Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tongue-lashing:

3 syllables:
tongue lashing,
tongue lapping,
tongue lashings,
but lacking,
tongue falling,
tongue wagging,
was lacking,
was laughing,
tongue having,
blood matching,
drugs aging,
front having,
parent having,
punjab being,
rumour having,
sun bathing,
was raging,
when passing,
blood falling,
blood packing,
blood passing,
buck passing,
clubs having,
drugs having,
just having,
loved having,
loves having,
pulse having,
scales having,
stress falling,
truck backing,
truck passing,
trust having,
wales having,
was calling,
was falling,
was passing,
thing lacking,
tongue lolling,
comes dashing,
man having,
men having,
pen lambing,
then having,
tongues hanging,
when planning,
blood having,
but having,
chief having,
chief planning,
dutch having,
dutch planning,
judge having,
monks having,
rural planning,
stress having,
thus having,
tongue tasting,
tongues wagging,
truck having,
was having,
was planning,
tongue hanging

4 syllables:
added laughing,
extra planning,
double hashing,
uncle having,
adult aging,
begun calling,
begun falling,
ended matching,
ireland having,
urban caving,
acids having,
adult having,
asset backing,
asset mapping,
asset tracking,
conduct having,
extra staffing,
office calling,
product having,
result having,
begun having,
begun planning,
brian lapping,
canal having,
urban planning,
asset having,
couple having,
extra padding,
mother laughing,
muscle having,
office having,
office planning,
struggle having,
supply having,
trouble having,
unless having,
began lashing

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