Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with amazing:

3 syllables:
zhang ailing,
that taking,
at making,
class mailing,
class making,
glass gazing,
glass making,
map making,
match making,
ram raiding,
staff making,
than making,
that making,
for raising,
from making,
law making,
though making,
brass casing,
drag racing,
flat racing,
gang raping,
glass casing,
glass facing,
match racing,
than taking,
track racing,
back raking,
bragg grating,
brass railing,
class rating,
class taking,
class waiting,
flat fading,
flat shading,
glass baking,
glass staining,
grass waiting,
nap taking,
palate being,
pathway being,
staff taking,
that training,
track dating,
yak shaving,
stand gazing,
and making,
craft making,
gram staining,
grant making,
hand mating,
passed making,
pathways being,
plant making,
track laying,
car racing,
though facing,
caught taking,
doubt taking,
not taking,
score rating,
star rating,
though failing,
though taking,
though waiting,
thought taking

4 syllables:
before raising,
japan taking,
apache raiding,
combat training,
allow making,
anger making,
hammer baking,
happy making,
latter making,
manner making,
matter making,
nature making,
pathway using,
rather making,
value making,
before racing,
nascar racing,
about taking,
hammer weighing

5 syllables:
really making

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