Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with stunning:

6 letters:
can in,
fun in,
gun in,
man in,
men in,
pen in,
ran in,
son in,
sun in,
ten in,
won in,
can it,
gun is,
man if,
man is,
man it,
men is,
men it,
pen is,
ion in,
ion is

7 letters:
done in,
lain in,
then in,
tion in,
when in,
won him,
can hit,
done if,
done is,
done it,
man his,
pen nib,
ran his

8 letters:
nan ning,
ka ching,
can sing,
kun ming,
lan ping,
nan ling,
sun king,
done him,
slain in,
can hear,
done his,
gas ring,
man here,
men here,
begun in

9 letters:
cha ching,
man being,
men being,
nan ching,
when king,
but being,
done here,
gull wing,
a la king,
begun his,
chia ling

10 letters:
done thing,
then being,
when being,
some being,
some thing,
thumb ring,
young king,
area being,
idea being

11 letters:
ch'en p'ing,
guman singh,
chung ching,
chung hsing,
thumb being,
young being,
young thing,
blood being,
brush being,
chief being,
chief thing,
cud chewing,
dutch being,
judge being,
extra thing,
added being,
asset being

12 letters:
the sun king,
quorum being,
tongue being,
bharat singh,
jaimal singh,
jaipal singh,
kharak singh,
advice being,
extra things,
office being

13 letters:
douglas being

14 letters:
the done thing,
fearsome thing

Some other possibilities:

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