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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with winnings:

2 syllables:
chin hills,
cuillin hills,
there rings,
with things,
in things,
climb hills,
his sins,
sit ins,
tip ins,
big ears,
grgich hills,
his ears,
still hears,
still lives,
bring things,
din dins,
sin bins,
spring rings,
sprouting wings,
tearing things,
touching things,
whirring wings,
big things,
bridge wings,
cousin lives,
did things,
flint hills,
his nibs,
his things,
his wings,
if things,
in figs,
in tears,
in years,
queer things,
quinn mills,
spill things,
split rings,
stick things,
stiff wings,
still rings,
still things,
there things,
thick rings,
were things,
which things,
with wings,
gin fizz,
gin slings,
in the wings,
print things,
since things,
winged things,
run ins,
brick kilns,
bring tears,
built ins,
chris mills,
climbed hills


3 syllables:
singing as,
blainville ears,
soufriere hills,
adding things,
adding wings,
asking things,
admit things,
berlin years,
billing as,
clear things,
clear wings,
commit things,
elgin mills,
giving as,
ii kings,
inner ears,
living as,
living whose,
rising as,
sitting as,
until things,
dinner things,
inner rings,
inner things,
inner wings,
signing these,
singing noise,
singing these,
singing those,
stinging hairs,
winning cause,
winning these,
winning those,
aching limbs,
allan hills,
extra things,
adding years,
arousing fears


4 syllables:
appearing as,
vitamin pills


5 syllables:
ptolemaic kings


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