Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with carfare:

2 syllables:
are air,
are bare,
are fair,
are rare,
are square,
are their,
are there,
are where,
arm chair,
awn hair,
barn where,
bar where,
blonde hair,
blond hair,
bobbed hair,
bomb scare,
bon air,
bought their,
box where,
car share,
caught their,
caused their,
cause their,
con air,
cost share,
croc tear,
cropped hair,
crotch hair,
dark hair,
dock where,
donned their,
dont care,
dropped their,
drop bear,
drop their,
farms where,
farm where,
far there,
frog hair,
god there,
got their,
got there,
guard their,
hans kehr,
hard pear,
hard stare,
hot chair,
hot spare,
hot tear,
job there,
job where,
john blair,
john clare,
john eyre,
john guare,
large share,
large square,
la gare,
la guerre,
la mare,
la mer,
lock air,
lodged there,
lodge where,
march hare,
mark their,
mont clare,
mop fair,
not bear,
not care,
not dare,
not err,
not fair,
not fare,
not rare,
not scare,
not share,
not spare,
not square,
not swear,
not tear,
not their,
not there,
not wear,
not where,
on air,
on bare,
on fair,
on prayer,
on rare,
on their,
on there,
on where,
parked there,
park square,
park where,
parts where,
part where,
pond where,
shops where,
shop where,
soft hair,
soft ware,
solve their,
spots where,
spot where,
srok khmer,
start their,
stopped their,
stopped there,
stop their,
stop there,
top pair,
want their,
washed their,
wash their,
was bare,
was fair,
was rare,
was their,
was there,
was where,
watched their,
watch their,
yards square,
yard where

3 syllables:
adopt their,
beyond fair,
beyond their,
discard their,
discharge their,
dissolved air,
enlarge their,
forgot their,
forgot where,
garage where,
regards their,
regard their,
resolve their,
upon their

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