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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with prodding:

2 syllables:
god king,
odd thing,
god in,
huang t'ing,
not being,
not ring,
not sing,
not touching,
rod in,
scott being,
block being,
both being,
cause being,
choir being,
clock being,
flock being,
from being,
from king,
god did,
god is,
god it,
hog ring,
huang ching,
huang hsing,
john king,
lock ring,
lodge being,
notch being,
prom king,
rod is,
shock being,
sod it,
square being,
square thing,
stock being,
stop being,
watch being,
caused being,
guard being,
guard ring,
modes being,
got him,
got in,
hot in,
knot in,
lot in,
not him,
not in,
pot in,
rot in,
scott in,
shot him,
shot in,
slot in,
spot in,
straw being,
though being,
trough being,
bar in,
bog in,
bom in,
bomb in,
both him,
both in,
calm in,
car in,
cause him,
cause in,
dob in,
dog in,
far in,
from him,
from in,
got here,
got his,
got it,
hot tip


3 syllables:
bizarre thing,
bizarre things,
jiang qing,
passage being,
thakar singh,
bada bing,
regard being,
pao ting,
enough being,
enough thing,
hsiao ching,
awake in,
compare in,
declare in,
iran in


4 syllables:
jawahar singh,
sawai singh,
canada being


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