Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with quartene:

7 letters:
or been,
or mean,
or seen,
or sign,
or team,
or deed,
or deep

8 letters:
all been,
all mean,
all seen,
or green,
or means,
or queen,
far been,
for deep,
glory in,
story in,
story on

9 letters:
call sign,
long been,
for green,
star sign,
all means,
forty one,
forty and,
forty men,
maori hen

10 letters:
for marine,
fore teeth,
amoss sign,
forty nine

11 letters:
for routine,
court scene,
short scene,
north rhine,
score means,
short teeth,
store teeth,
storm scene,
court green,
court means,
court meant,
short green,
chang t'ien,
boss screen,
broad beans,
broad green,
broad teeth,
before been,
before seen,
among teens,
adore these,
along green,
along queen,
among green,
among means,
priority in,
priority on

12 letters:
porque tiene,
sports scene,
though clean,
though green,
fourth scene,
shore marine,
fourth theme,
clause means,
clause meant,
coarse sieve,
before queen,
reform means,
reform meant,
support each,
porter scene,
report means,
report meant,
along marine,
among marine,
before peace,
before these,
chuong thien,
calabar bean

13 letters:
short routine,
explore means,
maurice heine,
support means,
support meant,
because green,
because queen,
reporter gene

14 letters:
called routine

15 letters:
drawing routine,
perform routine,
support routine,
transport means,
transport meant

16 letters:
transitory scene

Some other possibilities:

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