Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pinkly:

6 letters:
in key,
is key,
it lie,
in dry

7 letters:
risk by,
big lie,
his key,
king by,
tick by

8 letters:
think my,
whisk by,
being by,
being my,
bring my,
is clean,
it clean,
king bee,
stick by,
swing by,
thing by,
this key,
with key,
with lee,
him free,
him very,
dinky di

9 letters:
with glee,
milk whey,
ming tree,
things by,
linked by,
split key,
which lie,
him three,
in beauty

10 letters:
think they,
being free,
being very,
is roughly,
trygve lie,
string tie,
thick knee,
thing they,
think very,
trick knee,
were clean,
with clean,
asking why

11 letters:
being clean,
bring clean,
drink clean,
being three,
bring three,
thing three,
things they,
8-bit clean,
8 bit clean,
bring sleep,
drink cheap,
drink these,
drink three,
spill clean,
think peace,
think piece,
think sheet,
think these,
think three,
thinks they,
climb three,
until clean,
going clean

12 letters:
spring clean,
bring beauty,
firing three,
hiring three,
spring three,
string three,
spring creek,
spring queen,
thing surely,
things leave,
were roughly,
adding three,
asking three,
adding cream,
appear clean,
asking leave,
berlin three,
gagarin yuri

13 letters:
being roughly,
split roughly,
spring beauty,
which roughly,
pouring cream,
being cleaned,
adding beauty,
until roughly,
lying roughly

14 letters:
appear roughly

15 letters:
touching beauty

Some other possibilities:

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