Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chalking:

6 letters:
sac is

7 letters:
at king,
back in,
jack in,
lack in,
pack in,
back if,
back is,
back it,
jack is

8 letters:
back in.,
black in,
crack in,
slack in,
track in,
at being,
back his,
black is,
stack is,
track is,
and king

9 letters:
black ink,
that king,
back here,
back kick,
bad thing,
snap ring,
back link,
last king,
attack in,
attack is,
attack it

10 letters:
black ring,
brass ring,
than being,
that being,
that thing,
attack him

11 letters:
black being,
black thing,
crack being,
stack being,
track being,
batch being,
brass being,
catch being,
chang ching,
chang t'ing,
class being,
class sings,
class thing,
glass being,
graph being,
grass being,
match being,
patch being,
shall wring,
staff being,
surat singh,
backs being,
bakht singh,
baksh singh,
black rings,
black wings,
blank being,
crank being,
flank being,
flask being,
frank being,
frank ching,
frank kings,
plank being,
shall cling,
shang kings,
takes being,
tract being,
japan being,
achaw singh,
exact thing,
jacob being

12 letters:
staff hiring,
zhang aiping,
black things,
blacks being,
cracks being,
tracks being,
attack being,
bikram singh,
chiang ching,
dharam singh,
potash being,
thakur singh

13 letters:
chiang ch'ing,
compass being,
attacks being,
contact being,
extract being,
abraham being

14 letters:
abstract being,
abstract thing

Some other possibilities:

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