Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sauerkraut:

2 syllables:
brought brought,
brown brought,
crowd brought,
crown brought,
doubt brought,
drought brought,
house brought,
mouth brought,
shout brought,
south brought,
hours brought,
four out,
brown stout,
counts out,
grounds out,
grown stout,
mouth throughout,
pounds ought,
pounds out,
south throughout,
forks out,
marked out,
or brought,
war brought,
bought bought,
brown bought,
brown crown,
brown throughout,
clouds brought,
crown crown,
crown throughout,
doubt throughout,
drought throughout,
drowned out,
found out,
ground brought,
ground ought,
grown throughout,
house bought,
house throughout,
pound out,
pound trout,
scouts brought,
shouts brought,
sound brought,
towns brought,
trout pout,
wound brought,
wrought throughout,
black wrought,
clark brought,
fork out,
stork brought,
your cat,
bought out,
bows out,
brought out,
brown out,
crown ought,
doubt ought,
down out,
grown out,
hours throughout,
house ought,
ought ought,
out out,
scout out,
south ought,
wrought out

3 syllables:
dowry brought,
enough clout,
amount bought,
enough throughout,
before brought,
account brought,
account ought,
amount brought,
amount ought,
flowers brought,
howard brought,
powers brought,
profound doubt,
route brought,
remark brought,
enough doubt,
power brought

4 syllables:
abraham brought

Some other possibilities:

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