Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with st bernard:

2 syllables:
per yard,
work hard,
burn card,
her hard,
furor caused,
stern heart,
burke argued,
church argued,
her god,
third guard,
worked hard,
works hard,
turn are,
burn and,
her lord,
learn and,
per lord,
stern and,
turn and,
turn hand,
word hoard,
worn and,
earth art,
her part,
term bond,
third heart,
birth caused,
church caused,
curve caused,
earth caused,
her charge,
her dark,
her large,
nerve caused,
per farm,
surge caused,
turn ons,
younger larvae,
been hard,
down hard,
gone hard,
in hard,
stern board,
turn had,
her art,
her heart,
her not,
learn not,
birch rod,
burn mark,
burns caused,
church are,
church yards,
earth are,
earth god,
her arm,
her car,
per quod

3 syllables:
off her guard,
fire guard,
offered armed,
our guard,
return caused,
tower guard,
offer armed,
return cards,
turner argued,
return and,
perverse heart,
reverse heart,
flower bond,
layer caused,
offer large,
power caused,
power lodged,
reverse arp,
sour bond,
working hard,
better guard,
burgher guard,
burly guard,
clearly argued,
color guard,
concerns caused,
donor card,
experts argued,
fewer cards,
furnace and,
further argued,
hired armed,
honor guard,
inner guard,
letter card,
lower yards,
murphy argued,
our god,
outer guard,
prayer cards

4 syllables:
another guard,
employers argued

Some other possibilities:

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