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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with crafting:

2 syllables:
chang t'ing,
graph being,
staff being,
staff hiring,
craft being,
draft being,
graft being,
shaft being,
at being,
at king,
bad thing,
batch being,
black being,
black ring,
black thing,
brass being,
brass ring,
catch being,
chang ching,
class being,
class thing,
crack being,
glass being,
grass being,
match being,
patch being,
shall wring,
snap ring,
stack being,
surat singh,
than being,
that being,
that king,
that thing,
track being,
zhang aiping,
shaft in,
bakht singh,
blast being,
class string,
draft is,
graft is,
grant being,
last being,
last king,
last thing,
passed being,
paste being,
plant being,
ralph singh,
shaft is,
staff bring,
staff think,
tract being,
drafts being,
shafts being,
black tongue,
huang t'ing,
kwang tung,
laughed in,
shan tung,
act in,
and being,
and king,
and sing,
black tin,
brand being,
cast him,
cast in,
chand singh,
fact in,
fast in,
flashed in,
gland being,
grand thing,
grant him


3 syllables:
attack being,
bikram singh,
chiang ch'ing,
chiang ching,
compass being,
dharam singh,
japan being,
potash being,
abstract being,
abstract thing,
attached being,
contact being,
exact thing,
extract being,
repast being,
after being,
abstract in,
attached in,
attacked him,
attacked in,
contact in


4 syllables:
abraham being


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