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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with degaussing:

2 syllables:
straw being,
though being,
trough being,
cross being,
clause being,
cross in,
loss in,
toss in,
all being,
boss is,
caught being,
chong shing,
cross is,
cross it,
draught being,
drawn being,
fault being,
for being,
for king,
fore wing,
fourth thing,
fraud being,
gauge being,
loss is,
more thing,
or being,
or king,
or thing,
sauce is,
saw things,
score being,
shore being,
small thing,
stalk being,
store being,
strong thing,
though things,
thought being,
vault being,
wrong being,
wrong thing,
corps being,
corpse being,
course being,
cross firing,
cross link,
false thing,
force being,
horse being,
moss pink,
source being,
stalks being,
talks being,
though spring,
thoughts being,
clause in,
flaws in,
laws in,
pause in,
though young,
all in,
auch in,
ball in,
bore him,
bore in,
broad in,
call him,
call in,
caught him,
caught in,
clause is,
core in,
crawl in,
dawn in


3 syllables:
because being,
adore being,
assault being,
before being,
before hiring,
default being,
favour being,
recall being,
vapour being,
achaw singh,
chaupa singh,
divorce being,
because in,
bizarre thing,
enough being,
enough thing,
hsiao ching,
pao ting,
along in,
because here,
because his,
because if,
because it,
before him,
before in,
belong in


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