Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with glycine:

2 syllables:
fly line,
high line,
high wine,
rice wine,
bright line,
bright shine,
buy side,
chile pine,
drive line,
eye sight,
fine line,
flight line,
guide line,
high side,
high wind,
life line,
light line,
light shine,
like kind,
like mine,
might shine,
night line,
pipe line,
pipe vine,
right line,
side line,
sight line,
sire line,
smile lines,
style lines,
time line,
white line,
white pine,
white wine,
bright signs,
guide signs,
lights shine,
price lines,
right signs,
slight signs,
male line,
may wine,
rail line,
stray line,
buy time,
eye rhyme,
flight time,
high time,
light time,
night time,
right time,
bright eyes,
buy write,
bye byes,
crime might,
eye white,
flight height,
guy wire,
height height,
high dive,
high five,
high life,
high light,
high rise,
high tide,
high wire,
ile ife,
knife fight,
knife file,
light tight,
line height,
mine eyes,
nine eyes,
quite tight,
right height,
spike height,
spire height,
style light,
the high life,
thigh while,
thine eyes,
time might,
while light,
white eyes

3 syllables:
fire line,
buyer signs,
describe signs,
divine signs,
physeal line,
unlike signs,
delay line,
survey line,
acquire right,
briefly while,
briefly write,
chiefly white,
design height,
sublime height

4 syllables:
entire line,
entire spine

Some other possibilities:

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