Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with drawings:

2 syllables:
saw things,
though things,
walk ins,
all ears,
be all ears,
fore ribs,
fought tears,
long ears,
ngong hills,
small hills,
though tears,
though years,
all things,
broad rings,
broad wings,
for things,
forth things,
more things,
nought things,
or things,
small rings,
small things,
small wings,
store things,
strong kings,
strong things,
strong wings,
taught things,
thought things,
wrong things,
saw its,
though its,
are things,
as things,
class sings,
i kings,
ice tongs,
ideal things,
know things,
law as,
law has,
o rings,
of kings,
of songs,
of things,
on things,
saw as,
though as,
draw him,
draw his,
flaw in,
for sins,
george innes,
jaw is,
law in,
law is,
saw him,
saw his,
saw in,
straw in,
strong limbs,
though his,
though in,
all bills,
court hears,
cross mills,
draught beers,
draw it

3 syllables:
drawing as,
among hills,
kumaun hills,
among kings,
among things,
because things,
before kings,
before things,
drawing shows,
drawing these,
drawing those,
drawing was,
explore things,
of all things,
recall things,
restore things,
talking as,
withdraw its,
bizarre things,
enough things,
drawing his,
drawing is,
fowre hymnes,
withdraw his,
among peers,
among years,
because years,
drawing in,
drawing it,
drawing of

4 syllables:
withdrawing these

Some other possibilities:

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