Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with love bite:

2 syllables:
glove fight,
cusp height,
stump height,
blood might,
blood right,
blood white,
brush right,
bug light,
bun fight,
but might,
but right,
but white,
can fight,
can write,
chalk white,
chief flight,
chief light,
chief might,
chief right,
chief white,
clung tight,
clutched tight,
come right,
done right,
douglas might,
douglas white,
douglas wright,
dull white,
dutch light,
dutch might,
dutch white,
fearsome sight,
flood light,
flood might,
flush right,
gas light,
gas tight,
get right,
grudge fight,
gun sight,
judge might,
judge right,
judge white,
judge wright,
man might,
men might,
much light,
much right,
non white,
plush white,
pulse height,
put right,
rugged height,
rural white,
rush light,
skull might,
some light,
some white,
squirrel might,
stress might,
stress right,
struck quite,
struck right,
strung tight,
stuck right,
stuck tight,
stuff might,
stuff right,
such right,
sun light,
swung right,
then write,
tongue might,
tongue right,
tongue white

3 syllables:
added light,
added right,
added white,
adult height,
advice might,
advice right,
alice might,
alice white,
arousal might,
asset might,
asset write,
become light,
become right,
become tight,
become white,
begun right,
emit light,
ended right,
extra bright,
extra flight,
office light,
office might,
office right,
opaque light,
opaque white

Some other possibilities:

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