Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ecarte:

2 syllables:
bret harte,
dead heart,
fresh heart,
cette carte,
check chart,
delle carte,
chair rocked,
them most,
web host,
chick heart,
la carte,
quick heart,
г la carte,
� la carte,
check card,
french heart,
left heart,
net cost,
press start,
pressure heart,
wretched heart,
bell cot,
check marked,
ex parte,
blood heart,
check cashed,
clip art,
good heart,
his art,
his heart,
in art,
in heart,
is art,
near heart,
poor heart,
pure heart,
this art,
this heart,
which art,
with art,
with heart,
young heart,
youthful heart,
bell arch,
bread topped,
breath knocked,
claire watched,
dead arm,
death shocked,
fresh chopped,
shell large,
shell shocked,
sweat popped,
where giant,
where most,
yet most,
black heart

3 syllables:
assess heart,
affect heart,
complex heart,
detect heart,
perfect heart,
any art,
better heart,
depressed heart,
gary hart,
heavy heart,
measure heart,
merry heart,
narrow heart,
oppressed heart,
prevent heart,
progress chart,
progressed chart,
recent heart,
steady heart,
their art,
their heart,
weary heart,
yellow heart,
affects heart,
effect chart,
select chart,
aching heart,
extra cost,
virgin heart,
access arm,
method at,
method ought,
progress stopped,
their host

4 syllables:
primary heart,
athletic heart,
unselfish heart,
primary host

Some other possibilities:

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