Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with thrash about:

3 syllables:
jacob bought,
lashes out,
nation ought,
ration out,
splashes out,
catches out,
babble out,
blacken out,
blazon out,
bracket out,
brazen out,
classes ought,
fallen out,
fatten out,
flatten out,
padded out,
passes out,
ratted out,
ravel out,
action ought,
cash account,
cattle bought,
hannah brought,
jacob brought,
nations ought,
sarah brought,
fashion brought,
nation brought,
passion brought,
rachel brought,
bashing out,
cashing out,
caution ought,
hashing out,
lashing out,
nation at,
sasha thought,
splashing out,
branches out,
acted out,
balance ought,
balance out,
battle shout,
class account,
damage wrought,
fashion house,
handed out,
practice ought,
rabble rout,
shall account,
shall amount,
taxes ought,
that account,
that amount,
what amount,
wrap account,
pages brought,
actions ought,
allen brought,
battle brought,
brash enough,
cannon brought,
cattle brought,
classes brought,
damage brought,
jason brought,
masses brought,
status brought,
travel brought,
valet brought,
wagon brought,
catches at,
catching out,
backing out,
battle at,
blacking out,
blossom out,
blotted out,
bottom out,
broaden out,
calling out,
castle at,
channel at,
classes at,
crosses out,
crowded out,
dabble at,
dragging out,
falling out,
fanning out,
gotten out,
hannah thought,
happen at,
houses ought

4 syllables:
example ought,
manager ought,
panel layout,
strategy ought,
combat assault,
havana yacht

Some other possibilities:

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