Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tuile:

2 syllables:
blue nile,
new file,
queue while,
screw pile,
you while,
blue eyes,
bloom while,
blue eye,
booth while,
choose file,
choose style,
choose while,
crews while,
few miles,
flew high,
flute while,
food mile,
fool file,
fruit while,
group while,
loose style,
loose while,
new high,
new style,
prove ideal,
room while,
school while,
screw eye,
screw piles,
shoes while,
shoot while,
smooth file,
smooth while,
spool file,
spoon while,
stool while,
too high,
tooth while,
truce while,
truth while,
viewed while,
views while,
you smile,
a cool,
a file,
a fool,
a mile,
a pile,
a pool,
a rule,
a school,
a smile,
a soul,
a style,
a tool,
a while,
as cool,
as fuel,
as school,
athletes while,
blue whale,
em rule,
en rule,
ideal school,
ideal style,
ideal while,
ideals while,
knew all,
of fuel,
of rule,
of school,
of soul,
of style,
on file,
on fuel,
on school

3 syllables:
review while,
withdrew while,
abuse while,
accrued while,
aloof while,
assume ideal,
assume while,
balloon while,
bedroom while,
consume while,
costume while,
ensued while,
produce ideal,
produce while,
pursued while,
pursuit while,
refuge while,
review filed,
review files,
salute while,
viewer while

4 syllables:
absolute ideal,
absolute while,
molecule while

Some other possibilities:

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