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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with omar:

2 syllables:
boats are,
bolts are,
bones are,
bone are,
bone char,
both are,
clones are,
clothes are,
coals are,
coast are,
codes are,
code are,
cones are,
cote dlvoire,
co star,
crows are,
crow bar,
domes are,
dome car,
flows are,
flow are,
foams are,
folds are,
folks are,
folk are,
ghost car,
goals are,
goats are,
goes far,
gold bar,
gold star,
go cfar,
growths are,
growth are,
holes are,
homes are,
home are,
hopes are,
hosts are,
known are,
know are,
loads are,
loans are,
lobes are,
lode star,
lone star,
los r,
modes are,
mode are,
molds are,
most are,
most far,
moulds are,
nodes are,
notes are,
note are,
no bar,
no car,
olds are,
old are,
old car,
own are,
own car,
o qar,
o star,
phones are,
poles are,
pole star,
posts are,
post star,
probes are,
quotes are,
roads are,
road are,
road car,
road star,
roles are,
role are,
rolls are,
roll bar,
rows are,
row are,
scroll bar,
shown are,
shows are,
show car,
slopes are,
soaps are,
soap bar,
soap star,
souls are,
soul are,
so are,
stones are,
stone jar,
stoves are,
strokes are,
those are,
those far,
though far,
toes are,
toll bar,
tones are,
tow bar,
tow car,
votes are,
whole are,
zones are,
zone are


3 syllables:
ago are,
alone are,
approach are,
below are,
below par,
controls are,
control are,
dipoles are,
ngos are,
unknowns are,
uno r



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