Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pine tree:

2 syllables:
might try,
find by,
find my,
find they,
lined by,
mind by,
mind my,
time very,
wind tee,
cried three,
drive three,
fight three,
give three,
height three,
light three,
like fury,
like very,
liked by,
lines by,
might very,
might worry,
night three,
price three,
quite free,
quite three,
right three,
strike three,
style three,
thrice three,
tried three,
while three,
write three,
find very,
fined three,
lime trees,
lined three,
sind die,
sine die,
fly worry,
give very,
high street,
light by,
light they,
line by,
lines reach,
lines roughly,
lines three,
might by,
might die,
might lie,
might see,
might they,
night by,
night they,
price street,
quite by,
right by

3 syllables:
assign three,
combine three,
define three,
design three,
assigned by,
confined by,
declined by,
defined by,
designed by,
refined by,
acquire three,
alive three,
arrive three,
aside three,
combine beauty,
define beauty,
derive three,
describe three,
designs by,
divide three,
divine beauty,
provide three,
recite three,
supplied three,
supplies three,
survive three,
aligned roughly,
assigned three,
combined three,
defined roughly,
defined three,
designed three,
divine dream,
high and dry,
assigns three,
briefly three,
chiefly three,
combine cream,
combines three,
defines three,
design brief,
design by

4 syllables:
summarize three

Some other possibilities:

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