Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cold spell:

2 syllables:
could smell,
should smell,
should swell,
would smell,
would swell,
could sell,
would sell,
could quell,
could spill,
would spill,
could dwell,
could spare,
could tell,
could well,
should dwell,
should spare,
should tell,
would dwell,
would spare,
would tell,
load cell,
mol cell,
old self,
clothes smell,
could still,
hold still,
should still,
would still,
ghost cell,
molte delle,
close smell,
closed shell,
could scare,
could sketch,
could stare,
could swear,
couldnt help,
old sledge,
should swear,
smoke smell,
stone stelae,
would scare,
would stare,
would step,
would swear,
could pull,
could spoil,
should spoil,
would pull,
would spoil,
oat cell,
bone cell,
cloned cells,
closed cells,
could set,
could spend,
could spread,
foam cell,
old welsh,
one cell,
should set,
should spend,
should spread,
stone cell,
to dwell,
to swell,
who dwell,
whole shell,
would set,
would spend,
would spread,
goals still,
holes still,
poles still,
polls still,
roles still,
could help,
folds where,
holds them,
holds where,
holmes tells,
holmes welch,
should health,
should help

3 syllables:
moldy smell,
mouldy smell,
foetid smell,
golden shell,
holding cell,
exposed cells,
golgi cell,
golgis cell,
untold wealth,
proposed still,
supposed still,
holding spells,
older cells,
ruolo delle,
slowly spelled

5 syllables:
alveolar cell

Some other possibilities:

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