Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with battue:

2 syllables:
catch you,
at you,
glad you,
had you,
shall you,
than you,
that you,
what you,
batch queue,
add new,
at kew,
at new,
chang chou,
chang hsueh,
crack loo,
had few,
had new,
had too,
quang chieu,
sprat mew,
than too,
that due,
that few,
that knew,
that new,
that thou,
that true,
what few,
what new,
what thou,
watch you,
and you,
ask you,
at too,
bran new,
chance you,
class queue,
damn you,
fact you,
grant you,
hand you,
plan view,
shall use,
span new,
takes you,
than new,
than use,
thank you,
that huge,
that too,
that use,
that view,
what use,
shall chuse,
all you,
both you,
brought you,
call you,
cause you,
doubt you,
far you,
for you,
from you,
god you,
got you,
house you,
job you,
john yoo,
long you,
more you,
not you,
or you,
out you,
stop you,
taught you,
thought you,
whom you,
flash tube,
trash chute,
and drew,
and few,
and knew,
and new,
and thou,
and too,
at duke,
at noon,
at room

3 syllables:
allow you,
contact you,
i ask you,
rather you,
about you,
among you,
because you,
before you,
prepare you,
attack cruise,
attract new

4 syllables:
abraham booth

Some other possibilities:

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