Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with waggery:

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

9 letters:
had early,
latter by,
manner by,
matter by,
nature by,
passer by,
rather by,
not hurry,
factor by,
factor vi,
factor xi,
and early,
answer by,
answer my,
at thirty,
factor ii

10 letters:
lamb curry,
chapter i.,
rather die,
rather see,
that early,
after each,
after they,
answer key,
capture by,
chapter by,
chapter vi,
chapter xi,
had thirty,
haver meal,
lamper eel,
chapter ii

11 letters:
shall hurry,
black curly,
match query,
xpath query,
class early,
manner they,
rather they,
staff early,
roger touhy,
black derby,
range query,
after early,
gathered by,
hammer beam,
japan early,
allow early,
catherine i,
happy early,
hiram percy,
alexander i

12 letters:
gather early,
matter early,
rather early,
dagger scene,
black clergy,
black jersey,
frank hurley,
lacquer tree,
cancer early,
gather these,
gather three,
glass varies,
grand surrey,
latter leave,
latter piece,
latter reach,
latter realm,
latter scene,
latter theme,
latter these,
latter three,
manner these,
manner three,
attack early,
ad hoc query,
gather honey,
alexander vi,
alexander ii

13 letters:
match queries,
xpath queries,
attack turkey,
attack varies,
classic early,
contact early,
enhance early,
manner highly,
manner wholly

14 letters:
clabber cheese,
manner roughly,
attacked early

15 letters:
attacked turkey,
unmatched query

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