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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
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broke
cloak
croak
folk
joke
oak
poke
smoke
soak
spoke
stroke
OKE*
yoke
yolk
awoke
bespoke
invoke
revoke
artichoke
rook
work
walk
OLE compare OWL
bole
coal
dole
droll
foal
goal
hole
jole
mole
pole
role
shoal
sole
stole
whole
cajole
condole
console
Creole
parole
pistole
aureole
girandole
girasole
bowl
owl
full
fool
doH
loll
poll
carol
extol
OL
alcohol
capitol
droll
hole
all
awl
OLD
behold
cuckold
enfold
foretold
freehold
unfold
uphold
withhold
manifold
marigold
pull'd
stol'n
OLN
swol'n
bolt colt dolt holt
OLT
bold
cold
fold
gold
hold
mould
old
scold
sold
told
wold
moult
thunderbolt fault malt
solve absolve convolve devolve
OLVE
dissolve involve resolve revolve
OM see UM
Also the preterites of verbs in oil, ole, owl; as roll'd, bowl'd.
                                  So strong they struck,
There seemed less force required to fell an oak.
Dryden.
fThe lightnings flash from pole to pole, Near and more near the thunders roll.
Bruce.
This foot once planted on the goal, This gloiy-garland round my mouI.
R. Browning.






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