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

2 syllables:
black wrought,
blacks ought,
plant ought,
facts ought,
that ought,
what ought,
and ought,
shall doubt,
branch ought,
had bought,
had wrought,
shall shout,
fact at,
banks ought,
cast doubt,
catch trout,
class ought,
frank bought,
packed house,
plants ought,
staff ought,
tract house,
at outs,
plaque count,
track count,
ach laut,
back chat,
back lot,
back that,
back what,
black knot,
black rat,
black rot,
black thought,
blacks sought,
cast at,
class taught,
court ought,
crack shot,
had taught,
heart ought,
jack pot,
last at,
pack rat,
passed at,
plant at,
snapped at,
snatched at,
staff taught,
stock bought,
tax at,
track matte,
track that,
and bought,
back down,
black cloud,
crack down,
hack down,
hands ought,
lands ought,
smack down,
track down,
at mount

3 syllables:
actor ought,
japan bought,
attacked at,
contact at,
apache trout,
attack brought,
chapter ought,
jacob bought,
japan ought,
master ought,
pastor ought,
statute ought,
contact brought,
exact count,
factors ought,
latter ought,
matter ought,
practice ought,
account ought,
aghast at,
amount ought,
attached at,
attack that,
enough clout,
report ought,
carried out.1,
carried out.2,
rather doubt,
advance scout,
allies ought,
answer ought,
apache scout,
attached house,
attack south

4 syllables:
abraham bought,
really doubt,
abraham brought

Some other possibilities:

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