Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bounding:

2 syllables:
brown being,
brown thing,
crown being,
own being,
own thing,
bound being,
crowned king,
found being,
ground being,
pound being,
round being,
round thing,
sound being,
sound thing,
wound being,
cloud being,
crowd being,
doubt being,
house being,
mouse being,
mouth being,
proud thing,
south being,
spouse being,
throughout being,
trout being,
your being,
your king,
count being,
drowned in,
found him,
found in,
ground in,
round him,
round in,
sound in,
wound in,
brown deer,
brown rings,
brown things,
brown wings,
crowns being,
found here,
found his,
found is,
found it,
ground is,
ground it,
ground itch,
grown wings,
nouns being,
own dear,
round here,
round his,
round it,
sound is,
towns being,
wound is,
crowned kings,
found things,
found touching,
ground pink,
grounds being,
hounds being,
pounds being,
round things,
rounds being

3 syllables:
around being,
compound being,
profound thing,
about being,
about hiring,
about touching,
tao te ching,
abound in,
account being,
amount being,
around him,
around in,
compound in,
pao ting,
surround him,
around here,
around his,
around is,
around it,
compound is,
enough being,
enough thing,
hsiao ching,
surround it,
around things,
compound things,
compounds being,
confound things,
founder being,
profound things

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See bounding used in context: 7 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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