Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chirping:

2 syllables:
flour being,
her being,
younger being,
birth being,
church being,
clerk being,
curve being,
earth being,
heard being,
jurors being,
nerve being,
nurse being,
purse being,
search being,
shirt being,
skirt being,
sperm being,
stern being,
third being,
verse being,
work being,
worth being,
church thing,
earth things,
erl king,
her things,
her think,
her wings,
khmer kings,
third thing,
worse thing,
worth aiming,
worth hiring,
flour bin,
her tongue,
her young,
verb in,
bird in,
birth in,
burn in,
church in,
clerk in,
crores in,
curb bit,
cure him,
cure in,
curve in,
dirt in,
earth in,
firm in,
girl in,
heard him,
heard in,
her big,
her chin,
her thin

3 syllables:
offer being,
attar singh,
buyer being,
deserve being,
drawer being,
expert being,
flower being,
layer being,
lower being,
mayor being,
offered being,
offers being,
our being,
player being,
power being,
prayer being,
prior being,
query being,
research being,
return being,
reverse being,
tower being,
clear thing,
furry thing,
offer things,
our king,
power thing,
research aiming,
reverse swing,
thorough chewing,
toward aiding,
truer thing,
fire pink,
offer young,
afford him,
concurred in,
converge in,
diverse in,
expert in

4 syllables:
employer being,
entire being,
employer hiring,
entire thing

5 syllables:
entrepreneurs in

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