Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with foddering:

2 syllables:
be watching,
bed blocking,
e shopping

3 syllables:
spar hung,
bother being,
copper being,
dollar being,
donor being,
father being,
honor being,
john irving,
kapur singh,
occur being,
prof. irving,
proper being,
proper thing,
vapor being,
flower being,
our being,
our king,
power being,
power thing,
tower being,
acre in,
bother him,
copper in,
dollar in,
father in,
honor in,
occur in,
proper in,
scholar in,
vapor in,
copper is,
dollar is,
father is,
hearth there,
honor is,
occur if,
occur is,
proper is,
vapor is,
ad blocking,
are causing,
are watching,
arthur being,
bizarre thing,
block learning,
block working,
bomber wings,
bombers being,
cause blurring,
cause burning,
cause learning,
cause working,
charter being,
clock nursing,
copper kings,
copper rings,
copper wiring,
doctor being,
dollar earnings,
dollars being,
donors being,
drop forging,
farmer being,
father bring

4 syllables:
another being,
another thing,
honor owing,
occur owing,
pottery being,
power owing,
another in,
pottery in,
another if,
another is,
another it,
guitar pick,
guitar which,
pottery is,
another think,
bother doing,
bother going,
bother having,
bother hiding,
bother saying,
bother showing,
bother using,
copper etching,
copper having,
copper using,
copper weighing,
departure being,
dollar going,
father doing

5 syllables:
another having,
another hearing,
another saying,
another using

Some other possibilities:

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