Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with musket:

2 syllables:
buzz cut,
has cut,
was cut,
bien cuit,
brush cut,
can cut,
then cut,
thus put,
when cut,
but get,
can get,
has but,
has let,
has put,
men get,
then get,
was but,
was let,
was put,
was shut,
but let,
but put,
can but,
can let,
can put,
done but,
get shut,
jam nut,
love but,
lug nut,
man but,
man put,
men but,
much but,
put put,
putt putt,
rush nut,
some but,
sub let,
tan vat,
then but,
then let,
then put,
thumb nut,
up but,
when put,
is cut,
just get,
must get,
ben nut,
bus duct,
deus vult,
jump cut,
junk vat,
just let,
just put,
mud hut,
must let,
must put,
stress can,
thus can,
thus come,
tut tut,
being cut,
break a sweat,
drum kit,
fresh cut,
hair cut,
his pet,
is but,
is let,
is put,
is shut,
it cut,
ml kit,
must it,
step cut,
this but,
this put,
thrust it,
trust it,
were cut,
which cut,
will cut,
blood gushed,
gas can,
has come,
has just,
u.s. dept.,
was come,
was just

3 syllables:
office but,
bias cut,
office can,
office dept.,
gully gut,
acid can,
advice was,
alice was,
alice young

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See musket used in context: 9 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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