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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.                     325
EARCH {see ERCH) EARD (see ERD)
EAT, EET Words in eet may be allowed to pass as almost perfect rhymes to beat.
EARL {see URL)
beat
complete
bleat
conceit
cheat
concrete
eat
deceit
feat
defeat
feet
discreet
fleet
discrete
greet
entreat
greit §
escheat
heat
estreat
meat
replete
meet
retreat
mete
obsolete
neat
plebiscite bate
seat
sheet
gait
sleet
great
street
bet
sweet
sweat
treat
hit
wheat
EATH, ETH |1
baith
death
breath
faith
EARN (see ERN)
EART (see ART)
EARTH—ERTH*
berth                worth
birth                 swarth
dearth              hearth
earth                breath
mirth                north
EASTf
beast                priest
east                  best
feast                 list
least                 hissed
Also the preterites of verbs in ease; as ceas'd.
* Far from all resort of mirth Save the cricket on the hearth.
Milton.
The holly round the Christmas hearth, A rainy cloud possessed the earth.
Tennyson.
f And sometimes casts an eye upon the east, And sometimes looks on the forbidden west.
A ddison. \ With his morning-winged feet. Whose bright print is gleaming yet.
Shelley. I Provincial: generally spelt greet, to weep. What gars thee greit ?Spenser.
|| Greet her with applausive breath In her right a civic wreath.
Tennyson.