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

2 syllables:
death ought,
press ought,
terre haute,
friend ought,
where doubt,
blood ought,
dead at,
head at,
dead house,
french haute,
head down,
health ought,
hence ought,
pressure ought,
sell outs,
sense ought,
steps ought,
tread down,
wealth ought,
well wrought,
bread brought,
fresh doubts,
friend bought,
friends ought,
head count,
self doubt,
sheds doubt,
thread count,
debt at,
et at,
it ought,
met at,
set at,
yet at,
air at,
breath that,
care at,
cell at,
chair at,
death at,
death that,
fair at,
fell at,
guess at,
hair at,
judge ought,
man ought,
men ought,
peck at,
press at,
press sought,
sell at,
stare at,
step at,
swear at,
them at,
there ought,
thing ought,
this ought,
web at,
well at,
where at,
which ought,
yell at,
sweat house,
blair house,
death house,
deck house

3 syllables:
progress ought,
success ought,
express doubt,
ahead at,
agent ought,
effect ought,
letter ought,
object ought,
project ought,
respect ought,
subject ought,
error ought,
expense ought,
fellow ought,
measure ought,
never ought,
pleasure ought,
any doubt,
credit ought,
express doubts,
expressed doubt,
method ought,
never doubt,
reading ought,
regret at,
upset at,
hotel at,
office ought,
progress at,
success at

4 syllables:
library ought,
together ought

Some other possibilities:

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