Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with polity:

3 syllables:
comb honey,
russia by,
some money,
chief deity,
get lucky,
rural money,
stress safety,
struck lucky,
up a tree,
was lucky,
but lately,
has lately,
stress lately,
twice lately,
was lately,
philip i,
cut a deal,
double die,
fuck buddy,
baruch college,
blood money,
britain by,
buddha realm,
but money,
butt ugly,
can achieve,
can agree,
can appeal,
can fully,
chief appeal,
chief money,
couple league,
couple leave,
cuban heel,
double gee,
douglas mckie,
dumb bunny,
duncan i,
dutch money,
famous by,
famous scene,
famous siege,
fun money,
get money,
glove money,
has a leak,
has fully,
hush money,
hush puppy,
jesus by,
judge duffy,
judge mcghee,
lon chaney,
much money,
mud puppy,
plug ugly,
put money,
russia these,
russia three,
sprung a leak,
sprung fully,
struggle by,
such money,
tribal league,
trouble by

4 syllables:
become muddy,
extra money,
uncle buddy,
abdul azeez,
abdulla sheth,
added duties,
become multi,
extra duties,
extra fatigue,
extra safety,
office safety,
excellent teeth,
uncle eddie,
i tell a lie,
marcellus i,
uncle larry,
uncle lenny,
abided by,
eroded by,
added appeal,
added drily,
added money,
alice tully,
arusha peace,
asset money,
become fully,
clover honey,
extra supply,
honey honey,
money honey,
office appeal,
office fully,
office money,
office supply,
russia early

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