Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lacustrine:

2 syllables:
just fine,
chief shrine,
front line,
heian shrine,
roughest terrain,
stress strain,
bus line,
but mine,
cut line,
douglas pine,
douglas tried,
just right,
must find,
must rise,
must write,
nut pine,
sliced right,
thrust lines,
thrust right,
twice tried,
mulled wine,
strand line,
haemal spine,
punch line,
trunk line,
breast line,
rural terrain,
up train,
blood line,
desde fines,
gas line,
has tried,
s. s. van dine,
s s van dine,
twice prime,
was fine,
was mine,
was nine,
was tried,
blood tribe,
blunt spine,
blush wine,
chalk line,
chaste white,
chief tribe,
chief tried,
chuck klein,
club line,
crust might,
crust while,
dam line,
dept. mines,
douglas price,
dust mite,
dutch tried,
front lines,
front right,
gum line,
judge tried,
jug wine,
just died,
just five,
just give,
just like,
just might,
love line,
must fight,
must file,
must give,
must live,
parent lines,
parent tribe,
plumb line

3 syllables:
product line,
extra strain,
alice tried,
cluster pine,
dessert wine,
office tried,
enoch train,
urban terrain,
office crime,
abrupt right,
adult right,
adult spine,
afghan tribe,
alice cried,
become trite,
brian twyne,
budget line,
cotton twine,
cut it fine,
extent right,
nasal whine,
office price,
office routines,
orange rind,
osage tribe,
plummet line,
product lines

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