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2 syllables:
no doubt,
throw doubt,
to doubt,
growth ought,
one ought,
to shout,
who bought,
whole ought,
throat trout,
who ought,
boat at,
note at,
quote at,
who taught,
wrote at,
could doubt,
no doubts,
should doubt,
throw doubts,
thrown doubt,
throws doubt,
would doubt,
boat house,
cloth bought,
cow town,
folks ought,
goals ought,
goat house,
jones ought,
no count,
now brought,
stroke count,
to count,
to mount,
to town,
who brought,
wrote house,
smoked trout,
wrote count,
load at,
road at,
blow that,
chloe thought,
choice ought,
close at,
cloth that,
coal at,
do naught,
do not,
do that,
do what,
does at,
floe rat,
flow that,
go not,
go that,
goal at,
grows at,
growth at,
growth that,
hole at,
home at,
hope at,
how not,
how that,
known at,
known not,
knows aught,
low fat,
low that,
no. not,
no fault,
no thought,
nose at,
now got,
now not,
now that,
now thought,
now what,
oath that,
one at,
one not,
poke at,
pole at,
role at,
rome at,
rose at,
shown at,
shown not

3 syllables:
alone ought,
approach ought,
above doubt,
alone bought,
owner ought,
remote house,
notice ought,
poets ought,
avoid doubt,
alone at,
arose at

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