Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gluttony:

3 syllables:
but money,
get money,
put money,
blood money,
chief money,
dumb bunny,
duncan i,
dutch money,
fun money,
get lucky,
glove money,
hush money,
lon chaney,
much money,
rural money,
such money,
was funny,
was money,
when money,
comb honey,
currant money,
dust bunny,
some money,
stuffed bunny,
trust money,
britain by,
chief deity,
judge duffy,
mud puppy,
can fully,
douglas mckie,
fuck buddy,
has fully,
hush puppy,
judge mcghee,
sprung fully,
struck lucky,
was fully,
was lucky,
when fully,
young puppy,
get penny,
just any,
stuffed dummy,
judge dundy,
loved money,
bugs bunny,
but believe,
but lately,
buttressed by,
cuts a deal,
get busy,
justice by,
loves money,
lunch money

4 syllables:
asset money,
added money,
alice tully,
office money,
unless money,
urban money,
conduct money,
deduct money,
extra money,
fiat money,
greater money,
unspent money,
upfront money,
added drily,
become fully,
office fully,
uncle buddy,
unless fully,
collect honey,
commit money,
transmit money,
bloody funny,
bloody money,
farrukh dhondy,
refund money,
adjust fully,
adjusted by,
become muddy,
becomes money,
conduct fully,
conducted by,
confronted by,
consult fully,
consulted by,
corrupted by,
destruction by,
entrance money,
entrusted by,
funny money,
honey bunny,
lucky money,
major money

5 syllables:
equity money,
cigarette money

Some other possibilities:

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See gluttony used in context: 4 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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