Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chromatograph:

2 syllables:
bar graph,
block graph,
dog grass,
prof. ralph,
bar graphs,
block graft,
cause graft,
harvey graff,
bogged off,
bogs off,
dogs of,
honour of,
logged off,
logs of,
odour of,
block staff,
flock ram,
rock crab,
rock shaft,
rock staff,
stock crash,
bomb rack,
both laughed,
dog tag,
dog that,
frog pad,
from rat,
prop shaft,
scott laughed,
square shaft,
bar of,
bog off,
car of,
choir of,
class graph,
dog of,
far off,
fog of,
graph graph,
jar of,
log of,
log off,
square of,
square off,
star of,
bar at,
car at,
car had,
dog at,
dog had,
far at,
far had,
knot grass,
lodge grass,
square at,
star grass,
black chaff,
blocks of,
box of,
box off,
flocks of,
knocked off,
knocks off,
locks of,
rocks of,
shocks of,
socks off,
stocks of,
arc of,
arch of,
ark of,
arm of,
art of,
bark of,
bars of,
bond of,
card of,
cars of,
cart off,
caste of,
charge of,
charge off,
charm of,
chart of,
chopped off,
chops off,
class staff,
cons of,
copped off

3 syllables:
response graph,
madame murat,
prepare staff,
default graph,
father ralph,
prepare draft,
roger laughed,
alarm of,
apart of,
bulwark of

4 syllables:
semilog graph

Some other possibilities:

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