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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with footing:

2 syllables:
good king,
good thing,
stood being,
brook being,
bull ring,
floor being,
foot is,
moore being,
poor thing,
took wing,
bull baiting,
crooked thing,
cha ching,
death thing,
delle lingue,
ear ring,
good in,
ka ching,
mood in,
nan ning,
nelle lingue,
stood in,
wood in,
book in,
bull in,
bush in,
cook in,
floor in,
full in,
good his,
good if,
good is,
good it,
hook in,
look in,
mood is,
poor in,
pull him,
pull in,
pure in,
push him,
push in,
stood his,
took him,
took in,
tour in,
wood ear,
wood is,
wool in,
book is,
book it,
book iv,
bull is,
bush is,
cook it,
floor is,
hook is,
hook it,
hook kick,
look here,
look is,
look it,
poor is,
pull his,
pull it,
push his,
push it,
shook his,
shook it,
took his,
took ill,
took it,
wool is,
bharat singh,
bull tongue,
but being,
it being,
split being,
split ring,
threat being,
ts'ai t'ing,
yet being,
cooked in,
good things,
goods being,
looked him,
looked in,
mood swing


3 syllables:
contour being,
a la king,
extra thing,
admit being,
asset being,
aware routing,
pao ting,
regret being


4 syllables:
accurate aiming,
accurate in


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See footing used in context: 9 rhymes, 14 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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