Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pipe vine:

2 syllables:
bright line,
bright shine,
chile pine,
drive line,
fine line,
flight line,
guide line,
life line,
light line,
light shine,
like mine,
might shine,
night line,
rice wine,
right line,
side line,
sight line,
sire line,
time line,
white line,
white pine,
white wine,
fly line,
high line,
high wine,
cape wine,
chloride brine,
fly blind,
scribe lines,
bright lines,
bright signs,
drive lined,
drive lines,
fine lines,
five lines,
five nines,
flight lines,
guide lines,
guide signs,
high price,
hive mind,
light lines,
light shined,
light wines,
lights shine,
might find,
night lines,
price lines,
ride the pine,
right kind,
right lines,
right mind,
right signs,
side lines,
side wind,
sight lines,
slight signs,
strike lines,
style wines,
tight lines,
type site,
white lines,
white pines,
white wines,
write lines,
grape vines,
high wind,
like kind,
smile lines,
style lines,
typed lines,
base line,
bike lane,
brake line,
date line,
drive chain,
five main

3 syllables:
describe signs,
city line,
combine lines,
define lines,
design lines,
desire lines,
divine mind,
divine signs,
favourite lines,
of like mind,
physeal line,
primer fine,
recipe might,
recite lines,
unlike signs,
fire line,
high lip line,
a straight line,
always shine

4 syllables:
subscriber line,
entire spine,
phenotype might,
entire line

Some other possibilities:

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