Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with wobbling:

3 syllables:
stop using,
bada bing,
block cutting,
block using,
clock using,
data being,
data using,
drama being,
from using,
hot tubbing,
jonah being,
not using,
shock coming,
square using,
stock coming,
stock using,
strata being,
swan upping,
awful being,
awful thing,
data link,
job hunting,
model being,
novel being,
novel thing,
novell, inc,
nozzle being,
profile being,
sadul singh,
sobha singh,
spatial thing,
bowel being,
cause buckling,
cause bulging,
marble being,
towel ring,
vowel being,
not telling,
crops using,
from putting,
model in,
not putting,
novel in,
oval in,
profile in,
shops using,
stopped aching,
stopped adding,
stopped humming,
stopped using,
stops using,
blocked using,
blocks using,
blots using,
bonus being,
bottom being,
cause coming,
cause nothing,
causes being,
charge using,
chart using,
chosen being,
clock running,
cock sucking,
colon being,
common being,
common thing,
cottage being,
data sink,
dramas being,
france using,
from asking,
from coming,
from nothing,
from running,
gonna bring,
gonna think,
got nothing,
gotta bring

4 syllables:
canada being,
canada using,
collage using,
compare using,
jawala singh,
passage using,
piara singh,
strata lying,
copper using,
apart using,
bother using,
data showing,
declare nothing,
deposit being,
drama going,
embrace something,
father using,
females using,
follow using

5 syllables:
another using,
canada having

Some other possibilities:

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