Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with handling:

2 syllables:
and being,
and king,
and sing,
brand being,
chand singh,
gland being,
grand thing,
land being,
stand being,
grant being,
plant being,
branch being,
chance being,
chance thing,
dance being,
flange being,
plans being,
range being,
shall cling,
stance being,
grande ligne,
and bring,
and drink,
and things,
and think,
bad thing,
bands being,
brands being,
damned thing,
glands being,
grand things,
hands being,
lands being,
planned things,
randhir singh,
sands being,
stand things,
stands being,
strands being,
than being,
bakht singh,
bandls ring,
blank being,
blast being,
class string,
craft being,
cramp ring,
crank being,
damn thing,
draft being,
flank being,
frank being,
frank ching,
graft being,
lambs being,
land blink,
last being,
last king,
last thing,
passed being,
paste being,
plank being,
shaft being,
stamp being,
tract being,
backs being,
baksh singh,
bats wing,
blacks being,
brass spring,
cracks being,
flags being,
flaps being,
flask being,
flats being,
halves being

3 syllables:
advance being,
finance being,
banda singh,
chanda singh,
commands being,
ganda singh,
gandhi being,
grander thing,
handy thing,
japan being,
jhanda singh,
abstract being,
abstract thing,
attached being,
brandy sling,
candle being,
contact being,
exact thing,
extract being,
handle being,
repast being,
attacks being

4 syllables:
commander being

5 syllables:
alexander being

Some other possibilities:

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See handling used in context: 28 rhymes, 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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