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

2 syllables:
trees ought,
peace ought,
beauty wrought,
queen ought,
scheme ought,
speech ought,
they bought,
beauty ought,
means ought,
needs ought,
surely ought,
they ought,
sneeze at,
these at,
trees at,
least ought,
three stout,
beauty brought,
been bought,
been wrought,
by count,
eel pout,
field ought,
leave doubt,
my doubts,
read outs,
surely brought,
surely count,
they brought,
trees house,
wheat bought,
breeze brought,
deeds wrought,
leaves doubt,
spies brought,
these doubts,
trees brought,
dewey sought,
peace at,
peace sought,
piece at,
they sat,
they sought

3 syllables:
areas ought,
ideas ought,
appeal ought,
belief ought,
believe ought,
college ought,
relief ought,
believes ought,
ideally ought,
areas at,
degrees at,
ideas at,
beliefs ought,
believed 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,
allies ought,
areas brought,
bodies ought,
cities ought,
degrees brought,
disease ought,
duties ought,
ideas brought,
ideas count,
ladies ought,
leaders ought,
readers ought,
species ought,
stories ought,
studies ought,
teachers ought,
theories ought,
chinese sought,
decree sought,
expressly sought,
agree that,
agreed at

4 syllables:
employees ought,
believer ought,
procedure ought,
believers ought,
employees bought,
pharisees brought,
procedures ought,
uneasy doubt

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