Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with brush turkey:

3 syllables:
front early,
major key,
but early,
clover key,
other key,
young turkeys,
judge murphy,
judge perry,
judge worthy,
under early,
under my,
wonder they,
wonder why,
comes early,
culture by,
culture early,
duroc jersey,
glen burnie,
humbert i,
lunch early,
number by,
rupture early,
some thirty,
structure by,
structure early,
was thirty,
was worthy,
enter key,
flourished early,
blood early,
major early,
mature early,
such early,
chief curry,
chief early,
cluster bean,
cluster these,
cluster three,
collar tie,
color by,
cover early,
custard pie,
mother by,
mother early,
number keys,
other by,
other early,
other they,
parents early,
sergeant murphy,
sergeant perry,
some early,
stress early,
struck early,
suffer by,
suffer early,
summer they,
supper early,
thither by,
thus early,
trust worthy,
up early,
was early,
whither they,
brother keith,
butter bean,
butter cheese,
cutter teeth,
cutter wheel,
deter these,
flutter wheel,
greater beauty,
greater need,
greater peace

4 syllables:
product early,
become dirty,
ireland early,
added thirty,
become worthy,
begun thirty,
ended thirty,
uncle bernie,
uncle bertie,
uncle percy,
uncle perry,
added early,
ended early,
advice early,
arise early,
begun early,
conduct worthy,
extra thirty,
office early,
results early,
uncle ernie,
unless early,
character key,
extra early

5 syllables:
recurrent early,
accurate early

Some other possibilities:

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