Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bolding:

6 letters:
old in,
old is


7 letters:
fold in,
sold in,
cold is,
gold is,
hold it,
no king


8 letters:
old king,
one ring,
one wing,
to bring,
to cling,
to swing,
could in,
hold him,
sold him,
would in,
could it,
hold his


9 letters:
gold ring,
old thing,
nose ring,
one being,
one thing,
who bring,
rolled in,
should in,
could hit,
could ill,
hold dear,
now being,
should it


10 letters:
could sing,
would sing,
could hear,
rolled his,
should his


11 letters:
whole being,
whole thing,
could wring,
mould being,
blows being,
close thing,
cloth being,
coach being,
flows being,
growth ring,
known being,
known thing,
phone being,
prose being,
scope being,
shown being,
shows being,
slope being,
smoke being,
stone being,
those being,
whose being,
closed ring,
coals being,
dough being,
globe being,
goals being,
holes being,
poles being,
probe being,
roles being,
rolls being,
should hear,
above being,
alone being,
anode being,
enrolled in


12 letters:
do the thing,
growth being,
loathe being,
stroke being,
throat being,
throne being,
embryo being,
roller being


13 letters:
loathed being,
a close thing,
santokh singh,
suppose being,
unknown being,
unknown thing,
plateau being


14 letters:
approach being,
composed being,
proposed being


15 letters:
approach aiming


Some other possibilities:

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