Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with repelling:

7 letters:
bell in,
cell in,
fell in,
hell in,
sell in,
tell in,
well in,
bell is,
cell is,
hell is,
sell it,
tell if,
tell it,
well if,
well is,
well it

8 letters:
dwell in,
sell him,
shell in,
tell him,
fell ill,
sell his,
shell is,
smell is,
smell it,
spell it,
tell his,
web ring,
hotel in,
hotel is

9 letters:
air being,
neck ring,
well here,
yet being,
dead link

10 letters:
well being,
care being,
press inc.,
them being,
bell rings,
help being,
shell pink,
compel him

11 letters:
death thing,
shell being,
smell being,
spell being,
bread being,
chair being,
check being,
cheng ching,
death being,
dread being,
dread thing,
flesh being,
fresh thing,
guess being,
pkware, inc,
press being,
share being,
wedge being,
where being,
bells being,
cells being,
shell rings,
wells being,
hotel being,
belly being,
delhi being

12 letters:
delle lingue,
nelle lingue,
breath being,
sketch being,
spread being,
suresh singh,
thread being,
threat being,
delle cinque,
health being,
shells being,
smell things,
spell things,
twelve being,
wealth being,
access being,
excess being,
narain singh,
regret being,
repair being,
unfair thing,
fellow being,
seller being,
yellow being

13 letters:
aware routing,
express being,
possess being,
success being

14 letters:
progress being

Some other possibilities:

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