Definitions for "Absolute phrase"
A grammatically unconnected part of a sentence?generally a noun or pronoun followed by a participle (and sometimes modifiers): We will have a cookout, weather permitting [noun + present participle]. The national anthem sung for the last time, the old stad
a modifier (quite often a participle ), or a modifier and a few other words, that attaches to a sentence or a noun , with no conjunction
A noun is immediately followed by a participle and a prepositional phrase or adjective phrase or two. example- "Actually, he wore a clown's tight rubber wig, painted white." Annie Dillard