Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tartlet:

6 letters:
or let,
art as,
art on

7 letters:
art but,
not let,
not but,
not cut,
not get,
not put,
god but,
art can,
art was,
arts as,
cob nut,
nor let,
part it,
art has,
dont la

8 letters:
hard but,
hard nut,
hard put,
lost but,
art brut,
art must,
got shut,
not shut,
shot put,
once but,
once put,
dart gun,
lock nut,
part can,
part was,
parts as,
parts on,
tarts up,
start it,
that let,
chart on,
heart as,
only let,
apart as,
apart on,
army hut,
data but

9 letters:
large but,
sharp cut,
short but,
short cut,
smart set,
start bit,
hard luck,
far flung,
heart cam,
heart can,
heart was,
most just,
shock gut,
start was,
starts on,
starts up,
star dust,
heart has,
party but,
vomit nut

10 letters:
heart must,
smart dust,
square cut,
square nut,
heart when,
shalt love,
a hard nut

11 letters:
heart butte,
be hard put,
smart assed,
heart wrung,
heart young,
parte young,
shock strut,
smart young,
start young,
stock trust,
heart light,
heart blood,
heart loved,
hart tongue,
heart clung,
a short cut,
malabar nut

12 letters:
square butte,
guard rushed,
square front,
square twice,
heart looked,
girard trust,
heart bumped,
heart jumped

13 letters:
heart crushed,
madame guizot

14 letters:
heart clutched

Some other possibilities:

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