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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with a la carte:

2 syllables:
blood heart,
young heart,
youthful heart,
dung cart,
junk art,
tub cart,
comme ayant,
chick heart,
quick heart,
break ones heart,
but part,
béla bartók,
can cost,
can not,
chief part,
crushed heart,
dutch charts,
get hot,
has cost,
has the heart,
jam tart,
love dart,
man not,
men not,
much part,
run chart,
some hot,
some part,
such part,
sunk cost,
then not,
truck costs,
was hot,
was part,
when not,
young comte,
young hearts,
youthful hearts,
douglas scott,
dove cot,
duck shot,
dust cart,
truck parked,
truck parts,
truck start,
bret harte,
clip art,
dead heart,
duck ant,
fresh heart,
good heart,
his art,
his heart,
in art,
in heart,
is art,
near heart,
poor heart,
pure heart


3 syllables:
extra cost,
extra heart,
tea cart,
adult heart,
become marked,
become part,
below heart,
bloody heart,
cruel heart,
crux of heart,
excel chart,
extra costs,
extra partes,
extra parts,
greater heart,
joyous heart,
lion heart,
loyal heart,
major heart,
mature heart,
mother heart,
objet dart,
office chart,
other art,
pariah caste,
quiet heart,
royal heart,
sea chart,
suffer heart,
alice scott,
bullock cart,
bullock heart,
fucking heart,
opaque parts,
aching heart,
assess heart,
extra guard,
extra short


4 syllables:
envious heart,
unquiet heart


Some other possibilities:

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