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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with koala bear:

3 syllables:
to repair,
grows aware,
mocha ware,
open air,
quota share,
scotia where,
the open air,
golden hair,
to a hair,
whole appear,
prone repair,
bosom where,
broken chair,
broken hairs,
broken where,
doses where,
focus where,
frozen where,
global share,
go somewhere,
hovel where,
local share,
locus where,
motion where,
noted herein,
noted where,
notice where,
notion where,
ocean where,
quota shares,
quoted herein,
quoted where,
roman chair,
roses where,
social care,
stomach where,
total share,
to lay bare,
could repair,
should repair,
would repair,
golden chair,
golden haired,
golden hairs,
golden share,
lowland where,
poland where,
voltage where,
does appear,
flows appear,
growth appear,
stone appear,
focus here,
moshe shamir,
noted here,
puedo decir,
quoted here,
scotia there,
golden bears,
should beware,
to repel

4 syllables:
angola where,
arizona where,
dakota where,
mucosa where,
slowly aware,
thorough repair,
approaches share,
approaches where,
denoted where,
erosion where,
growing aware,
promotion where,
proposal where,
ecole primaire,
above appear,
alone appear,
approach appear,
arizona there,
dakota there

5 syllables:
utopia where,
thoroughly aware

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