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

7 letters:
any set

8 letters:
any well,
any self,
demi sel,
demi sec,
any help

9 letters:
bury them,
heavy set,
mary beth

10 letters:
fairy bell,
carry them,
hairy tare,
kerry hill

11 letters:
hairy cells,
heavy shell,
pretty well,
fairly well,
fairy bells,
heady smell,
heavy smell,
heavy swell,
jerry tells,
marie tells,
merry bells,
berry ville,
carry death,
dairy where,
ferry where,
hairy vetch,
marry where,
carry still,
cherry hill,
jerry still,
larry still,
marie salle,
marie still,
carry spare,
eerie sense,
mary sewell,
maria delle,
mary astell,
terry semel,
every shell

12 letters:
jessie belle,
pretty shell,
quelli delle,
pretty swell,
sweaty smell,
carry health,
barry scheck,
heavy shells,
prairie soil,
series dealt,
series helps,
series tells,
belly swells,
carry twelve,
henry sewell,
marie ursule,
binary level,
binary metal

13 letters:
married belle,
denied health,
prairie where,
pretty shells,
shelley tells,
belly swelled,
library cells,
library shelf,
carry herself,
marie herself,
marry herself,
various cells,
granary where,
library chair,
library where,
library still,
barry farrell,
betty herself

14 letters:
fare thee well,
serious health,
various health,
leathery shell,
prettier shell,
whereas health,
salivary cells,
necessary evil,
salutary check,
culinary skill

15 letters:
accessory cells,
necessary check,
necessary death,
necessary share,
necessary where,
necessary skill,
necessary still

16 letters:
malmesbury tells,
necessary wealth,
necessary health

17 letters:
precarious health

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