Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bullet:

2 syllables:
full butt,
will let,
book but,
full as,
full on,
full up,
good but,
poor but,
pull leg,
pull on,
bull dust,
ben nut,
book it,
cook it,
good it,
his hut,
hook it,
look it,
mud hut,
push it,
shook it,
took it,
tut tut,
book as,
book can,
book has,
book on,
book up,
brood hen,
cook on,
cook up,
floor as,
floor on,
foot as,
foot on,
foot ton,
foot up,
good an,
good as,
good den,
good has,
good on,
hook on,
hook up,
look as,
look on,
look up,
moor hen,
poor as,
pure as,
push on,
push up,
shook on,
shook up,
stood an,
stood as,
stood on,
stood up,
took an,
took as,
took on,
took up,
took us,
wood as,
wood duck,
wood has,
wood hen,
wood on,
but let,
can let,
cette lutte,
do let,
full at,
full height,
full hot,
full light,
full list,
full out,
full set,
has let,
here let,
is let,
now let,
pull at,
pull out,
pulled it,
so let,
still get,
still hunt,
sub let,
then let,
they let,
to let,
trip let,
viele leute,
was let

3 syllables:
woolly butt,
as good as

Some other possibilities:

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