Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sordine:

2 syllables:
for routine,
or been,
or mean,
or seen,
or sign,
all been,
all mean,
all seen,
call sign,
long been,
though clean,
though green,
court scene,
porque tiene,
short scene,
sports scene,
for deep,
for green,
for marine,
fourth scene,
north rhine,
or deed,
or deep,
or green,
or means,
or queen,
score means,
shore marine,
storm scene,
board clean,
board means,
board meant,
or die,
far been,
or team,
star sign,
fore teeth,
fourth theme,
short teeth,
store teeth,
all means,
boss screen,
broad beans,
broad green,
clause means,
clause meant,
coarse sieve,
core leak,
course cease,
cross means,
cross meant,
for cheap,
for lease,
for leave,
for meat,
for peace,
for pete,
for seed,
for sheep

3 syllables:
before been,
before seen,
forty one,
amoss sign,
before queen,
explore means,
maurice heine,
reform means,
reform meant,
glory in,
horrid scene,
record clean,
record means,
story in,
story on,
among teens,
support each,
adore these,
along green,
along marine,
along queen,
among green,
among marine,
among means,
because green,
because queen,
before peace,
before these,
chuong thien,
daughter jeanne,
default means,
deplore these,
explore these,
favour these

4 syllables:
maori hen,
calabar bean

5 syllables:
transitory scene

Some other possibilities:

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