Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with glacious:

2 syllables:
stage assay,
aid us,
gave us,
glaze ice,
have us,
made us,
make us,
may thus,
phase assay,
plate assay,
save us,
take us,
bay ice,
pay us,
may just,
based assay,
freight ass'n,
have thus,
lace ups,
make ups,
makes us,
name must,
played ducks,
rave ups,
saved us,
tails assay,
wake ups,
weigh twice,
weight twice,
lay ups,
age is,
page is,
stage is,
wage is,
age as,
age has,
aid is,
aim is,
asia as,
ate his,
base his,
base is,
blade is,
brain is,
cake is,
came his,
case his,
case is

3 syllables:
kinase assay,
persuade us,
asia is,
exchange assay,
made a house,
make a house,
gracious house,
spacious house,
station house,
station is,
always his,
always is,
away this,
became his,
betrayed his,
campaign is

4 syllables:
jamaica house,
creation house,
creation is,
deformation is,
exploration is,
glacier ice,
mutation assay,
mutation is,
notation is,
quotation is,
restoration house,
restoration is,
sensation is,
taxation is,
translation assay,
translation is,
vacation house

5 syllables:
coagulation is,
combination is,
compensation is,
complication is,
computation is,
concentration is,
conversation is,
declaration is,
degradation is,
designation is,
excitation is,
explanation is,
obligation is,
preparation is,
preservation is,
relaxation is,
transformation assay,
transformation is,
valuation is

Some other possibilities:

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