Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with recording:

2 syllables:
for being,
for king,
fore wing,
fourth thing,
more thing,
or being,
or king,
or thing,
score being,
shore being,
store being,
board being,
bored being,
chord being,
sword being,
all being,
caught being,
chong shing,
clause being,
cross being,
draught being,
drawn being,
fault being,
fraud being,
gauge being,
small thing,
stalk being,
strong thing,
thought being,
vault being,
wrong being,
wrong thing,
board in,
chord in,
cord in,
court being,
lord in,
scored in,
short thing,
sport being,
stored in,
sword in,
ward in,
board his,
board is,
called being,
cord is,
cores being,
corps being,
corpse being,
course being,
doors being,
for dear,
for things,
force being,
forth being,
forth things,
fourth being,
george being,
horse being,
lord did,
lord is,
more things,
nor did,
north being,
or bring,
or did,
or things,
or think,
pores being

3 syllables:
adore being,
before being,
before hiring,
favour being,
vapour being,
record being,
assault being,
because being,
default being,
recall being,
before touching,
consort touching,
default routing,
export being,
report being,
resort being,
retort being,
support being,
transport being,
before firing,
before kings,
before pouring,
before things,
divorce being,
explore things,
glory being,
morrow being,
recalled being,
record his

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