Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with malacissation:

3 syllables:
his station,
paris station,
this station,
queer asian,
christ taken,
freer reign,
in ceylon,
is shaken,
is taken,
prince hagen,
prince hasan,
since satan,
brick station,
bridge station,
buick station,
hill station,
his patient,
his reign,
reindeer station,
spring station,
this patient,
this reign,
essays on,
is akin,
being shaken,
being taken,
brick mason,
if taken,
ill shapen,
is able,
is aided,
midday lunch,
print taken,
smear taken,
still shaken,
still taken,
there taken,
thing taken,
were taken,
wicked haman,
essay on,
paris session,
this session,
being patient,
displayed an,
displayed on,
displays an,
in patient,
ships taken,
since reagan,
since taken,
there reigned,
there reigns,
think satan,
trips taken,
with patient,
young asian,
but taken,
senate on,
yet taken,
being stationed,
display an,
display on,
fifth station,
his patients,
pierre eyquem,
ships stationed,
springs station,
still stationed,
switch stations,
there stationed

4 syllables:
lewis hayden,
berlin station,
growing asian,
inner asian,
until taken,
access station,
express station,
doris heyden,
nisei woman,
resist satan,
slipper satin,
tissue taken,
until patient,
abdul hasan,
assist patient,
convict station,
davis station,
fixation in,
fixation on,
inner station,
insane notion,
lewis shayon,
river station,
their station,
viewing station,
weighing station

5 syllables:
syowa station,
transmitter station

Some other possibilities:

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