Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with exiles:

2 syllables:
check files,
air miles,
blair niles,
fresh chiles,
sept iles,
share files,
check lines,
check rides,
check times,
delle scienze,
fresh signs,
where signs,
air lines,
blessed times,
bread lines,
breath gives,
death gives,
death rides,
death times,
dwell times,
flesh gives,
fresh chives,
fresh limes,
fresh lines,
lead times,
press gives,
press lines,
share gives,
share times,
shell gives,
sketch gives,
sketch lines,
spare lines,
spare times,
spare tyres,
thread guides,
where lines,
where wives,
wretched times,
cell size,
dress styles,
mesh size,
step size,
bears signs,
cell lines,
cells gives,
cells lines,
dead rise,
dressed hides,
fresh hides,
shared files,
shared ideals

3 syllables:
exile whose,
access files,
complex signs,
convex sides,
select times,
access gives,
access guides,
access lines,
access times,
assess fines,
cabell rives,
depressed times,
express lines,
palette knives,
percent times,
progress gives,
progress lines,
recent times,
repair times,
success gives,
address files,
direct files,
object files,
project files,
protect files,
select files,
subject files,
accessed files,
agent miles,
barry miles,
content files,
debtor files,
enzyme whose,
expressed ideals,
gazette times,
header files,
heavy piles,
leger lines,
letter files,
letter tiles,
professed ideals,
recent files

4 syllables:
binary files,
library files,
professor giles,
professor miles

5 syllables:
peritoneal signs,
necessary files

Some other possibilities:

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