Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with blossoming:

3 syllables:
block coding,
hollow thing,
cause foaming,
house hoping,
cause choking,
bar coding,
block holding,
block loading,
block voting,
borrow things,
cargo being,
follow things,
followed being,
follows being,
from holding,
from voting,
motto being,
not holding,
roche holding,
shock loading,
square holding,
stock holding,
stock voting,
stopped hoping,
cause showing,
block showing,
clock going,
clock showing,
from going,
from knowing,
from showing,
got going,
not going,
not knowing,
not showing,
sparse coding,
stock going,
stop smoking,
stopped owing,
stops smoking,
watch going,
arrow being,
brown nosing,
doubt hoping,
morrow being,
shadow being,
though noting,
cause slowing,
costs owing,
followed him,
followed in,
follows in,
months owing,
oppose him,
plots showing,
rocks showing,
scarce knowing,
shots going,
shots showing,
spots showing,
start sowing,
stops going

4 syllables:
chicago being,
piano being,
follow using,
marrow using,
o'clock closing,
soprano sings,
follow moving,
hollow booming,
honor owing,
occur owing,
passage showing,
wholly owing,
losses owing,
moscow meeting,
process owing,
response showing

5 syllables:
chicago housing,
chicago lying,
spiccato bowing,
chicago meeting,
piano making,
picasso drawing

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