Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with aisles:

2 syllables:
sei whales,
base as,
base has,
case as,
case has,
face as,
face has,
grace as,
place as,
place has,
race as,
race has,
space as,
space has,
space scales,
weigh scales,
day comes,
eight tunes,
gray nuns,
may bugs,
snake comes,
spray guns,
place cells,
space cells,
days as,
phase as,
phase has,
phrase as,
plays as,
says as,
ways as,
age as,
age has,
aid as,
aid has,
aim has,
asia as,
bay was,
brain as,
brain has,
brave as,
came as,
chain wales,
claim as,
claim has,
clay was,
date as,
date has,
day was,
faith as,
faith has,
fame as,
fate as,
fate has,
frame as,
gain as,
game as,
game has,
gave as,
grace comes,
gray was,
have as,
lace bugs,
late as,
made as,
make as,
male has,
may was,
name as

3 syllables:
female aedes,
friday comes,
today comes,
array cells,
relay cells,
replace cells,
always as,
always has,
hazel eyes,
away was,
bases whose,
became as,
behave as,
cable whose,
campaign as,
cases as,
cases has,
cases whose,
clayey shales,
contain as,
debate as,
debate has,
decade has,
delay was,
detail as,
estate as,
faces as,
faces whose,
gases whose,
khasia hills,
label whose

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