Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chasing:

2 syllables:
brass being,
brass ring,
class being,
class sings,
class thing,
glass being,
grass being,
surat singh,
class in,
glass in,
grass in,
mass in,
pass him,
pass in,
at being,
at king,
bad thing,
batch being,
black being,
black ink,
black ring,
black thing,
catch being,
chang ching,
chang t'ing,
class is,
class iv,
crack being,
glass is,
graph being,
grass is,
mass is,
match being,
pass his,
pass is,
pass it,
patch being,
shall wring,
snap ring,
stack being,
staff being,
staff hiring,
than being,
that being,
that king,
that thing,
track being,
zhang aiping,
and sing,
backs being,
bakht singh,
baksh singh,
bats wing,
blacks being,
blast being,
brass rings,
brass spring,
chance being,
chance thing,
chand singh,
class rings,
class string,
class think,
cracks being,
dance being,
flaps being,
flask being,
flats being,
glass rings,
grass pink,
last being,
last king,
last thing,
passed being,
paste being,
paths being,
ralph singh,
shall swing,
stance being,
takes being

3 syllables:
bikram singh,
compass being,
dharam singh,
attack being,
chiang ch'ing,
chiang ching,
japan being,
potash being,
achaw singh,
advance being,
attacks being,
chatar singh,
chattar singh,
dhanna singh,
finance being,
jassa singh,
natha singh,
nathu singh,
repast being

4 syllables:
abraham being

Some other possibilities:

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