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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
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OCT
ODGE
decoct
cook'd
bodge
lodge
concoct
yoh'd
dodge
podge
Also the preterites of verbs in
ock; as shock'd.
OFF
OD*
cod clod God hod
rod shod sod tod
cough doff off scoff
trough loaf roof rough
nod
trod
odd plod
wad
ode
OFT
pod
ow'd
croft
soft
quad
blood
cough'd
scoff'd
quod
ODE
oft
aloft OG, OGUE
bode
commode
code
corrode
bog
shog
goad
explode
clog
agog
load
forebode
cog
prologue
mode
a-la-mode
dog
catalogue
node
episode
grogt
demagogue
ode
incommode
hog
dialogue
road
ow'd
fog
epilogue
rode
hood
frog
pedagogue
toad
hod
jog
synagogue
woad
fraud
log
rogue
abode
prog
prorogue
" An honest man's the nobl'st work of God " ; And certes in fair virtue's heavenly road
The cottage leaves the palace far behind : What is a lordling's pomp ? a cumbrous load.
Burns. Eight times emerging from the flood, She mew'd to every watery God.
Cowper. f In vain the barns expect their promis'd load. Nor barns at home, nor ricks are heaped abroad.
Dryden. \ "Old Grog " was a nickname for Admiral Vernon of the seventeenth century, on account of remarkable gogram overalls he wore in bad weather. It was then applied to a mixture of hot spirits, which he was the first to introduce.