Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with trumpet:

2 syllables:
can put,
man put,
some but,
then put,
when put,
but put,
has put,
jam nut,
put put,
putt putt,
thumb nut,
thus put,
was put,
jump cut,
can but,
done but,
man but,
men but,
then but,
bien cuit,
can cut,
can get,
can let,
has but,
love but,
men get,
much but,
tan vat,
then cut,
then get,
then let,
up but,
was but,
when cut,
brush cut,
but get,
but let,
buzz cut,
get shut,
has cut,
has let,
lug nut,
rush nut,
sub let,
was cut,
was let,
was shut,
him put,
them put,
ben nut,
bump up,
dump on,
jump on,
jump up,
just put,
mud hut,
must put,
pump up,
stem rust,
stump up,
thumb tucked,
tut tut,
being put,
him but,
them but,
chalk pit,
comes it,
comme cette,
death put,
drum kit,
drum set,
him get,
his pet,
is put,
it put,
rum bud,
some set,
tarun bharat,
them get,
this put,
well put,
were put,
which put,
will put,
can just,
done just,
drug bust,
fen sucked,
hum bug,
junk vat,
man just,
man must,
men must,
non vult

3 syllables:
office but,
money but,
other but

Some other possibilities:

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See trumpet used in context: 28 rhymes, 49 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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