Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fine-grained:

2 syllables:
right brained,
prime grade,
light grade,
right grade,
slight grade,
style gained,
vines trained,
fine grain,
high grade,
lines named,
times gained,
times raised,
child gained,
child raised,
lines failed,
rights gained,
sides raised,
tides raised,
white glazed,
straight grained,
child trained,
dried grains,
fight raged,
gryll grange,
knife raised,
lines changed,
night waned,
price raised,
price trade,
sights trained,
signs changed,
spice trade,
spine tailed,
style trade,
tight braid,
while trade,
white grains,
spain gained,
right claimed,
times named,
tribe claimed,
wright claimed,
child named,
dried grain,
files named,
high raised,
might trade,
minds trained,
sites named,
times failed,
times saved,
tribes named,
types named

3 syllables:
finer grained,
provide trained,
design trade,
empire gained,
assign grades,
assigned grade,
finer grade,
minor grade,
designs aimed,
chromite grains,
design failed,
designed stained,
empire trade,
halide grains,
highly trained,
provide trade,
revive trade,
science gained,
unlike trade,
campaign gained,
combine ground,
design ground,
divine ground,
design aimed,
briefly raised,
chiefly raised,
combined trade,
defined trade,
design changed,
divine grace,
feline grace,
finer grains,
halide grain,
higher grade,
highway grade,
liner trade,
minor trade,
provide grain,
refined grains,
supplied grain,
unrefined grains

4 syllables:
expertise gained,
families gained,
families raised,
families claimed,
desired grade

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