Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with machinery:

2 syllables:
the skinny

3 syllables:
tearing hurry,
click query,
dinner early,
in early,
being early,
being hurried,
bring early,
spring early,
string query,
tim curry,
cipher key,
click queries,
differ by,
his early,
is early,
killer bee,
kipper tie,
paris early,
richard dewey,
richard i,
river by,
river early,
still early,
there early,
thick curly,
this early,
this query,
victor i,
were early,
which early,
with early,
with thirty,
clear by,
clear early,
clear why,
cousin percy,
dined early,
dinner scene,
dinner three,
in thirty,
in turkey,
inner beauty,
inner cheek,
inner peace,
inner piece,
inner realm,
inner scene,
inner sheath,
inner sheet,
inner teeth,
inner three,
inner wheel,
signed early,
since early,
thinner sheet,
winter they,
being thirty,
being varied,
being worried,
being worthy,
bring thirty,
bring turkey,
chris murphy,
his mercy,
sheer mercy,
shrimp curry,
spring journey,
thing earthly,
thing worried,
thing worries,
thing worthy,
things early,
think early,
tiring journey,
with mercy

4 syllables:
berlin early,
in a hurry,
appear early,
astir early,
career early,
consider each,
consider early,
consider my,
deliver early,
submit query,
until early,
inner query,
begun early,
asking mercy,
doing early,
dying early,
going early,
growing early,
showing early,
stirring early,
appear blurry,
appear dirty

5 syllables:
offering early,
reviewing early

Some other possibilities:

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