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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
IERCE (see SREE) IES {see IS, ISE) IEST (see EAST)
IEVE (see EAVE)
IF, IFF
sift
adrift
thrift
snowdrift
tiff'd
spendthrift
whiff't
IG
big
snig
dig
sprig
fig
swig
gig
twig
grig
whig
j«g
wig
P»g
whirligig
P"g
league
ng
fatigue
IGE
oblige
siege
(no rhyme)
cliff
caliph
skiff
dandriff
sniff
midwife
stiff
plaintiff
tiff
sheriff
whiff
hieroglyph
caitiff
fife
IFE#
IGH {see Y, first list) IGHT (see ITE) IGN (see INE) IGUE (see EAGUE)
fife
strife
knife
wife
life
cliff
rife
leaf
IFT
drift                  rift
gift                   shift
lift                     shrift f
IKE
dike glike
like pike
The memories of an ante-natal life
Made this, where now he dwelt, a penal hell;
And others said that such mysterious grief, &c.
Shelley.
Confession; from shrive. Compare Shrove Tuesday.
If straight thy track, or if oblique.
Thou knowest not. Shadows thou dost strike.
Embracing cloud, Ixion-like.
Tennyson.






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