Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with faecal:

5 letters:
ais l

6 letters:
age as,
age on,
aid as,
aid on,
aid us,
ate up

7 letters:
day can,
lake on,
make an,
make as,
make on,
make up,
make us,
pay cut,
rake up,
take an,
take as,
take on,
take up,
take us,
wake up,
way can,
may get,
ray gun,
age has,
aid has,
aim has,
asia as,
bail up,
bale on,
base as,
base on,
bay rum,
bay was,
bei den,
came an

8 letters:
may kill,
take ill,
brake on,
james l.,
may come,
shake up,
day will,
may fill,
may sell,
may tell,
may well,
way bill,
way will,
base has,
blame on,
blaze up,
brace up,
brain as,
brave as,
away but,
away was

9 letters:
lake aral,
spray can,
clay mill,
wait till,
spray gun,
brain has,
today can,
taken all,
taken ill,
always an,
always as,
always on,
attain an,
away some,
away when,
became an,
became as,
behave as

10 letters:
sei whales,
raise hell,
became ill,
today will,
always has

11 letters:
lake baikal,
plain skull,
stray shell,
white tulle,
made a hole,
malay rural,
make a fool,
make a pile,
taken whole,
affine hull,
became much

12 letters:
space scales,
weigh scales,
female skull,
makes a hole

13 letters:
gray squirrel

14 letters:
germaine krull

16 letters:
female colleague

18 letters:
japanese colleague

Some other possibilities:

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