Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mastering:

3 syllables:
glass stirring,
aster being,
master being,
master hsing,
passed urging,
pastor being,
plaster being,
mouse stirring,
faster in,
pastor in,
actor being,
after being,
after earning,
avtar singh,
catheter being,
chapter being,
class learning,
class working,
factor aiding,
factor being,
factor ring,
glass working,
grass burning,
lathe turning,
master is,
master it,
shaft turning,
asked irving,
asked turning,
bastard wing,
chatar singh,
chattar singh,
glass serving,
latter being,
laughter being,
master things,
masters being,
matter being,
actor in,
after him,
after in,
chapter in,
factor in,
grander thing,
actor is,
after his,
after it,
ajmer singh,
anchor being,
anchor ring,
answer being,
batch learning,
batch searching,
black working,
blacks serving,
cancer being,
capture being,
catheter is,
chapter is,
chapter it,
chapter iv,
class career,
factor is,
factor iv,
fracture being,
graph searching,
match burning,
mathbar singh,
shamsher singh,
slash burning,
staff learning,
staff nursing,
staff serving,
staff working,
than working,
that learning,
that working,
trash burning,
a lasting,
ensure lasting,
master cheng,
master k'ung

4 syllables:
reactor being,
aster having,
enhanced earning,
faster healing,
faster heating,
faster using,
forecast earnings,
latter owing,
master going,
master having,
master saying,
master using,
commander being,
japan working,
reactor is

5 syllables:
capacitor being,
alexander being

Some other possibilities:

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