Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sauterne:

2 syllables:
half turn,
or turn,
though stern,
though turned,
thought turned,
thought turns,
not earn,
not turn,
out turn,
that turn,
law term,
score earned,
though learned,
war worn,
all turned,
caught her,
claude turned,
court turned,
court turns,
or turned,
quart. journ,
short turns,
sought her,
taught her,
thought her,
wrong turns,
shall learn,
broad earth,
law firm,
all heard,
cough worse,
drawn hearse,
for earth,
half heard,
jaw jerk,
or earth,
or heard,
or hurt,
saw wort,
small earth,
smaller earth,
straw purse,
though burke,
though church,
black tern,
caught in,
caught on,
doubt learn,
doubt turned

3 syllables:
daughter in,
water hen,
water in,
water on,
author in,
author on,
closure in,
horror in,
lawyer in,
longer an,
longer in,
longer on,
longer one,
smaller in,
smaller one,
stronger in,
daughter and,
daughter jeanne,
daughter learn,
daughters in,
quarter in,
report turned,
shorter in,
slaughter and,
support turned,
water and,
water can,
water down,
water gun,
water inch,
water known,
water line,
water main,
water than,
water vine,
water when,
water worn,
watered down,
waters in,
along earth,
among earth,
because earth,
before heard,
assault on,
default in,
default on

4 syllables:
reporter in

Some other possibilities:

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