Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with achates:

2 syllables:
snack cakes,
at aix,
bad axe,
stack heights,
at rates,
batch weights,
black shapes,
brass weights,
catch rates,
class mates,
class rates,
crash rates,
flash rates,
match rates,
scrap rates,
track makes,
bank rates,
black face,
black race,
black slates,
black states,
frank yates,
glass case,
map case,
smash case,
tax rates,
that case,
track plates,
yak lace,
though rates,
shall gainsay,
class makes,
flash makes,
glass makes,
glass shapes,
graph makes,
grass makes,
grass snakes,
hand axe,
staff makes,
that makes,
what makes,
are facts,
as acts,
as facts,
black coats,
black hats,
black knights,
black lights,
black nights,
black rights,
black tights,
block rates,
clock rates,
of acts,
of facts,
on facts,
show case,
track lights,
and gates,
barred gates,
drag race,
jack cade,
lance gates,
nand gates,
plant gates,
range gates,
ambs ace,
at base,
at eight,
at face,
black grapes,
black snakes,
blanche bates

3 syllables:
attack rates,
attack makes,
japan dates,
nature hates,
attache case,
attract mates,
classic case,
contact rates,
exact dates,
exact rates,
exact weights,
compare rates,
attack aimed,
japan makes,
myriad shapes,
satay sauce,
attack sites,
abbey gates,
abstract shapes,
advance rates,
batter cakes

4 syllables:
embassy gates,
abraham yates,
really hates

Some other possibilities:

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