Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bath chair:

2 syllables:
class share,
flat share,
shall share,
staff share,
that share,
and air,
and hair,
at fair,
at where,
back where,
basse terre,
black bear,
black maire,
black where,
cab fare,
cache where,
cat bear,
class where,
crack where,
glass where,
graph where,
grass where,
hatch where,
match where,
patch where,
scratch where,
shack where,
shall bear,
shall beare,
shall where,
stack where,
staff where,
than where,
that bear,
that care,
that fair,
that rare,
that where,
track where,
bad air,
baths where,
black hair,
branch where,
jack hare,
laugh where,
paths where,
ram air,
ranch where,
than air,
that air,
march hare,
mouth where,
shall cheer,
sloth bear,
south where,
what cheer,
and share,
blacks share,
brand share,
class shared,
class shares,
had shared,
range where,
staff shared,
ached where,
and bear,
and care,
and fair,
and where,
ant bear,
ask where,
back check,
bad check,
barred where,
black bears

3 syllables:
japan share,
acram terre,
assam where,
attack where,
combat where,
japan where,
rather share,
exact share,
gather where,
japan shared,
japan shares,
latter share,
rather rare,
rather where,
value share,
abbey where,
advance where,
alley where,
alloy where,
anger where,
attached where,
attacked where,
attacks where,
bamboo hair

4 syllables:
really share

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