Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with compensating:

2 syllables:
day being,
maybe being,
spray being,
chait singh,
eight being,
freight being,
late king,
plate being,
state being,
straight thing,
trait being,
weight being,
straight tongue,
ts'ai t'ing,
ate in,
blade being,
date in,
eight in,
fate in,
gate in,
grade being,
hate him,
late in,
mate in,
plate in,
rate in,
shade being,
state in,
straight in,
trade being,
trait in,
wait in,
weight in,
ate his,
ate it,
base ring,
blame being,
blame thing,
brain being,
brake being,
brave thing,
case being,
chain being,
claim being,
date is,
date it,
drain being,
eighth being,
faith being,
fate is,
flame being,
frail being,
frail thing,
frame being,
gate is,
grace being,
grain being,
grave being

3 syllables:
abhay singh,
array being,
delay being,
friday being,
survey being,
today being,
debate being,
estate being,
frigate being,
nitrate being,
portrait being,
brigade being,
create in,
debate in,
decade being,
estate in,
evade being,
facade being,
portrait in,
ajaib singh,
always aiming,
always being,
became king,
campaign being,
create his,
create it,
debate is,
delay things,
delays being,
detail being,
domain being,
drawer being,
entail being,
estate is,
explain being,
female being,
female thing

4 syllables:
aggregate being,
predicate being,
concentrate in,
consulate in,
concentrate his

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