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

8 letters:
mol cell,
old self,
oat cell,
one cell,
to dwell,
to swell

9 letters:
load cell,
bone cell,
could set,
foam cell,
old welsh,
who dwell,
would set

10 letters:
could sell,
would sell,
could tell,
could well,
would tell,
hold still,
ghost cell,
old sledge,
would step,
could pull,
would pull,
should set,
stone cell,
could help,
holds them,
golgi cell

11 letters:
could smell,
would smell,
would swell,
could quell,
could spill,
would spill,
could dwell,
could spare,
should tell,
would dwell,
would spare,
could still,
would still,
molte delle,
close smell,
could scare,
could stare,
could swear,
smoke smell,
would scare,
would stare,
would swear,
could spoil,
would spoil,
could spend,
whole shell,
would spend,
goals still,
holes still,
poles still,
polls still,
roles still,
folds where,
holds where,
should help,
moldy smell,
golgis cell,
older cells,
ruolo delle

12 letters:
should smell,
should swell,
should dwell,
should spare,
should still,
closed shell,
could sketch,
couldnt help,
should swear,
stone stelae,
should spoil,
cloned cells,
closed cells,
could spread,
should spend,
would spread,
holmes tells,
holmes welch,
mouldy smell,
foetid smell,
golden shell,
holding cell

13 letters:
clothes smell,
should spread,
should health,
exposed cells,
untold wealth,
alveolar cell

14 letters:
proposed still,
supposed still,
holding spells,
slowly spelled

Some other possibilities:

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