Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with heading:

2 syllables:
death thing,
delle lingue,
nelle lingue,
bread being,
dread being,
dread thing,
spread being,
thread being,
bread in,
dead in,
lead him,
lead in,
spread in,
thread in,
threat being,
yet being,
air being,
bread is,
breath being,
care being,
chair being,
check being,
cheng ching,
dead is,
death being,
flesh being,
fresh thing,
guess being,
head is,
lead his,
lead is,
lead it,
neck ring,
pkware, inc,
press being,
press inc.,
share being,
shell being,
sketch being,
smell being,
spell being,
spread his,
spread is,
spread it,
suresh singh,
them being,
thread is,
web ring,
wedge being,
well being,
where being,
breadth being,
dead link,
dreads being,
friend being,
heads being,
leads being,
legged thing,
spared being,
spend being,
spread wings,
threads being,
trend being,
cell lung,
cha ching,
debt in,
dressed in,
ear ring,
et in,
ka ching,
met him,
met in,
nan ning,
net in,
set him,
set in,
set in.,
stressed in,
threat in

3 syllables:
ahead in,
aware routing,
regret being,
access being,
excess being,
express being,
hotel being,
narain singh,
possess being,
progress being,
repair being,
success being,
unfair thing,
steady thing,
a la king,
addressed him,
addressed in,
extra thing

4 syllables:
dividend being,
cigarette in

Some other possibilities:

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