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

2 syllables:
earn out,
worm out,
church ought,
earth ought,
heard out,
jurors ought,
nurse ought,
search out,
serve out,
verse ought,
word out,
burned out,
burnt out,
churned out,
her out,
turn outs,
turns out,
wore out,
her not,
learn at,
learn not,
worn at,
firms ought,
terms ought,
church bought,
first out,
flour brought,
girls ought,
served out,
serves out,
words ought,
words out,
worked out,
works ought,
works out,
world ought,
world out,
her know,
term at,
church at,
church hat,
clerk at,
curve at,
earth at,
earth that,
earth thought,
girl at,
heard at,
heard aught,
her fault,
her lot,
her that,
her thought,
her what

3 syllables:
return ought,
research ought,
return at,
buyer bought,
clearly ought,
clergy ought,
further out,
hired out,
hires out,
hurried out,
powers ought,
tired out,
woburn house,
worker ought,
burning out,
churning out,
irons out,
layer out,
learning ought,
person ought,
power ought,
prayer ought,
return brought,
return count,
sermon ought,
surgeon ought,
to burn out,
to turn out,
turning out,
expert at,
offer that

4 syllables:
employer ought

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