Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with quirky:

2 syllables:
fur die,
her by,
her knee,
her my,
her see,
her they,
her why,
stern knee,
church key,
her cry,
turn key,
work by,
work shy,
work they,
birth these,
birth three,
bur reed,
church by,
der zeit,
dirt pie,
durch die,
earth by,
earth these,
earth three,
flour wheat,
fur piece,
fur seal,
heard by,
heard my,
her beauty,
her cheek,
her deep,
her feel,
her feet,
her free,
her knees,
her leave,
her need,
her niece,
her peace,
her real,
her seat,
her teeth,
her three,
her very,
hurt by,
hurt my,
learn by,
myrrh tree,
per week,
search by,
spur wheel,
spurred by,
stirred by,
term by,
third by,
turn by,
turn my,
verse by,
word by,
word they,
worn by,
worse by,
worth these,
worth three,
wurde diese,
clerk keeps,
durch keine,
earn keep

3 syllables:
offer by,
offer my,
uber die,
return key,
uber geek,
clear by,
clear why,
ember week,
fire by,
layer by,
offer cheap,
offer peace,
offer sheet,
offer these,
offer three,
offered by,
power by,
power they,
research by,
return by,
return they,
transferred by,
unearth these,
adder creek,
cipher key,
clear sky,
clover key,
feature key,
major key

4 syllables:
conferred by,
another key

Some other possibilities:

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