Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with glances:

2 syllables:
dance as,
plans as,
and as,
and has,
and u.s.,
ann was,
anne was,
blacks as,
hand as,
hand has,
khan was,
land as,
land has,
plan was,
planned as,
plant as,
plant has,
range as,
stand as,
takes as,
tax as,
tax has,
than was,
chance was,
class as,
class has,
dance was,
dans ses,
glass as,
mass as,
pass as,
plan as,
plan has,
plants as,
than as,
than has,
than u.s.,
bank as,
bank has,
camp as,
rank as,
act as,
act has,
at was,
back was,
bag was,
black was,
cap was,
cash was,
cast as,
cat was,
class was,
classed as,
dad was,
fact as,
fact has,
fast as,
flag was,
flash gas,
gap was,
glass was,
grass was,
had was,
hat was,
jack was,
lad was,
last as,
laughed as,
map was,
mass was,
match was,
pass gas,
pass was,
passed as,
past as,
past has,
path was,
staff was,
task as,
task has,
that was,
track was,
what was,
france as,
france has,
once as

3 syllables:
advance as,
japan was,
advance was,
advanced as,
answer as,
answer has,
cancer has,
japan as,
japan has,
attached as,
attack was,
attacked as,
response as

4 syllables:
abraham was

Some other possibilities:

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See glances used in context: 88 rhymes, 3 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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