Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tangles:

2 syllables:
brass scales,
dans les,
frank comes,
black shales,
catch whales,
bank as,
bank has,
rank as,
thank colleagues,
backed gulls,
flash gas,
pass gas,
catch comes,
class comes,
crash comes,
flash comes,
glass comes,
grass comes,
staff comes,
that comes,
what comes,
bad ones,
black clubs,
black lungs,
brass studs,
glass domes,
that runs,
and as,
and has,
and u.s.,
and wales,
ann was,
anne was,
black scales,
camp as,
dance as,
frank cousins,
franz schulze,
hand as,
hand has,
khan was,
land as,
land has,
laugh comes,
plan was,
planned as,
plans as,
plant as,
plant has,
range as,
staff colleagues,
stand as,
task as,
task has,
than was,
track comes,
track scales,
act as,
act has,
at was,
back was,
bag was,
black was

3 syllables:
angel whose,
angle as,
angle whose,
japan comes,
angel heads,
angel knows,
angel shows,
angle leads,
angle lines,
angle shows,
angles whose,
ganga flows,
laughing gulls,
advance as,
anger comes,
attack comes,
avec les,
japan was,
sample as,
sample has,
sample whose,
allow nulls,
attached as,
attack was,
attacked as

4 syllables:
rectangle whose,
triangle whose,
abraham moles,
rectangle shows,
rectangles whose,
triangle shows,
triangles whose,
untangle these,
abraham was,
example as,
example has,
example whose

Some other possibilities:

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