Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with apostles:

2 syllables:
par les,
block comes,
hot tubs,
knock comes,
shock comes,
stock comes,
cause as,
cause has,
both as,
calm as,
car as,
car has,
data as,
dog has,
dont les,
drama as,
far as,
far has,
france cedes,
from as,
from u.s.,
god as,
god has,
got as,
hot as,
job as,
job has,
john as,
john has,
mock suns,
not as,
rock as,
shot as,
sont les,
spot as,
stock as,
stock has,
watch as,
whom has,
box as,
cost as,
crops as,
france as,
france has,
lost as,
once as,
rocks as,
ross was,
pour les,
scotch hills,
scott tells,
trois villes,
cause comes,
block clubs

3 syllables:
o'clock comes,
bizarre cells,
as far as,
bosses whose,
canada as,
chosen as,
chosen whose,
clara louise,
goggle eyes,
losses as,
model as,
model has,
model whose,
naga hills,
novel as,
novel has,
novel whose,
passage as,
passage has,
profile whose,
basil leaves,
response as,
response has,
response scales,
causes as,
causes whose,
dos a dos,
clara dawes,
common as,
cotta heads,
cottage whose,
data was,
drama shows,
drama was,
dubois clubs

4 syllables:
apostle whose,
granada hills,
apostle shows,
colossal heads,
abraham moles,
canada geese,
canada jays,
canada shows,
canada these,
canada was

5 syllables:
alabama hills

Some other possibilities:

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See apostles used in context: 22 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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