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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with baffling:

3 syllables:
graph using,
staff using,
shall fling,
at using,
cache using,
claddagh ring,
class using,
dhanna singh,
glass using,
jacob being,
jassa singh,
laugh coming,
match using,
natha singh,
patch using,
sarah being,
scratch using,
stack using,
than nothing,
than using,
that using,
track coming,
track using,
achal singh,
allele being,
apple being,
baghel singh,
barrel being,
battle being,
castle being,
cattle being,
channel being,
craft using,
dalel singh,
draft using,
fragile being,
fragile thing,
graft using,
graphed using,
graphs using,
panel being,
saddle being,
shaft using,
staff coming,
staff running,
travel being,
battle in,
cattle in,
channel in,
dabble in,
panel in,
travel in,
add nothing,
allen being,
and adding,
and using,
annum being,
ashes being,
at nothing,
bachan singh,
balak singh,
banda singh,
banta singh,
barren thing,
battle is,
bhagat singh,
black pudding,
blank using,
brahman being,
branch using,
brass rubbing,
canna think,
cannon being,
castle is,
catch a wink,
catch nothing,
chanda singh,
channel is,
class coming,
class something,
classes being,
crack running


4 syllables:
attack coming,
attack using,
japan using,
cattle lowing,
cattle lying,
enamel being,
japan whaling,
abstract using,
advance using,
allow using,
alloy using,
attached using,
attacked using,
attacks using,
bladder using,
contact using


5 syllables:
affidavit being


Some other possibilities:

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See baffling used in context: 5 poetry verses, 13 definitions

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