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

2 syllables:
doubt learn,
doubt turned,
not earn,
doubt heard,
outer earth,
spouse earns,
throughout earth,
bought her,
brought her,
brown turned,
cloud turned,
count thurn,
count turned,
crowd turned,
crowd turns,
doubt learned,
frown turned,
house turned,
house turns,
mouth turned,
mouth turns,
out her,
south turned,
throughout her,
shall learn,
crowd heard,
ploughed earth,
plowed earth,
brown earth,
brown heard,
house heard,
house search,
show girl,
snow bird,
south third,
black tern,
bought an,
bought in,
bought on,
bought one,
brought an,
brought in,
brought in.,
brought on,
doubt in,
doubt on,
drought in,
laugh turned,
not burn,
not learn,
not turned,
not worn,
ought in,
out an,
out in,
out on,
out one,
scott turned,
that turned,
that turns,
though stern,
though turned,
thought turned,
thought turns,
throughout an,
trout in

3 syllables:
enough turns,
powder in,
account earns,
account turned,
account turns,
amount earned,
amount turned,
counter in,
flower in,
flower turns,
lauter tun,
our one,
our own,
outer and,
outer chain,
outer end,
outer join,
outer scene,
power in,
power on,
power turned,
power turns,
route turned,
route turns,
tower in,
tower on,
enough nerve,
daughter in,
latter in,
latter on,
laughter in,
matter in,
matter on

4 syllables:
encounter in

Some other possibilities:

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