Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sharply:

2 syllables:
art by,
art my,
card key,
charge by,
charles i,
charles i.,
charles xi,
comp sci,
far cry,
hard by,
heart by,
march by,
mark by,
mark my,
par three,
part by,
part they,
part vi,
scott schley,
square three,
start by,
four ply,
arp jean,
drop by,
far they,
harp seal,
heart leaf,
larvae leave,
not lie,
not please,
part i.,
pot pie,
sharp cheese,
sharp teeth,
squash pie,
star key,
stop by,
drop leaf,
far piece,
rock beauty,
sharp clean,
sharp leaves,
sharp piece,
square league,
square piece,
block three,
blocked by,
bob cousy,
both very,
box by,
capped by,
cause three,
cause worry,
caused by,
cost by,
dropped by,
drops by,
france by,
from free,
from three,
from tree,
from very,
god tree,
golf tee,
got three,
got very,
hop tree,
jobs they,
knock three,
locked knee,
lost by,
lost my,
month by,
month three,
most by,
not cry,
not dry,
not free,
not three,
not very,
not worry,
once by,
once my,
once they

3 syllables:
harper lee,
a far cry,
apart by,
compare three,
declare three,
prepare three,
arthur lee,
declare clean,
john paul i,
tamale pie,
declare peace,
omar i,
embrace three,
o'clock three,
passage three

4 syllables:
valdemar i

Some other possibilities:

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See sharply used in context: 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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