Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with submissive:

2 syllables:
with hiv,
his ear,
his hip,
his ill,
his in,
his is,
his sick,
his sin,
is here,
is his,
is if,
is ill,
is in,
is is,
is it,
is sick,
is sin,
kiss him,
kiss his,
miss him,
miss it,
paris in,
paris is,
still lives,
this here,
this hill,
this his,
this if,
this ill,
this in,
this is,
this it,
this sin,
book iv,
dsm iv,
still love,
will love,
aiding in,
be with it,
beer in,
beer is,
being here,
being his,
being hit,
being ill,
being in,
being is,
bid him,
bid in,
big in,
bill in,
bill is,
bit his,
bit in,
bit is,
brick in,
bridge in,
bridge is,
bring him,
bring his,
bring in,
bring it,
cheer him,
chin in,
chip in,
click here,
click in,
climb in,
deer in,
did hear,
did him,
did his,
did in,
did it,
dig in,
dig it,
dip in,
dish in,
dish is,
drill in,
drill is,
ear in,
ear is,
ear ring,
ere it

3 syllables:
urban iv,
admit him,
admit his,
admit it,
appear in,
as it is,
asking him,
asking his,
asking if,
berlin in,
career in,
career is

4 syllables:
casimir iv

5 syllables:
amenhotep iv

Some other possibilities:

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See submissive used in context: 5 rhymes, 3 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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