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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bugging:

2 syllables:
cha ching,
ka ching,
nan ning,
beg him,
drug in,
kharak singh,
leg in,
stuck being,
sun king,
the sun king,
truck being,
was king,
when king,
young king,
bharat singh,
blood being,
brush being,
but being,
can sing,
ch'en p'ing,
chief being,
chief thing,
chung ching,
chung hsing,
cud chewing,
done thing,
douglas being,
drug is,
dutch being,
fearsome thing,
gas ring,
gull wing,
guman singh,
jaimal singh,
jaipal singh,
judge being,
kun ming,
lan ping,
leg is,
leg it,
man being,
men being,
nan ching,
nan ling,
quorum being,
sarup singh,
skull being,
sludge being,
some being,
some thing,
stress being,
stuff being,
such being,
such thing,
the done thing,
then being,
thumb being,
thumb ring,
thus being,
tongue being,
truss being,
twice being,
up being,
was being,
when being,
young being,
young thing,
colleague being,
drugs being,
leg sling,
chuck in,
death thing,
delle lingue,
ear ring,
luck in,
muck in,
nelle lingue,
struck him,
struck in,
stuck in,
suck in,
truck in,
was hung


3 syllables:
a la king,
extra thing,
sea king,
added being,
advice being,
asset being,
chia ling,
extra things,
office being,
sea wing,
uncle being,
unless being


4 syllables:
area being,
idea being


Some other possibilities:

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