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

2 syllables:
queen ought,
scheme ought,
beauty wrought,
peace ought,
speech ought,
they bought,
trees ought,
beauty ought,
been bought,
been wrought,
means ought,
surely ought,
they ought,
been at,
been not,
by not,
mean not,
my not,
queen at,
scene at,
screen at,
see not,
seen at,
seen not,
sign at,
surely not,
they not,
try not,
why not,
beauty brought,
by count,
eel pout,
field ought,
green house,
least ought,
leave doubt,
marine house,
my doubts,
needs ought,
read outs,
screen house,
surely brought,
surely count,
they brought,
three stout,
wheat bought,
been brought,
green count,
green mount,
queen brought,
scene brought,
they know,
beam at,
seem at,
steam at,
stream at,
team at,
beach at


3 syllables:
appeal ought,
areas ought,
belief ought,
believe ought,
college ought,
ideas ought,
relief ought,
china ought,
ideally ought,
machine at,
extreme doubt,
beliefs ought,
believed ought,
believes ought,
degree brought,
expressly brought,
herea bout,
leader ought,
machine hour,
mclean house,
mcsween house,
neither ought,
preacher ought,
reader ought,
speaker ought,
teacher ought,
theory ought,
treaty ought,
china bought,
client ought,
freeman ought,
machine brought,
meaning ought,
reason ought,
region ought,
agree that,
agreed at,
areas at,
asleep at


4 syllables:
believer ought,
employees ought,
procedure ought


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