Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with off and on:

2 syllables:
than done,
fan tan,
grant an,
than ten,
crack den,
dans un,
dans une,
hath done,
nach den,
plan can,
than can,
than man,
than men,
than when,
that don,
that done,
add an,
canned hunt,
had an,
had done,
hand can,
hand gun,
hand man,
hand when,
land can,
land when,
plan an,
than an,
than non,
hang ten,
bank can,
cast an,
ch'ang ch'un,
chang ch'un,
chang chun,
fact an,
had ten,
last ten,
mash tun,
passed an,
past ten,
stank hen,
adds an,
ash can,
ask an,
at run,
at san,
at when,
att. gen,
att gen,
back then,
back when,
bad man,
bad men,
bag man,
bath bun,
black bun,
black man,
black men,
black run,
cap gun,
class can,
class men,
fat man,
glad when,
had lain,
had run,
had then,
had when,
had won,
hatte schon,
mad man,
maj. gen.,
maj gen,
pac man,
rat run,
shall run,
shall then,
staff can,
takes an,
task can,
that can,
that man,
that men,
that non,
that ran,
that run,
that son,
that then,
that van,
that when,
that won,
trash can,
what can,
what man,
what men,
what then,
band in

3 syllables:
dandy hen,
around an

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