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DICTIONAR Y OF RHYMES.
AIRS—ARES
theirs                 unawares
And the plurals of nouns and the third persons singular of verbs in are, air, eir; as mares, repairs.
irate
migrate
narrate
prostrate
rebate
relate
sedate
translate
abdicate
abrogate
accurate
adequate
advocate
aggravate
agitate
alienate
animate
annotate
antedate
apostate
arbitrate
arrogate
aspirate
cachinate
calculate
candidate
captivate
castigate
celebrate
celibate
circulate
congregate
consecrate
contemplate
cultivate
dedicate
delegate
delicate
deprecate
derogate
desolate
desperate
dislocate
dissipate
educate
elevate
emigrate
emulate
estimate
extricate
formulate
fornicate
fortunate
generate
hesitate
hibernate
imitate
immolate
impetrate
imprecate
innovate
instigate
intimate
intricate
irritate
inundate
magistrate
meditate
micturate
mitigate
moderate
nominate
obstinate
oscillate
passionate
penetrate
perforate
perpetrate
personate
potentate
AISE—AZE
blaze
raise
craze
raze
daze
amaze
gaze
cross-ways
glaze
paraphrase
graze
ease
maze
seize
phrase
keys
praise
has
Also
the
plurals of nouns and
third person
singular of verbs in
«v, ey, eigh;
as lays, obeys, weighs.
AIT—ATE •
bait
slate
bate
straight
date
strait
eight
wait
fate
abate
gait
await
gate
belate
grate
collate
great
create
hate
cremate
late
debate
mate
dilate
pate
elate
plate
estate
prate
frustrate
rate
ingrate
sate
innate
• Beauty is seldom fortunate when great, A vast estate, but overcharged with debt.
Dryden.
If thirst of knowledge shall not then abate— —Then like one who with the weight, <S-c.
Shelley.






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