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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bulletin:

3 syllables:
woman in,
budget in,
credit in,
debut in,
limit in,
merit in,
minute in,
pulling in,
spirit in,
ticket in,
visit in,
zealous in,
goodness in,
pilot in,
to let in,
bullet being,
bullet which,
took a hint,
cited in,
fitted in,
headed in,
rigid in,
beautiful in,
began in,
brazil in,
bridges in,
britain in,
button in,
canal in,
chapel in,
chicken in,
chisel in,
come on in,
cooking in,
couple in,
device in,
devil in,
dishes in,
double in,
edges in,
epoch in,
famous in,
fishes in,
footing in,
given in,
heaven in,
hidden in,
image in,
jesus in,
judges in,
kitchen in,
lesson in,
level in


4 syllables:
accurate in,
purity in,
deficit in,
develop in,
exhibit in,
explicit in,
assurance in,
curious in,
developed in,
enveloped in,
excellent in,
admitted in,
committed in,
embedded in,
emitted in,
omitted in,
permitted in,
submitted in,
transmitted in,
abuses in,
addition in,
admission in,
aggression in,
ambition in,
commission in,
condition in,
confession in,
decision in,
depression in,
dilemmas in,
division in,
expresses in,
expression in,
forbidden in


5 syllables:
maturity in,
security in,
ability in,
facility in,
securities in,
acquisition in,
algorithm in,
communism in,
definition in,
expedition in,
exposition in


6 syllables:
capability in


Some other possibilities:

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