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

2 syllables:
class ought,
staff ought,
that ought,
what ought,
strong ought,
and ought,
branch ought,
plant ought,
at outs,
black wrought,
blacks ought,
had bought,
had doubts,
had wrought,
plaque count,
shall doubt,
shall shout,
track count,
banks ought,
frank bought,
crown ought,
plan at,
than at,
than not,
at at,
back at,
bad at,
bad hat,
bath at,
black cat,
black hat,
brass hat,
cash at,
catch at,
cause ought,
class at,
class sought,
clause ought,
crack at,
doubt ought,
flat hat,
glass at,
grab at,
had at,
house ought,
laugh that,
mad at,
mass at,
or ought,
ought ought,
pass at,
path that,
rat tat,
sat at,
shall at,
snap at,
snatch at,
south ought,
staff at,
that at,
that hot,
thought ought,
what at,
graham house,
bath house,
black house,
cat owl,
class house,
class south,
crack house,
douglass house,
frat house,
glass house,
grass house,
hash house,
laugh down,
mass. house,
pratt house,
staff house,
stash house,
tap house,
that hour

3 syllables:
japan ought,
japan bought,
manner ought,
latter ought,
matter ought,
nature ought,
rather ought,
value ought,
planning ought,
japan at,
attack at,
attack caught,
enough doubt,
passage ought,
hiram house,
japan house

4 syllables:
abraham bought,
really ought

Some other possibilities:

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