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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tigrine:

2 syllables:
like mine,
bright line,
bright shine,
chile pine,
drive line,
fine line,
flight line,
guide line,
life line,
light line,
light shine,
might shine,
night line,
pipe line,
pipe vine,
rice wine,
right line,
side line,
sight line,
sire line,
time line,
white line,
white pine,
white wine,
chloride brine,
fly line,
high line,
high wine,
like rain,
high crime,
light train,
might train,
night train,
right train,
sight rhyme,
strike lines,
strike right,
bright lines,
bright signs,
cried right,
drive lined,
drive lines,
drive right,
eyes right,
fight right,
fine lines,
five lines,
five nines,
flies right,
flight lines,
flight right,
fly blind,
give rise,
guide lines,
guide right,
guide signs,
high price,
hive mind,
knife right,
light lines,
light right,
light shined,
light wines,
lights shine,
might find,
might right,
might write,
night lines,
night right,
pipe lines,
price lines,
price right,
price rise,
prime right,
quite right


3 syllables:
of like mind,
unlike signs,
unlike wright,
align right,
alive right,
arrive right,
briefly tried,
city line,
combine lines,
decide right,
define lines,
define right,
describe signs,
design lines,
design right,
desire lines,
divine mind,
divine right,
divine signs,
favourite lines,
physeal line,
primer fine,
recite lines


4 syllables:
entire spine,
families right


Some other possibilities:

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