Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with car care:

2 syllables:
dark hair,
boudoir where,
choir where,
guard hair,
march hare,
marsh hare,
square where,
vouloir faire,
dark haired,
john guare,
block where,
blond hair,
blonde hair,
boulogne where,
cause where,
clock where,
from where,
garage where,
job share,
lodge where,
mop fair,
not bear,
not dare,
not fair,
not fare,
not rare,
not share,
not wear,
not where,
notch where,
shock where,
shop where,
sloth bear,
spot where,
stock share,
stock where,
swamp hare,
terrace where,
watch where,
yacht chair,
awn hair,
bomb scare,
calm air,
charge where,
chart where,
crotch hair,
farm where,
from air,
guard hairs,
guard where,
heart where,
honour where,
hot air,
john clare,
large chair,
large share,
march hares,
march where,
marsh where,
mosque where,
not err,
part where,
scars where,
sparse hairs,
squares where,
stars where,
start where,
wharf where,
harvey klehr,
marked where,
marks where,
parked where,
parks where,
quark pairs,
choir there,
far there,
for fair,
for wear,
for where

3 syllables:
bazaar where,
bihar where,
compare where,
declare where,
savoir faire,
bedrock where,
canaan where,
depot where,
passage where,
salon where,
apart where,
army air,
compare pairs,
madame claire,
marrow where,
shipyard where,
marker where,
before where,
bihar there,
declare there,
explore where

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