Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with defaulting:

2 syllables:
all being,
small thing,
caught being,
chong shing,
clause being,
cross being,
draught being,
drawn being,
fault being,
for being,
for king,
fore wing,
fourth thing,
fraud being,
gauge being,
more thing,
or being,
or king,
or thing,
score being,
shore being,
stalk being,
store being,
strong thing,
thought being,
vault being,
wrong being,
wrong thing,
called being,
halt in,
salt in,
all things,
all think,
balls being,
calls being,
court being,
falls being,
false thing,
salt is,
short thing,
small rings,
small things,
small wings,
sport being,
straw being,
though being,
trough being,
walls being,
faults being,
salts being,
all young,
broad tongue,
called him,
called in,
chang t'ing,
huang t'ing,
shall wring,
short tongue,
small young,
all did,
all sin,
balls in,
board being,
bored being,
called here,
called his,
called it,
calls him,
calls in,
chord being,
court in

3 syllables:
recall being,
adore being,
assault being,
because being,
before being,
before hiring,
default being,
favour being,
vapour being,
recalled being,
before touching,
consort touching,
default routing,
export being,
of all things,
recall things,
recalls being,
report being,
resort being,
retort being,
smaller being,
smaller thing,
support being,
transport being,
y'all think,
alter being,
walter hinck,
recalled in

4 syllables:
withdrawal being

Some other possibilities:

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