Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with apgar:

2 syllables:
clapped her,
slapped her,
wrapped her,
ask her,
grabbed her,
thank her,
and her,
cast her,
dragged her,
jacques cceur,
nach der,
passed her,
past her,
shall neuer,
takes her,
back her,
at her,
bat girl,
cap vert,
catch her,
clasped her,
grasped her,
had her,
kap verde,
strap fern,
strap work,
than her,
that girl,
that her,
what her,
dropped her,
lop nur,
stopped her,
asked her,
asks her,
bragg curve,
catch curve,
frank heard,
grass skirt,
lratc curve,
planck curve,
shall curse,
thanked her,
and earth,
and heard,
ann surg,
at birth,
at church,
at pearl,
at work,
black birch,
black bird,
black chert,
black church,
black nurse,
black pearl,
black perch,
black purse,
black shirt,
black tern,
branch church,
catch word,
clam worm,
class church,
class learn,
class work,
cracked earth,
fan fern,
fan worm,
flash burn,
flat worm,
gatch work,
glass church,
graham flour,
gram flour,
grams per,
grant heard,
graph search,
grass bird,
grass fern,
grass verge,
had worn,
langue turque,
last term,
match search,
packed earth,
pass word

3 syllables:
a$ap ferg,
after her,
allowed her,
allows her,
also her,
although her,
answer her,
attack pearl,
calling her,
carried her,
combat search,
gathered her,
having her

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