Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with eddington:

3 syllables:
leading man,
leading men,
readings on,
leading an,
leading on,
reading an,
reading on,
treading on,
setting sun,
blessings on,
betting on,
getting an,
getting on,
letting on,
setting an,
setting hen,
setting on,
bearing an,
bearing on,
blessing on,
checking on,
dwelling on,
pressing on,
selling on,
stepping on,
telling on,
wearing an,
wearing on,
where written,
begins on,
ending on,
glenn hinson,
sending an,
sending on,
spending on,
marriage can,
readings in,
shipping ton,
begin an,
begin on,
getting lunch,
leading dutch,
leading young,
metric ton,
metric tonne,
reading psalm,
drenching gun,
leading chief,
marriage on,
reading was,
tariff on,
their man,
their men,
their non,
their son,
wedding was,
where milton

4 syllables:
hotel hilton,
getting eaten,
getting it on,
expressing an,
leading asian,
leading cotton,
leading often,
leading urban,
possessing an,
preparing an,
reading allen,
reading asian,
reading often,
reading up on,
reading urban,
spreading ocean,
stepping out on,
depending on,
leading latin,
reading latin,
reading taken,
reading written,
cherry hinton,
getting even,
getting in on,
letting in on,
setting eyes on,
setting often,
america on,
appendix on,
breathing often,
carryings on,
checking up on,
heaving ocean,
neville lytton,
preparing lunch,
pressing urban,
selling cotton,
swedish urban,
swelling often,
wearing cotton

5 syllables:
addressing urban,
comparing urban

Some other possibilities:

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