Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with salinity:

6 letters:
siml i,
in any

7 letters:
simpl i

8 letters:
his ally,
philip i,
in money,
visit by,
visit my,
in mufti,
in heavy,
cited by,
if money,
image by,
is money,
amin idi

9 letters:
minute by,
him money,
michael i,
gin rummy,
pin money,
spirit by,
in a heap,
in safety,
big muddy,
fitted by,
his money

10 letters:
ling honey,
with honey,
his safety,
nitta tree,
minutes by,
beer money,
dear money,
near money,
rich buddy,
ship money,
this money,
with money,
in a hurry,
emitted by,
omitted by

11 letters:
thick honey,
thick muddy,
being fully,
being funny,
bring money,
quick money,
swiss money,
there money,
thing fully,
thing funny,
thing money,
tithe money,
which money,
wring money,
admitted by,
clear money,
until money

12 letters:
minute teeth,
cousin hetty,
cricket teal,
linda scheie,
finite realm,
finite trees,
minute piece,
minute scene,
minute these,
minute three,
minute wheel,
minutes each,
minutes they,
pinnate leaf,
winged putti,
witnessed by,
spring fully,
wiring money,
virgin honey,
until lately,
minute early,
adding money,
asking money,
commit money,
committed by,
permitted by,
submitted by

13 letters:
cousin sophie,
innate beauty,
cousin nellie,
fiddle de dee,
pouring money,
spring a leak,
addition they

14 letters:
transmit money,
transmitted by,
sapodilla tree,
acquisition by

15 letters:
touching appeal,
granadilla tree,
acquisition fee

Some other possibilities:

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