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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
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drouth
truth
As
in low
mouth
youth
blow
trow
south
smooth
bow
below
mouth
crow
bestow
(the
verb, which has no rhyme)
flow glow
billow callow
OVEt
grow
fallow
As in i.ove
know low
foreknow pillow
dove
shove
mow
sallow
glove
above
owe
shallow
love
row
swallow
As in prove
sew
wallow
move
disprove
sow
willow
groove
disapprove
show
window
prove
improve
slough
winnow
approve
reprove
slow
yellow
As in wove
snow
outgrow
clove
strove
stow
overflow
drove
throve
strow
overthrov
grove
wove
throw
hove
alcove
As
in now
rove
behove
bough
brow
stove
interwove
bow
The low cares of the mouth, The trouble uncouth.
R. Browning. t And such is Nature's law divine, that those Who grow together cannot choose but love. If faith or custom do not interpose, Or common slavery mar what else might move All gentlest thoughts, as in the sacred grove, &c.
Shelley. X That mocks the tear it forced to flow-Amid severest woe.
Gray. To paint with Thomson's landscape glow, Or wake thy bosom-melting throe With Shenstone's art.
Burns. I know not yet was it a dream or no, In hues which, when through memory's waste they flow, Make their divided streams more bright and rapid now.
Shelley. The shadows flicker to and fro, The cricket chirps, the light burns low.
Tennyson.