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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
quilt spilt
stilt tilt
ILTH
filth tilth
spilth
IM
brim
skim
dim
slim
glim +
grim
him
hymn
limb
limn
trim
whim
pilgrim
pseudonym
synonym
time
prim
team
rim
IME
chime climb
rhyme slime
clime
time
crime grime lime
thyme
sublime
maritime
mime X
overtime
prime
him
IMES
betimes
beams
sometimes
swims
IMP
gimp
limp
imp
pimp
jimp
IMPSE
glimpse
limps
IN §
compare INE
bin
griffin
chin
margin
din
maudlin
fin
muffin
gin
raisin
grin
ruin
inn
sanguine
kin
satin
lin
tiffin
pin
tocsin
shin
virgin
sin
urchin
skin
welkin
spin
cannakin
thin
javelin
tin
kilderkin
twin
mandolin
whin
manikin
win
origin
akin
palanquin
begin
violin
buskin
dine
chagrin
dean
codlin
machine
Also the plurals of nouns, and the third person singular of verbs in ime; as times, rhymes.
* Nearly obsolete. From spill, used by Shahspere and Browning. t Nautical. A light. " Dowse the glim."
J One who mimics, a buffoon, a farce. " Scaliger defines a mime to be a poem imitating any action to stir up laughter."Milton. § Death forer«nneth love, to win Sweetest eyes were ever seen.
E. B. Browning. || And let me the canakin clink A soldier's a man, A life's but a span, Why then, let the soldier drink. Shakspert,