Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with kerning:

2 syllables:
flour being,
her being,
younger being,
stern being,
learn in,
sperm being,
worn in,
worth aiming,
birth being,
burn it,
church being,
church thing,
clerk being,
curve being,
earn his,
earth being,
earth things,
erl king,
heard being,
her things,
her think,
her wings,
jurors being,
khmer kings,
learn his,
learn is,
learn it,
nerve being,
nurse being,
purse being,
search being,
shirt being,
skirt being,
third being,
third thing,
turn his,
turn is,
turn it,
verse being,
work being,
worse thing,
worth being,
worth hiring,
learn things,
learned being,
turns being,
firm in

3 syllables:
attar singh,
offer being,
return being,
research aiming,
return in,
sojourn in,
buyer being,
clear thing,
deserve being,
drawer being,
expert being,
flower being,
furry thing,
layer being,
lower being,
mayor being,
offer things,
offered being,
offers being,
our being,
our king,
player being,
power being,
power thing,
prayer being,
prior being,
query being,
research being,
return his,
return is,
return it,
reverse being,
reverse swing,
thorough chewing,
toward aiding,
tower being,
truer thing,
charan singh,
concerned being,
concerns being,
journey being,
learner being,
return swing,
return things,
returns being,
urine being

4 syllables:
employer being,
employer hiring,
entire being,
entire thing

Some other possibilities:

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