Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sparsity:

3 syllables:
hard alee,
basil i,
guard duties,
guard duty,
heart susie,
market by,
scarce money,
scarce supply,
conrad i,
large safety,
block chevy,
cause money,
cob money,
hot money,
knock rummy,
not fully,
not funny,
not money,
osman i,
othman i,
stock money,
scarce any,
guarded by,
started by,
started my,
cause fatigue,
charge money,
charges by,
choir college,
clark college,
clarke college,
data by,
data they,
dharma realm,
dharma wheel,
france agree,
from duty,
hard done by,
hard money,
heart fully,
large money,
marsh buggy,
not safely,
not supply,
olaf i,
olav i,
park chung hee,
partial key,
scots money,
smart money,
square college,
stock supply,
thomas y.,
for safety,
norse deity,
or safety,
your safety,
charles hawtrey,
harald i,
carpet weed,
charlotte steeh,
chosen by,
clara reeve,
clara wieck,
fossil teeth,
gonna teach,
large multi,
large supply,
largest teeth,
losses by,
mahwa tree,
market reach,
market scene

4 syllables:
madame sophie,
prepare fully,
embrace fully,
passage money,
bombarded by,
regarded by,
retarded by,
borrow money,
bourgeois critique,
canada by,
damasus i,
gerard ruggie,
martha honey,
modsim ii,
natale conti,
proper deity,
quasi tutti,
regard money,
responses by,
sargon ii,
enforce safety,
compare studies,
prepare studies,
follow safety,
garcia jerry,
market early

5 syllables:
aligarh college

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