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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tumult:

2 syllables:
thou must,
too must,
you must,
knew just,
you just,
crew cut,
few but,
group must,
knew but,
new but,
school must,
soul must,
true but,
truth must,
use must,
view but,
you but,
you cut,
you get,
you let,
you put,
loose smut,
room but,
freud dealt,
thou wilt,
you felt,
you missed,
blue whales,
you trust,
you met,
soon get,
soon put,
boot cut,
cmu cl,
crew cuts,
few men,
food but,
group but,
groups must,
mew gull,
new man,
new men,
new ulm,
ou les

3 syllables:
human height,
pupil ought,
cruel light,
human light,
booted out,
lucia white,
rooted out,
tuba root,
assume guilt,
assume it,
assume an,
booby hut,
brutal fight,
brutal white,
crucial night,
crucial right,
crucial that,
dumas wrote,
feudal knight,
feudal right,
flew a kite,
fluid at,
futile fight,
human foot,
human heart,
human might,
human right,
human sight,
human thought,
human white,
humans ought,
humid night,
lucia looked,
muted light,
neumann wrote,
neutral light,
newman might,
newman notes,
newman thought,
newman wrote,
plumage white,
presume on

4 syllables:
absolute trust,
computed at,
concluded at,
conclusion it,
conclusion ought,
masoola boat,
produces eight,
solution at,
solution ought,
approval might,
mutual light,
numerous setae

5 syllables:
resolution at,
resolution ought

Some other possibilities:

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See tumult used in context: 5 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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