Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with shunting:

2 syllables:
can sing,
ch'en p'ing,
done thing,
guman singh,
kun ming,
lan ping,
man being,
men being,
nan ching,
nan ling,
the done thing,
the sun king,
then being,
when being,
when king,
front being,
nan ning,
parent being,
chung ching,
chung hsing,
fearsome thing,
quorum being,
some being,
some thing,
thumb being,
thumb ring,
tongue being,
young being,
young king,
young thing,
bharat singh,
blood being,
brush being,
but being,
chief being,
chief thing,
cud chewing,
douglas being,
dutch being,
gas ring,
gull wing,
jaimal singh,
jaipal singh,
judge being,
kharak singh,
sarup singh,
skull being,
sludge being,
stress being,
stuck being,
stuff being,
such being,
such thing,
thus being,
truck being,
truss being,
twice being,
up being,
was being,
was king,
hsüan tung,
parent tongue,
tan tung,
front in,
hunt in,
parent in,
sergeant in,
strand being,
thumb touching,
tongue touching,
bourbon kings,
can bring,
can think,
cha ching,
crust being

3 syllables:
accent being,
alan turing,
ascent being,
assent being,
extent being,
added being,
advice being,
asset being,
office being,
uncle being,
unless being,
confront him,
extent in,
ireland being,
a la king,
accent is,
adult being,
adult thing,
advice touching,
begun firing,
canoe being,
charan singh,
conduct being,
cotton being

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