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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
remnant
servant
supplant
tenant
transplant
adamant
arrogant
combatant
complaisant
consonant
conversant
cormorant
covenant
disputant
dissonant
dominant
elegant
elephant
ignorant
jubilant
lieutenant
militant
miscreant petulant poignant protestant recreant recusant ruminant termagant vigilant visitant exorbitant extravagant inhabitant predominant significant want font can't upon't faint tent haunt
enwrap mishap tape
top heap
ape
cape
chape
crape
drape
grape
jape
nape
rape
APE
scape
scrape
shape
tape
trape §
escape
heap
sleep
APH (see AFF)
APSE
lapse                  capes
elapse                trapse
perhaps              heaps relapse
Also the plurals of nouns, and the third person singular of verbs in ap ; as maps, raps.
AP
cap
pap
chap
rap
clap
sap
dap
scrap
fap#
slap
flap
snap
gap
strap
hap
tap
knapf
trap
lap
wrap
map
affrap %
nap
entrap
APT
apt                     ap'd
adapt                 escap'd
Also the preterites of verbs in ap; as rapp'd.
AQUE (see ACK)
Obsolete. Fuddled, drunk; used by Shakspere.
t To break short, to gnash. Knapped ginger.Shakspert.
\ Obsolete. To strike down.
Affrap the warlike rider.Spenser,
| Obsolete. To loiter, to trapse: used by Swift.