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

2 syllables:
beauty wrought,
peace ought,
queen ought,
scheme ought,
speech ought,
they bought,
trees ought,
beauty ought,
eel pout,
field ought,
surely ought,
they ought,
by lot,
dry lot,
feel at,
meal at,
my lot,
very loud,
beauty brought,
bee louse,
been bought,
been wrought,
by count,
least ought,
leave doubt,
means ought,
my doubts,
needs ought,
read outs,
steel house,
surely brought,
surely count,
they brought,
three stout,
wheat bought,
wheel house,
breech clout,
beach at,
beam at,
beauty caught,
beauty that,
been at,
been not,
by not,
by that,
by thought,
by what,
cry that,
dewey sought,
dewey thought,
dry fat,
dry rot,
each at,
eat at,
feet at

3 syllables:
appeal ought,
areas ought,
belief ought,
believe ought,
college ought,
ideas ought,
relief ought,
ideally ought,
beliefs ought,
believed ought,
believes ought,
china ought,
degree brought,
expressly brought,
extreme doubt,
herea bout,
leader ought,
neither ought,
preacher ought,
reader ought,
speaker ought,
teacher ought,
theory ought,
treaty ought,
appeal brought,
dealer bought,
feeling ought,
freely bought,
gabriel brought,
agree that,
agreed at,
areas at,
asleep at,
chinese sought,
college at,
decree sought,
decree that,
defeat at,
degree that,
degrees at,
expressly sought,
expressly taught

4 syllables:
believer ought,
employees ought,
procedure ought

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