Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gruelling:

10 letters:
be telling,
the ruling,
am telling,
of selling,
of telling,
on cooling

11 letters:
you telling,
you getting,
queue using,
are selling,
are telling,
cruel thing,
kewal singh,
too willing,
you willing

12 letters:
delle lingue,
nelle lingue,
of schooling,
jewell ridge,
newest thing,
truest thing,
review using

13 letters:
group heading,
truth telling,
chute leading,
clues leading,
fruit bearing,
fruit setting,
group getting,
group leading,
group reading,
group setting,
group sharing,
proof fencing,
proof reading,
shoot bearing,
tooth bearing,
rules telling,
acute setting,
truly helping

14 letters:
great swelling,
booths selling,
choose sharing,
goose stepping,
groove leading,
proof checking,
school reading,
school setting,
school wearing,
smooth reading,
troops heading,
groups helping,
jewelled rings,
reduce selling,
review reading,
reduce fehling,
review hearing,
assume leading,
astute reading,
remove bearing,
remove leading,
resume reading,
acute swelling

15 letters:
through cooling,
through selling,
through telling,
choose settings,
school spelling,
reduce swelling,
bedroom wearing,
reduced selling

16 letters:
produce swelling,
produce sweating,
diffuse swelling,
resolute bearing,
absolute melting,
producer selling

17 letters:
through schooling

Some other possibilities:

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