Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with olfactory:

2 syllables:
black tie,
pact i

3 syllables:
factor i,
chapter i.,
factor by,
factor vi,
factor xi,
lamb curry,
match query,
xpath query,
black derby,
after by,
after each,
after early,
after my,
after they,
black clergy,
black jersey,
chapter by,
chapter vi,
chapter xi,
master key,
passed early,
plant early,
shall hurry,
asked early,
asked ernie,
at early,
black curly,
factor these,
factor three,
latter by,
matter by,
matter early,
that early,
tract varies,
tractor beam,
tractor feed,
tractor wheel,
and early,
at drury,
grand surrey,
planned early,
albert i,
answer by,
answer key,
answer my,
at thirty,
cancer early,
capture by,
frank hurley,
glass varies,
had thirty,
lamper eel,
match queries,
plans early,
range query,
shall journey,
staff varies,
than thirty,
that journey,
that thirty,
that varies,
xpath queries,
act ii,
doctor early,
not hurry,
talk turkey,
talked turkey,
victor i,
had early,
after peace,
after piece,
after scene,
after these,
after three

4 syllables:
attack turkey,
attacked early,
attacked turkey,
contact early,
factor ii,
attack varies,
chapter ii,
unmatched query,
attack early,
contact varies,
factor vii,
factor xii,
enhance early,
hiram percy,
ad hoc query,
advanced early,
advanced query,
after any,
after eighty,
after harry,
after heavy

5 syllables:
alexander i,
alexander vi

6 syllables:
alexander ii

Some other possibilities:

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