Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with blue air:

2 syllables:
due care,
knew where,
new pair,
queue where,
root hair,
voulu faire,
you bear,
you care,
you dare,
you share,
you wear,
you where,
glue ear,
you hear,
you here,
new eng,
new head,
screw head,
true heath,
bloom where,
booth where,
choose share,
choose where,
chute where,
coon bear,
fruit where,
gloom where,
groove where,
group share,
group where,
loose hairs,
loose where,
new shares,
proof where,
prove where,
room where,
root hairs,
school where,
shoes where,
shoot where,
smooth haired,
smooth where,
stool where,
tooth wear,
tooth where,
truth therein,
truth where,
views herein,
views share,
views where,
a bare,
a bear,
a chair,
a fair,
a hair,
a pair,
a rare,
a share,
are fair,
are rare,
are where,
armed chair,
as fair,
as rare,
as where,
assay where,
au pair,
booth there,
crew were,
cute hoor,
drew near,
en clair

3 syllables:
review where,
undue share,
abu bekr,
abuse where,
acute care,
acute where,
assume where,
bedroom chair,
bedroom where,
cartoon where,
commune where,
compute where,
deduce where,
jewish share,
lagoon where,
produce heirs,
produce where,
pursued where,
refuge where,
resume where,
reviewed herein,
reviews where,
saloon where,
sewer where,
as you were

4 syllables:
absolute share,
longitude where,
molecule where

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