Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with athar:

2 syllables:
class are,
plan are,
rack car,
staff are,
than are,
that are,
paths are,
bath or,
both are,
path or,
south are,
act are,
and are,
at arm,
at bar,
at far,
at heart,
at par,
bags are,
bank are,
black art,
black heart,
black tar,
blacks are,
cats are,
fact are,
fans are,
fats are,
flat arch,
flat car,
glass jar,
graham harvey,
graphs are,
had far,
hand are,
jack arch,
jack paar,
jack tar,
land are,
last are,
latte art,
maps are,
past are,
plans are,
plant are,
range are,
rats are,
sash bar,
shall argue,
shall honour,
staff car,
that art,
that car,
that far,
that hard,
that heart,
tracks are,
what art,
what harm,
add or,
all are,
at or,
back or,
bad or,
bag or,
black or,
brass or,
cash or,
cat or,
class or,
claw bar,
cows are,
draw bar,
far are,
fat or,
flat or,
for are,
four are,
glass or,
god are,
graph for

3 syllables:
japan are,
rather are,
attacks are,
classic car,
latter are,
manner are,
many are,
matter are,
nature are,
value are,
about are,
attack or

4 syllables:
really are

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