Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cookware:

2 syllables:
brook where,
book fair,
floor where,
stood where,
books where,
looked where,
looks where,
nooks where,
took care,
foot care,
full fare,
full share,
good care,
push chair,
book were,
brick where,
check where,
click where,
stick where,
struck where,
stuck where,
thick where,
trick where,
truck where,
zurich where,
books share,
good hair,
goods where,
hooked hairs,
look well,
moors where,
poor clare,
pure air,
tours where,
woods where,
books wherein,
being where,
bliss where,
blood where,
bluff where,
bread where,
bridge where,
brook there,
brush where,
can wear,
chair where,
click share,
cliff where,
climb where,
death where,
ditch where,
drill where,
dwell where,
flesh where,
flourish where,
grill where,
guess where,
heath where,
hedge where,
here where,
hill where,
him where,
is where,
it where,
judge where,
knoll where,
kraal where,
ledge where

3 syllables:
contour where,
contour chair,
bureau where,
contours where,
cookie bear,
secured where,
bookcase where,
looking where,
access where,
added where,
admit where,
advice where,
ahead where,
appear where,
arise where,
asking where,
assess where,
asset where,
aware where,
become where,
begun where,
berlin where,
career where,
ended where,
excel where,
excess where,
express where,
hotel where

4 syllables:
accurate where

5 syllables:
ionosphere where

Some other possibilities:

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