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

2 syllables:
where doubt,
friend ought,
terre haute,
french haute,
health ought,
hence ought,
pressure ought,
sense ought,
steps ought,
wealth ought,
well wrought,
glared at,
stared at,
there doubt,
where trout,
air scout,
bear down,
bear down/,
breath throughout,
chair brought,
death ought,
death throughout,
fresh doubts,
friend bought,
friends ought,
pare down,
pared down,
press ought,
self doubt,
share count,
shares bought,
sheds doubt,
stare down,
stared down,
wear down,
where count,
air shot,
air that,
be in doubt,
bear cat,
bear that,
blair thought,
can doubt,
care not,
care that,
care what,
chair that,
claire thought,
clare thought,
dare not,
dear bought,
end at,
fair that,
friend at,
hair that,
held at,
in doubt,
litde doubt,
much doubt,
rare that,
share that,
share what,
shares at,
some doubt,
spend at,
still doubt,
swear that,
there bought,
were bought,
where not,
where that,
where thought,
with doubt

3 syllables:
express doubt,
agent ought,
effect ought,
object ought,
project ought,
respect ought,
subject ought,
expense ought,
prepared at,
any doubt,
express doubts,
expressed doubt,
marriage ought,
merry shout,
method ought,
never doubt,
progress ought,
success ought,
error ought,
fairly doubt,
severe doubt,
their doubts,
attend at,
aware that,
ireland ought

4 syllables:
library bought,
library ought

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