Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with waddling:

3 syllables:
modes using,
bada bing,
goddam thing,
sardul singh,
blocked using,
blots using,
chart using,
got nothing,
heart aching,
heart using,
model being,
not coming,
not nothing,
not putting,
not running,
plots using,
sadul singh,
santa singh,
shots using,
spots using,
start adding,
start humming,
start using,
stopped aching,
stopped adding,
stopped humming,
stopped using,
washed using,
blocks using,
cause coming,
cause nothing,
charge using,
clock running,
cock sucking,
crops using,
france using,
from coming,
from nothing,
from putting,
from running,
larva being,
month using,
rock loving,
rocks using,
shops using,
sobha singh,
solve using,
squares using,
stars using,
stock judging,
stock running,
stocks using,
stops using,
terrace running,
whom nothing,
bottle being,
god willing,
data being,
data using,
hot tubbing,
not using,
strata being,
baldev singh,
bayard cutting,
block cutting,
block using,
bonds using,
cards using,
cause buckling,
cause bulging,
caused nothing,
clock using,
crop dusting,
drama being,
from using,
garden being,
guard coming,
hardev singh,
harpal singh,
jonah being,
karpal singh

4 syllables:
respond using,
canada being,
canada using,
apart using,
declare nothing,
females using,
passage running,
response using,
bottle lying,
plotted using,
beyond adding,
beyond using,
blockade using,
bodies using,
collage using,
compare using,
evolved using,
followed using,
jawala singh

Some other possibilities:

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