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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with strip mine:

2 syllables:
trip line,
zip line,
were nine,
with nine,
did fine,
firing line,
fish line,
his fine,
his line,
his spine,
his wine,
in fine,
in line,
is fine,
ist ein,
ist eine,
jim dine,
pitch line,
pitch pine,
ridge line,
shear line,
shrill whine,
sinn fein,
spit shine,
spring line,
still shine,
still wine,
string line,
swiss pine,
there shine,
thin line,
this fine,
this line,
were fine,
will shine,
with fine,
with line,
with pine,
with wine,
in nine,
being mined,
his mind,
in mind,
this mind,
his main,
in maine,
ring main,
this main,
up line,
being fined,
being lined,
being might,
brick lined,
bridge might,
chris might,
cousin might,
deer mice,
did find,
drink wine,
filled thine,
firing lines,
firing might,
flip side,
gripped tight,
hilfe eines,
hip tile,
hipped tile,
his kind,
his lines,
his might,
his smile,
ill wind,
in kind,
in lines,
in mice,
is kind,
is lined,
it might,
itch mite,
its fine,
its hind,
its line,
king might,
kings highnes,
lip like,
milk line

3 syllables:
nipple line,
adding lines,
berlin might,
bishop pine,
career lines,
career might,
did a line,
digger pine,
doing fine,
doing thine,
ginger wine,
imou pine,
limber pine,
middle line

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