Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lunging:

2 syllables:
chung ching,
chung hsing,
tongue being,
young being,
young king,
young thing,
nan ching,
can sing,
ch'en p'ing,
cud chewing,
done thing,
fearsome thing,
guman singh,
kun ming,
lan ping,
man being,
men being,
nan ling,
quorum being,
some being,
some thing,
sun king,
the done thing,
the sun king,
then being,
thumb being,
thumb ring,
when being,
when king,
bharat singh,
blood being,
brush being,
but being,
chief being,
chief thing,
douglas being,
dutch being,
gas ring,
gull wing,
jaimal singh,
jaipal singh,
judge being,
kharak singh,
sarup singh,
skull being,
sludge being,
stress being,
stuck being,
stuff being,
such being,
such thing,
thus being,
truck being,
truss being,
twice being,
up being,
was being,
was king,
cha ching,
ka ching,
nan ning,
tongue touching,
junk ring,
lungs being,
tongues being,
trunk being,
young kings,
young things,
cheng ching,
ching ching,
chung cheng,
ching ming,
ding ding,
ding ling,
firing being,
lunch being,
plunge in,
punch being,
sing sing,
singh being,
singh singh,
spring being,
string being,
strung young,
swing wing,
thing being,
thing thing,
thumb touching,
ting ling,
touching thing

3 syllables:
added being,
advice being,
asset being,
office being,
uncle being,
unless being,
orange being,
a la king,
extra thing,
orange in

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