Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with spellbind:

2 syllables:
well find,
well mined,
shell lined,
well lined,
well timed,
dead wind,
fair wind,
head wind,
set mind,
them find,
will bind,
cells lined,
deaf blind,
helm wind,
sell side,
shell guide,
swear blind,
claire sighed,
dead child,
death lived,
dressed child,
french child,
share child,
where child,
where lived,
can bind,
ill wind,
still find,
which bind,
will find,
belle smiled,
best kind,
chairs lined,
death finds,
delle scienze,
ebb tide,
elf child,
flesh side,
fresh minds,
gets wind,
health child,
press finds,
press guide,
them died,
thread guide,
west wind,
delle bande,
nail bind,
still blind,
well bound,
help guide,
cell lines,
felt side,
health guide,
shell lines,
shelves lined,
well tried,
ill timed,
being fined,
being lined,
being mined,
brick lined

3 syllables:
hotel guide,
stellar wind,
yellow lined,
request timed,
assess child,
upset child,
access guide,
any kind,
direct tide,
eddy wind,
ever find,
fellow lived,
janet tried,
jenny lind,
kelly sighed,
leather lined,
metal lined,
michelle smiled,
never find,
never mind,
possess minds,
repair guide,
shelley lived,
success guide,
their kind,
their mind,
hotel burned,
eller mindre,
fellow finds,
freshly mined,
marcel reinhard,
seller finds,
special kind,
hotel named,
access gained

4 syllables:
appellee filed

5 syllables:
peritoneal signs

Some other possibilities:

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