Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sclera:

2 syllables:
et ah,
et ux,
air as,
air has,
air on,
bare ass,
bear an,
bear hug,
bear on,
bear up,
care as,
care has,
care on,
chair as,
chair on,
err on,
fair as,
flare up,
glare ice,
hair as,
hair on,
pair up,
para el,
rare as,
scare up,
share an,
share as,
wear on,
where am,
where an,
where as,
where has,
where on,
rah rah,
sir a.,
sir hugh,
ta ra,
bet on,
beth el,
bless us,
breath as,
breath on,
cell as,
cell has,
cell lung,
check on,
check up,
dead as,
dead duck,
dead on,
death as,
death has,
death on,
debt as,
debt has,
debt on,
deck up,
delle acque,
dredge up,
dressed as,
dressed up,
dwell on,
ecf a,
edge on,
edge up,
egg on,
et al,
et en,
et l',
et la,
et le,
et sa,
et un,
et une,
fell as,
fell on,
fess up,
fetch up,
fresh as,
head as,
head has,
head on,
head up,
heath hen,
heave up,
hell on,
het up,
lead an,
lead as,
lead on

3 syllables:
mary a.,
serie a,
addressed as,
ahead as,
ahead on,
as well as,
compel us,
express an,
hotel has,
hotel on

Some other possibilities:

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