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2 syllables:
clause ought,
or ought,
strong ought,
thought ought,
course ought,
force ought,
horse ought,
thoughts ought,
class ought,
house ought,
loss at,
yours ought,
all doubt,
board ought,
call outs,
caught trout,
court ought,
doss house,
for doubt,
joss house,
small doubt,
store bought,
strong doubt,
though brought,
though couched,
though south,
broad snout,
courts ought,
hoarse shout,
cause ought,
pause at,
all at,
ball at,
call at,
caught at,
crown ought,
door at,
doubt ought,
draw shot,
drawn at,
fall at,
for at,
for aught,
for hot,
fought at,
hall at,
law not,
law that,
long at,
more at,
nor at,
or at,
or hot,
ought ought,
saw not,
saw that,
saw what,
scoff at,
shore at,
small at,
south ought,
staff ought,
store at,
straw cat,
strong at,
talk at,
taught at,
taught taught,
that ought,
though caught,
though not,
though that,
though thought,
though what,
thought at,
tore at,
walk at,
wall at,
war at,
what ought,
call house,
draught house,
draw down


3 syllables:
author ought,
daughter ought,
lawyer ought,
record ought,
reform ought,
report ought,
story ought,
water ought,
withdraw south,
because at,
along at,
before at,
enough doubt,
japan ought,
passage ought,
among house,
before house


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