Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with antigen:

3 syllables:
granted an,
granted on,
planted on,
handed on,
handle on,
landed on,
stranded on,
acted on,
fasten on,
grafted on,
pasted on,
practice on,
damage on,
at a run,
battle on,
cattle on,
fan oven,
francis jeune,
grand teton,
panel on,
ratted on,
rattle on,
status on,
angle on,
black russian,
graham button,
hangs up on,
matt damon,
ramble on,
ramsay allan,
shall detain,
statt dessen,
thank helen,
that russian,
trample on,
action on,
back bacon,
back button,
basket on,
black button,
black cuban,
black sedan,
brass button,
flash button,
glass button,
graph button,
shall retain,
shall summon,
taxes on,
track button,
traction on,
and russian,
counted on,
granted in,
mountain on,
mounted on,
planted in,
wanted an,
bland sutton,
frank budgen,
frank tobin,
gang up on,
gland lumen,
graham huggan,
graham hutton,
grand manan,
handsome man,
language on,
ash oven,
asked allan,
asked helen,
bashes on,
castle on,
catches on,
classes on,
daniel dayan,
fallen on,
glasses on,
grant added,
grant office,
granted as,
happen on,
hashed mutton

4 syllables:
expanded on,
advances on,
advantage on,
verband tussen,
example on,
strategy on,
attach button,
reaction on,
attacked russian,
expand button,
japan defence,
although helen,
capital on,
compassion on,
contact button

5 syllables:
abraham cahan

6 syllables:
alexander allan

Some other possibilities:

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