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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with haphazard:

2 syllables:
had heard,
staff heard,
cause heard,
class served,
grass bird,
pass word,
and heard,
black bird,
catch word,
fan nerved,
frank heard,
grant heard,
had earned,
had urged,
kap verde,
latter urged,
laugh turned,
ralph heard,
slang word,
staff urged,
that third,
that turned,
that word,
track curved,
valle verde,
house heard,
all heard,
brown heard,
crowd heard,
doubt heard,
half heard,
not heard,
or heard,
scott heard,
snow bird,
south third,
had hurt,
that hurt,
at term,
black curve,
black earth,
black hearse,
branner earth,
flat earth,
shall learn,
that earth,
that term,
that turn,
cries heard,
jurors heard,
louise heard,
noise heard,
phrase heard,
songs heard,
views heard,
was heard,
blacks earned,
blacks served,
class learned,
class turned,
class words,
class world,
glass turned,
glass world,
grass burned,
grass turned,
had served,
had stirred,
last third,
last word


3 syllables:
cassie heard,
annie heard,
banner ad,
carrie heard,
danny heard,
hammer head,
hannah heard,
harry heard,
latter had,
latter heard,
maggie heard,
matter had,
matter heard,
nature had,
sally heard,
sarah heard,
stagger head,
before heard,
always heard,
because third,
ideas heard,
advance earned,
also heard,
japan served,
jason heard,
master had


4 syllables:
abraham heard,
really heard,
pharisees heard


Some other possibilities:

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