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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
denounce
renounce
OUR
N {see ORN, URN)
pronounce
OUND
OURS
bound
around
ours
ores
found
compound
moors
stirs
frown'd
confound
cures
ground
expound
The
plurals of nouns and the
hound
profound
third person singular of verbs in
mound
propound
our, ower
; as hours, towers, devours.
pound
rebound
round
resound
OUI
sound
surround
wound (to wind) -wound (woond)
OUS {see US)
abound
moarid
aground
OUSE compare OWSE
OUNT
chouse
nous f
count
miscount
dowse
rouse
fount
mount
account
remount
surmount
want
grouse
house
louse
spouse
use
noose
amount
punt
mouse
discount
don't
OUT
dismount
bout
stout
OUP (see OOP)
clout doubt
tout trout
OUR compare OOR, ORE
drought gout
about devout
bower
tower
grout
misdoubt
dower
deflower
out
redoubt
cower
devour
pout
throughout
flour
mozver
rout
without
hour
pour
scout
boat
lour
poor
shout
vote
power
pure
snout
lute
scour
her
spout
boot
sour
sprout
Hope that blessed me, bliss that crowned, Love, that lfft me with a wound, Life itself, that turneth round.E. B. Browning.
\ The Greek word for mind, understanding ; expressively used to imply common sense, tact, gumption.
J-----His ears alone pricked out:
Each one pointing to his throat.E. B. Browning.