Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with acaricide:

10 letters:
and decide,
sarah said,
not reside,
not decide,
sat beside

11 letters:
draft aside,
stand aside,
facts aside,
glass aside,
casts aside,
hands aside,
shall abide,
sarah cried,
sarah lived,
sarah tried,
horse aside,
start aside,
sword aside,
anger aside,
value aside

12 letters:
shall reside,
class decide,
dashed aside,
glance aside,
shall decide,
staff decide,
sprang aside,
sarah sighed,
track beside,
walked aside,
shall recite,
action guide,
hangs upside,
stands aside,
that provide,
banks decide,
glass upside,
had assigned,
frag grenade,
board decide,
called aside,
dodged aside,
doubts aside,
glass beside,
grass beside,
squat beside,
tossed aside,
black design,
sarah smiled,
stack design,
track design,
values aside,
waving aside,
exact recipe,
fabric aside,
matter aside,
report aside

13 letters:
dragged aside,
knocked aside,
plaque beside,
shall preside,
class decides,
class provide,
glanced aside,
shall provide,
staff decides,
staff provide,
hannah sighed,
japan provide,
matters aside,
blanket aside,
factors aside,
really decide

14 letters:
practice guide,
black sulphide,
range assigned,
class assigned,
ranks assigned,
stack provides,
staff assigned,
tasks assigned,
track provides,
thoughts aside,
class designed,
glass designed,
jackson knight,
staff designed,
classic recipe,
miranda sighed

15 letters:
fractious child,
practice guides,
attack designed,
samantha sighed,
attack subsides,
factor assigned

Some other possibilities:

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