Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gruelling:

2 syllables:
be telling,
delle lingue,
great swelling,
nelle lingue,
the ruling,
through cooling,
through schooling,
through selling,
through telling

3 syllables:
you telling,
group heading,
you getting,
booths selling,
truth telling,
queue using,
am telling,
are selling,
are telling,
cruel thing,
kewal singh,
of schooling,
of selling,
of telling,
on cooling,
too willing,
you willing,
choose settings,
choose sharing,
chute leading,
clues leading,
fruit bearing,
fruit setting,
goose stepping,
groove leading,
group getting,
group leading,
group reading,
group setting,
group sharing,
jewell ridge,
newest thing,
proof checking,
proof fencing,
proof reading,
school reading,
school setting,
school wearing,
shoot bearing,
smooth reading,
tooth bearing,
troops heading,
truest thing,
groups helping,
jewelled rings,
rules telling,
school spelling

4 syllables:
reduce selling,
review reading,
produce swelling,
reduce fehling,
reduce swelling,
review hearing,
review using,
acute setting,
assume leading,
astute reading,
bedroom wearing,
produce sweating,
remove bearing,
remove leading,
resume reading,
acute swelling,
diffuse swelling,
reduced selling,
truly helping

5 syllables:
resolute bearing,
absolute melting,
producer selling

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