Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with soundings:

2 syllables:
brown rings,
brown things,
brown wings,
crowned hills,
grown wings,
round hills,
crowned kings,
found things,
round things,
brown limbs,
bought things,
brought things,
doubt things,
four things,
gauze wings,
house things,
own lives,
proud things,
south wings,
sprout wings,
your things,
count things,
round limbs,
sound limbs,
brown hills,
found tears,
found years,
know things,
own ears,
round tears,
sound fills,
crowd thins,
sound brings,
south mimms,
stout limbs,
your sins,
bought years,
brought cheers,
brought years,
crowd cheers,
drought years,
four years,
house bills,
house lives,
house years,
mouse lives,
mouth fills,
south mills,
spouse lives,
stand ins,
throughout years,
your fears,
your kids,
your lives,
crowned heads,
ground doves,
round heads,
sound heads,
brought tears,
brown skins,
brown twigs,
count years,
found its,
grown films,
round its,
browns mills,
house brings

3 syllables:
around hills,
around things,
compound things,
confound things,
profound things,
about things,
downy wings,
enough things,
profound fears,
pounding hooves,
pounding noise,
about the ears,
arouse fears,
enough skills,
compound heads,
around its,
county hills,
enough tears,
aroused fears,
enough lives,
enough pills,
enough years,
gauzy wings

4 syllables:
compounding these,
confounding these,
confounding those,
expounding these,
resounding noise,
surrounding hills,
surrounding homes,
surrounding noise,
surrounding these,
surrounding those

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