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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with astar:

2 syllables:
last are,
past are,
act are,
black tar,
fact are,
glass jar,
jack tar,
plant are,
black star,
class are,
mass start,
that are,
track star,
what are,
and are,
hand are,
land are,
at bar,
at far,
at par,
bags are,
bank are,
blacks are,
cash bar,
cats are,
fans are,
fats are,
flat car,
graphs are,
had far,
jack paar,
maps are,
paths are,
plans are,
range are,
rats are,
sash bar,
snack bar,
squad car,
staff car,
tank car,
that car,
that far,
tracks are,
fast or,
glass store,
last hour,
most are,
past or,
acts are,
bass bar,
brass choir,
class chart,
class mark,
class stock,
facts are,
glass square,
grab bar,
grants are,
grass carp,
grass marsh,
mass. march,
mass card,
pass mark,
plan are,
plant odour,
plants are,
rack car,
staff are,
task bar,
tasks are,
than are,
asked harvey,
at arm,
at heart,
black stars,
class starts,
cracks start,
flat arch,
grass starts,
last part,
latte art


3 syllables:
forecasts are,
attacks are,
abstract art,
amass large,
chapter are,
classes are,
compass card,
contact arm,
contacts are,
extracts are,
glasses are,
japan are,
masses are,
advanced heart,
amassed large,
faster heart,
hasty heart


5 syllables:
capacity are


Some other possibilities:

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