Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pooping:

2 syllables:
screw being,
you being,
new king,
new thing,
you sing,
group being,
group inc.,
brute being,
choose being,
coup in,
crews being,
fruit being,
groove being,
group in,
jew baiting,
loop in,
proof being,
school being,
screws being,
shoes being,
sprue pin,
tooth being,
truce being,
truth being,
views being,
you bring,
blue pill,
few things,
group is,
group iv,
loop is,
new things,
school thing,
screw pitch,
screw things,
smooth things,
soong ch'ing,
soong ching,
threw things,
you pick,
you think,
group sings,
group things,
group think,
groups aiming,
groups being,
loops being,
troops being,
few young,
too young,
you young,
bloom in,
boom in,
clued in,
cool in,
cue bid,
cues in,
due bill,
food in,
fool in,
fruit in,
fuel in,
groove in,
jews in,
june in,
loose in,
moon in,
move him,
move 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,
review spring,
a true bill,
abuse in,
accuse him,
acute in,
assume in,
bedroom in

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

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