Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with unity:

3 syllables:
human knee,
new money,
threw money,
you money,
feu duty,
juba i,
moon buggy,
new duties,
units by,
croo monkey,
human need,
loose money,
newman neame,
school buddy,
school money,
ssu ma chien,
group achieve,
group agree,
new college,
prove fully,
too busy,
true fungi,
truth fully,
views agree,
views fully,
you believe,
you receive,
unit by,
human beauty,
human teeth,
boojum tree,
buccal teeth,
dune buggies,
ewa beach,
food safety,
fruit chutney,
prove safety,
rooted teeth,
rooted tree,
school duties,
school safety,
student teach,
tulip tree,
union by,
you achieve,
you agree

4 syllables:
triune deity,
withdrew money,
produce honey,
hapuna beach,
laguna beach,
reduce safety,
review safety,
undue fatigue,
lunar deity,
assume fully,
computed by,
concluded by,
diluted by,
excluded by,
polluted by,
precluded by,
produce money,
reduce money,
refuse money,
refuted by,
remove money,
approval by,
conclusion by,
confusion by,
julius i,
pollution by,
produce fully,
reduce supply,
removal by,
renewed appeal,
solution by,
uva ursi,
assume duties,
assumed duties,
jeunesse doree,
produce multi,
acute fatigue,
funeral leave,
produce fatigue,
produces beauty,
puka inti,
reduce duties,
reduce fatigue

5 syllables:
absolute deity,
community by,
absolute money,
evolution by,
resolution by,
community who,
absolute duties,
absolute safety

6 syllables:
ajaokuta steel

Some other possibilities:

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