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

2 syllables:
cause ought,
clock count,
stock bought,
stock count,
cloche hat,
dock at,
knock at,
rock at,
shock at,
stock at,
cause doubt,
caused doubt,
charge ought,
clock house,
cop outs,
drop outs,
france ought,
from mount,
heart ought,
honour ought,
not doubt,
rock house,
stock house,
wash outs,
clock counts,
knock brought,
not count,
rock trout,
shock brought,
shock mount,
stock brought,
stocked trout,
stocks bought,
dog at,
bar at,
both at,
both that,
car at,
cause at,
class ought,
clause ought,
crown ought,
doubt ought,
far at,
from at,
from hot,
god at,
got at,
house ought,
job at,
lodge at,
lot at,
not at,
not taught,
or ought,
ought ought,
shop at,
shot at,
south ought,
spot at,
square at,
staff ought,
stop at,
strong ought,
that ought,
thought ought,
top hat,
watch at,
what ought,
dog house,
log house,
chop house,
dodge house,
from house,
from mouth,
hot house,
jar owl,
lodge house,
not own,
scotch house,
scott house,
sod house,
square house,
terrace house

3 syllables:
passage ought,
awake at,
o'clock at,
drama ought,
father ought,
regard ought,
response ought,
scholar ought,
doctor ought,
logic ought,
bizarre thought,
bourgeois thought,
enough doubt,
japan ought,
passage at

4 syllables:
canada ought

Some other possibilities:

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