Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with slotting:

2 syllables:
huang t'ing,
not being,
not ring,
not sing,
not touching,
scott being,
god king,
got him,
got in,
hot in,
knot in,
lot in,
not him,
not in,
odd thing,
plot in,
pot in,
rot in,
scott in,
shot him,
shot in,
spot in,
block being,
both being,
cause being,
choir being,
clock being,
flock being,
from being,
from king,
got here,
got his,
got it,
hog ring,
hot tip,
huang ching,
huang hsing,
john king,
lock ring,
lodge being,
lot is,
not hear,
not here,
not his,
not hit,
not if,
not ill,
not is,
not it,
not till,
notch being,
plot is,
pot is,
prom king,
shock being,
shot his,
shot is,
spot is,
square being,
square thing,
stock being,
stop being,
watch being,
caste being,
cause tearing,
chart being,
heart being,
hot link,
hot pink,
hot wiring,
knots being,
most touching,
not bring,
not sink,
not things,
not think,
part being,
plots being,
scots being,
shots being,
slots being,
smart thing,
spots being,
star sting,
start being,
start chewing,
start hiring,
start tearing

3 syllables:
bizarre thing,
pao ting,
bizarre things,
jiang qing,
passage being,
thakar singh,
apart being,
ballots being,
data being

4 syllables:
jawahar singh,
sawai singh

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