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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.                       33 I
tend
offend
brent f
lament
vend
obtend
hent |
misspent
amend
portend
lent
o'erspent
ascend
pretend
pent
ostent
attend
protend
meant
present
befriend
suspend
rent
prevent
commend
transcend
scent
relent
contend
unbend
sent
repent
defend
apprehend
shent5
resent
depend
comprehend
spent
rodent
descend
condescend
tent
sergeant
distend
dividend
vent
solvent
expend
recommend
went
strident
extend
reprehend
absent
student
forefend
reverend
ascent
tangent
impend
wean'd
assent
torment
misspend
fietid
attent ||
torrent
Also the preterites of verbs in
augment
unbent
en; as kenn'd.
cement
abasement
consent
accident
ENE(see EAN)
content
aliment
crescent
argument
ENGE
descent
banishment
dissent
battlement
avenge
rev enge
extent
blandishment
ENGTH
ferment
chastisement
foment
circumvent
length
strength
frequent
concurrent
indent
competent
ENT
intent
complement
bent
blent
invent
compliment
Blended.
'Tis beauty truly blent, whose red and white Nature's own sweet and cunning hand laid on.
Shakspere.
f Obsolete. From bren to burn. Used by Spenser
j Obsolete. From hend to lay hold of. Used by Shahsper$.
I Obsolete. From shend, to blame, injure.
I am shent for speaking to you.Shahspere. That knight should knighthood ever so have shent.Spenser. || Obsolete. Intent, attentive.
Season your admiration for a while With an attent ear.
ShaksPer$, Spenser uses the word as a noun.