Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with temples:

2 syllables:
pressure hulls,
chez les,
et les,
help as,
them was,
step as,
step has,
them as,
them has,
air guns,
bread comes,
breath comes,
death comes,
flesh comes,
press comes,
press studs,
share comes,
shell combs,
shell comes,
smell comes,
thread comes,
threat comes,
bread pills,
cent as,
check pulse,
denned as,
end as,
end has,
french as,
friend as,
friend has,
sense as,
sense has,
sent as,
spare bulbs,
spend as,
spent as,
trend has,
went as,
air gas,
air was,
bear hugs,
bear was,
bell was,
best as,
bread was,
breath was,
care was,
cell was,
cells as,
cells has,
chair rungs,
chair was,
check comes,
check was,
chest as,
dead was,
death was,
debt was,
deck was,
dress as,
else as,
else has,
et ses,
etc. as,
eve was,
fair was,
felt as,
flare gas,
flesh was

3 syllables:
temple as,
temple whose,
convex hulls,
attempt has,
temple halls,
temple hills,
temple shows,
temple was,
access comes,
progress comes,
success comes,
agent as,
agent has,
assess pulse,
content as,
content has,
gentle as,
percent as,
reset pulse,
accept as,
address as,
assessed as,
assets as,
bowhead whales,
complex as,
effect as,
effect has,
except as,
expressed as

4 syllables:
dilemma comes

Some other possibilities:

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See temples used in context: 11 rhymes, 13 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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