Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with outruns:

2 syllables:
house wrens,
doubt comes,
drought comes,
four guns,
throughout wales,
that runs,
bought drugs,
doubt was,
doubts as,
out was,
pour les,
cloud comes,
crowd comes,
brought as,
brown comes,
crowd loves,
doubt as,
hour as,
hour has,
house comes,
mouse comes,
mouse lungs,
mouth comes,
out as,
south comes,
spouse comes,
your lungs,
brown shales,
ground doves,
south wales,
bound drugs,
cloud was,
count comes,
crowd was,
found drugs,
stout trunk,
bought lunch,
bound as,
brought lunch,
brown was,
count as,
crown was,
down was,
found as,
ground as,
ground has,
hour was,
hours as,
house funds,
house was,
mouth was,
own funds,
own was,
round as,
sound as,
south was,
throughout lunch,
town gas,
town was,
towns as,
ant wrens,
crowd as,
howe truss,
loud as,
proud as

3 syllables:
enough drugs,
about drugs,
about was,
about as,
about u.s.,
account comes,
amount comes,
around drugs,
compound drugs,
endowed funds,
enough trucks,
escrowed funds,
about lunch,
about trust,
account as,
account has,
amount as,
around as,
enough parent,
enough trust,
fountain whose,
mountain whose,
output as,
output has,
output whose,
toutes les,
about trends,
about man,
about men,
about when,
account funds,
account was,
accounts as,
amount was

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