Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with turnstile:

2 syllables:
learn still,
fleur de sel,
learn stuff,
stern stuff,
kurt gödel,
serve rural,
birth still,
church still,
clerk still,
curve still,
earth still,
heard still,
nerve still,
search still,
serve still,
shirt still,
third still,
turks still,
works still,
worth still,
church stuff,
learned colleague,
learned tongue,
shirt stuck,
stern swung,
her still,
learned still,
nurse still,
stone stele,
tougher still,
turned still,
verse still,
worse still,
younger still,
per ml,
burnt up,
ernst busch,
ernst mach,
first an,
first as,
first has,
first on,
first ten,
first u.s.,
learn some,
learn stress,
tougher stuff,
churn drill,
earth smell,
works well,
works will,
birds tongue,
burst pulse,
first pulse,
per le,
sur l',
sur le

3 syllables:
return still,
diverse rural,
preserve rural,
afford still,
embers still,
experts still,
offered still,
offers still,
research still,
preserved skull,
return sludge,
shattered skull,
concerned still,
concerns still,
journey still,
offer still,
returned still,
returns still,
urine still,
clifford stoll,
return pulse,
reversed on,
sterner stuff,
tower skull,
expert skill,
research skill,
concerns young,
entre le,
ladder stile

4 syllables:
entire skull,
professor stoll

5 syllables:
entrepreneurs still

Some other possibilities:

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