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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
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fed                   tread
fled                  wed
head                 abed
lead                  behead
read                 homestead
red                   instead
said                  misled
shed                 o'erspread
shred               plead
sped                 blade
spread              maid
stead                obey'd thread
see
devotee
she
disagree
spree
filigree
tea
jubilee
thee
jeu d'esj rit
three
mortgagee
tree
nominee
agree
peccavi
bawbee
pedigree
decree
recipe
degree
referee
foresee
repartee
fusee
simile
grandee
vis-a-vis
houii
animalculae
lessee
con amore
on dit
extempore
rupee
felo de se
trustee
fac simile
calipee
hyperbole
cap-a-pie
lapsus linguae
committee
sotto voce
coterie
agapemone
EDE {see EED)
EDGE compare AGE, IDGE
edge
fledge
hedge
kedge
ledge
pledge
sedge
wedge
allege
knowledge
age
privilege
porridge
Words ending in y short; at merry, symmetry.
EECE {see EACE)
EE • {see Y, second list)
bee
dree f
flea
flee
free
glee
gree
he
key
knee
lea
lee
me
ne
plea
sea
EECH {see EACH)
EED,   EDE
bead                 creed
bleed                deed
breed                feed
• Poets, a race long unconfin'd and free, Still fond and proud of savage liberty.
Pop$. f Cognate with dry—long, tedious.
\ In genial spring beneath the quiv'ring shade, Where cooling vapours breathe along the mead.
Pope.






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