Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with channels:

2 syllables:
dans les,
plan as,
plan has,
than as,
than has,
than u.s.,
laugh comes,
track comes,
at as,
at u.s.,
back as,
bad as,
black as,
black colleagues,
black shales,
brass scales,
catch whales,
class as,
class has,
fat as,
flat as,
glass as,
had as,
laugh was,
mad as,
map as,
mass as,
pass as,
path as,
sat as,
staff as,
staff has,
that as,
that has,
that u.s.,
what has,
and as,
and has,
and u.s.,
and wales,
ann was,
anne was,
dance as,
franz schulze,
hand as,
hand has,
khan was,
land as,
land has,
laugh as,
plan was,
planned as,
plans as,
plant as,
plant has,
range as,
stand as,
than was,
black hills

3 syllables:
channel whose,
japan as,
japan has,
panel whose,
attack comes,
anna was,
attack as,
battle as,
battle whose,
castle whose,
cattle whose,
japan comes,
rachel louise,
sarah louise,
travel as,
advance as,
allow nulls,
anal phase,
annul those,
channel buoys,
channel leads,
channel lines,
channel noise,
channel phase,
channel shows,
channel these,
channel those,
channel was,
japan was,
manner as,
many as,
many u.s.,
panel lines,
panel loads,
panel shows,
panel was,
panels whose,
assam hills

4 syllables:
abraham moles,
as many as,
savanna soils

Some other possibilities:

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