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

2 syllables:
terre haute,
death ought,
press ought,
pressure ought,
well wrought,
where doubt,
air at,
care at,
chair at,
fair at,
hair at,
stare at,
swear at,
there ought,
where at,
blair house,
french haute,
friend ought,
health ought,
hence ought,
sell outs,
sense ought,
steps ought,
wealth ought,
where house,
air scout,
bread brought,
breath brought,
breath throughout,
chair brought,
death brought,
death throughout,
fresh trout,
press brought,
share count,
shares bought,
smell brought,
threat brought,
where count,
where trout,
blood ought,
breath that,
cell at,
dead at,
death at,
death that,
debt at,
et at,
fell at,
guess at,
head at,
it ought,
judge ought,
man ought,
men ought,
met at,
peck at,
press at,
press sought,
sell at,
set at,
step at,
them at,
thing ought,
this ought,
web at


3 syllables:
progress ought,
success ought,
error ought,
agent ought,
effect ought,
expense ought,
express doubt,
fellow ought,
letter ought,
measure ought,
never ought,
object ought,
pleasure ought,
project ought,
respect ought,
subject ought,
effect wrought,
excess grout,
heavy wrought,
marriage ought,
merry shout,
never wrought,
progress brought,
success brought,
ahead at,
hotel at,
office ought,
progress at,
regret at,
success at,
upset at


4 syllables:
library ought,
together ought,
library bought


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