Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tableaux:

3 syllables:
hazel hoe,
able to,
brain below,
cable hogue,
cable to,
cable whose,
chain below,
claim below,
drain below,
eight below,
frame below,
grade below,
grave below,
label to,
label whose,
phase below,
phrase below,
place below,
plain below,
plane below,
plate below,
scale below,
shade below,
shale below,
shape below,
space below,
stable to,
stage below,
state below,
stayed below,
stays below,
straight below,
table no.,
table to,
table whose,
terrain below,
trade below,
trail below,
weight below,
asia to,
have a cow,
have a cow/,
have a go,
made a go,
made a row,
make a row,
take a bow,
taken no,
shape alone,
brain alone,
chain alone,
claim alone,
cradle hole,
cradle to,
david low,
faith alone,
fatal to,
frame alone,
freight alone,
grace alone,
grade alone,
grain alone,
grave alone,
phase alone,
phrase alone,
place alone,
plane alone,
plate alone,
played alone,
plays alone,
praise alone,
prayed alone,
raise alone,
scale alone

4 syllables:
survey below,
always below,
concave below,
detail below,
drawer below,
enable one,
explain below,
female below,
layer below,
remain below,
briefly below,
describe below,
always alone,
brigade alone,
campaign alone,
decade alone,
detail alone,
domain alone,
estate alone,
female alone,
jamaica alone,
nitrate alone,
remain alone

5 syllables:
acetate alone,
japanese alone

Some other possibilities:

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