Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with encompassing:

3 syllables:
when passing,
blood passing,
buck passing,
truck passing,
was passing,
blood packing,
rumour having,
bump mapping,
pumps having,
trucks passing,
sun bathing,
front having,
parent having,
punjab being,
tongue falling,
tongue lapping,
tongue lashing,
tongue wagging,
truck backing,
blood falling,
blood matching,
but lacking,
clubs having,
drugs aging,
drugs having,
in passing,
just having,
loved having,
loves having,
pulse having,
scales having,
stress falling,
string passing,
trust having,
wales having,
was calling,
was falling,
was lacking,
was laughing,
was raging,
breath passing,
his passing,
is passing,
quick passing,
sphere passing,
still passing,
there passing,
thread passing,
were passing,
man having,
men having,
some basis,
then having,
tongue having,
tongue tasting,
when planning,
blood having,
but having,
chief having,
chief planning,
comes calling,
comes dashing

4 syllables:
money passing,
become passive,
extra padding,
fluid passing,
asset backing,
begun calling,
begun falling,
commerce passing,
ireland having,
number passing,
urban caving,
acids having,
added laughing,
adult aging,
adult having,
asset mapping,
asset tracking,
conduct having,
ended matching,
extra planning,
extra staffing,
office calling,
product having,
result having,
until passing,
begun having,
begun planning,
cotton padding,
money chasing,
number having,
urban planning,
acid tasting,
asset having,
becomes acting,
closer packing,
commerce having

5 syllables:
officer passing,
untimely passing

Some other possibilities:

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