Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with readout:

3 syllables:
beauty about,
by about,
herea bout,
lousy about,
roughly about,
see about,
surely about,
worry about,
reads out,
weeded out,
client ought,
priest ought,
beach about,
beaten out,
been about,
bleat about,
breed about,
breeze about,
brief about,
cheap about,
cheese about,
china about,
china bought,
clean about,
cliche about,
creed about,
creek about,
creep about,
deal about,
dream about,
each about,
eases out,
eaten out,
feel about,
fleet about,
freedom ought,
freeman ought,
greece about,
greek about,
green about,
grief about,
grieve about,
keith about,
keogh account,
key account,
knees about,
league about,
leave about,
lied about,
my account,
peace about,
piece about,
pieces out,
pious about,
please about,
preach about

4 syllables:
agree about,
area about,
decree about,
degree about,
entry about,
expressly about,
idea about,
achieve about,
agreed about,
agrees about,
appeal about,
areas about,
asleep about,
athlete about,
belief about,
believe about,
chinese about,
college about,
complete about,
conceit about,
concrete about,
critique about,
deceit about,
decrease about,
decrees about,
degree account,
degrees about,
entries about,
exceed about,
extreme about,
hurry about,
ideas about,
machine about,
obscene about,
perceive about,
proceed about

5 syllables:
embassy about,
employee about,
hawaii about,
pharisees about

Some other possibilities:

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