Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with columnar:

3 syllables:
common murre,
block under,
bob under,
both under,
cause hunger,
cause under,
choir under,
clock under,
column curve,
drama under,
flock under,
from hunger,
from under,
garage under,
got under,
job hunter,
john hunter,
knock under,
lodge under,
not under,
notch under,
pop under,
pot hunter,
robin feuer,
shock under,
square under,
stock under,
strata under,
terrace under,
watch under,
yacht under,
cockle bur,
cockle burr,
stock culture,
pollen curve,
block number,
block other,
bog bumper,
bog jumper,
bottom burp,
bottom curve,
bottom third,
cause number,
cause other,
cause upper,
causes nerve,
clock number

4 syllables:
columb major,
data miner,
dual number,
solid inner,
apace under,
awake under,
bedrock under,
bihar under,
canaan under,
canada under,
column either,
column header,
declare under,
embrace under,
hectare under,
o'clock under,
passage under,
problem einer,
problem owner,
solid manner,
synod under,
bourgeois culture,
enough lumber,
common owner,
dollar under,
evolve under,
females under,
follow under,
hollow under,
holly hunter,
mollie hunter,
rahmen einer,
resolve under,
scholar under,
swollen lower,
towel under,
wholly under,
alois schumpeter,
bottom either,
bottom layer,
bottom mirror,
bourgeois comfort,
canada offer,
canada other,
colossal nerve,
compare other,
declare other,
drama major,
embrace other

5 syllables:
alabama under,
somalia under,
canada ginger,
economy either

Some other possibilities:

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