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OIL
OKE
boll
spoil
broke
spoke
coll
toll
cloak
stroke
foil
despoil
croak
yoke
moll
embroil
folk
yolk
oil
recoil
Joke
awoke
soil
turmoil
oak
bespoke
poke
Invoke
OIN
smoke
revoke
coin
subjoin
soak
artichoke
foin
sirloin
OL
groin
proln
join loin purloin rejoin
quoin adjoin disjoin enjoin
doll loll poll carol
extol
alcohol capitol
OLD
joint
appoint
olnt
disjoulnt
point
counterpoint
anoint
disappoint
bold
behold
cold
cuckold
fold
enfold
gold
foretold
hold
freehold
mould
unfold
old
uphold
scold
withhold
sold
manifold
told
marigold
wold
OISE,
compare
OICE.
noise
counterpoise
poise
equipoise
Also the plurals of nouns, and the preterites of verbs in oyj as toys, employs.
Also the preterites of verbs in oil, ole, owl; as roll'd. bowl'd.
OIST
foist
moist
hoist
rejoic'd
OLE,
compare
OIT
bole coal
goal hole
colt
exploit
dole
jole
quoit
dacoit
droll
molo
adroit
foal
pole
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