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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
sharpen
denizen
negligence
indifference
syren
oxygen
penitence
intelligence
vixen
bane
preference
incontinence
warden
bean
providence
impenitence
acumen
been
recompense
impertinence
citizen
reference
improvidence
residence
magnificence
ENCE
, ENSE#
reverence
munificence
vehemence
omnipotence
cense
silence
violence
dance
dense
suspense
benevolence
cleanse
fence
abstinence
circumference
dens
hence
conference
concupiscence
scent
pence
confidence
sense
consequence
ENCH
thence
continence
whence
difference
bench
tench
commence
diffidence
blench f
trench
condense
diligence
clench
wench %
defence
eloquence
drench
wrench
dispense
eminence
quench
intrench
expense
evidence
stench
retrench
immense
excellence
incense
frankincense
END
intense
inference
.
nonsense
impotence
bend
lend
offence
impudence
blend
mend
pretence
indigence
end
rend
prepense
indolence
fendS
send
prudence
innocence
friend
spend
• Can ye listen in your silence ? Can your mystic voices tell us Where ye hide ? In floating islands.
E. B. Browning. f Or blanch, to grow white, to flinch.
I'll observe his looks; I'll tent him to the quick : if he but blench I know my course.
Shakspere. \ A maid, a girl, a strumpet.
A royal wench.Shakspers.
A wench went and told them.—//. Samuel xvii. if. I am a gentlewoman and no wench.—Chaucer. Now, the word is provincial and vulgar.
§ To keep off, exclude, to fold.
To fend the bitter cold.—Dry den. He fends his flock.—Phillips.






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