Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hostelry:

3 syllables:
hosted by,
boston three,
gotta worry,
hosted three,
not agree,
basil i,
most fully,
france agree,
partial key,
started by,
started my,
wanted by,
wanted my,
hard alee,
model by,
bottle feed,
chosen by,
constans i,
cottage pie,
donald dewey,
fossil teeth,
giant multi,
harald i,
losses by,
mahwa tree,
most humbly,
most lovely,
not fully,
novel by,
quantum realm,
started three,
startled by,
wanted three,
model three,
boston cream,
boston marine,
bottle creek,
bottle green,
bottle trees,
bottom three,
chosen three,
cost money,
data by,
data they,
fossil creek,
fossil marine,
fossil reefs,
fossil trees,
gotten three,
guarded by,
hard done by,
heart fully,
hostile chiefs,
hostile fleet,
hostile speech,
london by,
lost money,
natal teeth,
not agreed,
not hungry,
novel three

4 syllables:
accosted by,
embrace fully,
hostile areas,
adopted by,
horace busby,
canada dry,
canada three,
adopted three,
boston early,
boston ivy,
closely agree,
martin harry,
party agree,
possible by,
prepare fully,
wanted harry,
bombarded by,
bottle ready,
colossal piece,
father tully,
hostess trolley,
hostile alien,
mostly agree,
papaya tree,
possible reach,
possible three,
quantal theory,
quasi tutti,
regarded by,
responded by,
retarded by

5 syllables:
horizontal reach,
horizontal beam,
horizontal piece,
horizontal sheet,
horizontal wheel,
horizontal crease

6 syllables:
horizontal areas

Some other possibilities:

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