Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pixels:

2 syllables:
thick scales,
thick skulls,
fin whales,
in wales,
wicked tongues,
chick cells,
click cells,
dick was,
fish scales,
his cousins,
lips as,
minke whales,
ships as,
since as,
since has,
six guns,
spring scales,
big ones,
fixed as,
his as,
is as,
paris as,
quick as,
thick as,
this as,
this has,
being comes,
bridge comes,
chill comes,
cousin comes,
dear ones,
drink comes,
ear buds,
here comes,
his guns,
his lungs,
it comes,
it runs,
paris comes,
pill bugs,
skill comes,
smith comes,
sphere comes,
spring comes,
stiff lungs,
still comes,
string comes,
there comes,
thing comes,
think comes,
this comes,
thrill comes,
which comes,
which ones,
which runs,
winged doves,
with guns,
in cells,
it sells,
nih/3t3 cells,
nih3t3 cells,
since cells,
split cells,
thick shells,
which cells,
which sells,
with cells,
big guns,
bills as,
ears as,
lives as,
mix ups,
quick pulse,
skills as,
tears as,
things as,
things has,
years as,
years has,
beer was,
being was

3 syllables:
convex hulls,
conflict as,
conflict has,
subgrid scales,
michael hayes,
pixel noise,
aching lungs,
career comes,
adding cells,
benign cells,
resin cells,
until cells,
appears as,
signal whose,
appeared as,
asking colleagues,
berlin was

4 syllables:
natalis comes

5 syllables:
acidophil cells

Some other possibilities:

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