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

2 syllables:
or ought,
clause ought,
strong ought,
thought ought,
board ought,
caught trout,
course ought,
court ought,
for doubt,
force ought,
horse ought,
store bought,
though brought,
yours ought,
door at,
for at,
for aught,
for hot,
more at,
nor at,
or at,
or hot,
shore at,
store at,
tore at,
war at,
all doubt,
call outs,
for house,
or house,
shore house,
small doubt,
store house,
strong doubt,
though couched,
thoughts ought,
whore house,
board bought,
claus brought,
courts ought,
cross brought,
forms ought,
george bought,
hoarse shout,
horn pout,
or brought,
small trout,
spore count,
though throughout,
thought brought,
war brought,
all at,
ball at,
call at,
caught at,
cause ought,
class ought,
cross at,
crown ought,
doubt ought,
draw shot,
drawn at,
fall at,
fought at,
hall at,
house ought,
law not,
law that,
long at,
loss at,
ought ought,
pause at,
saw not,
saw that,
saw what,
scoff at,
small at

3 syllables:
record ought,
reform ought,
report ought,
story ought,
before at,
author ought,
before house,
daughter ought,
lawyer ought,
water ought,
before brought,
former ought,
labour ought,
moral ought,
order ought,
poetry ought,
prolonged drought,
stories ought,
along at,
because at,
enough doubt,
japan ought,
passage ought

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