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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with closing:

2 syllables:
to sing,
dough being,
globe being,
no king,
now being,
probe being,
to being,
to king,
to ring,
toe ring,
two being,
who being,
blows being,
close thing,
flows being,
nose ring,
prose being,
shows being,
those being,
whose being,
chose in,
does in,
dose in,
flows in,
goes in,
knows him,
lose him,
lose in,
ngos in,
nose in,
rose in,
rows in,
shows him,
shows in,
those in,
to sink,
to swing,
chose his,
close his,
close it,
cloth being,
coach being,
do the thing,
do things,
do think,
does his,
does is,
does it,
dose is,
growth being,
growth ring,
how things,
known being,
known thing,
knows his,
knows is,
knows it,
loathe being,
lose his,
lose it,
nose is,
now think,
one being,
one ring,
one thing,
one wing,
owes his,
phone being,
prose is,
psoas hitch,
rose ear,
rose hip,
rose is,
scope being,
shown being,
shows his,
shows it,
slope being,
smoke being,
stone being,
stroke being


3 syllables:
embryo being,
plateau being,
a close thing,
suppose being,
santokh singh,
suppose in,
above being,
alone being,
anode being,
approach aiming,
approach being,
compose it,
expose his,
lower being,
suppose it,
thorough chewing


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