Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with avant-garde:

2 syllables:
dropped guard,
honour guard,
smart card,
drops guard,
scots guard,
mount guard,
plant guard,
drop guard,
john bard,
france caused,
heart caused,
not god,
not hard,
grand guard,
heart lodged,
not caused,
notched cards,
smart cards,
clock tolled,
giant shark,
not fond,
scots guards,
front guard,
mounts guard,
plant guards,
point guard,
bombs caused,
comte argued,
from god,
from hard,
giant heart,
rock hard,
whom god,
both god,
charge caused,
crops caused,
drops caused,
france argued,
hot rod,
not charged,
rocks caused,
scars caused,
shocks caused,
sound card,
spots caused,
wants are,
chand bardai,
dance card,
draft card,
flank guard,
giant called,
plant caused,
short card,
sword guard,
bronze sword,
dart board,
giants and,
horse guard,
smart board,
sogne fjord,
wants and

3 syllables:
spanish guard,
madame girard,
response caused,
the avant garde,
advance guard,
response cards,
closely guard,
control had,
dropping guard,
naval guard,
papal guard,
police guard,
scottish guard,
advanced guard,
assault guard,
donor card,
second guard,
alarm caused,
control rod,
convoy guards,
only god,
proper guard,
spanish guards,
starting guard,
contact card

4 syllables:
avante garde,
another guard

Some other possibilities:

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