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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
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Jew knew
mildew
nephew
mew
perdue
new
purlieu
pew
pursue
sue
renew
view
review
yew
statue
adieu
subdue
anew
avenue
askew
impromptu
bedew
interview
bellevue
parvenu
curfew
residue
emew
retinue
endue
revenue
ensue
flew
eschew
coo
imbue
EX
sex
perplex
vex
reflex
annex
vortex
apex
circumflex
codex
wax
complex
takes
convex
likes
index
Also the
plurals of nouns and
the preterites of verbs in eck ; as
decks, recks.
EY
{see AY)
I
{see
Y first list) IB
bib crib drib# glib
nib rib squib bribe
IBE
bribe
kibef
scribe
tribe
ascribe
describe
imbibe
»
inscribe
prescribe
proscribe
subscribe
transcribe
diatribe
superscribe
IC {see ICK)
ICE
compare ISE
dice
ice
mice
nice
price
slice
spice splice rice thrice trice §
• Cognate with dribble, drip, drop.
With daily lies she dribs thee into cost.—Dryden.
Rhymes retailed in dribs.—Swift. f A chap, chilblain.
If a man's brains were in his heels, were't not in danger of kibes.
Shahsperc.
X            The critics of less judgment than caprice,
Curious, not knowing, not exact, but nice.—Pope.
A wretched fall:—uplift thy charmed voice,
Pour on those evil men the love that lies, Ac.—Shelley.
Ye to yourselves suffice
Without its flatteries.—E. B. Browning. § A small portion, an instant, a trifle.
In this trice of time.—Shakspere.
He could raise scruples dark and nice
And after solve them in a trice.—Butler.