Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bring in:

2 syllables:
him in.,
his sin,
is sin,
it in.,
this sin,
with thin,
firing pin,
king pin,
being an,
being on,
cling on,
firing on,
king on,
ring on,
spring on,
thing on,
touching on,
binh dinh,
chin chin,
din din,
min min,
min pin,
nin sin,
pin yin,
sin bin,
sinn féin,
swim fin,
win win,
being here,
being his,
being hit,
being ill,
being is,
big win,
bitt pin,
brick kiln,
drill pin,
his chin,
his sins,
his skin,
his thin,
is signed,
is thin,
king hit,
king is,
paris signed,
paris since,
ring is,
roughing it,
shear pin,
sing it,
sit ins,
skid fin,
split pin,
spring is,
stick pin,
string is,
the thing is,
thing here,
thing if,
thing is,
thing it,
tip ins,
touching his,
touching it,
whip gin,
will win,
wing is,
wing it,
with sin,
with tin,
being signed,
being since,
kings lynn,
pink gin,
spring since,
swing since,
thing since,
chin on,
climb on,
come in.,
grin on,
him an,
him on,
in. on,
pin on,
skin on,
spin on

3 syllables:
adding an,
asking him,
asking his,
asking if,
asking since,
bringing an,
bringing on,
coaching inn,
coming in.,
drawing pin,
berlin on

4 syllables:
belaying pin

Some other possibilities:

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