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DIC'lIONARY OF RHYMES.
AZE {see AISE) CRE, CHRE {see ER)
league teague fatigue intrigue
EAGUE
renege
vague
beg
E, EA {see EE)
cease
geese
grease
fleece
lease
niece
peace
piece
apiece
caprice
EACE, EASE*
decease
decrease
increase
release
surcease
frontispiece
less
lace
miss
lees
EAK t compare AKE Words in eek may be allowed to pass as almost perfect rhymes with beak.
beak
sneak
bleak cheek clique creak
speak squeak streak teak
creek eke
tweak % weak
freak
week
leak
wreak
leek meek
antique bezique
peak
bespeak
pique
reek
seek
critique oblique break
sheik
brake
shriek
thick
sleek
EAL, EEL§
deal
heal
deil
heel
eel
keel
feel
kneel
beach
bleach
breach
each
peach
preach
EACH
reach
teach
impeach
beech
etch
EAD {see EDE and EED) EAF {see IEF)
Lest we rust in ease, We all are changed by still degrees.
Tennyson. \ The wreathed serpent who did ever seek Upon his enemy's heart a mortal wound to wreak.
Shelley. \ To pull rudely, pinch.
Who calls me villain, breaks my pate across, Tweaks me by the nose.
Shakspcre.
§ Or, as Ixion fix'd, the wretch shall feel The giddy motion of the whirling mill.
Pope.






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