Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with defending:

2 syllables:
friend being,
spend being,
trend being,
cheng ching,
them being,
air being,
bread being,
breath being,
care being,
chair being,
check being,
death being,
dread being,
dread thing,
flesh being,
fresh thing,
guess being,
neck ring,
press being,
share being,
shell being,
sketch being,
smell being,
spell being,
spread being,
suresh singh,
thread being,
threat being,
web ring,
wedge being,
well being,
where being,
yet being,
bend in,
denned in,
end in,
friend in,
lend him,
send him,
send in,
spend in,
spent being,
trend in,
bench being,
bend ear,
death thing,
delle lingue,
end here,
end his,
end if,
end is,
end it,
fence being,
french being,
french king,
friend is,
genes being,
genre being,
hence being,
legged thing,
lend it

3 syllables:
narain singh,
aware routing,
access being,
excess being,
express being,
hotel being,
possess being,
progress being,
regret being,
repair being,
success being,
unfair thing,
agent being,
attend him,
content being,
depend in,
extend in,
percent being,
prevent being,
prevent tearing,
recent being,
recent thing,
resent being,
any thing,
attend his,
attend it,
commend it,
defend his,
defend it,
defense being,
expense being,
extend his,
extend it,
lehna singh

4 syllables:
dividend being,
dividend is

Some other possibilities:

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See defending used in context: 69 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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