Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with martlet:

2 syllables:
art but,
heart butte,
not let,
be hard put,
hard but,
hard nut,
hard put,
large but,
lost but,
sharp cut,
art brut,
art must,
got shut,
heart must,
not but,
not cut,
not get,
not put,
not shut,
shot put,
smart dust,
square butte,
square cut,
square nut,
heart clutched,
smart assed,
once but,
once put,
short but,
short cut,
smart set,
start bit,
god but,
guard rushed,
hard luck,
art can,
art was,
arts as,
cob nut,
dart gun,
far flung,
heart cam,
heart can,
heart was,
heart when,
heart wrung,
heart young,
lock nut,
most just,
part can,
part was,
parte young,
parts as,
parts on,
shalt love,
shock gut,
shock strut,
smart young,
square front,
square twice,
start was,
start young,
starts on,
starts up,
stock trust,
tarts up,
heart light,
heart looked,
nor let,
or let,
part it,
start it,
that let,
heart blood,
heart loved,
star dust,
art as,
art has,
art on,
chart on,
dont la,
girard trust,
hart tongue,
heart as,
heart bumped,
heart clung,
heart crushed,
heart has,
heart jumped

3 syllables:
a hard nut,
party but,
madame guizot,
a short cut,
only let,
vomit nut,
apart as,
apart on,
army hut,
data but

4 syllables:
malabar nut

Some other possibilities:

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