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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
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IRE compare AR, ER
dire                  aspire
fire                   attire
gyre                 conspire
hire                  desire
ire                    entire
lyre                  expire
mire                 inspire
pyre                 inquire
quire                 require
sire                   retire
spire                 satire
squire               transpire
tire                   umpire
wire                 friar
acquire            prior
admire             satyr
IRGE (see ERGE)
1RL (see URL)
chirm firm term worm
IRM
affirm
confirm
infirm
IRST (see URST) IRT (see ERT)
birth
dearth
earth
IRTHJ
mirth worth north
IRK
burke
dirk
firk
jerk
kirk
lurk
murk
perk*
quirk f
smirk
stirk
work
IS, IZ
his                    whiz
fizz                   breeches
phiz                  rise
Also the plurals of many nouns in cy, sy; as mercies.
From perch, to set up, pert, proud.
To be perked up in glistering grief.Shakespen. Pert as a peacock.Spenser. \ A jerk, twist, quick stroke, quibble, retort.
Iv'e felt so many quirks of joy and grief.Shakspere.
I may chance have some odd quirks and remnants of wit broken on me.
Shakspere.
Like quirks of music, broken and uneven.Pope.
J Or when the deep green-mantled Earth Warm-cherish'd every flow'ret's birth, And joy and music pouring forth In every grove.
Bums. J Dissolve me into ecstasies, And bring all heaven before mine eyts.
Miiton