Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with locular:

3 syllables:
shock collar,
dog collar,
block buffer,
blocks other,
cause color,
clock buffer,
cock sucker,
dark color,
flock thither,
rock butter,
rock crusher,
rocks other,
spot color,
square collar,
stock buffer,
stocks offer,
block other,
ochre color,
ochre colour,
stock cover,
stock offer,
stock other,
bog butter,
cockle bur,
cockle burr,
hog sucker,
stock culture,
both major,
both mother,
cause major,
caused other,
charge other,
crops other,
crops suffer,
dot commer,
drop rudder,
drop shutter,
france other,
from cover,
homme libre,
hot summer,
john major,
large upper,
modes other,
month other,
most other,
not cover,
not deter,
not suffer,
ofthe other,
onthe other,
robbed other,
shalt offer,
sharp upper,
shops offer,
shot putter,
solve other,
square cover,
star conner,
stars other,
start other,
started her,
stopped other,
wanted her,
watched other,
dog collars,
block buffers,
block buster,
block number,
blocked under,
blocks under,
blond color,
box cutter,
box gutter,
bronze color,
bronze colour,
cause other,
cause upper,
clock number

4 syllables:
o'clock supper,
khaki color,
smoky color,
bourgeois culture,
adopt other,
alois brunner,
females other,
horace scudder,
madame pfeiffer,
passage thither,
prepare supper,
regard other,
regarded her,
resolve other,
response other,
blocking other,
canada offer,
canada other,
coffee color

5 syllables:
another color,
another colour

Some other possibilities:

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