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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
357
OOT compare UTE
bishop
develop
collop
envelop
gallop
cope
scallop
cup
trollop
coop
OPE
cope
elope
hope
antelope
grope
envelope
mope
heliotrope
ope
horoscope
pope
interlope
rope
kaleidoscope
soap
microscope
scope
misanthrope
slope
telescope
trope
hoop
aslope
hop
OR
compare ER, ORE
corps
flavour
tor
horror
war
honour
abhor
labour
anchor
mirror
author
motor
doctor
parlour
donor
prior
hector
sailor
boot
soot *
coot
cheroot
flute
uproot
hoot
vote
loot
coat
moot
foot
root
got
shoot
OOTH
booth
youth
smooth truth
soothe
uncouth
tooth
both
OOVE {see OVE)
OOZE {see USE)
OP
chop
prop
crop
shop
drop
slop
flop
strop
fop
sop
hop
stop
mop
swop
pop
top
* This word may rhyme with boot or but.
f Betray sweet Jenny's unsuspecting youth? Curse on his perjured arts ! dissembling smooth.—Burns
And all hearts pray, " God love her I " Ay, and certes, in good sooth. We may all be sure He doth."
E. B. Browning.
| Would I had been some maiden coarse and poor! O me, that I should ever see the light! Those dragon eyes of anger'd Eleanor
Do haunt me day and night.—Tennyson.
I will look out to his future,
Should he ever be a suitor.—E B. Browning.






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