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326                      DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
heath
hath
ECK
neath
wrath
wraith
rath •
beck
reckj
wreath
teeth
check
spec
uhderneatr
i cometh
deck
speck
hath
fleck
wreck
UVirt'fl'
And the archaic third person singular of verbs.
geek neck
bake beak
peck
EATHE
breathe
bathe
ECT
seethe
scathe
sect
project
sheathe
swathe
affect
protect
wreathe
wreath
aspect
reflect
bequeathe
collect
reject
correct
respect
EAVE
deject direct
select subject
cleave
conceive
dissect
suspect
eave
deceive
detect
architect
eve
unweave
effect
circumspect
grieve
perceive
eject
disaffect
heave
receive
elect
disrespect
leave
relieve
erect
indirect
sleeve
reprieve
expect
intellect
thieve
disbelieve
infect
incorrect
weave
interleave
inspect
recollect
achieve
interweave
neglect
retrospect
aggrieve
live
object
leak'd
believe
lave
Also the
preterites of verbs in
bereave
eck; as henpeck'd.
EB, EBB
ED
bleb
web
bed
bred
ebb
babe
bled
dead
nebt
glebe
bread
dread
• Or rathe, early, before the time. The adverb rather is the regularly formed comparative of it.
The rath primrose that forsaken dies.—Milton. t Nose, beak : also a euphonic contraction for Ebenezer. I To regard, take care of.
I reck as little what betideth me.—Shakspere. Recks not his own rede.—Shakspere. Little he'll reek.—Wolfe.