Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with poxing:

2 syllables:
block being,
clock being,
flock being,
huang hsing,
lock ring,
not sing,
shock being,
stock being,
blocks being,
locks being,
rocks being,
stocks being,
hog ring,
both being,
cause being,
choir being,
from being,
from king,
god king,
huang ching,
huang t'ing,
john king,
lodge being,
not being,
not ring,
not touching,
notch being,
odd thing,
prom king,
scott being,
square being,
square thing,
stop being,
watch being,
blocks in,
fox in,
rocks in,
stocks in,
box is,
cause sloughing,
choir sings,
clark being,
clock rings,
cocks ear,
crops being,
drops being,
france being,
knock things,
knots being,
loc. cit,
loc cit,
not sink,
plots being,
rock pink,
rocks is,
scots being,
shops being,
shots being,
slop sink,
slots being,
socks it,
spark being,
spots being,
star sting,
stops being,
topps chewing,
wazir singh,
box spring,
clock spring,
marks being,
parks being,
black being,
black ring,
black thing,
crack being,
shock lung,
stack being,
stalk being

3 syllables:
thakar singh,
jiang qing,
passage being,
ballots being,
bizarre thing,
kapur singh,
occur being,
remark being,
response being,
makhan singh,
prakash singh,
remarks being,
attack being,
awake young,
bikram singh,
dharam singh

4 syllables:
jawahar singh,
bhawani singh,
jawala singh,
piara singh,
sawai singh

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