Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with policing:

8 letters:
alike in

9 letters:
not lying,
hog tying

10 letters:
not liking,
car racing,
not trying,
not taking,
or writing,
promise in,
promise is

11 letters:
alike being,
block lying,
top slicing,
watch lying,
not writing,
for writing,
from making,
star rating,
heart lying,
rocks lying,
stars lying,
start lying,
sawai singh

12 letters:
from writing,
lodge dining,
not fighting,
start hiding,
start hiking,
start typing,
stock piling,
though lying,
cause mixing,
shops lining,
start liking,
start lining,
house siding,
your writing,
blocks lying,
dual pricing,
jawala singh,
father lying,
strata lying

13 letters:
promise being,
cock fighting,
block pricing,
block sliding,
cause sliding,
godlike being,
stock pricing,
caught hiding,
stopped lying,
nascar racing,
bother hiding,
barely hiding,
cotton lining,
before riding,
volume mixing,
chicago lying

14 letters:
somme fighting,
stopped hiding,
stopped typing,
terrace dining,
harsh lighting,
stopped liking,
though writing,
before writing,
enough writing

15 letters:
though fighting,
composite being,
composite thing,
proper lighting,
scholar writing,
enough fighting

Some other possibilities:

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