Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tackling:

2 syllables:
black being,
black ring,
black thing,
crack being,
stack being,
track being,
back link,
shall cling,
at being,
at king,
bad thing,
batch being,
brass being,
brass ring,
catch being,
chang ching,
chang t'ing,
class being,
class thing,
glass being,
graph being,
grass being,
match being,
patch being,
shall wring,
snap ring,
staff being,
staff hiring,
surat singh,
than being,
that being,
that king,
that thing,
zhang aiping,
black lung,
drag link,
backs being,
bakht singh,
baksh singh,
black cliff,
black rings,
black things,
black wings,
blacks being,
blank being,
cracks being,
crank being,
flank being,
flask being,
frank being,
frank ching,
plank being,
snap link,
takes being,
that link,
tracks being,
tract being,
black ink,
track links,
black tongue,
black young,
block being,
clock being,
flock being,
lock ring,
shock being,
stalk being,
stock being,
act in,
black tin,
blacks in,
cracks in,
fact in,
flags being

3 syllables:
attack being,
bikram singh,
chiang ch'ing,
chiang ching,
compass being,
dharam singh,
japan being,
potash being,
abstract being,
abstract thing,
achaw singh,
attacks being,
contact being,
exact thing,
extract being,
jacob being,
thakur singh,
achal singh,
static cling,
attack young,
abstract in,
attacked him,
attacked in,
attacks in,
contact in

4 syllables:
abraham being

Some other possibilities:

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