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

2 syllables:
beauty wrought,
peace ought,
queen ought,
scheme ought,
speech ought,
they bought,
trees ought,
beauty ought,
least ought,
surely ought,
they ought,
three stout,
wheat bought,
eat at,
feet at,
fleet at,
heat at,
seat at,
sheet at,
street at,
they taught,
field ought,
leave doubt,
my doubts,
needs ought,
read outs,
beauty brought,
been bought,
been wrought,
by count,
chi town,
eel pout,
means ought,
meat house,
street house,
surely brought,
surely count,
sweet house,
they brought,
fleet brought,
fried trout,
least doubt,
priests ought,
stream trout,
street brought,
street mount,
wheat brought,
need at,
read at,
speed at,
tied at,
beach at

3 syllables:
appeal ought,
areas ought,
belief ought,
believe ought,
college ought,
ideas ought,
relief ought,
ideally ought,
treaty ought,
defeat at,
expressly taught,
believed ought,
extreme doubt,
leader ought,
reader ought,
beliefs ought,
believes ought,
china ought,
complete house,
concrete house,
degree brought,
expressly brought,
herea bout,
neither ought,
preacher ought,
retreat house,
speaker ought,
teacher ought,
theory ought,
client ought,
complete count,
defeat brought,
meeting ought,
peter bought,
priest ought,
repeat count,
sea trout,
agreed at,
proceed at,
succeed at,
agree that,
areas at,
asleep at

4 syllables:
believer ought,
employees ought,
procedure ought,
theatre ought

Some other possibilities:

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