Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fascine:

2 syllables:
laugh line,
than nine,
lang syne,
at line,
at nine,
back line,
back nine,
black line,
black pine,
cache line,
cap line,
catch line,
chat line,
class size,
drag line,
falle eines,
fat pine,
gag line,
glass eyes,
grass height,
had nine,
jack pine,
laugh lines,
palm wine,
sash line,
scan line,
scratch line,
shall shine,
shall thine,
slab line,
slash pine,
snap line,
staff line,
staff vine,
tag line,
than mine,
that fine,
that line,
that nine,
trap line,
apse line,
bass line,
class lines,
glass eye,
glass lined,
hash signs,
last line,
past nine,
chow line,
chow mein,
fall line,
from mine,
snow line,
squall line,
squaw vine,
straw wine,
trawl line,
at time,
that time,
what time,
black eyes,
black isle,
black kite,
fat tide,
flat tyre,
graham might,
had died,
had eyes,
laugh right,
laugh while,
sat tight,
shall light,
shall live,
stack height,
that height,
that type,
track height,
what type,
brass chain,
class on,
cross vine,
glass on,
grass on,
grass stain,
house signs,
house wine,
mass on,
ops ine,
pass an,
pass on,
show signs,
though signs

3 syllables:
enough signs

4 syllables:
zodiac signs,
abraham might

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