Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with carfare:

7 letters:
or fair,
not err,
at fair

8 letters:
mop fair,
not fair,
not fare,
not bear,
not care,
not dare,
not rare,
not wear,
for fair,
awn hair,
from air,
for care,
for wear,
army air

9 letters:
dark hair,
job share,
not share,
not where,
mop fairs,
far there,
for where,
from fear

10 letters:
march hare,
blond hair,
from where,
john guare,
shop where,
spot where,
farm where,
part where

11 letters:
choir where,
wharf where,
block where,
blonde hair,
cause where,
clock where,
lodge where,
notch where,
shock where,
stock share,
stock where,
watch where,
cause flare,
chart where,
crotch hair,
dark haired,
guard hairs,
guard where,
heart where,
large chair,
large share,
march hares,
march where,
marsh where,
scars where,
stars where,
start where,
choir there,
bihar where,
depot where,
salon where,
apart where,
bihar there

12 letters:
square where,
garage where,
charge where,
honour where,
sparse hairs,
savoir faire,
bazaar where,
canaan where,
marrow where,
before where,
lahore where

13 letters:
vouloir faire,
boudoir where,
terrace where,
squares where,
compare where,
declare where,
bedrock where,
passage where,
compare pairs,
arthur phayre,
declare there,
explore where

14 letters:
boulogne where,
shipyard where

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