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

2 syllables:
could doubt,
should doubt,
would doubt,
goals ought,
thrown doubt,
throws doubt,
could shout,
no doubt,
should shout,
throw doubt,
to doubt,
whole ought,
would shout,
cloth bought,
folks ought,
jones ought,
now brought,
throat trout,
who brought,
cold at,
could at,
gold at,
old at,
old hat,
scowled at,
should at,
sold at,
told at,
would at,
could house,
fold down,
growth ought,
old house,
one doubts,
one ought,
roll down,
rolled down,
scroll down,
those doubts,
to shout,
who bought,
whole mount,
would house,
could count,
could mount,
no doubts,
should count,
should mount,
throw doubts,
who ought,
would count,
would mount,
closed at,
goal that,
hole that,
holes at,
mole rat,
pol pot,
pole cat,
pole vault,
role that,
the pole vault,
whole that,
whole thought,
smoked trout,
whole town,
blown down,
bolls house,
broke down,
choke down,
close down,
closed down,
closed house,
cloth brought,
clothes bought,
coach brought,
does down,
dolls house,
drove down,
folks bought,
goes down,
growth brought

3 syllables:
above doubt,
alone bought,
enrolled at,
alone ought,
approach ought,
growing doubt,
knowledge ought,
slowly wrought,
throwing doubt,
composed at,
exposed at,
proposed at,
above brought,
above mount,
alone brought,
alone count,
approach brought

4 syllables:
soldier ought

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