Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with quilting bee:

3 syllables:
building by,
sitting by,
thinking by,
living by,
slipping by,
willing beale,
kim philby,
thinking they,
building peace,
building lease,
building scene,
building these,
building three,
built fifty,
chris tilly,
giving my,
lifting these,
listing sheet,
listing these,
listing three,
mystic beauty,
printing these,
printing three,
shifting scene,
shifting these,
getting by,
setting by,
fitting piece,
shilling piece,
brick chimney,
bringing beauty,
chilling scene,
drilling these,
filling teeth,
filling these,
filling three,
fitting scene,
fitting theme,
fitting these,
giving beauty,
his degree,
hitting these,
hitting three,
in degree,
killing sheep,
killing these,
killing three,
knitting sheath,
living beauty,
milling wheat,
quitting these,
sitting three,
splitting these,
stick chimney,
swimming beach,
this decree,
this degree

4 syllables:
appear singly,
until fifty,
until nicely,
building early,
building heavy,
building highly,
dividing by,
existing peace,
existing piece,
until jimmy,
assisting these,
depicting these,
depicting three,
exist singly,
existing league,
existing lease,
existing three,
lifting heavy,
predicting these,
resisting these,
restricting these,
subsisting lease,
until billy,
willie winkie,
building lobby,
admitting these,
berlin decree,
bewitching beauty,
committing these,
fulfilling these,
lifting belly,
lifting body,
omitting these,
permitting these,
politics by,
submitting these

5 syllables:
consisting wholly,
existing early,
existing heavy,
existing query,
predicting early,
bewildering beauty,
permitting early

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