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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with north star:

2 syllables:
sports bar,
sports car,
corn starch,
courts are,
dwarf stars,
fourth square,
george stark,
horse car,
ports are,
sport stars,
sports are,
sports stars,
stored starch,
warm start,
course are,
course start,
court are,
force are,
or start,
sort are,
store starch,
horse square,
or square,
sports store,
boards are,
forms are,
horns are,
norms are,
board stock,
calls start,
corp. stock,
court square,
faults are,
fourth quark,
george smart,
george square,
port bar,
salts are,
short square,
short stock,
short stop,
sport car,
sports cars,
stores stock,
walls start,
york stock,
or store,
store store,
board are,
doors are,
ores are,
scores are,
spores are,
stores are,
wars are,
all stars,
course large,
cross bar,
door stop,
false start,
for far,
for stock,
force large,
force march,
form are,
formed stars,
forth large,
forth sparks,
fourth charge,
fourth large,
fourth part,
george steuart,
horse barn,
horse cart,
horse guard,
horse stock,
more far,
or far,
or stock,
or stop


3 syllables:
exports are,
reports are,
before start,
report are,
support are,
deformed bar,
record store,
records are,
reforms are,
exports large,
supports large,
among stars,
courses are,
default start,
forces are,
foreign stars,
horses are,
maurice jarre,
order stark,
record starts


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