Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with signals:

2 syllables:
big ones,
fin whales,
in wales,
big guns,
big as,
in. as,
in as,
in u.s.,
sin as,
sin has,
skin as,
skin has,
thin as,
wicked tongues,
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,
dick was,
film as,
film has,
minke whales,
thick scales,
thick skulls,
beer was,
being was,
bill was,
billed as,
billed gulls,
bills as,
bridge was,
built as,
christ as,
christ has,
did was,
drink as,
ear was,
ears as,
fear was,
fish scales,
fish was,
here was,
hill was,
him was,
his colleagues,
his was

3 syllables:
signal whose,
signal leads,
signal leaves,
signal lines,
signal noise,
signal phase,
signal shows,
signal these,
signal those,
signal was,
aching lungs,
career comes,
conflict as,
conflict has,
sigma phase,
appeared as,
appears as,
asking colleagues,
berlin was,
business as,
business has,
business whose,
career was,
crystal whose,
exist as,
illness as

4 syllables:
natalis comes

Some other possibilities:

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