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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with formatting:

3 syllables:
all dancing,
all having,
all standing,
ball handling,
core sampling,
corpse camping,
court having,
court packing,
cross branding,
cross hatching,
cross matching,
ct scanning,
dog handling,
door slamming,
false branching,
floor landing,
force acting,
force planning,
force tracking,
format string,
for acting,
for adding,
for asking,
for casting,
for catching,
for dancing,
for drafting,
for granting,
for handling,
for hanging,
for having,
for landing,
for mapping,
for matching,
for packing,
for passing,
for planning,
for planting,
for sampling,
for scanning,
for standing,
for tackling,
for tracking,
george canning,
gone flatting,
jaw champing,
law banning,
long lasting,
long standing,
lord canning,
more damning,
more lasting,
nor banding,
off gassing,
or acting,
or adding,
or asking,
or dancing,
or handling,
or hanging,
or having,
or lacking,
or passing,
or planning,
or standing,
pork scratching,
port mapping,
port scanning,
port spanning,
shawn fanning,
short acting,
short lasting,
small sampling,
sport stacking,
strong backing,
walasse ting,
your having

4 syllables:
before adding,
before asking,
before casting,
before catching,
before granting,
before handing,
before hatching,
before having,
before landing,
before passing,
before planting,
before tackling,
exon trapping,
prolonged standing,
recalled having,
record scratching,
report having,
transport planning

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