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

2 syllables:
could thus,
hold ups,
should thus,
would thus,
could cut,
hold us,
told us,
would cut,
holds its,
could convey,
should convey,
would convey,
hold its,
could get,
should get,
would get,
could but,
could come,
could just,
could let,
could put,
drove trucks,
go nuts,
no buts,
old but,
roast ducks,
roll ups,
rolled twice,
should come,
should just,
should let,
should parents,
should put,
two cups,
whole posse,
would but,
would come,
would just,
would let,
would put,
stokes pulse,
could dress,
could pierce,
could sense,
gold fix,
old books,
should dress,
should pierce,
should sense,
whole dress,
would dress,
would pierce,
would sense,
bowed twice,
broke twice,
coal dust,
crows twice,
gold bugs,
gold dust,
gross stress,
old ones,
phone twice,
showed twice,
showed us,
shown twice,
spoke twice,
to stress

3 syllables:
older cults,
polis schutz,
folded his,
cola nuts,
golden house,
kola nuts,
unload trucks,
twofold sense,
unsold books,
above twice,
alone twice,
golden knights,
golden notes,
oldest house,
plateau stress,
polka dots

5 syllables:
alveolar ducts

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