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352                       DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
OICE#
compare 01SE
purloin
choice
voice
rejoice
vice
wise
toys
rejoin
subjoin
sirloin
void avoid devoid asteroid
OID
amyloid cycloid spheroid bide
joint
oint
point
anoint
appoint
fine
thine sign
OINT
aroynt %
disjoint
counterpoint
disappoint
$int
alkaloid
Also the preterites of verbs in oy; as buoy'd.
OISES compare OICE
noise                wise
poise                sighs
counterpoise tries equipoise          voice
Also the plurals of nouns, and the preterite of verbs in oy; as toys, employs.
boil
coil
foil
moil
oil
soil
spoil
toil
OILf
dsepoil
embroil
recoil
turmoil
mile
cole
while
OIN
proin quoin adjoin disjoin enjo ■
OIST
foist
hoist
moist
rejoic'd spiic'd
coin
foin
groin
join
loin
coit doit || quoit
On-adroit exploit dacoit
          And sits among his boys ;
He hears the parson pray and preach; He hears his daughter's voice.Longfellow. \ Some soothe the lab'rer's weary toil For humble gains, And make his cottage scenes beguile His cares and pains.Burns. \ Plague on you ! Begone!
Aroynt thee, witch, aroynt thee!Shaksfcre. § When ripen'd fields and azure shies, Call'd forth the reaper's rustling noise.Burns. || Through the French doigt, finger. " As much brass as can be covered with the tip of the finger"; a small Dutch and Scotch coin; any small piece. When they will not give a doit to relieve a lame beggar, they will lay out ten to see a dead Indian.Sliakspere.
He slept, poor dog I and lost it (purse of gold) to a doit.Pope.