Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with kinglet:

2 syllables:
things but,
things get,
being cut,
him get,
beer gut,
being but,
being put,
being shut,
did get,
here let,
is let,
it get,
king nut,
king tut,
still get,
string plucked,
thing but,
trip let,
were let,
will get,
wing nut,
spring gushed,
will let,
kicked butt,
nickar nut,
years but,
being crushed,
bring blood,
him but,
him put,
in. but,
in but,
is cut,
it cut,
kick butt,
link love,
pouring blood,
since sliced,
spring clutch,
spring flood,
still clutched,
touching blood,
were cut,
which cut,
will cut,
being flung,
being slain,
being thrust,
did but,
here but,
his pet,
if but,
is but,
is flushed,
is put,
is shut,
it but,
it put,
it shut,
kid glove,
lisle glove,
spring flush,
still flushed,
there but,
things just,
things must,
this but,
this put,
turing plus,
were but,
were put,
were shut,
which but,
which put,
will but,
will put,
with but,
year but,
beer guts,
being just,
being rushed,
being sucked,
big lan,
big love,
chewing gum,
his hut,
king must,
spring gun,
there gushed,
thing must,
wing nuts

3 syllables:
single cut,
akhil bharat,
exist but,
crinkle cut,
cigar butt,
finger nut,
single hung,
split a gut,
staying put

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