Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with prowl car:

2 syllables:
clouds are,
found are,
ground are,
hours are,
nouns are,
towns are,
cows are,
four are,
house are,
house square,
out are,
scout cars,
south are,
town are,
your card,
know are,
show card,
balls are,
bank are,
calls are,
fall far,
stall bar,
star carr,
walls are,
house guard,
mouth guard,
your guard,
bought large,
brought large,
brought sharp,
couche tard,
counts are,
doubt cause,
doubt large,
found art,
four large,
four part,
four star,
grounds are,
grown large,
grown larvae,
haute marne,
house large,
house march,
house mark,
lounge bar,
mount ophir,
mouth large,
own cause,
own part,
round arch,
round arm,
sound harsh,
sound heart,
sounds are,
south choir,
south wharf,
throughout large,
throughout march,
trout farm,
wounds are,
your cause,
your part,
all are,
milk are,
shall carve,
stock are,
wall are,
brought honour,
brown heart,
brown ochre,
brown square,
doubt argue,
down hard,
down quark

3 syllables:
account are,
pronouns are,
about are,
enough large,
females are,
madame carre,
salon carre,
off your guard,
on your guard,
about cause,
about large,
about march,
accounts are,
amounts are,
compounds are,
county are,
enough stars,
enough start,
houses are,
outer bar,
routes are,
alike are,
about art,
about heart,
devout heart

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