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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sloshing:

5 letters:
or in


6 letters:
all in,
for in,
nor in,
or him,
ore in


7 letters:
or king,
auch in,
saw gin,
ball in,
bore in,
call in,
core in,
dawn in,
door in,
fall in,
for him,
fore in,
gone in,
half in,
hall in,
haul in,
laws in,
long in,
loss in,
more in,
paul in


8 letters:
for king,
or being,
or thing,
bore him,
broad in,
call him,
crawl in,
cross in,
drawn in,
fault in,
flaws in,
fraud in,
gauge is,
pause in,
score in,
pao ting,
along in


9 letters:
all being,
for being,
fore wing,
caught in,
clause in,
fought in,
before in,
belong in,
favour in,
recall in


10 letters:
more thing,
saw things,
caught him,
because in,
before him,
default in,
explore in


11 letters:
straw being,
chong shing,
gauge being,
cross being,
drawn being,
fault being,
fraud being,
score being,
shore being,
small thing,
stalk being,
store being,
vault being,
wrong being,
wrong thing,
adore being,
hsiao ching,
restore him


12 letters:
though being,
trough being,
caught being,
clause being,
fourth thing,
strong thing,
though young,
before being,
favour being,
recall being,
vapour being,
enough being,
enough thing


13 letters:
draught being,
though things,
thought being,
assault being,
because being,
before hiring,
default being,
bizarre thing


Some other possibilities:

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