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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.                       309
chain
amain
quaint
constraint
crane
arraign
saint
distraint
deign
attain
taint
restraint
drain
campaign
acquaint
rant
fain
champagne
attaint
rent
fane
complain
complaint
feign gain
constrain contain
AIR-
-ARE t
grain
curtain
air
tear (verb)
lain
detain
bare
there
lane
disdain
bear
ware
main
distrain
care
wear
mane
domain
chair
where
pain
enchain
dare
yare
pane
explain
e'er
affair
plain
henbane
ere
armchair
plane
maintain
fair
aware
rain
murrain
fare
beware
reign
obtain
flare
coheir
rein
ordain
gare
compare
sane
pertain
glair
declare
skein
profane
glare
despair
slain
refrain
hair
elsewhere
sprain
regain
hare
ensnare
stain
remain
heir
forbear
strain
restrain
lair
forswear
swain
retain
mare
howe'er
thane
sustain
ne'er
impair
train
appertain
pair
prepare
twain
entertain
pare
repair
vain
hurricane
pear
whate'er
vane
mean
scare
whene'er
vein
scene
share
where'er
wain
pan
snare
debonnair
wane
pen
spare
howsoe'er
abstain
square
millionaire
AINT*
stair stare
car her
faint
mayn't
swear
were
feint
plaint
tare
hear
* When in the sultry glebe I faint, Or on the thirsty mountain pant.Addison.
f To sing those honours you deserve to wear, And add new lustre to her silver star.Pope There was no motion in the dumb dead air, Gross darkness of the inner sepulchre.Tennyson.






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