Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with preventative:

3 syllables:
mental lives,
section iv,
lent an ear,
spent using,
spent cutting,
spent hunting,
spent putting,
spent until,
blended in,
friend using,
lend an ear,
melted in,
rested his,
rested in,
spend using,
tendon is,
tested in

4 syllables:
prevented him,
prevented his,
prevented it,
agent using,
content appear,
content using,
percent appear,
percent using,
prevent using,
contented lives,
agent until,
content until,
convent until,
percent until,
prevent cutting,
prevent hunting,
relent until,
amended in,
attended him,
attended his,
attended in,
defended his,
defended in,
defended it,
descended in,
expended in,
extended his,
extended in,
suspended in,
accepted him,
accepted his,
accepted in,
accepted it,
affected him,
affected his,
affected in,
agenda being,
agenda there,
agenda which,
arrested him,
arrested in,
attested in,
collected his,
collected in,
connected in,
detected in,
directed him,
directed his,
directed in,
effected in,
elected him,
elected in,
erected in,
expected him,
expected his,
expected if,
expected in,
expected it,
gentle active,
perfected in,
projected in,
protected him,
protected in,
reflected his,
reflected in,
rejected him,
rejected his,
rejected in,
rejected it,
requested him,
requested in,
respected him,
respected in,
selected in,
suggested here,
suggested in,
suggested it,
suspected in,
suspected it

5 syllables:
identity in,
identity is,
apprehended in

6 syllables:
unprecedented in

Some other possibilities:

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