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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with farine:

2 syllables:
air sign,
la reine,
death scene,
fresh scene,
hex sign,
sex scene,
tense scene,
well seen,
where each,
yet been,
yet seen,
bette greene,
check routine,
claire leaned,
dead marine,
fresh green,
genre scene


3 syllables:
carry an,
carry in,
carry on,
carry one,
marry in,
mary ann,
mary anne,
mary in,
prairie hen,
vary in,
any in,
any one,
complex scene,
delhi in,
genet jean,
heavy in,
heavy on,
hotel scene,
levy on,
queckenstedts sign,
steady on,
access screen,
barry and,
barry john,
berry and,
berry fern,
carry and,
carry chain,
cherry wine,
dairy and,
derek keene,
eerie scene,
fairy scene,
ferry and,
henri heine,
henry in,
jerry and,
jerry can,
jerry wayne,
larry wayne,
marie and,
marie jeanne,
married an,
married in,
married on,
married one,
marry and,
mary and,
mary jane,
merely an,
merely in,
merely on,
merely one,
merry and,
merry men,
merry scene,
narrow scene,
prairie and


4 syllables:
library in,
library on,
primary in,
canary vine,
canary wine,
library and,
library ass'n,
library fine,
library known,
library owned,
library scene,
maria in


5 syllables:
necessary in,
necessary on,
commentaries on,
culinary scene,
malaria in,
necessary and,
necessary chain,
necessary phone,
necessary than,
necessary when


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