Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with standout:

2 syllables:
and ought,
and out,
fanned out,
panned out,
plant ought,
plant out,
baled out,
branch ought,
dragged out,
fagged out,
laughed out,
pans out,
shall doubt,
and bought,
banged out,
had out,
hands ought,
hands out,
lands ought,
pad out,
plan out,
span out,
stands out,
than out,
backed out,
bangs out,
bashed out,
blacked out,
clapped out,
dashed out,
hangs out,
hashed out,
lashed out,
mapped out,
packed out,
passed out,
sacked out,
stank out,
tapped out,
thrashed out,
wacked out,
whacked out,
yank out,
backs out,
black wrought,
blacks ought,
blacks out,
drags out,
gasp out,
had bought,
had wrought,
max out,
pads out,
rats out,
sacks out,
shall shout,
snaps out,
takes out,
taps out,
wax out,
and at,
and hot,
band at,
drowned out,
found out,
ground ought,
hand at,
land at,
pound out,
sand at,
bat out,
blat out,
branched out,
plants ought,
plants out

3 syllables:
japan bought,
japan ought,
profound doubt,
hammered out

4 syllables:
abraham bought

Some other possibilities:

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