Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dumpling:

3 syllables:
plum pudding,
dipl ing,
blood pudding,
come running,
dutch whaling,
put putting,
thumb rubbing,
thumb sucking,
was putting,
blood pulsing,
plum puddings,
pumps using,
camel being,
chapel being,
couple being,
front using,
fun loving,
gopal singh,
gun running,
kamal singh,
kripal singh,
lungs using,
man coming,
nepal being,
parent using,
primal being,
sun loving,
tongue running,
tuned using,
when running,
blood coming,
blood gushing,
blood running,
blood rushing,
blood sucking,
but nothing,
chief running,
depth using,
drugs using,
flood coming,
gas cutting,
get nothing,
has nothing,
judge nothing,
judged using,
loved using,
probed using,
pulse using,
rudra singh,
scaled using,
scales using,
squirrel running,
stuff coming,
sukha singh,
touches nothing,
truck running,
trucks using,
twice running,
was coming,
was cutting,
was losing,
was nothing,
was running,
leg pulling,
truck pulling,
was pulling,
bundle being,
done nothing,
done using,
sludge bulking,
sponge pudding,
then adding,
then nothing,
then using,
when nothing,
when using

4 syllables:
begun putting,
become nothing,
becomes using,
summer fling,
summer pudding,
begun coming,
begun cutting,
begun losing,
begun running,
couple lying,
extent using,
acid loving,
acids using,
added nothing,
adult using,
advice coming,
office running,
product using,
result using,
become willing,
begun using,
bundle lying,
money putting,
number using

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See dumpling used in context: 6 rhymes, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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