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

2 syllables:
full at,
full hot,
books ought,
full house,
goods ought,
bull trout,
full count,
wool count,
blood ought,
book at,
death ought,
floor at,
foot at,
good at,
it ought,
judge ought,
look at,
man ought,
men ought,
poor at,
press ought,
push shot,
stood at,
terre haute,
there ought,
thing ought,
this ought,
took at,
which ought,
wood at,
brook house,
brooke house,
bush house,
floor house,
jook house,
moore house,
poor house,
spook house,
stood down,
wood owl,
bull ant,
bull bat,
bush lot,
full height,
full light,
health ought,
pulled at,
pulls at,
school ought,
sell outs,
still doubt,
style ought,
terra haute,
wealth ought,
well wrought,
whole ought,
wood lot,
wool fat,
book louse,
books bought,
brook trout,
cook mount,
cures wrought,
floor brought,
foot louse,
full mouth,
goods bought,
moore brought,
pulled down,
pulled downe,
wood louse,
bill at,
cell at,
fell at,
hill at,
ill at,
mill at,
sell at,
skill at,
still at,
still hot,
till at,
well at

3 syllables:
office ought,
progress ought,
success ought,
appeal ought,
fellow ought,
result ought,
trial ought,
uncle bought,
europe ought,
fuller house,
woman ought,
excel at,
hotel at,
until at

4 syllables:
italy ought,
procedures ought,
procedure ought

Some other possibilities:

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