Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with curving:

2 syllables:
flour being,
her being,
younger being,
curve being,
nerve being,
nerve in,
serve him,
serve in,
birth being,
church being,
church thing,
clerk being,
curve is,
earth being,
earth things,
erl king,
heard being,
her things,
her think,
her wings,
jurors being,
khmer kings,
nerve is,
nurse being,
purse being,
search being,
serve his,
serve it,
shirt being,
skirt being,
sperm being,
stern being,
third being,
third thing,
verse being,
work being,
worse thing,
worth aiming,
worth being,
worth hiring,
curves being,
nerve firing,
nerve rings,
nerves being,
her tongue,
her young,
bird in

3 syllables:
attar singh,
offer being,
deserve being,
observe in,
preserve in,
buyer being,
clear thing,
deserve it,
drawer being,
expert being,
flower being,
furry thing,
layer being,
lower being,
mayor being,
observe his,
observe it,
offer things,
offered being,
offers being,
our being,
our king,
player being,
power being,
power thing,
prayer being,
preserve his,
preserve it,
prior being,
query being,
research aiming,
research being,
return being,
reverse being,
reverse swing,
thorough chewing,
toward aiding,
tower being,
truer thing,
deserved being,
deserves being,
observe things,
observed being,
preserve things,
server being,
offer young,
afford him

4 syllables:
employer being,
employer hiring,
entire being,
entire thing,
observer being

Some other possibilities:

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See curving used in context: 4 rhymes, several books and articles.

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