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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with put out:

2 syllables:
blood ought,
judge ought,
man ought,
men ought,
cut outs,
parent ought,
terra haute,
but at,
cut at,
get at,
get hot,
it ought,
can doubt,
much doubt,
some doubt,
has bought,
has wrought,
nut house,
run outs,
was bought,
just bought,
parents ought,
stuffed trout,
sun trout,
young trout,
blood at,
be on at,
can at,
can not,
chief at,
chief fault,
club at,
clutch at,
come at,
crush hat,
death ought,
done at,
douglas sought,
fun at,
fuss at,
gas at,
gun at,
has at,
hung at,
judge at,
la motte,
love at,
man at,
man not,
men at,
men not,
much at,
pluck at,
plug hat,
press ought,
ran at,
run at


3 syllables:
office ought,
conduct ought,
extra stout,
product ought,
result ought,
ireland ought,
brother ought,
herea bout,
lover ought,
money ought,
mother ought,
russia ought,
trial ought,
uncle bought,
agents ought,
ala tau,
britain ought,
client ought,
credit ought,
duties ought,
greater doubt,
poets ought,
priest ought,
product bought,
results ought,
sea trout,
spirit ought,
ticket tout,
acid at,
added at,
ended at,
advice sought,
arise at,
become at,
begun at,
excel at,
extra thought,
office at,
office sought,
progress ought


4 syllables:
equity ought,
italy ought,
officer ought


Some other possibilities:

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