Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with syrah:

2 syllables:
per ha,
big a,
did a

3 syllables:
ir a,
clear as,
clear ice,
clear on,
clear up,
clear but,
clear cut,
clear urban,
clear when,
clear young,
differ as,
differ on,
dimer assay,
dinner on,
finger on,
fischer assay,
ginger up,
limber up,
linger on,
liquor up,
mirror on,
richard a.,
river as,
river has,
river on,
still arise,
there arise,
which arise,
will arise,
letter a,
the letter a,
al hillah,
an ira,
being herded,
big bertha,
bigger urban,
bitter humour,
bitter tongue,
bitter young,
chick neural,
cigar butt,
clear blood,
clear brush,
clear cuts,
clear depth,
clear lungs,
clear stuff,
click current,
cousin bertha,
differ much,
dinner was,
fears arise,
figure as,
figure has,
figure on,
figure up,
filter assay,
finger fuck,
finger nut,
ginger nut,
gingers up,
his circle

4 syllables:
consider an,
consider as,
deliver an,
deliver on,
deliver up,
deliver us,
professor a.,
bitter pea,
clear edges,
clear hazel,
clear headed,
clear heaven,
clear image,
clear juice,
clear ocean,
clear serous,
clearing up,
conflict arise,
consider some,
consider such,
consider urban,
consider when,
consider young,
considered an,
considered as,
considered on,
delivered an,
delivered as,
delivered on,
delivered up,
embittered young,
familiar as,
felis serval,
gier eagle

6 syllables:
concanavalin a

Some other possibilities:

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