Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with barbecuing:

2 syllables:
march king,
choir being,
square being,
sharp thing,
barge being,
charge being,
chart being,
clark being,
guard being,
guard ring,
harsh thing,
heart being,
larvae being,
march being,
not bring,
part being,
smart thing,
spark being,
squares being,
star sting,
starch being,
stars being,
start being,
start chewing,
start hiring,
start tearing,
start touching,
block being,
both being,
cause being,
clock being,
flock being,
from being,
from king,
god king,
harbour being,
john king,
lodge being,
not being,
notch being,
prom king,
scott being,
shock being,
square thing,
stock being,
stop being,
watch being,
honour being,
swamp thing,
blocks being,
bombs being,
bronze being,
caste being,
cause sloughing,
cause tearing,
caused being,
crops being,
drops being,
france being,
hot wiring,
knots being,
locks being,
modes being,
month being,
most touching,
plots being,
rocks being,
scots being,
shops being,
shots being,
slots being,
spots being,
stocks being,
stopped being,
stopped chewing,
stopped hiring,
stopped touching,
stops being,
topps chewing,
watched being,
wazir singh,
or bring,
harbour in,
sharp firing,
sharp sting,
sharp swing,
sharp things,
start pouring

3 syllables:
alarm being,
apart being,
regard being,
remark being,
harbor being,
jiang qing,
passage being,
thakar singh,
ballots being,
females being,
response being

4 syllables:
jawahar singh

Some other possibilities:

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