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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bed-wetting:

2 syllables:
death thing,
delle lingue,
nelle lingue,
threat being,
yet being,
bread being,
debt in,
dread being,
dread thing,
dressed in,
et in,
met him,
met in,
net in,
set him,
set in,
set in.,
spread being,
stressed in,
thread being,
threat in,
yet in,
air being,
bet is,
bet it,
breath being,
care being,
chair being,
check being,
cheng ching,
death being,
debt is,
et il,
flesh being,
fresh thing,
guess being,
met ear,
met his,
met it,
neck ring,
net is,
pkware, inc,
press being,
press inc.,
set his,
set is,
set it,
share being,
shell being,
sketch being,
smell being,
spell being,
suresh singh,
them being,
threat is,
web ring,
wedge being,
well being,
where being,
yet here,
yet his,
yet if,
yet is,
yet it,
bear baiting,
best thing,
blessed being,
blessed thing,
breast being,
chest being,
crest being

3 syllables:
aware routing,
regret being,
addressed him,
addressed in,
upset him,
access being,
addressed his,
excess being,
express being,
hotel being,
narain singh,
possess being,
progress being,
regret it,
repair being,
success being,
unfair thing,
accept being,
affect being,
agent being,
arrest being,
assets being,
better being,
better thing,
cheyt singh,
content being,
debtor being

4 syllables:
cigarette in,
cigarettes being

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