Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with Razzing:

2 syllables:
surat singh,
at being,
at king,
that being,
that king,
that thing,
bakht singh,
bats wing,
flats being,
bad thing,
batch being,
black being,
black ring,
black thing,
brass being,
brass ring,
catch being,
chang ching,
chang t'ing,
class being,
class thing,
crack being,
glass being,
graph being,
grass being,
match being,
patch being,
shall wring,
snap ring,
stack being,
staff being,
staff hiring,
than being,
track being,
zhang aiping,
not sing,
and sing,
cats in,
chand singh,
rats in,
that sin,
at sir,
at things,
backs being,
baksh singh,
bat wings,
blacks being,
blast being,
cats ear,
chance being,
chance thing,
class string,
cracks being,
craft being,
dance being,
draft being,
flaps being,
graft being,
grant being,
last being,
last king,
last thing,
passed being,
paste being,
paths being,
plant being,
ralph singh,
rat fink,
shaft being,
shall swing

3 syllables:
bikram singh,
dharam singh,
chatar singh,
chattar singh,
attack being,
chiang ch'ing,
chiang ching,
compass being,
japan being,
potash being,
abstract being,
abstract thing,
achaw singh,
advance being,
attached being,
attacks being,
combat wings,
contact being,
dhanna singh,
exact thing,
extract being,
finance being,
jassa singh,
latter being,
laughter being,
matter being,
natha singh,
nathu singh,
repast being

4 syllables:
abraham being

Some other possibilities:

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