Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with faculae:

2 syllables:
abd al,
and l.,
dans l',
dans le,
frank l.,
p and l,
s and l,
at al,
at el,
at hull,
at le,
black morel,
black rural,
black shales,
black skull,
black young,
capp, al,
capp al,
that al,
black shell,
takes ill,
back was,
back when,
black was,
catch whales,
flagg young,
jack was,
track was,
act as,
act has,
act on,
act up,
back but,
back judge,
back rub,
back some,
back then,
backed up,
backs on,
backs up,
bat yam,
black buck,
black bun,
black butte,
black chalk,
black chief,
black duck,
black eunuch,
black gum,
black judge,
black leg,
black lung,
black man,
black men,
black mud,
black run,
black tongue,
blacks as,
brash young,
brass scales,
catch young,
chalked up,
chalks up,
class rural,
class young,
crack den,
cracked on,
cracked up,
cracks on,
cracks up,
dans les,
fact an,
fact as,
fact has,
fact on,
flash bulb,
graham young,
grand mal,
hacked up,
jacked up,
pac man,
packed up,
packs up,
pan dulce,
racked up,
racks up,
shacked up

3 syllables:
attack young,
attack was,
anu ml,
attacked as,
attacked on,
attacks on,
avec l',
avec le,
chana dal,
contact on,
contact us,
grassy knoll,
mansur al

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