Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mind-bending:

3 syllables:
blind ending,
light bending,
slight bending,
blind leading,
lines ending,
mind reading,
tried sending,
while bending,
blind testing,
rights pending,
while spending,
prime lending,
timed reading,
while tending,
blind guessing,
child bearing,
child begging,
child leading,
child reading,
files ending,
line dressing,
lines bearing,
lines leading,
mind telling,
signs bearing,
signs leading,
signs reading,
vines bearing,
while sending,
blind bidding,
plane bending,
stand bending,
right ending,
guide bearing,
guide leading,
guide reading,
slide bearing,
tried reading,
child wellbeing,
liked spending,
child getting,
liked reading,
times leading,
times reading

4 syllables:
combined bending,
design bending,
advised sending,
combined spending,
assigned reading,
blindly ending,
combined reading,
revised ending,
defined melting,
detained pending,
remained pending,
designed building,
defined setting,
subprime lending,
arrived bearing,
divine dwelling,
prescribed reading,
revised reading,
slightly bending,
aligned bounding,
assigned readings,
decline leading,
define reading,
design bearing,
design leading,
divine leading,
fiber bending,
final ending,
provide reading,
surprise ending,
campaign spending,
remains pending,
restrain spending,
described building,
design testing,
higher spending,
highway spending,
leisure spending,
private lending,
provide nesting,
provide testing

5 syllables:
families spending,
desired ending,
desired spending

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