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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bernstein:

2 syllables:
her spine,
stern line,
verse line,
first line,
first nine,
versed sine,
curved line,
earth shrine,
world line,
germ line,
birch wine,
church style,
curved spine,
earth shine,
earth style,
search routines,
third line,
third style,
turn the tide,
ernst chain,
first time,
earth signs,
ernst weiss,
first type,
her fine,
her style,
khmer style,
learn lines,
learned style,
nerve signs,
per line,
stern lines,
terse lines,
terse style,
urnes style,
verse lines,
verse style,
stern plane,
burns might,
burns night,
burns while,
burnt lime,
first find,
first kind,
first lines,
first signs,
girls lined,
learns while,
turns light,
turns night,
turns right,
turns while,
turns white,
versed sines,
world time,
worst kind


3 syllables:
howard stein,
burton stein,
erwin stein,
dirty swine,
neural spine,
obscure style,
research style,
return ctype,
return smile,
service line,
surface mine,
diverse lines,
herbert stein,
jersey pine,
lower spine,
obscure signs,
observe signs,
return lines,
richard stein,
robert stein,
sternal line,
offered spain,
return plane,
return train,
concerns might,
concerns right,
concerns while,
dieter stein,
hermann schein,
peter stein,
rehearsed lines,
returns might,
returns while


4 syllables:
alar spine,
entire spine,
professor stein


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