Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tabular:

3 syllables:
black collar,
black color,
black colour,
at other,
at upper,
back cover,
black cover,
black other,
black upper,
cash offer,
catch other,
class other,
class upper,
had other,
match other,
patted her,
shall offer,
shall utter,
staff offer,
staff other,
than other,
that offer,
that other,
track other,
what other,
black butter,
black colors,
black culture,
brass collar,
cache buffer,
fragile earth,
glass color,
match color,
matte color,
rachel heard,
stack buffer,
that color,
what color,
yak butter,
stab culture,
job offer,
shock collar,
straw color,
straw colour,
grasp other,
sap sucker,
scrap rubber,
strap under,
and offer,
and other,
and upper,
at a word,
at dover,
at major,
at mother,
at others,
at supper,
back under,
baron hirsch,
barren earth,
black hunter,
black mother,
black rubber,
black under,
blacks suffer,
blank cover

4 syllables:
attach other,
attack other,
combat other,
harass other,
japan other,
myriad other,
surpass other,
channel layer,
combat alert,
babel tower,
cacao butter,
enough buffer,
enough butter,
enough color,
adapt other,
abandon her,
advance other,
allow other,
assam rubber,
assam under,
attach under,
attack others,
attack under,
attacked other,
attacks other,
attract other,
backup power,
balla hissar,
behalf under

5 syllables:
enamel layer,
abraham miller,
zodiac killer,
abraham offered,
abraham tucker

Some other possibilities:

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