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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
heed
exceed
EET
{see EAT)
knead
impede
lead mead
indeed linseed
EF
{see IEF)
meed
precede
need
proceed
EFT
plead
recede
read
succeed
cleft
bereft
rede*
stampede
left
lift
seed
intercede
theft
whiff-d
speed
supersede
weft
laugh" d
steed
velocipede
weed
made
EG
concede
bed
decreed
bid
beg egg
seg philabeg
EEF
{see IEF)
leg keg peg
league vague
EEK
{see EAK)
EGM {see EM)
EEL
{see EAL)
EEM {see EAM) EEN (see EAN)
EESE, EEZE
breeze               these
cheese              wheeze
ease                 appease
freeze               disease
please              displease
seize                 dives
sneeze               images
squeeze            soliloquies
tea*-*                 j>lace
Also tie plurals of rouns in ee, M; as fees, eeas.
EIGN {see AIN) EIN {see AIN)
EINT (see AINT)
EIT (see EAT)
EL
bell
hell
belle
knell
cell
mell
dwell
quell
ell
sell
fell
shell
•Provincial. Advice, to advise
Recks not his own rede.Shakspere. I >ed* you tent it.—Burns.






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