Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with woodpile:

2 syllables:
good while,
stood while,
wood file,
floor tile,
floor while,
shook while,
cured while,
goods while,
pulled while,
woods while,
cut pile,
stood bail,
blood while,
bread while,
dead file,
slush pile,
spread while,
thread while,
cooked while,
looked while,
books while,
bull pine,
floor tiles,
good fight,
good life,
good light,
good night,
good time,
good wife,
good wine,
hood like,
looks while,
poor child,
stood like,
stood right,
stood white,
the good life,
wood mice,
wood mite,
wood vise,
guide pile,
made pile,
wood dale,
good bye,
good guy,
good price,
but while,
dressed while,
foot trail,
it while,
split while,
stressed while,
sweat while,
threat while,
throughput while,
yet while,
air mile,
being while,
breath while,
breathe while,
bridge while,
brush while,
chair while,
check while,
chess while,
chief while,
chill while,
click while,
cliff while,
climb while,
cousin while,
crest tile,
death while,
ditch while,
done while,
drill while

3 syllables:
secured while,
added while,
ahead while,
ended while,
cookie file,
poorer while,
sugar while,
assured smile,
europe while,
addressed while,
asset while,
upset while,
access while,
advice while,
appear while,
arise while,
arousal while,
aware while,
begun while,
berlin while,
career while

4 syllables:
accurate while,
cigarette while

Some other possibilities:

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