Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with excessive:

2 syllables:
tex. civ,
bless him,
guess is,
guess it,
press his,
press in,
press is,
press it,
ex div,
book iv,
dsm iv,
with hiv,
air in,
air is,
air it,
bear him,
bear his,
bear in,
bear is,
bear it,
bell in,
bell is,
bet is,
bet it,
bread in,
bread is,
breath in,
breath is,
breath there,
breathe in,
care if,
care in,
care is,
cell in,
cell is,
chair in,
chair is,
check his,
check if,
check in,
check is,
check it,
dead in,
dead is,
deaf ear,
death his,
death if,
death in,
death is,
death it,
death there,
death thing,
debt in,
debt is,
deck in,
deck is,
delle lingue,
dressed in,
dwell in,
edge in,
edge is,
egg in,
egg is,
err in,
et il,
et in,
eve in,
fair in,
fair is,
fare is,
fell ill,
fell in,
fetch him,
fetch it,
flesh in

3 syllables:
access in,
access is,
excess in,
excess is,
express his,
express in,
express it,
possess in,
possess it,
progress in,
progress is,
success in,
success is,
suppress it,
urban iv,
addressed him,
addressed his,
addressed in,
ahead in,
compel him

4 syllables:
acquiesce in,
casimir iv,
cigarette in

5 syllables:
amenhotep iv,
amenophis iv

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