Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dispelling:

3 syllables:
is telling,
click spelling,
is selling,
mis selling,
his bearing,
his leading,
his reading,
his wedding,
in selling,
in telling,
is getting,
is leading,
is reading,
is wearing,
still selling,
still telling,
there selling,
there telling,
there yelling,
this reading,
were selling,
were telling,
his dwelling,
ill smelling,
is pending,
is setting,
is spreading,
this heading,
this setting,
brick bearing,
is helping,
spring bedding,
stiff bearing,
still bearing,
thing bearing,
brick setting,
bridge leading,
dip netting,
ditch leading,
in getting,
in leading,
in reading,
in setting,
its setting,
lip reading,
parish setting,
pitch setting,
print heading,
quick reading,
quick setting,
ridge leading,
sheer daring,
ships heading,
since setting,
spring setting,
spring wedding,
still getting,
still reading,
still wearing,
switch setting,
there checking,
there getting,
there leading,
there letting,
there setting,
there wearing,
thing getting,
thing leading,
were getting,
were leading,
were setting,
were wearing,
with getting,
with leading,
with reading,
is putting,
is willing,
still pulling,
string pulling,
there pulling,
christ bearing,
his blessing,
his breathing,
its bearing,
ships bearing,
tears welling,
years selling

4 syllables:
resist telling,
career selling,
otis redding,
until swelling,
finger spelling,
appear wearing,
asking leading,
career leading,
until getting,
until reading,
office telling,
appears telling

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