Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with olfactory:

6 letters:
pact i,
act ii

8 letters:
factor i,
after by,
after my,
at early,
at drury,
albert i,
victor i

9 letters:
black tie,
factor by,
factor vi,
factor xi,
latter by,
matter by,
and early,
answer by,
answer my,
at thirty,
not hurry,
had early,
factor ii,
after any

10 letters:
chapter i.,
lamb curry,
after each,
after they,
chapter by,
chapter vi,
chapter xi,
master key,
that early,
answer key,
capture by,
had thirty,
lamper eel,
chapter ii,
factor vii,
factor xii

11 letters:
match query,
xpath query,
black derby,
after early,
plant early,
shall hurry,
asked early,
asked ernie,
black curly,
plans early,
range query,
than thirty,
that thirty,
that varies,
talk turkey,
after peace,
after piece,
after scene,
after these,
after three,
hiram percy,
after harry,
after heavy,
alexander i

12 letters:
black clergy,
black jersey,
passed early,
factor these,
factor three,
matter early,
tract varies,
tractor beam,
tractor feed,
grand surrey,
cancer early,
frank hurley,
glass varies,
staff varies,
that journey,
doctor early,
attack early,
ad hoc query,
after eighty,
alexander vi,
alexander ii

13 letters:
tractor wheel,
planned early,
match queries,
shall journey,
xpath queries,
talked turkey,
attack turkey,
contact early,
attack varies,
enhance early

14 letters:
attacked early,
contact varies,
advanced early,
advanced query

15 letters:
attacked turkey,
unmatched query

Some other possibilities:

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