Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with trafficking:

3 syllables:
traffic being,
at hearing,
class singing,
glass sitting,
back filling,
brass fitting,
magic being,
magic thing,
staff giving,
staff living,
staff sitting,
staff willing,
static being,
static cling,
static thing,
traffic is,
traffic routing,
graph using,
hop picking,
staff using,
though fearing,
laughing in,
magic in,
panic in,
and hearing,
baggage being,
basis being,
cabin being,
carriage being,
class living,
class switching,
having being,
magic is,
massive thing,
package being,
packing being,
packing ring,
passing thing,
passive being,
passive thing,
planning being,
rabbit being,
savage being,
savage thing,
scat singing,
stand hearing,
than willing,
that giving,
that living,
staff looking,
amrik singh,
and fishing,
blast fishing,
brass fittings,
class thinking,
danish kings,
dragged kicking,
fabric being,
grass skiing,
hand picking,
magic rings,
magic things,
plastic being,
plastic thing

4 syllables:
aromatic ring,
germanic kings,
graphic showing,
graphic using,
traffic calming,
traffic coming,
traffic going,
traffic having,
traffic heading,
traffic using,
attack living,
attack shipping,
combat rising,
exact timing,
hammer hitting,
after hearing,
after hitting,
aromatic rings,
bladder filling,
ceramic rings,
crappie fishing,
exact fitting,
italics being,
laughter filling,
magic healing,
manner fitting,
matter filling,
pranic healing,
romantic thing

5 syllables:
really hearing,
really hitting,
ceramic cooking,
ceramic cutting,
charismatic healing

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