Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with aspires:

2 syllables:
black pines,
class files,
class gives,
class lines,
class styles,
class times,
class wives,
glass gives,
glass knives,
glass slides,
glass tiles,
grass gives,
past times,
scrap tyres,
slash pines,
trash piles,
clasp knives,
glass sides,
class size,
glass eyes,
at lyons,
at whiles,
bad times,
batch files,
black lines,
black sides,
black wives,
cache files,
cache lines,
cracked tiles,
crash times,
flash files,
flash gives,
graph gives,
graph lines,
hanns heinz,
hash signs,
hatch lines,
jack knives,
match files,
match lines,
patch files,
platt lynes,
scratch files,
scratch lines,
shang times,
slack times,
slash lines,
snack times,
staff gives,
staff lines,
staff rides,
t'ang times,
tag lines,
takes sides,
tanned hides,
that gives,
that guides,
track lines,
track miles,
what gives,
glass panes,
brass pipes,
glass pipes,
and eyes,
at times,
cats eyes,
class finds,
class minds,
dance styles,
falle eines,
glass finds,
graph files,
hat size,
last lines,
laugh lines,
shall rise,
stacked piles,
staff files,
stamped tiles,
that lies

3 syllables:
precast piles,
myriad beings,
attach files,
attack gives,
attack lines,
contact times,
exact times,
japan gives,
japan times,
potash mines,
advance lines,
advance slides,
batter piles,
elapsed times,
gassy mines,
scattered piles,
scattered pines

4 syllables:
zodiac signs,
fibroblast lines

Some other possibilities:

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