Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with salinity:

3 syllables:
minute by,
minute teeth,
him money,
ling honey,
siml i,
his ally,
michael i,
philip i,
thick honey,
with honey,
cousin hetty,
cousin sophie,
cricket teal,
gin rummy,
his safety,
in money,
linda scheie,
nitta tree,
pin money,
spirit by,
visit by,
visit my,
finite realm,
finite trees,
in a heap,
in mufti,
in safety,
innate beauty,
minute piece,
minute scene,
minute these,
minute three,
minute wheel,
minutes by,
minutes each,
minutes they,
pinnate leaf,
winged putti,
witnessed by,
big muddy,
cousin nellie,
in any,
in heavy,
thick muddy,
beer money,
being fully,
being funny,
bring money,
cited by,
dear money,
fiddle de dee,
fitted by,
his money,
if money,
image by,
is money,
near money,
pouring money,
quick money,
rich buddy,
ship money,
simpl i,
spring a leak,
spring fully,
swiss money,
there money,
thing fully,
thing funny,
thing money,
this money,
tithe money,
touching appeal,
which money,
wiring money,
with money,
wring money

4 syllables:
virgin honey,
until lately,
in a hurry,
minute early,
amin idi,
adding money,
admitted by,
asking money,
clear money,
commit money,
committed by,
emitted by,
omitted by,
permitted by,
submitted by,
transmit money,
transmitted by,
until money,
addition they

5 syllables:
granadilla tree,
sapodilla tree,
acquisition by,
acquisition fee

Some other possibilities:

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