Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chatting:

2 syllables:
at being,
at king,
chang t'ing,
surat singh,
that being,
that king,
that thing,
at him,
at in,
bad thing,
cat in,
fat in,
flat in,
hat in,
sat in,
that in,
what in,
at his,
at is,
at it,
bat ear,
bat tick,
batch being,
black being,
black ink,
black ring,
black thing,
brass being,
brass ring,
cat is,
catch being,
chang ching,
class being,
class sings,
class thing,
crack being,
fat is,
glass being,
graph being,
grass being,
hat is,
hat tip,
match being,
patch being,
rat is,
shall wring,
snap ring,
stack being,
staff being,
staff hiring,
than being,
that here,
that hill,
that his,
that hit,
that if,
that is,
that it,
track being,
what his,
what if,
what is,
what it,
zhang aiping,
at things,
bakht singh,
bat wings,
bats wing,
blast being,
class string,
craft being,
draft being,
flats being,
graft being,
grant being,
last being,
last king,
last thing

3 syllables:
pao ting,
combat in,
attack being,
bikram singh,
chiang ch'ing,
chiang ching,
compass being,
dharam singh,
japan being,
potash being,
abstract being,
abstract thing,
attached being,
chatar singh,
chattar singh,
combat wings,
contact being,
exact thing,
extract being,
latter being

4 syllables:
abraham being

Some other possibilities:

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