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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with slighting:

2 syllables:
ts'ai t'ing,
tai ping,
thigh being,
tribe being,
ts'ai ching,
bright being,
bright thing,
fight being,
flight being,
height being,
knight being,
light being,
light thing,
light touching,
night being,
night thing,
quite being,
quite touching,
right being,
right thing,
right wing,
sight being,
sight sing,
slight thing,
the right wing,
white being,
white thing,
white wing,
white tongue,
bride being,
bright in,
chloride being,
fight him,
fight in,
guide being,
height in,
knight in,
light in,
might in,
night in,
pride being,
quite in,
right in,
sight in,
site in,
slide being,
tight in,
tried being,
while aiding,
white in,
write him,
write in,
crime being,
crime ring,
drive being,
fight his,
fight is,
fight it,
fine thing,
flies being,
flight is,
fly tip,
height is,
knife being,
life being,
life ring,
light is,
light it,
like being,
like kings,
line being,
might hear,
might it

3 syllables:
abhai singh,
describe being,
briefly touching,
delight being,
favourite being,
favourite thing,
polite thing,
abide being,
delight in,
supplied being,
buyer being,
combine being,
decline being,
define being,
design being,
desire being,
divine being,
divine thing,
empire being

4 syllables:
appetite being,
appetite is,
entire being,
entire thing,
expertise being,
families being

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