Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with frequent:

2 syllables:
my front,
pie crust,
three front,
greek front,
die cut,
they cut,
week when,
been just,
each must,
eat dust,
knees tucked,
leaf rust,
my trust,
seemed hushed,
stream gushed,
stream rushed,
street trust,
surely trust,
these must,
they trust,
wheat rust,
beach front,
beast hunts,
beech nut,
been but,
been crushed,
been cut,
been let,
been put,
been shut,
breeze front,
brief but,
by just,
by parents,
cheek brushed,
cheek flushed,
cheeks puffed,
cheese vat,
clean cut,
cream nut,
diese leute,
each parent,
field hut,
green front,
my cousins,
my parents,
need but,
peace front,
pious parent,
please let,
real ones,
rhine front,
see just,
seen but,
steel front,
steep front,
street front,
sweet scents,
team must,
they just,
they must,
they rushed,
three cousins,
three fronts,
wheel front,
wheel nut,
why must,
they went,
they get,
beach hut,
been when,
been won,
by but,
creek was

3 syllables:
equal height,
equal light,
ubi sunt,
dika nut,
college dept.,
complete trust,
oasdi trust,
relief rushed,
areas but,
chinese front,
extreme front,
ideas but,
keeps on at,
machine cut,
sea front,
sleeps on it,
beaten it,
beaten out,
complete when,
daily courant,
eaten at,
eaten out,
equal fault,
equal fight,
equal haste

4 syllables:
aliqua parte

Some other possibilities:

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See frequent used in context: 35 rhymes, 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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