Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pinkly:

2 syllables:
being roughly,
think my,
think they,
being clean,
bring clean,
drink clean,
spring clean,
with glee,
being free,
being three,
being very,
bring beauty,
bring three,
firing three,
hiring three,
is roughly,
milk whey,
ming tree,
risk by,
split roughly,
spring beauty,
spring three,
string three,
thing three,
things by,
things they,
touching beauty,
trygve lie,
which roughly,
whisk by,
big lie,
in key,
8-bit clean,
8 bit clean,
being by,
being my,
bring my,
bring sleep,
drink cheap,
drink these,
drink three,
his key,
is clean,
is key,
it clean,
it lie,
king bee,
king by,
linked by,
pouring cream,
spill clean,
split key,
spring creek,
spring queen,
stick by,
string tie,
swing by,
thick knee,
thing by,
thing surely,
thing they,
things leave,
think peace,
think piece,
think sheet,
think these,
think three,
think very,
thinks they,
this key,
tick by,
trick knee,
were clean,
were roughly,
which lie,
with clean,
with key,
with lee,
being cleaned,
climb three,
him free,
him three,
him very,
in beauty,
in dry

3 syllables:
adding beauty,
adding three,
asking three,
until roughly,
adding cream,
appear clean,
appear roughly,
asking why,
dinky di,
lying roughly,
until clean,
asking leave,
berlin three,
gagarin yuri,
going clean

Some other possibilities:

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