Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with collusory:

4 syllables:
rural hungary,
famous early,
greatest hurry,
beautiful early,
britain early,
lncome summary,
mutton curry,
trouble early,
rural missouri,
calabur tree,
cullen murphy,
famous journey,
famous thirty,
greatest early,
helen gurley,
russia early,
was utterly,
blood every,
brush every,
but every,
crush every,
drum memory,
flood every,
grudge every,
has every,
in hungary,
judge every,
let every,
press summary,
stress every,
struck every,
stuff every,
then every,
this summary,
thus every,
tongue every,
touches every,
truck every,
twice every,
up every,
was every,
when every,
young hickory,
loved luxury

5 syllables:
royal hungary,
added luxury,
bolus every,
royal luxury,
expel every,
russia every,
upper hungary,
become utterly,
consulted early,
excellent early,
famous pottery,
fossa surgery,
genus circaea,
jesus every,
results summary,
u.s.a. summary,
venous surgery,
violent hurry,
added every,
advice every,
arise every,
become every,
ended every,
enoch emery,
extra memory,
office every,
pignut hickory,
progress summary,
unless every,
bloodless surgery,
felice peretti,
greater luxury,
quiet luxury

6 syllables:
italy summary

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