Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with avascular:

3 syllables:
cause color,
dark color,
dog collar,
spot color,
square collar,
shock collar,
blond color,
bronze color,
bronze colour,
castes other,
cost cutter,
costs other,
dark fibre,
got closer,
hop clover,
hosts offer,
hosts other,
large color,
marked other,
marks other,
most major,
notched collar,
ochre color,
ochre colour,
parks offer,
shark sucker,
sharp color,
sharp colour,
block buffer,
blocks other,
caste culture,
clock buffer,
cock sucker,
dot commer,
flock thither,
from cover,
marked color,
marked colour,
most other,
not cover,
rock butter,
rock crusher,
rocks other,
square cover,
star conner,
stock buffer,
stocks offer,
brass collar,
glass color,
mouse colour,
cause greater,
block other,
box cutter,
caused major,
crops cover,
dark colored,
dark coloured,
dog collars,
far greater,
from culture,
lark colored,
moche culture,
not greater,
pop culture,
rocks cover,
sparse cover,
stock cover,
stock offer,
stock other,
arched upper,
bonds offer,
bonds other,
box gutter,
cards offer

4 syllables:
horace scudder,
enlarged hilar,
chosen color,
chosen colour,
darker color,
darker colour,
marker color,
moscow summer,
o'clock supper,
process color,
coffee color,
coffee colour,
copper collar,
copper color,
copper colour,
embrace other,
khaki color,
parti cular,
proper color,
proper colour,
salon culture,
smoky color,
vowel color,
alarm buzzer

5 syllables:
another color,
another colour

Some other possibilities:

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