Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with salue:

2 syllables:
day you,
may dew,
may sue,
may you,
pay you,
pray you,
way too,
way you,
gray blue,
stay loose,
tai lue,
aid you,
blame you,
brave new,
came too,
case you,
chay root,
date due,
day room,
day rule,
day use,
days you,
gave new,
gave you,
hate you,
have few,
have new,
have too,
have viewed,
have you,
made new,
made too,
made you,
make new,
make too,
make you,
may choose,
may june,
may move,
may soon,
may use,
may view,
maybe you,
name you,
paid dues,
pay dues,
place too,
place you,
praise you,
ray tube,
said you,
save you,
says you,
space suit,
spray booth,
stay cool,
take too,
take you,
wake you,
way cool,
way goose,
ways you,
x-ray tube,
x ray tube,
lake louise,
mail chute,
mail room,
main loop,
pale blue,
pale hued,
shake loose,
slate blue,
spray plume,
stays loose,
tail boot,
tail root,
trail loops,
whale tooth,
buy new,
buy you,
file you,
tai hu

3 syllables:
jamais vu,
today you,
afraid you,
always knew,
always too,
became too,
create new,
grey goo,
persuade you,
today choose,
avait voulu,
became loose,
daily dew,
delay loops,
female pupae,
remain loose

4 syllables:
japanese haiku,
japanese yew

Some other possibilities:

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