Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cellars:

2 syllables:
belles heures,
faire leurs,
fresh herbs,
gets hers,
press serves,
sell her,
spell words,
tell her,
get hers,
was hers,
with hers,
claire heard,
deck curb,
fresh earth,
fresh shirt,
rare earth,
where earth,
yet heard,
algae cells,
cell as,
comme leurs,
fell as,
of cells,
shell whose,
well as,
smell worse,
bear her,
bell bird,
bell curve,
bless her,
c'est toujours,
cent jours

3 syllables:
seller has,
seller whose,
beggar whose,
better as,
debtor whose,
error as,
error has,
error whose,
ever as,
ever has,
letter as,
letter has,
letter whose,
lever whose,
measure as,
measure has,
measure whose,
never as,
never has,
pleasure as,
pleasure whose,
weather has,
whether as,
cellar holes,
dwellers whose,
elder whose,
hotel serves,
seller knows,
sellers whose,
settler whose,
professor earle,
as well as,
color as,
color whose,
colour as,
entre leurs,
hotel has,
hotel whose,
killer whose,
seller is,
teller house,
accept terms,
access terms,
addressed her,
addressed words,
affect terms,
better cause,
better days,
better halves,
better homes,
better hours,
better housed,
better knows,
better noise,
better shows,
better these,
better those,
better use,
better ways

4 syllables:
professor hayes,
professor whose,
successor as,
together as,
together whose,
whoever has,
lamellar phase,
propeller noise

Some other possibilities:

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See cellars used in context: 5 poetry verses, 1 Bible passage, 2 definitions

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