Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with officially:

3 syllables:
his ally,
michael i,
siml i,
him money,
ling honey,
philip i,
thick honey,
with honey,
bysshe shelley,
kitchen lee,
which fully,
being fully,
fiddle de dee,
fitzhugh lee,
is fully,
it fully,
little by,
little ease,
little heed,
little league,
little they,
michel ney,
sheer relief,
simpl i,
spring a leak,
spring fully,
still fully,
still lovely,
there fully,
thing fully,
triple league,
were fully,
parish relief,
cousin nellie,
fresh honey,
russia by,
rich buddy,
which agree,
which appeal,
which money,
beer money,
being funny,
big muddy,
bitten by,
bring money,
chicken pie,
cited by,
cousin sophie,
cricket teal,
dear money,
device by,
fitted by,
gin rummy,
given by,
given my

4 syllables:
official league,
official leave,
virgin honey,
addition they,
admission fee,
appear fully,
commission by,
commit fully,
condition by,
ignition key,
tradition by,
transmission by,
until fully,
until lately,
issue fully,
mission early,
official peace,
official seal,
official theme,
i tell a lie,
decision by,
division by,
provision by,
religion by,
religious scene,
adding money,
admitted by,
appear fuzzy,
asking money,
avila beach,
clear money,
clear sunny,
commit money,
committed by,
cyrus ii,
emitted by,
forbidden by

5 syllables:
acquisition by,
acquisition fee,
definition by,
ambitious early,
commission early,
condition early,
criteria by

Some other possibilities:

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