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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with zamindar:

2 syllables:
place indoors,
played indoors,
stayed indoors,
stays indoors,
came here,
same here,
maize inbred,
case here,
day there,
day were,
faith there,
have ear,
have here,
lay there,
made here,
may fear,
may there,
place here,
raised indoors,
said here,
saith there,
same kinds,
stay there,
stayed here,
wait here,
way there,
way were,
might insure,
blame there,
came near,
came there,
claim there,
flame there,
frame there,
may hear,
may here

3 syllables:
remain indoors,
came in for,
claiming there,
basin there,
basin where,
owain glyndwr,
remain here,
remained indoors,
staying indoors,
array there,
delay there,
detail here,
friday there,
survey there,
today signed,
today there,
remain unsure,
always ensure,
contain hints,
gaining share,
raining there,
training for,
training there,
training where,
became there,
became tinged,
craving for,
drainage there,
drainage where,
failing there,
making for,
making more,
making there,
making war,
making where,
making your,
placing there,
racing car,
racing there,
railing where,
raising there,
rating for,
ratings are

4 syllables:
campaigning for,
campaigning there,
containing more,
explaining where,
obtaining there,
obtaining where,
remaining chair,
remaining four,
remaining share,
remaining there,
remaining where,
restraining chair,
creating more,
creating there,
creating your,
deprecating humour,
detailing where,
prevailing there

5 syllables:
ascertaining where,
compensating for,
concentrating there

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