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DICTIONARY OF RHYMES.
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UNE compare OON
UP
hewn
importune
tune
soon
jejune
sun
untune
UNG
bung
stung
clung
sung
dung
swung
flung
tongue
hung
wrung
rung
young
slung
among
sprung
unsung
strung
song
UNGE
lunge
sponge
plunge
expunge
UNK
bunk
shrunk
chunk
skunk
drunk
slunk
funk*
spunk f
hunk
stunk
junk
sunk
monk
trunk
punk
UNT
blunt
hunt
brunt
runt X
front
wont
grunt
cup dup § pup sup hiccough
stirrup
syrup
soap
group
dupe
UPT
abrupt corrupt
supp'd interrupt
UR(j«ER)
URB
curb herb verb
disturb suburb orb
URCH (see ERCH)
bird
curd
gird
stirr'd
word
absurd
URD
referr'd
broad
cord
cur'd
injur'd
URE
cure
dure
ewer
lure
pure
skewer
abjure
adjure
allure
azure
* Stench, to emit a stink. Also, as slang, to turn coward + Rotten wood, tinder. Also spirit, mettle, pluck (vulgar)
In Scotland, a little old
+ A small or stunted bullock or other animal woman.
§ Dup, to do up ; as don- to do on
doff, to do off: to open, used by
Shaksperc.
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