Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with belaying pin:

3 syllables:
laying in,
playing in,
praying in,
saying in,
staying in,
baking tin,
playing pitch,
playing since,
saying since,
staying since,
breaking in,
failing in,
gaining in,
making in,
phasing in,
placing in,
sailing in,
taking in,
trading in,
training in,
waiting in,
lyings in,
greyish tinge,
laying there,
natives in,
paying tithe,
playing there,
playing which,
playing with,
praying there,
saying there,
saying this,
saying which,
staying there,
staying with,
weighing which,
crying in,
dying in,
flying in,
laying on,
lying in,
playing an,
playing on,
staying on,
trying in,
weighing on,
basin in,
paying him,
breaking pitch,
dating since,
grating pitch,
lay within,
laying his,
laying it,
making since,
paintings in,
paying his,
playing his,
playing it,
racing since,
raining since,
rating since,
saying is,
saying it,
stay within,
staying here,
taking since,
taking the hint,
trading since,
training since,
waiting since,
reigned in,
reigns in,
painting in,
playing hymns

4 syllables:
obtaining in,
playing chopin,
prevailing in,
remaining in,
laying open,
array within,
creative in,
delay within,
laying machine,
paying within,
pervasive in,
playing chicken,
playing machine,
playing within,
prevailing since,
saying within,
spraying machine,
staying within,
survey within,
today within,
weighing machine,
creating print,
floating in,
racing pigeon,
staying hidden

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