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

2 syllables:
group ought,
you bought,
proof ought,
school ought,
threw doubt,
truth ought,
views ought,
you doubt,
group bought,
groups ought,
troops ought,
you ought,
glue pot,
group at,
you brought,
group house,
rules ought,
schools ought,
shoot outs,
threw doubts,
you count,
group brought,
tube at,
blue cat,
clue that,
due not,
few that,
flu shot,
food at,
jews at,
knew not,
knew that,
knew what,
move at,
new thought,
news at,
pool at,
room at,
rule at,
school at,
shew that,
shoot at,
soon at,
soul at,
thou not,
thou that,
tomb at,
too fat,
too that,
true cat,
true not,
true that,
truth at,
truth that,
use at,
view that,
viewed at,
you got,
you not,
you that,
you thought,
you what,
too loud,
blue gown,
due south,
hoot owl,
juke house,
moot house,
move house,
new mown,
new south,
new town,
proof house,
school house,
screw down,
shrew mouse,
threw down,
you down,
you your,
are grouped,
blue spot,
coup dtat

3 syllables:
review brought,
accused ought,
future ought,
remove doubt,
ruler ought,
study ought,
pupil ought,
produce at,
refuge at,
review sought,
review that,
review thought,
bedroom house,
review your,
withdrew south

4 syllables:
absolute doubt,
producer ought,
montacute house

Some other possibilities:

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