Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rales:

2 syllables:
scale leads,
trail heads,
trail leads,
male has,
pale as,
sale as,
scale as,
scale has,
cape helles,
eight heads,
grain heads,
may lead,
nail head,
place cells,
rail head,
snake heads,
space cells,
straight hairs,
trail head,
brain leads,
chain leads,
claim leads,
faith leads,
grace leads,
have legs,
lay eggs,
phase leads,
phrase leads,
place leads,
plane leads,
plate leads,
quail cells,
scale tells,
snail shells,
space leads,
spray heads,
stage leads,
state leads,
strain leads,
stray hairs,
tail ends,
trade leads,
trail bears,
weight leads,
age as,
age has,
aid as,
aid has,
aim has,
asia as,
base as,
base has,
bay was,
brain as,
brain has,
brave as,
came as,
case as,
case has,
claim as,
claim has,
clay was,
date as,
date has,
day was

3 syllables:
female heads,
female heirs,
female leads,
survey leads,
today leads,
detail as,
array cells,
became heads,
belay ledge,
erase heads,
portrait heads,
relay cells,
replace cells,
today bears,
today tells,
always leads,
concave lens,
detailed heads,
domain leads,
female bears,
female cells,
female pairs,
layer leads,
obtain leads,
player leads,
portrait lens,
prayer leads,
always as,
always has,
away was,
became as,
behave as,
campaign as,
contain as

4 syllables:
passageway leads

Some other possibilities:

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