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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with output:

2 syllables:
doubt but,
your pet,
down but,
house but,
own but,
proud cut,
mouth shut,
not put,
that put,
know but,
out just,
had put,
naught but,
not but,
that but,
thought but,
all put,
cat gut,
found but,
got shut,
not cut,
not get,
not let,
not shut,
or put,
out yet,
round butte,
shall put,
sound but,
stout setae,
that cut,
that get,
that let,
crowd rushed,
ground nut,
blouse tucked,
bought some,
brought some,
brought twice,
brought young,
crown rust,
doubt was,
doubts as,
doubts on,
down just,
house dust,
house just,
house must,
house tucked,
howe truss,
mouth sucked,
out much,
out some,
out such,
out was,
out when,
snow crust,
stout young,
throughout much,
bought it,
bout it,
brought it,
but put,
doubt it,
might put,
out it,
put put,
putt putt,
trout pout,
crowd hushed,
proud parent


3 syllables:
about but,
enough but,
about just,
about trust,
enough trust,
about love,
about man,
about men,
about some,
about such,
about twice,
about was,
about when,
about young,
devout young,
enough parent,
enough thrust,
about it,
i doubt it,
about a.d.,
power but,
about an,
about as,
about on,
about ten,
about u.s.


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