Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pyrogen:

3 syllables:
high dudgeon,
cried helen,
cycle on,
driven on,
give up on,
item on,
lighted on,
prices on,
rises on,
seizes on,
title on,
while helen,
while russian,
white russian,
write russian,
diet on,
might retain,
quiet on,
trial on,
may retain,
virus in,
cried duncan,
cycle can,
dried mutton,
drive button,
high command,
items on,
light button,
might detain,
might summon,
prices can,
private man,
quite sudden,
quite undone,
right button,
righteous man,
silence on,
silent on,
slice bacon,
slide button,
slight ascent,
strike command,
style bacon,
style button,
virus assay,
white button,
thigh region,
white russians,
byron bunch,
drive reston,
fight britain,
prime agents,
prize agents,
quiet sun,
science on,
trial run

4 syllables:
arrival on,
decided on,
devices on,
divided on,
offices on,
provided an,
provided on,
subscribe button,
briefly written,
chiefly written,
today retain,
acquire added,
align button,
arises when,
assign button,
briefly comment,
define button,
delighted when,
design button,
devices can,
divine ascent,
finally on,
liable on,
petite maman,
provide decent,
provide defence,
sheila allen,
kinai region,
combined russian,
mighty russian,
buyer retains,
deprive britain,
design agents,
divine agents,
empire defence,
in high dudgeon,
provide britain,
reliance on,
reliant on

5 syllables:
entire russian,
alvirah meehan,
families retain,
signified assent,
desirable in

Some other possibilities:

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