Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chordata:

3 syllables:
for data,
more data,
or data,
all data,
source data,
your data,
board often,
for latin,
or bottom,
or latin,
store santa,
tsong khapa,
and data,
from data,
own data,
that data,
what data,
bohr model,
court often,
cross strata,
for model,
or model,
score model,
sport often,
store model,
storm model,
broad bottom,
calle santa,
called dharma,
called often,
course often,
doors often,
for common,
for losses,
for naval,
for police,
for solid,
for thomas,
force often,
forth often,
george habash,
george halas,
george hodges,
george often,
george oppen,
horse often,
more common,
more solid,
more thomas,
norse sagas,
north armagh,
north cholla,
north often,
or causes,
or common,
or losses,
or naval,
or police,
or solid,
paused often,
scores often,
small cottage,
source often,
stores often,
strong bottom,
taught drama,
taught latin,
torque causes,
large data,
paired data,
board model,
court opted,
short latin

4 syllables:
along dotted,
record often,
clapboard cottage,
y'all gonna,
lahore dacca,
perform model,
reform model,
report often,
support often,
transport often,
along bottom,
along santa,
among latin,
because latin,
before common,
before police,
before thomas,
daughter donna,
divorce often,
explore common,
explore novel,
perform often,
reform often,
aboard naval,
before boston,
before martin

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