Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with libbard:

2 syllables:
being heard,
chris heard,
is heard,
paris heard,
smith heard,
still heard,
there heard,
thing heard,
were heard,
with third,
did bird,
fig bird,
ling bird,
queer bird,
this bird,
scrub bird,
being earned,
being hurled,
being urged,
fifth third,
his third,
his word,
in third,
in word,
is served,
is urged,
it turned,
prince heard,
reindeer herds,
since heard,
skill learned,
smear word,
smith urged,
still urged,
there urged,
thick curved,
things heard,
this third,
this word,
were urged,
which earned,
which urged,
which word,
with word,
years heard,
being burned,
bridge burned,
flip the bird,
in birds,
is burned,
it burned,
queer birds,
spring birds,
still burned,
there burned,
were burned,
which burned,
with birds,
chief heard,
claire heard,
douglas hurd,
has heard,
judge heard,
terra verde,
twice heard,
was heard,
yet heard,
being hurt,
it hurt,
were hurt,
will hurt,
bitter earth,
brick earth,
bring earth,
chris searle,
his search,
in earth,
inner earth,
spring earth,
still learn,
thick curve

3 syllables:
billy heard,
jimmy heard,
lewis heard,
river had,
river head,
until third,
appear blurred,
dickey bird,
dicky bird,
doing bird,
flying bird,
myna bird,
mynah bird,
whidah bird,
widow bird,
alice heard,
office heard,
uncle heard

4 syllables:
nearby heard

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