Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with valance:

2 syllables:
lock ups,
mock ups,
pop ups,
cause us,
choc ice,
from us,
got us,
john huss,
not us,
slob ice,
stop us,
call ups,
from hence,
b-b shot pulse,
b b shot pulse,
clock pulse,
job hunt,
sharp pulse,
shock pulse,
shot cuffs,
square pulse,
start ups,
call us,
haul ass,
got lumps,
bar on,
block on,
blot on

3 syllables:
colon is,
chosen is,
common house,
common is,
follow ups,
often is,
police house,
police is,
prepare us,
rotten ice,
solid house,
solid is,
arlen house,
column is,
cotton house,
cotton is,
follow us,
holland house,
police since,
stolen base,
stolen horse,
stolen notes,
bizarre sense,
bourgeois sense,
bottom ice,
bottom is,
slogum house,
awful house,
causes is,
causes us,
cottage house,
data base,
data bus,
loses his,
model house,
model is,
natal house,
nodded his,
novel house,
novel is,
profile house,
profile is,
prophet is,
thomas house,
thomas is,
waffle house,
allen house,
fallen house,
problem is,
solid mass,
swollen knees,
arden house,
auction house,
barton house,
bobbin lace,
boston house

4 syllables:
elispot assay,
colony assay,
colony house,
colony is,
canada goose,
canada rice,
deposit is,
lusaka peace,
mahratta horse,
marinara sauce,
polymer is,
adoption is

5 syllables:
italian house,
enchilada sauce,
alabama house,
alabama since

Some other possibilities:

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See valance used in context: 4 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work several books and articles.

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