Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with apsides:

2 syllables:
black sides,
takes sides,
glass sides,
glass slides,
hash signs,
scrap tyres,
staff rides,
tanned hides,
that guides,
blank sides,
cats eyes,
hat size,
that size,
what size,
class ideals,
class size,
glass eyes,
hanns heinz,
at lyons,
at whiles,
bad times,
batch files,
black lines,
black pines,
black wives,
cache files,
cache lines,
class files,
class gives,
class lines,
class styles,
class times,
class wives,
cracked tiles,
crash times,
flash files,
flash gives,
glass gives,
glass knives,
glass tiles,
graph gives,
graph lines,
grass gives,
hatch lines,
jack knives,
match files,
match lines,
past times,
patch files,
platt lynes,
scratch files,
scratch lines,
shang times,
slack times,
slash lines,
slash pines,
snack times,
staff gives,
staff lines,
t'ang times,
tag lines,
that gives,
track lines,
track miles,
trash piles,
what gives,
all sides,
both sides,
broad sides,
brown sides,
four sides,
horse hides,
scrap sales,
south sides,
square sides,
wrong sides,
and eyes

3 syllables:
advance slides,
applied as,
craggy sides,
elapsed times,
shadow sides,
shaggy sides,
shallow sides,
valley sides,
attach files,
attack gives,
attack lines,
contact times,
exact times,
japan gives,
japan times,
myriad beings,
potash mines,
along sides,
on all sides,
abstract ideals,
abstract signs,
advance lines

4 syllables:
zodiac signs

Some other possibilities:

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