Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with collusory:

8 letters:
up every

9 letters:
but every,
has every,
let every,
was every

10 letters:
in hungary,
then every,
thus every,
when every

11 letters:
was utterly,
blood every,
brush every,
crush every,
drum memory,
flood every,
judge every,
stuff every,
truck every,
twice every,
bolus every,
expel every,
jesus every,
added every,
arise every,
ended every,
enoch emery

12 letters:
famous early,
mutton curry,
calabur tree,
helen gurley,
russia early,
grudge every,
stress every,
struck every,
this summary,
tongue every,
loved luxury,
added luxury,
royal luxury,
russia every,
advice every,
become every,
extra memory,
office every,
unless every,
quiet luxury

13 letters:
rural hungary,
britain early,
trouble early,
cullen murphy,
famous thirty,
press summary,
touches every,
young hickory,
royal hungary,
upper hungary,
fossa surgery,
genus circaea,
violent hurry,
italy summary

14 letters:
greatest hurry,
lncome summary,
rural missouri,
famous journey,
greatest early,
become utterly,
famous pottery,
u.s.a. summary,
venous surgery,
pignut hickory,
felice peretti,
greater luxury

15 letters:
beautiful early,
consulted early,
excellent early,
results summary

16 letters:
progress summary

17 letters:
bloodless surgery

Some other possibilities:

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