Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with coolest:

7 letters:
you let,
few but,
new but,
you but,
you cut,
you get,
you put,
cool it,
rule it,
cool as,
rule as,
soul as,
fuel up

8 letters:
too must,
you just,
you must,
crew cut,
knew but,
true but,
use must,
view but,
due west,
new left,
new test,
pku test,
sou west,
you best,
you left,
you rest,
you last,
you lost,
rule has,
soul has,
blue leg,
blue pus,
boot cut,
food but,
fluid at

9 letters:
knew just,
thou must,
soul must,
you trust,
you loved,
tool rest,
school as,
crew cuts,
group but,
tuba root,
qu'il est,
booby hut,
julia set

10 letters:
group must,
truth must,
rules must,
school but,
you looked,
you missed,
stool test,
tool chest,
school has,
loose smut,
hula skirt,
booted out,
rooted out,
doing just

11 letters:
school must,
school dist,
group trust,
groups must,
lucia white,
pupil ought,
cruel light,
flew a kite,
human sight,
computed at,
solution at,
julia might,
julia wrote

12 letters:
school trust,
schools must,
school lunch,
school lists,
raoul looked,
human height,
review lists,
masoola boat,
ursula asked,
concluded at

13 letters:
school looked,
conclusion it,
julia thought,
resolution at

14 letters:
gruesome sight,
absolute trust,
produces eight,
solution ought

16 letters:
conclusion ought,
resolution ought

17 letters:
conclusion sought

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