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

10 letters:
was raging,
man having,
men having,
but having,
was having


11 letters:
but lacking,
was lacking,
drugs aging,
sun bathing,
just having,
was calling,
was falling,
was passing,
pen lambing,
then having,
thus having,
adult aging


12 letters:
was laughing,
front having,
punjab being,
when passing,
buck passing,
clubs having,
drugs having,
loved having,
loves having,
pulse having,
trust having,
wales having,
blood having,
chief having,
dutch having,
judge having,
monks having,
truck having,
was planning,
uncle having,
urban caving,
acids having,
adult having,
begun having,
canal having,
asset having


13 letters:
tongue having,
parent having,
rumour having,
blood falling,
blood packing,
blood passing,
scales having,
truck backing,
truck passing,
thing lacking,
comes dashing,
when planning,
stress having,
begun calling,
begun falling,
asset backing,
asset mapping,
result having,
brian lapping,
couple having,
extra padding,
muscle having,
office having,
supply having,
unless having,
began lashing


14 letters:
tongue lashing,
tongue lapping,
tongue falling,
tongue wagging,
blood matching,
stress falling,
tongue lolling,
chief planning,
dutch planning,
rural planning,
tongue tasting,
tongue hanging,
added laughing,
extra planning,
double hashing,
ended matching,
ireland having,
asset tracking,
conduct having,
extra staffing,
office calling,
product having,
begun planning,
urban planning,
trouble having


15 letters:
tongue lashings,
tongues hanging,
tongues wagging,
mother laughing,
office planning,
struggle having


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