Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with discarded:

3 syllables:
being guarded,
chris started,
is started,
still guarded,
chris nodded,
being parted,
chris wanted,
flint hearted,
is wanted,
paris wanted,
there darted,
big hearted,
being started,
firing started,
his garden,
it started,
kick started,
lips parted,
paris garden,
prince started,
ships parted,
ships started,
singh started,
smith started,
there started,
thing started,
this garden,
were started,
which started,
bliss carman,
chris darden,
mitch nodded,
pierre nodded,
smith nodded,
being wanted,
bid wanted,
cousin wanted,
is condemned,
is hard on,
is modeled,
is solid,
it wanted,
paris condemned,
pierre wanted,
prince nodded,
quinn nodded,
quinn wanted,
singh wanted,
smith wanted,
still wanted,
there wanted,
thing wanted,
was guarded,
were wanted,
which wanted,
is counted,
press started,
his wounded,
is bounded,
is founded,
is rounded,
beer garden,
brick garden,
chris gosden,
chris martin,
christ wanted,
milk carton,
paris market,
pierre carlet,
prince wanted,
spring garden,
swiss market,
thick dotted,
this market

4 syllables:
resin bonded,
unless guarded,
career started,
lewis started,
felis pardus,
berlin wanted,
lewis nodded,
otis tarda,
until wanted,
alice started,
office started,
chicken hearted,
discard unused,
lewis wanted,
olive garden

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