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IF, IFF—Cont
IKS
plaintiff
hieroglyph
sheriff
dike
alike
gllke
like
shrike
pike
spike
dislike
strike
11 i;
fife
knife
life
rife
strife
wife
ILD
child
wild
mild
IPT
drift
whlff't
gift
rift
lift
shift
•1ft
adrift
thrift
snowdrift
tiff'd
spendthrift
Also the preterites of verbs In llej as smil'd. revll'd.
ILE
aisle
reconcile
bile
tile
chyle
vile
file
while
guile
awhile
isle
beguile
mile
compile
pile
defile
smile
edile
stile
erewhile
style
exile
pensile
gentile
revile
bibliophile
crocodile
IG
big
rig
dig
snig
fig
sprig
gig
swig
grig
twig
Jig
whig
pig
wig
prig
whirligig
IGE
oblige (no rhyme)
ILL, compare ILE
IGH (see T. first list)
IGHT (see ITE)
IGN (see INE)
IGUE (see EAGUE)
bill
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chill
kill
drill
mill
fill
pill
frill
quill
gill
rill
grill
shrill
hill
skill
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