Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with carnet:

2 syllables:
dot net,
square set,
shark net,
not met,
bond debt,
box set,
france et,
mos fet,
not set,
not yet,
once set,
or net,
square nut,
clark kent,
far fetched,
far left,
far west,
hard set,
homme n'est,
sharp set,
smart set,
square test,
mares nest,
bag net,
bar bit,
clap net,
cob nut,
draught net,
for debt,
for yet,
guard it,
hard hit,
hard it,
lock nut,
mark it,
nor yet,
or set,
or wet,
part it,
square butte,
square cut,
square foot,
start it,
tar pit,
trawl net,
war debt,
hard head,
large head,
bomb chest,
both felt,
both left,
both sets,
both went,
boudoir where,
calm belt,
car care,
cause chest,
choir where,
dark hair,
dog bent,
fog belt,
from left,
from rest,
from west,
god sent,
guard hair,
hard edge,
march hare,
marsh hare,
not checked,
not dealt,
not felt,
not kept,
not left,
not rest,
not sent,
once sent,
pop tent,
sharp edge,
shot belt,
slop chest,
square where

3 syllables:
bobbin net,
cargo net,
garden net,
encore cette,
regard it,
avant cette,
bazaar where,
bihar where,
compare them,
compare where,
data set,
declare where,
madame maigret,
prepare them,
regard death,
savoir faire

4 syllables:
another set

Some other possibilities:

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