Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with coolest:

2 syllables:
knew just,
thou must,
too must,
you just,
you must,
school must,
soul must,
you let,
crew cut,
few but,
group must,
knew but,
new but,
true but,
truth must,
use must,
view but,
you but,
you cut,
you get,
you put,
you trust,
rules must,
school but,
school trust,
schools must,
due west,
new left,
new test,
pku test,
school looked,
sou west,
you best,
you left,
you looked,
you missed,
you rest,
you loved,
school lunch,
cool it,
rule it,
school dist,
school lists,
stool test,
tool chest,
tool rest,
you last,
you lost,
cool as,
rule as,
rule has,
school as,
school has,
soul as,
soul has,
blue leg,
blue pus,
boot cut,
crew cuts,
food but,
fuel up,
group but,
group trust,
groups must,
loose smut

3 syllables:
hula skirt,
raoul looked,
booted out,
human height,
lucia white,
pupil ought,
rooted out,
tuba root,
qu'il est,
review lists,
booby hut,
cruel light,
doing just,
flew a kite,
fluid at,
gruesome sight,
human sight

4 syllables:
absolute trust,
masoola boat,
julia set,
ursula asked,
produces eight,
computed at,
concluded at,
conclusion it,
conclusion ought,
solution at,
solution ought,
conclusion sought,
julia might,
julia thought,
julia wrote

5 syllables:
resolution at,
resolution ought

Some other possibilities:

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