Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with khaddar:

3 syllables:
had our,
that occur,
black copper,
shall honor,
shall occur,
and honor,
grand honneur,
had occurred,
mad doctor,
sand dollar,
sand hopper,
at our,
squat tower,
that our,
what our,
back our,
than our,
and our,
broad hearth,
clod hopper,
had power,
mad hatter,
glass stopper,
glatt kosher,
plant hopper,
that arthur,
that father,
that occurred,
that occurs,
tract occur,
what occurred,
what occurs,
ann arbor,
ashe arthur,
black armor,
black father,
black scholar,
brass copper,
brass knocker,
clash occurred,
clash occurs,
class father,
class honors,
crack occurred,
crack occurs,
cracks occur,
crash occurred,
crash occurs,
flash occurs,
glass shard,
match occurred,
match occurs,
palace church,
plaques occur,
range occur,
sag harbor,
scrap copper,
and copper,
and father,
bands occur,
black doctor,
draft dodger,
frank donner,
gland occurs,
glands occur,
god our,
graft donor,
grand father,
grand harbor,
laugh harder,
laughed harder,
manned bomber,
matched dollar,
matched donor,
quack doctor,
sand darter,
sand dollars,
sands occur,
staff doctor,
stands occur

4 syllables:
attack occur,
expand our,
contact occur,
latter occur,
matter occur,
attack bomber,
attack occurred,
attack occurs,
attacks occur,
collapse occur,
japan occurred,
nature occur,
value occur,
bladder occurs,
exact dollar,
salad dodger,
shallow donor

5 syllables:
mcmoran copper,
really occur

Some other possibilities:

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