Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with waggery:

3 syllables:
shall hurry,
black curly,
factor i,
lamb curry,
match query,
xpath query,
at early,
chapter i.,
class early,
gather early,
had early,
latter by,
manner by,
manner they,
matter by,
matter early,
nature by,
passer by,
rather by,
rather die,
rather early,
rather see,
rather they,
staff early,
that early,
dagger scene,
not hurry,
roger touhy,
black clergy,
black derby,
black jersey,
factor by,
factor vi,
factor xi,
frank hurley,
lacquer tree,
match queries,
range query,
xpath queries,
after by,
after each,
after early,
after my,
after they,
albert i,
and early,
answer by,
answer key,
answer my,
at drury,
at thirty,
cancer early,
capture by,
chapter by,
chapter vi,
chapter xi,
clabber cheese,
gather these,
gather three,
gathered by,
glass varies,
grand surrey,
had thirty,
hammer beam,
haver meal,
lamper eel,
latter leave,
latter piece,
latter reach,
latter realm,
latter scene,
latter theme,
latter these,
latter three,
manner roughly,
manner these,
manner three

4 syllables:
attack early,
japan early,
ad hoc query,
attack turkey,
attack varies,
attacked early,
attacked turkey,
classic early,
contact early,
factor ii,
unmatched query,
allow early,
catherine i,
chapter ii,
enhance early,
gather honey,
happy early,
hiram percy,
manner highly,
manner wholly

5 syllables:
alexander i,
alexander vi

6 syllables:
alexander ii

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