Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bar girl:

2 syllables:
both girls,
charles earle,
large pearl,
square world,
harvey girls,
march girls,
smart girls,
george earle,
morse earle,
clark heard,
square curve,
block world,
bombed pearl,
cause world,
far worse,
from world,
guard heard,
heart heard,
lahr bert,
large earth,
rocks hurled,
scarce heard,
scarred earth,
square church,
square perch,
square search,
star turn,
watch world,
for girls,
art world,
blond girls,
blonde girls,
bog earth,
caste girls,
harsh world,
heart girth,
large pearls,
large world,
smart world,
start world,
at pearl,
black pearl,
ralph earle,
south pearl,
walter earle

3 syllables:
larger whole,
prepare girls,
larger algae,
larger halls,
larger health,
larger holes,
larger ideal,
larger role,
larger shell,
larger wheel,
larger while,
larger wholes,
before pearl,
caster oil,
compare verse,
robert earle,
thomas earle,
arthur pearl,
arthur shall,
barber pole,
bizarre world,
bourgeois world,
carville earle,
charter shall,
farmer shall,
farmer while,
harbor seal,
harbor while,
harder while,
larger house,
larger in,
larger of,
larger one,
larger or,
parlor while,
sobre el,
attack pearl,
garcia girls,
larger balls,
larger bills,
larger cells,
larger child,
larger drill,
larger field,
larger files,
larger girls,
larger goals,
larger males,
larger meals,
larger mills,
larger pools

4 syllables:
malabar church,
another whole,
departure shall,
departure while

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