Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with petrine:

2 syllables:
set line,
bread line,
dead line,
lead line,
air line,
bless thine,
hair line,
belt line,
breast line,
cell line,
dressed right,
fresh brine,
gets mine,
set mind,
set right,
stepped line,
tent wine,
but mine,
cut line,
head rhyme,
net gain,
nut pine,
spit shine,
bread lines,
bread right,
check crime,
dead rise,
dead wind,
end line,
head wind,
spread right,
trend line,
air lines,
breath right,
breathe right,
check lines,
check right,
check write,
death right,
delle scienze,
dressed like,
dressed while,
dressed white,
fair wind,
fence line,
fresh lines,
fresh signs,
glenn wright,
guess right,
jet pipe,
press lines,
press right,
pressure height,
pressure right,
shell right,
sketch lines,
smell right,
spare lines,
stressed while,
stretch right,
sweat while,
them find,
them right,
threat might

3 syllables:
access line,
direct line,
janet tried,
subject line,
upset right,
petrol line,
ahead right,
access lines,
access right,
addressed while,
any line,
assess fines,
cherry wine,
complex signs,
express lines,
express right,
hotel right,
janet might,
kept eye on,
ledger line,
leger line,
marcel reich,
never shine,
palette knife,
pepper vine,
progress lines,
progress right,
success right,
their fine,
their line

4 syllables:
cigarette right,
canary vine,
canary wine,
cigarette while,
library fine

5 syllables:
peritoneal signs

Some other possibilities:

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