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DICTIONARY
OF RHYMES.
demesne
margarine
deer
cohere
foreseen
nicotine
ear
compeer
machine
quarantine
fear
endear
obscene
submarine
fleer
revere
routine
tambourine
gear
severe
serene
vaseline
hear
sincere
terrene *
velveteen
here
veneer
unclean
bane
jeer
auctioneer
aniline
ban-
leer
bandolier
crinoline
been
mere
buccaneer
guillotine
bin
near
chandelier
intervene
peer
chanticleer
queer
chiffonier
EANT {see ENT)
rear sear
disappear domineer
seer
engineer
EAP
sheer
gondolier
cheap
sleep
smear
hemisphere
creep
steep
sneer
interfere
deep
sweep
spear
mountaineer
heap
weep
sphere
muleteer
keep
asleep
steer
musketeer
neap
beweep
tier
mutineer
peep
ship
veer
persevere
sheep
shape
year
pioneer
adhere
privateer
EAR
appear austere
charioteer dare
beer
clear
besmear
fair
cheer
dear
career
her
* An adjective from terra, the earth.
Advanced in honour and terrene power.
Hooker.
Milton uses it as a noun: The length of this terrene.
f Where I may oft outwatch the Bear With thrice-great Hermes, or unsphere The spirit of Plato.
Milton.
Of man what see we but his station here, From which to reason, or to which refer.
Pope.
Think, ye may buy the joys o'er dear: Remember Tarn O'Shanter's mare.
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