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

5 letters:
et at


6 letters:
air at,
met at,
set at,
web at


7 letters:
care at,
fair at,
hair at,
cell at,
dead at,
debt at,
fell at,
head at,
peck at,
sell at,
step at,
them at


8 letters:
chair at,
stare at,
swear at,
where at,
death at,
guess at,
it ought,
press at,
ahead at,
hotel at,
upset at


9 letters:
sell outs,
air scout,
man ought,
men ought,
regret at


10 letters:
death that,
this ought,
success at


11 letters:
terre haute,
death ought,
press ought,
where doubt,
there ought,
blair house,
hence ought,
sense ought,
steps ought,
where house,
fresh trout,
share count,
where count,
where trout,
blood ought,
breath that,
judge ought,
thing ought,
error ought,
agent ought,
never ought,
merry shout,
progress at


12 letters:
well wrought,
french haute,
friend ought,
health ought,
wealth ought,
press sought,
effect ought,
fellow ought,
letter ought,
object ought,
excess grout,
office ought


13 letters:
bread brought,
chair brought,
death brought,
press brought,
shares bought,
smell brought,
success ought,
expense ought,
express doubt,
measure ought,
project ought,
respect ought,
subject ought,
heavy wrought,
never wrought,
library ought


14 letters:
pressure ought,
breath brought,
threat brought,
progress ought,
pleasure ought,
effect wrought,
marriage ought,
together ought,
library bought


15 letters:
success brought


16 letters:
death throughout,
progress brought


17 letters:
breath throughout


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