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DICTIONARY
OF RHYMES.
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AW
AY
chaw
saw
claw
squaw
craw
straw
claw
thaw
draw
foresaw
Saw
cat's-paw
gnaw haw
guffaw hawhaw
jaw law
jackdaw withdraw
maw
overawe
paw
usquebaugh
raw
aye f
bray
clay
day
dray
eh?
fay
flay
fray
gay
grey hay
jay
lay
may
nay
neigh
pay
play
pray
prey
ray
say
slay
spray
stay
stray
sway
they
tray
tway
way
weigh
whey
affray
allay
array
astray
away
ballet
belay
betray
bewray
convey
decay
defray
delay
denay
dismay
display
essay
gainsay
horseplay
hurrah
inlay
inveigh
levee
obey
portray
purvey
relay
repay
soire*e
subway
survey
tramway
dejeuner
disarray
disobey
matinee
roundelay
stowaway
runaway
cabriolet
tea
fee
AWL [see ALL) AWN compare ORN
awn
pawn
brawn
prawn
dawn
spawn
drawn
yawn
fawn
withdrawn
lawn
AX
axe
poll-tax
flax
nicknacks
lax
relax
tax
thorax
wax
parallax
borax
cakes
climax
takes
gimcracks
Also
the
plurals of nouns, and
the third
person singular of verbs
in ah; as
backs, lacks.
Th' ethereal coursers bounding from the sea.
From out their flaming nostrils breath'd the day.Dryden.
t Aye ever, is pronounced as ay in day. word eye, as in " The ayes ha\e it."
Ay, aye, the affirmative, as the