Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cross hair:

2 syllables:
for air,
half fare,
more air,
more rare,
or air,
straw chair,
straw where,
though where,
trough where,
mouse hare,
clause where,
pause where,
troughs where,
all share,
broad where,
caught where,
drawn where,
fault where,
for care,
for fair,
for wear,
for where,
fought where,
fraud where,
gauge where,
hall where,
lawn care,
lawn chair,
long haired,
more care,
or care,
or fair,
or share,
or where,
porch chair,
saw set,
score where,
shore where,
small chair,
small hairs,
small share,
sought where,
stall where,
store where,
straw chairs,
strong where,
taught where,
though theirs,
thought where,
vault where,
wall where,
warm air,
wrong where,
broad stair,
coarse haired,
coarse hairs,
corps where,
course share,
course where,
crossed where,
force share,
force where,
forced air,
gone spare,
horse hairs,
horse where,
source where,
talks where,
thoughts where,
walks where,
all here,
bad air,
brown hare,
calm air,
draw gear,
draw near,
for here,
from air,
hot air

3 syllables:
because where,
along where,
among heirs,
assault where,
before where,
belong where,
default share,
default where,
explore where,
flow of air,
lahore where,
recall where,
water hare,
divorce where,
glossy haired,
kiosk where,
wallace sayre,
because here,
belong here,
enough share,
enough where

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