Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with wicking:

2 syllables:
ear ring,
brick being,
cheque being,
his king,
in king,
is king,
quick thing,
stick being,
this king,
trick being,
which king,
with king,
big thing,
brick in,
click in,
kick in,
pick him,
quick in,
sick in,
stick in,
thick in,
bridge being,
ching ching,
ching ming,
click here,
cousin being,
ding ding,
ding ling,
ditch being,
drill being,
fifth thing,
firing being,
here being,
him being,
his being,
if being,
ill being,
in being,
is being,
it being,
kick it,
near thing,
paris being,
parish being,
pick it,
pitch being,
queer thing,
quick kick,
ridge being,
sheer being,
shere singh,
sing sing,
singh being,
singh singh,
skill being,
slip ring,
smith being,
spear being,
sphere being,
split being,
split ring,
spring being,
stick is,
stick it,
still being,
still chewing,
stitch being,
string being,
strip being,
swing wing,
switch being,
there being,
there chewing,
there rings,
thing being,
thing thing,
this being,
this ring,
this thing,
ting ling,
touching thing,
trick is,
were being,
which being,
which thing,
whing ding,
will sing,
wing ding

3 syllables:
a la king,
a near thing,
admit being,
berlin being,
career being,
clear thing,
hamir singh,
relish being,
resin being,
until being,
virgin being

4 syllables:
unselfish thing

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