Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with wring hands:

2 syllables:
string bands,
swing bands,
thing hangs,
big bands,
his lands,
it adds,
shear bands,
thick bands,
this adds,
which adds,
with bands,
aiding and,
being and,
cousin agnes,
firing and,
hiring and,
king and,
ring and,
routing and,
sing and,
singh and,
spring and,
string and,
swing and,
thing and,
thing stands,
touching and,
wing and,
rural lands,
this sounds,
it hangs,
still hangs,
there hangs,
which hangs,
being hanged,
split halves,
spring calves,
flung lands,
string sounds,
thing sounds,
whirring sounds,
chin and,
cousin and,
dim and,
din and,
gin and,
grim and,
grin and,
him and,
in. and,
in and,
in hand,
inn and,
jim and,
kim and,
kin and,
limb and,
min and,
pin and,
rim and,
shin pads,
sin and,
skin and,
slim and,
spin and,
spring lambs,
swim and,
thin and

3 syllables:
demand as,
demand has,
virgin lands,
clear bands,
his and hers,
island as,
island has,
island whose,
adding and,
blowing sands,
growing lands,
lying lands,
extra bands,
adding sounds,
baying hounds,
allyn and,
benign and,
berlin and,
demand cause,
demand hours,
demand shows,
demand these,
demand those,
demand was,
demands as,
demands whose,
inner lands,
resin and,
resin glands

4 syllables:
surveying lands,
towering andes,
undying lands

Some other possibilities:

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