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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cast about:

3 syllables:
acted out,
practice ought,
classes ought,
fatten out,
flatten out,
jacob bought,
passes out,
ratted out,
shasta mount,
vast amount,
cattle bought,
handed out,
action ought,
branches out,
taxes ought,
casting out,
blazon out,
brazen out,
padded out,
babble out,
blacken out,
bracket out,
catches out,
draft account,
fallen out,
grant amount,
lashes out,
nation ought,
plant account,
ration out,
ravel out,
scant amount,
splashes out,
hostess brought,
battle shout,
captain brought,
class account,
fast enough,
hannah brought,
jacob brought,
practice brought,
sarah brought,
that account,
that amount,
vast amounts,
what amount,
acted at,
acting out,
bottle out,
class without,
counted out,
fascia latae,
glass without,
grass without,
opted out,
pass without,
planted at,
planting out,
practice at,
sorted out,
started out,
wanted out,
and amount,
battle brought,
cattle brought,
classes brought,
draft aloud,
jason brought,
masses brought,
planned amount,
status brought


4 syllables:
example ought,
abstract account,
capital ought,
exact account,
exact amount,
protracted drought,
amassed enough,
master account,
strategy ought,
advantage ought,
compass without,
catastrophe brought,
hastily brought


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