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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cellist:

2 syllables:
breath hissed,
cette liste,
check list,
sell it,
smell it,
spell it,
tell it,
well it,
bread dipped,
breath hitched,
elle est,
full list,
air it,
air lift,
bear it,
bet it,
chair lift,
check it,
dead lift,
death it,
fetch it,
guess it,
lead it,
met it,
press it,
set it,
share it,
shell built,
spread it,
stelle nicht,
swear it,
them it,
wear it,
well built,
where it,
yet it,
bell is,
cell is,
check lists,
death lists,
else it,
eng lit,
felt it,
guest list,
held it,
hell is,
help it,
sell his,
sell its,
shell is,
shell pierced,
smell is,
tell his,
tells it,
well fixed,
well is,
well knit,
well mixed,
bare assed,
belle looked,
das ist,
sweat test,
them must,
will lift,
air built,
chair tipped,
death guilt


3 syllables:
express it,
hotel built,
possess it,
regret it,
repair it,
selling at,
selling it,
selling out,
shelling out,
smelling out,
spelling out,
suppress it,
telling it,
yelling at,
access lists,
ellis thought,
ellis wrote,
hotel is,
their list,
hotel looked,
michelle looked,
any hint,
bearing eight,
bearing out,
begin at,
breathing out,
check it out,
checking out,
express guilt


4 syllables:
gabrielle looked,
comparing it,
excessive heat,
excessive height


Some other possibilities:

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