Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with molting:

2 syllables:
whole being,
whole thing,
blows being,
close thing,
cloth being,
coach being,
do the thing,
flows being,
growth being,
growth ring,
known being,
known thing,
loathe being,
nose ring,
one being,
one ring,
one thing,
one wing,
phone being,
prose being,
scope being,
shown being,
shows being,
slope being,
smoke being,
stone being,
stroke being,
those being,
throat being,
throne being,
to bring,
to cling,
to swing,
who bring,
whose being,
whole tongue,
could sing,
could wring,
gold ring,
mould being,
old king,
old thing,
would sing,
bow string,
coal tit,
coals being,
coast being,
cole tit,
dough being,
ghost being,
globe being,
goals being,
holes being,
no king,
now being,
poles being,
probe being,
roles being,
rolls being,
shoe string,
stole things,
to being,
to king,
to ring,
to sing,
toe ring,
two being,
who being,
whole things,
bolts being,
to link,
volts being,
whole string,
bold in,
cold in,
could in,
fold in,
gold in,
hold him,
hold in,
known tongue,
lose tongue

3 syllables:
a close thing,
above being,
alone being,
anode being,
approach aiming,
approach being,
santokh singh,
suppose being,
unknown being,
unknown thing,
approached being,
embryo being,
plateau being,
roller being,
slowly being,
slowly chewing,
enrolled in

4 syllables:
unholy thing

Some other possibilities:

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