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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with wine bar:

2 syllables:
kind are,
lines are,
mind are,
mines are,
pine tar,
signs are,
wines are,
line are,
mine are,
nine bark,
beings are,
crimes are,
times are,
child are,
drives are,
files are,
guides are,
hire car,
lights are,
nights are,
pipes are,
rights are,
rites are,
side car,
sides are,
sites are,
styles are,
tribes are,
types are,
whites are,
wives are,
time are,
type are,
blind heart,
eyes are,
five are,
flies are,
life are,
light are,
like are,
line chart,
mice are,
minds are,
right are,
side are,
site are,
size are,
style are,
ties are,
wife are,
wind harp,
line art,
thine heart,
thine honour,
blind door,
blind or,
brains are,
chains are,
change are,
find or,
fine for,
gains are,
grains are,
kind or,
line for,
lines or,
mind or,
mine for,
pains are,
pine for,
plains are,
planes are,
signs or,
strains are,
trains are,
wind or,
hyde park,
time bomb


3 syllables:
designs are,
design are,
described are,
combine large,
combined heart,
define large,
design chart,
design large,
emile bayard,
science are,
supplies are,
divine heart,
divine honour,
defined or,
design for,
domains are,
exchange are,
obtained are,
remains are,
flying mare


4 syllables:
families are


Some other possibilities:

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