Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with declaring:

2 syllables:
quick firing,
bricks being,
chicks being,
did bring,
print tiring,
quick swing,
sticks being,
still bring,
still firing,
still pouring,
switch wiring,
there bring,
this spring,
were pouring,
which bring,
wicked being,
wicked thing,
will bring,
bisque firing,
brick being,
brisk firing,
cheque being,
ding ling,
drill being,
ill being,
quick drink,
quick spring,
quick thing,
skill being,
slip ring,
split ring,
stick being,
still being,
still chewing,
thick string,
this ring,
ting ling,
trick being,
will sing,
ear ring,
still cling,
still rings,
thick rings,
twigs being,
beard being,
bills being,
built being,
chips being,
christ being,
did the thing,
drift being,
drink being,
feared being,
fears being,
fifth being,
fissure being,
gears being,
gin sling,
guilt being,
guilt thing,
hills being,
its being,
its king,
killed being,
kings being,
limbs being,
litde thing,
lives being,
mills being,
missed being,
myths being,
peers being,
prince being,
prince ch'ing,
prince ching,
print being,
rings being,
risk being,
routing routing,
script being,
shift being,
ships being,
since being,
skills being,
skins being,
spheres being,
springs being,
strings being,
strips being

3 syllables:
conflict being,
fickle thing,
michael being,
nickel being,
quickly being,
until being,
quickly bring,
admits being,
exist being,
resist being,
resist touching

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