Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with restrictive:

2 syllables:
kicked him,
kicked in,
licked his,
picked him,
picked it,
strict in,
with hiv,
wicked lives,
quick shove,
tex. civ,
dik dik,
brick being,
brick thick,
brick which,
built his,
built in,
built is,
built it,
cheque being,
cheque which,
chick lit,
chick which,
chris still,
christ in,
christ is,
click click,
click quick,
click there,
click which,
cousin lives,
deer tick,
dipped in,
drift in,
drift is,
ear tick,
fix his,
fix it,
flourished in,
gift in,
gift is,
gripped his,
guilt in,
guilt is,
here till,
him till,
his stick,
his still,
is still,
it lives,
kicks in,
kissed him,
kissed his,
kissed it,
lift him,
lift his,
lift it,
list in,
list is,
missed him,
missed his,
missed in,
missed it,
mix in,
mix is,
mix it,
paris still,
pitched in,
print in,
print is,
print it,
queer lives,
quick click,
quick pick,
quick pitch,
quick quick,
quick thing,
script in,
script is,
shift in,
shift is,
shipped in,
sick with

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

4 syllables:
casimir iv

5 syllables:
amenophis iv

Some other possibilities:

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