Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tooth shell:

2 syllables:
smooth shells,
fuel cell,
school bell,
soon fell,
tube well,
you smell,
blue bell,
dew cell,
few well,
knew well,
smooth cells,
smooth swell,
too well,
truth tells,
you sell,
you tell,
you well,
threw shells,
truth will,
booth where,
bruce tells,
choose share,
freud tells,
fuel cells,
group dealt,
group share,
school bells,
screw thread,
smooth where,
true threat,
truth set,
truth where,
views share,
truth shall,
choose health,
croom helm,
drew them,
freud dealt,
group health,
knew them,
loose cells,
new cells,
new self,
school health,
threw them,
true self,
truth dwells,
view them,
views health,
you felt,
you share,
food will,
gnu fdl,
group will,
room full,
room will,
rule will,
school will,
soon will,
soul will,
use will,
you still,
choose check,
truth helps,
you help

3 syllables:
remove shells,
approved health,
balloon cells,
doing well,
maroon bells,
produce wealth,
qu'une telle,
reduced health,
remove cells,
spherule cells,
tumor cell,
acute health,
commune health,
produce cells,
produce health,
reduce health,
renewed health,
truth to tell,
undue share,
abuse still,
produce still,
reduce still,
review still,
bedroom chair,
jewish health,
review health

4 syllables:
absolute share,
absolute wealth,
lacunar cell,
absolute health,
absolute check

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