Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with isles:

2 syllables:
eye as,
eye has,
high as,
high hills,
bright tunes,
strike comes,
bile as,
bright as,
crime as,
crime has,
died as,
drive dulles,
eye was,
eyes as,
fight as,
file as,
file has,
fine as,
give as,
guy was,
height as,
life as,
life has,
light as,
light has,
like as,
line as,
line has,
live as,
might as,
mine as,
mine has,
night as,
night has,
price as,
price has,
price scales,
pride as,
quite as,
right as,
right has,
right whales,
rise as,
side as,
side has,
sight as,
site as,
site has,
size as,
size has,
slight as,
smile as,
style as,
style has,
tight as,
time as,
time has

3 syllables:
briefly as,
chiefly as,
trial as,
trial whose,
favourite tunes,
quiet as,
alive as,
aside as,
bible as,
bible has,
bible whose,
buyer has,
cycle as,
cycle whose,
decline as,
define as,
describe as,
design as,
design has,
desire as,
empire as,
empire has,
fire as,
fire has,
provide as,
quiet halls,
quiet hills,
rival whose,
supplied as,
survive as,
taita hills,
title as,
title has,
title whose,
trial holes,
trial lines,
trial phase,
trial shows,
trial these,
trial those,
trial was

4 syllables:
families as,
survival as

Some other possibilities:

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See isles used in context: 21 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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