Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gosling:

2 syllables:
cause sloughing,
cause being,
block being,
both being,
choir being,
clock being,
flock being,
from being,
from king,
god king,
hog ring,
huang ching,
huang hsing,
huang t'ing,
john king,
lock ring,
lodge being,
not being,
not ring,
not sing,
not touching,
notch being,
odd thing,
prom king,
scott being,
shock being,
square being,
square thing,
stock being,
stop being,
watch being,
blocks being,
caste being,
crops being,
drops being,
france being,
hot link,
knots being,
locks being,
most touching,
plots being,
rocks being,
scots being,
shops being,
shots being,
slots being,
spots being,
star sting,
stocks being,
stops being,
topps chewing,
brass being,
brass ring,
class being,
class thing,
cross being,
glass being,
grass being,
house being,
mouse being,
shock lung,
spouse being,
bombs being,
bronze being,
caste in,
cause tearing,
cause things,
caused being,
cost him,
cost in,
host in,
karl linne,
lost him,
lost in,
modes being,
mosque in,
most in,
rock climb,
squares being,
stars being,
tossed in,
wazir singh,
barge being

3 syllables:
jiang qing,
passage being,
thakar singh,
ballots being,
bizarre thing,
response being,
compass being,
females being,
alarm being,
apart being,
bada bing,
bother being

4 syllables:
jawahar singh,
sawai singh,
another being,
another thing,
bhawani singh

Some other possibilities:

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See gosling used in context: 2 Shakespeare works

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