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

2 syllables:
serve well,
church bell,
heard tell,
pearl shell,
third shell,
work well,
worm shell,
curve tells,
curved shell,
earth smell,
germ cells,
her well,
merge cells,
sperm cells,
spur shell,
works well,
her self,
nurse cells,
worse health,
younger cells,
curve will,
fleur de sel,
burke tells,
church bells,
church dealt,
church tells,
church wealth,
clerk tells,
curve where,
durch welche,
erg sec,
first shell,
heard bells,
heard yells,
learn welsh,
nurse tells,
pearl shells,
serve them,
serve where,
third set,
third shelf,
turks head,
verse tells,
worked shell,
worked well,
world health,
worst health,
curve still,
serve still,
burnt smell,
burst cells,
church health,
curved setae,
curved shells,
der welt,
earth smelled,
earth smells

3 syllables:
observed health,
transferred cells,
diverse cells,
diverse health,
nervous cells,
nervous health,
observed cells,
preserve health,
preserved cells,
service health,
burmah shell,
concerned health,
curfew bell,
deserve death,
deserved death,
ergo shell,
fired shell,
observe them,
observe where,
observed death,
pearly shell,
preserve them,
preserve where,
research dealt,
research tells,
scleral shell,
transferred wealth,
worried well,
offers health,
afford health,
alert health,
clearly spell,
currer bell,
earthy smell,
entre cette,
expert tells,
experts helped,
fire bell

4 syllables:
endosperm cells,
admiral shell,
adhering cells,
desired cells,
entire shell

Some other possibilities:

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