Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with curtsey:

2 syllables:
dirt pie,
hurt by,
hurt my,
myrrh tree,
first see,
her see,
heard by,
heard my,
spurred by,
stirred by,
third by,
word by,
word they,
birth three,
church by,
church key,
durch die,
earth by,
earth three,
her beauty,
her cry,
her free,
her three,
her very,
learn by,
search by,
term by,
turn by,
turn key,
turn my,
verse by,
work by,
work shy,
work they,
worn by,
worse by,
worth three,
fur die,
third scene,
birch tree,
birth scene,
birth sign,
burnt by,
church scene,
dirt cheap,
earth sign,
fern seed,
first by,
first they,
first try,
her by,
her knee,
her my,
her they,
her why,
learnt by,
myrrh trees,
search tree,
stern knee,
worked by,
works by,
younger trees,
first scene,
first seem,
first seen,
first sign,
fur seal,
her seat,
her teeth,
shirt seemed,
shirt sleeve,
words by,
words they,
bird feed,
burned by

3 syllables:
offered by,
transferred by,
offer three,
research by,
return by,
return key,
return they,
uber die,
assert these,
clearly see,
fire tree,
offer by,
offer my,
research scene,
reversed by,
experts seemed,
experts speak,
experts worry,
affirmed by,
afford these,
afford three,
concerned by

4 syllables:
conferred by,
acquired by,
conferred these

Some other possibilities:

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