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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with altair:

2 syllables:
all share,
hall where,
short hair,
small chair,
small share,
stall where,
wall where,
broad where,
caught where,
clause where,
cross where,
drawn where,
fault where,
for care,
for fair,
for wear,
for where,
fought where,
fraud where,
gauge where,
lawn care,
more care,
or care,
or fair,
or share,
or where,
pause where,
porch chair,
score where,
shore where,
sought where,
store where,
strong where,
taught where,
thought where,
troughs where,
vault where,
warm air,
wrong where,
called where,
balls where,
broad stair,
calls where,
court erred,
court where,
crossed where,
falls where,
for air,
forced air,
half fare,
halls where,
haunt where,
long hair,
more air,
more rare,
or air,
or hair,
short haired,
short hairs,
short where,
small wares,
sport where,
stalls where,
straw chair,
straw where,
though where,
trough where,
walked where,
walls where,
faults where,
small hairs,
vaults where,
called here,
small deer


3 syllables:
recall where,
along where,
assault where,
because where,
before where,
belong where,
default share,
default where,
explore where,
lahore where,
recalled where,
export share,
paulo where,
report herein,
report where,
resort where,
smaller chair,
smaller share,
smaller where,
support where,
transport where,
wallace sayre,
water hare


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