Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with acaricide:

3 syllables:
dragged aside,
shall reside,
and decide,
class decide,
dashed aside,
draft aside,
glance aside,
shall decide,
staff decide,
stand aside,
facts aside,
glass aside,
practice guide,
sprang aside,
sarah sighed,
knocked aside,
plaque beside,
track beside,
walked aside,
shall preside,
shall recite,
action guide,
black sulphide,
casts aside,
class decides,
class provide,
glanced aside,
hands aside,
hangs upside,
range assigned,
shall abide,
shall provide,
staff decides,
staff provide,
stands aside,
that provide,
sarah said,
banks decide,
class assigned,
fractious child,
glass upside,
had assigned,
hannah sighed,
practice guides,
ranks assigned,
sarah cried,
sarah lived,
sarah tried,
stack provides,
staff assigned,
tasks assigned,
track provides,
frag grenade,
not reside,
board decide,
called aside,
dodged aside,
doubts aside,
glass beside,
grass beside,
horse aside,
not decide,
sat beside,
squat beside,
start aside,
sword aside,
thoughts aside,
tossed aside,
black design,
class designed,
glass designed,
jackson knight,
sarah smiled,
stack design,
staff designed,
track design

4 syllables:
attack designed,
japan provide,
matters aside,
samantha sighed,
values aside,
waving aside,
anger aside,
attack subsides,
blanket aside,
classic recipe,
exact recipe,
fabric aside,
factor assigned,
factors aside,
matter aside,
value aside,
report aside

5 syllables:
miranda sighed,
really decide

Some other possibilities:

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