Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cooling:

2 syllables:
new king,
new thing,
screw being,
you being,
you sing,
school being,
school thing,
fool in,
fuel in,
rule in,
school in,
soul in,
blew lid,
brute being,
choose being,
cool it,
crews being,
few things,
fruit being,
fuel is,
groove being,
group being,
group inc.,
jew baiting,
new things,
pool is,
proof being,
rule is,
rule it,
school is,
screw things,
screws being,
shoes being,
smooth things,
soong ch'ing,
soong ching,
soul is,
threw things,
tool is,
tooth being,
truce being,
truth being,
views being,
you bring,
you think,
mules being,
rules being,
school links,
school things,
school think,
schools being,
stools being,
tools being,
few young,
too young,
you young,
bloom in,
boom in,
clued in,
coop in,
coup in,
cues in,
duke in,
food in

3 syllables:
review being,
abuse being,
balloon being,
bedroom being,
confuse being,
costume being,
excuse being,
preclude being,
produce being,
pursuit being,
refuse being,
solute being,
triune being,
truer thing,
untrue things,
cruel thing,
kewal singh,
phula singh,
ruler being,
truly being,
abuse in,
accuse him,
acute in,
assume in,
bedroom in

4 syllables:
molecule being,
molecule in,
absolute being,
absolute thing,
longitude being,
molecule is,
molecules being,
absolute in

Some other possibilities:

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See cooling used in context: 41 rhymes, 7 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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