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OII'I'H
drought
south
moutb
(The
verb which has no
rhyme.)
OVE
As. In love
dove
shove
glove
above
love
As In prove
move
disprove
groove
disapprove
prove
improve
approve
reprove
As in wove
clove
strove
drove
throve
grove
wove
hove
alcove
rove
behove
stove
interwove
OW, compare OO
AS in low
blow
show
bow
slough
crow
slow
flow
snow
glow
stow
grow
strow
know
throw
low
trow
mow
below
owe
bestow
row
billow
sew
callow
sow
fallow
OW, compare OOŚ
As
in low.
foreknow
window
pillow
winnow
sallow
yellow
shallow
outgrow
swallow
overflow
wallow
overthrow
willow
As
in now
bough
brow
cow
sow
frau
thou
how
vow
now
allow
plough
avow
prow row
endow disallow
OWL, compare OLE
The sounds of owl in bowl and howl, and of ole in hole
are so similar as to be allowed to pass as almost perfect rhymes.
bowl
cowl
fowl
ghoul
growl
howl
owl
poll
prowl
roll
scowl
soul
toll
troll
control
enroll
patrol
OWN, compare ONE
The sounds of own in blown and frown, and of one in stone
are so similar as to be al-
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