Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with digestive:

2 syllables:
tex. civ,
chest heave,
ex div,
best if,
best in,
best is,
best it,
blessed in,
blessed is,
breast is,
chest in,
chest is,
est in,
guessed it,
guest in,
lest his,
lest it,
mess tin,
nest in,
nest is,
press still,
pressed him,
pressed his,
pressed in,
pressed it,
rest his,
rest in,
rest is,
test his,
test if,
test in,
test is,
test it,
vest in,
west in,
west is,
5ess switch,
belt in,
belt is,
bent ear,
bent his,
bent in,
cent in,
cent is,
cess pit,
checked his,
checked in,
chess skill,
chess which,
cleft in,
crept in,
dealt in

3 syllables:
access still,
arrest him,
arrest in,
arrest is,
assessed in,
confessed his,
depressed in,
expressed his,
expressed in,
expressed it,
objec tives,
possess still,
possessed in,
progress still,
request in,
request is,
success still,
suppressed in,
unrest in,
accept him,
accept his,
accept in,
accept it,
access being,
access switch,
access there,
access which,
address him,
address in,
address is,
address it,
affect him,
affect his,
affect in,
affect it,
agent in,
agent is,
assess which,
aware routing,
collect his,
collect in,
collect it,
connect it,
content in,
content is,
convent in

4 syllables:
acquiesced in

5 syllables:
amenhotep iv

Some other possibilities:

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