Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with apgar:

6 letters:
at her

7 letters:
ask her,
and her,
had her,
lop nur,
at work

8 letters:
cast her,
nach der,
past her,
back her,
bat girl,
cap vert,
than her,
that her,
what her,
asks her,
ann surg,
at birth,
at pearl,
fan fern,
fan worm,
had worn,
also her

9 letters:
thank her,
takes her,
catch her,
kap verde,
that girl,
asked her,
and earth,
and heard,
at church,
clam worm,
flat worm,
grams per,
last term,
pass word,
a$ap ferg,
after her

10 letters:
passed her,
strap fern,
strap work,
black bird,
black tern,
catch word,
class work,
flash burn,
gatch work,
gram flour,
grass bird,
grass fern,
allows her,
answer her,
having her

11 letters:
clapped her,
slapped her,
wrapped her,
grabbed her,
dragged her,
shall neuer,
clasped her,
grasped her,
dropped her,
stopped her,
bragg curve,
catch curve,
frank heard,
grass skirt,
lratc curve,
shall curse,
thanked her,
black birch,
black chert,
black nurse,
black pearl,
black perch,
black purse,
black shirt,
class learn,
grant heard,
grass verge,
allowed her,
calling her,
carried her

12 letters:
planck curve,
black church,
class church,
glass church,
graham flour,
graph search,
match search,
packed earth,
although her,
attack pearl,
gathered her

13 letters:
jacques cceur,
branch church,
cracked earth,
langue turque,
combat search

Some other possibilities:

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