Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pagan:

2 syllables:
dog on,
fog gun,
jog on,
log on,
block on,
clock on,
knock on,
lock on,
rock on,
stock on,
bar on,
blot on,
both an,
both on,
car on,
cause an,
cop on,
data on,
drop on,
far on,
from an,
from man,
from men,
from on,
god on,
got an,
got on,
hop on,
hot on,
job on,
lot on,
not an,
not on,
not ten,
par un,
par une,
pot on,
scar on,
shop on,
shot on,
spot on,
square on,
star on,
stop on,
watch on,
whom an,
hog pen,
jogged on,
jogs on,
logs on,
pop gun,
shot gun,
thom gunn,
top gun,
bag on,
bog in,
dog in,
drag on,
flag on,
log in,
tag on,
blocks on,
both can,
box on,
cause can,
far can,
god can,
job can,
knocked on,
knocks on,
locked on,
locks on,
mark on,
mock sun,
mod con,
park on,
rocks on,
shock when,
arm on,
art on,
bars on,
bomb run,
bombs on,
both man,
both men,
both when,
car when,
card on

3 syllables:
o'clock on,
passage on,
prepare an,
ago on,
embark on,
o'clock when,
occur on,
remark on,
adopt an,
apart on

4 syllables:
another on,
canada in

Some other possibilities:

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See pagan used in context: 17 poetry verses, 6 Shakespeare works, 5 definitions

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