Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with absorption:

2 syllables:
burp gun,
wurde schon,
her pen,
birds on,
burned on,
church can,
church when,
curve can,
durch den,
earned on,
earth can,
firm can,
first an,
first on,
first ten,
girl can,
girls on,
heard when,
learned on,
nurse can,
perched on,
served an,
served on,
squirt can,
squirt gun,
term can,
termed an,
terms on,
third man,
third son,
turn can,
turned on,
turns on,
urged on,
word can,
word when,
words on,
work done,
work when,
worked on,
works on,
world on,
worse when,
church on,
search on,
urge on,
verge on,
bird on,
curse on,
curve on,
dirt on,
earn an,
earth on,
firm on,
girl on,
heard an,
heard on,
her man,
her men,
her son,
her then,
her when,
per man,
per ton,
perch on,
serve an,
serve on,
spurred on,
term on,
third on,
turn on,
word on,
work an,
work can

3 syllables:
affords an,
converged on,
experts on,
observed an,
observed on,
research can,
research done,
return when,
returned on,
returns an,
returns on,
reversed on,
converge on,
research on,
afford an,
expert on,
furnish an,
offered an,
offered on,
offers an,
purpose on,
return an,
return on,
uber den,
unter den

4 syllables:
conferred on

Some other possibilities:

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