Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with diluting:

2 syllables:
new king,
new thing,
screw being,
you being,
you sing,
brute being,
fruit being,
jew baiting,
fruit in,
root in,
shoot him,
suit him,
suit in,
blue tit,
boot hill,
choose being,
crews being,
few things,
fruit is,
groove being,
group being,
group inc.,
moot hill,
mute hill,
new things,
proof being,
root is,
school being,
school thing,
screw things,
screws being,
shoes being,
shoot it,
smooth things,
soong ch'ing,
soong ching,
suit his,
suit is,
threw things,
tooth being,
truce being,
truth being,
views being,
you bring,
you think,
you till,
boots being,
fruits being,
loose string,
roots being,
shoot things,
shoots being,
suits being,
views touching,
clued in,
few young,
food in,
sued in,
too young,
viewed in,
you young,
bloom in,
boom in

3 syllables:
review being,
pursuit being,
solute being,
acute in,
preclude being,
abuse being,
balloon being,
bedroom being,
confuse being,
costume being,
excuse being,
produce being,
refuse being,
triune being,
truer thing,
untrue things,
boota singh,
produced being,
recruits being,
route being,
pursued him,
pursued in,
renewed in,
reviewed in,
abuse in,
accuse him,
assume in,
bedroom in

4 syllables:
absolute being,
absolute thing,
absolute in,
longitude being,
absolute is,
molecule being,
absolute kings,
absolute things,
computer being

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