Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chlorine:

6 letters:
or eat,
war i.

7 letters:
or been,
or mean,
or seen,
or sign,
or each,
or heat,
or read,
or real

8 letters:
all been,
all mean,
all seen,
for each,
for ease,
for heat,
for real,
or green,
or means,
or queen,
all heal,
glory in,
story in,
story on,
korea in

9 letters:
call sign,
long been,
more heat,
more real,
moth bean,
for green,
claw feet,
forty one,
glory and,
poetry in,
story and,
story can,
maori hen

10 letters:
broad bean,
for marine,
horse bean,
long green,
moss green,
sword bean,
draw sheet,
amoss sign,
gloried in,
glory fern,
kauri pine,
quarry man,
stories in,
stories on,
story line,
cacao bean,
a raw deal,
along each

11 letters:
for routine,
boss screen,
broad green,
court scene,
north rhine,
score means,
short scene,
small green,
storm scene,
house scene,
lough leane,
before been,
before seen,
before each,
along green,
among green,
glory shine,
glory shone,
story known,
torrey pine,
victoria in

12 letters:
though green,
though clean,
though meant,
fourth scene,
porque tiene,
shore marine,
small marine,
sports scene,
strong green,
soeur jeanne,
along marine,
among marine,
before queen,
for each one,
reform means,
reform meant,
because each,
priori known

13 letters:
because green,
explore means,
maurice heine,
bizarre scene

16 letters:
transitory scene

Some other possibilities:

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See chlorine used in context: 2 rhymes, several books and articles.

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