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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tartine:

7 letters:
part i.,
or been,
or mean,
or seen,
or sign,
army in,
army on

8 letters:
far been,
bog bean,
not been,
not mean,
not seen,
not sign,
arp jean,
car keys,
car seat,
hog tied,
hox gene,
party in,
party on

9 letters:
star sign,
both been,
once seen,
stop sign,
car thief,
car wheel,
far piece,
far these,
not clean,
not meant,
rarely in,
partly in,
partly on,
party and,
party can,
party man,
halo sign,
java bean,
neon sign,
artery in

10 letters:
drop scene,
john keane,
cock tease,
from green,
hearty and,
parties in,
parties on,
party line,
party when,
closely in,
closely on

11 letters:
for routine,
heart clean,
heart means,
heart meant,
smart green,
start clean,
chang t'ien,
square deal,
block means,
cause means,
locke means,
locke meant,
liang chien,
squarely in,
squarely on,
party known,
party scene,
before been,
before seen,
dollar sign,
molly keane

12 letters:
square green,
square means,
square teeth,
capped teeth,
robert heine,
father rhine,
horace green,
johnny keane,
calabar bean,
another sign

13 letters:
notched teeth,
madame jeanne,
bizarre scene,
compare means,
declare clean,
a square meal,
compare these,
declare peace,
declare these,
another scene,
chicago scene

14 letters:
follow routine,
proper routine,
the party line,
chaddocks sign

15 letters:
another routine

Some other possibilities:

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