Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with apolitical:

3 syllables:
issyk kul,
b'rith hillel,
his civil,
shrill little,
still little,
swiss civil,
cousin michael,
critic has,
dill pickle,
pierre michel,
sir michael,
split ticket,
spring tidal,
thick nickel,
thing michael,
with michael,
flint sickle,
hist. eccles,
buick regal,
did little,
his single,
is single,
this signal,
this single,
being little,
bring civil,
bring little,
chick pineal,
chris mitchell,
chris whittle,
dear little,
ear middle,
fierce civil,
fitting up,
him little,
his little,
his middle,
his simple,
hit it up,
hitting on,
in civil,
in little,
in middle,
is little,
is simple,
lithe little,
mitch mitchell,
queer little,
quick little,
shrill whistle,
since civil,
sit in on,
sitting as,
sitting on,
sitting up,
slick little,
spear thistle,
spitting up,
split image,
splitting up,
stiff little,
string fiddle,
there little,
thick little,
thick middle,
thing little,
this little,
this middle,
this simple,
this symbol,
tin whistle,
touching little,
were little,
which civil,
which little,
with civil,
with little,
with middle

4 syllables:
until little,
albin michel,
commit civil,
commit immoral,
until michael,
critica delle,
myristica oil,
extra nickel,
adding little,
appear little,
asking little,
career civil,
clear little,
clear vinyl,
clear whistle,
endearing little,
until civil,
until middle,
within neural,
critical eye,
janet nicoll

5 syllables:
political whole

Some other possibilities:

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