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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
bliss
hiss
kiss
miss
spiss
this
wis
abyss
amis
axis
chalice
crisis
dais
dismiss
gratis
jaundice
lattice
lettuce
notice
novice
phthisis
remiss
ISS*
service thesis analysis antithesis artifice chrysalis emphasis * paralysis prejudice prolapsis synthesis verdigris amanuensis aposiopesis diagnosis metamorphosis metempsychosis metropolis necropolis parenthesis nice lease
devise
exercise
disguise
idolise
excise
pulverise
premise
realise
revise
improvise
supplies
sacrifise
surmise
signalise
surprise
solemnise
agonise
summarise
authorise
sympathise
canonise
tyrannise
catechise
immortalise
circumcise
systematise
civilise
ice
criticise
hiss
enterprise
Also the
third person singular
of verbs in y;
as cries, tries.
ISH
cuish
dish
fish
pish
banish
cherish
finish
flourish
nourish
parish
perish
radish
relish
squeamish
rubbish
astonish
demolish
ISE f compare ICE
guise
prize
rise
size
wise
advise
assize
chastise
comprise
despise
* When beneath the palace lattice, You ride slow as you have done, And you seo a face there—that is Not the old familiar one.
E. B. Browning.
f If all was good and fair we met,
This earth had been the Paradise It never looked to human eyes Since our first sun arose and set.
Tennyson,
| Or cuisse : the armour for the thigh.
I saw young Harry with his bearer on, His cuishes on his thigh, gallantly armed, Rise from the ground like feathered Mercury.
Shakspere.






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