Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cribbing:

2 syllables:
strip being,
brick being,
bridge being,
cheque being,
cousin being,
ditch being,
drill being,
firing being,
here being,
him being,
his being,
if being,
ill being,
in being,
is being,
it being,
paris being,
parish being,
pitch being,
ridge being,
sheer being,
singh being,
skill being,
smith being,
spear being,
sphere being,
split being,
spring being,
stick being,
still being,
stitch being,
string being,
switch being,
there being,
thing being,
this being,
trick being,
were being,
which being,
with being,
slip ring,
big thing,
ching ching,
ching ming,
ding ding,
ding ling,
fifth thing,
his king,
in king,
is king,
near thing,
queer thing,
quick thing,
shere singh,
sing sing,
singh singh,
split ring,
still chewing,
swing wing,
there chewing,
thing thing,
this king,
this ring,
this thing,
ting ling,
touching thing,
which king,
which thing,
whing ding,
will sing,
wing ding,
with king,
chips being,
script being,
ships being,
strips being,
trips being,
beard being,
bills being,
bricks being,
built being,
chicks being,
christ being,
did bring

3 syllables:
admit being,
berlin being,
career being,
relish being,
resin being,
until being,
virgin being,
a near thing,
hamir singh,
admits being,
conflict being,
courage being,
decay being,
dinner being

4 syllables:
unselfish thing,
consider being

Some other possibilities:

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