Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with troubles:

2 syllables:
club has,
truck comes,
scrub bulls,
n'a pas,
up as,
blood as,
blood has,
but as,
but has,
can as,
come as,
cut as,
dna was,
done as,
drug has,
gas as,
gas has,
get as,
has as,
judge as,
judge has,
love as,
love has,
lung buds,
man as,
man has,
men as,
men has,
much as,
much has,
put as,
ran as,
run as,
rural wales,
russia as,
some as,
some u.s.,
son as,
son has,
stress as,
stress has,
stress scales,
such as,
such has,
sum as,
sun as,
sun has,
then as,
then has,
thus as,
thus has,
tongue as,
twice as,
u.s. as,
u.s. has,
was as,
when as,
young as,
club was

3 syllables:
double as,
mabel louise,
rebel whose,
trouble as,
allah loves,
chapel whose,
couple whose,
acid as,
acid has,
added as,
advice as,
allan dulles,
arise as,
as much as,
beautiful as,
beautiful eyes,
become as,
begun as,
canal whose,
ended as,
muscle whose,
office as,
office has,
puzzle whose,
sea gulls,
struggle as,
struggle whose,
tunnel whose,
uses as,
bubble phase,
cuban heels,
double cause,
double cheese,
double heads,
double hours,
double hulls,
double leaves,
double lines,
double lives,
double phase,
double these

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