Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with streamlet:

2 syllables:
been let,
cream nut,
diese leute,
please let,
they let,
viele leute,
been but,
been cut,
been put,
been shut,
clean cut,
seen but,
beech nut,
brief but,
cheese vat,
field hut,
need but,
wheel nut,
beach hut,
by but,
die cut,
see but,
seemed hushed,
stream gushed,
stream rushed,
they but,
they cut,
they get,
they put,
team must,
they must,
why must,
green lit,
deemed it,
deems it,
seam set,
been just,
by blood,
chien lung,
green smut,
my blood,
beam was,
beamed up,
beams up,
cream bun,
cream cup,
cream jug,
cream puff,
deemed an,
deep love,
dream come,
dream was,
dry clutch,
each leg,
each must,
eat dust,
glee club,
key club,
knees tucked,
leaf rust,
my front,
my trust,
needs but,
pie crust,
scheme can,
scheme was,
seemed an,
seemed as,
seemed on,
seems an,
seems as,
steam gas,
steam gun,
steam tug,
steam was,
steamed up,
steams up,
stream was,
street trust,
surely trust,
team can,
team was,
teamed up

3 syllables:
machine cut,
areas but,
ideas but,
villa at,
relief flood,
cedar nut,
college dept.,
complete trust,
dika nut,
greedy gut,
oasdi trust,
peter kiewit,
relief rushed,
speedy cut,
supreme chief,
supreme judge

4 syllables:
already put

Some other possibilities:

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