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

2 syllables:
church ought,
earth ought,
jurors ought,
nurse ought,
verse ought,
her fault,
church bought,
firms ought,
flour brought,
girls ought,
her four,
spur fowl,
terms ought,
turn outs,
words ought,
works ought,
world ought,
church at,
church hat,
clerk at,
curve at,
earth at,
earth that,
earth thought,
girl at,
heard at,
heard aught,
her lot,
her not,
her that,
her thought,
her what,
learn at,
learn not,
serve at,
serve hot,
term at,
turn at,
word at,
work at,
worn at,
worth at,
birth house,
burleigh house,
church house,
earth house,
her down,
her gown,
her mouth,
third house,
wore down,
work house,
church fought,
earth fault,
fur hat,
her at,
her fate,
her feet,
her flat,
her foot,
her hat,
per foot,
proof ought,
staff ought,
third fault,
worse fault,
kaiser found,
birth brought,
birth throughout,
burke brought,
church brought

3 syllables:
research ought,
return ought,
buyer bought,
clearly ought,
clergy ought,
powers ought,
worker ought,
power ought,
prayer ought,
expert at,
offer that,
offered at,
research at,
return at,
obscure house,
research house,
woburn house,
belief ought,
offer at,
relief ought,
reverse fault,
astor house,
authors ought,
brother bought,
buyers bought

4 syllables:
employer ought,
entire fault,
another shout,
believers ought

Some other possibilities:

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