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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with unoffensive:

4 syllables:
front offensive,
but effective,
non elective,
spring offensive,
thing offensive,
was effective,
breath offensive,
fresh offensive,
tet offensive,
genus ensis,
french offensive

5 syllables:
become offensive,
become defensive,
becomes offensive,
summer offensive,
conduct offensive,
guerrilla offensive,
major offensive,
become effective,
german offensive,
go on the offensive,
russian offensive,
season offensive,
verdun offensive,
unless effective,
extent effective,
commence offensive,
becomes defensive,
coming offensive,
nothing offensive,
doubly offensive,
final offensive,
major offensives,
naval offensive,
rapid offensive,
rebel offensive,
solid defensive,
argonne offensive,
autumn offensive,
become defective,
become oppressive,
becomes effective,
german defensive,
german offensives,
russian defensive,
russian offensives,
union offensive

6 syllables:
becoming offensive,
concerted offensive,
conditioned defensive,
determined offensive,
korean offensive,
southern offensive

7 syllables:
iranian offensive,
italian offensive

Some other possibilities:

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