Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with blinking:

2 syllables:
in king,
ching ching,
ching ming,
ding ding,
ding ling,
firing being,
his king,
is king,
sing sing,
singh being,
singh singh,
spring being,
string being,
swing wing,
thing being,
thing thing,
this king,
ting ling,
touching thing,
which king,
whing ding,
wing ding,
with king,
drink being,
think being,
cousin being,
him being,
in being,
big thing,
brick being,
bridge being,
cheque being,
ditch being,
drill being,
fifth thing,
here being,
his being,
if being,
ill being,
is being,
it being,
near thing,
paris being,
parish being,
pitch being,
queer thing,
quick thing,
ridge being,
sheer being,
shere singh,
skill being,
slip ring,
smith being,
spear being,
sphere being,
split being,
split ring,
stick being,
still being,
still chewing,
stitch being,
strip being,
switch being,
there being,
there chewing,
this being,
this ring,
this thing,
trick being,
were being,
which being,
which thing,
will sing,
with being,
young king,
inc. in,
ink in,
link in,
think him,
think in,
zinc in,
bring things

3 syllables:
berlin being,
resin being,
virgin being,
a near thing,
admit being,
career being,
hamir singh,
relish being,
until being,
adding things,
adding wings,
asking things,
ding a ling,
doing being

4 syllables:
unselfish thing,
annoying thing

Some other possibilities:

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