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AYS. Always Now-a-days. And the third Períon Gngular of the Present Tense of the Verbs, and the Plural of the Nouns of the foregoing Termination AY, and of all the other that rhyme to it..

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E.; E. Et and EE. She Me He We Be Anemone Epi. tome Jubile Apostrophe Catastrophe. Recipe Similes Sea Tea Flea Pea Plça Over-Tea Comtei plea Thee See Free Tree Decree Agree Bee Degree Foresee Ihree Lee Disagree Fee Pedigree Knee A-lee Axletree Mantletree Oversee. Also the Words in IE.or Y!!

EA. See E. EAC.. See EASE,

EACH, and EECH: Reach Each Teach Preach Beach Breach Peach Bleach Appeacha Impeach Misteach Over reach Beech Speech Leech Befetch And the Terminations ACH, ATCH, ETCH and ITCH.NosIn

EAD. See ED. EAF. See IEF.: civitas • EAGUE. See IGUE..

EAK, EEK and IEK. Break Squeak Speak Beak Weak Bleak Leak Freak Peak Sneak Steak Streak Wyeak Bespeak Forespeak Seek Greek Cheek Meek Creek Leek Reek Week Sleek Shriek. Also the Terininations ACK, AKE and ECK.

EAL and EEL... Deal Heal Weal Meal Zeal Appeal Common-Weal Peal. Seal Steal Sweal Veal Squeal Appeal Conceal Reveal Congeal Repeal Unfeal Teal Feel Wheel Reel Kneel Steel Heel Eel Keel Peel. Also the Terminations AIL, AL, ALE, EIL and EL. EALM. See Elm 'EALT: See ELT...

I'?! EALTH. Health Wealth Stealth Commonwealth. EAM, EEM and EME. Stream Team Gleam Beam Secam Extream Supream Bream Cream Dream Seam Scream Seem Esteem Teem Deem Befeem Mildeem Redeem Disefteem, Foredeem Unbeseem Phlegm Theme Scheme Blaspheine Apozeme Theoreme. Aso the Termi nations AIM, AM, AME and EM.DE EAMT. See EMT.

EAN, EEN and ENE. Lean Beap Clean Unclean, Mean Wean Glean Dean Quean Yean Demean Misdemean Subdean Queen Seen Green Been Keen Spleen, Unseen Between Foreseen Unforeseen Skueen Ween Careen Thirteen, and the other Nouns of Number from thence to Twenty Scene Obscene Serene Convène Epicene Intervene Paraselene Demesne. Also the Terminations AIGN, AIN, AN, ANE, EIGN, EIN and EN.

EANSE. See ENCE. EANT. See ENT.

EAP and EP. Leap Reap Step Outstep Heap Cleap. And the Words that end in AP, APE and EEP.

EAR.

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EAR. EER and ERE. Near Spear Ear Hear Tear Year
Bear Chear Rear Appear Disappear Dear Smear Bermear
Clear Fear Gear Shear Endear Mishear Overhear Jear Sear
Forbear Swear Wear Forfwear Steer Beer Leer Cheer Peer
Compeer Reer Career Chanticleer Geer Deer Fleer Meer
Seer Sheer Sleer Sneer Tweer Veer Domineer Engineer
Laveer Musketeer Mutinear Pickeer Privateer Pamphleteer
Cannoneer Charioreer Sphere : Here Unfincere Perse-
vere Hemisphere Severe Sincere Mere Adhere Austere
Cohere Interfere Revere Atmosphere There Were Whe e
Ere Elsewhere. Somewhere. And in L'ER; as Ne'er
Whare'er Howe'er. And the Terminations AIR, AR, ARE,
EIR and ER.
EARCH and ERCH, Search Research Perch. And the
Terminations ARCH and IRCH,

EARD and ERD. Heard Beard Herd Affcar’d. And
the Participle Pallive of the Verbs in AIR, EER, EIR,
EAR, ER and ERE.

EARL. Pearl Earl. And the Terminations ARL, IRL
and URL.

EARN and ERN. Learn Yearn Outlearn Unlearn
Chern Dern Kern Fern Sierri Concern Discero Excern
Unconcern Subaltern. And the Termination ARN.

EARSE. See ERSE. EART. See ART.

EARTH, ARTH and IRTH. Hearth Dearth Earth
Swarth Birth Mirth Afterbirth.

EASE, EACE, EEZE, EIZE and IECE. Ease Appeale
Please Displease Disease Lease Peace Preace Geese Fleece
Cheese Breeze Wheeze Freeze Squeeze Sneeze Teaze
Seize Disseize Piece Niece Apiece Frontispiece Cease De-
crease Increase Lease Decease' Release Surcease. And the
Plural Number of the Nouns and third Person singolar of
the Present Tense of the Verbs in AYE, EA, EE,EIGH and
EY; 'Also the Terminations AISÉ, AZE, ES and ESS.

EASH. See ESH.

EAST and IEST. Feast Least East Beast Priest Breast
A-breast. And the Terminations AST and EST. Likewise
the Participle Passive of the Verbs in EASE and ESS.

EAT, EET and ETE. Beat Bleat Repeat Seat Retreat
Hear Wheat Defeat Meat Eat Treat Cheat Feat Noa Ef-
cheat Eftreat Intreat Feet Sweet Meet Fleet Street Greet
Sheet Sleet Discreet Indiscreet,Unmeet Mete Complete
Concrete Obsolete Replete Paraclete. Great Teat Threat.
And the Terminations AIGHT, ATE, EIGHT, EIT, ET
and Ir.

EATH,

EATH and EETH, Breath Death Heath Sheath Wreath.
Beneath Bequeath Underneath Inwreath Teeth Seeth. And
the Words in ATH and ITH.

EAVE, EEVE, EIVE, EVE and IEVE. Leave Bereave
Heave Cleave Eave Weave Greave Interleave. Interweave
Unweave Sleeve Perceive Conceive Receive Deceive Mis-
conceive Eve. Grieve Aggrieve Sieve Archieve Believe Dif
believe Relieve Reprieve Retrieve. And sometimes the
Termination AVE.

EAV’N, EV'N, and IV'N. Heav'n Leav'n Sev'n Elev'n
Ev’n Unev'n Giv'n Driv'n Striv'n Riv'n Thriv'n Forgiv'R
Misgiv'n Undriv'n.

EB, see AB. EBE, see ABE.

ECK. Deck Neck Check Beck Peck Speck Wreck. And
the Words in ACK, AKE, EAK and EEK.

EGT. Protect Se& Dire&t Expect Ere& Neglect Reject
Suspect Elect Refpe&t Effect abje&t Affect Aspect Architect
Subject Sele& Infect Reflect Recollect Project Obje&t Intel-
le& Indirea Incorrect Circumfpe&t Correct Colled Defect
Deject Derect Dialect Disrespect Eje& Diffe&t Refe&t Un-
deck'd : And the Participle Passive of the Verbs in ACK
and ECK.

EN, EAD, EDE, and EED. Bred Fed Sled Led Shed
Fled Bed Wed Sped Red Mifled Sted Bled A-bed Truckle.
bed Inbred Shred Ted Serclebed Spread Head Read Dead
Stead Dread Bread Over spread Over-head Outfpread
Tread Behead Maidenhead Mead Read Bead Knead 'Lead
Plead Implead Mislead Precede Recede Intercede Super,
fede. Breed Bleed Feed Speed Seed Reed Succeed Need
Proceed Weed Deed Misdeed Steed Creed Indeed Heed
Meed Exceed. And the Terminations AD, ADE and AID,
and the third Person singular of the Present Tense of the
Verbs in AY, EA, EE, EIGH and EY.

EDGE, EGE and IỆGE. Wedge Edge Alledge Hedge
Fledge Pledge Interpledge Ledge Sedge Sledge Privilege
Sacrilege Sortilege Liege Siege Besiege. And the Words in
AGE.

EE. See E: EECH. See EACH,
EED. See EAN. EEK. See EAK.
EEL. See EAL. EEM. See EAM.
EEN. See EAN. EER. See EAR.

EEP. Sheep Keep Deep Weep Creep Sleep Steep Peep
Sweep Alleep.

EER. See EAR. EESE. See EASE.
EET. See EAT. EETH. See EATH.
EEVE. Sea EAVE. EEZE. See EASE.

EFT,

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EFT. Weft Theft Bereft Left Eft Cleft Unleft Deft. And the Terminacions AFT, and IFT. EG, EAG, EAGUE, and IGUE. Leg Beg Egg Dreg Tweag Feag League Brigue Inrigne. EIGH. Sec AY. EIGHT. See ATE. EIGN. See AIN. EIL. See AIL. EIN. See AIN. : EINT. See AINT. EIR. See AIR. EIT. See ATE. EIVE. See EAVE. EIZE. See EASE. EL, ELL, and LE, preceded by a Consonant. Well Excel Foretel Fell Hell sell Smell Tell Befel Cell Yell Farewel Afphodel Quell Shell Citadel Bell Dell Ell Dwell Pae rallel Knell Infidel Spell Swell Compel Expel Dispel Impel Outsel Undersel Repel Rebel Sentinel Colonel Abominable Accountable Acceptable Admirable Affable Allowable Alterable Amiable Amicable Answerable Appeasable Applicable Arable Article Available Barnacle Believeable Blameable Capable Changeable Charitable Canticle Chronicle Con venticle Icicle Particle Vehicle Comfortable Commendable Conformable Conquerable Conscionable Considerable Con Itable Creditable Culpable Curable Damnable Deceiveable Deplorable Desireable Despicable Detectable Disagrecable Dilhonourable Disputable Distinguishable Darable Equirable Eftimable Execrable Fashionable Favourable Fordable Formidable Governable Habitable Honourable Hospitable Imaginable Imitable Immoveable Immurable Impenetrable Implacable - Improbable Incapable Inclinable Incomparable Inconceiveable Inconsolable. Inconsiderable Incurable Indeclinable Indefatigable Indispensible Indubitable Indurable Ineffable Inestimable Inevitable Inexcufable Inexorable Inexpiable Inexplicable Inextricable Inextinguishable Inhabitable Inhofpitable Inimitable Innavigable Innumerable

lasatiable Infcrutable Infeparable Infociable Infufferable 1:3 Infurmountable Infupcrable Insupportable Interchangeable

Intolerable loviolable Invulnerable Irreconcileable Irrecoperable Irrefragable Irreparable Irrevocable Irreproachable Lamentable Laudable Liable Manacle Marriageable Medicinablc Memorable Miracle Miserable Moveable Invaluable Murable Navigable Norable Observable Obitacle Oracle Payable Palatable Palpable Parable Pardonable Paffable

Palturable Peaceable Penetrable Perishable Performable Page Pinnacle Pleadable Pleasureable Portable Preferable Profi

table Probable Proportionable Pliable Reasonable Recepracle Recommendable Reconcileable Recoverable Redeemable Remarkable Removeable Reproveable Reputable Retieveable Revocable Seasonable Semblable Serviceable

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Sizeable Separable Sociable Spectacle Syllable Tabernacle
Tolerable Tractable Treasonable Tuneable Valuable Van
Tiable Vegetable Vehicle Venerable Unacceptable Unac-
countable Unalterable Unavoidable Unblameable Unchange-
able Uncharitable Uncomfortable Unconquerable Uncon-
scionable Ungovernable Unimaginable Unpardonable Un-
quenchable Unreasonable Unspeakable Unsufferable Un-
tamable Untractable Untunable Unutterable. Vulnerable
Accessible Combustible Comprehenfible Contemptible Cor.
ruptible Credible Crucible Defensible Divisible Elegible
Fallible Flexible Forcible Horrible Impassible Imperceptible
Impoflible Inaccessible Incompatible Incomprehensible In-
corrigible Incorruptible Incredible Indelible Indiviĝble In-
exhaustible Infallible Inflexible Infenfible Intelligible Invin-
cible Inexpreslible Irresistible Legible Plausible Possible
Responsible Sensible Susceprible Terrible Visible Unintelli-
gible Surcingle Carbuncle Manciple Principle.

ELCH and ILCH. Belch Squelch. And the Termination
ILCH Milch Filch Pilch.

ELD, IELD, ILD and UILD. Held Geld Upheld With-
held Beheld field Shicld Wield Yield Gilda Child Mild
Wild Build Rebuild. And the Participles of the Verbs ia
EEL, EIL, EL, IL and ILE.

ELF and ALF. Elf Shelf Self Pelf Himself Herself It-
self Calf Half Behalf.
ELK. See ILK.

ELM,EALM and ILM. Helm Whelm Overwhelm Realm
Film.

ELP, ALP and ULP. Help. Whelp Yelp Scalp Gulp Pulp.
· ELSÉ. See ALSE.

ELT, EALT, ILT and UILT. Felt Melt Pelt Belt Gelt.
Smelt Dwelt Welt Spelt Dealt Gilt Spilt Quile Hile Jitt
Milt Guilt.

ELVE and ALVE. Delve Helve Twelve Whelve Calve
Salve.

ELVES. Themselves. To which Word rhyme the Pla-
ral Number of the Nouns in ELF, and the third Person
fingular of the Verbs in ELVE.

ÉM and EMN. Srem Diadem Jerusalem Them Hem
Requiem Condemn Contemn. And the Words in AIM,
AM, AME, EAM, EEM, EME and IM.

EME. See EAM. EMN. See EM.
EMP. See 'AMP.

EMT and EAMT, Exempt Contempt Attempt Tempt
Dream.

EN. Den Fen Ten Men When Then Agen Amen Hen
Pen Wren Denizen Citizen. And the Terminations AIGN,

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