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

5 letters:
or at

6 letters:
all at,
for at,
nor at,
or hot,
war at

7 letters:
ball at,
fall at,
hall at,
wall at,
door at,
for hot,
law not,
long at,
loss at,
more at,
saw not,
talk at,
tore at,
walk at

8 letters:
or ought,
small at,
cross at,
drawn at,
law that,
pause at,
saw that,
saw what,
scoff at,
shore at,
store at,
along at

9 letters:
all doubt,
for doubt,
caught at,
draw shot,
for aught,
fought at,
straw cat,
strong at,
taught at,
draw down,
draw your,
for house,
before at

10 letters:
all doubts,
that ought,
though not,
thought at,
what ought,
doss house,
because at

11 letters:
small doubt,
board ought,
court ought,
force ought,
horse ought,
small house,
yours ought,
small trout,
cause ought,
class ought,
crown ought,
doubt ought,
house ought,
ought ought,
south ought,
staff ought,
though that,
though what,
cross house,
cross south,
story ought,
water ought,
moral ought,
japan ought,
among house

12 letters:
clause ought,
strong ought,
caught trout,
course ought,
store bought,
strong doubt,
author ought,
lawyer ought,
record ought,
reform ought,
report ought,
enough doubt,
before house

13 letters:
thought ought,
taught taught,
though caught,
draught house,
passage ought

14 letters:
though brought,
though couched,
thoughts ought,
though thought,
daughter ought

Some other possibilities:

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