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EARCH (see ERCH)
EAT, EET—Cont.
EARD (see ERD)
escheat retreat estreat obsolete
EARL (sec URL)
replete plebiscite
EARN (see ERN)
EART (see ART)
EATH. ETH
baith wreath
EARTH—ERTH
breath underneath
berth earth birth mirth dearth worth
heath death neath faith wraith
EAST
And the archaic third per­son singular of verbs.
beast least east priest
EATHE
feast
breathe
wreathe
Also the preterites of verbs
seethe
bequeathe
In ease; as ceas'd.
sheathe
EAT, EET
EAVE
Words in eet may be al­lowed to pass as almost per­fect rhymes to beat.
cleave
eave
eve
bereave
conceive
deceive
beat
sheet
grieve
unweave
bleat
sleet
heave
perceive
oheat
street
leave
receive
eat
sweet
sleeve
relieve
feat
treat
thieve
reprieve
feet
wheat
weave
disbelieve
fleet
complete
achieve
interleave
greet
conceit
aggrieve
interweave
heat
concrete
believe
meat
deceit
meet mete
defeat discreet
EB,
EBB
neat
discrete
bleb
web
seat
entreat
ebb
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