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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
loss
albatross
trot
counterplot
moss
asbestos
yacht
idiot
across
close
allot
melilot
bathos
dose
ballot
polyglot
chaos
us
bigot
vote
emboss
boycot
quote
complot
but
OST*
forgot apricot
ought
cost
exhaust
frost
ghost
OTCH
lost
post
blotch
notch
toss'd
toast
botch
watch
accost
must
crotch
such
holocaust
roost
OTE
OTt
bloat
mote
blot
not
boat
note
clot
plot
coat
quote
cot
pot
dote J
rote
got
quat
float
smote
grot
rot
goat
throat
hot
shot
gloat
tote
jot
sot
groat
vote
knot
spot
lote
wrote
lot
squat
moat
                                        As silent as a ghost
With solemn speed, and stunning music cross'd.
Shelley.
I feel it when I sorrow most: 'Tis better to have loved and lost, Than never to have loved at all.
Tennyson.
t For many a beast to dead she shot, And perish'd mony a bonnie boat.
Burns.
And mercy, encouraging thought I Gives even affliction a grace, And reconciles man to his lot.
9                                        Cowptr.
Still moving after truth long sought, Will learn new things when I am not.
Tennyson. X To rave, to drivel, be overfond.
I never knew a woman, so dote upon a man.
Shakspere.






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