Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with resistive:

2 syllables:
chris still,
christ in,
christ is,
his stick,
his still,
is still,
kissed him,
kissed his,
kissed it,
list in,
list is,
missed him,
missed his,
missed in,
missed it,
paris still,
this still,
twist in,
with hiv,
christ lives,
his love,
is love,
this love,
his dear,
is dear,
this did,
this dish,
bliss there,
bliss which,
built his,
built in,
built is,
built it,
chris smith,
cousin lives,
deer tick,
dipped in,
disc is,
disk in,
disk is,
drift in,
drift is,
ear tick,
flourished in,
gift in,
gift is,
gripped his,
guilt in,
guilt is,
here till,
him till,
his beer,
his being,
his bid,
his big,
his bill,
his chin,
his fear,
his king,
his kiss,
his lip,
his mid,
his rear,
his rich,
his ship,
his skill,
his skin,
his spear,
his thick,
his thin,
his whip,
his will,
his wish,
his wit,
his year,
is being,
is big,
is fear,
is fit,
is king,
is mere,
is near,
is rich

3 syllables:
assist him,
assist his,
assist in,
consist in,
enlist in,
exist if,
exist in,
exist is,
resist it,
victor iv,
adrift in,
conflict in,
conflict is,
enriched in

4 syllables:
casimir iv,
logistic curve

5 syllables:
amenophis iv

Some other possibilities:

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