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

2 syllables:
fall out,
bore out,
caught out,
clause ought,
cross out,
drawn out,
draws out,
for out,
fought out,
gone out,
half out,
more out,
or ought,
or out,
score out,
sought out,
strong ought,
talk out,
thought ought,
thought out,
toss out,
walk out,
all doubt,
balls out,
bawled out,
bawls out,
call outs,
called out,
calls out,
cough out,
crawled out,
draw out,
falls out,
salt out,
saw out,
small doubt,
thaw out,
all at,
ball at,
fall at,
hall at,
small at,
wall at,
board ought,
born out,
borne out,
call house,
caught trout,
course ought,
court ought,
crossed out,
for doubt,
force ought,
force out,
fork out,
horse ought,
launch out,
pours out,
scored out,
scores out,
small house,
sort out,
store bought,
strong doubt,
sworn out,
talked out,
talks out,
though brought,
though couched,
thoughts ought,
torn out,
walked out,
walks out,
yours ought,
all doubts,
small trout

3 syllables:
caller out,
go all out,
author ought,
daughter ought,
drawing out,
lawyer ought,
record ought,
reform ought,
report ought,
report out,
story ought,
water ought,
water out,
bawling out,
moral ought,
to call out,
to fall out,
along at

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