Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with prison cell:

3 syllables:
given shell,
chicken cells,
hidden cells,
brittle shell,
little nell,
little shell,
minute bell,
rigid shell,
gibbon tells,
given set,
hidden wealth,
kitchen shelf,
lilla belle,
linux shell,
little cells,
little self,
michael sells,
middle cells,
midgut cells,
minute cells,
mission bells,
pineal cells,
prickle cells,
ring a bell,
sickle cells,
simon tells,
billion cells,
bring oneself,
given health,
hidden health,
hidden selves,
immense wealth,
kill oneself,
kitchen help,
kitchen smelled,
kitchen smells,
million cells,
rings a bell,
thickened cells,
trillion cells,
villus cells,
visit health,
visits helped,
written health,
his uncle,
paris until,
this until,
being until,
bridge until,
button shell,
chill until,
cliff until,
climb until

4 syllables:
division bell,
origine delle,
division sells,
transmission cells,
carillon bells,
commission dealt,
committed cells,
condition tells,
crillon hotel,
decision dealt,
division bells,
given a bell,
parisian hotel,
religion tells,
simon nowell,
sufficient health,
tradition tells,
resistance cells,
adherent cells,
albicans cells,
asking oneself,
commit oneself,
deficient cells,
enrich oneself,
equip oneself,
given herself,
hidden herself,
nutrition health,
simian cells,
submit oneself,
sufficient cells,
suspicious cells,
written herself,
appear until,
asking until,
berlin until,
career until,
commission will

5 syllables:
definition tells,
decision herself,
decision settled,
envision herself,
experience health,
forgiven herself,
nonphysician health,
origin settled,
religion herself

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