Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with laxity:

3 syllables:
black money,
francis i,
francis i.,
basel i,
crash safety,
lacks appeal,
lacks money,
mack connie,
paschal i,
staff safety,
takes a leak,
takes fully,
takes money,
taxes by,
axle tree,
brass money,
cap money,
cash money,
class money,
class musci,
grand duchy,
had fully,
had money,
hat money,
mad money,
shall fully,
sprang fully,
than money,
that fully,
that money,
what money,
takes heavy,
acted by,
abbas i,
action by,
action they,
and duties,
angle tie,
bank money,
black monkey,
cap a pie,
frank duffy,
frank mcgee,
had lately,
hansa league,
lacked appeal,
lacked money,
match supply,
matzah meal,
practice by,
practice they,
ralph hawtrey,
sac fungi,
shall safely,
shall supply,
staff duties,
staff fully,
that duty,
that supply,
acad sci,
black studies,
jackson diehl,
maggot pie,
track studies,
and safety,
asked sophie,
asked susie,
backup piece,
banks agree,
banks supply,
black college,
blacks agreed,
blacks believe,
blacks receive,
class appeal

4 syllables:
extract honey,
abstract deity,
enhance safety,
relax fully,
amass money,
combat money,
japan fully,
attracted by,
contacted by,
enacted by,
extracted by,
reacted by,
advance money,
attract money,
combat duties,
combat fatigue,
exact money,
extract money,
francis ii,
nature deity,
ramses ii,
reaction by,
attack cities,
attracts money,
basel ii

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