Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with typesetting:

3 syllables:
height setting,
night setting,
right setting,
sight setting,
style setting,
tried setting,
while setting,
price setting,
like getting,
night getting,
prime selling,
quite getting,
sites selling,
time getting,
tried getting,
tried selling,
while getting,
while selling,
wire netting,
pipes leading,
height settings,
likes getting,
night sweating,
price selling,
style settings,
while letting,
drive leading,
flight leading,
guide leading,
guide reading,
light leading,
light reading,
night reading,
right leading,
right reading,
sides heaving,
sight reading,
style wedding,
time reading,
tried reading,
while reading,
white wedding,
bride wearing,
file sharing,
guide bearing,
high stepping,
high swelling,
light bearing,
liked telling,
live bearing,
night faring,
night wearing,
quite daring,
right bearing,
side dressing,
slide bearing,
slight bearing,
time sharing,
tried telling,
tried wearing,
while bearing,
while checking,
while sharing,
while telling,
while wearing,
blade setting,
frame setting,
height sitting,
makes setting,
night sitting,
nights sitting,
pipe fitting,
pipes using,
plain setting

4 syllables:
briefly setting,
defined setting,
higher setting,
provide settings,
quiet setting,
timer setting,
trial setting,
wider setting,
decline leading,
define reading,
design leading,
divine leading,
favourite reading,
fire setting,
provide reading,
unlike reading,
briefly sketching,
design bearing,
always setting

5 syllables:
families getting,
desired setting,
entire setting,
families bearing,
families sharing,
families sitting,
japanese setting

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