Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cummings:

2 syllables:
fearsome things,
some things,
run ins,
judge innes,
plug ins,
shut ins,
tuck ins,
chalk hills,
judge hears,
pep pills,
rural lives,
youthful lives,
bourbon kings,
when things,
young kings,
young things,
but things,
chief things,
comme s'ils,
get things,
judge things,
let things,
put things,
some kids,
some years,
sprouted wings,
such things,
thrush sings,
viewless wings,
summed things,
climb hills,
comme elles,
there rings,
with things,
young limbs,
judge symmes,
man lives,
ones ears,
snuff films,
ten years,
wrung tears,
young lives,
young years,
blood fills,
brushed tears,
chief lives,
dural tears,
flood years,
judge biggs

3 syllables:
extra things,
become kings,
become things,
coming as,
allan hills,
extra limbs,
allah lives,
allah wills,
extra lives,
extra years,
osage hills,
uncle lives,
running as,
added things,
added wings,
albion mills,
chera kings,
ended things,
nothing as,
nothing has,
nothing whose,
shutting eyes,
summer hills,
unless things,
using as,
coming hours,
coming phase,
drumming noise,
humming noise,
slimy things,
something as,
something has,
something whose,
summer things,
summing these,
become heads,
become heirs,
become its,
begun years,
sunny hills,
urban lives,
abrupt hills,
added years,
ahalf years,
asset lives,
beloved hills,
druid hills,
ended years,
extra skills

4 syllables:
becoming those

5 syllables:
galilean hills

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See cummings used in context: 18 rhymes, several books and articles.

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