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

2 syllables:
growth ought,
no doubt,
one ought,
throw doubt,
to doubt,
to shout,
who bought,
whole ought,
folks ought,
who ought,
choice ought,
voice ought,
who sat,
who sought,
goals ought,
jones ought,
throws doubt,
cloth bought,
could doubt,
go south,
no count,
no doubts,
now brought,
should doubt,
stroke count,
throat trout,
throw doubts,
thrown doubt,
to count,
to mount,
to south,
who brought,
would doubt,
folks bought,
close at,
does at,
grows at,
knows aught,
nose at,
rose at,
shows at,
those at,
blow that,
boat at,
chloe thought,
cloth that,
coal at,
do naught,
do not,
do that,
do what,
floe rat,
flow that,
go not,
go that,
goal at,
growth at,
growth that,
hole at,
home at,
hope at,
how not,
how that,
known at,
known not,
load at,
low fat,
low that,
no. not,
no fault,
no thought,
note at,
now got,
now not,
now that,
now thought,
now what,
oath that,
one at,
one not,
poke at,
pole at,
quote at,
road at,
role at,
rome at,
shown at,
shown not

3 syllables:
alone ought,
approach ought,
arose at,
above doubt,
alone bought,
owner ought,
plateau south,
notice ought,
poets ought,
purpose ought,
alone at,
avoid doubt

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