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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
hitch
which
itch
witch
niche
bewitch
stitch
enrich
switch
etch
pitch
hatch
rich
botch
twitch
ITE*
In the suffix ite the i is long in
the great majority of words, as it is
in all proper adjectives, like Puseyite.
In the following it is short: respite,
granite, favourite, infinite, hypocrite,
apposite,
requisite, &c.
bite
slight
blight
smite
bright
spite
cite
sprite
dightf
tight
fight
trite
flight
white
fright
wight
height
write
kite
accite
knight
affright
light
alight
mite
aright
night
bedight
pight
benight
plight
contrite
quite
delight
right
despite
rite
excite
sight
foresight
incite
disunite
indict
appetite
indite
coenobite
invite
dynamite
midnight
expedite
moonlight
oversight
polite
parasite
recite
proselyte
requite
reunite
twilight
satellite
unite
stalactite
upright
sybarite
zoophyte
archimandrite
aconite
wit
acolyte
favourite
anchorite
eight
ITH
frith
sith
kith
smith
pith
zenith
with
(this word has no perfect rhyme)
ITHE
blithe
tithe
hithe
writhe
lithe
with
scythe
IVE
(as in dive)
dive
five
drive
gyve
Nor lose for that malignant dull delight, The generous pleasure to be charmed with wit.
Pope.
f Obsolete: to dress, deck.
Storied windows richly dight, Casting a dim, religious light.
Milton. J         From the noontide zenith ;
Named as fancy weeneth.
E. B. Drowning.