Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with absent:

2 syllables:
black currant,
canned hunt,
drag bunt,
drag hunt,
at just,
black crust,
black rust,
class must,
had just,
had rushed,
mass. dept.,
plan must,
staff must,
staff rushed,
than just,
that just,
that must,
that trust,
what must,
fox hunt,
had sent,
hath sent,
that sent,
black parent,
cap nut,
class parent,
drap dete,
back but,
black butte,
black currants,
black front,
cat gut,
class but,
crack front,
flax rust,
glass front,
had but,
had cut,
had let,
had put,
had shut,
palm nut,
rat assed,
sacks stuffed,
shall get,
shall put,
than let,
that but,
that cut,
that get,
that let,
that put,
job hunt,
craps on,
maps on,
tabs on,
at san,
backs on,
black sergeant,
chance on,
cracks on,
dance on,
flag smut

3 syllables:
hamsun knut,
jackson knight,
takes a hint,
captain knight,
ransom might,
action at,
action it,
action ought,
axis at,
drag a bunt,
finance dept.,
glances at,
takes a lot,
taxes ought,
blazon out,
brazen out,
happen at,
advance on,
attacks on,
babble out,
blacken out,
castle at,
classes at,
classes ought,
dabble at,
fallen knight,
fallen out,
fatten out,
flatten out,
grassy stunt,
hansen wrote,
jackson fought

4 syllables:
abandon it,
reaction at,
sebastian knight,
alanson white,
garrison at

Some other possibilities:

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Book See absent used in context: 12 rhymes, 31 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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