Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tailing:

2 syllables:
day being,
maybe being,
spray being,
frail being,
frail thing,
scale being,
trail being,
whale being,
fail in,
jail in,
mail in,
male in,
nail in,
rail in,
sail in,
sale in,
scale in,
trail in,
base ring,
blade being,
blame being,
blame thing,
brain being,
brake being,
brave thing,
case being,
chain being,
chait singh,
claim being,
drain being,
eight being,
eighth being,
faith being,
flame being,
frame being,
freight being,
gay lib,
grace being,
grade being,
grain being,
grave being,
grave thing,
gray pink,
late king,
mail is,
main thing,
maize being,
male is,
may bring,
may think,
maybe bring,
name being,
phase being,
phrase being,
place being,
plague being,
plain being,
plain thing

3 syllables:
abhay singh,
array being,
delay being,
friday being,
survey being,
today being,
detail being,
entail being,
female being,
female thing,
relay link,
detail in,
female in,
prevail in,
ajaib singh,
always aiming,
always being,
became king,
brigade being,
campaign being,
debate being,
decade being,
delay things,
delays being,
detail here,
detail is,
domain being,
drawer being,
estate being,
evade being,
explain being,
facade being,
female is,
frigate being,
layer being,
mayor being,
nitrate being

4 syllables:
aggregate being,
japanese being

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