Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with residues:

2 syllables:
did use,
split hooves,
be in shoes,
cousin louise,
fill shoes,
gym shoes,
his shoes,
his use,
ill use,
in use,
still use,
there rules,
thick shoes,
this news,
this use,
were jews,
which shews,
which use,
will use,
with jews,
with news,
with use,
filled shoes,
winged shoes,
la luz,
when news,
gib boom,
his soul,
his suit,
is soon,
jib boom,
this soon,
this soul,
this suit,
blood oozed,
did as,
good news,
good use,
on the skids,
paid dues,
pay dues,
bit too,
brick tombs,
built tombs,
click tools,
drift tubes,
ear tubes,
flint tools,
his tools,
il duce,
it moves,
it too,
it used,
its use,
routing tools,
tipped shoes,
tipped tools,
with tools,
being used,
brick flues,
bridge rules,
chih fu,
chill rooms,
fills shoes,
firing rules,
fish pools,
here used,
his rooms,
his views,
if used,
ill used,
in new,
is used

3 syllables:
issue as,
issue has,
issue whose,
tissue as,
tissue has,
tissue whose,
paying dues,
extra shoes,
adding rooms,
adding rules,
career moves,
clear clues,
clear pools,
clear rules,
clear views,
flying hooves,
issue shows,
issue these,
issue those,
issue was,
issued as,
issues as,
issues whose,
jimmy choos

4 syllables:
residue is,
continue as,
issuer whose

Some other possibilities:

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