Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hang in there:

3 syllables:
chafing gear,
falling sheer,
static shear,
rabbit ear,
graph linear,
again were,
baron pierre,
cabin where,
happened here,
landing gear,
nation were,
standing near,
though sincere,
aging years,
falling sphere,
falling tears,
falling thick,
having reared,
having thick,
nagging fears,
panic fears,
panic years,
passing thing

4 syllables:
banning their,
cramming their,
craning their,
fanning their,
jamming their,
manning their,
planning their,
scanning their,
slamming their,
backing their,
banish their,
barring their,
bashing their,
bathing their,
calling their,
cashing their,
catching their,
chasing their,
clapping their,
clashing their,
cracking their,
dashing their,
dragging their,
flapping their,
flashing their,
gnashing their,
grabbing their,
hacking their,
hatching their,
having their,
lacking their,
lashing their,
laughing their,
manage their,
mapping their,
massing their,
matching their,
packing their,
padding their,
passing their,
patting their,
plaguing their,
racking their,
sapping their,
scratching their,
slapping their,
slashing their,
smacking their,
smashing their,
snapping their,
snatching their,
splashing their,
stabbing their,
stacking their,
staffing their,
tapping their,
thrashing their,
tracking their,
wagging their,
waging their,
waving their,
wrapping their,
basis their,
lavish their,
package their,
ravage their,
banging their,
clanking their,
ranking their,
thanking their,
examined here,
planning appear,
planning career,
ceramic sphere

5 syllables:
attaching their,
attacking their,
surpassing their

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