Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with liners:

2 syllables:
swine herds,
dried herbs,
high words,
light turns,
night turns,
price serves,
right terms,
right turns,
tight turns,
white terms,
fines herbes,
night nerves,
spine curves,
spline curves,
bright earth,
cries heard,
dried earth,
eye worm,
high birth,
high church,
light earth,
might turn,
night heard,
price search,
price surge,
ride herd,
right turn,
slice serve,
strike earth,
while earth,
white earth,
are signs,
as signs,
fine as,
ideal lines,
line as,
mine as,
mine eyes,
mine has,
nine eyes,
o.s.k. lines,
of lines,
of mines,
of signs,
on lines,
thine eyes

3 syllables:
minor whose,
driver whose,
favourite terms,
fiber whose,
fighter whose,
higher highs,
petites heures,
polite terms,
rider whose,
spider whose,
writer as,
writer has,
writer whose,
buyer has,
buyer whose,
combine terms,
combine words,
decline curves,
define terms,
define words,
design curves,
design firms,
design serves,
design terms,
divine terms,
divine words,
finer homes,
fire as,
fire has,
fire hose,
minor cause,
minor heads,
minor heirs,
minor phase,
minors whose,
unlike earth,
decline as,
define as,
design as,
design has,
design whose,
divine whose

4 syllables:
designer whose,
adviser whose,
provider whose,
survivor whose,
designer chose,
designer knows,
designer shoes,
designers whose,
container whose,
designer is

5 syllables:
signifier whose

Some other possibilities:

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