Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tartine:

2 syllables:
far been,
star sign,
bog bean,
both been,
drop scene,
john keane,
not been,
not mean,
not seen,
not sign,
once seen,
stop sign,
for routine,
arp jean,
square green,
square means,
square teeth,
heart clean,
heart means,
heart meant,
part i.,
smart green,
start clean,
chang t'ien,
or been,
or mean,
or seen,
or sign,
square deal,
block means,
capped teeth,
car keys,
car seat,
car thief,
car wheel,
cause means,
cock tease,
far piece,
far these,
from green,
hog tied,
hox gene,
locke means,
locke meant,
not clean,
not meant,
notched teeth

3 syllables:
party in,
party on,
liang chien,
madame jeanne,
army in,
army on,
bizarre scene,
compare means,
declare clean,
rarely in,
robert heine,
squarely in,
squarely on,
follow routine,
hearty and,
parties in,
parties on,
partly in,
partly on,
party and,
party can,
party known,
party line,
party man,
party scene,
party when,
proper routine,
the party line,
before been,
before seen,
a square meal,
chaddocks sign,
closely in,
closely on,
compare these,
declare peace,
declare these,
dollar sign,
father rhine,
halo sign,
horace green,
java bean,
johnny keane,
molly keane,
neon sign

4 syllables:
calabar bean,
another routine,
artery in,
another scene,
another sign,
chicago scene

Some other possibilities:

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