Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with impulse:

2 syllables:
firing pulse,
his pulse,
quick pulse,
quick puffs,
in posse,
him thus,
shift pulse,
switched pulse,
big bucks,
whip ass,
wing nuts,
beer guts,
beer nuts,
build ups,
ear muffs,
it cuts,
mix ups,
which cuts,
blood pulse,
check pulse,
flood pulse,
stress pulse,
being thus,
brings us,
chin ups,
dim bulb,
in thus,
bids us,
big ups,
drift ice,
fill ups,
is thus,
it thus,
it twice,
kicked ass,
kicks ass,
pick ups,
quick gulps,
shift assay,
sit ups,
stick ups,
were thus,
which thus,
whipped ass,
whips ass,
will thus,
bring us,
chewing ass,
in ice,
in us

3 syllables:
transmit pulse,
simple house,
finger pulse,
going pulse,
inner pulse,
symbol is,
trigger pulse,
simon pulse,
simple case,
simple choice,
simple least,
simple loops,
simple piece,
simple verse,
simple voice,
timing pulse,
whipple house,
assess pulse,
reset pulse,
convince us,
input is,
shingle house,
single house,
assist us,
cheerful house,
crystal house,
crystal is,
dismal house,
fiscal house,
michael hulse,
signal is,
temple house,
temple is,
asking us,
beating pulse,
driving pulse,
filling pulse,
finite pulse,
gating pulse,
given pulse,
heating pulse,
linear pulse,
living pulse,
minute pulse,
on thin ice

4 syllables:
transmitter pulse,
decreasing pulse,
exciting pulse,
ignition pulse

6 syllables:
depolarizing pulse

Some other possibilities:

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