Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with elusory:

2 syllables:
be busy,
thus see

3 syllables:
stress early,
thus early,
was early,
blood early,
but early,
chief curry,
chief early,
clover key,
collar tie,
color by,
conger eel,
cover early,
greater ease,
major early,
major key,
mature early,
mother by,
mother early,
other by,
other early,
other key,
other they,
some early,
struck early,
such early,
suffer by,
suffer early,
summer heat,
summer they,
supper early,
thither by,
up early,
whither they,
closer these,
sliced turkey,
stress varies,
click query,
tearing hurry,
a busy,
are busy,
as busy,
his early,
is early,
paris early,
please hurry,
press early,
this early,
this query,
tracer y,
comes early,
has varied,
was thirty,
was varied,
was worried,
was worthy,
blood varies,
brother keith,
brother leave,
brother three,
brush turkey,
butter bean,
butter cheese,
chief earthly,
chief worries,
clover leaf,
clover tree

4 syllables:
advice early,
arise early,
office early,
unless early,
added early,
begun early,
ended early,
extra thirty,
greater hurry,
uncle ernie,
extra early,
office varies,
royal surrey,
sea spurry,
access query,
assess early,
professor dewey,
success early,
fuzzy query,
abdul kareem,
acqua vergine,
added thirty,
awful hurry,
become dirty,
become worried,
become worthy,
begun thirty,
brother eddie,
brother harry,
clover honey

5 syllables:
officer hurried,
accurate early

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