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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with squashing:

2 syllables:
huang ching,
lodge being,
not touching,
notch being,
wash in,
watch being,
block being,
both being,
cause being,
choir being,
clock being,
flock being,
from being,
from king,
god king,
hog ring,
huang hsing,
huang t'ing,
john king,
lock ring,
not being,
not ring,
not sing,
odd thing,
prom king,
scott being,
shock being,
square being,
square thing,
stock being,
stop being,
wash his,
wash it,
harsh thing,
lodge in,
notch in,
straw being,
though being,
trough being,
watch him,
watch in,
bar in,
block in,
bog in,
bom in,
bomb in,
both him,
both in,
calm in,
car in,
cause him,
cause in,
clock in,
crop in,
dob in,
dog in,
drop in,
far in,
from him,
from in,
god in,
got him,
got in,
hot in,
job in,
john in,
knock in,
knot in,
lock in,
log in,
lot in,
not him,
not in,
plot in,
pop in,
pot in,
rob him,
rock in,
rod in,
rot in


3 syllables:
bizarre thing,
passage being,
bizarre things,
jiang qing,
thakar singh,
hsiao ching,
enough being,
enough thing,
pao ting,
passage in,
awake in,
compare in,
declare in,
iran in,
iraq in,
o'clock in,
passage is,
prepare him


4 syllables:
jawahar singh,
sawai singh


Some other possibilities:

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