Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with deformity:

3 syllables:
for money,
more money,
or money,
store money,
for multi,
all money,
broad money,
call money,
draws money,
for fully,
more fully,
or fully,
small money,
sought money,
store dummy,
stored honey,
thought money,
horned deity,
board duties,
board money,
broad multi,
course money,
for duty,
for safety,
force money,
forget my,
formal lease,
formal leave,
george mcghee,
hoard money,
norma jeane,
norse deity,
or duties,
or duty,
or safety,
portia tree,
shore duty,
short money,
store honey,
though money,
warm fuzzy,
formal beauty,
format sheet,
format these,
normal teeth,
drawn buggy,
drawn fully,
shawn tully,
thought dully,
thought fully,
thought funny,
thought sophie,
for mary,
form any,
your money,
sorted by,
thwarted by,
walnut tree,
all duties,
all moneys,
board fully,
called money

4 syllables:
before money,
perform multi,
along muddy,
among money,
because money,
before fully,
explore fully,
withdraws money,
conform fully,
enforce safety,
extort money,
perform fully,
support money,
transport money,
withdraw money,
enormous steel,
enormous teeth,
perform duties,
perform safety,
performed duties,
reform fatigue,
support multi,
belong fully,
perform any,
perform heavy,
accorded by,
afforded by,
recorded by,
reported by,
storing honey,
supported by,
transported by,
absorb fully,
along dusty,
because safety,
before college

5 syllables:
unsupported by,
award money

Some other possibilities:

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Book See deformity used in context: 2 rhymes, 5 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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