Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ardor:

2 syllables:
caused her,
guard heard,
scarred earth,
cost her,
dropped her,
lost her,
stopped her,
tossed her,
want her,
washed her,
watched her,
bonne heure,
lop nur,
once her,
got her,
heart heard,
not her,
shot her,
star turn,
bar girl,
both her,
calm her,
cause her,
clark heard,
far worse,
from her,
lahr bert,
large earth,
scarce heard,
square church,
square curve,
square perch,
square search,
stop her,
watch her,
whom her,
bayard veiller,
guards heard,
hard earned,
hard fern,
hard work,
yard bird,
and her,
auf der,
aus der,
called her,
dragged her,
force her,
forth her,
found her,
four per,
grabbed her,
hour per,
more per,
nach der,
or per,
round her,
cost per,
dog turd,
giant earth,
wants her,
block nerve,
block search,
both work,
cause birth,
cause nerve,
cause worse,
cause worth,
clock work,
drop serve,
drops serve,
france heard,
from birth,
from church,
from third,
from work,
got worse,
hot work,
job search,
job work,
john burke,
log perch,
not burn,
not learn

3 syllables:
beyond her,
compare verse,
followed her,
nodded her,
started her,
support her,
around her,
onto her,
causing her,
dollar per,
loses her,
madame berthe,
madame couture

4 syllables:
malabar church,
regarded her,
regarding her

Some other possibilities:

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