Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tramcar:

3 syllables:
brass copper,
glatt kosher,
scrap copper,
black copper,
graham bower,
and honor,
grand honneur,
plant hopper,
range occur,
sand dollar,
sand hopper,
black father,
black scholar,
brass knocker,
class father,
cracks occur,
glass shard,
glass stopper,
plaques occur,
that father,
tract occur,
back our,
and copper,
bank robber,
frank arthur,
frank carter,
frank donner,
frank harper,
frank popper,
glance copper,
thank arthur,
thank father,
thank roger,
camp robber,
chamois shirt,
cramps occur,
graham parker,
graham pollard,
ralph connor,
shall conquer,
shall honor,
shall occur,
tasks occur,
that occur,
and our,
although her,
black power,
black tower,
class power,
draft tower,
flash power,
glass tower,
grasp power,
had power,
packed tower,
that power,
what power,
black armor,
crack occurred,
crack occurs

4 syllables:
attack occur,
attack bomber,
attacks occur,
collapse occur,
contact occur,
ashok kapur,
assam proper,
combat contre,
damage occur,
extract copper,
sarah connor,
stator copper,
enhance our,
expand our,
amass power,
attack power,
combat power,
detached tower,
attack occurred,
attack occurs,
hammered copper,
magma copper,
plasma copper

5 syllables:
mcmoran copper,
montana copper,
abraham barker

Some other possibilities:

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