Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with leeching:

2 syllables:
the i ching,
beauty being,
bhuri singh,
by being,
by hiring,
by king,
key ring,
lousy thing,
my being,
my king,
surely being,
they being,
they sing,
three being,
tree ring,
very being,
very thing,
beach being,
breach being,
by touching,
each being,
each thing,
reach being,
speech being,
tien ching,
beach in,
breach in,
each in,
my chin,
preach in,
siege being,
speech in,
teach him,
teach in,
beach is,
bee sting,
breed being,
breeze being,
by firing,
by kings,
by pouring,
by things,
cease being,
cheap thing,
cheese being,
clean thing,
cream being,
creed being,
creek being,
dream being,
dry sink,
each his,
each is,
fleet being,
greece being,
greek being,
greek kings,
green being,
green thing,
grief being,
key rings,
knees being,
league being,
lease being,
leave being

3 syllables:
decree being,
degree being,
entry being,
ev'ry thing,
ovary being,
college being,
ajeet singh,
appeal being,
areas being,
belief being,
believe being,
chia ling,
chinese being,
chinese ink,
complete being,
complete thing,
concrete being,
concrete thing,
dalip singh,
decrease being,
defeat being,
degrees being,
duleep singh,
entries being,
extreme being,
fourteen being,
furry thing,
ideas being,
machine being

4 syllables:
area being,
employee being,
employee hiring,
idea being

Some other possibilities:

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