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

3 syllables:
colors are,
colour bars,
brothers are,
lovers are,
mothers are,
others are,
colour charge,
colour chart,
cultures are,
mother are,
other are,
culture are,
greater part,
major part,
other part,
under par,
upper part,
bumper car,
butter tart,
clusters are,
colour wash,
cover both,
cover charge,
cover large,
greater charge,
greater charm,
major charge,
mature larvae,
numbers are,
other cars,
other charge,
other farm,
other large,
others argue,
structures are,
stubborn heart,
suffer large,
suffer sharp,
suffered harsh,
suffered heart,
upper chart,
upper choir,
upper large,
upper marsh,
colour or,
brother harvey,
colour box,
colour charts,
cultured heart,
greater heart,
greater honour,
gunther barth,
major arc,
major heart,
mature heart,
mother heart,
number are,
other arm,
other art,
structure are,
suffer heart,
suppliers are,
upper arm,
brother for,
brothers or,
commerce or,
cover for,
cover more,
cover your,
errors are,
feathers are,
greater for,
letters are,
major war,
measures are,
mother for,
never far,
other for,
other four,
other more,
other shore,
other war,
others or,
pleasures are,
rivers are,
suffer for,
suffer more,
summer for,
summer sore

4 syllables:
officers are,
conductors are,
recover large,
upper loire,
officer barked,
uncle bernard,
considered are,
officer for,
officers or,
professors are,
recover for

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