Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with in front:

2 syllables:
his parent,
will durant,
brick fronts,
being crushed,
being thrust,
deer hunt,
lymph duct,
built trust,
his trust,
is flushed,
milk crust,
quick thrust,
since sliced,
smith trust,
spear thrust,
stick thrust,
still flushed,
still trust,
swift trust,
tears rushed,
this trust,
were crushed,
will trust,
being rushed,
bring parents,
thing parents,
drill sergeant,
his parents,
if just,
if parents,
its parent,
signed receipt,
strict parent,
swiss parents,
there wa'n't,
thick crust,
which parents,
with parents,
if but,
in. but,
print run,
since parents,
still hunt,
string plucked,
there rushed,
things just,
things must,
witch hunt,
bit the dust,
comme faisant,
its just,
still clutched,
tears gushed,
years must,
young parent,
can trust,
click print,
dutch parent,
friend rushed,
prince spent,
quick print,
since spent,
will print,
being just,
being sucked

3 syllables:
unfit parent,
inner parent,
infra notes,
until crust,
adoring parents,
asking parents,
dying parent,
paying parent,
akhil bharat,
billy durant,
children at,
children eight,
children it,
children not,
children ought,
children out,
inner crust,
jewish parent,
their parent,
thinner crust,
unfit parents,
until parents,
convince parents,
given parent,
river fronts,
winter currant,
within parent,
benign breast,
irate parent,
virgin breast

4 syllables:
louisville trust,
encourage parent,
opinion at,
opinion it,
opinion ought

Some other possibilities:

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