Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sickles:

2 syllables:
quick as,
thick as,
big guns,
still loves,
grgich hills,
big as,
being as,
being comes,
being has,
bill as,
bill has,
bit as,
bridge comes,
chill comes,
cousin comes,
did as,
drink comes,
ear as,
fear as,
fin whales,
fish as,
fit as,
here as,
here comes,
here has,
him as,
him has,
his as,
if as,
ill as,
in. as,
in as,
in u.s.,
in wales,
is as,
it as,
it comes,
it has,
king as,
king has,
myth as,
near as,
paris as,
paris comes,
rich as,
ship as,
ship has,
sin as,
sin has,
sit as,
skill as,
skill comes,
skin as,
skin has,
smith comes,
smith has,
sphere as,
sphere comes,
spring comes,
stiff as,
still as,
still comes,
still has,
string comes,
there as,
there comes,
there has,
thin as,
thing as,
thing comes,
thing has,
think comes,
this as,
this comes,
this has,
thrill comes,
were as,
which as,
which comes,
which has,
wicked tongues,
will as,
will has,
with as,
with u.s.,
year as,
year has

3 syllables:
michael hayes,
appear as,
career as,
career comes,
career has,
civil laws,
little as,
little ease,
little has,
riddle whose

4 syllables:
as little as,
natalis comes,
official whose

Some other possibilities:

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