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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with spinning:

2 syllables:
big spring,
big thing,
bit string,
bring bring,
ching ching,
ching ming,
clipped wing,
did bring,
ding ding,
ding ling,
ding ning,
drift king,
drill string,
fixed wing,
gin ring,
hip sling,
his king,
his ring,
his wing,
hsing hsing,
hsin ching,
ilse bing,
inge king,
in thing,
is king,
its king,
its sting,
jim king,
jing jing,
jin ming,
king ding,
lich king,
ling ling,
lip ring,
mid spring,
mill spring,
ming ming,
ms spring,
near thing,
nil ring,
ping ping,
queer thing,
ridge spring,
ring ding,
ring ring,
ring sting,
sear spring,
shrink ring,
sing sing,
six string,
split ring,
spring fling,
spring ring,
still cling,
string string,
swing wing,
this king,
this ring,
this spring,
this string,
this thing,
till spring,
tim king,
ting ling,
ting ting,
trim ring,
vir singh,
weird thing,
which bring,
which king,
which spring,
whing ding,
will bring,
will cling,
will sing,
will spring,
wing ding,
witch king,
with king,
with spring,
with string,
ying ying,
zinns ring

3 syllables:
belleville spring,
fan bingbing,
guo jingjing,
until spring,
xi jinping

4 syllables:
colored hearing

6 syllables:
confirmation hearing

7 syllables:
administrative hearing

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