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VOCABULARY 



RHYMES 



ARRANGED ON A NEW PLAN 



REV. SAMUEL W. BARNUM 

* 

ASSISTANT EDITOR OP WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY (1847), EDITOR 

OF THE COMPREHENSIVE DICTIONARY OF THE BIBLE, 

SPECIAL EDITOR OF PRONUNCIATION IN 

WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY, 

ETC. 



SECOND EDITIOI 




NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT 

PUBLISHED BY THOMAS R. BARNUM 

1896 



. 




Entered according to act of Congress, in the j'ear 1870, by 

SAMUEL W. BARNUM, 
In the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. 



Copyright, 1904, by 
THOMAS K. BARNUM. 



PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION. 



Inasmuch as a new edition of the Vocabulary of 
English Rhymes has become necessary in spite of 
the fact that during much of the time since its pub- 
lication comparatively little effort has been made to 
bring the work into general notice, it is proper to 
make a brief statement, such as the author would 
gladly have made before, in regard to the origin of 
the book. 

The late Leonard Case, Jr., of Cleveland, Ohio, 
Founder of the Case School of Applied Science, 
and a poet whose gift won wide recognition in his 
anonymously published "Treasure Trove," under- 
took to make for his friend, Dr. Alleyne Maynard of 
Cleveland, a rhyming dictionary * ' arranged without 
regard to spelling, but according to the vowel sounds 
in the accented syllables of the rhymes." The result 
of Mr. Case's labor was embodied in a beautiful manu- 
script volume containing perhaps half of the words in 
this present Vocabulary. He found difficulties in the 
details of arrangement, however, which he could 
not settle to his satisfaction, so he proposed to his 
college friend, Samuel Weed Barnum, that he should 
undertake to work out the idea. Mr. Barnum de- 
voted two years and a half to the work, Mr. Case 
paying him generously for his time, defraying all the 



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11. PEEFAOE TO THE SECOND EDITION. 

expenses of publication, presenting the author with 
the books, plates, and copyright, but characteristic- 
ally insisting that his own connection with the mat- 
ter should be carefully concealed. This wish was 
scrupulously respected while Mr. Case lived, but 
now it is right to take this opportunity not only to 
acknowledge his share in the conception and execu- 
tion of this work, but also to make grateful mention 
of one of those generous acts with which he quietly 
filled his life. 

In this edition the few typographical errors which 
have been discovered have been corrected, but no 
attempt has been made to add the small number of 
words available for rhyming which have come into 
our language since the book was first published. It 
has been thought best on the whole to have more 
ample margins than before and a different binding. 
The unique binding and small page of the former 
edition were desired by Mr. Case in order to make 
as compact a volume as possible for pocket use. 

The test of experience during these years on the 
part of those best qualified to judge has seemed to 
prove true the claim made in the former preface, 
that this Rhyming Vocabulary is far better for its 
purpose than any other known work. 

THOMAS R. BARNUM. 
January 1O, 1896. 






PREFACE. 

In 1775 Walker's "Rhyming Dictionary" was 
published, and in 1791 his "Critical Pronouncing 
Dictionary and Expositor of the English Language " 
appeared. For about half a century the latter was a 
leading authority in its department wherever the 
English language was spoken ; but it was long ago 
superseded both in the United States and in Great 
Britain. The "Rhyming Dictionary," however, of 
which the author's last revised edition was published 
in 1804, has now been for a century the only ex- 
tended and well-known work of its sort in our lan- 
guage. Originally published with definitions, it has 
also been abridged and published without them. 
Yet one may easily show that the attempt to use 
this dictionary for rhyming purposes must often be 
an utter failure. It says of itself : " As in other 
dictionaries words follow each other in an alphabeti- 
cal order, according to the letters they begin with, in 
this they follow each other according to the letters 
they end with." This principle of arranging the 
words solely according to their orthography makes 
it necessary to separate those which rhyme with one 
another, but are not spelled in the rhyming part with 
the same letters ; and again, to insert together words 
which end with the same letter or letters, but have 
little or no likeness in sound and no rhyming affinity. 
Thus "a," which stands at the very beginning, 
rhymes with "play," "obey," "prey," and other 
words scattered through the last fourth of the work, 
while "neigh" and words of like orthography are 
near the end of the first third; and so "die" is in 



iV PEEFAOE. 

the first fourth, but it rhymes with "eye" and 
"nigh" in different parts of the second fourth, and 
with "try" and "buy" near the end. Again, the 
first three words are "a," "baa," and "abba"; the 
last three are "mizzy," "whiz," and "buzz;" while 
almost every opening of the book will disclose words 
placed together, which have no closer relationship for 
rh} r ming than "be" and "babe, "or "valour "and 
"flour." One who knows just what he wants may 
find it in Walker's "Rhyming Dictionary"; but the 
unfortunate and weary versifier, who is at a loss for 
a word to rhyme with what he has, may find his own 
word (as "potato" or "fulgency") without another 
in the book to match it, or the desired word may 
have half the book between it and the word with 
which he starts, as in the case of "spite" and 
"right." It maybe added, that, if Walker's "Criti- 
cal Pronouncing Dictionary and Expositor" is too 
meager and antiquated for the present day, the same 
is true of his "Rhyming Dictionary," which con- 
tains less than 30,000 words, hundreds and even 
thousands of them without any rhyming companion, 
and many others entirely obsolete, while other mul- 
titudes of words in good use can not be found in it 
at all. 

But on what principles should a new work in this 
department be constructed ? Should it have defini- 
tions, like Walker's own work? No: these would 
make it much more bulky and expensive, without 
any corresponding addition to its real value, so long 
as other excellent dictionaries are or maybe at hand. 
Should the words be arranged according to their 
rhyming adaptations or sounds? Certainly; but 
how ? The intricacies and differences in both orthog- 
raphy and pronunciation must be encountered and 



Somehow systematically settled or exhibited or ig- 
nored; authorities, often clashing with one another 
and sometimes inconsistent with themselves, must 
be consulted, compared, and allowed their due 
weight ; words must be obtained and disposed of, by 
varied research, examination, introduction, rejection, 
insertion with others, reference from others, &c.; 
and the work as a completed whole must be charac- 
terized by simplicity, uniformity, compactness, and 
practical utility. Such, in brief, have been the pro- 
cesses and the aim; the book itself as published 
brings before others the results. The degree of skill 
shown in the execution of its plan, and its value as 
exhibiting the analogies and structural forms of our 
language or as guiding through mazes of orthogra- 
phy and pronunciation, will, no doubt, be variously 
estimated : but it has certainly more than doubled 
and, in effect, by its references, perhaps quadrupled 
its venerable predecessor's number of words, dis- 
criminated the whole according to their adapta- 
tions for rhyming, and arranged them in groups 
where they can be readily found when they are 
wanted ; while it has, to a great extent, omitted ob- 
solete and rhymeless words, and added multitudes 
that are new and important, it has not intentionally 
rejected any that promise usefulness now; so that 
this Rhyming Vocabulary is confidently claimed to 
be far better for the particular purpose intended than 
any other known work. It will aid poets and versi- 
fiers, it is hoped, to do their work better and more 
easily; and thus it will assist in the cultivation of 
good taste and feeling, the improvement of litera- 
ture, the promotion of human welfare, and the glory 
of Him who is Lord of all. 
NEW HAVEN, CT., July 20, 1876. 



KEY TO THE 



KEY TO THE SOUNDS. 

In arranging words by their sounds, it seems best 
to regard one particular letter or character or com- 
bination of letters as standing for each particular 
sound; to select the characters, as far as needed, 
from Webster's Dictionary (quarto editions of 1804 
and afterward); and to make the notation and ar- 
rangement as clear and simple as possible. The 
following Key shows the letters and characters used 
in the arrangement and their order. The letters here 
italicized in any one sentence are equivalents in 
sound, silent letters which are combined with the 
proper equivalents being italicized with them in or- 
der to represent more clearly to the eye the pronun- 
ciation and the general principle of arrangement by 
sound which is the characteristic of this Vocabulary. 

a [including e], as in mate, apparatus (?), mam, 
straight, gaol, may, pla^d, re, rein, eight, prey, 
pr<^d, break, gauge, dengM? ; French fete, charge? , 
e\eve, crochet, ay, as in sommeil (?), Isa/ah (see 
y). In verbs ending in "ate" the ii is usually very 
distinct, but in nouns and adjectives in "ate" the fi 
is often obscure, even taking the sound of e or i. 

a, as in fat, bade, plaz'd; regularly in verbal, 
Christian, &c., colloquially pronounced with ii. 

a [including e], as in fare, fa/r, Ayr, prayer, 
where, their (?), eyre, hear, e'er, connoisseur (?). The 
dictionaries generally represent this a to be a modi- 
fied by the following r ; and this may be regarded as 
the standard pronunciation in parent (?), e'er, con- 
noisseur, and a few other words (see ar, p. 11] ; 
but most words marked with a and its equivalents 
in our dictionaries are pronounced in America, as 



KKY TO THE SOUNDS. Vli 

well as by many in England, with the sound of a 
prolonged and modified by the following r. 

a, as in far, apparatus (?),. haunt, heart, guard, 
calf, halm.: regularly in vulgar, monarchy, &c., 
which are colloquially pronounced with u. For the 
French octroi, <fcc. , see remark under w. 

a, as in staff, fast, pass, asp. In this class of 
words the pronunciation varies from a to a ; hence 
rhymes of them with one or both of these extremes 
are sometimes allowable (see ath, p. 39 ; compare o 
in long, &c., p. x). For octm, &c., see the French 
oi or oy under w. 

a [including o], as in fall, talk, war, oft (?), nor, 
George, pause, auffJit, jaw, awe, broad, bought; reg- 
ularly in error, vigor, labor, &c., which are usually 
pronounced with u. For devour, &c., see under w. 

For pea, Ccpsar, quo#, see e ; for any, said, says, 
head, Ddedalus, see e ; for Hawaii, aMe, ba#ou, see 
I; for mam'age, chamberlain, bea^fin (?), see i; for 
aune, ha^^boy, b^a^, b^at, see o ; for what, see o ; 
for mia^l, sauer-kraut, see ou ; for bm^ty, meaw, 
see u. 

b, as in ^a^e, ebb, cupboard. For Mellium, see d ; 
for dumb, see m ; for doubt, see t. 

c hard [including -e and eh] is equivalent to k, 
which see : c soft or c is equivalent to s, which see. 
eh, as in much, niche, match; German ~Deutsch; 
Italian cantatrice, Vespucci; and colloquially in 
Chrisfo'an, Christianity or Christianity, quesfo'on, 
righ^ous, mixture, natural, &c. (see t, u, y). For 
cuirass, cap, kic&, sceptic, school, anchor, see k ; for 
lacs, blacfe, aches, stomachs, see ks under k; for 
facfr'on, see ksh under k; for drachm, see m; for 
ceaseless, abscission, schism, see s ; for oc^an, acacia 
or acacia, cretaceous, oceanic, gracious, specM, con- 



viii KEY TO *HE 

science, prescience or prescience, ^aise, sc/^ottiscfo, 
see sh under s ; for victual, yac7i, ctenoid, see t ; for 
sacrifice, discern, czar, see z. 

d, as in dread, loved, bdellium, add, suggest (?), 
mezzo(?). " Educate," " verdure, " &c., are regularly 
pronounced ed'yu-kat, vurd'yur (? ; see u), &c. ; 
but colloquially the d and y unite in the sound of j . 
See g, j, u, y, z. For judgment, edge, soldier, adjure, 
see j ; for handkerchief, see k ; for Wednesday, 
see n. 

e [including i], as in we, oases (?), pea, free, seine, 
p^ple, key, C^sar, machine, chief, Crcesus, quay (?), 
vz's-a-vls, turquois (?). 

e, as in bed, any, said, says, head, D^dalus, heifer, 
leopard, friend, asafrgtida, bwry, guess, gw^rdon (?). 

For plo^d, re, rein, eight, prey, preyed, brmk, 
dengue,- fete, eleve, crochet, see a; for prayer, 
wh^re, their (?), eyre, hear, e'er (?), connoisseur (?), see 
& ; for heart, see a ; for awe, see a ; for gneiss, heig?it, 
pie, le^(?) orl^e, rye, eye, see 1; forbe<wfin (?), forfeit, 
foreign, ~Bur\eig7i, alley, English, been, s^'eve, see t; 
for bew, yeoman, sew, hoe, owe, see o ; for Dewtsch, 
see oi; for sh<?e, man^wvre, see oo; for heauty, 
meaw, feudal, feud, new, yew, adieu, view, due, hewed, 
vieioed, rue, Europe, &c. , see u ; for does, see ti ; for 
her, offer, g?/erdon (?), see u. 

f, as In fed, stiff, laugh, ph\losop7iy, Sapphic. For 
o/, see v. 

g- hard or g, as in gag, league, ghost, gig, egg, sing 
(see under n). gz [=gz ? or gs, or 5], as in lep-s, 
e^s, e^ist." Suggest" (and so its derivatives) is pro- 
nounced sud-jest' [or stij-est'] or sug- jest 7 . For 
laugh, seef; for dungeon, judgment, edge, exagger- 
ate, gaol, gem, giant, E#ypt, see j ; for hough, see 
k ; for phle^w, see m ; for ^^at, see n : for 



KEY TO THE SOUNDS. IX 

r, &c. , see remark under n ; for though, see 6 ; 
for hiccough, see p ; for 6rironde, rouge, see zh under 
z. 

h, as in 7iart, who, when [ = 7^wen]. For muc7*, 
nic7^, mafc/i, Deufec/^, see ch ; for lau#7i, p7ii\osop?iy, 
S&pphlc, see f ; for <7/iost, see g ; for liou^A, anc7ior, 
Man, school, see k ; for dip7&tkong (?), see p ; for rhu- 
barb, catarM, see r; for sc7iism, see s; for s/mn, 
s7*aise, sc7iorl, see sh under s; for ^yme, ^?7^7dsic, 
see t ; for 7iin, brea7i, withe, Matf^ew, p7^7dsis, see 
th under t ; for 7ds, wi^7i, brea^, see tli under t. 
See z. 

I [including y], as inpme, /die, choir, aisle, gn^'ss, 
Haw^'i, ba^ou, \\eight, pie, guile, dr^, rye, ley (?) or 
lye, eye, l>uy, tight, mdict. 

i [including y and shortened e], as in pm, d/vi'na- 
tion, elevation, English, b^n, n?!che, marr^ge, par- 
l&raient, chamberlm, forf^rt, foreign, Rurleigh, alley, 
sevenn?^7^t(?), s^ve, women, bi/sy, bmld, n^mpli, 
plag^, tortoise (?), bmwfin (?), champ's (?). 

For main, straight, vein, eight, see a ; for pl^'d, see 
a ; for, fair, the/r(?), see a ; for smie, machme, chief, 
turqu(?^'s(?), see e ; for s^^'d, liefer, f riend, see e ; for 
Incfr'an(?), solder, see j ; for oil, see oi ; for ad/m, 
view, viewed, jm'ce, frwt(?), puisne, see u ; for sir, 
elixir, see u ; for f amikar, convenient, see y ; for 
vi-s^'on, see zh under z. 

j [including g- soft or g], as in jet, #aol, ^em, 
judgment, plum/6, ^iant, E^ypt, edge, exaggerate, 
solder, adjure ; and colloquially in educate (see TT), 
verdure, grandeur, InrZmn(?). For hallelu/ah, see y; 
for jalousie, see zh under z. 

k [including c hard or -, -eh, and q], as in kick, 
wacA^(?), leaA:, Man, ban&, handkerchief, cap, scep- 
tic, cuirass, liougJt, anchor, sc7iool, li^or, 



X KEY TO THE SOUNDS. 

guest, acquit, sacque (see w). For know, see n ; for 
nk, as in hank, &c., see under n. ks, as in lacs, 
blacks, folks, stomacJis, aches, rakes, antiques, sacques, 
vex. ksli, as facfo'on, famous, luxury (see u), com- 
plexion, no#ous, hiccms docfr'us or hiccius doctfius. 

I, as in let, fall, metal(?), victual, doub^, shovel, 
devil, evil, shovder, shov^ing, sera^io, kiln, muscle, 
episfe, twelvemontli(?). ly (both consonants), as in 
million, seraglio, sommei^(?), survei^ance (? ; see y). 

in, as in madam, small, lamm, dawp, drachm, 
dumb, phlegm, hywtt. For accompt, &c., see under 
on ; for comptroller, see under n. 

II, asin^oo^, inn, mnemonics, gnat, know, raven, 
even, heaven, often, ravin, reckon, We^^sday. 
For ki^, seel; for hymn, see m. "Comptroller" 
is pronounced like "controller" [kon-tro / lur, or col- 
loquially kiin-tro'lur]. The Spanish n = ny, as in 
ca?7on. n (or n), in the digraph nk and its equiv- 
alents, nearly approaches ng in sm#, but is less 
prolonged, as in bank, UTicle, a?z<chor, conquer, anx- 
ious. "Anger," "anguish," "linger," "youngest," 
" congregation," &c., are pronounced ang^ur, ang r - 
gwTsh, ITng'gur, yung^est, kong-gri-ga^hiin, &c. 

o, as go, roll, oh, f<?ks, aune, hautboy, heau, yeo- 
man, sew, boat, hoe, door, court, though, grow, owe, 
Eootes [= bo-o'tez], Laoctfon [= la-ok'o-on]. 

6 [including a], as in not, what, hough, knowl- 
edge, Laoco^n ; regularly in bishop, pistol, atom, and 
the like, which are colloquially pronounced with u. 
o, before ng, ss, st, and th, as in long, cross, cost, 
broth, &c., also in off, scoff, cough, trough, God(?) 7 
gone, forehead, and some others, has a sound inter- 
mediate between o in "not" and 6 [= a] in "nor" 
(compare a), and is then marked ] in the Vocabulary 
(see pp. 121, 499, &c.). 



KEY TO THE SOUNDS. XI 

For gaol, see a; for nor, broad, oft(?), George, 
bought, see a ; for people, Cr?sus, see e ; for leopard, 
asatetida, see e ; for women, see 1 ; for feodal, see u ; 
for son, does(?), luncheon, see u ; for worm, see u ; 
for wolf, see u ; for choir, "one," see w ; f or " iron," 
"apron," see under r ; for oi, oo, ou, and their equiv- 
alents, see the following. 

oi [including oy], as in oil, boy, 'buoy or buoy 
(? ; see under w), Dewtsch. For turquo^s (?), see e ; 
for choir, see w&I; for tort0a'se(?), seel; f or por- 
po^'se, see u ; for avoirdupois, see u ; for devour, &c. , 
see under w. 

oo [including o"b and o and U; see u], as in 
moon, move, buoy(?), mantmvre, crowp, rendezvous 
or rendezvous (see z), bijoux, shoe. See ti, w. For 
door, Bootes, Laocoon, see o ; for Laocoon, see o ; for 
blood, see u ; for foot, see u. 

ou [including ow], as in bownd, vow, mioM; 
German sauex-kraut. "Accompt" is pronounced 
like "account"; "accomptant" like "accountant." 
For bought, see a; for cowrt, though, see o; for 
lio^gh, see o ; for crowp, see oo ; for yowth(?), see u ; 
for double, generoz/s, see ti ; for adjourn, see u ; f or 
sho^d, see u; for zowave(?), see w. 

p, as in prop, Jj&pp, upper, di^/thong(?), hic- 
cough(?). For philosophy, S&pphic, see f ; for corps, 
see r; for psalm, raspberry(?), see s; for ptarmigan, 
plitJmic, see t ; for phthisis, see th under t ; for Ste- 
pfien, see v ; for raspberry(?), see z. 
. q is not used ; see k. See also under n, w. 

r, as in reaf, err, nor, roaring, warring, rhubarb, 
catarrh, wing, mortgage, corps. "Iron" with its 
derivatives is pronounced I'urn; "apron "with its 
derivatives is usually pronounced a'pftrn. 

S [including c soft or 9], as in see, ce&seless, osse- 



xii KEY TO THE SOUNDS. 

ous(?), Christmas, answer, abscission, sc7dsm, chintz, 
ra*pberry(?) ; French facade; Italian mezso(?; see 
z). For Deutsch, see ch; for lacs, blacks, folks, 
rate, stomac7^s, acte, am%wes, see ks under k; 
for le</s, eggs, see gz under g ; for has, scissors, see 
z ; for ambros?'a or ambrosia, confusion, vision, os^'er, 
abscission, pleasure, elysaan or elysian, see zh under z. 
sh [including the French ch and German sell], 
as in s7mn, ocean, nauseous, oceanic, cretaceous, os- 
seous(?), acacm or acacia, nauseate or nauseate, Da- 
ci'an, gracious, spec^'al, Gala&'an or Galaftan, con- 
science, prescience or prescience, naftbn, addifrbn, 
vi^ate or vitiate, cau&bus, Colossmn or Colossian, 
dissenswn, mission, dissens^ous, censure, sugar, fis- 
sure, c/iaise, sc/^ottisc/i or sc/iottisc/^e. For ksh, see 
under k. 

t, as in tent, butt, thyme, ctenoid, ^^armigan, 
plithisic, yacht, victual, douft^, two, kicked, dwarfed, 
chapped, chased, laughed, relaxed, mezzo (? ; see z). 
For mac/j, Deutsch, see ch ; for faction, &c. , see ksh 
under k ; for mortgage, see r ; for nafo'on, Gala^an 
or Gala^ian, addi^'on, vifaate or vitiate, caufebus, see 
sh under s; for transi^bn, see zh under z. " Christ- 
ian," "Christianity," "question," "righteous," 
4 ' mixture, " ' ' natural, " &c. , are regularly pronounced 
as if written kris^yan, krist-yan'i-ti or knst-yi-an'- 
i-ti, kwest'yun, rnVyus, mikst'yur, nat'yu-ral, &c. ; 
but are colloquially and commonly pronounced kris'- 
chan or kris'chtin, kris-chan r l-ti or kris-chi-an'i-t!, 
kwes^hun, rrchus, mlks'chur or miks^hur (see u), 
nach r ur-al or nach'ur-al, &c. til sharp, as in ^7dn, 
brea^/i, wi^e, Ma^^ew, ptithms ; til vocal, or tli, as 
in ^is, brea^e, wi^. 

u [a diphthongal sound, made up of i and oo, or i 
and u], as in c^be, mwte, twM, fuchsia (?), pm'sne, 



KEY TO THE SOUNDS. x 

heauty, meaw, feodal, feud, new, adieu, view, due, 
hewed, viewed, ]UICQ ; also in yew(?), yowth(?), ywle(?), 
rwde(?), r^e(?), frm't(?), tlirough(?). In the last seven 
and their cognates most orthogpists omit the initial i 
sound, retaining only the oo part of the u ; but Dr. 
Webster himself (more correctly, as the author of 
this Vocabulary and many others think) pronounced 
them all with u. In accordance with this latter 
view, hrew, due, new, rue, view, yew, are arranged to- 
gether under u ; but do, coo, two, are placed together 
under oo ; brewed, feud, rude, viewed, are grouped 
under ud ; while brood, food, rood, have their place 
under ood, &c. Those, however, who regard "do" 
and "rue" as rhymes, and pronounce "rude" pre- 
cisely like "rood," can find them all by examining 
both u and oo, ud and ood, &c. "Europe," "ewe," 
"union," "nature," "natural," "educate," "ver- 
dure," "grandeur," "seizure," &c., are pronounced 
yii'rup, yu, yiin'yiin, nat'yur [colloquially na'chur 
or na'chur], nat'yu-ral [colloquially nach'ii-ral or 
nach'ur-ul], ed^u-ktit [colloquially efii-kat or 
ej'u-kat], vurd^yur [colloquially vur x jur or vuVjur; 
see u], grand' yur [colloquially gran r jiir or gran'- 
jdr], sez/yQr [commonly sezl^ur or sezh'ur], &c. 
See d, t, z. 

ii [including 6], as in but, arquebt/se, son, does 
(verb), blood, double, generous, gallo?fs(?); collo- 
quially in verbal, Christian (see a), bishop, pistol, 
atom (see d), luncheon, porpoise, cupboard, and many 
other unaccented syllables. 

u [including also tt before r, with e and 1], as in 
cur, hz^rry, worm, "buhrstone, connoisseur (?), ad- 
jo?^rn, avoirdupois ; colloquially in monarchy, vulgar 
(see ii), offer, elixir, error, zephyr ; also in lier, earth, 
guerdon (?), sr, m^rrh, &c., which are marked with 



XIV KEY T< 11 IK 

6 or I [e=l], and made by some high authorities in- 
termediate in sound between & and u. Most orthoS- 
pists, however, agree that the vowel sound in these 
last, if different at all, is closely allied with u; and 
many of the best speakers of English, like all un- 
educated people, make no distinction between them. 

u [including ob and o], as in Ml, swgar, foot, 
should, wolf. 

For gauge, deng ue, see a ; for haunt, guard, see 
!l ; for pause, aught, bought, see a ; for b^ry, gw^r- 
don (?), guess, see e ; for guile, buy, see I ; for bea u- 
fin(?), busy, bw'ld, plaguy, see I; forlim>r, antique, 
sacque, see k ; for antiques, sacques, see ks under k; 
for aune, hautboy, beau, court, though, see o ; for 
hough, see o ; for bwo#(?), D^tsch, see oi ; for croup, 
manflwvre, see oo; for boi^nd, miaul, sauer-kraut, 
"accompt,'' Arc., see ou; forgwano, csdrass, bwoy(?), 
hwisher, angwisli, perszmde, z#wave(?), qwest, acquit, 
see w. 

v, as in tain, do#e, of, Stephen. For tweive- 
month(?), see 1; for sevenniglit, see n. 

\\ , as in wet, reheard, war, gwiniad, guano, cwirass, 
bwoy(?), h^isher, angwish, persuade, zo^ave(?), 
qwest, acq?/it, choir. AVft, as in war, b?<0y(?). The 
French oi or oy, as in octro?', devour, reservoir, \oy- 
ageur, pat0fc, sang-froid, feu-de-joie, bourg^#('0> 
bourgeoisie, is variously pronounced as wa, or W T O, or 
wa, or wa, or even wa. " Buoy " is pronounced boi 
orbwoolor bwoi; <4 one" (with its derivatives) is 
pronounced wfm. For jaw, awe, see a; for who, 
when, see h ; for sew, groic, owe, see o ; for knowledge, 
see o ; for vow, see ou ; for ^?'ing, see r ; for an^zcer, 
see s ; for two, see t ; for meaw, new, view, hewed., 
viewed, yew(t), ewe(?), see u ; for gallo^s(?), see ti. 

X is not used. For the equivalent of soft x or j, 



KEY TO THE SOUNDS. XV 

as in exist, see gz under g; for the common or sharp 
x, as in vex, see ks under k ; for luxury, complexion, 
noxaous, see ksh under k ; for xylography, see z. 

y [consonant], as in young, beyond, familiar, con- 
vement, grandeur (see d, j, u), hallelu/ah, surveil- 
lance^). The French " sommeil" is pronounced 
som-maly' or som-may' (y consonantal in each case ; 
see ly and ay). For may, prey, played, preyed, see 
il ; for J.yr, prayer, eyre, see a ; for key, quay, see e ; 
for says, see ; for dry, rye, bayou, ley or lye, eye, bwy, 
see 1 ; for busy, alley, nymph, plaguy, see i ; for boy, 
bw<?y(?), see oi ; for zephyr, myrrh, see u. See also 
under d, I, i, t, u, z. 

z, as in zone, fizz, sacrifice, has, xylography, ren- 
dezvous^), discern, scissors, raspberry(?). The z in 
" rendezvous" is silent; the s at the end is either 
silent or pronounced as z. The Italian z and zz 
dz or ts, as in grasioso, me^o(?). For chintz, see s. 
zh, as in ambnwa or ambrosia, elys^an or elysian, 
confusion, vision, os^'er, absciss/on, pleasure, grader, 
transi^bn, seizure (see 11); French (rironde, rou^e, 
jalousie. See d, t, it. 

In an unaccented syllable, the vowel a, standing 
alone, or closing the syllable, has usually, when delib- 
erately pronounced, the sound of a, as in America, 
orator ; sometimes it has the sound of a, as in aerial : 
e (if pronounced ; see below), i, and y, in like posi- 
tions, have usually the sound of I or of shortened e, 
as in delay, supplement, epitome, dvisbiKty, ably, 
varying; but e is commonly silent at the end of 
a word (sometimes of a syllable), when it follows 
either 1 or a vowel and consonant in the same sylla- 
ble, as in able, battlement, lettuce, comrade, savage, 
trireme, engine, acre, appellate, receptive ; and i is 
often long in initial syllables ? as in dea ? biography : 



XVI ORDER OF ARRANGEMENT, &0. 

o, forming or closing an unaccented syllable, has 
usually the shortened sound of o, as in notation, 
monopoly ; u, in like circumstances, has usually its 
long sound, as in superfluous, unctuous, natural (see 
d, t, u, above). 

ORDER OF ARRANGEMENT, &o. 

Part I consists of single or male rhymes, as bay, 
delay ; part II, of double or female rhymes, as vary, 
C'duary part III, of triple rhymes, as various, multi- 
iarious ; part IV, of quadruple rhymes, as variously, 
multifariously; part V, of quintuple rhymes, as eligi- 
ble ness, iut eligibleness. 

The words are arranged, in general, according to 
the sounds of the rhyming vowels and the letters or 
syllables following them (or preceding them, as the 
case may require), taken in their alphabetical order, 
as given in the foregoing Key ; and the arrangement 
is easily traced by the rhyming vowel (a, e, i, o, u) 
and the following consonant or vowel (if any) placed 
at the beginning of each division and subdivision, 
and in the running title at the top of each page. 

Each part is arranged according to the sounds of 
the rhyming vowels, first alone (if single), then with 
a letter or letters following in the order of the Key. 

In each subdivision, the words of the fewest syl- 
lables are placed first in their relative order, accord- 
ing to the Key ; then come those with one, two, or 
more syllables ' prefixed, each group being likewise 
regularly arranged in and by itself. 

Such related words as i ' leopard " and * ' peppered," 
"equant" and "frequent," "able" and "label," 
"fencible" and ''dispensable," "evil" and "prime- 
val," are grouped together as allowable rhymes. 



' 



PART I. 

SINGLE RHYMES, a 



a 


crayf 


sway 


a? 


quey* 


tea?f 


aye? 


queigh* or 


they 


eh 


quegh* 


tray 


eigh 


lay 


trey 


bay 


may 


traitPJ 


bey or 


May 


twayf 


beg?l| or 


nay 


vae* 


begh?l| 


neigh 


way 


blae* 


nee|| 


weigh 


blay 


pay 


waef 


brae* 


play 


wey* 


bray 


pray 


yea? 


day 


prey 




dey 


ray 


rou 6?|| 


dray 


re|| 


roil ee?H 


drey 


say 


em bay 


fay 


shay 


o bey 


feyf 


scray 


un bayf 


flay 


slay 


de blai|| 


fray 


slaie or 


up brayf 


gay 


sley 


bi det?|| 


gray or 


sleigh 


to-day 


grey 


spay 


au fait || 


bay 


splay 


af fray 


hey 


spray 


de fray 


whey 


spreyf 


ma guey? 


jay 


stay 


bou quet?j| 


quay? 


stey* 


de cay 


clay 


stray 


cro quet|| 



pi que|| 
To kay|| 
to quet|| 
al lay 
bal let?|| 
be lay 
de lay 
fore lay 
in lay or 
en lay 
Ma lay 
m6 lee|| 
mis lay 
out lay? 
re lay 
re lais|| 
cha let|| 
un lay 
up layf 
va let?H 
vo lee|| 
way lay? 
dis may 
pom mee|| 
se me|| 
de nayt 
mor ne|| 
mort ne|| 
re nayt 
ap payf 
cou pe|| 
cou pee|| 
mis payf 
pre pay 
re pay 



SINGLE THYMES, 


a 


tou pet?|| 


por tray or 


un payf 


pour trayt 


dis play 


in veigh 


out pray 


con vey 


ar ray 


pa ve|| 


ar ret?|j 


pur vey 


be wrayf 


sur vey? 


be rayt 


a way 


f o ray? or 


a weigh 


for ray? 


high way? 


cu re|| 


out weigh 


pu re|| 


sub way 


se rai?||. 


pi sell 


soi ree|| 


po se|| 


as say 


vi sell 


es say? 


con ge?|| 


gain say? 


au get?|| 


mis say 


plon gee|| 


pas sell 


pro jet|| 


un say 


char ge|| 


with sayf 




bou chet?il 


ca hi er?]| 


bro che|| 


ate li er|| 


four chee|| 


em ploy e?| 


cle che?|| 


mor ti er]j 


cro chetll 


ren ti er|| 


sa chet|| 


en nuy. e|| 


va cher*H 


en nuy ee|| 


up stayt 


dis em bay 


a stray 


dis o bey 


be tray 


lack a day 


dis trait || 


so bri qu'^t|| 


es tray 


un der lay? 


en tree|| 


en gou lee || 


ou tre|j 


es toi lee || 



SINGLE KHYMES, il a<l 



in ter lay 


ha bit u e] 


grade 


o ver lay 


au to-da-fe|| or 


hade 


l)outs-ri mes|| 


au to-de-fe] 


jade 


re su me || 


cab ri o let] 


cade 


en tre mets|| 


out-of-the-way 


quaidt 


mat i nee 




lade 


de jeu ne]| or 


mont de pi e- 


laid 


de Jed ncr| 


te|| 


made 


porte mon naie?| 




maid 


rai son i:e|| 


ab 


paid 


un der pay 


babe 


raid or 


o ver pay 




rade 


un der play? 


as tro labe? 


rayed 


dis ar ray 




shade 


tab on ret? || 


iibz 


sladef 


pro non ce| 


babes 


sleid 


o ver sayf 


[ab, above] 


spade 


de bou clie|| 




spayed 


e cor che|| 


ach 


staid 


en man cliej 


achf or 


stayed 


ric o cliet?|| 


ache?f 


stade 


re clier che|| 


aitch 


suadef 


at ta che| 


quaich* 


trade 


o ver stay 




vadef 


o ver sway 


ad 


wade 


re con vey 


aid 


waidf 


re sur vey? 


bayed 


weighed 


conn ter weigh 


[S, above] 


wayedf 


o ver weigh 


blade 




Mar seill ais|| 


braid 


block ade 


ex po se|| 


brayed 


brig ade 


neg li gee| 


dade 


co-aid 


pro te ge|| 


fade 


cock ade 


pro te gee|| 


fayedf 


stock ade 




glade 


gam badef 



4 SINGLE KHYMES, tld 


a brade 


re paid 


drag oon ade 


a braidt 


unpaid 


car ron ade 


un braid 


un prayed 


cas son ade 


up braid 


cor radet 


un o beyedt 


a f raid 


pa rade 


un a fraid 


de grade 


cha rade] 


un de frayed 


be jadet 


ti rade?] . 


ren e gade? 


al cade or 


fa 9ade?|| 


ret ro grade? 


al caid 


croi sadet 


cav al cade? 


ar cade 


cru sade 


am bus cade 


bro cade 


pas sade] 


un de cayed 


cas cade 


pe sade?] 


bar ri cade 


fal cade] 


mis stayed 


un al layed 


sac cade] 


un staid 


un de layed 


stoc cadet 


un stayed 


en fi lade?] 


gril lade 


dis suade 


es ca lade] 


in laid 


per suade 


ac co lade] 


ca ladej 


un swayed 


mar ma lade 


re lade 


bra vadet 


pis to lade] 


re laid 


e vade 


o ver lade 


sea lade 


in vade 


o ver laid 


un lade 


in veighed 


fu sil lade] 


un laid 


pa vadet 


un dis mayed 


po made 


per vade 


in ter medej 


re made 


pur veyed 


ser e nade] 


self made? 


un wayedt 


flan co nade 


cha made] 


un weighed 


drag on nade] 


un made 




col on nade 1 


gre nade or 


or ange ade] 


es pla nade|| 


gra nade 


de fil ade 


bas ti nade 


pa nadef 


gas con ade 


es ca pade 


pan nade || 


mas quer ade 


un re paid 


a paidt or 


pas quin ade 


es tra pade 


ap paid 


can non ade 


un dis played 


crou pade] 


lem on ade 


un ar rayed 



SINGLE EHYMES, 


ad ak 


un as sayed 


afs 


suaget 


am bas sadef 


chafes 


swage 


un es sayed 


waifs 


wage 


cam i sade| 


[af, above" 




pal i sade 




en gage 


lance pe sade|| 


aft 


en cage or 


o ver shade 


chafed 


in cage 


mis per suade 


[af , above] 


un cage 


un be trayed 


waiftf 


ga laget 


bal us trade 




ra mage?t 


o ver trade 


sr 


ba rege?|| or 


un con veyed 


plague 


be rege 


un sur veyed 


vague 


en rage 






out rage? 


fan far on ade 


agd 


pre sage? 


un bar ri cade? 


plagued 


as suage 


o ver per suade 


vaguedf 




rodomontade!^ 


dis en gage 


rhod o mon tade 


un plagued 


pre-en gage 






re-en gage 


adz 


agz 




aids 


plagues 


ajd 


[ad, above] 


vaguesf 


aged? 






[aj, above] 


af 


aj 




chafe 


age 


un gauged 


nafe 


gage 




naif| 


gauge 


un en gaged 


safe 


cage 


un as suaged 


waif 


kage 






maget 


ak 


en chafe 


page 


ache or 


un safe 


rage 


aket 


vouch safe 


sage 


bake 




stage 


brake 



6 


SINGLE RHYMES, 


ak al 


break 


be spake 




drake 


be take 


ail 


fake 


mis take 


ale 


flake 


out takef 


bail 


haik|| 


par take 


bale 


hake or 


re take 


brail 


haakf 


up take? 


braylef 


cake 


a wake 


dale . 


crake 


be wake 


drailf 


quake 


re wake 


dwale 


lake 




fail 


make 


o ver rake 


flail 


nakef 


un der take 


frail 


plaque?! 


o ver take 


Gael 


rake 


re-a wake 


gale 


sake 


wide-a wake 


grail 


shake 




hail 


sheikh?] or 


sem i-o paque 


hale? 


shaik| 




whale 


slake 


iiks 


jail or 


snake 


aches 


gaol 


spake 


[ak, above] 


kale or 


stake 


jakesf 


kail 


steak 




kayle or 


strake or 


akt 


keil 


straikf 


baked 


crail 


take 


[ak, above] 


quail 


wake 




mail 




un baked 


mailef 


mis make 


un raked 


maillef 


re make 


un shakedf 


male 


un make 


un slaked 


nail 


o paque|| or 


un waked 


nalej 


o pake 




pail 


for sake 


un a waked 


pale 



al 



SINGLE RHYMES, ill illy 



rail 


un nail 


coun ter vail 


sail 


be pale f 


o ver vail or 


sale 


im pale or 


o ver veil 


shale 


em pale 




shailfg 


de rail 


coup de so leil?|| 


scale 


in rail 


[a"ly, below] 


snail 


as sail 




spale* 


be sayle 


flirt 


stale 


out sail 


mailed 


swale 


re sail 


[al, above] 


tail 


re sale 




taille| 


un shalef 


un bailed 


taelll 


en scale 


un hailed 


tale 


un scale 


un mailed 


trail 


de tail? 




vail or 


en tail or 


un ex haled 


veil 


in tailf 


un as sailed 


vale 


cur tail 


un de tailed 


wail 


re tail? 


un cur tailed 


wale 


vi taillef or 


un be wailed 




vi tailef 




em bale 


a vail 


un coun ter vailed 


coup d'ceil?! 


a valef 




re gale 


in vail or 


ills 


en grail 


in veil 


hailsef 


ex hale 


pre vail 




in hale 


re veille?| 


aly 


un hale 


un vail or 


coup d'ceil?|| 


en jail or 


un veil 


som meil?|| 


en gaolf 


be wail 


ca naille?| 


dis mail 


in wail 


te naille?|| 


ca mail 


ju zail|| 


re veille?| 


re mail 






ca naille?| 


in ter pale 


coup de so leil?|| 


te naille?|j 


par a vail 


[al, above] 



SINGLE EHYMES, Jllz Jill 



alz 


be came 


un a shamed 


hails 


ac claim 




[51, above] 


de claim 


ainz 


scales 


dis claim 


claims 


skayles* 


dis clainef 


[Sin, above] 


squails 


ex claim 




vales 


mis claim 


an 




pro claim 


bane 


am 


re claim 


baignef 


aim 


mis name 


bainf 


blame 


out name 


blain 


bramef 


sur name? or 


brain 


dame 


sir name? 


chain 


fame 


y samef 


Dane 


flame 




deign 


frame 


mis be came 


drain 


game 


o ver came 


dreinf 


hame 




eigne? 


whame 


iimcl 


fain 


came 


aimed 


fane 


claim 


[am, above] 


feign 


lame 




gain 


maim 


un aimed 


grain 


name 


un blamed 


liainf 


prame 


in flamed 


jane 


same 


un claimed 


jean 


saim* 


un maimed 


cane 


shame 


un named 


kain* 


squamef 


a shamed 


crane 


tame 


un shamed 


lain 




un tamed 


lane 


de fame 




main 


in flame 


un in flamed 


mane 


re frame 


un pro claimed 


pain 


un frame 


un re claimed 


pane 



plain 

plane 

rain 

reign 

rein 

ranet 

sane 

sainf 

sdaint 

sdeignf 

skein or 

skain 

slain 

spanet 

sprain 

stain 

stane* 

strain 

swain 

tain 

ta'en 

thane 

train 

twain 

vain 

vane 

vein 

wain 

wane 

zain 



coc ague I 
au bainell 
ur bane 



SINGLE RHYMES, 


an 


en chain 


un rein 


un chain 


in sane 


dis dain 


non-sane 


or dain 


un slain 


pro fane or 


ab stain 


pro phanef 


be stain 


re frain 


con strain 


a gain? 


re strain 


re gain 


un strain 


un gain* 


at tain 


en grain or 


de tain 


in grain? 


dis tain 


chi cane || 


con tain 


a main 


cur tein 


de main or 


main tarn 


f de mesne? 


ob tain 


do main 


per tain 


hu mane 


re tain 


im manef 


sus tain 


ger mane or 


dis train 


ger main 


mis train 


pear main? 


up traint 


re main 


a twaint 


cam paign 


un twaint 


Cham pagne?j| 




cham paign? 


in ur bane 


ex plain 


in ter chain 


com plain 


fore or dain 


com planef 


pre-or dain 


un plainf 


re-or dain 


ar raign 


un der drain? 


be raint 


su per straint 


mo raine] 


o ver strain 


out reign 


re-at tain 


re reign 


re-ob tain 



10 SINGLE EHYMES, ail ant 


ap per tain 


in ter veined 


un de ranged 


chev ro tainj 






as cer tain 


un as cer tained 


aiist 


en ter tain 




deign' st 




aiij 


[an, above] 


leg er de main] 


change 


'gainst? 


el e cam pane 


grange 




med i ter ranef 


mange 


a gainst? 




range 




and 


strange 


ant 


chained 




an't 


[an, above] 


ex change 


daintf 


maned 


re change 


faint 




ar range 


feint 


un brained 


de range 


han't? 


un drained 


en range 


quaint 


un feigned 


es trange 


mayn't 


un gained 




paint 


cam paigued 


re-ex change 


plaint 


cam paned 


in ter change? 


saint 


un pained 


coun ter change? 


straintf 


un plainedf 


o ver changef 


taint 


un stained 


dis ar range 




un trained 


mis ar range 


ac quaint 






be paint f 


un or dained 


anjd 


de paint 


un pro faned 


changed 


re paint 


un ex plained 


[anj, above] 


un paint 


un ar raigned 


_ 


com plaint 


un con strained 


un changed 


be saintf 


self -re strained 


un ranged 


en ceinte| or 


un re strained 




en seint 


un at tained 


un ex changed 


un saint 


un ob tained 


coun ter changed con straint 


un sus tained 


un ar ranged 


re straint 



BINGLE RHYMES, ant ar 



ii 



at taint 


cape 


apt 


dis traint 


crape 


shaped 




nape 


[ap, above] 


pre-ac quaint 


rape 


wapedf 


o ver paint 


raip 




un con straintf 


shape 


ar 


self -re straint 


scape 


e'er? 


un re straint 


scrape 


ere? 




slape* 


eyre? 


ants 


swaip* 


frere|| 


saints 


swape 


ne'er? 


[ant, above] 


tape 


stere|| 


spraints 


trapef 


their? 






vair?|| 


anz 


a gape? 




brains 


a whapef 


how e'er? 


[an, above] 


be japef 


wher e'er? 


pains 


es cape 


when e'er? 


reins 


un cape 


what e'er? 


wanzef 


mis shape 


tuy ere|| 




re shape 


Bru mairell 


cam paigns 


trans shapef or 


Fri mairell 


cam panesf 


tran shapef 


com mere 


neu vaines|| 


un shape 


pla cer?|| 






par terre|| 


ap 


jack a nape? 


genouill ere?|| 


ape 






chape 


aps 


sub li ere?|| 


dapef 


shapes 


how so e'er? 


drape 


[ap, above] 


tes ti ere|| 


frapef 


traipse 


mill ion aire? or 


gape? 


trapes 


mill ion naire?|| 


grape 




cap il laire|| 


graip 


jane-of-apes 


beche de mer|| 


jape 


jack a napes? 


con nois seur?|| 



12 



SINGLE RHYMES, UT ast 



kil o stere || 


case 


be lace 


hec to stere i| 


lace 


en lace or 


sol i taire|| 


mace 


in lace 


pro le taire|| 


pace 


un lace 


ere maill ere|| 


place 


gri mace 


et a gere|| 


plaice or 


a pace 




plaise 


out pace 


vi van di ere|| 


race 


re pace 


Yen de mi aire]| 


space 


dis place 


char ge d'af faires?|| tace 


mis place 


par a ton nerrejl 


trace 


re place 


[ar, p. 27 ; a, p. 


vi] vase? 


sup placet 




wase* 


trans placat 


arj 




e rasa 


[arzh, below] 


a base 


re trac3 




de base 


up trace 


am 


em baset or 




e pergne?j| 


im basef 


un der brace 


Sau terne|| 


em brace 


re-em brace 




re brace 


coun ter brace? 


arzli 


un brace 


o ver grace 


cierge?|| 


en chase or 


in ter lace 




in chase 


car a pace? 


au berge?t|| 


re chase 


com mon place? 


con cierge?|| 


de face 


in ter place 




ef face 




as 


out face 


ash 


ace 


ag gracet or 


flechel! 


base 


a gracet 


frache 


bass? 


dis grace 




brace 


dis case 


ca lechejl 


chase 


en case or 


mus tache? 


dace 


in case 




face 


per casef 


ast 


grace 


un case 


based 



SINGLE RHYMES, ilSt at 



baste 


asts 


scatef 


chased 


tastes 


slate 


[as, above] 


[tlst, above] 


speightf 


chaste 




state 


haste 


at 


strait 


paced 


ait 


straight 


paste 


ate? 


streightf 


taste 


eight 


swatef 


waist 


eyot? 


tete|| 


waste 


bait 


thwaite or 




bate 


twaite 


un chaste 


blate* or 


trait?|| 


pale-faced? 


bleit?* 


wait 


shame-faced? 


brait 


weight 


un graced 


date 


3 r atef 


post-haste 


fate 




im paste 


fete|| 


ere ate 


slow-paced? 


freight 


abate 


un placed 


gait 


de bate 


de tastet 


gate 


ra batef 


dis taste 


grate 


rab batef 


fore taste? 


great 


re bate 


un traced 


hate 


sur batef 




catef 


fore date 


self -a based 


crate 


mis date 


un a based 


creaghtf 


out date 


un de based 


late 


post date 


un em braced 


mate 


pre date 


un de faced 


pate 


se date 


un ef faced 


plait 


in flate 


un dis graced 


plate 


suf flatef 


o ver haste 


prate 


af freight 


thor ough-paced? 


rate 


trans freightf 


un e rased 


sate? 


in grate? 




skate or 


re grate 



14 



SINGLE RHYMES, at at& 



un grate?f 


re-cre ate 


atht 


be late 


un ere atef 


faithedf 


di late 


o ver date 


[ath, above] 


e late 


o ver freight 




col late 


o ver great 


un scathed? 


ob late 


cor re late? 




pro late? 


mis re late 


atB. 


re late 


mis trans late 


bathe 


trans late 


re trans late 


hathef 


a matef 


o ver late 


lathe 


in nate? 


un der rate? 


scathe? 


con nate? 


o ver rate? 


snathef 


or nate? 


un der state 


spathe|| 


re natef 


re in state 


swathe 


im plate 


o ver state 




re plait 


co-es tate 


em bathe or 


re plate 


tete-a"-tete|| 


im bathe 


be rate 




in swathe 


i rate 


e lee tro-plate? 


un swathe 


mis rate 






nar rate? 


atli 


atfrd 


pro rate 


baith* 


bathed 


in state or 


faith 


[ath, above] 


en state 


graithf or 




mis state 


greithf 


un bathed 


re state 


wraith 


un scathed? 


un statef 


scathe? 




sub strate?f 


staith* 


atliz 


es tate 




bathes 


re trait|| 


un f aithf 


[ath, above] 


re traictf 






a wait 


aths 


ats 




faiths 


baits 


in ere ate? 


[ath, above] 


[at, above] 


con ere ate 




catesf 



SINGLE EHYMES, ilt.S aZ 


a catesf or 


for gave 


avz 


a chatesf 


mis gave 


braves 




out gave 


[av, above] 


atth 


re gave 


staves? 


eighth 


be grave 






en grave 


ay 


av 


un gravef 


som meil?|| 


brave 


be have 


[%, P. 7] 


dravef 


en cave 




gave 


in clave 


az 


glave or 


be lavef 


bays 


glaive 


e leve|| 


[a, P . i] 


grave 


be knavef 


baize or 


cave 


out knave 


bayzef 


clavef 


im pave 


blaze 


crave 


re pave 


braze 


quavef 


de prave 


daze 


lave 


be slavef 


days 


nave 


en slave 


phase 


knave 




phrase 


pave 


o ver gavef 


f raise || 


rave 


re-en grave 


gaze 


save 


mis be have 


glaze 


shave 


dis en slave 


grays 


slave 




graze 


stave 


avcl 


haze 


suavellt 


braved 


hasef 


thave* 


[av, above] 


hays 


thrave* 




clayesf 


trave 


un paved 


craze 


waive or 


un saved 


crasef 


weivef 




laze 


wave 


un de praved 


maize 




un en slaved 


maze 


out brave 




pays 



15 



16 SINGLE KIIYMES, ClZ Sioll 


paisef or 


un der praise 


shab 


paysef 


su per praise 


scab 


praise 


o ver praise 


slab 


prays 


Mar seill aise|| 


stab 


preys 


e cos saise|| 


tab 


prase]] 






raise 


azcl 


Can tab 


rays 


blazed 




rase 


[az, above] 


Sbd 


raze 




stabbed 


chaise] 


un raised 


[ab, above] 


vase? 








un a mazed 


abz 


a blaze 




stabs 


em blaze or 


azli 


[ab, above] 


im blaze 


ma nege|| 




out blaze 


ba rege?|| 


ach 


a dayst 




batch 


out gaze 


jib 


blatcht 


up gaze 


ab 


brach?f 


un glaze 


abb 


hatch 


cha laze 


bab 


catch 


a maze 


blab 


cratch 


be maze 


dab 


latch 


ap praise 


drab 


lache?|[ 


be praise 


gab 


match 


dis praise 


grab 


natch or 


un praise 


cab 


nach 


up raise 


kab|| 


patch 


out raze 


crab 


rach 




labf 


ratch 


now-a-days? 


Mab 


scatch 


o ver gaze 


nab 


scratch 


Po lo naisell or 


knab 


slatch 


Po lo noiset]] 


rab 


smatchf 



SINGLE RHYMES, adl 



17 



snatch 


i 


tachf 


add 


tachef 


ad|| 


tatchf 


bad 


thatch 


bade 




brad 


un latch 


dad 


mis match 


dradf 


be scratchf 


fad 


up snatch 


gad 


dis patch or 


glad 


de spatch 


had 


at tach 


cad 


de tach 


clad 




lad 


o ver catch 


mad 


o ver match 


pad 


re -at tach 


plaid 




radf 


aclit 


sad 


hatched 


shad or 


[ach, above] 


chadf 




scad 


un hatched 




un matched 


for bade 


un patched 


egad 


un scratched 


en glad 


un thatched 


un clad 



ad 



y cladf 

un dis patched or be mad 
un de spatched un plaid 
un at tached un sadf 
*p> d^ tached 

su per add 
o ver glad 



adz 

adds 

[ad, above] 
adze or 
adz 

af 

chaff? 

daff?* 

flafff 

gaff 

graff?f 

naff 

raff? 

[af, p. 37] 

be dafff 
a graff 
gi raff e? || 
ca rafe|| 

afs 

gaffs 
[af, above] 

aft 

chaffed? 

[af, above] 
naft 

[aft, p. 37] 

un quaffed? 
ag: 



18 SINGLE RnYMES, JVJ* alv 


brag 


un. bagged 


lac 


dag 


un tagged 


knack 


drag 




pack 


fag 


iigz 


plack 


flag 


bags 


rack 


gag 


[rig, above] 


wrack 


hag 


dagges 


sack 


jagw 




sac 


jagg 


aj 


sacque 


cag 


badge 


shack 


crag 


fadge 


slack 


quagt 


hadjjl 


smack 


lag 


cadge 


snack 


nag 


madge 


sprack* 


knag 




stack 


rag 


ajcl 


tack 


ragg 


badged 


tact 


sag 


[aj, above] 


thack* 


shag 




thrackt 


shragt 


ak 


thwack 


scrag 


back 


track 


slag 


bac|| 


wacke?|| 


snag 


black 


yak|| 


sprag 


brach?H 




stag 


brack 


a back 


swag 


chack 


pa gack|| 


tag 


hack 


a lack 


wag 


whack 


re pack 




jack 


un pack 


un bag 


jak 


ar rack? 


out brag 


cack 


at tack 




clack 


un tack 


agcl 


crack 




bagged 


quack 


cul-de-sac|| 


[ag, above] 


lack 


Fron tign ac|| or 



SINGLE KHYMES, ak al 


Fron tin iac 


un der taxed 


un stacked 






ab stract? 


tac a ma hac? 


akt 


sub stractf 




act 


in tact 


aks 


backed 


at tract 


ax or 


[ak, above] 


de tract 


axe 


bract 


dis tract 


backs 


fact 


ex tract? 


[ak, above] 


fractf 


con tract? 


blacks 


packed 


en tr'acte|| 


flax 


pact 


pro tract 


crax 


tacked 


re tract 


lacks 


tact 


sub tract 


lax 


tracked 


un tracked or 


max 


tract 


un tract 


packs 






pax|| 


en act 


re-en act 


tacks 


ex act 


in ex act 


tax 


co actf 


un ex actt 


wax 


out act 


re tro act or 


zax 


pre act 


ret ro act 




re act 


in ter act 


re lax 


red actf 


coun ter act 




sub act 


o ver act 


o ver tax 


trans act 


in com pact 




un backed 


re com pact 


akst 


ol fact 


un com pact 


taxed 


dif fract 


un at tacked 


[aks, above] 


in fractf 


pre con tract? 




re fract 




re laxed 


un hacked 


sem i-com pact 


un taxed 


im pact 




un waxed 


com pact? 


al 




un racked 


dal 


un re laxed 


un sacked 


gal 



19 



20 SINGLE EHYMES, al aiH 


cal* 


calque|| 


alts 


mall? 


talc or 


as phalts 


pal or 


talckf 


[alt, above] 


pall? 






sal]| 


de f alkf 


alv 


shall 




alvef 


skallf 


cat a falquell 


valve 


cabal 


alks 


alvd 


ca nal 


calks? 


valved 


che val|| 


[alk, above] 






calx|| 


alvz 


Prai ri al|| 




valves 


Ger mi nalji 


alp 




chap ar ral|| 


alp 


alz 




palp 


ca bals 


alb 


scalp 


[al, above] 


alb 








alps 


am 


albz 


palps 


am 


albz 


[alp, above] 


bam 






dam 


aid 


alpt 


damn 


scald? or 


palpedf 


dram 


skald|| 


scalped 


drachm 






flamf 


ca baled or 


un scalped 


gram 


ca balled 




grammelf 




alt 


ham 


aldz 


alt 


jam 


scalds? or 


salt?f 


jamb 


skalds 


shalt 


cam 






cham 


alk 


as phalt|| 


kamf 


calk? or 


as phalte|| 


clam 



SINGLE EHYMES, am an 


cram 


amp 


un stamped 


lamb 


champ 


un vamped 


lamm 


champe 




mam 


damp 


amz 


pam 


camp 


hams 


pram 


clamp 


[am, above] 


ram 


cramp 




sham 


lamp 


an 


shram* 


ramp 


an 


slam 


samp 


ann* 


stram 


scamp 


ban 


swam 


stamp 


bran 


tram 


tamp 


dan 


yam 


tramp 


fan 




vamp 


ganf or 


un dam 




'gan 


ex camb* 


de camp 


hanf 


be lam* 


en camp 


jan|| 


chu nam|| 


un camp 


can 


ni zam|| 


en stamp or 


khan?|| 




in stamp 


kanf 


or i flamb? or 




clan 


or i flamme?|| 


re-en stamp or 


cran* 


mil 11 gramme?]] 


re in stamp 


quan|| 


kil o gramme?!) 




man 


hec to gramme?!! 


amps 


nan* 




camps 


pan 


myr i a gramme? 


I [amp, above] 


plan 






ran 


amd 


ampt 


scan 


dammed 


camped 


span 


damned? 


[Snip, above] 


tan 


[am, above] 




than 




un damped 


van 


un rammed 


un cramped 


wan?f 



21 



SINGLE IIIIYMKS, ail itllg* 



ky an 


ancli 


un fanned 


rou anne|| 


flanch? 


un hand 


im banf 


ganch 


a land 


re dan?|| 


hanch 


re land 


se dan|| 


panch 


ex pand 


be gan 


planch 


re pand 


bro gan? 


ranch 


un planned 


pe can? 


[anch,p. 37; anch, un scanned 


sha inan?|| 


p. 30] 


out stand 


un man 




up standt 


ja pan 


audit 


with stand 


tra pan 


ganched 




trc pan 


[Such, above] 


un der hand 


fore ran 




o ver land? 


out ran 


and 


al le mande?|| 


caf tan?|| 


and 


co-ex pand 


rat tan or 


band 


un der stand 


ra tan 


banned 




di van|| 


[an, above] 


mul ti pli cand? 


ban ian? 


bland 


mis un der stand 


ban yan? 


brand 




pti san? 


fandt 


aiidz 




gland 


hands 


Ram a dan?! || 


grand 


[and, above] 


cai ma can?! || 


hand 




un der ran 


land 


aiig 


o ver ran 


rand 


bang 


o ver span 


sand 


bangue|| or 


car a van? 


stand 


bhang 


Par me san 


strand 


fang 


bar ti zan? 


[and, p. 37] 


gang 


cour te san? 




hang 


par ti san 


dis band 


whang 




im band 


clang 


cat a ma ran|| 


ne fandt 


krang or 



SINGLE KHYMES, itllg" 



crang 


un pangedt 


tank 


lang* 


[ang, above] 


thank 


pang 




twank 


rang 


aiig*z 


yank* 


sang 


bangs 




slang 


[ang, above] 


em bank or 


spang* 




im bank 


sprang 


aiij 


un bank 


stang 


flange 


point-blank 


strang* 




out flank 


swang 


anjd 


dis rank 


tang 


flanged 


en rank 


twang 




out rank 


vang 


ank 


un thankf 


wangf 


bank 






blank 


o ver rank 


be guin?|| 


brank* 




un hang 


dank 


anks 


ta langf 


drank 


banks 


ga min|| 


flank 


[ank, above] 


tre pang or 


frank 


Manx or 


tri pang 


francll 


Manks 


ha rangue 


hank 




se rang|| 


clank 


itiikt 




crank 


banked 


un der hang 


lank 


[ank, above] 


o ver hang 


plank 




coup de main? || 


prank 


un banked 


par a sang 


rank 


un flanked 




sank 


un franked 


o rang-ou tang?|| or shank 


un thanked 


ou rang-ou tang?|| 


shrank 






slank 


aiis 


aiigd 


spank 


hance?f 


banged 


stank 


Hanse|| 



SINGLE RHYMES, ailS itp 



manse 


bac chant?]] 


ants 


stance* 


bac chante?!! 


crantsf 


transe?t 


de cant 


plants 


[ans, p. 37] 


des cant? 


[ant, above] 




out cant 


Nantes?l| 


bo bancetll 


re cant 




Ro mance 


gal lant? 


anz 


ro mance 


ro mantf 


bans 


fi nance|| 


dis plant 


[an, above] 


ex panse 


im plant 


banns 


a skance? 


re plant 


sans?||f 




sup plant 




out ro mance 


trans plant 


ap 


com plai sance?|| 


co rantf 


chap? 




cou rant?|| 


dapf 


SlllSll 


crois sant|| 


fapt 


Ro mansh|| or 


a skant? 


flap 


Ro manschjl 


bou tant?|| 


frap 


pnsh, p. 31] 


le vant 


gap 




pro vant?f 


hap 


anst 


be zant? or 


cap 


ro manced 


by zant? 


clap 


[ans, above] 




lap 




con fi dant?|| 


Lapp 


ant 


con fi dante?|| 


map 


brant 


un gal lant? 


nap 


cant 


pont-vo lant |1 


nappe 


quant 


gov er nante?H 


knap 


lantf 


re-im plant 


knappef 


plant 


fig u rante?!! 


pap 


rant 


dil et tant 


rap 


scant 


pike-de vantt 


wrap 


tant 


com plai sant?|| 


sap 


trantf 




shrapf 




un com plai sant 


scrap 



SINGLE EHYME8, ap ash 


slap 


de lapse 


as 


snap 


e lapse 


as?H 


strap 


il lapse 


brasse 


tap 


col lapse 


gas? 


trap 


pro lapse 


cassf 


vapf 


re lapse 


crassf 


wapp 




quass|| or 


yap 


apst 


quas|| 




lapsed 


rasse 


af frapf 


[aps, above] 


wrasse 


may hap 




sassef 


mis hap 


pre ter lapsed 


strass|| 


un hapf 




trass 


un cap 


apt 


[as, p. 38] 


un lapf 


apt 




be wrap 


happed 


a bas|| 


en wrap or 


[ap, above] 


ba gasse|| 


in wrap 


rapped 


fou gasse|| 


cou rap 


rapt 


me gass? 


un wrap 




me gasse? 


be trap 


in apt 


alas? 


en trap or 


un apt 


mo lasse?|| 


in trap 


a dapt 


da masse?|| 




un napped 


cui rass? 


o ver lap 


en rapt 


mo rass 




en wrapped or 


ca vass|| or 


aps 


in wrapped 


ka vass|| or 


apse 


un sapped 


ca wass 


chaps 




ere vasse|| 


[ap, above] 


apts 


paill asse|| or 


lapse 


aptsf 


pall iasse 


laps 






schnapps]] 


a dapts 


ash 






ash 


per haps 




bashf 



25 



SINGLE RHYMES, asll Sit 



brash 


in ter dash 


ast 


dash 


cal i pash 


bast 


fash 




brastf 


flash 


asht 


hast 


gash 


dashed 


cassedf 


hash 


[ash, above] 


snastf 


cash 




[ast, p. 39] 


cache|| 


un thrashed 




clash 




bom bast? 


crash 


un a bashed 




lash 




at 


lache?|| 


ask 


at 


mash 


Basque?|| 


bat 


gnash 


basque?|| 


brat 


nash* 


hask 


chat 


pashf 


laskf 


fat 


plash 


pasch or 


flat 


rash 


pask or 


gatt 


sash 


pasque|| 


hat 


shashf 


[ask, p. 38] 


cat 


slash 




mat 


smash 


asks 


matte 


splash 


basques 


matt 


tache?||f 


[sk, above] 


gnat 


thrash 




pat 


trash 


asp 


plat- 




asp? 


rat 


a bash 


jaspf 


sat or 


squa bashf 


[asp, p. 38] 


satef 


be dash 




scat 


out flash 


asps 


scratf 


re hash 


asps? 


slat 


ca lash 


jaspsf 


spat 


un lash 




sprat 


unrash 




tat 



SINGLE RHYMES, tit ar 


that 


spatts 


heir 


vat 




bare 




ba ratz|| 


bear 


here at 




blare 


where at 


av 


chair 


there at 


have 


char? or 


era vat 




chare 




az 


dare 


or ange at|j 


as? 


fair 




gas? 


fare 


ath 


has 


flare 


hath 


nasf 


gare 


mat lit 




glair 


wrath? 


where as 


glare 


rath or 


Shi raz?|| 


hair 


rathe 




hare 


scath ar 


azin 


where 


scathe? 


phasm 


care 


snath* 


chasm 


Clare 


strath* 


plasm 


craref 


[ath, p. 39] 


spasm 


lair 






laref 


aths 


em pasm 


mare 


scathe 




naref 


[ath, above] 


aziud 


ne'er? 




chasmedt 


pair 


atlit 




pare 


scathed? 


azmz 


pear 




chasms 


rare 


un scathed? 


[azm, above] 


raer* 






share 


iits 


ar 


s>care 


bats 


air 


skare* 


[at, above] 


ere? 


* square 


batz|| 


[ar, p. 11] 


snare 



27 



SINGLE KHYMES, ar ars 



spare 


com pare 


laird* 


stair 


pre pare 




stare 


re pair 


un aired 


sware 


trans paret 


un heired 


swear 


en snare or 


un haired 


tare 


in snare ' 


un cared 


tear? 


un snare 


un paired 


their? 


de spair 


un pared 


there 


out stare 


un shared 


vair?|| 


up stare 


un scared 


varef 


for swear 


un squared 


ware 


mis swear 


un spared 


wair 


out swear 




wear? 


un swear 


un de clared 


were? 


up tear 


un im paired 


yaref 


a ware 


un pre pared 




be ware 


un re paired 


how e'er? 


out wear 




wher e'er? 


un waref 


ardz 


when e'er? 




cairds* 


what e'er? 


how so e'er? 


[ard, above] 


co-heir 


mill ion aire? 




for bear 


un der bear 


arn 


fore bearf 


o ver bear 


bairn* or 


up bear 


o ver dare 


bearnf 


be daret 


pre de clare 


cairn 


out dare 


deb o nair 


tairn 


af fair 


un a ware 




un fair 


o ver wear 


ariiz 


un hairt 




bairns* 


else where 


ard 


[arn, above] 


de clare 


beard? 




bo nairt 


cared 


rs 


dis pair 


'[{Ir, above] 


scarce 


im pair? 


caird* 





SINGLE RHYMES, aFZ aft 



arz 


a ha 


gal lop ade || 


airs 


ha-ha 


en fi lade?|| 


[&r, above] 


fra cas?|| 


es ta cade|| 




hoi la? 


prom e nade?|| 


up stairs 


mam ma 


ret i rade|| 


un warest 


tour nois?|| 


pav e sade 




faux pas|| 




self-af fairs 


pa pa 


adr 


un a wares 


hur ra? or 


sadr|| 




hur rah? 




a 


oc troi?|| 


adz 


a? 


[a, pp. vii & 


36] fa 9ades 


ah 


huz za 


[ad, above] 


baa 






bah 


us que baugh? 


af 


drap|| 


9a i ra|| 


daff?* 


fall 


ma jo rat|| 


graff?f 


ha 


pa di shah|| 


half 


hah 


tiers-e tat|| 


haaf|| 


Jah 


coup d'e tat 


calf 



ma 



quaff? 
hors de com bat|| laugh 

[af,p. 37] 
ad 



pah 


spaadf 


be half 


shah 




out laugh 


spa?|| 


fou gade|] 




va|| 


rou lade|| 


afs 


za|| 


ti rade?|| 


calf's 




fa 9ade?|| 


laughs 


ca bas|| 


pe sade?|| 


[af , above] 


Vau dois?H 


es trade]] 




sol-fa?|| 


bou tade||t 


aft 


sang froid|| 


huz zaed 


laughed 


nou gat|| 


[a, above] 


[af, above] 



o* 



30 



SINGLE KHYMES, at 



a* 


be calm 


staunch 


ay? or 


un calm 




aye? 


sa lam|| or 


un stanch? 




-sa laam|| 


[ttnch, p. 22 ; 


al 


imam?! || 


anch, p. 37 ; 


kraal?|| 


py rame|| 


anch, p. 43] 


lo cale|| 


amd 


ancht 


po kal|| 


calmed 


haunched 


fa nal|| 


[am, above] 


[iinch, above] 


mo rale|| 








un em balmed 


un launched 


Pro ven ^alH 








amz 


and 


iilv 


alms 


laund?f 


salve? 


balms 


maund? 




[am, above] 




alz 




a mende?|| 


kraals? 


an 




[al, above] 


guan 


al le mande?|| 


am 


dou ane|| 


andz 


balm 


pa cane|| 


maunds? 


calm 


fir man?|| 


[and, above] 


qualm? 


i man?|| 




malm 


to man?j| 


aiig 


palm 


sul tan?|| 


ri ant?|| 


praam)! 






psalm 


aiich 


res tau rant?|| 




haunch 


soi-di sant?|| 


em balm or 


craunch 


[ong, p. 125] 


im balm 


launch 




ma dame|| 


paunch? 


aiig-s 


mes dames|| 


scranch? 


[ans, below] 


vi dame|| 


stanch? or 





SINGLE RHYMES, aiij ar 



31 



anj iiiit 


[ant, above^ 


fon tange?|| aunt 




[anzh, below] daunt 


aiiz 


flaunt? 


guans 


aiis gaunt? 


[an, above] 


jauncef haunt? 




launce han't? 


anzh 


trauncet jaunt or 


me lange?|| 


vauncef jant 


fon tange?|| 


can't 




se ance?H shan't? 


ap 


fai ence?H taunt? 


gape? 


ou trance?l| trauntf 




vaunt? 


a gape? 


vrai sem blance|| 




non cha lance?|| a dauntf 


aps 


es pe rance?||t dis haunt 


gapes? 


re nais sance?|| bac chante?|| 




gal lant? 


apt 


ou tre cui- cou rant?|| 


gaped? 


dance?||f a skant? 




re con nais- a taunt? 


ar 


sance?|| or a vantf 


are 


re con nois- sir vente?|| 


bar 


sance?|| ra sante?|| 


char 


[ans, p. 37; ons, 


charre 


p. 125] com man dant|| 


dar* 


un gal lant? 


far 


ansli gov er nante?|| 


gar 


manchejit or fig u rante?|| 


jar 


maunch? 


car 


coun ter cou rant lar|| 


carte-blanche|| 


mar 


[ansh, p. 24] ants 


narf 


aunts 


gnarf 



SINGLE RHYMES, JIT 



gnarrf 


si mare or 


iiirbd 


knar 


si marrell or 


barbed? 


par 


ci mar or 


[Srb, above] 


pan- 


cy mar 




scar 


ca nard?|| 


un barbed? 


skar* 


un sparf 




snarf 


in star 


arbz 


spar 


vous soir|| 


barbs 


star 


gui tar 


[arb, above] 


tar 


ca tarrh 




tarref 


pe tarf 


arch 


thar 


ba zaar or 


arch 


yarrf 


ba zar|| 


larch 


czar || or 


bi zarre|| 


march 


tsar || or 


hus sar|| 


parch 


ksar|| or 




starch 


tzar|| 


myr i are?|| 






mil li ard?|| 


in arch 


li ard|| 


jag u ar 


out march 


de bar 


jem i dar?|| 




dis bar 


zem in dar?|| 


o ver arch 


em bar 


cho kee dar|| 


coun ter march? 


out bar 


de o dar 


o ver march 


un bar 


hos po dar || 




up bar 


jac a mar?|| 


ii relit 


sir dar|| 


tin ta marf 


arched 


a far 


av a tar? 


pirch, above] 


re far 


bou le vard?|| 




ci gar or 


jan i zart 


en arched 


se gar 




un parched 


ba har|| 


arb 


un starched 


a jar 


barb 




las car?|| 


garb 


ard 


sir caril 




barred 


si mar or 


de barbt 


[ar, above] 



SINGLE RHYMES, ard. ark 



33 



bard 


re tard 


target 


charred 


gaill iarde|| 




chard 




dis charge 


fardf 


Sav oy ard|| 


en charge 


guard 


un de barred 


mis charge 


gardf 


dis re gard 


o'er charge 


hard 


cav al lard* 


out charge 


card 


in ter lard 


re charge 


lard 


un der sparred? 


sur charge 


nard 


un be starred 


un charge 


pard 




en large 


sard 


cam el o pard? 




shard or 




un der charge? 


scard* 


Srdz 


su per charge? 


scarred 


bards 


o ver charge? 


yard 


[ard, above] 


o ver large 




hards 




bom bard? 




arjd 


un charred 


arf 


charged 


be ghard or 


scarf 


[arj, above] 


be guard|| 


swarf* 




bel gardf 




un dis charged 


re gard 


arfs 


un en larged 


sauve garde || 


scarfs 




un guardf 


[arf, above] 


ark 


dis card 




arc 


pla card 


arft 


ark 


en lard or 


scarfed 


bark 


in lard 


[arf, above] 


barque'H 


f ou lard|| 




charkf 


un marred 


arj 


dark 


ca nard?|| 


barge 


hark 


un scarred 


charge 


carkf 


un sparred 


large 


clerk? 


pe tard|| 


marge 


lark 



34 



SINGLE EHYMES, ark arn 



mark 


co arctf 


thann* 


marc 


un marked 




marquell 




dis arm 


park 


un re marked 


fore arm? 


sark* 




gis arm 


shark 


arl 


be charm 


spark 


farlf 


de charm 


stark 


harl 


un charm 


yark* 


carlf 


gen darmef 




marl 


gen darmes?|| or 


de bark 


gnarl or 


gens d'armes|| 


dis bark 


knarl 


a larm 


em bark or 


parlef 




im bark 


snarl 


dis en charm 


un bark 




coun ter charm? 


be darkf 


im parl 




mis mark 


en snarl or 


armd 


re mark 


in snarl 


armed 


dis park 




[arm, above] 


im park 


arid 






gnarled or 


en armed 


dis em bark 


knarled 


un armed 


re-em bark or 


[arl, above] 


un harmed 


re im barkf 






coun ter mark? 


arlz 


un a larmed 


dis im park 


arles 






snarls 


armz 


arks 


[arl, above] 


arms 


barks 




. [arm, above] 


[ark, above] 


arm 






arm 


ser geant-at- 


arkt 


barm 


$rms? 


barked 


charm 




[ark, above] 


farm 


arn 




harm 


barn 



SINGLE EHYMES, am arvd 



35 



darn 


ars 


in dart 


karn* 


Darse 


un heartf 


sarn* 


farce 


pan carte?|| 


scarn* 


carse* 


a part 


tarn 


parse 


de part 


yarn 


sarsef 


dis part 




sparse 


im part 


in earn 


tarse 


com part 






as sart 


arnd 


arsh 


up start? 


darned 


harsh 




[arn, above] 


marsh 


arth 






barth* 


arnz 


arst 


garth 


barns 


farced 


hearth 


[arn, above] 


[ars, above] 




harns* 




arths 




art 


hearths 


arp 


art 


[arth, above] 


harp 


chart 




carp 


dart 


arts 


sharp 


hart 


arts 


scarp 


heart 


[art, above] 




cart 




es carp 


carte] 


arv 




quart?] 


carve 


arps 


clart* 


larve 


harps 


mart 


starve 


[arp, above] 


part 


swarve* 




sartf 




arpt 


charte] 


arvd 


harped 


smart 


starved 


[iirp, above] 


start 


[arv, above] 




tart 





un carved 



36 



SINGLE RHYMES, ai"VZ 



arvz 


lath? 


zou ave?|| 


carv ^s 


path? 




[arv, above] 


wrath? 


avcl 




[ath, p. 39] 


halved 


iirz 




[iiv, above] 


bars 


aths 




[ar, above] 


bath's 


un halved 




[ath, above] 




as 


laths? 


avz 


tasse?|| 




halves 




atht 


[af & iiv, above] 


da masse?| 


lathed? 


staves 


coup de grace 1 


atli 


az 


[as, p. 38] 


lath? 


baas 




lathe? 


Jah's 


iish 


path? 


[a', above] 


ron dachell 






pa nache|| 


atftd 


huz zas 


pa tache || 


lathed? 


Shi raz?|| 


inus tache? or 


[iith, above] 




mous tache || 




azh 




un pathed 


me nage|| 


ranz-des-vachesil 




mi ragef 




atliz 




asht 


baths 


bad i nage|| 


mus taclied? or 


[ath & at!i,above] per si flage?H 


mous taclied 








av 


a 


ast 


halve 


Yau dois?|| 


a ghast? 


calve 


pie droit?|| 


[ast, p. 39] 


salve? 


tour nois?|| 




Slave?|| 


oc troi?|| 


ath 


zouave? || 


Gan tois?|| 


bath 




pa tois?|| 



SINGLE EIIYMES, a 


-aiis 37 


Ten voy?|| 


quaffed? 


[anch, 'above] 




[af , above] 




Gen e vois?|J 


raft 


un branched 


feu-de-joie?|| 


shaft 




[a, p. 29 ; 


waft 


and 


a, p. 39] 




mandf 




a baft 




af 


re draft 


de mand 


chaff? 


en graft or 


com mand 


draff or 


in graft 


re mand 


draugh?f 


mis graft 




graff?f 


re graft 


re de mand 


quaff? 


out craft 


self-corn mand 


raff? 


un quaffed? 


rep ri mand? 


staff? 


be raft 


coun ter mand? 


[af, p. 17; 




[and, p. 22] 


af, p. 29] 


afts 






drafts 


andz 


in grafff or 


[aft, above] 


de mands 


en grafff 




[and, above] 


mis grafff 


anch 






blanch 


aiis 


afs 


branch 


chance 


chaffs? 


flanch? 


dance 


staff's? 


cranch?! 


glance 


[af, above] 


lanch?! 


hancef or 




scranch? 


hauncef 


aft 


stanch?! 


lance 


aft 


[anch, p. 30] 


prance 


daft 




trance 


draft 


dis branch 


transe?f 


draught 


un stanch? 





graft 




be chance 


haft 


anclit 


mis chance 


craft 


blanched 


per chance 




3 





38 



SINGLE EHYMES, iillS 



en hance or 


ants 


cask 


in hance 


grants 


casque | 


e lancef 


[ant, above] 


mask 


en trance? or 




masquell 


in trance t 


as 


task 


ad vance 


ass 
bass^ 


[ask, p. 26] 


o ver glance 


brass 


in cask 


dis en trance 


glass 


be mask 


re-ad vance 


grass 


dis mask 




class 


im mask 


anst 


lass 


un mask 


danced 


mass 




[ans, above j 


pass 


o ver task 




[as, p. 25 ; 




ant 


as, p. 36] 


asks 


ant 




asks 


chant or 


me gass? 


[ask, above] 


chauntf 


me gasse? 




grant 


alas? 


askt 


pant 


mo lasse?|| 


masked 


sha'n't? 


a mass 


[ask, above] 


slant 


out pass 




vantf 


re pass 


un tasked 




sur pass 




en chant or 


trans passf 


asp 


in chc.ntf 




asp 


re grant 


o ver pass 


gasp 


gal lant? 




grasp 


a slant 


ask 


hasp 




ask 


clasp 


dis en chant 


bask 


rasp 


un gal lant? 


Basque?|| 




fig u rante?l| 


basque?|| 


en grasp 




flask 


en clasp or 



SINGLE KHYMES, asp U 



in clasp 


a ghast? 


at 


re clasp 


fore cast? 


laths? 


un clasp 


mis cast 






re cast 


i 


asps 


un cast 


awe 


grasps 


up cast? 


braw* 


[asp, above] 


un classed 


chaw 




out last 


daw 


aspt 


dis mast 


draw 


gasped 


re mast 


faugh 


hasped 


re passed 


flaw 


[asp, above] 


re past 


haugh* 




con trast? 


haw 


un grasped 


a vast 


jaw 






caw or 


ast 


un der cast 


kaw 


blast 


o ver cast 


claw 


fast 


o ver mast 


craw 


gastf 


un sur passed 


law 


ghastf 


o ver past 


la? 


cast 




lawe 


caste|| 


asts 


maw 


classed 


blasts 


gnaw or 


[as, above] 


[ast, above] 


knawf 


last 




paw 


massed 


ath 


raw 


mast 


lath? 


wrawf 


passed 


[ath, p. 27; 


saw 


past 


ath, p. 36] 


shaw 


vast 




pshaw 


[ast, p. 26; 


atlis 


scrawf 


ast, p. 36] 


laths? 


squaw|| 






slaw 


bom bast? 


atht 


spa?|| or 


un fast 


lathed? 


spaw 



40 


SINGLE RHYMES, ft 


-ttf 


staw* 


bur geois? 


ftd 


straw 


[a, p. 36] 


awed 


taw 




[a, above] 


thaw 


o ver awe 


bawd 


thraw* 


us que baugh? 


broad 


wawej- 


coun ter draw? 


fraud 


yaw 


o ver draw 


gaud 




o ver slaugh? 


laud 


ad awf 




maud 


Ian dau? 


ftb 


saudj 


out draw 


aubef 


sawed 


re draw 


daub 


yawd* 


up drawf 






with draw 


be daub 


sub audf 


Vau dois?[| 




un awed 


guf f aw 


ftbd 


a broad 


haw-haw 


daubed 


Tin flawed 


ma caw 


[ab, above] 


de fraud 


in law 




be laud 


out law? 


un be daubed 


col laudf 


pil lau|| or 




ap plaud 


pi lau|| 


ftbz 


ma raud 


un law?f 


daubs 


un thawed 


be gnaw or 


[ab, above] 




be knawt 




adz 


u nau|| 


ftCll 


frauds 


pa paw or 


nautchlj 


[ad, above] 


paw paw 






fore saw 


de bauch 


ftf 


ba shaw or 




auft 


pa sha?| or 


ftCllt 


cough? 


pa cha?|| or 


de bauched 


cauf 


pa shaw 1 




off? 


be straw t 


un de bauched 


trough? 


bour geois?|| or 




[o in Key, p. x] 



SINGLE RHYMES, ftlS ftl 


afs 


mawkf 


fall 


coughs? 


pawk 


faulef 


[af, above] 


squawk 


gall 




stalk 


Gaul 


aft 


talk 


hall 


coughed? 


walk 


haul or 


[af , above ; oft 


, [ok, p. 122] 


hale? 


p. 121] 




whall or 




out talk 


whaul 


as* 


out walk 


call 


te taug[| or 




caul 


tau taug|| 


o ver talk 


crawl 


[og, p. 121] 


o ver walk 


kraal? || 






mall? or 


aj 


aks 


maul 


bauge?]] 


auks 


nallf or 


[ozh, p. 120] 


[ak, above] 


nawlf 




faux?|| 


pall? 


ak 


mawks 


paul 


auk 




pawl 


awkf 


akt 


wrawlf 


balk or 


hawked 


saul 


baulk 


[ak, above] 


shawl 


bauk 




scall 


bawkf 


un chalked 


scrawl 


chalk 




squall 


dakjl or 


ai 


squawl 


dauk or 


all 


small 


dawk 


awl 


spall 


gawk 


ball 


spawl 


hawk 


bawl 


sprawl 


cawk or 


brawl 


stall 


cauk 


drawl 


tall 


calk or 


dwaulf or 


thrall 


caulk 


dwaulef 


trawl 



41 



SINGLE RHYMES, 4\1 



wall 


there with al 


ais 


waul or 


o ver haul? 


false 


wawi 


re in stall! 


halset or 


yawl 


dis in thrall! or 
dis en thrall! 


haulsef 


jack al? 
with al 


aid 


falsedf 


be fall or 
befal 


auld* 
bald 


[als, above] 


to f allf 
ben gal 

Jin gall?! || 
mis call or 


balled 
bawled 
[al, above] 
scald? 


ait 

fault 
gait* or 
gault* 
halt 


mis cal 
re call! 


un galled 
un called 


haultf 
malt 


ti cal|| 
be maul 


un palled 
un walled 


salt 
smalt 


ro mal|| 
ap pall or 
ap pal 
e paule?|| 
be scrawl 


un re called 
un ap palled 
un in stalled 
un en thralled or 


spalt 
vault 
wait? 

ex alt 


be spawl 
fore stall or 


un in thralled 


de fault 
as sault 


fore stal 


a,ldz 


ba salt? 


in stall! 


scalds? 


en vault 


un tallf 
be thrallf 
en thrall! or 


alii 

fallen? 


su per ex alt 


in thrall! 
en wall or 


be fallen? 


ftltS 

faults 


in wall 


, 


[alt, above] 
waltz 



where with al yaulp* 



SINGLE RHYMES, 



aiz 


brawn 


al co ran?|| 


balls 


chaunf 


un with drawn 


[al, above] 


dawn 




smalls 


drawn 


&nch 




faun 


maunch? 


am 


fawn 


paunch? 


aam|| or 


flawnt 


raunch! 


aume|| or 


gawn* 




awm 


gone? 


ftiicht 


dawmlj 


khan? || or 


maunched? 


haulm or 


kaun|| or 


[anch, above] 


halm or 


kan?|| or 




haum 


kawn|| 


and 


jaum* 


lawn 


awned 


qualm? 


pawn 


[an, above] 


paumf 


paune[| 


laund?f or 


shawm or 


prawn 


lawndf 


shalm 


shawn* 


maund? 


walmf 


spawn 






yawn 


un pawned 


i mam?H or 






i maum|| 


un drawn 


al le mande?|| 




with drawn 




(imd 


out fawn 


(Viig [ttiig] 


paumedf 


fore gone? 




walmedf 


pe can? 


angxl [ongd] 




i man? || 




&mz 


fir man?|| or 


(ings 


qualms? 


fir maun 


ou trance?|| 


[am, above] 


em pawn or 


[ans, p. 31 ] 




im pawn 




ftii 


su pawn* or 


ang^z [ftngrz] 


awn 


sup pawn* or 




aulnf 


se pawn* 


ftllS 


bawnf 




pauncef 



44 



SINGLE RHYMES, 



Hilt 


for 


Mes si dor| 


daunt? 


cor| 


ob li gor 


flaunt? 


quar* 


ap pel lor 


gaunt? 


mliorrf 


nom i nor? 


haunt? 


moire 1 


rouge-et-noir? I 


taunt? 


nor 


res cus sor? 


vaunt? 


knorf 


re les sor 


want? 


saur* 


leg a tor 


wa'n't 


scaur 


bu cen taur? 




Thor 


pres en toirj 


ro maunt 


tor* 


es cri toire?|| 


a taunt? 


war 


re mon toir v || 


a vaunt 


warref or 


res er vor 




waur* 


a breu voirf 


ants 




res er voir|| 


wants? 


bail or? 


man-of-war 


[ant, above] 


pay or 


cog ni zor? or 




pawn or 


cog ni sor? 


anz 


pledg or 




awns 


bou doir?|| 


re cog ni zor? or 


[an, above] 


there for 


re cog ni sor? 




ab hor 




ftP 


ar moire 1 


&rb 


scaup 


les sor? 


orb 


yaup* or 


hur toir|| 


corb 


yawp* 


mon toir?| 


corbe||f 




scru toire 


sorb 


aps 


de voir| 




scaups 




ab sorb 


[ap, above] 


in dors or? or 


re sorb 




en dors or? 




W 


mort gage or 


re ab sorb 


or 


as sign or 




dor 


con sign or? 


arbd 


dorrf 


com pra dor|| 


orbed 



SINGLE RHYMES, &rbd fll'k 



45 



[arb, above] ac cord 





dis cord? 


forge? 


dis orbed 


con cord? 


gorge 




re cord? 


George 


un ab sorbed 


un cord 


storge?j| 




re mordf 




arbz 


a ward 


dis gorge 


orbs 


re ward 


en gorge or 


[arb, above] 




in gorge 




bel-ac cordf 


re gorge 


arch 






scorch 


su per re ward 


o ver gorge 


torch 








ardz 


arjd 


archt 


chords 


gorged 


scorched 


cords 


[arj, above] 


[arch, above] 


[ard, above] 








en gorged 


un scorched 


arf 


un gorged 




dwarf 




ard 


wharf 


un dis gorged 


ordf 


corf 




bordt 




ark 


dorredf 


be dwarf 


orcf or 


fiord?] 




orkt or 


gordf 


arfs 


orchf 


chord 


dwarfs 


fork 


cord 


[arf, above] 


cork 


lord 




stork 


sord?t 


arft 


torque|| or 


sward 


dwarfed 


tore 


ward 


[arf, above] 


wark 


warred 







un cork 



ab horred 



morgue|| 



3* 



SIX<;LE KIIYMES, ftrks jirml 



CVrks 


per form 


*\rn 


forks 


re form 


ornf 


[ark, above] 


trans form 


born 




un f ormf 


dorn 


flrkt 


be storm 


horn 


forked 


out storm 


corn 


[ark, above] 


up swarmf 


lorn 


torqued? 




morn 




mis in form 


sorn 


an 


un con f ormf 


scorn 


orle 


mis re form 


thorn 


wharlf 


re trans form 


warn 


whorl? 






schorl 1 or 


a rm (I 


sub orn 


shod 


formed 


un born 




[arm, above] 


a dorn 


arid 




dis horn 


whorled? 


un formed 


for lorn 




un stormed 


be scornf 


arlz 


un warmed 


out scorn 


whorls? 




fore warn 


[arl, above] 


un de formed 


pre warn 




un in formed 




rm 


pre con formed 


re-a dorn 


form? 


un con formed 


o ver cornf 


corm 


un per formed 




norm 


un re formed 


fti'iitl 


storm 


un trans formed 


horned 


swarm 




[arn, above] 


warm 


ftrmtli 






warmth 


un horned 


de form 




un scorned 


; n form 


ftrmz 


un warned 


con form 


storms 




mis form 


[arm, above] 


un sub orned 



SINGLE RHYMES, 



47 



un a domed 


scorcef 


swart 




torse 


tort 


a,rnz 




thwart 


horns 


en dorse or 


wart 


[arn, above] 


in dorse 




norns|| 


un horse 


a bort 




pre morse? or 


de hortf 


a r p 


pra3 morse? 


ex hort 


dorpf 


re morse 


es cort? 


wharp* 


dex trorse? 


a mort 


thorp 


ex trorse 


as sort 


warp 


in trorse 


be sort 




re trorse 


con sort? 


un warp 




de tort 




a,rsk 


dis tort 


a,rps 


torsk 


ex tort 


corpse 




in tort 


warps 


ftrst 


con tort 


[arp, above] 


horsed 


re tort 




[ars, above] 


a thwart 


a,rpt 




re sort 


warped 


ad dorsed 




[arp, above]- 


re morsedf 


o ver thwart? 


ab sorpt 


un en dorsed or 


f o li o mort 




un in dorsed 




dorsef 


art 


north 


gorse 


ortf 


swarth 


gorcef 


bort 




horse 


quart? 


artlis 


corse? 


mort 1 - 


norths 


morse 


sort 


swarths 


Norse 


short 




scorse?f or 


snort 





40 



SINGLE RHYMES, ftl'tllt fttllS 



ftrtht 


hoi o caust? 


up brought f 


northed 




un fought 




asts 


un fraught 


arts 


ex hausts 


un caught 


orts 


[ast, above] 


up caught? 


[art, above] 




ar raught 


quarts 


ftt 


be wrought f 


quartz 


aught 


in wrought 


shorts 


ought 


out wrought 




bought? 


un wrought 


arvz 


brought 


be sought 


wharves 


fought 


un sought 




fraught 


be straughtf 


. arz 


ghat|| or 


be taughtf 


sors|| 


ghaut|| 


un taught 


wars 


groat 


be thought 


[or, p. 44] 


haughtf or 


fore thought? 




hautf 


me thought 


de horsjl 


caught 


un thought 


qua torzejl 


naught 


dis traught 




nought 


ex traughtf 


as 


wrought 




hawse? 


raughtf 


un der wrought 


haussell 


roughtf 


o ver wrought 


paas* 


sought 


un be sought 


sauce 


straughtf 




[os, p. 126] 


taught 


ath 




taut 


wrath? 


ast 


thought 


wroth? 


haustf 


thaughtf 


swath 


sauced 


vautf 


[5th, p. 128] 


[ost, p. 127] 


waucht* or 






waught* 


aths 


ex haust 




wraths? 




un bought 


swaths 



SINGLE RHYMES, 



[Sths, p. 128] 


dree* 


stee* 




drie* 


tea 


&ts 


fee 


the?i" 


groats 


flea 


thee?t 


[at, above] 


flee 


me? 




free 


ffiee? 


az 


ghee|| 


three 


braws* 


glee 


tree 


gauze 


greet 


we 


hawse? 


he 


wee 


cause 


gee or 


ye 


caws 


jee 


yea? 


[a, p. 39] 


key 




clause 


quay? 


al be or 


claws 


kee* 


al bee 


pause 


quef 


bau bee* or 


paws 


cleef 


baw bee* 


yaws 


lea 


jam beet 




lee 


un bet 


be cause 


ley? 


de bris|| 


ap plause 


me 


gran dee 




mi|| 


Chal dee 


self-ap plause 


net 


Cul dee 




knee 


on dit?l| 


azd 


pea 


bail ee 


paused 


peet 


debt ee 


[az, above] 


plea 


draw ee 




ree 


goat ee 


un caused 


rei 


coach ee 




sea 


pay ee 


e 


see 


pawn ee 


be 


sill 


pledg ee 


bee 


she 


vouch ee 


blea 


scree* 


feof fee? 


bleef 


spree 


pon ghee|| 



50 


SINGLE RHYMES, 


e 


Thug gee 


tou pee or 


Bel oo che or 


agree 


tou pet?|| 


Bel oo chee 


a gre||t 


warn pee 


par a dis|| 


de gree 


bo ree? 


de fen deet 


con greet 


do ree? 


seb un dee?|| 


bo hea 


gauche rie|| 


in diet ee 


spa hee?|| or 


cho ree 


trans fer ee 


spa lii?|| 


jacque rie|| 


bar gain ee 


te liee 


be see 


prom is ee? 


wang hee|| or 


fore see 


re leas ee 


whang hee||, &c. 


les see 


Brah man ee? or 


con ge?|| 


o'er see 


Bra man ee? 


con gee 


Par see 


mes mer ee 


o gee 


pre cis|| 


gar nish ee 


pon gee 


sy cee|| 


ap point ee 


sub jee|| 


gran tee 


dis seiz ee 


mar quee|| or 


cut tee 


as sign ee 


mar kee? 


mes tee or 


con sign ee 


ra kee|| 


mus tee 


ref er ee 


de cree 


pat tee or 


rev er ie?j| 


alee 


pa tee 


ad vow ee 


be lee 


pon tee 


av ow ee or 


mam mee 


se tee 


a vow ee 


sal mis|| 


set tee 


al ien ee 


a knee 


sut tee 


char iot ee? 


do nee 


trus tee 


rat a na?|| 


Paw nee 


cor vee|| 


o ver free 


ra nee|| or 


app ui|| 


dis a gree 


ran nee|| 


et ui|| or 


re-a gree 


coo pee 


et wee 


ped i gree? 


cou pee?|| 


enn ui|| 


mort ga gee 


rap pee 


f u see 


per i gee? 


rom pee 


ra zee 


ob li gee 


ru pee 


bou gie?|| 


ap o gee? 


ta pis?|| 




ref u gee 






SINGLE KHTMES, 6 GCll 5 


sel va gee 


Ash an tee 


co-leg a tee 


ju bi lee? 


guar an tee 


ded i ca tee 


Ben ga lee? 


rep ar tee 


mag net i zeef 


ap pel lee 


pat en tee 


re cog ni see? or 


con fir mee 


pres en tee 


re cog ni zee? 


nom i nee 


muf f e tee* 




res i gnee 


al lot tee? 


dis con tin u ee 


cramp o nee|| 


com mit tee? 


in ter ro ga teej 


cap a pie|| 


per mit tee 




cal i pee 


dev o tee 


eb 


ep o pee? 


pic o tee or 


glebe 


bel-es prit|| 


pick et tee 


grebe 


beaux-es prits|| 


war ran tee 




con fer ree 


ar res tee* 


ebz 


san ga ree 


ab sen tee 


glebes 


rap pa ree or 


vis-a~-vis|| 


grebes 


rap a ree 


eau-de-vie|| 




ex pi ree 


point d'app ui|| 


ecli 


pot-pour ri|| 


Mec ca wee 


beach 


co te rie?|| 


dev i see 


beech 


f ric as see 


cog ni see? or 


bleach 


in dor see 


cog ni zee? 


breach 


res cus see 


bour geoi sie?|| 


breech 


co-les see 




each 


re les see 


sur ren der ee 


keechf 


li cen see 


ex am in ee 


cleche?[ 


sans-sou ci|| 


cov e nant ee 


queachf 


di vor cee 


char i ot ee? 


leach 


o ver see 


pe ti tion ee 


leech 


deb au chee|| 


im par son ee 


meech or 


ab a tis?|| or 


ma chi cou lis|| 


meach 


ab at tis?|| 


co-nom i nee 


peach 


leg a tee 


11 lu mi nee 


pleach 


man a tee|| or 


jig ga ma ree 


preach 


man a ti|| 


cha ri va ri|| 


reach 



SINGLE KHYMES, CCll 



retch? 


deed 


teadf or 


screech 


feed 


tedef 


sleetch 


freed 


tweed 


speech 


[e, above] 


weed 


teach 


glede or 


yeadf or 


teache 


glead 


yedef 




gleedf 




un breech? 


greed 


be bleedf 


ap peachf 


heed 


in breed 


im peach or 


keyed 


up breed 


em peachf 


creed 


in deed 


out preach 


lead? 


mis deed 


fore reach 


mead 


un feed ' 


out reach 


Mede 


un freed 


be seech 


meed 


a greed 


mis teach 


need 


re gredef 


un teach 


knead 


mis lead 




kneed 


up leadf 


o ver reach 


peedf 


im pede 




plead 


stam pede 


edit 


predef 


im plead or 


beached 


read? 


em plead 


[ech, above] 


redef 


mis plead 




reed 


re plead 


un bleached 


cede 


je reed|| or 


un preached 


seed 


je rid|| or 


un reached 


seid?|| 


dje rid|| 




skeed 


mis read 


un im peached 


screed 


out redef 




skreed 


ac cede 


ed 


snead* or 


dis cede 


bead 


sneed* 


ex ceed 


bleed 


speed 


con cede 


bredet 


steed 


pre cede 


breed 


Swede 


pro ceed? 



SttfGLE RHYMES, eel 



re cede 


neaf f or 


treaguef 


se cede 


nieff 


tweagt 


sue ceed 


neif 


tweaguet 


out speed 


neife 






prieff 


be leaguef 


in ter breed 


reef 


in league 


o ver breed 


sheaf 


col league? 


o ver feed 


thief 


re nege?f 


un de creed 




sa rigue?|| 


in va lid? 


en feoff? 


fa tigue 


in va lide|| 


be lief 


sque teague 


in ter plead or 


re lief 


in triguejl 


en ter plead 






coun ter plead 


dis be lief 


o ver fa tigue 


su per sede 


fore be lief 




T e tro cede or 


mis be lief 


egrcl 


ret ro cede 


un be lief 


leagued 


in ter cede 


bas re lief 


[eg, above] 


edz 


efs 


un fa tigued 


beads 


briefs 




[ed, above] 


chiefs 


egz 


needs 


[ef, above] 


leagues 






[eg, above] 


ef 


be lief s 




beef 




ej 


brief 


eft 


liege 


chief 


leafed 


siege 


deaf? 


[ef, above] 


tigejl 


feoff? 






fief 


eg 


o blige? 


grief 


briguet 


re nege?f 


leaf 


feaguef 


as siegef 


lief or 


league 


be siege 


leeff 


Teague 





54 SINGLE KHYMES, ej el 


dis o blige? 


seek 


be seekf 




sekef 


ca cique|| 


ejd 


sheik? || or 


re seek 


siegedf 


sheikh? || or 


be speak 


[ej, above] 


scheik?|| 


mis speak 




shriek 


out speak 


o bliged? 


screak 


re speak 


[Ijd, p. 85] 


squeak 


un speak 




sleek 


an tiquell 


ek 


sneak 


cri tique|| 


beak 


sneek* 


pra tique?|| 


bleak 


speak 


be zique|| 


cheek 


steek* 


phy sique|| 


eke or 


streak 


ca zique|| or 


eekt or 


streekf 


ca zic|| 


eekef 


teak or 




feakf 


teekf 


o ver speak 


fleak 


tweak 


o ver weak 


freak 


weak 




gleekf 


week 


eks 


Greek 




beaks 


keek* 


ca ique?l| 


[ek, above] 


clique|| 


a leak 


Sikhs or 


creak 


bel lique||t 


Seiks 


creek 


ob lique?|| 




leak 


re lique||t 


ekt 


leek 


sa lique?|| 


beaked 


meek 


si lique?|| 


[ek, above] 


meakf 


un meek 


cheeked 


peak 


cli nique|| 




peek 


u nique|| 


un wreaked 


pique|| 


a peak 




reek 


ap plique|| 


el 


wreak 


a reek 


beal 


reakf 


be wrekef 


deil* 



SINGLE EHYMES, el eld 



55 



deal 


veal 


im be cile? 


eel 


velef 


coun ter seal 


feel 


weal 


cli en tele||t 


heal 


weelf 


un gen teel 


heel 


yeelf 


car o teel 


helef 


zeal 


com mon weal? 


wheal 






wheel 


a bele 


eld 


gealf 


mo bile?|| 


beeld* or 


jeelil 


pro file? 


bield* 


keel 


un healf 


eildf 


creel 


un helef 


field 


leal* 


en wheel or 


healed 


meal 


in wheel 


[el, above] 


kneel 


con geal 


neeldf 


nealt 


va keel|| 


peeled 


neelef 


a nelet 


pieled 


peal 


an neal 


shield 


peel 


che nille|| 


weald 


piel 


ap peal 


wield 


reel 


re peal 


yield 


seal 


en seal 




ceil 


en seel 


afield 


seel 


con ceal 


in field? 


sheal* or 


un seal 


un peeled 


shiel* 


bas tile?j| 


un reeled 


skeel* 


gen teel 




squeal 


pas tille|| 


un con gealed 


steal 


re veal 


un a neledf 


steel 


Bra zil?|| or 


un an nealed 


stelef 


Bra sil? 


un re pealed 


sweal 




un con cealed 


teal 


coun ter wheel 


un re vealed 


teil 


coch i neal? 




tweel 


manch i neel 





56 



SINGLE RHYMES, elclz en 



eldz 


scheme 


dis es teem 


fields 


scream 


mis es teem v* 


[eld, above] 


steam 


self-es teem 


healds 


steemf 






stream 


emci 


elz 


team 


beamed 


feels 


teem 


[em, above] 


[el, above] 


theme 








un dreamed 


em 


a beam 




beam 


ad deemf 


un re deemed 


bleyme 


fore deemf 




bream 


mis deem 


emz 


bremet 


re deem 


beams 


deem 


out dream 


[em, above] 


deme 


bias pheme 




disme||t 


be nemef 


me seemsf 


dream 


su preme 




eamef or 


be seem 


en 


emef 


en seam or 


bean 


fleam or 


in seam 


been? 


phleme 


mis seem 


bleinf 


gleam 


ra ceme? 


dean 


beam 


un seam 


digne||t 


cream 


un seemf 


e'en 


quemef 


be teemf 


ean 


learn 


es teem 


eenf 


lemef 


cen time|| 


glean 


pegmf 


dis tream 


gleenf 


ream 


ex treme 


glene?|| 


reamef 


re gime|! 


green 


reem|| 




keen 


reimjl 


ac a deme 


clean 


seam 


mis be seem 


queen 


seem 


un be seem 


quean 





SINGLE KIIYMES, 


en 


lean 


sar dine? || 


ter rene 


lien? 


sor dine? 


tu reen or 


mean 


sub dean 


ter reent 


mesne|| 


un dine 


be seent 


mien 


tre phine?|| 


Es sene 


meinef 


cha green or 


fas cine || 


plenef 


sha green 


fore seen 


preen 


un greenf 


cas sine|| 


seen 


be guine|| 


con signe|| 


scene 


ru gine?|| 


Ni cene? 


seine or 


sa gene or 


ob scene 


seanf 


sa jene 


un seen 


sphene 


nan keen 


ma chine || 


sheen 


ze chin? 


be screen 


schenell 


un clean 


can teen 


skean* or 


un queen 


po teen or 


skene* or 


ba leen 


pot teen or 


skeine* or 


mou line|| 


po theent 


skeyne* 


mousse linel| 


rat teen 


screen or 


sea lene 


rou tine || 


skreenf 


up leant 


ton tine|| 


spleen 


de mean 


a tweent 


steen or 


de mesne? 


be tween 


steant 


ve nenet 


poi trine|| 


strenef 


chiop pint 


ad venet 


teenf 


cho pin? 


e venet 


teine 


cho pine| 


con vene 


threne 


im pregnt 


pre venet 


treenf 


ca reen 


ra vine|| 


visne?|| 


ca renet 


sub vene 


wean 


ma rine|| 


sur venet 


ween 


mo reen 


al iene 


yean 


se rene 


cui sine|| 




si rene|| 




ca dene]) 


squi reen 


gab ar dine 



57 



58 



SINGLE RHYMES, eil 



gab er dine 


guil lo tine?|| 


f ndz 


hab er dine? 


har ra teen 


fiends 


hal low een 


Lo ret tine 


teinds* 


Tu nis ine 


bea ver teen? 




tab or ine? 


re con vene 


eiiz 


vel vet een 


su per vene 


beans 


wol ver ene or 


in ter vene 


[en, above] 


wol ver ine 


con tra vene 


greens 


car ra geen or 


un der weenf 


means 


car ri geen 


o ver ween 


teens 


fel la hin?|| 


mag a zine 




pal an keen|| or 


bom ba zine or 


ep 


pal an quin|| 


bom ba sin|| or 


cheap 


dam as keen 


bom ba sine 


cheep 


Mai lor quine 


ar mo zeen or 


deep 


o ver clean 


ar mo zine 


heap 


mis demean 




keep 


phil ip pine? 


ul tra ma rine 


clepef 


maz a rine|| 


su per ter renef 


creep 


Naz a rene 




leap 


tain bou rine|| 


flu vi o-ma rine 


neap 


tim bu rinef 


sa li no-ter rene 


nepe 


man da rin|| 




peep or 


Al ge rine 


eiicl 


piept 


sub ma rine 


fiend 


reap 


trans ma rine 


gleaned 


seep* 


Pal my rene 


[en, above] 


sheep 


pis ta reen 


teendt 


sleep 


bal za rine?|| 




sneap 


par a scene 


un gleaned 


steep 


un fore seen 


un screened 


sweep 


o ver seen 


un spleened 


threap* 


mat a chin?|| 


un weaned 


weep 


cap u chin 






quar an tine? 


un con vened 


out leap 



SINGLE RHYMES, 



59 



bo peep 


blear 


cere 


a sleep 


cheer 


sphere 


out sleep 


dear 


shear 


in steep 


deer 


sheer 


en sweep 


deref 


shire? 


es trepe 


drear 


skleref 


be weepf 


ear 


smear 


out weep 


fear 


smeir 




feeref or 


sneer 


un der keep 


feref or 


spear 


o ver leap 


pheerf 


speer* or 


un der peepf 


fleer or 


spere* 


o ver sleep 


flearf 


steer 




gear 


tear? 


eps 


geer 


tier 


heaps 


hear 


tweer or 


[ep, above] 


here 


twier 




heer 


veer 


ept 


jeer 


vire|| 


heaped 


keir 


weir or 


[ep, above] 


clear 


wear? or 


leaped? 


queer 


wier 


reaped? 


leer 


were?f 




learf 


year 


up heaped? 


leref 




be neaped 


mere 


um breref or 


un reaped 


mear 


um brieref 


un steeped 


meer 


up cheer 


un weepedf 


near 


en dear or 




peer 


in dearf 


er 


pier 


voir dire || or 


beer 


rear 


voire dire|| 


bier 


sear 


ma drier?|| 


bear?* or 


seer? 


cash ier . 


bere* 


sere 


pick eer or 



60 SINGLE RHYMES, el* 


piqu eer 


mon sieur?|| 


ey let eer 


af f earf 


plan ceer 


wal let eer 


af f eer 


pro ceref 


ser mon eer 


y f eref 


red sear 


son net eer 


un fear 


sin Cere 


can non eer or 


un gear 


en sphere or 


can non ier 


ad here 


in sphere 


pul pit eer 


fore hear 


un sphere 


gar ret eer 


in here 


be smear 


can eel ier 


jag hire|| 


up spearf 


auc tion eer 


ca hier?| 


aus tere 


trun cheon eer 


co here 


fron tier? 


moun tain eer 


myn heer|) 


bre vier|| 


f u sil eer or 


mis hear 


ea viare? 


fu sil ier 


re hear 


la veerf 


in ter fere 


fa kir?|| or 


re vere 


o ver hear 


fa quir|| 


se vere 


chan ti cleer? 


un clear 


vi zier?|| or 


gas a Her 


e mir?|| or 


vi zir?|| 


cav a Her 


e meer|| 




chev a Her 


chi mere 


brig a dier 


cor de Her 


a nearf 


gren a dier 


chan de Her 


de nier|| 


pet ar dier or 


ban do Her or 


souve nir?| 


pet ar deer 


ban de Her 


ve neer 


bom bar dier 


gon do Her 


ap pear 


bel ve deref 


dou a nier|| 


beau peer?! || 


ba ya dere?|| 


car bi neer 


com peer 


hal berd ier 


muf fi neer 


out peer 


In dian eer? 


chif fo nier?|| 


ar rear 


pam phlet eer 


en gi neer 


ar riere|| 


tar get eer or 


buc ca neer or 


ca reer 


tar get ier 


hue a nier 


up rear 


mus ket eer 


dom i neer 


fore seer 


cir cult eer 


cap o niere|| 


gla cier?l| 


waist coat eerf 


pi o neer 



KHYME8, er 



tim o neer 


erd 


en pierce? 


bar po neer 


beard? 


im pierce? 


mu ti neer 


bleared 


trans pierce? 


scru ti neer 


[er, above] 




pon to nier or 


meeredf 


o ver fierce? 


pon ton nier|| 


weird 




dis ap pear 




erst 


re-ap pear 


un cheered 


pierced? 


fin an cier 


a feardt 


[ers, above] 


cui ras sier 


un feared 




in sin cere 


un peered 


ua 'pierced? 


un sin ceref 


un reared 




o ver seer 


un seared 


ert 


tab a sheer 


un steered 


peart or 


can di teer 


re vered 


peert 


gaz et teer 






mu le teer 


un en deared 


erz 


vol un teer 


un re vered 


jeers 


pri va teer 




jears 


per se vere 


erdz 


shears 


un se veref 


beards? 


[er, above] 




weirds* 




sub-brig a dier 




es 


In di an eer? 


erj 


fleece 


ar que bus ier or 


cierge?|| 


geese 


liar que bus ier 


[firzh, p. 12] 


grease? 


gon fa Ion ier 




greecef or 


par lia ment eerf 


ern 


griecef 


char i ot eer? 


dearn?f 


gris||t 


e lee tion eer 




crease 


car a van eer 


ers 


creese 


trench-cav a lier 


fierce? 


lease? 


bas-chev a lier|| 


pierce? 


mease? 


con ge d'e lire|| 


tierce? 


mise|| 


car a bi neer 


[urs, p. 166] 


niece 




4 





6& SINGLE RHYMES, SS Sit' 


peace 


f ron tis piece 


mo distell 


piece 


pre de cease? 


bat iste|| 


cease 




north-east or 


speecef 


Sal a man quese? 


north-east 






south-east or 


o bese 


esli 


south-east 


be grease? 


keesh 


out feast 


es quisse|| 


leash 


un leased 


de crease 




un priest f 


in crease? or 


un leash 


ar tiste|| 


en crease 


bak shish?|| or 




mi licelt 


bak sheesh?| or 


un in creased 


pe lisse| 


buk sheesh?||, &c. 




po lice|| 




ests 


re lease 


esht 


beasts 


sub lease 


leashed 


[est, above] 


va lise?|| 






Chi nese? 


un leashed 


et 


[ez, p. 65] 




beat 


pu nese? 


est 


beet 


a piece 


beast 


bleat 


dis peace 


east 


bleit?* 


im prese 


feast 


cheat 


ca price 


fleeced 


cheet 


de cease 


[es, above] 


eat 


gla cis? || 


geest 


feat 


sau cisse?|| 


queest 


feet 


sur cease 


least 


fleet 




priest 


gleet 


Si am ese? 


ceased 


greet 


Por tu guese? 


seest? 


heat 


re-in crease 


[e, p. 49] 


wheat 


un der lease? 


yeast? 


geat 


Jap a nese? 




jeatf 


man ga nese? 


un beast 


cleat 



SINGLE EHYMES, et etll 



Crete 


re greet 


es treat 


leat 


re heat 


ill-treat 


leet 


mun jeet 


mal treat or 


ineat 


ve getef 


male treat 


meet 


mes quite?!| or 


' mis treat 


mete 


mus quite?|| 


re treat 


aeat 


ac crete 


vi site] 


peat 


de creet* 




plait? or 


de cretef 


o ver eat 


pleat 


dis creet 


o ver heat 


reatef 


dis crete 


in dis creet 


reitt 


ex crete 


in dis crete 


Beat 


con crete? - 


un dis creetf 


sheet or 


se crete 


o ver neat 


sheatf 


e lite|| 


mis re peat 


skeet 


de lete 


in com plete 


schreight 


be mete 


un com pletef 


sleet 


un meet 


sub te rete 


speetf 


ap petef 


self -de ceit 


street 


com pete 


mis con ceit 


sweet 


re peat 


pre con ceit 


suite] 


com plete 


self -con ceit 


teat 


re plete 


mis en treat 


treat 


te rete 




weetf 


de ceit 


sem i-te rete 




dis seat 


e vil-en treatf 


he bete?f 


fa cetef 


carte-de-vi site] 


sur beatf 


con ceit 




out bleat 


re seat 


eth 


es cheat 


re ceipt 


eathf 


ex cheatf 


un seat 


greithf 


out cheat 


de suetef 


heath 


re cheat 


un sweet 


meathf 


de feat 


en treat or 


wreath? 


ef fete 


in treatf 


sheath 



SINGLE RHYMES, etll CV 



smeath 


be queathe 


deave* 


smeeth* 


be neath? 


deve* 


sneath* 


en wreathe or 


deev|| 


teeth? 


in wreathe 


eave 




un wreathe 


eve 


un eath?f or 


in sheathe 


greave 


un neth?f 


un sheathe 


grieve 


be neath? 




greeve* 




un der neath? 


heave 


un der neath? 


o ver seethe 


keeve or 






kieve 


eths 


efTul 


cleave 


heaths 


breathed 


leave 


|eth, above] 


[eth, above] 


lieve 






levef 


un nethest 


un breathed 


naevef 




mis sheathed 


prevef or 


effr 




prievef 


beathf 


in ter wreathed 


reeve or 


breathe 




revet 


meathef 


etfiz 


reavet 


wreath? 


breathes 


seavef 


wreathe 


[eth, above] 


sheave 


seethe 


wreaths? 


shrievef 


sheathe 


wreathes 


sleave 


sneathe* 




sleeve 


teeth? 


ets 


steeve 


teathe* 


seats 


steve 




[et, above] 


thieve 


in breathe 




theave* 


out breathe 


ev 


threavef 


re breathe 


beevef 


vive?|| 


up breathef 


breve 


weave 


un eath?t 


chie^ef or 


yevef 


be queath or 


chevef 





SINGLE RHYMES, CV 3Z 


a chieve 


un a chieved 


wheeze 


ag gileve 


un re lieved 


creaze 


up heave 


un re prieved 


quese 


be lieve 


self -de ceiv,ed 


lees 


be leavef 


un con ceived 


lease?f 


re lieve 


un per ceived 


leesef 


re prieve 


un re ceived 


mease? 


be reave 




miseiif 


un reavef 


evz 


neesef 


un reeve 


beeves 


peas 


de ceive 


eaves 


pease 


con ceive 


[ev, above] 


pleas 


per ceive 


greaves 


please 


re ceive 


heaves 


preaset 


re trieve 


leaves 


seize 


in weave 




squeeze 


un weave 


ez 


sneeze 




bees 


teas 


dis be lieve 


[e, above] 


tease 


mis be lieve 


bise?|| 


these 


un be lievef 


breeze 


tweese or 


in ter leave 


cheese 


tweeze 


un de ceive 


ease 


vezef 


fore con ceive 


fees 




mis con ceive 


f eaze or 


dis ease 


pre con ceive 


feeze 


un easef 


mis re ceive 


pheese 


be grease? 


in ter weave 


feesef 


Luc chese 




feizef 


mar quisef 


rec i ta tive 


freeze 


tur quoise?|| or 




frieze or 


tur kois? or 


evct 


frize 


tur cois? 


grieved 


grease? 


ba lize|| 


[ev, above] 


greesf or 


va lise?|| 


sheavedf 


greezef, &c. 


che miseil 




4* 





SINGLE RHYMES, &Z C 



Ber nese 


Jap a nese? 


un pleased 


Chi nese? 


Jav a nese 


un seized 


[es, p. 61] 


Mil a nese 


un squeezed 


ap pease 


Am boy nese 




tra peze 


Mo de nese 


un ap peased 


dis please 


Si en nese 




es plees 


Vi en nese 


eb 


dis seize or 


man ga nese? 


bleb 


dis seise 


Po lo nese 


ebb 


fore seize 


Cre mo nese 


neb 


gla cis?|| 


Le o nese 


snebf 


re seize 


Ver o nese 


web 


Mai tese 


Mes si nese 




pa vise or 


o ver please 


ebd 


pa vesef 


An dor rese 


ebbed 




Fer ra rese 


[eb, above] 


Si am ese? 


Na var rese 




Ben gal ese 


re dis seize or 


un webbed 


Cey Ion ese 


re dis seise 




Ver mont ese 


Gen e vese 


ebz 


Ti mor ese 


Bo logn ese 


webs 


Gen o ese 




[eb, above] 


Tyr ol ese 


As tra khan ese 




Ton quin ese 


che val-de-frise|| 


ech 


To rin ese 


chev aux-de-frisei| 


dretchf 


As sam ese 


Sal a man quese? 


etch 


Can ton ese 




fetch 


gall iard isef 


ezd 


fletcht 


o ver frieze 


eased 


ketch 


For tu guese? 


[ez, above] 


quechf 


Nep au lese 


friezed 


letch 


- 2ja lese or 


reezedf 


lechf 


011. a lese 




retch? 


An a mese 


un eased 


wretch 


Hav a nese 


self-pleased 


sketch 



SINGLE RHYMES, cll 



67 



stetch* 


spread 


in stead 


tretch 


stead or 


un thread 


vetch 


stedf 


re tread 




ted 


un tread 


out stretch 


thread 


mis wed 




tread 


un wed 


gclit 


wed 




etched 


zedt 


go-a head 


[ech, above] 




o ver head 




a bed 


o ver spread 


un stretched 


im bed or 


un gain said? 




em bed 




d 


sur bed 


Sdtli 


bed 


un bed 


breadth 


bled 


in bred 




bred 


un bred 


eclths 


bread 


be deadf 


breadths 


dead 


un fed 




dread 


ahead 


Mz 


fed 


be head 


beds 


fled 


un head 


[ed, above} 


head 


mis led 




lead? 


un led 


Sf 


led 


dis pread 


deaf? 


ped 


unread 


feoff? 


plead or 


gain said? 


kef|| 


pled 


un said 


clef 


read? 


un shed 


neft 


red 


un sped 


chef|| 


said 


be spread 




shed 


o'er spread 


en feoff? or 


shred 


out spread 


in feoff? 


sled 


re spread 




sned* 


un spread 


efs 


sped 


be steadt 


clefs 






SINGLE RHYMES, fs k 



[f, above] 


segf 


al ledget 




skeg 


en hedgef 


eft 


steg* 




deft 


teg* 


fore al lege! 


eft 




mis al lege! 


feoffed? 
[ef , above] 


out beg 
un peg 


in ter pledge 


heft* 




Sid. 


cleft 
klephtf 
left 


begged 
[g, above] 


edged 
[Sj, above] 


reft 




un fledged 


theft 


g-z 


un hedged 


weft 


begs 


un pledged 




[eg, above] 




a leftf 




un al leged 


be reft 


<y 






dredge 


k 


un be reft 


edge 


beck 




fledge 


check 


Sfts 


hedge 


deck 


clefts 


kedge 


fleck 


[8ft, above] 


cledge 


geck 




ledge 


heck 


gf 


legef 


keck 


beg? 


pledge 


queckf 


begh?|| 


sedge 


neck 


deg* 


sledge 


kneck 


dreg 


swedge 


peck 


egg 


tedge 


reck 


keg 


wedge 


wreck 


cleg* 




sneck* 


leg 


dis edge 


speck 


leggef 


un edge 




peg 


al lege or 


un check 



8INGLE KHYMES, ek ekt 


be deck 


un per plext 


de fleet 


un deck 




in fleet 


be wreckt 


ekst 


re fleet 




flexed 


ab ject? 


coun ter check? 


[eks, above] 


de ject 




next 


e ject 


ks 


text 


in ject 


decks 




ob ject? 


[ek, above] 


con text? 


pro ject? 


flex 


pre text? 


re ject 


kex 


un vexed 


sub ject? 


lex|| 




tra ject?t 


rex|| 


un an nexed 


elect 


sex 




col lect? 


specs 


ksts 


neg lect 


vex 


texts 


pre lect 


wext 


[ekst, above] 


se lect 


yext 




hu mectt 




kt 


con nect 


in flex 


decked 


sub nectt 


re flex? 


[ek, above] 


ex pect 


an nex 


sect 


sus pect 


com plex? 


specked 


ar rect 


per plex 


'spect 


di rect 


un sex 


spechtt or 


e rect 


con text 


specktt 


cor rect 


pre text 




por rect 


re text 


un checked 


un wrecked 


con vex? 


af feet 


bi sect 




de feet 


dis sect 


dis an nex 


ef feet 


re sect 


co-an nex 


in feet 


tri sect 


re-an nex 


con feet? 


in spect 


de com plex? 


per feet? 


re spect 


in com plex? 


re f ectf 


de tect 



69 



70 



SINGLE KHYMES, ekt 



pro tect 


su per in spectt 


ga belle|| 


de trectf 




re bel? 




Skts 


um brel 


un be decked 


sects 


bar delle|| 


dis af feet 


[ekt, above] 


out dwell 


dis in feet 




ru elle||t 


re-in feet 


el 


vi elle|| 


un per fect?f 


bell 


be fell 


in ter ject 


belle|| 


re f el 


pre di lect 


dell 


ti gelle|| 


non-e lect 


dwell 


pall mall or 


pre-e lect 


ell 


pell mell 


re-e lect 


fell 


ere nelle|| 


re-col lect 


hell 


spi nel? or 


rec ol lect 


kell 


spi nelle|| 


pre se lect 


quell 


dis pel 


dis con nect 


lellf 


expel 


un ex pectt 


mellt 


impel 


un sus pectt 


knell 


com pel 


in di rect 


pell 


cu pel? 


mis di rect 


sell 


la pel 


un di rectf 


cell 


pro pel 


pre-e rect 


shell 


re pel 


re-e rect 


smell 


mo relle|| 


in cor rect 


snell 


pa relle|| 


mis cor rect 


spell 


saute relle|| 


un cor rectf 


stell* 


ex eel 


res ur rect 


swell 


cres selle|| 


in ter sect 


tell 


out sell 


re-in spect 


thefl 


pu cellell 


dis re spect 


veil* 


re sell 


self-re spect 


well 


un shell 


un re spectf 


yell 


mis spell 


in tro spect 




re spell 




de belt 


out swell 



SINGLE KHYMES, l 



71 



un swellf 


squelch! 


un re pelled 


up swell 


Welchf! 


un ex celled 


fore tell or 






fore tel 


Slcht 


eldz 


ho tel|| 


belched 


welds 


car tel?|| 


[elch, above] 


[eld, above] 


mis tell 






out tell 


ld 


Slf 


re tell 


eldf 


delf 


a velf 


felled 


elf 


re vel?f 


[el, above] 


Guelf or 


fare well? 


geld 


Guelph 


un well 


held 


pelf 


ga zelle|| 


keldf 


self 


Mo selle|| 


seldt 


shelf 




shelled 




o ver quell 


sheld* 


him self 


jar go nelle 


stelledf 


her self 


ri tor nelle 


weld 


it self 


per son nel)| 




my self 


re-ex pel 


un geld? 


our self 


non pa reil|| 


be held 


thy self 


un der sell 


up held 


us self f 


o ver sell 


with held 


your self 


o ver swell 


un quelled 




bag a telle|| 


ere nelled 


Sllfe 


im mor tellell 


la pelled 


Guelf s or 


made moi selle?l| 


un spelled 


Guelphs 


dem oi selle|| 




[elf, above] 




un be held 




ma te ri el?|| 


un up held 


elfth 


mad em oi selle?| 


un with held 


twelfth 




un dis pelled 




lch 


un ex pelled 


fifths 


belch 


un com pelled 


twelfths 



72 



SINGLE KHYMES, lk 



lk 


un helmed 


melt 


belkf 




knelt 


elk 


elmz 


pelt 


elke 


elms 


Celt 


whelk 


[Sim, above] 


smelt 


kelk* 




spelt 


spelk* 


lp 


sweltf 


welk 


help 


welt 


yelk 


whelp 






kelp 


un dealt 


Slks 


skelp 


in dwelt 


elks 


yelp 


un dweltf 


[elk, above] 




un felt 




Sips 


re melt 


Slkt 


helps 


un spelt 


whelked 


[elp, above] 




kelked* 




elth 


welked 


elpt 


health 




helped 


stealth 


Sim 


[elp, above] 


wealth 


elm 






helm 


els 


com mon wealth? 


whelm 


else 




realm 




Slths 




elsh 


healths 


dis helm 


squelsh! 


[elth, above] 


re helm 


Welsh! 




un helmt 




Sits 




elt 


belts 


o ver whelm 


belt 


[Sit, above] 




dealt 




Slmd 


dwelt 


lv 


whelmed 


felt. 


delve 


[elm, above] 


gelt 


elve 




kelt 


helve 



SINGLE RHYMES, CIV ^BttZ 1 


shelve 


con demn 


tun dreamt 


twelve 


de phlegmf 


ex empt 




be gem 


pre empt* 


un shelve 


eclegm 


per emptf 




re stem 


un kempt 


Slvd 


con temn 


at tempt 


delved 




con tempt 


[elv, above] 


pre con demn 








un ex empt 


elvz 


vi zier-a-zeml| 


re-at tempt 


delves 




o ver tempt 


[elv, above] 


md 




elves 


gemmed 


Smpts 


[elf, above] 


[em, above] 


tempts 






[empt, above] 


our selves 


un hemmed 




their selves 


un kemmedf 


Sms 


them selves 


uri wemmedf 


terns* or 


your selves 




temse* 




un con demned 




elz 


un con temned 


emt 


bells 




dreamt 


[el, above] 


Smp 


[Smpt, above] 




hemp 




Srn 


kemp 


un dreamt 


em 






'em 


Snips 


mts?[mpts; 


phlegm 


kempsf 




hem 


tempse* 


Smz 


gem 




gems 


kembf 


empt 


[em, above] 


clemf 


tdreamt 


krems or 


stem 


emptf 


crems 


them 


nemptf 


nemsjl 


wenif 


tempt 


% 




5 





74 



SINGLE RHYMES, ell 



n 


flench 


fend 


ben 


French 


friend 


brenf 


clench 


hendf 


den 


quench 


lend 


en 


wrench 


mend 


fen 


stench 


pend 


frenf 


tench 


penned 


glen 


trench 


[e*n, above] 


hen 


wench 


rend 


when 




send 


ken 


be drench 


shendt 


men 


un clench 


spend 


pen 


out quench 


tend 


ren|| 


e lench? 


trend 


wren 


in trench or 


vend 


sen 


en trench 


wend 


sken* 


re trench 


vend* 


ten 




.Zend 


then 


Siiclit 




trenf 


benched 


dis bend 


wen 


[gnch, above] 


un bend 






fag-end 


good-denf 


un blenched 


de fend 


a gain? 


un drenched 


fore fend 


a men? 


un quenched 


of fend 


im pen 


un wrenched 


be friend 


un pen 


un trenched 


un f riendf 






un kenned 


tra ge di enne?|| 


un in trenched 


a mend 


Pa ri si enne|| 




e mend 


. 


Slid 


com mend 


Snch 


bend 


ap pend 


bench 


blend 


de pend 


blench 


blende|| 


dis pendf 


drench 


end 


ex pend 



SINGLE RHYMES, eilCl eilS 


im pend 


co-ex tend 


Snjd 


pro pendf 




a venged 


per pendf 


mis ap pre hend 


[tnj, above] 


sus pend 


mis com pre hend 


ac cendf 


su per in tend 


un a venged 


as cend 




un re venged 


de scend 


end/; 




mis send 


bends 


enk 


re send 


[end, above] 


penk 


tran scend 


lends 




up send 




e lench? 


mis spend 


a mends 




at tend 




Silks 


dis tend 


11 g" 


penks 


ex tend 


kreng 




in tend 




e lenchs 


con tend 


gin seng? 




ob tendf 




ens 


por tend 


ength 


dense 


pre tend 


length 


fence 


pro tendf 


strength 


flense 


sub tend 




hence 


sol vendf 


a length 


whence 




un strengthf 


mensef 


o ver bend 




pence 


ap pre hend 


Sngths 


sense 


com pre hend 


lengths 


cense 


dep re hend 


strengths 


sens* 


rep re hend 




tense 


dis com mend 


Snj 


thence 


rec om mend 


mengef 




re-as cend 


vengef 


con dense 


con de scend 




de fence or 


re de scend 


a venge 


de fense 


rep e tend 


re venge 


of fence or 



75 



76 SINGLE EHYMES, eilS Silt 


of f ense 


a nenstf 


un bent 


un fence 


fore nenstf 


in dent 


im mense . 


un sensedf 


un kentf 


com mence 




fre quent? 


ap. pense 


un con densed 


re lent 


dis pense 


un dis pensed 


un lent 


ex pence or 


un in censed 


aug ment? 


ex pense 




de ment 


com pensef 


nt 


f o ment 


pre pense 


bent 


f er ment? 


pro pense 


blent 


com ment? 


sus pense 


brent 


la ment 


in cense? 


dent 


ce ment? 


con sensef 


drentf 


un meant 


re censef 


gent 


a nent* 


in tense 


hentf 


re pent 


pre tence or 


queintf 


up pentf 


pre tense 


lent 


un rent 


pro tensef 


meant 


ab sent? 


sub tense 


mentf 


ac cent? 




pent 


as cent 


re con dense 


rent 


as sent 


self -de fence or 


sent 


de scent 


self -de f ense 


cent 


dis sent 


re com mence 


scent 


con cent 


re-in cense 


shentf 


con sent 




slentf 


mis sent 


Snst 


spent 


out scent 


fenced 


splent 


re sent? 


[ens, above] 


sprentf 


un sent 


'gainst? 


stent 


un shentf 


penn'st 


tent 


fore spentf 


[eX above] 


vent 


mis spent 




went 


o'er spent 


a gainst? 




un spent 



RHYMES, 



be sprent 


nth 


steppe || 


at tentf 


nth or 




de tent 


enth 


sa lep? 


ex tent 


tenth 


mis step 


in tent 




out step 


con tent? 


nths 




os tent 


tenths 


o ver step 


por tent 


[enth, above] 




re tent 




ps 


un tentf 


ents 


seps|| 


e vent 


bents 


steps 


in vent 


[ent, above] 


[ep, above] 


con vent? 






pre vent 


con teats? 


Spt 


out went 




kept 


pre sent? 


enz 


crept 


re sent? 


dens 


leaped? 




[8n, above] 


reaped? 


un fre quent?f 


ens|| 


sept* 


re fo ment 


cleanse 


slept 


re fer ment? 


lens 


stepped 


o ver rent 




[&p, above] 


re-as cent 


Va len ci ennes] 


swept 


pre con sent 




wept 


o ver spent 


enzd 




dis con tent 


cleansed 


a dept 


mis con tent 




in ept 


non-con tent 


un cleansed 


un kept 


cir cum vent 




7 clept 


un der went 


Sp 


ac cept 


o ver went 


hep 


ex cept 


rep re sent 


nep 


out ceptf 




rep 


out slept 


mis rep re sent 


skep* 


un slept 




step 


un swept 



SINGLE KttYMES, pt es 



be weptf 


ca bessel! 


se cessf 


unwept 


no blesse?|| or 


sue cess 




no bless? 


dis tress 


in ter cept 


fron desce 


pa vessel 


o ver slept 


ad dress 


pos sess? 




re dress 




Spth 


un dress? 


re-ad dress 


depth 


qui esce 


o ver dress 




con fess 


ac qui esce 


pths 


pro fess 


o pal esce 


depths 


mis guess 


mis pro fess 




ag gress 


del i quesce 


Spts 


di gress 


co a lesce 


a depts 


e gress? 


gen ti lesseJIf 


[Spt, above] 


in gress? 


con va lesce 




pro gress? 


in tu mesce 


S 


re gress? 


ev a nesce 


bless 


trans gress 


re-im press 


chess 


tur gescef 


o ver press 


dessf 


un less 


ef flo resce 


dress 


de press 


phos pho resce 


f ess or 


ex press 


re-ac cess 


fesse|| 


im press? 


dis pos sess? 


guess 


com press? 


pre pos sess? 


ghessf 


op press 


re pos sess? 


cress 


re press 


un sue cessf 


less 


sup press 


pol i tesse|| 


mess 


du ress 


ef fer vesce 


press 


ca ress 


dis pos sess? 


sessf 


ac cess? 


[see above] 


cessf 


as sess 




stress 


ex cess 


nev er the less 


tress 


ob sessf 




yes? 


pos sess? 


sh 




re cess 


flesh 



SINGLE EHTMES, 



CSt 



79 



fresh 


pic tu resque 


pressed 


mesh 


gi gan tesque|| 


prest 


neshf 




rest 


pleshf 


un pic tu resque 


wrest 


thresh 




cestf 




sks 


test 


un flesh 


desks 


teste 


a fresh 


[gsk, above] 


vest 


re fresh 




west 


in mesh or 


eskt 


yeast?f or 


en meshf or 


deskedf 


yestf 


im mesh 




zest 


se cesh 


bur lesqued 








un blessed or 


sht 


st 


un blest 


fleshed 


best 


a breast 


[sh, above] 


blessed? or 


out breast 




blest 


en chest or 


un threshed 


breast 


in chest 




brest 


in f est 


un re freshed 


chest 


con f essed or 




dressed or 


con fest 


sk 


drest 


un guessed 


desk 


guessed 


be hest 




[es, above ] 


di gest? 


bur lesque|| 


guest 


in gestt 


mo resquell or 


hestf 


con gest 


mau resque or 


jest 


out jest 


mo resk 


gestf 


re gestf 


gro tesquell 


kestt 


sug gest? 




crest 


in crestf 


ar a besquel] 


quest 


ac quest 


Ho man esque]| 


lest 


be quest 


plat er esque 


nest 


re quest 


stat u esque 


pest 


mo lest 



SO SINGLE RHYMES, CSt t 


fu nestf 


un op pressed 


let 


mo nestf 


un re pressed 


met 


ap pressed or 


un sup pressed 


mettf 


ap prest 


re-ar rest 


net 


im pressed 


un ca ressed 


pet 


im prest? 


un as sessed 


ret 


un pressed 


self-pos sessed? 


set 


ar rest 


un pos sessed? 


sett 


un rest 


re in vest 


snet* 


at test 


cir cum vest 


spetf 


de test 


self-pos sessed? 


sweat 


con test? 


un pos sessed? 


swetf 


ob testf 




threat 


pro test? 


un pre pos sessed? 


tret 


un tressed 




wet 


di vest or 


sts 


yet 


de vest 


chests 




in vest 


[est, above] 


a bet 


re vest 




bar bette|| 


north-west or 


t 


sher bet?|| 


north-west 


bet 


sur betf 


south-west or 


blet 


sou brette|| 


south-west 


bret* 


bi det?|| 




brett 


in debt 


un ad dressed 


debt 


ca det 


un re dressed 


ate? 


ve dette|| or 


un con f essed 


fetf 


vi dette 


un pro fessed 


fletf 


pou drette|| 


re di gest 


fret 


du et 


un de pressed 


frett 


re fretf 


un ex pressed 


get 


ba guette|| 


un im pressed 


heat 


be get 


ob com pressed 


whet 


for get 


sub-corn pressed 


jet 


un get 


un com pressed 


ket 


ai grette|| or 



SINGLE EHYMES, t 


e grette 


ar ret?|| 


sa yette|| 


re gret 


bu rette|| 


vign ette?|| 


au get?|| 


cu rettell 


ga zetf 


ver gette|| 


lo rette|| 


ga zette|| 


ban quette|| 


chev rette|j 


gri settej| 


blan quetteil 


bas set? or 


mu settejl 


co quet|| 


bas sette|| 


noi sette|| 


co quetteil 


be set 


ro sette|| 


par quet?|| or 


dan cette 




par quette|| 


fa cette|| 


cig ar ette 


pi quet?|| 


fal sette 


bob bin et? 


pi quetteil 


in set? 


ou bli ette?|| 


a lette 


cros sette|| 


nov el ette 


bou let|| 


mis set 


sil hou ette?|| 


fore let 


re set 


ar i ette 


out let? 


un set 


wag on ette 


re let 


up set? 


pir ou ette|| 


rou lette|| 


with setf 


ser vi ette|| 


sub let 


bro chettell 


vel ver et 


toi lette|| 


four chettell 


es ta fet or 


va let?|| 


plan chettell 


es ta f ette || 


f u mettell 


un sweatf 


un be get 


sa mettef 


quar tet or 


vin ai grette|| 


un met 


quar tette 


et i quette|| 


be netf 


quin tet or 


par a quet or 


bru nette|| 


quin tette|| 


par o ket? or 


ge net?| 


mo tet|| 


par o quet? or 


a^e net te|| 


bre vet? 


per ro quet 


cu nettell 


cor vette|| 


ep au lette? || 


lu nette|| 


cur vet? 


Ian dau let 


poy nettet 


cu vette|| 


un der let 


spi net? 


re vet 


cas so lette || 


vi nette 


be wetf 


pan ta let 


pi pette|| 


un wet 


man te let? I 


tou pet?|| 


lorgn ette|| 


guil le met] 



81 



SINGLE RHYMES, t I 



tab bi net? 


un keth?f 


hie 


sat i net? 


un neth?f 


high 


lans que net|| 


mon teth? 


why 


vil la nettet 




I 


toi li nette 


Sths 


eye 


cas si nette 1 


breaths 


eyt 


mar ti net?|| 


[8th, above] 


kie* or 


rat ti net 




ky* 


mign on nette || 


etht 


cry 


can zo net 


long-breathed? 


lie 


laz a ret|| 


short-breathed? 


lye or 


tab a ret? 




ley? 


eel la ret 


Sts 


my 


tab o ret? or 


bets 


nigh 


tab ou ret?|| 


[e% above] 


nye 


un be set 




pie 


un der set 


8z 


pye 


in ter set 


fez|| 


Pi 


o ver set? 


says 


ply 


ric o chet?|| 




pry 


e prou vette?|| 


I 


prief 


bom ba zet or 


by 


rye or 


bom ba zette 


buy 


rief 


chem i sette|| 


bye 


wry 


mar mo set?|| or 


die 


shie* 


mar mo zet? 


dye 


shy 




dry 


sigh 


par a sol ette 


fie or 


sky 




fy 


scry* 


Sth 


fly 


sly 


breath 


fry 


sny 


death 


guy 


spy 


ethef 


gief 01 


spry 


saith 


gyet 


sty 




gryt 


stighf 



SINGLE KHYMES, I ibd 


thigh 


de ny 


Ib 


thy 


well-nigh? 


bribe 


tie or 


espy 


jibe 


tyef 


apply 


gibe 


tigh* 


im ply 


gybe 


try 


com ply 


kibe 


vie 


re ply 


scribe 


wye or 


sup ply 


tribe 


y 


a wry 






de scry 


im bibe 


abyf 


un slyf 


out bribe 


fore byf 


un tie or 


as cribe 


good-by or 


un tyf 


de scribe 


good-bye 


up tie 


ex scribef 


here by 


re try 


in scribe 


where by 


en vie 


pre scribe 


there by 


out vie 


pro scribe 


be dye 


re vie 


re scribe 


a dry 




sub scribe 


for dryf 


un der buyf 


tran scribe 


af fyf or 


o ver buy 




af fief 


o ver dye 


mis as cribe 


de f y 


o ver dry 


mis de scribe 


out fly 


o ver fly 


re in scribe 


in eye 


o ver-high 


cir cum scribe 


de cry 


co-al ly 


su per scribe 


out cry? 


re-al ly 


in ter scribe 


ally 


un der lie? 




be lie or 


o ver lie 


Ibd 


be lyef 


mis ap ply 


bribed 


July 


re-ap ply 


jibed 


out lie 


re sup ply 


[Ib, above] 


re ly 


o ver ply 


kibed 


de mi? 






demy 


o ver sup ply 


un bribed 



SINGLE RHYMES, Ibtl If 



un im bibed 


slide 


out stride 


un de scribed 


stride or 


be tide 


Un in scribed 


strydef 


un tried 


un pre scribed 


tide 


di vide 


un sub scribed 


tied 


pro vide 


un tran scribed 


tride|| 


pre side 




tried 


re side 


Ibfc 


wide 




bribes 




un de fied 


[Ib, above] 


a bide 


o ver glide 




un bidef 


mis al lied 


Id 


un dried 


un al lied 


bide 


con fide 


un es pied 


bride 


mis guide 


un ap plied 


chide 


un hidef 


un sup plied 


died 


un eyed 


o ver ride 


[I, above] 


un cried 


co in cide 


dyed 


e lide 


un de scried 


guide 


col lide 


o ver slide 


glide 


im plied 


o ver stride 


gride or 


ar ride 


mis di vide 


grydet 


de ride 


re di vide 


hide 


out ride? 


sub di vide 


hied 


a side 


pre pro vide 


I'd 


be side 


un pro videf 


ide 


de cide 




nidef 


ex cidef 


Idz 


pied 


in side? 


bides 


pride 


out side? 


[id, above] 


pried 


sub side 


Ides 


ride 


back slide? 




shide* 


out slide 


be sides 


shied 


un spied 




side 


a stride 


If 


sighed 


be stride 


fife 



8INOLE KHYMES, If fl 



85 



life 


pike 


while 


knife 


shrike 


aisle 


rife 


sike* 


isle 


strife 


syke* 


ilef 


wife 


spike 


chyle 




stikef 


mile 


Ifs 


strike 


pile 


fifes 


tike 


rile 


wife's 


tyke 


sile 


[If, above] 


wike* 


scylef 






smile 


ift 


van dyke 


spile 


fifed 


a like 


stile 


knifed 


be like 


style 




dis like 


tile 


Ij 


mis like 


vile 


o blige? 


ob lique?|| 


wile 




un like 




dis o blige? 


un spike 


defile 




be swikef 


un filef 


d 




be guile 


o bliged? 


Iks 


a while 




spikes 


ere while 


dis o bliged? 


[Ik, above] 


there whilef 


un o bliged? 




ex ile? 




Ikt 


com pile 


Tk 


spiked 


up pile 


dike or 


[Ik, above] 


un tile 


dyke 




a vilef 


fyke or 


11 


re vile 


fike 


bile 


re silef 


glikef 


file 




hyke|| 


pliyle 


un be guile 


kykef 


guile 


re com pile 


like 


Mle 


rec on cile? 



SINGLE EHYMES, lid 111 



lid 


Tm 


re sub limd 


child 


chimb 




childe? 


chime 


Tmd 


isled 


dime 


chimed 


[II, above] 


grime 


[Im, above] 


aisled 


I'm 




mild 


chyme 


un climbed 


viledf 


climb 


un primed 


vildt 


clime 


un rhymed 


wild 


crime 






lime 


un sub limed 


un childf 


mime 




en filed 


prime 


Imz 


un filed 


rime 


chimes 


en isledf 


rhyme or 


[Im, above] 


un mild 


rhimef 




- 


cyme 


be times 


un de filed 


slime 


some times 




stime* 




Tldz 


thyme or 


of ten times? 


child's 


thimef 




wilds 


time 


Til 


[lid, above] 


zaim|| 


bine 






brine 


list 


be grime 


chine 


whilst 


out climb 


dine 


smil'st 


up climbf 


dwine* 


[ll, above] 


be lime 


fine 




sub lime 


whine 


Hz 


be rhyme 


eynef 


whiles 


be slimef 


kine 


piles 


be time 


line 


[II, above] 


mis time 


lisnef 






lyne 




ver climb 


mine 



SINGLE EHYMES, Til Tlicl 87 


nine 


out line? 


pre de fine 


pine 


sa line? 


su per fine? 


rhine 


ce line 


re-re fine 


shine 


car mine? 


dis in cline 


shrine 


be nign 


mis in cline 


sign 


ca nine? 


un der line 


sine 


qui nine?j| 


in ter line 


scrinef 


o pine 


un der mine 


spine 


pro pinet 


coun ter mine? 


spline 


re pine 


un be nign 


steinlj 


su pine? 


re su pine 


swine 


be shinef 


mis as sign 


thine 


out shine 


re-as sign 


tine 


en shrine or 


by-de sign? 


tyne 


in shrine 


fore de sign? 


trine 


as sign 


pre de sign? 


twine 


de sign? 


un der sign 


vine 


en sign? 


pre con sign 


wine 


cal cine? 


auld-lang-syne*^ 




con sign 


old-lang-syne 


car bine? 


lang syne?* 


coun ter sign? 


com bine 


re sign? 


dis en twine 


in dign 


sub sign 


in ter twine 


con dign 


vi cine? 


sub di vine 


af finef 


en twine or 


by-de sign? 


de fine 


in twine 


[see above] 


con fine? 


out twine 




re fine 


un twine 


Ind 


tre phine?! 


di vine 


bind 


de cline 


pro vine 


blind 


in cline 


de sign? 


dined 


re cline 


re sign? 


[in, above] 


a lign 




find 


f e line? 


re com bine 


fined 


malign 


un com binef 


grind 



88 SINGLE RHYMES, llicl tr 


hind 


un de signed? 


tripe 


kind 


un con signed 


wipe 


mind 


un re signed 




mined 




un ripe 


rind 


liidz 




wind? 


binds 


o ver ripe 


wined 


[ind, above] 




wynd* 




Tps 




Tilt 


gripes 


dis bind 


pint 


[Ip, above] 


re bind 




swipes* 


un bind 


Tilth 




up bindt 


ninth 


Tpt 


be blindf 




striped 


for dwinedt 


Tilths 


[Ip, above] 


re find 


ninths 




re fined 




un wiped 


be hind 


IlltS 




man kind 


pints 


Ir 


un kind 




byre* 


un lined 


Tiiz 


dire 


re mind 


dines 


fire 


un signed 


[In, above] 


gire or 


out wind 




gyre 


un wind 


IP 


hire 


up windf 


gripe 


ire 




grypef 


choir 


un der bind 


pipe 


quire 


un com bined 


ripe 


lyre 


un de fined 


sipe* 


mire 


un con fined 


snipe 


pyre 


un re fined 


stipe 


shire? 


o ver kind 


stripe 


sire 


un-de clined 


swipe 


squire 


un as signed 


type 


spire 



SINGLE RHYMES, lr 1st 



tire 


dis at tire 


gneissl) 


tyre 


o ver tire 


pice 


twire 




price 


wire 


ird 


rice 




fired 


rise? 


a fire 


[Ir, above] 


slice 


re hire 




spice 


ac quire 


un fired 


speissjl 


es quire 


un hired 


splice 


in quire or 


un tired 


thrice 


en quire 




ticef 


re quire 


un ac quired 


trice 


ad mire 


un re quired 


twice 


be mire 


un ad mired 


vice 


as pire 


un ex pired 


vise?! 


di pyre 


un in spired 




ex pire 


un tran spired 


up rise? 


sus piref 


un at tired 


in cise 


gip sire 


un de sired 


con cise 


un squiref 




pre cise 


in spire 


Trz 


be spice 


con spire 


fires 


en tice or 


per spire 


[Ir, above]- 


in ticef 


re spire 




ad vice 


tran spire 


IS 


de vice 


at tire 


bice or 




en tire or 


bise 


o ver nice 


in tiref 


dice 


un pre cise 


re tire 


gricef or 


mis ad vice 


de sire 


grisef 


point-de vicef or 




ice 


point-de visejjf 


cir cum gyref 


quice 




re in quire 


lice 


1st 


pre re quire 


mice 


iced 


re in spire 


nice 


[is, above] 



90 


SINGLE RHYMES, 


1st it 


Christ 


write 


de light 




wright 


en lightf 


un sliced 


shrite 


po lite 


un spliced 


shrightf 


re light 




sight 


be night 


It 


site 


be knight 


bight 


cite 


ig nite 


bite 


sleight 


mu nitet 


blight 


slight 


to-night 


blite 


smite or 


u nite 


bright 


smightf 


y pightt 


brite!* 


snite* 


un plightf 


ditef 


spite 


a right 


dightf 


spightf 


ba ryte? 


fight 


sprite or 


out right 


flight 


spright 


out write 


flite* 


thwitet 


pe ritef 


fright 


tight 


re write 


height or 


trite 


un rightf 


hight 


twite 


un write 


white 


wight 


up right? 


gyte* 


witef 


ac citef 


kite 




ex cite 


quite 


be dightf 


fore sight? 


light 


in diet or 


in cite 


litef 


en dictf 


mis cite 


might 


in dite or 


re cite 


mite 


en ditef 


un sight 


night 


un dightf 


de spite 


knight 


a f rite 


at trite 


pightf 


af fright 


con trite? 


plight 


be hightf 


in vite 


pleyt 


re quite 




right 


a light 


o ver dightf 


rite 


be lightf 


im po lite 



SINGLE RHYMES, It 1VZ 



un po litef 


itfiz 


un hive 


dis u nite 


tithes 


o give?|| 


re u nite 


[Ith, above] 


pro clivef 


re-in cite 




a live 


mis re cite 


Its 


be liyef 


o ver slight 


bites 


con nive 


un der write 


[11 , above] 


de prive 




whites 


ar rive 


Tth 


tights 


de rive 


highth?f 




re strive 


lythe? 


Ttth 


mis thrive 


snithe 


highth?f 


con trive 






con vive?t 


Itfr 


IV 


re vive 


blithe 


dive 


sur vive 


hithe or 


drive 




hythe 


five 


o ver drive 


kythe* 


hive 


mis de rive 


lithe 


gyve 


pre con trive 


lythe?f 


kivet 


su per vivef 


writhe 


live? 




scythe or 


rive 


ivd 


sythef or 


shive 


dived 


sithef 


shrive 


[Iv, above] 


swithef 


skive 




tithe or 


stive* 


un gyved 


tythef 


strive 


un wived 




swivef 




Ttftd 


thrive 


un de prived 


scythed 


vive?t 


un ar rived 


[ith", above] 


wive 


un de rived 






un con trived 


un tithed 


for drivef 






out drive 


Tvz 




in hive 


chives 



SINGLE RHYMES, 1VZ 



dives? 


de mise 


o ver prize 


[Iv, above] 


pre mise? 


re-bap tize 


fives 


re mise 


ad ver tise? 


hives 


ap prise 


mis ad vise 


gyves or 


sur mise 


fore ad vise 


gives? 


ap prize 


im pro vise 


knives 


dis prize 


su per vise 


[If, p. 84] 


em prise 


w^^ 


cives 


com prise 




vives 


mes priset 


pre ad ver tise 




mis priset 




Tz 


mis prize 


Izd 


buys 


re prise 


prized 


[I, P- 83] 


re prize 


[Iz, above] 


brize 


sur prise 




guise|| 


a rise 


un prized 


guys 


up rise? 


un sized 


eyes 


as size 


in visedt 


gisef 


ex cise 




peisef 


in cise 


un dis guised 


pies 


cap size 


un de mised 


prize or 


de spise 


un sur mised 


prise || 


bap tize 


un ap prised 


pries 


chas tise 


un com prised 


rise? 


ad vise 


un der sized? 


sighs 


de vise 


un ex cised 


size 


pre viset 


un bap tized 


sice 


re vise 


un chas tised 


sise 


sur viset 


un ad vised 


scisef 


un wise 


self-de vised 


cizef 




un de vised 


wise 


re de mise 


un re vised 




pre sur mise 




suf fice 


un der prize 


ft> 


dis guise 


re sur prise 


J)ib 



SINGLE EHYMES, lb id 



93 



dib 


quitch 


un en riched 


drib 


quichf 


un be witched 


fib 


lich?f 




gibf 


michf or 


Id 


glib 


michef 


bid 


jib 


niche 


chid 


jibb 


knitcht 


did 


gibbet 


pitch 


fid 


crib 


rich 


hid 


quib 


sich 


kid 


nib 


scritch 


kydf 


rib 


slich 


quid 


sib* or 


stitch 


lid 


sybf 


switch 


mid 


squib 


twitch 


rid 


snibf 


twich 


Cid|| 




witch 


skid 


Xbd 




scridf 


fibbed 


un hitch 


squid 


[ib, above] 


en rich 


slid 




un stitch 


strid* 


*bz 


be witch 


thrid 


dibs|| 


un witchf 


tidf 


fibs 






Pb, above] 


un der ditch 


for bid 




o ver rich 


out bid 


Xch 




un bid 


bitch 


icht 


un chid 


ditch 


ditched 


un did 


dichf 


[Teh, above] 


a mid 


fitch 


fitched or 


be strid 


flitch 


fiched 




hitch 




un der bid 


which 


un ditched 


un for bid 


itch 




o ver bid 



94 SINGLE EHYMES, Idst Ig'Z 


idst 


Wt 


l s 


bid'st 


drift 


big 


[Id, above] 


gift 


bigg 


didst 


clift 


brig 


rnidst 


lift 


dig 




rift 


diguef 


a midst 


shift 


fig 




shrift 


gig? 


Idth 


sift 


grig 


width 


smift 


whig 




sniffed 


jig 


idths 


[if, above] 


gig? 


widths 


snift 


ligt 




swift 


nig 


Mz 


thrift 


Pig 


bids 


tift 


prig 


[Id, above] 


tiffedt 


rig 






wrig 


If 


a drift 


snig* 


gift 


up lift? 


snigg* 


glyph 


un thrift?! 


sprig 


giiff* 




swig 


grifff 


o ver swift 


tig 


whiff 




trig 


if 


mil 


twig 


cliff 


fifth 


wig 


miff 






skiff 


miis 


un rig 


sniff 


fifths 




stiff 




fed 


tiff 


ifts 


rigged 




drifts 


[Ig, above] 


tts 


[Ift, above] 




cliffs 




igz 


[If, above] 




digs 



SINGLE RHYMES, Ig'Z 



95 



pg, above] 


Keh?j| 


kyxf 




nick 


mix 





pick 


nicks 


bridge 


prick 


nix 


fidget 


rick 


pnyx|| 


flidgef 


schlichll 


picks 


fridgef 


sick 


pyx or 


midge 


sikt 


pix 


ridge 


sic|| 


six 




slick 


sticks 


a bridge 


snick* 


Styx 


en ridge 


spick* 


strix|| 




stick 




d 


stich 


affix? 


bridged 


strickf 


in fix 


[fj, above] 


thick 


post fix? 




tick 


pre fix? 


un bridged 


tic|| 


re fix 


up ridged 


trick 


suf fix? 




wick 


trans fix 


un a bridged 




un fix 




un quick 


pro lix? 


Ik 


be stick 


ad mix 


bikhll 




im mix 


brick 


o ver lick 


com mix 


chick 




re mix 


dickg 


kin ni ki nicj or 




flick 


kil li ki nick] 


in ter mix 


glickef 




o ver mix 


kick 


Iks 




click or 


fix 


ikst 


klick 


flicks 


fixed 


crick 


flix 


[Iks, above] 


quick 


kicks 


'twixt 


lick 


pk, above] 





96 



SINGLE RHYMES, Kkst 



un mixed or 


e vict 


prill 


un mixt 


con vict? 


rill 


a twixt 




shill* 


be twixt 


un pre dictt 


shrill 




con tra diet 


sill 


un in ter mixed 


in ter diet? 


skill 




o ver strict 


squill 


*ksth 




spill 


sixth 


Xkts 


still 




Picts 


swill 


Yksths 


ptkt, above] 


thill 


sixths 




thrill 




n 


till 


Xkt 


MU 


trill 


flctt 


brill 


twill 


pictf 


chill 


vill 


Pict 


dill 


will 


picked 


drill 




ptk, above] 


fill 


co dillell 


strict 


frill 


spa dilleJI 




gill? 


tre dille 


ad diet 


grill 


qua drille?|| 


pre diet 


grillell 


fulfils 


af flict 


hill 


f ul fill 


in flict 


ill 


refill 


con flict? 


jill 


up fillf 


de lict 


gill? 


up hill? 


un licked 


kill 


jon quille?|| 


de pict 


kiln 


ma nille|| 


un picked 


quill 


in stil or 


un pricked 


lillf 


in still 


up pricked 


mill 


un stillf 


con strict 


nil|| 


dis til or 


re strict 


nill 


dis till 


as trict 


pill 


un til 



SINGLE EHYMES, fl 



97 



cal villell 


un swilled 


silk 


self-will? 


un tilled 


thilkf 




self-willed? 


wilk 


des ha billed or 


un willed 




dis ha bille 




Hks 


o ver fill 


un ful filled 


silks 




o ver gild 


[ilk, above] 


HcIi 


un dis tilled 




filch 




Hkt 


milch 


Hdz 


bilked 


pilchf 


builds 


plk, above] 




pid, above] 




Hcht 




un milked 


filched 


flf 






shilff 


flm 


na 


sylph 


film 


build 






billed 


ma gilph or 


in film 


pi, above] 


me gilph 




chilled 




flmd 


childe? 


Hfs 


filmed 


gild 


sylphs 




guild 


pif, above] 


in filmed 






un filmed 


out build 


flj 




re build 


bilge 


Hmz 


un build 




films 


un chilled 


*ljd 




un drilled 


bilged 


in films 


un filled 






en gild 


Hk 


n p 


re gild 


bilk 


ma gilp or 


un killed 


whilk 


me gilp 


un milled 


ilk* 




un skilled 


milk 





SINGLE RHYMES, Hs frnp 


Us 


nts 


slim 


grilse 


hilts 


swim 




[Ht, above] 


trim 


nt 


skilts* 




built 


stilts 


be dim 


gilt 




dis limbf 


guilt 


n v 


dis limnf 


hilt 


dilve* 


en limnf 


jilt 




be trim 


kilt 


Hz 


re trim 


quilt 


bills 




lilt* 


[fl, above] 


o ver brim 


milt 


brills 


o ver trim 


silt 


guills? 




skiltf 




Imd 


smiltf 


tin 


brimmed 


spilt 


brim 


[im, above] 


stilt 


dim 




tilt 


frimt 


un dimmed 


twilt* 


glim 


un trimmed 


wilt 


grim 






him 


o ver brimmed 


un built 


hymn 




be gilt 


whim 


Xmf 


un gilt 


gimf 


lymph 


un spilt 


limb 


nymph 


a tilt 


limn 






lym 


par a nymph? 


o ver built 


nimf 




o ver tilt 


plim* 


Xmfs 




prim 


nymphs 


nth 


rim 


[Tmf , above] 


filth 


shim 




spilthf 


sym?f 


Imp 


tilth 


skim 


gimp 



SINGLE KHYMES, Imp lUCl 


imp 


hin 


re win 


jimp* 


whin 




crimp 


in 


vi o lin 


limp 


inn 


un der pin 


pimp 


jinn|| 


o ver spin 


primp* 


gin? 




shrimp 


kin 


inch 


scrimp 


lin* 


chinch 


.tyrnp 


linnet 


finch 




lyn* 


flinch 


Imps 


pin 


inch 


glimpse 


shin 


clinch 


imps 


sin 


quinchf 


pmp, above] 


skin 


linch 




spin 


lynch 


impt 


thin 


pinch 


limped 


tin 


skinch* 


Pmp, above] 


twin 


winch 




win 




Imz 


wynn 


un clinch 


hymns 




be pinch 


pm, above] 


be gin 






out grin 


incht 


In 


cha grin?!| 


finched 


been? 


here in 


[inch, above] 


bin 


where in 




blinf 


there in 


ind 


chin 


with in 


blind? or 


din 


a kin 


blinde 


fin 


ber lin? 


lind 


Finn 


unpin 


pinned 


gin?f or 


out sin 


[in, above] 


gynf 


un sinf 


rynd 


giynt 


out spin 


tindf 


grin 


beg uin?|| 


tyndt 



90 



100 SINGLE KHYMES, Illtl lllk 


tinned 


ting 


cringe 


wind? 


wing 


mingef 






singe 


ab scindf 


out bring 


scringe* or 


ex scind 


re kingt 


skringe* 


pre scind 


un king 


springe 


re scind 


un cling 


swinge 


un skinned 


en ringt 


tinge 




out ring 


twinge 


in ter scind 


re ring 






un ring 


be fringe 


Yudz 


out sing 


in fringe 


winds? 


un sling 


un hinge 


[Ind, above] 


out spring 


im pinge 




up spring? 


ab stringe 


tiig 


un stingf 


con stringe 


bing 


un string 


per stringef 


bring 


out wing 


at tingef 


ding 




as tringe 


fling 


un der sing 




gingt 


o ver spring 


Xiijd 


ingt 




hinged 


king 


higd 


[ftyj, above] 


cling 


ringed 




ling 


[Ing, above] 


un fringed 


ring 




un singed 


wring 


un winged 


un tinged 


sing 






sling 


Ingz 


un in fringed 


spring 


wings 




sting 


[fag, above] 


Ink 


string 




blink 


swing 


*nj 


brink 


thing 


fringe 


chink 


thringf 


hinge 


drink 



SINGLE RHYMES, ink frit 


ink 


bob o link? 


mince 


kink 


in ter link? 


prince 


clink 


ap pro pinque 


rinse 


link 


coun ter sink? 


since 


mink 




wince 


pink 


Inks 




prink 


chinks 


dis prince 


shrink 


[mk, above] 


un princef 


sink 


jinks 


- in trinsef 


cinque || or 


lynx 


e vince 


sinquef 


minx 


con vince 


scink or 


sphinx|| 


re vincet 


skink 






slink 


me thinks 


Iiish 


spink 




Ru minsch 


stink 


*nkt 




swinkf or 


linked 


Inst 


swinckt 


[Ink, above] 


minced 


think 


tinct 


[Tns, above] 


tink 






trink 


un pinked 


un rinsed 


twinkf 


pre cinct? 




wink 


pro cinctf 


un con vinced 


zinc or 


sue cinct 




zink 


dis tinct 


*nt 




ex tinct 


dint 


out drink 


in stinct? 


flint 


dis link 




glint 


en link 


in dis tinct 


hint 


un link 


in ex tinct 


quint? 


be think 


un ex tinct 


lint 


fore think 




mint 


un thinkf 


Ins 


print 




chinse 


squint 


o ver drink 


quince 


splint 



101 



()* 



102 SINGLE RHYMES, tilt Ipt 


stint 


drip 


a trip 


tint or 


flip 




teintf 


grip 


o ver slip 




grippel 


o ver trip 


im print? 


hip 




com print? 


hyp 


tps 


mis print 


whip 


chips 


re print? 


gip 


pp, above] 


trans printf 


gyp 


thrips| 


a squint 


kip 






clip 


e clipse 


re-im print 


quip 


el lipse 




lip 




tilth 


nip 


tpst 


plinth 


pip 


e clipsed 




rip 




ab sinthe|| 


ship 


un e clipsed 




sip 




tilths 


skip 


tpt 


plinths 


scrip 


chipped 




slip 


Pp, above] 


liits 


snip 


dipped or 


chintz 


strip 


dipt 


flints 


tip 


whipped or 


[Int, above] 


trip 


whipt 






crypt 


liiz 


in clip 


script 


bins 


e quip 




pn, above] 


un rip 


un dipped 


crinze 


out ship 


un whipped 


winze 


re ship 


un clipped 




trans ship or 


un stripped 


IP 


tran ship 




chip 


un ship 


un e quipped 


dip 


out strip 





SINGLE RHYMES, Is 


1st 1 


is 


dish 


o da lisque?|| 


bj SSt 


fish 




bliss 


kish 


isks 


hios 


cuish? or 


disks! 


kiss 


quish? 


frisks 


kris 


lish 


psk, above] 


cuisseli or 


pish 




cuish? 


slish 


iskt 


lisst 


wish 


frisked 


miss 




Psk, above] 


nis?t 


fore wish 




risset 


un wisht 


*sp 


siss 




crisp 


spisst 


in ter wisht 


lisp 


Swiss 




wisp 


this 


Xsht 




visll 


fished 


isps 


wist 


psh, above] 


lisps 


yes? 




[Isp, above] 




un wished 




a byss 




ispt 


de hisce 


Xsk 


lisped 


be kisst 


bisk 


[tsp, above] 


un kisst 


bisque]] 




cou lissell 


brisk 


fst 


a miss 


disk or 


blistt 


dis miss 


disc 


fist 


per misst 


fisc 


fristt 


re miss 


fiskt 


glistt 


sub miss 


flisk 


grist 


va risse 


frisk 


hissed 


y wist 


hisk* 


ps, above] 




whisk 


hist 


ish 


risk or 


whist 


bish 


risque 


gist 



103 



104 


SINGLE EHYMES, 1! 


*t It 


list 


re sist 


cit 


missed 




sit 


mist 


co ex ist 


skit* 


pist 07* 


pre ex ist 


slit 


piste || 


re-en list 


smitt 


wrist 


un dis missed 


smitt 


schistll 


in ter twist 


spit 


cist 


had i wistf 


split 


cyst 




sprit 


sist* 


sts 


tit 


sissed 


lists 


twit 


trist* 07 


[Tst, above] 


wit 


tryst* 






twist 


it 


un bit 


wistt 


bit 


befit 


xyst . 


bitt 


misfit 




brit 


re fit 


ex ist 


chit 


un fit 


a gist 


ditf 


a frit 


un kissed 


fit 


un hit 


ac quistf 


flit 


tu whit 


en list 07- 


frit 


ac quit 


in listt 


grit 


a mitt 


be mistf 


hit 


ad mit 


un missed 


whit 


de mit 


as sist 


it 


e mit 


de sist 


git 


im mit 


in sist 


kit 


com mit 


con sist 


quit 


o mit 


per sist 


mitt 


per mit? 


sub sist 


nit 


re mit 


en twist 07* 


knit 


sub mit 


in twist 


pit 


trans mit 


un twist 


plitt 


in knit 


un wistf 


writ 


un knit 



SINGLE RHYMES, it iz 


be sit 


forth with? 


[ft, above] 


out sit 


here with? 


bitts 


be spit 


where with? 


grits 


re split 


there with? 


its 


un split 




quits 


torn tit 


it hin or itti]y 




out wit 


rhythm? 


iv 


un witf 




give 


itlimswitlimz live? 


re-ad mit 


rhythms? 


sieve 


re com mit 






re trans mit 


iths 


for give 


in tro mit 


friths 


mis give 


in ter mit 


[ith, above] 


out give 


pre ter mit or 




re give 


prse ter mit 


itht 


un givef 


man u mit 


pithed 


up givet 


in ter knit 


smithedt 


out live 


o ver wit 


withed? 


re live 






urr livef 


ith 


ftfe 




frith 


with 


o ver live 


gith 


withe? 




grithf 




ivd 


kith 


forth with? 


lived 


lith 


[fth, above] 


[Tv, above] 


myth or 






mythe 


itlid 


ivz 


pith 


withed? 


gives 


rythf 




[iv, above] 


sithf 


iffcz 




smith 


withes? 


iz 


stith* 




dizzf 


titht 


its 


fizz 


withe? 


bits 


phiz or 



105 



106 SINGLE RHYMES, fe 6 


phyz 


dough 


row? 


friz or 


flow 


show or 


frizz 


floe 


shew 


his 


flof 


shrowf 


hizzf 


foe 


scrow 


whiz 


fob* 


slow 


is 


fro 


sloe 


quiz 


froe* 


snow 


nis?f or . 


glow 


so 


nyst 


go 


sew? 


'tis 


grow 


soe* 




gros|| 


sault?|| 


*zd 


growef 


sow? 


frizzed 


ho 


stow 


PZ, above] 


hoa? 


strew? or 




hoe 


strow 


izm 


hoghf 


though or 


ism 


whoa? 


tho' 


chrism 


jo* 


thot 


prism 


joe 


throe 


schism 


crow 


throw 




lo 


throwe* 


a bysm 


low 


toe 




mow? 


tow 


Izmz 


mof 


trowf 


schisms 


moe 


voe* 


pzm, above] 


no 


wo or 




know 


woe 





O 


zho 


blow 


Oh 




beau|j 


owe 


up blow 


bo 


poh 


em bow or 


bow? 


pro|| 


im bow 


do?|| 


prow? 


sa bot|| 


doe? 


roe 


un bow? 



SINGLE RHYMES, o ocli 107 


ra deau|| 


un slowf 


mal ap ro pos?|| 


ri deau| 


be snow 




ron deau|| 


be stow 


5b 


jet d'eau|| 


be strew? 


globe 


in flow 


mis throw 


lobe 


out ^flow? 


up throw 


probe 


re flow 


ba teau|| or 


robe 


a glow 


bat teau 




ago 


cou teau|| 


con globef 


fore go 


cour taud|| 


dis robe 


out go? 


pla teau|| 


en robe 


out grow 


cha teau|| 


un robe 


up growf 


al though 




so-ho 


out throw 


obd 


alow 


pro vost?H 


globed 


below 


che vaux] 


[ob, above] 


hoi la? 


boy au?|| 




hoi lo? 


noy au|| 


Obz 


hoi low? 




globes 


rou leau| 


o ver blow 


[ob, above] 


tab leau|| 


o ver flow? 




bon mot? 11 


un der go 


och 


be know 


o ver go 


broach 


fore know 


un der growf 


brooch? 


four neaull 


o ver grow 


coach 


un know 


per si cot?|| 


loach 


de pot?|| 


o ver crow 


loche 


a row 


en tre pot|| 


poach 


bu reau|| 


o ver sew 


proacht 


fore show or 


o ver snow 


roach 


fore shew 


mis be stow 




pre show 


o ver strow or 


a broach 


mor ceau|| 


o ver strew? 


in coach 


re sow 


o ver throw? 


ac croach 


trous seaujl 




en croach 



108 SINGLE RHYME*, 


och og 


ap proach 


rowed 


o ver load 


re proach 


roed 


al a modef 




shoad or 


dis com mode 


re-ap proach 


shode 


in com mode 


self -re proach 


showed or 


o ver rode 




shewed 


un be stowed 


ocht 


scrode or 




broached 


schrode 


odz 


[ach, above] 


strode 


bodes 




strowed or 


[od, above] 


un broached 


strewed? 






toad 


of 


un ap preached 


towed 


goaf 


un re proached 


troadt 


koff? 




trodef 


loaf 


od 


woad 


oaf 


blowedt 


wodef 




[0, above] 


yodef 


ofs 


bode 




loaf's 


chodet 


a bode 


oafs 


glodef 


fore bode 


[of, above] 


goad 


un bowed? 




code 


re load 


oft 


load 


un load 


loafed 


lode 


com mode? 




lowed 


un mowed 


ogr 


mode 


e node 


brogue 


mowed? 


un owed 


cogue 


node 


dis plode 


proguef 


ode 


ex plode 


rogue 


owed 


e rode 


vogue 


od? 


in road 




oadf 


cor rode " 


em bogue 


road 


un sowed 


col logue 


rode 


be strode 


pi rogue|j or 



SINGLE KHYMES, Og" 51 



109 



pc rogue 1 


poake 


o ver pro voke 


pro rogue 


prokef 






roke* or 


oks 


dis em bogue 


roak* 


chokes 




scoke 


[ok, above] 


ogd 


sloke 


folks 


pro rogued 


smoke 


hoax 


[og, above] 


soak 


coax 




soke* 




ogz 


spoke 


okst 


rogues 


stoak 


hoaxed 


[og, above] 


stoke 


coaxed 




stroke 




oj 


toque|| 


okt 


doge|| 


yoke 


choked 




yolk? 


[ok, above] 


gam boge? or 






cam boge? 


un brokef 


un smoked 




un cloak or 


un soaked 


ok 


un cloke 




broke 


be smoke 


un in voked 


choke 


a soak 


un pro voked 


folk 


be spoke 


un re voked 


joke 


e voke 




cloak or 


in voke 


51 


cloke 


con voke 


bole 


coke 


pro voke 


boll 


coak 


re voke 


bowl? 


croak 


a woke 


choule?f 


loke* 


un yoke 


dole 


moke 




droll 


oak 


sol i loque?|| 


foal 


oke 


un der stroke 


goal 


poke 


e qui voque?|| 


gholelj 


poak or 


mi pro voke 


golef 



110 



SINGLE KHYMES, 51 51(1 



hole 


con dole 


self-con trol 


whole 


seg holll 




jowl 


un wholef 


old 


jole 


ca jole 


bold 


jollt 


bri cole|| 


bowled 


coal 


es croll 


[ol, above] 


cole 


pi nole 


foaled 


mole 


e paule?|| 


fold 


mollll 


en rol or 


gold? 


knoll 


in rolf or 


hold 


pole 


en roll or 


cold 


poU? 


in rollf 


coaled 


prollj 


pa role?H or 


mould or 


prowl? 


pa rol? 


mold 


rolell 


un roll 


old 


roll 


up roll 


scold 


shoal or 


vi role|| 


sold 


sholet 


in scroll or 


soled 


scroll 


in scrol 


told 


sol?|| 


feme-sole? || or 


toled 


sole or 


femme-solell 


tolled 


soalf 


con sole 


wold 


soul 


un soulf 


woald 


stole 


pis tole|| 


yoldf 


stroll or 


con trol or 




strowlf 


comp trolf 


en fold or 


thole or 


pa trol or 


in fold 


thowl 


pa trole 


re fold 


tolf 


pe trolf 


un fold 


tolef 




be hold 


toll? 


gir an dole?|| 


un holdf 


troll or 


dis en rol or 


up hold 


troul or 


dis en roll 


with hold 


trowl 


pass-pa role 


a-cold 


vole 


par a sol?|| 


re mould or 



SINGLE EHYMES, Old O1H 



111 



re mold 


oln 


olts 


un mould or 


boln 


bolts 


un mold 


bollen? 


[olt, above] 


un polled 


stolen? 




out scold 


swollen? or 


olz 


un sold 


sworn 


coals 


un soled 




[51, above] 


un souledf 


olp 




fore told 


golp 


oin 


mis told 


holpf 


brome|| 


re told 




dome 


un told 


olt 


foam 


un trolled 


bolt or 


gloamf 




boultf 


glome 


o ver bold 


dolt 


gome 


un en rolled 


holt 


home 


un con soled 


hoult 


holm? 


un fore told 


jolt 


comb 


un con trolled 


colt 


chrome 




moult or 


crome* 


oldz 


molt 


loam 


folds 


nolt* 


mome 


[old, above] 


polt 


nome 




poultf 


gnome 


oik 


smolt 


pome 


yolk? 


tolt 


roam 




volt 


sloam 


oiks 




stream 


yolks? 


un bolt 


tome|| 




un coltt 




olm 


re volt? 


a foam 


holm? 




be f oamf 




thun der bolt? 


a plome?|| 


olmz 






holms? 




ex os tome? 



113 



SINGLE RHYMES. Ollld Oil 



omd 


sewnf 


re pone 


foamed 


stone 


ma rone 


[om, above] 


strown or 


mo rone 




strewn?f 


out shone 


un combed 


throne 


un shown 




thrown 


un sown 


oinz 


tone 


be strown 


homes 


trone* 


as tonef 


[om, above] 


wonef 


de throne 




zone 


en throne or 


on 




in throne 


aunetll 


out blown? 


out thrown 


blown 


un blown 


un throne 


bone 


trom bone? 


un thrown 


drone 


con done 


a tone 


flown 


la drone 


at tonet 


fonef 


out grown 


in tone 


groan 


un grown 


tes tone|| 


grown 


ma hone 


pa vonef 


hone 


cha cone 


veil on|| 


cone 


a lone 


o zone 


crone 


Co logne 




loan 


co lonef 


o ver blown 


lone 


re loan 


un der grown 


moan 


be moan 


o ver grown 


mown 


un mown 


un be known 


known 


fore known 


un fore known 


own 


un known 


in ter ponet 


pone* 


dis own 


dis en throne 


prone 


de pone* 


re-en throne or 


roan 


im ponef 


re-in thronet 


shone? 


com pone 


o ver thrown 


shown 01 


op pone 




shewn 


post pone 


eau-de-Co logne|] 


sown 


pro ponef 





RHYMES, Olid 6r 



113 



ond 


em bronze? 


opt 


boned 




groped 


[on, above] 


onzd 


[op, above] 


monde?|| 


bronzed? 








un hoped 


un boned 


em bronzed? 




beau-monde?H 




or 


un moaned 


op 


bloref 


un owned 


grope 


boar 


un zoned 


hope 


bore 




cope 


chore?* 


un be moaned 


lope* 


door 


un a toned 


mope 


floor 




nope* 


fore 


ong 


ope 


four 


mont?|| 


pope 


froref 


[6ng, p. 125] 


rope 


gloarf 




scope 


gloref 


onj 


slope 


gore or 


al longe?|| 


soap or 


goarf 




sopef 


hoar 


ons 


stope 


whore? 


at toncef 


tope 


core 




trope 


chore?f 


Ollt 




corps? || 


don't 


e lope 


crorell 


won't? 


un pope 


lore 




a slope 


Jlower? 


onz 




more 


bones 


in ter lope 


Jmower 


[on, above] 




mohr|| 


bronze? 


ops 


oar 


nones 


hopes 


o'er 


trones* 


[op, above] 


ore 






pore 



114 



SINGLE RHYMES, 



pour 


ig nore 


orch 


proref 


de plore 


porch 


roar 


ex plore 




trower 


im plore 


ord 


shore 


out pour 


board 


slioarf 


re pour 


bored 


score 


out roar 


[or, above] 


smoref 


up roar? 


ford 


snore 


a shore 


gored 


soar 


in shore 


gourd 


sore 


out soar 


hoard 


tsower 


up soar 


whored? 


spore 


re store 


horde 


store 


for swore 


soared 


Jstower 


out wore? 


sord?f 


swore 


be zoar? 


sword 


tore 




ttoward 


Jtower? 


mat a dore? 




wore 


mir a dor|| 


a board 


yore 


pic a dor|| 


a bord|| 




lou is-d'or?|| 


af ford 


for bore 


Ther mi dor|| 


be gored 


a dore 


out-of-door? 


un gored 


ban dore? or 


Fruc ti dor| 


un hoard 


pan dore? 


here to fore 


up hoardf 


moi dore? 


roq ue laure?|| 


re stored 


out door? 


mat ta more?!) 




a fore 


ev er more 


un a dored 


be fore 


re-ex plore 


un de plored 


be whore 


un der score 


un ex plored 


eu chlore|| 


o ver store 


un im plored 


de coref 




un re stored 


en core|| 


for ev er more 




ga lore* or 




ordz 


go lore* 




boards 



SINGLE KHYMES, OFClZ Ol't 


[ord, above] 


be mourn 


dis course 




un shorn 


re course 


orj 


for sworn 


re source 


forge? 


out sworn 


di vorce 




un sworn 




orjcl 


be torn 


re-en force or 


forged? 


un torn 


re-in force 




out worn 




un forged? 


un worn 


orst 






forced 


ork 


o ver borne 


[ors, above] 


pork 


o ver worn 








un forced 


orm 


orncl 




form? or 


mourned 


un en forced 


fourm 




un di vorced 




be mourned 




ormz 




ort 


forms? or 


ornz 


fort 


fourrns 


bourns? 


forte?|| 




[orn, above] 


court 


orn 




port 


borne 


ors 


Porte i| 


bourne? or 


force 


sport 


bourn? 


hoarse 




frornt 


coarse 


de port 


mourn 


corse? 


dis port 


mournet 


course 


ex port? 


shorn 


scorse?f or 


im port? 


sworn 


scoursef 


com port 


torn 


source 


rap port || 


worn 




re port 




de force 


sup port 


for borne 


en force 


trans port? 


be fornf 


per force 





115 



116 



SINGLE RHYMES, 6rt 6S 



re-ex port? 


dose 


car nose 


re-im port 


gross 


cri nose 


mis re port 


close? 


lig nosef 




os?|| 


spi nose? 


orth 




ve nose 


forth 


bul bose 


vi nose 


fourth 


gib bose 


vul nose 




glo bose 


quartz ose 


hence forth? 


mor bose 


stu pose 


whence forth?t 


nim bose 


e rose 


thence forth? 


ver bose 


gy rose 




la brose? 


crib rose? 


orths 


f ron dose 


mo rose 


fourths 


no dose 


squar rose 


forthsf 


-bri gosef 


vi rosef 




ru gose 


o tiose? 


orts 


stri gose 


fruc tose? 


courts 


en gross or 


lu tose? 


[Ort, above] 


in grossf 


se tose 




floe cose 


schis tose? or 


orz 


jo cose 


shis tose? 


cores 


pre cocef 


ven tose? 


[or, above] 


spi cose 


ni trose 


corps?l| 


tal cose 


fa vose 




a quose 


nse vosef 


a doors 


pi lose 


ner vose 


a dores 


vil lose 


ri vose 


out doors 


gru mose 




all-fours 


co mose? 


sub glo bose 




mam mose? 


ten e brose? 


out-of-doors? 


plu mose 


un der dose? 




ra mose 


o ver dose? 


OS 


ri mose 


o ver gross 


boce 


stru mose? 


var i cose? 


brose* 


va mose 


bel li cose? 



SINGLE RHYMES, OS Ot 



117 



pu li cose?t 


su ber ose? 


ga loche?|| 


ver ru cose? 


tu ber ose? 


guil loche?|| 


ven tri cose? 


spon gi ose? 


ca roche|| 


sil i quose? 


o le ose? 




nu bi lose? 


pol lin ose? 


osht 


tu bu lose? 


vul ner ose? 


ca roched 


lam el lose? 


sea ri ose? 




ru gu lose 


o ti ose? 


ost 


cap il lose? 


tor tu ose? 


boast 


pax il lose? 


ac er ose? 


dosed 


strig il lose? 


op er ose? 


[os, above] 


plu mu lose? 


ad i pose? 


ghost 


tu mu lose? 


bed e rose? 


host 


an nu lose? 


sub e rose? 


coast 


squar ru lose? 


sop o rose? 


most 


loc u lose? 


com a tose? 


post 


mac u lose? 


ac e tose 


roast 


neb u lose? 


stig ma tose? 


toast . 


ram u lose? 


sar men tose 




set u lose? 


to men tose? 


re coast 


squam u lose? 




ne crosed 


spin u lose? 


ver ru cu lose? 


al most? 


tor u lose? 


si lie u lose? 


dis postt 


ven u lose? - 


ver mic u lose? 




en dos mose? 


ra cem u lose? 


un en grossed 


rac e mose? 


ve sic u lose? 


o ver post 


ex os mose? 


mul ti ra mose 


o ver roast 


s:ib ra mose? 


si lig i nose?f 




lach ry mose? 


al bu mi nose? 


osts 


di ag nose? 


. e dem a tose? 


boasts 


ad e nose? 




[ost, above] 


ar e nose? 


osh 




pru i nose? 


gauche|| 


ot 


ven e nose?f 


mochell 


bloat 


lac u nose? 




blote 



118 



SINGLE RHYMES, Ot Otfrz 



boat 


troat 


Otll 


bote 


vote 


blowtht 


doat or 


wote?f 


blow'th 


dote 


yote* 


[o, above] 


float 




both 


flote* 


be dotef 


growth 


frotet 


a float 


quoth? 


gloat 


be quote 


loth? or 


goat 


mis quote 


loath 


gote* 


ca lote 


oath 


gr ought t 


ge motet 


wroth? 


hotel 


pro mote 


sloth? 


coat 


re mote 




cote 


de note 


mis growth 


quote 


ig notef 




lote 


con note 


oths 


moat 


pre note 


growths 


moatet 


ca pote| 


sloths? 


mote 


gar rote|| 




note 


un smote 


otli 


n'otef 


de vote 


clothe 


oat 


ga vot?t 


loathe 


wrote 


out vote 




rote 


un vote 


en clothe 


shoat 


a zote? 


un clothe 


shote 






scoat 


ta ble-d'hote?i| 


otftcl 


sloat 


o ver float 


clothed 


slote 


post-re mote 


[oth, above] 


smote 


pre-re mote 




sotef 


coun ter vote 


otfiz 


stoat or 


o ver vote 


clothes? 


stotet 




loathes 


throat 


wit en a ge mote?f oaths 


tote* 







SINGLE RHYMES, OtS OZ 



119 



ots 


[of, p. 108] 


toset 


boats 




toze 


[Ot, above] 


OZ 




grotest 


beaus or 


un f-rozet 




beaux) 


dis close 


ov 


bows? 


en close or 


drove 


[o, p. 106] 


in close 


govet 


chose? 


fore close 


grove 


does? 


per close 


hove 


doze 


re close 


Jove 


froze 


un close 


clove 


glows 


tab leaux?U 


cove 


gloze or 


de pose 


mauve 11 


glosef 


dis pose 


rove 


hoes 


ex pose 


shrovet 


hose 


im pose 


stove 


clothes? 


com pose 


strove 


close? 


op pose 


throve 


crows 


pro pose 


wove 


croze 


re pose 




nose 


se poset 


al cove? 


knows 


sup pose 


in wove 


noes 


trans pose 


un wove 


pose or 


be prosef 




poze 


trans proset 


in ter wove 


prose 


a rose 




roes 


ven tose?|| 


ovd 


rose 


ni vose|| 


roved 


rows? 




[ov, above] 


chose?|| 


un dis close* 




slows 


dis in close or 


ovz 


those 


dis en close 


droves 


throes 


in ter close 


[ov, above] 


throws 


en dos mose? 


loaves 


toes 


fore dis pose 



120 



SINGLE RHYMES, OZ 



in dis pose 


un de com posed 


ka bob|| 


pre dis pose 




na bob? 


re dis pose 


ozh 


be robf 


un dis posef 


bauge?H 




re-im pose 




Sbd 


de com pose 


e loge|| 


bobbed 


dis com pose 




[ob, above] 


pre com pose 


6 




re com pose 


pa tois?|| 


un robbed 


re-op pose 


[a, p. 36] 




su per pose 




5bz 


pre sup pose 


ob 


bobs 


in ter pose 


blob 


[ob, above] 




bob 


scobs 


pre in dis pose 


fob 




su per im pose 


gob? 


och 




hob 


blotch 


ozd 


job 


botch 


dozed 


cob 


crotch 


[oz, above] 


kob|| 


quatcht 




quab 


notch 


un glosedt 


quob 


potcht 


un hosed 


lob 


Scotch 




mob 


scotch 


un dis closed 


nob 


swatchf 


un in closed 


knob 


watch 


un dis posed 


rob 




un ex posed 


squab 


out watch 


self-im posed 


snob 




un im posed 


sob 


o ver watch 


un com posed 


swab or 




un op posed 


swobf 


Scht 


un pro posed 


throb 


botched 


un re posed 




[och, above] 


un trans posed 


ca bob || or 





SINGLE KHYMES, 6cllt 5g" 



121 



un watched 


6dz 


oft 




odds 


doffed 1 


5d 


[Sd, above] 


[of, above] 


dodd 




croft 1 


god 


6f 


loft 1 


God 1 ? 


doff 1 


oft 1 


hod 


goff ! t 


soft 1 


clod 


cloff 1 or 


toft 1 


cod 


clough 1 ? 




quadf 


coff* 


a loft 1 


quodf 


cough? 


un soft ! f 


nod 


DA P- 40] 




od? 


koff? 


ofts 


odd 


loffef 


lofts 1 


plod 


moff 1 


[oft, above] 


pod 


gnofff 




prod 


off 1 


og 


rod 


shroff 1 1| 


bog 


shod 


scoff 1 


brog 


scrod 


soph 


dog 1 


squad 


sough? 


flog 


snod* 


toph 


fog - 


sod 


trough 1 ? 


frog 


sprod* 




gogt 


swad 


here of? 


grog 


tod 


where of? 


hog 


trod 


there of? 


jog 


wad 




clog 


wadd 


har ry soph* 


cog 






quag? 


be godf 


6fs 


log 1 ? 


un godf 


doffs 1 


nog 


es crod 


[of, above] 


prog 


un shod 




shogt 


un trod 




scrog* 



122 



SINGLE RHYMES, Og 6kt 



be fog 


drock* 


ca poc? 


agog 


flock 


un stock 


un clog 


frock 




in cog 


hock 


in ter lock 


egg nog 


hough 


in ter shock 


tau tog|| 


clock 


o ver stock? 




cock 




6gd 


crock 


5ks 


frogged 


loch 


blocks 


[5g, above] 


lough* 


[ok, above] 




lock 


box 


ogz 


mock 1 


phlox|| 


bogs 


knock 


fox 


[6g, above] 


nockf 


hoxt 




oc 


cox 


j 


ploc|| 


ox 


bodgef 


pock 


pox or 


dodge 


rock 


pocksf 


lodge 


roc|| 


prox* 


podge 


shock 


vox|| 


rodge 


shough?t 


woxf or 




smock 


woxef 


dis lodge 


soc 




re lodge 


sock 


em box or 


un lodge 


stock 


im box 






un box 


5jd 


Me doc 


small-pox? 


dodged 


un dock 




[6j, above] 


un frock 


5kst 




un cock 


boxed 


ftk 


be lock 


[oks, above] 


block 


in lock 




brock 


un lock 


6kt 


chock 


up lockf 


blocked 


dock 


be mock 1 


[ok, above] 



SINGLE EHYME8, 6kt 6m 



123 



de coct 


*lj 


pre re solve 


con coct 


volgef 


re-re solve 


un shocked 








61m 


6lvd 


un der stocked 


holm? 


solved 






[olv, above] 


okts 


olinz 




de cocts 


holms? 


un solved 


con cocts 








61t 


un ab solved? 


61 


la volt 


un e volved 


doll 


re volt? 


un in volved 


goHt 




un ab solved? 


collt 


olts 


un dis solved 


quoll 


revolts? 


un re solved 


loll 


[olt, above] 




nollf 




5lvz 


poll? 


61v 


solves 


80l?|| 


solve 


[olv, above] 


toll? 






woll* 


ab solve? 


61z 




de volve 


dolls 


a toll|| 


e volve 


[51, above] 


ex tol 


in volve 






con volve 


con sols? 


par a sol?|| 


re volve 






ab solve? 


6m 


6ltl 


dis solve 


bom 


lolled 


re solve 


domf 


[61, above] 




from 




dis in volvef 


clombf 


61f 


re-in volve 


pommell 


golf 


cir cum volve 


rhomb? 




in ter volve 


scommf 




re dis solve 


stromb 



124 SINGLE EHYME8, 6lH 6lldz 


swom?f 


01I1Z 


there up on 


tomt 


rhombs? 


fan fa ron?|| 




[5m, above] 




there from 




5iid 


a plomb?|| 


611 


blonde]] 




bon?|| 


blond|| 


5mb 


bonne|| 


bond 


rhomb? 


don 


brondf 




font 


donned 


6mbz 


gone 1 


fond 


rhombs? 


con 


frond 




on 


Fronde]] 


6mp 


shone? 


conned 


chomp* 


swan 


cond 


clomp 


ton?|| 


pond 


pomp 


wan? 


stondf 


romp 


yon 


strondf 


stomp 




wand 


swamp 


a gone ! f 


wanned 


tromp 


be gone 1 ? 


yondf 




cha connell 




5mps 


here on 


pla fond|| 


pomps 


where on 


un conned 


[omp, above] 


there on 


a mende?|| 




a non 


beau monde?|| 


5mpt or font 


up on 


ab scond 


prompt? 


ju pon|| or 


de spond 


romped? 


jup pon 


re spond 


[omp, above] 


se pon 1 * 


be yond 




as tonf 




o ver prompt? 




o ver fond 




woe be gone 1 


cor re spond 


Smptsmhnts 


di es non? || 




prompts? 


here up on 


oiidz 




where up on 


bonds 



SINGLE RHYMES, 5nflz ftnS 



125 



[ond, above] 


Jba ton?|| 


611 g-z 




Jbe ton?|| 


songs 1 


611 g" 


Jbon ton?|| 


[ong, above] 


tbon?H 


pe tong 


tongs 1 


gong 


in throng 1 




hong|| 


tsa vant|| 


ftiigzh 


clongt 


Jbouill on?H 


me lange?|| 


cong 


du yong|| 


[anzh, p. 31 ; 


long 1 


Jga zon?|| 


onj, below] 


prong 1 


[ang, p. 30; 




wrong 1 


ong, p. 113] 


<Snj 


rong?t 




plonge 


song 1 


ta ban don?|| 




spong* 


un der f ongf 


pro longe|| 


sprong 1 ! 


$non cha lant?]| 


blanc mange?|[ 


strong 1 


o ver long 1 


blanc-manger?|| 


thong 1 


itele-de-pont?|| 




throng 1 


o ver strong 1 


oiik 


wongf 


|de bu tantj 


conch 




Jcon tre temps|| 


jonquell 


ding dong 1 ? 


|bon vi vant?|| 


ponkf 


du gong 


tli ai son?|| 




a long 1 




6nks 


tbail lon| 


6ng"d 


conchs 


be long 1 


pronged 1 


[onk, above] 


e long 1 ! 


[ong, above] 




ere long 1 




5iis 


pro long 1 


un wronged 1 


nonce? 


tea lon?|| 




once? 


Jsa Ions? || 


5ng-st 


sconce 


tcou pon?|| 


long'st 1 


skonce 


tpen chant]) 


[ong, above] 




pou chong 1 




Jfai ence?|| 


sou chong 1 or 


a longst 1 ! 


pins, p. 31] 


soo chong 1 




en sconce or 



126 



SINGLE RHYMES, OI1S 



in sconcet 


ftiizcl 


out hop 


re sponse 


bronzed? 


a copf 






out crop? 


Jnon cha lance?|[ 


em bronzed? 


un prop 


Jdil i gence?|| 




up prop 




ftp 


un stop 


oust 


chap? 


a top 


sconced 


chop 


es top 


[ons, above] 


dopf 


out top 




drop 




un sconcedf 


flop 


un der prop 




fop 


o ver top 


ftnt 


hop 




font 


whap or 


ftps 


front? 


whop 


chaps? 


ront?f 


cop 


chops 


wont? 


crop 


[op, above] 




quap or 


copse 


con front? 


quop 


cops 




lop 


props 


Jde bu tante|| 


mop 






knop 


ftpt 


5nts 


pop 


chopped 


fonts 


prop 


[op, above] 


[ont, above] 


shop 


copped 




slop 


Copt 


ftnz 


sop 




bonze?|| 


stop 


un chopped 


bronze? 


strop 


a dopt 


dons 


swap or 


un cropped 


[on, above] 


swop 




frons|| 


top 


re-a dopt 




wap* 




em bronze? 




fts 



be drop 



bos|| 



SINGLE RHYMES, OS OStS 


boss 1 


OSll 


5skt 


doss 1 


bosh 


im bosked 


dross 1 


closh 




floss 1 


quash 


5sp 


fosse 1 


squash 


knosp 1 


gloss 1 


slosh 


wasp 1 


goss 1 


swash 




cossll 


tosht 


osps 


kos|! 


wash 


knosps 1 


cross 1 




wasps 1 


loss 1 


de boshf 




moss 1 


ga loche?!] 


ost 


os?|| 


guil loche?!! 


bossed 1 


oss ] t 


be wash 


[os, above] 


osset 




frost 1 


poss 1 * 


o ver wash 


cost 1 


pross 1 * 




lost 1 


ross 1 


ttsht 


ost 1 


soss 1 * 


quashed 


rost 1 * 


toss 1 


[osh, above] 


tossed 1 or 


[RS, p. 48 ; 




tost 1 


5, p. x, Key] 


un washed 


wast 


em boss 1 or 


osk 


ac cost 1 


im bossH 


bosk 


un crossed 1 


en do?s ! t 


mosque or 


un lost 1 


a cross 1 


mosk 


em mossed 1 


re cross 1 




un tossed 1 or 


mo losse 1 


im bosk 


un tost 1 


be toss 1 


ki osk|| 




re toss 1 




5sts 


ma tross^jf 


6sks 


frosts 1 


mon trossH 


mosques or 


[ost, above] 




mosks 




in ter cross 1 


[osk, above] 





127 



12S 


SINGLE KHYMES, 


ot-6ts 


St 


wote?f 


6th 


r 


yacht 
yot* 


broth 1 
froth 1 


dot 




Goth 1 


got 


be blot 


cloth 1 


grot 


be got 


koth 1 


hot 


for got 


loth 1 ? 


what 


un got 


moth 1 


whotf 


allot 


wroth 1 ? 


jot 


ca lotte|| 


scoth 1 ! 


clot 


shal lot or 


sloth 1 ? 


cot 


escha lot? 


swath 1 ? 


cott 


mar mot? 


troth 1 


quat 


bi not 




lot 


un knot 


be troth 1 


mot?|| 


com plot? 


[o, p. x,Key ; 


not 


ca pot || 


ath, p. 48] 


knot 


un shot 




nottf 


as sotf 


6tbs 


plot 


be sot 


froths 1 


pot 


be spot 


moth's 1 


pott 


ga vot?f 


[5th, above] 


rot 






shot 


mis be got 


Otllt 


Scot 


un be got 


frothed 1 


scot 


un for got 


[5th, above] 


squat 


esch a lot? 




slot 


sans-cu lotted 


un be trothed 1 


sot 


ber ga mot? or 




spot 


bur ga mot? 


otliz 


stot* 


coun ter plot? 


cloths 1 


swotf 


un der shot? 


moths 1 


tot 


o ver shot? 




trot 




5ts 


wotf or 




blots 



SINGLE RHYMES, 6tS 



129 



[5t, above] 


stroyf 


broidf 


bots or 


toy 


void 


botts 


troy 




shots* 




un buoyed? 


Scots 


re buoy? 


un broidf 




un boyf 


rhom boid? 


6v 


a hoy 


col loid 


of 


en joy 


sphe roid? 




ac cloy 


a void 


here of? 


de coy 


de void 


where of? 


al loy 




there of? 


cha mois?|| 


un en joyed 




an noy 


un al loyed 


oz 


de ploy 


un an noyed 


'coz? 


em ploy 


un em ployed 


poz 


de stroy 


un de stroyed 


'twas 1 


con voy? 


trap e zoid? 


was 1 


sa voy 








va ri o loid? 


oi 


co-en joy 


el e phan toid 


boy 


re-en joy 




buoy? 


o ver joy? 


oiclz 


foy 


o ver cloy 


voids 


hoi 


dis em ploy 


[oid, above] 


hoy 


mis em ploy 




joy 


pre em ploy 


oif 


cloy 


bav a roy? 


coif or 


coy 


cor du roy 


quoif 


loy 


pad e soy? or 




noyt or 


pad ua soy or 


un coif 


noiet 


pad u a soy 




ploy 




oil's 


poy 


old 


coifs 


royf 


buoyed? 


[oif, above] 


soy 


[oi, above] 





130 



SINGLE RHYMES, Gift OlH 



oift 


un oil 


Oil! 


coifed 


as soilf 


foinf 




de spoil 


groin 


un coifed 


en toil 


groynet 




out toil 


join 


oiks 




coin 


coix|| 


dis em broil 


coignel) 




bel-ac coylef 


quoin 


oil 


o ver toil 


loin 


boil 




promt 


broil 


oild 


roinf 


droilf 


boiled 


roynef 


foil 


[oil, above] 




coil or 




sain foin?|| 


quoilf 


un boiled 


sa goin 


moil 


un broiled 


ad join 


moile cr 


un foiled 


dis join 


moyle 


un roiled 


en join or 


oil 


tin soiled 


in joinf 


roil 


un spoiled 


co joinf 


scroylef 




con join 


soil 


un de spoiled 


mis join 


soylf 




re join 


spoil 


oilt 


se joint 


toil 


spoilt 


sub join 






un join 


re boil 


un spoilt 


re coin 


em broil 




e loign or 


ac coil 


oilz 


e loin 


re coil 


boils 


pur loin 


un coil 


[oil, above] 


sir loin? or 


up coil 


noils or 


sur loin? 


be moilf 


noyls 


es soin 


tur moil? 




ben zoin 


a noilf 







SINGLE RHYMES, O1I1 oit 



un der joint 


re-a noint 


oist 


re con join 


dis ap point 




sur re join 


fore ap point 


foist 


in ter joint 


pre ap point 


hoist 


frank al moigne|| 


re ap point 


hoisedf 




in ter point 


joist 


oind 




moist 


groined 


oints 


roistt 


[oin, above] 


points 


voiced 


poind 


[oint, above] 


[ois, above] 


un coined 


oinz 


im moist 




coins 


un voiced 


un dis joined 


[oin, above] 




up con joined 




o ver moist 




oir 




oinclz 


coir 


oists 


Poinds 




foists 




me moir? 


[oist, above] 


Dint 






joint 


oirfc 


oit 


ointt 


me moirs? 


doit 


point 




droit|| 


rointf 


ois 


hoitt 




choice 


coit* 


dis joint 


hoiset 


quoit 


in j ointf 


croise 




con joint 


voice 


a droit 


re joint 




da koit or 


un joint 


bour geois?|| or 


da coit 


a noint 


bur geois? 


ex ploit 


ap point 


re joice 


in troit? 


mis point 


in voice? 




a rointt or 


out voice 


mal a droitf 


a roynt* 


re voice 





182 



SINGLE EHYMES, OltS Ot> 



oits 


do? 


Hin doo? 


quoits 


doe?f 


to-do 


[oit, above] 


gout?|| 


un do 




who 


bur goo? or 


oiz 


coo 


bur gout? 


boys 


loo 


liaut gout|| 


[oi, p. 129] 


moo 


ra goutj 


froise|| 


gnoo! |] 


tu whoo 


noise 


pooh 


al loo 


poise or 


shoe 


hal loo 


poizef 


shoo or 


to lu? 


toise|j 


shough? 


ca noe 


toys 


sloo 


sham poo or 




sou || 


cham poo 


tur quoise?l| or 


sous?|| 


da roo 


tur kois? or 


sault?|| 


goo roo || 


tur cois? 


to? 


sis soo?|| 


ca moyst 


too 


ca shew? 


out noise 


two 


ca shoo 


out poise 


woo 


here to 




yull 


where to 


coun ter poise? 


[u, pp. xiii Key, Gen toof 


o ver poise? 


and 144] 


tat too 






there to 


av oir du pois|| 


bam boo?|| 


un to? 




de but?|| 


vir tu?|| 


oizd 


ta boo|| or 


Char treux?|| 


noised 


ta bu|| 


[u, p. 161] 


[oiz, above] 


Mant choo or 


bi jou|| 




Man choo 


bi joux|| 


un poised 


a do 






for dot 


mar a boulj 


00 


mis do 


hub bub boo 


boo or 


out do 


car i bou?|| 


boohg 


chan doo 


un der do 



SINGLE RHYMES, GO OOJ 



138 



6 ver do 


ca puchedf 


re proof 


sap a jou?|| 




un roof 


trous-de-loup|| 


ood 


tar tuife?|| ' 


gar dy loo 


Boodh|| 




or mo lu? 


brood 


oofs 


wan der oo|| 


food 


hoofs 


kan ga roo 


mood 


[oof, above] 


cock a too 


mooed 




here in to? 


pood|| 


ooft 


where in to 


rood 


hoofed 


there in to 


shrood* 


[oof, above] 


here un to 


snood 


loofedt 


where un to 


wooed 




there un to 


[oo, above; 


oogr 


passe-par tout|| 


ud, p. 145] 


vugg? or 


ren dez vous?|| 




vugh? 


juste mil ieu?|| 


un wooed 


jug? 


lang ter a loo 


ooclz 


OOg'Z 




moods 


yugs? 


ooch 


[ood, above] 


[oog, above] 


brooch? 






smooch 


oof 


ool 


zoutch 


gooff 


buoy? 




hoof 




ca poch or 


loof? 


re buoy? 


ca pouch 


ouphet 




car touch or 


proof 


ooW 


car touche|| 


roof 


buoyed? 




woof 




oocht 




re buoyed? 


brooched? 


be hoof 


un buoyed? 


[ooch, above] 


aloof 






ap proof f 


ooj 


ca poched or 


dis proof 


bougef 



8INGT.K I!IIYME*,OOJ OOlli 



gouge?|| 


lool 


oolz 




pool 


fools 


gam boge? 


poule|| 


[ool, above] 




school 




oojd 


spool 


00111 


gouged? 


stool 


bloom 


[ooj, above] 


tool 


boom 




Jtulle?|| 


broom 


ook 




brougham? 


flook or 


Ix- fool 


doom 


flowk? 


out fool 


gloom 


looch 


un fool 


groom 


nook? 


se moulell 


whom 


snook 




cloomf 


spook 


un be fool 


coom 


strook?f 




comb? 




oold 


combe 


chi l)ouque|| or 


fooled 


coomb* 


chi bnukll 


[ool, above] 


coombc* 


ka book 


gold?t 


croom* 


caout chouc? 


uouldf 


loom 


ta look|| 


woold 


room 




would? 


[urn, p. 146] 


ooks 




sloom* 


spooks 


un schooled 


spoom 


[ook, above] 




stoom 




ooldz 


tomb 


ool 


woolds 


toomt 


doolef 




womb 


drool 


oolp 




fool 


poulp? 


a bloom 


ghoulll or 




cm bloom 


ghoole|| 


oolps 


out bloom 


cool 


poulps? 


re bloom 


koulll 




fore doom 



SINGLE EHYME8, OOiH OOll 



185 



pre doom 


soon 


tarn poon? 


be gloomf 


spoon 


flo roon 


en gloomf 


swoon 


ca roon 


si moomjl or 


toon 


car roon* 


su moom 


[un, p. 147J 


quad roon 


en tomb or 




ma roon 


in tomb 


a boon* 


mar roon 


un tomb 


gam broon 


mar ron|| 


en womb 


bri doon 


se roon or 




car doon 


se ron?|| 


o ver gloom 


go droon 


ce roon 


dis en tomb 


spa droon 


bas soon 




buf f oon 


eft soonf 


ooiiid 


ty plioon or 


gos soon* 


bloomed 


ty f oonf or 


cais son? 


[oom, above] 


tu foonf 


mon soon 




dra goon 


ba toon 


un doomed 


la goon 


fes toon 


un gloomed 


co coon 


car toon 




pac coon|| 


pla toon 


un en tombed 


rac coon or 


pon toon or 




rac oon or 


pon ton|| 


oomx 


rack oon 


ra toon 


rooms 


ty coon || 


rat toon 


[oom, above] 


bal loon 


spit toon 




doub loon 


spon toon 


oon 


gal loon 


tes toon 


boon 


sa loon 


quin troon 


coon 


shal loon 


pa troon|| 


croon 


Wai loon 


pol troon 


loon 


ra moon 


ga zon?|| 


moon 


si moon 




noon 


bab oon 


rig a doon 


roonf 


har poon 


pat a coon) 


shoon* 


lam poon 


bar ra coon? 



136 SINGLE RHYMES, OO11 OOl'bZ 


pan ta loon 


houpf 


un looped 


mus ket oon 


whoop? 




blat ter oonf 


joupf 


oor 


mac a roon 


cloop 


boor 


pic a roon 


coop 


bourf 


oc to roon or 


croup 


dour* 


oc ta roon 


loop 


dur|| 


o ver soon 


loupf 


whore? 


due a toon 


poop 


moor 


bal la toon 


roup* 


poor 


pul pa toonf 


roopf 


smoorf 




scoop 


spoor|| 


mel o co toon or 


sloop 


stoor 


mel o co ton|| or 


soup 


tour|| 


mel i co toon 


stoop 






stoup 


pan dour? 


ooncl 


swoop 


re coure 


swooned 


troop 


. a mourlj 


[oon, above] 


troupe J 


un moor 


wound? 


woop? 


tour nure?|| 






mon sieur?|| 


oonz 


ag group 


de tour|| 


boons 


un hoop? 


hau teur?|| 


[oon, above] 


re coup or 


con tour 




re coupell 


fri sure?|| 


cram poons 


sa loop 


[iir, p. 148; 


eft soonsf 




ur, p. 161] 


cal zoonst 


oops 






loops 


oorb 


pan ta loons 


[oop, above] 


fourbe||t 






courbf 


oop 


oopt 




droop 


pooped 


oorbz 


group 


[oop, above] 


fourbest 


hoop? 




[oorb, above] 



SIHGLE RHYMES, OOrch Got 



137 



oorch 


oos 


[oos, above] 


courche* or 


boose?* 


oost 


curch?* 


goose 


roost 




loose 




oord 


loost 


un roost 


bourdf 


moose 




gourd? 


noose? 


costs 


Koord or 




roosts 


Kurd 


ca boose or 


[oost, above] 


loordf 


cam boose 




moored 


un loose 


oot 


[oor, above] 


bur noose?|| r 


boot 


soordf 


ber nouse|| or 


hoot or 




bour nouseJI, &c. 


whoott 


oorn 




coot 


bourn? or 


cal a boose* 


loot 


bourne? 




moot 




oosh 


knout?|| 


oornz 


douche || 


pout?* 


bourns? or 


rouchell or 


root 


bournes? 


ruchel! 


route?|| 






shoot 


oors 


bonne-bouche|| 


chute?!! 


bourse!! 


de bouch 


[at, p. 149] 




ba rouchell 


soot? 


oorsli 




sootef 


bursch?!! 


pi e douche!! 


strootf 






toot 


oort 


oosht 


tout?* 


yaourtjj 


de bouched 








un boot 


oorz 


cost 


ma hout|| 


boors 


boost 


e coute|| 


[oor, above] 


giustt 


raj pootll 




loosed 


dis root 




8* 





138 



RHYMES, OOt OO'A 



en root 


oolH 


re move 


out root 


booth 


trans movef 


che root? 


smooth 


ap prove 


unroot 


smoothet 


dis prove 


up root 


soothe 


im prove 


out shoot 




re prove 


up shoot 


un smoothf 




un sootf or 




coun ter move 


un sootef 


ootfrcl 


dis ap prove 


sur tout|| 


smoothed 


dis im prove 




[ooth, above] 


mis im prove 


mar a bout|| 




coun ter prove 


o ver shoot 


un soothed 








oovcl 


ooth 


ootfiz 


grooved 


couthf 


booths 


[oov, above] 


sooth 


[ooth, above] 




tooth 




self-moved 




oots 


un moved 


un couth 


boots 


un proved 


for sooth 


[oot, above] 




un tooth 


wootz 


un re moved 






un ap proved 


ooths 


oov 


un dis proved 


tooths 


groove 


un im proved 


tooth's 


hoove 


self -re proved 




move 


un re proved 


un tooths 


prove 








oovz 


ootlit 


be hoove or 


grooves 


toothed 


be hove 


[oov, above] 




a move 




un toothed 


ad movef 


ooz 




com movet 


blouse?|| 




pro movet 


boose? 



RHYMES, ooz oucht 



130 



booze 


ou 


ko tow|| 


choose 


bow? 


a vow 


[flz,p. 150] 


bough 


bow wow? 


whose 


brow 


pow wow? 


lose 


dow 




noose? 


frow 


o ver bow 


nowest 


how 


o ver brow 


ooze or 


clough? 


re-en dow 


ouset or 


cow 


dis al low 


ouzet 


mow? 


dis a vow 


rooze* 


mought 


re-a vow 


shoes 


mowet 




[oo, above] 


now 


oucli 


snooze 


plow or 


couch 


woos 


plough 


crouch 




prow? 


ouch or 


mis choose 


row? 


owchet 


re choose 


scow or 


pouch 




skowt 


slouch 


ren dez vous?|| 


slough? 


smouch 




sow? 


vouch 


oozd 


swoughf 


zoutch? 


oozed 


swow 




[ooz, above] 


thou 


re couch 




trow? 


a vouch 


oozh 


vow 


dis vouch 


bouge?t 




mis vouch 


roiige|| 


out bow 






un bowt 


dis a vouch 


gam boge? 


en dow or 






in dowf 


oucht 


oozlul 


al low 


crouched 


rouged 


e nowf 


[ouoh, above] 


[oozh, above] 


ere now 






ko tou| or 


fore vouched 



140 



SINGLE EHYMES, OUCllt OlllpS 



un vouched 


o ver proud 


dowl 




un a vowed 


foul 


un a vouched 




fowl 




ouclz 


gowlf 


oucl 


clouds 


growl 


bowed 


[oud, above] 


howl 


[ou, above] 




cowl 


goudf 


ouf 


noulf or 


cloud 


wowf* 


nowlf 


crowd 




owl 


loud 


ouj 


prowl? 


proud 


bouge?f 


scowl 


shroud 


bowgef 


sowlf 


shrowd* 


gouge? 


sowlef 


snowd 


scrouge* 


woult 


stroud 








oujd 


mi aul 


un bowed? 


gouged? 


afoul 


be cloud 


[ouj, above] 


be foul 


in cloud 




de foul* 


un cloud 


ouk 


be howlf 


a loud 


douc? 


un cowl 


al lowed 


gowk 




un plowed or 




ould 


Un ploughed 


ouks 


cowled 


en shroud 


gowks 


[oul, above] 


o'er shroud 


[ouk, above] 




un shroud 




un fouled 


a vowed 


oukt 




un vowed 


gowkedf 


oulp 






poulp? 


un en dowed 


Olll 




o ver cloud 


boul* 


oulps 


o ver crowd 


bowl? 


poulps? 


un al lowed 


dowle or 





SINGLE RHYMES, OVllZ OUI1S 



141 



oulz 


ouiicht 


im pound 


fowls 


mounchedf or 


com pound? 


[oul, above] 


mounchtt 


pro pound 






a round 


otm 


oinicl 


sur round 


brown 


bound 


out sound 


down 


browned 


re sound? 


drown 


[oun, above] 


un sound 


frown 


found 


as tound 


gown 


gowned 


un wound 


clown 


ground 


re sound? 


crown 


hound 




lownf 


mound 


ir re nowned 


mount 


oundet 


un re nowned 


noun 


pound 


mis ex pound 


rount 


round 


de com pound 


town 


sound 






stound 


su per a bound 


em brown or 


swoundf 


o ver a bound 


im brown 


wound? 




a down 




ounclz 


go down 


a bound 


bounds 


out frown 


im bound 


[ound, above] 


un gown 


re bound 


zounds 


dis crown 


un bound 




un crown 


re dound 


ounj 


re nown 


un drowned 


lounge 


up town 


con found 






pro found 


ounjd 


o ver drown 


re found 


lounged 




un found 




ouncli 


a ground 


onus 


mouncht 


mis ground 


bounce 




un ground 


flounce 




ex pound 


frounce 



142 



SINGLE RHYMES, OU11S OUS 



jounce 


a mount 


Jde flower 


ounce 


dis mount 


de vour 


pounce 


out mount 




rounce 


re mount 


in ter sourf 


trounce 


sur mount 








ourd 


an nounce 


o ver count 


floured 


de nounce 


o ver mount 


[our, above] 


e nounce t 






pro nounce 


cunts 


un scoured 


re nounce 


counts 


un soured 




[ount, above] 




pre an nounce 




ourz 


mis pro nounce 


OU11Z 


ours 




nouns 


hours 


ouiist 


[oun, above] 


[our, above j 


pounced 






[ouns, above] 


our 


OUS 




tbower 


browse? 


un an nounced 


[ouilr, p. 543] 


chouse 


un de nounced 


flour 


douse 


un pro nounced 


Jflower 


dowse 




glour* or 


grouse 


ount 


tglower 


house? 


fount 


giaourU 


houssf 


count 


lourf or 


louse 


comptf 


Jlower? 


mouse? 


mount 


our 


nous|| 




hour 


poussef 


ac count or 


owret 


rouse? 


ac compt 


scour 


sous?| 


dis count? or 


sour 


souse or 


dis comptf 


stourt 


sowcef 


mis count? 




touse?* 


re count 


de flour or 







[ VK 


1 T 


X 

SINGLE 1&HY.MES, OU> 


*t ouz 


oust 


skout 


' OUtllS 


choused 


snout 


drouths 


[ous, above] 


soutt 


mouth's 


doused 


spout 


souths? 


dowstf 


sprout 




oust 


stout 


outlit 


roust* 


stroutf 


southed? 




tout?* 




ousts 


trout 


OUtfc 


ousts 




mouth? 


rousts* 


about 


south? 




mis doubt 




out 


re doubt 


outlid 


bout 


be lowtt 


mouthed 


bought? 


here outf 


southed? 


choutll 


where outf 




doubt 


there out 


outfrz 


doutf 


through out 


mouths 


drought 


with out 


souths? 


flout 


dis rout 




gloutf 


un shoutt 


outs 


gout? 


de vout 


bouts 


gowt 




[out, above] 


grout 


here a bout 




clout 


where a bout 


here a bouts 


crout|| 


there a bout 


where a bouts 


lout 


un de vout 


there a bouts 


mought 






knout?|| 


outh 


ouz 


out 


drouth or 


blouse?|| or 


pout 


drowtht 


blowse 


rout 


crowthf 


blowze 


route?|| 


mouth? 


bows? 


shout 


south? 


[ou, above] 


scout 




bowse 



143 



144 



SINGLE RHYMES, OUZ U 



browse? 


few 


shrew? 


drowse 


fugh? 


screw? 


growsef 


feu|| 


skew or 


house? 


flew 


skuet 


mouse? 


flue 


slew 


owse 


glue or 


slue 


rouse? 


glewf 


smew 


spouse 


grew? 


snew* 


touse? 


gue 


sprew? 


trouse 


hew 


sprue? 




hue 


spue or 


dis house 


whew 


spew 


un house 


Jew? 


strew? 


es pouse 


clew or 


stew 


a rouse 


clue 


sue 


ca rouse 


crew? 


sew? 


up rouse 


cue or 


threw? 




queue|| 


through? or 


dis es pouse 


lieull 


thro'? 




lewf 


thew 


ouzd 


lu 


true? 


browsed 


mew 


tew 


[ouz, above] 


meawf 


view 




mue 


ewe? 


un roused 


new 


yew? or 




gnu?|| 


eugh? 




knew 


you? 


u 


pew 


[u, p. xiii; oo, 


blew 


puet 


p. 132] 


blue 


pugh? 




brew? 


puh? 


de but?|| 


chew? 


rew?t 


em brew? 


drew? 


rue? 


im brue? or 


dew 


shu? or 


em brue? 


due 


shough? 


im bue 



SINGLE EHYMES, U lid 



145 



es chew? 


un true? 


lewd 


ca dew 


vir tu?|| 


nude 


with drew? 


re view 


prude? 


a dieu|| 


sur viewf 


rude? 


be dew 




shrewd? 


en due or 


o ver drew? 


shude 


in due 


o ver due 


screwed? 


per du?|| or 


or mo lu? 


[ood, p. 133] 


per due?|| 


un der hew 


strewed? 


sub due 


o ver strew? 


strude? 


un due 




stewed 


en glue 


ub 




un glue 


cube 


un brewed? 


fore hew 


tube 


un chewed 


un clew 




ex elude 


ac crue? 


ubd 


in elude 


con crew?f 


cubed 


con elude 


pur lieull 


tubed 


pre elude 


tolu? 




se elude 


em mew or 


ubz 


al lude 


en mew or 


cubes 


de lude 


in mew 


tubes 


e lude 


trans mew 




il lude 


a new 


uch 


col lude 


re new 


zuche 


pre lude? 


a rew?f 




al mude] 


be shrew? 


ud 


de nude 


un screw? 


blued 


sub nude 


a skew 


[u, above] 


un rude? 


be spew 


chewed? 


un strewed? 


be strew? 


flewed? 


tran sude 


en sue 


feodf or 


de trude? 


mon sieur?l| 


feud 


ex trude? 


pur sue 


jewed 


in trude? 


where through?! 


crude? 


ob trude? 




9 





146 



SINGLE EHYMES, U<1 



pro trude? 


ugz 


gule 


re trude? 


fugues 


mewl or 


sub trude?f 




meawlf 


6 tude|l 


uj 


mule 


un viewed 


huge 


pule 


ex ude 




rule? 




uk 


yule? 


un im brued? 


duke 




un im bued 


fluke 


re 'culef 


self-sub dued 


hukef 


mis rule? 


un sub dued 


juke 




in ter elude 


lukef or 


o ver rule? 


sem i-nude 


leuket 




un re newed 


puke 


uld 


un pur sued 


spuke 


guled 


un re viewed 


stukef 


[ul, above] 




yuke?* 




ndz 




ra guled or 


feuds 


re buke 


rag guled 


[fid, above] 


arch duke 


un ruled? 




un duke 




uf 




ulz 


lufe* 


tiks 


gules 


scufe* 


dukes 


mules 




[uk, above] 


[ill, above] 


tar tuffe? 








ukt 


UIH 


fits 


jukedf 


brume? ||t 


scufes* 


[uk, above] 


[oom, p. 134] 


[uf, above] 




flume 




un re buked 


fume 


ugr 




glume 


fugue 


ul 


grume? 




buhl 


plume 




dreul? 


rheum? 



SINGLE RHYMES, UlU 



147 



spume 


un con sumed 


op por tune 






pic a yune?|| 


per fume? 


umz 




le gume? 


fumes 


in ter com mune 


ex hume 


[urn, above] 


mal a ca tune? 


in hume 




re im por tune 


il lume 


un 


in op por tune 


re lume 


dune 




de plume 


hewn 


und 


dis plume 


June 


tuned 


un plumet 


lune 


[un, above] 


ab sume 


prune? 


un pruned? 


as sume 


[oon, p. 135] 


self-unedt 


con sume 


rune?|| 




sub sume 


tune 


un im pugned 


tran sumef 






bi tume? 


la gune 


un im por tuned 


cos tume 


un hewn 




pre sume 


je June? 


unz 


re sume 


com mune? 


dunes 




re prune? 


[un, above] 


re il lume 


ex pugn 




co-as sume 


im pugn or 


P 


re-as sume 


em pugnt 


drupe? 




oppugn 


[oop, p.. 136] 


umcl 


re pugnf 


dupe 


plumed 


at tune 


jupe 


[urn, above] 


en tune 


pupe 




mis tune 


stupe 


in fumed 


re tune 




un fumed 


un tune 


tips 




tri une? 


dupes 


un per fumed 




[lip, above] 


self -as sumed 


self -com mune 




un as sumed 


im por tune 





148 



SINGLE EHYMES, Upt US 



upt 


im pure 


urd 


duped 


cou pure|| 


dured 


[up, above] 


un puref 


[ur, above] 




as sure? 


t 


ur 


be sure? 


un ab jured 


dure 


bro chure? 


un pro cured 


cure 


in sure? or 


un al lured 


lure 


en sure? 


cir cum mured 


mure 


un'suret 


un ma nured 


pure 


ob scure 


self-as sured? 


sure? 


bat turejj 


un as sured? 


Jsewer? 


ma ture 


un in sured? 


[uur, p. 559J 


voi ture?|| 


un ob scured 


uret 


in ure or 


im ma tured 


your? 


en ure 


un in ured 


Jewer? 


bri sure? || 






fri seur?|| 


urse 


en dure 


fri sure|| 


cures 


ob duret 




[ur, above] 


out duref 


in se cure 




ab jure 


un se curet 


US 


ad jure 


con tra mure? 


deuce or 


con jure? 


coun ter mure? 


deuse or 


pro cure 


re-as sure? 


duse 


re cure 


de bou chure? || 


juice 


se cure 


em bou chure?|| 


juisef 


al lure? 


re-in sure? 


cruise? 


il luret 


clare-ob scure 


cruse? 


co lure 


con nois seur?|| 


[oos, p. 137] 


si lure 


am a teur?|| 


luce 


de mure 


im ma ture 


mucef 


im mure 


pre ma ture 


pruce?f 


ma nure 


em bra sure?|| 


puce 


e purel! 




Russ? 


gui pure| 


coun ter se cure 


sluice 



E RHYMES, fls fit 



149 



spruce? 


cir cum ducef 


shute 


struse? 


re pro duce 


chute?|| 


truce? 


in tro duce 


scute 


use? 


eau-de-luce?|| 


skute 




sub ob tuse 


sputef 


a buse? 




suit 


ab duce 


su per in duce 




ad duce 


re-in tro duce 


em brute? or 


de duce 


hy pot e nuse? or im brute? 


e duce 


hy poth e nuse? 


con fute 


in duce 




re fute 


con duce 


fist 


ad jutef 


pro duce? 


sluiced 


re cruit? 


re duce 


["us, above] 


a cute 


se duce 




be lute 


sub duce 


un in duced 


di lute 


tra duce 


un pro duced 


e lute 


dif fuse? 


un re duced 


pol lute 


ef fuse? 


un se duced 


sa lute 


pro fuse? 




so lute 


oc clusef 


un in tro duced 


un lute 


re cluse 




vo lute 


ex cuse? 


tit 


e meute?H 


in cuse 


bruit? 


com mute 


un sluice 


brute? 


per mutef 


ab struse? 


[oot, p. 137] 


trans mute 


re truse?f 


flute 


cor nute? 


dis use? 


fruit? 


mi nute? 


mis use? 


jute 


de pute 


ob tuse 


cute 


dis pute 


per tuse 


lute 


im pute 


re tuse 


meute 


com pute 




mute 


re pute 


self -a buse 


newt 


hir sute? 


re-in duce 


puitf 


non suit? 



150 



SINGLE RHYMES, fit 



pur suit 


uz 


ex cuse? 


ver sute 


blues 


re cusef 


as tute 


[u, p. 144] 


a muse 




bruise? 


pe ruse? 


per a cute 


[ooz, p. 138] 


con tuse 


sub a cute 


chuse?f 


dis use? 


re sa lute 


Druse? or 


mis use? 


sem i mute? 


Druze? 




com mi nute 


fuse 


dis a buse 


mis com pute 


fuze 


re-in fuse 


dis re pute 


guze 


cir cum fuse 


mis re pute 


cruise? 


re-ac cuse 




mews 


re pe ruse? 


su per vo lute 


muse 






news 


su per in fusef 


uth 


ruse?|| 




cruth?f 


screws? 


ftzd 


ruth? 


scruze?f 


used 


sleuth* 


trews?* 


[uz, above] 


truth? 


ewes? 




youth? 


use? 


de bruised? 


[ooth, p. 138] 


yews? 


un bruised? 






un fused 


un truth? 


a buse? 


be mused 




af fuse 


per tused 


uths 


dif fuse? 


un used 


truths? 


ef fuse? 




[uth, above] 


in fuse 


un a bused 




con fuse 


un dif fused 


tttht 


per f usef 


un con fused 


truthed?f 


pro fuse?f 


in ter fused 




re fuse? 


un ac cused 


tits 


suf fuse 


un ex cused 


flutes 


trans fuse 


un a mused 


[at, above] 


ac cuse 


un pe rused? 



SINGLE RHYMES, lib til" 



151 



tib 


tibz 


lid 


blubt 


dubs 


blood 


bub 


[lib, above] 


bud 


chub 


fubst 


chudf 


drub 




flood 


dub 


tich 


fud 


fubt 


Dutch 


hud* 


grub 


grutchf 


crud 


hub 


hutch 


cud 


jubt 


clutch 


mud 


club 


crutch 


rud 


cub 


cutch 


rudd 


nub* 


much 


scud 


knub 


scutch 


spud 


rub 


slutch 


stud 


shrub 


smutch 


thud 


scrub 


such 




slub 


touch 


be bloodf 


snub 


tuchf 


dis bud 


stub 




out bud 


trubf 


un clutch 


be stud 


tub 


re touch 








tidz 


re dubt 


for as much 


buds 




in as much 


[ud, above] 


un der grub* 


in so much 


duds 




o ver much 


suds 


ubd 




wudz 


dubbed 


ucht 




[ub, above] 


crutched 


ttf 




[uch, above] 


bluff 


un dubbed 




buff 


un rubbed 


un touched 


chough 


un shrubbed 




chuff 






duff 



152 SINGLE EHTMES, tlf UJ 


fluff 


[uf , above] 


snug 


fuff* 




sprugf 


gruff 


lift 


sug 


huff 


cuffed 


Thug? 


clough? 


[uf, above] 


trug* 


cuff 


ruft 


tug 


luff 


roughed 


vugg? or 


loof? 


tuft 


vugh? 


muff 




yug? 


knufft 


be puffed 




pluff* 


un stuffed 


ttgd 


puff 




hugged 


rough 


o ver stuffed 


[fig, above] 


ruff 






shruff* 


lifts 


tig-z 


scruff* 


rufts 


bugs 


scuff* 


tufts 


[tig, above] 


slough? 


yufts 


slugs 


snuff 






stuff 


*g 


ftj 


sough? 


bug 


budge 


tough 


drug 


drudge 


tuff 


dug 


fudge 




hug 


grudge 


re buff 


jug 


judge 


e nough 


lug 


nudge 


un rough 


plug 


sludge 


be snufft 


pug 


smudge 


tar tuffe? 


rug 


snudgef 




shrug 


trudge 


blind-man's-buff 


shug* 


*' 


coun ter buff? 


scug* or 


be grudge 




skug* 


ad judge 


ttfs 


slug 


fore judge 


cuffs 


smug 


mis judge 



SINGLE RHYMES, ttj ill 



153 



pre judge 


mis luck 


con duct? 


re judge 


a muck|| 


pro duct? 




un struck 


re duct 


ujcl 


be stuck 


sub duct 


budged 


un tuck 


tra duett 


[uj, above] 




re luct 




iiks 


un plucked 


un grudged 


bucks 


e ructt 


un judged 


ducks 


in struct 




[iik, above] 


con struct? 


un ad judged 


dux|| 


ob struct 




flux|| 


un sucked 


tik 


huxf 




buck 


crux|| 


mis con duct? 


chuck 


lux| or* 


re con duct 


duck 


luxe 


cir cum duct 


buck 


mux* 


in tro duett 


cluck 


nux|| 


mis in struct 


luck 


yuxf 


pre in struct 


muck 




re in struct 


knuck 


ef flux? 


mis con struct 


pluck 


ku-klux* 


re con struct 


Puck 




de ob struct 


ruck 


ukst 




shuck 


fluxed 


tikts 


struck 


[uks, above] 


ducts 


stuck 




[ukt, above] 


suck 


ukt 




truck 


ducked 


ul 


tuck 


[uk, above] 


bul 


yuck* 


duct 


dull 






gull 


put chuck? or 


ab duct 


hull 


put chuk? 


de duct 


cull 


be duck 


in duct 


lull 



9* 



154 



SINGLE RHYMES, 111 



mull 


mulched 


un in dulged 


null 




un di vulged. 


null! 


ttld 




scull 


dulled 


ulk 


skull 


[ul, above] 


bulk 


strull 




hulk 


stull* 


un culled 


pulk* 


sullt 


un mulled 


skulk or 


trull 




sculk 


tulle|| 


tUf 


sulk 


wull* 


gulf or 






gulphf 


ulks 


Mo gul 




sulks 


ahull 


en gulf or 


[ulk, above] 


an nul 


in gulf 








iilkt 


dis an nul 


tilfs 


hulked 




gulfs 


[ulk, above] 


tilb 


[ulf, above] 


mulct 


bulb 








iilft 


filkts 


ttlbd 


en gulfed or 


mulcte 


bulbed 


in gulfed 








ulm 


ttlbz 


ay 


culm 


bulbs 


bulge 


stulm 


illch 


in dulge 


ttllllZ 


gulch 


ef f ulge 


culms 


hulcht 


pro mulge 


[ulm, above] 


cultch 


di vulge 




mulch 




illp 




itljd 


gulp 


ttlcht 


bulged 


culpef 


gulchedf 


[iilj, above] 


pulp 



SINGLE fcHYMES, illp 



1155 



sculpt 


tilt 


gum 


stulp* 


Cult 


gom?|| 






hum 


in sculpt 


a dult 


crumt 




in dult|| 


crumb 


ttlps 


oc cult 


come 


gulps 


un cultf 


lum* 


[tilp, above] 


pe nult? 


mum 




in suit? 


mumm 


ulpt 


con suit 


numb 


gulped 


ex ult 


plum 


[ulp, above] 


re suit 


plumb 






rum 


ills 


non-a dult 


rhumb? 


bulse|| 




scum or 


dulcet 


an te pe nult 


skumt 


dulse 




slum 


mulse 


tilts 


strum 


pulse 


cults 


stum 




[ult, above] 


some 


ad dulcet 




sum 


ap pulse? 


tilz 


swum or 


ex pulset 


culls 


swom?t 


im pulse? 


[ul, above] 


thrum or 


re pulse 




thrumbt 


in sulset 


tim 


thumb 


con vulse 


bomb 






bum 


be gum? 


ftlst 


chum 


ac cumbt 


re pulsed 


drum 


be come 


[tils, above] 


dum 


re cumbt 


a vulsed 


dumb 


sue cumb 




fumt 


be numb 


un con vulsed 


glum 


un plumb 




grum 





SINGLE RHYMES, ttlli tin 



mis be come 


stump [iimpt, abovi 


un be comet 


sump 


o ver come 


thump iiiiiz 




trump drums 


iiinb 


tump [urn, above] 


rhumb? 






be thumpf tin 


Mini)/ 


brim* 


rhumbs? 


o ver jump bun or 




bunn 


fuml 


tiiilpf or tiinf done 


drummed 


humph dun 


thumbed 


sumph* fun 


[urn, above] 


gun 




timpfswtimfs Him 


un summed 


humphs cun 




sumphs* mun* 


timp 


none 


bump 


limps nun 


chump 


bumps pun 


dump 


[limp, above] run 


frump 


dumps shun 


gump 


clumps spun 


hump 


mumps stun 


jump 


numpsi^ sun 


clump 


son 


crump 


timpt or tinit sunn 


lump 


bumped ton? 


lomp 


[ump, above] tun 


mump 


one 


numpt 


as sumptt won 


plump 


tran sumpt 


pump 


out done 


rump 


iimptsoriimts un done 


slump 


tran sumpts be gun 



SINGLE RHYMES, All - 


-iiiigz 


un nunf 


un shunned 


young 


fore run 


un stunned 




out run 


un sunned 


un bung 


up runf 


ob tund 


be dung 


a stunt 


re tund 


up flung 




ro tund 


un hung 


un der done 




a mong 


o ver done 


o ro tund? 


un rung 


un be gun 




un wrung 


un der run 


tindz 


un sprung 


o ver run 


funds 


un stung 




[und, above] 


un sung 


iincli 


munds 


un swung 


bunch 




out tongue 


hunch 


ting 


un tonguet 


clunch 


bung 




crunch 


dung 


un der hung 


lunch 


flung or 


o ver hung 


munch 


flongt 




punch 


hung 


iingcl 


scrunch 


clung 


lunged 


trunchf 


lung 


[ting, above] 




nung 




unclit 


pung* 


tingst 


bunched 


rung or 


hung'st 


[unch, above] 


rong?f 


[ung, above] 




wrung 




find 


slung 


a mongst 


dunned 


sprung 




[un, above] 


strung 


iingth 


fund 


stung 


youngthf 


cund 


sung 






swung 


\\ngz 


re fund 


tongue 


lungs 


jm mundf 


tongt 


[ung, above] 



158 



SINGLE EHYME8, UIlj 



ttnj 


slunk 


uncef 


lunge or 


spunk or 


once? 


longe 


sponk 




plunge 


stunk 


pe tunsejl 


sponge or 


sunk 




spungef 


trunk 


tint 




tunk 


blunt 


al longe? 




brunt 


em plunge or 


spe luncf 


bunt 


im plunge 


un shrunk 


duntf 


re plunge 


un sunk 


front 


dis punge 




grunt 


ex punge 


ttiiks 


hunt 




hunks 


juntf 


mus kal longe? 


monks 


lunt 




[unk, above] 


punt 


ttnjd 


yunx|| 


runt or 


plunged 




ront?t 


[imj, above] 


tinkt 


shunt 




bunked* 


sprunt* 


un ex punged 


[unk, above] 


stunt 






wont 


unk 


de f unct 


won't? 


bunk* 


ad junct? 




chunk* 


dis junct 


a front 


drunk 


con junct?f 


af front 


flunk* 


com punctf 


con front? 


funk 




un wontf 


hunk* 


iinkts 




junk 


de functs 


unth 


crunkf 


[unkt, above] 


month 


monk 






punk 


tins 


ttnths 


shrunk 


dunce 


months 


skunk 


nonce? 





SINGLE RHYMES, UlltS 



159 



tints 


in cor rupt 


tish 


blunts 


un cor rupt 


blush 


[unt, above] 


in ter rupt 


brush 


grunts 




flush 




tipts 


frush 


pe t unt se|| or 


cor rupts 


gush 


pe tuntze|| 


[upt, above] 


hush 






crush 


iiiiz 


iir [for] 


lusht 


suns 




mush 


[tin, above] 


iis 


plush 




bus 


rush 


tip 


buss 


slush 


dupf 


fuss 


thrush 


crup* 


cuss 


tush 


cup 


mus|| 




nupt 


muss 


out blush 


pup 


plus|| 


out gush 


scup* 


pusll 


out rush 


sup 


rhus|| 




tup* 


Russ? 


o ver flush 


up 


thus] 






thus 


tisht 


tips 


truss 


blushed 


cups 


us 


[ush, above] 


[up, above] 








dis cuss 


un brushed 


tipt 


in cuss 


un hushed 


cupped 


con cusst 


un crushed 


[tip, above] 


per cuss 






non plus?|| 


tisk 


ab rupt 


un truss 


brusque II or 


dis rupt 




brusk 


cor rupt 


re per cussf 


busk 


un suppedf 




dusk 



160 SINGLE RHYMES, USk lit 


husk 


fust 


self -dis trust 


cusk 


fussed 


o ver trust 


luskf 


gust 




musk 


joust 


lists 


rusk 


just 


busts 


tusk 


crust 


[ust, above] 




lust 




sub f uscf 


must 


fit 


un husk 


mussed 


brutf 




rust 


but 


iisks 


thrust 


butt 


husks 


trust 


butte|| 


[usk, abovej 




glut 




com bustf 


gut 


iiskt 


ro bust 


hut 


busked 


a dust 


jut 


[usk, above] 


be dust 


crut 




au gust? 


cut 


un husked 


dis gust 


nut 




ad just 


put?f 


iisp 


un just 


rut 


cusp 


en crust or 


shut 




in crust 


scutt 


tisps 


un lustf 


slut 


cusps 


ve nustf 


smut 




be trustf 


strut 


tispt 


dis trust 


stutf 


cusped 


en trust or 


tut 




in trust 


ut||t 


iist 


mis trust 




bust 


ve tustf 


a but 


bussed 




re but 


[us, above] 


co ad just 


un glut 


dost 


re-ad just 


un cut 


dust 


un dis cussed 


be shut 



SINGLE RHYMES, tit tir 


out shut 


tivz 


chirref 


un shut 


doves 


fir 


be smut 


[uv, above] 


fur 


a strut 




guhr|| 




tiz 


her or 


tith 


buzz 


hirf 


doth 


does? 


hurrf 


quoth? 


fuzz 


whir 




huzzf 


whur 


un cuthf 


cuz 


cur 




coz 


murrf 


tits 


suz 


murre* 


butts 


tuzf 


myrrh 


[ut, above] 




knurf or 




ftzd 


nur 


tiv 


buzzed 


per|| 


dove 


[uz, above] 


purr or 


glove 




pur 


love 


ft 


purre 


shove 


creux?|| 


shirr 






scur* 


a bove 


bas-bleu?H 


skirrf 


un glove 


prie-dieu?|f 


squirt or 


be lovef 


Char treux?|| 


squirrf 


un love 




slur 




prie-di eu?|| 


spert or 


tivd 


juste mil ieu?|| 


sperrf 


loved 




spur 


[iiv, above] 


tir 


spurre* 




blur 


stir 


be loved? 


birr 


sir 


[u, p. xiv, Key] serrf 


un be loved 


bur 


err 




burr 


were? 




burhf 





161 



102 



iiiivvfEB, Ar ftrd 



(lc fer 


re-in,ter 


pearcht 


in fer 


ti raill eur?|| 


smirch 


con for 


voy a geur|| 


search 


pn- t'er 


vol ti geur|| 




re fer 




dis church 


trans fer? 


re stau ra teur?|| 


un church 


in cur 


lit te ra teur?|| 


be smirch t 


eon cur 




re search 


li queQr?!! 


Arb 




in- cur- 


curb 


o ver perch 


ve cur 


herb? 




tnins curf 


verb 


Archt 


de niur 




perched 


dou cciir?!| 


re curb 


[urch, above] 


mon si eu r? || 


un curb 




ulias seur?|| 


su perb 


un smirched 


IM- stir 


a cerh 


un searched 


de ter 


(li,s lurb 




Imu tc;ur?|| 


per furb 


ii r<l 


in tcr 


ro verbt 


blurred 


mon t,c;ur|| 




[ur, above] 


fr;ii t.cur?|| 


urlxl 


bird 


si eur?|| 


curbed 


[u, p. xiv Key] 


;i vcv 


[urb, above] 


gird 


mill cur || 




heard 


t'ri sr:ur?|| 


ftrbz 


herd 




lierbs? 


curd 


mis in fer 


[urb, al)ove] 


merdt 


re-in cur 




slienlt 


non-con cur 


ftrHi 


shirred 


un Her spurt 


birch 


spurred 


con nois seur?|| 


church 


surd 


re dac teur|| 


curch?* 


swerdt 


(lis in tcr <>r 


lurch 


third 


dis en tert 


perch or 


erred? 



SINGLE RHYMES, lircl 



168 



verd 


surf 


serge|| 


word 


therff 


urge 




turf 


verge 


be furred 


erf 1 


virget 


be gird 






en gird 


firfs 


e merge 


un gird 


serfs 


im merge 


un heard 


[urf, above] 


re merge 


un slurred 




sub merge 


un stirred 


iirft 


ex purgef 


ab surd 


turfed 


ab stergef 


re wordf 




de terge 


un werredt 


ftrg 


re urge 




berg 


di verge 


un de f erred 


bergh* 


con verge 


un con f erred 


burg or 




un pre ferred 


burgh 


re-e merge 


un trans ferred 




re-im merge 


un der gird 


ex ergue 




o ver gird 




Cirjcl 


un ab surd 


ftrgz 


merged 


un de terred 


burgs 


[firj, above] 


un in terred 


[ftrg, above] 




o ver word 




un purged 




Arj 


un scourged 


urdz 


dirge 


un urged 


birds 


[u, p. xiv, Key] 




[ftrd, above] 


gurget 


Ark 


hurds 


lourgef 


burke 




merge 


chirk* 


tirf 


purge 


dirk 


kerf 


scourge 


[u, p. xiv, Key] 


scurf 


splurge* 


firkt 


serf 


spurge 


jerk 


[u, p. xiv, Key] surge 


kirk 



164 SINGLE RHYMES, Ark Arm 


clerk? 


Arkt 


un furl 


quirk or 


jerked 


up whirl 


querk 


[urk, above] 


be curlf 


lurk 


kirkedf 


un curl 


merk 




em pearl 


merkef 


Arl 


un twirl 


mirk 


birlf 




murk 


burl 


Arid 


perk 


churl 


furled 


shirk 
smirk or 


dirl 
furl 


[firl, above] 
whorled? 


smerkf 


girl 


whirled 


stirk* or 


hurl 


world 


sturk* 


whirl 




circf or 


whorl? 


Arldz 


cirquel) 


curl 


worlds 


Turk 


kerl 




erkef 


querl* or 


Ariz 


irkf 


quirl* 


curls 


work 


merl or 


[url, above] 


yerk 


merle 






knurl 


Arm 


a work 


pearl 


berme 


in work 


pirl 


chirmf or 


out work? 


purl 


churmef 




shirl 


derm 


un der work? 


skirl* 


firm 


conn ter work 


swirl 


[fi, p. xiv, Key] 


o ver work? 


thirl* 


fermf 




thurl 


germ 


Arks 


twirl 


squirm 


works 


earl 


sperm 


[firk, above] 


[u, p. xiv, Key]term 




verlf 


turmf 






worm 



SINGLE RHYMES, urm urnt 



165 



af firm 


hern 


e ternejlf 


in firm 


kern 


ex tern 


con firm 


quern 


in ternf 


ob firmf 


learn 


in terne|| 


un firmf 


pern 


noc turne|| 


mis term 


pirn 


re turn 


in erm 


shearnt or 


up turn 




shernt 


in urn 


dis af firm 


spurn 


dis cern 


mis af firm 


stern 




re-af firm 


scernt 


o ver burn 


re con firm 


tern 


re-ad journ 




turn 


self -con cern 


urmd 


tourn 


un con cern 


termed 


earn 


un der turn 


[urm, above] 


[u, p. xiv, 


Key] o ver turn 




ern* 




un wormed 


erne* 


urnd 




urn 


burned 


un af firmed 


yearn or 


[ftrn, above] 


un con firmed 


yernt 


learned? 


urmz 


out burn 


un burned 


worms 


ad journ 


un churned 


[urm, above] 


so journ? 


un turned 




mis learnt 


un earned 


urn 


out learn 




burn 


un learn 


un re turned 


churn 


ex cernf 


un dis cerned 


dernf or 


con cern 




dearn?t 


se cern 


urnt 


derne* 


al tern? 


burnt 


fern 


a stern 


learnt 


gernt 


at torn 




girnf 


e tern* or 


un burnt 



166 



SINGLE RHYMES, UFnt UFSt 



un learnt 


fierce? 


as perse 




[era, p. 61 ; 


dis perse 


ftrnz 


u, p. xiv] 


ab sterse 


turns 


hearse 


co erce 


[urn, above] 


herse 


a verse 




hyrse 


ad verse 


urp 


curse 


di verse? 


chirp 


mercet 


in verse 


stirpf. 


nurse 


con verse? 


irpf or 


pierce? 


ob verse? 


irpef 


purse 


per verse 


[u, p. xiv, Key]spersef 


re verse 




searcet 


ren verse 


de cerpt 


thyrse 


sub versef 


dis cerpf 


terse 


tra verse? 


ex cerpf 


tierce? or 


trans verse? 


ex tirpt 


tercet 




u surp 


ers 


re dis burse 




Erse 


re im burse 


urps 


verse 


mis re hearse 


chirps 


worse 


in ter sperse 


[urp, above] 








dis burse 


firsli 


urpt 


im burset 


earsh* or 


chirped 


in hearse or 


ersh* 


[urp, above] 


in herse 






re hearse 


first 


de cerptt 


ac curse 


burst 


ex cerpt 


ex curset 


durst 




pre curset 


first 


urpts 


un curse 


hurst or 


ex cerpts 


a merce 


hyrst 




im merse 


cursed? or 


urs 


com merce? 


curst 


burse 


sub merse 


[urs, above] 



SINGLE RHYMES, Ul'St Ul't 



167 



thirst 


birt or 


dis sertf 


erst 


burt 


ex sert 


[u, p. xiv, Key] chert 


in sert 


earst 


dirt 


con. cert? 


versed 


flirt or 


be spirtt or 


verst or 


flurtf 


be spurtt 


werst 


girt 


a stertt 


worst 


gurt 


ex ert 




hurt 


in ert 


out burst? 


whort or 


a vert 


ac cursed? or 


whurtf 


ad vert 


ac curst 


curt 


di vert 


un cursed or 


pert 


e vert 


un curst 


shirt 


in vert 


e mersed 


skirt 


con vert? 


sub mersed 


squirt 


ob vert 


un pursedf 


spirt or 


per vert? 


a thirst 


spurt 


re vert 


re versed 


stertt 


sub vert 


un versed 


sturt 


trans vertf 




syrtf or 


de sert? 


un ac cursed 


sirtf 


des sert 


un re hearsed 


vert|| 




un a merced 


wert 


in ex pert 


un im mersed 


wort 


un ex pert 


in dis persed 




re-as sert 


un dis persed 


be girt 


re-in sert 


un re versed 


en girt or 


dis con cert? 




in girt 


pre con cert? 


ursts 


un girt 


re-ad vert 


bursts 


un hurt 


feme-co vert?| 


[urst, above] 


a lert 


re con vert 




a pertf 


un per vertt 


ftrt 


ex pert 


in tro vert 


blurt 


as sert 


con tro vert? 



l68 SINGLE KHYMES,firt U(l 

re tro vert? urv un pre served 
in de sert curve 

kervet iirvz 

an i mad vert nerve curves 

[u, p. xiv, Key] [urv, above] 

urth serve turvesf 
berth stervef 



[u, p. xiv, Kej 


r ] swerve 


iirz 


birth 


verve || 


burrs 


dearth 




[fir, p. 161] 


firth 


in curve 


furs 


girth 


re curve 


furze 


mirth 


in nerve 


hers 


murth* 


re nerve 




earth 


un nerve 


fit 


worth 


dis serve 


e mefite?|| 


yearthf 


con serve? 






mis serve 


uz 


un girth 


sub serve 


creux?|| 


un earth 


de serve 




out worth 


ob serve 


bas-bleus? 


un worthf 


pre serve 


prie-dieux?|[ 




re serve 


[plurals of fi, p. 


firths 




161] 


berths 


mis ob serve 




births 


un re serve 


u 


[firth, above] 




to? 




urvd 




urtlit 


curved 


ud 


berthed 


[urv, above] 


good 


[firth, above] 




hood 




un served 


could 


urts 




should 


hurts 


un de served 


stood 


[firt, above] 


un ob served 


would 



SINGLE EHYMES, tid. Upt 169 


wood 


un hook 


[ul, above] 




out look? 




a good 


up lookf 


un pulled 


un goodf 


un shookf 




un hood 


for sook 


ulf 


up stoodf 


be took 


wolf 


with stood 


mis took 




in wood 


par took 


ulfs 






wolf's 


un der stood 


o ver look 




un with stood 


un der took 


ulvz 




o ver took 


wolves 


mis un der stood 








uks 


iilz 


udz 


books 


bulls 


goods 


[uk, above] 


[ul, above] 


woods 






[ud, above] 


ukt 


unt 




hooked? 


won't? 


uk 


[uk, above] 




book 




up 


brook 


un booked 


hoop? 


dook* 


un cooked 


whoop? 


flowk? 




woop? 


hook 


ul 




crook 


bull 


un hoop? 


cook 


full 




quookf 


pull 


ups 


look 


tulle?| 


hoops? 


nook 


wool 


[up, above] 


rook 






shook 


o ver full 


iipt 


strook?f 




hooped? 


stook 


iild 


[up, above] 


took 


fulled ' 





10 



170 



SINGLE KHYMES, Ul* UtS 



ur 


push 


un put 


tour nure?|| 






[or, p. 136J 


usht 


un der foot 




bushed 


un der put 


ursh 


pushed 




bursch?| 




uts 




ut 


foot's 


us 


foot 


puts 


puss 


put? 


[ut, above] 




soot? 





bush 



ush 



a foot 



PART II. 

DOUBLE RHYMES, aa ab 



aa 


a beyant 


fable 


drayage 




Jgabel 


paagef- 


zayat?|| 


gable 


weighage 


[act, below] 


cable 






Jlabel 


aa 


ab 


IsabalJ! 


naiad? 


saba|l 


sable 


[aed, below] 


ca aba?|| 


stable 




pi aba?| 


table 


kayak?H 


co paibail 


dis able 


[ayak, p. 221] 




en able 




gaban 


un able 


de f rayal 


[a & ban?] 


in stable 


be trayal 




un stable 


por trayal 


tabes? || 


dis en able 


sur veyal 


[abiz, below] 


sem i-fable 


be traj^als 


labentf 


fabled 


[aal, above] 


[a & bent?] 


[abl, above] 






un cabled 


maian, &c. 


baby 


un en abled 


[ayan, p. 221] 


gaby 






may-be? 


ablest 


a beyance 




tablest 


con veyance 


babies 


[abl, above] 


pur veyance or 


[abl, above] 




pour veyancef 


Jtabes?|| 


gablet 


re con veyance 




cablet 




able 




naiant? 


Jbabel 


gablets 



172 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ab ML 



[ablet, above] 



fabricks? nature, &c. 

tlabrax?|| [atyur, p. 218] 



en ableth 






[abl, above] 


glabrous 


ad 




Jlabrose? 


heyday 


ably 


labrus?|| 


pay-day 


stably 


scabrous 


play-day 


cabling 


craber 


heydays 


stabling 


labor || or 


[ada", above] 


[abl, above] 


labour 






neighbor! 


nadab|| 


abler 


saber or 


[a & dab?] 


fabler 


sabre|| 




stabler 


tabor! 1 


aidancet, &c. 


tablert 


be labor! 


[adens, below] 




day-labor! 




fablers 


out labor! 


veda?|| 


tablersf 


o ver labor! 


jan gada?|| 






ci cada?|| 


fables 


qua-bird 


ar mada?|| 


dis ables 


labored! 


pa nada?|| 


[abl, above] 


sabered or 


am bre ada?|| 




sabred 


tar di grada?|| 


nabob?|| 


[abur, above] 




[a & bob?] 


un labored! 


Adar?|| 




un neighbored! 


[adur, below] 


nabobs? 






[a & bobs?] 


crabers 


hades? || 




[abur, above] 


[adlz, below] 


fabric? or 






fabrick? 


ach 


jaded 


[a & brick?] 


aitches 


cock aded 




[ach, p. 3] 


[ad, p. 3] 


fabrics? or 




un aided 



DOUBLE RHYMES, Hd 173 


two-bladed 


shady 


cradled 


un faded 


ci cadae?|| 


[adl, above] 


ar caded 


un shady 




in shaded 




aidless 


un shaded 


radix?|| 


fadeless 


un traded 


spadix?|| 


shadeless 


un a braded 




tradeless 


un up braided 


gradin 




un de graded 


[adn, below] 


ladlest 


un per suaded 




[adl, above] 


un in vaded 


lading 






shading 


cradleth 


Jaidancef 


trading 


[adl, above] 


cadence 


[ad, p. 3] 




de cadence? 


sub aiding 


laidly* 


dem i cadence? 


un fading 


staidly or 




un trading 


stayedlyt 


Jaidantf 






cadent 


shadings 


cradling 


de cadent 


[adtng, above] 


[adl, above] 


madest 


jadish 


cradlings 


[ad, p. 3] 


old-maidish 


[adlmg, above] 


trod o mon tadist 








thades?|| 


cradles 


fadeth 


cadi's? 


[adl, above] 


[ffd, p. 3] 


ladies 






[Mf, above] 


gladen 


shadeful 




tgradin 


spadeful 


cradle 


laden 


tradeful 


ladle 


maiden 




paidle* 


men haden or 


fady 


dis cradle 


man haden 


cadi?|| 


en cradle 




lady 




staidness or 



10* 



174 



DOUBLE KHYMES, atl af 



stayednessf 


strap padoed 


^tradesmen 


un staidness 


bas ti nadoed 






[ado, above] 


ae 


maidens 


un bar ri cadoed 


bayed? 


[a"dn, above] 




[a, P . l] 




gam badoes 


Jnaiad? 


spado?| 


[ado, above] 


Jnaid 


gam bado 






stoc cado 


gadus?|| 


gayest 


sea lado 


gradus?|| 


mayest 


ar mado 


Jex trados?|| 


playest 


fu madoll 


Jin trados?| 


[a, P . 1] 


gre nado or 


tar di gradous? 


Jes sayist? 


gra nadof 


gym no cladus?ll 


tpro saist? 


pa nado 




Jal ge braist? 


tor nado 


JAdar?|| 


[alsts, p. 176] 


strap pado 


Jador?|| 




do rado?|| 


aider 


jayet|| 


era sado? 


glader 


Jzayat?|| 


pas sado? 


nadir?|| 




pin tado|| 


trader 


brayeth 


bra vado 


wader 


payeth 


des per ado? 


cru sader 


o beyeth 


ren e gado? 


per suader 


[a, P . 1] 


im bro cado 


in vader 


Jsa baoth?|! 


bar ri cado 


[ad, p. 3] 




am bus cado 


tmas ti gador?|| 


af 


av o cado 


or Jmas ti cador 


chafest 


ref or mado?|| 




safest 


car bo nadof 


traders 


[f,p. 5] 


bas ti nado 


[adftr, above] 




cam i sado 




vouch safeth 


mus co vado 


maid's man? 


[af, p. 5] 


a mon til lado?|j 


tmaids' men? 




ad e Ian tado?|| 


tradesman 


chafing 



DOUBLE EHTMES, Jtf 



175 






[af, P- 5] 


ag 


sago 




Jpaigle or 


lum bago?|| 


chafings 


Ipagil 


plum bago?|| 


[aflng, above] 


plagal 


fi lago?|| 




vagal 


ga lago?|| 


crayfish 




i mago?|| 


[a & fish?] 


Jagon?||t 


far rago?|| 


safish 


lagan 


ce rago?|| 




pagan 


vi rago?|| 


safely 


Jpo hagen|| 


Gal lego?|| 


un safely 


sem i-pagan 


med i cago?|| 






gal li nago?|| 


safeness 


pagans 




un safeness 


[agan, above] 


vi ragoes? 






[ago, above] 


safety 


aga?|| 




un safety! 


saga?| 


flagrance 




saiga|| 


fragrance 


naphew 


ta legaj 




tafeu?|| 


fa nega|| 


flagrant 




bad i aga?|| 


fragrant 


afer?|| 


ru ta-baga?|| 


vagrant 


chafer 




con flagrantf 


Kafir?|| 


sa gas? 


in fragrant 


safer 


|~a"ga', above] 


un fragrant 


[f, p. 5] 






wafer 


plaguest 


sagra?|| 




vaguest 


po dagra?ll 


wafers 




pel lagra?|| 


[fifur, above] 


plagueth 


al magra?) 




vaguetht 


chi ragra?|| 


playful 






preyfult 


plaguing 


sagum?|| 


swayfult 


vaguingf 


par vagum?|| 


trayful 







176 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ag" a 



magus?|| 


He braic 


e laine? or 


sagus?|| 


Ju dale 


e lain? 


vagousf 


Chal dale 


[Syan, p. 221] 


cho ragus?|| 


spon dale 




ar chi magus?|| 


Al caic 


baying 




ar chaic 


haying 


Jfragor?|| 


trp chaic 


swaying 


maigrellf 


Ro maic 


o beying 


plaguer 


Si naic 


[*, P- 1] 


tnagor?|| 


Al taic 


un paying 


Jsagar 


del taic 


un staying 


vaguer 


vol taic 


un weighing 


soupe-maigre?| 


Mo saic 


un de caying 




mo saic 


un de laying 


plaguers 


pro saic 




[agur, above] 


stan zaicf 


bayings 




al ge braic 


[atng, above] 


all 


Sad du caic 




mayhem or 


Ar a maic 


dais|| 


maihem 


Ptol e maic 


[36s, p. 186] 


Jslay 'em 


Cyr e naic 




[a & 'em] 


mes a raic or 


grayish 




mes e raic 


wheyish 


at 


Phar i saic 


clayish 


clayey 


pre-mo saic 




wheyey 


un mo-saic 


es sayists? 




sty la gal maic? or 


pro saists? 


naid 


sty lo gal maic? 


al ge braists? 


[agd, above] 


par a di saic 


[agst, p. 174] 




an te mo saic 




caicf or 




Laismf 


caique]] 


laics 


Mo saisrn? 


laic 


[atk, above] 


Ar a maism 


sale 




Phar i saism? 


The bale 


Jcrayon 





DOUBLE RHYMES, aK aj 



177 



Ar a maisms 


wages re-en gagement 


[atzm, above] 


Jam bages?|| 






en gages 


en gagements 


aj 


[aj, p. 5] 


[ajment, above] 


raja?|| or 


im pages?|| 




rajah?|| 


tcom pages?|| 


pageryf 


el caja?|j 




ragery?f 




ragefulf 


stagery?t 


rajahs? 


pre sagef ul 




[aja, above] 




Jmagian? 




magi? II 


Jplum bagine or 


aged? 


cho ragi?|| 


Jplum bagin 


paged? 




con tagion 


PJ, P- 5] 


gauging 






staging 


magians? 


agent 


[aj, p. 5] 


[ajim, above] 


pageant? 


un en gaging 




co agent 




ragiousf 


re agent 


stagings 


cour ageous 


sub agent 


[ajtng, above] 


urn brageous? 


vice agent 




out rageous 


un der-agent 


cagit 


con tagious 


in ter agent 


[aj & it?] 


non-con tagious 






ad van tageous 


agents 


ageless 


an ti con tagious 


[ajent, above] 


[aj & less?] 


dis ad van tageous 


sagest 


sagely 


gager or 


wagest 


stagelyt 


ganger 


[aj, p. 5] 




Jmajor|| 




en gagement 


sager 


rageth 


pre sagementf 


stager 


[aj, P . 5] 


as suagement 


[aj, p. 5] 




dis en gagement 


wager 


ages 


pre-en gagement 





178 



DOUBLE RHYMES, HJ ilk 



wagers akSd, below] bakings 

[ajur, above] [Skfng, above] 

spakest 

ak takest rakish 

pacate [ak, p. 5] snakish 
placate 

vacate breaketh sakis? 

o pacate?f [ak, p. 5] [aki, above] 



placates 


wakeful 


made? 


[akat, above] 


[ak & full?] 


[akal, above] 


Jmacle? 


snake-head 


makeless 


pacal 


stake-head 


slakeless 


Jtackle? 


[ak^d, above] 




clo acal 




lakelet 


Jde bade 


snake-heads 


[ak & let?] 




stake-heads 




fracas?|| 




brakeman or 


[akus, below] 


achy 


breakmanf 




braky 


tbrakemen 


phaca?|| 


flaky 


wakeman* 


paca?|| 


laky 


Jwakemen* 


raca?|| 


maki?|| 




clo aca?|| 


quaky 


bakenf 


por tu laca?|| 


saki?H 


bacon 


pas ti naca?[ 


shaky 


kraken 


[ekft, p. 334] 


snaky 


tlakin 






shaken 


makebate 


aching 


[ak, p. 5] 


[ak-& bat?] 


baking 


waken 




[ak, p. 5] 


un shaken 


naked 


un aching 


un taken 


waked? 


un quaking 


a waken 


[Jk, p. 5; 




un for saken 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ilk ill 



179 



un mis taken 


baker 


greylag 




daker or 


[a & lag?] 


wakened 


dakir 




a wakened 


fakir 


Kaland 


un wakened 


quaker 


layland 


un a wakened 


maker 


[a & land?] 




nacre?|| or 




krakens 


naker 


Kalands 


wakens 


nakir 


[aland, above] 


[akn, above] 


saker or 






sacre|| or 


ex halant 


draco?|| 


saikyr 


Jin halent 


cacao? 


shaker 


Jtrans calent 


paco?|| 


taker 


as sailant 


tou raco?|| 


[ak, p. 5] 


Jin trans calent 




con-acre 




sacral 


un quaker 


gala?| 


am bu lacral 




> mala?|| 




acred 


scala?|| 


sacra?|| 


fakur, above] 


ci cala?|| 


am bu lacra?|| 


sacred?t 


shil lalah|] or 






shill lelahll 


sacrum?|| 


acres|| 




am bu lacrum?|| 


[akur, above] 


alar 






[alur, below] 


tfracas?|| 


al 




Jpacos?|| 


bailage 


re gale?|| 


$rachis?|| or 


treillage?|| 


[air, below] 


trhachis?|| 






ma cacus?|| 


alate 


ailed? 


o pacousf 


malate 


[31, p. 6] 


sem i-o pacous 


py ro malate or 


taled?|| 




pyr o malate 




acrell 




|faillis|| 


Jachor?J 


graylag or 


playless 



iso 



DOUBLE EHYME8, 



, al 



rayless 


haily 


ailing 


staylessf 


kali?|| 


failing 


Jtalus?|| 


paly 


grayling 


wayless 


sailyf 


whaling 


{dig i talis?|| 


shaly 


wailing 


[alleX below] 


scaly 


[SI, p. b] 




taillie* 


un ailing 


wailest 


twaylay? 


un failing 


[al, p. 6] 


re gale?||t 


un quailing 




se cale?i| 


un a vailing 


aileth 


un scaly 


un pre vailing 


[ill, p. 6] 


shil laly|| or 






sliil lely,| 


failings 


baleful 


cor o nale?|| 


[Sling, above] 


pailful 


ra tio nale?|| or 




talefult 


ra ti o nale?|| 


alish 


wailful 




palish 




bailiff 




cali?l| 


calif or 


dailies 


kali?]] 


caliph or 


[alt, above] 


[al&I; a&ll?] 


kalif 








sailless 


day-line 


bailiffs 


scaleless 


saline? 


[allf , above] 


tailless 


sub saline? 




veilless or 




beylic 


vailless 


elilite 


Gaelic? 


[ales, above] 


daylight 


malic 






py ro malic or 


frailly 


bailyf 


pyr o malic 


palely 


bailey 




stalelyf 


bailie* 


beylics 




daily 


calyx?|| or 


ailment 


gaily or 


calix 


bailment 


gayly 


salix?|| 


[SI, p. 6] 



DOUBLE EHYMES, al am 



181 



re galement 


sailor 


Jsur veillant?|| 


as sailmentf 


[31, p. 6] 


su per salient?t 




Jsqualor?!! 




bailments 


tailor 


tailzie* or 


[alme'nt, above] 




tailzee* 




jailers! 


ca per cailzie 


frailness 


[alur, above] 




paleness 




tailzies* 


staleness 


palewise 


[SlzT, above] 




tale-wise 




halo?|| 




dalesman 


cem balo?|f 


Jalien? 


Jdalesmen 


bi lalo?|| 


Dae dalian? 


salesman 




pe dalian? 


^salesmen 


haloid 


West phalian? 


talesman 


squaloid 


tte naillon| 


^talesmen 




U ralian?H 




halos? 


Phar salian? 


am 


[alo, above] 


Thes salian? 


Jhamate 




Cas talian? 


pla3nnate 


bailpiece 


bac cha nalian? 


squamate 


tail-piece 


ses qui pe dalian? 


des quamate 


JBalaam|| 


bac cha nalians? 


playmates 


malum?H 


[alyan, above] 


des quamates 


talar 


dahlia?|| 


caymanll or 


bailer or 


bat talia?|| 


caiman] 


tbailor 


a zalea?|| 


drayman 


whaler 


[aim, p. 613] 


layman 


jailer or 




Shaman? 


jailor or 


dahlias? 


high wayman 


gaoler 


[alya*, above] 


[ameX below] 


Jmalar 






sailer 


salient? 


Shamans? 



n 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



[a'me'nz, below] 


Jstamin 


tstamins 




ex amen?||f 




drama?|| 


du ramen?|| 


lamest 


glama? 


fo ramen?|| 


[am, p. 8] 


krama?|| 


die tamen?|| 


JRamist 


lama?|| 


pu tamen?|| 




llama?|| 


gra vamen?|| 


frameth 


mel o drama?|| 


o le amen? I 


[am, p. 8] 


cos mo rama?|| 


cor o namen?|| 




di o rama?|| 




blameful 


ge o rama?H 


^claimant 


gameful 


ne o rama?|| 


Jclamant 


shameful 


pan o rama?|| 


payment 




myr i o rama?|| 


raiment 


hamite 


pol y o rama?|| 


em bayment 


samite 


pan ste re o rama?|| 


de f rayment 


zamite 


hy per myr i o ra- 


Jde claimant 




ma?|| 


tre claimant 


flamy 




al layment 


gamy 


dramas? 


non-payment 




[ama, above] 


pre payment 


framing 




re payment 


[am, p. 8] 


cambric 


be trayment 


un aiming 


[am & brick?] 




un re claiming 




payments 




chamber [amgnt, above] 


framings 


in chamberf 




[amlng, above] 


an te chamber? 


amens? 




[am & bur?] 


flamens? 


chlamys?|| 




tcaymans or 


[amus, below] 


amen?|| 


Jcaimans 




draymen 


Jlayman's 


lamish 


[aman, above] 


[ama'n, above] 


tarnish 


flamen?H 


JShamans? 




stamen?|| 


stamens? 


blameless 



DOUBLE EHYMES, am an 183 


fameless 


glamour or 


ana? 


flameless 


glamer* 


grana?|| 


claimless 


lamer 


rana?|| 


nameless 


de claimer 


scena?|| 


shameless 


dis claimer 


ar cana?|| 


tameless 


[am, p. 8] 


[anum, below] 


re claimless 


tes tamur?|| 


ja cana?|| 






no lana?l| 


lamely 


de claimer s 


bi mana?|| 


namely 


[amur, above] 


ba nana?|| 


tamely 




cam pana?|| 




an 


ang sana? || 


lameness 


drainage 


cur tana 


sameness 


gainage 


sul tana?|| 


tameness 


grainage 


ig u ana?|| 




cranage 


sab el lana?H 


glaymore 


wainage 


ni co ti ana? [ 


claymore 




ip e cac u anha?|| 


[a & more?] 


lanate 






sub lanate? 


kaynardf 


gamester 


com planate? 


reynard? 


[am & stir?] 








anal 


kaynardsf 


famous 


veinal [anard, above] 


hamous 


de canal? 




camousf 




re mainder 


tcamis?f 


com plainant 


at tainder 


camus?t 


con tainant 


de tainder 


tchlamys?] 






ramous 


com plainants 


re mainders 


squamous 


[anant, above] 


[andur, above] 


man damns?!! 






sub ramous 


anas?|| 


ranse?|| 


ig no ramus?|| 


[anus, below] 


[ana, above ; 






SnI 7 below] 



184 



DOUBLE BHYMES, 



canes?|| 
manes?l| 
[a"niz, below] 

veined? 
[an, p. 8] 

tzaniedf 
iout zanied 



[anne's & anus, 
below] 

gainest 
plainest 
[an, p. 8] 

feigneth 
[an, p. 8] 

gainful 

painful 

dis dainful 

[an, p. 8] 

un gainful 

un painful 

canine? 
ranine 

pay-night 
[a & nit?] 
thranite 



grainy 
cany 
maneh?|| 
rainy 
ranae?|| 
[ana, above] 

trainyf 
veiny 
[an, p. 8] 
wany 
zany? 
as lani?]| 
out zany 
ar bor Di anse?H 

paynimll 
[aniun, below] 

training 
[an, p. 8] 
un feigning 
self -ex plaining 
un com plaining 
un at taining 
un sus taining 
un en ter taining 

trainings 
pining, above] 

canis?|[ 
[anus, below] 

brainish 
[an, p. 8] 



Danish 
An glo-Danish 

manehs? 
Jmanes?|| 
[anez, above] 

zanies 
[am, above] 

angel 
arch angel 

rangest 
strangest 
[anj, p. 10] 

es trangeth 
[anj, p. 10] 

changes 
[Snj, p. 10] 

ranging 
[anj, p. 10] 

rangings 
[anjing, above] 

ar rangement 
de rangement 
es trangement 
in ter change- 

mentf 

dis ar rangement 
mis ar rangement 



DOUBLE RHYMES, an 



ar rangements 


pro f anely 


[an & pan?] 


[anjmSnt, above] 


un gainly 






hu manely 


mainprise 


danger 


in sanely 


[an & prize?] 


granger 


[an, p. 8] 




manger 




swainship 


ranger 


en chainment 


thaneship 


[anj, p. 10] 


or dainmentt 




stranger 


ar raignment 


swainships 


en danger 


re strainment [ansMp, above] 


mon ey-changer? 


at tainment 






de tainment 


ac quaint ance 


strangeredf 


con tainment 


in ac- quaint ance 


en dangered 


ob tainment 


non-ac quaint- 


un en dangered 


as cer tainment 


ance 




en ter tainment 


pre-ac quaint- 


dangers 




ance 


[anjur, above] 


en chainments 


un ac quaintance 




[anment, above] 




brainless 




sainted 


painless 


plainness 


[ant, p. 10] 


paneless 


[am% above] 


un painted 


stainless 


saneness 


un tainted 


[an, p. 8] 


[an, p. 8] 


un ac quainted 






un at tainted 


chainlet 


vol cano|| 




veinlet 


rip i eno?|| 


faintest 




hur ri canof 


paintest 


chainlets pseu do-vol cano 


[ant, p. 10] 


[anlet, above] 


al to-rip i eno?|| 








tainteth 


gainlyt 


volcanoes 


[ant, p. 10] 


mainly 


[ano, above] 




plainly 




dainty 


vainly 


gainpain 


fainty 



186 



DOUBLE RHYMES, an i 



fainting 


at tainture 


re dis trainer 


painting 




[an, p. 8] 


[ant, p. 10] 


at taintures 




un fainting 


[Sntyur, above] 


strainers 






[anftr, above] 


paintings 


granum?|| 




Banting, above] 


tpainim or 


banewort 




tpaynimll 


Banewort 


faintish 


ar canum?|| 




quaintish 


so lanum?|| 


baneworts 




ol i banum?|| 


[anwtirt, above] 


plaintive 






con straintivef 


tanas?i| 


ad 




heinous 


ca cao? 


paintless 


Jcanis?|| 


ma cao? || 


plaintless 


Jmanis?! 


ci cis beo?|| 


taintless 


veinous 






in canous 


crayon 


faintly 


e lanus?|| 


[Sin, p. 176] 


quaintly 


bi manous? 




saintly 


|a nanas?|| 


tdais?|| 


un saintly 


va ranus?|| 


chaosll 




[anes, above] 


pro naos?|| 


faintness 






quaintness 


gainer 


ftp 




Jmainor 


papal 


fainter 


plainer 


[apl, below] 


painter 


planer 




[ant, p. 10] 


strainer 


apes?|| 




cbi caner 


stapes? II 


painters 


Jmain tainor 




[antfir, above] 


re tainer 


papess 




tdis trainor 


[apis, below] 


painturet 


dis trainer 




tainturef 


pa per-stainer? 


JPapist 



DOUBLE RHYMES, tip 111* 



shapest 


Jcapel or 


aper? 


[ap, p. 11] 


caple 


draper 


tred-tapist 


maple 


gaper? 


[aplsts, below] 


Jpapal 


caper 




staple 


paper 


es capeth 




Jsapor?|| 


[ftp, p. 11] 


chapeless 


scraper 




grapeless 


[ap, p. 11] 


napi?|| 


shapeless 


taper 


[apus, below] 


scapeless 


tapir?|| 






vapor || or 


grapy 


shapely 


vapour 


cape?|| 


un shapely 


out caper 


crapy 








maples 


papered 


scraping 


[a"pl, above] 


[apur, above] 


[ap, p. 11] 








scapement 


aproned? 


scrapings 


es capement 


un aproned? 


[aping, above] 








capon? 


capers 


apis?|| 


shapen 


[apur, above] 


lapis?|| 


Jyapon? 




tnapus?!! 


mis shapen 


ar 


ipapess 


un shapen 


Arab? 


Jscapus?!! 




Jkarob 


tapis?] 


apron? 




si napis?|| 


tcaprine? 


caranx?|| 


[armks, below] 


papismf 


jack a napesesg 




red-tapism 


[aps, p. 11] 


ara?|| 






gara?|| 


Papists 


napus?|| 


ti ara?|| 


[Spgst, above] 


scapus?|| 


Ma deira?|| 




[apis, above] 


sa mara?|| 



188 



DOUBLE RHYMES, Silt 



cran tara? 


un wary? 


faro?|| of 


dul ca mara?|| 


coch le are? || 


pharaoh?||f or 




con dot tierill 


pharo?||t 


ti arae?|| 


in ter vary 


taro?|| 


[ara 1 , above ; 


Ja pi a cere|| 


fu ero|| 


Sri, below] 




som brero|| 




varied 


ran chero] 


harem?|| 


Jti araed 


bo lero|| 


[arum, below] 


quan daried?|| 


ig naro?||f 




in varied 


pam pero|| 


carex?|| 


un varied 




[artks, below] 


in ter varied 


ran cheros 






[aro, above] 


vari?|| 


hay-ricks 




mus cari?|| 


Jcarex?!! 


karob 


cer ti o rari?|| 


varix?|| 


[a"rab, above] 




[arfsez, p. 633] 




playwright 




pharos? || 


eu cairite? 


pharynx? || 


saros?|| 




Jcaranx?!! 


[Srus, below] 


aerie? 


larynx?|| 




chary? 




arum?|| 


dairy 


po laris?|| 


garum?|| 


clary? 


[arus, below] 


tharem?|| 


prairie? 




larum? 


scary* 


dairies 


a larum?f 


vary 


varies 


[erum, p. 335] 


wary? 


[arf, above] 




ti ar8e?|| 




Ipharos 


[ara, above] 


charism 


[ar6s, above] 


quan dary? 


car bo narism 


garous? 


va gary 




carus?|| 


de nary? 


charisms 


scarus?|| 


ca nary 


[arizm, above] 


tpo laris?|l 


pe trary 




[erus, p. 335] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, OS 



189 



as 


Jbasist 


Dacian 


re naissance?|j 


Ga latian 


[asens, below] 


placet?! 


crus tacean 




tacet?|| 


ce tacean 


o beisant? 




[ashun, below] 


[asent, below] 


chaseth 






[as, p. 12] 


Dacians 


o masa?|| 




[ashan, above] 


[asiim, p. 214] 


aces 




im presa|| 


bases? 


a cacia?|] 





cases 


tes tacea?|| 


bases?|| 


[as, p. 12] 


gal i matias?|| or 


phases? || 




gal li matia?||f 


[asls, p. 212] 


graceful 


eu tlia nasia?|) 




spacefulf 


[ilzha, p. 221 ; 


{a baisance or 


dis graceful 


ashia, p. 617] 


|o beisance? 


un graceful 




ad jacence 




patience 


Jre naissance?|| 


satiate? 


im patience 


com placence 


in gratiate? 




cir cum jacence 


e maciate? 


facientf 


in ter jacence 


[ashiat, p. 617] 


patient 






im patient 


jacent 


facial 


ru be f acient 


tnaissant?|| 


glacial? 


sor be facient 


|o beisant? 


spatial 


cal e facient 


ad jacent 


ab batial 


stu pe facient 


sub jacent 


bi facial 


f eb ri facient 


com placent 


tri facial 


liq ui facient 


cir cum jacent 


pre glacial 


o ver patient 


su per jacent 


sub glacial 


par tu ri facient 


in ter jacent 


pa latial 






u ni facial 


patients 


basest 


in ter facial [a'she'nt, above] 


[as, p. 12] 


dip lo matialf 





11* 



190 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



fraches 


cu bation 


pa cation 


[ash, p. 12] 


li bation 


pli cation 




pro bation 


sul cation 


char geship 


cri brationf 


trun cation 


[a & ship?] 


li bration 


va cation 




vi bration 


vo cation 


ratio?| 


foun dation 


Jpan cratian 


pis tachio?!| 


fron dation 


e quation 




gra dation 


li quation 


ratios? 


lau dation 


ab lation 


[asho, above] 


. no dationf 


de lation 




nu dation 


di lation? 


pan cratium?H 


tpre dacean 


e lation 


cy matium?|| 


hy dration 


JGa latian 


[ashlum, p. 617] 


tSe fatian 


il lation 




af Hation 


co lationf 


JAsian 


ef flation 


col lation 


JDacian 


in flation 


lal lation 


JLatian 


con flation 


ob lation 


lationf 


suf flationf 


pro lation 


nation 


le gation 


re lation 


ration? 


li gation 


tse lacian 


station 


ne gation 


sub lationf 


JThracian 


nu gation 


trans lation 




pur gation 


val lation 


fix ation 


ri gationf 


JDal matian 


flux ation 


ro gation 


for mation 


fri ation 


mi gration 


hu mationf 


ere ation 


JA cacian? 


gem mation 


lax ation 


fal cation 


cla mation 


lux ation 


Jpho cacean 


ere mation 


stri ation 


fus cation 


chris mation 


tax ation 


fur cation 


li mation 


vex ation 


JCau casian? 


na mation 


jo bation 


lo cation 


JSar niatian 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



191 



sum mation 


do tation 


fil tration 


ag nation 


flo tation 


frus tration 


dam nation 


flir tation 


cas tration 


do nation 


gus tation 


lus tration 


en nation 


hor tation 


Jos tracean 


pho nation 


jac tation 


pros tration 


car nation 


ges tation 


ti tration 


co nation 


cap tation 


cur vation 


cog nation 


Jcrus tacean? 


JNo vatian 


I]} nation 


eras tation 


no vation 


nun nation 


cunc tationf 


ner vation 


pro nation 


cur tation 


o vation 


stag nation 


quar tation 


pri vation 


ver nation 


quo tation 


sal vation 


pal pation 


lac tation 


star vation 


stu prationf 


lu tation 


cau sation 


a ration 


mac tationf 




du ration 


mu tation 


co ax ationf 


tHo ratian 


nic tation 


tra be ation 


gy ration 


no tation 


re bo ationt 


nar ration 


nu tation 


ver ber ation 


neu ration 


op tation 


i de ation 


o ration 


plan tation 


me di ation 


ser ration 


po tation 


ra di ation 


JEu rasian 


pres tation 


cren el ation! 


JA1 sacian or 


rep tation 


fil i ation 


JA1 satian 


ro tation 


lin e ation 


cas sation 


rue tation 


ru in ation 


quas sation 


sal tation 


ag ger ation 


pul sation 


Jce tacean 


in cho ation 


sen sation 


ci tation 


pro ere ation 


ces sation 


spu tation 


re-cre ation? 


arc tation 


temp tation 


ar cu ation 


den tation 


lies tacean 


re lax ation or 


die tation 


vas tation 


rel ax ation 



192 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



f o li ation 


glom er ation 


ad um bration 


mal le ation 


it er ation 


ob um brationt 


pal li ation 


gen er ation 


re vi bration 


spo li ation 


col or ation 


rec or dationt 


sub lux ation 


lac er ation 


em en dation 


per me ation 


lib er ation 


in feu dation or 


nu mer ation 


mac er ation 


in feo dationt 


an nex ation 


mod er ation 


de f rau dation 


ex pi ation 


op er ation 


ox i dation or 


am pli ation 


cin er ation 


ox y dation 


as per ation 


tol er ation 


trep i dation 


des per ation 


ven er ation 


val i dationt 


lau re ation 


de vi ation 


com men dation 


rec re ation? 


ob vi ation 


de nu dation or 


va ri ation 


mel ior ation? 


den u dation 


fas ci ation 


al ien ation 


en o dationt 


gla ci ation 


grad u ation 


deg ra dation 


nau se ation 


sin u ation 


dep re dation 


sa ti ation 


sit u ation 


ex su dation! t 


vi ti ation 


vac u ationf 


re su dation 


per son ation 


val u ation 


tran su dation 


men stru ation 


vid u at ion t 


re tar dation or 


in cer ation 


con glo bation 


ret ar dation 


can cer ation 


co ho bation 


fee un dation 


ul cer ation 


ac cu bation 


in un dation 


JAus tral asian 


in cu bation 


liq ui dation 


al ter ation 


pre li bation 


des u dation 


flus ter ation 


sty lo bation 


ex u dation! 


ac tu ation 


ap pro bation 


ex suf flation 


es tu ation 


im pro bation 


in suf flation 


flue tu ation 


rep ro bation 


ev a gationt 


punc tu ation 


per tur bation 


prop a gation 


el ux ationf 


eel e bration 


ag gre gation 


a er ation 


ter e brationt 


con gre gation 


fed er ation 


lu cu bration 


del e gation 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



193 



del i gation 


sur ro gationf 


in f u cation 


lev i gation 


cor ru gation 


in fus cation 


lit i gation 


in sti gation 


ob fus cation or 


mit i gation 


fus ti gation 


of fus cationf 


nav i gation 


cas ti gation 


bi fur cation 


rel e gation 


di va gationf 


in fur cation 


ren e gation 


di vul gation or 


ded i cation 


con ju gation 


div ul gation 


def e cation 


sub ju -gation 


con fla gration 


em i cation 


ob JUT gation 


em i gration 


lor i cation 


in la gation 


rem i gration 


med i cation 


ad le gation 


def la gration 


pred i cation 


al le gation 


im mi gration 


rad i cation 


al li gation 


com mi grationf 


ves i cation 


col li gation 


trans mi gration 


des ic cation 


ob li gation 


in te gration 


in cul cation 


sub li gation 


e lin guation_ 


pub li cation 


e Ion gation or 


def al cation 


rep li cation 


el on gation 


de bar kation 


trip li cation 


pro Ion gation or em bar kation or 


vel li cation 


prol on gation 


em bar cation 


al lo cation 


fu rni gation 


u bi cation-f- 


dis lo cation 


pro mul gation or 


ini bri cation 


col lo cation 


prom ul gation 


lu bri cation 


re lo cation 


ab ne gation 


em bro cation 


trans lo cation 


der o gation 


ab di cation 


de mar kation or 


ex pur gation 


in di cation 


de mar cation 


com pur gation 


clau di cation t 


for mi cation 


ir ri gation 


mor di cation 


for ni cation 


seg re gation 


men di cation 


av o cation 


ab ro gation 


vin di cation 


ev o cation 


ad ro gation 


man du cationf 


prov o cation 


ar ro gation 


con us cation 


rev o cation 


pro ro gation 


suf fo cation 


ap pli cation 


sub ro gation 


con f ri cation 


du pli cation 



194 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



ex pli cation 


self-de lation 


i so lation 


im pli cation 


glan du lation 


vi o lation 


com pli cation 


un du lation 


ap pel lation 


sup pli cation 


flab el lation 


com pel lation 


im pre cation 


flag el lation 


cu pel lation 


dep re cation 


cren el lation! 


com pi lation 


fab ri cation 


stran gu lation 


op pi lation 


det run cation? 


ex ha lation 


ir re lation 


oc ce cationf 


in ha lation 


co-re lation 


ex sic cation 


an he lation 


cor re lation 


in sic cation 


dep i lation 


mis re lation 


mas ti cation 


rev e lation 


SLT ra lation 


ur ti cation 


sphac e lation 


can eel lation 


ex tri cation 


sib i lation 


tes sel lation 


de trun cation? 


civ i lation 


floe cil lation 


ob trun cationf 


lap il lation 


os cil lation 


al ter cation 


tit il lation 


in so lation 


cor us cation 


vac il lation 


con so lation 


ad vo cation 


vex il lation 


in stal lation 


in vo cation 


leg is lation 


con stel lation 


con vo cation 


con ge lation 


in stil lation 


ed u cation 


re ge lation 


in su lation 


des e cration 


per co lation 


den ti lation 


ex e cration 


de col lation 


mu ti lation 


con se cration 


cal cu lation 


ven ti lation 


ob se cration 


os cu lation 


dis til lation 


el i quation 


sar cu lation 


pos til lation 


in e quation 


cir cu lation 


scin til lation 


il li quation 


pul lu lationt 


mis trans lation 


col li quation 


im mo lation 


re trans lation 


ob li quation 


cu mu lation 


pos tu lation 


an ti quation 


an nu lation 


us tu lation 


ju bi lation 


av o lationt 


trans vo lation 


am bu lation 


des o lation 


o vu lation 


tu bu lationf 


is o lation or 


ad u lation 



DOUBLE RHYMES, USll 



195 



em u lation 


in hu mation 


con do nation 


gran u lation 


an i mation 


ar e nation 


grat u lation 


dec i mation 


div i nation 


jac u lation 


hy e mation 


dom i nation 


cop u lation 


rac e mation 


cat e nation 


mac u lation 


ac cla mation 


crim i nation 


mod u lation 


ex cla mation 


lam i nation 


nid u lation 


con cla mation 


mach i nation 


pab u lation 


ac cli mation 


nom i nation 


pyc u lation 


in ere mation 


pag i nation 


pop u lation 


des qua mation 


sag i nation! 


reg u lation 


dec la mation 


sal i nationt 


sim u lation 


proc la mation 


sem i nation 


spec u lation 


rec la mation 


Jsol e nacean 


stim u lation 


col li mation 


ven e nation 


stip u lation 


sub li mation 


des ig nation 


tab u lation 


dep lu mation 


res ig nation 


trib u lation 


des pu mation 


each in nation 


ul u lation 


lach ry mation 


ex car nation 


def a mation 


con sum mation 


in car nation 


def or mation 


mis sum mation 


in cli nation 


ref or mation? 


es ti mation 


dec li nation 


in for mation 


in ti mation 


tgal li nacean 


con for mation 


ul ti mationf 


rec li nation 


mal for mation or 


JAth a nasian? 


f ul mi nation 


male for mation 


em a nation 


ger mi nation 


mis for mation 


prof a nation 


com mi nation 


re-f or mation? 


sub or nation 


cul mi nation 


trans for mation 


com bi nation 


ru mi nation 


in flam mation 


tur bi nation 


ter mi nation 


de phlegmation0r 


hi ber nation or 


ver mi nation 


deph leg mation 


hy ber nationf 


det o nation 


af fir mation 


eon dem nation 


cor o nation 


con fir mation 


or di nation 


im pa nation 


ex hu mation 


in dig nation 


su pi nation 



196 DOUBLE RHYMES, USll 


ex pla nation 


con tern plation 


res pi ration 


im preg nation 


con stru pration 


sus pi ration 


ex pug nationt 


prep a ration 


trans pi ration 


op pug nationf 


rep a ration 


cor po ration 


cit ri nation 


sep a ration 


ex plo ration 


u ri nation 


sub ar ration 


sup pu ration 


fas ci nation 


in au ration 


ob scu ration 


cal ci nation 


in du ration 


in spi ration 


Ian ci nation 


ab er ration 


con spi rationt 


vac ci nation 


per er ration 


per spi ration 


as sig nation 


pre flo ration or 


in stau ration 


con sig nation 


prse flo ration 


men su ration 


ob sig nation 


per f o ration 


de ter ration 


sub sig nationt 


fur f u ration 


res to ration 


per so nation 


sul phu ration 


trac to ration 


con ster nation 


au gu ration 


punc tu ration 


des ti nation 


f ul gu ration 


mel io ration? 


glu ti nation 


del i rationf 


dep u ration 


pec ti nation 


cam e ration 


ep u ration 


con tig nation 


lev i ration 


fig u ration 


in to nation 


ab ju ration 


mat u ration 


al ter nation 


ad ju ration 


proc u ration 


fra ter nationt 


con ju ration 


sat u ration 


o zo nation 


ob ju ration 


trit u ration 


syn co pation 


dul co ration 


del ap sation 


in ere pation 


dec la ration 


con den sation 


oc cu pation 


clef lo ration 


com es sationj 


ex cul pation 


ad mi ration 


in eras sation 


in cul pation 


pig no ration 


de cus sation 


dis si pation 


ad o ration 


sue cus sation 


for ci pation 


dec o ration 


dis pen sation 


con sti pation 


per o ration 


com pen sation 


ob sti pation 


vap o rationf 


pre sen sation 


ex tir pation 


as pi ration 


sus pen sation 


u sur pation 


ex pi ration 


in spis sation 



RHYMES, 





con ver sation 


grav i tation 


com men tation 




mal ver sation 


hab i tation 


ce men tation or 




re-in station 


lieb e tation 


cem en tation 




pre mon strationt 


hes i tation 


seg men tation 




re mon strationlw 


im i tation 


im mu tationt 




rein on strationt 


cap f tation 


com mu tation 




dem on stration 


cog i tation 


per mu tation 




ad ap tation 


crep i tation 


trans mu tation 




co ap tation 


lev i tation 


trans na tation 




dev as tation 


lim i tation 


an no tation 




dil a tation 


lie i tationf 


con no tation 




co arc tation 


med i tation 


sub no tation 




ex al tation 


rec i tation 


per noc tation 




du bi tationf 


veg e tation 


den o tation 




in den tation 


vis i tation 


men os tation 




lam en tation 


vol i tationf 


im pas tation 




plac en tation 


ar gen tationf 


im par tation' 




pres en tation 


de can tation or 


ex pec tation 




cem en tation? 


dec an tation 


pal pi tation 




det es tation or 


in can tation 


de plan tation or 




de tes tation 


re can tation 


dep Ian tation 




mol es tation or 


in crus tation 


dis plan tation 




mo les tation 


aus cul tation 


im plan tation 




prot es tation 


oc cul tation 


re plan tation 




af fee tation 


fre quen tation 


sup plan tation 




in fes tation 


mis quo tation 


trans plan tation 




con fron tation 


ab lac tation 


ex ploi tationt 




con fu tation 


de lee tation or 


com po tationt 




en graf tationf 


del ec tation 


as por tation 




an gus tation 


ob lee tation 


de por tation or 




pre gus tation 


aug men tation 


dep or tation 




sub has tation 


de men tation 


ex por tation 




ex nor tation 


f o men tation 


im por tation 




ag i tation 


f ru men tation 


trans por tation 




dig i tation 


fer men tation 


am pu tation 



198 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



dis pu tation 


vol u tationt 


con ser vation 


im pu tation 


in vi tation 


es ti vation or 


com pu tation 


ar bi tration 


aes ti vation 


sup pu tationt 


fen es tration 


cap ti vation 


ar ren tation 


in fil tration 


cul ti vation 


ar res tat ion t 


pen e tration 


en er vation 


ir ri tation 


min is tration 


pres er vation 


as sen tation 


reg is tration 


res er vation 


ac cep tation 


or ches tration 


ob ser vation 


mis ci tation 


il lus tration 


den i zation 


ex ci tation 


per lus trationt 


splen i zation 


in ci tation 


im pe tration 


ac cu sation 


con ci tation 


per pe tration 


trul li zation 


os ci tation 


em plas tration 


sol mi zation 


per scru tation 


con cen tration 


rec u sation 


con sul tation 


self-cen tration 




. per sul tation 


cal ci tration 


in e bri ation 


de cer tationf 


e ven tration 


pro tu ber ation 


dis ser tation 


seq ues tration or 


di ver ber ation 


os ten tation 


se ques tration 


re ver ber ation 


sus ten tation 


ag gra vation 


re pu di ation 


at tes tation 


der i vation 


di ra di ation 


con tes tation 


el e vation 


e ra di ation 


ob tes tation 


sal i vation 


ir ra di ation 


jac ti tation 


ex ca vation 


cor ra di ation 


nic ti tation 


in ca vation 


pre pon der ation 


re trac tation or 


con ca vation 


de sul phur ation 


ret rac tation 


in cur vation 


ef fig i ation 


er uc tation 


re cur vation 


as phyx i ation 


ex ul tation 


sub le vation 


af fil i ation 


eq ui tation 


in no vation 


lix iv i ation 


dep u tation 


in ner vation 


de lin e ation 


ref u tation 


ren o vation 


col lin e ation 


rep u tation 


dep ra vation 


sub lin e ation 


sal u tation 


dep ri vation 


di mil i ationf 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 


ash 199 


hu mil i ation 


in i ti ation 


con cil i ation 


ex cru ci ation 


prin cip i ationf 


e ma ci ation 


re tal i ation 


an nun ci ation 


ox y gen ation 


de nun ci ation 


ex ag ger ation 


e nun ci ation 


e nu cle ation 


pro nun ci ation 


ab la que ation or 


re nun ci ation 


ab laq ue ation 


ex pa ti ation 


il la que ation 


pro pi ti ation 


de fo li ation 


ap pre ci ation 


ex fo li ation 


de pre ci ation 


pre f o li ation or 


li cen ti ationt 


prae fo li ation 


as so ci ation 


ex po li ation 


dis so ci ation 


de spo li ation 


con so ci ation 


an nu mer ation 


sub stan ti ation 


e nu mer ation 


per fee tion ation 


con nu mer ation 


im per son ation 


re-an nex ation 


in car cer ation 


ca lum ni ation 


ex ul cer ation 


re mu ner ation 


e vis cer ation 


ap pro pri ation 


e lu tri ation 


im pro pri ation 


ex pa tri ation 


ex as per ation 


re pa tri ation 


re cu per ation 


ex auc tor ation 


con tern per ation 


a dul ter ation 


vi tu per ation 


ex en ter ationf 


ex co ri ation 


ex pec tor ation 


lux u ri ation 


re flue tu ation 


dif far re ation 


con fed er ation 


con far re ation 


re frig er ation 


de for ci ation 


ag glom er ation 


con gla ci ation 


con glom er ation 


ne go ti ation 


re it er ation 



300 DorBLE RHYMES. 

de gen er ation 

in gen er ation 

re gen er ation 

in cam er ation 

con cam er ation 

de col or ation 

dis col or ation 

di lac er ation 

de lib er ation 

al lit er ation 

ob lit er ation 

com mis er ation 

im mod er ation 

ex on er ation 

in op er ation 

co-op er ation 

ac eel er ation 

as sev er ation 

de sid er ationt 

con sid er ation 

vo cif er ation 

in cin er ation 

in ten er ationt 

in tol er ation 

in vet er ation 

ab bre vi ation 

al le vi ation 

ex u vi ation 

de liq ui ation 

ab al ien ation 

non-al ien ation 

ha bit u ation 

in fat u ation 

ef feet u ation 

per pet u ation 



ash 

ac cent u ation 

in sin u ation 

at ten u ation 

ex ten u ation 

con tin u ation 

e vac u ation 

dis val u ation 

e val u ation 

re val u ation 

dis ap pro bation 

im per tur bation 

ex ac er bation 

re eel e bration 

ex cer e bration 

e qui li bration 

an ti li bration 

coun ter li bration 

sub in feu dation 

ret ro gra dation or 

re tro gra dation 

ex her e dationf 

di lap i dation 

e lap i dationf 

de ox i dation or 

de ox y dation 

dis ox i dation! 

con sol i dation 

in tim i dation 

in val i dation 

dis com men dationf 

rec om men dation 

ac com mo dation 

self-deg ra dation 

e lu ci dation 

re liq ui dation 



botJBLE KHYMES, 

noc tiv a gation 

dis ag gre gation 

de fat i gationf 

va ri e gation 

mis al le gation 

dis ob li gation 

suf f u mi gation 

re pro mul gation 

su per pur gation 

in ter ro gation 

in ves t'i gation 

in ter mi gration 

re din te gration 

dis in te gration 

re-in te gration 

dis em bar kation 

re em bar kation 

co-in di cation 

sub in di cation 

ad ju di cation 

pre ju di cation 

re ven di cationt 

al bi fi cation 

ru bi fi cation 

lu bri fi cation 

co di fi cation or 

cod i fi cation 

lu di fi cation 

mun di fi cation 

san gui fi cation 

de i fi cation 

ed i fi cation 

gas i fi cation 

grat i fi cation 

gross i fi cation 



li 20i 

chyl i fi cation 

clar i fi cation 

qual i fi cation 

mod i fi cation 

nid i fi cation 

pac i fi cation or 

pa cif i cation 

pal i fi cation 

pleb i fi cationt 

ram i fi cation 

rat i fi cation 

sal i fi cation 

scar i fi cation 

speech i fi cation 

spec i fi cation 

strat i fi cation 

ver i fi cation 

vil i fi cation 

viv i fi cation 

jol li fi cation 

mel li fi cation 

mol li fi cation 

nul li fi cation 

dig ni fi -cation 

car ni fi cation 

lig ni fi cation 

sig ni fi cation 

u ni fi cation 

am pli fi cation 

sim pli fi cation 

glo ri fi cation 

nig ri fi cationt or 

ni gri fi cation 

pet ri fi cation 

pu ri fi cation 



202 



DOUBLE RHYMES 


, ash 


sco ri fi cation 


com mu ni cation 


thu ri fi cation 


e quiv o cation 


vit ri fi cationt 


u niv o cationf 


dul ci fi cation 


in ap pli cation 


f al si fi cation 


mis ap pli cation 


flos si fi cationf 


re-ap pli cation 


clas si fi cation 


con du pli cation 


os si fi cation 


re du pli cation 


ver si fi cation 


mis ex pli cation 


for ti fi cation 


cir cum pli catioa 


fruc ti fi cation 


quad ru pli cation 


jus ti fi cation 


mul ti pli cation 


quan ti fi cation 


re cip ro cation 


mor ti fi cation 


av er run cation 


mys ti fi cation 


so phis ti cation 


no ti fi cation 


phlo gis ti cation 


rec ti fi cation 


de cor ti cation 


sane ti fi cation 


ex cor ti cation 


tes ti fi cation 


re mas ti cation 


ni tri fi cation 


do mes ti cation 


pu tri fi cation 


prog nos ti cation 


.pre ded i cation 


au then ti cation 


re ded i cation 


self-ed u cation 


syl lab i cation 


mis con se cration 


pro lif i cation 


re con se cration 


hy poth e cation? 


per am bu lation 


e rad i cation 


fu nam bu lation 


in tox i cation 


som. nam bu lation 


di var i cation 


tri an gu lation 


pre var i cation or 


an ni hi lation 


prae var i cation 


hor rip i lation 


re pub li cation 


as sim i lation 


mis col lo cation 


in ter ca lation 


in ter lo cation 


mach i co lation 


in ter mi cationf 


car bun cu lation 



bOtfBLE RHYMES, ilsll 208 


mis cal cu lation 


ar tic u lation 


e mas cu lation 


den tic u lation 


ad os cu lation 


gra tic u lation 


in os cu lation 


ges tic u lation 


re pul lu lation 


re tic u lation 


ac cu mu lation 


ma trie u lation 


ar i o lation 


cir cum val lation 


a re o lation 


con tra val lation 


vit ri o lation 


coun ter val lation 


e ti o lation 


cir cum vo lationf 


vac u o lation 


mis in for mation 


in ter pel lation 


mal con for mation or 


re com pi lation 


male con for mation 


in ter po lation 


re trans for mation 


sub con stel lation 


sub in flam mation 


ac cep ti lation 


dis af fir mation 


e ven ti lation 


a mal ga mation 


ex pos tu lation 


im post hu mation 


co ag u lation 


dis an i mation 


pan die u lation 


ex an i mation 


pe die u lation 


in an i mation 


con fab u lation 


re an i mation 


in fib u lation 


trans an i mationf 


con grat u lation 


vi ges i mation 


self-grat u lation 


le git i mation 


e jac u lation 


ap prox i mation 


ver mic u lation 


re sub li mation 


ge nic u lation 


dis es ti mation 


ma nip u lation 


self-es ti mation 


in oc u lation 


pre in ti mation 


ca pit u lation 


a pos te mation 


de pop u lation 


in teg u mation 


re pop u lation 


ac com bi nation 


dis sim u lation 


re com bi nation 


in stim u lation 


de fi bri nation 



204 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 


ash 


pre con dem nation 


dis in cli nation 


fore-or di nation 


re ger mi nation 


in or di nation 


a cu mi nation 


co-or di nation 


il lu mi nation 


pre-or di nation 


fer ru mi nation 


re-or di nation 


de ten- mi nation 


sub or di nation 


ex ter mi nation 


self -in dig nation 


in ver mi nation 


per e gri nation 


re su pi nation 


im ag i nation 


mis ex pla nation 


ex am i nation 


hal lu ci nation 


ex ac i nationt 


re vac ci nation 


a bom i nation 


as sas si nation 


pre dom i nation 


pre des ti nation 


in gem i nation 


ag glu ti nation 


in cat e nation 


con glu ti nation 


con cat e nation 


sub al ter nation 


dis crim i nation 


pro eras ti nation 


re crim i nation 


in doc tri nation 


ge lat i nation 


re ju ve nation 


e lim i nation 


an tic i pation 


ag nom i nation 


par tic i pation 


an nom i nation 


in oc cu pation 


de nom i nation 


pre-oc cu pation 


cog nom i nation 


e man ci pation 


pre nom i nation 


ex hil a ration 


de rac i nation 


non-prep a ration 


o rig i nation 


im per f o ration 


dis sem i nation 


in au gu ration 


con tarn i nation 


cir cum gy ration 


va tic i nation 


e dul co ration 


e vag i nation 


self -ad mi ration 


in vag i nation 


e lab o ration 


e mar gi nation 


col lab o ration 


mis ce ge nation 


me li o ration? 



DOI'KLE RHYMES, 



205 



com mem o ration 

cor rob o ration 

de vap o ration 

di vap o ration 

e vap o ration 

in vig o ration 

in cor po ration 

con cor po rationf 

ad men su ration 

com men su ration 

ex pec to ration 

a mel io ration? 

de ter io ration? 

dis fig u ration 

con fig u ration 

pre fig u ration 

trans fig u ration 

ex trav a sation 

re con den sation 

im prov i sation 

ter giv jer sation 

in ad ap tation 

co-ad ap tation 

self-ex al tation 

non-pres en tation 

o ri en tation 

af for es tation 

sii per fe tation 

in af fee tation 

man i fes tation 

sub ag i tation 

de bil i tation 

in hab i tation 

co hab i tation 

de cap i tation 



ex cog i tation 

pre cog i tation 

de crep i tation 

il lim i tation 

non-lim i tation 

fe lie i tation 

pol lie i tation 

so lie i tation 

pre med i tation 

ca pac i tationf 

ex ped i tation 

fa cil i tation 

pre cip i tation 

re vis i tation 

re gur gi tation 

cas tra me tation 

ar gu men tation 

al i men tation 

el e men tation 

or na men tation 

in stru men tation 

tes ta men tationf 

in ter mu tation 

su per na tation 

a er os tation 

pre-ex pec tation 

non-ex por tation 

re-ex por tation 

non-im por tation 

re-im por tation 

in ter pre tation 

mis com pu tation 

cir cum ro tation 

con tra ro tation 

mis ac cep tation 



DOUBLE KHYMES, ash 



ne ces si tation 

re sus ci tation 

dis rep u tation 

rep re sen tation 

in u si tationf 

ad niin is tration 

sem i-cas tration 

re cal ci tration 

re-ag gra vation 

in sal i vation 

co-ac er vationf 

self-pres er vation 

ag gran di zation 

mor al i zation 

re al i zation 

ver bal i zation 

sym bol i zation 

ar bor i zation 

hy brid i zation or 

hyb rid i zation 

en den i zationf 

in den i zation 

lev el i zationf 

le gal i zation 

or gan i zation 

civ il i zation 

Lat in i zation 

lo cal i zation 

vo cal i zation 

vol can i zation 

vul can i zation 

e qual i zation 

tran quil i zation or 

tran quil li zation 

po lar i zation 



so lar i zation 

hu man i zation 

mam mon i zation 

mes mer i zation 

pho net i zation 

mag net i zation 

meth od i zation 

can on i zation 

pau per i zation 

pat ron i zation 

spe cial i zation 

fos sil i zation 

vi tal i zation 

sys tern i zation 

au thor i zation 

e ther i zation 

f er til i zation 

sub til i zation 

u til i zation 

neu tral i zation 

cau ter i zation 

Chris tian i zation 

mod ern i zation 

pul ver i zation 

na sal i zation 

pre-ac cu sation 

an a ly zation 

par a ly zation 

met al li zation 

mob i li zation 

syph i li zation 

al ka li zation 

tan ta li zation 

crys tal li zation 

max i mi zation 



DOUBLE EHYMES, 



207 



dol o mi zation 


self -re nun ci ation 


sol em ni zation 


in ap pre ci ation 


re cog ni zation or 


con sub stan ti ation 


rec og iii zation 


tran sub stan ti ation 


har mo ni zation 


un re gen er ation 


det o ni zation 


pre de lib er ation 


col o ni zation 


in con sid er ation 


synch ro ni zation 


re con sid er ation 


de thro ni zation 


dis con tin u ation 


en thro ni zation or 


un der val u ation 


in thro ni zation 


o ver val u ation 


fra ter ni zation or 


in di vid u ation 


frat er ni zation 


re con sol i dation 


vap o ri zation 


dis ac com mo dation 


tern po ri zation 


su per fee un dation 


hep a ti zation 


cir cum nav i gation 


re bap ti zation 


su per er o gation 


mon e ti zation 


re-in ves ti gation 


a mor ti zation or 


con tra-in di cation 


a mor ti sation 


be at i fi cation 


ad mor ti zation 


re-ed i fi cation 


cic a tri zation 


dis qual i fi cation 


e lee tri zation 


syl lab i fi cation 




so lid i fi cation 


in ter me di ation 


sub lim i fi cation 


pre de lin e ation 


si lie i fi cation 


in ter lin e ation 


re mod i fi cation 


dom i cil i ation 


ge ner i fi cation 


rec on cil i ation 


re nid i fi cation 


de ox y gen ation 


gra nit i fi cation 


dis ox y gen ation 


la pid i fi cation 


su per an nu ation 


sa pon i fi cation 


mis ap pro pri ation 


a cet i fi cation or 


dif f er en ti ation 


a ce ti fi cation 


mis pro nun ci ation 


a cid i fi cation 



DOUBLE EHYMES, 



f os sil i fi cation 

per son i fi cation 

e ther i fi cation 

re viv i fi cation 

e bur ni fi cation 

in dem ni fi cation 

Sem i ni fi cation or 

sem i nif i cation 

ex car ni fi cation 

in car ni fi cation 

o zo ni fi cation 

ex em pli fi cation 

nier cu ri fi cation 

trans mog ri fi cation 

de vit ri fl cation. 

de cal ci fi cation 

in ten si fi cation 

di ver si fi cation 

i den ti fi cation 

re for ti fi cation 

im mor ti fi cation 

un sane ti fi cation 

e lee tri fi cation 

ex com rnu ni cation 

cir cum am bu lation 

self -an ni hi lation 

re-as sim i lation 

con co ag u lationt 

re co ag u lation 

tin tin nab u lation 

re ca pit u lation 

dis ar tic u lation 

ex ar tic u lation 

in ar tic u lation 

co ar tic u lation 



il le git i mation 

r su per or di nation 

in sub or di nation 

cross-ex am i nation 

pre-ex am i nation 

re-ex am i nation 

self -ex am i nation 

in dis crim i nation 

in ter lam i nation 

ra ti oc i nation? 

re-il lu mi nation 

in de ter mi nation 

pre-de ter mi nation 

self -de ter mi nation 

su per im preg nation 

ad i poc e ration 

a me li o ration? 

de te ri o ration? 

dis in cor po ration 

su per sat u ration 

su per ex al tatioa 

re lia bil i tation 

pres ti dig i tation 

in ter dig i tation 

in ca pac i tation 

trans el e men tation 

ex per i men tation 

in teg u men tation 

mis in ter pre tation 

coun ter-ir ri tation 

mis rep re sen tation 

in ter pen e tration 

mal ad min is tra tion or 

male ad min is tration 

pre ad min is tration 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ash 209 


de ox i di zation or 


im mor tal i zation 


de ox y di zation 
i de al i zation 
de mor al i zation 
sen su al i zation 
na tion al i zation? 


vol a til i zation 
ne ol o gi zation 
re crys tal li zation 
e lee tro ly zation 
a nat o mi zation 


gen er al i zation 
lit er al i zation 
min er al i zation 


re col o ni zation 
de meph i ti zation 
de mon e ti zation 


mac ad am i zation 


sil i ca ti zation 


Chris ti an i zation? 


ac cli ma ti zation 


me di at i zation 




re bar bar i zation 


fo ris fa mil i ation 


de car bon i zation 


ir rec on cil i ation 


de o dor i zation 


in ter co him ni ation 


dis or gan i zation 
in or gan i zation 
mer or gan i zationf 
re or gan i zation 
al co hoi i zation 


coun ter ne go ti ation 
re cor por i fi cationf 
im per son i fi cation 
in ter strat i fi cation 
sem i vit ri fi cation 


in civ il i zation 


in ter com mu ni cation 


un civ il i zation 
e van gel i zation 
Af ri can i zation 


e lee tro-punc tu ration 
ar te ri al i zation 
ma te ri al i zation 


for mu lar i zation 
de po lar i zation 
pop u lar i zation 
tab u lar i zation 


spir it u al i zation 
par tic u lar i zation 
de bi tu mi ni zation 
a nath e ma ti zation 


an i mal i zation 




dec i mal i zation 


in di vid u al i zation 


ar o mat i zation 




de mag net i zation 
vit ri ol i zation 
nat u ral i zation 


stationed 
gra dationed 
un stationed 


im pat ron i zationf 





12* 



210 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ash 



nations 


schor laceous or 


[ashim, above] 


shor laceous 




vo lacioust 


glaciousf 


fu macious 


gracious 


glu maceous 


caseous? 


gem maceous 


. spacious 


li maceous 


vex atious 


pal maceous 


bi baciousf 


po maceous 


her baceous 


squa maceous 


se baceous 


ul maceous 


um bratiousf 


pug nacious 


au dacious 


spi naceous 


e dacious 


te nacious 


lar daceous 


vi naceous? 


mor dacious 


dru paceous 


men dacious 


ca pacious 


pre daceous 


ra pacious 


to phaceous 


a raceous 


tu faceous 


fe raciousf 


fu gacious 


por raceous 


sa gacious 


ce raceous 


dis gracious 


ve racious 


un gracious 


vo racious 


jun caceous 


cac taceous 


mi caceous 


char taceous 


o craceous 


ere taceous 


lo quacious 


crus taceous 


se quacious 


myr taceous 


f al lacious 


pul taceous 


fi laceous 


ru taceous 


chy laceous 


ce taceous 


pear laceous or 


se taceous 


per laceous 


psit taceous 


sa lacious 


temp tatious* 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



211 



tes taceous 

trut taceous 

spa thaceous 

mal vaceous 

vi vacious? 

mu saceous 

ro saceous 

lil i aceous 

al li aceous 

fo li aceous 

pa le aceous 

co ri aceous 

sco ri aceous 

os tre aceous 

hed er aceous 

pip er aceous 

cin er aceous 

pul ver aceous 

sep i daceous 

sap in daceous 

or chi daceous 

tsci re facias?|| 

ef fi cacious 

er i caceous 

sal i caceous 

per spi cacious 

ur ti caceous 

cor al laceous 

am y laceous 

strob i laceous 

cap il laceous 

ar gil laceous 

f rin gil laceous 

con chy laceous 

vi o laceous 



cor ol laceous 

am pul laceous 

sal so laceous 

pis til laceous 

fer u laceous 

stip u laceous 

a glu maceous 

sub glu maceous 

con tu macious 

sol a naceous 

tur bi naceous 

car bo naceous 

mem bra naceous 

ar e naceous 

ac i naceous 

av e naceous 

er i naceous 

far i naceous 

gram i naceous 

res i naceous 

sol e naceous or 

so le naceous 

cin cho naceous 

gal li naceous 

sap o naceous 

per ti nacious 

in ca pacious 

cyn a raceous 

por phy raceous 

fur fu raceous 

ol e raceous 

pap y raceous 

cyp e raceous 

ster co raceous 

cich o raceous 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



bu ty raceous 

am en taceous 

rain en taceous 

pyr i taceous 

f ru men taceous 

lo men taceous 

sar men taceous 

dis pu tatious 

os ten tatious 

al u taceous 

ac an thaceous 

mel an thaceous 

con fer vaceous 

ol i vaceous 

eu phor bi aceous 

zin zi ber aceous? 

con chyl i aceous 

pa pav er aceous 

in ef fi cacious 

ra nun cu laceous 

me las to maceous 

a run di naceous 

pro te i naceous 

pa pil io naceous 

cu cur bi taceous 

su pra ere taceous 

su per ere taceous 

sem i-crus taceous 

nu cu men taceous 

mar ga ri taceous 

e qui se taceous or 

eq ui se taceous 

un os ten tatious 

ly co po di aceous or 

ly co pod i aceous 



su pra f o li aceous 

ex tra fo li aceous 

in tra f o li aceous 

in ter fo li aceous 

o vate-cyl in draceous 

car y o pliyl laceous 

o va to-cyl in draceous 

ar gil lo-ar e naceous 

racy 
eu tha nasy? 

basic 

bi basic 

tri basic 

pol y basic 

gyn o basic 

mon o basic 

quad ri basic 

dracine 

[asn, below] 

bracing 
facing 
ps, p. 12] 
self -a basing 

facings 
[astng, above] 

basisfl 
phasis|| 

glacis?] 

crasis?|| 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



213 



o asis?|| 


self-a basement 


hastest 


tbo nasus?|j 




[flat, p. 12] 


tab o masiis?| 


basements 




ant an a clasis?|| 


[asme'nt, above] 


pasteth 


[esis, p. 337] 




[flat, p. 12] 




basenf 




suasivef 


basin or 


tasteful 


oc casive 


basont 


wasteful 


cor rasive 


chasten 


dis tasteful 


as suasive 


tdracine 


un tasteful 


dis suasive 


hasten 


un wasteful 


per suasive 


tcaisson?|] 




e vasive 


mason 


hasty 


in vasive 


Jsasin|| 


pasty? 


per vasive 


re chasten 


tasty 


un per suasive 


tja maicine 


un hasty 






o ver hasty 


dis suasives 


basined 




per suasives 


chastened 


em paistic 




[asn, above] 


[a & stik?] 


baseless 


un chastened 




[as, p. 12] 




pasting 




hastens 


[ast, p. 12] 


baseman 


masons 


un tasting 


Jbasemen 


[asn, above] 


un wasting 


laceman 






placemen 


peso|| 


bastings 


placeman 


say-so 


pastings 


^placemen 




[asting, above] 




tasted 




basement 


[flat, p. 12] 


tasteless 


casement? 


un tasted 


[ast & less?] 


em basement 


un wasted 




[as, p. 12] 




chastely 


sur basement 


chastest 


un chastely 



214 



DOUBLE RHYMES, tlS at 



bare facedly? 


acer?|[ 


al bata?|| 


shame facedly? 


baser 


ju gata?|| 




bracer 


so nata?|| 


chasteness 


macer 


er rata?H 


wastenessf 


pacer 


[atum, below] 


un chasteness 


placer 


can tata?|| 


bare facedness? 


racer 


ra di ata?|| 


shame facedness? 


tracer 


im bro cata?||t 




em bracer 


lem nis cata?ll 


pastry 


|em braceor 


un gu lata?|| 


[as & tree?] 


[as. p. 12] 


an nu lata?|| 






ser e nata?|| 


pastries 


bracers 


su per strata?]' 


[as & trees?] 


[astir, above] 


de sid er ata?|| 






ar l^ic u lata?]] 


chaster 


at 


in am o rata?|| 


waister 


fatal 




waster 


natal 


ere ator?|| 


[ffst, p. 12] 


tplatell 


[atilr, p. 217] 


wastorf or 


[atel, below] 




wastourf 


statalf 


nates?|| 




post-natal 


pe nates?]] 


wasters 




car y ates?| 


[fist fir, above] 


Satan?]] 


op ti mates? || 




[atn, p. 216] 


[atiz, below] 


nasute 






[a & suit?] 


blatant 


fated 




Jlatent 


grated 


playsomet 


natant 


hated 


o masum?|j 


tpatent? 


latedf 


ab o masum?|l 


statant 


[at, p. 13] 




su per natant 


un baited 


bo nasus?H 




un batedf 


[a"sis, above] 


data? !| 


un dated? 



strata?|| un freighted 



DOUBLE RHYMES, at 215 


un mated Jstatist 


scathless? 


un plaited 




un sated prateth 




un stated [at, p. 13] 


bathos?|| 


un waited 


pathos?|| 


un a bated fateful 


tprog nathous 


un de bated grateful 


Jor thog nathous 


self -ere ated hateful 




un ere ated plateful 


(th) 


sub di lated de batef ul 


swathest 


un di lated in grateful 


[ath, p. 14] 


un e lated un grateful 




un col lated 


scatheth 


un re lated spatha?!! 


[ath, p. 14] 


un trans lated mar an atha?|] 




ad dle-pated? 


bathing 


a cid u lated graithestf or 


[ath, p. 14] 


e lee tro-plated? greithestf 




scathest? 


bathings 


platel|| 


[athing, above] 


ratel graithetlif 




[atal, above] [athest, above] 


bather 




rather? 


platels faithful 




[atel, above] scathful? 


cog nati?|| 


un faithful 


ma nati?|| 


latent 


lit er ati?|! 


[Stant, above] playthipg 


11 lu mi nati?|| 


scathing? 




ad vo catess? [athest, above] 


eighty 


[fitis, below] 


platy 


playthings 


slaty 


gratest [Sthmg, above] 


weiglity 


greatest 


co ati?|| 


[at, p. 13] faithless 


t ma chete|| 



216 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ilt 



ju bi late?|| 


vre ative 


coun ter-state- 




di lative? 


ment? 


caitiff 


col lative 




metif?|| 


[at, p. 13] 


statements 




un native 


[atment, above] 


caitiffs 


mis ere ative 




[atff, above] 




greatenf 




datives 


tSatan?|| 


ver batim?|| 


natives 


straighten 


se ri atim?|| 




straiten 


un ci atim?|| 


eighties 




lit er atim?|| 


co atis?| 


greatenedf 


[Stum, below] 


Jma chetes|| 


[atn, above] 




[atez, above] 


un straightened 


baiting 




un straitened 


bating 


dateless 




grating 


freightless 


greatness 


[at, p. 13] 


gateless 


[atli, above] 


im sating 


mateless 


ob lateness 


un a bating 


sateless! 


o ver greatness 


e lee tro-plating? 


stateless 






weightless 


tSatan's? 


gratings 




straightens 


[Sting, above] 


greatly 


[atn, above] 




lately 




gratis?l| 


stately 


ra batot or 


tad vo catess? 


straightly 


re batot 


[atus, below] 


straitly 


to mato? 




se dately 


po tato 


latish 


in nately? 


av i gato|| or 


straightish 




av o cato|| 




statement 


in am o rato?|[ 


dative 


[at, p. 13] 




native 


re batement 


po tatoes 


stative 


un der statement 


[ato, above] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, at 



217 



satrap? 
[a & trap?] 

Jmatrice? 

traitress 

waitress 

ere atress 

trans latress 

[atfir, below] 

me di atress 

matrix? || 

natrix?|| 

rix atrix?|| 

ci catrix?l| 

re latrix?|| 

cu ratrix?| 

quad ratrix? 

die tatrix?|| 

spec tatrix?l| 

tes tatrix?j| 

trac tatrix?|| 

me di atrix?]| 

gen er atrix?|| 

os cu latrix?|| 

sep a ratrix?|| 

im i tatrix?|| 

im pro pri atrix? 

ne go ti atrix? 

ad min is tra- 

trix?|| 

ve ratrine? 
[atron, below] 



matrice? 
[a"tres, above] 

matron? 

natron?]] 

patron? 

Jve ratrine? 

matrons? 
[atron, above] 



af flatus?|| 
in flatus? || 
co natus?|| 
ma natus?|| 
tka rat as? 1 1 
lit er at us? |i 
ap pa rat us? || 
sal e ratus? or 
sal 33 ratus? || 
pos se com i ta- 

tus?|| 
natrum?|| [atis, above] 



ve ratrum?|| 

datum?|! 

stratum?!) 

po matum? 

er ratum?i| 

sub stratum?!) 

pos tu latum?!! 

ul ti matum?|| 

un der stratum? 

su per stratum? 

de sid er atum?|| 

scan da lum 

mag natum?|l 

o pus op e ra- 

tum?!| 
[atmi, above] 

flatus?!! 

status?! 

stratus?]) 

hi atus?|| 

me atus?|| 

13 



gaiter 
grater 
greater 
hater 
cater 
crater 
later 
mater?|| 
metre? || 
satire?] 
satyr? 
stater? 
traitor 
waiter 
[at, p. 13] 

ere ator|| 
[ashun, above] 

a bator 
pro bator|| 
man dator|| 
re grater or 
re grator 



51 8 DOUBLE EHYMES, at 


e quator 


al lo catur?|| 


ex ca vator?U 




di later? 


ex e quatur?|| 


con ser vator?|| 




dilator? 


leg is lator?|| 


cen tu ri ator?|| 




col lator|| 


per co lator?l| 


ab bre vi ator?|| 




re later 


am bu lator?!] 


con tin u ator?|| 




re lator|| 


dec a metre?|| 


in ves ti gator?) 




trans latorll 


pi a mater?|| 


pa cif i cator?i| 




do nator|| 


sta bat mater? 11 


ab e run cator? 




pro nator|) 


con fir mator|| 


av er run cator? || 




pal pator|| 


dec i metre?]] 


myr i a metre? || 




cu rator|| 


pet it-maitrell 


a mel io rator? )| 




nar rator|| 


phy co mater?|| 






glos sator||t 


col li matorll 


gaitered 




die tatorl) 


mil li metre?!! 


catered 




cunc tator||f 


al ma mater?H 


traitoredf 




punc tator|| 


kil o metre?!! 






ro tator|| 


im pri matur?|| 


gaiters 




ci tatort 


du ra mater?|| 


caters 




spec tator|| 


cen ti metre?!! 


[atur, above] 




tes tator]! 


liec to metre?!! 






le vatorl) 


buc ci natorll 


nature? 




no vatorll 


per so nator|| 


ill-nature? 




cau sator||t 


su pi natorl! 


un nature?! 




me di ator]| f (He-cham petre?|] 


die tature? 




ra di ator|| 


per fo ratorll 


no men clature? 




glad i ator?|| 


con ju rator|| 


leg is lature? 




ar chi ater? 


as pi rator]| 






con ci atorj! 


im pe rator?) 


natured? 




ar en dator?]| 


in stau ratorllf 


good-natured? 




nav i gator?]] 


proc u rator?|| 


ill-natured? 




al li gator?|| 


dem on strator? 






com pur gator?| 


ad mit tatur?|| 


leg is latures? 




in sti gator? |1 


com men tator?|| 


[atyur, above] 




div ul gater? 


ar pen tator 






den i grator?|| 


ex ci tator|| 







DOUBLE RHYMES, ail av 219 


au 


ava?|| 


gravy 


brayer 


guava? 


cavy 


gayer 


kava?|| 


clavy 


layer 


lava?|| 


navy 


mayor? 


co paiva|| or 


Jnevell 


payer 


co payva 


wavy 


player 


ang sava?|| 


a gave? 


prayer? 


cas sava? 




preyer 




lavic 


slayer 


ave?|| 


pan-Slavic? or 


weigher 


[avt, below] 


pan-Sclavic? 


o beyer 






me tayer| 


aves?|| 


Davyne 


be trayer 


claves?|| 


[avn, below] 


con veyer 


[avis, below] 




pur veyor 




braving 


sur veyor 


clavel? 


fav, p. 15] 


dis o beyer 


- [avl, below] 


e lee tro-en grav- 


[*, P. 1] 




ing? 




bravest 




layers 


gavest 


bravings 


[aur, above] 


[Sv, p. 15] 


en gravings 




tpan-Slavist or 


[avtng, above] 


av 


Jpan-Sclavist 




neve| 




avis? || 


[avt, below] 


saveth 


clavis?|| 




[av, p. 15] 


mavis 


cavatef 




ra ra avis?| 


clavate 


favi?| 


[iTvus, below] 


ob clavate 


pec cavi?|| 




ex cavate? 




knavish 


[avtt, below] 


Avitet 


slavish 




Davite 




naval 




davit 


[avl, below] 


ave?|| 


Davyt 



220 



DOUBLE EHTMES, 



havens 
[jJvn, above] 



ces savit?|| craven con cavous 

af fi davit?|| Jpavon sax i cavous 

in di cavit?|| raven? mul ti cavous 

dev as tavit?|| shaven [avts, above] 

sig ni fi cavit?|| en graven 

[Svat, above] un graven . aver?* 

un shaven braver 

cavies [Sv, p. 15] 

[Svf, above] braveness favor|| or 

gra.veness favour 

flavor or 
flavour 
graver 
claver?f 
craver 
quaver 
laver 
paver 
saver 
savor|| or 
savour 
shaver 
slaver? 
waver 
waiver 
ca daver?|| 
dis favor! 

navew en graver 

[ft & view?] pa paver?|| 

dem i-quaver?f 
navews sem i-quaver? 
[avu, above] dem i-sem i-qua- 
ver? 

favus?|| hem i-dem i-sem- 
flavoust i-quaver? 



clavel? 

tnaval 

navel 

sea-navel 

bravo?|| 
pavo?|| 
oc tavo?|| 
ri li evo?|| 

bravely dem i-ri li evo?|| 

gravely al to-ri li evo?|| 

un gravely mez zo-ri li evo?|| 

[evo, p. 343] 
lavement 

bravoes? 
oc tavos? 
[Svo, above] 



graveless 
waveless 



pavement 

en gravementt 

de pravementf 

en slavement 



pavements 
[Svmgnt, above] 

tDavyne 

Jflavine 

graven 

haven 



DOUBLE RHYMES, aV aZ 



wavered 


ay 


pliasel 


[avur, above] 


kayak? || 


[azl, below] 


ill-favored! 


[a & yak?] 




im favored! 




praisest 


un flavored! 


kayaks? 


[az, p. 15] 


un wavered 


[a & axe or yaks?] 








raiseth 


quavers 


maian 


[az, p. 15] 


[avur, above] 


A chaian 






Bis cayan 


blazes 


haviorf or 


Ma layan 


[az, p. 15] 


haviourf 


Al taian 


^daisies 


pavior or 


[ain, p. 176] 


tjaseys 


pavier or 






paviour 


naiant? 


gazeful 


savior or 


pant, p. 171] 


praisefulf 


saviour 




a mazef ul 


Jwaivuret 


maians 




Jwavuref 


[ay&n, above] 


xe rasia?|| 


be havior or 




xen e lasia?|| 


be haviour 


ayah?|| 


eu tha nasia?|| 


mis be havior! 


khaya?|| 


an ton o masia?|| 




rayah?|| 




saviors 


pit a haya?|| 


azure? 


[avyur, above] 




[azhur, below] 




ayahs? 




aw 


[ay&, above] 


suasion 


hayward 




oc casion 


naywardt 


az 


ab rasion 


tnaywordf 


nasal 


e rasion 


vawardf 


[azl, below] 


dis suasion 


wayward 




per suasion 




lazar 


e vasion 


haywards 


[azur, below] 


in vasion 


[award, above] 




ca vazion 



S8 DOUBLE KHYMES, az ab 


per vasion 


blazings 


JYa laisan 


cat a basion 


[Szlng, above] 


Jdi a pason?|| 


JAth a nasian? 




Jbis di a pason?|| 


[ashun, p. 190] 


daisies 


Jdis cli a pasonVJi 


mis per suasion 


[azez, above] 


tri di a pason?l| 






Jsem i di a pa- 


oc casions 


tphasel 


son?H 


[azhun, above] 


hazel 


Jtet ra di a pa- 




hazlet 


son? 1| 


Jazure? 


Jjazelf 




brasier 


Jnasal 


brazened 


brazier 


tazel 


[azn, above] 


glazier 


Jap praisal 


un blazoned 


grazier 






Jrasure? or 


phraseless 


raisins 


Jrazure 


praiseless 


[azn, above] 


Jem brasure? 






Je rasure 


hazels 


blazer 




[azl, above] 


gazer 


brasiers 




[az, p. 15] 


[azhur, above] 


casement? 


Jlazar 




a mazement 


mazer or 


daisy 


ap praisement 


rnaserf 


hazy 




razor 


jasey 


ap praisements 


a baiser 


crazy [azinSnt, above] 


lazy 




blazers 


mazi|| 


blazon 


[azur, above] 


mazy 


brazen or 




lack a daisy 


brasenf 


ab 




prason?|| 


cabbage 


blazing 


raisin 


sea-cabbage 


[az, p. 15] 


em blazon or 




o ver praising 


iin blazonf 


sabbatJI 




out brazen 


[abit, below] 



DOUBLE EHYMES, 



223 



sabbath!| shabby 


cabins 


[abeth, below] scabby 


[abm, above] 


slabby 




* scabbard tabby 


tabbot 


tabard|| 


habit 


[abftrd, below] I crabbed 


Jrabbet 


rabid 


rabbit 


scabbards ^scabbed 


Jsabbatil 


[abard, above] tabbied 


in habit 


tabid 


co habit 


crabbed 


re in habit 


. [Sbld, below] syl labic 




tris yl labic 


habits 


abbess dis syl labic 


[abit, above] 


tcabos Muz a rabic 




dec a syl labic 


abbeys 


stabbest pol y syl labic 


rabbis? or 


[ab, p. 16] monosyllabic 


rabbies 


tet ra syl labic 


tabbies 


rabbet quad ri syl labic 


[abl, above] 


[abit, below] oc to syl labic 




do dec a syl labic 


JabhalU 


grabbeth hen dec a syl lab- 


babble 


fab, p. 16] ic 


brabblef 


Jsabbathll im par i syl labic 


dabble 




drabble 


abhal|| flabile 


Jflabile 


[abl, below] [abl, below] 


gabble 




grabble 


abbey cabin 


thabilef 


abbe|| rabbin 


mabblef 


flabby sabine 


knabblet 


crabby 


rabble 


mabby blabbing 


shabble 


rabbi?|| [ab, p. 16] 


scabble 



224 DOUBLE RHYMES, ab ach 

scrabble [ablish, above] jabber 

out babble un es tablished clabber* 

. be dabble slabber? 

babbler be slabber? 

babbled [abl, above] bon ny-clabber? 

[abl, above] 

babblers jabbered 

dabblest [ablur, above] [abfir, above] 

[abl, above] ^clapboard 

rabbles Jscabbard 

ablet scrabbles Jtabard|| or 

tablet [abl, above] taberd 

drabbleth abnet|| taberds 

[abl, above] [&b & net?] [Sburd, above] 

tablets clapboard , blabbers 

[ftble't, above] [abfird, below] jabbers 

[abdr, above] 
babbling cabos 

[abl, above] [abSs, above] ach 

cabbling hatchel? 

scabling abbot ratchel* 

[ablt, above] satchel or 

babblings sachel 

[Sbllng, above] fabric? or 

fabrick? hatchels? 

babblishf tshabrackj [achel, above] 

stablish 

es tablish fabrics? catchest 

pre es tablish [abrfk, above] [ach, p. 16] 
re es tablish 

blabber hatchet 

un stablished [ab, p. 16] latchet 

e tablished drabber ratchet 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ach. && 225 

satchet? hatchments daddy 

[achment, above] caddy 

hatcheth m cady* 

[ach, p. 16] hatcher laddie* 

Jhaclmre Paddy 

hatchets catcher paddy 

[achet, above] [Sen, p. 16] 

Jstature madid 

hatches Jan te staturef faded, above] 
matches 

[ach, p. 16] hachured dy adic 

scatches Jstaturedf no madic 

mo nadic 

dis patchf ul hatchers va nadic 

[ach & full?] [achur, above] spo radic 

So tadic 

atche|| ad is chi adic 

patchy addax|| Dal ri adic 

scratchy [adoks, below] [adok, below] 

patching madam padding 

[ach, p. 16] tf or bade 'em [ad, p. 17] 

[ad & 'em?] 

patchings paddings 

[aching, above] madded [Ming, above] 

[ad, p. 17] 



matchless 


Jmadid 


addicet 


[ach & less?] 
hatchment 


gladdest 
claddest 


caddice 
caddis 
cadisil 


catchment 
at tachment 


[ad, p. 17] 


baddish 


de tachment 
re-at tachment 


gaddeth 
.[ad, p. 171 


gaddish 
[M, p. 17] 
radish 



13* 



SO DOUBLE RHYMES, aU 


adit 


madly 


saddens 


[M & it?] 


sadly 


[adn, above] 




[M, p. 17] 




caddies 




caddow 


[MI, above] 


gadling 


shadow 




paddling 


o ver shadow 


ladkinf 


[adl, above] 




[M & kin?] 




shadowed 




addlings* 


un shadowed 


addle 


gadlings 


o ver shadowed 


daddle 


[Mlmg, above] 


[ad & od?J 


faddle 






paddle 


paddler 


caddows 


raddle 


[Ml, above] 


[Mo, above] 


saddle 






skaddle* 


paddlers 


daddock 


staddle 


[Ml fir, above] 


haddock 


straddle 




paddock 


ske daddle* 


saddles 


raddock 


un saddle 


[adl, above] 


shaddock 


a straddle 




[adlk, above] 


be straddle 


gladden 




fid dle-faddle? 


madden 


Jaddaxjl 




sadden 


haddocks 


addled 


JA baddon|| 


[adok, above] 


[adl, above] 


un saddenf 








gladsome 


saddlest 


gladdened 


[ad & sum?] 


[adl, above] 


[Mn, above] 






un gladdened 


adder 


straddleth 


un maddened 


bladder 


[adl, above] 




gadder 




badness 


gladder 


badly 


[Mil, above] 


[Sd, p. 17] 


gladly 




hadderf 



bOTTBLK RHYMES, ad 



227 



ladder tel e graphic *au to graphic 

madder mi cro graphic pho to graphic 

padderf cal li graphic! glyp to graphic 

sadder sty lo graphic pan to graphic 

sea-adder xy lo graphic ep i taphic 

po mo graphic in ter traffic? 

ladders seis mo graphic lex i co graphic 

[adur, above] eth no graphic horn o lo graphic 

pho no graphic crystal lo graphic 

af ich no graphic ker a mo graphic 

graffest?f cli no graphic mech a no graph- 

[f , p. 17] bi o graphic ic 

ge o graphic sel e no graphic or 

chaffeth? glyph o graphic se le no graphic 

[&f , p. 17] hoi o graphic u ra no graphic 

lith o graphic i de o graphic or 

graphite log o graphic id e o graphic 

scaphite? my o graphic or gan o graphic 

mon o graphic phys i o graphic 

taffy or o graphic li chen o graphic 

[afi, p. 294] seen o graphic or 

sten o graphic lich en o graphic 

graphic typ o graphic or i con o graphic 

Sapphic ty po graphic 

traffic or top o graphic 

traffick zinc o graphic 

se raphic zo o graphic 

di a graphic cho re graphic or ste re o graphic or 

par a graphic chor e graphic ster e o graphic 

hy dro graphic chi ro graphic 

cal i graphic! cho ro graphic or 

lex i graphic chor o graphic 

pas i graphic pet ro graphic 

pol y graphic 

tach y graphic 



bib li o graphic 

he li o graphic 

pa le o graphic 

o re o graphic 



hi er o graphic 
het er o graphic 
sid er o graphic 
hy e to graphic 
pen ta graphic e pis to lo graphic 
or tho graphic au to bi o graphic 



ass 



DOUBLE RHYMES, at J 



me te or o graphic 


baffled 


zaffre 


an a glyp to- 


[afl, above] 




graphic 


Jscaffold 


chaffers 


e lee tro-tel e- 


un baffled 


[afiir, above] 


graphic 






e lee tro-chron o- 


baffledst? 


ag 1 


graphic 


[afl, above] 


agate 


hor o lo gi o- 




[agot, below] 


graphic 


inafflest 1 - 






[afl, above] 


blackguard 


sapphics 




haggard 


. traffics'. 


daifleth 


laggard 


di a graphics 


[afl, above] 


[agurd, below] 


ep i graphics 






i de o graphics? 


raffling 


blackguards 


[^f!k, above] 


[afl, above] 


[agard, above] 


chaffing 


baffler 


haggedf 


[ftf, p. 17] 


[afl, above] 


jagged 






cragged 


chaffings 


bafflers 


knagged 


[aflog, above] 


[aflur, above] 


ragged 






tsphragide 


baffle 


snaffles 


shagged . 


daffle 


[afl, above] 


scragged 


gaffle 




snagged? 


Jgafol 


c r aff er 


[ag, p. 17] 


haffle* 


gaffer 




kaffle 


graffer 


waggel 


mafflet 


Caffre or 


[agl, below] 


raffle 


Kaffir, &c. 




shaffle* 


Jquaffer 


draggest 


scraffle* 


sapphire? 


[ag, p. 17] 


snaffle 


zaffer|| or 






zaffir or 


braggetf 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



[agot, below] 


gaggle daggles 




haggle straggles 


waggeth 


straggle [agl, above] 


[ag, p. 17] 


waggle 




twaggel or bagman 


baggy 


twagel Jbagmen 


flaggy 


be daggle dragman 


jaggy 


be draggle Jdragmen 


craggy 


ragman 


quaggy 


draggled |ragmen 


knaggy 


[agl, below] 


naggy* 


magmail 


shaggy 


stragglest stagma||t 


scraggy 


[agl, above] ma lagma|| 


slaggy 




snaggy 


aglet fragment 


swaggy 


taglet ante pagment 


[ag, p. 17] 






waggleth fragments 


sphragide 


[agl, above] [agment, above] 


[aged, above] 






taglets agnate 


flagging 


[aglSt, above] magnate 


sagging 


stagnate 


Pfc P- 17] 


haggling [agnet, below] 



[Sgmg, above] 

haggish 
waggish 

daggle 
draggle 



[Sgl, above] 

stagnates 

hagglings [agnat, above] 
[aglmg, above] 

stagnant 

haggler re stagnant! 
straggler 

bag-net 

hagglers dragnet 

[aglur, above] magnet 



230 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ag"-~ 3 



di a magnet 


hagship 


aj 


e lee tro-magnet 




Cadjar 


[&gnat, above] 


flag-ships 


[ajar, below] 




[agshlp, above] 




magnets 




badgest 


[agngt, above] 


flag-stone 


[aj, p. 18] 




ragstone 




magnum|| 




fadgeth 


sphagnumjl 


flag-stones 


[a], p. 18] 




[agston, above] 




agnus|| 




hadjil! 


sphagnous 


tag-tail 


cadgy 




wagtail 


how ad jill 


dragon 






flagon 


tag-tails 


magic 


wagon or 


[flgtsl, above] 


tragic 


waggon 




el lagic 


sea-dragon? 


bragger 


pe lagic 




[Sg, p. 17] 


cho ragic 


dragons 


dagger 


hem or rhagic 


[agon, above] 


jagger 


ar chi pe lagic 




lagger 




tagate 


sagger 


agile 


Jbraggetf 


stagger 


fragile 


fagot 


swagger 




maggot 


tagger 


im agined 


magot 




un im agined 




daggered 




fagots 


Jlaggard 


cadging 


[agot, above] 


[agitrd, above] 


KJ, p. 18] 




staggered 




magpie 


swaggered 


had j is 


Pg & PI?] 




[&JT, above] 




daggers 




flag-ship 


[agftr, above] 


badgeless 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ttj ilk 23l 

[j, p. 18] al pacas [ak, p. 18] 

[aka, above] 

badger bracket 

tCadjar?|| or jackal Jhakot 

JKajar?|| [8k & all?] jacket 

cadger packet 

JMagyar?!! jack-block placket 

rack-block racket 

badgers snacket* 

[ajur, above] . jack-blocks Jsnacot 

[Skblok, above] stacket 

ak tackett 
package backboard [akat, above] 
sackagef blackboard 

stackaget slacketh 

trackage backboards [ak, p. 18] 

[akbord, above] 

baccate brackets 
braccate hackbut or [ake"t, above] 

saccate haquebut 

bi saccate sackbut black-flag? 

[aket, below] jack-flag 

hackbuts 

clachan* [akbut, above] black-flags? 
[akn, below] [akflag, above] 

facture? 

bacca|| [aktyur, below] wrackful 

po lacca|| sackful 

Ka nacka or hackee* [ak & full?] 
Ka naka [akl, below] 
al paca|| 

at tacca|| cracked? backhouse 

jar a raca|| [ttkid, below] pack-house 
as a ra bacca|| 

blackest brackyf 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



hackee* 


pack-cloths 1 


tacklings 


lackey 


[akkloth, above] 


[Sklmg, above] 


laquayf 






knacky 


grackle or 


cackler 


wacke|| or 


grakle 


[Ski, above] 


wacky 


hackle or 






hatchel? 


cacklers 


lackeyed 


cackle 


[aklur, above] 


Slacked? 


crackle 




[ak, p. 18] 


quackle 


mackles 


un lackeyed 


made? 


[akl, above] 




mackle 




Bacchic 


shackle 


hackman 


sto machic 


tackle? 


thackmen 




un shackle 


jackman 


slakin 




Ijackmen 


[akn, below] 


shackled 


packman 




[Ski, above] 


Spackmen 


racking 






[ak, p. 18] 


sacklessf 


drachmajl 




trackless 


tet ra drachmajl 


rackings 






[aking, above] 


tackiest 


acme? || 




[akl, above] 


drachmae?!! 


blackish 




[akma, above] 


brackish 


crackleth 




quackish 


[akl, above] 


im packmentf 


knackishf 




[ak & meant?] 


[ak, p. 18] 


blackly 






hackly 


acmite 


lackeys 


shackly* 


[ak & mlt?] 


[akl, above] 


slackly 








blacken 


pack-cloth 1 


tackling 


bracken* 


sackcloth 1 


[akl, above] 


Sclachan* 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ak 



2S3 



Islakin back-rent axes?]|, &c. 

slacken rack-rent [from axis; pi. of 

ax or axe, see 

blackened back-rents aksez, below] 

[ukn, above] [akrent, above] 



ifacundf 

quackenedf 

un slackened 

acne?|| 

ihackney 

a raclme?|| 

blackness 
slackness 



taxed? 

nacrite [aks, p. 19 ; 
[ak & rlt?] aksrd, below] 



acrid 
ant acrid 
sub acrid 

axalf 
iaxil 
iaxile 
iaxle 



accent? 
|re laxant 

accents? 
Jre laxants 



hackney iaxle access? 

[akne, above] bi axal [aksis, below] 

u ni axal 

hackneyed in ter axal , laxest 

un hackneyed waxest 

re laxant [aks, p. 19] 
slackens [aksent, below] 

[akn, above] backset 

a braxas|| ima laxatef 

shako|| [aksis, below] ire traxit|| 
squacco 

zaccho jack -saw taxeth 

che bacco rack-saw [aks, p. 19] 
to bacco or 

ta bacco||t jack-saws iaxes?|| 

[aksa, above] [aksis, below] 

squaccos axes? 

[itko, above] baccae?|| td-xes 

[akst, below] [aks, p. 19] 



234 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



JActian? 

action 

faction 

fraction 

pactionf 

taction 

traction 

ex action 

in action 

co action 

re action 

self-action 

trans action 

re daction 

ol faction 

dif fraction 

in fraction 

re fraction 

corn paction 

ab straction 

sub straction 

at traction 

de traction 

dis traction 

ex traction 

con traction 

pro traction 

re traction 

sub traction 

un der-action 

re-en action 

re tro action or 

ret ro action 

in ter action 

coun ter action 



o ver action 
hi bri faction 
un der faction 
ar e faction 
ben e faction 
cal e faction 
chyl i faction or 
chy li faction 
lab e faction 
mal e f actionf 
pat e faction 
rar e faction 
tab e faction 
tep e faction 
sat is faction 
tu me faction 
stu pe faction 
pet ri faction 
tor re faction 
vit ri faction 
as sue faction! 
pu tre faction 
liq ue faction 
dis sat is faction 
self-sat is faction 
un sat is factionf 
col liq ue faction 
coun ter-at trac- 
tion 

factions 
[akshun, above] 

factious 
fractious 



vaccine? 

[ak & sin?] 

bacc8e?|| 
[ilka, above] 

braxy 
flaxy 
waxy 
phyl lo taxy 

flaccid 
Jtaxed? 
[aks, p. 19] 

laccic 
a taxic 

axil 
axile 
[aksal, above] 



Jtax him? 
[aks & him?] 

laccine 
vaccine? 
[aksn, below] 

re laxing 
[aks, p. 19] 
un re laxing 

re laxings 
[aksing, above] 



DOtJBLE RHYMES, 



235 



^access? 


Jlaccine 


ab lactatef 


axis|| 


Saxon? 


sac cho lactate 


praxis] | 


Jvaccine? 




taxis|| 


waxen 


lactates 


Ja braxas|| 


An glo-Saxon? 


[aktat, above] 


sy naxis|| 






syn taxis|| 


backstaves? 


actafl 


in ter axis|| 


[akstiif, below] 


facta|| 


ep i staxis|| 






par a taxis) | 


back-stays 


ex actor 


phyl lo taxis|| 


jack-stays [aktfir, below] 


par a sy naxis|| 








backstaff 


acted 


re traxitll 


jack-staff 


bracted 


[aksSt, above] 


pack-staff 


[akt, p. 19] 






frac.ted 


axle 


backstaffs 


un acted 


[akstil, above] 


[akstaf, above] 


un ex acted 






un co acted 


taxless 


tax-stone 


un re fracted 


[aks & less?] 


back-stone* 


ret ro fracted? or 






re tro fracted? 


cracksman 


back-stones* 


in com pacted 


Jcracksmen 


jack-stones 


un com pacted 


tacksman* 




in ab stracted 


ttacksmen* 


laxer 


un at tracted 




taxer or 


un dis tracted 


blacksmith 


Jtaxor 


un ex tracted 


jacksmith 


[aks, p. 19] 


in con tracted 






sub con tracted 


blacksmiths 


taxers 


un con tracted 


[aksmith, above] 


[aksur, above] 


un re tracted 






un coun ter acted 


flaxen 


lactate 




caxont 


tractate! 


actest 



236 



DOUBLE KUYMES, 



[akt, p. 19] 


dactyl or 


actings 


^practiced or 


dactyle 


[akting, above] 


^practised 


tactile 




}un practiced! 


tractile 


Jcactusll 




a dactyl or 


practice 


at tracteth 


a daetyle 


practise! 


[akt, p. 19] 


di dactyl 


mal practice or 




syn dactyl 


male practice 


Tractite 


tri dactyl 


coun ter practice 


sta lactite 


at tractile 


teat a ractous 


Ap o tactite 


dis tractile 






in tractile 


practiced! 


Tractites 


con tractile [aktest, above] 


[aktlt, above] 


re tractile 






hern i dactyl! 


active 


lactic 


pach y dactyl 


tractive 


practicf 


pter o dactyl 


en active 


tactic 


le po dactylet 


in active 


di dactic 


tet ra dactyl 


co active 


ec phractic 


mac ro dactyl! 


self -active 


em phractic 


pen ta dactyl 


ol faotive 


ga lactic 


an ti dactyl 


dif tractive 


sta lactic 


lep to dactyl 


ab stractive 


pro tactic 




at tractive 


syn tactic 


dactyls! 


de tractive 


cat a phractic 


tet ra dactyls 


dis tractive 


par al lactic 


mac ro dactyls! 


ex tractive 


proph y lactic 


[aktil, above] 


con tractive 


sac cho lactic 




pro tractive 


phyl lo tactic 


Jacton 


re tractive 




lactine 


sub tractive 


tactics 


ga lactine 


re tro active or 


[Sktlk, above] 




ret ro active 


di dactics 


acting 


coun ter active 


cat al lactics 


[akt, p. 19J 


chyl i factive 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ~ 



237 



stu pe f active 


de tractress 


ben e factor|| 


pet ri factive 


ben e factress 


mal e factor|| 


self -at tractive 




sub con tractor 


un at tractive 


tractrix|| 


hy dro-ex tractor 


coun ter-at tract- 


cli mact'rics? 




ive 


[ak & tricks?] 


factors 


[akt, p. 19; 




[aktur, above] 


ftkshun, p. 234] 


actum|| 




an ti pu tre factive 


factum|| 


facture? 


non est factum|| 


fracture? 


actless nu dum pactum|| 


an fracture? 


bractless 




com pacture?f 


tactless 


cactus 1 


vit ri facture? 




[aktis, above] 


man u facture? 


ex actly 






com pactly 


actor]] 


factures? 


ab stractly? 


[aktiv, above] 


[aktyfir, above] 


in ex actly 


factor|| 






tractor|| 


Bacchus;] 


en actment 


ab actor|| 


jacclmsjl 


re-en actment 


en actor 


[ak & us?] 




ex actor|| 




ex actness 


ex acter 


backer 


[aktll, above] 


[akt, p. 19] 


blacker 




trans actor]] 


[ak, p. 18] 


factoll 


ol factor 


flacker* 


de facto|| 


cli macterf 


whacker 


ox post facto|| 


at tractor 


cracker 


[ak & to?] 


de tractor|| 


lacquer 




ex tractor 


lacker 


acton 


con tractor|| 


knacker 


[aktm, above] 


pro tracter 


nackerf 




pro tractor 


thacker* 


actress 


re tractor 




ex actress 


un der actor 


backers 



238 



DOUBLE KHYMES, ak al 



[akfir, above] coun ter balance 



da alder j| 





o ver balance 




black wax? 




chalders 


[ak & wax?] 


balanced 


[aldftr, above] 


packwax 


[alans, above] 






un balanced 


calends 0r 


bacule 




kalends 


macule 


gallant? 


[al & ends?] 


saccule 


ttalent 








challenged 


bacules 


jalap 


un challenged 


[akyul, above] 


plop, below] 








talent 


al 


ballast 


[alant, above] 


palace 


pitst, below] 




[Sits, below] 




salep? 




Allah|| 


[alop, below] 


palate 


calla 




[algt, below] 


palla!! 


ca balest! 




pallah|| 


[alist, below] 


ballad 


valla 




salad 


[alum, below] 


ballet? 


[altd, below] 


val lialla|| or 


Jballot 




wal hallail 


Jgallate? 


ballads 


tal e gallai) 


callett 


[alad, above] 


cal ca valla! | 


tcallott 






inalett 


ballan 


callas 


mallet 


[alon, below] 


[ala, above] 


tpalate 






palett 


balance 


scaldic 


palette!) 


valance or 


he raldic 


tpallat 


^valence 


- 


pallet 


out balance 


chalder 


sallet 


e qui balance 


scalder 


valet?|| 



DOUBLE RHYMES, H 


1 239 


Jmet a gallate 


shil li-shalli? or 


py ro gallic or 


Jcir curn vallate 


shil ly-shally? 


pyr o gallic 




coun ter-tally? 


did as calic or 


mallets 




di das calic 


[alet, above] 


Iballad 


non me tallic 




dallied 


sub me tallic 


algor| 


[all, above] 


un me tallic 


Ire-algar 


calidf 


ep en ce phalic 




callidt 


mes en ce phalic 


fi dalgo|| 


pallid pseu do-me tallic 


hi dalgo|| 


Jsalad 


sem i-me tallic 


|salade||or gan o-me tallic 


algumll 


valid 




la, malgam 


in valid 


Jbalasef or 






Jballacef or 


algums 


phallic? 


Jballassf 


[algiim, above] 


gallic? 


chalice 




Gallic 


calice 


phalli?|| 


grallic 


tpalace? 


thalli?l| 


salic or 


fort alice? 




salique?|| 


hem e ro callis| 


alley 


ox alic 


[altis, below] 


dally 


me dallic 




galley or 


Van dalic 


Jballast 


gaily? 


ce phalic 


chaliced 


rally 


orn phalic 


malicedf 


sally 


vo calic 


Jca balest or 


challis or 


ro palic 


tea ballest 


shalli or 


I talic 


Jun ballast 


chally 


me tallic 




tally 


naph thalic 


valleys or 


valley 


am yg dalic 


vallies 


torn-alley 


en ce phalic 


[all, above] 


te o calli|| 


ith y phallic 




kak a rallilj 


met a gallic 


talg?|| 



240 



DOUBLE RHYMES, al 



ne phralgy 


calculet 


aloe 


neu ralgy 


an i malcule 


ballowt 


nos talgy 




fallow 


o talgy? 


calculesf 


gallowf 


ceph al algy? 


[alkul, above] 


hallow 


o don talgy? or 




callow 


od on talgy? 


calcous 


mallow 




talcous 


sallow 


neu ralgic 




shallow 


an talgicf 


palmate 


tallow 


[aljT, above] 


bi palmate 


all-hallow 




sem i-palmate 


un hallow 


falcate 




marsh-mallow 


de falcate 


palma!) 


sum mer-fallow? 




talma 


win ter-fallow? 



calcar| ed ri oph thalma|| 
Jvalkyrlj 

alme|| or 

calkest? or almeh] 

calquest oph thalmy? 

de falkestf hy droph thalmy 

ex oph thalmy 

calketh? 

JCalmuck? or 
t Kalmuck? 
palmic 
oph thalmic? 



[alke'st, above] 



Jbalconf 
calkin? 
gri malkin pod oph thalmic? 



calquing 
[a'lke'st, above] 

alco|| 
falcoil 



JAlmant 

JAlmainf 

palmine 

Calmuck?|| 



fallowed 
[tilo, above] 
un fallowed 
un hallowed 

aloes 

[alo, above] 
lign aloes? 

Jballan 

gallon 

Jsaline? 

stallon 

talon 

Jtom-alline 

gallons 
[alon, above] 



cat a falcojl [almik, above] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



241 



dallopt 


palpingf 


pis as phaltum 


gallop 


scalping ret in as phaltum 


galop|| 






1 jalap 


palpus]] 


tsaltier or 


Jsalep? or 


ped i palpous 


Isaltire 


Salop 




psalter? 


shallop 


calcite 


ses qui alter]] 


scallop? 


talcite 






mu ri calcite 


psalters? 


gallops 




[altur, above] 


[Slop, above] 


calcites 






[alsit, above] 


Jfallaxllt 


ballot 




hallux 


[algt, above] 


calcined? 


Ice phalics 




un calcined? 




salpa|| 


sem i calcined? 


alum 


talpal] 




vallum 1 


ca talpa]] 


as phaltic 


co ralluml] 




sys taltic or 


in ter vallum] |f 




sus taltic 




salpae?]] 


an a staltic 


phallus]] 


[alpa 1 , above] 


di a staltic 


gallows? 




cat a staltic 


Jcallose 


Jalpist 


per i staltic 


callous 


palpestt 


an ti per i staltic 


callus]] 


scalpest 




thallous 




alto]] 


thallusll 


palpetht 


di-salto|| 


Jbi callose 


scalpeth 


con traltoll 


bi callous 






[alTs, above] 


Alpine? 


altos]] 




Cis alpine? 


[alto, above] 


pallor]] 


sub alpine? 




valor| or 


Trans alpine? 


as phaltum 


valour|| 




per saltumjl 


tea bailer 



14 



242 



DOUBLE RHYMES, R! 



alvus|| 


se raglios 


[alyu, above] 


bi valvous 


[alyo, above] 








dallier? 


calver? 


scallion 


[aliur, p. 625] 


salver? 


stallion 


es palier|| 


Jsalvor 


me dallion 






ras callion or 


es paliers 


salvers? 


ras calionf 


[alyur, above] 


[alvur, above] 


tram pallianf 






rap scallion 


am 


Italian 


bat talion 


damage 


[alyon, below] 


%l talian 


ramage?f 




tat ter de malion 


en damage or 


Jsalient? 




in damagef 


valiant 


scallions 






[alyon, above] 


damaged 


galeas? 




[amaj, above] 


paillasse?|| or 


shall you? 


un damaged 


palliasse? 


[al & you?] 






value 


di gammate 


scaglia|| 


dis value 


[amut, p. 247] 


taglia?|| 


mis value 






out value 


mammal 


galliard 


re value 


[amel, below] 


halyard or 


un der value 




halliard 


o ver value 


lammas 


palliardf 




[amis, below] 




valued 




balliardsf 


[alyu, above] 


ammall 


halyards 


in valued 


drama? || 


[alyard, above] 


un valued 


[ama, p. 279] 






gamma || 


cas calho?|| 


shall use? 


mamma? || 


se raglioll 


[al & use?] 


di gammall 


in taglio?|| 


values 


pro gramma || 



DOUBLE EHYMES, it HI 243 

grammar famble crambo 

[amur, below] gamble sambo|| or 

^gambol zamboll 

dramas ramble 

[ama', above] shamble flambeaux?|| or 

scamble flambeaus 

lambent scramble [Smbo, above] 

[am & bent?] tramble 

gambol 

i ambize brambled [ambl, above] 

[Sm & biz?] [Smbl, above] 

lamboys 
ambe|| or ramblest [am & boys?] 

ambi|| [ambl, above] 

ex cambie* bamboo? [| 

nam by-pamby? ambleth jambeuxll or 

[ambl, above] giambeux?|| 

ttambac 

i ambic trambling bamboos? 

clio li ambic [ambl, above] giambeux?|| 

cho ri ambic rambuse? or 

dith y rambic bramblings rambooze 

[amblmg, above] 

gambist gambrel 

cambist gambler cambrel or 

[ambl, above] chambrel 

gambists 
above] gamblers gambrels 

[ambl, above] [ambrgl, above] 
ambit 

tgambet scrambles i ambus] | 

gambitll [ambl, above] cho ri ambus|| 

dith y rambusll 
amble ambo|| 

bramble flambeau)) amber 



244 



DOUBLE EHTME8, 



camber camels 


mammy 


clamber [ame!, above] 


rammy 


tambour?|| 


chamoisll 


tliq uid ambar? or ament 


shamois? 


liq uid amber Jammant 


shammy 


rament 


tammy 


ambered 




[ambfir, above] aments 


amide 


[ament, above] 


t crammed? 


clambers 


[am, p. 20] 


[ambur, above] jammest 




[am, p. 20] 


ramming 


ambush 


[am, p. 20] 


en ambush slammeth 




[am, p. 20] 


A damic 


amel 


a gamic 


tamyle camphiret 


tri grammic 


whammel* samphire? 


dy namic 


camel marsh-samphire? 


cin namic 


Jlambale 


ce ramie 


lamel chamfer 


bal samic 


Imammal Jcaniphor 


pre-a damic 


rammelf samphire? 


phen o gamic 


shammel marsh-samphire? 


cryp to gamic 


stammel 


tel e grammic 


trammel chamfers 


mon o grammic 


en amel [amf ftr, above] 


A bra hamic 


en trammel 


a dy namic or 


imon o grammal ammite or 


ad y namic 


hammite 


cos mo ramie 


trammeled or grammite 


di o ramie 


trammelled psammite 


pan o ramie 


[amel, above] 


phan e ro gamic 


tin trammeled! clammy 


ep i tha lamic 


manima3?| 


hy dro dy namic 



DOtBLE KHYMES 



245 



ther mo dy namic 

mon o dy namic 

i so dy namic 

par al lei o gram- 

mic 

e lee tro-dy namic 
[amok, below] 

dy namics 
[mink, above] 
my o dy namics 
phar ma co dy- 
namics 
a er o dy namics 

famine 

tamine 

ex amine 

cross-ex amine 

pre-ex amine 

re-ex amine 

[amon, below] 

Jgammoned 
ex amined 
[amin, above] 
un ex amined 

Jgammons 
[amon, below] 

ex amines 
[jimm, above] 

amice or 
Jamessf 



camis?t hammocks 

Jcammas [amok, above] 
Jcamus?f 

tlammas tamma:i'| 

tamis gammon 

tmon o grammous mammon 

salmon 

famish back gammon 
rammish[amln,&c. , above] 
tstramash* 



en famisht 

lambkin 
slamkin* 
tamkin 

lambkins 
[amkin, above] 



lampate 
[am & pate?] 

lampad 
tstamped? 
[amp, p. 21] 

pampasll 
[ampus, below] 



hamlet 

camlet or 

Jcamelot or 



dampest 
trampest 
chamletf. [amp, p, 21] 
samlet 

crampeth 
[amp, p. 21] 



hamlets 
[amlet, above] 

rhamnus] 
die tamnus|| 



rampiref 

vampirell or 

vampyre 



hammock vampires 

cammock [ampir, above] 
mammockf 

[Smik, above] dampyf 

14* 



246 DOUBLE RHYMES, 

crampy tramplest grampus 

[ampl, above] campus|| 

lampic Jlampass 

[am & pick?] sampleth Jpampas|| 

[ampl, above] hip po campus] | 

ampyxll 

[am & picks?] amply damper 

damply hamper 

stamping pamper 

[amp, p. 21] trampling pampre|| 

[ctmpl, above] Jrampier 

stampings scamper 

[ampmg, above] tramplings stamper 

[ampl, above] tamper 

dampish tramper 

scampish ampler vamper 

sampler [Snip, p. 21] 

ample [ampl, above] o ver pamper 
Jampulf 

gramplef samplers pampered 
sample [ampler, above] [ampur, above] 

trample un hampered 

ex ample? examples un pampered 
en sample?f [ampl, above] 

dampers 

sampled de campment [ampur, above] 

[ampl, above] en campment lampers 

un trampled 

un ex ampled dampen kamsin|| or 

Jsampanll khanisin|| 

lampless JtainponU [am & sin?] 
ex amplesst 

[amp & less?] an a camptic hamster 

pho no camptic [am & stir?] 
amplest 



DOUBLE EHYMES, am ail 



247 



hamsters stammers grannam 

[am & stirs?] [aniur, above] |per annum|| 



salmon 
[amon, above] 

gamut 

Jniammetf 

Jdi gammate 

gamuts 
[anmt, above] 

Jdanunarl or 

|damar|| 

gammer 

Igrammar 

hammer 

clamorll or 

clamour 1 1 

crammer 

mammerf 

rammer 

Jsamare 

shammer 

stammer 

en amor or 

en amour 

dis en amor! 

hammered 
pimur, above] 
un hammered 
un en amored! 



tip 



damsel 
^mademoiselle? 1 1 

damson 
ramson 

damsons 
[amzn, above] 

an 

manage 
pannage 
mis manage 

: 

managed 
mis managed 
un managed 

Jannat or 
annate 
tgannet 
granatef 
tgranite 
khanate? 
tplanet 
stannate 
tannate 
pome granate? 

gancheth 

annates [anchest, above] 
[anat, above] 

manchetsf 



annaj I 
cannali 
mannail 
ban dana|| or 
ban danna 
al canna|| 
pe cana? 
ven tannaf 
sa vanna|| or 
sa vannah 
ho sanna|| 
dul ci ana|l 
ig u ana?!l 
e cac u anha?|| 

anarch 

[an & ark?] 

ho sannas 
[ana, above] 

ganchest 
planchest 
ranchestt 

manchetf 
planchct 



48 



DOUBLE EHYMES, ail 



[anchgt, above] 


mu tandajl 


blandest 




no tandall 


[and, p. 22] 


plancliing 


prop a ganda|| 


tprop a gandist 


[anche'st, above] 


mem o randa | 






ob ser vanda|| 


brandeth 


franchise 




[and, p. 22] 


Branches 


* landau? or 




[&nch, p. 22] 


landaw 


band-fish 


af franchise 


[and & awe? or 


land-fish 


dif franchise t 


an & daw?] 




dis franchise 




land-flood 


ef franchise 


bandbox 


sand-flood 


en franchise or 


sand-box 




in franchise 




land-floods 


dis en franchise 


banded 


sand-floods 




[and, p. 22] 




franchised 


Jbandied 


handful 


[anclriz, above] 


tbrandied 


[find & full?] 


un franchised 


Jcandid 






Jcandied 


hand-glass 


plancher 


landed 


sand-glass 


[anchur, p. 295] 


stranded 






un banded 


bandy 


bandaged 


un branded 


brandy 


un bandaged 


tun candid 


dandy 




ex panded 


handy 


mandate 


un dis banded 


candy 


[andlt, below] 


un der handed 


randy* 




un ex panded 


sandy 


sandal 




un handy 


fandl, below] 


candent 






scandent 


candid 


panda]] 


[andant, p. 295] 


[and^d, above] 


a bandal] 






ve randa]] 


bandest 


Ice landic 



DOUBLE RHYMES, illl 249 

[andok, below] handle [andl, above] 

candle 

banding Jmanclil ^chandler 

landing Jsandal dandier 

un der standing Jscandal [andl, above] 

[and, p. 22] Jstandel 

not with stand- JYandal dandlers 

ing o ver handle [andlur, above] 

landings landlord candles 

[tlnding, above] [and & lord?] [andl, above] 

blandish landlords disbandment 



brandish 


[andlard, above] 


[andment, p. 


grandish 




295] 


standish 


dandled 




out landish 


[andl, above] 


blandness 


up landish 


Jsandaled 


grandness 




un handled 




blandished 


tun sandaled 


bandeau? i| 


[andish, above] 




nandow?|j 




handless 


ca landojl 


bandit 


landless 


tre niando?|| 


^mandate 




len tandojl 


[an & date?] 


handiest 


lor zando?|| 


pandit 


[andl, above] 


sfor zando?|| 






rin for zando? || 


bandits 


dandleth 


ac eel e randoil 



[andit, above] [andl, above] [ando, p. 280] 



candies 
[andl, above] 

bandle* 
dandle 


- blandly 
grandly 

brandling 
handling 


bandore? 
mandore 
pandore? 

candock 



250 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ail 



Jlce landic androns 


randonf 




sland'rous 


a bandon 


hand-rake 


an androus 


+t'er randine 


mandrake 


di androus 




Jthe andric 


hex androus 


a bandoned 




me androus 


[ihidiin, above] 


hand-rakes 


tri androus 


un a bandoned 


[andrak, above] 


de candrous 






gy nandrous 


ne fandousf 


dry andra|| 


mo nandrous 


re pandous 


ca landrail 


hep tandrous 






oc tandrous 


bander 


mandrel 


pen tandrous 


blander 


Jmandrill 


te trandrous 


[and, p. 22] 


spandrel 


pol y androus 


dander 




en ne androus 


gander 


mandrels 


do de candrous 


candor or 


[andrel, above] 


i co sandrous 


candour 






mander?f 


ar chi mandrite 


handsome? 


pander or 


[Snd & rlt?] [ansum, p. 256] 


pandarf 






tpandoor?| or 


ar chi mandrites 




|pandour?|| 


[andrlt, above] 


tgrandam 


slander 




random 


me ander 


me andry 


ttandemll 


phi lander 


[andrf, p. 295] 


a bandumll 


so lander 




mu tandumll 


ger mancler 


tandronjl 


no tandumll 


po mander? 


Al ex andrine 


mem o randum|| 


gy nander 


sal a mandrine ad cap tandum|| 


mo nander 




ob ser vandum|| 


dit tander 


android 




oc tander 


sal a mandroid 


bandonf 


o le ander 




Jrandan* 


co ri ander 



DO I HLE RHYMES, ail 



251 



al ex ander 


channeled or 


[ang & full?] 


sal a mander? 


channelled 




ger ry mander?* 


[anfel, above] 


angle 




un channeled! 


bangle 


dandcred* 




branglet 


glandered 


t annals 


dangle 


mandered?f 


flannels 


fangle 


pandered 


[anel, above] 


jangle 


slandered 




mangle 


^standard 


plannest 


rangle* 


me andered 


[an, p. 21] 


"wrangle 


ger ry rnan- 


JtanistH 


spangle 


dered?* 


Jal co ranist 


strangle 






tangle 


glanders 


planet 


twangle 


sanders 


[ttnat, above] 


im branglet 


slanders 




new-f angle 


[andur, above] 


scanneth 


tpha langal 




[an, p. 21] 


tga langal 


grandeur 




be manglef 


[anjur, p. 253] 


farfare 


be spangle 




[an & f^r?] 


en tangle or 


Janil 




in tanglef 


channel 


manful 


un tangle 


fannel 


panful 


in ter jangle 


flannel 


un manful 


dis en tangle 


tganil* 




re cip i angle 


Jmanil 


bangest 




panel 


sangest 


mangled 


pannel 


[tog, p. 22] 


[ttnggl, above] 


rannelf 




new-fangled? 


scrannelf 


twangeth 


un mangled 


stannel 


[tag, P- 22] 


quin que angled 


em panel or 




un en tangled 


im panel 


ha ranguef ul 





DOUBLE RHYMES, All 



wrangles! 
[anggl, above] 

dangletli 
[anggl, above] 

tangly 
new-fanglyt 

jangling 
[anggl, above] 

j anglings 
[anggling, above] 

Anglof 
vanglojl 



fangless 



fangot 
Jlangate 



fangots banger 

Jlangates hangei* 

[ang, p. 22] 
clangous 

$praiigos|| ha ranguers 

slangoust [angur, above] 
spa tangus|| 

manhood 

anger [3n & hood?] 
angor|| 

ciangor|| or Danite 

clangour mannite 

jo hannite 
rein mannite 



sanguine 
en sanguine 
un sanguine 



dangler 
[anggl, above] 

en sanguined 

danglers [anggwm, above] 
[anggl ur, above] 

anguish 

Angles languish 

angles 

[anggl, above] languished 

[anggwish , above ] 
mango 

fan dango|| hanging fran gi panni|| 

a rango|| [ang, p. 22] Hin du stani?|| or 
Hin doo stance? | 
mangoes hangings 

[anggo, above] [angmg, above] ibannock 

Jdannock* 



branny 
granny 
canny* or 
cannie* 
cranny 
ranny 
shanny 
scranny* 
un canny 
su ra danni|| 
Is pa li 



. BLE KHTMES, it 11 



ijannock* al e mannic 

panic tal is manic 

stannic Mus sul manic? 

tannic Al co ranic 

cy anic char la tanic 

Ste phanic Pu ri tanic 

man ganic va le ri anic 

or ganic hy dro cy anic 

pa ganic sul pho-cy anic 

me chanic fer ro-cy anic 

vol canic Ar is to phanic 

me lanic pseu do vol canic 

Brah manic hy dro gal vanic 

Ger manic hy dro fer ro cy- 

Ro manic anic 



planish 

Spanish 

vanish 

re banish 

Ja pannish 

e vanish 

al co ranish 

banished 
[anlsh, above] 
self-banished 

granite 
[anat, above] 



tym panic? 




crannies 


Pu ranic 


panics 


[ant, above] 


ty rannic? 


[anik, above] 


tjo hannes] 


u ranic 


hu manics 




bo tanic 




frangentf 


Bri tannic 


tannin 


plangentf 


mon tanic 


[anon, below] 


tangent 


sa tanic 




co-tangent 


sul tanic 


tanning 


sub tangent 


te tanic 


[an, p. 21] 


sem i-tangent? 


Ti tanic 






ti tanic 


tannings 


grandeur? 



gal vanic [anlng, above] 
o ce anic 

Mes si anic anise 

di a phanic Jstannous 
lex i phanic 

in or ganic banish 

Mag el lanic? clannish 

al der manic mannish 
15 



pha langer 

grandeurs 
[anjur, above] 

rankest 
[ank, p. 23] 



354 DOUBLE RHYMES, 


an 


banket [Snkl, above] 


un anxious 


blanket 


o ver anxious 


thankless 




thanketh [nk & less?] 


tnancus 


[ank, p. 23] 


[ank & us?] 


hanklest* 


tpa lankas|| 


blankets [ankl, above] 




[ankSt, above] 


anchor 


crankleth 


anker 


thankful [Snkl, above] 


banker 


un thankful 


flanker 


[ank & full?] blankly 


hanker 


frankly 


canker 


cranky lankly 


pranker 


lanky rankly 


ranker 


scranky* [ank, p. 23] 


rancor|| 


ttwankay 


chancrell or 


Yankee rankling 


shanker 


cy nanche?|| [ankl, above] 


spanker 




un anchor 


banking crankles 




spanking [ankl, above] 


anchored or 


[Snk, p. 23] 


ancredt 


blankness 


Jblancard 


dankish [anklt, above] 


tbrancard||f 


Frankish 


tflankard 


prankish banco|| 


hankered 


sal tin bancot 


cankered 


ankle or cal a manco or 


jitankard 


anclef cal li nianco 


un anchored 


hankie* 




crankle sanctioned 


cankers 



rankle un sanctioned [ankur, above] 



ankled 



banquetjj 



DOUBLE KIIYMES, it'll 255 

lanquetll cannon fans, p. 23] 

Jstannine Jro inancist 

banquets Jtannin 

[ankwet, above] dem i-cannon? lancet 

^transit 

tranquil canons 

[itnk & will?] [anon, above] ro manceth 

[3ns, p. 23] 

vanquished sanpan|| 

un vanquished swanpan|| lancets 

[anset, above] 
manless ransacked 

planless un ransacked ^fancies 

[anslk, below] [onst, p. 256] 
manlike manses 

un manlike tbranslef [ans, p. 23 ; ans, 

[an & like?] chancel p. 37] 

handsel? or 

manly hanself sub stantiate? 

un manly cancel cor y bantiate? 

spancel* cir cum stantiate? 

manlingt +ex pansile tran sub stantiate? 

tanlingt [anshfclt, p. 630] 

canceled or 

manlingst cancelled fi nancial 

[anlTng, above] [ ansgl, above] sub stantial 

un canceled! cir cum stantial 

anode in sub stantial 

[an & od?] chancels con sub stantial 

[ansel, above] un sub stantial 

bannock un cir cum stan- 

[artfk, above] transept tial 

sem i-transept su per sub stantial 
fanon 
canon hancestf banshee|| 



DOUBLE KHYMES, illl 



[an & she?] 


fancies 


vo lante?H 




[ansez, above] 


can tante?|| 


stantientf 




dil et tante?|| 


transient 


handsome 




in transient 


hansom 


vantage? 




ransom 


[ftntffj, p. 296] 


clanship 


transom 




cour te sanship? 


un handsome 


vantagedf 






[antaj, above] 


mansion 


handsomedf 


un vantaged 


panshon* 


ransomed 




scansion 


un ransomed 


bantam 


stanchion? 




Jphantom or 


Jfi nancianf 


ransoms 


Jfantomt 


ex pansion 


[ansum, above] 


Jad i antum?|| 


mansions 


anser|| 


antajl 


[anshun, above] 


answer 


santaU 




cancer 


V^e dantaf 


fancy 


re-answer 


in fanta|| 


pancyt 


mer ganser?|| 


ma ranta|| 




ro mancer 




fancied 


[ans, p. 23] 


antes?! 


rancid 




tahanties 


un fancied 


answered 


va gantesy|| 




Jhansard 


At lantes?|| 


Francic 


re answered 


Cor y bantes?|| 


transack 


un answered 




[aiiPilkt, above] 




re canted 




cancers 


[ant, p. 24] 


ro mancing [ansftr, above] 


un planted 


[tins, p. 23] 




un scanted 




an dante?|| 


un re canted 


ex pansive 


in fante?|| 


un sup planted 


ad vancivef 


bril lante?|| 


un trans planted 



.K iniVMKs, ail 



tfantastt 


a canthusll 


antic 


cantest 


Jen canthis|| 


frantic 


JKantist 


ai lanthus 


mantict 


gal lantest? 


he manthusll 


pe dantic 


[nt, p. 24] 


mo nanthous 


gi gantic 




rhi nanthus|| 


At lantic 


ranteth 


Je ranthisll 


ro mantic 


[ant, p. 24] 


lo ranthus|| 


Cor y bantic 




am i an thus|| 


syc o phantic 


zo antha|| 


he li anthusll 


cis at lantic 


a banthail 


hys ter anthous 


trans at lantic 


a cant ha|| 


pol y anthusll 


hy dro mantic 




pro ter anthous 


ge o mantic 


anthem 


gyr a canthus|| 


on o mantic 


ex anthem 


nem a canthus|| 


chi ro mantic 




am a ranthus|| 


nee ro mantic 


xanthic 




py ro mantic or 


ce nanthic 


anther 


pyr o mantic 


hy drox anthic 


panther 


un ro mantic 




sea-panther? 


hi er o phantic 


xan thine 




pseu do-ro mantic 


eux anthine 


anthers 




a canthine 


[anthur, above] 


antics 


pa ranthine 




At lantic's 


am a ranthine 


Jfcntae?!! 


[antik, above] 




canty* 




anthrax|| 


ranty 


Jcanton 


xy lanthrax|| 


shanty 


Jpanton 




scanty 


plantain 


canthuell 


bril lante?|| 


tsanton|| 


xanthous 


du rante?|| 


Bra bantine 


an anthous 


non ob stante?|| 


dra gantine 


ep anthous 


dil et tantill 


le gantinef 


syn anthous 


con cer tante?|| 


| in canton 


Ja canthice 


[antl, p. 281] 


a lantine 



258 



DOUBLE RHYMES, Jill 



la mantin|| or 

la mantine 

le vantine? 

By zantine? 

el e phantine 

Di o phantine 

ad a mantine 

ath a mantine 

planting 
[ant, p. 24] 

plantings 
[ilntmg, above] 

plantains 
[antln, above] 

mantis 

Jpantess? 

Jai lantus|| 

Kantism 
rantisni 

Kantisms 
[antizm, above] 

shanties 
[antez, above] 

cantle or 
cantelt 
Jcantile 
mantel 



mantle un com plai saut- 
scantlet ly? 

tantle* [antll, p. 290] 
dis mantle 

in mantlet mantling 

out mantlet scantling 

un mantle tantlingt 

Iquad rantal [antl, above] 
Jcon so nantal 

scantlings 

tantled* [antling, above] 
[antl, above] 

antler 

plantless pantlcr 

[ant & less?] dis mantle r 

be zantler 
mantlest 
[antl, above] pantlers 

[antltir, above] 
gantlet 

cantlet mantles 

mantlet or [antl, above] 
mantelet? || 

plantlet scantness 

scantlett [antll, above] 

cantletht canto j| 

[antl, above] mantot 

port manteau] 
mantlets co rantot or 

[antlet, above] cou ranto?|| 

quo war ranto?|| 
scantly 

gal lantly? al lantoid? 

com plai santly? el e phantoid? 



DOUBLE EHYMES, OH 



259 



ad a mantoid 


re canter 


mannered 




tro chanter || 


im bannered 


cantos 


sup planter 


un bannered 


[anto, above] 


in stanter|| 


ill-mannered 




le vanter 


un mannered 


cantrap 


[ant, p. 24] 




man-trap 


tal ma cantart or 


tanners 




|al mu cantart 


[anur, above] 


cantraps 






[antr&p, above] 


cantered 


canvassed 




[ant fir, above] 


un canvassed 


gantry? 


cantred 




pantry 




lanyard or 


[antrf, p. 296; 


lantern 


laniard 


antrl, p. 281] 


[an & turn?] 


panyardt 






Spaniard 


pantries 


banters 


tan-yard 


[antrl, above] 


[antur, above] 








lanyards 


jantu|| 


per annum || 


[anyard, above] 


mantua?|| 


[anam, p. 247] 








spaniel? 


antrejt 


stannous 


staniel or 


banter 


[anis, above] 


stanyel 


chanter? 




team pagnol?|| 


Jcantaril 


banner 




canter 


fanner 


spaniels? 


panter?f 


lanner 


[anygl, above] 


Iplantar 


manner 




planter 


tmanor 


Jbanian? or 


ranter 


spanner 


Jbanyan? 


santer 


tanner 


faniont 


tranter* 


[an, p. 21] 


franiont 


en chanter? 




canon || or 


de canter 


bannered 


canyon 



260 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ail 



Jmas cagnin|| [apl, below] 
companion 

clappest 

canyons [ap, p. 24] 
[anyun, above] JTrappist 



lanier or 

lanyer 

panier?|| 

pannier? 



lappet 

tapet 

tappet 

tappeth 
[ap, p. 24] 



laniers 
[anyur, above] 

lappets 
ganza|| or [apet, above] 



stanzal) 

ro manzal 

ex trav a ganza] 



lapful 
S apf ul 

sap-head 
strap-head 



stanzas 
:, above] 

sap-heads 

pansy [aphgd, above] 
tansy 

chappy 
happy 
knappyf 
nappe|| 
nappie 
nappy 
pappy 
sappy 
[ftp, P- 24] 
tapis?|| 



/ 
chim panzee?|| 



pansies 
t, above] 



ap 

capture 
[aptyur, below] 

chapel 



wappe 
un happy 

Jclapped? 
[ftp, P. 24] 

rapid 
sapid 
vapid 

wrapping 
[ftp, P- 24] 
wapping-f- 

wrappings 
[ftpihg, above] 

trappings 

Lappish 

knappishf 

snappish 

tapishf 

nappies 
wappes 

flapjack 
slapjack* 
Pp & jack?] 

apple 

Jchapel 

dapple 

grapple 

knapplef 

crapplef 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



261 



trappel 

Jrapil 

scapple 



chaplains ' [apsSst, above ; 
[tiplm, above] ap & saith?] 



strapplet 


fraplerf 


apses? 


thrapple 


grappler 


re lapses 


Ad am's-apple 




[aps, p. 25 ; 


win ter-apple 


scapples 


ap & says?] 




[apl, above] 




appled 




caption 


fchapeled 


happen 


re caption 


dappled 


Jrapine 


de lapsion 


[apl, above] 


frappen|| 


e lapsiont 






col lapsion 


hapless 


grapnel or 


pro lapsion or 


napless 


crapnel 


pro laption 


sapless 


shrapnel 


u su caption? 


dapplest 


grapnels 


captious 


[apl, above] 


[apnel, above] 


un captious 


grappleth 


clap-net 


lapsing 


[apl, above] 


tapnet 


[apsest, above ; 






ap & sing?] 


chaplain 


clap-nets 




. grapline 


[apnet, above] 


cap-stone 


caplin 




lapstone 




lapsest 




dappling 


de lapsest 


lapstones 


[apl, above] 


e lapsest 


[apston, above] 


sapling 


il lapsest 






col lapsest 


JapsisJI 


saplings 


pro lapsest 


grapsusj! 


[aplmg, above] 


re lapsest 


lapsus!) 


taplings 




pro tapsusll 




lapseth 






15* 





262 



DOUBLE RHYMES, tip i 



re lapser 
[up & sir?] 



aptedf 

[apt, p. 25] 

Jmer captide 

co a dapted 

un a dapted 



aptly 
a daptlyt 
[apt, p. 25] 



pappusj] 

ttapis:'i| 

trappous 



aptness dapper 

[aptli, above] flapper 

capper 

aptote clapper 

pen taptote? rapperf 

aptest te traptote? wrapper 

[apt, p. 25] sapper 

Jbaptist chapter * snapper 

tan a baptist |captor|| strapper 

Jpe do baptist? or rapterf trapper 

Jpse do baptist? traptor||t wapper 

Jhem e ro baptist a dapter un der strapper? 

Jre captor [ap, p. 24] 
rapteth in ter chapter 
[apted, above] wrappers 

chapters [apur, above] 
captain [aptur, above] 

Jmer captan lapwork 

sea-captain? capture strap-work 

rapture 

a dapting re capture lapworks 

[apted, above] en rapture [apwvirk, above] 



captive 



raptured 



a daptive [aptyur, above] 

un raptured 
baptism 

re baptism captures 

an a baptism [aptyur, above] 
pe do baptism?^/' 



ur 

harraget 

Jcarriagy 

t marriage 

parage 

spar age t 

yaragef 



pas do baptism 



pappous tmis carriage 



DOUBLE KHYMES, UF 


263 


Jre marriage 


tarrace or 


barreled! 


dis parage 


tarras 


[arel, above] 


tin ter marriage 


de barrassf 


un ap pareled! 




em barrass 




harragedf 


Jco-heiress? 


barrels 


dis paraged 


herb-paris 


[arel, above] 


un dis paraged 


dis em barrass 








barren 


Arab? 


harassed 


[aron, below] 


JCarib 


[aras, above; 




Jcarob 


arest, p. 275] 


clarence 


scarab 


tstarost 


Jfor bearance 


Jspare-rib? 


un harassed 


[&rens, p. 275] 




un em barrassed 




arrach 




garret 


arrack?lj 


carat 


[arot, below] 


barrack 


[arot, below] 




carack or 




farryf 


carrack or 


arrah|| 


harry 


carac 


sirrah? 


carry 


tparrock* 


si marra|| 


marry 


Jtarrock* 




parry 


Jvarecll 


taril 


tarry 


[arlk, below] 


barrel 


mis carry 




carrel 


re carry 


arrant 


Jcarol 


re marry 


[arent, p. 275] 


Jcarrol 


o ver carry 




tparol 


in ter marry 


arras|| 


tparral or 




{arris 


parrel 


arid 


barras|| 


un barrel 


carried 


harass 


ap parel 


[&rf, above] 


Jheiress? 


dis ap parel 




tparisll 


re-ap parel 


taropht 


Jsquarrous 




Jparaph 



264 



DOUBLE RHYMES, JIT US 



tariff 


larynx?|| 


baron 


sac cho pharynx? I] 


tdanviu 


Jparaphed 




Jgarran or 


tariffed 


marish? 


garron 




parish 


Jlarin 


tariffs 


[artsh, p. 276] 


[arm, p. 276] 


[ftrlf, above] 






daric 


carries 


Jgarret 


Jvaredl 


[art, above] 


garrotll 


ste aric 




harrot+ 


bar baric 


arrow 


Jcarat 


Pin daric 


barrow 


carrot 


mar garic 


farrow 


tclaret 


Me garic 


harrow 


marrot 


Am haric 


carrow* 


Jnarratc? 


sac charic 


marrow 


parrot 


po laricf 


narrow 




f u marie 


sparrow 


carrots 


Ge marie 


yarrow 


[arot, above] 


Tar taric 


sea-barrow? 




tar taric 




tcarrom 


Him yaric 


harrowed 


larum? 


Bal e aric 


[aro, above] 


^marram 


sem i-bar baric 


un harrowed 


a larum?'!' 


py ro tar taric or 




liar um scarum? 


pyr o tar taric 


marrows 




pf r iik, above] 


[aro,, above] 


larrup 






[arup, p. 277] 


darics 


tarrock 




Pin darics 


[arak, above] 


as 






brassage 


larin 


carol 


passage 


[aron, below] 


[itrSl, above] 


re pa<s.-i_<- 



pharynx?|| 



^barren 



vassal 



DOUBLE EHTMES, RS 



265 



[Ml, below] 


Jplacit dasheth 




Jtatit 


[ash, p. 25] 


asa|| 


Jin crassate? 




bassaj 




ashes 


massa 


casseth 


dashes 




[aseth, p. 296] 


laches? || 


bastion 




slashes 


[Sstyiin, p. 269] 


assets 


[ash, p. 25] 




bassets? 


ga mashesf 


fasces?| 


[aset, above] 




classes?!! 




bashful 




gases? 


gashful 


tassel? 


tclasses?|| 


rashfulf 


[asll, below] 


tasses 


un bashful 




[asi, below] 




con nascence 


me lasses 


ashy 


re nascence 


mo lasses? 


Jfascias?]! 




mo rasses 


flashy 


nascent 


[as, p. 25] 


mashy 


Jpassant? 




plashy 


ad nascent 


fascial? 


slashy 


con nascent 


tthrashel* 


splashy 


re nascent 


car nassial? 


traoiiy 


sub nascent 






vi o lascentf 


fascia?|| 


lashing 


tcoun ter passant? 


cassia? || 


[ash, p. 25] 




ma asha|| 




cassestf 




lashings 


[asest, p. 296] 


ashen 


[ashing, above] 




[ashun, below] 




basset? 




a bashment 


brasset 


gnashest 


en cashment 


facet 


rashest 




^ascet 


[Ssh, p. 25] 


Jashen 


Jcassatef 




fashion 



266 



DOUBLE EHYME8, &S 



passion 


Ma nassite 


me lassie 


ration? 




bo racic 


mis fashion 


Glassites 


Ju rassic 


re fashion 


Ma nassites 


tho racic 


JCir cassian 




[Ss5k, below] 


JPar nassian 


gassy 




dis passion 


lassie* 


basyle or 


em passion or 


massy? 


Jbashyle 


im passionf 


tasse? 


facile 


com passion 


[ast, p. 296] 


gracilef 


JPa tri passian 


a bassi|| 


tcastle? 




mo rassy 


Jtassel? 


fashioned 


Mad e gassy or 


^vassal 


plshun, above] 


Mad e cassee 




new-fashioned 




basyle s 


un fashioned 


acid 


[SsYl, above] 


un passioned 


fracidt 




un im passioned 


placid 


passim]] 


un com passioned? 


ant acid 


Jraceme? 




bi acid 




tAscians 


non-acid 


quassine 


passions 


ox acid 


ar dassine]] 


pshun, above] 


sub acid 


tka fassonj] 




hy dracid 


mar cassin)! 


dasher 


py ro acid or 


da massin?|] 


[Ssh, p. 25] 


pyr o acid 


as sassinjl 


rasher 




[asn, p. 297] 


smasher 


sub acids 




thrasher 


[&sld, above] 


gassing 






cassingt 


dashers 


classic 


[asmg, p. 296] 


[a'shur, above] 


li assic 






tri assic 


chassisll 


Glassite 


se bacic 


classisjl 


quassite 


un classic 


a bassis 



DOUBLE RHYMES, &S 267 

tacit fi asco|| hy per aspistf 

[itset, above] [aspest, p. 297] 

castle 

massive? [ftsfl, above] asper|| 

passive jasper 
im passive castled [aspur, p. 297] 

tasseled? or 

lassies* tasselled? hastate 

[asl & asez, above] tvassaled! t de vastate? 

tun castelled 

tmascle bastard 

nascal haslet? dastard 

paschal castlet? [astfird, p. 298J 

rascal taslet |dis astered 

di paschal tpi lastered 
tri paschal basso|| 

an te paschal lasso brastedf 

sar gasso|| bom basted t 

nascals cu rassow [asted, p. 297] 
[Sskal, above] al to et basso] | 

brastestt 

lascar bassock bom bastestt 

[askilr, p. 297] hassock [astest, p. 297] 

cassock 

gasket [Sslk, above] brastetht 

lasket bom bastethf 

[asket, p. 297] cassocks [fiatSth, p. 297] 

[Ssok, above] 

gaskets fasti? II 

[ask^t, above] ca bassou|| or an ti spasti?|| 

ka bassoull 

gaskins ta ja^ull or nasty? 

gal li gaskins ta jassu|| pasty? 

[astl, p. 297] 
tasco . hy paspist 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



drastic 

mastic or 

mastich 

plastic 

spastic 

bom bastic 

di chastic 

sar castic 

e lastic 

scho lastic 

dy nastic 

gym nastic 

mo nastic 

pe pastic 

a plastic 

em plastic 

pro plastic 

eu plastic 

pei rastic 

fan tastic or 

phan tasticf 

en tastic 

pen tastich? 

te trastich 

chil i astic 

scho li astic 

en the .astic 

ped er astic 

Hu di brastic 

met a phrastic 

par a phrastic 

per i phrastic 

an ti phrastic 

an a clastic 

in e lastic 



un e lastic bom-bastingf 
un scho lastic [a'ste'th, p. 267] 
dok i mastic 

doc A mastic pro plastice 

on o mastic [astus, below] 
pie o nastic 

basto?|| 
tasto?ll 
im pasto?l| 



di a plastic 

es em plastic 

cos mo plastic 

rhi no plastic 

ne o plastic 

ce ro plastic 

pro to plastic 

en co mi astict 

par a sceu astict 

ec cle si astic 

en thu si astic 



[st & o?] 

baston 

tri spaston 

tme di astine 

tet ra spaston 

bastons 



i con o clastic [aston, above] 
par o no mastic 



staph y lo plastic 

or ga no-plastic 

gal va no-plastic 

stom a to-plastic 

ep i ce rastic 

tmastaxj 

cha lastics 

gym nasties 

[asttk, above] 

phel lo plastics 



mastoid 
sty lo mastoid 

astral 
Jcastrel 
sub astral 
ca dastral 

plastra|[ 
shastra|| or 
sastra?|| 
ap astra|| 

hastile? al a bastra|| 

tpastel [ftstrfim, below] 
pastil 

astrite 



DOUBLE KHYMES, &S at 



269 



al a bastrite 


ca naster 


re gatta'! 




pi nasterl 


par a matta[ 


al a bastrites 


ca di aster or 




[astrlt, above] 


cad i aster 


attar 




po et aster? 


[atur, p. 273] 


gastric 


o le. aster|{ 




a gastric 


lu pin aster? || 


re gattas 


di gastric 


al a baster? 


[ata, above] 


tri gastric 


ol i vaster? 




pol y gastric 


lep a do gaster?|| 


chatted 


pneu mo gastric 


po lit i caster? 


Jhy datid? 


mes o gastric 


gram mat i cas- 


era vatted 


mon o gastric 


ter? 


[at, p. 26] 


hy po gastric or 


in ter pi laster 


\ car y atid 


hyp o gastric 


ver tic il laster? 




stom a to-gastric 




chattel? 




pi lastered 


[atl, below] 


plastron|| 


[astard, above] 




ap astron|| 




latten 




dis asters 


[atn, below] 


astrumll 


[astur, above] 




castruni|| 




Jbatist 


al a bastrum|| 


chasseur ?(| 


battest 




[astir, p. 298] 


fattest 


+pro plastice 




[at, p. 26] 


ag nus castus|| 


bastion)] 


^latticed 


an ti spastus|| 


JErastian 






dem i-bastion? 


platteth 


aster 




[St, p. 26] 


tcastor 


bastions 




shaster [astyim, above] 


flat-fish 


dis aster 




cat-fish 


pi aster 


at 




ca dastrell 


battall 


hatful 


pi laster 


tattafi 


vatful 



270 



DOUBLE RHYMES, at 



cat-hole 


(th) 


static 


rat-hole 


fathomed 


sci atic 




^an fathomed 


ec batic 


cat-holes 




sab batic 


rat-holes 


gather 


um braticf 




lather 


em phatic 


wrathful? 


mather 


phos phatic 


scathful? 


rather? 


lym phatic 




for gather* 


sul phatic 


pathict 


re gather 


pan cratict 


spathic 


up gatherf 


So cratic 


f eld spathic or 




a quatic 


f el spathic 


gathered 


pa latic? 


pol y mathic 


[athur, above] 


pre latic 


phil o mathic 


un gathered 


vil latic 


plec tog nathic 


un lathered 


asth mathic 


hy dro pathic 




dal matic 


al lo pathic 


gathers 


dog matic 


my o pathic 


[athiir, above] 


dra matic 


the o pathic 




der matic 


an ti pathic 


satire?)] 


phleg matic? 


mo tor pathic 


[atur, below] 


gram matic 


ho me o pathic or 




cli matic 


ho nice o pathic 


battyf 


com matic 


het er o pathic 


chatty 


chro matic 


e nan ti o pathic 


fatty 


pneu matic 




catty 


plas matic 


nathlessf 


maty 


prag matic 


wrathless? 


natty 


pris matic 


scathless? 


patty 


rhe matic 






rheu matic 


spathose 


attic 


Sar matic 


Jspathous 


Attic 


schis matic? 


f eld spathose 


pratic or 


smeg matic 




pratique? || 


so matic 



DOUBLE RHYMES, at 



271 



sper matic phan torn aticf e nig matic? 

stig matic symp torn atic ar o matic 

sto matic hi er atic zyg o matic or 

stro matic op er atic zy go matic 

trau matic flu vi atic di pris matic 

zeug matic hy per batic po ris matic 

fa natic Mitli ri datic ach ro matic or 

ve naticf non-em phatic a chro matic 

he patic un em phatic tri stig matic 

er ratic am a cratic au to matic 

quad ratic och lo cratic ax io matic? 

pi raticf dem o cratic mor ga natic 

i satic mob o cratic ap la natic 

A siatic? the o cratic in er ratic 

a static Hip po cratic bi quad ratic 

ec static or bu reau cratic an a static 

ex tatic au to cratic hem a static 

pro static sub a quatic met a static 

pro tatic cat ag matic hy dro static 

la vatic mi as matic ther mo static 

syl vatict ant asth matic hy po static or 

em blem atic un dra matic hyp o static 

po em atic en der matic mag is tratic 

car y atic tel es maticf ge neth li atic 

is chi atic tri gram matic the o rem atic 

pan ere atic kin e matic or un sys tern atic 

e le atic? ki ne matic un dem o cratic 

prob lein atic math e matic id i o cratic 

en ne aticf path e matic ar is to cratic 

cu ne atic cin e matic ac ro a matic 

mu ri atic mer is matic par a dig matic 

ac ro atic tru is maticf mel o dra matic 

Han se atic di chro matic mon o dra matic 

A si atic? dip lo matic leu co phleg matic 

sys tern atic nu mis matic ap o phleg matic 



272 



DOUBLE RHYMES, i!t 



di a phrag matic matic 
an a gram matic ap o tel es matic 
ep i gram matic hi er o gram matic 
chron o gram mat- un id i o matic 
ic te tar to pris mat- 

lip o gram matic ic 
mon o gram matic an ti per i static 
pol y chro matic syn cat e gor e- 
nion o chro matic matic 
pie o chro matic par al lei o gram- 
i so chro matic matic 
syn al lag matic hy per ox y mu- 
em bo lis matic ri atic 
un dip lo matic pitok, below] 
proc e leus matic 
en thy me matic 
hy dro pneu matic 
ax i o matic? 
id i o matic 
pol y prag matic 
hem i pris matic 



statics 

hy dro statics 
[atlk, above] 
hy gro staticst 
a er o statics 
e lee tro statics 
pol y pris matic phys i co-math e- 
aph o ris matic matics 
ern py reu matic 
an ti stru matic 
ex an the matic 
er y the matic 
ap o theg matic 
a er o static 
ox y mu ri atic 
ni tro-nm ri atic 
i so di a batic 
id i o syn cratic 
cat e gor e matic 
phil o math e- 



battisht 
flattish 

[jit, p. 2C>] 

catlics 
[att, above] 

attle or 
Jattal 

battle 

battel 

battil 

chattel? 

liattle* 

cattle 

Jpatile 

prattle 

rattle 

spattle 

tattle 

em battle 

be rattle 

re em battle 



Latin 


atlas 


[a"tn, below] 


thatless 




pit, p. 26] 


batting 




matting 


em battled" 


[at, P . 26] 


pitl, above] 


tatting 






battiest 


brattice 


[atl, above] 


lattice 





battleth 



DOUBLE KHYMES, Jit 



273 



[Stl, above] 


tplaten 


matrass 




tplatin 


|matrice? 


flatly 


Jsatin 


mattress or 


[at, p. 26] 


Jhar mattanJI 


matress 






mu lattress 


battling 


fatness 




[atl, above] 


flatness 


i atric 


fatling 


patness 


the atric 


flatlingt 




am phi the atric 


catling 


fatner or 






fattener? 


matron? 


fatlings 


flattener? 


patron? 


[atlmg, above] 








fatners 


matrons? 


battler 


[&tntir, above] 


[atrun, above] 


[atl, above] 








fattens 


tazza?|| 


battlers 


[atn, above] 


pi azza?|| 


[Stlur, above] 








mu latto 


tattarll 


rattles 


ar natto 


batter 


[atl, above] 




blatter 




hattoc.kf 


chatter 


batten 


mattock 


fatter 


fatten 


snattock* 


flatter 


flatten 


[atik, above] 


hatter 


flatten 




clatter 


JLatin 


mattocks 


latter 


tmatin 


[atok, above] 


matter 


Jpaten or 




patter 


tpatin or 


rat-trap 


platter 


tpatine 


satrap?|| 


satire?|| 


Jpatten 




shatter 


tplatan 


rat-traps 


scatter 


Jplatane 


[Strap, above] 


slatter 



274 



DOUBLE RHYMES, at 



smatter 


staturedf 


avid 


spatter 


[achurd, p. 225] 


gravid 


splatter 






tatter 


statute 


gravict 


out batter 


coun ter statute? 


Jhavoc or 


be flatter 




Jhavock 


out flatter 


av 


Slavic or 


be spatter 


ravage 


Sclavic 


chattered 


savage 
scavage 


bavin 


[at fir, above] 


sem i-savage? 


cavin 


un battered 




Ipavan or 


un flattered 


ravaged 


Jpaven or 


un shattered 


savagedf 


pavin 


un scattered 


un ravaged 


Jravin 






graven? 


pattern 


gavel 


savin 


Saturn? 


gravel 


spavin 


slattern 


javel 






Jcavil 


spavined 


patterned 


travel 


[Svnd, below] 


slatterned 


travel 




un patterned 


Jtravail 


Javens 




dis gavel 


savins 


patterns 


tun ravel 


[avln, above] 


'[at lira, above] 


out travel 








lavish 


matters 


graveled or 


ravish 


[atur, above] 


gravelled 


un lavish 




[avel, above] 


en ravish 


statue 


un traveled! 


o ver lavish 


[at & you?] 








gavels 


lavished 


stature 


[a>el, above] [avlsh, above] 


[achur, p. 225] 




un ravished 



DOUBLE EHYMES, 



&P 



275 



davit? 


un traversed 


me lasmajl 


$gavot?t 




phan tasma) |f 




slavers? 




javelin 


[avur, above] 


A 

ar 


ravelin? 




[a-, p. vi] 




az 


air-built 


javelins 


hazard 


spare-built 


[a vim, above] 


rnazard or 






mazzard 


heirdom 


ravin 


hap hazard 


[ar & dumb?] 


[avm, above] 








hazards 


|for bearance 


ravened 


[aza'rd, above] 


ap parencef 


tspavined 




trans parence? 




tbasil 


[arens, p. 263] 


glaverf 


dazzle 




haverf or* 


drazelf 


parent? 


claver?* or* 


be dazzle 


tfor bearant?f 


slaver? 


out dazzle 


Jde clarant?t 


pa laver? 




ap parent? 


be slaver 


dazzled 


trans parent? 




[azl, above] 


un ap parent? 


glaveredf 


un dazzled sub trans parent? 


[avur, above] 




un trans parent? 




^basils 


sem i trans par- 


cavern 


dazzles 


ent? 


tavern 


[&zl, above] 








heiress 


caverned 


mi asmal 


co-heiress 


in caverned 


phan tasmal 


[aras, p. 263] 


taverns 


asthma?) 


fairest 


[Svurn, above] 


phasmallt 


[fir, p. 27] 




plasmall 




traversed 


mi asma|| 


spareth 



276 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



[fir, P- 27] 


airing 


barely 




bearing 


fairly 


barefaced 


daring 


rarely 


fairfaced 


[ar, p. 27] 


squarely 


[ar, p. 27] 


fairing 


sparely 




un bearing 


un fairly 


wherefore? 


un sparing 


deb o nairly 


therefore? 


un for bearing 






un de spairing 


chairman 


darefult 




Jchairmen 


careful 


bearings 


fairman? 


prayerful 


[armg, above] 


[ar & man or 


un careful 




men?] 


o ver careful 


bearish 


tpearmain? 




gairish or 




barefoot 


garish 


de clarementf 


harefoot 


harisht 


im pairmentf 




marish? 


re pairment 


airy 


squarish 




chary? 


[arish, p. 264] 


re pairments 


fairy 




[Srme'nt, above] 


glaryt 


fairies 




glairy 


[arT, above] 


bareness 


hairy 




[Srll, above] 


[fir, p. 37] 


airless 




clary ?t 


heirless 


air-pipe 


nary? 


hairless 


hare-pipe 


snary 


careless 




wary? 


prayerless 


air-pipes 


un chary? 




[arplp, above] 




air-line 




glairine 


hair-line 


heirship 


Jhairent 


con nois seurship? 


[Srcm, p. 264] 


air-lines 


[fir & ship?] 




[arlln, above] 





BOTTBLE RHYMES, ar Hg 1 277 

e claircise gal lop aded [a, p. 29] 
[to & siz?] [ad, p. 29] 

af 

Jharem?!! prom e nadest? graffest?t 

larum? [ad, p. 29] [at, p. 29] 
har um-scarum? 

prom e nadeth? quaffeth? 

flare-up [ad, p. 29] [af , p. 29] 
Jlarrup* 

[sir & up?] radix? 1 1 laughing 

[adiks, p. 173] [af, p. 29] 
bearer 

fairer en fi lading? laughings 

[a>, p. 27] [ad, p. 29] [afmg, above] 
un der bearer 

en fi ladings? laughsome 

bearers [admg, above] [af & sum?] 
[&rilr, above] 

dado|| after? 

air-way ex al tado|| laughter 

fair-way ad e Ian tado?|| rafter? 

stair-way [ado, p. 174] [aftur, p. 295] 

air-ways gadus?|| afer?|| 

[Srwa, above] [adus, p. 174] [af ur, p. 175] 

halfer 
ab nadir?|| laugher 

ca aba? 1 1 prom e nader? [af, p. 29] 
[aba, p. 171] [adur, p. 174] 



ad a^ 

hag gada|| hoi laest? [aga, p. 175] 

me ladail [a, p. 29] 

ar mada?|| fragor?|| 

p. 172] huz zaeth [agur, p. 176] 



278 



DOUBLE RHYMES, fig' 



i mago?|| aj sacrum?|| 

[ago, p. 175] am bages?|| [akrum, p. 179] 

[ajez, p. 177] 

sagra?|| ma cacus?|| 

[agra, p. 175] rajah?|| [akus, p. 179] 

[fvja, p. 177] 

sagum?|| al 

[agum, p. 175] magi?|| fi nale?H 

[ajl, p. 177] pas to rale] 

magus?|| ra tio nale?|| or 

[agus, p. 176] iik ra ti o nale?|| 

. paca?|| [all, p. 180] 
pi ragua?|| [aka, p. 178] 

Nic a ragua?|| pa taca|| gala?|| 

per i agua?|| [ala, p. 179] 

maki?|| ko alall 
a* [akl, p. 178] 

. ai|| calyx?| 

aye? paco?|| [alTks, p. 180] 
tspahill or [ako, p. 179] 

Ispahee gua naco|| or dahline 

liua nacoll Jfalun|| 



serairll 

assai|| 

aye-aye?i| 



hur raing?! 

[a, p. 29] [ako, above] 



cracowes di gi tails?] 

pacos? or [ale's, p. 179] 
pacoes? 

halo?!) 

[alo, p. 181] 
hur raings?! nacre?|| 

[aing, above] [akur, p. 179] schaalstein|| 

fi acrelj strahlstein|| 

ais po lacrell 

[al, above] Jsqualor?|] 

sacra?ii thaler?|| 

[akra, p. 179] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, al till 



279 



faklerzll 


[am, p. 30] 


canes? || 


thalers 


tpsalmist 


nianes?|| 


Stalilian? 


em balmcth 


a nanas?|| 


Thes salian? 


[am, p. 30] 


[anus, p. 186] 


[alyan, p. 181] 








balmy 


do ganaj 


dahlia?|| 


calmy 


i guana? II 


[alya, p. 181] 


palmy 


pe cana? 






ba nana?|| 


cas calho?H 


Brahmin 


ze nana|| 


in taglio?|| 


[aman & amSn, 


ke rana|| 




above] 


pu ranall 


am 




sul tana?|| 


Brahman or 


be calming 


[ana, p. 183] 


JBrahmin or 


[am, p. 30] 


poz zo lana or 


JBramin? 




puz zo lana or 


Shaman? 


calmish 


poz zu o lana|| 


[amSn, below] 


qualmish? 


a qua To fana|| 






fa ta mor gana|| 


drama? 


tvamos|| 




[ffma, p. 182] 


ig no ramus?|| 


ba nanas? 


lu camall 


[&mus, p. 183] 


[ana, above] 


mar in o rama?|| 








calmer 


launchest 


amen?|| 


[am, p. 30] 


staunchest 


stamen? || 


palmer 


[anch, p. 30] 


[amSn, p. 182 ; 


tes tamur?|| 




aman, above] 




launcheth 




calmers 


[anch, p. 30] 


stamens? 


[amur, above] 




[amgn, above] 




haunches 




an 


[anch, p. 30] 


calmest 


ranae?|| 




palmest 


pne, p. 183] 


craunching 



280 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



[a nek, p. 30] laundries guanos 

[andrt, above] [a'no, above] 
craunchings 

[a'ncMng, above] launder jauncestt 

maunder? launcestt 

stancher? or tea landre|| trauncestt 

stauncher tdoub le en ten- vauncestt 

pinch, p. 30] dre?|| [ansest, p. 295] 

tjaundiced launders jauncetht 

maundest?t [andur, above] [ansest, above] 



[ande'st, p. 295] 
tun jaundiced 

maundeth?t 
[andeth, p. 295 ; 
andeth, p. 803] 

jaundice 
be jaundice 



saunders 



launces 
, p. 31] 



pi anists 



for zando?|| 
[ando, p. 249] 

scher zando?|| [anTst, above] 
smor zando?| 

ri tar dando?|| fon tanges?| 
ral len tando?|| [anj, p. 31] 



Gahnite 
[a & nit?] 

jauncingf 

maneli?|| [ansSst, above] 
ka hani|| 

vo lante?|| 

pi anist [&ntS, p. 256] 
so pranist 

haunted? 
[ant, p. 31] 
un daunted 
un haunted 



laundress 
tcom mandress? 

laundry? 
[andrl, p. 295 ; 



guano|| 

pi ano|| 

so lano|| 

so prano|| 

Si cil i ano| 



gauntest? 
hauntest? 
[ant, p. 31] 

taunteth? 
[ant, p. 31] 



Sndrt, p. 509] mez zo-so pra- vauntful?f 

no?|| [ant & full?] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, an ar 281 

aunty saunters? [are, p. 188] 

jaunty or [antur, above] sol feg giare?|| 

janty con so la to 

[antT, p. 257] ar canum?jj del mare!) 

[animi, p. 186] [art, below] 
jaunting? 



[ant, p. 81] 


va ranus?|| 


ti ara?!| 




[anus, p. 186] 


*[ara, p. 187] 


jauntings? 




Fer rara'l 


[anting, above] 


me langes?|| 


sol fa tarajj 




[anzh, p. 31] 




dauntless? 




barbed? 


[ant & less?] 


ao 


garbed? t 




ma cao?|| 


de barbed? t 


gauntlet? 


u rao?|| 


un barbed? 


dem i-gauntlet? 






|Sntlfct, p. 258] 


ap 


bar best 




cape? || 


[arbe'd, above] 


gauntly 


se rape|| 




[anttt, p. 258 ; 




barbeth 


antir, p. 296] 


gapest? 


[arbSd, above] 




[a & pest?] 




tauntressf 




barbing 


[acre's, p. 296] 


lapis?|| 


[arbe'd, above] 




[apis, p. 187] 




gantry? 




barbel?]] 


kantry 


chapeau?|| 


barbie 


[antrf, p. 259 ; 


da capo] 


tgarbel 


antrl, p. 296] 




garble 




aper?|| 


jarble* 


daunter? 


[apiir, p. 187] 


marble 


[ant, p. 31] 


gaper? 




saunter? 




garbled 


traunter 


ar 


marbled 


[ontur, p. 514] 


ti arae?|| 


un garbled 



16* 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



Jarblast 
garblest 
marblest 

garbleth 
marbleth 

garbling 



arbour 

barber 

harbor or 

harbour 

en harbor! 

un harbor! 

arbored! 



marbling [arbur, above] 

larboard? 

garbler starboard? 

marbler 

harbors! 

garblers [arbur, above] 
marblers 

archest 

garbles marchest 

[arbl, above] [arch, p. 32] 

garboard parcheth 

larboard? [arch, p. 32] 
starboard? 

[arbflrd, below] arches 

marches 

carbon|| [arch, p. 32] 
charbon|| 

hy dro carbon archy 

starchy 
garboilf 
parboil starching 

[arch, p. 32] 
garboilst 

parboils starchings 

[arching, above] 
arborj] or 



archly 
starchly 

archness 
starchness 

archer 
lurcher 
marcher 
tparturet 
starcher 
Jde part ure 

marchers 
[arch fir, above] 

Jardent 
gardant|| or 
guardantll 
re gardant]] or 
re guardantll 

guarded 
[ard, p. 32] 
un guarded 
un carded 
un larded 
un re garded 
un re tarded 

fardel 
tpardalet 
sardel 

fardels 



DOUBLE RHYMES, &1 


f 288 


rdel, above] 


bardish 


bo cardo|| 




hardish 




hardest 




guardship 


re tardest 


guardless 


hardship 


[ard, p. 32] 


re gardless 






[ard & less?] 


guardships 


cardeth 




hardships 


[ard, p. 32] 


bom bardment 






re tardment 


ardor|| or 


guard fult 




ardour 


yardful 


bom bardments 


guarder 


re gardf ul 


re tardment s 


harder 


dis re gardf ul 




[ard, p. 32] 


un re gardf ul 


garden? 


larder 




Jgardon 




lardite 


harden 


larders 


le on hardite 


Jlardon [ardftr, above] 




Jnardine 




hardy 


pardon 


vari?]| 


shardy 


Jsardine? 


[an, p. 188] 


tardy 


Jbom bardon 




un hardy 


o ver harden 


carex?|| 


o ver hardy 


win ter-garden? [Sreks, p. 188] 


bardic 


hardened 


barrest 


Jhardock 


[ardn, above] 


[to, p. 31] 


Lorn bardic 


un hardened 




bez o ardic 


un pardoned 


starreth 


an a cardie 




[to, p. 31] 


per i cardie 


gardens 






[ardn, above] 


scarfest 


yarding 




swarf est* 


[ard, p. 32] 


pardo|| 




un re garding 


tardo|| 


scarfeth 




bom bardo|| 


swarf eth* 



84 DOUBLE RHYMES, ar 


scarfing 


gargled 


un argued 


swarfing* 


jargledt 








argus|| 


gar-fish 


garglest 


py gargusll 


star-fish 


jarglestf 








spar-hawk 


barf ul or 


gargleth 


star-hawk 


barrfulf 


jargletht 




[ar & full?] 




spar-hawks 




gargling 


star-hawks 


margay 


jarglingt 




[ar & gay?] 




barrel! 




cargo 


barry 


margays 


largo|| 


charry 


[ar & gaze?] 


em bargo 


knarry 




bo targo 


sari || or 


garget 


po targo 


saree|| or 


Jmargot 


su per cargo 


sary]| 


target 




scarry 




cargoes 


sparry 


gargets 


[argo, above] 


starry 


[argSt, above] 




tarry? 




margrave 


van? I 


Jargal or 


[ar & grave?] 


[ari, p. 188] 


Jargol 




coch le are?|| 


gargil 


margraves 


car bo naril) 


Igargol 


[ar & graves?] 


[arS, above] 


Jgargle 






tjarglef 


argue 


varix 


nargilj 


out argue 


[Srlks, p. 188] 


nargilelj 


re-argue 






re darguet 


jarring 


bargain 




[ar, p. 31] 


tjargon 


argued 


un jarring 




[argu, above] 





DOUBLE RHYMES, a 


,r 285 


jarrings 


chargeless 


Jdarkies 


faring, above] 


[arj & less?] 


haarkies|| 






markees? 


larynx?|| 


largeness 




[ilrmks, p. 188] 


o ver largeness 


darkest 






markest 


po laris?|| 


bargerf 


[ark, p. 33] 


[Srls, p. 188] 


charger 


^ol i garchist? 




larger 




yarrish* 


sparger 


em barketh 


czarish 


[arj, p. 33] 


[ark, p. 33] 


argent 


* chargers 


arkite 


margent 


[arjuT, above] 


Arkite 


sergeant? or 




[ar & kite?] 


Serjeant? 


Jmarket 






ex archate? 


barky 


largest 


de marcatef 


JcharquiH 


dis chargest 


te trarchate? 


darky 


[arj, p. 33] 


pa tri archate 


Jmarkee? 






ol i garchy? 


parget 


tarchil? 




[tarj & it?] 


Jsparkle 


the archicf 




a narchalf 


a narchic 


chargeth 


mo narchal 


mo narchic 


[arj, p. 33] 


pa tri archal 


hep tarchic 




hi er archal? 


pa tri archie 


charges 


ol i garchal? 


ol i garchic 


[arj, p. 33] 




cli ma tarchic 




carcass 




margin 


Jan a sarcous 


barking 


[arj & in?] 




[ark, p. 33] 




ca sarca|| 


sarking 


en larging 


an a sarca|| 


o ver carking 


[arj, p. 33] 







286 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



barkings 


darksome 


scarlet 


[arkftig, above] 


[ark & sum?] 


varlet 


darkish 


farctatef 


harleth 


sparkish 


co arctate 


[arl, p. 34] 


sparkle 


barker 


marlite 


[ark&l, above] 


darker 


starlight 




marker 




barkless 


marcor(t 


barley 


[ark, p. 33] 


sparker 


marly 




[ark, p. 33] 


gnarly 


darkly 




parley 


starkly* 


markers 


win ter-barley? 




[arkftr, above] 




darkling 




tcharlock 


sparkling 


garland 


garlic or 


un sparkling 


tmarlined 


garlick 




dis garland 


tharlock 


Jarchon|| 


en garland 


carlic 


Jbarcon 


sea-garland? 


Jcarlock 


darken 




Jsarlac or 


hearken 


parlance 


sarlykJI 




em parlance or 


pil garlic! 


darkened 


im parlance 




hearkened 




sarlyks! 


un darkened 


scarless 


[arlTk, above] 




starless 




darkness 




carlin* 


starknessf 


JCarlist 


carlinc? 




snarlest 


marline 


tbarcons 


[arl, p. 34] 




darkens 




darling 


hearkens 


tharlot 


carling 




Jcarlotf 


gnarling 



DOUBLE RHYMES, JiF 



287 



[flrl, p. 34] 


charmeth 


charuiings 


sparling 


[arm, p. 34] 


[arming, above] 


starling 








armful 


armless 


darlings 


charmful 


charmless 


[Srlmg, above] 


harmful 


harmless 


marlings 


un harmful 




[arl, p. 34] 




JarmetU 




army 


carmot 


harlot 


barmy 


marmot 


[arlSt, above] 


ad arme|| 








|armets|| 


parlor or 


ptarmic 


marmots 


parlourll 


a lex i pharmic 




snarler 




armor or 




ptarmics 


armour 


parlors 


[armTk, above] 


charmer 


[arlfir, above] 




farmer 




armil 


[arm, p. 34] 


harmel 


Jharmel 


un der farmer 


[arnul, below] 








armils 


farmers 


garment 


[armfl, above] 


[armftr, above] 


sarment 






de barment 


arminf 


in carnate 


un garmentf 


harmine 


[amSt, below] 




tcarman 




garments 


Jcarmen 


charnel 


[armSnt, above] 




darnel 




arming 


Jcarnal 


armest 


charming 


carnelf 


[arm, p. 34] 


un charming 


parnelt 


Jharmost 


a larming 


un charnel 


$a larmist 


[arm, p. 34] 





un a larming 



darnels 



288 DOUBLE KHYMES, 111* 


[arnel, above] 


garnish 


carpeth 




tarnish 


[arp, p. 35] 


farnesst 


varnish 




harness 


de garnisht 


harpy 


Jcarnous 


dis garnish 


charpiejl 


un harness 




sharpie* 




garnished 




darnest 


[arntsh, above] 


am phi carpic 


[iirn, p. 34] 


un garnished 


per i carpic 


harnessed 


un tarnished 


[iir & pick?] 


un harnessed 


un varnished 








scarping 


Jarnot or 


arnut 


[arp, p. 35] 


tarnut 


[arngt, above] 




garnet 




harpings 


Jjarnut 


darner 


[a'rpmg, above] 


tyarnut 


garner 




Jin carnate 




harpies 


Jun in carnate 


darners 


[arpi, above] 




garners 




in carneth 




tarpen or 


[arn, p. 34] 


maro|| 


tarpine 




taro?| 


sharpen 


garnets 


pro, p. 188] 


re- sharpen 


[arnt, above] 


can taroll 


tpol y carpon 






tmon o carpon 


blarney 


carpal 




carney 


^carpel 


sharpens 


carny* 


met a carpal 


[arpn, above] 


darning 


harpest 


harpress 


[ftrn, p. 34] 


Jharpist 


[ar & press?] 



sharpest 

darnings [arp, p. 35] carpus|| 

[arnmg, above] a carpous 



DOUBLE KHYMES, ar 



289 



en carpus]) 

syn carpous 

met a carpus] | 

pol y carpous 

cau lo carpous 

gym no carpous 

sych no carpous 

ap o carpous 

mon o carpous 

an tho carpous 

ar to carpous 

ar to carpus]] 

au to carpous 

an gi o carpous 

e lae o carpus || 

het er o carpous 



Jtib i o tarsal 



marshalled 
dis marshaled! 
court-martialed 
un marshaled! 



parcels 
tarsels 



parceled or 
parcelled 
sarceled! 

tarshine]] or 
tarschm 
Marsian? 
Tarsian? 
farce st 

parsest bi partient 

sarsestf tri partient 

sparsest su per partientt 
su per bi partient 
es parcetl] 
[ar & set?] tarsi?|| 

[arsiis, below] 
farceth 

carper [arse'st, above] marcite 

sharper sparsethf [ar & sit?] 



harper 



harpers 
[arptir, above] 

Parsee? 
[ar & se?] 

Parsees? 
[arse, above] 

parcel 

sarcel 

Jtarsal 

tarsel 

|met a tarsal 



farces 
[are, p. 35] 

marshal 

mareschal||f 

martial 

partial 

arch marshal 



farcy 
a darce]) 

marcid 
{parsed? 
[are, p. 35] 



Tarsic 

dis marshal [ar & sick?] 
sub marshal 



im partial 



farcing 



un partial! [Srsest, above] 

marshaled or farcings 

17 



290 DOUBLE RHYMES, &F 

[arslng, above] tartar partite 

[a'rtftr, below] bi partite? 

arsis|| tri partite? 

darsisll dartars quad ri partite? 

Jtarsusll Tartars 

ca tharsisjl [artftr, below] hearty 

Jmet a tarsus|| clarty* 

darted party 

parsley [art, p. 35] ex-parte|| 

sparsely un charted pour party 

un parted 

arson un im parted ca thartic 

Jfarcin an a ca thartic 

parson cartel? cat o ca thartic 

martelf 

parsons ^startle bi partile 

[arsn, above] Jbi partile [artel, above] 

tarsus|| carteledt martin 

met a tarsus|| [artel, above] [artn, below] 
[arsis, above] 

martels parting 

carcer|| [artel, above] [art, p. 35] 

parser self-im parting 
sparser dartest 

[artist, below] partings 
parsers [artlng, above] 
[arsftr, above] starteth 

[art, p. 35] smartish 

cartage startish 

partagef artful tartish 

cartful 

Spartan startfulf artist 

[ftrtn, below] un artful chartist 

Jdartest 



DOUBLE RHYMES, IIF 


291 


[art, p. 35] 


com partment 


dis heartens 


heart 1st t 




[artn, above] 




tbarton 




artists 


hearten or 


es partoil 


[artist, above] 


hartenf 


[ar & to?] 




Jcartonil 




hearties 


Jmarten 


barton 


parties 


Jmartin 


[artn, above] 




smartenf 




startle 


JSpartan 


tartrate 


[artel, above] . 


ttartan 


py ro tartrate or 




dis hearten 


pyr o tartrate 


artless 


en hearten 


[art & rate?] 


cliartless 


tea thartine 




heartless 




cart wright 




dis heartened 


Mont martrite 


Bartlett 


[artn, above] 


[art & nt?j 


heartlet 


un dis heartened 




martlet 




cartridge 


partlet 


smartness 


partridge 


tartlet 


tartness 








barter 


Bartletts 


martnet 


charter 


[artist, above] 


[art & net?] 


darter 






Idartrell 


artlyt 


Jheartener 


garter 


martlyf 


partner 


carter 


partly 


co partner 


[art, p. 35] 


smartly 




martyr 


tartly 


partnered! 


Jtartar 




un partnered! 


{Tartar 


a partment 




tarter 


de partment 


partners 


re charter 


im partment 


[artnftr, above] 


pro to inartyr?]| 


co partmentf 




hi er o martyr? 



292 DOUBLE RHYMKS, UP US 

bartered marvels Jnarwhale 

chartered [ilrvfil, above] [ilr & whale?] 
gartered varvels 

martyred as 

un chartered harvest placet? || 

un gartered car vest f tacet?|| 

[arv, p. 35] 

charters Jcarvist Cau casian? 

[artur, above] [Sshtin, p. 190] 

Jdartars harvests 

[arvSst, above] pasha?|| or 

de parture pacha?|| 

[archur, p. 282] starveth ma asha?|| 

[arv, p. 35] tes tacea?|| 

arum?|| [asha, p. 189] 

[arum, p. 188] carving 

[arv, p. 35] ratio?|| 

carus?|| [asho, p. 190] 

[arfis, p. 188] carvings mus tachio|| 

ca tarrhous [arvmg, above] 
[ftr & us?] mus tachioed 

marv'ling [a & showed?] 
Jarval or starveling 

arvel or ratios? 

Jarvil carver [asho, above] 

jarvel* [arv, p. 35] 
carvel marver pan cratium?|| 

Jlarval [ashum, p. 190] 

marvel carvers 

[arvur, above] crasis?|| 

jarveledl* [asts, p. 212] 

marveled: farewell?t 

varvelcd! [fir & well?] tasto?|| 

Inarwal or [&stO, p. ! 
carvels Jnarwhal or 



DOUBLE KHYMES, at 



293 



at 


[ath & full?] ob bli gato|| 


nates? || 


mod i- ratojl 


[atez, p. 214] 


lathy? mis u ralo|| 




wrathy? ag i tato| 


du rate || 


sti ac ci ato|| 


pe tate|| 


lathing? con tor ni atol- 


ju bi late?|| 


pathing? in am o rain 


[ate, below] 


[ato, p. 216] 




pathless 


toe cata|| 


wrathless? to matoes? 


so nata?|| 


cas tratos 


[ata, p. 214] 


bathos?|| [atO, above] 


can tata?|| 


pathos?|| 


in am o rata?|| 


matrix?]] 




(th) [atrfks, p. 217] 


11 lu mi nati?|| 


father 


[ati, p. 215 ; ata, 


rather? natrum?|| 


above] 


[atrum, p. 217] 




fathered 


spatka?|| 


un fathered tazza?| 


[atha, p. 215] 


[tsa, p. 273] 




ver batim?|| 


Bath-brick 


[attm, p. 216] datum?!! 


lath-brick 


[Stum, p. 217] 




m bato| 


Bath-bricks 


fu gato|| flatus?!! 


lath-bricks 


le gato|| [atus, p. 217] 




spic cato||t 


lathest? 


stac cato|! mater? || 


pathest? 


sfu mato|| stater?! 




to mato?|| pi a mater?|| 


latheth? 


cas trato|| du ra mater?|| 


patheth? 


sfor zato|| im pe rator?|| 



smor zato|| [Stur, p. 217] 
wrathful? ob li gato|| or 



294 



DOUBLE RHYMES, av af 



av 


bravoes? 


chaffy 


ave?|| 


oc tavos? 


draffy 


so a ve|| 


[av5, above] 


ftaffy 


a gave?|| 








ca daver?|| 


graffing?f 


guava? 


[ilvur, p. 220] 


[af, p. 37] 


lava? 


pa laver? 






[avftr, p. 275] 


drafflsh 


favi?j| 




raffish 


pec cavi?|| 


Uy 


staffisht 




ayah?|| 




halvest 


ray ah? || 


chaffless 


pv, p. 30] 


[aya, p. 221] 


staffless 


calveth 


ayahs? 


drafted 


[av, p. 36] 


[aya, above] 


[aft, p. 37] 






un grafted 


salving? 


az 


un wafted 


[av, p. 36] 


xe rasia?|| 






[azha, p. 221] 


graftest 


clavis?|| 




[aft, p. 37] 


[avis, p. 219] 


mi rages?|| 






[azh, p. 36] 


rafteth 


af fi davit?|| 




[aft, p. 37] 


[avlt, p. 219] 


prason?|| 






pten, p. 222] 


draughty 


Slavism? 


di a pason?|| 


crafty 


pan-Sclavism? or 




rafty* 


pan-Slavism 


af 


un crafty 




quaff est? 




bravo?H 


[af , p. 37] 


shafting 


pavo?|| 




[aft, p. 37] 


oc tavo?|| 


raffeth?t 




al to-ot tavo|| 


[af, p. 37] 


shaftings 






[aftmg, above] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, af an 



95 



draughtsman or 

draftsman 

{draughtsmen! 

craftsman [anchmg, above] 
{craftsmen 



un branching de mandest 

[and, p. 37] 
blanchings 

de mandeth 
[and, p. 37] 



raftsman 
{raftsmen 



branchless 
stanchless? 



de manding 
[and, p. 37] 
after? blancher 

grafter brancher mandmentf 

[aft, p. 37] stancher {dis bandment 

hat' terf ptnchur, p. 248 ; com mandment 
rafter anchur, p. 280] re mandment 
here after 

there after blanchers com mandments 

branchers [andme'nt, above] 



rafters 
[aft fir, above] 



quaffer 
[af ur, p. 277 ; 
af ur, p. 228] 



branch- way 
panchway 



de mandress 
com mandress 



branch-ways chandryf 

panchways com mandry 

[andrf, p. 280] 
an de mandant 

stanchest?! re mandant slander? 

[anch, p. 37] [andent, p. 248] [andur, p. 250] 

de mander 

brancheth de mandants com mander 
[anch, p. 37] [anda'nt, above] 

com manders 

branches de manded [andftr, above] 

[anch, p. 37] [and, p. 37] 

un de manded chancest 

blanching un com manded [ans, p. 37] 
[anch, p. 37] 



296 



DOCBl.K K1IYMES, ail A 



danceth 

[ans, p. 37] 



glances 

[ans, p. 37] un en chanted or 
un in chanted 
prancing 

[ans, p. 37] pantess? 

[antts, p. 258] 



en chanted [flntrt, p. 259 ; 
[ant, p. 38] sintrT, p. 281] 

un chanted 
un granted 



prancmgs 
[anstng, above] 

lancelet 
[ans & let?] 

en hancement 
en tranoement 
ad vancement 



grantest 
[ant, p. 38] 

panteth 
[ant, p. 38] 

slanting 
[ant, p. 38] 



ad vancements pantings 

[ansment, above] [anting, above] 

answer? slantly 

dancer [ant It, p. 281 ; 

lancer antli,,p. 258] 

prancer gal lantly? 
[ans, p, 37 ; 

anser, p. 256] en chantment 
dis en chantment 
dancers 

[ansiir, above] chantress 
Jtauntresst 

vantage? en chantress 
ad vantage? 

dis ad vantage? chantry 



chanter or 
Jchantor 
grant rr <>r 
tgrantor 
panter? 
[ant, p. 38] 
sub chanter 

chanters 
[ant fir, above] 

as 

classest 
[as, p. 38] 

masseth 

[as, p. 38] 

masses 
[as, p. 38] 
mo lasses? 

brassy 



grassy 
massy 
[ast, p. 266] 

passing 

[as, p. 38] 

massive? 



DOUBLE RHYMES, I 

[itslv, p. 267] Jpassmeu 



askest 
[ask, p. 38] 

basket 
flasketf 
casket 
[askSt, p. 267] 



a massment 
en tassment?f 

fasten 
re fasten 
un fasten 
[asm, p. 266] 



s 297 

un con trasted 

castest 
vastest 
[ast, p. 39] 

lasteth 
[ast, p. 39] 



inastful 

basketh claspest [ast & full?] 

[ask, p. 38] [asp, p. 38 ; 

Sspfet, p. 267] blastyf 



caskets 




nasty? 


[askgt, above] 


gaspeth 


vasty 




[asp, p. 38] 


[astf, p. 267] 


masking 






[ask, p. 38] 


rasping 


mastiff 




[asp, p. 38] 


[ast & if?] 


maskings 






[asking, above] 


raspings 


casting 




[aspmg, above] 


[ast, p. 39] 


asker 




un fasting 


[ask, p. 38] 


grasper 


ev er lasting 


un masker 


clasper 





rasper castings 

askers [Sspur, p. 267] [astmg, above] 
[askur, above] 

claspers mastless 

grassless [aspur, above] [ast & less?] 
passless 

blasted fastly 

classman [ast, p. 39] ghastly or 

tclassmen un blasted gastlyt 

passman un der masted lastly 

17* 



298 DOUBLE RHYMES, aS fttl 


vastly 


masser 


[adtt, below] 




[as, p. 38] 




fastness 




lauded 


ghastnessf or 


massers 


[ad, p. 40] 


gastnesst 


[as fir, above] 


un de frauded 


vastness 




un ap plauded 




H b 




caster or 


drawback 


broadest 


castor]] 


clawback 


de fraudest 


faster 




[ad, p. 40] 


fast, p. 39] 


drawbacks 




master 


clawbacks 


ap plaudeth 


pastor]] 




[ad, p. 40] 


plaster 


daubest 




plaister* 


be daubest 


fraudful 


un pastorf 


[a & best?] 


gaud ful 


be plaster 






em plastert 


dauby 


bawdy 


un der master 


gawby* 


gaudy 


o ver master 






[astilr, p. 269] 


jaw-bone 


ma rauding 




rawbone 


[ad, p. 40] 


mastered 




un ap plauding 


[astftr, above] 


dauber 




un mastered 


un der dauber* 


ma raudings 


un plastered 




[adtng, above] 


[flstftrd, p. 267] 


ftch 






de bauchest 


broad ish 


masters 


[a & chest?] 


gaudish 


[astur, above] 








nautches 


audit 


pasture 


de bauches 


Jcaudate 


de pasture* 




plaudit 


re pasture 


ad 


ie caudate 




caudate 


Jcur vi caudate 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



299 

Jofflsl^ 1 



plaudits [ad, p. 40] 
[adit, above] sawder 

ma rauder? chauffer 

dawdle gauffer 

Jcaudal ma rauders? cougher? 
caudle [adfir, above] [5fu*r, p. 499] 
maudlef 

tsub caudal $& chauffeurs 

knawel [afftr, above] 
caudled twith drawal 

[adl, above] awful 

knawels tfaufel|| 

maudlestf [al, above] t caufle 

[adl, above] lawful 

drawest un lawful 



dawdleth 
[adl, above] 

fraudless 
gaudlessf 



rawest [6fl, p. 499] 
[a, p. 39] o ver awful 



paweth 
[a, p. 39] 



auger 
augur 

,ftf mauger or 

offest? 1 maugre 

Jofflcedf yager or 

coughest? jagerf 

[5gilr, p. 500] 
Joften? 1 per i auger|] 

dauphin || 

|dauphine|| augured 

coffin? 1 maugredf 

$un often?! 1 
tawdry [5fln, p. 499] augers 

[agur, above] 
broader craw-fish 

lauder [a & fish?] 



maudlin 
[ad & Itn?] 

dawdling 
[adl, above] 

caudles ' 
[adl, above] 

bawdry 



800 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ftll ftl 



fth 


pawky* 


daucus|| 


tquahaug or 


stalky 


glaucous 


quahog 




glaucus|| 


[a & hog?] 


{falcon 


caucus 




calkin? 


raucous 


ft* 


malkin or 




flawy 


maukin 


balker 


jawy 


tgyr falcon? or 


hawker 


strawy 


Jger falcon? or 


calker or 


thawy 


Jjer falcon? 


caulker or 






caukerf or 


drawing 


talking 


cawkert 


thawing 


[ak, p. 41] 


mocker? 1 


[a, p. 39] 




stalker 


un with drawing 


talkings 


talker 




[aklng, above] 


walker 


thawings 






[alng, above] 


calkins? 


talkers 




[akin, above] 


[aku~r, above] 


dawish 






rawish 


balkish 


fti 




mawkish? 


hallage 


ft k 




haulage 


walkest 


gawkies 


naulagef 


[ak, p. 41] 


hawkeys 


smallage 






stallage 


talketh 


stalkless 




[ak, p. 41] 


[ak & less?] 


gall ate? 






[al & at?] 


balky* 


falcon 




chalky 


[akin, above] 


halberd? 


gawky 




[al & bird?] 


hawkey 


auction 




cawky 


[ak & shun?] 


scalded 


mawky* 




[al & dead?] 



JLKM'ULK KHYMES, 



801 



baldest 


haulest 


Jbe fallen? 


ecaldest 


tallest 


tun fallen? 




[ni, P> 41] 


a cauline 


scaldeth 




tar paulin 


tal & death?] 


calleth 






fol, p. 41] 


brawling 


faldingf 




[al, p. 41] 


scalding 


law-like 






[alllk, below] 


brawlings 


chaldron? 




[allng, above] 


caldron 


draw-line? 






Pauline 


Gaulishf 


chaldrons? 




smallish 


caldrons 


gaily? 


tallish 




whally 




alder 


rawly 


hall-key 


balder 


saulie* 


palkee|| 


scalder? 


squally 




stalder* 


smallyf 


awl-like 




tally?f 


tlaw-like 


alders 




thrall-like 


[aldftr, above] 


aulic 


|un law-like 




gallic? 




awless 


tWallach 


e paulement?|| 


flawless 


hy draulic 


in stallment or 


tcaulisll 


pa shalic or 


instalment 


clawless 


pa chalic 


in thrallment! or 


lawless 


in ter aulicf 


en thrallment! 


Jshawlless 




re in stallment! 


Jthrall-less 


aulics dis in thrallment! 


Ja caulose 


hy draulics 




Ja caulous 


pa shalics! 


fallen 


| mo rus mul ti- 




[aim, above] 


caulisll 


fallen? 






cauhne 


sinallness 



302 



DOI'HI.K HHY.MKS, 



tallness 


vaulted 


[altmg, above] 




ex alted 




gall-nut 


[alt, p. 42] 


faultless 


walnut? 


un salted 


saltless 




bi vaulted? 




gall-nuts 


un vaulted 


paltry 


walnuts? 


un ex alted 


[al & tree?] 




un as saulted 




balsam 




waltzer 


Jgalsomet 


saltest 


[alt & sir?] 


o po balsam or 


[alt, p. 42] 




op o balsam 




waltzers 




halteth 


[alt & sirs?] 


falsest 


[alt, p. 42] 




halsestf or 




Jaltar 


haulsestf 


faultful 


alter 




[alt & full?] 


balterf 


falsesf 




falter 


halsesf 


faulty 


faulterf 


salses 


salty 


halter 




vaultyf 


palter 


also 


walty?f 


psalter? 


[al & so?] 


un faulty 


salter 






waiter?* 


falchion? 


Baltic 


de faulter 


JSi gaultian 


co baltic? 


[alt, p. 42] 




ba saltic 




falsism 




altered 


[al & schism?] 


smaltine 


[altftr, above] 




ba saltine 


un altered 


palster 






[al & stir?] 


salting 


saltern 




[alt, p. 42] 


sub altern? 


falser 






[al & sir?] 


saltings 


salterns 



DOUBLE KHYMES, {jl- 

sub alterns? ftii 

khanate? 

halters [Jan & it?] 
[alt fir, above] 

maunchestf 

bawler paunchest? 

smaller raunchestf 

[al, p. 41] [an & chest?] 

bawlers paunchetli? 

[alfir, above] [anchest, above] 

alway maundies? 

hall-way fench, p. 43] 

always paunching? 

[alwS, above] [anchest, above] 



awlwort 
Jstalwart? 
wall-wort 

awlworts 
[alwfirt, above] 



laundestt 
maundest? 

laundethf 
maundeth? 

laundingf 
maunding? 



stal worth? f 
[al & worth?] 

maunder? 
am [andfir, p. 280] 

cauma| 

en caumalj Jfaunist 

pawnest 

qualmish? [an, p. 43] 
mawmisht 

yawneth 



-||il 303 

[an, p. 43] 

awny 

brawny 

lawny 

sawny 

scrawny 

tawny 

awning 
yawning 
[an, p. 43] 

awnings 
[antng, above] 

awnless 
dawnless 

daunted? 
[ant, p. 44] 
un wanted 

wantest? 

[ant, p. 44] 

vaunteth? 
[ant, p. 44] 

vauntful?f 
[ant & full?] 

flaunting? 
[ant, p. 44] 
a wanting 



1: DOUBLE 


RHYMES, ftl!- 


dauntless? 


nr 


wantless 


aurate 




de auratef 


gauntree or 


in aurate 


gauntry or 


in stauratef 


gawntree 




[an & tree?] 


aura|| 




laurall 


saunter? 




vaunter? 


orbate 


[ant, p. 44] 


Jorbit 




sorbatef 


saunters? 


tsorbet 



304 

ab sorbeth 
[arb, p. 44] 

orbyf 
corby* 

orbic 
sorbic 

Jcorbel or 
corbil or 
corbeil 
twarble 
[antur, above] [ar & bflt or bit? 

arb & at or it?] corbils 

faunus|] [arbfl, above] 

[an & us?] * orbed? 

% morbid re sorbing 

brawner ab sorbed? [arb, p. 44] 

fawner 

[an, p. 43] corbel orbis|| 

[arbfl, below] Jsorbus]| 

fawners pla norbis|| 

[anur, above] corbeled or Jchol e ra mor- 

corbelled bus|| 
ftp Jwarbled 

pauper warble 

scauper sorbentt [arbfl, above] 

yauper ab sorbent 

dis pauper re sorbent warbled 

[arbSld, above] 
paupers orbest 

[apur, above] [arb, p. 44] the orbo 

Jthe orbist [ar & bO?] 



DOtJBLE KHYMKS, 



305 



sorbusll 


un dis cordant 


lordly 


[arbls, above] 




un lordly 




chorded 




orchard 


[ard, p. 45] 


jorden 


[artyilrd, p. 313] 


^sordid 


tcordon? 




un lorded 


t sordine 


scorchest 


un ac corded 


warden 


[ar & chest?] 


un re corded 


Inian i chordon 




uri a warded 




scorches 


un re warded 


wardens 


torches 




[ardn, above] 




bordelf 




scorcher 


cordelle 


lordship 


torcherf 




wardship 


Jtorture 


bordelsf 




[artyur, p. 313] 


Jcordals 


lordships 




cordelles 


wardships 


scorchers 






[arch fir, above] 


lordest 


ac ro chordusll 




[ard, p. 45] 


[ard & us?] 


cordate 


Icon cordist 




Jsordet 




order 


ob cordate 


chordeth 


border 


sub cordate 


[ard, p. 45] 


warder 






[ard, p. 45] 


ac cordance 


dis cordf ulf 


em border or 


dis cordance 


re wardf ul 


im border 


con cordance 




re corder 




ac cording 


dis order 


mordant 


[ard, p. 45] 


re-order 


con cordant 


un ac cording 


sub order 


[ardttns, above] 


un re warding 




dis ac cordant 




bordered 


in ac cordant 


re wardless 


[ard fir, above] 


un ac cordant 


[ard, p. 45] 


un ordered 



806 DOUBLE RHYMES, ftl* 

un dis ordered Jaurist morphine 

warrest [arf&n, above] 
orders ab horrest 

[ardftr, above] [Sre'st, p. 517] dwarfing 

tun morrised wkarfing 



cordial? 


tpe taurist? 




ordeal? 




forfeit 


pre cordial? 


warretli 


[ar & fit?] 


un cordial? 


ab horretb. 




pri mordial? 




a morphism 




orphan 


di morphism 


ordure 


^morphine 


tri morphism 


bordure 




met a morphism 


Jforger? 


dwarf est 


pseu do-nior- 


[arj, p. 45] 


wharf est 


phism 




Jmet a morphist 


pol y morphism 


warred? 


Jan thro po mor- 


pie o morphism 


ab horred? 


phist 


zo o morphismf 


[SrTd, p. 517] 




i so morphism 




dwarfeth 


ho nice o mor- 


aura3?|| 


wharfeth 


phism 


[art, below] 




pie si o mor- 




py ro morphite or 


phism 


taural 


pyr o morphite 


an thro po mor 


bawrel 


an thro po mor- 


phism 


laurel? 


phite 


i so tri morphism 


[ore 1 !, p. 517] 




i so mer o mor- 




Orphic 


phism 


laureled or 


met a morphia 




laurelled 


hem i morphic 


met a morphosed 


[Orftld, p. 517] 


pol y morphic 


un met a mor- 


un laureled! 


pan ta morphic 


phosed 



het er o morphic 

laurels? an thro po mor- a morphous 
[arel, above] phic [arfizm, above] 



1)01 HI. K UHY.MKrt, 



307 



tmet a morphose Jgor-hen 

hom o morphous laurine 

mon o morphous taurine 

py ro mor- warine 

plious or [orln, p. 518] 
pyr o morphous 

o phi o mor- warring 

phous ab horring 

mortgaged cordial? 

.un mortgaged [ardyttl, above] 

organ aurist 

JGorgon [ar&st, above] 
Jde mo gorgon 



kal lif thorgan 

porgee|| or 

porgy|| 

storge?|| 

kraurite 
[a & rlt?] 



gorgest 
[arj, p. 45] 

gorgeth 

[arj, p. 45] 



Jorgies 
gorges 
[arj, p. 45] 



[ara, above] orgy 

saury tstorge?|| 

warryt phil o storgyf 
[ort, p. 517] 

gorging 

auric [arj, p. 45] 
JDoric 1 

[ortk, p. 517] dis gorgement 

Tauric en gorgement 



porcate 
[ark & at?] 

orchal or 

orchel or 

orchil 

Jcorcle or 

Jcorcule 

Ma jorcan 
Mi norcan 



Ma jorcans 
Mi norcans 

Jorchid 
forked? 
torqued? 
[ark, p. 45] 

forkest 
[ark, p. 45] 

un corketh 

[ark, p. 45] 

forky 
corky 

corking 
[ark, p. 45] 

orchis 
[ar & kiss?] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



f orkless con f ormance [armYng, above] 
corkless per formance 

non-per formance formless 



warlike 




stormless 


un warlike 


dormant 




schorly 
warlyf 


Jtorment? 
in formant 
mis in formant 


warmly 
u ni formly? 






warmness 


wharlingt 


in f ormants 


u ni f ormness? 



whorling? [armant, above] 
morling mormon]] 

shorling warmest Mormon 

[arm, p. 46] JNorman 

wborlings? con formest JAn glo-Norman 
[arltng, above] icon formist 

Jre formist Mormons 

formate tnon con formist [arm5n, above] 
con formate Jnon u ni formist 

cormus|] 

formeth in formous* 
[arm, p. 46] e normous 

mul ti formous 
formful 
stormful 
warmfulf 



formal 

Jformyle 

tformill* 

mormalf 

normal 

wormal 

Jwormul 

in formal 

un formal 

a normal 



storming 
[arm, p. 46] 

un in forming 
ab normal non con forming 
sub normal un per forming 
o ver swarming 
Norman 



dormer or 
tdormar 
former 
warmer 
in former 
per former 
re former 
[arm, p. 46] 

re formers 



[armo'n, below] 



stormings [armflr, above] 



DOTTBLE RHYMES, ftl 


309 


ta dornall [arn, p. 46] 


cornus|| 


cro morna|| 


[amis, above] 


warnings 




nornas [arning, above] 


horner 


cro mornas 


corner 


[arna, above] |cornus|| 


sorner* 


cornice 


scorner 


cornel Jbi cornous 


[arn, p. 46] 


Jwornil* or di nornis|| 


warner 


wornel* or no tornis|| 


sub orner 


Jwornal* tu ni cornous 


a dorner 


tquad ri cornous 




cornest Jtau ri cornousf 


corners 


[arn, p. 46] meg a lornis|| 


[arnur, above] 


Jcornist tre cip ro cornous 






torpid 


hornet hornish 


Jwarped? 


cornet Cornish 




Jornate for lornish 


orpin 




orpine 


scorneth hornless 




[arn, p. 46] cornless 


warping 


thornless 


un warping 


hornets 




[arne't, above] hornpipe 


ab sorption 


corn-pipe 


re sorption 


horny 


re ab sorption 


corny hornpipes 




scorny [arnplp, above] 


corpus] | 


thorny 


porpoise or 


un thorny horn- wrack 


porpusf or 


corn-rack 


Jporpessf or 


horning 


tporpessef 


morning hornstone ha be as corpus?|| 


warning corn-stone* 





310 DOUBLE KIIYMKS, {\Y 


torpor|| 


torsion ^horsemen 


warper 


tortiont Norseman 




ab ortion i Norsemen 


corsair 


de tortion or 


[arsur, below] 


de torsion morceau?) 




dis tortion torsojl 


dorsal 


ex tortion 


[arsel, below] 


in torsion or morceaux?|| 




in tortion torsos|| 


in dorsor? 


con tortion or 


[ftrsur, below] 


con torsion dorsum|| 




re tortion or [ar & sum?] 


I dorsal 


re torsion 


Jdorsalet 


dorsert 


dorsel 


con tortions Jhorse-hair 


morsel 


[arshun, above] Jcorsair 


torsel 


in dorser or 


tpre dorsal 


orcine en dorser 


tdex trorsal 


porcine Jin dorsor? or 


|ex trorsal 


[ar & sin?] ten dorsor? 




tdeforsor?!t 


morsels 


horsy 


[arsel, above] 


|torsi|| en dorsers 




[arsur, above] 


in dorsest 


un horsing 


[ars, p. 47] 


[ars, p. 47] mortal 




[artn, below] 


corset 


horseless 


[tars & it?] 


re morseless sortancet 




un re morseless im portance 


horseth 


self-im portance 


[ars, p. 47] 


horsely un im portance 




re trorsely 


morses 


im portant 


[rs, p. 47] 


horseman [art&ns, above] 




mortar 
[art fir, below] 

cortes?|| 
sortes?|| 
[artls, below] 

sorted 
waited 
fert, p. 47] 

un sorted 
un as sorted 
un dis torted 
un ex torted 

Jortyxjl 
cortex I 
vortex|| 

Jmortised 
shortest 
thwartest 
[art, p. 47] 

as sorteth 
[art, p. 47] 

orthite 

a northite 

py rorthite 

Northman 
^Northmen 
[arth & man or 
men?] 



311 

northness swartish 

swarthnessf 

mortised 

forty [artest, above] 
sortle?!| 

warty ortive 

tortive 

cortile ex ortive 

quartile a bortive 

Jmortal [arslmn, above] 
Jsortalf 

tortile forties 

Jim mortal sorties 

Ja ortal tortoise? 

sem i quartile [artez, above] 
Jun im mortal 

wartless 
[art & less?] 



cortiles 
[artfl, above] 

snorting 
storthing|| 
[art, p. 47] 

snortings 
[artlng, above] 

Jcortes?|| 

cortis 

mortise 



shortly 
thwartly 

mortmain 
[art & man?] 

sortmentt 
a bortmentt 
as sortment 



as sortments 
tortoise? [artme'nt, above] 
sea-tortoise? 

a qua-fortis?|| Jquartan 

Jquartine 

shortish shorten 



312 



DOFBLE KHYMES, ill' i.lS 



fore shorten un quartered 



shortened 

fore shortened 

un shortened 

un fore shortened 

shortness 

swart ness 

thwart ness 

o ver thwartnesst 

shortens 
[artn, above] 

quarto|| 

torteau|| 

vi ges i mo-quar- 

toll 



quarters 
[art fir, above] 
win ter-quarters? 

^orchard 
hortyardf 
Jtortured 
[artyur, below] 

fortune 
be fortune 
mis fortune 

dorturet 
torture 
pre torture 
self-torture 



plei o saurusl! 
meg a lo saurus|| 
pa le o saurusll or 
pa lae o saunis 
te le o saurusll 
pie si o saurusll 
ich thy o saurus|| 

ab horrer 
[orur, p. 518] 

corvus|| 
torvoust 

forward 
hence forward 
thence forward 
o ver forward 



quartos tortured 

torteaus [artyard, above] 



fortress tortures fauces?)] 

mortresst [artyur, above] [asez, below] 



quarter aurous saucest 

mortar laurus|| [ose"st, p. 518] 

shorter taurus|| 

ex liorter the saurusll faucet 

ex torter mo sa saurusll or [Jos & it? or as &. 

[art, p. 47] mos a saurusll or it?] 

mo so saurusll or 

quartered mos o saurusll sauceth 

mortared pli o saurusl) or [oseth, p. 518] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ftS 



313 



Jfauces?|| plausive [ostlv, p. 521] 

hawses? ap plausive in ex haustive 

[as, p. 48] un ap plausive 

ex haustless 

caution fausen [SstlSs, p. 521] 

in cautiont [asm, above] 
pre caution austral 

causson claustral 

[asm, above] 

auster|| 

auspice [ostftr, p. 521] 
tcross-piece 1 



cautious 

nauseous 

in cautious 

pre cautious 

un cautious [ospls, p. 520] 

o ver cautious 

ex hausted 
saucy [ostgd, p. 520] 
[6sl, p. 519] in ex hausted 

un ex hausted 
glaucic 
[a & sick?] ex haustest 



awesome 
[a & sum?] 

halser or 
hawser? 
saucer 
[osfir, p. 522] 



[ostgst, p. 520] 


saucers 


bawsin?t or 


[astir, above] 


|bawson?t ex hausteth 




Jfausen [6st6th, p. 520] 


at 


glaucine 


broughtest 


Jcausson caustic 


Jflautist 


en caustic 


tautest 


bawsins?t di a caustic 


taughtest 


[asm, above] cat a caustic 


[at, p. 48] 


gal va no-caustic? 




saucing 


thoughtful 


[6smg, p. 519] ex hausting 


[at & full?] 


[ostmg, p. 521] 


un thoughtful 


saucisse?|| 




er e ma causis|| ex haustive 


author 


18 





314 DOUBLE RHYMES, ftt CU 

[othtir, p. 522] & 

drawer 

haughty sawer 

naughty tawer 

vauty [a, p. 39] 

nautic drawers 

Ar go nautic [aur, above] 
a er o nautic 



thoughtless 
[at & less?] 

oughtnessf 
tautness 

autumn 
[Jat & >em] 

daughter 
Jfautorlit 

cauter 

slaughter 

taughter or 

tauter 



pauseth 

hawses? 
causes 
[az, p. 49] 

causeful 
[az, p. 49] 

causey 

mawworm gauzy 

straw-worm 

causeyed 

mawworms [azd, above] 
straw-worms 

causing 

ay pausing 

lawyer 

sawyer bawsin?t or 

bawson?t 

lawyers [az & in or on?] 
sawyers 

causeless 
[az, p. 49] 



causal 



water [ozl, p. 525] 



slaughtered 

watered 

un slaughtered 

un watered 

daughters 
[atur, above] 



caused? 

Jcauseyed 

paused? 

causest 
pausest 

causeth 



hawser? 
causer 
pauser 

causers 
[azur, above] 

ea 

keyage 
quayage 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ea ea 



315 






peagell 


paean 


pyg mean or 




tpaeon?|| 


pig mean 


i deatet 


Jpeon 


Tho mean? or 


[eft, p. 323] 


Jrheine 


Tho maean? 




[Gin, p. 322] 


Et nean or 


a 


Phre bean 


Mi nean 


fealt 


tple beian 


Lin nean or 


leal? 


[eyan, p. 344] 


Lin naean 


real 


Sa bean or 


Ler nean 


tSheol?|| 


Sa baean 


Rhi pean or 


i deal 


Eu bean or 


Ri pean 


pi neal? 


Eu boean 


Tern pean 


un real 


An dean 


Be rean 


beau-i deal 


Ju dean or 


Pe rean or 


un i dealt 


Ju daean 


Pe raean 


ep i geal 


Chal dean or 


lyn cean? 


phar yn geal? 


Chal daean 


Cir cean 


lar yn geal? 


to deon|| 


Pro tean? 


per i neal 


Pan dean 


Cu thean 


hy me neal? 


Ven dean 


Le thean 


per o neal 


Or phean? 


Ipan theon? 


em py real 


nym phean 


pe trean 


per i to neal 


Ri phean or 


am e bean or 




Hi phaean 


am e baean 


i deals 


Ar gean 


am oe baean 


[eal, above] 


Au gean 


Car ib bean 




JE gean or 


Mac ca bean or 


Jbehen 


M gaean or 


Mac ca baean 


[eheX p. 322] 


E gean 


As si dean 


Jbrehon* 


A chean or 


Sis y phean 


Jaeon?|| or 


A chaean 


pan om phean 


Jeon 


Hyb lean or 


per i gean 


tpheon 


Hyb laean 


lar yn gean? 


tlien? 


Cad mean 


ap o gean 


pean07 


Cri mean 


hyp o gean 



316 



DOUBLE RHYMES, Gil eb 



Man i chean or 


seance?!] 


gon or rhea or 


Man i chsean 




gon or rhoea?|| 


Gal i lean 


peans! 


leu cor rho3a?|] 


Her cu lean? 


feSn, above] 


blen nor rhea or 


mau so lean 




blen nor rhoea?|| 


Ar a mean or 


creatl! 


xan tho rhoea?|| 


Ar a maean 


[eft, p. 323] 


pan a cea?|| 


An o moean 




er y thraea?!! 


Pyr e nean 


ea 


di om e dea?|| 


hy me nean 


rhea?|| 


[eya, p. 344] 


As mo nean or 


shiah?|| 




As mo naean 


thea?|| 


eb 


Ad o nean 


zea?|| 


peba?|| 


pri a pean 


i deal) 


a moeba?|| 


pol y pean 


nym phgea?|| 


mus ta iba|| or 


cy clo pean? 


pe kea?|| 


mos ta hibal! 


Eu ro pean? 


tra chea?|| 




Naz a rean 


scyl lsea?|| 


rebec or 


Cab i rean 


dysp noea?|| 


rebeck 


Cyth e rean 


Ler naea?|| 


treebok|| 


em py rean? 


cyp rsea?!! 


xebec? 


Sad du cean 


spi ra3a?|| 




Phar i seanf 


al thea or 


rebecs! 


Med i cean 


al th8ea?|| 


[e'be'k, above] 


col os sean 


rat a fia?|| or 




cad u cean? 


rat i fia 


freebench 


gi gan tean 


ep i gaea?|| 


[e & bench?] 


At Ian tean 


hyp o gea?|| 




Ar chi me dean 


prop y lflea?|| 


phoebe?|| or 


Ep i cu rean? 


ath e naeall 


phaBbe 


Py thag o rean? 


[eum, below] 


gleby 


La od i cean 


or thop noea?|! 


a mo3bae?|| 


ad a man tean 


di ar rhea or 






di ar rhoea?H 


feeble 


creance 


ap or rhoea?|| 


Jnebelll 



DOUBLE RHYMES, eb ed 317 

en feeble or breaches im peachments 

infeeblef [ech, p. 51] [echment, above]- 



en f eebled or 


breachful 


ca priccio?i| 


in f eebledf 


speechfulf 


[fchyO, p. 420] 


un en feebled 








beachy 


bleacher 


feeblest 


breachy 


[ech, p. 51] 


en feeblest 


queachy 


^feature 




leachy 


^creature 


feebler 


peachy 


preacher 


en feebler 


reechy 


teacher 




screechy 


[etyur, p. 342] 


Jnebels 


lean ta trice|| 




en feebles 


Jim prov i sa- 


teachers 




trice|| or 


[echur, above] 


pla cebo?|| 


Jim prov vi sa- 




ga zeebo 


trice|| 


ed 


mo a chibo|| 




pedal? 




teaching 


[edl, below] 


febrile? 


[ech, p. 51] 




an ti febrile? 


un bleaching 


seda?Ji 




un preaching 


veda?|| 


Phcebus?|| 




po drida|| 


glebous 


teachings 


ol la po drida|| 


rebus?|| 


[echTng, above] 




a mcebous 




beaded 




reachless 


[ed, p. 52] 


Sell 


speechless 


un deeded 


preachest 


teachlessf 


un heeded 


|ech, p. 51J 




un kneaded 




preachment 


un needed 


be seecheth 


im peachment 


un pleaded 


[ech, p. 51] 


[ech, p. 51] 


un ceded 






un seeded 



18* 



318 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



un weeded 


predy 


Jbedelt 


un im peded 


preedy* 


tdsedal 


un pre ceded 


reedy 


wheedle 


un sue ceeded 


seedy 


needle 




speedy 


Jpedal? 


credence 


weedy 


tpredal 


pre cedence 


o ver greedy 


tweedle 


an te cedence 


mar a vedi?)| 


sub beadle 






sea-needle? 


credent 


beading 


Jbi pedal? 


[Sde'ns, above] 


[ed, p. 52] 


Jtri pedal? 


sedentf 


bleeding 


Ad am's-needle? 


de cedent 


breeding 


tsem i pedal? 


pre cedent? 


cleading 


Ises qui pedal? 


Jsuc ceedant 


pleading 


tquad ru pedal? 


ret ro cedent or 


reading 




re tro cedent 


reeding 




in ter cedent 


sheading 


needled 




un bleeding 


[edl, above] 


feedest 


un heeding 




[ed, p. 52] 


ex ceeding 


heedless 


ten cy clo pedist 


pro ceeding 


needless 




non-ac ceding 


reedless 


needeth 


mis pro ceeding 


seedless 


[ed, p. 52] 




steedless 




readings 


weedless 


heedful 


[edmg, above] 




needful 




wheedlest 


speedfulf 


eadish 


[edl, above] 


un heedful 


Swedish 




un needf ulf 




tweedleth 


un speedful 


in va lidism? 


[edl, above] 




en cy clo pedism 




greedy 




wheedling 


needy 


beadle or 


[edl, above] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



319 



seedling 


mon o cot y le- 


hep ta hex. a he- 




don?!! 


dral 


seedlings 




pen ta hex a he- 


[edllng, above] 


di hedral or 


dral 




di edral 


tri a con ta he- 


wheedler 


tri hedral or 


dral 


needier 


tri edral 


cu bo oc ta he- 




ca thedral 


dral 


wheedlers 


dec a hedral 


cu bo do dec a 


needlers 


hex a hedral 


hedral 




rhom bo hedral 


an ti-en ne a he- 


beadles 


hem i hedral 


dral 


[edl, above] 


pol y hedral 


en ne a con ta- 




pla gi hedral 


hedral 


credo?!! 


hoi o hedral 




To ledo?[ 


tet ra hedral 


cedrat 


tor pedo?|| 


oc ta hedral 


[ed & rat?] 


te redo?|| 


pen ta hedral 




u redo?|| 


sub tri hedral 


eph edra?U 


al cedo?|| 


do dec a hedral 


ex edra?il or 




di hex a hedral 


ex hedra? 


tor pedoes 


en ne a hedral 


ca thedra?!! 


[edo, above] 


di tet ra hedral 


dec a hedra! 




i co sa hedral 


[edron, below] 


JEdenll 


tri oc ta hedral 




tmedin|! 


pyr i to hedral 


Jcedry 


Jredan?!! 


te tar to hedral 


aph edrae?|| 


Jreeden 


trap e zo hedral 


ex edrai?|| 


bou stro phedon?|| 


di do dec a he- 


ca thedrae?|| 


cot y ledon?!| 


dral 




a cot y ledon?|| 


tri do dec a he- 


oc ta hedrite 


di cot y ledon?! 


dral 


[ed & rlt] 


pol y cot y le- 


tet ra hex a he- 




don?H 


dral 


tcedrine 






tri hedron 



320 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



dec a hedron or 


breeder 


pro cedure? 


dec a edron 


leader 


[ejfir, below] 


hex a hedron! 


reader 




rhom bo hedron 


Jcedar 


beads-man 


hem i hedron 


fore leader 


Jbeads-men 


pol y hedron! 


mis leader 


seedsman 


tet ra hedron! 


re pleader 


Jseedsmen 


hep ta hedron! 


sub reader 




oc ta hedron! or 


se ceder 


lien? 


oc to hedron 


[ed, p. 52] 


[eSn, above] 


pen ta hedron! 






do dec a hedron! 


leaders 


deessf 


chil i a hedron 


[edur, above] 


[eus, below] 


en ne a hedron! 






sea le no hedron 


mediate? 


seest? 


i co sa hedron 


im mediate? 


[e, p. 49] 


hex oc ta hedron 


[edffit, p. 646] 


de creest? 


tris oc ta hedron 




dis a greest? 


pyr i to hedron 


in ter medial? 


[cist, p. 323] 


trap e zo hedron 


[edlal, p. 046] 




tet ra hex a he- 




freeth? 


dron 


o bedience? 


[e, p. 49] 


hem i oc ta he- 


ex pedience? 




dron 


[ejans, below ; 


ef 


en ne a con ta- 


edrens, p. 646] 


chief age t 


hedron 




leafage 




o bedient? 




cedrus?|| 


[edie'nt, p. 646] 


epha|| or 


hex a hedrous 




ephahll 


pol y hedrous or 


medium? || 


ac a lepha?|| 


pol y edrous 


tedium? or 


syn a lo?pha?|| or 


pen ta hedrous! 


taedium?) 


syn a le pha 


freedom 


tedious? 


briefest 


sedumyjl 


[ejus, below! 


^eefest 



DOUBLE RHYMES, el eg- 321 

[ef , p. 53] [ef & man?] [egl, below] 



reefeth 


deafen? 


Mo hegan 


[ef, p. 53] 


tac a lephan 


Gal legan 


leafy 


briefness 


bega|| 


reefy 


[efll, above] 


Vegall 


sheafy 




ziega|| 




ephod? 


o mega?|| 


beefing* 


Jfeoffed? 




briefing 


[ef, p. 53] 


leaguest 


feoffing? 




[eg, p. 53] 


leafing 


trefoil 




reefing 


marsh-trefoil? 


fa tigueth 


[ef, p. 53] 


[e & foil? or ef 


[eg, p. 53] 


un reefing 


& oil?] 








in triguing 


reefings 


nephrite? 


[eg, p. 53] 


[efing, above] 


[e & fright? or 






ef & rlt?] 


in triguings 


briefless 




[eging, above] 


chiefless 


briefer 




griefless 


feoffer? 


beagle 


leafless 


reefer 


eagle 


re liefless 


[ef , p. 53] 


tgregalt 






tlegal 


briefly 


reefers 


reigle 


chiefly 


[efur, above] 


Jregal 


deafly? 




sea-eagle? 


thieflyf 


gleeful 


til legal 




Jgriefful 


Jun regal 


deflux?t 


treeful 


. tvice-regal 


reflux 




in veigle or 




eg 


en veigle 


briefman 


legal 


tpre ter legalf 



322 



DOUBLE KHYMES, g" 



Jsu per regal 


ul ti mus re- 


61 


tmed i co-legal 


gum?|| 


Jleod 




ul ti ma ra tio 


JPleiad 


eagless 


regum?|| 


J& ne id? or 


leaguelessf 




E neid? 




negus 




beagles 


era tsegus?|| 


am breic 


[egl, above] 


stra tegus?j| 


cat' feic 






cho leic 


ego?|| 


cheger? or 


ma leic 


chigoe or 


chegre? 


met o leic 


chegoe? 


eager 


myth o poaic 


gregoll or 


eger 


e ryth ro leic 


griegoll 


leaguer 




Gal lego?|| 


meager or 


geine or 


ser pigo?t|l 


meagre 


gein 


as i nego|| or 


be leaguer 


rheine! 


as si nego 


in triguer 


theine! 




o ver eager 


zeine! 


chigoes?! 




co deine 


[egf>, above] 


be leaguers 


cat' feinel 




[egfir, above] 


co neine 


teagrass 




lu te o leine 


egress? 


eh 


e ryth ro leine 


negress 


behen 


[ean, above] 


* regress? 


peahen 




Jsea-grass 


sea-hen 


being 




[ean, above] 


fleeing 


megrim 




seeing 


[e & grim?] 


key-hole 


[e, p. 49] 




tSheol?|| 


in being 


negro 




well-being 


al legro? 


brehon* 


all-seeing 




[eSn, above] 


un seeing 


begum?|| 




un fore seeing 



IKH'ULK K1IYME9, el k 8&3 


beings 


legend? 


region 


[emg, above] 


[ej & end?] 


under region 


deist 


regent 


legions 


theist 


tsejant or 


[ejun, above] 


an ti theist 


sejeant? 




[eest, p. 320] 


Jal legiant?f 


taegis?|| or 




co-regent 


tegisf 


deists 


non-regent 


tedious? 


[elst, above] 


vice-regent 


e gregious? 






sac ri legious 


tcreat|| 


liegest 


sor ti legious 


JSciot 


Jlegist 


o ver tedious? 


al beit 


siegestf 




how beit 


[ej, p. 53] 


liegerf 


Ji deatef 




o bliger? 


[e & it?] 


o bligeth? 


be sieger 




[ej, p. 53] 


Ipro cedure? 


deism 




dis o bliger? 


theism 


sieges 


Jsu per sedure?f 


weism 


[ej, P- 53] 




Par seeism? 




be siegers 


sut teeism 


be sieging 


[ejur, above] 


Sad du ceeism 


, [ej, p. 53] 




ab sen teeism 


un o bliging? 


ek 


hy lo theism? 




fecal or 


mis o theismf 


ligementt 


faecal 


an ti theism 


o bligement?f 


pecal? or 


au to theismf 


be siegement 


Jpecul? 




dis o bligement? 


caecal 


ej 




tseclef 


ligeance or 


ligementsf 


thecal 


liegance [ejme'nt, above] 


ttreacle 


al legiance? 




bib li o thecal? 


[edy&ns, above] 


legion 





DOUBLE KIIYME3, e 



piquant?!) 


leaky 


bleakly 


precant 


peeky* 


meekly 


secant 


reeky 


treacly , 


co-secant 


sleeky 


weakly 


in ter secant 


streaky 


weekly 






ob liquely? 


precants 


zechin?|l 


[ek, p. 54] 


[ekilnt, above] 


[ekn, below] 


bi-weekly 






tri-weekly 


bekah?|| 


fleaking 




chicall 


shrieking 


Greekling 


theca?H 


[ek, p. 54] 


weakling 


ca beca?l| 


un speaking 




a reca?|| 




Greeklings 


eu reka?H 


shriekings 


weaklings 


sper ma theca?|| 


[eking, above] 




hy po theca?|] 




beacon 


glyp to theca?|l 


bleakish 


deacon 


pan tech no the- 


freakish 


meeken 


ca?|| 


Greekish 


tsteekan|| 


bib li o theca?|| 


cliquish 


weaken 




peakish 


Jzechin?|| 


peaked? 


weakish 


arch deacon 


streaked? 




sub deacon 


[ek, p. 54] 


Greekism 


Jsal picon?|| 




cliquism 




meekest 




beaconed 


seekest 


Greekisms 


[ekn, above] 


[ek, p. 54] 


cliquisms 


Jfecund? 






Jsecund? 


speaketh 


treacle 


un weakened 


[ek, p. 54] 


[ekal, above] 








bleakness 


bleakyf 


wreakless 


[eklT, above] 


creeky 


[ek & less?] 





KHYMES, ek el 



338 



weakens 


equal 


[ekwtn, above] 


[ekn, above] 


^sequel 






in equal 


el 


fico?|| 


Co equal 


tHelot 


pekoell 


sub equal 


chelate 


pico'j 


un equal 


prelate? 


ma ticof 




velate 


bee a flco?|| 


equaled or 






equalled 


he-lamb? 


Jbechicf 


un equaled! 


[e & lam?] 


meacockf 




melam 


peacock 


equals 


Jcoelum?!! 


[ekw&l, above] 


J velum? lj 


peacocks 






[ekok, above] 


frequence! 


eland|| 




sequence 


[e & land?] 


C8ecum?|| 


in frequence 




tecum?|| 




melas?|| 


album Grae- 


tequant 


tfelis?! 


cum?|| 


frequent? 


Jtreeless 


va de mecum?|| 


sequent 


tzealless 


du ces tecum?|| 


in frequent 


Jver melus?|| 


[e & come?] 


un frequent? 


tdi ccalous 




o ver frequent 




|sekos?|| 




ela?i| 


pi thecus?!! 


tequants 


chela?i|f 


prop i thecus? I! 


sequents 


selah?|| 






stela?|| 


beaker 


equine? 


se quela?|| 


meeker 


requin|| 


phil o mela?|| 


speaker 


sequin|| or 


au di ta que re- 


[ek, p. 54] 


chequin or 


la?|| 




zequin 




speakers 




wieldancef 


ekur, above] 


sequins 


yieldancef 



326 DOUBLE RHYMES, M 


field-day 


fielder 


tgen teelly 


ttildell 


[eld, p. 55] 


team pa nile|| 






Jim gen teelly 


shielded 


fielders 




[eld, p. 55] 


[eldur, above] 


pan helic 


un shielded 




[e & lick?] 


un yielded 


healest 






[el, p. 54] 


felix?|| 


wield est 




helix? 1| 


[eld, p. 55] 


dealeth 


co no helix? || 




[el, p. 54] 


an ti helix?!! 


yieldeth 






[eld, p. 55] 


healful 


dealing 




[el & full?] 


feeling 


fieldfare 




healing 


[eld & f r?] 


keelhaul 


heling 




[el & hal?] 


keeling 


fieldyf 




ceiling 


wieldyf 


bee-line 


shealing or 


un wieldy 


feline? 


sheeling or 






shieling or 


. fielding 


Dreelite 


shielling 


[eld, p. 55] 


Leelite 


un feeling 


un yielding 


Scheelite 


self-healing 






un der dealing 


fieldings 


dele?|| 


un ap pealing 


[elding, above] 


freely 






wheelyf 


feelings 


shieldless 


chelyt 


keelings 


wieldlessf 


mealy 


[eling, above] 


yieldlessf 


seelyt 






stela?? || 


con gealment 


fieldenf 


steely 


con cealment 


wealden 


weely* 






se quelae?|| 


con cealments 



DOUBLE RHYMES, Ol Oil I 



[elment, above] 


Cor nelian? 


leman? 




au relian? 


seaman 


ineloe 


pro coelian? 


Jseamen 


pu pelo* 


Ar un delian? 


Jtemenll 


[el & o? or e & 


Jper i helion?|| 


tpa Ia3inon?|| 


16?] 


am phi coelian? 


tcac o demon 1 




Ar is to telian? 


tlii er om ne- 


elops?|| 


Mach i a velian? 


mon?|| 


[e & lops?] 








car nelians? 


freeman's 


Helot? 


[elyan, above] 


tfreemen's 


[elilt, above] 




tdemons 




lo belia?| 


[eman, above] 


keelson? 


aph elia?|| 




[el & sun?] 


ant helia?|| 


bema?|| 




par helia?|| 


schema?|| 


feeler 


au relia?|| 


03 dema?|| 


keeler 


tor tillall 


u lema?|| 


peeler 


per i helia?|| 


e nema?|| 


stealer 




ec zema?|| 


[el, p. 54] 


0111 


em py ema?|| 


steeler 


female 


ec pho nema?|| 


doub le-dealer? 


[e & mal?] 


ter za-rima?|| 






em phy sema?|| 


feelers 


tbeemol|| or 


ex an thema?|| 


[eliir, above] 


JbemolU 


er y thema?|| 




henial or 


ep i pho nema?li 


tapli elion?|| 


haemal 


ep i chi rema?|| 


He gelian? 


hy emal? 





tant helion? 

tpar helion? 

Jcha meleon? 

tpom melionf 

car nelian? or 

cor nelian? 



tdemon 

freeman 

Jfreemen 

gleemaht 

Jgleemenf 



demarch 
sea-mark 

demarchs 
sea-marks 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



seamen 


ra cemic 


su premely 


feman, above] 




be seemly 




no emics? 


un seemly 


cement? 


[e & mix*] 


ex tremely 


a greement 






dis a greement 


dreaming 


nemo?|| 




[em, p. 56] 


primo?|| 


a greements 


reeming 




[eme'nt, above] 


un seemingf 


demon 



un teeming [5man, above] 
dreamest un be seeming 
[em, p. 56] tremor?! || 

Jschemist dreamings [6mur, below] 

ex tremest [emmg, above] 
Jex tremist deemster* 

[emists, below] emys?|| seamsterf 

tra cemous? teamster 

deemeth 

[em, p. 56] Rhemish teamsters 

squeamish [emstur, above] 
dreamful 

schemef ul schemists emu or 

streamf ul ex tremists emeu or 

teemfulf [eme'st, above] emew 

[S & mew? 0r 5m' 

beamy beamless & you?] 

dreamy [em, p. 56] 
fleamyt emir?|| 

gleamy beamlet dreamer 

creamy streamlet femur?H 

seamy cremor?|| 

steamy beamlets lemur? || 

streamy [emlet, above] learner 

memoir? 
vehmic? seemly reamer 



Dorm.K iniYMEs, fm oi 



320 



screamer 


renal mo lyb clena or 


steamer 


thcnnl mo lyb dsena?|| 


streamer 


Jtreenail? ser a phina|| 


tremor?|| or 


venal mar i kinaj 


tremour 


Jweanelf phil o pena 


re deemer or 


sur renal sig no rina|| 


He deemer 


su pra renal cav a tirm|| 


[5m, p. 56] 


scar la tina?|| 




lena?|| con cer tinaJ| 


steamers 


ver bena?|| pseu do-ga lena?|| 


[5m fir, above] 


mo dena?|| gut ta-se rena?|| 




hy ena or 


memoir? 


hy aena?| hy enas! 


[5m & war?] 


sa phena?!| [emi, above] 




mos chinall 


memoirs 


ga lena?|| kleene-boc|| or 


[5m & wars?] 


al mena?|| kleene-bok|| 




sub pena|| or steenboc|| or 


on 


sub poena?|| steenbok|| 


teenage* 


a rena?|| 


ca reenage 


fa rina?|| kleene-boks! 




ma rena [enbo'k, above] 


phenate 


py rena?|| 


crenate 


cza rina|| or fiendisb 


ttenet? 


tsa rina| or [en & dish?] 


bi crenate 


tza rina|| 


ve nenate? 


dra csena?|| gleanest 


ex tra venate?t 


ca tena?|| greenest 




pa tina?|| [en, p. 56] 


phenates 


pla tina?|| tplenist 


Jtenets? 


o zaena?|| or Jma chinist 


[5na"t, above] 


o zena|| Jmag a zinist 




am phis l)8ena?|| [entsts, below] 


tphenol 


phag e clena or 


penal 


phag e dsena?|| tenet 



330 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



[ent, above] 

leaneth 
[en, p. 56] 
Jzenith?|| 

sceneful 

spleenful 

tu reenf ul 



scenic? 

zenik?|| 

Hel lenic? 

phenix or 
plicenix?|| 

Jsenex?H 
zeniks? 



meanly 

sheenlyt 

se reiH'ly 

ob sccnely 

[en, p. 56] 

(Milling 
weanling 
yeanling 





gleaning 




Kenite 


greening 


eanlings 


yenite? or 


meaning 


[enlTng, above] 


jenite? 


[en, p. 56] 






un meaning 


scene-man 


Kenites 




Jscene-men 


yenites? or 


greenings 


[en & man or 


jenites? 


meanings 


men?] 




[enTng, above] 




glene?|| 


screenings 


greenness 


genie?|| 




cleanness 


leanyt 


greenish 


[enlt, above] 


lene?| 


spleenish 


un cleanness 


sheeny 


[en, p. 56] 




spleeny 




keno 


teeny* 


Es senism? 


me dino| 


veney?f 


man da rinism 


ton dino|| 


visne?|| 




dol cinoll or 


hy aenae?! 


ma chinists 


dul cinol! 


si lene?|| 


[enest, above] 


me rinoJl 


a renae?H 




ca sino|| 


ca tense?!! 


greet? : ./ 


cas sinoll 


[ena, above] 


keenly 


mes tino| 


fan toe cini|| 


cleanly! 


^iar as chino|| 


par a se lene?H 


queenly 


gial lo lino? 


par a se lenae?l| 


leanly 


sem o 1ino| 



DOL'JiLE RHYMES, CU & 



331 



pep e rino|| 


cleaner 


lenient? 


por po rinoll 


}thenar|| 


[enygns, above] 


vet tu rino|| 


con gener?|| 


su per venient? 


an dan tino|| 


de meanor or 


in ter venient? 


al to-rip i cno?|| 


de meanour 


su per ad ve- 


al to-vi o linoJI 


mis de meanor! 


nient?! 




mag a zinert 




finosll 




genio?||t 


me rinos 


cleaners 


ma cigno|| 


[eno, above] 


[entir, above] 








genius?|| 


glenoid 


genial? 


in genious? 


sphenoid 


menial? 


un in genious? 


ctenoid 


venial? 




taenoid 


con genial? 


seignior or 




un genial? 


signor|| or 


deanship 


un venial? 


signior 


queenship 


in con genial? 


seniorf 




un con genial? 




deanships 


ho mo geneal? 


eo 


queenships 


pri mo genial? 


geode 




het e ro geneal? 


[e & od?] 


frsenum?|| 


[Mai, p. 649] 




plenum?) 




Creole 


mo lyb denum 


Fenian? 


Sheol?| 


du o denum? || 


Ar menian? 


triole 


sag a penum?|| 


[enlan, p. 649] 


[ehol, p. 322] 


Jfreeness 


Fenians? 


Creoles 


genus?|| [enyan, above] 


[eol, above] 


venous 






Venus?H 


lenience? 


C5 


sub genus?|| 


con venience? 


leod 


pliag e denous 


pre venience?! 


[eld, p. 322] 




in con venience? 





832 



DOUBLE RHYMES, e5 6J) 



peon 


sweeping 


steeply 


[ein, p. 315] 


un sleeping 






un weeping 


replum?|| 


Sciot 


[ep, p. 58] 


[e & plum?] 


[eft, p. 323] 








sweepings 


steeples 


ep 


[epftig, above] 


[epl, above] 


epact 






[e & packed? or 


lepis?|| 


cheapen 


ep & act?] 


[epus, below] 


deepen 






tcrepane 


epacts 


cheapish 


Jcrepon 


[ep & acts?] 


deepish 


steepen 




sheepish 




lepas?) 




cheapened 


[epus, below] 


creeplef 


[epn, above] 




people 




repent? 


Jsepal? 


cheapness 


[e & pent?] 


steeple 


[eplt, above] 




dis people 




cheapest 


re people 


deepens 


reapest 


un people 


[epn, above] 


[ep, p. 58] 


o ver people 








depot?|| 


leapeth 


tsepaled? or 


quipo[ 


[ep, p. 58] 


Jsepalled? 


pepo?|| 




steepled 




heapy 


[epl, above] 


depots? 


seepy* 


un der peopled 


quiposl] 


sheepy 






sleepy 


sleepless 


epoch? 


steepyf 


[ep & less?] 


[e & pock?] 


sweepy 






un sleepy 


cheaply 


sepoy or 




deeply 


seapoy 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ep CF 333 


tea-poy 


feral weirding* 




Iquerelet 


sepoys! 


spheral series?|| 


[epoi, above] 


ep i meral [6rlz, below] 


ilepas?|| 


clearance ^clearance 


[Je & pass?] 


[erSns, below] ad herence 


tlepis?!! 


in herence 


lepus?|| 


era|| or co herence 


[ep & us?] 


sera? || tout clearance 




gerah?|| Jap pearance 


|hepar?||t 


Ma deira?|| in ter ference 


keeper 


chi mera or in co herence 


[ep, p. 58] 


chi maera?|! [er, p. 59] 


Jtepor?|| 


oen an thera?|| tnon-ap pearance 


un der keeper 






eras! || Jgerant 


reapers 


[era, above] gerentt 


[epur, above] 


vice gerent 




smeardab |se derunt?) 


er 


[er & dab?] ad herent 


clearagef 


in herent 


peerage 


bearded? co herent 


pierage 


weirded* in ad herent 


steerage t 


[erd, p. 61] dis co herentf 


ar rearage 


un bearded in co herent 




sem i-ad herent 


cerate 


beardest? 


speratef 


weirdest vice gerents 


vi zierate? 


[ere'nt, above] 




beardeth? 


cerates 


weirdeth* peeress 


[erSt, above] 


[er & death?] [eras, below] 



earalf bearding? 

19* 



clearest 



334 



DOUBLE KIIYMKS, 



[Or, p. 59] 


peril 


un fearing 


Jquerist 


peery 


ve neering 


queerest 


spheryf 




Jcerused 


smeary 


hearings 




teary 


[ermg, above] 


feareth 


weary 




[Br, p. 59] 


un cheery 


terins 




a weary 


[erfn, above] 


cheerful 


out weary 




fearful? 


un weary 


mel i ceris?| 


sneerfult 


ia la mire [ 


[5rus, below] 


tearful 


mis e rere?|| 




un cheerful 


o ver weary 


queerish 


un fearful 




[er, p. 59] 




if eared? 




seerhandll 


[er, p. 59] 


querist 


[Br & hand?] 


queried 


[ere'st, above] 




wearied 




cerite 


out wearied 


queries 


Si berite? 


un wearied 


peris 


yt tro-cerite? 


o ver wearied 


[erl, above] 


o zo cerite 




Jseries?|| 




eryx?|| or 




beery 


erix 


cierges? 


bleary 


[e & ricks?] 


[erj, p. 61] 


cheery 






deary 


Jdzeren or 


earlap 


dreary 


Jdzeron 


[er & lap?] 


aerie? or 


Erin 




eirief 


cerine 


cheerless 


eerie* or 


terin 


earless 


eery* 




fearless 


heryf 


hearing 


peerless 


query 


[er, p. 59] 


[er, p. 59] 


qusere?|| 


God-fearing 






DOUBLE KIIYME8, 



335 



cheerly 


clearness 


pierceth? 


dearly 


queerness 


[ers, p. 61] 


clearly 


nearness 




queerly 


[erll, above] 


pierces? 


merely 




tierces? 


nearly 


hero 


[ers, p. 61] 


rearly* 


zero 




yearly 


pri mero|| 


meerschaum || 


sin cerely 


mon tero?|| 


[er & sham?] 


aus terely 


ped e rero or 




se verely 


pet e rero or 


meerschaums 


cav a lierly 


pat e rero 


[er & shamz?] 


[er, p. 59] 


sem i-sos piro| 








seership 


shearling 


heroes 


o ver seership 


steerling 


zeros 


[er & ship?] 


yearling? 


[e & rose? ; ero, 






above] 


o ver seerships 


shearlings 




[ershtp, above] 


[erlmg, above] 


spheroid? 






chi maeroid or 


piercing? 


earlock 


chi meroid 


[ers, p. 61] 


[er & lock?] 








piercel 


piercings? 


shearman 


tiercel 


[ersmg, above] 


tshearmen 






spearman 


piercels 


fiercer? 


Jspearmen 


tiercels 


piercer? 


cerement 


fiercest? 


serum? || 


en dearment 


piercest? 


con ci o ad cle- 


af feerment 


[ers, p. 61] 


rum?|| 


cerements 


tiercet? 


ferous 


[erme'nt, above] 


[Jers & it?] 


Jmeros?|| or 



336 



DOUBLE KHYMKS, Si* 



merus?!! 


tpri va teersnien 


fleeces 


tpeeress 




[es, p. 61] 


tceruse 


es 




tseeress 


I viyan or 


peaceful 


serous 


I vizan? 


in creaseful 


sclerous 


tin ter necine? 


un peaceful 


tri merous? 


di o cesan? 




sub serous 




ap preciate? 


sag u erus?|| 


o beisance? 


de preciate? 


tmel i ceris?|| 


[esens, below] 


dis ap preciate? 


tmet ro si de- 






ros?|| or 


o beisant? 


fecial 


met ro si derus?|| 


[es6nt, below] 


per i chtetial 


[er(<sez, p. 650] 








feces or 


tri oecia?H 


cerused 


faeces?!! 


si lesia?|| 


[erSst, above] 


theses?| 


mag nesia?|| 




[ests, below] 


syn ge nesia?|| 


clearer 




[esMa, p. 651] 


nearer 


decencet 


ap o thecia?|| 


[er, p. 59] 


to beisance? 


[eshmn, below] 


af f eerer or 


in decence 




taf feeror 




Decian 




decent 


Grecian 


hearers 


recent 


Cretian 


clearers 


to beisant? 


Rhetian? or 


[erftr, above] 


in decent 


Radian or 




un decentt 


Rhaetian 


rearward o-r 




Thi Ix'tian 


rereward 


fleecest 


di ecian? or 


[er & ward?] 


o besest 


di oecian 




[es, p. 61] 


No etian 


steersman 




Men gretian 


tsteersmen 


ceaseth 


tac crt'tion 


pri va teersman 


[es, p. 61] 


|ex cretion 



DOUBLE EHYMES, 



337 



Jcon cretion 


leashest 


mo no3cious! 


Jse cretion 


un leashest 


fa cetious 


Jde letion 




un specious 


Si lesian 


leasheth 


re tecious 


gy necian or 


un leasheth 


syn ge nesious? 


gy nsecian 






mag ncsian? 


leashes 


an toeci?|| 


mo necian? or 


[esh, p. 62] 


pi theci?|| 


mo noscian? 


species?|| 


per i oeci?|! 


Ye netian 


sub species?!! 


prop i theci?] 


tde pletion 






Jim pletion 


leashing 


Grecize 


Jcom pletion 


un leashing 


[e & slz?] 


tre pletion 






an tecian 


tea-ship 


fleecy 


Hel vetian 


treeship 


greasy? 


per i ecian or 


gran deeship 


thecse?|| 


per i oecian 


trus teeship 


[eka, above] 


My a lesian? 






man ga nesian? 


tea-ships 


seasick 


syn ge nesian? 


[eship, above] 


man ga nesic 


Jin com pletion 






Jnon-com pletion 


gy nsecium?!! 


piecing 


Mel chiz e decian 


gy no3cium?|| 


[es, p. 61] 


Pel o pon nesian? 


gy necium? 


un ceasing 




ap o thecium?|| 




Grecians 




piecings 


[eshn, above] 


com pletion 


[esmg, above] 




[eshan, above] 




specie? || 




tmesis? || 


fa cetiae?|| 


prescious 


schesis?|| 




specious 


thesis?|| 


prescient? 


di ecious or 


tmesis?!! 


Jap preciant?f 


di oecious 


aux esis?|| 




tri O3cious! 


de esis?|| 



338 



DOUBLE RHYMES, OS 



och lesis?|| ap o si o pesis?|| or [estSd, above] 



mi mesis?|| 


a pos i o pesis?|| 




an thesis?|| 




feasteth 


ma thesis?|| 


ad hesive 


[estSd, above] 


em py esis?|| 


co hesive 




di e gesis?|| 


ap peasive 


reasty* 


ex e gesis?|| 


un ad hesive 


yeasty 


cat a chresis?|| 


un co hesive 




an am nesis?|| 


in ter necive 


easting 


ec pho nesis?|| 




feasting 


Jman ga nesous 


Grecism 


[este'd, above] 


synch o resis?|| 


[e & schism? or 




syn te resis?|| 


es & fzm?] 


biestings or 


di u resis?|| 




beestingsf 


en u resis?|| 


prescript 


eastings 


ec phy sesis?|| 


rescript 


[estfng, above] 


syn ar tesis?||t 






er o tesis?|| 


prescripts 


priestless 


en an thesis?|| 


rescripts 


[est & less?] 


ex an thesis? || 






an aes thesis?]] 


fleeceless 


beastly 


coe nes thesis?) 


peacelessf 


priestly 


syn i zesis?l| 


pieceless 


un priestly 


ep ex e gesis?)] 


ceaseless 




ap a rith mesis?]] 




freestone 


ha3m a te me- 


esox?|| 


keystone 


sis?|| or 


[e & socks?] 




hem a te mesis|| 




Easter 


syn ec pho ne- 


beastedf 


feaster 


sis?|| 


feasted 


north-easter 


di a pho resis?H 


un beastedt 


south-easter 


di a po resis?|| 


out feasted 




par a cen tesis?|| 


un priestedf 


eastern 


ex o mol o ge- 




[e & stern?] 


sis?||t , 


feastest 


north-eastern 



DOUBLE EHYMES, CS et 



339 



south-eastern 


petals? 


un der treated 




[etal, above] 




Easters 




fleetest 


[estur, above] 


Cretan 


greetest 




[etn, below] 


[et, p. 62] 


eastward 




Jde cretist 


[est & ward?] 


bete?! 


tex e getist 




cheetah|j or 


[etlsts, below] 


fleecer 


chetahil or 




geyser? 


cheetal) 


eateth 


[6s, p. 61] 


eta?|| 


[et, p. 62] 




freta?|| 




fleecers 


[etum, below] 


sheetful 


[esur, above] 


pitail 


de ceitful 




seta?|| 


re treatf ulf 


et 


theta?|| 


un de ceitful 


eatage 


zeta?|| 




metage 




neat-herd 


es cheatage 


cheetahs! 


tteetered* 




[eta, above] 




detail? 




ethal 


retail? 


my cetes?|| 


Jethyl? or 




di al)etes?|| 


tethyle? 


|betel|| or 


[etlz, below] 


lethal 


Jbetlell 




Jmethol 


Jbeetle 


heated 


Imethyl? or 


fetal or 


[et, p. 62] 


Imethyle? 


total 


un cheated 




petal? 


un heated 


greithestt 


de cretal? 


un sheeted 


smeethest* 


a cetal 


un treated 






un de f eated 


griethetht 


tbeetled 


un re peated 


smeetheth* 


petaled? or 


un com pleted 




petalled? 


self -con ceited 


heathy 



340 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



Lethe?|| 


[e & then?] 


[etn. below] 


Lethyf 






sheathyf 


breather 


beating 




[em, p. 64] 


fleeting 


greithingf 


either? 


greeting 


smeething* 


neither? 


meeting 




be queather 


[et, p. 62] 


wreathless 




un se cretingf 


sheathless 


breathers 






[ethftr, above] 


bleatings 


hy pethral or 




sweetings 


hy paethral 


gleety 


[ettng, above] 


u rethral 


meaty 






peaty 


fetich or 


ethule? 


setsell? 


fetish 


methule? 


sleety 


neatish 




treaty 


sweetish 


(tft) 


Jmes quite?|| 




breathest 


Do cet8B?|| 


de cretists 


[etfc, p. 64] 


en treaty 


[etest, above] 




sper ma ceti?[ 




seetheth 




ac cretive 


[em, P. 64] 


metif?|| 


de cretive 




[e & tiff?] 


dis cretive? 


teething 




ex cretive? 


[eth, p. 64] 


cretic 


con cretive 


un breathing 


metic? 


se cretive 




a cetic? 


ex pletive? 


sheathings 


py ro a cetic? or 


com pletive 


[etftmg, above] 


pyr o a cetic? 


re pletive 






en treative 


em breathementt 


cretics 




be queathment 


metics? 


treaties 






treatise? 


heathen 


cretin 


Jmes quites? 



DOUBLE RHYMES, <5t 



841 



en treaties 


mis treatment 


veto?|| 


[etez, above] 


re treatmentf 


sgraf fito|| 






mos quito or 


beetle 


treatments 


mus quito or 


[et&l, above] 


[etment, above] 


mus keto 






vo mito|| 


beetled 


beaten 


bo nito|| 


[etald, above] 


eaten 


par a quito 




fleetenf 


san-be nito? 


feetless 


wheaten 


in fi nito|| 


lieatless 


JCretan 




meatless 


Jcretin 


vetoed 


de ceitless 


meeten 


[e & tod?] 




Jcetine 




featly 


seton? 


vetoes 


fleetly 


sweeten 


[eto, above] 


meetly 


re beaten 




neatly 


un beaten 


petrel? 


sweetly 


un eaten 


Jtri quetral 


ef f etely 


out sweeten 




dis erectly 


weath er-beaten? 


tneatressf 


dis cretely 


win ter-beaten? 


petrous 


con cretely 




tri quetrous 


com pletely 


meetened 


salt petrous 


fa cetelyf 


[etn, above] 




[et, p. 62] 


un sweetened 


f retum?|! 






ar bo return? |[ 


beetling 


fleetness 


tan a cetum?|| 


sheetlingt 


[etlt, above] 


eq ui setum?|| 




re pleteness 




treatment 




fo3tus?!| or 


com pletementf 


setons? 


fetus?|| 


re ceiptment 


sweetens 


Jcretose?t 


mal treatment or 


[etn, above] 


setous 


male treatment 




^treatise? 



(% DOUBLE iillYMES, et u 


qui etus?|! 


kil o litre?!! 


mau so leum?|| 


bo letus?|| 


cen ti litre?|| 


pryt a neum?|| 


pi letus?H 


hec to litre?!! 


ath e neum? or 


a cetous 


myr i a litre? || 


ath e namm?|| 


hi setous 


chil i o litre?|| 


per i naeum?|| 


tbi setose 




gyn e ceum? 


cri cetus?|| 


beaters 


Col i seum?|| or 


-ex o cetus?|| or 


[etur, above] 


Col os seum?|| 


ex o ccetus?|| 




per i to neum?|| 




feature 




beater 


creature 


mu seums 


[et, p. 62] 


de feature* 


[eiim, above] 


detur?|| 


dis featuref 




tfetor?|| or 


[echur, p. 317] 


tdeast 


tfoetor?|| 




tdeessf 


litre?! 


un featured 


ar cheus?f|| 


meter or 


[etyur, above] 


te laeis?|| 


metre?|| 




cho reus?H 


peter 


features 


JNe reis?|| 


petre 


[etyur, above] 


glu t33US?|| 


pretor or 




cor y pheus?|| 


tpraetor?H 


eu 


ep i gaeous? or 


teeter* 


phleurn?)! 


ep i geous 


tes cheator or 


rheum?|| 


hyp o gaeous or 


tex cheator 


o deum?|| 


hyp o geous 


salt peter or 


te Deum?|| 


an co neus?|| 


salt petre 


ly ceum?|l 




tpro pretor or 


mu seum?|| 


ft 


tpro praetor?]) 


am oe baeum?|| 


fleer? 


u reter?H 


mes o phloeum?!! 


freer? 


phy seter?|| 


ep i geum? 


seer? 


tre ceiptor 


per i geum? 


Jtuyere?|| 


dec a litre?)! 


ap o geum? 


de creer or 


dec i litre?! 


hyp o geum? 


de creeer 


mil li litre?|| 


prop y laeum?!! 


dis a greer 



DOUBLE RHYMES, CU V 343 


fop. 49; 


tpeevit 


thievish 


er, p. 59] 


trevat 








evil 


fleers? 


trevats 


[eval, above] 


[eur, above] 


[evat, above] 








sleeveless 


ev 


nevenf 


[ev & less?] 


chevage?f|| 


[evn, below] 




cleavage 




na ively? 




grievest 


rec i ta tively 


evalt 


[5v, p. 64] 




Jevil 




a chievement 


tweevil 


be lieveth 


[ev, p. 64] 


co eval 


[ev, p. 64] 


re trievement 


up heaval 






Ion gevalt 


n8Bvi?|| 


a chievements 


pri meval 


[ev & I?] 


[evme'nt, above] 


re trieval 






Jcorn weevil 


heavy? 


even 


me di eval or 


leavyf 


Jnevenf 


me di seval 


seavy* 


stevenf 




ca pivi|| 


swevenf 


re trievals 


di vi-divi|l 


un even 


[eval, above] 


ki vi-kivi|| 


JGe nevan 




par a sceve?|| 




Ge nevan 




evened 


[evn, below] 


leaving 


Jnevenedf 




[ev, p. 64] 




chievancef 


un be lieving 


evens 


grievance 


un con ceiving 


[evn, above] 


a chievance 






ag grievance 


leavings 


re lievoll or 


per ceivancef 


[evmg, above] 


ri lievo?|| 






mo tivo|| 


tevetf 


peevish 


es pres sivo|| 



844 DOTBLE RHYMES, <"V <"'/ 


ex pres sivo|| 


beavers li mo ther a peia?|| 


clem i-re lievo!|| 


cleavers on o mat o poeia?|| 


l)as so-re lievo!|| 


[evur, above] [ea, p. 316] 


al to-ro lievoll or 


vivers|| 


al to-ri lievo?|| 


phar ma co poeias 


inez zo-re lievo?! || 


ew [ey&, above] 


rec i ta tivo|| 


leeward? 




seaward ez 


grievous 


pleasance?t 


na3vus?H 


chewink de feasance 


mis cliievous? 


[e & wink?] mal feasance? or 


gran devousf 


male feasance? 


co evousf 


ey mis feasance 


Ion gevous 


Pleiad non-feasance 




[eld, p. 322] 


beaver 


pleasest 


fever 


pie beian [ez, p. 65] 


keever 


hy geian 


leaver 


Tar peian f reezeth 


lever? 


le gu leianf [ez, p. 65] 


livre?|| 


[can, p. 315] 


reaver or 


breezes 


riever 


pie beians freezes 


weaver 


le gu leiansf [ez, p. 65] 


weever 




en f everf 


Dom beya?|| easefulf 


be liever 


Hy geia?|| [ez & full?] 


re ceiver 


nar ceia?|| 


[ev, p. 64] 


gor go neia?|| E phesian 


un be liever 


ep o pceia?|| [ezhun, below] 




mel o po?ia?|| 


beavered 


path o pceia?!! mag nesia?|| 


fevered 


phar ma co poe- syn ge nesia?|| 


en feveredt 


ia?|| 



pros p po pcfiia?|| mag nesium?|| 



DOUBLE RHYMES, CZ 



345 



tra pezium?|| 


cheesy 


meazling 




easy 


teasling or 


JFriesian 


greasy? 


teazling 


lesion 


heazy* 




E phesian 


wheezy 


easels 


ad hesion 


queasy 


measles 


in hesion 


leasyf 


[ezl, above] 


co hesion 


sleazy 




JMi lesian 


tvise?! 


easement 


Jinag nesian? 


un easy 


ap peasement 


Jtra pezian? 






JAr tesian 


squeezing 


easements 


Je tesian 


[ez, p. 65] 


ap peasements 


JCar tesian 


un pleasing 




in ad hesion 




geasonf 


non-co hesion 


squeezings 


JPisan 


JMeg a lesian? 


[ezlng, above] 


reason 


IPol y nesian? 




Jseizin or 


JPro crus tesian? 


easel 


Jseisin 


JPel o pon ne- 


measlef or 


season 


sian? 


meazelf 


treason 


[eshan, p. 336; 


teasel or 


weasand? 


ezhlan, p. 653] 


teasle or 


weazen 




teazle 


out reason 


lesions 


weasel or 


un reason 


[ezhun, above] 


weezelf 


Jdis seizin! 






un season 


leisure? 


measled 


1 1 vizan? 


seizure 


teaseled or 


Jdi o cesan? 


re seizure 


teaselled or 


tpost-dis seizin! 




teasled 


|re dis seizinJ.f 


seizures 




o ver season 


[ezhur, above] 


breezeless 






easeless 


reasoned 


breezy 




[ezn, above] 



346 



DOUBLE RHYMES, $Z 



weasand? or 


^b 


ebon or 


weazand? 


ebbed? 


Jeben 




webbed? 


tleban|| or 


tGrisons 




tlebbanll 


'JPisans 


webbest 




reasons 


[8b, p. 60] 


febrile? 


[ezn, above] 




an ti febrile? 




ebbeth 




mes tizo|| 


f [gb,p. 60] 


gch 


[ez & o?] 




wretched 




blebby 


stretched? 


bezoar? 


webby 


[?ch, p. 66] 


[ez & or?] 








webbing 


fetchest 


friezer 


[Sb, p. 66] 


[ech, p. 66] 


freezer 


un ebbing 




kesarfll 




sketcheth 


Cesar or 


webbings 


pch, p. 66] 


CaBsar|| 


[SbTng, above] 




seizer 




spetches 


seizor 


debit 


stretches 


teaser 


[gb & it?] 


[Sen, p. 66] 


teazer 






t dis seizor! 


pebble 


sketchy 


re seizer 


Jrebel? 


techy or 


tpa visor 


treble? 


tetchy 


tpost-dis seizor! 




vetchy 


Jre dis seizor! 


pebbled 






trebled? 


etching 


freezers 




[ech, p. 66] 


[ezilr, above] 


pebbly 




tweezers 


trebly? 


etchings 






[^chtng, above] 



neesewort pebbles 

siu'czewort [fibl, above] hetch'ling 



ixu m.K RHYMES, cli ed 



347 



vetchling 


headfast 


medic 




steadfast or 


lo ga oedic? 


ketchup 


stedfastf 


cy clo pedic 


[Sen & up?] 


un steadfast 


or tho pedic 






en cy clo pedic or 


etcher 


dreadful 


en cy clo psedic 


lecher 


heaclful 




Stretcher 




bedding 


[Sell, p. 66] 


dead-head 


heading 




red-head 


shredding 


stretchers 




steading* 


[chur, above] 


dead-heads 


wedding 




red-heads 


[ed, p. 67] 


M 




un dreading 


medal 


dead-eye 


mis treading 


Pell, below] 


redeye 








weddings 


pedant 


dead-eyes 


[eding, above] 


[Pel & ant?] 


redeyes 








deadish 


Jeddied 


eddy 


eddish 


leaded 


heady 


reddish 


treadiedf 


leady 




Jsteadied 


ready 


edit 


wedded 


shreddy 


credit 


[H, p. 67] 


steady 


Jpedate 




thready 


ac credit 


dreadest 


al ready 


dis credit 


readest? 


un ready 


un credit t 


reddest 


un steady 




[8d, p. 67] 


o ver ready 


edits 






[gdlt, above] 


treadeth 


eddied 




[6d, p. 67] 


[e'de'd, above] 


eddies 






steadies 



848 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



M 



heddle 


rnedlyf 


ledenf 


Jmedal 


redly 


Jredan?I| 


meddle 


chance-medley 


redden 


medlef 




threadenf 


Jpedal? 


heddling 




peddle 


[8dl, above] 


deadened 


reddle 


un meddling 


reddened 


treadle 


in ter meddling 




treddle 




deadness 


in ter meddle 


in ter meddlings 


redness 


o ver meddle 


[edling, above] 








deadens 


kedlack 


dead-lock 


reddens 


[ed & Iftk?] 


wedlock 








meadow 


bedlam 


dead-locks 


[3d & o?] 


[8d & lamb?] 


wedlocks 








meadows 


meddled 


meddler 


[ed & oz?] 


[8dl, above] 


i'medlar 






peddler or 


dead-rope 


breadless 


Ipedlar or 


head-rope 


dreadless 


pedler 




headless 


in ter meddler 


dead-ropes 


sliredless 




head-ropes 




peddlers! 




meddlest 


[edltir, above] 


bread-root 


[gdl, above] 




red-root 




meddles 




peddleth 


treadles 


bread-roots 


[8dl, above] 


[&dl, above] 


red-roots 


deadly 


breaden 


headsman 


dreadlyf 


deaden 


theadsmfn 


medley 


leaden 


leadsuiiui 



fJOUBLE KHYMES, 

tleadsmen [edyul, above] 



bedder 

dreader 

edder 

header 

neddert 

redder 

tedder 

[gd, p. 67] 

wedder 

eddered 
teddered 

tedders 
[Sdur, above] 

bedwork 
headwork 

leadwort 
redwort 

leadworts 
[Sdwurt, above] 

dead-wood 
redwood 



mezzo? || 
in ter mezzo?|| 
[&lz & o?] 



Sf 



jeofail 
Jtrefle 



MO 
en feoffment? 

nephrite? 

[gf & rlt?] 

deftest 
leftest 
[8ft, p. 68] 



jeofails 
Jtrefles 

Jephod? 

feoffed? 

en feoffed? 

deafest? 
feoffest? 
[ef, p. 67] 

tprefaced 
^un prefaced 

deafethf 

feoffeth? 

en feoffeth? or 

in feoffeth? 



feoffing? 
[gfeth, above] 
cedulefll 

schedule? trefle 

en schedule [^fal, above] 

schedules feoffment?f 
SO 



nephew? 
[gf & you?] 

nephews 
[gf & use?] 

deafer? 

Jephor 

feoffep? or 

tfeoffor? 

heifer 

zephyr 

zephyrs 
[efur, above] 

% 

beggar 
[eg fir, below] 

beggest 
[eg, p. 68] 

jeggetf 

Jlegate 

Jvice-legate 



H50 



DOUBLE KIIYMES, gf 



jeggetsf 


pre regnant 


dredges 


[gggt, above] 




pledges 




chegoe? 


[e-j, p. 68] 


peggeth 


greggoe 




[ft P- 68] 




edgy 




chegoes? 


kedgy 


legging 


greggoes 


ledgy 


[gg, p. 68] 




sedgy 




Jbeggar 


[gj, p. 68] 


leggings 


cheger? or 




[ggtng, above] 


chegre? 


stra tegic? 




egger 


bib li o pegicf 


legless 


logger 




[gg & less?] 


pegger 


edging 




tseggar 


[gj, p. 68] 


eggler 


skegger 




|reg'lar? 




edgings 




peggers 


[gjTng, above] 


egma 


[ggtir, above] 




pegmal! 




edgeless 


regmaf 


sj 


hedgeless 




legend? 


[gj, p. 68] 


segment 


[gj & end?] 




bi segment 




ledgement or 




pledgest 


ledgment or 


phlegmon|| 


[j, P- 68] 


legemcnt 


Jtegmenll 




al legement 




pledget 




im pregnate 


spleget 


sol feggio?|| 


re-im pregnate 




ar peggio?|| 




wedgeth 




pregnant 


[J, p. 68] 


dredger 


regnant 




hcdger 


im pregnant 


pledgets 


kedger 


un pregnant 


splegets 


ledger! 



DOUBLE RHYMES, j - 



leger|| 


cheeky or 


keckleth 


[Sj, p. 68] 


chequey 


[Ski, above] 




kecky 




ledgers 




keckling 


[Sjur, above] 


wrecking 


[Ski, above] 




[6k, p. 68] 




edgewise 




kecklings 


wedge-wise 


wreckings 


[Skiing, above] 




[eking, above] 




k 




shekels 


decade 


dekle 


be speckles 


Jflecked? 


freckle 


[Ski, above] 


[6k, p. 68] 


heckle 






keckle 


beckon 


pekan 


Ipecul? 


tpekan 


[Skn, below] 


seckel 


, reckon 




shekel || 


mis reckon 


peccant 


speckle 


out reckon 


im peccant 


be speckle 


un der reckonf 






o ver reckon 


lecture 


necklaced 




[Sktyur, below] 


[eklSst, below] 


beckoned 






tfecund?t 


checkest 


freckled 


reckoned 


[6k, p. 68] 


[ekl, above] 


[ekn, above] 






Jsecond 


becket 


checkless 


Jsecund? 


snecket* 


feckless* 


un reckoned 




fleckless 




becketh 


I necklace 


beck'nest 


[6k, p. 68] 


reckless 


[ekn, above] 






Ipyr o technist 


beckets 


Jnecklaced 




sneckets* 


specklest 


mne mo techny? 




f Ski, above] 


or 



852 



DOT MI. K RHYMES, 



iimcm o teclmy? 


Texans 


in flexion 


pyr o tedmy? or 


[eksun, above] 


re flection or 


py ro teclmy? 




re flexion 


on o ma teclmy 


exarch 


re flection or 




[Sks & ark?] 


re flexion 


teclmic 




ab j ection 


pol y teclmic 


vexest 


ad j ection 


phil o teclmic 


Pks, p. 09] 


de j ection 


pyr o teclmic 




dis jection 




flexeth 


e jection 


technics 


[eks, p. 69] 


in jection 


dire o technics f 




ob jection 


pyr o technics 


exes or 


pro jection 




xes 


re jection 


beckons 


sexes 


sub jection 


[kn, above] 


vexes 


tra jection 




[8ks, p. 69] 


e lection 


echo 


tkecksies 


col lection 


gecko or 


[SksT, below] 


pre lection 


gekko| 




se lection 


pekoe? or 


flexion or 


an nexionf 


pecco 


flection 


con nection or 


re-echo 


lection 


con nexion 




rection 


em plection 


echoes 


section 


im plexion 


[6kO, above] 


vectionf 


com plexion 




af fection 


di rection 


hexade 


de fection 


e rection 


tvexed? 


ef fection 


cor rection 


[Sks, p. 69] 


in fection 


bi section 




con fection 


dis section 


Texan 


per fection 


ex section 


mu rexan 


re fection 


in section 


Jin texine 


de flection 


re section 




in flection or 


sub section 



boi'HLK UIIYMKS, el 


c 858 


tri section viv i section 


flexile 


de spection quad ri section 


vexil 


in spection in ter section 




pro spection re-in spection 


an nexing 


de tection cir cum spection 


[e'ks, p. 69] 


pro tection ret ro spection or 




e vection re tro spection 


exit|| 


con vection in tro spection 


[8ks & it?] 


trans vection pre ter vection 




dis af fection su per re flection 


re flexive 


dis in fection su per in jection 


con nexivef 


im per fection mis rec ol lec- 




cir cum flexion tion 


kecksies 


ge nu flection! or in cir cum spec- 


[eksT, above] 


gen u flection! tion 




in sub jection 


sexless 


re sub jection af fectioned 


[8ks & less?] 


in ter jection per fectionedt 




pre di lection or com plexioned 


sexlyt 


pred i lection 


re flexly 


co-e lection di rections 


com plexly? 


non-e lection [e'kslmn, above] 




pre-e lection 


exode 


re-e lection in fectious 


[8k & sowed? or 


pre col lection re in fectious 


e'ks & ode?] 


rec ol lection un in fectious 




in tel lection 


exon 


dis con nection kecksy 


[e'ks & on?] 


in con nection ca chexy? 




in di rection ap o plexy? 


export 


mis di rection an o rexy? 


re-export? 


in sur rection 




res ur rection Jflexed? 


expert? 


ven e section or [e'ks, p. 69] 


[e'ks & pert?] 


ve ne section mu rexide 




20* 





354 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



extant 


am bo dexter 


[6ksyur, above] 


sextant 


[6k & stir? or 






6kst & her?] 


pectate 


sextile 




de lectate 


textile 


texture 


hu mectatet 


bis sextile 


con texture 




sem i sextile? 


re texture 


de lectatos 




in ter texture 


[6ktat, above] 


extine 




' 


sextain 


textured 


spectant 


Jsexton 


in textured 


tre flectant 




con textured! 


e lectant 


sextains 




hu mectant 


[e'kstm, above] 


nexus|| 


an nectant 




plexus|| 


as pectant 


sexto|| 


com plexus|| 


ex pectant 


dec i mo-sexto?|| 


bi sexous 


am ])lectant 


[Sks & to? or 


Jsyn texis|| 


re spectant 


ekst & o?] 


Jdi a dexisl) 


dis in fectant 




tep i plexisl] 




extract? 




ex pectants 


fgks & trttkt? or 


tflexor|| 


[c'kta'nt, above] 


Skst & rakt?] 


vexer 






[Sks, p. 69] 


rectall 


dextrine 




[ektum, below] 


textrine 


vexers 


an a lectail 




[ksur, above] 


no to nectajl 


dextrous! 






am bi dextrous 


flexure 


de fleeted 




plexure 


[6kt, p. 69] 


sexton 


de flexure 


ar rected 


[e'kstm, above] 


in flexure 


in vected 




com plexure 


un af fected 


dexter | 




un ef fected 


am bi dexter!) or 


flexures 


un in fected 



DOUBLE RHYMES, k 355 


un re fleeted 


ca chetic 


un pro tecting 


un de jected 


ec lectic 




un ob jected 


an a lectic 


cor rectings 


un pro jected 


di a lectic 


[Sktlng, above] 


un re jected 


cat a lectic 




un sub jected 


ap o plectic 


de fective 


un e lected 


a cat a lectic 


ef fective 


un col lected 


ant ap o plectic 


in fective 


self-neg lected 


brach y cat a- 


per fective 


un se lected 


lectic 


re fective 


in con nected 


hy per cat a lec- 


in flective 


un con nected 


tic 


re flective 


un ex pected 




ob jective 


un sus pected 


di a lectics 


re jective 


un di rected 


[gktfk, above] 


sub jective 


un cor rected 




e lective 


un dis sected 


trectal 


col lective 


un re spected 


sectile 


se lectivef 


un de tected 


pro jectile 


con nective 


un pro tected 


e rectile 


di rective 




in sectile 


e rective 


tsectist 


tdi a lectal 


cor rective 


af fectest 




in spective 


[gkt, p. 69] 


Jpecten|| 


pro spective 




pectine 


per spective 


e jecteth 


Jem plecton|| 


re spective 


[8kt, p. 69] 




de tective 




cor recting 


pro tective 


neg lectf ul 


[ekt, p. 69] 


in vective 


re spectful 


un af fecting 


con vective 


sus pectf ul 


un re fleeting 


in de fective 


dis re spectful 


self-neg lecting 


in ef fective 




un se leeting 


ir re flective 


hectic 


un re specting 


self-e lective 


pectic 


un sus pecting 


un e lective 



356 DOUBLE RHYMES, el 


c 


rec ol lective spectrap 


e lectrode 


in tel lective 


an e lectrode 


cir cum spective rectress 


cat e lectrode 


om ni spectivef e lectress 


[gkt & r5d?] 


ir re spective di rectress 




in tro spective cor rectress 


plectron|| 


ret ro spective? pro tectress 


|e lectrine 


ar chi tective [e'toftr, below] 


e lectronll 


in vectives e lectrize 


plectrum 


[Sktrv, above] [gk & tries?] 


spectrumll 




e lectrumll 


ef fectless e lectric 


pol y plectrum 1 


re spectlessf an e lectric 




di e lectric 


rectum || 


directly non-e lectric 


la tus rectum?| 


[Stone's, below] hy dro-e lectric 




un directlyt ther mo-e lectric 


tvectis||t 


py ro-e lectric or 


con spectusll 


e jectment pyr o-e lectric 


pro spectusll 


re jectment vol ta-e lectric 




res i no-e lectric 


Sector 


sub jectness?f id i o-e lectric 


hector|| 


se lectness mag net o-e lec- 


lector| 


di rectness trie 


Jnectarll 


e rectness ste re o-e lec- 


rector!) 


cor rectness trie or 


sector || 


in di rectness ster e o-e lectric 


specter or 


in cor rectness vit re o-e lectric 


spectre|| 




vector|| 


recto|| e lectrics 


af fecter 


[6k & to? or gkt [gktrfk, above] 


ef fectorll 


& o?] di rectrix 


in fecter 


bi sectrix 


per fecter? 


plectra] pro tectrix 


de Sector 



DOUBLE EHYMES, k 



357 



re Sector 


Jnectared 


chequered 


de jecter 




fleckered! 


e jector 


lecturn or 


Jrecord? 


in jector 


lectern 


un checkered 


ob jector || 


[gk & turn?] 




pro jector 




wreckers 


re jecter 


col lectors 


[ekur, above] 


e lector|| 


[gktur, above] 




e lecterf or 




n 


e lectre||t 


lecture 


mellayt 


col lector|| 


de jecture 


[ell, below] 


neg lecter 


con jecture 




pre lector 


pro jecture 


pelaget 


se lector 


be lecture 


pellage 


con nector 


mis con jecture 


treillage? 


ex pecter 


ar chi tecture? 




di recter 




melain 


di rector|| 


lectured 


[elon, below] 


e recter 


con jectured 




e rector 


un lectured 


mellate 


cor rector|| 




tmellit 


pro rector]] 


lectures 


tpellet 


sub rector 


[Sktyur, above] 


prelate? 


dis sector 




stellate 


pro sector]] 


second 


fla bellate 


in spector 


[eknd, above] 


fla gellate? 


re specter 




sqiia mellate? 


de teeter or 


checker 


ap pellate 


de tector 


chequer 


sti pellate 


pro tector|] 


decker 


con stellate? 


[gkt, p. 69] 


fleckert 


cos tellate 


di a lector 


wrecker 


ped i cellate? 


dis re specterf 


ex chequer 


[elot, p. 361] 



hectored checkered or 



prelates? 



358 norm.K KHY.MES, ol 


[Slat, above] 


mo tella|| 


squelchethS 


|strelitz|| 


pa tellall 






clar i bella] 


belching 


shellac! 


lu ma chella? || 


squelching 


[glik, below] 


mon ar della|| 






gen tian ella?|| 


beldam or 


A tellan 


lu ma chella?|| 


tbeldainc 


[elon, below] 


sil i quella[ 


tseldom 




sem o lella|| 


tun seldom 


tap pellant 


col u mella|| 




im pellent 


pim pi nella|| 


gelded 


re pellent 


var i cella|| 


[Sid, p. 71] 


di vellentf 


dam o sella?f 


un welded 


re vellent 


li mo sella|| 






pseu do stellafll 


eldest 


fellah|| 


fen es tella|| 


heldest 


pella|| 


tur ri tellall 


[61d, p. 71] 


cella|| 


sal va tella|| 




la bella|| 


dam o sella?f 


weldeth 


[eltim, below] 


gen ti an ella?|| 


[61d, p. 71] 


li bella|| 






sa bella|| 


elbow 


elding* 


um brella 


[el&bo?] 


gelding 


mor chella?|| 




spelding 


mor dellaj 


elbowed 


[Sid, p. 71] 


ni gellall 


un elbowed 




ti gellall 


[el <fc bod?] 


geldings 


bis rnellah|| 


P 


?ldmg, above] 


la mella]| 


elbows 




tre mellall 


[61 & boz?] 


elder 


pru nella|| 




gelder 


a ca pellall 


belchest 


welder 


pa rella|| 


sque leliest 


co-elder 


niorchella?|| 




marsh-elder? 


mi tellall 


belcliHli 





DOUBLE RHYMES, 1 359 


elders 


elfish 


skelly 


[eldftr, above] 


selfish 






shell-fish 


bellied 


stelene 


un selfish 


jellied 


[felon, below] 




gelid 




selfless- 


in jelliedf 


* dwellest 


shelfless 




[el, p. 70] 




bellict 


{trellised 


belfry 


melic 


{vi o Ion cellist 


pelf ryf or 


mellic 




pelfrayf 


relic 


selleth 




{shellac or 


[fel, p. 70] 


belfries 


{shell-lac 




[SIM, above] 


telic 


fieldfare? 




nick elic 


welfare 


a delphous 


an gelic 




Jdi delphys|| or 


roc cellic 


fieldfares? 


tdi delphis 


arch an gelic 


welfares 


di a delphous 


ev an gelic or 




mon a delphous 


e van gelic 


elfest 


tri a delphous 


su per an gelic 


Jselfistt 


pol y a delphous 


Ar is to telic 


telfed? 


spellful 


flu ellin 


di delphid 


[el & full?] 


[felon, below] 


or ni tho delphid 








o celli?|| 


dwelling 


Delphic 


[el & I?] 


swelling 


Guelphic 




[el, p. 70] 


di delphyc or 


belly 


self -re pelling 


di delphic 


felly 






belly 


dwellings 


Delphin or 


jelly 


[Sling, above] 


Delphine 


{mellayt 




elfin 


shelly 


hellish 



360 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



relish 


bell-less 


mo rello 


em bellish 


smell-less 


un der fellowf 


dis relish 


Jtrellis 


pun chi nellolj 


dis em bellish 


[elus, below] 


ri tor nello j 






bro ca tello|| 


relished 


helmest 


vi o Ion cello?|l 


feltsh, above] 


[elm, p. 72] 


co bra de ta pel- 


un relished 




lo|| 


un em bellished 


helmet 






un helmet 


bellowed 


jellies 


[elm & it?] 


[elo, above] 


[git, above] 




un f elk > wed 




whelmeth 


un mellowed 


Melchite 


[elm, p. 72} 




[el & kite?] 




felloes 




o ver whelming 


fellows 


belkestf 


[elm, p. 73] 


[elo, above] 


kelkest* 






welkest 


helmless 


bellon 




realmless 


felon 


welketh 




imclain 


[Slkest, above] 


fellness 


melon 




un wellnessf 


inellon 


welkin 




Jstelene 


Jpa relcon|| 


bellow 


Jflu dim 




felloe 


Jphil hellene 


welking 


fellow 


JA tellan 


[elkSst, above] 


mellow 






yellow 


melons 


welcome 


out bellow 


[lon, above] 


un welcome 


re bellow 






bor dellotll 


de veloj) or 


welcomed 


du ellofH 


de velope 


un welcomed 


ni ello|| 


en velop or 




pru nello 


en vel< >pc? 



DOUBLE EHYMES, 



361 



de veloped [elptir, above] 


stealthfult 


en veloped 




wealthfult 


un de veloped 


bell-rope 


un healthful 




well-rope 




Helot? 




healthy 


zealot? 


bell-ropes 


stealthy 


[Slat, above] 


well-ropes 


wealthy 






un healthy 


Helots? 


melrose 


un wealthy 


zealots? 


[el & roz?] 








Celtic 


helpest 


el sin* 


cat a peltic 


pap, p. ra] 


[61 & sin?] 


Hi ber no-Celtic 


whelpeth 


keelson? or 


belting 


[Sip, P. ?3] 


kelson 


[Jilt, p. TO] 




[81 & sun?] 




helpful 




beltings 


un helpful 


peltate 


[Siting, above] 


[Sip & full?] 


bi peltate 








peltry 


yelping 


pelted 


sweltryt 


P*lp, P. 72] 


[git, p. 72]- 






un belted 


feltre 


yelpings 


un melted 


felter 


[Piping, above] 


un pelted 


kelter 




un welted 


shelter 


helpless 




smelter 


[Sip & less?] 


meltest 


spelter 




[git, p. 72] 


swelter 


helper 




welter 


PHP, P. 73] 


melteth 


in shelter 


fel low-helper 


[Sit, p. 72] 


hel ter-skelter? 



helpers 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



sweltered 


dweller 


delvers 


weltered 


feller 


elvers 


un sheltered 


Jcellar 






seller 


melwel 


felters 


Jstellar 


[61 & well?] 


[eltQr, dbove] 


teller 






pro peller 


bell-wort 


deluged 


[61, p. 70] 


felwort 


un deluged 


Jeer e bellar 






tin ter stellar 


selion* 


skellumf 




stellion? 


vellum 


dwellers 


re bellion 


la bellumll 


[Slur, above] 


ta bellion 


du ellum|| 




cir cum cellion? 


fla gellumil 


elvan 




car pellumll 


thelvine 


re bellion s 


sa celluml] 




[elyun, above] 


ros tellumll 


delvest 




scu tellumll 


[elv, p. 72] 


m 


cer e bellum|) 




gemmate 


an te bellum|| 


velvet 


[SmSt, below] 


in vol u cellumil 


[elv & it?] 








gemma|| 


bellows? 


helveth 


lemmall 


jealous 


[lv, p. 72] 


stemma]] 


zealous 




di lemma?]] 


un jealous 


shelving 


tri lemma]) 


a pellous 


teiv, p. 72] 


an a lemmall 


o cellus]] 




sar co lemma]] 


vi tellusll 


shelvings 


my o lemma]] 


cer e bellous [living, above] 


o ver jealous 




lemmas 


o ver zealous 


delver 


[m&, above] 


[clles, above] 


elver 





remble* 



DOUBLE RHYMES, &H1 



semble 


tremblings 


No vember 


tremble [emblmg, above] 


dis re member* 


as semble 




mis re member 


dis semble 


trembler 




re semble 


[Smbl, above] 


membered 


re as semble 




[e'mbftr, above] 




tremblers 


un re membered 


as semblage 


[Smblur, above] 




re as semblage 




embers 




trembles 


[embflr, above] 


semblance 


[embl, above] 




as semblancet 




hemmel* 


dis semblancef 


bi membra! 


whemmel* 


re semblance 


tri membral 


gemel 


non-re semblance 


quad ri membral 








gemels 


semblantf 


re membrance 


[emel, above] 


re semblant un re membrancet 






clement 


trembled 


re memb'rest 


cement? 


[Smbl, above] 


[embur, below] 


in clement 


un as sembled 


JSep tembrist 




un dis sembled 




tchemist? 




a lembroth|| 


stemmest 


tremblest 


tre memb'reth 


[em, p. 73] 


[embl, above] 


[8mb fir, below] 








emmet 


as sembleth 


ember 


tgemmate 


[Smbl, above] 


member 






dis member 


gemmeth 


trembling 


non-member 


con demneth? 


[Smbl, above] 


re member 


[Sm, p. 73] 


un trembling 


un member 




un dis sembling 


De cember 


gemmy 




Sep tember 


tgemma3?|| 



64 DOUBLE RHYMES, CIll 


jemmy 


hemlessf emptiont 


semi 


stemless a demption 




wemlesst re demption 


chemic? 


ex emption 


en demic 


con demnest? co emption 


pan demic 


con teinnest? pre emption 


al chemic? 




arch-chemic? 


con demneth? ex emptions 


po lemic 


con temneth? [Smpshun, above] 


a naemic 




sys temic? 


con demning? ^emptied 


ac a demic 


con temning? tempted 


ep i demic 


[empt, p. 73] 


the o remic 


con demner? tun emptied 


phi lo po lemic 


con temner? un tempted 




un at tempted 


en demies 


con demners? 


no emics? 


con temners? ex emptest 


po lemics 


[empt, p. 73] 


[mlk, above] 


stemple 




temple at tempteth 


Fleming 


an te temple?t [Smpt, p. 73] 


hemming 




[6m, p. 73] 


template empty 


lemming or 


templet kempty 


leming 


con template? o ver emptyt 


lemmings 


templar tempting 


[foiling, above] 


ex emplar [e'mpt, p. 73] 




un tempting 


blemish 


templars un at tempting 


Flemish 


ex emplars 




temptings 


blemished 


tempoll [emptlng, above] 


un blemished 


[emp & o?] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



365 



re demptive 


hemmer 


pennant 


[e'mpshun, above] 


[em, p. 73] 


tenant 


at ternptivef 


Jtremor?! or 


Jtenentt 




Jtremour? 


co-tenant 


empties 




lieu tenant? 


kempties 


hemmers 


sub tenant 




[emur, above] 


terre-tenant|| or 


tempter 




ter tenant 


ex empter 


de cemvirll 


un der tenant 


pre empter 


sep temvirjl 


sub lieu tenant? 


at tempter 


quin de cemvir|| 








tenants 


tempters 


de cemvirs 


[enant, above] 


[SmptUr, above] 


[Smvur, above] 








hennall or 


semper|| 


memoir? 


khenna|| 


temper 


[^m & war?] 


sennall 


at temper 




du enna|| 


des temper 


memoirs? 


si enna|| 


dis temper 


[&m & wars?] 


al hennaj 


con temper 




Ge hennafl 


mis temper 


n 


an tenna|| 




menace 




tempered 


tenace 


henbit 


[Smpur, above] 


Jtennis 


[en & bit?] 


un tempered 


Jim pennons 




un at tempered 


tvag i na-pen- 


trenchant 


un dis tempered 


nous 


in trenchantt 



dis tempers menaced quenchest 

[Smpur, above] [Snest, below] [gnch, p. 74] 

lemon senate blencheth 

tleman? [Sn^t, below] [Snch, p. 74] 
sea-lemon? 



866 



DOTTBLE RHYMES, 



trenches 


pre bendal 


tin ter de pend- 


[gnch, p. 74] 


pu dendal 


ent 






tsu per in tend- 


drenching 


sendal s 


ent 


[Such, p. 74] 


[endal, above] 




un blenching 


e mendals* 


de fendants 






[endant, above] 


drenchings 


at tendance 




[inching, above] 


[endSns, below] 


ad denda|| 






ere dendafj 


quenchless 


pendant 


pu denda|| 


wenchless 


tpendent 


a genda|| 




tsplendent 


de lendall 


Frenchman 


de fendant 


ha ci enda|| 


^Frenchmen 


of fendantf 


cor ri genda|| 


henchman 


ap pendant 




J henchmen 


de pendant 


bended 




tde pendent 


[end, p. 74] 


in trenchment or 


Jim pendent 


t splendid 


en trenchment 


tpro pendentf 


un blended 


re trenchment 


as cendant 


un ended 




de scendant 


un friended 


bencher 


tde scendent 


un tended 


[gnch, p. 74] 


ttrans cendent 


un de fended 


trencher 


Jre splendent 


un of fended 


tventure 


ttran splendent t 


nn be friended 


[entyur, p. 378] 


at tendant 


un a mended 


wencher 


ex tendant 


un com mended 




in tendant 


un ex pended 


benchers 


pre tendant 


self-sus pended 


[Snchur, above] 


dis ap pendantf 


un sus pended 




Jin de pendent 


un as cended 


sendal 


Jself-de pendent 


un at tended 


ttrendel 


tin ter scendent 


un dis tended 


ttrendle 


sur in tendantf 


in ex tended 



DOUBLE RHYMES, & 


n 867 


un ex tended 


lendeth 


[endal, above] 


un in tended 


[end, p. 74] 




un con tended 




endless 


o ver of fended 


a mendful 


friendless 


un ap pre bended 


[end & full?] 




un com pre bend- 




friendly 


ed 


bendy 


un friendly 


un rec om mend- 


liendyf 




ed 


ef fendi|| 


be friendment 




reis-ef fendi?|| 


a mendment 


trendel 




in tendment 


[nd&l, above] 


'Zendik|| 






born blendic 


a mendments 


pendencet 


sub born blendic 


[e'ndme'nt , above] 


ttendancef 






tendencef 


Zendiks 


cres cendo| 


tap pendance 


cox endix|| 


pro ce dendo|| 


de pendence 


ap pendix|| 


in nu endo|| or 


im pendence 




in u endo 


tran scendence 


bending 


de cres cendo|| 


re splendence 


[end, p. 74] 


di min u endo|| 


tat tendance 


un bending 




in de pendence 


un ending 


rho do dendra|| 


con de scendence 


un de fending [endron, below] 


tnon-at tendance 


un of fending 


scol o pendra|| 


in ter de pend- 


self-de pending 




ence 


un de pending 


of fendress 


su per in tend- 


un at tending 


con tendress 


ence 


un con tending 






un pre tending 


dendrite 


in de pendent 




[gnd & rlt?] 


[Pndilnt, above] 


bendings 






[ending, above] 


tendronf 


bendest 




rho do dendron|| 


[end, p. 74] 


trendle 


leu co dendronjj 



368 



DOFB1YK RHYMES, 



lith o dendron|| 


Jvendace 


[e'ndfir, above] 


lep i do dendron|| 


tre mendous 




1 malacodendronll 


stu pendous 


fennec 


bal sa mo den- 


hor rendousf 


[entk, below] 


dron|| 






lir i o dendronjl 


bender 


fennel 


e lae o dendron|| 


fender 


kennel 


ga lac to den- 


gender 


vennel 


dron|| 


lender 


sea-fennel? 




prender 


en kennel 


rho do dendrons 


render 


un kennel 


[endron, above] 


slender 


Jan tennal 




splendor|| or 




ep i dendrumll 


splendour 


kenneled or 


[8n & drum? or 


tender 


kennelled 


gnd & rum?] 


trender* 


Jmenaldt or 




vender 


Jmenildt 


friendship 


t vendor? 


en kenneled! 


un friendship 


of fender 


un kenneled! 




en gender or 




ha bendum|| 


in gendert 


kennels 


ad dendum|| 


per pender 


[e'nel, above] 


|com mendam|| 


sus pender 




ere dendum|| 


sur render 


kennest 


a gendum]| 


en tender 


[en, p. 74] 


de lendumll 


pre tender 


^menaced 


cor ri gendum|| 


[Snd, p. 74] 


Jtennisedf 


tin com mend- 


un tender 


Jun menaced 


am|| 






up per-tendom 


tendered 


bennet 


ad in qui ren- 


[gndfir, above] 


dennet 


dumj 


1111 tendered 


genet or 




un sur rendered 


jennet 


blendous 




Ipennate 


Jpendicef 


of fenders 


rennet 



fJOTJBLE RHYMES, ll 369 


tsenate 


lengthens 


splenic 


sennet 


[gngthn, above] 


sthenic 


tsennit 




al phenic 


tsennight? or 


hen-harm 


eu genie 


Isevennight? 


[en & harm?] 


li chenic 


tenet? 




ga lenic 


herb-bennet 


Prehnite 


Hel lenic? 


tin genitet 


sevennight? or 


se lenic 


tcon genite 


sennight? 


i renic 


tbi pennate 


du frenite 


ar senic? 


Jim pennate 




pho cenic 


ttri pennate 


en denizet or 


Pru tenic 


tpla ni pennate 


in denizet 


as thenic 




[en & eyes?] 


Par thenic 


penneth 




phag e denic 


[en, p. 74] 


any 


hy gi enic 


tzenith?|| 


bene or 


py rox enic or 




benne 


pyr ox enic 


pen-fold 


blenny 


met a genie 


tenfold 


fenny 


par a genie 




jenny 


path o genie? 


lengthfulf 


many 


py o genie 


strengthfnl 


meinet or 


pho to genie 




meinyt 


zo o genie 


lengthy 


penny 


phil hel lenic 


strengthyf 


veney?t 


pan hel lenic 




wenny 


ec u menic or 


lengthen 


an tennae?|| 


oec u menic 


strengthen 




Sar a cenic 


re strengthen 


benickel] 


hy per stenic or 




tfennec 


hy per sthenic 


strengthened 


phrenic 


am as thenic 


[Sngthn, above] 


tlehnock* 


meg as thenic 


un strengthened 


tpenock|| 


cal is thenic or 




scenic? 


cal lis thenic 



1* 



370 DOUBLE RHYMES, ll 

mi cros theme vengeance [fin & 0?] 
Dem os theme a vengeance! 

crys tal lo genie re vengeancet threnode 

em bry o genie [en & od?] 
or gan o genie mengestt 

ge o se lenic vengestt menows 

sul pho-ar senic a vengest [en & Oz?] 

re vengest 

tfennecs penock|| 
phrenics a vengeth [enTk, above] 
hy gi enics [en jest, above] 

eal is thenics or tdenim 

cal lis thenics vengeful venom 

a vengef ult en venom or 

denning re vengeful in venomt 

[en, p. 74J un re vengeful out venom 

tennis phengite or venomed 
[enas, above] fengite [friom, above] 

mengite 

fennish venoms 
plenish* engine [finom, above] 
Rhenish ma lenginet 

wennish pennon 

re plenish re venging tenon 

[e'nje'st, above] Jli chenine? 
plenished 

re plenished venger tenons 
un re plenished a venger [finon, above] 

re venger 

con genite ensate 

|enet, above] cleanly? sensate 

un cleanly? con densate 

pennies com pensate? 

[finT, above] menow in sensate 



K'HYMKH, 



1171 



in tensatef dif iVr 



Com pensates? 
[en sat, above] 

f o rensal 
[ens!!, below] 

densest 
fencest 

[ens, p. 75] 

Jsensist 

dis penseth 
[Sns, p. 75] 

fences 

[ens, p. 75] 

JWal denses|| 

+A1 bi genses|| 

ta man u enses|| 

henceforth? 
thenceforth? 



li centiates? 
[enshat, above] 

ere dential 
pru dential 
sci entialf 
tan gential 



PCS ti lential 
ex po nential 
in es sential 
co es sential 
quint es sential 
non-es sential 
un es sential 
com pla cential 
pen i tential 
se quential un prec e dentialt 
tor rential ju ris pru dential 
es sential o be di ential 
cir censial ex pe di ential 
po tential un in fer ential 
sen tential cir cum fer ential 
cas trensial ex pe ri ential 
Pro vencial in tel li gential 
pre sential e qui tan gential 
con fi dential in con se quential 
ev i dential un con se quential 
prec e dential su per es sential 
pres i dential rem i nis cential 
prov i dential om ni pre sentialt 
res i dential an ti pes ti lential 
un pru dential 



menseful* 


in flu ential 


ro dentia?|| 


sensefulf 


dif fer ential 


va lencia? or 


of fencef ulf or 


in fer ential 


va lentia? 


of fensefulf 


sa pi ential 


re spon dentia?|| 


pre tenseful! 


def er ential 


dif fer entia?|| 




pref er ential 




es sentiate?f 


ref er ential 


sentient? 


li centiate? 


rev er ential 


as sentient 


po tentiate? 


in dul gential 


dis sentient 


pre sentiate?f 


con se quential 


in sentient 



DOUBLE RIlYMKs, 



V,, 



consentient retention ill-intentioned 

pre sentient teas trensian well-in tentioned 
tin sentient in vention 

con vention con ventions 
pre vention [e'nahun, above] 
sub vention 

ap pre hension dis sensious* or 
dis sentious 
li centious 
con tentious 
por tentious 
pre tentious 
sen tentious 
con sci entious 
un pre tentious 
un sen tentious 

re con vention un con sci entious 
cir cum vention 

su per vention censure 

con tra vention tensuret 

in ter vention 



de clension 

di mension 

pro pension 

sus pension 

tLau rentian 

ac cension 



tgentian 
mention 
pension 

tension com pre hension 
pre hension rep re hension 
con de scension 
in at tention 
non-at tention 
in ex tension 
co ex tension 
ther mo tension 
as cension JCom plu t ensian 
de scension 
dis sension 
in cension 
JPi centian 
JPla centian 

re cension in ap pre hension 
Jcir censian mis ap pre hen- 
ab stention sion 
at tention pre ap pre hension 
de tention in com pre hen- 
dis tention or sion 
dis tensiont tClu ni a censian 
ex tension JPre mon stra ten- 
JHor tensian sianf 



in tension 

in tention 

con tention 

ob tensiont 

pre tension 



mentioned 

pensioned 

un mentioned 

un pensioned 



censured 
un censured 

censures 
tensuresf 

ensign 
[en & sin?] 

f o rensic 
[en & sik?] 

Jmensal 
pencelf 



DOTTBLK RHYMES, 



73 



pencil 


di mensive 


in tensely 


pensile [c^nshun, above] 


[ns, p. 75] 


stencil 


ex pensive 




tensile 


as censive 


com mencement 


pre hensile 


de scensive 


in censementf 


Jbi mensal 


dis tensive 


re com mence- 


|fo rensal 


ex tensive 


ment 


ex tensile 


in tensive 




u tensil 


os tensive 


tenseness 


sub pre hensile 


pro tensivet 


[ensll, above] 


non-ex tensile 


in de fensive 






self -de fensive 


census|| 


penciled or 


in of fensive 


Ja man u ensis|| 


pencilled 


un of fensive 




stenciled! 


ap pre hensive 


denser 


tensiledf 


com pre hensive 


fencer 


un penciled! 


rep re hensive 


censer 




un in flu encivef 


Jcensorll 


u tensils in ap pre hensive 


Jsensor 


[gnsfl, above] un ap pre hensive 


spencer 




in com pre hen- 


tenser 


fencing 


sive 


ttensor|| 


[8ns, p. 75] 


un com pre hen- 


Jsus pensor|| 


un dis pensing 


sive 


tin censor]] 






Jex tensor|| 


fencings 


fenceless 


ac i pencer|| 


[nstng, above] 


menseless* 






de f enseless! 


censers 


a man u ensis|| 


[ens, p. 75] 


[ensur, above] 


[('nsiis, below] 








densely 


mor dente?l| 


pensive 


tensely 


[e'ntY, below] 


tensive 


im mensely 


do lente|| 


de f ensive 


pre pensely 


lar ga menteil 


of f ensive 


pro pensely 


so a ve mentej 



374 



DOTTBT.E RHYMES, 



rentagef 

centage 

ventagef 

fre quentagef 

per centage 

dentate 

bi dentate 

e dentate 

tri dentate 

de mentate? 

os tentate? 

lat i dentate 

quin que dentate 

quad ri dentate 

de cem dentate 

mul ti dentate 

oc to dentate 

cur vi dentate 

o ri entate 

an gu lo-dentate 

e dentates 
[Pntat, above] 
at tentates or 
|at tentats 

dental 
Jdentil 
Jdentile 
tgentil 
tgentle 

tgentile? 
Jkentle 

Jlentil or 



ten e mental 

ex ere mental 

fir ma mental 

or na mental 

de part mental 

com pie mental 

com pli mental 

sup pie mental 

at ra mental 

sac ra mental 

rec re mental 

det ri mental 

in stru mental 

tes ta mental 

sen ti mental 

nu tri mental 

gov ern mental 

doc u mental 

mon u mental 

con ti nental 

im pla cental 

la bi o dental 

co in ci dental 

un o ri ental 



Jlentile 

mental 

rental 

trental 

tventail 

bi dental 

e dental 

cli ental 

ar gental 

Jim gentle 

frag mental 

fer mental 

mo mentalf 

pig mental 

ce mental 

scg mental 

sub mental 

Jtor mentil? 

pa rental 

pla cental 

lin gua dental 

tran seen dental 

ac ci dental 

in ci dental 

oc ci dental pre die a mental 

Jin ter dentil im ped i mental 

o ri ental ex per i mental 

lig a mental med i ca mental 

nid a mental un or na mental 

fun da mental de vel op mental 

ru di mental pre sen ti mental 

ar gu mental e mol u mental 

al i mental un ex peri mental 

el e mental 

reg i mental rentals 



DOUBLE RTtYMfcS, 



[gntal, above] 


un ce mented 


menthaB?!! 




un tor mented 


ne pentlie?!! 


{sentence 


un re pented 




re pentance 


un ac cented 


gentile? 


ir re pentance 


un con sented 


pentile 


un re pentancet 


o ver scented 




rep re sentancet mal con tented or 


gentiles? 




male con tented 


pentiles 


re pentant 


un con tented 




un re pentant 


un in vented 


benty 


rep re sentant 


un pre vented 


lente?l| 




un pre sented 


plenty 


ventafU 


un re sented 


twenty 


po lenta|| 


un rep re sented 


mor dente?|| 


mo mental] 




Ian guente?l| 


[gntum, below] 


sentence 


pla centae?l| 


pi menta|| 


[enta'ns, above] 


dol ce mente?l| 


ra nienta|| 




gra ve mente?|| 


pla cental! 


sentenced 


di a pente?|| 


re jec ta mental! 


un sentenced 


cog nos cente?|| 






cog nos centi|j 


rented 


sentest sem i-di a pente?H 


tented 


[entist, below] 


[grits, above] 


[ent, p. 76] 






re dented 


con tenteth 


i dentict 


sub dented 


[gnt, p. 76] 


ar gentic 


un rented 




cres centic 


un scented 


scentful 


au tlientic 


un tented 


tentful 


un au thentic 


un in dented 


tor mentf ulf 




un f re quented 


e ventful 


lentile! 


un re lented 


in ventful 


[entitl, above] 


un aug mented 


re sentful 




un fer monted 


un e ventful 


dentine 


un la mented 


un re sentful 


Jlenten 



DOtTBLK RHYMES, $1 



Tri dentine 

ar mentine?t 

la mentin|| or 

la mentine 

tor rentinef 

ad ventinef 

plic i dentine 

os te o dentine 

re penting 
[ent, p. 76] 
un re lenting 
un re penting 
un con senting 
un re senting 

re pentlngs 
[inttng, above] 

penticef 

prentice 

ap prentice 

[entiis, below] 
non com pos 
mentisll 

dentist 

Jbentest 

[ent, p. 76] 

ap prenticed 

as si entist 

dentists 
[entTst, above] 



pen dentive gently 

as sentive un gently 

in centive in tently 

at tentive 

por tentive gentling 

re tentive jentling 

ad ventive 

in ventive in dentmentf 

pre ventive re lentmentf 

re sent i ve| ab sentment 

in at tentive as sentmentf 

un at tentive con tentment 

ir re tentive pre sentment 

un re tentive re sentment 

un in ventive dis con tentment 

cir cum ventive 

re sentments 

pen dentives [e'ntme'nt,above] 
in centives 

lentoll 
cento)) 
me mentoll 
pi mento|| 
as si ento|| 
par a mento|| 
bas ti mentofH 
cin que-cento|| 
kentledge a yun ta mi ento|] 
[ent & ledge?] re par ti mi entof 
pro nun ci a- 
scentless mento|| 

re lentless pro nun ci a mi- 
re pentless ento|| 
con tentless 

me mentos 



pre ventives 

centism 
anti rentism 

gentle 
[ental, above] 



DOTBLE PJIYMES, 



[SntO, above] 


sel e no centric or 


im mo mentousf 




se le no centric 


un mo mentous 


entrails 


he li o centric 


at ra mentous 


put & rails? or 




ped e tentousf 


tn & trails?] 


ent'ring 


non est in ven- 




centring 


tus| 


central 


[entftr, below] 


[tfntis, above] 


ventral 


self-centring 




ex central 




enter 


sub central 


entries 


Jlentorll 


bi ventral? 


[entrl, above] 


Jmentorll 






renter 


entrance? 


mentumll 


Cent, p. 76] 


re-entrance 


nn guentum|| 


center or 




lo mentumll 


centre 


tor mentress 


mo mentum|| 


Jcentaur 


in ventress 


o mentum|| 


Jstentoi'l 




pi lentum|| 


tenter 


entry 


per-centum|| 


venter 


gentry 


au ri pig men- 


re-enter 


sentry or 


tumll 


sci enter|| 


centryf 




fre quenter 


mis entry 


mo mentums 


fo menter 


re-entry 


[Sntum, above] 


ce menter 






tor menter or 


centric 


lentous 


Jtor mentor 


a centric 


cru entousf 


tac centor|| 


ec centric 


un guentousf 


$bu centaur? 


ex centric 


mo mentous 


dis senter 


con centric 


pig mentous 


con center or 


par a centric 


sar mentous 


con centre 


ho mo centric 


to mentous 


tpre centor|| 


ge o centric 


por tentous 


re center! 


Jo vi centric? 


fil a mentous 


Jsuc centor 


Sat ur ni centric 


lig a mentous 


in ventor or 



378 DOUBLE RHYMES, 11 &p 


in venter 


penner 


benzole 


Jself-tor mentor 


tenor|| or 


ni tro benzole 


an ti-renter? 


tenour 




met a center 


coun ter tenor? 


p 


thip po centaur? 




lepal 


Jin ter ventor|| 


penners 


sepal? 


Jcir cum f e renter 


[gnfir, above] 








lepals 


entered 


envied 


sepals? 


[Sntur, above] 


un envied 




self -centered or 




^threepence? 


self-centred 


venew?f 


dis crepance? 


un entered 


venue? 






[en & you?] 


jeopard 


dis senters 




leopard 


[Sntftr, above] 


tenure 


Jlepered 




non-tenure 


Jpeppered 


venture 




Jshepherd 


de benture 


senza|| 


sea-leopard? 


in denture 


ca denza|| 




ad venture 


in flu enza|] 


strepentt 


a venture 




Jdis crepant? 


co ad venture 


Wednesday 




mis ad venture 


[gnz & day?] 


steppest 


per ad venture 




mis steppest 


[gnchur, above] 


Wednesdays 


out steppest 




[gnz & days?] 


o ver steppest 


ventured 






[entyur, above] 


Jfrenzied or 


steppeth 




tphrensied 


[e'pe'st, above] 


de bentures 


cleansed? 




[entyur, above] 


un cleansed? 


lepidf 






^stepped? 


im pennous 


benzine 


[Sp, p. 77] 


[enas, above] 


Jvenison? 


tepid 



RHYMES, 



870 



sub tepid 
in trepid 

epic 

Jepoch? 

or tko epic 

stepping 
[epe'st, above] 

de crepit 
[ep & it?] 

Jheppen* 
weapon? 

met a lepses?|| 
[Spsfs, below] 
Jmet a lepsies? 
[pst, below] 

a deptionf 

ab reption 

di reption 

e reptionf 

pro reption 

sub reption 

sur reption 

ac ceptionf 

de ception 

ex ception 

in ception 

con ception 

pro ceptiont 

per ception 



re ception 
sus ceptiont 
self-de ception 
mis con ception 
pre con ception 
ap per ception 
im per ception 
mis per ception 
in ter ception 
su per con cep- 
tion 

in tro re ception 
in tro sus ception 
in tus sus ception 

de ceptions 
[epshun, above] 

de ceptiousf 
ex ceptiousf 
con ceptiousf 

a pepsy? 
dys pepsy? 
eu pepsy? 
an a lepsy? 
cat a lepsy? 
met a lepsy? 
ep i lepsy? 
pros o po lepsy 

pepsin 
Istep-son 



pro lepsis|| 

syl lepsis|| 

pseu do blepsisil 

per i blepsis|| 

an a lepsis|| 

cat a lepsis|| 

met a lepsis|| 

ap o trepsisj 

ep an a lepsis|| 

heptade 
[epted, below] 

ac ceptance 
non-ac ceptance 

ac ceptant 
ex ceptant 

lepta|| 



a septa|| 

theptade 

ac cepted 

ex cepted 

un ac cepted 

un ex cepted 

in ter cepted 

un in ter cepted 

creptest 
Ja deptist 
in eptest 
[gpt, p. 77] 



380 



DOUBLE RHYMES, &p &T 



Jseptate 


de ceptive 


Jceriph 


septet or [Spshun, above] 


tscherif|| or 


septette]) 


pre ceptive 


$sherif|| or 


[gpt & it?] 


un ex ceptive 


JcheriffU or 




ir re ceptive 


Jshereef] 


ac cepteth 


in sus ceptive 


Jsheriff 


ex cepteth 




teraph 


in ter cepteth 


scepter or 


Jxeriff? 




sceptre|| 


Jun der sheriff 


peptic 


ac cepter or 




septic 


Jac ceptorll 


seraphs 


sceptic or 


Jex ceptor|| 


[grSf , above] 


skeptic 


Jin ceptor|| 




pro leptic 


tpre ceptor|| 


herald 


syl leptic 


in ter cepter 


Iperiled! 


dys peptic 




[grfl, below] 


eu peptic 


sceptred or 


co herald 


a septic 


sceptered 




an a leptic 


un sceptred! 


errand? 


cat a leptic 




tgcrund 


met a leptic 


scepters! 




ep i leptic 


[Sptur, above] 


errant 


an ti septic 




ab errant 


an a treptic 


leper 


Jde terrent?t 


a cat a leptic 


pepper 




ant ep i leptic 


ttepor?|| 


terras 


or gan o leptic 




[e'rvis, below] 


i a tro lepticf 


lepers 






[gpur, above] 


terra |i 


ep i leptics 




si erra|| 


[gptfk, above] 


r 






serrate 


|ab errance 


ac cepting 


[grit, below] 


trans ference? or 


[e'pte'th, above] 




trans ferrence? 




seraph 


de terrence?t 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



381 



errest? 


re buried 


mes en teric 


de ferrest? 


un buried 


am pho teric 


[fir, p. 161] 


Jout-Herod 


phy lac teric 






cho les teric? 


ferret 


derrick 


es o teric 


[ertt, below] 


ferric 


ex o teric 




cleric 


ne o teric 


erreth? 


spheric 


mas se teric 


pre f erreth? 


su beric 


sci a therict 


[fir, p. 161] 


Ho meric 


sci o theric 




kra meric 


ho 11103 o meric 


cerri?|| 


mes meric 


a lex i teric 


flos ferri?|| 


nu meric 


an ti-ic teric 




ge neric 




berry 


a eerie 


derricks 


bury 


en teric 


es o terics 


cherry 


hys teric 


[ertk, above] 


ferry 


ic teric 




wherry 


diph theric 


beryl 


merry 


per i pheric 


ferrule? 


perry 


at mos pheric 


ferule? 


serryf 


v pan e gyric? 


peril 


sherry 


met a meric 


tsquirrel? 


skerry 


pol y meric 


sterile 


very 


i so meric 


tverrel 


re bury 


con ge neric 


im peril or 


un bury 


sub ge neric 


em perilt 


e querry? 


hel i spheric 




win ter-berry? 


hem i spheric 


periled or 


win ter-cherry? 


per i spheric 


perilled 




plan i spheric 


[grfl, above] 


berried 


sem i spheric 




buried 


dim ac teric? 


beryls 


ferried 


dys en teric 


[grfl, above] 


serried 


li en teric 


merils 



882 



DOUBLE RHYMES, v r OS 



erring? 

herring 

ab erring?f 

un erring? 

[fir, p. 161] 

herrings 
[Siing, above] 

cherish 
perish 

cherished 

perished 

un cherished 

Jferrate 

Jferret 

gueritell 

Jwherrett 

merit 

nerite 

Jserrate 

Jskirret? 

Jteretf 

Jterret 

in herit 

de merit 

tbi serrate 

dis in herit 

o ver merit 

merits 
[grit, above] 



berries errour 

buries tcrror||or 

[Sri, above] terrour 
JXeres?|| 

terrors! 

heron [erur, above] 
perron|| 



Jserin 

herons 
[Sron, above] 

ferrule? 

ferule? 

perule 
cerule?f 
spherule 



OS 

essay? 
[8s & a?] 

message 

pesage 

presage? 

ex pressage 

tresayle 



hem i spherule [esl, below] 

spherules re dressal 

[erul, above] [Ssl, below] 

cherup in cessant 

sirup? [esfent, below] 



cherups 
[erup, above] 



bestial? 
ce lestial? 
sub ce lestial? 
ferrous un ce lestial? 
cerrusll su per ce lestial? 
Jsherrist 

JteiTace question 

Jterras [gstyun, p. 389] 

errorll or questioned 



DOUBLE RHYMES, OS 



[e'styund, p. 389] in can descence in co a lescence 
re cru descence re ju ve nescence 
blessed? flu or escence in ef f er vescence 
[Ss, p. 78] ac qui escence 

o pal escence essenced 

vessel in tur gescence quin tessenced 
[Ssl, below] su per crescencef 
del i quescence 



hy a lescence 
co a lescence 
rev a lescence 
in ca lescence 



essence 

pu bescence 

ru bescence 

fron descence 

can descence em mol lescence 
qui escence 
tur gescence 

con va lescence 
in tu mescence 
ev a nescence 
con se nescence 
ju ve nescence 
ar bo rescence 
ef flo rescence 
in flo rescence 
re flo rescence 
phos pho res- 
cence 
del i tescence 



ex crescence 

con crescence 

ca lescence 

spu mescence 

se nescence 

tor pescence 

a cescence 

fruc tescence 

quin tessence? 

lac tescence 

la tescence 

pe trescence 

pu trescence ob mu tescencef 
de fer vescence 
ef fer vescence 



vi trescence 
er u bescence 

ir i descence or ex ac er bescence 

i ri descence non-ac qui es- 

lap i descence cence 

vir i descence su per ex cres- 

ex can descence cence 



Jjessant 
crescent 
tcessant 
al bescent 
her bescent 
pu bescent 

ad o lescence [esens, above] 
ob so lescence ru fescent 

ni grescent 
su gescentf 
ac crescent 
de crescent 
in crescent 
li quescent 
cau lescent 
ig nescent 
ca nescent 
spi nescent 
pa pescent 
vi rescent 
a cescent or 
Jas cessantt 
glau cescent 
tin cessant 
mar cescent 
ran cescent 
lu tescent 



fla vescent 



384 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



fer vescent 


stressful un re freshing 


al ka lescent 


sue cessf ul 


a can lescent 


dis tressful re freshings 


vi o lescent 


un sue cessful [eshing, above] 


spin u lescent 




gan gre nescent 


special fleshly 


mat u rescent 


es pecial freshly 


suf fru tescent 




in ac qui escent 


Hessian fleshment 


an ti pu trescent 


[eshun, below] re freshment 


crescents 


nescience freshen 


qui escents 


prescience? [eshun, below] 


tin cessantst 




lap i descents 


freshest freshened 


con va lescents 


threshest tpro cessionedf 




[gsh, p. 78] 


dressest 


pressure 


[es, p. 78] 


freshet [eshur, below] 




[tesh & it?] 


cresset 


^freshen 


messet* 


flesheth JHessian 




[esh, p. 78] pression 


presseth 


cession 


[6s, p. 78] 


meshes session 




[esh, p. 78] con fession 


cressets 


pro fession 


[&sSt, above] 


fleshf ulf ag gression 




re freshful di gression 


blesses 


e gression 


dresses 


fleshy in gression 


[es, p. 78] 


meshy con gressiont 


lesses 


pro gression 


vesses* 


re freshing re gression 




[Mi, p. 78] trans gression 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 


S 385 


dis cretion 


precious 


blessings 


de pression 


[esh & us?] 


[esuig, above] 


ex pression 






im pression 


flesher 


crescive 


com pression 


fresher 


re dressive 


op pression 


^pressure 


ag gressive 


re pression 


thresher [eshun, above] 


sup pression 


[esh, p. 78] 


con crescive 


ac cession 


Jtressure 


ex cessive 


in session 


Jcom pressure 


un ag gressive 


con cession 


Jcoun ter pres- 


im pro gressivef 


ob session 


sure? 


un pro gressive 


pos session? 




in ex pressive 


pre cession 


Jmessieurs?!! 


un ex pressive 


pro cession 


^pressures 


un im pressive 


re cession 


threshers 


in op pressive 


se cession 


[eshur, above] 


un op pressive 


sue cession 




pred e cessive 


re tro gression? 


dressy 


un sue cessive 


in dis cretion 


jesse|| 




mis ex pression 


tressy 


frescadef 


re im pression 


in essell 


[esk & aid?] 


in tro pressionf 


de be ne esse|| 




dis pos session? 




descant? 


pre pos session? 


sessile 


[es & cant?] 


self-pos session? 


[esl, below] 




re pos session? 




bur lesquest 


su per session 


blessing 


gro tesquest 


in tro cession 


dressing 


[esk, p. 79] 


re tro cession? 


[es,p. 78] 




in ter cession 


un con fessing 


deskethf 


cir cum in cession 


un pos sessing? 


bur lesqueth 




un pre pos sess- 




sessions 


ing? 


deskingf 


[eshun, above] 




bur lesquing 



386 DOUBLE RHYMES, eS 


gro tesquely 


Jmesole 


cheslips 


pic tu resquely 


nestle 


Jkeslops 




pestle 




gro tesqueness 


wrestle 


nestler 


pic tu resqueness 


Jsessile 


wrestler 




Jtresayle 




fresco 


trestle or 


nestlers 


Ar a bo Te desco 


Jtresself 


wrestlers 


[gsk&o?] 


Jvessel 






Jim becile? 


Jfesels 


escrow 


Jre dressal 


nestles 


[s & crow? or 


un nestlet 


[esl, above] 


sk & r(J?] 


Jsub sessile 


^vessels 




o ver wrestle 




fescue 




chess-man 


rescue 


nestled 


Jchess-men 




[esl, above] 


desman 


fescued 




tdesmine 


rescued 


re dressless 


pressman 


un rescued 


sue cessless 


^pressmen 






ex press-man 


fescues 


wrestlest 


tex press-men 


rescues 


[esl, above] 








cessmentt 


Jeschar 


pestleth 


re dressment 


bur lesquer 


[sl, above] 


im pressment 


gro tesquer 




as sessment 




nestling? 


ps, p. 78] 


bur lesquers 


[esl, above] 


re-as sessment 



, above] 

nestlings? im pressments 
tchessel [Ssllng, above] [gsment, above] 
Jdecilt or 

tdecile cheslip lessen 

Jmesself |keslop lesson 



DOUBLE RHYMES, CS 387 


Jpesane 


testa|| 


mo lestful 




vestall 


[est, p. 79] 


lessened 


po desta|| 




lessoned 


si esta|| 


testy 


un lessened 


zen da vesta|| 


Jtestae?|| 


un lessonedf 




westy* 




po destas 


yesty 


mesole 


[e'sta' , above] 




[esl, above] 




prestige?! 




breasted 


vestige 


tdespot 


vested 




respite 


[est, p. 79] 


gestic 




un rested 


as bestic 


Jdespots 


un tested 


a grestic 


respites 


un in fested 


ma jestic 




in di gested 


te lestict 


hesper|| 


un di gested 


te lestich? 


vesper|| 


un re quested 


do mestic 




un mo lested 


al ka hestic 


hespers 


un ar rested 


un ma jestic 


vespers 


un at tested 


cat a chrestic 




in con tested 


un do mestic 


Jsestet or 


un con tested 


an am nestic 


Jsestett or 


un pro tested 


an a pestic 


tsestettejl 


un di vested 




testate 


un in vested 


do mestics 


in testate 




[estik, above] 


ab in testate 


rest est 






[&st, p. 79] 


destine 


festal 




Jclit ston 


vestal 


testeth 


tteston||t 




[fat, p. 79] 


as bestine 


gestantf 




Jse bcsten 


restant 


jestful 


clan destine 


con testant 


restful 


pre destine 



388 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



ce lestine? 


westlingf 


pa IsestraH 


in testine 








nestlings? 


tbreast-rails 


destined 


westlingsf 


kestrels 


pre destined 




[e'stra'l, above] 


un destined 


vestment 






sug gestment?f 


t oestrus? || 


vesting 


ar restment 


Jlestrisll 


westing 


di vestmentt 


sug gestress? 


[est, p. 79] 


in vestment 


an cestress? 


un resting 


re-in vestment 




un de testing 




estrich 




vestments 


[est & rich?] 


vestings 


[e'stme'nt, above] 




westings 




estridge 


[e'stmg, above] 


presto || 


[&t & ridge?] 




man i festoj] 




destines 




or chestric 


[gstm, above] 


cheston 


[Sstrft, above] 




[Sstm, above] 




festive 




lestrisll 


restive 


se questrate 


[estres, above] 


in festivef 


fe nestrate 




di gestive 




ma estro|| 


con gestive 


Jbreast-rail 


[est & ro?] 


sug gestive? 


Jkestrel 




in vestivef 


[estrelz, below] 


oestrum?!! 


un sug gestive? 


fe nestral 


se questrumll 




cam pestral 




crestless 


an cestral? 


oestrus? || 


restless 




[estres, above] 


con testless 


cestra?!! 




[est, p. 79] 


[estrum, below] 


cestusU 




or chestra?|| 


as bestous 


nestling? 


pa lestra or 


Jas bestos|| or 



DOtTBLE KHYMES, s 380 

as bestus|| [estfir, above] [estyur, above] 



fester 


test-word 


cu pressus|| 


Jgestorf 


westward 


con sessusjl 


jester 






tqusestor?|| or 


bestial? 


dresser 


Jquestor 


[eschal, above] 


lesser 


pester 




Jlessor? 


presterf 


question 


cesser or 


tester 


di gestion 


cessor 


yester 


6 gestion 


con fesser 


se quester 


in gestion 


con fessor?|| 


sa mester or 


con gestion 


pro fessor|| 


sa mestre 


sug gestion? 


ag gressor|| 


se mester|| 


in di gestion 


e gressor 


tri mester 


pre di gestion 


trans gressor|| 


ar rester or 


mis sug gestion? 


Jco lessor 


Jar restor 




de pressor 


at tester or 


questioned 


com pressor 


tat testor 


un questioned 


op pressor|] 


Jin vestor 




sup pressor|l 


south wester 


con gestions 


du ressor 


o ver pester 


[gstyun, above] 


as sessor|| 






in sessor]] 


festered 


esturet 


con sessor||t 


[e'sttir, above] 


gesture 


pos sessor? || 




vesture 


sue cessor? || 


hesternf 


pur presture or 


co-as sessor 


testern 


pour presture 


pred e cessor 


western 


di vesturef 


dis pos sessor? 


yestern 




pre pos sessor? 


north-western 


gestured 


an te cessor|| 


south-western 


vestured 


in ter cessor|| 


un der pos sessor? 


pesters 


gestures 






22* 





390 



DOtTBLE RHYMES, &S 



op pressors 


gettest 


a weather 


[Ssur, above] 


[t, p. 80] 


al to gether 




Jdi e tetist 


o ver weather 


messuage 






[&S & wage?] 


letteth 


feathered 




[t, p. 80] 


[triur, above] 


creswell 




un feathered 


[& & well?] 


bretfulf 


un tethered 




fretful 




pressure 


threatful 


weathers 


[e'shftr, above] 


for getf ul 


[e*tliftr, above] 




re gretf ul 




t 


un for getful 


betty or 


metal? 




betteef 


[8tl, below] 


bethel*|| 


fretty 




ethelf 


jetty or 


gam betta|| 


Jmethyl? or 


jetteelJ 


co detta|| 


Jmethyle 


netty?H 


bur letta|| 




petit?! 


ar i etta|| 


breathfulf 


petty 




deathful 


pretty? 


gam bettas 




sweaty 


[Sta, above] 


breathless 


con cettill 




deathless 




debted 




fetid! 


Jfetid or 


(tn) 


[gtSd, above] 


tfoetid 


feather 




petted 


heather 


metic? 


[, p. 80] 


whether 


ta betic 


in debted 


leather 


aux etic 


un fretted 


nether 


no etic 


un a betted 


tether 


po etic 


un in debted 


weather 


Ja phetic 


un re gretted 


wether 


pro phetic 


in ter fretted 


to gether 


Gan getic 



DOTtBLE RHYMES, &t 301 


syn cretic? 


di a betic 


an aes thetic! 


ath letic 


al pha betic 


ep i thetic 


au letict 


as yn detic 


cos mo thetic 


bo letic 


ge o detic 


nom o thetict 


col letic 


ab i etic 


syni pa thetic 


e metic 


al o etic 


un pa thetic 


her metic 


un po etic 


hy po thetic or 


co metic 


un pro phetic 


hyp o thetic 


cos metic 


ex e getic 


an ti thetic 


mi metic? 


en er getic 


di a no etic 


pho netic 


syn er getic 


chy lo po etic 


fre netic? or 


cat e chetic 


myth o po etic 


phre netic? 


horn i letic 


a pol o getic 


ge netic 


am u letic 


in en er getic 


ki netic 


ant e metic 


an ti e metic 


mag netic 


par e neticf 


log a rith metic 


sple netic? 


un mag netic 


met a ge netic 


thre netic 


di ar rhetic or 


pol y ge netic? 


her petic 


di ar rhcetic 


his to ge netic 


phlo retic 


ap y retic 


di a mag netic 


ou retic 


cath e retic 


par a mag netic 


u retic 


is chu retic 


an ti sple netic? 


a cetic? 


anch o retic 


di a pho retic 


as cetic 


Mas o retic 


un the o retic 


dip setic 


pleth o retic 


an ti py retic 


Do cetic 


the o retic 


pyr o a cetic? 


syn tetic 


em po retic 


per i pa tetic 


ze tetic 


syn te retic 


ag o no thetic 


ba theticf 


di u retic 


the o pa thetic 


dys thetic 


e qui setic or 


un sym pa thetic 


ses thetic or 


eq ui setic 


an ti pa thetic 


es thetic 


di e tetic 


pol y syn thetic 


pa thetic 


ap a thetic 


ga lac to poi etic 


pros thetic 


ep en thetic 


un a pol o getic 


syn thetic 


par en thetic 


e lee tro-mag- 



392 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



netic 


kettle 


nettlers 


id i o pa thetict 


metal? 


settlers 


o nom a to po- 


mettle 




etic or on o- 


nettle 


kettles 


mat o po etic 


Jpetal 


[Stl, above] 




Jcetyle 




po etics 


settle 


hetman 


e metics 


re settle 


[St & man?] 


[etfk, above] 


un settle 




py retics 




hetman's 


cyn e getics 


nettled 


[et & man's?] 


strat e getics 


[etl, above] 




phon as cetics 


dis mettledt 


a betment 






[et, p. 80] 


etym 


debtless 


re vetment 


[$t & him?] 


[gt & less?] 








a betments 


betting 


nettlest 


[etmc-iit, above] 


[, p. 80] 


[8tl, above] 




bletting 




fretten 


retting 


settleth 


threaten 


un setting 


[etl, above] 




un sweating 




threatened 




settling 


un threatened 


frettings 


[etl, above] 




[Sting, above] 




setness 




settlings 


wetness 


lettuce 


[Stling, above] 




tprin cettas 




Ghetto|| 




fetlock 


jetteau 


pettish 


[et & 15k?] 


pettoll 


wettish 




li bretto] 


co quettish 


nettler 


du etto|| 




settler 


lar ghetto|| 


fettle* 




sti lettoll 



DOUBLE RHYMES, et 



393 



pal metto cli no metric 

no netto|| ge o metric 

fer retto|| chron o metric 

bas setto|| [Smitftr, p. 715] 

fal setto] log o metric 

con cetto|| mon o metric 

quin tetto|| ped o metric 

ses tetto|| rhe o metric 

sex tetto stich o metric 

ca vetto|| py ro metric or 

cor vetto pyr o metric 

ter zetto|| hyp so metric 

am a detto i so metric 

al le gretto|| or tho metric 

laz a retto|| pho to metric 

vol u metric 

sti lettoed mon o di metric 

[Bt & od?] cy lin do metric 

ca lor i metric 

li brettos en dos mo metric 

[e"to, above] trig o no metric 

o zo no metric 

metric eii di o metric 

tetrict mag net o metric 

di metric go ni o metric 

tri metric a re o metric 

[fmftur, p. G89] ste re o metric or 

ob stetric ster e o metric 

di a metric a er o metric 

hex a metric i so bar o metric 

[Smltur, p. 627] 



hy dro metric 

hy gro metric 

plan i metric 

ther mo metric 



pres tezza|| 
mor bi dezza|| 

ca detship 



[et & ship?] 

Petzite 

[& & sit?] 

betso|| 

mezzo?|| 

in ter mezzo?|| 

[St & so?] 

better 

bettor 

debtor 

fetter 

fretter 

[gt, p. 80] 

jetter 

letter 

setter 

tetter 

a better or 

a bettor 

be detter 

en fetterf 

un fetter 

belles-lettres|| 

un der setter 

fettered 
[gtur, above] 
un lettered 

betters 
[e'tu'r, above] 



394 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



fretwork 


chevy 


tLevyne 


network 


heavy 


tplevinf 




clevy 


seven 


v 


levee?|| 


yevenf 


bevel? 


levy 


e leven 


Jbevile 


re plevy 


tre plevin 


Jdevil 


o ver heavy 


o ver leaven? 


kevel 






level 


levied 


leavened 


revel 


un levied 


[Svn, above] 


Jbe devil 


re plevied 


un leavened 


Jsea-devil? 






un level 


bevile 


seventh 


di shevel? 


[e've'l, above] 


e leventh 


Jdem i-devil? 








re plevin 


sevenths 


leveled or 


[Svn, below] 


e levenths 


levelled 






[eVel, above] 


clevis 


leavens 


un leveled! 


crevice 


[eVn, above] 




crevis* 




revels 




ever 


[eVel, above] 


levies 


clever 




[gvl, above] 


lever? 


cheven 




never 


[eVn, below] 


bevel? 


sever 




devil 


en deavor or 


crevet 


[eVel,. above] 


en deavour 


levetf 




for ever 


trevet* 


tcheven 


who ever 




heaven 


how ever 


crevets 


leaven 


wher ever 


[8v8t, above] 


levenf 


when ever 




|leven* 


whence everf 


bevy 


Jlevinf 


which ever 



DOUBLE RHYMES, &V la 



395 



what ever 

so ever 

mi never? 

as severf 

dis sever 

who so ever 



pheasants 

whom so ever [ezant, above] 
whose so ever 



^present treasures 

sea-pheasant? [gzhur, above] 
un pleasant 

Jbezanll 
resin 
mu ezzin 
o le o-resin 



torn ni present 



how so ever 


bezel? 


resins 


where so ever 


[fczl, below] 


[8zm, above] 


when so ever 






whence so ever 


tpleasance? 


bezel? 


which so ever 


presence . 


bezzlef 


what so ever 


om ni presence 


em bezzle or 


whith er so ever 


plu ri presencef 


im bezzlet 




mul ti presence 




severed 




gesling* 


ten deavored! 


present 


em bezzling 



dis severed [ezant, above] 
un severed 



la 



un dis severed 


leisure? 


liagef 




measure 


viaget 


levers? 


pleasure 




[eVur, above] 


treasure 


striate 




mis measure 


[iSt, below] 


Sz 


out measure 




bezan|| 


re measure 


la 


[gzln, below] 


dis pleasure 


dyad 




un treasure 


dryad 


pleasance? 


o ver measure 


triad 


[e'z&ns, below] 




Jtried? 




measured 


[I, p. 82] 


pheasant [Szhur, above] 


Jer e miad or 


peasant 


un leisured? 


|Jer e miadeJl 


pleasant 


un measured 





396 



1 DOUBLE RHYMES, la la 


dryads 


iambs? 


o le fiant? 


[ld, above] 


lyamsf 


self -re liant 






in com pliant 


Dyak? 


Chian 


- 


el e giac? 


[I5n, p. 409] 


giants 






[Ifint, above] 


dial 


^science 




phial 


af fiance 


bias 


gyall 


de fiance 


dry as || 


tnihilll 


al liauce 


Jdryos 


prial 


re liance 


eyas 


rial? 


ap pliance 


lias)) 


ryal 


com pliance 


niasf or 


trial 


Jin science?! 


nyasf 


vial 


mis al liance 


Jpious 


Jviol 


re al liance 


trias 


sub dialf 


self -re liance 


un bias 


de crial 


dis com pliance 


Mes sias?l[ 


de nial 


in com pliance 


Jni si prius?|| 


es pial 


non-com pliance Jan ti bac chius? || 


pa rial 






mis trial 


Jlionced 


biased! 


Jbass-viol? or 


Jsciencedf 


p&t, below] 


Jbase-viol? 


af fianced 




self -de nial 


un af fianced 


fiat?|| 






[Ie% below] 


dialed or 


giant 




dialled 


Jclient 


la 


phialed! 


pliant 


Shiah?|| 




af fiant 


stria?|| 


trials 


de fiant 


via?|| 


[lal, above] 


' re liant 


du lia?|| 




com pliant 


Mes siah|| 


iamb? 


un pliant 


la tria?|| 


lyamf 


Jin scient? 


as the nia?|] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, la Id 



397 



psy chi a tria?|| 


[Ib, p. 83] 


fibrous 






sub fibrous 


byard 


twibil 




Jhired 


[Ibel, above] 


briber 


[ir, p. 88] 




fibre or 


liard?f 


im bibing 


fiber 




[Ib, p. 83] 


giber 


Ib 


un sub scribing 


[Ib, p. 83] 


tribal 




liber?|| 


[Ibel, below] 


im bibings 






[IbTng, above] 


fibered or 


ibex?|| 




fibred 


[I & becks?] 


bible 


[I & bird?] 




[ibSl, above] 




tbible 




bribers 


libel 


bribeless 


[Ibftr, above] 


Jtribal 


[Ib & less?] 




Jtwibil 




ich 


be libel 


librate 


righteous? 


in ter libel 


vibrate 


self-righteous? 




re vibrate 


un righteous? 


libeled or 


e qui librate 


o ver righteous? 


libelled 






[Ibel, above] 


librates 


Id 




[Ibrat, above] 


Friday 


libels 




[Idl, below] 


[Ib81, above] 


fibril 






Jlibralf 


guidage 


Jlibantf 




hidage or 


de scribent 


pibroch? 


hydage 




Jtribrach 




bribest 




bridal 


fib, p. 83] 


pibrochs? 


tbridle 




Jtribrachs 


didal 


as cribeth 




iidle 



DOUBLE KIIYMES, Td 



Jidol 


de cided 


side-wheels 


Jidyl? 


[Id, p. 84] 


tide-wheels 


Jsidle 


un de rided 




tidal 


un de cided 


JFriday 


Jtwidle? 


in di vided 


tidy 


Jun bridle 


un di vided 


tydyt 


Jun idle 


un pro vided 


vide?H 


co-tidal 




un tidy 


horn i cidal? 


Jdidym prop a gan da fi- 


reg i cidal 


idem?|| 


de?|| 


su i cidal? 


Jquidam?! 




frat ri cidal? 


i bidem?H 


idyl? 


mat ri cidal? 




[Idal, above] 


par ri cidal 


strident 




pat ri cidal? 


trident 


riding 


sep ti cidal 


Jdi vidantf 


[id, p. 84] 


lu ni tidal? 




tridingf 


loc u li cidal 


hidest 


un a biding 


ty ran ni cidal 


fid, p. 84] 


un de ciding 


fis tu lidan 


bideth 


ridings 


[idn, below] 


[Id, p. 84] 


[Idmg, above] 






sidings 


guidance 


prideful 


tidings 


a bidancef 


[Id & full?] 




mis guidance 




tidies 


Jsub sidence 


side-gate 


[Idez, above] 




tide-gate 




fides?]] 




bridle 


Jtidies 


side-gates 


[Idal, above] 


Jtydiesf 


tide-gates 








bridled 


ttidied 


side-wheel 


[Idl, above] 


un chided 


tide-wheel 




un guided 




guideless 



DOUBLE RHYMES, id 1 



idlesst or 


piedness 


didus?|| 


idlessef 


wideness 


nidus?|| 


pridelessf 






tideless 


widens 


glider 




[Idn, above] 


hider 


idlest 




eider|| 


[Idl, above] 


dido?|| 


rider 




[I & do?] 


ryder 


sidleth 




cider or 


[Idl, above] 


didos 


cyderf 




[I & doz?] 


sider 


idly 




spider 


widely 


idol 


Jstridorll 




[Idal, above] 


out rider? 


bridling 




sea-spider? 


[Idl, above] 


hydrate 


pro vider 


sideling 


[Id & rate?] . 


[Id, p. 84] 


sidling 








hydrant 


spiders 


bridlings 


[Id & rant?] 


[Idur, above] 


[Idling, above] 








hydra?H 


brides-man 


bridler 


clep sydra?|| 


Jbrides-men 


idler 




sidesman 




hydras? 1 


Jsidesmen 


bridlers 


clep sy drae?| 


tidesman 


idlers 




Jtidesmen 




pol y hydrite 




widen 


[Id & rtt?] 


le 


|te thydan 




skyey 


|fis tu lidan 


hydrous 


striae?! 




hydrus?|| 


vige?|( 


widened 


an hydrous 




un widened 


en hydrous 


1^ 



science 



[la'ns, above] 


If 


trifled 




biform 


[ifl, above] 


client 


pliform 


un rifled 


[lant, above] 


triform 


un stifled 


Jbiased or 


Jfifed? 


lifeless 


Jbiassed 


[If, p. 84] 


wifeless 


[la's, above] 


bifid 




driest 


trifid 


triflest 


highest 


sub trifid 


[ifl, above] 


[I, p. 82] 






}el e giast? 


hyphen 


stifleth 




tlifenf 


[Ifl, above] 


diet 


|siphon|| or 




tflatq 


Jsyphon 


lifelike 


Jeyot? 


JTyphonll 


. un wif elike 


quiet 


|triphane|| 




piet or 




lifelyt 


tpiot or 


hyphens 


rifely 


tpyot 


[Ifgn, above] 


wifely 


Jriot 






JryotU 


fifest 


stifling 


Jstriate 


rifest 


[Ifl, above] 


dis quiet 


[If, p. 84] 


un trifling 


un quiet 






Jmul ti striate 


lifeful 


stiflings 




strifeful 


[Ifllng, above] 


sigheth 






[I, p. 82] 


fifing 


rifler 


tgo liath] 


|knifing 


[Ifl, above] 


diets 


rifle 


riflers 


[iSt, above] 


stifle 


[Iflur, above] 




trifle 








trifles 



DOUBLE RHYMES, If it 



401 



[Ifl, above] 


au ri^a? i 


digram 




quad riga?|| 


trigram 


siphon! 






[Ifen, above] 


diglyph 


digrams 




triglyph 


trigrams 


siphoid 


mon o triglyph? 




typhoid 




migrant 


xiphoid? 


diglyphs 


[I & grant?] 




[Iglif, above] 




scyphus?|| 




nigrine or 


Jtyphos?iit 


ru bigo?|| 


nigrin 


typhous 


lo ligo?|| 


tigrine 


typhus?|| 


mel ligo?|| 






ser pigo?f|| 


Jligure? 


bifer?|| 


pru rigo?|| 


tiger 


fifer 


len tigo?|| 


man tiger? 


rifer 


ver tigo?|| 




cipher 


im pe tigo?|| 


Ih 


de cipher 


in ter trigo?|| 


heigh-ho 






[I & ho? ; lo, p. 


ciphered 


bygone 1 


408] 


de ciphered 


Jligan 




un de ciphered 


trigon 


fl 




trygon|| 


skyey 


flfers 




[le, above] 


[If fir, above] 


migrate 






re migrate? 


dying 


dryfoot 


[I & grfft?] 


dyeing 


[I &^foot?] 




frying 




digraph 


[I, p. 82] 


IT 


trigraph 


snying 


trigoin 




tying 


au rigal 


digraphs 


vying 




trigraphs 


un dying 


biga?|] 




un sighing 



402 



DOUBLE RHYMES, it lk 



o ver lying 

non-com plying 

un com plying 

fryings 
[Img, above] 

dryish 
skyishf 



bigse?|| 
[Igii, above] 

hygiene? 
Jtrigyn 

digest? 
o bligest? 
dis o bligest? 
[I & jest?] 

o bliges? 
dis o bliges? 

o bliging? 

dis o bliging? 

un o bliging? 

un dis o bliging? 

o bligement?t 
dis o bligement? 

o bliger? 
dis o bliger? 



Ik 

plicate 

spicate 

bi plicate? 

ses qui plicate? 

Iglycol 

Jcycle 

I si clef 

psychal 

in i mical? 

mica|| 

pica|| 

plica?j| 

spica?|| 

trica?|| 

e rica?|| 

lo rica?| 

my rica?]| 

lee tica?l| 

bicorn 
tricorn 

dicast 
high-caste? 
[Ike'st, below] 

psyche?|| 
[Ikl, below] 

lichened? 
^likened 
[Ik & end?] 



tdicast 
[Ikast, above] 

likest 
[Ik, p. 85] 

striketh 
[Ik, p. 85] 

likehoodf 
[Ik & hood?] 

psyche?|| 
spiky 

psychic 
[I & kick?] 

psychics 
[I & kicks?] 

liking 
[Ik, p. 85] 
viking 

likings 
[Iking, above] 

pikelet* 
spikelet 

pikelets* 
spikelets 

likely 
ob liquely? 



un likely 

cycloid 
ep i cycloid 

Jeikon?|| or 

Jicon?||t 

Jlichen?|| 

liken 

dis liken 

un likenf 

likeness 
[Iktf, above] 

fico?|| 
mico?|| 

en deictic 
ep i deictic 
ap o deictic 

ficus?|| 

|cycas?|| 

spicous 

Jon o brychis?|| 

diker 
[Ik, p. 85] 
|ichor?|| 

dikers 
[Ikftr, above] 



RHYMES, Ik 
Jnon liqiiet?] 

si quis?|| 
Jin iquousf 

Tl 

milage or 
mileage 
pilage 

lilac or 
lilach 
[l&lSk?] 
Jshylock 

lilacs! 
[Ilak, above] 

smilax?|| 
[Ileks, below] 

Jguylenedf 
highland 
[I & land?] 

island 



Tl 



463 

mildest 

wildest 

un mildest 

childingf 
wilding 

childish 
[lid, p. 86] 

childlyf 
mildly 
wildly 



mildness 
[Ildll, above] 

bileduct 
chyle-duct 

aisled? 
filed? 
[II, p. 85] 
Jeyelid 



[Ilum, below] 

phylarch 
sky-lark 

phylarchs 
sky-larks 



silex?|| 

pet ro silex?|| or 
pe tro silex?|| 
[Ilaks, above] 

silenced 
un silenced 



liquate 



childestf 



smilest 



404 



[ DOUBLE RHYMES, ll 


Jstylist 


slily 


kyloes 


vilest 


Jvilely 


plo, above] 


[11, p. 85] 


wily 






an cile?|| 


bilestone 


eyelet 


un wily 


milestone 


islet 


o ver highly 


tile-stone 


Jpilot 






stylet 


filing 


milestones 




[11, p. 85] 


piston, above] 


de fileth 


hilingf 




[11, p. 85] 


* 


lnlum?|| 




filings 


whilomt 


islets 


[Iltng, above] 


pilum?] 


[!!&, above] 




a sylum|| 




guileless 




guileful 


smileless 


Jeyeless 


wileful 


plus, below] 


chylous 






pilous 


skylight 


de filement 


stylus?|| 


stylite 


be guilement 


de pilous? 


twilight 


ex ilement 


pile's, above] 


xylite 


com pilement 






re vilement 


filar 


skylights 


re com pilement 


filer 


[Hit, above] 


rec on cilement? 


[11, p. 85] 


ir rec on cilement? 


hilar 


dryly or 




stilar or 


drily 


de filements 


stylar 


highly [Ilme'nt, above] 


tiler 


kyleyll 




tyler 


nighlyt 


shiloh|| 


de filer 


rily 


silo 


a stylar 


shyly or 




sub stylar or 


shily 


bilobed 


sub stilar 


slyly or 


trilobed 


u ni filar? 



DOUBLE KHYMES, H In 



405 



cy clo stylar 


timan?|| 


primely 




Jpieman 


timely 


filers 


piemen 


sub limely 


[ilur, above] 


tprimine 


un timely 




vimen?|| 




Im 


Ji so chimene 


primeness 


climate 


fal si crimen?|| 


sub limeness 


primate 






JzaimetU 


climbest 


Jdrimys?|| 


ac climate 


Jrhymist 


chymous 


con climatef 


ttimist 


limous 


e limatef 


[Imists, below] 


primus?) 


arch primate 


sub limest 


rimous 




[Im, p. 86] 


Jcimiss 


climates 




cymous 


[Imat, above] 


rhymeth 


Jcymose? 




[Im, p. 86] 


simous 


climaxll 




thymus?|| 


limax?|| 


grimy 


timoust 


an ti climaxll 


limy 


Jim primis?! 




rimy 




primal 


slimy 


chimer 


i so cheimal or 


thymy 


climber 


i so chimal 




primer? 


i so crymal 


priming 


rhymer 




[Im, p. 86] 


rimer 


rima?|| 




[Im, p. 86] 


cyma?|| or 


primings 


scrimerf 


sirna?] 


[Immg, above] 


|symar 


ec thyma?|| 








rhymists 


climbers 


Jflyman 


[Imest, above] 


[Imur, above] 


flymen 






highmen 


rhymeless 


In 


hymen?|| 


timeless 


Mnate 



406 



DOUBLE RHYMES, In 



kinate 


an ti clinals 


dat u rina?|| 


Jcrinet 




jam a cina?|| 


quinate 


dynam 


er y thryna?|| 


e chinate? 


[Inum, below] 


Bi o tina?|| 


in fra spinate 




ver a trina?|| 




china? 


al va-ma rina?|| 


pinax?||f 


quina?|| 




[Ine'ks, below] 


mina?|| 


dinar|| 




um brina?|| 


[Inftr, below] 


binalf 


pru ina?|| 




final 


the ina?|| 


blinded 


crinalf 


an gina?|| 


grindedf 


Jcrinel 


sa gina?|| 


minded 


rhinal 


va gina?|| 


[ind, p. 87] 


spinal 


she kinah?|| or 


un minded 


Jspinel? 


she chinah?|| 


un re minded 


trinal 


tri china?l| 




va ginal? 


quin quina?|| 


findest 


syn clinal 


sa.lina?|| 


[ind, p. 87] 


en crinal 


tel lina?|| 




e quinal 


strych nina?|| 


bindeth 


ca ninal 


fa rina?|| 


[Ind, p. 87] 


pis cinal? 


ca rina?|| 




vi cinal? 


tho rina?|| 


blindfold 


pre spinal 


dra cina?|| 


un blindfold 


i so clinal 


glu cina?|| 




an ti clinal 


pis cina?l| 


mindful 


med i cinal? 


vac cina?|| 


re mindful 


su pra spinal 


jan thina?|| 


un mindful 


in ter spinal 


vi trina?|| 


[ind & full?] 


mat u tinal 


jer vina?|| 






pseu do-china? 


binding 


Jcrinels 


pal u dina?|| 


[ind, p. 87] 


^spinels? 


me an drina?|| 




syn clinals 


sol a nina?|| 


bindings 



DOUBLE KHYMES, Til 



407 



[Indfng, above] high-necked cy prini?|| 

wrynecked [Intis, below] 
kindlessf 

mindless crinel quinine? 

rindless [Inal, above] [I & nine?] 



blindly 


ad finem?|| 


finite 


kindly 


[Inum, below] 


crinite 


[Ind, p. 87] 




pinite? 




dryness or 


plat y crinite 


blindness 


driness 




kindness 


Jfinis?|| 


. briny 


[tod, p. 87] 


highnesf 


|minae?|| 


dis kindness 


wryness 


miny 


o ver kindness 


shyness or 


piney 




shiness 


piny 


binder 


slyness! 


shiny 


blinder 


Jspinous 


sine?|| 


grinder 


spryness 


spiny 


hinder? 


[I, p. 82; tone's 


tiny? or 


[Ind, p. 87] 


& Intis, below] 


tynyt 






viny 


binders 


dinest 


winy 


[Indur, above] 


tdynast 


cas sine?|| 




finest 


pav o ninae?!! 


minse?|| 


[In, p. 86] 




[ml, below] 




lining 




pineth 


pining 


high-neck 


[In, p. 86] 


re pining 


Jkinic 




[In, p. 86] 


Jpinic 


de signful? 


un con fining 


wryneck 


[in & full?] 


un de clining 






un re pining 


tpinax?IJt 


del phini?!! 


un de signing? 


wrynecks 


e chini?|| 





408 



DOUBLE KHYMES, In TO 



linings 


kino?|| 


e chinus?)! 


[mlng, above] 


crino?|| 


de clinous 




rhino 


sa linousf 


cynips?|l 


al bino? 


cy prinus?|| 


Je cliinops?|| 


ju re di vino?]| 


gy rinus?l| 






Jbi spinose 


brinish 


spinose? 


thyl a cinus?|| 


swinish 


[Inus, below] 


in ter spinous 






ser pen tinous? 


wineless 


clinoid 


[Ine's & InneX 


con fineless? 


crinoid 


above] 


de signless 








kinoyle 


tdinar|| 


finely 


[In & oil?] 


finer 


in dignly 




[in, p. 86] 


con dignly 


swine-stone 


liner 


ma lignly 


wine-stone 


miner 


be nignly 




minor)] 


su pinely 


tdynam 


signer 


di vinely 


crinum?|| 


ma ligner 


[In, p. 861 


tad finem?|| 


de signer? 




tho rinum?|| 


con signer or 


con finement 


glu cinum?|| 


con signor? 


re finement 


pla tinum?|| 


di viner 


a lignment 


pet ro se linum?H 




as signment 


me di as tinum?|| 


miners 


con signment 




[Inftr, above] 


re signment 


binous 




[in, p. 86] 


minus?|| 


Io 




pinus?|| 


Jheigh-ho 


fineness 


sinus?|| 


io?|| 


[Intf, above] 


Jspinose? 


Clio?|| 


sa lineness 


spinous 


trio?l| 


su per fineness? 


vinous 




pnes, above] 


del phinus?|| 


ios? 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 15 lp 



409 



[lo, above] my lo-hyoid 


con dis ciple 


sty lo hyoid 


Jar che typal? 


16 




viol Ip 


dis cipled 


[lal, p. 396] biped 


un dis cipledf 


striped? 




Jhyenf [Ip, p. 88] 


ripen 


Jeyenf Jtripod? 


o ver ripen 


ion? || par al lei o piped? 




JChian 


ripened 


Jlien? bipeds 


Jstipend 


lion [Iped, above] 


un ripened 


cion or 


o ver ripened 


scion stipend 




Jstyanf or [Ipnd, below] 


ripeness 


Jstianf 


un ripeness 


Zion|| pipest 


o ver ripeness 


sea-lion ripest 




JTha lian [Ip, p. 88] 


hypo 


tco niine 


typo 


. tHa waiian wipeth 




JPar a guayan [lp, p. 88] 


triposil 


JHim a layan 


Jbrach y typous 


dan de lion? gripeful 




pad e lion [ip & full?] 


cypress 




[I & press?] 


lions striping 


cypres|| 


[I5n, above] [lp, p. 88] 


$cypris|| 


ttriens?] 


Jcyprusllt 



stripings sum rner-cypress 
riot [Iping, above] 

[let, p. 400] griper 

Jstipel hyper|| orf 

hyoid Jtypal piper 

pyoid dis ciple riper 



DOUBLE EHYMES, Ip IF 


viper 


as pirant? 


ireful 


wiper 


ex pirant 


gyrefulf 




Jsein per virentf 


de sirefulf 


pipers 






[Ipur, above] 


spirants 


Ca biri?fl 


cipers 


[Irimt, above] 


ca chiri?|| 






pa pyri?|| 


Ir 


lyra?|] 




irate 


he gira?|| or 


irite 


gyrate 


he jira?|l 


Ar to tyrite 


lyrate 


pal myra?l| 


[I & rlt?] 


pirate 


e peira?H 




de liratef 




fiery? 


cir cum gyrate?! 


tiredness 


firyt 


le vo gyrate 


re tiredness 


eyrie? or 






eyry? 


hyrax?|| 


bireme 


miry 


styrax?|| 


trireme 


squiryf 






spiry 


gyralf 


biremes 


wiry 


pyralf 


triremes 


trans ire?l 


spiral 




en quiry or 


tstyrole 


siren! U 


in quiry 


Jvirile? 


[Ir6n, below] 


un miry 


sus piral 




ve nire?]| 


con cho-spiral 


direst 


prsem u nire?|] or 


mul ti spiral 


hirest 


prem u nire 




[Ir, p. 88] 




spirals 


Jirised 


firing 


sus pirals 


Jlyrist? 


[ir, p. 88] 






un tiring 


gyrantf 


tireth 


un in quiring 


spirant 


[ir, p. 88] 


un ad miring 


tyrant 




un as piring 


Jvirent 


direful 


un de siring 



DOUBLE KHYMES, IF IS 411 


firings 


Jhirenf 


pa pyrus?|| 


[Irmg, above] 


iron? 


de sirous 




gyron?|| 


un de sirous 


dirish 


Jsiren?|| or 




[ir, p. 88] 


tsyren 


direr 


Irish 


Jtyranf 


con spirer 




en viron 


[ir, p. 88] 


in quiries! 


lep i do siren? || 




[Irt, above] 




con spirers 




ironed? 


[Irur, above] 


fireless 


en vironed 




hireless 




Is 


tireless 


irons? 


ice-boat 


de sireless 


[IrQn, above] 


ad vice-boat 


direly 


fireship 


ice-boats 


squirely 


squireship 


ad vice-boats 


en tirely or 






in tirelyf 


fireships 


dice-box 




squireships 


ice-box 


hireling 






tirelingt 


fire-stone 


ice-bird 




irestone 


[is & bird?] 


ac quirement 






re quirement 


fire-stones 


Nicene 


re tirement 


irestones 


an te nicene 






[I & sen?] 


ac quirements 


tiresome 




[Irme'nt, above] 


[Ir & sum?] 


crises)] 






phthises?! 


direness 


|iris?|| 




en tireness 


irousf 


licensed 




pyrus?|| 


re licensed 


tiro?|| 


virus?!! 


un licensed 


tyro?|| 


a pyrous? 





412 DOUBLE KHYME8, IS It 


nicest 


de cisive 


thyson 


pricest 


in cisive 


tnisan|| 


[is, p. 89] 


di visive 


tptisan? 




in de cisive or 




spliceth 


un de cisive 


hyssop? 


[is, p. 89] 


cic a trisive? 


[is & up?] 


prices 


priceless 


dicer 


[is, p. 89] 


[Is & less?] 


geyser? 






keiser|l 


nisi?|| 


nicely 


nicer 


veni vidi vici?|| 


in cisely 


[is, p. 89] 




con cisely 


Jin cisor?|| 


eyesight 


pre cisely 




Weissite 




dicers 




ice-man 


[isur, above] 


icy 


tice-men 




misy 


vice-man 


It 


niseyf 


tvice-men 


pightel* 


spicy 




cital 


SpiC86?|| 


en ticement 


ttitle 


e ricae?l| 


[Is & meant?] 


vital 


lee ticae?|| 




ma rital? 




niceness 


re cital 


icing 


[IslI, above] 


re quital 


en ticing 




tdis title 


[is, p. 89] 


trispast 


ten title or 




[is & past?] 


tin titlet 


en ticings 




tmis title 


[Islng, above] 


diestock 


de trital 




[I & stock?] 


mis re cital 


crisis!] 




tdis en title 


phthisis?!] 


bison? 


to ver title 




bissonf 


in ter vital 


de risive 


grison 


e lee tro- vital 



DOUBLE RHYMES, it 



413 



vitals 


un con dited 


kitefoot 


[ital, above] 


un af frighted 


light-foot 




un re quited 


white-foot 


Titan 


un de lighted 


[It & foot?] 


[Itn, below] 


un be nighted 






un ig nited 


knighthood 


Jre nitent 


un u nited 


[It & hood?] 


ex citant? 


un ex cited 




in citant 


un in cited 


(th) 




fore-re cited 


blithest 


ba ryta?|| 


un in vited 


tithest 


ne rita?|| 


o ver de lighted 


[rth, p. 91] 




o ver ex cited 




o phites?|| 




kytheth* 


phrag mites?|| 


item 


[Itti, p. 91] . 


ba rytes?|| 


[Itiim, below] 




Qui rites?|| 




writhing 


py rites?| 


brightest 


[Itll, p. 91] 


so rites?|| 


lightest 


tithing or 


as cites?|| 


[It, p. 90] 


tythingt 


pra sites? || 




trithing? 


trog lo dytes?|| 


smiteth 




tym pa nites?|| 


[It, p. 90] 


writhings 


a e tites?|| 




tithings 


[Itls, below] 


frightful [Itnmg, above] 




lightfulf 




whited 


rightful 


blitheness 


nighted 


sightfulf 


litheness 


[It, p. 90] 


spiteful 




un blighted 


de lightf ul 


blithesome 


un frighted 


un rightful 


lithesome? 


un lighted 


de spiteful 




un plighted 


[It, p. 90] 


blither 


un cited 


un de lightful 


either? 


un in dieted 




lither 



414 



DOUBLE RHYMES, it 



neither? 


co litis?|| 


dys en te ritis?|| 


tither 


phre nitis?H 


mes en te ritis?j| 




sple nitis?|| 


per i os i 


flighty 


i ritis?|| 


ex o gas tritis?|| 


lightyf 


neu ritis?|| 




mity 


pleu ritis?|| 


bright ish 


mighty 


glos sitis?|| 


whitish 


slighty 


ar thritis?|| 


kitish 


al mighty 


mas titis?|| 


lightish 


un mightyf 


o titis?!| 


nightisli 


a qua-vit8e?|| 


cys titis?|| 


Mid i an itish? 


ar bor vitae?|| 


Jde tritus?|| 


Ish ma el itish? 


lig num-vit8e?|| 


gas tritis?|| 


Is ra el itish? 


pen den te lite?H 


cer e britis?|| 






ton sil itis?|| 


title 


biting 


phar yn gitis?|| 


[It ill, above] 


[It, p. 90] 


lar yn gitis?|| 




whiting 


men in gitis?|| 


titled 


spriting 


ceph a litis?|| 


[Ital, above] 


re biting 


my e litis?|| 


un titled 


un writing 


ret i nitis?!! 




un in viting 


pneu mo nitis?|| 


frightless 




col o nitis?|| 


lightless 


bitings 


tym pa nitis?|| 


sightless 


[ItTng, above] 


ar te ritis?|| 


[It, p. 90] 




en te ritis?|| 




tsitus?|| 


hep a titis?|| 


knightly 


vitis?|| 


stom a titis?|! 


nightly 


phle bitis?|| 


par o titis?|| 


sightly 


car ditis?|| 


en do car ditis?|| 


sprightly or 


me phitis?|| 


per i car ditis?|| 


spritelyt 


ne phritis?|| 


u re ter itis?|| 


up rightly? 


bron chitis?|| 


en cepli a litis?|| 


[It, p. 90] 


ra chitis?|| 


par a phre nitis?|[ 


un sightly 


tra chitis?! 


per i to nitis?|| 


un sprightly 



DOUBLE RHYMES, It 



415 



in dictment or 


lightning 


nitrous 


en dictmentf 


tight'ning 


citrus?|| 


in ditement 


[Itn, above] 


hy po nitrous 


de sightment 






ex citement 


lightnings 


brightsome 


in citement [Itnmg, above] 


lightsome 


o ver ex citement 




de lightsome 




brightens 


un lightsome 


ex citements 


[Itn, above] 




[Itme'nt, above] 




titem?|| 




ditone 


tqui tarn? || 


brighten 


tritone 


ba rytum? 


Jphyton?!) 


dem i-ditone 


pie bis citum?|| 


frighten 


hem i-ditone 


ad infinitum?|| 


heighten or 


sem i-ditone 




highten 


[It5n, below] 


liter or 


whiten 




litre?l[ 


Jchitine 


ditones 


lighter 


tchiton?|| 


[Item, above] 


miter or 


lighten 




mitre?H 


rightenf 


chiton?|| 


niter or 


tntan 


[Itn, above] 


nitre?|| 


tighten 




reiter|| 


itriton?|| 


nitrate 


righter 


en lighten or 


titrate 


writer 


in lightenf 




[It, p. 90] 




nitrates 


in dieter or 


brightened 


titrates 


Jin dictor 


[Itn, above] 




un mitre! 


un brightened 


nitrite 




un whitened 


[It & rlt?] 


mitredl 


un en lightened 




un mitred! 




nitric 




brightness 


[I & trick?] 


writers 


[Itll, above] 




[Itur, above] 



416 



DOUBLE RHYMES, It IV 



nightward 


friar 


nivalf 


rightward 


frier 


rival 




higher 


ar chival? 


figbtwite 


eyer 


sa lival? 


[It & wight?] 


crier! 


ar rival 




liar 


co rival or 


whitewashed 


lier 


cor rival 


un whitewashed 


plyer! 


out rival 




prier 


ses tival or 


righteous 


prior|| 


es tival 


[lohus, above] 


cyar|| 


re vival 




tiarf 


sur vival 


111 


tier?|| 


[iv, p. 91] 


triumphed 


[ir, p. 88] 


non-ar rival 


un triumphed 


trier or 


sub stan tival? 




trior 




lion? 


de fieri 


rivaled or 


[l5n,- above] 


sub prior|| 


rivalled 






out rivaled! 


lionced 


briered 


un rivaled! 


Jscienced 


hired? 






[ir, p. 88] 


bivalve 


pious 


Jliardt 


trivalve 


[I&S, above] 


[lard, p. 31)7] 








bivalves 


Ift 


iron? 


trivalves 


buyer 


[I & urn?] 




brier 




ar rivals 


drier or 


pliers or 


[Ivitl, above] 


dryer 


plyers 




dyer or 


[Iiir, above] 


con nivance 


dierf 




ar rivaneef 


fiar* 


TV 


con trivance 


flier or 


private 


sur vivancef 


flyer 


[Jlv & it?] 





DOUBLE RHYMES, IV 1Z 417 


sa liva?|| 


un en livened 


byword 


sem per viva?j| 




Jskyward 




ad vivum?|| 




drivest sem per vivum?|| ly 


[iv, p. 91] 




Ha waiian 




ac clivous? 


[Ion, above] 


thriveth 


de clivous 




[iv, p. 91] 


pro clivousf 


1Z 




sa livous? 


Jsizel 


ivied or 




ap prizal 


ivyed 


diver 


com prisal 


tde prived? 


[iv, p. 91] 


re prisal 


[iv, p. 91] 


livre?|| 


sur prisal 




livorllf 


re visa! 


striving 


shriver 


en do rhizal 


[iv, p. 91] 


skiver 


ex o rhizal or 


un thriving 


sliver? 


ex or rhizal 


un con niving 


stiver] 


su per visal 


un con triving 


wiver 






con niver 


re prisals 


strivings 


re viver or 


[izal, above] 


[Ivlng, above] 


re vivor 






sur viver or 


bisa?| or 


hiveless 


sur vivor 


biza?|| 


livelessf 




co ryza?|| 


wivelesst 


divers 


o ryza?|| 




[Ivftr, above] 


pe ziza?|| 


lively 




em ber iza?|| 


wivelyf 


Iw 


en do rhiza?|| 


un lively 


byway 


ex o rhiza?|| or 




highway? 


ex or rhiza?|| 


JSivan?H 




glyc yr rhiza?|| 


en liven 


meiwell 


xan tho rhiza?|| 




[I & well?] 





en livened 



sizar 



418 



DOUBLE RHYMES, IZ 



[Izfir, below] 


men?] 


as sizor* 






in cisor|| 


nizey 


ap prizement 


Jsub sizar* 


sizy 


as sizement 


ad viser 


co ryzae?|i 


bap tizementf 


de viser; 


[lzft, above] 


ad visement 


de visor; 




ag gran dize- 


di visor 


prizest 


ment? 


pro visor|| 


wisest 


ad ver tisement? 


re viser 


[iz, p. 92] 




ad ver tiser? 




ad ver tisements? 


im pro viser 


despiseth 


[Izme'nt, above] 


su per visor 


[Iz, p. 92] 




al le go rizer 




bison? 




prizes 


Jdizen? 


ad visers 


[iz, p. 92] 


tbe dizen? 


[Izur, above] 


re prizes! 


ho rizon 








ib 


up rising 


hyssop? 


ribald 


de vising 


[Iz & up?] 


pbld, below] 


[iz, p. 92] 






self-suf ficing 


en do rhizous 


glibbest 


un dis guising 


ex o rhizous or 


cribbest 


un bap tizing 


ex or rhizous 


[ft, p. 92] 




[Iz & us?] 




de visings 




gibbet 


[Izftig, above] 


guiser 


libbet* 




Kaiser|| 


scribbet 


wisely 


miser 


zibet 


un wisely 


prizer 


Jex hibit 


o ver wisely 


Jsizar 


Jin hibit 




sizer 


tpro hibit 


ex ciseman 


wiser 


Jre-ex-hibit 


Jex cisemen 


e lisor 




[Iz & man or 


as sizer 


dibbeth 



HflYMES, ft> foil 



419 



tlb, p. 92] 


nibbled 


tran scribbler 




pbl, above] 




gibbets 


tribald 


Scribblers 


pbe% above] 




pblfir, above] 




ribless 




Sibyl 


pb & less?] 


nibbles 


pbl, below] 




[Ibl, above] 




Jbiblist 




cribbing 


scribblest 


tribute 


ribbing 


[Ibl, above] 


at tribute 


prb, P . 92] 




dis tribute 




driblet or 


con tribute 


cribbings 


dribblet 


re tribute! 


[Iblng, above] 


giblet 


re dis tribute 




triblet 




exhibit 




tributes 


[tbeX above] 


quibbleth 


pbyut, above] 




[Ibl, above] 




tchibbal or 




gibbon 


Jchibbol or 


giblets 


Jribanf or 


Jcibol 


pbl&, above] 


ribbon 


dibble 






dribble 


glibly 


bibber 


fribble 


trebly? 


fibber 


kibble or 




prb, P . 92] 


tkibbel 


scribbling 


gibber 


cribble 


pbl, above] 


glibber 


quibble 




jibber 


nibble 


kibblings 




tsibyl 


scribblings 


bibbers 


scribble 


pbllng, above] 


pbur, above] 


thribble* 


* 




treble? 


bibler 


ich 


be scribble 


scribbler 


fiched? or 




[Tbl, above] 


fitched? 



420 



DOUBLE EHYMES, Xcll 



pitched? riches 


ca priccio?![ 


[Teh, p. 93] pell, p. 93] 


pas ticcio?|| 


hitchel itchy 


Id 


mitchell* pitchy 


riddance 


stitchel 


for biddancet 


switchel breeching? 




itching 


hiddest 


hitchels witching 


pd, p. 93] 


pchel, above] Pch, p. 93] 


middestf 


kitchen itchings 


biddeth 


lichen? || pchlng, above] 


riddeth 




Pd, p. 93] 


kitchenedt itchless 




lichened? pch & less?] 


biddy 


pch & end?] 


giddy 


en richment 


kiddy 


kitchens be witchment 


middy 


lichens? 


sfiddy* 


en richments 


widdy* 


pitchest pchmSnt, above] 




richest 


Sa hidic 


pch, p. 93] fitchew 


Dru idic 


pt & yu? or Ich 


ju riclic 


fitchet & yu?] 


chlo ridic 


knitchett or 


Da vidic 


Jknitchitt ditcher 


al de hydic? 


Pch & it?] micher?t 


e la idic or 


pitcher 


el a idic 


be witcheth richer 


pyr a midic 


Pch, p. 93] Pch, p. 93] 






idyl? 


breeches ditchers 


pdl, below] 



ditches pchftr, above] 



DOUBLE RIIYMES, M if 



421 



bidding 


diddling 


bidder 


prd, P . 93] 


kidling 


didder 


midding* 


middling 


kidder 




[Ml, above] 


ridder 


biddings 




tidder 


pding, above] 


kidlings 


for bidder 




pdltng, above] 


con sider 


middies 




re con sider 


pdl, above] 


fiddler 






pdl, above] 


con sidered 


diddle 




re con sidered 


fiddle 


fiddlers 


un con sidered 


griddle 


pdl fir, above] 




Jidyl? 




bidders 


kiddle 


griddles 


pdfir, above] 


quiddle 


pdl, above] 




middle 




hideous? 


piddle 


bidden 


per fidious? 


riddle 


pa, p. 93] 


in sidious? 


tiddle* 


midden* 


fas tidious? 


twiddle 


slidden 


in vidious? 


un riddle 


un bidden 


pjiis, below ; 




un chidden 


idms, p. 679] 


fiddled 


un hidden 




[idl, above] 


un ridden 


If 




un for bidden 


sniffest 


lidless 




stiffest 


[id & less?] 


kidnap 


[if, p. 94] ; 


[Id & nap?] Jhi er o glyphist? 


fiddlest 






pdl, above] 


kiddow 


whiffeth 




widow 


[if, p. 94] 


riddleth 






pdl, above] 


kiddows 


jiffy or 




widows 


gi% 



.24 



DOUBLE RTIYMKS, 



cliffy 


spe cific 


hi er o glyphic 




cms tific 


un sci en tific 


glyphic 


lac tific 




mor bific 


nio tific 


spe cities 


ru bific 


pon tific 


su do rifles 


ta bific 


pe trific 


pfik, above] 


fe brific 


vi vific 




gran dificf 


ten e brific 


beaufin? or 


tri glyphic 


lap i dific 


biffin 


de ific 


an a glyphic 


griffin or 


al gificf 


di a glyphic 


Jgriffon 


lu crific 


chem i glyphic 


^stiffen 


sa crific 


lith o glyphic 


tiffin 


chy lific 


phy to glyphic 




mel lific 


pho to glyphic 


skiffing 


pro lific 


or gan ific 


W P. 94] 


dam nific 


tor por ific 




fi nificf 


col or ific 


whimngs 


cor nific 


im pro lific 


[TfTng, above] 


mag nific 


cer u lific 




mu nific 


sem i nific 


griffins 


om nific 


su do rific 


[ffm, above] 


som nific 


dol o rific 




u nifict 


frig o rific 


stiffish 


vul nific 


cal o rific 


tiffish 


hor rific 


sap o rific 




mi rific 


son o rificf 


whiffle 


ter rific 


sop o rific 


sniffle* 


clas si fie 


vap o rific 




f u cific 


un pa cific 


whiffled 


mu cific 


con spe cific 


sniffled* 


os sific 


un spe cific 




pa cific 


l)e a tific 


whifflest 


sen sific 


pres en tificf 


snifflest* 


sic cific 


sci en tific 





DOUBLE RHYMES, ft 



whiffleth 


un thrifty 


pg, p. 94] 


sniffieth* 








sifting 


triggeth 


whiffling 


[Tft, p. 94] 


JTfcp.94] 


sniffling* 


un sifting 






un ex isting 


piggy 


whiffles 




spriggy 


sniffles* 


siftings 


twiggy 




Pftlng, above] 




drifted 




biggin 


clifted 


driftless 


tbiggon 


pit, p. 94] 


shiftless 


piggin 


un gifted 


thriftless 


Jtwiggenf 


un lifted 






un shifted 


shifter 


rigging 


un sifted 


swifter 


Pg, p. 94] 


un up lifted 


[Tft, p. 94] 








diggings 


liftest 


shifters 


Pgftig, above] 


swiftest 


pftur, above] 




Pfft, p. 94] 




biggins 




differ 


pgTn, above] 


siftetli 


stiffer 




Pft, p. 94] 


pf, p. 94] 


whiggish 






jiggish 


diphthong? 


*8' 


niggishf 


triphthong? 


frigate 


piggish 




Pgot, below] 


priggish 


diphthongs? 




riggishf 


triphthongs? 


niggard 






{sniggered 


whiggism 


drifty 


Jvigoredf 


priggism 


fifty 






shifty 


biggest 


giggle 


thrifty 


diggest 


higgle 



424 



DOIBI.K KRYMES, 



jiggle whiglings 

niggle wrigglings 

wriggle or pglmg, above] 
rigglet 

Jrigolf giggler 

Jrigoll niggler 

scriggle* pgl, above] 
squiggle* 

sniggle gigglers 

wiggle* pgl fir, above] 



giggled 
pgl, above] 

twigless 
wigless 

higglest 
pgl, above] 

gigletf 

Jgiglot 

riglet 

wiggleth* 
Pgl, above] 

gigletsf 
pglet, above] 



wriggles 
pgl, above] 

figment 
pigment 
strigmentf 

figments 
pgme'nt, above] 

sigmall 
stigma] | 
e nigina|| 



sigmas 
above] 



signal 
tspignel 

giggling coun ter-signal? 
niggling 

pgl, above] signals 

whigling pgnal, above] 



in dignancef 

ma lignance 

be nignancef 

in dignant 

ma lignant 

be nignant 

non-ma lignant 

bigness 
Jlignousf 
Jcygnusl! 
trigness 

Jpy ro-lignous or 
tpyr o lignous 

signet 
cygnet 
spignet 

signets 
pgnt, above] 

lignite 
pol y mignite 

rigoll 
pgl, above] 

bigot 
Jfrigate 
Jgigget 
gigotf 
spigot 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ifg" t 



425 



bigots 


figured 


ridgil 


[tgot, above] 


pgyur, above] 


sigil 




un figured 


strigil 


twigsome 




vigil 


pg & sum?] 


figures 






pgyur, above] 


vigils 


bigger 




pjn, above] 


chigre or 


*.i 




chigger 


bridgest 


a bridging 


digger 


PJ, P. 95] 


ra, P. 95] 


jigger 






ligger 


Jdigit 


a bridgings 


nigger 


fidget 


pjmg, above] 


rigger 


nidgetf 




Dfe, P- 94] 




digit 


rigor|| 


ridgeth 


pjgt, above] 


snigger 


PJ, P- 95] 




swigger 




bridgeless 


trigger 


fidgets 


Pj &less?] 


vigorll 


pjet, above] 








pigeon 


sniggered 


ridges 


widgeon or 


Pgftrd, above] 


pj, p. 95] 


wigeon 






ba digeon|| 


triggers 


bridgyf 


re ligion 


Pgur, above] 


ridgy 


ir re ligion 






mis re ligion 


figure 


frigid 




ligure? 


rigid 


pigeons 


dis figure 


Jridged? 


pjiin, above] 


con figure 


PJ, p. 95] 




pre figure 


sub rigid 


pro digious 


re figure 


o ver rigid 


re ligious 


trans figure 




li tigious 




Jridgel or 


ir re ligious 




24* 





DOUBLE RHYMES, Xj f 



prams, p. 679 ; 


klicket 


sickish 


Idyus, p. 421] 


cricket 


thickish 




picket 


trickish 


ik 


piquet or 




siccatet 


picquet 


bricklet 


de siccate? 


pricket 


fickle 


ex siccate? 


smicket 


frickle 


Pkt, below] 


Jsticket* 


ickle* 




thicket 


mickle* 


piquant?|| 


ticket 


tnickelj 


de siccant 


wicket 


pickle 


ex siccant 


pkat, above] 


piclef 






tpicul?|| 


siccal! 


kicketh 


prickle 


styca?|| 


Pk, p. 95] 


sickle 






stickle 


vicar 


crickets 


strickle or 


pkur, below] 


pk&t, above] 


strikle 




rickets 


tickle 


picked? 




trickle 


pk, p. 95] 


brickyf 


mis pickel?|| 


piked 


dicky or 


o ver mickle* 


wicked 


dickey 


Jkup fer nickel|| 




pricky 


|cop per-nickel 


nickel!) 


sticky 




pkl, below] 


tricky 


sickled 






tickled 


chicken 


licking 


pkl, above] 


pkn, below] 


pk, p. 95] 


un tickled 




ticking 




stickest 


wicking 


sickless 


thickest 




strickless 


pk, p. 95] 


lickings 


Pk & less?] 




tickings 




clicket* 


pkmg, above] 


ficklest 



1>OUBLR RHYMES, 



427 



trickiest 


pickles 


ad mixtion 


pkl, above] 


pkl, above] 


Pkstyiin, p. 428] 


trickleth 


Ichicken 


mixed? 


pkl, above] 


quicken 


pks, p. 95] 




sicken 


Jas phyxied 


fickly 


stricken 




quickly 


thicken 


fixest 


prickly 


ticken 


Pks, p. 95] 


sickly 


Jwicken 




smicklyf 


re quicken 


mixeth 


thickly 




Pks, p. 95] 




thickened 




cyclic 


pkn, above] 


tpixies 


ge o cyclic 


un quickened 


[tksr, below] 


[Ik & lick?] 


un thickened 


sixes 






Pks, p. 95] 


chickling 


quickness 


an te fixes 


pickling 


|lychnis|| 




pkl, above] 


sickness 


diction 




slickness 


fiction 


picklings 


thickness 


friction 


pkllng, above] 




in diction 




ichnite 


pre diction 


ticklish 


pycnite 


af fixionf 


ticklish 


or nith ichnite 


pre fixion 




or ni thoid ich- 


suf fixion 


fickler 


nite 


trans fixion 


stickler 


pk & nit?] 


af fliction 


strickler 




in fliction 


tickler 


^chickens 


re liction 




tdickens 


e miction 


sticklers 


thickens 


de pictionf 


pkliir, above] 


pkn, above] 


ad striction 


, 




con striction 



428 



DOUBLE KRYMES, 



ob strictionf 


[Tks, p. 95] 


ad mixtion 


re striction 




com mixtion 


as triction 


fixings 


per mixtion 


dis trictiont 


[TksTng, above] 




e viction 




mixer 


con viction 


pyxis|| 


[Tks, p. 95; Tk 


ben e diction 


ap o dixisll 


& sir?] 


mal e diction 


ker a to nyxis|| 


e lixir 


val e diction 






ju ris diction 


mixen 


mixers 


con tra diction 


Jmyxine 


[Tksur, above] 


in ter diction 


tmyxonll 




Pkt, p. 96] 


vixen 


dictate 


cru ci fixion 




nictate 


der e liction 


vixens 




self-con viction 


pksn, above] 


dictates 


self -con tra dic- 




nictates 


tion 


trickster 




self -der e liction 


[Tk & stir?] 


re licted 






con stricted 


fictions 


tricksters 


con victed 


[Tkshiin, above] 


[Tk & stirs?] 


pkt, p. 96] 






un ad dieted 


fictiousf 


fixture? 


un pre dieted 


con tra dictiousf 


mixture? 


un af flicted 




af fixture? 


un in flicted 


fixy 


ad mixture? 


un re stricted 


pixy* or 


im mixture? 


self -con victed 


picksy* 


com mixture? 


un con victed 


tricksy 


in ter mixture? 


UB. con tra dieted 


as pliyxy 




un in ter dieted 


Jan te fixae?U 


fixtures? 




kick sy-wicksy 


[Tkstyiir, above] 


strictest 



fixing 



mixtionf 



af flictest 
pkt, p. 96] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, Ik 429 


re strictetli af flictive 


pictures 


[ikt, p. 96] in flictive 


[iktyur, above] 


con flictive 




ichtliine [Ikt, p. 96 ; Ik- 


hiccough? or 


[Ik & thin?] shim, above] 


hickupf 


Jan tichthon|| 


kick-up 


dictum]! 


snickup 


Je richthusll [Iktim, above] 




pte richtliysll 


hor tus siccus | 


meg a lichthysll ictus) | 


[Ik & us?] 


Jep i nyctisll 




ictic 


bicker 


psyclitic fictor|| 


dicker* 


ep i dictic lictor|( 


flicker 


ap o dictic stricter 


clicker* 


[ikt, p. 96] 


klicker 


fictile victor || 


* knicker* 


Je dictal pre dictor 


licker 


in flicter 


liquor? || 


Jdictumll con strictor|| 


nicker 


victim con tra dieter or 


picker 


con tra dictor || 


pricker 


con tra dieting bo a-con strictor|| 


sicker 


[Ikt, p. 96] 


sikerf 


victors 


smicker 


con tra dictings pfktur, above] 


snicker 


[Iktrng, above] 


tricker 


picture 


[Ik, p. 95] 


Pictish ricturef 


Jvicar 


strictish stricture 


wicker 


de picture 


i 


fictive o ver picture 


bickered 


in dictive 


pkfir, above] 


pre dictive strictured 


JPicard 


vin dictive [Iktyur, above] 


wickered 



430 



DOUBLE KHYMES, ik fl 



un liquored? 


pen i cillate 


cas ca rilla'] 




ver ti cillate? 


sac cha rillall 


prickers 


[Hot, below] 


mot a cilia!) 


snickers 




di er villa|| 


pkiir, above] 


villa] 


sar sa pa rillajj 




zillah|| 




hickway 


chin chillall 


pillar 


pk & way?] 


co dilla 


plur, below] 




ce dillall 




hickwall 


frin gilla|| 


pillared 


Pk & wall?] 


ax illa|| 


Plurd, below] 




max ilia [ 




chick-weed 


vex illa|| 


villas 


tliquid 


plum, below] 


pla, above] 


sea-chickweed? 


or chillall 




Jsem i-liquid 


ra chillall 


stilbite 




bis millah|| 


ep i stilbite 


11 


ma nilla|| 


pi & bite?] 


grillade?] 


ma nila| 




e brillade] 


va nilla|| 


filches 




pa pilla]| 


pilchesf 


grillades?|| 


ba rilla|| 




[ilad, above] 


go rillajl 


filcher 




sal sillall 


pilcher 


billage 


flo tilla|| 




grillage 


man tilla|| 


filchers 


pillage 


scin tilla|| 


pilchers 


tillage 


fo villajl 




village 


gran a dilla|| 


kildeer 




sab a dillaf 


pi & der?] 


pillaged 


sap o dilla or 




un pillaged 


sap po dilla 


gilded 




cor o nillall 


pld, p. 97] 


dis tillate 


es to pilla|| 


un gilded 


pis tillate 


cam a rilla?|| 





DOUBLE RHYMES, fl 



431 



buildest 


quillet 


chillil! 


pid, p. 97] 


millet 


dilly 




rillet 


filly 


gildeth 


skillet 


grillyt 


pld, p. 97] 


Jtillot 


hilly 




[flat, above] 


illy 


building 




gillie 


[Hd, p. 97] 


filleth 


lily 


e lee tro-gilding 


pi, p. 96] 


shrilly 






silly 


buildings 


billets 


stilly 


[fld&ig, above] 


plet, above] 


swilley* 






twilly 


builder 


skilful or 


willy 


gilder 


skillful 


max illa??|| 


guilder 


wilful or 


Pla, above] 


skilder* 


willful 


in den tilley 


wilder? 


un skillful! 




re builder 




Jhillock 


be wilder 


villi?|| 


killick or 




la pilli?|| 


tkillock* 


skildered* 


car y o phylli?|| 


silique?!) 


wildered 


[tlus, below] 


Jsillock 


be wildered 




Iwillock 




phyllite 


um bilic 


builders 


ap o phyllite? 


i dyllic 


pldur, above] 


chlo ro phyllite? 


tea dillacll 




py ro phillite? or 


o dylic 


shrillest 


pyr o phyllite? 


tro chilic 


tillest 


pic ro phyllite? 


a mylic 


PL, p. 96] 


an tho phyllite? 


me thylic 




as te ro phyllite? 


dac tylic 


billet 




ba silic 


Jbillot 


billy 


mor ox ylic 


fillet 


chilly 


py rox ylic or 



32 DOUBLE KIIYMES, ll 


pyr ox ylic 


lilies 


skill-less! 


sal i cylic 


pll, above] 


plus, below] 


syn dac tylic? 






zyg o dac tylic? 


bilgy 


ful fillment or 


mac ro dac tylic 


squillgee 


ful filment 






in stillment! 


tro chilics 


bilkest 


dis tillment! 


[IlTk, above] 


milkcst 


non-ful lillment! 


Jsillonll 


milky 


ful fillments! 


villain 


silky 


plment, above] 


villein 






Jvillanf 


milking, &c. 


filmy 


tmo rillonll 


pikest, above] 


pi & me?] 


to rillon|| 






out villain 


milkman 


chillness 


bre zilineJI 


Jmilkmen 


illness 


pod o phyllin or 


silkman 


shrillness 


pod o phylline 


Jsilkmen 


stillness 


car y o phylline? 






er y thro phyl- 


milkenf 


billow 


line? 


silken 


killow 






pillow 


billing 


milker 


cillo 


pi, p. 96] 


[11 & cur?] 


tillow 


shilling 




trillo|| 


BchillingH 


milkers 


willow 


skilling 


pi & curs?] 


cm billowt 


trilling 




ra pillo|| 


willing 


milkweed 


pul villojl 


un willing 


silk-weed 


sea-willow? 


un der filling 




gren a dillo 




milkweeds 


sap a dillo or 


shillings 


silk-weeds 


sap pa dillo 


[TITng, above] 




pec ca dillo 



DOUBLE RIIYMES, fl 



433 



ar ma dillo[| 

billowed 

phyllode 

pillowed 

tillowed 

willowed 

un pillowed 

billows 
plo, above] 

hillock 
Plik, above] 

sillonll 
pirn, above] 

billot 
plt, above] 

pilser 
pi & sir?] 

pilsers 
[ft & sirs?] 

hilted 

kilted 
stilted 
[tit, p. 98] 
un quilted 



jilteth 
p. 98] 



pod o phylluml! 



tiltest 
pit, p. 98] 

25 



Jkillas 
tkillesse 
Jcilice 
Jsilicet 
Jskill-less or 
tskilless 
villous 
mor bilious 
fi brillous? 
tfi brillose? 
a phyllous? 
di phyllous? 
tri phyllous? 
ar gillous? 
sea millusll 
pa pillous? 
a rillusll 

dec a phyllous? 
hex a phyllous? 
en do phyllous? 
ep i phyllous? 
pol y phyllous? 
quilter mi cro phyllous? 
[tit, p. 98] ex o phyllous? 
milter hyp o phyllous? 
in filter nion o phyllous? 
tet ra phyllous? 
filters quad ri phyllous? 
pltur, above] mac ro phyllous? 
hep ta phyllous? 
vex illumll pen ta phyllous? 
lei o phyllum|| as per gillus| 
mes o phyllumll Jam a ryllis|j 



guilty 
silty 
stilty 
un guilty 

quilting 
pit, p. 98J ' 

quiltings 
pitting, above] 

guiltless 
pit & less?] 

filtrate 
in filtrate 

filter 

philter or 

philtrell 

kilter 



434 



DOUBLE KHYMES, fl 



pen i cillusll 


[n & vine?] 


fa miliars 


ver ti cillus|| 






en dec a pliyl- 


silver 


manilioll 


lous? 


de silver 


pa pilio|| 


ad e no phyllous? 




punc tilioll 


car y o phyllous? 


silvered 


pul villio?|| 


car y o phyllusf 


un silvered 


ves per tilio?|| 


myr i o phyllous? 






co le o phyllous? 


con ciliate? 


billion 


het er o phyllous? 


pirat, p. 684] 


million 






pillion 


filler 


filial 


prillion 


miller 


un filial 


trillion 


pillar 




tour billion or 


spiller 


Jbrilliance 


tour l:illor.|| or 


thiller 


dis silience? 


tur billion* 


tiller 


re silience? 


man dilion 


max illar? 


tran silience? 


mo dillion 


dis tiller 




ver milion 


[fl, p. 96] 


brilliant 


vir milion f 


ill-wilier 


Jdis silient? 


ma niglion 


cat er pillar? 


Jre silient? 


no nillion 






pam piliont 


pillared 


aux iliar 


JKoo rilian? or 


tillered 


fa miliar 


}Ku rilian? 


un pillared 


con ciliar?t 


quad rillion 




un fa miliar 


de cillion 


millers 




tSi cilian? 


plur, above] 


billiard 


[man, p. 685] 




steelyard? 


tCas tilian 


Jmilvine? 




co tillion or 


silvan or 


billiards 


co tillon?|| 


sylvan 


steelyards? 


quin tillion 






oc tillion 


milvine? 


aux iliarst 


pos tilion?! 



DOUBLE KHYMES, H f 



435 



tilian? 
sep tillion 
sex tillion 
pa vilion 
Jci vilian? 
|Bra zilian 
JMax i milian 
in ter mo dillion 

ver milioned 

' pa vilioned 

tin pa vilioned 

billionth 
plyun, above] 

billions 
[flyim, above] 

bilious 

punc tilious? 

at ra biliousf 

su per cilious? 

fm 

image 

scrimmage* or 
skriminage* 

limbate 
[Tm & bat?] 

tymbal! 
pmbl, below] 



limbat timbrels 

[fin & bat?] Pmbrel, above] 



nimbi?|| 
[finbus, below] 

dimblef 
tgimbal? or 
Jgimbol 
nimble 
Jcimbalt 
tcymbal or 
Jsymbalf 
^symbol 
thimble 
Jtymbal or 
Jtimbal 
wimble 

gimblet 
|simblot|| 

thimbles 
pmbl, above] 

kimbo 
limbo 
a kimbo 

symbol 
Pmbl, above] 

whimbrel or 

wimbrel 
timbrel 



Cimbric 
pm & brick?] 

limbus] 
nimbusll 
co rymbusjl 
co rymbous 
tco rymbose? 

limber 
timber 
timbre 1 1 
un limber 
coun ter-timber? 

iguimbardf 
limbered 
[mibur, above] 
un timbered 

timbers 
pmbur, above] 

dimmed? 
Pm, p. 98] 

Jtimid 

dimmest 

pm, p. 98] 
^chemist? or 
tchymistf 



436 



DOUBLE RHYMES, If in 



swimmeth 


syn o nymic 


grimly 


[Ira, p. 98] 


met ro nymic 


slimly 




pat ro nymic 


trimly 


lymphatet 


li po thymic or 




Jnymphett 


lei po thymic 


whimling 




an ti zymic 


cymling 


nymphal 






pmful, below] 


mimics 


whimlings 




Pmik, above] 


cymlings 


imphee 






Jlymphy 


women 


gymnal 


nymphge?|l 


tper simmon 


hymnal 






tkymnelt 


nymphish 


skimming 


Jsimnelt 


pm & fish?] 


pm, p. 98] 








hymnals 


brimful 


skimmings 


Pmnal, above] 


Pm & full?] 


Pmlng, above] 




tnymphal 




dimness 




dimmish or 


Pmll, above] 


dimmy 


dimisht 


slimness 


whimmy 


slimmish 




jimmy 




hymnest? 




limit 


tgymnast 


chemic? or 


pre limit 


limnest 


chymict 


Pm & it?] 


dis limnestt 


mimic or 




en limnestt 


mimickf 


brimless 




al chemic? or 


limbless 


limneth 


al chymict 




Pmn^st, above] 


dys thymic 


gimlet 




cher u bimic 


pm & let?] 


gymnite 


cac o chymic 




limnite 


pan to mimic 


dimly 


Pm & nit?] 


met o nymic 


pm, p. 98] 





DOtTBLfi RHYMES, frit 437 

hymnic impish pimples 

gymnicf limpish pmpl, above] 

hymning? dimple import? 

limning whimple [Tm & port?] 

pmne'st, above] crimple 

pimple impost 

gymnote rimple [mi & post?] 

[Im & note?] simple 

wimple impress? 

impact? [Im & press?] 

[mi & p&kt?] dimpled 

pmpl, above] imprest? 

crimped? un rimpled pm & pressed?] 

Pmp, p. 98] 

Jlimpid implex imprint? 

simplex I [mi & print?] 
limpest 
pmp, p. 98] crimplest glimpses 

simplest pmp & says?] 
limpet pmpl, above] 
Pmp & it?] Jsimplist impulse? 

pm & pulse?] 
crimpeth dimpleth 

[Imp, p. 98] pmpl, above] whimper 

limper 

O lympic dimply shrimper 

Pm & pick?] pimply simper 

simply 

scrimping whimpered 

[Imp, p. 98] dimpling simpered 

Pmpl, above] 

scrimpings whimpers 

pmplng, above] dimplings pmpftr, above] 

[Impllng, above] 



438 DOUBLE KHYMES, fill I'll 

primrose pinnace lynchings* 

pfm & r<5z?] E rinnys|| [Inching, above] 

Icon cinnoust 

brimmer inchpin 

gimmerf innate? linchpin 
glimmer pinnate 

jimmer* bi pinnate inchpins 

limmer tri pinnate linchpins 
nimmerf par i pinnate 

primer im par i pinnate clincher 

shimmer pnt, p. 439] [Inch, p. 99] 

simmer 

skimmer finback clinchers 
swimmer pn & back?] [Inch fir, above] 
timmer 

trimmer inborn pindal 

twin-born pndl, below] 
glimmered [in & born?] 

pmtir, above] pindar 

inboard pndftr, below] 
shimmers pn & board?] 

[Inrnr, above] brinded 

pinchest winded 

flimsy [Inch, p. 99] pnd, p. 99] 

whimsy un re scinded 
slimsy? flincheth 

pnch, p. 99] index|| 

crimson ^syndics 

en crimson inches vindex|| 

[Inch, p. 99] 

ill linden 

cuinage lynching* [Indon, below] 

pinnaget pnch, p. 99] 

spinach? or un flinching windest? 

spinage [Ind, p. 99] 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 111 



439 



ex scindeth Jwindlacef 


hindered? 


[Ind, p. 99] Jwindlass 


kindred 


windless 




findyf [fad & less?] 


cy lindric 


shindy 


sem i-cy lindric 


windy kindlest 




[Indl, above] 


hinder? 


Indict 


Ipindar 


syndic grindlet 


pindert 


pnd & let?] 


cinder 


re scinding 


tinder 


[Tnd, p. 99] swindleth 




pndl, above] 


hindered 


brindle 


un hindered 


dindle* kindling 




dwindle [Indl, above] 


flinders 


grindle? 


hinders 


kindle kindlings 


pndftr, above] 


tpindal pndllng, above] 




shindlef 


indwell 


spindle swindler 


Pn & dwell?] 


swindle [Tndl, above] 




Jtindal 


spinach?! 


trindlet swindlers 


[Inaj, above] 


windle pndl ft r, above] 




en kindle 


thinnest 


mis kindle dwindles 


Pn, p. 99] 


re kindle phdl, above] 


Jvi o linist 


re-en kindle 




tlinden 


ginnet 


brindled sindon|| 


linnet 


kindled co rindonf 


Jminute? 


[Tndl, above] 


pinnett 


self-kindled sindons 


sinnet 


un kindled [Tndon, above] 


spinet? 



440 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



spinnet png, p. 100] 
vinnet 



pnfit, p. 438] 

sinneth 
[In, p. 99] 



linnets 
, above] 



inf are or 
infair 
[In & fair?] 

infelt 
[In & felt?] 

infix?t 
[in & fix?] 

influx 
[In & flux?] 

sinful 

skinful 

un sinful 

ingate 
pn & gate?] 

kingdom 
sub kingdom 
[tng & dumb?] 

singest? 



mingled 
pnggl, above] 
un singled! 



dingeth 
[Tng, p. 100] 

singlest 

inga] pnggl, above] 
mo ringajl 
sy ringall tingleth 

pnggl, above] 
dingle 

ingle shingly 

tgingal?|| or chingly + 

Jjingal?|| singly 

jingle or 

ginglef jingling 

cringle pnggl, above] 
Jlingel 

linglef jinglings 

mingle pngglTng, above] 
shingle 

chingle English 

cinglef un-English 

single In do-English? 
springlet 

Englished 
un-Englished 



swingle 

swingel? 

tingle 

tringle 



shingler 
be minglet pnggl, above] 
im minglet 

com mingle sliinglers 

un minglet pnggl ur, above] 
Jes pringal 

sur cingle? ingles 

in ter mingle Pnggl, above] 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 111 


441 


dingo ex tinguish 


un kinglike 


jingo mis dis tinguish 




lingo con tra dis tin- 


kingly 


stingo guisli 


un kingly 


fla mingo 




e ringo or dis tinguished 


ingot 


e ryngo [Inggwlsh, above] 


Jlinget or 


un dis tinguished 


lingot 


fla mingoes un ex tinguished 




[mgg(5, above] 


ingots 


clingy 


[Ingot, above] 


finger springy 




linger stingy? 


ingrain? 


ma linger? stringy 


[In & grain?] 


wingy 




fingered 


ingrate? 


l Tnggur, above] ringing 


[In & grfft?] 


[Ing, p. 100] 




fingers 


clinger 


[Inggur, above] ringings 


whinger 


[Inglng, above] 


png, p. 100] 


lingual 




bi lingual kingless 


clingers 


col lingual [Ing, p. 100] 


[Ingur, above] 


sub lingual 




tri lingual kinglet 


binny 


den to-lingual ringlet 


finny 


springlet 


guinea 


bi linguar winglet 


hinny 


tri linguar 


whinny 


ringlets 


jinneell 


pinguidf [Tngle't, above] 


ninny 


e linguidf 


shinny 


kinglike 


skinny 


dis tinguish springlike 


spinny or 


25* 





DOUBLE KHYMES, frl 


spinney 


be ginning 


ret ro mingent? 


tinny 


[to, p. 99] 


sub as t ringent 


tiny? 


un sinning 




vinny* 


un be ginning 


as tringents 




man da rining 


[Tnjrnt, above] 


clinic 






Jpinnock 


innings 


cringest 


cynic 


[Intng, above] 


[mj, p. 100] 


rab binic 






O clinic 


finish 


fringeth 


a clinic 


Finnish 


[Inj, p. 100] 


di clinic 


minishf 




tri clinic 


thinnish 


hinges 


en crinic 


di minish 


[Tnj, p. 100] 


Brah minic 




Jme ninges?!! 


ful minic 


finished 




ri cinic 


[Tnlsh, above] 


dingy 


sue cinic 


im finished 


fringy 


ac tinic 


u-n di minished 


lingy* 


pla tinic 




stingy? 


Jac o binic 


minute? 




ar thro dynic 


pnt, above] 


ginging 


mon o clinic 




cringing 


man da rinic 


guineas 


singeing 


sul plio-vinic 


[YnT, above] 


[mj, p. 100] 


tar tro-vinic 








ringent 


gingings 


clinics 


stringent 


[Tnjtng, above] 


[Tntk, above] 


tingentf 






re fringent 


fringeless 


minim 


im phigent 


hingeless 


Jminumf 


con stringent 




[Jm & him?] 


re stringentf 


in f ringement 




con t indent 


un hingementt 


inning 


as t ringent 


im pingement 



DotTBT/BJ 



443 



in fringements 


klinkets 


be sprinkle 


pnjme'nt, above] 


trinkets 


per i winkle? 


injured 


inkhorn 


wrinkled 


un injured 


stinkhorn 


[Inkl, above] 


Jma lingered? 




un sprinkled 




inkhorns 




ginger 


stinkhorns 


drinkless 


Jin jure 




[Ink & less?] 


cringer 


chinky 




Pfnj, p. 100] 


inky 


sprinklest 


ma linger? 


slinky 


[Inkl, above] 




zinky or 




cringers 


zincky 


twinkleth 


[Injur, above] 




[Inkl, above] 



shrinking 

tincal [Ink, p. 100] 
[Inkl, below] 



inkling 



un shrinking [Inkl, above] 

un sinking 

un thinking inklings 

un winking [Inkling, above] 



blinkard 

stinkard 

^tinkered 

shrinkings sprinkler 

blinkards [Inking, above] [Inkl, above] 
stinkards 

inkle or sprinklers 

drinkest incle pfnklur, above] 

[Ink, p. 100] kinkle 

crinkle kinkles 

klinket wrinkle [Inkl, above] 

trinket sprinkle 

Jtincal increase? 

thinketh tinkle [In & kres?] 

pnk, p. 100] twinkle 

un wrinkle lynxes 



444 DOUBLE RHYMES, ll 

[Inks, p. 101] phktlT, above] tinkered 

[Tnkard, above] 
dis tinction lincture 

ex tinction cincture tinkers 
in tinction tincture [Tnkur, above] 
in dis tinction vincturef 

con tra dis tine- dis tincturef de liuquent 

tion re linquent 

cinctured 

dis tinctions tinctured inquest? 

[Tnkshun, above] un cinctured [Tn & quest?] 

un tinctured 

ink-stone vinquish 

clinkstone or cinctures re linquish 
klinkstoue [Tnktyfir, above] 

stink-stone re linquished 
income un re linquished 
ink-stones [Tn & come?] 

[InkstOn, above] icrincum inlay? 

[Tn & lay?] 

tinctestf incus|| 

sue cinctest* scincus]) inland 

dis tinctest zincous [Tn & land?] 

or ni tho rhyn- 

dis tinctive clms|| finless 

in stinctive [Tnk & us?] sinless 

un dis tinctive skinless 
con tra dis tine- blinker 

tive [Tnk, p. 100] inlet 

clinker [Tn & let?] 
sue cinctly sinker 

dis tinctly tinker inly 

in dis tinctly free-thinker? thinly 

tal tincar 

sue cinctness inmate 



bOTTBLE RHYMES, frl 



pn & mate?] ginseng 

pnslng, below] 
inmost 

pn & most?] incense? 

frank incense? 
whinnow* [tn & sense?] 
minnow or 



minowf 
winnow 



incest 
con vincest 
[Ins, p. 101] 



linsey 
wincey 

ca incic 
ex trinsic 
in trinsic 

ninsin 
& sin?] 



winnowed tginseng 

un winnowed inset? mincing 

[m & set?] pns, p. 101] 
minnows un con vincing 

pno, above] winceth 

pns, p. 101] mincings 

tpinned? posing, above] 

pn, p. 99] Jlinseys 

synod minces princely 

quinces un princely 

windrow pns, p. 101] 

pn & rd?] e vincement 

pro vincial con vincement 
inroad? com pro vincial 
windrowed ex tra pro vincial instep 

pn & rod?] pn & step?] 

kinship 

windrows pn & ship?] 
pn & roz?] 

inside 

linseed Pn & sld?] 
pn & seed?] 

insight 
insect pn & sit?] 



linstock 
pn & stock?] 

minster 
spinster 



pn & sect?] 



Quincite 



minsters 
spinsters 



44(1 



winsome 
pn & sum?] 

rinser 
con vincer 
[Ins, p. 101] 

pincers 
rinsers 
pnsftr, above] 

mintage 
vintage 

intake 
[In & take?] 

syntax 
[In & tflks?] 
Jan thel mintics? 
pntlks, below] 

quintal 
[fata, below] 

tinted 

pnt, p. 101] 
un dinted 
un printed 
un stinted 

Jkintalf or 
Iquintal 
quintelf 
Jquintile 



RHYMES, Til 

lintel Jsintocll 

Jpintail an thel mintic? 
Jpintle 

Jtri gintal quint ics 

Jbi quintile [Intlk, above] 
'teem i quintile 

iutine 

lintels quintain or 

[Intel, above] quint in 

tquintan 

hintest quintine 

pnt, p. 101] ex intine? 



sthiteth 



printing 



[tnt, p. 101] pnt, p. 101] 

hel mintliic printings 

an thel minthic pntlng, above] 
lab y rinthic 

printless 
stintless 



ab sinthine 

ter e binthine 

lab y rinthine 

hy a cinthine 

col o cynthine 

ter minthusllf 
liy a cinthusjl 

flinty 

lintie? 

linty 



tintoB 

mez 7.0 tinto'J 

into 
here into? 

vintryt 
wintry 

chintzes 



shinty [Int & says?] 
quintic minter 



DOTTHLK KIIYMES, fll f 



443 



printer sinew? 


[myfin, above,] 


cinter 


in sinew?t 




sinter|| 


un sinew? 


miniousf 


splinter 


con tinue 


ig no minions? 


twinter* 


dis con tinue 




winter 


re con tinue 


quinzaine|| or 






quinzain 


splintered 


sinewed? 


tninzin 


wintered 


pnyil, above] 


[Inz & in?] 


printers 


pinnule 


crinzes 


[mtftr, above] 


pinulet 


winzes 




spinule 




dinner 




*P 


wliinner* 


pinnules 


flippant 


inner 


[Inyiil, above] 


trippant 


sinner 






[tn, p. 99] 


con tinues 


chipped? 




[Inyn, above] 


[Ip, p. 102] 


dinners 




Jtripod? 


[mur, above] 


minion 


tin sipid 


pinion par al lei o piped? 


invoice 


Jchignon!] 




[In & voice?] 


I Ar minian? 


dippest 




do minion 


[Ip, p. 102] 


whinyardf 


o pinion 




migniardf or 


chain pignon|| 


tpipit 


miniardt 


un pinion 


sippet* 


vineyard 


pre o pinion 


skippetf 




self-o pinion 


snippetf 


vineyards 




strippett 


pnyiird, above] 


pinioned 


tippet 




[myiin, above] 




flnew 




slippeth 


[In & you?] 


minions 


pp, p. 102] 



48 DOT 


BI.E KHYMES, Ip 


tippets 


dripplef ship-light 


ppPt, above] 


fipplet triplite|| 




gripple [Ip & lit?] 


shipful 


cripple 


pp & full?] 


nipple rippling 




ripple [Ipl, above] 


chippy 


stipple stripling 


hippeH 


swiple or 


slippy* 


swipple striplings 




tipple ppllng, above] 


typic 


ttripel 


a dipic 


triple ripples 


Ca lippic 


sub triple ppl, above] 


phi lippic 


par ti ciple? 


a typic 


shipment 


pho no typic 


crippled e quipment 


mon o typic 


[Ipl, above] re shipment 


ste re o typic or 


un crippled trans shipment or 


ster e o typic 


tran shipment 


e lee tro typic 


lipless un shipment 




[Ip & less?] 


pippin 


shipments 


Jshippen* or 


tipplest ppmSnt, above] 


tshippon* 


ppl, above] 


Phi lippine? 


Jippo 




liplet pp & 0?] 


chipping 


riplet 


PP, P- 103] 


shipletf el lipses?|| 


un slipping 


triplet ppsSz, below] 


clippings 


stippleth e clipseth 


pplng, above] 


[Ipl, above] pp & saith?] 


pippins 


liplet s tgipsies or 


ppln, above] 


pplc't, above] Jgypsies 



DOtTBLE RHYMES, 



440 



e clipses 


Jdipsas|| 


diptychs 


el lipses? 


thlipsisll 


Pptlk, above] 


pps, p. 102] 


tripsisll 


lith o glyptics 


Jel lipses?|| 


el lipsis|| 




ppsts, below] 


ec thlipsis|| 


de scriptive 




par a lipsis|| 


tran scriptivet 


JE gyptian 




Ppshiin, above] 


as cription 


gipsies! 


in de scriptive 


de scription 


ppseX above] 




in scription 




diptote 


con scription 


whipstaff 


triptote 


pre scription 


tipstaff 




pro scription 




diptotes 


re scription 


diphthong? 


triptotes 


sub scription 


triphthong? 




tran scription 




nipter|| 


cir cum scription 


diphthongs? 


he mipter 


su per scription 


triphthongs? 


rhi pipter 


in cir cum scrip- 




strep sipter 


tion 


diptych 


tlith o triptor? 




glyptic 


Jlith on triptor? 


de scriptions 


cryptic 




[Tpshim, above] 


styptic or 


he mipters 




stiptict 


pptur, above] 


gipsire 


triptych 




Pp & sire?] 


e cliptic 


hippus|| 




el liptic 


cippus|| 


ipsef 


an a glyptic 




gipsy or 


hoi o cryptic 


chipper* 


gypsy or lith on thriptic or 


dipper 


gypseyl 


ith on thryptic or 


PP, P. 102] 


tipsy 


lith on triptic 


flipper 




a poc a lyptic 


fripper 


e clipsing 


i a tra liptic 


kipper 


[Tp & sing?] 




nipper 



450 



DOUBLE EHYME8, p 



ripper 


pyrrhic 


stirrups 


skipper 


Ca biric 


[Trup, above] 


slipper 


spa gyric 




snipper 


em piric? 


birrus|| 


Tipper 


bu tyric 


cirrusll or 




sa tiric 


cirrhus 


chippered* 


pan e gyric? 


cirrous or 


kippered 




cirrhous 


slippered 


lyrics 


Jcirrhose or 




[Mk, above] 


tcirrose 


slippers 




scirrhus|| or 


ppfir, above] 


Jsquirrel? 


skirrhus 




virile? 


scirrhous or 


re cipient? 




skirrhous 


ppKnt, p. 693] 


lyrist? 






pan e gyrist? 


*s 


stipuled 




missal 


bi stipuled 


Jskirret? 


[Tsl, below] 




spirit 




*r 


tirritt 


lyssall 


cirri? || 


dis pirit or 


nyssaj 


scirrhi?|| 


dis spiritf 


thrissall 


[Mis, below] 


in spirit 


me drissail 




un spiritf 


zo pissall 


Quirite 


re-in spirit 


ab scissa] 


myrrliite? 






pyrite 


girrock 


ab scissas 


pyrrhite 


[Mk, above] 


[Tsii, above] 


pyrites? 


chirrup 


Christian 


[Tnt, above] 


tpyrope 


pfstyitn, below] 




sirup? or 




Jgirrock 


syrup? 


lyssse?|| 


lyric 


stirrup? 


[isa, above] 


inyrrhic 







bOUBLE RHYMES, IS 451 


missel 


ju dicial pahun, below] 


psl, below] 


of ficial 




ex itialf mi litia?|| 


de hiscence 


in itial co mitia?H 


tpu issance? 


po licialt a plysia?|| 


fa tiscence 


co initial a sitia?|| 


in de hiscence 


pri mitial 


tim pu issance? 


pu nicialf de ficience 


i 1 em i niscence 


an spicialt pshSnt, below] 


res i piscencet 


sol stitial pro spicience 


rev i viscence 


in ju dicial im pro ficiencet 




prej u dicial 


de hiscent 


ben e ficial de ficient 


tpu issant? 


ed i ficial ef ficient 


[Tsens, above] 


ex of ficial pro ficient 




in of ficial per ficient 


missest 


un of ficial suf ficient 


PS, p. 103] 


su per ficial vo litient 




sac ri ficial om niscient 


kisseth 


ar ti ficial in de ficient 


ps, p. 103] 


trib u nitial ben e ficientf 




f u tu ritialf mal e ficient 


kisses 


in ter stitial in ef ficient 


PS, p. 103] 


ex tra ju dicial co-ef ficient 




un ben e ficial non-pro ficient 


misfaith 


ex tra-of ficial in suf ficient 


PS & faith?] 


in ar ti ficial self -suf ficient 




un ar ti ficial 


blissful 


ex ere men titial pro ficients 


un blissful 


rec re men titial pshSnt, above] 


re missful 






of ficials wishest 


vitiate? or 


[fehftl, above] psh, p. 103] 


viciatc?t 




psMat, p. 004] 


lo gician disheth 



453 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



[Tsh, p. 103] [ 


Tshu, above] 


o mission 






per mission 


dishes 


ditionf 


re mission 


[Tsh, p. 103] 


fission 


sub mission 


Jsu per ficies?|| 


JLycian? 


trans mission 




mission 


vo mition 


dishful 


am bition 


ig nit ion 


fishful 


JHe briciant 


cog nit ion 


wishful 


tru brician 


JPhe nician or 




ad dition 


tPhoe nician 


fishy 


e dition 


mo nition 


ta plysise?!! 


con dition 


mu nition 


[Tsha, above] 


per dition 


JTu nisian? 




red dition 


u nitionf 


fishing 


ren dition 


JA pician 


[Ysh, p. 103] 


se dition 


tSul pician? 




tra dition 


Jsiin plician 


fishings 


ven dition 


sus picion 


[TshTng, above] 


fru ition 


tPa risian? 




co ition 


tpe riscian? 


bishop 


trans ition? 


de sition 


arch bishop 


tu ition 


in sition? 


co bishop 


Jlo gician 


tran sition? 


un bishop 


Jma gician 


den tition 




IGa lician? 


for tition 


issue 


no lition 


top tician 


tissue 


JCi lician? 


par tition 


re issue 


sub lition 


pe tition 


o ver issue 


vo lition 


Jprac tician 




ad mission 


Jtac tician 


issued 


de mission 


at trition 


[Ishu, above] 


dis mission 


de trition 


in ter tissued 


e mission 


con trition 




im mission 


nu trition 


tissues 


com mission 


Jpa trician 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 1! 


tphy sician 


in tro mission 


tmu sician 


in ter mission 


po sition 


pre ter mission 


irn bi bition 


man u mission 


ad hi bition 


in a nition 


ex hi bition 


tmech a nician 


in hi bition 


def i nition 


pro hi bition 


pre cog nition 


re hi bition 


il li nition 


sub au dition 


ad mo nition 


pre con dition 


pre mo nition 


ex pe dition 


sub mo nitiont 


non-ren dition 


am mu nition 


ex tra dition 


pre mu nition 


er u dition 


tmnem o nician 


cir cu ition-f- 


ttrib u nician or 


ex spu itiont 


ttrib u nitian 


in tu ition 


trhet o rician 


pre ter ition 


ap pa rition 


ac u ition 


fu tu ritionf 


co a lition 


mic tu rition 


re bul litionf 


par tu rition 


res i litiont 


dep u rition 


ab o lition 


su per stition 


dem o lition 


tral a tition 


em ol lition 


de den tition 


dis si litionf 


tdi e titianf 


eb ul lition 


tpol i tician 


non-ad mission 


rep e tition 


re ad mission 


tstat is tician 


re com mission 


deg lu tition 


tat o micianf 


bi par tition 


ex pro mission 


com par tition 


in sub mission 


re par tition 


ex tra mission 


tri par tition or 



453 

trip ar tition 

tmag ne tician 

ap pe titiont 

com pe tition 

Je lee trician 

tsym me trician 

in nu trition 

Job ste trician 

ac qui sition 

dis qui sition 

in qui sition 

per qui sitionf 

dep o sition or 

de po sition 

prep o sition 

prop o sition 

ap po sition 

dis po sition 

ex po sition 

im po sition 

com po sition 

mal po sition 

op po sition 

post po sition 

re po sition 

sup po sition 

trans po sition 

req ui sition 

su per ad dition 

:Melchisedician 

tac a de mician 

in in ter mission 

ex in a nition 

pre ad mo nition 

co ad u nitiont 



454 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



vom i tu rition 


non-com mis- 


tnic titionsl 


self-rep e tition 


sioned 


nu tritiors 


Jmath e ina tician 


un com mis- 


um am l/itiovs 


+a rith me tician 


sioned 


in ju dicious 


quad ri par tition 




ex pe ditious 


coun ter-pe tition 


missions 


in of ficious 


an ti at trition 


[Miun, above] 


un of ficious 


tge om e trician 


Jan tiscians? 


ic ter itious 


Jpo et-mu sician 




lat er itious 


trnet a phy sician 


vicious or 


cin er it ions 


non-dep o sition 


vitioust 


un de licious 


in dis po sition 


am bitious 


sat el litiousf 


pre dis po sition 


ju dicious 


un ma licious 


mis ex po sition 


se ditious 


gen ti litioust 


in fra po sition 


spa diceous 


in aus picious 


de com po sition 


of ficious 


un aus picious 


re com po sition 


fla gitious 


un pro pitious 


eir cum position 


de licious 


self -sus picious 


su per po sition 


ma licious 


un sus picious 


pre sup po sition 


ci licious 


av a ricious 


jux ta position 


si liceous or 


su per stitious 


an te po sition 


si licious 


tral a titious 


con tra po sition 


pu miceous 


ad di titious 


in.ter po sition 


ver micious 


sub di titious+ 


o vi po sition 


phe nicious 


del e titious 


JNe o pla to ni- 


pu niceousf 


rep e titious* 


cian 


per nicious 


cem en titious 


su per im po si- 


aus picious 


pro fee titious 


tion 


pro pitious 


ad jec titious 




sus picious 


re jcc titicr.s 


missioned 


ca pricious 


se ere titio;:s or 


con ditioned 


se riceous 


sec re titior.s 


tphy sicianedf 


fac tit ions 


as crip titious 


[Ishun, above] 


fie tit ions 


stil la titious 


un con ditioned 


pac titious 


deg lu titiousf 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



455 



com men titious 


piscine? 


e licit s 


ces pi titious 


vicine?f 


[felt, above] 


ir rep titiousf 






ob rep titiousf 


hissed? 


missive 


sur rep titious 


PS, p. 103] 


dis missive 


ad sci titious or 


tviscid 


e missive 


as ci titious 




com missive 


ad ven titious 


si licic 


o missivcf 


mer e tricious 


par a disic? 


pro missivcf 


in nu tritious 


flu o si licic 


per missive 


con nu tritious hy dro flu o si li- 


re missive 


un nu tritious 


cic 


sub missive 


o ver of ficious 




trans missive 


pet ro si licious 


missile 


ir re missivef 


sup pos i titious 


[M, below] 


un sub missive 


ex ere men titious 




in ter missive 


rec re men titious 


byssine 




o ver su per sti- 


Psn, below] 


Jbiscuit 


tious 




tbrisket 




kissing 


Jfrisket 


fisher 


PS, p. 103] 


twhisket 


Jfissure 




Jwisket 


Jscissure 


kissings 


con fiscate? 


wisher 


Psmg, above] 


lem niscate 


Jjus ticiar? 




ex piscatef 


ill-wisher 


licitt 


in viscate 


well-wisher? 


pie biscit 




tcon tra fissure 


e licit 


con fiscates? 


Jcoun ter-nssure? 


il licit 


Pskat, above] 




so licit 




fishers 


ex plicit? 


discal 


Pshftr, above] 


im plicit 


fiscal 




in ex plicit 


friskalt 


disci?|| 


un ex plicit 


me niscal 


Pskiis, below] 


un im plicit 


ob e liscalf 



456 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



friskest 


cisco 


tflssile 


[Isk, p. 103] 


ino risco|| 


gristle 






whistle 


brisket 


discoid 


Jmissal 


[IsktTt, above] 


me niscoid 


Jmissel 






Jmissile 


whisketh 


discount? 


pistlet 


Psk, p. 103] 


miscount? 


scissel? 






Jscissil 


friskful 


miscull 


tscissilet 


Psk & full?] 


psk & you?] 


thistle 






ta byssal 


frisky 


discous 


tdis missjil 


whisky or 


discus|| 


e pistle 


whiskey 


viscous 


|cir cum scissile 


risky* 


viscus|| 






hi biscus|| 


bristled 


griskint 


me niscus|| 


whistled 


whiskin* 


leu ciscus|| 




miskin 


dy tiscusll 


bristlest 


siskin 


len tiscus|| 


whistlest 


JFran ciscan 


ab a ciscus|| 








bristleth 


risking 


brisker 


whistleth 


[Tsk, p. 103] 


frisker 






whisker 


bristly 


riskings 


risker 


gristly 


Pskmg, above] 




thistly 




whiskers 


re missly 


siskins 


pskilr, above] 




pskm, above] 




bristling 




Jdiscord 


whistling 


biscuit 


whiskered 




pskat, above] 




whistler 




bristle 


e pistlerf 



DOUBLE RHYMES, IS 

whistlers {hispid 

e pistlerst wisped? 

Psp, p. 103] 
thistles 
psl, above] crispest 

Psp, p. 103] 
isthmus?! 
{Christmas crispeth 

trismusll psp, p. 103] 
s stra bismus?|| 
lar yn gismus?|| lisping 

psp, p. 103] 
{byssinf 
{byssine lispings 

glisten pspftig, above] 
christen 

listen whisper 

{vicine? crisper 

mis christen psp, p. 103] 
un christen 

{he risson?|| whispers 

{nar cissine pspur, above] 

listened cristate 

psn, above] {wistit 

a ristate 

glistens con tristatet 
[Isn, above] 

distal 

hyssop? crystal 

ps & up?] {listel|| 

{pistil 

byssoid {pistol 

cissoid 

crystals 



i 457 

pstal, above] 

distance 
pstSns, below] 

distant 
pstnt, below] 

vistali 

bal listall 

ge nistali 

a ristall 

le rista|| 

xystarch 
Pst & ark?] 

vistas 
psta, above] 

bal listse?!) 
pstl, below] 

cystes?[| 

an tistes?|| 

ag o nistes?|| 

cysted or 
cisted 
pst, p. 103] 

en cysted 
un as sisted 
un re sisted 

{distance 



458 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



ex istence wistful 


lo gistic 


ab sistence re sistful 


bal listic 


Jas sistance 


sty listicf 


Jde sistancet cisti?|| 


he mistich? 


in sistence pal ma Christi?|| 


pa pistic 


con sistence Cor pus Christi?H 


sim plisticf 


per sistence 


e risticf 


|re sistance distyle 


ju ristic 


sub sistence systyle 


cho ristict 


Je qui distance a rae o systyle or 


po ristic 


in ex istence a re o systyle 


ar tistic 


co ex istence 


bap tistic 


noa-ex istence distyles 


sta tistic 


post ex istence pstll, above] 


pa tristic 


pre ex istence 


Meth o distic 


in con sistence misty 


El o histic 


Jnon re sistance tristyf 


du al istic 


Jbal list8B?|| 


re al istic 


tdistant Ja rist8B?|| 


sym bol istic 


con sistent [Tata, above] 


He bra istic 


pstSns, above] 


Ju da istic 


self -ex istent distich 


eu phu istic 


un ex istent fistic 


e go istic 


self -con sistent mistic 


ni hil istic 


tin e qui distant mystic 


Lat in istict 


pistict 


pu gil istic 


re sistest cystic or 


Per kin istic 


Pat, p. 103] cistic 


Tal mud istic 


schistic 


jour nal istic 


twisteth Bud dbistic 


at om isticf 


pst, p. 103] so phistic 


can on istic 


lin guistic 


so cial istic 


listfult de istic 


fa tal istic 


mistful the istic 


a the istic 


tristful phlo gistic 


di the istic 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



459 



pan the istic sync re tistic bib li op o listic 
tri the istic Je ho vistic su pra nat u ral- 
Cal vin'istic phi los o phistic istic 



cas u istic 
un ion istic 
Pu sey istic 
ol i gistic 
aph lo gistic 
dis lo gisticf 
syl lo gistic 
eu lo gistic 
syn er gistic 
cat e cliistic 
the o christic 
cab a listic 
fam i listic 
sci o listic 
eu phe mistic 
al che mistic 
Hel le nistic 
com mu nistic 
ag o nistic 



i de al istic su per nat u ral- 
istic 



nom in al istic 
sen su al istic 

ra tion al istic? distichs 

lib er al istic lin guistics 

rit u al istic [Isttk, above] 

e van gel istic sphra gistics 

par al lei istic bal listics 

nat u ral istic chre ma tistics 
pol y the istic 

mon 6 the istic pistil 

char ac ter istic [Tstal, p. 457] 
an ti phlo gistic 

di a lo gistic tpiston 

ep i lo gistic pristine 

ne ol o gistic cystine 

pter i pie gistic Sistine 

anomalistic Jphlo giston?[| 

cu ri a listic Phi listine 

synch ro nistic som nain bu listic pol y cystine 

Mon ta nistic cam e ra listic am e thystine 

cith a ristic II lu mi nistic Jcor net-a-piston|| 
eu cha ristic an tag o nistic 

a o ristic an ach ro nistic listing 

aph o ristic phi Ian thro pistic pst, p. 103] 

di o risticf for mu la ristic trysting* 

an a bap tistic un as sisting 

sep a ra tistic non-re sisting 

ma te ri al istic un re sisting 
spir it u al istic 

e go tistic or un char ac ter is- listings 

eg o tistic tic pstmg, above] 



sol e cistic 

er e thistic 

Don a tistic 

pi e tistic 



460 



DOUBLE RHYMES, IS It 



Phi listines 


schistous 


Jmistionf 


[Mm, above] 


cistus|| 


plilo gistian 




JcystisH 


un Christian 


de sistivef 


Jcystose 


tper mistion 


per sistive 


xystusll 


an ti Christian 


re sistive 


ac a thistus|| an ti phlo gistian 


listless 


bister or 


Christians 


as sistless 


bistre [Istyttn, above] 


re sistless 


blister 






glister 


lissom or 


a gistment 


glyster 


lissome 


en listment 


hister 


PS & sum?] 


re en listment 


clyster 






lister 


byssusll 


en listments 


mister 


nar cissus|| 


pstmSnt, above] 


sister 






tryster 


hisser 


pistol 


twister 


kisser 


[Istai, p. 457] 


pst, p. 103] 


dis misser 




xyster|| 




piston 


ma gister|| 


kissers 


pstm, above] 


bal lister? 


psftr, above] 




phi lister|| 




mistral?] 


si nister?|| 


\t 


Jpi pistrel 


Jpol y histor|| 


ac quittal 




ar cu ba lister? 


ptl, p. 463] 


mistrals? 






Jpi pistrels 


blistered 


quittance 




pstilr, above] 


pittance 


sistra] 




ad mittanoe 


co nistra|| 


sisters 


[ft, p. 104] 




pstftr, above] 




hystrixli 




shittahl! 


PS & tricks?] 


Christian 


vitta|| 



DOtTBLE RHYMES, ft 



461 



sa gitta|| 


pithy 


cithern 




smithy 


zithern 


vittsB?|| 


stithy? or 




sa gittse?|| 


stythy? 


slithers* 


ptt, below] 


withy 


smithers* 


bitted 


lithic 


withwind? 


[Itfd, below] 


mythic or 


sea-withwind 




mithict 




mitten 


or nithic 


(th) 


ptn, p. 464] 


meg a lithic 


prithee or 




mon o lithic 


prythee 


e mittent 


neph ro lithic 


stithy? 


re mittent 


py ro lithic or 




in tro mittent 


pyr o lithic 


hither 


in ter mittent 


an ti lithic 


whither 




cys to lithic 


lither? 


fittest 




thither 


pt, p. 104] 


smithing 


wither 




pthe'st, above] 




tgittithll 




withered 


hitteth 


smithies 


un withered 


pt, p. 104] 


ptM, above] 








chitty 


fitful 


pithless 


ditty 


spitful 


pth & less?] 


fitty 






flittyt 


pithest 


rhythmic? 


gritty 


smithestf 


log a rithmic 


kitty 


withest? 




nitty 




rhythmus|| 


pity 


pitheth 


ec rhythmusjl 


pretty? 


pth&st, above] 




city 




slither* 


witty 


frithyf 


smither* 


ban ditti 



26* 



462 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



tsa gittoe?H 


ra chitic 


di a lytic 


[fte, above] 


tra chytic 


cat a lytic 


com mil tee? 


en clitic 


par a lytic 


self-pity 


pro clitic 


poec i litic or 


un witty 


mel litic 


poi ki litic 


sub com mittee 


pop litic 


syph i litic 


sper ma ceti?|| 


pal mitic 


ar gil litic 




psam mitic 


num. mu litic 


tbitted 


gra nitic 


bi o lytic 


[It, p. 104] 


lig nitic 


car o litic 


dittied 


py ritic 


o o litic 


nitid? 


pleu ritic 


ze o litic 


pitied 


eu ritic 


cop ro litic 


citied 


as citic 


pi so litic 


tspitted 


leu citic 


grap to litic 


tun bitted 


ar thritic 


o to litic 


un pitied 


tri lo bitic 


stal ag mitic 


tun ac quitted 


Jac o bitic 


er e mitic or 


tun ad mitted 


cen o bitic 


her e mitic 


tun com mitted 


trog lo dytic 


dol o mitic 


tun per mitted 


ep i phytic 


mel a nitic 


tun re mitted 


lith o phytic 


sel e nitic 


tun trans mitted 


zo o phytic 


Sy e nitic 


tun in ter mitted 


Ad am itic 


sy e nitic or 




Is lam itic 


si e nitic or 


critic 


Si na itic 


si en nitic 


pres bytic 


u ran itic 


en cri nitic 


den dritic 


ton sil itic 


pneu mo nitic 


me phitic 


ti tan itic 


tym pa nitic 


ne phitic 


dol er itic 


Naz a ritic 


Ham itic 


Jes u itic 


Syb a ritic 


Sem itic? or 


di a critic 


por phy ritic 


Shem itic? 


hyp o critic 


phos pho ritic 


squill itic 


hy per critic 


mar ga ritic 


au gitic 


an a lytic 


Cab i ritic 



^ RHYMES, 



463 



di o ritic 

diph the ritic 

Him. ya ritic 

par a sitic 

mar ca sitic 

my o sitic 

an thra citic 

ant ar thritic 

hem a title 

ste a title 

stal ac title 

ab ra zitic 

ant aph ro ditic 

her maph ro ditic 

an ti ne phritic 

pre-ad am itic 

Is ra el itic 

men ac can itic 

bet er o clitic 

o nei ro critic or 

o ni ro critic 

an tho phyl litic 

a ren i litic 

mil i o litic 

the od o litic 

a er o litic 

Mon o the lytic 

e Ice tro lytic 

sub por phy ritic 

an thro po mor- 

phitic 

A re op a gitic or 

Ar e op a gitic 

an li par a lytic 

an ti syph i litic 



critics be little* 

ptfk, above] |com mittal 

|re mittal 

sitting Jtrans mittalf 
pt, p. 104] re victual 

un fitting tnon-com mittal 
un flitting Jre com mittal . 
un witting 

un be fitting whittled 

un re mitting ptl, above] 
un sub mitting 

un in ter mitting bitless 

witless 
sittings 
[tting, above] whittlest 

ptl, above] 
British 
skittish be littleth 

ptl, above] 
cities 

ptl, above] fitly 

unfitly 
brittle 

whittle whitling* 

kittle* whittling 

kittelf kitlingf 

little victualing? 

knittle witling 

smittle be littling* 

spittle ptl, above] 
Jspitalf 
thwittle* whittlings 

tittle ptllhg, above] 
victual 
Jac quittal brittlish 



404 



DOTTBLE RHYMES, Yt 



kittlish 


sittenf 


[It & rlt? or ft & 


littlish 


smitten 


trite?] 


smittlish* 


un bitten 






un written 


citric 


brittler 


tin do-Briton 


py ro citric or 


ptl, above] 




pyr o citric 


titler 


fitness 






witness 


citrine 


titlers 


un fitness 


quer citrine? 


ptlfir, above] 








witnessed 


citron 


whittles 


un witnessed 


quer citron? 


ptl, above] 




pome citron 


skittles 


kittens 


win ter-citron? 


victuals 


ptn, above] 








citrul 


pitman 


ditto 


ptral, above] 


Jpitmen 


ban dittof 




Je ryth ro litmine 




Switzer 




Briton 


[Tt & sir? or Its 


re fitment 


ptn, above] 


& her?] 


ac quitment 






com mitment 


pitpat 


Switzers 


re mitment 


a pitpat 


pt & sirs? or Its 


re com mitment 




& hers?] 




Jwhittret* 




com mitment s 


citrate 


bitter 


ptme'nt, above] 




bittor or 




Jwhittrets* 


bittour 


bitten 


citrates 


chitterf 


JBreton 




fitter 


tBriton 


lit'ral 


pt, p. 104] 


kitten 


tcitrul 


flitter 


Jmitten 




fritter 


written 


phos phyttrite 


glitter 



BOTTBLE KHYME8, ft iv 



465 



quitter 


Jdivot 


livings 


quittor 


Jpivot 


pving, above] 


litter 


privet 




titter 


rivet 


civism 


twitter 


civet 


in civismf 


em bitter or 


trivet 




im bitter 


Glen livet 


drivel 


ad niitter 


un rivet 


rivel 


re mitter 




shrivel 


re mittor 


for giveth 


Jcivil 


trans mitter 


PV, p. 105] 


snivel 


dis em bitter or 




swivel 


dis im bitter 


civets 


Jin civilf 




pvSt, above] 


Jun civil 


glittered 


privy 


driveled or 


ptur, above] 


tivy 


drivelled 


un em bittered or 


tan tivy? 


pvl, above] 


un im bittered 




un shriveled! 




livid 




bittern 


Jlived? 


livelong 


gittern 


Pv, p. 105] 


pv & long?] 


tlitorn 


vivid 




cittern 




shrivels 




civic 


pvl, above] 


bitterns 


un civic 




ptftrn, above] 




driven 




civil 


given 


bitters 


pvl, below] 


riven 


ptur, above] 




JSivan?|| 




living 


striven 


Xv 


Pv, p. 1051 


thriven 


givest 


un giving 


re driven 


pv, p. 105] 


un for giving 


un driven 




ev er living 


for given 



DOUBLE RHYMES, IV 1Z 


mis given 


JLivian? 


e lysia?|| 


un given 


ob livion? 


Ar te misia?!| 


un shriven 






un for given 


*z 


scission 




visage 


vision 


pivot 


en visage 


trans ition? 


pvt, above] 




al lision 




visaged 


e lision 


giver 


en visaged 


JE lysian? 


ftv, p. 105] 




il lision 


kiver 


ptisan? 


col lision 


quiver 


pzn, below] 


mis prision 


liver 




de rision 


river 


gizzard 


ir rision 


shiver 


pzurcl, below] 


ab scission 


sliver? 




de cision 


tiver* 


wisdom 


ex cision 


de liver 


un wisdom 


in cision 


out liver 




in sition? 


re de liver 


chisel 


con cision 




pzl, below] 


Jpre cisian 


quivered 




pre cision 


pvur, above] 


frizzest 


re cision 


riveredf 


pz, p. 105] 


re scission 


un shivered 




di vision 


white-livered? 


fizzeth 


pre vision 


uii de livered 


[Tz, p. 105] 


pro vision 






re vision 


clivers? 


quizzes 


in de cision 


rivers 


PZ, p. 105] 


cir cum cision 


pvilr, above] 


^busies 


im pre cisionf 




pzT, below] 


mis di vision 


con vivial? 




sub di vision 


pvlal, p. G98] 


fizgig 


su per vision 




pz & gig?] un 


cir cum cision 



RHYMES, 



467 



visioned 


whizzing 


Islam || 


pro visioned 


[to, P- 105] 


pz & lam?] 


visions 


whizzings 


frizzled 


col lisions 


Pztng, above] 


pzl, above] 


pzhtin, above] 




grizzled or 




visit 


grisled 


tscissure? 


pz & it?] 




vizier? or 


re visit 


fizzlest 


visier? 


in ter visit 


pzl, above] 


tin cisure 








visits 


mizzleth 


busy 


pzlt, above; tz 


pzl, above] 


dizzy 


& its?] 




physyf 




chisley 


frizzy 


busies 


drizzly 


mizzyf 


pzt, above] 


frizzly 


un busy 




grizzly 


o ver busy 


tchisel 


grisly 




drizzle 


misly 


busied 


fizzle 




dizzied 


frizzle 


sizzling 


un busied 


grizzle 


pzl, above] 




gislef 




physic 


crizzel or 


sizzlings 


phthisic or 


crizzle 


pzlftig, above] 


tisicf 


mizzle 




par a disic? 


misle or 


fizzler 


met a physic 


mistle 


frizzier 




sizzle 




met a physics 


swizzle 


fizzlers 


pztk, above] 


tzizel or 


frizzlers 




tzisel 




physicked 


ten chisel 


drizzles 


un physicked 




pzl, above] 



468 



f)OUBLE KHYMES, 



dismal 


dizened? 


oft 


chrismal 


wizened 


flowagti 


a "bysmal 


pzn, above] 


stowage 


bap tismal 


un prisoned 


towage 


par ox ysmal 


un im prisoned 




cat e chismal 




in choate 


cat a clysmal 


prisons 


[08t, below] 


em bo lismal 


pzn, above] 




an eu rismal 




oa 




hyssop? 


Jnowel 


schismall 


pz & up?] 


Jthowel 


tli a schisma|| 




be stowal 




quizzer 


en to zoal 


clysmicf 


scissor 




eni bo lismic 


visor 


be stowals 


aph o rismic 




[Oal, above] 




disardt or 




stra bismus?|| 


dizzard 


pro to zoans 


lar yn gismus?|| 


gizzard 


[oon, p. 482] 




izzard 




Jbison? 


lizard 


Oil 


dizen? 


rizzered 


boa|| 


his ? n 


scissored 


hoa? 


niizzen 


visard or 


whoa? 


prison? 


vizard 


moa|| 


risen 


visored 


Jmohall 


tptisan? 


wizard or 


poa|| 


wizen 


wisardt 


proa|| 


be dizen? 


un visored 


jer boa?[ 


dis prison 




die koa| 


im prison 


gizzards 


a noa|| 


a risen 


pzurd, above] 


qui noa|| 


im risen 




lei poa|| 


up risen 


scissors 


hy dro zoa|| 


re-im prison 


pzftr, above] 


dip lo zoa|| 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 6a 5b 



460 



an tho zoa|| 


[Obal, above] 


mobled?f 


en to zoa|| 




en nobled 


pro to zoa|| 


globest 


[Obi, above] 


[06n, p. 482] 


[Ob, p. 107] 




a mor pho zoa|| 




nobless? or 




robeth 


noblesse?|| 


froward 


[Ob, p. 107] 


[0 & bless?] 


flowered? 






toward 


globy 


moblest?f 


un toward 


goby 


noblest 




obi || or 


[Obi, above] 


Ob 


oby|| 




globate 


Ja dobe|| 


lobelet 


Jhobitf 




[Ob & let?] 


lobate 


mobile? 




Jobit?|| 


[Obi, below] 


mobleth?f 


probate 




en nobleth 


in globate 


probing 


[Obi, above] 


con globate? 


[Ob, p. 107] 




bi lobate? 




nobly 


tri lobate? 


probings 


ig nobly 


tpost-obit? [ObTng, above] 


un noblyf 


quin que lobate 






quad ri lobate 


gobies 


mobling?f 


pin nat i lobate 


[Obi, above] 


en nobling 


a cu ti lobate 




[Obi, above] 




moble?f 




koba|| 


^mobile? 


mobles?f 


ar roba|| 


noble 


nobles 




ig noble 


[obi, above] 


blowball 


en noble 




dough-ball 


un noblef 


row-boat 


snow-ball 


dis en noble 


tow-boat 


snow-balls 


|kobold?l| 


row-boats 


27 







470 DOTTBT/E RtTYMES, ft!) 6d 

tow-boats [OcluT, above] [Och, p. 107] 

hautboy or broachest poachers 

hoboyf [och, p. 107] [fichflr, above] 
[0 & boy?] 

en croachetli od 

globous [och, p. 107] mul ti nodate 

Ja cobusll [o & date 1 ?] 
[Ob & us?] coaches 

croches?) tbodle* 

sober re preaches modal 

dis rober [och, p. 107] nodal 

im sober Jodyle 

Oc tober coaclif ul Jyodel or 

Jmes o lobar re proachful Jyodle 

un re proachful trl nodal 

tglobard or ep i sodal 

tglowbardt poachy [odlz, p. 471] 

snow-bird [Oche, above] 

sobered coda'l 

ap proaching sodaj 

snow-birds [och, p. 107] pa godaj| 

[dbtlrd, above] un re proaching kol podaj 

sal-soda 

sobers ap proachless 

[Ob fir, above] re proachless kol podes?|| 

[Och & less?] xe rodes?] 
Och 

sot to voce?|| en croachmeiut loaded 

mez za voce?]| ap proachmentf [od, p. 108] 

[oche, below] ttoadknl 

en croachments woaded 

coachee ap proachmentsf un goaded 

poachy un cor roded 
|mez za voce?l| poacher 



DOUBLE RHYMES, (1(1 



codex|| [Odmg, above] dodoes 

[0 & decks?] [0 & dOz?J 

modish 

yodel toadish |Odin|| or 

[Odttl, above] un modish JWodan|| or 

J Woden I 

rodent co dists meg a lodon| 

e rodent [Odst, above] 

cor rodent loadstone or 

brodekin w lodestone 

Jcodist brodequinll shoad-stone 

Jmodist [Od & kin?] toad-stone 

[Odfsts, below] 

a bodest yodle 



[Od, p. 108] 



loadstones! 
[ddal, above] [OdstOn, above] 



goadeth 


odelet 


roadster 


[od, p. 108] 


toadlett 


[Od & stir?] 




[Od & let?] 




bodeful 




roadsters 


[Dd full?] 


odelets 


[od & stirs?] 




toadlets 




odize? 




modus || 


[o & ell/?] 


bodies 


nodous 




yodles or 


mul ti nodous 


odyle 


Jyodels 




[odttl, above] 




loader 




bodementt 


[od, p. 108] 


boding 


fore bodement 


odor || or 


[Od, p. 108] 


in com mode- 


odourll 


shoading or 


mentf 


mal odor or 


shoding 




male odor 


un fore boding 


dodo|| 


ma rauder? 




[0 & do?] 





bo( lings 



loaders 



1-51* 



[fulfil*, above] 


[0t, above] 


Sofi|| or 






Sophi 


me lodious? 


5f 


strophe? || 


[odlus, p. 700] 


sofa| 


trophy 




ja tropha!) 




o 




lloafed? 


poem 


sofas 


trophied 


proem 


ja trophas 




|E lohimll 




profile? 


|bry o zoum|| 


strophe?|| 


[o&fill?; Ofi.ll, 




[Off, below] 


below] 


poems 






proems 


profile? 


oafishf 




[o & feel?] 


[0 & fish?] 


blowess 






loess 


beaufet 


trophies 


prowess? 


sofettf 


[Off, above] 


|psoas|| 


Tophet 








tophus 1 or 


sowest 


beaufets 


tofus 


[0, p. 106] 


[of^t, above] 


trophusllf 


|E lohist 




[o & fuss?] 


|liy lo zoist 


profile? 




[Ofsts, below] 


[o & file?] 


gopher 






loafer 


ICroat 


profiles? 




poet 


[d & files?] 


gophers 


|in choate 




loafers 


tin troit? 


ophite 




[0 & it?] 


Ophite 


hofulf 




[o & fight?] 


Iprofile? 


knoweth 




soeful* 


[0, p. 106] 


ophites 


woful or 




[Oflt, above] 


woeful 


poets 




[0 & full?] 



KHYMES, <lf ot 



473 



^profiles? 
soefuls* 
[o & fulls?] 

o& 

dogate 
pro rogate 

[o & gat?] 

dogates 
[OgSt, above] 

brogan? 

slogan 

Jtrogon|| 

brogans? 
[og&n, above] 

togall 
yoga|| 

toged 

pro rogued? 
[og, p. 108] 

pro roguest 
[og, p. 108] 

dis em bogueth 
[og, p. 108] 

bogy or 

bogey 

fogy or 



fogey 

logy* 

roguyf 



ah 

mohair 
[o & hair?] 



col loguing Mohaw r k 

[og, p. 108] [d & hawk?] 

bogies or Mohawks 

bogeys [d & hawks?] 



coehorn o?' 

bogle* cohorn 

Jdogalt [o & horn?] 

ogle 

vogle lohock 

Mohock 



bogles* 
[ogl, above] 

hogo 
[0 & go?] 

trogonj 
[dgan, above] 

ogress 
progress? 

droger or 
drogher 
ogre 

ogres 
[ogur, above] - 



lohocks 
Mohocks 

mohurll 
[5 & her?] 

oX 

blowy 
doughy 

poe?j| 
showy 
snowy 

towy 

stoic 

di chroic 

dysp noic 

he roic 



474 



DOUBLE RHYMES, G 5k 



a zoic 


hy lo zoists 


nocake 


ben zoic 


[O^st, above] 




pie o chroic 




locate 


ep i ploic 


in troit? 


re locate 


mock-he roic 


[oe"t, above] 




un he roic 




bocal 


al Ian toic 


u 


focal 


hy lo zoic 


Trojan 


pliocal 


ce no zoic? or 


yojanil 


local 


cae no zoic? 




Jsocle? or 


mes o zoic 


Trojans 


tzocle 


ne o zoic 


yojans 


strocal or 


hy po zoic 




strokal or 


an tho zoic 


an a goge?|| 


^strode 


en to zoic 


ap a goge?j| 


Jtrochil 


pro to zoic 


ep a goge?Jl 


vocal 


pa le o zoic or 


par a goge?j| 


tyokel* 


pa ke o zoic 


ant an a goge?|| 


un vocal 


ho moa o zoic 




scm i-vocal? 




cogent 




going 


un cogent 


bocala 


[0, p. 106] 




[dkal, above] 


a going 


doges 




self-knowing 


Al lo broges?|| 


pocan 


un knowing 


par a goges 


[okn, below] 


o ver knowing 


[oje, above] 








coca|| 


goings 


ok 


mocha!| 


[otng, above] 


brocage or 


stocaht 




brokage 


mul tocajl 


beauish 


rokeage* 


tap i oca 


lowish 


soakage 




showishf 


yokeage* 


trocar)] or 






trochar 


E lohist's 


hoe-cake 


[okur, below] 



RHYMES, 5k 



476 



trochee 


socle? or 


cocoas 


[okl, below] 


zocle 


[oko, above] 




[okal, above] 




chokest 




okro 


[ok, p. 109 ; 


smokeless 


[0 & crow?] 


okust, below] 


[ok & less?] 








hoaxest 


smoketli 


broken 


coaxest 


[Ok, p. 109] 


oaken 




* 


Jpocan 


folks's 


choky 


Jsloakan 


hoaxes 


Loki|| 


spoken 


coaxes 


mokyt 


token 




oakyf 


un broken 


hoaxing, &c. 


poky 


out spoken 


[oksest, above] 


Jrokee* 


plain-spoken 




rokyf 


un spoken 


spokesman 


smoky 


be token 


^spokesmen 


soaky 


fore token? 


strokesman 


stokey* 


un be spoken 


Jstrokesmen 


troche?] 






Jtrochee 


tokened 


hoaxer 


Jdi trochee 


be tokened 


coaxer 




fore tokened? 




trochil 




hoaxers 


[Okal, above] 


tokens 


coaxers 




[okn, above] 




broking 




focus|| 


croaking 


cocoa 


hocus 


[Ok, p. 109] 


moco 


crocus]! 


troching 


pocof 


locuslj 


un pro yoking 


rocoa 


ho cus-pocus 




ro coco]] 




trochings 


ba roko|| 


focused 


[Oklng, above] 


lo co f oco 


hocused 



476 



DOUBLE HHYMES, 5k 61 



locust 


stola|| 


in f oldment or 


[6kst, above] 


tola|| 


en foldnientt 




An gola 


with holdment 


joker 


scagl iola or 




croaker 


seal iola 


in foldments 


croker 




[dldme'nt, above] 


ocher or 


folded 




ochre or 


[Old, p. 110] 


bolden 


oakert 


un molded or 


golden 


poker 


un moulded 


[old, p. 110] 


soaker 




holden 


stoker 


boldest 


olden 


Jtrocarll or 


be boldest 


em bolden or 


Jtrochar 


[old, p. 110] 


im boldent 


jokers 


be boldetb 


coldness 


[fikftr, above] 


[old, p. 110] 


[old, p. 110] 


51 


folding 


bolder 


pollaget 


[old, p. 110] 


[old, p. 110] 


tollage 


golding 


boulder or 






bowlder 


cholate 


foldings 


molder or 


prolate? 


[oldlng, above] 


moulder 






polderil 


Jdolentt 


boldisb 


shoulder 


volant 


coldish 


smoulder! 




oldish 




pholasll 




mouldered! 


[dtfs, below] 


foldless 


shouldered 




goldless 


smouldered! 


polar 






[Olflr, below] 


boldly 


boulders! 



gola] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 51 


477 


poldway 


wholly? 


Polish 


[old & wa?] 


coaly 






lowly 


holies 


solen|| 


moly 


[oil, above] 


[oln, below] 


poly or 






poley 


soleless 


bowless 


rolley 


[oles, above] 


tbolisll 


shoaly 




Jbolusll 


slowly 


solely 


tpholas|| 


B0li?|| 


[oil, above] 


foeless 


solyt 




Jsoleless 


Jsolely 


ca j clement 


Jsolug|| 


stolae?|| 


en rolment or 


snowless 


mo holiil 


en r jllment 


ttholusll 


un holy 


[01, p. 109] 


Ja nolisJI 


ne roli? 








ca j elements 


drollest 


prolix? [olment, above] 


rollest 


[0 & licks?] 




[01, p. 109] 


|scolex|| 


bollentt 






- Ibowline? 


con doleth 


moline 


Jcolon 


[01, p. 109] 


[oln, below] 


tmoline 






|solen|| 


doleful 


boiling 


stolen? 


[01 & full?] 


[01, p. 109] 


|stolon|| 




un con soling 


swollen? 


bowline? 




Jrom bowline 


snow-line 


boilings 


Jei dolon|| 


tow-line 


[olftig, above] 


un stolen 






Jsem i colon? 


bowlines? 


bolis|| 


Jmes o colon?|| 


[olln, above] 


[olcs, below] 


Jtet ra colon | 



holy 



27* 



drollish 



wholeness 



478 DOUBLE RHYMES, Ol 


solenessf 


[olt, p. Ill] 


colter or 




Jpoulticed 


coulter 


nolo|| 




re volter? 


solo|| 


moulteth 






[Olt, p. Ill] 


bolters 


prologue 1 ? 




[oltur, above] 


[0 & log?] 


bolt-head 






jolthead 


bolus' | 


colon 


[olte'd, above] 


[olfes, above] 


[oln, above] 








bolt-heads 


bowler 


colons 


joltheads 


[01, p. 109] 


[Olon, above] 




dolorll or 




jolting 


dolour 


dolesome 


[Olt, p. Ill] 


jowler? 


wholesome 




tmolar 


un wholesome 


joltings 


knoller 




[oltmg, above] 


tpolar 


bolster 




poler 


holster 


doltish 


poller 


up holsterf 


coltish 


roller 






Jsolar 


bolstered 


boultin 


soler or 


[Olstftr, above] 


Jmolten 


solere 




poltin?|| 


stroller 


holsters 




Ipre molar or 


[olstur, above] 


choltryll or 


tpra? molar 




choultry!] 


Jbi polar 


bolted 


poultry 


Jdi polar 


[Olt, p. Ill] 




Jsub pokr 


un bolted 


goltschut[| 


con troller or 


un jolted 


[Olt & shut?] 


comp troller 


[olthe'd, below] 




Jcir cum polar 




bolter 


Ilu ni solar 


doltestf 


[olt, p. Ill] 


Je lee tro-polar? 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 51 O1H 



479 



rollers 


coma|| 


ombre?|| 


[olftr, above] 


chromall 


somber?! 




stomall 


[ombtir, p. 507] 


molewarp 


stroma|| 




[01 & warp?] 


a boma|| 


Jbowman? 




zy gonia|| 


bowmen? 


folio? 


glau coinall 


Jbromine 


olio? or 


gle choma]| 


Jfoeman 


oglio? 


leu coma|| 


foemen 


im broglio?|| or 


sar comail 


Jgnomonll 


em broglio? 


sy coma| 


omen|| 


port folio? 


di plomall 


Jlioman 


sa polio? 


a roma|| 


Jshowman 




gy romaji 


showmen 


folios? 


ce roma| | 


Jsnow-man 


[olyO, above] 


sche roma| 


snow-men 




rhi zomaj 


Jyeoman 


om 


the o broma|| 


yeomen 


bromate 


staph y loma|| 


ab domen?|| 


comate? 


mel a noma|| 


ag nomenJI 


co-mate 


car ci noma|| 


cog nomen|| 


chromate 


pel i oma|| 


prae nomen|| or 


JmomotH 


dac ry oma|| 


pre nomen 


stomate 


ath e roma|| 


Jthe o bromine 


bi chromate 


phyl lo soma|| 




hy dro bromate 


cy clo stoma?|| 


omened 




mon o stoma?|| 


[o & mend?] 


chromates 


ste a toma|| 




[OnuTt, above] 


hy per sar coma|| 


lomeut 




[omata, p. 714] 


moment 


bromal 




strew mcnt?t 


domal 


diplomas 


em bowment 


romal? 


[oma, above] 


be stowment 



bromajl 



omber? or 



moments 



480 



DOUBLE KHYMES, Gill Oil 



[oment, above] 


gloaming* 


vomerll 




combing 


mis nomer 


omens 


[om, p. Ill] 




^showman's 




homers 


[omeii, above] 


combings 


[oinflr, above] 




coamings 




roamest 


[dniing, above] 


homeward 


[om, p. Ill] 




Homeward 


JRomistt' 


Thomists? 




JThomist? 


[oniest, above] 


Oil 


[omists, below] 




can zone? i| 




foamless 


vi o lone?|| 


foametli 


homeless 


cic e rone? i| 


[om, p. Ill] 


[om, p. Ill] conversazione?!] 


doinite 


chromo 


donate 


chromite 


ma jor-domo 


tcronet 


Thomite 


ec ce-homoj| 


pronate 




le ga lis homo?|| 




foamy 




monad? 


comse?|| 


momot 


Downed? 


loamy 


[omffit, above] 


[on, p. 112] 


oinyf 




tponied 




bromous 




bromide or 


chromous 


tcronel 


bromid 


Momusll 


co ronal? 


Jcombed? 


hy po bromous 


ma tronal? 


[Om, p. HI] 


ho mo chromous? 


pa tronal? 


sub bromide! 




sub um boi ml 


ses qui bromide! 


gomer|| or 


pol y zonal 




homer|| or 




bromic 


chomeril 


donax|| 


chromic 


comber? 


[fmlks, below] 


hy dro bromic 


omer|| 






roauier 


sonant 



DOUBLE RHYMES, Oil 



481 



[On8nt, below] 


Jchronist 


co ronae?|| 




loanest 


tagl ioni|| 


monas|| 


[on, p. 112] 


can zoneVJI 


[Onus, below] 




col o phony? 




cronet 


vi o lone? || 


donajl 


[omit, above] 


mac a roni| 


tronail 




cic e rone? || 


cin cliona|| 


moaneth 


laz za roni|| or 


Ore mona|| 


[On, p. 113] 


laz a roni 


a nona?|| 




coun ter com po- 


an nona|| 


groanfult 


ny 


ke rona|| 


moanful 


tcon ver sa zi- 


co rona|| 




one?|| 


conite or con ver sa zi oni|| 


spa dones?|| 


konite 


dram a tis per- 


[Onfa, below] 


[0 & nit?] 


songe?|| 


cronel 


en thronize or 


Idonaxjj 


[Onftl, above] 


in thronize 


onyx 




[on & Iz?] 


zonicsf 


ponentt 




meg a lonyx?j| 


Jsonant 


bony 




do ponent 


donill 


boning 


ex ponent 


drony 


groaning 


com ponent 


coney? or 


[On, p. 112] 


op ponent 


cony? 




pro ponent 


crony 


groanings 


pre dis ponent , 


pony 


[oning, above] 


in ter ponent 


stony 






tonyg 


A donis|| 


de ponents 


trom bone?|| 


[onus, below] 


[One'nt, above] 


bal cony? 






in cony? 


dronish 


lowness 


po lony 


lonish 


[Onus, below] 


com pony 


Bab y lonish 



482 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 5n Op 



ponies 


tlowness 


Jpol y zoan 


[Onl, above] 


Jmonasfl 


pol y zoon?|| 


Jspa dones?H 


onus]) 


dip lo zoon|| 


Jtel a mones?|| 


Jslowness 


Jbry o zoan 


|mer i ones?|| 


tonous 


en to zoon|| 


Jvib ri ones?|| 


JA donis|| 


phy to zoon?l| 


Jstru thi ones? || 


Jo nonis|| 


tpro to zoan? 




[OnneX above] 


[Oanz, p. 468] 


boneless 




pro to zoon] 


throneless 


doughnut 


sper ma to zoon|j 


toneless 


[0 & nut?] 




zoneless 




r>p 




donor|| 


copal 


lonely 


owner 


nopal 


only 


Jzonarll 


opal 


pronely 


[On, p. 112] 


sem i-opal 






per i tropal? 


dis ownmentf 


owners 




post ponement 


[onur, above] 


opahll 


[On, p. 112] 




mon o tropa?H 




Bo lognian 




de thronements 


Si monian? 


topau?H 


[Onme'nt, above] 


[Onffin, p. 703] 


[0 & paw?] 


lonenessf 


bronzes? 


sopor|| 


proneness 


[onz, p. 113] 


[Opur, below] 


a lonenessf 






un knownness 


56 


copeck|| or 


[onus, below] 


Jblowen 


kopeck 




Jgrowan 


[0 & peck?] 


lonesome 


|Ar goan 




[On & sum?] 


hy dro zoon]| 


gropest 




a i zoon]| 


[dp, p. 113] 


bonusjl 


Jep i zoan 


Jtropist 


conus|| 


ep i zoon|| 


^u topist 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 5p Or 



488 



[Opfets, below] 


opened 


borate 




re opened 


Jfloret 


hopeth 


un opened 


chlorate 


[op, p. 113] 




JkoretH 




opens 


lorate 


hopeful 


re opens 


tmorat 


mopefult 




orate 


un hopeful 


copestone 


bi borate 




soap-stone 


bi florate 


ropy 




de florate 


slopy 


copestones 


bi forate? 


soapy 


[OpstOn, above] 


bi chlorate 






per chlorate 


coping 


tcopos|| 


de ploratef 


[Op, p. 113] 


mopust 


flu o borate 




opusj] 


tsem i floret? 


copings 


la gopus|] 


hy dro chlorate 


[Oping, above] 


tglau copis|] 






oc topus|| 


borates 


glau copis|| 


phal a ropus?|| 


[Ora"t, above] 


[Optis, below] 








groper 


borax || 


mopish 


[Op, p. 113] 


toryx?|| 


popish 


roper 


storax|| 


ropish 


Jsopor|| 


thoraxil 




toper 


pro thoraxj] 


tropists 


in ter loper 


nyc ti corax|| 


[Optfst, above] 




met a thoraxj) 




gropers 


hy dro thorax ]| 


hopeless 


[opur, above] 


mes o thoraxil 


[op & less?] 








or 


floral 


open 


borage? 


horal 


re open 


shorage 


chloral 




storage 


choral 



4 DOUBLE KHYME8, Or 


oral 


fordeth 


sorel? 


roralf 


[ord, p. 114] 


[oral, above] 


roral 






Jsorel? 


hoarding 


borest 


thoral 


[ord, p. 114] 


Jflorist 


tri floral 




Jchorist 


tri horal 


hoardings 


[Ortsts, below] 


ail roral 


fording, above] 


soarest 


sem i-horal 




sorest 


mad re poral 


fordless 


[or, p. 113] 




swordless 




chorals 




poureth 


[oral, above] 


bordman 


[or, p. 113] 




swordman 




dorall 




forehand 


floral! 


foredoom? 


a forehand 


fowl 


Jwhoredorn 


be forehand 


moral! 




[or & hand?] 


oral! 


foredooms? 




psora!) 


^whoredoms 


hoarhound or 


ma sora|| or 




horehound 


ma sorah|l 


boarder 


[or & hound?] 


noc thora?|| 


hoarder 




sig norall 


sworderj 


chori?|! 


pas si flora?]] 




[orus, below] 


ox y moral! 


boarders 


a pri ori?|| 




[ord ft r, above] 


a for ti ori?|| 


boarded 






sworded 


dorees? 


porime 


[ord, p. 114] 


glories 


[0 & rhyme?] 


un forded 


[orl, p. 485] 






fos sores?!! 


porimes 


hoardest 


scan sores?)! 


[0 & rhymes?] 


[ord, p. 114] 


con tra bo nos 






mores? 1] 


chlorite 



DOTTBLE RHYMES, Or 



485 



porite 
Thorite 

chlorites 
[orlt, above] 

Jdoree?|| 

dory 

froryf 

glory 

gory 

hoary 

lory 

oary 

poryf 

rory or 

roary 

story 

storey 

tory 

John dory 

vain glory 

mag giore?|| 

coun ter-flory? 

im prov vi sa- 

toriH 

Jim prov vi sa- 

tore|| or im- 

pro vi sa tore?|| 

{floored? 
[or, p. 113] 

gloried 

chloride or 

chlorid 



roridf 
sporid 
storied 
un storied 
hy dro chlorid ! 
ses qui chloride! 
hy drar go-chlo- 
ride! 



goarishf 

whorish 

sorish 

Morisk 
[o & risk?] 



florists 
[ore'st, above] 
sporids 

[drtd, above] stories 

[01% above ; Orez, 
chloric p. 484] 
choric 

psoric Dorism 

per chloric porism 

eu chloric 

flu o boric Dorisms 

hy dro chloric [orlzm, above] 
ox y chloric 



hy per chloric 

oryx|| 
[oraks, above] 

roaring 
[or, p. 113] 

roarings 
[orftig, above] 

doris|| 
[orus, below] 

bearish 



forger 
re forger 

forecast? 
[or & kast?] 

floorless 
shoreless 



door-lock 

forelock 

oarlock 

doorman 
foreman 



486 DOUBLE RHYMES, Ol* 

long shoreman? di vorced? [ors, p. 115] 

[ors, p. 115] 

doormen a foresaid dis coursings 

[ormttn, above] [orsTng, above] 

forcest 

foremost hoarsest 

^lowermost [ors, p. 115] 



en forcive 
dis coursivo 
di vorcive 



morenessf en forcetli 

soreness [ors, p. 115] 

mournest forces 

be mournest [ors, p. 115] 
[or & nest?] 

forceful 

mournful re sourcefulf 
[orn & full?] 

portion 
ap portion 



forceless 
re sourceless 
di vorceless 

hoarsely 
coarsely 



forcernentf 
de forcemont 
en f orcement 
di vorcement 



bournless 
[orn <fc.less?] pro portion 

re-ap portion re en f orcement or 
moro|| dis pro portion re in f orcement 
a men sa et tho- mis pro portion 

ro|| su per pro portion enforcements 

o ver pro portion [orsment, above] 
boron 

doron|| portioned hoarsenf 

Jfloran [firshun, above] coarsenf 

tchlorine un portioned 
Jkoran|| un ap portioned hoarseness 

Jkorin un pro portioned coarseness 

Jsorehon un der pro por- 
ox y moronll tioned 



door-stone 
hoarstone 



forced? dis coursing 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 5r 



487 



door-stones 


^foretaste? 


dis portmentf 


hoarstones 


courtest 


com portmentf 




[ort, p. 115] 


trans portmentf 


forcer 






coarser 


re porteth 


court-rate? 


courser 


[ort, p. 115] 


portrait 


hoarser 






de forceorf 


sportful 


court-rates 


en forcer 


sup portfulf 


portraits 


dis courser 






di vorcer 


forethought 


portress 




a forethought 


sup portressf 


forcers 






[Orsfir, above] 


sporting 


courter 




[ort, p. 115] 


[Ort, p. 115] 


portage 


non-im porting 


porter 


col portage? 


un sup porting 


ex porter 






im porter 


portal 


sportings 


col porteur|| or 


sportalf 


[ortmg, above] 


col porter 






re porter 


portancef 


sportless 


sup porter 


im portance?t 


sup portless 


trans porter 


portant 


courtly 


porters 


im portant? 


portly 


[orttir, above] 




un courtly 




forted 




courteous? 


courted 


courtling 


dis courteous? 


[ort, p. 115] 


sportling 


un courteous? 


un courted 






un ex ported 


courtlings 


courtier 


un re ported 


sportlings 


an ti courtier 


un sup ported 






un trans ported 


de portment 


forum |J 



488 



norm.E PJIYMES, or oS 



Jjoram* or 

jorum* 

quorumll 

de corum!! 

in cle corumll 

Jad va loremll 

va ri orum?!| 

quorums 
[drum, above] 

Jdoris|| 

Jchloris 

chlorous 

chorus!! 

Jloris|| 

morns!) 

porous 

sorusll 

torus!] 

torous 

bi florous 

tri florous 

de corous? 

py lorus|| 

ca norous 

so norous 

im porous 

u ni florous 

mul ti florous? 

hy po chlorous 

sem i-chorus?|| 

in de corous? 

pol y sporous 



borer 

[Or, p. 113] 
nn der roarer 



dosest 
closest? 



[ds, p. 



borers cu grosseth 

[driir, above] [ds, p. 116] 

oarsman doses 

Joarsinen [ds, p. 11G] 
[or/ k man or imct a nior pho- 
men?] ses?|| 

[dsts, below] 

OS 

an nu losan ne gotiate? 

[dsn, p. 490] as sociate? 

in sociate? 

bosa|| [oshint, p. 706] 
mar gosa|| 
mi mosa?il 
sil i quosa ! 
glo ri osa|| 
am o rosa|| 



social 
dis social 
un social 
an ti social 
in ter social 



fausse-brayii 
[ds tfc bra?] 



ocean 
[dshun, below] 
ploce?|| 

mi mosa 1 ?! ga loches?|| 

<rlo ri osaj?|| [oah, p. 117] 
u na voce?|| 
vi va voce?] beauship 

[d & ship?] 
docentf 

nocent ocean? 

lotion 



DOTTfcLE RHYMES, 58 



motion 


foci?|| 


my osis|| 


notion 


loci?|| 


chlo rosis|| 


potion 




mo rosisil 


Jprocheinll 


co-sine 


py rosisjl 


JMar cosian? 


[o & sin?] 


dip sosisj) 


Jni cotian 




ar throsis|| 


a motion met a mor phosic? 


an a brosis|| 


e motion 


[o & sick?] 


di a brosis|| 


com motion 




lep i dosis|| 


pre motion 


docile? 


ru ti dosis| 


pro motion 


focile 


synch on drosisj 


re motionf 


. in docile? 


sys sar cosis|| 


self-motion 




phal a crosis|| 


pre notion 


dosing 


anch y losis|| 


JBoe o tian or 


[os, p. 110] 


syn des mosis|| 


JBe o tian 




en dos mosis|| 


de vo tion 


dosings 


ec cliy mosisll 


JTagl ia cotian? or 


[oslng, above] 


ex os mosis|| 


tTal ia cotian? 




di ag nosis|| 


lo co motion 


^process? 


mel a nosis|| 


coun ter motion 


lor dosis|| 


cy a nosisll 


in de votion 


gom phosisf 


ich thy osis|| 


self -de votion 


co phosisll 


mad a rosis|| 


un de votion 


cy closisll 


am au rosis|| 


e lee tro-motion? 


glau cosisll 


het e rosis|| 




nar cosis|| 


syn neu rosis|| 


lotions 


sar cosis|| 


di or thosisll 


[oslum, above] 


sy cosis|| 


di ar throsis|| 




ne crosis|| 


en ar throsis|| 


croceoust 


me losis|| 


syn ar throsis|| 


ne gotiousf 


cil losis|| 


haem a tosis|| or 


pre cocious 


li mosisll 


hem a tosis 


f e rocious 


zy mosisllf 


met emp tosis|| 


a trocious 


prog nosis|| 


par emp tosis|| 




mei osis] 


pro emp tosis|| 



490 



DOUBLE HHYMEft, fi* 



ex os tosis|| 


])() COSOll* 


[fist, p. 117] 


an tip tosis|| 


Jan nu losan 




an a mor phosis?|| 




toasteth 


met a mor pho- 


closeness 


[fist. p. 117] 


sis?|| 


[os, p. 116] 




hy per sar cosis|| 




boastful 


me temp sy cho- 


boatswains?! 


un boastful 


sis|| 


[osn, above] 


[fist & full?] 


dac ry ge losislJ 






a nas to mosisft 


joso 


boasting 


an a cce nosis|| 


so-so 


[fist, p. 117] 


e nan ti osis|| 


pom poso|| 




syn os te osis|| 


gus toso?|| 


boastings 


ap o the osis?|| 


lac ri mosoll 


[fisting, above] 


an a di plosisj 


fu ri oso?|| 




hy po ty posis|| 


cu ri oso?|| 


boastless 


ap o neu rosis|| 


gra zi oso?|| 


ghostlesst 


ep i pie rosis|| 


vir tu oso?|| 


hostlesst 


ep a nor thosis|| 


am o roso|| 




ep an a di plosis|| 


dol o roso?|| 


ghostly 




vig o roso|| 


mostly 


dis plosive 


ma es toso?j| 


un ghostly 


ex plosive 


spi ri toso|| 




e rosive 


ca pric ci oso?|| 


coaster 


cor rosive 




poster 


un ex plosive 


vir tu osos? 


[fist, p. 117] 




[fisfi, above] 


throwster 


grossly 






[os, p. 116] 


boasted 


posters 




[fist, p. 117] 


[fistur, above] 


boatswain? or 


un boasted 




boson 


un posted 


grosser 


brosent 


un roasted 


grocer 


closen 




Josar|| 


Jphocine 


roast est 


en grosser 



DOIKLE RHYMES, 58 5t 



491 



[Os, p. 116] 


flotant 


[fit, p. 117] 




tpotcut 


Inn noticed 


grocers 


to ver potent 


BU pra protest? 


[Ostir, above] 








quotall 


protests? 


ot 


rota|| 


[dtrst, above] 


dotage 


di otail 




floatage 


i otall 


noteth 


flotage|| 


sa pota|| 


[Ot, p. 117] 


notate 


dotard 


lothest? or 


rotate 


Jgoatherd 


loatliest? 


Joe grotatj 




wrothest? 


de notatet 


quotas 






[ota, above] 


slothful? 


rotates 




[6th & full?] 


[Ottlt, above] 


motor|| 






[otilr, below] 


(th) 


Jbowtell 




clothest 


dotal 


bloated 


[Otn, p. 118] 


tphotel 


[ot, p. 117] 




Jmotile 


un coated 


loatheth 


notal 


fore quoted 


[oth, p. 118] 


rotalf 


un quoted 




scrotal 


un noted 


loathing 


total 


self-de voted 


[Oth, p. 118] 


scle rotal 


un de voted 


un clothing 


tee total 




un der clothing? 


an ti dotal? 


photel 




ex tra dotal 


[otai, above] 


loathings 


sac er dotal 




[othlfng, above] 


e qui rotal 


tnoticed 






protest? 


loathsome 


totals 


tScotist 


[Oth & sum?] 


0tftl, above] 


smotest 





492 



DOUBLE iiltYMKH, Ot (Ht 



floaty 


toties? mal lotus|| 


tliroatyf 


|xe rotes?|| gym notus|| 


toty|| 


tpa rotisjl 


tarn or photse?|| 


botelessf a zotous 




quoteless lep i dotus|| 


motile 


noteless 


[otftl, above] 


motorll 




notelet scoter 


coating 


[ot & let?] voter 


quoting 


[Ot, p. 117] 


[Ot, p. 117] 


de notementt com potorf 




de votementf man u motor|| 


coatings self -de votementt ca lor i motor|| 


[otlng, above] 


mag net o motor 




moto|| e lee tro-motor? 


notice 


in toto|| 


[otiis, below] 


di voto|| voters 




ex voto|| [otur, above] 


dotish 




goatish 


quotumjl oft 




I totem f rower 


noticed 


toturn lower? 


[Ote*st, above] 


fac totum|| rower 




tee totum [o, p. 106] 


motive 


shower? 


votive 


croton|| shewer 


e motive 


moton sewer? 


pro motive 


loaten sower 


lo co motive 


mel o coton? Jtowar* 


coun ter-motive 




man u motive 


lotus|| or lowered? 


e lee tro-motive 


Jlotosll [Oflrcl, p. 469] 




^notice 


motives 


notusil rowers 


[otlv, above] 


Jotis|| [oflr, above] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 5V 5zl 498 


5v 


coving 


glow-worm 


bovate 


roving 


slow-worm 


clovate 


stoving 




ovate 




glow-worms 


tcog novit|| 


covings 


slow-worms 


ob ovate 


[ovlng, above] 




sub ovate 




oy 


sem i-ovate 


cog novit|| 


noyau? || 


ob long-ovate 


[ovat, above] 


com bo loio|| 


oval 


drovenf 


bowyerf 


sub oval 


hoven? 


oyer?|| 


sem i-oval 


cloven 






Jnovenef 


oz 


ova|| 


woven 


prosalf 


Je hovalill 


un cloven 


de posal 




un woven 


dis posal 


drovest 


in ter woven 


pro posal 


[ov, p. 119] 




re posal 


JJe hovist 


drover 


sup posalf 




clover 


trans posal 


roveth 


over 


pre sup posal 


[ov, p. 119] 


rover 


in ter posal 




stover 




bovine 


trover 


rosa|| 


ovine 


more over 


mi mosa?|| 




half seas-over 




drovyt 




rosae?|| 


grovyf 


drovers 


mi mosae?!! 


jovyf 


[ovur, above] 


[ozl, below] 


an chovy 


es tovers 








dozest 


bovid 


ow 


[oz, p. 119] 


proved? 


froward 


JSpi nozist? 




[oard, p. 469] 




28 







494 



DOT T BLE RHYMES, OZ 


dis poseth 


in ex posure 


prosing 


[oz, p. 119] 


self-ex posure 


[oz, p. 119] 




dis com posure 


un im posing 


closes 






[oz, p. 119] 


closures 


prosings 


{posies 


[ozhur, above] 


[oztng, above] 


nose-fish 


{am brosian? 


Roselite 


rose-fish 


{Mar cosian? 


[oz & lit?] 




dis plosion 




re poseful 


ex plosion 


noseless 


[ox & full?] 


c rosion 


op poselessf 




cor rosion 


re poseless 


roseal?f 






am brosial? 


e rosious 


chosen 




[Ozhiin, above] 


frozen 


am brosia?|[ 




hosent 


te phrosia?|| 


crosiered 


rosent 


ar throsia?H 


osiered 


fore chosen 






mis chosen 


{hosier 


dozy 


un chosen 


closure 


cozy or 


un frozen 


{eosierf or 


cosy or 




{cozierf 


cosey 


ma es toso?]| 


{crosier]] 


posy 


[oso, p. 490] 


{osier 


prosy 




{rosierf 


rosy 


ozone 


dis closure 


tozy 


[o & zone?] 


fore closure 


[oze, above] 




en closure or 




dozer 


in closure 


rosied 


poser 


dis posure 


{dis posed? 


[oz, p. 119] 


ex posure 


[oz, p. 119] 




com posure 




dozers 


re posure 


losing? 


[ozftr, above] 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



405 



l> bobbins [obi, above] 

tHobbist [obln, above] Jkobold?) 

robbest 



squabbest 
[ob, p. 120] 

gobbet 
[obit, below] 



mobbish hobblest 

squabbish [obi, above] 
snobbish 

goblet 
[ob & let?] 



Jgobbet 
obit?|| 
post-obit? 



jobbeth 
[ob, p. 120] 

obits? 

hobby [obit, above] 
lobby 

mobby hobbies 

nobby [obi, above] 
knobby* 

squabby Hobbism 

snobbisni 



wabbleth 
[obi, above] 

goblets 
JOblats 

squabbling 
[obi, above] 



strobile 
[obi, below] 

bobbin 

dobbin 

robin 

robbin 

sea-robin? 

gobbing 
sobbing 
[ob, p. 120] 

sobbings 
[oblng, above] 



squabblings 
[oblmg, above] 
gobble 

hobble oblong 

coble o vate-oblong 
cobble o va to-oblong 
^mobile? [ob & long?] 
moble?t 

Jobole or gobbler 

Jobol knobbler 

squabl)]e nobbier* 

Istrobile [obi, above] 

wabble 

con jobble gobblers 

|im mobile [oblilr, above] 



cobbled 



hobbles 



ft DOtTBLE KHYMES, ob OCl 

[5bl, above] [6ch, p. 120] [och & or 6t & 

sho?] 

obol! crotchet 

[Sbl, above] rochet?|| tocher* 

watchetf watcher 

lobster [och, p. 120] 
[Sb & stir?] botcheth 

[och, p. 120] watchers 

blobber [ochur, above] 
dobber* crotchets 

jobber rochets? 6cl 

[ob, p. 120] tbodied 

knobber blotches [odl, below] 

robber [och, p. 120] dodded 

slabber? or codded 

slobber watchful pcdded 

swabber or un watchful [od, p. 121] 

swobber o ver watchful Ja ble-bodied? 

be slobber Jun em bodied 
blotchy 



robbers 


botchy 


model 


[obur, above] 




[odl, below] 




botching 




obverse? 


watching 


goddess 


[ob & verse?] 


[och, p. 120] 


[5dts, below] 


dobule 


watchings 


modest 


globule 


[Selling, above] 


oddest 


lobule 




troddest 



Scotchman [Sd, p. 121] 
globules ^Scotchmen im modest 

[5byul, above] watchman o ver modest 

Jwatchmen 

och ploddeth 

scotchest n* nochio? [6d, p. 121] 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



497 



godhead 


syn odic 


bodies 


[od & head?] 


ex odic 


[MI, above] 




e podic 




godhood 


pa rodic 


bodkin 


[od & hood?] 


e sodic 


dodkin 




rhap sodic 




odizo? 


me thodic 


bodkins 


[od & eyes?] 


ar throdic 


[odkm, above] 




hel la nodic 




body 


hy dri odic 


coddle or 


cloddy 


ox i odic 


codlef 


quoddy 


e lai odic 


t model 


noddy 


chlo ri odic 


noddle 


roddyf 


pe ri odic 


swaddle 


shoddy 


ep i sodic 


toddle 


soddy 


an ti spas modic 


twaddle 


toddy 


ceph a lo podic 


waddle 


twaddy 


an ti cau sodic 


tnew-model 


wady|| 


an ti pe ri odic 


Ire-model 


em body or 






im bodyf 


me lodics 


waddled 


un body 


[odtk, above] 


[odl, above] 


dis em body 






re-em body or 


nodding 


godless 


re im body 


[od, p. 121] 


[od & less?] 


cod dy-moddy 


wadding 








swaddlest 


dis em bodied 


noddings 


[odl, above] 


[oded, above] 


[odTng, above] 








toddleth 


odic? 


bodice or 


[odl, above] 


me lodic 


boddice 




psal modic 


tgoddess 


godlike 


spas modic 


Idem i-goddess 


[od & like?] 


i odic 







23* 



40B 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ttd 6f 



godly 


quadrate 


mod wall 


oddly 


mod'rate 


[od & wall?] 


un godly 


bi quadrate 






con quadrate! 


modwalls 


godling 


sub quadrate 


[Sd & walls?] 


coddling 


sem i quadrate 




[odl, above] 




godwit 


codling 


{quadrinf 


[od & wit?] 


twaddling 


{quadrune 






squadron 


godwits 


codlings 




[Sd & wits?] 


[5dltng, above] 


{quadrinsf 






squadrons 


module 


toddler 




nodule 


twaddler 


godship 




waddler 


[Sd & ship?] 


moduledf 






noduled 


toddlers 


dodder 




[odlftr, above] 


fodder 


modules 




codder 


nodules 


coddles 


modderf 




[odl, above] 


odder 


5f 




plodder 


offal 1 


dodman* 


[od, p. 121] 


[Sfl, below] 


liodman 


podder 




{hodmen 


solder? or 


doffest 1 


rod-man 


soder? 


[of, p. 121] 


{rod-men 


un solder?! 


{sophist 



sodden doddered prophet 

throdden* [odilr, above] [offt, below] 

trodden 

un trodden fodders scoffeth 1 

[odiir, above] [of, p. 121] 
{quadrat 



DOTJBLE RHYMES, ftf tig 409 


coffee 1 


scoffings 1 


toftman 1 


8trophe?|| 


[ofmg, above] 


Itoftnien 1 


toffee 1 or 






toffy 1 


coffins 1 


ofter 1 ! 




[offa, above] 


softer 1 


coffees 1 






[6fT, above] 


offish 1 * 


ofttimes 1 




spoffish 1 * 


[5ft & times?] 


strophic? 






ja trophic 


profit 


doffer 1 


phil o sophic? 


Jprophet 


goffer 1 


the o sophic 


soffit 


coffer 1 


cat a strophic 


dis profit 


Jcougher 


per i strophic 


[6f & it?] 


offer 1 


mon o strophic 




proffer 1 


an ti strophic 


profits 


scoffer 1 


ant a trophic 


[offt, above] 




ap os trophic 




coffered 1 


hy per trophic 


coffle 1 


[5fur, above] 


un phil o sophic? 


Joffal 1 


un offered 1 


the o phil o sophic 


waffle 1 






[aful, p. 299] 


proffers 1 


coffin 1 




[of ur, above] 


toften 1 


soften ! 




Jsoften 1 


[ofin, above] 


g 


tophin 1 




logan or 




oftener 1 ? 


loggan 


coffined 1 


softner 1 ? or 


Jnoggenf 


Jsoftened 1 


softener 1 ? 


tnoggin 


un coffined 1 






tun softened 1 


oftest't 


logans 




softest 1 


[5gitn, above] 


offing 1 




moggans* 


scoffing 1 


softman 1 * 




[Of, p. 131] 


Isoftmen 1 * 


dogged? 1 



600 DOTTBLE RHYMER, tig" &j 

[fig, p. 121] floggings [Sglur, above] 

[oglng, above] 



cloggest 




goggles 


>g, p. 121] 


doggish 1 


[ogl, above] 




hoggish 




dogget 




doggrel 1 


hogget 


joggles 


hoggrel 


Jloggat 


poggies 








dogger 


joggeth 


boggle 


flogger 


>g, p. 121] 


broggle* 


hogger 




goggle 


jogger 


doggets 


joggle 


cogger 


;tft, above] 


coggle 


logger 1 * 




toggle 


[agur, p. 299] 


dogfish 1 






frog-fish 


boggled 


floggers 


hog-fish 


[ogl, above] 


[ogur, above] 


bog-house 


fogless 


dogwood 1 


loghouse 1 


[og & less?] 


logwood 1 


boggy 


boggiest 


hogshead 


foggy 


[ogl, above] 


[5gz & head?] 


froggy 






groggy 


broggleth* 


6j 


joggiell 


[ogl, above] 


project? 


cloggy 




coun ter-project? 


poggy 


joggling 




scroggy* 


[ogl, above] 


lodgest 


soggy 




flJJ, p. 122] 




boggier 




flogging 


[5gl, above] 


dodgeth 


>g, P- 121] 




[Qj, p. 122] 


nogging 


bogglers 





DOUBLE KHYMES, ftj 5fc 



501 



lodges so cio logic? lodgment or 
122] pho to logic lodgement 

on to logic dis lodgment! 
tau to logic win ter-lodgment! 
as tro logic 

dodger 
codger 
lodger 



logic 

eu logicf 

dem a gogic 

par a gogic 

ped a gogic 

i sa gogic 

mys ta gogic 

mor pho logic 



phys i co logic 
o phi o logic 
phys i o logic 

kyr i o logic or JMagyar?|| 

cyr i o logic or 

cu ri o logic codgers 

ep i logic de mon o logic or [oj ur, above] 
my co logic dem on o logic 
sar co logic her pet o logic 6k 

psy cho logic so ci o logic? dockage 

eth no logic os te o logic lochage 

pho no logic an throp o logic or lockage 

phre no logic or an thro po logic socage or 

phren o logic mar tyr o logic soccage 

tech no logic hi er o logic 
eth o logic phra se o logic cockal 

phil o logic hel min tho logic [Ski, below] 
ge o logic or ni tho logic 



chron o logic me te or o logic 


lochan* 


lith o logic 


Mo roccan 


my o logic an a gogics 




myth o logic i sa gogics 


brocardil 


ne o logic [Sjlk, above] 


Jcockered 


gno mo logic or 


pockarred or 


gnom o logic lodging 


pockared 


path o logic [oj, p. 122] 




pos o logic 


knockest 


the o logic lodgings 


[5k, p. 123] 


trop o logic [5jmg, above] 


JLockist 


nee ro logic 





>02 DOUBLE RHYMES, 6k 


brocket 


rocky 


hockled 


docket or 


socky 


cockled 


doquetf 


stocky 




cocket 


Jtockay 


frockless 


crocket 




lockless 


locket 


jockeyed 


rockless 


pocket 


[okhed, above] 


smockless 


rochet? 




sockless 


rocket 


bocking 




socket 


frocking 


hocklest 


marsh-rocket? 


cocking 


cockiest 


sea-rocket? 


stocking 




un socketf 


[ok, p. 122] 


hockleth 






cockleth 


rocketh 


stockinged 




[5k, p. 122] 


un stockinged 


hockling 






cockling 


dockets 


stockings 


rockling 


[oket, above] 


[5kmg, above] 








rocklings 


rock-fish 


blockish 


[Skiing, above] 


stock-fish 


brockish 






pockish 


socles?! 


blockhead 


stockisht 


[okl, above] 


| jockeyed 






Jknocked? 


jockeys 


socman 


[ok, p. 122] 


[6kT, above] 


tsocmen 






stockman 


bockey* 


hockle 


Jstockmon 


flocky 


Jcockal 




hockey 


cockle 


/occo 


jockey 


mocklef 


mo rocco|| 


crocky 


socle? or 


si rocco 


lockyt 


zocle? 


ba jocco|| 


pocky 


strockle 





DOUBLE RHYMES, 5k 



503 



em boxest 


Jfoxed? 


oxlips 


[6ks, p. 122] 


[Sks, p. 122] 


[Sks & lips?] 




oxide or 




foxeth 


oxyd 


boxenf 


[Sks, p. 122] 


tproxiedt 


cockswain? or 




hy droxide! 


coxswain? 


boxes 


ses quoxydt 


oxen 


[Sks, p. 122] 


bi noxide! 


Jproxene 


Jproxies 


di oxide! 


ttocsin 


[Sksl, below] 


per oxide! 


woxenf 




sub oxide! 


Jpic ro toxine 


tri noctial 


quad roxide! 




e qui noctial 


deu toxide! 


cockswains?! 




pro toxide! 


[oksn, above] 


coction 


tri toxide! 




de coction 


ses qui oxide! 


boxer 


con coction 


hy per oxide! 


[ok & sir?] 


re coction 


su per oxide! 








boxers 


noxious 


toxict 


[5k & sirs?] 


in noxious 


par a doxict 




ob noxious 




octave 


hie cius doctius? 


boxing 


[5ktrv, below] 


un ob noxious 


[Sks, p. 122] 








de cocted 


flocci?!! 


boxings 


con cocted 


cocci?|| 


[okstng, above] 


un con cocted 


oxeye 








proxies 


octetf 


doxy 


[oksT & 5ksz, 


[okt & it?] 


foxy 


above] 




proxy 




coctile 


or tho doxy? 


oxlip 


octile 


het er o doxy? 


[Sks & lip?] 


tri octile 



504 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 5k 61 



toctave 


cockered 


bollard 


de coctive 


[okard, p. 501] 


collard* 


con coctive 




collared 


|sub octave 


rockers 


Lollard 




[okiir, above] 


pollard 


doctor)! 






proctor 


clock-work 


Lollards 


con cocter 


rock-work 


[olilrd, above] 


pro proctor 


stock-work 








mollahs 


doctored 


clock-works 


[ola, above] 


proctored 


[okwurk, above] 








a bollae?|| 


nocturn 


61 


co rolla3?|| 


[5k & turn?] 


solace 


[Ola, above; 51T, 




Jtor ti collis?!! 


below] 


nocturns 






[ok & turns?] 


de collate 


college 




[olet, below] 


knowledge 


doctors 




ac knowledge 


[oktftr, above] 


holla? 


fore knowledge 




mollahjl 


pre knowledge 


floccusl) 


olla|| 


self-knowledge 


coccus!! 


a bollall dis ac knowledge 


di coccous 


co rolla 1 ! 




tri coccous 


sar co colla'! 


ac knowledged 


tet ra coccous 


lith o collaj 


[oltfj, above] 


pen ta coccous 


tau ro colla||unac knowlcdp-d 




sas so rolla I! 




cocker 


os te o col la 1 


solemn 


locker 


ich thy o colla|| 


[olum, below] 


mocker 1 






knocker 


collar 


l)rc pollencet 


rocker 


[olur, below] 


e qui pollence or 



eq ui pollence 



\ \ 



DOUBLE 




' 505 



Jvolant? 


dolly 


di a bolic 


pre pollentf 


folly 


met a bolic 


at tollent 


holly 


par a bolic 


e qui pollent or 


jolly 


am phi bolic 


eq ui pollent 


kolly 


hy per bolic 




collief 


al co holic 


hollen 


qually 


mel an cholic 


Jcolin 


mollell 


ep i colic 


pollen 


trolley* 


ric i nolic 




volley 


va ri olic 


hollens 


sea-holly? 


vit ri olic 


[61n, above] 




ep i polic 




olidf 


ep is tolic 


lollest 


solid 


ap os tolic 


[61, p. 123] 


squalid 


bib li o polic 


Jsolaced 


stolid 


un ap os tolic 


Jun solaced 


volleyed 




JTJck e walist 


sur solid 


frolics! 




un solid 


[61Yk, above] 


colett 


Jex tolled? 


tpollux|| 


collet 


[61, p. 123] 




tprolate? 




frolicked 


swalletf 


frolic! 


rollicked 


wallet 


Jhollock 




Jde collate 


colic! 


colin 




Jpollack or 


[61n, above] 


ex tolleth 


Jpollock 




[61, p. 123] 


rollic 


lolling 




car bolic 


[61, p. 123] 


collets 


sym bolic 




[olet, above] 


Ar golic 


polisn 




bu colic 


a bolish 


dolphin 


E olic or 


de molish 


Ru dolphine 


^E olic 


re polish 




sys tolic 


in ter polish 




89 7 





506 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



o ver polish 


pollock 


scolloped 




[Silk, above] 


[olup, above] 


polished 






[Sllsh, above] 


Voltal! 


dollar 


un polished 


la voltall 


collar 


un a bolished 




choler 


un de molished 


voltill 


toiler 




walty?f 


scholar 


follies 




sollar* 


[oil, above] 


waiter?* 


ex toller 




re volter? 




Jdollman| 




collared 


dolmen|| or 


waiters?* 


[Slard, p. 504] 


tolmen 


re volters? 








dollars 


fullow 


column 


[Slur, above] 


holloa? 


collumll 




hollo? 


^solemn 


solvend? 


holla? 


Jun solemn 


re solvend 


hollow 


sem i-column? 




collowf 




solvent 


swallow 


collop 


in solvent 


volowf 


loUopf 


e volvent 


wallow 


Jpolyp or 


dis solvent 


sea-swallow 


tpolype?ij 


re solvent 


en wallow 


scallop? or 






scollop or 


solvents 


followed 


escalop? 


[61vnt, above] 


[51(5, above] 


trollop 




un followed 


wallop 


solvest 


un swallowed 


es calop? 


[olv, p. 123] 



hollows wallops re volveth 

[610, above] [Slup, above] [Slv, p. 123] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 61 6lll 



507 



re volving 


Jbombate 


comber? 


[olv, p, 123] 


combat? 


omber? or 


un dis solving 


wombat 


ombre?H 


un re solving 


in ter combat? 


scomberli 






somber? or 


re volvings 


combats? 


sombre? || 


[olvtng, above] 


[ftmbitt, above] 








domett 


de volvement 


Lombard? 


Jcomate? 


e volvement 


Jsombered? or 


comet 


in volvement 


tsombred? 


grommet or 


re volvement 




gromet 




rhombi?|| 


Jvomit 


de volvements 


[ombus, below] 


Jre vomit 


[SlvmSnt, above] 








bornbic 


comets 


solver 


rhombic? 


[omSt, above] 


[olv, p. 123] 


Jtombacll 






or tho rhombic 


comic 


re volvers 




gnomic 


[olvftr, above] 


wamble 


Jhommock 




en semble?|| 


vomic 


mollienty 


tout-en semble?|| 


un comic 


e mollient? 




a tomic 


re mollient?f 


wambles 


dys tomic 




[ombl, above] 


en tomic 


volume 




pal in dromic 


en volumet 


rhomboid 


lox o dromic 




a nom o rhom- 


or tho dromic 


volumed 


boid 


tiag i-comic 


en volumedt 




cin na momic 




rhomb us 1 


e co nomic or 


ttm 


strombusj 


ec o nomic or 


domagt't 


thrombusll 


03 co nomic? 


homage 




ag ro nomic 



508 



DOUBLE RHYMES, fall 



chi ro nomic [omgt, above] Jnon compos[J 

i so nomic [Smp & us?] 

au to nomic rompest 

as tro nomic [5mp, p. 124] common 

gas tro nomic t commune? || 

an a tomic swampeth dis common 

di a tomic [omp, p. 124] un common 

lith o tomic in ter common 

lie ro i-comic romping 

se ri o comic [omp, p. 124] oil 

he li o chromic nonage 

ste re o chromic rompings [on & age?] 

or [ompmg, above] 
ster e o chromic 



nonaged 

complicet [on & aged? or on 
ac complice & edged?] 



phys i og nomic 
ste re o tomic or 

ster e o tomic 

ac complished connate? 

lox o dromics un ac complished [onSt, below] 
[omlk, above] 



phor o nomics 


compound? 


monad? 


py ro nomics or 


de compound? 


tas toniedt 


pyr o nomics 


su pra de com- 






pound 


donna|| 


gromill 




ma donna'l 


Jwammell* 


prompted 


bel la donnaH 




un prompted 


pri ma donna]! 


pomace?! 






promise 


promptness 


monarch 





ver promptness 


[6n & ark?] 



promised 

fore-promised im promptujl ma donnas 

un promised [ompt & you?] [om't, above] 



vomit 



pompous 



ton dit?|| 



BOTTBtE RHYMES, 6 


tt 509 


Spondee 


spondyle 


frondous 


wandy* 






di spondee 


condyles 


fonder 




[ondfl, above] 


[ond, p. 124] 


spondees 




conder 


di spondees 


cor re spending 


condor 1 




[ond, p. 124] 


ponder 


bonded 


in cor re spond- 


squander 


[6nd, p. 124] 


ingt 


wander 






yonder 


de spondence 


conduit? 


de spender 


re spondence 


in condite? 


doub le-en ten- 


cor re spondence 


re condite? 


dre?|| 


in cor re spon- 


tre spondet] 




dence t 


sem i-re condite? 


wandered 






[ondur, above] 


frondent* 


fondle 


un pondered 


de spondent 


[ondfl, above] 


un squandered 


[ondens, above] 






dis cor re spon- 


rondeau? || or 


ponders 


dent 


rondo 


[ondilr, above] 




se condo|| 


hyp o chondres? 


fondest 






JGi rondist 


t laundry? 


donnest 


ab scondest 


hyp o chondry 


[on, p. 124] 


[ond, p. 124] 




honest 




^laundries? 


dis honest 


re spondeth 


hyp o chondries 


un der honestt 


[ond, p. 124] 


hyp o chondres? 








bonnet 


tfondle 


conduct? 


Jdonnat* 


condyle 


mis conduct? 


Iconnate? 


Jrondelt 


safe-conduct 


sonnet 


Jrondlef 




un bonnet 


spondyl or 


fondus|j 





610 



DOUBLE KHYMK8, ftli 



conneth 


congoil 


pro longers 1 


[on, p. 124] 


pongo|| 


[5ngfir, above] 




tongoli 




sonnets 




Johnite 


[tinSt, above] 


drongos 


Sonnite? 




[5nggO, above] 




longest 1 ? 




Johnites 


throngest 1 


congerjl 


Sonnites? 


[Ong, p. 125] 


longer 1 ? 






stronger 1 


bonny 


be longeth 1 




conny* 


[Ong, p. 125] 


be longing 1 


nonny 




[ong, p. 125] 


in cony?t 


wrongful 1 




as tonyf 


songful 1 


be longings 1 






[SngTng, above] 


phonic 


e longate? 




clonic 


pro longatef 


longish 1 


conic 


sub e longate 


[Ong, p. 125] 


chronic 






chroniquell 


JMongol 


wrongless 1 ! 


tonic 


diph thongal? 


songless 1 


car bonic 


triph thongal? 




a donic 


mon oph thongal 


longly 1 


He donic 




wrongly 1 


sar donic 


longan] 


strongly 1 


a phonic 


wangan?!]* 




si phonic 




longness 1 ! 


sym phonic 


longans 


wrongness 1 


eu phonic 


wangans?* 




a gome 




longer 1 ? 


jar gonic 


longest 1 ? 


wronger 1 


cy clonic 


strongest 1 


pro longer 1 


Dra conic 




[ong, p. 125] 


gly conic 


drongoil 




cro conic 



DOUBLE RHYMES, &11 511 


la conic 


Teu tonic mon o tonic 


me conic 


Scla vonic or su per tonic 


ob conic 


Sla vonic i so tonic 


Ty chonic 


chal ce donic sul pho-car bonic 


a cronyc 


cal ce donic sten to ro phon- 


har monic 


di a phonic icf 


mne monic 


cat a phonic pa thog no mon- 


gno monic 


pol y phonic ic 


pneu monic 


cac o phonic per ip neu monic 


po monic 


mon o phonic O lym pi onic 


pul monic 


an ti phonic Am phic ty onic 


ser monic 


cos mo gonic an ti ma sonic 


ca nonic 


ge o gonic Ne o-Pla tonic 


I onic 


the o gonic ar chi tec tonic 


zo onic 


i so gonic e lee tro-tonic 


Aa ronic 


pol y conic phys i og no- 


i ronic 


an a chronic monic 


pyr rhonic 


mon o chronic in ter gan gli onic 


ma sonic 


Bab y Ionic 


per sonicf 


heg e monic conies 


gna thonicf 


en har monic [onlk, above] 


py thonic 


phil har monic mi cro phonics 


ti thonic 


in har monic meg a lonyx?H 


a tonic 


eu har monic 


en tonic 


an ti monic conning 


cro tonic 


Phar a onic [8n, p. 124] 


Me tonic 


em bry onic 


Mil tonic 


al cy onic monishf 


Pla tonic 


sten tor onicf tonnish 


Plu tonic 


his tri onic wannish 


pre tonic 


ge o ponic ad monish 


syn tonict 


mac a ronic pre monish 


stra tonic 


au toch thonic sub monishf 


sub tonic 


di a tonic as tonish 


tec tonic 


sem i tonic fore-ad monish 



512 DOFBT-K RHYMES, 6ll 

pre ad rnonish rhonchtisll 



tonsure 



ad moDished 


conquer? 


stnmtiuin?|l 


[ftnlsh, above] 


pre conquer? 


dra contium?i| 


un ad moniihed 


re conquer? 




un as tonished 




s])onsion 




Jconcord 


Jslrontian? 


bonnies 


conquered? 


JLe pout inn 


[6nl, above] 


un conquered? 


re sponsion 


plonges 


conquest- 


sponsions 


[5nj, p. 125] 


re conquest 


[onshun, above] 


concave 


jonquil? or 


conscious 


hi concave 


jonquille? 


self-conscious 


pla no-concave 


[on & quill?] 


un conscious 


con ca vo-con- 




sein i-conscious 


cave 


spousal 




con vex o-con- 


[onsul, below] 


soncy* or 


cave 




sonsy* 


[8n & cave?] 


nonsense 


un sonsy* or 




[on & sense?] 


un sonsie* 


bronchi? || 






rhonchi?]] 


sconcest 


sconcing 




tAl fonsist 


spousing 


bronchi? 1| 


en sconcest 


en sconcing 


[onkl, above] 






donkey 


sconceth 


Al fonsist 


swankie* or 


en sconceth 


[onsest, above] 



swanky* [on & saith?] 

re spon si ve 

donkeys montia?J| cor re sponsive 

strontia?!) un re sponsive 



[5nkl, above] 
bronchusll 



t monsieur? [I 



consound 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 5 


ii 513 


[tin & sound?] 


$ con sole? 


piano-horizontal 




con sul i| 




constant 


Jsponsal 


montant 


in constant 


Jtonsil 


[ontent, below] 


un constant! 


ttonsile 






pro consul || 


frontier? 


de monstrate? 




[on & ter?] 


pre monstratet 


consult? 




re monstrate 


ju ris consult 


tquantumH 






montemll 


re monstrates 


consuls 




[tinstnTt, above] 


[tinsiil, above] 


content? 






Jmontantll 


monstrance 


sponsor] 




re monstrance 


tonsor|| 


contents? 






Jmontants 


pre monstrant 


sponsors 




re monstrant 


tonsors 


frontest? 


an ti re monstrant 




[tint, p. 126] 


con tra re mon- 


concert? 


contest? 


strant 


dis concert? 






pre concert? 


fronteth? 


construe? 




[tint, p. 126] 


mis construe? 


frontage? 


monteth? 




pontage 




construe?! 




monte?|| 


monster 


cis montane 


pontee? 


sea-monster? 


tra montane? 


wanty* 




ul tra montane 




nonsuit 


in ter montane 


quantic 


[tin & suit?] 


[tintm, below] 


JPontac 






Pontic 


nonsuits 


fontal! 


ar chontic 


[tin & suits?] 


frontal 


dra contic 




hor i zontal 


mas to dontic 



29* 



514 DOTTBLE KIIYMK8, fill t 

A nac re ontic Yer monter 

quantics Ver monters 
A nac re ontics [ontvlr, above] 



tbonten 

Jbonton?!! 

Jfrontonl) 

Jmonton 

Pontine 

J want on 

dra contine 

Jcis montane 

[5ntiJn, above] 

Bi pontine 
Jo ver wanton 

pontees? 
wanties* 

Jonto* 
o dontof 



lionorfl or 

honour 

Conner? 

wanner 

tzonnar|| 

tgenre?|| 

dis honor! 

honored! 

dis honored! 

un honored! 

un dis honored! 

honors! 
[onur, above] 



convex 
[on & vex?] 

bonton?|| pla no-convex 
[ontln, above] con ca vo-convex 
con vex o-convex 
contract? 

pre contract? bronzest? 

sub contract Jbronzist? 

em bronzest? 
contrite? 

un contrite bonzes 

bronzes? 

ren contre?|| em bronzes? 
[ant fir, p. 281] 



bonze? || 
bronzy? 

ftp 

coppel 

[opl, below] 

stoppest 
[op, p. 126] 

hoppet 

moppet 

topet 

croppeth 
[op, p. 126] 

hoppet s 
[opet, above] 

cropful 
topful 

choppy 

floppy* 

copy 

poppy 

sloppy 

soppy 

re copy 

copied 
(stopped? 

[op, p. 126] 



boTTBLK RHYMES, O 


p 515 


topic 


tgloppen* 


[5pl, above] 


tropic 


coppin 




hy dropic 




chapless 


cy clopic 


chopping 


stoplessf 


a copic 


[op, p. 126] 


topless 


my opic 


topping 


[op & less?] 


pres by opic 


^vhapping or 




E thi opic 


whopping 


hopplest 


hy gro scopic 




[opl, above] 


per i scopic 


choppings 




tel e scopic 


[5p!ng, above] 


droplet 


di chro scopic 




[op & let?] 


mi cro scopic 


chopins? 




ther mo scopic 


[optn, above] 


stoppleth 


bar o scopic 




[opl, above] 


steth o scopic 


foppish 




nee ro scopic 


froppisht 


droplets 


phil an thropic 


goppish* 


[op & lets?] 


mis an thropic 






the an thropic* 


copies 


drop-light 


psi Ian thropic 


poppies 


hoplite 


al lo tropic 


re copies 


top-light 


i so tropic 






ste re o scopic or 


hopple 


hoplites 


ster e o scopic 


tcoppel 


[opllt, above] 


met o po scopic 


copplet 




un phil an thropic 


popple 


fopling 


leu co-e thi opic 


stopple 


toppling 


the o phil an- 


thropple 


[opl, above] 


thropic 


topple 







Jes toppel or 


foplings 


topics 


es topple [Splmg, above] 


[tfplk, above] 







coppled popples 

chopin? toppled [6pl, above] 



516 



DOUBLE RHYMED 



shopman 


dropsies 


di optric 


Jshopmen 


[opst, above] 


sci optric 


topman 


Jcopses 


ca toptric 


Jtopmen 


mopseys 


cat a di optric 




|sy nopses?|| 




hoppo|| 


[opsts, above] 


di optrics 


[6p & 0?] 




ca toptrics 




a dopted 




option 


re-a dopted 


ca toptron|| 


a doption 


un a dopted 


pol y optron|| 


pre option 








a doptest 


a dopter 


options 


re a doptest 


tri diopter 


[opslmn, abovej 




ho mopter 




a dopteth 


di opter 


dropsy 


re a dopteth 


ho ropter 


copsy 




chei ropter 


mopsey 


Coptic 


neu ropter 


dys opsy 


optic 


ca topter 


au topsy? 


scoptic 


lep i dopter 


pho topsy 


sy noptic 


phen i copter 




sci optic 


hy men opter 


ly copsis|| 


au topticf 


thy san opter 


sy nopsis|| 


om pha loptict 


het er opter 


di opsis|| 






my opsis|| 


optics 


a dopters 


mel a nopsis|| 


om pha lopticsf 


[opt fir, above] 


pil e opsis|| 


het er optics 




me con opsis|| 




chopper 


ga le opsis|| 


a dopting 


hopper 


ca ry opsis?|| or 


re a dopting 


[5p, p. 126] 


ca ri opsis? 




whapper* or 


co re opsislj 


di optra|| 


whoppcr* 


ce re opsis|| 


ca toptra|| 


copper 


than a topsis|| [optron, below] 


cropper 



DOtTBT/E RHYMES, Op OV 



lopper 


quarrel 1 


forest 1 


proper 


laurel 1 ? 


af forest 1 


stopper 


lore! 1 ! 


dis forest 1 


im proper 


Jmoral 1 


en forest 1 


un der propper? 


morel 1 ? 


dis af forest 1 




Jmoril 1 


co af forest 1 


coppered 


sorel 1 ? 


[are'st, p. 306] 


loppered 


sorrel 1 




stoppered 


ttorril 1 


Jforay 1 ? or 




Iworral 1 or 


Jforray 1 ? 


knoppern 


worrel 1 


correi 1 * 


[op & lira?] 


Izoril 1 


quarry 1 




Jim moral 1 


lorry 1 or 


coppers 


[arel, p. 306] 


lorrie 1 


[opur, above] 




sorry 1 




Jcoraled 1 or 


[art, p. 307] 


ttr 


Icoralled 1 




foray 1 ?! 


quarreled 1 ! 


florid 1 


[<M, below] 


[orel, above] 


Jforehead 1 ? 


' 




horrid 1 


borage 1 ? 


quarrels 1 


quarried 1 


forage 1 


[5rel, above] 


torrid 1 


Jporridge 1 






sorrage 1 ! 


florence 1 


Doric 1 




ab horrence 1 


Noric 1 


orach 1 ! 


self-ab horrence 1 


torach 1 or 


[orlk, below] 




Jorache 1 or 




horrent 1 


torrach 1 


borel 1 


torrent 1 


Jtorrock 1 * 


borrel 1 ! 


I warrant 1 


Ul-borak 1 ?!! 


forel 1 or 


ab horrent 1 


am phoric 1 


Jforrill 1 




phos phoric 1 


tcoral 1 


torrents 1 


pro phoric 1 ! 


Corral 1 |i 


^warrants 1 


en choric 1 


Jcorol 1 




ca loric 1 



618 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



py loric 1 


[orel, above] 


horror 1 1| or 


Ar moric 1 




horrour 1 


flu oric 1 


florin 1 or 


Jab horrer 


the oric 1 ? 


Jfloren 1 




his toric 1 


foreign 1 


horrors 1 ! 


pic toric 1 


Jsporran 1 * 


[orilr, above] 


pie thoric 1 ? 


Jwarren 1 




el y doric 1 


[arln, p. 307] 


OS 


met a phoric 1 




bossage 1 


sem a phoric 1 


morris 1 


[nsfij, p. 312] 


zo o phoric 1 


orris 1 




py ro phoric 1 or 




co lossal 


pyr o phoric 1 


quarries 1 


[ostl, below] 


Pyth a goric 1 


[orl, above] 




par e goric 1 




dosel 


al le goric 1 


borrow 1 


[osTl, below] 


soph o mode 1 * 


morrow 1 




me te oric 1 


sorrow 1 


tglossistt 


an tip soric 1 


to-morrow 1 


Grossest 1 


pre his toric 1 


o ver morrow 1 


[os, p. 126] 


met a phos phor- 


o ver sorrow 1 ! 




ic 1 




bosset 


lith o phos phor- 


borrowed 1 


fossetf 


ic 1 


[oro, above] 


cosset 


phan tas ma gor- 


un borrowed 1 


posset 


ic 1 


u n sorrowed 1 ! 




hy dro flu oric 1 




glosseth 1 


o le o-phos phor- 


sorrows 1 


[os, p. 126] 


ic 1 


[oro, above] 








bossets 


oryx? 1 1| 


torrock 1 * 


[oset, above] 


Jtorrocks 1 * 


[orlk, above] 




[orlk, above] 




bosses 1 




corol 1 


crosses 1 


moril 1 


[orel, above] 


[os, p. 126] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



510 



phosphate [fisl ring, . above ] 
met a phosphate 

flu o phosphate tgroschen|| 

ef fossion 
suf fossionf 
tCo lossian? 
thet er oscian 



hy po phosphate 

su per phosphate 

[6s & fate?] 



phosphite 
hy po posphite 



ef fossions 



[6s & fight?] [oshun, above] 



Co lossian? 
[oshun, below] 



osseous? 
[osh & us?] 



washest cosher 

[osh, p. 127] washer 

[osh, p. 127] 
quasheth 
[osh, p. 127] washers 

[oslnlr, above] 
boshes 



washes 
[osh, p. 127] 

quashee 

squashy 

sloshy 

swashy* 

washy 

wish y-washy 

washing 
[osh, p. 127] 

washings 



co lossi?|| 
mo lossi?|l 



bossy 1 
drossy 1 
glossy 1 
mossy 1 
tsaucy 
tossy 1 ! 
un drossy 1 

docile? 
tdosel 
dossil 



tdrosself 

fossil 

tjostle 

trossel* 

tthrostle 

ttassel? or 

ttosself 

wassail 

in docile? 

sub fossil 

tco lossal 

ta postle 

thy po glossal 

ti sa-a postle f 

fossils 
[ostl, above] 

tossing 1 
[6s, p. 126] 

tossings 1 
[oslng, above] 

pro boscis|| 
[osiis, below] 

boscage 1 
[6s & cage?] 

bosky 
drosky|| or 
droschke|| 

floscule 



^0 DO! 


T B7.E RHYMES, OJ 


4 


oscule 


f os & meant?] 


[SstSl, above] 


sem i-floscule? 








pi crosmine 


frosted 1 


floscules 


ir i dosmine 


ac costed 1 


[oskul, above] 




[aste-d, p. 313] 




hospice|| 




jostle 


cross-piece 1 


rostel 


[osfl, above] 




[ostSl, above] 




gospel 1 




jostled 


dis gospel 1 


costest 1 


Jtasseled?! 




[ost, p. 127] 




cross-rows 1 


Jex haustest 


drossless 1 


moss-rose 1 




tossless 1 ! 




frosteth 1 




costate 


costeth 1 


glossly 1 


prostate 


tex hausteth 


crossly 1 


a postate 


ac costeth 1 




ere bri costate 




jostling 


lat i costate 


mostic or 


throstling 


flux i costate 


mostick 




cur vi costate 


Gnostic 


jostlings 




tnostoc 


throstlings 


}hostel?i| 


Ostic 




Jhostile 


posticf 


hostler? 


costal 


a crostic 1 


j ostler 


tpostil 


dig nostic 


ostler? 


trostel 


prog nostic 




tun hostile 


ar rha phostic 1 ! 


hostlers? 


sub costal 


par a crostic 1 ! 


[oslftr, above] 


ta postil 


pen ta crostic 1 




su pra costal 


di ag nostic 


jostles 


pen te costal 


ge og nostict 


[osfl, above] 


in ter costal 


e te ostict or 






et e ostic+ 


em bossment 1 


pen te costals 


or yc tog nostic 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



[astfk, p. 313] 


prostrate 


costume? 




rostrate 


Jim posthume 


a crostics 1 


bi rostrate 


tsi phon ostome 


[5stTk, above] 


e rostrate 






den ti rostrate 


foster 1 


hostile 




coster 1 


[6stftl, above] 


tnostril 


koster 1 




rostral 


roster 1 


frosting 1 


co ni rostral 


zoster 1 1| 


[osteth, above] 


fis si rostral 


tex hauster 




pres si rostral 


im postor 1 


frostings 1 


den ti rostral 


pen te coster 1 ?|| 


[6stTng, above] 


cul ti rostral 


pa ter noster 1 ?]) 




cur vi rostral 


co ni roster 1 


hostis 1 !! 


ten u i rostral 


pres si roster 1 


a grostis 1 !! 


la mel li rostral w 


den ti roster 1 


er a grostis 1 1| 


lam el li rostral 


cul ti roster 1 


pen te costys|| 




ten u i roster 1 




mostrall 


re cur vi roster 1 


costive 1 


rostra|| 




Jex hanstive 


[ostrum, below] 


fostered 1 






tcostard 


frostless 1 


fostress 1 


un fostered 1 


costless 1 


tlat i rostrous 1 or 




tex haustless 


tla ti rostrous 1 


fosters 1 






[ostftr, above] 


costly 1 


ostrich 1 




un costly 1 


[ost & rich?] 


posture 1 


o ver costly 1 




tex hausturet 




nostrum| 


im posture 1 


Ostmen 


rostrum]] 


self-im posture 1 


[fist & men?] 


co lostrumll 








postures 1 


nostoc 


nostrums 


[ostyur, above] 



522 



DOUBLE RHYMES, tts ot 



. blossom cottalj 

possum* a notta 

em blossom 

re blossom ottar 

o possumll [otilr, below] 
ge o glossumll 
cyn o glossum|| dottard 

[Stfird, below] 
blossoms 

[6sfim, above] blotted 

[St, p. 128] 
un blotted 
tea rotid 



tprocess? 

Jpro boscisll 

co lossusll 

mo lossus|| 



tpa rotid 



slothful 1 ? 

frothy 1 
mothy 1 

Gothic 
sothic 

Vis i gothic 

Mce so-Gothic 

Os tro gothic 

nothing? 
scothingt 

be trothing 1 



un spotted [oth, p. 128] 



dosser 1 
glosser 1 
crosser 1 
Jsaucer 
[nsilr, p. 313] 

tosser 1 
em bosser 1 



Jcottised 
plottest 
[6t, p. 128] 
protest? 



frothless 1 
trothless^ 

lauthor 
frother 1 
wrother 1 ? 



rotteth 
[fit, p. 128] 

frothers 1 

dossers 1 plotful [othiir, above] 

[fisilr, above] [ot & full?] 

notwheat 
6t wrothest 1 ? [ot & wheat'/] 

cottage be trothest 1 

pottage or [oth, p. 128] (th) 

potage brotliel 

frotheth 1 em brothel 

glottal [oth, p. 128] 

[otl, below] bother 

wrathful 1 ? fother 



BOTTB'LE KITYMES, 



pother? 


des potic 


car ba zotic 




ne potic 


a nas to motic 


bothered. 


e rotic 


an ti hyp notic 


[othur, above] 


ca rotic 


mac ro bi otic 




chlo rotic 


sem i-cha otic 


fothers 


neu rotic 


ep i zo otic 


[othftr, above] 


py rotic 


ap o neu rotic 




po rotic 


an ti py rotic 


clotty 


scle rotic 


an a pie rotic 


motty* or 


stra totic 


an ti cau sotic 


mottle* 


ec trotic 




knotty 


a zotic 


ex otics 


snotty 


ep i dotic 


[otfk, above] 


spotty 


in di gotic 




totty 


ep i glottic 


jotting 


un knotty 


sub nar cotic 


yachting 


Jal lottee? 


At ta cpttic 


[ot, p. 128] 




anch y lotic 




hi drotic 


ec ty lotic 


jottings 


hy drotic 


ep u lotic 


[oting, above] 


nar cotic 


en dos motic 




sar cotic 


mel a notic 


glottis] 


a erotic 


ant hyp notic 


cottise 


di erotic 


em bry otic 


ep i glottis]] 


M lotic 


id i otic 


tpol y glottousf 


de motic 


se mei otic or 




os motic 


sem i otic 


hottish 


ther motic 


am ni otic 


tschottishl! or 


zy motic 


a re oticf 


|schottische|| 


hyp notic 


pa tri otic or 


Scottish 


steg notic 


pat ri otic 


sottish 


ex otic 


ec co protic 




ge oticf 


es cha rotic 


cottised 


cha otic 


di or thotic 


[otest, above] 


quix otic 


as ymp totic 





624 



DOtTBLE RHYMES, ftt 





bottle 


twattlers 


an notto or 




Jglottal 


[5tlCir, above] 


ar notto 




mottle 








pottle 


bottles 


grottoes 




tscotal 


[otl, above] 


[fitO, above] 




throttle 








tottle* 


al lotment 


dottrel 




twattle 


com plotmentf 


cottrel 




wattle 


mis al lotment 






em bottle 




dottrels 






al lotments 


[5trel, above] 




cotland 


[otmSnt, above] 




[5t & land?] 


notself 






gottenf 


[fit & self?] 




mottled 


cotton 




[otl, 


above] 


rotten 


bottomed 






shotten 


un bottomed 




knotless 


be gotten 






spotless 


for gotten 


blotter 






mis gotten 


[fit, p. 128] 




bottlest 


un gotten 


clottert 


[Oil, 


above] 


mis be gotten 


cotter 






self -be gotten 


otter 




throttleth 


un be gotten 


Jottar 


[6tl, 


above] 


un for gotten 


plotter 






on ly-be gotten 


potter 




hotly 




squatter 




motley 


hotness 


snotter 






squatness 


totter 




bottling 




trotter 




wattling 


grotto 


yachter 


[Stl, 


above] 


motto|| 


sea-otter? 






otto 






throttler 


ri dotto]| 


Jdottard 




twattler 


fa gotto|| 


clotteredf 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 6t Old 



525 



pottered 


de posits! 


oia 


tottered 


[ozit, above] 


loyal 






poyal 


cotters 


nozzle or 


royal 


[otiir, above] 


nozle or 


Jvoyol or 




nosle 


voyal 


6v 


sozzle* 


dis loyal 


Jgrovel 


[a/ill, p. 314] 


pair-royal 


hovel 




pome royal 


novel 


dozzled* 


un royal 




sozzled* 


pen ny-royal 


hovels 




su per royal 


[ovel, above] 


gosling 1 






sozzling* 


buoyanceyf 


covent 




joyance 


Jprovant? 


goslings 1 


noyancef 


proventf 


moslings 


up buoyanceVf 






an noyance 


fos 


nozzles! 


clair voyance 


Jgossan? 


[ozl, above] 




rosin 




buoyant? 




cosmic 


flam boy ant 


Jcloset 


osmic 


cha toyantj! 


posit 


mi cro cosmic 


clair voyant 


de posit or 


en dos mosmic? 




de posite 




oia 


com posite 


cosmosll 


moya| 


re posit or 


Josmose 


ji boya|j 


re posite 






sub de posit 


oia 


boyar! || 


de com posite 


buoyage? 


[oiur, p. 530] 


in com posite 


voyage 




jux ta posit 


al loyage 


oid 


in ter posit 




cu boidal 


o vi posit 




rhom boidal 



526 



DOUBLE RHYMES, Olfl Olf* 



lamb doidal or ep i cy cloidal hoidcn 

lam doidal par a bo loidal [oidln, above] 

rbab doidal or a myg da loidal 

rab doidal hem i sphe roidal broiderf 

cy cloidal sem i sphe roidal moider* 

dis coidal el e phan toidal voider 

fu coidal em broider 

con choidal voidance a voider 

eth moidal a voidance 

pris moidal broidcivdt 

sig moidal rhom boides?||t [oidur, above] 

ga noidal an droides?[| un em broidered 

co noidal xi phoides?|| 

cri noidal ar ach noides?l| em broiders 
sphe noidal [oidur, above] 

gy roidal voided 

sphe roidal [oid, p. 129] oie 

thyr soidal un a voided coyest 

li thoidal em ployest 

o voidal a voidest [oi, p. 129] 

bi rhom boidal [oid, p. 120] 

tri rhom boidal en joy eth 

hel i coidal broidethf [oi, p. 129] 

cor al loidal [oid, p. 129] 

ses a moidal oil" 

gin gly moidal co noidic ooifest 

plan et oidal sphe roidic un coil'est 

as ter oidal 

sac cha roidal Jhoiden coifeth 

hem or rhoidal or xy loidine un coifeth 

hoem or rhoidal qui noidine 

el lip soidal coifing 

graph i toidal voiding un coiling 

pris ma toidal [oid, p. 129] 

trap e zoidal coiffure 



DOUBLE RHYMES, Olf Olll 



527 



. quoiffure 


toilets 


toilsome 




[oilSt, above] 


[oil & sum?] 


joyful 






noyfulf 


spoilfulf 


boiler 


toyfult 


toilful 


[oil, p. 130] 


un joyful 






un noyf ult 


Qro roilite 


boilers 





[oi & light?] 


[oilftr, above] 


oil 






sha moying 


doily 


oim 


de ploying 


coyly 


hoyman 


[oi, p. 129] 


oily 


Jhoymen 


un en joying 


roily 


toyman 




soilyf 


Jtoymen 


boyish 






coyish 


oiling 


cloymentf 


toyishf 


[oil, p. 130] 


en joyment 




un toiling 


de ployment 


oil 




em ployment 


joyless 


oilings 


cha toymentil 


cloyless 


[oiling, above] 


re-en joymer.t 


^soilless 




self -en jojonent 


Jtoilless 


soilless 


dis em ployment 




[oiles, above] 


mis em ployment 


broilest 






[oil, p. 130] 


em broilment 


en joyments 




re coilment 


[oiment, above] 


oilet 


as soilment 




oylet 


de spoil ment 


loiinic 


Joillct 




an ti loimic 


toilet 


em broihnents 






[oilme'nt, above] 


oiii 


toileth 




coinage 


[oil, p. 130] 


croylstone 


re coinage 




oil-stone 





528 DOUBLE RHYMES, Olll OiS 

joinder [oint, p. 131] joiner 

poinder* or [oin, p. 130] 

poynder* a nointetli 

mis joinder [oint, p. 131] joiners 
non-joinder [oiniir, above] 

re joinder pointing 

sur re joinder [oint, p. 131] oiO 

noyau:' || 

joinders pointings boyaux?|| 

[oindftr, above] [ointtng, above] ar royo|| 

joinest joint less boyaux?|| or 

[oin, p. 130] pointless boyaus? 

[oio, above] 

coineth jointly 

[oin, p. 130] dis jointly ois 

con jointly choicest 

pur loining in voicest 

[oin, p. 130] ointment [ois, p. 131] 

a nointnient 

pur loin ings ap pointment voiceth 

[oinTng, above] dis ap pointment [ois, p. 131] 

fore ap pointment 

moineaull non-ap pointment croises 

[oi & no?] prc ap pointment out voices 

re ap pointment [ois, p. 131] 
jointed 

[oint, p. 131] ointments chokvful 

un jointed [ointment, above] voiceful 
un pointed 

un a nointed pointer Zoisite 

un ap pointed [oint, p. 131] [oi & sit?] 
un disap pointed 

pointers re joicing 

pointest [oint fir, above] [ois, p. 131] 



DOUBLE KHYMES, OlS Olt 529 

un re joicing oyster da koity or 

roister or da coity 

re joicings royster hoi ty-toity 
[oislng, above] en cloister or 

in cloister ex ploitingt 

choiceless un cloister [oit, p. 131] 
voiceless 

cloistered a droitly 

moistened [oisttir, above] mal a droitly 
un moistened 

oysters a droitness 

hoisted [oistur, above] mal a droitness 
[oist, p. 131] 

noisome kreutzer? || 

foistest toysomef [oit & sir?] 
moistest [oi & sum?] 

[oist, p. 131] kreutzers? 

moisture [oit & sirs?] 
joisteth o ver moisture 

[oist, p. 131] goiter or 

choicer goitre|| 

hoisting re joicer loiter 

[oist, p. 131] [ois, p. 131] Jvoiturel 

a droiter 

hoistings. re joicers re con noiter! or 

[oistmg, above] [oisur, above] rec on noiter! 

cloistral oit goitred! 

Jcoistrel or quoitest loitered 

Jcoystrel a droitest re con noitred? or 

[oit, p. 131] re con noitered? 

foister 

[oist, p. 131] hoitetht loit'rest 

cloister [oit, p. 131] re con noitrest?! 
moister 
30 



530 DOUBLE RHYMES, Olt OOd 

loit'reth froises boobies 

re con noitreth?! out noises loobies 

[oiz, p. 132] 

loit'ring rouble|| 

re con noitring?! noisy pan toble 

era moisy or 

goiters! era moisie roubles 

[oitur, above] pan tobies^ 

out poising 

oitt [oiz, p. 132] oocli 

joyous broodiest? 

noiousf noiseless [ooch, p. 138] 
un joyous [oiz & less?] 

an noyousf smoocheth 

foisonf [ooch, p. 133] 
oift poison 

Jboiar|| or em poison ca poching 

tboyar|| im poison [oocli, p. 133] 
boyer re poison 

coyer un poison ood 

Ca loyer or coun ter-poison? moodir|| 

Ka loyer [oo & der?] 
em ployer poisoned 

[oi, p. 129] [oizn, above] snooded, &c. 

self-de strove r , [ood, p. 133] 

(Mil poisons 

em ployers [oizn, above] IBoodhist or 

[oiflr, above] JBuddhist 

ooti broodest 

oiz roue?|| [ood, p. 133] 

noisest a houai|| 

[oiz, p. 132] foodful 

oob [ood & full?] 
poiseth booby 

[oiz, p. 132] looby broodyt 



DOUBLE K1IYMES, OOCl OOl 531 

foodyt [uel, p. 546] ool 

coudeell doing 

crudy?f woocst [oo, p. 132] 

moody [oo, p. 132] 
roody* doings 

scudi] cooeth [oolng, above] 

[oo, p. 132] 

shrooding* ooj 

[ood, p. 133] oof bougestf 

un rool'cst [ooj, p. 133] 
doodle [oof, p. 133] 
croodle* gougeth? 

noodle lioofeth [ooj, p. 133] 

poodle [oof, p. 133] 

bougesf 

foodless roofyt [ooj, p. 133] 

[ood & less?] Soofee|| or 

Sufi|| gouging? 

poodles woofy [ooj, p. 133] 

[oodl, above] 





roofing 


ook 


koodoo! | 


[oof, p. 133] 


hookah|| 


&do?] 




kruka?|| 




Sufism 


ta lookall 


brooder 


tar tuffism? 


ki a boocail 


Sooderl] 








Jrueful? 


flooky 


brooders 


truffle? 


rooky? 


Sooders 


pan toflell 





flooking 

00& hoofless snookingf, &c. 

nowed [oof, p. 133] 
wooed? ool 

rueful? gouland 

cruel? [oofl, above] [oo & land?] 



532 DOUBLE RHYMES, OOl OOn 

Foolah|| or pulu?|| booming 

Foulah|| Zulu?|| grooming 

moolahll or [oom, p. 134] 
mullall, &c. cooler 

[ool, p. 134] groomings 

Foolahs [oommg, above] 
[oola, above] coolers 

[oolur, above] koumissH 

coolest [oo & miss?] 
[ool, p. 134] coin 

doomage* bloomless 

fooleth roomagej roomless 

[ool, p. 134] tombless 

goman?t 

booley* Krooman bloomer 

doolyll JKroomen [oom, p. 134] 
cooly|| or woman? 

coolie Jde nouement?|| bloomers 

pa tchoulyll un woman? [oomiir, above] 
[all, p. 549] 

doomest oon 

schooling [oom, p. 134] wounded? 

[ool, p. 134] un wounded? 

gloometh 

schoolings [oom, p. 134] wounding? 

[oollng, above] in ter wounding? 

doomfulf 

foolish roomful Soonee|| 

coolish [oont, below] 

bloomy 

coolies drouniyt soonest 

[ooll, above] gloomy swoonest 

sloomy* [oon, p. 135] 

Oolong 1 [oom, p. 134] Jbal loonist 

[oo & long?] Jbas soonist 



BOTJBLK KHYMES, OOH OOr 633 

[oontsts, below] [oonurl, p. 722] un drooping 

bal lobnry un stooping 
swooneth lam poonry 

[oon, p. 135] groupings 

km poonries [ooptng, above] 
spoonful [oonrl, above] 

[oon & full?] a groupment 

rnoonerf re coupment 
moony schooner 

Sooneell sooner a groupments 

spooney^ liar pooner re coupments 
fes toony [oon, p. 135] 

juppon? 

mooning liar pooners coupon? || 
nooning [oonur, above] 

[oon, p. 135] juppons? 

moon-wort coupons? 
noonings spoonwort 

[ooning, above] drooper 

moon-worts [oop, p. 136] 

moonish spoon worts grouper or 

buf f oonish grooper 

pol troonish oop cooper? 

droopest croupert 

bal loonists [oop, p. 136] re couper 
bas soonists 

[oon^st, above] stoopeth coopers? 

[oop, p. 136] [oopur, above] 
Soonees 

spooney s croupy oor 

loopie* or doura|| or 

moonless loopy* dhoorra|| or 

[oon & less?] dhurra|| 

grouping vet turaj 

buf foon'ry [oop, p. 136] bra vurall 

30* 



&>4 DOtTHLK RHYMES, OO1' OOS 

leg a tura?|| tourist sooceyS 
ap pog gia tura?|| [oorest, above] 

ac ci ac ca tura|| loosely 

con nois seurship? ab strusely? 
roorbachli* am a teursliip? 

[oor & back?] [ oor & ship?] Jdoucine|| 

loosen 

sourdet worsted? 1111 loosen 
[oor & debt?] [oor & stead?] 

looseness 

Koordish or oos ab struseness? 

Kurdish boosest? 

[oor & dish?] loosest boosted 

noosest? [oost, p. 137] 

poorest un loosest un roosted 
tourest 

[oor, p. 136] looseth boostest 

Jtourist [oos^st, above] [oost, p. 137] 

whoreth? goose's roosteth 

[oor, p. 136] looses [oost, p. 137] 

ca booses 

fleury? [oos, p. 137] roosting 

houri?|| [oost, p. 137] 

moory de bouches 

ba rouches giusto|| 

mooring [oosh, p. 137] [oos & to?] 

[oor, p. 136] 

goosy booster 

moorings soocey|| rooster* 

[oorlng, above] 

loosing boosters 

boorish [oose'st, above] roosters* 

Moorish 
poorish goosies 



DOUBLE 1JIIYME8, OOt OOft 535 



oot 


(PO 


rootless 


booted 


smoothest 




[oot, p. 137] 


soothest? 


rootlet 






[oot & let?] 


shootest 


smootheth 




[oot, p. 137] 


sootheth 


sos te nuto| 






[oo & to?] 


mooteth 


smoothing 




[oot, p. 137] 


soothing 


kreutzer?j| 






[oot & sir?] 


sootjiest?f 


smoother 




toothest 


soother? 


kreutzers? 


un couthest 




[oot & sirs?] 


un toothest 


smoothers 






soothers? 


fouter 


tootheth 




hooter 


un tootheth 


booty 


[oot, p. 137] 




fruity? 


stooter|| 


toothyf 


rooty 


tooter or 


youthy?f 


shooty* 


touter 




sooty? 


free booter? 


toothing 


tutti|| 


ac couter or 


un toothing 


a goutijl or 


ac coutre 




a gouty 




soothlyt 




ac coutered or 


un couthly 


hooting 


ac coutred 




[oot, p. 137] 


un ac coutred! 


soothnessf 






un couthness 


hootings 


shooters 



[potnig, above] [ootur, above] 
toothsome 
un toothsome a goutis! ooft 

[ootl, above] doer 

soother?f sewer? 

un couther bootless wooer 



586 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



OOZ 



[oo, p. 132] 


movement 


ooy 




ap provement 


buoyance?f 


doers 


im provement 


up buoyance?f 


[ooftr, above] 


dis im prove- 






mentf 


ooz 


oov 


mis im prove- 


choosest 


re moval 


ment 


[ooz, p. 138] 


ap proval 


conn ter-move- 




dis proval 


ment 


loseth 


re proval 




[ooz, p. 138] 


ir re moval 


movements 




dis ap proval [oovmcfnt, above] 


blouses? || 






snoozes 


re movals 


hooven 


[ooz, p. 138] 


[oovftl, above] 


hoven? 






proven* 


bougest?f 


provest 


dis proven* 


rougest 


[oov, p. 138] 








souvenir?!] 


bougeth?t 


moveth 


[oov & near?] 


rougeth 


[oov, p. 138] 








groover* 


bouges?t 


be hoovef ul 


louver or 


rouges 


[oov & full?] 


louvre m' 






loover or 


bouging?f 


grooving 


lover? 


rouging 


[oov, p. 138] 


mover 




self-moving 


[oov, p. 138] 


boosy or 


un moving 


ma nceuvre?!! 


boozy or 


un ap proving out ma nceuvre?|| 


bousy 


un im proving 




oozy 


self -re proving 


movers 






[oovur, above] 


oozing 


groovings 




[ooz, p. 138J 


[oovtng, above] 







DOUBLE KHYMES, OOZ OU(1 537 

oozings tsowins [ouch, p. 139] 

[oozing, above] [ouen, below] Jvouchor 

losel?f oub vouchers 

ousel or cowboy [ouchfir, above] 

ouzel plowboy or 

bam boozle ploughboy oud 

clouded 

ousels! cowboys [oud, p. 140] 

[oozl, above] [ouboi, above] un clouded 

un crowded 

bosom? oucli un shrouded 

cm bosom? or a vouchest un be clouded 

im bosom? [ouch, p. 139] 



un bosom? 




crowdest 


dis em bosom? 


croucheth 


loudest 




[ouch, p. 139] 


[oud, p. 140] 


booser 






chooser 


couching 


be cloudeth 


[ooz, p. 138] 


[ouch, p. 139] 


[oud, p. 140] 


choosers 


couchings 


dowdy 


[oozur, above] 


[ouching, above] 


howdy* 






cloudy 


OUil 


couchless 


cowdie 


a vowal 


pouchless 


crowdy* 


[one 1 !, below] 




rowdy* 




gauchojl 


shroudyt 


al lowance 


[ouch & o?] 


pan dowdy 


a vowancc 




un cloudy 


dis al lowance 


gauchosll 






[ou & chose?] 


shrouding 


go wans 




[oud, p. 140] 


sowans or 


coucher 


snowding 



Jsowens or voucher strouding 



538 



DOUBLE RHYMES, Olid Ollj 



shroudings 
[oudlng, above] 

loudish 
proudish 

dowdies 
[oudl, above] 

cloudless 
shroudless 

loudly 
proudly 

loudness 
proudness 

chowder 
louder 
[oud, p. 140] 

powder 
be powder 

chowdered 
[oiulilr, above] 
un powdered 

powders 
[oudur, above] 

ouS 

a vowee? 
[out, below] 



bowel 
dowel 
howel 



bowet 

rowett 



al loweth 
rowel [ou, p. 139] 
towel 

trowel out 

vowel frowey 

dis bowel frowy 

em bowel or sloughy? 

im bowelf a vowee? 

un bowel 

Ja vowal bowing? 

dis em bowel [ou, p. 139] 
tills a vowal un bowing 

sem i vowel 

bowings? 
doweled or [oumg, above] 

dowelled 

[ouel, above] sowins 

un voweled! [outln/, above] 

bowels ouj 

[ouel, above] gougest? 

[ouj, p. 140] 
Jgowan 

ouan/, above] bowgetht 

rowen [ouj, p. 140] 

bowess bouges?t 

prowess [ouj, p. 140] 

bowest scrouging* 

[ou, p. 139] [ouj, p. 140] 



bOTTBLE imYMES, Ollk OUI1 639 

ouk fowler un grounded 

toucan?|| [oul, p. 140] tin mounded 

[ou & can?] jovvler Un pounded 

owler? un founded 

howker un sounded 

[ou & kftr?] fowlers un wounded? 

[oul fir, above] un con founded 

oul un ex pounded 

browless oum un com pounded 

[ou & less?] bowman? un sur rounded 

tdowlas Jbowmen? un de com pound- 

plowman or ed 
foulest ploughman 

howlest Jplowmen! soundest 

[oul, p. 140] [ound, p. 141] 

im bowmentt 

howlet or en dow r ment boundeth 

houlet dis en dowment [ound, p. 141] 
owlet? dis a vowmentt 

madge-howlet pounding 

[ou & let?] en dowments [ound, p. 141] 

[oument, above] in ter wounding? 
prowletli? 

[oul, p. 140] ouii soundings 

drownagef [oundmg, above] 
growling clownaget 

[oul, p. 140] roundish 

groundage [ound, p. 141] 
growlings poundage 

[oulmg, above] im poundage boundless 

groundless 

foulish rounded soundless 

owlish [ound, p. 141] woundless? 

un bounded 
fouler un founded groundlyf 



540 DOTTBLK KHYMK>, Oil II 

roundly crownet crownletf 

soundly [oun & it?] townlet 
pro foinidly 

uii soundly crowneth townleta 

[oun, p. 141] [ounle't, above] 
foundling 

groundling downfall downlooked 
[oun & fall?] [oun & looked?] 
foundlings 

groundlings re nownful downright 

[oun & full?] [oun & rlt?] 
roundness 

[oundll, above] downhill ^council 

[oun & hill?] counsel 

foundress mis counsel 
[oun & dress?] brownie* 

brownyf counseled or 

groundsel downy counselled 

Igroundsill mis counseledl 

[ound & sl?] browning un counseled! 

[oun, p. 141] 

flounder an nouncest 

founder brownings [ouns, p. 141] 
[ound, p. 141] [ounTng, above] 

pro nounceth 

floundered brownish [ouns, p. 141] 
foundered . clownish 

townisht bounces 

founders ounces 

[oundur, above] downcome [ouns, p. 141] 

[oun & come?] 

brownest township 

frownest crownless [oun & ship?] 
[oun, p. 141] townless 

re nownless townships 



DOUBLE RHYMES, OUI1 &4l 

[ouji & ships?] [ount, p. 142] countorf 

en counter 

bouncing re counteth ren counter? 

[ouns, p. 141] [ount, p. 142] 

Countered 

jouncings fount ful en countered 

[ounslng, above] [ount & full?] ren countered 

un en countered 

an nouncement bounty 

de nouncement county counters 

e nouncement moimtyt [ountiir, above] 

[ouns, p. 141] 

fountain bounteous? 

an nouncements mountain un bounteous? 

[ounsment,above] 

mounting browner 

de nouncer [ount, p. 142] drowner 

[ouns, p. 141] [oun, p. 141] 

mountings 

de nouncers [ountlng, above] drowners 

[ounsur, above] [ounur, above] 

fountains 

mountantf mountains downward 

ac countant or townward 

ac comptantt bounties 

[ounti, above] downwards 

mounted townwards 

[ount, p. 142] countless 

un counted [ount & less?] downweed 

un mounted [oun & weed?] 

un ac counted downtrod 

un re counted [oun & trod?] gownsman 

un sur mounted Jgownsmen 

counter groundsman 
countest [ount, p. 142] ^roundsmen 

31 



INH'BLE KHY.MES. Ollli Ollt 

[ous, p. 



townsman 
^townsmen 

our 

dowralt 

ma croural 

an o moural 

dowress 



hourly 
sourly 

tdowress 

ma crourous 

a nourous 

sourer 
de vourer 



[ourus, below] [our, p. 142] 

securest de vourers 

sourest [ourur, above] 
[our, p. 142] 

ous 

floureth dousest 

[our, p. 142] [ous, p. 142] 

chowry souseth 

dowry [ous, p. 142] 
floury 

houri?|| mouse's 

cowrie souses 

a vowry 

ho mo ousian? 

de vouring ho moi ousian? 
[our, p. 142] tau to ousian 

self -de vouring 

household 

de vourings [ous & hold?] 
[curing, above] 

ho mo ousious? 
dowries tau to ousioust 
[ourT, above] 

grousing 



houseless 
[ous & less?] 

a coustic 

di a coustic 

ot a coustic 

mi cro coustic 

pol y a coustic 

[on & stick?] 

a const ics 
[oustlk, above] 
cat a const ics 

dowser 
[ou & sir?] 

dowsers 
[ou & sirs?] 

house-wife? 
souse-wife 

house-wives? 
souse-wives 

out 

routed 
[out, p. 143] 
un doubted 
un routed 

shoutest 



DOUBLE RHYMES, Out OUU 



stoutest 


poutings 


[out, p. 143] 


[out, p. 143] 


[outtng, above] 


jowterf 






outer 


doubteth 


loutish 


pouter 


[out, p. 143] 


stoutish 


powter 






come-outer 


doubtful 


outlaw 




un doubtful 


[out & law?] 


doubters 


de voutful 




[outur, above] 




doubtless 




nioutliful 


spoutless 


ouii 


[outh & full?] 


de voutless 


bower 






dower 


(tn) 


stoutly 


flower 


mouthcst 


de voutly 


glower* 


southest? 


in de voutly 


cower 




un de voutly 


lower? 


mouthetli 




power 


southeth? 


stoutness 


shower? 




de voutness 


tower 


mouthing 




em bower or 


southing? 


outrage? 


im bowert 




[out & rage?] 


be flower 


mouthings 




en flower 


southings? 


outright. 


al lower 




[out & rlt?] 


[ou, p. 139] 


doughty 




em power or 


droughty 


outside 


im powert 


gouty 


[out & sld?] 


dis em power 


grouty 




o ver power 


snoutyi 


outskirt 


o ver tower 




[out & skirt?] 


[our, p. 142] 


pouting 






[out, p. 143] 


ohowtert 


bowered 


un doubting 


doubter 


[ouur, above] 



f>44 Dorm.K IMIYMKS, oitil- 


fia 


Jfloured [ou/iil, above] 


towzer or 


[onrd, p. 142] 


towser 


flowered rousest 




tcoward [ouz, p. 143] 


browsers 


cowered 


[ouzur, above]" 


Jcowherd es pouseth 


trousers or 


un dowered [ouz, p. 143] 


trow so rs 


un showered 




un towered houses 


Ufl 


. dis em bowered mouses 


brewage? 


un em bowered 


fuage 


un de flowered blow/y 


sewage? 


un cm powered drowsy 


truare?f 


frouzy 




cowers frowsy 


fluate 


[ouur, above] lousy 


[ilet, below] 


ouw browsing 


aft 


bow-wow? [ouz, p. 143] 


dual 


pow-wow 


tdiiel 


WOW-AVOW browsings 


[uel, below] 


[ouzing, above] 


sub dualf 


bow-wows? 


re newal 


[ouwou, above] tousle! 


pur sualt 


[ouzal, above] 


re viewal 


ouz 




thouselt spouseless 


duals 


spousal - [ouz & less?] 


[ri^l, above] 


ttousle or 




Jtousel browser 


pur suaiice 


es pousal [ouz, p. 143] 


[uens, below] 


a rousalt mouser 




ca rousal ouser 


tfluent 


touser 


suant* or 


es pousals tou/er or 


Jsuent* 



norm/Hi RHYMES, fia ud 



645 



truant? 


cubest 


tcrudle? 


pur suant 


tubest 


udal 






pa ludal 


Jfluents 


cubic 




truants? 


pubic 


de luded 




che rubic? 


[ad, p. 145] 


na 




un ex eluded 


leeward? 


cubing, &c. 


u n con eluded 


steward 


[iibst, above] 


un de luded 


tsewered 




un e luded 


[nftr, p. 559] 


pubis|| 


un ob truded? 




trnbiis?|| 


un pro truded? 


Oft 






cruor?|| 


cubit 


prudence? 


[nur, p. 559] 


shubitH 


im prudence? 






ju ris prudence? 


ttb 


lubricf 


[n & dense?] 


Cuban 


rubric? 




Jrubine 




prudent? 




tuber|| 


student 


jubajl 


[il & burr?] 


oc cludent 


subahj 




im prudent? 


tuba|| 


tubers 


ju ris prudent? 




[il & burrs?] 




jubae?|| 




students 


Jruby? 


uch 


ju ris prudents? 


tubae?|| 


future 






[lityiir, below] 


tfeudist 


pubes?|| 




lewdest 


Jrubies? 


ud 


in cludest 




de nudate?^ 


[fid, p. 145] 


bluebell 


ex udatet 




Jnubile 




se cludeth 


Iruble? 


feudal or 


[Ud, p. 145] 




feodal 





546 



IXH'KLK 1MIY.MKS, ftd 111* 



pudic 


Q6 


newest 


Jsudakl 


lues?i| 


[il, p. 144] 




[a & ez?j 




ex uding 




tbruit? 


[ad, p. 145] 


li 


chuet? 


non-con eluding 


{dual 


tflualc 


un con cludingf 


[uttl, above] 


cruet? <>r 


n n ol> tr uding? 


duel 


crevvet?t 




fuel or 


Ipewit? or 


crudish? 


fewelt 


pewet? <>r 


prudish? 


gruel? 


puet 


rudish? 


jewel? 


rewet?f 




cruel? 


suet 


feudist 


crewel? 




[Udest, above] 


newel 


heweth 




sewel 


[n, p. 144] 


crudely? 


tewel 




shrewdly? 


be jewel 


bluets 


[ud, p. 145] 




cruets? 




dueled or 


[net, above] 


rudeness? 


duelled 




[ud, p. 145] 


fueled!* 


(if 




jeweled! 


stufa?|! 


scudo?|| 


be jeweled! 


tufa?Jl 


tes tudo?|| 








duels 


nupharll 


lewder 


[ul, above] 


tupher or 


JmudarJI 




tufer 


in truder? 


fluencet 




[ud, p. 145] 


tpur suance 


stufas? 






tufas? 


in truders? 


fluent 




[udur, above] 


[iUtnt, above] 


dew-tali 






tuefall* 



mewest 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ftf 


Tik 547 


duefult 


rugous? 


ruins? 


rueful? 


bi jugous? 


[utn, above] 


ttruffle? 


se jugous? 






tri jugous? 


bluing 


ttg 


quad ri jugous? 


[u, p. 144] 


Newgate 


mul ti jugous? 


newing* 


rugate? 






bi jugate? 


nt 


brewings? 


tri jugate? 


blueyf 


[fitng, above] 


u ni j ugate? 


dewy 




quad ri jugate? 


gluey 


brewis? 




puyll 


JJewess 


tbugle 


spewy 


lewis 


frugal? 


thewy 




jugal 


be dewyf 


bluish 


in frugal? 




gluish 


un frugal? 


Druid? 


Jewish 


feb ri f ugal? 


tduad 


newish 




fluid 


shrewish? 


fugall 


Jmewed? 


stewish 


yugal 


[Q, p. 144] 




a JugaJ 


sem i-fluid 


ty 


be lugall 




hugyt 




fluids 


euge?||f 


bugle 


[Old, above] 


a juga3?|| 


[ugal, above] 




[tiga, above] 




bruin? 




bugler 


Jduanf 


mugil|| 


Jjug'lar 


ruin? 


pugil 




tyewen 




al bugo|| 


tPe guan? 


uk 


8e rugo?|| 




fucate 


fer rugo?l| 


ruined? 


mucate 


[u & go?] 


un ruined? 


ni tro leucate 






py ro mucate or 



648 



DOUBLE RHYMES, fllv ftl 



pyr o mucate 


nucules 


Ulans! 






[ulan, above] 


ducal 


bruchus?|| 




arch ducal 


fucus|| 


dewlap 


Pen ta teuchal 


Jglucose 


t julep 




leucous 


:tuiip 


kruka?|| 


mucous 




ca clmca?|| 


mucus|| 


dewlaps 


e ruca?l 


ca ducous 


[uljip, above] 


lac tuca|| 


man ducus|| 




noc ti lucaf 


sub mucous 


Beulahll 


fast, p. 556] 


fes tucous?t 


gulall 




och ro leucous 




dukedom 


noc ti lucous 


duledge 


arch dukedom 




[u & ledge?] 




lucre 




re bukest 


tmucor|| 


culexll 


[Qk, p. 146] 


euchre 


pulex|| 




re buker 


ulex|| 


puketh 


[uk, p. 146] 




[uk, p. 146] 


in vo lucre? 


dewless 






hueless 


un duking 


lucredt 


tjulisl] 


[uk, p. 146] 


euchred 


Jjulusjl 




in vo lucred 


viewless 


fucoid 




Je pulis|| 


[u & coyed?] 


euchres 


Jpa rulis?|| 




[ukur, above] 


JI ulusll 


in vo lucrumjl 






[u & krtim?] 


01 


rulest? 




Ulanll or 


[Ul, p. 146] 


lucule 


Hulanll or 




nucule 


Uhlan 


mewleth 




yulan?|| 


[ul, p. 146] 



lucules 



DOUBLE RHYMES, til Fllll 



549 



bluely 


puler 


brumal? 


[fl, p. 144] 


ruler? 


dumalt 


duly 




glumal 


guly 


mewlers 


Jglumellell 


muley 


[iilftr, above] 




newly 




human 


ruly?f 


Julian? 


[umen, below] 


smuly* 


A pulian? or 




Thule?R 


Ap pulian? 


puma? || 


truly? 


Qe tulian? or 


struma:|| 


ule?|| 


Gae tulian? 


lu cuma!] 


viewly* 


[ilMn, p. 726] 


em py reuma?|| 


un duly 




Mon te zuma|| 


un ruly? 


A pulians?! 




un truly? 


[QlySn, above] 


jumart 






[Q & mart?] 


pulic 


mulier?|| 




es culic or 


pe culiar? 


rumex?|| 


ses culic 




tsumachs! 




Tim 




guling 


fumage 


Ihuman 


ruling? 


plumage 


thumine 


[ul, p. 146] 




rumen?|| 




Jfumet or 


al bumenll 


rulings? 


Jfewmet 


le gumen|| 


[tiling, above] 


in humate 


Jle gumine 




de spumate? 


Jin human 


mulelessf 




ttrans human 


ruleless? 


in humates 


a cumen|| 




[urnSt, above] 


a lumen|| 


pulu?|| 




Jen lumine 


Zulu?H 


thumic 


|il lumine 




sumach? or 


ire lumine 


Jgular 


sumac? or 


tich neumonll 


mcwler 


shuinac? 


ce rumen? || 



31* 



550 DOTH 


I.K KIIYMKS, fUll tin 


bi tumen|| 


fumy 


plumule 


ser al bumen|| 


plumy 


[a & mule?] 


o val bumenjl 


pumyt 




en cr gumen? 


rheumy? 


dumous 


Jsu per human 


spumy 


dumusll 


tpre ter human 




famous 


cat e chumen 


fumidt 


gltim( )US 


Jre-il lumine 


humid 


grumous? 




tumid 


himiusjl 


jumentf 


tper fumepl? 


JkiimissJ 


strewment?t 


[um, p. 146] 


plumous 


im bruement? 




Jpumicc? 


im buement 


il lumine 


spumous 


es chewment?t 


[ume'n, above] 


strumous? 


en duementf or 




an ti strumous? 


in duementf 


il lumined 




sub duementt 


[umm, above] 


humor?|| or 


ac crument?f or 




humour? 


ac cruement?f 


per fuming 


rumor?! 1| 




[am, p. 146] 


tumor! 


jumentsf 


un as suming 


per fumer 


[ume'nt, above] 


un con suming 


[um, p. 146] 




un pre suming 


con sumer 


cat e chumens 




cos turner? 


[amen, above] 


per f umings 


dis humor?! 




[amTng, above] 




as sumest 




humored?! 


[am, p. 146] 


kumiss'] 


[am fir, above] 




[umiis, below] 


un humored?! 


fumeth 






[am, p. 146] 


fumisht 


rumors! 




kumish : | 


[firnur, above] 


thumite 






[a & mit?] 


fumeless 


fill 




plumeless 


lunate 



DOUBLE RHYMES, fill 



551 



[unit, below] 

tri bunal 

la cunal 

com munal 

luna|| 

a buna|| 

la cuna|| 

bo yuna|| 

lunar 

tRuner? 

ttuner 

[un, p. 147] 

la ciinar!) 

sub lunar 

tpro pugner 

sem i lunar 

su pra lunar 

su per lunar 

in ter lunar 

no vi lunar 

cas su munar|| 

a bunas 
bo yunas 

lunae?|| 
la cunae?|| 

blueness 
ducnessf 
fewness 
newness 



Jpunese?t or units 

Jpunice [unTt, above] 
trueness? 

un dueness tuneless 

Jla cunous [un & less?] 
below] 

je junely? 

tunest op por tunely 
[Fin, p. 147] in op por tunely 

im pugnetli im pugnment 
[un, p. 147] [un & meant?] 

tuneful je juneness 

un tuneful [unit & lines, 
[un & full?] above] 

Punic eunuch 

Runic? [unlk, above] 

tunic 

Jeunuch je junumll 

e plu ri bus u- 
tunics num[ 
Jeunuchs 

la cunous 

pruning? [unes, above] 
[un, p. 147] 

tuner 

primings? [un, p. 147; liniir, 
[unlng, above] above] 

Jlunate tuners 1 

llunetf [uniir, above] 

unit 
[Cm & it?] union? 



552 DOUBI. 


,E KHYMES, mi ftr 


coin munion 


lupines? 


curate 


art-union 


supines 


urate 


dis union 




ob durate? 


re union 


iduped? 


hy dro tel lurate 


non-com munion 


[np, p. 147] 




self-coin munion 


Cupid 


curates 


in tor com mun- 


stupid 


[Qrat, above] 


ion 








duping 


juralt 


unions? 


stuping 


Jkuril 


[nnyiin, above] 




crural? 




duple 


mural 


nr> 


Jcupel 


neural 


duofl 


Jpupil 


plural 


[n & o?] 


scruple? 


pleural 




sub duple 


rural? 


ftp 


Jcom pupilt 


sural 


upas|| 




bi crural? 


[uptis, below] 


scruples? 


tel luralt 




[upl, above] 


C8e sural? or 


stupor? || 




ce sural? 


[up fir, below] 


lupoufl 


e qui crural?t 




lupusjl 


an te mural 


cupel 


Jupasf] 


ex tra mural 


[upl, below] 


Jbo hun upas'] 


in ter mural 






in ter neural 


dupest 


stupor?!] 


brach y ural 


stupest 


super|| 








plurals 


dupeth 


ur 


[urtll, above] 


stupeth 


murage 






tsewerage? 


durance 


lupine? 


ma nurage 


en durance 


supine 




as surance 




tjurat!! 


en surance or 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



553 



in surance 


lurest 


py ruric? 


pre-as surance 


Ipurist 


dys uric 


re-as surance 


surest 


cy a nuric 


re-in surance 


[Or, p. 148; 


ig a suric 




tirfets, below] 


py ro-uric or 


durant 




pyr o-uric 


non-jurant 


Jurith* 


hy dro sul phuric 


ob scurant 


en dureth 


hy po sul phuric 




[Or, p. 148] 


hy dro tel luric 


pleura] 






gym nurali 


eurite 


purimll 


mis tura|| 


Mac lurite 


urim|| 


vet tura?|| 


[a & nt?] 




cee sura? || or 




burin 


ce sura? 


brewery? or 


murine 


con dy lurall 


brew'ry 


neurine 


en do pleurall 


fleury? 


urine 


leg a tura?|| 


fury 


|ma cruran? 


ap pog gia tura?|| 


J U1 T? 


da turine 


cam e ra ob scu- 


Jewry? 


sci urine? 


ra|| 


pleurae? || 


Jthys a nuran 




[uril, above] 


ig a surine 


ce suras?! 


ewry? 




[ttra 1 , above] 


de jure|| 


during 




lu sus na turse?|| 


non-juring 


juror 




ma nuring 


[nrur, below] 


tdured? 


[ur, p. 148] ' 




[ilr, p. 148] 


un en during 


cse surse?!) 


lurid 


un al luring 


[lira, above] 


rnuride 








ma nurings 


duress? 


uric 


[urlng, above] 


[urtis, below] 


sul phuric? 






tel luric 


burins 


ljurist 


hip puric 


[firm, above] 



554 



DOUBLE KIIYMKS, fir 



Jurensll 


am a teurship? 


curers 




[ur & ship?] 


[ilrilr, above] 


jurists 






purists 


surety? 


fis 


[ure'st, above] 


co-surety? 


nuisance 




coun ter-surety? 


ttrans lucence 


juries? 






[nrf, above] 


eurule? 


me dusall 




[a & rule?] 


in clusall 


durelessf 






cureless 


Jduress? 


me dusa3?l! 




eurusll 


[usl, p. 556] 


purely 


urus|| 




[Or, p. 148] 


ma crurous? 


fusel? 


sub ob scurely 


tpro curess 


tfusil? 




si lurusll 


pucelt 


pro curement 


thip purisjl 


tpeucile 


se curementf 


nee turusll 


Jpusilt 


im inurement 


pla turus|| 


tpro trusile? 


ma turementt 


dol i churus|| 


tcir cum fusile 


in urement 


mel a nurusll thy poth e nusalt 




pal i nurusf 




al lurements 


cyn o surusll 


lucent 


[urinSnt, above] 


trich i urusll 


ab ducent 




mal ap te rurus?|| 


ad ducent 


pureness 




re ducent 


[ur, p. 148] 


furor|| 


tra ducent 




juror 


re lucent 


bureau?|| 


curer 


trans lucent 


chi ar-os curo?)| 


purer 


sub trans lucent 


cla ro-ob scuro?|| 


[ur, p. 148] 


in ter lucentf 


chi a ro-os curo?|| 


co juror 






con jurer? 


sprucest? 


con nois seur- 


con juror 


in ducest 


ship? 


non- juror? 


[u, p. 148] 



DOUBLE EHYMES, 



555 



cruset? 
tucetf 

sluiceth 
[us, p. 148] 

crusets? 
tucetsf 

juices 
con duces 
[tls, p. 148] 

useful 
a busefulf 
un useful 

cruciate? 

prussiate? 

ex cruciate? 

crucial? 
fl ducial? 
in dusial? 

crucian? 
[Clshun, below] 

fuchsia?!! 
mi nutia?|| 

mi nut ire? || 
[usha, above] 

dis cutient 



per cutient in vo hit ion 
con vo lution 

{crucian? dim i nution 

{Prussian? com mi nution 

{Russian? {Lil li putian 

tea ducean? in sti tution 

{me dusian? con sti tution/ 

{Tra ducian sub sti tution 

{Con f ucian des ti tution 

{thel phusian? pros ti tution 

lo cution res ti tution 

ab lution re dis tri bution 

{A leutian in ex e cution 

di lution mal ex e cutionf 

pol lution non-ex e cution 

so lution cir cum lo cution 

vo lution ven tri lo cution 

{Mal tlmsian? in ter lo cution 

ret ri bution self-ev o lution 

at tri bution ir res o lution 

dis tri bution self -in vo lution 

vcon tri bution cir cum vo lution 

ex e cution in ter vo lution 

pros e cution coun ter-rev o- 

al lo cution lution 

el o cution su per in eti tu- 

con se cution tion 

^> per se cution 

dev o lution in sti tutions 

ev o lution [Qsliun, above] 
rev o lution 

v res o lution fuci?|| 

ab so lution muci?|| 
dis so lution fa & sigh?] 
ad vo lution 



556 



i DOUBLE RHYMES, ttS 


Brucite? 


peucile 


in trusive? 


crucite? 


[usel, above] 


ob trusive? 


leucite 




pro trusive? 


Reussite? 


Brucine? 


dis con ducivef 


An da lusite 


glucine 


self-dif fusive 


py ro lusite or 


leucine! 


un ex elusive 


pyr o lusite 


mucine 


in con elusive or 




tpusane 


un con clusivet 


drusy? 


Reussin? 


un de lusive 


juicy 




un a musive 


sluicy 


sluicing 


in ob trusive? 


{me dusae?|| 


[us, p. 148] 


un ob trusive? 


Je rucse?|| 


un con ducing 




{lac tUC8B?|| 




juiceless 




a busive 


truceless? 


Jdeuced or 


de ducive 


useless 


{deused 


con ducive 


ex cuseless 


{drused? 


dif f usive 




lucid 


ef f usive 


sprucely? 


mucid 


in fusivet 


dif f usely 


{sluiced? 


per f usive 


pro f usely 


[as, p. 148] 


trans f usive 


re clusely 


di lucid 


ex elusive 


ab strusely? 


pel lucid 


in elusive 


ob tusely 


trans lucid 


con elusive 




sub pel lucid 


pre elusive 


de ducement 


seni i-pel lucid 


re elusive 


in ducement 




se elusive 


re ducement 


glucic 


al lusive 


se ducement 


mucic 


de lusive 


tra ducement 


prussic? 


e lusive 


su per in duce- 


lac tucic 


il lusive 


ment 


ni t ro leucic 


col lusive 




py ro mucic or 


pre lusive 


spruceness? 


pyr o mucic 


a musive 


[asll, above] 



1)OLTBLE KHYMES, US tit 



557 



lmso|| 


brutal? 


un com puted 


[u & so?] 


Jfutile 


un re puted 




Jrutil? or 




eustyle 


Jrutile? 


gluten 


[u & stll?] 


Jutile? 


[iitln, below] 




re futal 




the op neustic 




flutest 


[u & stick?] 


nutant 


^flutist 




con f utant 


tlutist 


fusorne* 


co ad j utant? 


a cutest 


grewsome* or 




com putest 


gruesome* 


utas! || 


[ut, p. 149] 


viewsome* 


[utts, below] 


Jconi putist? 


[il & sum?] 




jther a peutist 




scuta|| 


Jphar ma ceutist 


sprucer? 


sputa!) 


[litists, below] 


pro ducer 


cus cuta|| 




[us, p. 148 ; u & 


ci cut a 1 


suiteth 


sirV] 




[fit, p. 149] 


non-pro ducer 


Jdutied 






fluted 


fruitful? 


pro ducers 


[fit, p. 149] 


un fruitful? 


[usur, above ; u 


Jputid 


o ver fruitful? 


& sirs?] 


un suited 


[tit & full?] 




un con f uted 




tit 


un re futed 


ruthful?f 


fruitage? 


un re cruited? 


truthful? 


frutage?f 


un di luted 


youthful? 


mutage 


un pol luted 


un truthful? 


putage 


un sa luted 




scutage 


con vo luted? 


ruthless? 




un de puted 


truthless? 


scutate 


in dis puted 




bi scutate 


un dis puted 


beauty 




un im puted 


duty 



558 



DOI'HLE J{I1YMKS, 



, fit 



fluty [fit, p. 149] 


re putelessf 


fruity? un suiting 




go muti?|| 


brutely? 


ther a peutae?|| dis put ings 


mutely 


[fitmg, above] 


[nt, P. 149] 


dutied 


ar gutelyt 


[uted, above] cutis|| 




*Jutas|| or 


ar gutenessf 


scor butic utist 


a cuteness 


A leutic Jar butus|| 


[nt, p. 149] 


to reutic? 




pro pse deutic brutish? 


cor nuto?|| 


her me neutic a cutish 


sos te nuto?|| 


ther a peutic 




phar ma ceutic flutists 


Teuton 


em phy teutic lutists 


[iitm, above] 


di a zeuticf [ilte'st, above] 




an ti scor butic 


neutral 


res o lutive? 


un neutral 


Jfrutex?|| in sti tutive? 




pai deutics con sti tutive? 


suitress 


her me neutics sub sti tutive? 


tutressf 


[utlk, above] 


co ad jutress 


duties 




futile [utt, above] 


tutrixllt 


[utal, above] 


co ad jutrix 


brutism? 


pros e cutrix? 


Jgluten mutism 


per se cutrix?|| 


glutine ab so lutism? 




mutinet 


lustring? 


JTeuton brutisms? 


lutestring 


[utTzm, above] 


[fit & string?] 


luting 




muting fruitless? 


scutum|| 


dis puting dis puteless 


sputumjl 



DOUBLE RHYMES, tit 



560 



[Qta, above] 


futures 


fcy 




sutures 


thuja?|| or 


ar butusli 




thuya|| 


[utls, above] 


beauteous? 


al le luia|| or 




duteous? 


al le luiah 


fluter 


un duteous? 


lial le lujah|| or 


[nt, p. 149] 




hal le luialill 


feutert 


frit 




neuter 


brewer? 


Hz 


pewter [u, p. 144; ur, 


usage 


suitor 


p. 148] 


dis usage 


sutor* 


Jfluor 


mis usage 


tutorj 


Jfeuar* or 




ad jutorjl 


Jfuar* 


Jfusel? 


cor. nutor 


whewer* 


Jfusil? 


mis tutor 


tcruor?|| 


musalt 


sub tutor 


puerjl 


re fusal 


co ad jutor 


sewer? 


ac cusal 


pros e cutor?|| 


suert 


pe rusal? 


prol o cutor?|| 


skewer 


re pe rusal? 


per se cutor?|| 


Pe guer? 




un der tutor 


en ter mewer? 


re f usals 


in sti tutor?!) 




[uzal, above] 


in ter lo cutor? 


skewered 






[uftr, above ; 


. usance 


tutored 


uard, p. 545] 


non-usancet 


be tutored 






mis tutored 


brewers? 


ac cusant 


un tutored 


[titlr, above] 


re cusant? 


suitors 


ttv 


niusall 


[Utur, above] 


ad juvant 


in clusa?|| 




co ad juvant? 




future 




fusel? 


suture 




[QzSl, above] 



560 



DOTTBLK niTYMES, flZ ftl) 



re fusest 


e lusion 


un re fusing 


[nz, p. 150] 


il lusion 


un a musing 




col lusion 




useth 


pro lusion 


fusings 


[az, p. 150] 


JCar thusian 


[ft/Tug, above] 




tMal thusian 




muses 


ab strusion? 


Jmuset or 


con fuses 


de trusion? 


musit 


[nz, p. 150] 


ex trnsion? 


[nz & it?] 




in trusion? 




museful 


con trusion?t 


museless 


[nz & full?] 


ob trusion? 


[n/ & less?] 




pro trusion? 




fusion 


re trusion? 


a niuseincnt 


trusion?f 


con tnsion 


mis usement 


af fusion 


ob tusion 




dif fusion 


per tusion 


a musements 


ef fusion 


cir cum fusion 


[tlzment, above] 


in fusion 


in ter fusion 




con fusion 


cir cum elusion 


bruiser? 


pro fusion 


in ter elusion 


[n/, p. 150] 


per fusion 


self-de lusion 


Jmusar 


re fusion 




non-user 


suf fusion 


fusions 




trans fusion 


[uzhtin, above] 


bruisers? 


dis clusiont 




[u/ur, above] 


ex elusion 


fusuret 




in elusion 


usuref 


ttb 


con elusion 




chubbed 


oc elusion 


fusil? 


scrubbed? 


pre elusion 


[n/ttl, above] 


stubbed? 


re elusion 




[fib, p. 151] 


se elusion 


fusing 




al lusion 


[u/, p. 150] 


clubbest 


de lusion 


un musing 


[fib, p. 151] 



DOUBLE 


KHYME8, tlfo 


561 


tclubbistf 


bubble 


stubbly 




double 




rubbeth 


grubblef 


public 


[lib, p. 151] 


knubblet 


re public 




nubblef 


un public 


tubful 


pubblef 




[tib & full?] 


rubble 


bubbling 



re double 



bubby 
chubby 
fubby* 
hubby* hub ble-bubble? 
cubby sem i-double? 
shrubby 

scrubby bubbled 

stubby [ubl, above] 
tubby un troubled 
o ver troubled 



stubble [tibl, above] 
trouble 

bubblings 



un double [tibling, above] 



publish 
re publish 

published 
re published 
un published 



drubbing 

[rib, P . isi] 

tubbing 

drubbings 
[fibfng, above] 

clubbish 

rubbish 

un rubbish 



cubless 



troublous 



shrubless [fables, above] 
{troublous 

bubbler 

troublest [fibl, above] 
[ubl, above] 

bubblers 

doublet [iiblftr, above] 
[fib & let?] 



doubles 

cubbies doubleth [tibl, above] 

[ftbt, above] [tibl, above] 

club-man 



subject? 
un subject 



bubbly 
doubly 
rubbly 



{club-men 

tub-man 
Jtub-men 



562 



DOFBLE RHYMES, ftl) 



4 subtile? touches tid. 

o ver subtile? [tich, p. 151] blooded 

(bloodied 

blubber duchy budded 

drubber slutchy [ud, p. 151] 

[fib, p. 151] touchy {muddied 

dubber arch duchy [udT, below] 

lubber [tiche'z, above] un blooded 

rubber {un bloodied 

slubber touching {un studied 

tubber [ticn, p. 151] 
sea-blubber? 
be slubber touchings 

[uchTng, above] 
blubbered 

[tibilr, above] Dutchman 

cupboard 
lubbardt 

[uch & man or 
blubbers men?] 
[libur, above] 

scutcheon 

fich {smutchinf 

duchess es cutcheon 

arch duchess in es cutcheon 



tcudden 
{mud-hen 
sudden 

floodest 
{Dutchmen [ud, p. 151] 
touchmant 

scuddeth 
[fid, p. 151] 



bloody 
cuddy 
muddy 
ruddy 
study 
un bloody 



clut chest es cutcheoned 
[uch, p. 151] un scutcheoned 

muddied 

toucheth scutcher [Me(i, above] 

[uch, p. 151] toucher 

studding 

{duchies scutchers [ud, p. 151 J 

[fichl, below] touchers 

clutches buddings 



bbltBf/E RHYMES, tid ttf 



563 



Ming, above] 


puddling 


duddered 




[ftdl, above] 


[udflr, above] 


studies 






[full, above] 


pilddlings 


rudders 




[fulling, above] 


[udur, above] 


huddle 






fuddle 


fuddler 


bloodwort 


huddle 


huddler 


mud-wort 


cruddle* 


puddler 




cuddle 




til- 


cudle 


puddlers 


gruffest 


muddle 


[udlur, above] 


puffest 


nuddlef 




[fif, p. 151] 


puddle 


buddies 




ruddle 


muddles 


buffet 


scuddle 


[fidl, above] 


re buffet 






[fif & it?] 


fuddled 


cudden 




[tidl, above] 


[uden, above] 


snuffeth 






[fif, p. 151] 


bloodless 


juddock 




[tid & less?] 


puddock* 


bluffy 




ruddock 


buffy 


cuddlest 


JTal mudic? 


chuffy 


[tidl, above] 




fluffy 




juddocks 


fuffy* 


bloodlet 


[udok, above] 


huffy 


budlet 




puffy 




dudder 


sloughy? 


huddleth 


flooder 


snuffy 


[tidl, above] 


fudderf 


stuffy* 




pudder 




bloodlets 


rudder 


buffinf 


budlets 


shudder 


muffin 




udder 


puffin 



504 BOFBI.K KHYME3, ttf- 

[ufl, above] 



rag a muffin 
[ftfn, below] 

stuffing 
[ftf, p. 151] 

roughings* 
stuffings 
[ftfTng, above] 



ruffleth 
[ufl, above] 

gruffly 
roughly 
toughly 

shuffling 
[ufl, above] 



muffins 
[ft fin, above] 

shufflings 

huffish fufllng, above] 
roughish 
[ftf, p. 151] scuffler 

[ftfl, above] 
Imfflet 

duffle or scufflers 

tduffel [uflilr, above] 
muffle 

ruffle snuffles 

shuffle [ftfl, above] 
scuffle 

snuffle roughen 

truffle? toughen 

be muffle [ut'In, above] 
un muffle 

un ruffle roughened 

coun ter-scuffle? toughened 

muffled bluffness 

[ftfl, above] gruff ness 

[ftfll, above] 
muffiYst 



roughen^ 
toughens 
[tiflnz, above] 

tuftest 
[ftf & test?] 

mufti 
tufty 

buffer 
[ftf, p. 151] 

duffer 

huffer 

Juffert 

luffer 

suffer 

out suffer 

suffers 
[ft filr, above] 



muggsrdf 
tpuggeredt 

sluggard 

rugged 
tugged? 
[ftg, p. 152] 

druggest 
[ftg, p. 152] 
Jdruggist 
snuggest 



ooruLte fcHYMES, tig ttj 



drugget 
mugget 
nugget 



snuggle 
struggle 



f)<5f> 

op pugnant 
re pugnant 



out juggle un re pugnant 



huggeth smuggled 

[tig, p. 152] [ugl, above] 

un smuggled 
druggets 
, above] 



smugnessf 
snugness 



ruggyt [ugl, above] 



fruggin 
rugmf 



bugger 

hugglestf druggerf 

[ftgl, above] hugger 

buggy lugger 

mu ggy juggleth puggerf 

tugger 

hug ger mugger? 
smuglyt or 

smugglyf puggeredt 

i| <: snugly [ugftrd, above] 
tugging ugly 

[tig, p. 152] huggers 

struggling [ugur, above] 
tuggings [ugl, above] 

[iigftig, above] tilj 

strugglings judgest 

fruggins [ugltng, above] [uj, p. 152] 
muggins 

ruginsf juggler budget 

[iigl, above] [uj & it?] 
muggish an ti guggler 

sluggish budgeth 

snuggish jugglers |_uj, p. 152] 

[tiglfir, above] 

guggle judges 

huggle snuggles [uj, p. 152] 
juggle [ugl, above] 

smuggle podgy or 



DOUBLE RHYMES, tlj ilk 



pudgy 


[ukl, below] 


bucking 


Sludgy 




ducking 




buccan 


[uk, p. 153] 


drudging 


fluccan or 




rnj. P. 152] 


flukan 


duckings 


un Budging 


Jstruckent 


[liking, above] 


drudgings 


yucca || 


buckles* 


[frjTng, above] 


fe luccajl 


duckies 


judgment or 


structure? 


Jbuccal 


judgement! 


[uktyfir, below] 


buckle 


ad judgment! 




chuckle 


fore judgment.'! 


pluckest 


huckle 


mis judgment! 


[tik, p. 153] 


mucklet 


pre judgment! 




knuckle 




bucket 


stuckle 


bludgeon 


ducket* or 


suckle 


dudgeon 


Jducat 


truckle 


goodgeon? 


sucket 


un buckle 


gudgeon 


tucketf 


hon ey suckle? 


cur mudgeon 








sucketh 


buckled 


bludgeons 


[fik, p. 153] 


[ukl, above] 


[ttjim, above] 




Jcuckold 


grudgeonsf 


buckets 


un suckled 




[uk^t, above] 




sludger 




luckless 


[ft], P. 152] 


buckle* 


pluckless 




ducky 




sludgers 


lucky 


sucklent 


[ujfir, above] 


muckyt 


[ukl, above] 




plucky 




ttk 


un lucky 


chuckleth 


buccal 




[ukl, above] 



DOtTBLE RHYMES, ilk 



567 



duckling 
suckling 
[ttkl, above] 

ducklings 
[ftkllng, above] 

buckler 
[ttkl, above] 

bucklers 
[tiklftr, above] 

truckles 
[ukl, above] 

luxate 
e luxatet 



ad duction 
de duction 
e duction 
in duction 
con duction 
pro duction 
re duction 
se duction 
sub ductionf 
tra duction 
trans duction 
af fluxion 
de fluxion 
ef fluxion 
de struction 
in struction 
con struction 
ob struction 
sub struction 
fluxest ex suction 

huxestt non-con duction 
luxestt cir cum duction 
yuxestt non-pro duction 
ef fluxestt re pro duction 
in tro duction 
fluxeth ret ro duction or 
[liksest, above ; re tro duction 
uk & saith?] self -de struction 
mis in struction 
fluxes mis con struction. 
[uks, p. 153] re con struction 
su per struction 
fluxion su per in duction 
suction o ver pro duction 
ab duction re-in tro duction 



de ductions 
[tikshiin, above] 

druxey or 
druxy 
muxy* 

fluxing 

[ukstst, above ; 
uk & sing?] 

huckster or 
huxterf 

[uk & stir?] 

buxom 
un buxom 

re luctate 
e ructatet 

re luctant 
un re luctant 

con duct a'| 
pro ducta|| 

fructed 

ab ducted 

[ukt, p. 153] 

un con ducted 

un in structed 

un con structed 

un ob structed 



DOUBLE KHYMES, tlk ill 



de ductest 


ob structer 


un succored! 


[ukt, p. 153] 


non-con ductor 


un tuckered 




in tro ductorjif 




re lucteth 


man u ductor|| 


suckers 


[tikt, p. 153] 




[ukur, above] 




con ductors 




ductile 


[uktfir, above] 


til 


in ductile 




gullaget 


pro ductile 


ducturef 


sullaget 




fructuref 


ullage 


in structing 


structure? 




[ukt, p. 153] 


con structure? 


bullate 


non-con ducting 


sub structure? 


[lilSt, below] 


un in structing su per structure? 






bullail 


de ductive 


structures? 


nullahll 


[ukshtin, above] 


[uktyur, above] 


me dullall 


un pro ductive 




am pullail 


un in structive 


ex succous or 




un ob structive 


ex uccous 


gulchestt 




[tik & us?] 


mulchest 


con ductress 






pro ductress 


bucker 


gulchetht 


se ductress 


doucker 


mulcheth 


in structress 


ducker 




in tro ductress 


muckert 


gulches 




pucker 


cultches 


ab ductorj 


sucker 


[filch, p. 154] 


ad ductor| 


succor or 




e ductorj 


succour 


gulching* 


in ductorjj 


tucker 


mulching 


con ductor|| 


[ilk, p. 153] 




in slructor|| or 




gulchingst 


in structerf 


puckered 


mulchings 


con structer 


[ukur, above] 





DOUBLE RHYMES, til 



culture 


[til & fate?] 


tdully 


[ultyur, below] 




gully 




sulphite 


hully 


bullse?!! 


hy dro sulphite 


cully 


[till, below] 


hy po sulphite 


sully 




[ill & fight?] 


me dulla3?|| 


sullen 




am pullse?!! 


[ttlln, below] 


sulphide or 






sulphid 


gullied 


dullest 


ten gulfed 


cullied 


hullest 


sub sulphide! 


sullied 


[til, p. 153] 


ses qui sulphide! 


Jan nulled? 


tport cullised 




[til, p. 153] 




sulphur 


un sullied 


Jbullate 


[til & ftir?] 




gullet 




mullein or 


cullet 


vulgate 


Jmullen 


mullet 


pro mnlgate 


tsullen 


Jcu cullate? 


di vulgatet 


me dulline or 


sur mullet 


e vulgatet 


me dullin 




re pro mulgate 




culleth 




culling 


[M, p. 153] 


pro mulgates 


[M, p. 153] 




[tilgat, above] 




gullets 




cullings 


[tilSt, above] 


Jf ulgor||t or 


[tiling, above] 




tfulgourf 




sulphate 


vulgar 


mulleins 


bi sulphate 


un vulgar 


[ultn, above] 


di sulphate 


su pra vulgarf 




sub sulphate 




cullis 


hy dro sulphate 


Lu cullite 


port cullis 


hy po sulphate 


[til & light?] 




su per sulphate 




dullish 


pro to sulphate 


bull8B?|| 


gullishf 



32* 



670 



DOfKI.K KHYMES, 



gullies [tiljme'nt, above] se puldire? 
[till, above] 

in dulger bulkers 
in diligence [filj, p. 154] [tilk fir, above] 
ef fulgence 

re fulgence in dulgers an nulment 

H(>li'-in diligence [tiljfir, above] dis an n.ilment 



fulgent 
in dulgent 
[Til jens, above] 

e mulgent tri sulcate 

un in dulgent ere bri silicate 

in ter fulgent quad ri sulcate 

mul ti sulcate 

bulged? 

[tilj, p. 154] skulkest 

tfulgid [tilk, p. 154] 

in dulgest hulketh 

[til], p. 154] [tilk, p. 154] 



sulcate 

in culcate [tilmfis, below] 
bi sulcate 

ulmic 
sac chill mic 



bulgeth 
[filj, p. 154] 



bulky 
hulky* 
sulky 



fulmine 

tculmenjl 

ulmine 

sac chnlinins 

Jbru turn ful- 

men|| 

culmusll 
ulmusll 



ex culpate 

bulges in culpate 

[tilj, p. 154] sulking [til & pate?] 

[tilk, p. 154] 

di vulging gulpest 

[til], p. 154] sulkings [tilp, p. 154] 

[ulktng, above] 

in dulgementf pulpeth 

di vulgementf bulker [tilp, p. 154] 

skulker! 

in dulgementsf se pulcher? or sculpin or 



8, til 



571 



skulpinf 
vulpine? 

sculping! 
ffilp, p. 154] 


pro pulsion re pulser 
re pulsion [tils, p. 155] 
a vulsion 
di vulsion ulcers 
e vulsion [tilstlr, above] 



con vulsion 
sculpture re vulsion ex ultance 



in sculpture! re-ex pulsion 



re sultance 



sculptured 


ex pulsions 


ex ultant 


in sculptured 


[tilslum, above] 


re s ultant 


un sculptured 








sub dulcidf 


a dultedt 


re pulsest 


Jcon vulsed? 


oc culted 


[tils, p. 155] 


[ills, p. 155] 


[tilt, p. 155] 






un in suited 


dulcet 


ad dulcingf 


un con suited 


[ftl & set? or 


[tils, p. 155] 




tils & it?] 




in sultest 


tpulsate 


pulsivet 


[tilt, p. 155] 




e rnulsive 




con vulseth 


[ulshtin, above] 


ex ulteth 


[fib, p. 155] 


self -re pulsive 


[tilt, p. 155] 




ret ro pulsive? 




pulses 


an ti con vulsive 


con suiting 


con vulses 


id i o re pulsive 


[tilt, p. 155] 


[tils, p. 155] 




self -ex ulting 




pulseless 


un con suiting 


pulsiont 


re pulseless 




de mulsion 


[Ms & less?] 


con suitings 


e mulsion 




[tilting, above] 


ap pulsion 


fulsome 




ex pulsion 


[til & sum?] 


con sultive 


im pulsion 




sub sultivet 


com pulsion 


ulcer 


re sultivet 



fits 



DOTTBLE RHYMES, ill tiltl 



a dullness vultures hulvers 

oc cultness [filtyur, above] [tilvtir, above] 



in dulto?|| 
flU & to?] 

cultusll 
sin gultous 
sin gnltusll 
sub sultusjl 

cultert 

a dultert 

con suiter 

[ttlt, p. 155] 

pre suitor or 

pro? siiltor?|| 

ag ri ciiltor?!! 

con suiters 
[ftlttir, above] 

culture 
multure 



duller 
[M, p. 153] 

culler 

color|| or 

colour 

cruller or 

kruller 

muller 

spuller* 

tmedullar 

bi color! 

con color! t 

dis color! 

mul ti color!? 

o ver color! 

dullard 

colored! 

dis colored! 

un colored! 

un dis colored! 



vulture par ti colored?! or 
self-culture par ty-colored?! 
o ver colored! 



un culture 

flo ri culture? 

ter ra culture* 

ag ri culture? 

hor ti culture? 

ar bor i culture? 

cultured 
un cultured 



cullers 
colors! 
[ulftr, above] 

hulver 

culver 

sea-hulver? 



Million 

mullion 
scullion 

slub ber de gul- 
lion 

scullions 
[ulyfm, above] 

ill 11 

pommago 

rummage or 

romage 

scrummage* 

pomace! 
[ftmtiR, p. 570] 

con summatc? 
[umet, p. 574] 

stomach 
[umok, p. 575] 

stomached 
[fan & act?] 

lumbar 
[limbilr, p. 574] 

bombard? 
[umbilrd, p. 574] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ttm 573 



umbel 


scumble 


grumblers 


[umbl, below] 


stumble 


[umblur, above] 




tumble 




de cumbence 


humble? 


Jdumb-bells 


re cumbence 


I umbel 


mumbles 


su per in cum- 


be jumble 


[umbl, above] 


bence 


o ver tumble 


numbles or 






nombles 


cumbent 


humbled? 


umbles 


ac cumbent 


[umbl, above] 


Jumbels 


de cumbent 


un humbled? 




[limbens, above] 


be tumbled 


gumbo 


in cumbent 


un tumbled 


umboll 


pro cumbent 




co lumbo 


un re cumbent 


humbless 






[fan & bless?] 


umbratet 


co lumbite 




ad umbrate 


yt tro-co lumbite 


humblest? 


in umbrate 


[urn & bite?] 


[umbl, above] 


ob umbratet 



plumbic rumbleth cumbrance 

rhombic? [umbl, above] en cumbrance or 

co lumbic in cumbrance 

humbly? dis en cumbrance 

bumble crumbly 

drumble umbra|| 

Jdumb-bell stumbling pe numbra|| 

fumble [umbl, above] 

grumble umbrae? |j 

humble? stumblings pe numbr8e?|| 
jumble [uinbllng, above] 

crumble tumbrel or 

tlumbalf grumbler Jtumbril 

mumble [umbl, above] umbrel? 

rumble Jumbril 



Mill 

'iinhral tin cumbered cor 

un numl- 

tumbn-K un in < 

[Timbrel, alxjve] or un en cum- plummets 

bered [uin- 
cumbrous 

slumbers comfit 

itnbroust [uinbdr, u' discomfit 

[fun A: I 

Imrnbug humdrum 

[um & bug?] [um & drum?] comfits 

[funfTt, above] 
hum' fuminel 

[tun & bugs?] huuim'I durn* 

pommel or [um & found?] 
cumber pummel 

tlumbar comfort 

lumber humiu* ' discomfort 

numtwr pon re comfort 
slur pumm'i 

urnler humhum 

'er fummel* [fim&h': 
r or [finv . 

in citmlwrt mals dummy 

umber gltimmyt 

tpre lumbar DCMsMsl gummy 

outnumber UOBMSl crummy 

dis en cumber [um, p. 155] mir 

tsummist rummy 

an te number scummy 

plummet thnimmy 



:^on summate? mun 

Lomljard? tun con summate [am, p. 155] 



nor MI. K I:IIYMI>, rtm 675 

thummiinll thumblcss sea-compass? 

[umum, below | 

drumlyf jumprst 

humming dumbly [limp, p. 15(1] 

[uin, p. 155] gruinly {compassed 

plumbing comely j umpas, above) 

un be coming un comely {un compassed 

tun en compassc.l 
hummings be numbment 

[inning, above] [um & meant?] crumpet 

strumpet 

pumice? Jsumnerf trumpet 

[ umus, below] co lumnar 

semi-columnar dumpeth 

summit [finip, p. 160] 

[umet, above] dumbness 

numbness crumpets 

dummies Ja lumnus|| [ump^t, above] 

[uml, above] 

hommock or dumpy 

bumkiii hummockll frumpy? 

Jlnmipkin tstomach ii:nimpy 

tpumpkin \\\\\ to stomach? humpy 

thumbkin clumpy* 

hummocks crumpy 

thumbkiiis [umok, above] lumpy 

[finikin, above] lummox plumpy 

slumpy* 

plumb-liiu' dumpage stumpy 

rhumb-line stumpage* 

thumping 

plumb-lines compass [ump, p. 150] 

rhumb-lines Jrumpu8 

en compass thumpings 

sumless out compass [ftmplng, above] 



570 Dorm.K UIIYMES, itm 

dumpish gumption bumpers 

frumpish sumptiont [umpur, above] 

lumpish or as sumption 
lompisht con sumption numskull 

mumpish sub sumption [fun & skfil?] 

Iran sumptiont 

pumpkin pre sumption numskulled 
[fuukm, above] re sumption [um & skuld?] 

re-as sumption 

crumple numskulls 

rumple as sumptions [fun & skulls?] 
un rumple [limpshiin, above] 

sometime 

crumpled bumptious [fun & time?] 

[fimpl, above] scrumptious* 

sometimes 

rumpless as sumpsitjl [fun & times?] 

[limp & less?] non-as sumpsit|| 

[fimp & sit? or hummuinj' 

crumplest fimps & it?] summum|| 

[fimpl, above] }thurnmim|| 

as sumptivo 

rumpleth[fimpshiin,abov( i ] Jcumin or 

[fimpl, above] Jcummin 

bumper summon 

dumpling jumper re summon 

crumpling [limp, p. 156] 

[umpl, above] lumper summoned 

mumper re summoned 
dumplings plumper un summoned 

[ftmpllng, above] rumper 

stumper summons 

rumples conn ter-jump- re summons 
[umpl, above] er? 

gummoua 



DOUBLE RHYMES, ttlU tin 



577 



[tim & us?] 
tpomace or 
Jpummacef 
tpumice? 



dun-birds 
sun-birds 



lunchest 
[unch, p. 157] 
bummer 

dumber muncheth 

[urn, p. 155] [unch, p. 157] 

comer 

mummer punches 

plumber [unch, p. 157] 
rummerf 

scurnmer bunchy 

summer punchy 

trans summer 

punching 

scumraered [unch, p. 157] 
summered 

punchings 

plumbers [unching, above] 
[umur, above] 



Monday 

Sunday 

Junde or 

tundy or 

tundee 

JSal ma gundi|| 

mundane 

in fra mundane 

su pra mundane 

su per mundane 

an te mundane 

ex tra mundane 

nl tra mundane 

in ter mundane 

fe cundate? 

se cundatet 

in undate 

re-in undate 



o va to-ro tundate 
luncheon [undit, below] 
cen tumvirll puncheon 

du umvirll Jpunchin Mondays 

tri umvir|| truncheon? [tmda, above] 



till luncheons 



a bundance 
re dundance 
su per a bundance 
cruncher 

muncher a bundant 

puncher [ftnda'ns, above] 

|ob tundent 

crunchers in undantf 

[unchur, above] 



dunnage [unchun, above] 
gunnage 
tonnage or 
tunnage 

dun-bird 
sun-bird 



578 



DOUBLE KIIYMES, fill 



e runda|| 


pundlef 


fundusll 


ro tundajl 


rundle 


[und & us?] 




Jrundel 




funded 


trundle 


blunder 


[find, p. 157] 


Jfu ri bundal 


dunder* 


tin funded 




plunder 


un re funded 


bundled 


sunder 




trundled 


thunder 


rundel 




under 


[undl, below] 


rundles 


wonder 




[undl, above] 


re funder 


fundest 




a sunder 


ro tundest 


ne gundo|| 


dis sunder 


[und, p. 157] 


hi rundo|| 


there under 




ro tundoj 




cundethf 


tri ges i mo-se- 


plundered 


[tind, p. 157] 


cundoll 


[tindftr, above] 






un plundered 


mundil 


hundred 




[tindl, below] 


[un & dread?] 


blunders 






[undur, above] 


ob tunding 


hundreds 




[und, p. 157] [un & dreads?] 


funnel 


un re funding 




gunnel or 




sundry 


gunwale 


conduit? 


thund'ryt 


runnel 


punditjl 




^treenail? 


tfe cundate? 


thund'rous 


trunnel 


[tindat, above] 


Sundress? 


tunnel 




wondrous 




conduits? 




funneled or 


[ftndlt, above] 


pundumjl 


funnelled 




co rundum|| 


tunneled! 


bundle 


tad e undem|| 




Jmundil 




runnels 



DOUBLE EHYMES, fill 



579 



[tinel, above] 


bungo 


bunny 




mungo 


dunny 


dunnest 




funny 


[tin, p. 156] 


fungoid 


gunny 




spongoid? 


honey 


punnet 




coney? or 


runnet 


fungous 


cony? 




fungus!) 


money 


stunneth 


mun dungus 


sunny 


[tin, p. 156] 




tunny or 




hunger 


thunny 


dun-fish 


mongerf 




sunfish 


tpungar 


honeyed or 




younger 


honied 


bungest 




moneyed or 


wrungest 


hungered 


monied 


[ting, p. 157] 


mongered 


un moneyed 


dungeth 


hungers 


cunning 


[ling, p. 157] 


[unggftr, above] 


running 






[im, p. 156] 


dung-gate 


dungy 


un cunning 


fungate 


pungy 


o ver cunning 




tonguey 




bungle 




runnings 


tfungalf 


bunging 


[lintng, above] 


jungle 


tonguing 






[iing, p. 157] 


dunnish 


bungled 




nunnisht 


pungled 


lungless 


punish 


tungeld? 


tongueless 








punished 


jungles 


ungual 


un punished 


[ftngl, above] 


sub ungual 





conies?! 



580 DOUBLE RHYMES, till 

moneys! Jconjure? |nnkid 
[turf, above] plunger 

sponger drunkest 

plungest ex punger crunkestf 

[tin], p. 158] [link, p. 158] 

plungers 

spongeth [frnjftr, above] junket ' 

[tin], p. 158] [tinkflt, above] 

juncate 

lunges t junket trunketh 

[tin], p. 158] Jplunket [fink, p. 158] 

truncate 

plungyf de truncate trunkful 

spongy ob truncatet [link & full?] 

av or runcate? or 

blunging ab e runcatef chunky* 

plunging flunky 

[tin], p. 158] juncates monkey 

[tinkfft, above] spunky 

plungings mor punkeejl 

[unjmg, above] truncal 

[linkl, below] bunking* 

dungeon [link, p. 158] 
donjonil drunkard 

tfungine Dunkard monkish 

plungeon unkard* skunkish 

dungeons drunkards flunkies 

[ftnjtin, above] [tinkiird, above] [unkT, above] 

lungeous* juncture? crunklet 

Jlungisf [linktyur, below] Jtruncal 

[unj & us?] uncle or 

chunked* unklet 

blunger unked or pe duncle 



DOUBLK KWYMES, iin 



681 



crunklest 
[tinkl, above] 

drunken 

shrunken 

sunken 

function 

junction 

punction 

unction 



un con junctive 

adjunctly 
con junctly 

juncture? 

puncture? 

dis juncture? 

con juncture? 



junctures? 
ad junction [unktyur, above] 
disjunction 

juncusil 
juncoust 
uncoust 
a duncous 
ob uncous 



in junction 

con junction 

s"ub junction 

ex punction 

com punction 

in unction 

in ter junction 

in ter punction 

functions 
[unkshun, above] 

unctious 
com punctious 

punctate 
bi punctate 
im punctate 
tri punctate 



uncial 

quin cunchil 

pro nuncial 

in ter nuncial 

uncia?|| 
o puntia?j| 

nnciae?|( 
o puntia3?|( 

sonship 
[un & ship?] 

nuncio?|| 
in ter nuncio?|| 

nunchion 
truncheon? 
$O puntian 



bunker 
D tinker or 

Tunker nunchions 

hunker* [unshun, above] 
yonker or 



younker 

bunkers 
[unkur, above] 

shunlessf 
sonless 
sunless 



ad junctive e nunciate? 

[tinkshun, above] [unshftlt, p. 736] 



nuncius?j| 
in ter nuncius?|| 

gunstonef 
sun-stone 

gunstonesf 
sun-stones 

gunsterf 
punster 



DOUBT J2 KHYMKrt, till tip 



gunstersf 
punsters 

nonesuch 
[tin & such?] [tintmg, above] 



bunting?! bunters 

nmnting?! hunters 

[tintur, above] 
blunt ings 

gunner 
dinner or 



blunted 


gruntlet 


conner 


wonted 


dis gruntle 


runner 


[unt, p. 158] 


con tra puntal 


[fin, p. 156] 


un blunted 




fore runner 


bi fronted 


frontless 




un hunted 


wontlessf 


gunners 


un stunted 




[unur, above] 


u n wonted 


junto|| 






punto|| 


brunion 


bluntest 




bunion or 


[tint, p. 158] 


juntos 


bunyon 


Jcon tra puntist 


puntos 


munnion 






onion 


hunteth 


unto? 


ronion or 


[tint, p. 158] 


[un & too?] 


ronyon or 






runnion 


monthly 


huntress 


trunnion 


bi monthly 


[un & tresS?] 


sea-onion? 



Le huntite 
[tin & tight?] 



country 



onions 



Jef frontery [unyfin, above] 

buntine?! countries ftp 

muntin?! [iintrT, above] rupture 
struntain* [iiptyUr, below] 
Mo guntine bunter 

hunter suppest 

blunting [tint, p. 158] [up, p. 159] 
[tint, p. 158] punter 



DOUBLE HHYMES, tip 



583 



cuppeth 


juppon? 


[fiptSth, above] 


[lip, p. 159] 


[up & on?] 








e ruptive 


cupping 


nuptial 


[upshun, above] 


[tip, p. 159] 


an te nuptial 






[tip & shall?] 


ab ruptly 


cuppings 




[iipt, p. 159] 


[tiplng, above] 


ruption 






ab ruption 


cor ruptness 


couple 


di ruption 


[upt, p. 159] 


supple 


dis ruption 




ac couple 


e ruption 


ab rupter 


un couple 


ir ruption 


cor rupter 


un supple 


cor ruption 


in ter rupter 




pro ruption 




coupled 


in cor ruption 


cor rupters 


[upl, above] 


in ter ruption 


in ter rupters 


supplest 


cor ruptions 


rupture 


[upl, above] 


[lipshiin, above] 


dis rupture 


ac coupleth 


ab ruptedt 


ruptures 


[tipl, above] 


dis rupted 


dis ruptures 




[upt, p. 159] 




coupling 


ir rupted 


dupper 


[upl, above] 


un in ter rupted 


crupper? 






cupper 


couplings 


ab ruptest 


scupper 


[upltng, above] 


[upt, p. 159] 


supper 






upher? 


coupler 


dis rupteth 


upper 


suppler 


cor rupteth 






in ter rupteth 


cruppered? 


un couples 




supperedf 


[upl, above] 


dis rupting 





584 DOUBLE KUYMES, ftp tig 

scuppers bluslif ul con cussions 

[upfir, above] [ush & full?] [ushun, above] 

fts bhishyf luscious 

de cussate brushy o ver luscious 

[us^t, below] mushy? [ush & us?] 

rushy 

com bustion slushy brusher 

[ustyfin, p. 588] [fish, p. 159] 

brushing flusher 

dis cussest [tish, p. 159] huslier* 

[us, p. 159] un blushing plusher 

usher 

gusset brushings 

russet [fishing, above] ushers 

Jde cussate [iishur, above] 

blushless 

trusseth [ush & less?] musci?|| 

[us, p. 159] [us & sigh? or 

mushroom us & I?] 
gussets [Gsh &> room?] 

[tisfit, above] fuscite 

mushrooms Hussite 

fusses [ush & rooms?] mussite 

[us, p. 159] [fis & sit?] 

^Prussian? 

blushest ^Russian? Hussites 

[tish, p. 159] dis cussion [tislt, above] 

in cussionf 

rusheth con cussion fussy 

[tish, p. 159] per cussion juasi|| 

re cussion mussy 

flushes sue cussion |musca3?j| 

[tish, p. 159] fl de j ussion pussy? 

re per cussion 



DOUBLE RHYMES, fts -585 

prussic? ^Muscat cor puscule 

[ftsok, p. 586] musket or ere pusculef 

musquett opuscule ) 
fussing tin f uscate 

trussing Job t'uscate or ma juscules 
[us, p. 159] Jof f uscatef [uskul, above] 

jco ruscate? 

fussiugs fuscous 

[ftsmg, above] musketh sub f uscousf 

[ftsk, p. 159] mol luscous 
dis cussive 

per cussive muskets brusquer 

sue cussive [usket, above] husker 
re per cussive [ftsk, p. 159] 

busky Jtuscor 
co ruscate? dusky 

[fiske't, below] husky buskers 

musky [iiskur, above] 
Jbuskin tusky 

tcuskint musquashll 

Tuscan buskin [us & quash?] 

mol luscan [uskiin, above] 

E truscan brustlet 

husking bustle 

Tuscans [lisk, p. 159] hustle 

[ftskitn, above] justle 

huskings muscle 

muscall [usktng, above] mussel 

mol luscall nustlef 

duskish rustle 

brusquest luskish thrustlet 

buskest tussle 

[usk, p. 159] ma juscule ere pusclet 

ul cuscule o puscle 
busket mi nuscule 
33* 



586 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



bustled cuspis|| 


thrusteth 


[usl, above] a ruspice or 


[ust, p. 160] 


muscled ha ruspice 






gustfult 


hustlest musrole? or 


lustful 


[usl, above] musrol? 


rustful 


[us & roll?] 


trustful 


justleth 


dis gustful 


[usl, above] musroles? 


dis trustful 


[us & rolls?] 


mis trustful 


musclingt 


on trustful 


rustling Jfustet 




[usl, above] an gustate 


dusty 


in crustatet 


fusty 


rustlings 


gusty 


[usllng, above] . mustang 


crust ae?H 


[listing, below] 


[tistft, above] 


bustler 


crusty 


[usl, above] frusta|| 


lusty 


[ustum, below] 


musty 


bustlers crustaj 


rusty 


[uslftr, above] lo custa|| 


trusty 




un lusty 


rustles mustard 


un trusty 


[usl, above] [tisturd, p. 587] 


o ver lusty 


fussock* dusted 


fustic 


tprussic? [ust, p. 160] 


lustict 


tussock or a dusted 


tmustac 


Jtussuckf un crusted 


rustic 


un trusted 


lo custic 


Icusped? un ad justed 


ap o crustic 


bi cuspid 




tri cuspid trustest 


rustics 


[ust, p. 160] 


ap o crustics 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



587 



[ftsttk, above] 


mal adjustment 


custom 






ar bustumjl 


tAu gustan 


ad justmenta 


ac custom 


Au gustine? 


[ustm&nt, above] 


dis ac custom 


[fist & in?] 








justness 


customed 


tmustang 


[ustlt, above] 


[ustum, above] 


rusting 




un customed 


[fist, p. 160] 


bustoil 


un ac customed 


un mis trusting 


gustol) 








frustums 


hustings 


frustrate 


[iistftm, above] 


lustings 


lustratef 




[tistlng, above] 


il lustrate 


bluster 






buster 


justice 


frustrates 


duster 


tcustoslit 


[ustrSt, above] 


fust, p. 160] 


in justice 




fluster 




tcustrelf 


juster 


ar bustive 


lustral 


cluster 


com bustive 


la custral 


luster or 


ad ju stive 




lustreli 




flustrall 


muster 


lustlessf 


frustrall 


out lustre! 


trustless 


lustrajl 


a plustre?j| 


dis trustless 




fil i buster? or 


mis trustless 


blust'ring 


fil li buster 




lustring? 




justly 


must'ring 


bustard 


ro bustly 




custard 


augustly 


blustrousf 


mustard 


un justly 


lustrous 


mustered 




un lustrous 


[ustur, above] 


ad justment 






[fist, p. 160] 


frustumj 


blusters 



DOUBLE KHYMES, flS tit 



clusters (th) 


ruttish 


[fistftr, above] brother 


sluttish 


mother 




tfustian pother? 


jutties 


ustionf smother 


[titf, above] 


am bastion t'other 




com bustion other 


guttlet 


a dustiori an other 


cuttle 


ex ustion 


shuttle 


in ustionf mothered 


scuttle 


mox i bustion smothered 


subtle 


[utftfir, above] 


suttle 


dia cusser {southward? 


ta buttal 


[us, p. 159] 


Jre buttal 


res cussor? mothers 


tsur re buttal 


fl de jussorll [utftilr, above] 


su per subtle 


dis cussers tguttae?|| 


shuttled 


[usfir, above] gutty 


[utl, above] 


jutty 




ttt cutty 


scuttlest 


re buttal putty 


subtlest 


[titl, below] rutty 


"[titl, above] 


smutty 




jutted tutty 


guttlethf 


[tit, p. 160] un smutty 


[titl, above] 


tputtied 




un glutted butting 


suttling* 


cutting 


[titl, above] 


gluttest nutting 




[fit, p. 160] [lit, p. 160] 


butler 




guttler 


shutteth buttings 


cutler 


[tit, p. 160] [titfcig, above] 


sutler 




subtler 



bOITBi.K KHYMtfS, tit llV 



[fttl, above] 


nutter 


covin 


arch-butler 


gutter 


[iivn, below] 




clutter 




butlers 


cutter 


shoving 


[titlur, above] 


[lit, p. 160] 


[uv, p. 161] 




mutter 


un loving 


cuttles 


putter 




[fttl, above] 


rutter 


shovings 




shutter 


[tivihg, above] 


butment 


splutter 




a butment 


sputter 


shovel 




strutter 


scovel 


button 


stutter 




glutton 


utter 


gloveless 


mutton 


re butter 


loveless 


un button 


sur re butter 






o ver flutter 


lovely 


buttoned 




un lovely 


gluttonedf 


buttered 




un buttoned 


[utur, above] 


shovels 




un buttered 


scovels 


buttons 


un uttered 




[utn, above] 




tcovin 




flutters 


oven 


buttock 


[titur, above] 


sloven? 


futtock 






puttock 


tiv 


ovens 




lovest 


[uvn, above] 


buttocks 


[ttv, p. 161] 




[utfik, above] 




glover 




covet 


hover 


buttress 


[uv & it?] 


cover 


arch-buttress 




lover 




gloveth 


[uv, p. 161] 


butter 


[&v, p. 161] 


plover 



DOUHJ.K KIIYMKS, llV 



dis cover 


Jhussiefl 


muzzlings 


re cover 




[uzltrig, above] 


un cover 


fuzzy 




pre dis cover 


liussy 


guzzler 


re dis cover 


muzzy 


puzzler 


o ver cover 








buzzing 


guzzlers 


hovered 


[uz, p: 161] 


puzzlers 


[uvur, above] 






un dis covered 


buzzings 


puzzles 


un re covered 


[uzmg, above] 


[iizl, above] 


govern 


fuzzlet 


dozen 


mis govern 


guzzlo 


cousin 




muzzle 


cozen or 


governed 


nosel 


cosenf 


mis governed 


nuzzle 




un governed 


nousle 


dozens 




nousel 


[iizn, above] 


covert 


puzzelt 




dis covert 


puzzle 


musrole? or 


feme-covert? 


un muzzle 


musrol? 






[tiz & roll?] 


glovers 


guzzled 




[fivur, above] 


[uzl, above] 


musroles? 




un muzzled 


[uz & rolls?] 


ttz 






huzzestf 


puzzlest 


ftr 


[tte, P . 161] 


[uzl, above] 


borage? 






courage 


fuzzeth 


fuzzletht 


stirragcf 


[6z, p. 161] 


[uzl, above] 


dis courage 






en courage 


buzzes 


muzzling 


-ie murrage 


[to, p. 161] 


[uzl, above] 





DOUBLE RHYMES, 



couragedt 
[firSj, above] 
un dis couraged 

currant 
[urent, p. 593] 

durra? 

gurrah? 

sirrah? 

surbase 
[urbfts, below] 

durbar|| 
[urbur, below] 

Jsherbet?|| or 

Jscherbet?!! 

Jturbit 

a cerbate 

tcu curbit or 

Jcu curbite 

per turbate?t 

ex a cerbate? 

[ftrbSt, below] 

a cerbates 
[urbat, above] 

herbal 
verbal 



turban un dis turbing 
Jturbine 

urban curbings 

sub urban [firblng, above] 



dis turbance 

per turbance 

in dis turbance 



furbish 
re furbish 
su perbish 



turbans herbist 

[urban, above] [flrbest, above] 

perbend? curbless 

Jturbaned herbless 

tun turbaned 

burbot 

Iherbist turbot 

curbest [urbat, above] 
i'surbased 

su perbest burbots 

[lirb, p. 102] [ilrbot, above] 



curbeth 
[ilrb, p. 162] 
turbethf or 
tturbitht 

herbid 
tcurbed 
[Orb, p. 162] 

turbid 
un turbid 



herbous 
[firb & us?] 
Jaurbase 

tdurbari! 

Jherbarf 

herberf 

su perber 

dis turber 

[ilrb, p. 162] 



herbals curbing dis turbers 

[urbfil, above] [firb, p. 162] [firbfir, above] 



692 



DOUBLE 



, Ar 



purchase 


churchless 


heardest 


re purchase 


searchless 


herdest 






ab surdest 


purchased 


churchly 


[urd, p. 162] 


[firchest, below] 


un churchly 








girdeth 


^purchased 


birchen 


[urd, p. 162] 


searchest 


[urchin, above] 




[urch, p. 162] 




birdie 


tre purchased 


virtue? 


curdy 


tun purchased 


[Urt & you? or 


lurdy* 




ur & chew?] 


sturdy 


percheth 




wordy 


[urch, p. 162] 


lurcher 


hur dy-gurdy? 




nurture? 




birches 


percher 


birding 


[urch, p. 162] 


searcher 


wording 




mis nurture? 


[urd, p. 162] 


re searchfulf 


re searcher 




[urch& full?] 


[urtyurd, p. 607] 


thirdings 






wordings 


kerchiefed or 


nurtures? 


[tirduig, above] 


kerchieft 


searchers 




un kerchiefed [urchfir, above] 


de perdit 






[urd & it?] 


Jbirchen 


surdal 




urchin 


[tirdl, below] 


girdle 


sea-urchin? 




hurdle 




verdant 


curdle 


churching 


un verdant 


Jsurdal 


[urch, p. 162] 




en girdle 


un searching 


curded 






[urd, p. 162] 


girdled 


churchings 


un worded 


[urdl, above] 


[urchlhg, above] 




un curdled 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



593 



curdless 
wordless 

girdlest 
[tirdl, above] 

hurdleth 
[tirdl, above] 

thirdly 
ab surdly 

curdling 
[tirdl, above] 

hurdles 
[ftrdl, above] 
sea-girdles? 

birdman 

Jbirdmen 

herdman 

Jherdmen 

burden 

Jburdon 

Jguerdon? 

burden* 

Jlurdanf 

dis burden 

un burden 

o ver burden 

Jly co perdon|| 

burdened 



[urdn, above] squirrels? 

[urel, above] 
burdens 

[Urdn, above] trans f erence? or 
trans ferrence? 
perdu?| or in currence 

perdue?|| con currence 
[ftr & du?] oc currence 

re currence 

turdusll trans currence 
lig ni perdous de terrence?f 
non-con currence 
birder in ter currence 
girder 

herder Jcurrant 

murder current 

self-murder ex current 

con current 

murdered [urSns, above] 
un murdered un current 

lu ni current? 
murders non-re current 
f urdfir, above] coun ter-current? 



herdsman 
Jherdsmen 
wordsman 
twordsmen 

burrel 

Jscurrile 

squirrel? 

turrel 

spi gurrel 



stirrest 
[ur, p, 161] 

skirret? 

turret 

|worrit 

spurreth 
[ur, p. 161] 

turrets 



694 



DOUBLE K1IYMES, 



[fir^t, above] curfew 


burry 


[fir & few?} 


flurry 


perfect? 


furry 


im perfect virgate 


gurry 


plu perfect? ob jurgate 


hurry 


un perfectf ex purgate? 


whurryt 


plus quam per- 


curry 


fectf ob jurgates 


cunie 


pre ter perfect [firg&t, above] 


lurry 


pre ter im per- 


knurryt 


fect tergal 


purree 


[firgl, below] 


scurry* or 


^surfaced 


skurry* 


turfest yergas 


spurrey or 


[firgus,, below] 


spurry 


scurfy 


urry 


surfy burgall 


worry 


turfy [fir & gall?] 


hur ry-skurry?f 


surfeit gurgle 


hurried 


[fir & fit?] Jtergal 


[firf, above] 




un curried 


$f earful? ergoj 


un worried 


purfle virgo| 




Jpurfilef 


sul phuric? 


mergusll 


[firSk, p. 602] 


turfless Jyergas 




[firf & less?] pol y ergusjj 


murrain 


thau ma turgus| 


murrhine? 


purflew 




[fir & flu?] burgher 


blurring 


an ti burgher 


[fir, p. 161] 


Jfurfurl! 


erring? 


wherefore? Con durrite? 


ab erring?t 


therefore? [fir & It or nt?] 


un erring? 



DOUBLE RHYMES, Ar 695 

cur murring urgent surgy 

un stirring e mergent ac i urgy 

in con curringf ab stergent per i ergyf 

non-re curring as surgent thau ma turgy? 

un re curring in surgent 

de tergent turgid 

blurrings di vergent purged? 

[tiring, above] con vergent [urj, p. 163] 

flourish in surgents chi rurgicf 

currish [ilrjent, above] li turgic 

nourish en ergic 

re flourish urgest the urgic 

o ver flourish [urj, p. 163] met al lurgic 

Jthau ma turgist thau rna turgic 

flourished dem i urgic 

[Uriah, above] mergeth 

un nourished [Urj, p. 163] li turgics 

thau ma turgics 
flurries Jburgees 

[iirl, above] [urjl, below] virgin 

purges [rjun, below] 
burgee [urj, p, 163] 

[vlrjl, below] Bo an ergesjl purging 

[urj, p. 168] 

urgencef surgeful 

e mergence [tirj & full?] purgings 
sub mergence [urjlug, above] 

di vergence mergi?i| 

con vergence [urgus, above] surgeless 

[urj & less?] 
tsergeant? or . burgee 

tserjeant? clergy burgeon[j or 

Jsurgeant? lurgy* bourgeonf 

turgent perge?[| gurjunj) 



596 



DOUBLE RHYMES, Ul* 



sturgeon 


shirketh 


firkins 


surgeon 


[urk, p. 163] 


[ftrklh, above] 


Jvirgiri 






dis burgeon 


workfulf 


quirkish 


ha bergeou? 


[urk & full?] 


Turkish 


chi rurgeonf 








jerky 


burkism 


gurgeonsf 


murky or 


Turkism 


surgeons 


mirky 




[firjun, above] 


perky 


burkisrns 




shirky* 


Turkisms 


perjure? 


smirky or 




purger 


smerkyf 


circuit 


[fill, p. 163] 


turkey 


[urkst, above] 


verdure? 






verger 


Jbirken 


clerklike? 




firkin 


Turklike 


perjured? 


gherkin or 


un clerklike? 


verdured? 


girkinf 




un perjured? 


jerkin 


circle 




tquerken* 


surclef 


purgers 


merkin 


turkle 


[urjur, above] 


perkin 


tlu percal?j| 




tpurcon 


en ckcle or 


furcate 


Jzirconlj 


in circlet 


Jcircuit 




Jno vercal 


[urk & it?] 


jerking 


sem i circle? 


bi furcate 


jerquing* 


Jho mo cereal 


tri furcate 


[(Irk, p. 103] 


Jhet er o cercai 




un smirking 




no vercal 


a working 


clerkless? 


[urkl, below] 


un working 


worklessf 



lurkest jerkings circles 

[urk, p. 163] [urkmg, above] [urkl, above] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



597 



kirkman 


workers 


knurly 


Jkirkinen 


[urkur, above] 


pearly 


Turkman 




sliirley 


workman 


burltiee 


surly 


^workmen 


[urles, below] 


early 


un der workman 




hur ly-burly? 


Jun der workmen 


pearlash 






[urlish, below] 


berlin?|| 


Turkmans 




merlin 


workman's 


worldly 


$merlon|| 


[urkmiln, above] 


un worldly 


purlin or 






purline 


purcon 


Jburlace 


smerlin 


[firkin, above] 


spurless 






stirless 


furling 


clerkship? 




[url, p. 164] 


workshipt 


furlest 


hurling 




[M, p. 164] 


hirling 


irksome 




merling 


mirksomef 


sterlet 


spirling or 


[urk & sum?] 


[urlot, below] 


spurling 






sterling 


quercus|| 


hurleth 


surlingf 


circusii 


[url, p. 164] 


yearling? 


bi f urcous 






cys ti cercus|| 


girlhood 


merlings 




[url & hood?] 


[urltng, above] 


burker 




pearlings 


jerker 


perlite 




Lurk, p. 163] 


Zurlite 


merlins 


jerquer* 




[urltn, above] 


Jcircarll 


burly 


pearlins 


sub worker 


churlyf 




un der worker 


hurly 


churlish 




curly 


girlish 



598 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



tpearlash 

shirleys 
[firll, above] 

furlough 
[fir & 10?] 



mermaid 
[fir & mad?] 

mermaids 
[fir & mSdz?] 



men i spermate 
[fir & mate? or 
merlonli firmtt, below] 



[firlm, above] 

furlong 
[fir & long?] 

firlot 
Jsterlet 

firlots 
Jsterlets 

curlew 
purlieull 



heniKi 
permad 

syrmal! 

mo nermafl 

ter ra firmaH 

Hennee?|| 

syrmoc?l| 
thermoe?!! 

Hermes?!! 
kermes?|| or 

chermes?!! 
termes?!| 

vermes?!! * 
al kermes?li 

mermen 



dermal 
thermal 
t vermeil 
tvermilf 
syn thermal 
ep i dermal 
pach y dermal 
di a thermal 

i so thermal [firmm, below] 
i so ge o thermal 

ferment? 
taf firmant 
pre ferment 
de terment 
in terment 
a verment 
cour ter ferment? 
dis in terment 



Birman or 
Burman 

curlews firman?!! 

purlieus German 

merman 

burler[firmm, p. 599] 

hurler 



[firl, p. 164] af firmance 

curler con firmancet ferments 

whirler dis af firmance [firrn^nt, above] 
whorler? re af firmance 

firmest 

curlers af firmant termest 

[firlfir, above] [firment, below] [firm, p. 164] 



DOUBLE RHYMES, U 


r 599 


$tax i dermist? 


JBurman 


skirmish 




Jfirman?|| 




af firmeth 


tgerman 


skirmished 


[firm, p. 164] 


^German 


un skirmished 




tgermen 




termite 


tmerman 


hermit 


f ilr & mlt?] 


tmermen 


permit? 




Jsermon 


Jmen i spermate 


termites? 


ermine 




[unnlt, above] 


vermin 


hermits 




de termine 


[tirmlt, above] 


gurmy 


men i spermine 




Hernias? Jl 


fore de termine 


firmless 


[urme, above] 


pre de termine 


termlessf 


wormy 






tax i dermy? 


tsermonedt 


firmly 




ermined 


termlyt 


dermic 


de termined 


in firmly 


thermic 


[urmrn, above] 




en dermic 


in de termined 


firmness 


en do dermic 


un de termined 


in firmness 


ep i dermic 




un firmness 


tax i dermic 


squirming 




ec to dermic 


[urm, p. 164] 


dermoid 


en do spermic 




ep i dermoid 


pseu do-spermic 


squirmings 


pach y dermoid 



ep i spermic [urmmg, above] 
men i spermic lith o spermum[| 

di a thermic de termine s my ro spermum|j 

a di a thermic [urmin, above] 

sermon 

vermilf dermis [urmm, above] 

[urmul, above] [urmiis, below] 

Idermis 
IBirman or firmish a spermous 



600 



DOUBLE RHYMES, 



di spermous sea-worniwood 
tri spermous [firm & wood?] 

in ermous 

|ep i dermisf surname?! 
pol y spermous [firnum, below] 
gym no spermous 

mon o spermous furnace 
coel o spermous [urntis, below] 
tet ra spermous 

pen ta spermous tburnet 

oc to spermous tgurnet 

di a thermous ternate 

en ne a spermous Jyer-nut 

cam py lo sper- co thurnate 

mous al ternate? 

an gi o spermous bi ternate 

ep i pliyl lo sper- fra ternatet 

mous qua ternate 

an gi o mon o- tri ternate 

spermous sub al ternate 



firmer 
[ten, p. 164] 

murmur 

termor 

re murmur 

murmured 
re murmured 
un murmured 

murmurs 
[urmur, above] 

wormwood 



thernhill 

journal 

tkernel 

Jcolonel|| 

Ipernel 

sternal 

urnal 

vernal 

tvernile 

hi bernal 

in fernal 

su pernal 

lu ceraal 



ex ternal 

fra ternal 

in ternal 

. ma ternal 

noc turnal 

pa ternal 

di urnal 

ep i sternal 

co e ternal 

un fra ternal 

sem pi ternal 

di u turnal 

ho di ernalf 

sem i-di urnal 

journals 
[urn SI, above] 

vernantf 

Jse cement 

al ternant 

pernall 
sterna'! 

[Urnum, below] 

e burna|| 

par a phernaj 

dcrnier?|| 
vernier? i| 

burned? 

[lira, p. 165] 
Jjourneyed 
learned? 



DOUBLE RHYMES, &P 601 

ttourneyed journey dis furnish 

mis learned? spurney re furnish 

un learned? tourney? or un furnish 

turneyf un der furnish 

kernel at torney 

[flrniQ, above] burnished 

journeyed [ftrnish, above] 
se cement [urned, above] 

[tirniint, above] journeys 

vernile [ftrnt, above] 
burnest [ftrnal, above] 

[tirn, p. 165] re turnless 

Jfumacedt learning [Urn & less?] 

sternest turning 

un earnest [urn, p. 1G5] ad journment 

o ver earnest un burning dis cernment 

con cerning [urn, p. 165] 

. burnet un dis cerning at tornment|| 
[firnilt, above] un con cerning 

ua re turning ad journments 

turneth [urnment, above] 
[ftm, p. 165] turnings 

earnings sternness 

urnful [urnlng, above] [urnus, below] 
earnfult 

yearnfulf turnip or noc turnoll 

turnep [flrn & o? or fir 

hernhiU [tarn & up?] & no?] 
[firnal, above] 

pernisll sternum|| 

e ternize [tirniis, below] tsurname? or 

fra ternize? tsirname? 

[(irn & eyes?] burnish al burnum|| 

furnish la burnum|| 

ferny kernishf vi burnum|| 

84 



602 DOUBLE KHYMES, &T 

in 8B ternum| burrock purple 

purrock* be purple 

Jburnosl! or Jsul phuric? ern purple or 

Jburnoosell im purple 
Jfurnace burrocks 

Jpernis|| purrocks* purplest 

cernous [urpl, above] 

Jsternness ex tirpate? Jsurpliced 
al burnous [ur & pate?] 

purples 

yer-nut quirpele [urpl, above] 
[firnat, above] [urpl, below ] 

purport 

learner herpes? || [ur & port?] 
pernor [ur & pez?] 

turner in terpret 

so journer serpent mis in terpret 
[firn, p. 165] sea-serpent? 

purprise 

learners chirpest [ur & prize?] 
[urnur, above] [urp, p. 166] 

tpui-posed de cerption 

borough $un purposed dis cerption 

burrow ex cerptiont 

furrow turpeth 

thorough or u surpeth purpure 

thorowf [urp, p. 166] [ur & pure?] 
un der furrow 

chirping purpose 

burrowed [tirp, p. 166] dis purpose 
[ftr5, above] 

un furrowed chirpings purposed 

[urplng, above] [urpe"st, above] 
furrows 

[uro, above] tquirpele chirper 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



603 



u surper 


tersest 


worshiped or 




co ercest 


worshipped 


cliirpers 


[firs, p. 166] 


[firshlp, above] 


u surpers 




un worshiped! 




purset 




ter gi versate? 


tercet 


{Mercian 


[ilrset, below] 


tiercet? 


mersion 




{ter gi versate? 


{Persian? 


hearsalt 




{tertian 


{tercel 


nurseth 


version 


re hearsal 


[firs, p. 166] 


dis cursion 


sue cursalf 




ex cursion 


re versal 


pursets 


in cursion 


trans versal 


[firset, above] 


de mersion 


qua qua versal 




e mersion 


u ni versal 


{mercies 


ira mersion 




purses 


sub mersion 


re hearsals 


dis burses 


as persion 


[ursal, above] 


[firs, p. 166] 


a pertionf 






dis persion 


versantf 


purseful 


ab stersion 


re cursant 


[firs & full?] 


as sertion 


tex ercentf 




in sertion 


con versant?f 


tertial 


con certiont 




com mercial 


con sertionf 


bursar 


un com mercial 


{la certian? 


[firsfir, p. 605] 


ses qui tertial 


de tersion 




con tro versial 


nas turtion 


cursed? 




{Cis tercian 


ac cursed? 


curshipt 


ex ertion 


[firs, p. 166] 


worship 


in ertionf 




mis worship 


co ercion 


tercel 


self-worship? 


a version 


[ursal, above] connois seurship? 


di version 




am a teurship? 


e version 



604 



DOUBLE RHYMES, &T 



in version 


hircine 


self -sub versive 


con version 


Jperson 


an i mad versive 


ob version 


tercine 




per version 


ursine 


Persism 


re version 


^worsen 


Turcism 


sub version 






de sertion 


tercines 


Persisms 


in ter spersion 


[tirsm, above] 


Turcisms 


re-as sertion 






self-as sertion 


cursing 


mercies 


re-in sertion 


[firs, p. 166] 


[tirsez, above] 


dis con certion 


un con versing 




pre con certion 




re verselessf 


tsem i tertian 


cursings 


[urs & less?] 


Jses qui tertian 


[firsmg, above] 




in ex ertion 




tersely 


re con version 


persis 


[urs, p. 166] 


un con version 


[ftrsiis, below] 




ex tra version 




purslain or 


con tra version 


cursive 


purslane 


ex tro version 


pursivef 


sea-purslane? 


in tro version 


de cursive 




re tro version? 


dis cursive 


verseman 


an i mad version 


ex cursive 


Jversemen 




in cursive 


[urs & man or 


versions 


pre cursive 


men?] 


[urshftn, above] 


as persive 






dis persive 


dis bursenient 


mercy 


ab stersive 


im bursernentf 


pursy 


de tersive 


a mercement 


gra mercy 


co ercive 


re im bursernent 



e versive 

liircic con versive dis bursements 

Persic per versive [ursme'nt, above] 

sub versive 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



605 



person 


versus|| 


un as serted 


[firsm, above] 


dis cursus|| 


un con certed 




ex cursus|| 


un ex erted 


a verseness 


ad versus|| 


un a verted 


[firs, p. 166] 


re versis|| 


un di verted 






un in verted 


thirsted 


Jbursar 


un con verted 


worsted? 


curser 


un per verted 


[first, p. 166] 


cursor 


un re verted 




mercer 


un sub verted 


burstest 


purser un dis con certed 


[first, p. 166] 


searcerf 






worserf 


ad vertence 


worsteth 


pre cursor 


in ad vertence 


[first, p. 166] 


a mercer 






an te cursor 


ad vertent 


thirsting 




in ad vertent 


[first, p. 166] 


pursers 






[firsfir, above] 


blurtest 


thirst ings 




curtest 


[firstmg, above] 


curtate 


[firt, p. 167] 




[firt & fit?] 




burster 




hurteth 


thirster 


curtal 


[firt, p. 167] 




[firtl, below] 




bursters 




hurtful 


thirsters 


thirteen? 


un hurtful 


" 


[firtln, below] 


de sertfulf 


hirsute? 




[firt & full?] 


[fir & suit?] 


Jdirtied 






girted 


earthest 


cursus|| 


[firt, p. 167] 


[firth, p. 168] 


Jpersisll 


un shirted 




thyrsusli 


ex sorted 


bertheth 


ursus|| 


con verted 


[firth, p. 168] 
34* 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



mirthful 


{thirteen? 


turtle 


worthfulf 


un curtain 


tin fertile 




in certain 


tun fertile 


girthing 


la certine 


tex sertile 


[firth, p, 168] 


un certain 








hurtled 


birtliless 


curtained 


kirtled 


mirthless 


un curtained 


tcurtaledf 


worthless 




spirtled 




flirting 




earthly 


shirting 


hurtless 


un earthly 


[firt, p. 167] 


tcurtelassef 




self -as serting 


shirtless 


(tfc) 






burthen 


curtains 


hurtlest 


dis burthen 


[urtm, above] 


spirtlest 


un burthen 








furtive 


hurtleth 


worthy 


as sertive 


spirtleth 


un worthy 


ex ertive 






di vertive 


curtly 


further 


re vertive 


pertly 


murthert 


un as sertive 


[firt, p. 167] 


cherty 


dirties 


hurtling 


dirty 


thirties 


spirtling 


thirty 




turtling 


Tri murtiil 


{fertile 






hurtel?* 


myrtles 


fertile 


hurtle 


[firtl, above] 


[firtl, below] 


whortle 






Jcurtal 


burton 


Jburton 


kirtlc 


[urtm, above] 


curtain 


myrtle 




certain 


spirtle 


a lertness 



DOUBLE KHYMES, 



[to, p. 167] 

con certo] 
[ur & to?] 

concertos 
[tir & toes?] 

scherzo?!! 
[urt & so?] 



as sertor|| 
per verter 
[urt, p. 167] 



stirrups? 
[tirup, above] 

Jnouricef 
su surrousf 
su surrusjl 

spurrer 
stirrer 
[ur, p. 161] 

a pertor|| stirrers 

cham pertor? [tirfir, above] 
as serter or 

curvate 
Jcurvet? 
in curvate 
re curvate 



607 
Jvervels 

Jfervencef 

ob servance 

re servance 

in ob servance 

non-ob servance 

Jfervent 

curvant 

servant 

con servant 

ob servant 

un der servant 

in ob servant 

un ob servant 



as serters 
[firtfir, above] 

virtue? 
[tirt & you?] 

nurture? 



servants 
bi nervate [urv&nt, above] 
e nervate 

tri nervate con ferva|| 

a cervate con tra yerva[| 
co a cervate 

servest 
in curvates [tirv, p. 168] 



[urchur, p. 592] [urvSt, above] 

curvetli 



nurtured? 


tchervil [urv, p. 168] 


mis nurtured? 


curval 




un nurtured? 


serval 


nervy 




Jservile? 


scurvy 


stirrup? 


a cerval 


tsurvey? 


sirup? or 




top sy turvy 


syrup? 


servals 






[urv^l, above] 


fervid 



608 



DOUBLE EHTMES, rl 



Jnerved? 


cervusl) 


hoodeth 


[tor, p. 168J 


re curvous 


[ud, p. 168] 




e nervousf 




chervil 


[ftrvls, above] 


goody 


[tirval, above] 




woody 




fervorli or 


o ver woody 


jervine 


fervour 




nervine 


ob server 


pudding 


cervine? 


[urv, p. 168] 


wooding 


vervain? 




[ud, p. 168] 




ob servers 


sea-pudding? 


swerving 


[urvur, above] 




[tor, p. 168] 




puddings 


un swerving 


tirwit? [lading, above] 


un de serving 


[ilr & wit?] 




un ob serving 




goodlessf 




furzy 


hoodless 


swervings 


jersey 


woodless 


[urvtng, above] 


kersey 








goodly 


nervines 


jerseys 


woodtyf 


vervains? 


[tirzT, above] 


un goodlyf 


dervis or 


t;d 


goodman 


dervise 


hooded 


tgoodrnenf 


service 


wooded 


woodman 


dis service 


un hooded 


Jwoodmen 


eye-service 


in wooded 




un der service 


un wooded 


pudden 


[urvus, below] 




wooden 




stoodest 




nerveless 


wouldest? 


goodness 


[urv & less?] 


woodest 


woodnessf 




[i,id, p. 168] 





DOUBLE RHYMES, Tig 


-ill 609 


Kg 


bookless 


[ul & fish?] 


sugared 


[uk & less?] 




un sugared 




bully 




booklet 


fully 


uk 


brooklet 


mulley 


hooked? 




pulley 


crooked? 


booklets 


woolly 


[i.ik, p. 169] 


brooklets 




un crooked? 




bullied 




hooker 


pulleyed! 


hookest 


cooker 




[uk, p. 169] 


looker 


fulling 






pulling 


looketh 


hookers 




Djk, p. 169] 


[ukftr, above] 


bullish 






fullishg 


brooky 


ul 




hookey 


pullent 


bullies 


hooky 


woolen or 


[ult, above] 


cooky or 


woollen 




cookie 




pulpit 


rooky 


Jbullistt 


[ul & pit?] 




fullest 




cooking 


pullest 


woolsey 


[uk, p. 169] 




lin sey- woolsey? 




bullet 




cookings 


pullet 


fuller 


[uktng, above] 




puller 




fulleth 


un der puller 


bookish 


pulleth 




un bookish 




fullers 


o ver bookish 


bullets 


[ulftr, above] 




pullets 




hookeys 




bulwark 


cookies 


woLfish 


[yl & work?] 



610 



DOUBLE RHYMES, lllll 



um 

woman? 
un woman? 



hooper? 

crupper? 

cooper? 

hoopers? 
[upftr, above] 

us 

bushest 
pushest 

bushet 
Jcushat 
[ush & at?] 

busheth 
pusheth 



bushes [utgst, above] 
pushes 

footy* 

bushing sooty? 

pushing 

footing 

busher [ute'st, above] 
pusher 

footings 

bushers [utmg, above] 
pushers 

putter? 

ut six-footer 

footed [ut, p. 170] 
sooted? 

putters? 

footest [utflr, above] 
puttest 

sootest? uz 

un der puttest bosom? 

[oozum, p. 537] 
footeth 



PART III. 

TRIPLE RHYMES, aa ad 



aa 


scabious 


[abur, p. 172] 


drayages 


[flbr&ns?] 




[flffj, p. 171] 




neighborly! 




dis ablementf 


[Sbur, p. 172] 


aa 


en ablementt 


un neighborly! 


con veyances 


en tablement 




[aans, p. 171] 




ad 




ableness 


un aidable 


aa 


[abl, p. 171] 


per suadable 


payable 




Je vadible 


swayable 


Ca labrian 


un e vadable 


weighable 


Can tabrian 


[ad, P. 8] 


de frayable 






re payable 


Ca labrians 


cadences 



un payable [abrian, above] [adSns, p. 173] 
con veyable 

sea brousness gladiate? 

ab [abrus, p. 172] radiate 

babianf or va nadiate 

tbabionf laborest! ir radiate 

Fabian [abilr, p. 172] 

tgabion badian|| 

Sabian taboreth! A cadian 

Suabian or [abtir, p. 172] Ar cadian 

Swabian Leu cadian 

Mo grabian neighboring! Ca nadian 

A rabian sabering! 

[fibur, p. 172] A caditms 
Sabians [Sdltin, above] 
fffbtan, above] laborless! 



619 



TRIPLE RHYMES, ad 



stadia?]) 


iig" [aiton, above] 


pal ladia?l| 


flagrancy 




t'ragrancy aj 


gradient 


vagrancy plagiary? 


{radiant 


{stageryf 




flagrantly 


gradients 


[agrtlnt, p. 175] plagiaries? 


{radiants 


{stageriesf 


radii?|| 


laical agedly 


[udlus, below] 


He braical en gagedly 




Ju daical 


up braidingly 


tro chaical agedness 


de gradingly 


Mo saical en gagedness 


[adlng, p. 173] 


mo saical 




pro saical agency 


stadium?!! 


al ge braical [ajnt, p. 177] 


pal ladium?!! 


Phar i saical 


va nadium?! 


par a di saical ragingly 




[aj, p. 5] 


pal ladiums? 


prayingly 


[admm, above] 


o beyingly cour ageously 




[a, p. 1] [ajus, p. 177] 


gladius?|| 




radiousf 


gaiety or out rageonsness 


radius?l| 


gayety [ajus, p. 177] 




laity 


ae 


ak 


dis mayedly 


gaieties! vacated, &c. 


[a, P . l] 


laity's [akat, p. 178] 


un de layedly 






phaeton breakable 


de cayedness 


{Nic o laitan [ak, p. 5] 


[a, p. l] 


placable 




phaetons un breakable 



EHTMES, il Iv tl III 



eis 



im placable 

nn shakable or 

un sbakeable 

un mis takable! 

im placably 
un mis takably! 

bracbial? 
tracheal? 

quakingly 
un sbakingly 
mis takingly 
[flk, p. 5] 

mis takenly 
[ak, p. 5] 

for sakenness 
[ak, p. 5] 

aqueous 
ter raqueous 

ftl 

bailable 
[SI, p. 6] 

un salable or 

un saleable 

in ex halable 

un a vailable 

salably or 
saleably 



[alitbl, above] 

alias?|| 

galeas? 

Jpaleousf 

Jalien? 

West phalian? 
mam malian? 
[alytin, p. 181] 

salient? 
[alyent, p. 181] 

dahlia?[ 

galea?|| 

re galia?|| 

bru rnalia?|| 

bat talia?|| 

a zalea?|| 

ter mrnalia?|| 

Sat ur nalia?|| 

pen e tralia?|| 

par a plier na- 



[fllya, p. 181] 

dalilias? 
[aim, above] 



galea3?|| 
, above] 

dailiness 



tailoress 
waileressf 

nailery 
tscalary?f 

am 

blamable or 
blameable 
[fim, p. 8] 
un blamable! 
un framable! 
un tamable! 
ir re claimable 

blamably! 
[ama'bl, above] 

blamefully 
[amful, p. 182] 

shamefulness 
[amful, p. 182] 

ramial 

|samiel?|| 

tcamion|| 

Samian 

pol y gamian 

phen o gamian 

mon o gamian 

cryp to gamian 

did y namian 



scaliness plian e ro gamian 



014 



TRIPLE RHYMES, Hill till 



tet ra dy namian feignedly Man ri taniatl 

Un feignedly Penn syi vanian 

Samians con strainedly Tran syl vanian 

[Smtan, above] re strainedly Med i ter ranean 

un con strainedly 

blamelessly un re strainedly Bar daniana 
[amles, p. 182] [anlan, above] 

feignedness 

sliamelessness [anedll, above] cranium?|| 

[amles, p. 182] sue ce daneum?|| 

painfully per i cranium?]) 
ig no ramuses? [anful, p. 184] 
[amus, p. 183] 

banefulness 
an [anful, p. 184] 

drainable 

[an, p. 8] crania?|| 

un drainable [Snium, below] 
un gainable 



un ex plainable 
un con strainable 


cranial 
sub ter ranealf 


un re strainable 




un at tainable 


Al banian 


un main tainabie 


Dar daman 


un ob tainable 


Lu canian 


un sus tainable 


Vul canian 




Ale manian 


granary? 
lanary 
planaryf 
Jchi canery 


Tas manian 
His panian 
Cam panian 
I raniaii 
Lith u anian 



granaries? 
Jchi caneries 



samous 

mem braueous 
pe daneous 
a raneous 
cu taneous 
spon taneous 
ex traneous 
sue ce daneous 
mis eel laneous 
sub ter raneous 
co 6 taneous 
col lee taneous 
si mul taneous or 
sim ul taneous 
ab sen taneous 
dis sen taneous 
con sen taneous 
in stan taneous 
cir cum f o rane- 
ous 

San de manian ex tempo raneous 
Pom e ranian con tern po rane- 
sub ter ranean ous or 



TEIPLE RHYMES, HI1 



016 



co tern po raneous 

changeable 

ex changeable 

un changeable 

ar rangeable 

de rangeable 

in ter changeable 

changeably 
[anjabl, above] 



apery 

drapery 

grapery 

naperyf 

papery 

vapory 

capering, &c. 
[Spur, p. 187] 

draperies 
[Spurt, above] 

ar 

areal 
yi carial 



Arian 

Pharian 

Carian 

Marian 

Parian 



glos sarial nee es sarian 
nee tarial Sub lap sarian 
no tarial sab ba tarian 
com mis sarial prol e tarian 
sec re tarial Trin i tarian 
veg e tarian 
U ni tarian 
Jan i zarian 
sti pen di arian 
a be ce darian 
at ra bi larian 
Varian cor pus cu larian 
non a ge narian 
sex a ge narian 
oc to ge narian 
vet er i narian 
Cat i li narian 
A pol li narian 
dis ci pli narian 
a grarian pre des ti narian 
I carian in fra lap sarian 
cer carian su pra lap sarian 
A quarian hu man i tarian 
gram marian par lia men tarian 
Ba varian ne ces si tarian 
Ce sarian or lat i tu di narian 
Cae sarian val e tu di narian 
Sem i- Arian sep tu a ge narian 
die tion arianf an ti-Trin i ta- 
Ber en garian rian 

an ti quarian 

cat e narian bar barians 

sem i narian [arian, above] 
mil le narian 
cen te narian area?j| 



ap 


Bri arean 


capable 


bar barian 


shapable 


li brarian 


es capable 


Bui garian 


in capable 


Hun garian 


un shapable 


Li garian 




Me garean 



616 



TRIPLE CHYMES, 



her baria?U [Srlum, above] 
[arltim, below] 
ma laria?j| 
ta laria?|| 
glob u laria?U 
ad ver saria?l| 



e rasable 
tper suasible? 
glareous un traceable 
carious te vasible 

scarious |im per suasible? 
various Jin e vasible 
ci barious 

areas? bi farious in effaceably 

H, above] ne farious [Ssitbl, above] 

gre garious 

pre carious com placences 
vi carious [tis^ns, p. 189] 
hi larious Jconi placencies 
de narius?H [asensl, below] 

lu tarious 

tar tareous ad jacency 

con trarious com placency 
o variousf in ter jacency 
om ni farious 

mul ti farious gracefully 

at ra bi larious [Ssful, p. 189] 
sal sa men tari- 
ous dis gracefulness 

[asful, p. 189] 
variously? 

[arms, above] satiated?, &c. 

pshat, p. 189 ; 
ashlat, below] 



mariet? 
Jcom mis sariat 

mariets? 
|com mis sariats 

dairying, &c. 
[Hri, p. 188] 

charily? 

[ffrf,p. 188; rf- 
II, p. 639] 

wariness? 
[arl, p. 188; 
urines, p. 639] 

pharynxes? 
[Srlnks, p. 188] 

her barium?|| 

a quarium?| 

hon o rarium?|| 

her bariums? 



pre cariousness? 
[Srlus, above] 

facially 

as spatially 

chasable [flsliSl, p. 189] 
traceable 

ef faceable patiently 

dis placcable [ashe'nt, p. 189] 



TRIPLE RHYMES, US 617 

glaciate?f sen sational [ashus, p. 210] 

satiate? con gre gational 

spatiate?f ed u cational spaciousness 

in gratiate? ter mi national [ashus, p. 210] 
e maciate? con ver sational 

ex patiate? ob ser vational per suasively 

in satiate? de nom i nation- [aslv, p. 213] 
rc-in gratiate? al 

[asliun, p. 190] e vasiveness 

satiates? [flslv, p. 213] 
[flshtat, above] tstationest 

[Sshun, p. 190] chastening, &c. 

glacial? in flationist [asn, p. 213] 
[Sshul, p. 189] ed u cationist 

Res to rationist suasory 

A cacian? [ashumzm, be- Jtracery 

Ga latian? low] Jem bracery 

[flslian, p. 189] dis suasoryf 

in flationists per suasoryt 

a cacia?|| [ashuntst, above] [asurlz, below] 
[flshft, p. 189] 

pan cratia?|| Res to rationism tastefully 

[ashium, belowj con ver sation- [astful, p. 213] 

ism 

a caciae?|| [ashun, p. 190] wastefulness 

eu tha nasise?|| [Sstfijl, p. 213] 

stationer 

pan cratium?|j pro bationer tastily 

cy matium?|| foun dationer* [Sstr, p. 213] 

[aslmn, p. 190] 

national? hastiness 

rational? stationers [Sstl, p. 213] 
stational [aohunur, above] 

pro bational traceries 
ir rational? graciously [Ssorl, above] 



618 



TKIPLE KHYMES, US &V 



em braceries scathf ulness? ere atorship 

tdis suasoriesf [atlifi.il, p. 215] trans latorship 

pit fir, p. 217] 
at weightily 

fatally [Stall, above] trans latorships 
[atSl, p. 214] [aturshlp, above] 

Jweightily weightiness 

[atl, p. 215] [atl, p. 215] traitorous 

[at arcs, above] 
batable gratingly 

hatable pratingly aft 

ratable aerie? 

ere atable natively faery?t 
a batable [atifv, p. 216] 

de batable av 

di latable ere ativeness de pravedly 

col latable [atfv, p. 216] [&r, p. 15] 
trans latable 

un trans latable traitresses en slavedness 

[toe's, p. 217] [av, p. 15] 
ratably 

[titftbl, above] atria?|| Flavian 

latria?|| Navian 

datary Bel gravian 

stataryt matronal? sub clavian 

Jtrans latory? patronal? Mo ravian 

Ba tavian 

gratefully cateress Oc tavian 

[ittful, p. 215] Jcrateroust Scan di navian 

traitoress 

hatefulness ^traitorous Mo ravians 

[atfijl, p. 215] [avtitn, above] 

catering, &c. 

faithfully [atftrd, p. 218] caveat?|| 

[Sthf ijl, p. 215] tland graviate 



KHYMES, aV &k 610 

caveats? favorer or dis praisingly 

Jland graviates favourer [az, p. 15] 

quaverer 

cravingly waverer blazoning 

[ilvlng, p. 219] brazening 

favorers! [azn, p. 222] 
savingness [avflrilr, above] 
[living, p. 219] brazenness 

az [azlne's, above] 

knavishly a mazedly 

[avtsh, p. 219] [az, p. 15] &b 

cabalist 

slavishness crazedness tpa rabolist 

[avlsh, p. 219] [az, p. 15] 

cabalists 

bravery eu than asia?!| [Sballst, above] 
gravery par o no naasia?|j 
knavery an to no masia?|| cabalism 

savory or [ashia, p. 617] [ttboltzm, below] 
savoury 

slavery tpraisable abbacy 

un savory! Jraisable chabasie? 

suasible? 

wavering, &c. per suasible? a nabasis|| 

[avur, p. 220] im per suasible? me tabasisjl 

knaveries ^hazelly abbacies 

[flvurl, above] lazily [&bM, above] 

[Szl, p. 222] 

favorless abature 

[avur, p. 220] tbrazenness thabituref 

craziness 

flavorous [azt, p. 222] Jcrabbedly 

savorousf rabidly 

[avur, p. 220] a mazingly [Sbtd, p. 223] 



620 



THIPLE 



, jib 



tabidness [fiblt, p. 223] Jabcrratef 

[flbld, p. 223] Jcabaret 

Jabatised Jtaboret 

labefyt in habitest, &c. e laborate 

tabefy [ftbtt, p. 223] 

syl labify clapboarded* 

clis syl labify iabatude Jscabbarded 

habitude 

syl labifled, &c. tabitude pabular 

[ttbtfl, above] tabular 

habitudes con fabulart 
syl labical [ilbltiid, above] 

[flblk, p. 223] jabbering, &c. 
A rabical stablishmentt [abtir, p. 224] 

es tablishment 

shabbily pre es tablish- jabberer 

l, p. 223] ment slabberer? 

re es tablishment 

flabbiness jabberers 

babblementt slabberers? 
rabblementf 



[ftbt, p. 223] 



Jabanet 

cabinet 

rabinet or 

Jrabanetf 



tabulate 
con tabulate 



babblements! 
rabblementst 

tabulates 

pa rabolall [itbydlat, above] 
cabuiets me tabola||t 

, above] fabulist 

Jcabalism vo cabulist 

habitant di abolism 

in habitant pa rabolism fabulists 

co habitant [jXbyultst, above] 

pa rabolist 

habited, &c. [Sbah y st, above] fabulous 

^rabbeted pabulousf 



TEIPLE RHYMES, al> jig" 621 

sabulous un der graduate? [Sged, p. 228] 

&ch. at' jaggedness 

catchable affable [aggd, p. 228] 
inatchable [ilfabl, p. 639] 

at tachable scraggily 
de tachable affably [agl, p. 229] 

[afabtf, p. 639] 

bachelor flagginess 

hatcheler or grapliical [agT, p. 229] 
hatcheller se raphical 

ge o graphical di agonal 

bachelors [afik, p. 227] hex agonal 

[tichelur, above] hep tagonal 

aphyllous? oc tagonal 

scratchingly hex aphyllous? pen tagonal 

snatchingly de caphyllous? te tragonal 

[3ch, p. 16] hep taphyllous? 

pen taphyllous? agonize 

spatulate, &c. te traphyllous? an tagonize 
[atyiilat, p. 637] en de caphyllous? 
[afl & us?] 



ad 

radical 

tradicle 

spo radical 

additive 
traditive 

maddening, &c. 
[Sdn, p. 226] 

graduate? 
post-graduate? 



chafferyf 
|ad i aphoryt 



blackguardly 
haggardly 



35* 



Imaggoty or 
tmaggottyf 

raggedly 



agonized 
an tagonized 

agonist 
an tagonist 

agonists 
an tagonists 

agonism 
an tagonism 

agonisms 
an tagonisms 



22 TRIPLE RHYMES, g- ilk 


maggoty! 


hex agynous 


[ilkn, p. 232] 


[gga'tr, above] 


de cagynous 






f er raginous 


acolyte 


sci agraphy 


vo raginous 


phacolite 


vol tagraphy 


hep tagynous 






pen tagynous 


acrityi 


po dagrical 


te tragynous 


a lacrity 


chi ragrical 


o le aginous 






en ne agynous 


taxable 


staggering, &c. 


do de cagynous 


re laxable 


[ftgftr, p. 230] 


rnu ci laginous 


un taxable 




car ti laginous 




staggererf 




fractional 


swaggerer 


agitate 


pactional 




sagittate 




staggererst 




actionist 


swaggerers 


ak 


factionist 




packages 


re actionist 


aj 


[gka-j, p. 231] 




magical 




actionists 


tragical 


macarize 


[tlkshunlst, 




saccharize 


above] 


agilely 






[fijll, p. 230] . 


saccharized 


factiously 




[tlkarlz, above] 


fractiously 


fragileness 






[ajn, p. 230] 


bracketed, &c. 


factiousness 




[aket, p. 231] 


fractiousness 


saginate 


Jbaccated 




vaginate 




axillar 




blackenest 


maxillar? 


paginal 


[akn, p. 232] 




vaginal 


Jto bacconist 


tactablet 


im aginal 




tractable 




slackening, &c. 


Jin f ractiblef 



TEIPLE RHYMES, 



633 



{com pactible 
{in tactible 
at tractable 

{dis tractible 
ex tractable or 

{ex tractible 
in tractable 

}con tractible 

re tractable or 

{re tractible 

un tractable 

tractably 
[ttkttibl, above] 

bracteal 
lacteal 

com pactedly 
ab stractedly 
dis tractedly 
con tractedly 
pro tractedly 

com pactedness 
, above] 



sta lactif orm 
ex tractiform 

practical 
tactical 

[Skttk, p. 236] 
un practical 



{cactuses 
practices 
[ftktfe, p. 236] 

actively 
[aktlv, p. 236] 

at tractiveness 
[flktlv, p. 236] 

factory 

{lactary 

tractory 

ol factory 

re f ractory 

phy lactery 

de tractory 

cal e factory 

sat is factory 

man u factory 

dis sat is factory 

un sat is factory 

factories 
[akturf, above] 

factorship 
con tractorship 



tactual 
con tactual 

cackerel 
mackerel 

hackeryll 
quackery 
{vaccary* 

flackering* 
lacquering or 
lackering 

hackeries 
pkurl, above] 

acuatet 
vacuatet 
e vacuate 

e vacuates 
[SkyuSt, above] 

jaculate 
maculate 
e jaculate 
im maculate 



factorships jaculates 

[akturshlp, [akyulat, above] 
above] 

pi acular 

actual ver nacular 

factualf o racular 



324 TRIPLE KHYMES, ilk H! 


faculae?H 


salaries 


aliblef 


maculae? || 


[ttlari, above] 


fallible 






in fallible 


tmaculose? 


Jballotinf 




pi aculoust 


palatine 


calefy 


a baculusl) 




salify 


mi raculous 


Jballotinst 




o raculoust 


palatines 


calefied 






salified, &c. 


Hi 


calendar 




galantine 


Jcalender 


rallying, &c. 


Jvalentine? 


palendart 


[alt, p. 239] 


en allagel) 


^calendars 


calycle 


[aloft p. 626] 


[alendar, above] 


Jme tallical 




tmalanders or 




calami?|j 


mallenders 


aliment 


thalami?)! 


sallenders [rai, & meant?] 






Jcalamint 


calaraine? 


tgafiot?|| 




tmon o thalaman 


malleate 


galleon 




palliate 


calyon 


calamusJI 


re taliate 




thalamus]) 




caliper 


a thalamous 


palliates 


[alopurz, below] 


pol y thalamous 


[allat, above] 




mon o thalamous 




calyces? || 




dalliance 


[allks, p. 180] 


alary 


ralliance 


Jchalices 


Jgallery 


salliancef 


[alls, p. 239] 


Jraillery? 


valiance?t 


an alyses?|| 


salary 




di alyses?H 


scalaiy? 


palliai^ 


[rilisis, below] 


in ter calary? 


[alluin, below] 





calycine 



TRIPLE RHYMES, 



625 



salicine na tion ality? spir it u ality 
a calycine no tion ality il lib er ality 
ra tion ality? me rid ion ality? 
an alysisll sen su ality con ject u rality 

di alysisll per son ality con nat u rality 
cat alysisll ac tu ality u ni ver sality 

par alysisll mu tu ality in stna men tality 

punc tu ality in hos pi tality 
gen er ality in cor po re ality 
lib er ality im ma te ri ality 
lit er ality su per fl ci ality 
prod i gality co es sen ti ality 
il le gality cir cum stan ti al- 
rad i cality ity 
ver ti cality con sub stan ti al- 
in for mality ity 
an i mality in di vid u ality 
fern i nality me rid i o nality? 
prin ci pality 



re ality 

ver balityf 

mo dality 

so dality 

f ru gality 

le gality 

re gality 

lo cality 

ras cality 

vo cality 

for mality 

car nality 

ve nality 

mo rality 

plu rality 

bru tality 

fa tality 

mor tality 

to tality 

vi tality 

neu trality es sen ti ality 
bes tiality? sub stan ti ality 
cau sality po ten ti ality 
cor di ality con di tion ality 
un re ality pro por tion ality 
par ti ality ir ra tion ality? 
Bpe ci ality im per son ality 



re alities 
[ami, above] 

de caliter? 
myr i aliter? 



im mo rality 
cor po rality 
tern po rality 
im mor tality 
hos pi tality 
con ge ni ality? 

cor po re ality de caliters? 

ma te ri ality [alltur, above] 
im par ti ality 

alliumll 
ballium|| 
palliumll 
thalliumll 

dallier 
H p. 239] 



626 ' TRIPLE RHYMES, al 

dalliers a nalogy gallery 

[tttlftr, above] thy pallage|| [ftlflrf, above] 

pa ralogy 

palmistry gen e alogy? baluster 

psalmistry? min er alogy Jar cu balister? 

galloway di alogist balusters 

Jtallowy a nalogist [itlftstftr, above] 

[ulojl, above] 

fallowest Jsaliently? 

Jfallowist di alogists valiantly 

shallowest, &c. [itlojist, above] 
[310, p. 240] am 

a nalogies damages 

tallowing, &c. [ulojt, above] [Smaj, p. 242] 
[Slo, p. 240] 

a nalogisni dramatize or 

tallowish pa ralogism dramatise 

[Slo, p. 240] an a grammatize! 

a nalogisms 

halogen pa ralogisms dramatized! 
thallogen [Smfttlz, above] 

callowness 

halogens [ulo, p. 240] dramatist 

thallogens an a grammatist 

gallopers ep i grammatist 
a nalogize! tcalipers chron o gramma- 

pa ralogize! tist 

gen e alogize! balloted 

Jcalletedt dramatists 

a nalogized! Jpalatedt [ftmftttst, above] 

[alojlz, above] 

balloting arnblingly 

tdi allageil [filoted, above] ramblingly 

Jen allageil [tobl, p. 243] 



TEIPLE KHYMES, 



627 



ambrosin ramif orm ca lamities 

Jcambrasine [tmiftl, above] 

dy namical 
bal samical 
pan o ramical 



ambuktef 
per ambulate 
f u nambulate par al lei o gram- 



cir cum ambulate mical 



clambering, &c. 
Pmbur, p. 243] 

JFamilist 

en amelest or 

en amellest 

[amel, p. 244] 

Jen amelist! 

trammeling! , &c. 
[Sniel, p. 244] 

en amelists! 
[flme'le'st, above] 



[amik, p. 244] 

Farnilists 
ve] 



amyloid 
mammiloid 

laminate 

staminate 

con taminate 



di ameter 
hex ameter 
de cameter? 
pa rameter 
pei rameter or 
pi rameter 
pen tameter 
myr i ameter? 
sem i-di ameter 

diameters 
[ftntfttir, above] 



scammony 
stramony 
Jtaminy 



fo raminall 



llamellar 
trammeler! 
$en amelar! 
en ameler! ex amining, &c. 

[fimm, p. 245] 
trammelers! 

', above] fo raminous 
[Snun & us?] 



staminates 
con taminates 

gammoning, &c. 
laminajl [timMng, above] 
staminajl 

champion 
IGrampian 
campion 
rampion 
tampion 



chamfering, &c. 
[flinf ur, p. 244] 

mammiform 



champions 
n, above] 
amity 

ca lamity hampering, &c. 
plmpur, p. 24G] 



628 TRIPLE RHYMES, am an 

hammering, &c. manacles sand-boxes 

[fimur, p. 247] [ilnlklz, below] 





andiron 


amorous 


hampers brand-iron 


clamorous 


Jcanniperst 




andirons 


amulet 


granary? brand-irons 


Jfamulatef 


panary or 




pannaryf mandible 


amulets 


stannary Jun der standable 


Jfarnulatest 


^tannery [iindabl, p. 642] 



an granaries candidly 

annalist [ttna'rt, above] un candidly 

[a'ne'le'st, below] tun der handedly 

sanative 

tcannibal ex planative candidness 

manablef tun der handed- 

sanable franchisement ness 
in sanable dis franchise- 
ment handiest, &c, 
managest en franchisement [undl, p. 248] 
mis managest [Linchtz & 
Jap panagist meant?] dandify 

candifyf 

manager un der standable 
tanager [tlndtbl, below] dandified 

mis manager candifledt 

scandalize 

managers vandalize dandifies 

[ttnftjur, above] candifiest 

scandalous 

manakin [ilndl & us?] candying, &c. 
[Ltnlkln, below] [ffndl, p. 248] 

bandboxes 



liHYMES, &n 



620 



dandyish de candrian 


hex angular 


sandyish 


gy nandrian 


sex angulart 




mo nandrian 


tri angular 


handiness 


hep tandrian 


de cangular 


sandiness 


oc tandrian 


e quangular 


un handiness 


pen tandrian 


quin qnangular 




te trandrian 


quad rangular 


un der standingly 


Al ex andrian 


hep tangular 


[finding, p. 249] 


pol y andrian 


mnl tangular 




en ne andrian 


oc tangular 


blandishing 


do de candrian 


pen tangular 


brandishing, &c. 


i co sandrian 


rec tangular 


[ondlsh, p. 249] 




sep tangular 




slandering, &c. 


a cut angular 


blandishment 


[tmdur, p. 250] 


e qui angular 


[Sndlsh & meant?] 




ob tus angular 




landererf 




blandisher 


pandererf 


languishment 


brandisher 


slanderer 


[SnggwMt & 






meant?] 


blandishers 


slanderers 




brandishers [ftndftrur, above] 


Jmanacle 






panicalt 


handier 


glandulous 


Jpanicle 


[ttndT, p. 248] 


[tlnjflus, below] 


tsanicle 






or ganical 


ag grandizement? 


Jannalist 


me chanical 


[findlz & meant?] 


panelest or 


Jim manacle 




panellest, &c. 


ty rannical 


bandoline 


[onel, p. 251] 


bo tanical 


mandolin 




sa tanical 




en tanglement 


char la tanical 


di andrian 


[&ngl & meant?] 


[Snlk, p. 252 ; 


hex andrian 




ftnlklz, below] 


tri audrian 


angular 





TKIPLE KHYMES, till 



. Jcanakin 

Jmanakinll 

manikin 

pannikin 

manikins 
[unfkm, above] 



banister 
canister 

banisters 
canisters 

sanity 
vanity 
in anity 



tanchoress 

cankerous 

rancorous 

can tankerous 

Ichancery 
car a vansary 



Jmanacles in anity car a vansaries 

panicles ur banity [ftnsM, above] 

sanicles hu manity 

[unlkal, above] ini manity chancellor? 

in sanity [anse'lu'r, p. 642] 
animate Chris tianity? canceller 

dis animate in hu manity 
ex animate an ti-chris tianity? cancellers 

in animate pmselftr, above] 

re animate vanities 

[ftnftt, above] fi nancially 

animusll [Snshai, p. 255] 

mag nanimous frangible 

u nanimous tangible sub stantialness 

pu sil lanimous in frangible [itnshttl, p. 255] 

re frangible 

banishing, &c. in tangible sub stantiate? 

[{Man, p. 253] cor y bantiate? 

angelusjl cir cum stantiate? 
banishment Jglandulons con sub stantiate? 
vanishment! tran sub stantiate? 

e vanishment anxiously 



[flntsh & meant?] [ankshiis, p. 254] 

banishments hankering, &c. 
[ttnlshment, [anktir, p. 254] 
above] 



sub stantiates? 
t, above] v 



cancerous 
[tinsflr & us?] 



TRIPLE RHYMES, HU &p 



631 



antelope canticles annulate 

{cantaloupe? planticles {annulet 

[Snttkal, above] granulate 

antelopes cam panulate 

{cantaloupes? franticness 

.[antlk, p. 257] {annulets 

pantheon?!! granulates 
{xantheine cantillate 

{Xanthian {mantelet?!! annular 

a canthion|| branularf 

{Er y manthean cantillates granular 

{mantelets?] cannular 
pantheons? 

[itnthTon, above] bantering, &c. annttlus|| 

[Sntur, p, 259] {annulose? 

mis anthropy granulous 
ly canthropy annual 

phi lanthropy manual &p 

cy nanthropy {E manuel Appian 

aph i lanthropy {Im manuel trappean 



a canthuses 
[flnthus, p. 257] 



{canticle ranula|| 

{planticle cam panulail 
pe dantical 

ro manticalf ranuloe?!! 
ge o mantical [SnyQlS, above] 
on o mantical 

syc o phantical banneret 

pntlklz, below] lanneret 



anticly 
[Sntlk, p. 257] 



annuals rapidly 

, above] [gptd, p. 260] 



vapidness 
[Sptd, p. 260] 

happily 
[apt, p. 260] 

{capelan w 

capelin 

{si napoline 

nappiness 



bannerets 
lannerets 



689 TEIPLB BHYMES, ttp &f 

[ffpt, p. 260] [ftrgntll, p. 639] [aragrSf, above] 

apices?I| harassing, &c. barracan 

[apl & sez?] [SrSs, p. 263] maracan 

capsular harassment* Saracen 

bi capsular em barrassment Jsarasin or 

mul ti capsular dis em barrass- Jsarrasin or 

ment tsarrasine 

capturing, &c. [flrlsn, p. 633] 
[fiptyur, p. 262] era barrassments 

[SrSsm^nt, narrative 

rapturous above] de clarative 

[Sptyur & us?] com parative 

arable pre parative 

crapula|| nan'ablef re parative 

papulaJI parable 

scapulall sparable narratives 

in arable [Sratlv, above] 
scapulae?!! [firabl, p. 639] 



ia, above] 




barratry 




parables 


tparrotry 


crapulousf 


sparables 




tpapulose? 




barrator 


papulous 


paragon 


tap paritorjl 




tarragon 




&r 




barrators 


arages, &c. 


paragons 


tap paritors 



], p. 262] [ffrftgOn, above] 

barrenness 

dis paragement tbarograph prune's, p. 634] 

[arflj & meant?] tmarigraph 

paragraph barrener 

arrantly 
Jap parently? paragraphs 



TRIPLE RHYMES, 



tchariot 


[gritoBt, below] 


barrister 


lariat 




[Jfirgst & her?] 


tmariet? 


pharynxes? 






[brinks, p. 264] 


charity 


lariats 




Jcarroty 


[Mat, above] 


arenose? 


parity 




farinose 


rarity? 


harridan 




bar barity 


a caridan 


mariner 


vul garity 




[Sre'nur, above] 


hi larity 


harridans 




po larity 


[flrldtin, above] 


dariole 


dis parity 




cariole|| 


im parity 


as carides?|| 




sol i darity 


can tharides?|| 


darioles 


an gu larity 




carioles 


sin gu larity 


aridness 




sim i larity 


[firedneX p. 639] 


chariot 


mus cu larity 




[&rlftt, above] 


cir cu larity 


arefy 




joe u larity 


clarify 


Pharisees 


pop u larity 


narrifyf 


carices?|| 


reg u larity 


rarefy? 


varices?|| 


sec u larity 


scarify 


[iirSks or a" r&ks] 


tit u larity 






fa mil i arity? 


arefled 


garrison 


pe cu li arity? 


[ftrffl, above] 


tea parison 


dis sim i larity 




com parison? 


un pop u larity 


clarifies 


[arisen, above] 


ir reg u larity 


[Mil, above] 




par tic u larity 


garrisoned per pen die u lar- 


carrying, &c. 


tea parisoned 


ity 


[M, p. 263] 








com parisons? 


charities 


clarinet 


[ftrfen, above] 


plrftf, above] 



634 



TRIPLE RHYMES, UF 



carrion 


baroness 


national? 


clarion 


{barrenness 


passional 




{narrowness 


rational? 


barrier 


[firings, p. 639] 


ir rational? 


farrier 






harrier or 


baronet 


{fashionest 


harier 


{clarinet 


[ashun, p. 265] 


carrier 




fashionist 


[flrf, p. 263] 


baronets 


Passionist 


hen-harrier 


{clarinets 








fashionists 


barriers 


as 


Passionists 


[arTflr, above] 


passages 






[Ssaj, p. 264] 


passible 


arrowy 




im passible 


marrowy 


basseted, &c. 


re nascible 




[Ssgt, p. 265] 


i rascible 


harrowing, &c. 




[asa'bl, p. 642] 


[tiro, p. 264] 


fascia?|| 






cassia?'! 


i rascibly 


marrowish 




[Sslbl, above] 


narrowish 


flashily 






[Ssht, p. 265] 


placidly 


{barruly 




[ttstd, p. 266] 


narrowly 


trashiness 






[SshT, p. 265] 


acidness 


narrowness 




[Sstd, p. 266] 


[artines, below] 


dashingly 






[Ssh, p. 25] 


classify 


carroty 




pacify 


[SrltT, above] 


passionate 






dis passionate 


classified 


parrotry 


com passionate 


pacified 



, above] in com passionate 



classifies 



TRIPLE RHYMES, J 



635 



pacified 

^fascicle 

classical 

tin classical 

sphacelate 
^vacillate 

sphacelates 
^vacillates 

fascinate 
ex acinatef 
de racinatef 
as sassinate 



fascinates 
, above] 



acetate 

ca pacitate 

in ca pacitate 

acetates 
[MtSt, above] 

au dacity 

e dacity 

mor dacity 

men dacity 

f u gacity 

nu gacity 

sa gacity 

pro cacity 



lo quacity aspirates 
Se quacity f [&spfrat, above] 

sa lacity 

mi nacity castanet 

pug nacity Jpro crastinate 
ca pacity 

o pacity castanets 

ra pacity Jpro crastinates 
ve racity 

vo racity bastardize! 

vi vacity dastardizel 
per spi cacity 

in ca pacity bastardized! 
[astilrdlz, above] 
crassitude 



lassitude 

massively? 
[uslv, p. 267] 



bastardy 
dastardy 



bastardlyf 
dastardly 
passiveness 
[aslv, p. 267] a nastases?|| 

[ustiisis, below] 
gasoline 

sassolin or a nastasis|| 

sassoline me tastasisj] 
vasoline 

plastical 

bassorine [ttsttk, p. 268] 
^passerine 

nastily 

asperate tdi astole|| 

aspirate 

ex asperate a nastrophell 
ca tastrophej) 



TRIFLE RHYMES, US 



a nastrophes 


gatherer 


the o cratical 


ca tastrophes 


luthererf 


ap o statical 






hy po statical? 


lacerate 


gatherers 


a nath e matical 


macerate 


latherersf 


ep i gram mati- 


di lacerate 




cal 




liy datides?|| 


[titlk, p. S70] 


lacerates 


car y atides?|| 




[itstirflt, above] 




con catenate 




gratify 


ge latinate 


ut 


ratify 


pa latinate 


com batable? 


be atify 




^compatible 




con catenates 


un come atable 


gratified 


[iitmut, above] 


Jin com patible 


[attfl, above] 








Latinize! 


ratany! 


ratines 


platinize! 


[iitGnl, below] 


[tttlfl, above] 








Latinized! 


platanist 


statical 


platinized! 


[tttnest, below] 


ab batical 






sab batical 


satiny 


cataract 


em phatical 


[liton!, below] 


[jatfir & act?] 


clog matical 






dra matical 


Latinists 


di atheses?|| 


grammatical 


[iitnest, below] 


[titMsts, below] 


prag matical 






schis matical 


Atticism 


di athesisU 


fa natical 


gram maticismf 


rne tathesis|] 


pi ratical 


fa naticism 




em blem atical 




coo 


prob lem atical 


Atticisms 


gathering, &c. 


math e matical 


[utlsTzm, above] 


[atfcur, p. 270] 


e nig matical 






dem o cratical 


attitude 



TRIPLE RHYMES, &t 



68? 



gratitude 


Jratany or 


flatterest 


latitude 


tratanhy or 


[tour, p. 273] 


platitude 


Jrhatany 


^satirist 


be atitudo 


Jsatiny 




in gratitude 




battery 




fratricide 


flattery 


latitudes 


matricide 


mattery 


[a'tltud, above] 


patricide 


spattery 


battlement 


fratricides 


scattering, &c. 


prattlement 


[tltrlsld, above] 


[Stur, p. 273] 


[iJtl & meant?] 




un flattering 




matronage 




battlements 


patronage 


batteries 


prattlements 




flatteries 




matronal? 




fattenest, &c. 


patronal? 


patterning, &c. 


[&tn, p. 273] 




pturn, p. 274] 


JLatinist 


matronize! 




tplatanist 


patronize?! 


smatterer 


JPlatonist? 


ini patronize! f 


[atur, p. 273] 


[attnlsts, above] 







matronized! 
tatimy [StrOnlz, above] 
atomyf 



smatterers 



above] 



a natomy 


lateral 


gratulate 


)h a latomy 


bi lateral 


spatulate 




col lateral 


con gratulate 


atomist 


tri lateral 




a natomist 


e qui lateral 


spatula?]! 




u ni lateral 


ter e bratula?i| 


atomists 


quad ri lateral 




a natomists 


mul ti lateral 


spatulee?] 




sep ti lateral 


[fityQla, above] 


atony 


in e qui lateral 





TRIPLE RHYMES, &t &V 



flatulent 
tcon gratulant 

maturate 
saturate 

maturates 
saturates 

natural 

con natural 

non-natural 

un natural 

su per natural 

coun ter natural 

pre ter natural 

maturant 
saturant 



travelin?|| 

gavilans 
L , above] 



ex travagant 

avarice 
[Svurus, below] 



tcaviling or Caviling! 

^cavilling [ttvelmg, above] 
traveling or 

travelling, &c. gavelock?* 

[avel, p. 274] havelock 



Jcaviler! 
travelerl 



gavelocks?* 
havelocks 



Jcavilers! lavishing, &c. 
travelers! [Svlsh, p. 274] 



chavender 
lavender 



maturants navigate 

saturant s re navigate 

tex travagatef 

fatuous cir cum navigate 

flatuousf 

ig nis t'atuusjl navigates 

St & you & us? [aVfgSt, above] 
or Sen & you 

& us?] cavicorn 

clavicorn 

ravagest cavicorns 

savagest clavicorns 

Jnavigant gavilan|| 



lavishment 

ravishment 

en ravishment 

lavishments 
[ftvfshme'nt, 
above] 

gravity 

cavity 

pravity 

suavity 

con cavity 

de pravity 

cavities 
[uvttl, above] 



TRIPLE RHYMES, ilv &1I1 680 

slavering, &c. tap parenciesf tin sparingly 
[avftr, p. 275] Jtrans parencies [&rfrig, p. 276] 

tsem i trans par- 

Javarice encies un sparingness 

avarousf Coring, p. 276] 

ca daverous Jarrantly 

pa paverous ap parently carelessly 

[to&it, p. 275; [drlfia, p. 276] 
z 6, p. vi] 

mi asniatall prayerlessness 

[SzrM, p. 275] Jarrantness [tote's, p. 276] 

trans parentness 
&r [toent, p. 275] un fairnesses 

bearable [tongs, p. 276] 

[fir, p. 27; carefully 

Srabl, p. 632] [6rful, p. 276] St- 

un bearable laughable 

un wearable prayerfulness [&f abl, p. 621] 
un re pairablef [^rful, p. 276] 

laughably 

bearably airily [ttfablX; p. 621] 

[ftrabl, above] [to, p. 276] 

charily? Uj 

de claredly warily? agio?|| 

pre paredly un warily? ad agio?l| 

un pre paredly [arflt, p. 616] 

[to, p, 27] Urn 

hairiness Brahmanisni or 

Jaridness [firflT, above; JBrahminism 

de claredness Strtnes, p. 616] Shamanism 

[to&lH, above; 

S, p. vi] daringly ig no ramuses? 

glaringly [amiis, p. 279] 
trans parences sparingly 

[SrSns, p. 275] de spairingly 



640 TRIPLE RHYMES, &n Sir 

Un [ardful, p. 283] [ttrj, p. 33] 
maundering? &c. 

[andur, p. 280] guardian markablet 

Sardian re markable 

tauntingly? per i cardian un re markable 
vauntingly? 

[ant, p. 81] guardians an archialt 

[ardftm, above] mo narchialf 
&r 

Jarborist! hardily an archical 

barberest tardily mo narchi cal 

harborest! ol i garchical 

hardiness hi e rarchical 

arborett tardiness an ti mo narchi- 

carburet cal 

hardening, &c. 

carburets [Srdn, p. 283] darkening, &c. 

[arburet, above] [arkn, p. 286] 

gardener 

barbering, &c. [ardn, p. 283] darkener 

[arbur, p. 282] hardener hearkener 

pardoner 

arborous darkeners 

barbarous gardeners hearkeners 
harborousf [a'rdnflr, above] 

[arbur & us?] charlatan[| 

arduous? tarlatan 

guardable carduus?|| 

re gardable charlatans 

re tardable margarin or [arlatSn, above] 

margarine 

dis re gardf ully Jmargaron harlotry 

[ardful, p. 283] Jvarletry 

chargeable 

re gardf ulness en largeable harmaline 



KHYMES, Rl* 



641 



iCarmelin martialize! larceners 

partialize! [arsmftr, above] 
a larmingly 

[arm, p. 34] martialized! tartarous 

partialized! tartarus|| 

charmingness [artftr & us?] 

[arm, p. 34] partially 

[arslml, p. 289] faint-heartedly? 
harmony [artgdnes, below] 

dis harmony martialists- 

[ar & money?] partialists heartednessf 

[arshale'st,above] faint-hearted- 
tarmory ness? 

farmery* martialismf free-heartedness? 

gen darmery partialism hard-hearted- 

ness? 

farmeries martialness o pen-hearted- 

[armtirt, above] [arshal, p. 289] ness? 

[art, p. 35] 

harnesses marshaler! 

[arnes, p. 288] partialerf artfully 

[artfi.il, p. 290] 

blarneying, &c. larceny 

[arm, p. 288] co parceny startf ulness 

[artful, p. 290] 

tarnishing, &c. larcenies 

[arnlsh, p. 288] co parcenies 



marshalest <n* 
marshallest 
[arshal, p. 289] 
Jmartialist 
tpartialist 
[arshallsts, be- 
low] 



arsenous 
larcenous 

larcener 

parcener 

co parcener 



36* 



article 
particle 
Jca thartical 

articles 
particles 

martinet 
[artt & net?] 



642 



TRIPLE 1UIYMKS, 411* fl(l 



dartingly [artihi, above] brassiness 

startingly [ast, p. 296] 
[llrtTng, p. 290] an 

de mandable massively? 

artisan com mandable [SsivlT, p. 635] 
bartizan? conn ter mand- 

partisan able basketed, &c. 

tun der standable [asket, p. 297] 
artisans 

[itrtTzan, above] chancellor? lastingly 

vice-chancellor? con trastingly 

artlessly [ttnsSlur, p. 630] ev er lastingly 

[artles, p. 291] fast, p. 39] 

chancellors? 

heartlessness [anselilr, above] lasteryf 

[a*rtles, p. 291] mastery 

glancingly 

heartening [ansTng, p. 296] mastering 

[flrtn, p. 291] [astilr, p. 298] 

pantingly 

martyrize! en chantingly masterless 

Jtartarize! pastorless 

chantresses 

martyrized! [antrds, p. 296] masterly 

[artfirlz, above] pastorly 

as plasterly 
artery tclassible 

barteryt passable mastership 

ttartaryt im passable pastorship 
JTartary sur passable 

un passable masterships 

bartering, &c. [ttsTbl, p. 634] pastorsliips 
[artilr, p. 291] 

passably {\i\ 

arteries [asabl, above] caudated 



TRIPLE KHYMES, ftd ftl* 643 

tudtted, below] faltering mordantly 

[altiir, p. 302] dis cordantly 
audible tin altering [ardant, p. 305] 
^laudable un faltering 

in audible ac cordable 

til laudable palterer re wardable 

[ftltur, p. 302] 

audibly ordeal? 

[ftdlbl, above] palterers cordial? 

[alt ur fir, above] un cordial? 

bawdily pri mordial? 

gaudily $n 

brawniest, &c. ordeals? 

bawdiness [ant, p. 303] cordials? 
gaudiness 

brawniness Gordian 

audited [anl, p. 303] Jhordeine 

Jcaudated Wardian 

fawningly $ac cordion 

(if* yawningly pri mordian 

awfully [an, p. 43] 

lawfully Jac cordions 

un lawfully vauntingly? pri raordians 

[anting, p. 303] 

lawfulness scordia|| 

[afi.il, p. 299] ftr ex ordiall 

aurated 

fig [a-rat, p. 304] ordinate 

augury Jaurited in ordinate 

[ogiirl, p. 710] co ordinate 

tortuous? sub ordinate 

'ftl [art & you & us? 

hallages or arch & you ac cordingly 
[flliij, p. 300] & us?] un re wardingly 

[ard, p. 45] 



644 TRIPttt RHYMES, ftl* 

scordiumij formally corporal 

ex ordlumll [armtll, p. BOS] bi corporal 

in corporalf 

bordering, &c. con formable tri corporal 

[ardilr, p. 305] [arm, p. 46] 

un con formable mortally 

orderly un re formable [artal, p. 310] 
dis orderly 

mis orderlyt con formably fortify 

un orderlyt [armabl, above] mortify 

re fortify 

orderer de f ormity 

borderer con f ormity fortified 

ab normity [artlfl, above] 
orderers e normity 

borderers non con formity mortifies 

un con formityt [arttfl, above] 
cordially? e qui formity 

[ardtal, above] u ni formity cortical 

mul ti formity vortical 

organize! 

tgorgonize! tdormitive mortises 

dis organize! formative [artls, p. 311] 

re organize! Jvortices?!] 

e normities [art^ks, p. 311] 
or ganized! [arinltr, above] 
lz, above] a bortively 

thorniest [arttv, p. 311] 
auriform [arnT, p. 309] 
tauriform a bortiveness 

Jar boriform morpion [arttv, p. 811] 

scorpion 

auricle a mortizement 

l, p. 718] morpions [artlz & meant?] 

scorpions 



TRIPLE RHYMES, ftF SK, 645 

fortresses ex haustible plausibly 

[artrgs, p. 312] in ex haustible [aztbl, above] 

quartering, &c. caustical ea 

fartur, p. 312] [ostlkiil, p. 720] keyages 

[eiTj,p. 314] 
fortunate ftt 

un fortunate haughtily ea 

im portunate naughtily realise 

i dcalize 

tortuous cauteloust un realizet 
[art & you & us? nautilus|| 

or arch & you realized 

& us?] haughtiness [eallz, above] 

naughtiness 

as really 

sausages cautery i deally 

[asaj, p. 312] watery [eal, p. 315] 

cautiously watering, &c. fealty 

[ashtis, p. 313] [atur, p. 314] realty 

nauseousness slaughterman creances 

[ashus, p. 313] ^slaughtermen [ettns, p. 316] 

waterman 

saucily ^watermen eft 

[osHI, p. 719] a greeable 

slaughterous de creeable 

sauciness [atur & us?] dis a greeable 
p. 719] 

a,z creatine 

paucity Jcausable Reatine 

raucity plausible Theatin or 

im plausible Theatine 
Jac costable 1 un plausible 



846 TRIPLE RHYMES, tHl Cd 

Reatines nn readable Median 

[eatln, above] tra gedian 

fedary?f co median 

eb a be cedary 

ebrious co medians 

in ebrioust credences [edlfin, above] 

ce lebrionst [Sdens, p. 318] 
fu nebrioust Jpre cedencies media?|| 

te nebrious tan te cedencies [edmm, below] 

cy clo pedia or 

Cell an te cedently cy clo pa?dia!| 

reachable [edent, p. 318] en cy clo pedia! 
teachable 

im peachable heedfully obedience? 

un teachable needfully ex pedience? 

un im peachable speedf ully dis o bedience? 

in ex pedience? 
featureless needfulness 

[echtir, p. 317] [edfutt, above] tmediant?t 

o bedient? 

creaturely mediate [edtens, above] 

[echdr, p. 317] immediate ingredient? 

re mediate 

preachership ex pediatet in gredients? 

[echdr, p. 317] in ter mediate [edlent, above] 

preacherships mediates greediest, &c. 

[echarship, [edlflt, above] [Gdl, p. 318] 
above] 

medial greedily 

liti predict! speedily 

pleadablo re medial [Gelt, p. 318] 

readable in ter medial? 

[ed, p. 52] greediness 

un pleadable median [edt, p. 318] 



TRIPLE RHYMES, ed Cj 647 

pleadingly fa tiguingly Gj 

ex ceedingly [eg, p. 53] regency 

[ed, p. 52] vice regency 

egotism [ej6nt, p. 323 ; 

medium?)) wegotism edygnsl, above] 
tedium? or 

toedium?|| negresses Tegean 

ep i cedium?|| [Ogre's, p. 322] Fu egian 

col legian 

mediums eagerly Nor wegian 
[edffim, above] [egur, p. 322] 

col legians 

medius?l| meagerness! [ejltm, above] 
tedious? [egur, p. 322] 

Jsu per sedeas?U o bedience? 

o ver tedious? e [edtgns, above] 

deif orin $al legiance? 
heedlessly theiform 

[edlBs, p. 318] cu neiform? o bedient? 

[edlent, above] 

needlessness deity Jal legiant?t 
[edles, p. 318] vel leity 

hsec ceity in gredients? 

ex pediency? fern i neity ex pedients? 
[edKjns, above ; spon ta neity 

ejunsl, below] cor po reity be siegingly 

di a pha neity [ej, p. 53] 
o bediently? ho mo ge neity 

[edttlnt, above] in cor po reity regiousf 

het er o ge neity regius?|| 

6g tedious? 

legally deities [edms, above] 

regally [cltt, above] e gregious? 

[Ogt v il, p. 321] [ejtis, p. 323] 



648 



TRIPLE RHYMES, ej em 



tediously? 


frequency 


car nelian? or 


[edlus, above] 


[ekwens, p. 325] 


cor nelian? 


e gregiously? 




Cor nelian? 


[eius, p. 323] 


frequently 


Jpar helion? 




[ekwent, p. 325] 


Iper i helion? 


tediousness? 




Ar is to telian? 


[edlus, above] 


el 




e gregiousness? 


Jdeleble? 


He gelians? 


[ejtis, p. 323] 


healable 


[elliin, above] 




gelable? 




ek 


con gealable 


lo belia?! 


speakable 


ap pealable 


au relia?H 


[ek, p. 54] 


re pealable 




tin speakable 


con cealable 


feelingly 




re vealable 


[ellng, p. 326] 


leakiest, &c. 


in con gealable 




[ekl, p. 324] 


un con gealable 


em 




in ap pealable 


re deemable 


squeakingly 


un ap pealable 


es teemablef 


sneakingly 


ir re pealable 


ir re deemable 




un re pealable 


[em, p. 56] 


freakishly 


in con cealable 




[ektsh, p. 324] 


un con cealable 


gremial 




ir re vealable 


en demial 


weakishness 




vin demial 


[eklsh, p. 324] 


ir re pealably 


pro ernialf 




ir re vealably 


ac a demialf 


weakening, &c. 






[ekn, p. 324] 


deliac 


Nemean 




celiac or 


Bo hemian 


equally 


cceliac 


ac a dcmian 


[ekwiil, p. 325] 








Japh elion? 


Bo hemians 


sequences 


lie gelian? 


[emlan, above] 


[ekwgns, p. 325] 


Jcha meleon? 





TEIPLE RHYMES, 



649 



praemia?!! a menable genius?|[ 

pro cemia?|| con venable? in genious? 

un in genious? 
plenary ho mo geneous 07* 
[enurl, below] horn o geneous 
net er o geneous 
genial? 
menial? 
venial? 
con genial? 
ho mo geneal? 
pri mo genial? 
het e ro geneal? 



dreamiest 
[enrf, p. 328] 

dreaminess 
[eml, p. 328] 

dreamingly 
[em, p. 56] 

seemingness 
[em, p. 56] 

premium 
pro cemium?|| 

premious 
ab stemious 

dreamier 
[eml, p. 328] 
premier?]) 

dreamery 
creamery 

dreameries 
creameries 

en 

crenated 
ve nenated? 

37 



Ar menian 
Cy renian 
Tyr rhenian 
Mes senian 
A thenian 

Ar menians 
[enan, above] 



senior?|| 
spleenier 
[enl, p. 330] 

deanery 
greenery 
Jplenary? 
^senary? 
scenery 
ma chinery 

deaneries 
[enurf, above] 



genially? 
[enyal, p. 331 ; 
lenience? enlal, above] 
con venience? 
in con venience? genialness? 

[enyall, above] 
lenient? 

su per venient? leniencies? 

in ter venient? [eny&nsl, below] 

[enfens, above] Jcon veniences? 

[enygns, p. 331] 

meaningly 

o ver weeningly leniency? 

[entng, p. 330] [enignt, above] 



650 



TRIPLE RHYMES, 



leniently? 


blearedness 


ar terial 


[erifSnt, above] 


[er, p. 59] 


ma terial 




Jun weariedness 


e thereal 


in geniously?,&c. 




mag is terial 


[enlus, above] 


co herency 


min is terial 




vice gerency 


im ma terial 


ep 


[erent, p. 333] 


an ti ve nereal 


sleepiest, &c. 




un mag is terial 


[ept, p. 332] 


co herencies 


un min is terial 




[erensl, above] 




sleepily 


Jin ter f erences 


cereals 


[ept, p. 332] 


[ere'ns, p. 833] 


[erlal, above] 


steepiness 


in herently 


I berian 


[epl, p. 332] 


[ergnt, p. 333] 


Cer berian 






Ti berian 


creepingly 


peeresses 


Ab derian 


[ep, p. 58] 


[eres, p. 833] 


Aerian 






Pi erian 


sheepishly 


cheerfulest, &c. 


Jal lerion 


[epTsh, p. 832] 


[erful, p. 334] 


va lerian 






Cim merian 


sheepishness 


cheerfully? 


ve nereanf 


[epfeh, p. 332] 


fearfully? 


Bax terian 




tearfully 


tcri terion 


deepening, &c. 




Cel ti berian 


[epn, p. 332] 


tearfulness 


Pres by terian 




[erfult, above] 


Lan cas terian 



peerages 
[eraj, p. 333] 

en dearedly 
[er, p. 59] 
Jun weariedly 



cereal I berians 

serial [erl&n, above] 

a erial 

f u nereal series?] 

ve. nereal ecu geries?| 
im perial 



TRIPLE RHYMES, er eg 651 

queried? in ferior?|| peaceably 

JNereid su perior?|| [esabl, above] 
tperiod an terior?|| 

wearied? ex terior?|| decency 

un wearied? in terior?|| [esgnt, p. 336] 

pos terior?|| 

dreariest, &c. decencies 

[erf, p. 334] in feriors? [ese'nsf, above] 

[erfur, above] |o beisances? 

Nereids [esgns, p. 336] 
^periods fearlessly 

[erles, p. 334] decently 

querying, &c. [esent, p. 336] 
[erf, p. 334] cheerlessness 

[erles, p. 334] recentness 

cheerily [esent, p. 336] 
[erf, p. 334] queernesses 

[erne's, p. 335] di oecia?|| 

weariness tri cecia?|| 

[erf, p. 334] im periously? rnag nesia?|| 

[erfus, above] mo noecia?|| 

jeeringly ge o daesia?| 

[er, p. 59] seriousness? syn ge nesia?|[ 

[erttis, above] 

drearisome speciously 

wearisome in feriorly? [eshus, p. 337] 

[grfur, above] 

serious fa cetiousntss 

cereousf es [5shus, p. 337] 
ci nereous , leasable 

ve nereousf peaceable ad hesively 

im perious in creasable [eslv, p. 338] 
mys tcrious re leasable 

del e terious un peaceable co hesiveness 

un in creasable [eslv, p. 338] 



652 



TRIPLE RHYMES, S 6Z 



beastliness 


cleavable 


devious 


[estlt, p. 338] 


un cleavable 


previous 




be lievable 




et 


re lievable 


evilness 


cheatable 


de ceivable 


[eval, p. 343] 


[et, p. 62] 


con ceivable 






per ceivable 


grievously 


re peatedly 


re ceivable 


[5vus, p. 344] 


[et, p. 62] 


re trievable 






un re lievable 


feveryf 


con ceitedness 


un re prievable 


thievery 


[et, p. 62] 


un de ceivable 






in con ceivable 


ez 


sweetening, &c. 


ir re trievable 


de feasances 


[etn, p. 341] 




[ez5ns, p. 844] 




con ceivably 




de cretory? 


ir re trievably 


feasible 


ex cretory? 


[evitbl, above] 


seizable 


se cretory? 




squeezable 


de pletory 


deviate 


tde feasible 


com pletory? 


ab breviate 


tin feasible or 




al leviate 


tun feasible 


ex cretories? 




ap peasable 


com pletories? 


deviates 


tin de feasible 




[evltlt, above] 


in ap peasable or 


fetuses! 




un ap peasa bic; 


^treatises 


grievingly 


[ezlbir, below] 


[ettis, p. 341] 


[ev, p. 64] 








pleasedly 


creaturely, &c. 


peevishly 


dis easedly 


[echurll, p. 646] 


[evish, p. 343] 


dis pleasedlyf 






[Bz, p. 65] 


ev 


thievishness 




grievances 


[evfeh, p. 343] 


pleasedness 


[evans, p. 343J 




[eze'dll, above] 



TRIPLE RHYMES, CZ &d 653 

mag nesian? seasonless dedicate 

Pol y nesian? medicate 

[ezhun, p. 345] reasoner predicate 

seasoner re dedicate 

Pol y nesians? 

[ezhla'n, above] reasoners dedicates 

seasoners [edlkst, above] 
mag nesia?|| 

ge o dsesia?|| b medical 

syn ge nesia?|| ce lebrity Jpedicle 

mu li ebrity or tho pedical 
feasibly 

in de feasibly cb. steadily 

Jun ap peasably im petuous [edl, p. 347] 
[ezabl, above] [et & you & us? 

or ech & you pediment 

easiest, &c. & us?] sediment 

[ezt, p. 345] im pediment 

lechery 

easily sprechery* pediments 

[ezl, p. 345] treachery [e / dlme'nt,above] 

greasiness treacheries headiness 

[ezt, p. 345] [echurr, above] readiness 

steadiness 

freezingly lecherous Jru bedinousf 

[ezmg, p. 345] treacherous un readiness 

un steadiness 

pleasingness d Jpu tredinous 
[ezmg, p. 345] edible 

credible meditate 

reasoning, &c. in credible pre meditate 

[ezn, p. 345] sup peditatef 

readiest, &c. 

reasonless [Sdl, p. 347] meditates 



654 



TRIPLE RHYMES, 



[edftst, above] cephalous |al legeable 

a cephalous il legible 

credited, &c. Jen cephalos|| Jun wedgeable 
[edit, p. 347] hy dro cephalus) 

legibly 

redditive ma leficence [ejlbl, above] 
Jsedative be neficence 

register 

ma leficent [Jeje'st & her?] 
be neficent 



editor|| 

creditor|| 

pro veditor 



editors 
[editur, above] 

dreadlessness 
[edles, p. 348] 

reddening, &c. 
[gdn, p. 348] 

credulous 

sedulous 

in credulous 

federal 
hederal 

teddering, &c. 
[gdur, p. 349] 

ef 

nephehne 

$a cephalan 

Jen cephalon|| 



effluence 
refluence 

effluent 
refluent 

deference 

preference 

reference 



pregnancy 
regnancy 

te legraphy 
cho regraphy 

regular 

tegular 

ir regular 



decagon 

do decagon 

hen decagon or 

en decagon or 

un decagon 

declinate 
reclinate 

beckoning, &c. 
[ekn, p. 351] 

decrement 
recrement 

decrements 
recrements 

per plexedly 
[eks, p. 69] 



j eon vexedness 

legible [eks, p. 69] 
regiblef 



TRIPLE EHYME8, 



655 



flexuous 
[eks & you & 
us?] 

sectional 

per fectional 

in flectional 

com plexional 

cor rectional 

in sur rectional 

[ekshun, p. 352] 



lexicon 
JMexican 

lexicons 
^Mexicans 

per plexity 
con vexity 

per plexities 
con vexities 



per fectionist de lectated 

pro tectionist [ektat, p. 354] 



per fectionists 
pro tectionists 

con fectioner 
cor rectionerf 

con fectioners 
cor rectionersf 

af fectiouslyf 

in f ectiously 

[ekshus, p. 353] 

flexible 

nexible 

in flexible 

re flexible 

flexibly 
[ekslbl, above] 



de lectably 
re spectably 
[gktibl, below] 

Ihectical 

spectacle 

[ektfkal, below] 

sectary 
[ektorl, below] 

af fectedly 

de jectedly 

con nectedly 

dis con nectedly 

un ex pectedly 

af fectedness 
[Skted, p. 354] 
ab jectednessf 



reg lectfully 
[ektful, p. 355] 

re spectfulness 
[Sktf ill, p. 355] 

af fectible 
de fectible 
ef fectible 
per fectible 
re flectible 
Jre jectable 
Jde lectable 
col lectible 
Jex pectable 
Jsus pectable 
Je rec table 
cor rectible 
dis sectible 
Jre spectable 
Jde tectable 
in de fectible 
un col lectible 
[ektabll, above] 

hectical 

^spectacle 

di a lectical 

ap o plectical 

[ektlk, p. 355] 

de fectively 
[ektfv, p. 355] 

ob jectiveness 



[gkttv, p. 355] 


pro tectorate 


decorous? 






de decorousrf 


pectoral 


pro tectorates 


in decorous? 


rectoral 


[ekturSt, above] 


[ekur & us?] 


e lectoral 






pro tectoral 


rectoress 


peculate 


[gktur, p. 356] 


e lectoress 


speculate 


Jnectary 


hectorism 


peculates 


rectory 


Jsectarism 


speculates 


Jsectary 






re fectory? 


hectorisms 


feculall or 


di rectory 


Jsectarisms 


fsecula!! 


cor rectory 




specula| 


Jcon sectary 


rectorship 


nu beculall 


pro tectory 


[e'ktura't, above] 








secular 


rectories 


rectorships 


specular 


[ektOrf, above] 


[ekturshtp, 






above] 


faeculae?)! 


di rectresses 




nu beculse?|| 


[gktres, p. 356] 


lectual 






ef fectual 


ex ecutive 


spectroscope 


in ef fectual 


con secutive 


e lectroscope 


in tel lectual 


per secutive 




un in tel lectual 


sub secutivef 


spectroscopes 






e lectroscopes 


con jectural 


1 




ar chi tectural 


{elegies 


rectorate 




{elogies 


e lectorate 


lecturer 


pellages 


col lectorate 


con jecturer 


[elaj, p. 357] 


ex pectorate 






di rectorate 


lecturers 


{pelleted 


in spectorate 


con jecturers 


prelatedf 



TRIPLE EHTMES, 



657 



stellated 
con stellated? 



prelature 
celature 



helical 

tpellicle 

an gelical 



Jdeleble? Delphian 
gelable? di a delphian 
tellable Phil a delphian 
Jin delible mon a delphian 
com pellable pol y a delphi- 
[el, p. 70] an 


. pelican 
Pen telican 

elemine 
Jmelamine 



com pellably 
[elabl, above] 

Jcelery 
stellary 
telary? 

J jealousy 
prelacy? 
[eliise'z, below] 

elatine 

gelatin or 

gelatine 

^skeleton 

relative 

ap pellative 

com pellative 

ir relative 

cor relative 



relatives 
, above] 



selfishly relishing, &c. 
, p. 359] [glish, p. 359] 



stelliform em bellishment 
fla belliform [elish & meant?] 

delegate skeleton 

relegate [elatm, above] 

delegates stellion? 

relegates JA belian 

JSa bellian 

elegant Cir cum cellion? 
in elegant 

un elegantt stellions? 

o ver elegant [elmn, above] 

delicate bellowest 

vellicate yellowest, &c. 
in delicate [elo, p. 360] 



delicates bellowing, &c. 
, above] [glo, p. 360] 



37* 



bellicalf 



yellowish 



658 TRIPLE KHYMES, 1 

[elO, p. 360] [Sifts, p. 362] re membering 

[embur, p. 3C3] 
fellowlyf delirate?t 

mellowly ac celerate emigrate 

remigrate? 

mellowness delirates?f 

yellowness ac celeratea emigrates 

remigrates? 

healthfully cellular 

[elthful, p. 361] " stellular chemical? 

en demical 

stealthf ulness m [Smtk, p. 364] 

[glthful, p. 361] nemalite 

Jtremolite Jemanate 

healthily geminate 

[elthl, p. 361] emanate seminatef 

[emmSt, below] ef feminate 

stealthiness dis seminate 

[SltM, p. 361] lemmata! 

[gma, p. 362] dis seminates 

sheltering, &c. ex an themata|| [gmihat, above] 
[eltur, p. 361] ep i chi rematal 

[ema, p. 327] feminal 

bellowses seminal 

t jealousies e dematous or 

^prelacies ce dematous hemuia|| 

ttrellises Je dematose! semma|| 

em phy sematous 

jealousy ex an thematous emmence 

[SlSsI, above] tremanence 

tremblingly pre eminence 

jealously dis.seinblingly su per eminence 

[gifts, p. 362] [embl, p. 362] 

Jemanent 
zealousness emberingf eminent 




TRIPLE KHYM1E9, 8m 

[gmthe'ns, above] com memorates temperance 

t, above] dis temperancef 



feminine 


in temperance 


Ja nemonine femora|| 




remorall 


emperyf 


remiped |e phemera|| 


Jex temporell 


semiped 




memory 


emperor 


remipeds [Smurl, below] 


tempererf 


semipeds 




po lemoscope 


emperors 


Jnemorousf a nemoscope 


temperersf 


e phemeris] 




po lemoscopes 


Ifemerell 


emesisl a nemoscopes 


femoral 


nemesis] 


nemoral 


ex tempore|| 


e phemeral 


in demnity [^mptM, below] 




so lemnity 


emery 


temptable 


Igemmaryt 


in demnities Jex emptiblef 


Jmemory 


so lemnities at temptable 




Icon temptible 


memoristt 


tgeminyf 


e phemerist 


he gernony re demptory 




a nemone|| or per emptory? 


memoristsf 


a nemonyf 


e phemerists 



con temptuous? 
he gemonieB [empt & you & 



, above] 



us?] 



memoratef temperate 

remoratef at temperate 

com memorate in temperate 

^in temeratef con temperatef 



emeries 
[Smurt, above] 

de cemvirate 
scp temvirate 



de cemvirates 



960 TRIPLE RHTME3, m tt 

sep temvirates Jde scendible trans cendently 
Jex tendible re splendently 
emulous in de pendently 

tremulous Jvendibly 

com mendably rendible 

n rec om mendably [Sndilbl, above] 

menacing, &c. 

[Snas, p. 365] com mendator|| splendidly 

Jex penditor [Snd^dll, above] 
pennated 

[fe'net, p. 368] com mendators pre tendingly 
Jrennetedf Jex penditors con de scending- 

iy 

tenable ^splendidly [ending, p. 367] 

in tenable pre tendedly 
Jin teniblet [gnded, p. 366] pendicesf 

un tenable Jvendaces 

J splendidness cox endices?|| 
denary? pre tendedness [endlks, p. 367] 
Jhennery* [ended, p. 366] 
plenary? endlessly 

senary? pendency [Indies, p. 367] 

Jvenery tendency 

de cennary de pendency f riendlessness 

as cendency or [endles, p. 367] 
denaries? Jas cendancy 
t, above] [endant, p. 366] renderest 

slenderest 

bendable tendencies [endilr, p. 368] 

lendable [endenst, above] 
mendable tde pendences rendering, &c. 
Jrendible [gndgns, p. 367] [enddr, p. 368] 
^vendible 

de fendable pendently slenderly 

Jac cendible de pendently tenderly 



WrtPLBS liHYMES, 



661 



slenderncss oc tennial 

tenderness cen tennial 

sep tennial 

Tenderer no vennial 

slenderer sem i cen tennial 
[endur, p. 368] 

cen tennials 
[enM, above] 



Tenderers 
[foidurur, above] 

sti pendiary? 
in cendiary? 

sti pendiaries? 
in cendiaries? 

jenneting 
renneting 

jennetings 
rennetings 



Ennian 
Li mencan 

benefice 
veneficef 

scenical 
[enlk, p. 369] 

si renical 
ar senical 
ec u menical or 
oec u menical 
cat e cliu menical 



penitence 
renitence? 
im penitence 

penitent 
[enttens, above] 

penitents 
[enitent, above] 

lenity 
per ennity 
a menity 
se renity 

frenetic? 
splenetic? 

genitive 
lenitive 
splenitivef 



lengthening, &c. genitives 
[gngthn, p. 369] penniless [enttlv, above] 
[ent & less?] 
bi ennial a menities 


per ennial 
sex ennial 


lenimentf 
tenement 


[SnTtt, above] 


tri ennial [ent & 
quin quennial 
mil lennial 


meant?] 
lenimentsf 


plenitude 
se renitudef 


quad rennial 
de cennial 


tenements 


genitor|| 
$senator|| 


tri cennial genesis|| 
vi cennial pa renesis?f 


pro genitorJI 



863 TRIPLE RHYMES, &tt 

genitors [ensMl, p. 371] [Snahuntstg, 
[iSnlttir, above] below] 

es sentialness 

geniture [gnshftl, p. 371] mentioning, &c. 
Jcrenature [foshiind, p. 372] 

pri mo geniture res i dentiary? 

pen i tentiary re censionists 
benison plen i po tentiary [e'nshtine'st, 
denizen above] 

venison? res i dentiaries? 

[t^nshart, above] pensioner 

benisons con ventioner 

[gntzn, above] li centiate? 

[Snshtlt, p. 371] pensioners 

vengefully con ventioners 

[e'njful, p. 370] sentient? 

[gnshgnt, p. 371] li centionsly 
sensated, &c. [gnshiis, p. 372] 

[SnsSt, p. 370] mensuratet 

com mensurate con tentiousness 
con densable in com mensurate [Snshtis, p. 372] 
[fe'nslbl, below] 

as censional fencible 

dis pensary de scensional sensible 

[SnsOrt, below] ex tensional tensiblef 

in tentional tcon densable 

tsensitive con ventional de fensible 

de f ensative un in tentional tdis pensable 

com pensative un con ventional in sensible 

in tensative ex tensible 

pensionest in de fensible 

es sentiated?, &c. [enshun, p. 372] ap pre hensible 
t, p. 371] fre censionist com pre hensible 
tex tensionist rep re hensible 
pru dentially Jcon ventionist |in dis pensable 



TRIPLE 



in com pre hen- 

sible 
ir rep re hensible 

sensibly 
[ensfbl, above] 

f o rensical 
non sensical 

penciling, &c. 
[enstt, p. 372] 

density 

im mensity 

pro pensity 

in tensity 

sensitive 
[ensattv, above] 

densities 
[ensftf, above] 

pensively 
[enslv, p. 373] 

of fensiveness 
[enslv, p. 373] 

de fenselessly 
[ensles, p. 373] 

senselessness 
[ensles, p. 373] 



sensory 

de fensory 

pre hensory 

Jdis pensary 

sus pensory 

de scensory 

in censory 

rep re hensory 

sensories 
[ensorf, above] 

sensuous 
in sensuous 
[ens & you & 
us?] 

rentages 
[entaj, p. 374] 

dentated 
[entst, p. 374] 

tentacle 
[entlkl, below] 

mentally 
[Sntal, p. 374] 

tgentilism 
tran seen dental- 
ism 

o ri entalism 
sen ti mentalism 



o ri entalisms 
[entaltzm, above] 

tgentleness 
ac ci dentalness 
[ental, p. 374] 

rentable 
[8nt, p. 76] 

Jin ventible 
un pre sentable 
ir rep re sentable 

Jcentaury 
tsenteryt 
al i mentary 
el e mentary 
sed i mentary 
par lia mentary 
com pie mentary 
com pli mentary 
sup pie mentary 
tes ta mentary 
doc u mentary 
teg u mentary 
un par lia men- 
tary 

un com pli men- 
tary 

tcentauries 
tsenteriest 
com pie menta- 
riesf 



664 TRIPLE RHYMES, n 

tentative denticles tor mentresses 

fre quentative [enttkl, above] in ventresses 
aug mentative 

fer mentative sentiment centrical 

pre ventative pre sentiment ^ventricle 

pre scntative [entl & meant?] ec centrical 

ar gu mentative con centrical 

rep re sentative sentiments par a centrical 

mis rep re senta- pre sentiments ge o centrical 

tive he li o centrical 

tdentinal 

tentatives sentinel centering, &c. 

[entattv, above] [entur, p. 377] 

la mentingly 

in dentedly [8nt, p. 76] ac centuate 

[Snted, p. 375] e ventilate 
entity 



con tentedness i dentity 
[ented, p. 375] non entity 

sentences entities 
[entans, p. 375] [e"ntltf, above] 

e pentheses?|| at tentively 


ac cent nates 
e ventilates 

ac centual 
ad ventual 
e ventual 
con ventual 



pa rentheses?|| [entiv, p. 376] 

venturing, &c. 

e penthesis|| in ventiveness [entytir, p. 378] 
pa renthesis!) [entTv, p. 376] 

generate 

denticle gentleness venerate 

tpentacle [entalnes, de generate 

ttentacle above] in generate 

ti dentical re generate 

tan thentical centrally in teneratet 

con venticle [cntral, p. 377] un re generate 



TRIPLE RHYMES, 



generates 
[^nurat, above] 

hennery* 
[enftrt, p. 660] 

generous 

venerousf 

de generousf 

un generous 

tenuate 
at tenuate 
ex tenuate 

strenuous 

tenuous 

in genuous 

dis in genuous 

un in genuous 



Jsepalous r 

ferrated 

Jac ceptable [grfted, below] 
per ceptible 

sus ceptible errable 

|un ac ceptable [Srlbl, below] 
im per ceptible 



un sus ceptible 

per ceptibly 
[epttbl, above] 



seraphim!! 
teraphimll 
xeraphim| 



Gerasene 
Jherisson? 
Jkerosene 

kerasine 
cerasine 

Jcerosine 



jeoparded 
Jshepherded, &c. 

jeopardous 
^shepherdess 

in trepidly 
[eptd, p. 378] 

tepidness 
[epld, p. 378] 

depilous 



septical 
sceptical or 
skeptical 
[epttk, p. 380] 
Jcon ceptacle 
|re ceptacle? 

Gerasenes 

de ceptory? [erSsen, above] 
pre ceptory? 
re ceptory?f im perative 

[erftrv, below] 
pre ceptories? 

re ceptories?f Jab errancies 
trans ferences?! 
shepherdess [erSns, p. 380] 
[Spardtis, above] 

ferreted 

^leporine? [e'rfte'd, below] 
peperine 

ferreter 

leperous ^heritor* 

ob streperous $m heritor 



666 



TRIPLE RHYMES, &T 



ferreters 


chi merical 


merited 


[eretdr, above] 




[grit, p. 382] 




mcricarp 




terrable 


pericarp 


verity 


terrible 




le gerityf 


Jin errablef 


mericarps 


ce lerity 


in ferrible?! 


pericarps 


te merity 


re ferrible?! 




as perity 


trans ferrible?! 


merrily 


pros perity 




verily 


sin cerity 


terribly 




aus terity 


[grlbl, above] 


tquerulous? 


dex terity 




perilous 


pos terity 


bnriest 




se verity 


merriest 


merriment 


in sin cerity 


[grl, p. 381] 


ex periment 


in dex terity 






am bi dex terity 


terrify 


merriments 




verify 


ex periments 


in heriting, &c. 






[grit, p. 382] 


terrified 


^heresies 




verified 


di sereses?|| or 


a peritive 


un terrified 


di ereses? 


Jim perative 


un verified 


[grists, below] 


tin cerative 






pre teritive? 


terrifies 


heresy 




verifies 


clerisy 


verities 






[grltl, above] 


berrying, &c. 


di seresis?!! or 




[grl, p. 381] 


di eresis? 


in heritor 




a phaeresis?|| or 


[grgtur, above] 


clerical 


a pheresis? 




spherical 




ferreous 


[erlk, p. 381] 


Jferrated 


terreousf 


Jsphericle 


Jferreted 


[grl & us?] 



TRIPLE RHYMES, r &S 66? 

burier in cessantly li quescency 
terrier [esSntll, below] Jin cessancy 

merrier [esent, p. 383] 

terrier as sessable 

[esibl, below] qui escently 

terriers Jin cessantly 

[erltlr, above] jessamine con va lesccntly 

^specimen [esent, p. 383] 
derogate 

erogatef jessamines dis tressfully 

in terrogate ^specimens [esful, p. 384] 

su per erogate 

pessary sue cessfulness 
in terrogates ac cessarj^? psful, p. 384] 

[erogat, above] Jac cessory? 

pos sessory? Jfleshily 

kerosene specially 

[erasen, p. 665] ac cessaries? es pecially 

[8sM, above] 

Jerrorest sessional 

errorist ce lestially? con fessional 

terrorist pscM!, p. 382] pro fessional 

con gressional 

terrorists blessedly pro gressional 

[erftrtst, above] con fessedly pro cessional 

ps, p. 78] [eslum, p. 384] 
ci nerulentf un pro fessional 

pul verulent dis tressedness 

[2s, p. 78] con fessionals 

querulous? [eshtina'l, above] 

[erilus, above] ex crescences 

[esens, p. 383] Jfreshenest 

Ss con fessionist 

messages pu bescency pro gressionist 

[esaj, p. 382] [esens, p. 383] con cessionist 



TRIPLE RHYMES, 



[eWin, p. 384] 

con f essionists 
[eshunfet, 
above] 

Jguessable 

cessiblef 

re dressible 

ex pressible 

im pressible 

com pressible 

sup pressible 

ac cessible 



in ex pressible 

un im pressible 

in com pressible 

ir re pressible 

in sup pressible 

in ac cessible 

ac cessibly 
[eslbl, above] 

desiccate? 
vesicate 

desiccates? 
vesicates 

tthesicle 

vesical 

Jvesicle 

ge o desical 



thesicles 
vesicles 

decimal 

vi gesimal 

mil lesimal 

cen tesimal 

du o decimal 

oc to decimal 

sex a gesimal 

quad ra gesimal 

sep tu a gesimal 

in fin i tesimal 

decimals 
[eslmal, above] 



specimen 
above] 



guessingly 
pressingly 
[6s, p: 78] 

pra3cipe|( 
recipe|| 

esseraf 
tessera]! 

hesitate? 
ne cessitate 

hesitates? 
ne cessitates 



cecity? 

o besity 

ne cessity 

ag gressively 
[Sslv, p. 385] 

im pressiveness 
[SsTv, p. 385] 

rescuing, &c. 
[eskH, p. 386] 

desolate 
Jtessellate 

desolates 
Jtessellates 

desperate 
ad vesperatef 

de testably 
Jin di gestibly 
, below] 

festally 
{testily 

^testable 
vestible 
di gestible 
con gestible 
co mestiblef 
Jde testable 



TEIPLE BHYMES, CS et 669 


Jin testable 


pe destrial 


gettable 


Icon testable or 


ter restrial 


re grettable 


con testible 




Jcom petiblef 


Jun testable 


Cestrian 




di vestible 


pe destrian 


petalous 


Jinan ifestableor 


e questrian 


a petalous 


man i festible 


cam pestrian 


bi petalous 


in di gestible or 


syl vestrian! 


di petalous 


un di gestible 




tri petalous 


Jin con testable 


pe destrians 


plan i petalous 




[estrftln, above] 


pol y petalous 


prestiges? 




mon o petalous 


vestiges 


festering, &c. 


tet ra petalous 




[estur, p. 389] 


pen ta petalous 


ma jestical 




oc to petalous 


[estlk, p. 387] 


festerment 


[JStl & us?] 




pesterment 




testily 




pettedly 


[gstall, above] 


festerments 


[St, p. 80] 




pesterments 




destitute 




Jfetidness 


restitutef 


ce lestially? 


in debtedness 




[eschal, p. 382] 


[gt, p. 80] 


destitutes! 






restitutes! 


in cestuous? 


fretfully 




tem pestuous? 


[gtfi.il, p. 390] 


eBstival? or 






estival? 


St 


for getfulness 


festival 


metalline? 


[gtful, p, 390] 




petaline 




se questrated 




(th) 


fe nestrated 


metalloid 


feathery 




petaloid 


heathery 


sug gestresses? 




leathery 


[gstres, p. 388] 


getable or 





670 



TRIPLE RHYMES, t 



weathering, &c. pettishly 


leveling or 


[etfcur, p. 390] [ettsh, p. 392] 


levelling, '&c. 




[evel, p. 394] 


featherlyf co quettishness 




weatherly [etfsh, p. 392] 


levelly 




[evlll, below] 


treticle pettitoes 




po etical [gtf & tOz?] 


Jdevilry 


e metical 


revelry 


he retical settlement 




pa thetical re settlement 


tdevilries 


syn thetical un settlement 


revelries 


al pha hctical [etl & meant?] 




ge o detical 


leveler! 


ex e getical metrical 


reveler! 


ar ith metical [Strlk, p. 393] 




par en thetical s} r m metrical 


levelers! 


sym pa thetical ob stetrical 


revelers! 


hy po thetical ge o metrical 




an a go getical un sym metrical 


levying, &c. 


a pol o getical un ge o metrical 


[evl, p. 394] 


[etlk, p. 390] is o per i metri- 




cal 


heavily 


sweatily 


Jlevclly 


[Stf, p. 3901 bettering, &c. 




[gtftr, p. 893] 


evirate?f 


pettiness 


levirate 


[gtt, p. 390] im petuous 


as severato 


[8t & you & us? 




detinue? or ech & you & 


evirates?! 


retinue us?] 


as severates 


detinues? v 


crevices 


retinues prevalent 


[gvts, p. 394] 



[evolent, below] 



TRIPLE RHYMES, eV 1& 671 

brevity leveret ad measurement 

levity [evur & it?] [ezhur & meant?] 
Ion gevity 

every presidence 

levities reverie? || or residence 

[evltl, above] revery non-residence 

severy 

devilry president 

[SvelrT, above] severing, &c. [eztdens, above] 

[evur, p. 394] 

leavening, &c. presidents 

[evn, p. 394] reveries? [ezldent, above] 

severies 

seventhly la 

e leventhly Sz striated 

^presently [le'tfe'd, below] 
^prevalence mi pleasantly 
ma levolence [ez&nt, p. 395] IH 

be nevolence dialing or 

pleasantness dialling, &c. 
tprevalent [^zSnt, p. 395] [lal, p. 396] 
ma levolent 
be nevolent peasantry dialist 

pleasantry [lollst, below] 
beverage 

leverage peasantries kyanize! 

pleasantries Jlionize! 

tcheveril 
several measuring, &c. kyanized! 

[ezhur, p. 395] [lanlz, above] 
reverence 

^severance pleasureless al liances 

ir reverence [ezhur, p. 395] [lans, p. 396] 
Jdis severance 

measurement 



673 



TEIPLK KHYME8, lit la 



pliancy 


un jus ti fiable? 


ptyalism 






[lOlfem, p. 675] 


giantlyf 


pliably 




[litnt, p. 396] 


[liibl, above] 


dialogue 1 






trialogue 1 


pliantness 


dryades?|| 




pant, p. 396] 


hyades?|| 


dialogues 1 






trialogues 1 


giantship 


gliadine 




Jclientship 


tiodine 


tpianet 






cyanate 


giantships 


Jpiacle 


hy dro cyanate 


Jclientships 


car diacal 






zo diacal 


cyanates 


biases or 


he liacal 


panat, above] 


biasses, &c. 


ma niacal 




pas, p. 396] 


the riacal 


kyanite or 




pros o diacal 


cyanite 


ra 


el e giacal 


Isyenite or 


friable 


am mo niacal 


Isienite 


liable 


dem o niacal 




pliable 


hyp o chon dria- 


tbriery 


triable 


cal 


diary 


viable 


par a di siacal 


Jflery? 


re liable 


aph ro di siacal 


friary 


de niable 




Ipriory 


ap pliable 


eyalet 




im pliable 


[lolSt, p. 675] 


diaries 


com pliable 




[iart, above] 


un pliable 


hyalite 




jus ti fiable? 


pollt, p. 675] 


Jdiesis?|| 


un re liable 




tdiocese? or 


un de niable 


hyaline 


Jdiocess 


un sup pliable 


ptyaline 


tarch diocese?! 


mul ti pliable? 


Jvioline 


si riasis?||f 



TKIPLE EHYMES, la 1& 



673 



li thiasis?|| 


[Idlng, p. 398] 


ini piety 


sat y riasis?|| 




pro priet) r 


hyp o chon dria- 


ka leidoscope 


va ricty 


sis?|| 


di pleidoscope 


so ciety 


el e phan tiasis?H 




sa tiety 




ka leidoscopes 


in e briety 


Ib 


di pleidoscopes 


in so briety 


un bribable 




im pro priety 


as cribable 


IS 


no to riety 


[Ib, p. 83] 


syenite! 


con tra riety 


in de scribable 


[lanlt, above] 








qnieting, &c. 


librated, &c. 


cliency 


[le*t, p. 400] 


[Ibrflt, p. 397] 


[lansl, above] 








Quietists 


Id 


clientship 


[letest, above] 


guidages 


[iSntshlp, above] 




pdflj, p. 397] 




so cieties 




dieted, &c. 


[Igtf, above] 


guidances 


p8t, p. 400} 




[Idling, p. 398] 


Jstriated 


quietly 


Jsub sidencies 




[Igt, p. 400] 




dietest 




guidable 


[Igt, p. 400] 


quietude 


di vidable 


Jdietist 


dis quietude 


[Id, p. 84] 


JQuietist 


in quietude 


un de cidable 


IPietist 






[letlsts, below] 


dieter 


tidily 




Jar chiater? 


[Idt, p. 898] 


piety 


pro prietor 


Jsu i cidally 


u bietyf 




[IdSl, p. 397] 


e briety 


dieters 




so briety 


[I&ur, above] 


glidingly 


anx iety 




a bidingly 


ni mietyt 





38 



674 



TRIPLE KHYME8, If III 



If 

stiflingly 
triflingly 
[Ifl, p. 400] 



Ih 

an nihilate 
, below] 



riliness sliminess 

wiliness [Iml, p. 405] 



smilingly 
be guilingly 
[II, p. 85] 



In 

crinated 
e chinated? 



fl 

piety, &c. 
[Ie*tT, above] 



ileus?|| finally 

pileus?H [inffl, p. 406] 



hylobate finable 

stylobate [In, p. 86] 

un com binable 

Ik hylobates in de finable or 

plicated stylobates un de finable 

spicated un con finable 

Im in de clinable or 

dichroism ac climated, &c. un de clinable 

trichroism [ImSt, p. 405] un as signable 

un di vinable 
11 climbable 

milages! sub limable de flnably 

[Ilaj, p. 403] [Im, p. 86] in de clinably 

[Inabl, above] 
Highlander primary 

islander Jrhymery binary 

[InftrT, below] 
Highlanders primaries 

islanders irhymeries mindfulness 

[Indful, p. 406] 
un filable limature 

rec on cilable? or ac climature kindnesses 

rec on cileable? [Indnes, p. 407] 

ir rec on cilable?! slimiest, &c. 

[11, p. 85] [imT, p. 405] re flnedly 



TRIPLE RHYMES, In Ir 675 


de signedly? 


violets 


Isciurine 


re signedly 


[ISlSt, above] 




un con finedly 




miocene 


un de signedly? 


thyalite 


pleiocene or 




iolite 


pliocene 


re finedness 


cryolite 




[In6dll, above] 




16 




Jdialist 


riotous 


highnesses 


tphialest 


RlBt & us?] 


[In^s, p. 407] 


sciolist 




tsinuses 


violist 


Ir 


[Inns, p. 408] 




gyrated, &c. 




sciolists 


prat, p. 410] 


brinishness 


[lollst, above] 




swinishness 




spirally 




sciolism 


prill, below] 


Jbinary 


tptyalism 




finery 0r 




ac quirable 


tfinaryt 


sciolous 


in quirable 


pinery 


violousf 


re quirable 


Jquinary 




ex pirable 


vinery 


briony or 


in spirable 


re finery 


biyony 


re spirable? 




piony 


un tirable 


pineries 




de sirable 


[Inflrif, above] 


bryonies! 


ir re spirable? 




pionies 


un de sirable 


To 






Jeyalet 


myopy 


un tirably 


triolet 


Cal liope?!| 


de sirably 


tviolate 




un de sirably 


violet 


priory 




tan nihilate 


[iarl, above] 


irefully 


Jin violate 




[irful, p. 410] 



florin 



676 TEIPLB EHYME8, IT It 

direfulness vicetyf ditheism 

[Irful, p. 410] tritheism 

di visively 

fierily? [islv, p. 412] mightiest, &c. 

[irl, p. 410] [Itr, p. 414] 

Jspirally de cisiveness 

[irai, p. 410] [islv, p. 412] flightily 

[Itl, p. 414] 

miriness Jspicery Jvitally 

prl, p. 410] de risory [Ital, p. 412] 

de cisoryf 

ad miringly in cisory mightiness 

un tiringly [Itt, p. 414] 
[irtng, p. 410] It 

citable slightingly 

irony in dictable in vitingly 

gyrony re quitable [Itmg, p. 414] 

de lightable 

en vironing, &c. tig nitible whitishness 

[IrSn, p. 411] u nitable [Itfsh, p. 414] 

ex citable 

viruses un re quitable sprightliest, &c. 

[irus, p. 411] [Itll, p. 414] 

af f rightedly 

Is de lightedly knightliness 

spiciest, &c. [Ited, p. 413] sightliness 

[Isl, p. 412] sprightliness 

short-sightedness un sightliness 

spicily [ItM, p. 413] 

[Isl, p. 412] lightening, &c. 

spitefully [Itn, p. 415] 
iciness [Itfyl, p. 413] 

[Isl, p. 412] heightener or 

frightfulness hightener 

nicety [Itful, p. 413] whitener 



KHYMES, It ft) 



677 



ptn, p. 415] 



de privable au thor izable? 
de rivable rec og nizable? 
con trivable crit i cisable? 
ex er cisable? 



whiteners 
[Itnfir, above] re yivable 

vol a til izable? 
nitrated vivary 

[itrSt, p. 415] [Ivort, below] ad visably 

[Izabl, above] 
de lightsomely vivencyf 



[Itsum, p. 415] 


con nivencyf 


ad visedly 




Jsur vivancyf or 


[Izd, p. 92] 


lightsomeness 


sur vivencyt 




[Itsum, p. 415] 


[Ivansez, above] 


dis guisedness 






[Izd, p. 92] 


Itt 


strivingly 




lionize 


thrivingly 


de spisingly 


[I&nlz, above] 


[IV, p. 91] 


[Iz, p. 92] 


Id 


ivory 


sur prisingness 


briery 


Jvivary 


[Iz, p. 92] 


part, above] 








ivories 


ad visory 


friarly 


Jvivaries 


pro visory 


priorly 




re visory 




Iz 




Iv 


sizable or 


Ib 


rivalest or 


sizeable 


Ghibelline 


rivallest 


un prizablet 


tsibylline? 


out rivalest! 


de spisable 




Jre vivalist 


bap tizablef 


stibial 




chas tisable 


tibial 


con trivances 


ad visable 


pre tibial 


pvSns, p. 416] 


de visable 





Jsur vivancieslt un dis guisable Jgibbeted 

[Ive'nsl, below] civ il izable? pro hibited, &c. 

38* 



678 



TRIPLE RHYMES, H> fd 



[Tb8t, p. 418] 


pdlat, above] 


quiddity 






mor bidity 


stibious 


pre sidial 


flu idity 


am phibious 


noc tidial 


fri gidity 






ri gidity 


am phibolous 


Lydian 


tur gidity 


[ibl & us?] 


o phidian 


li quidity 




to phidionj) 


ge lidity 


liberate 


Nu midian 


ca lidity 


de liberate 


i ridian 


pal lidity 


in de liberate 


me ridian 


so lidity 


un de liberate 


as cidian 


sto lidity 




Pi sidian 


va lidity 


flbular 


quo tidian 


fu midityf 


tribular 


cys tidian 


hu midity 


man dibular 


Dra vidian 


ti midity 


ves tibular 


sol i Mian 


cu pidity 


in fun dibular 


nul li fidianf 


ra pidity 




as ter idian 


sa pidity 


at tributive 


post me ridian 


stu pidity 


dis tributive 


an te me ridian 


te pidity 


con tributive 




va pidity 


re tributive 


Nu midians 


a r idity 




[Tdlan, above] 


flo ridity 


*ch 




a cidity 


stitchery 


ju ridical 


flac cidity 


witchery 


fa tidical 


lu cidity 




pyr a midical 


mar cidity 


Xd 




pla cidity 


Jicliot 


giddiness 


ran cidity 


di midiate 


Jli bidinous 


vis cidity 


in sidiatet 




a vidity 


di a grydiate 


idiot 


li vidity 




[Tdiat, above] 


in va lidity 


di midiates 




in si pidity 



TRIPLE EHTMES, id 



in tre pidity 

quiddities 
pdltt, above] 

idiom 
ru bidium 

idium 

1 ridium 

hideous? 
o phidious? 
per fidious? 
la pideoust 
de sidioust 
in sidious? 



vidual?f 

widual?f 

di vidual?f 

re sidual? 

in di vidual? 

nidulate?t 
a cidulate? 

nidulates?f 
a cidulates? 

me ridional? 
ob sidional? 

hideously? 



r 679 

am pliflcatef 
spe cificatet 
pon tificate 
cer tificate 
vi vificatet 
re vi vificatef 

cer tificates 
pfikat, above] 

mor biflcal 
spe cifical 
pfTk, p. 422] 



fas tidious? pdyus, p. 421 ; 

in vidious? Idlus, above ; 
Tjtus & Ijusir, 
below] 



[Tdyus, p. 421] 
ach la mydeous 
stil li cidiousf 



per fidiousness? 
idiot pdjusll, above] 
above] 

as siduous 

middlingly de ciduous 

riddlingly pd & you & us?] 
pdl, p. 421] 

If 

hiddenly tiffany 

for biddenly e piphany 



|de siderate 

con siderate 

in con siderate 



tiffanies 
e piphanies 



diphyllous? 
triphyllous? 
po lyphyilous? 
e piphyllous? 
quad riphyllous? 
[Jffl & us?] 

mag nificence 
mu nificencfi 

mag nificent 
mu nificent 

o pificerf 
ar tificer 

pificerst 
ar tificers 

diffiuencef 
mel lifluence 



680 



) TRIPLE RHYMES, ft' ig 1 


diffluentf 


pal mif erous 


sal u tiferous 


mel lifluent 


po miferous 




ro rifluentf 


co niferous 


fe brifugal? 




la niferous 


ver mif ugal 


stiifener 


om niferous 


cen trif ugal 


Jan tiphoner? 


pru niferous 






so niferous 


is 


stiffeners 


soni niferous 


bigamy 


tan tiphoners? 


spi niferous 


digamy 




au rif erous 


trigamy 


pe riphrases?|| 


flo rif erous 


po lygamy 


an tiphrases?!! 


ro rif erous 






cir rif erous 


bigamist 


pe riphrasisll 


thu riferous 


pgilmt, above] 


an tiphrasisij 


bac ciferous 






dor siferous 


bigamists 


thriftiest, &c. 


coc ciferous pgamtst, above] 


Pftt, p. 423] 


cru ciferous 






lu ciferons 


bigamous 


thriftily 


vo ciferous 


trigamous 


pffi, p. 423] 


fa tif erous 


am phigamous 




fruc tiferous 


po lygamous 


shiftiness 


lac tiferous 


he inigamous 


pftl, p. 423] 


mor tiferous 






pes tiferous 


stigmatize 


biferous 


cor ym biferous 


e nigmatize 


glan dif erous 


met al liferous 




san guiferous 


um bel liferous 


stigmatized 


fru giferousf 


vas cu liferous 


e nigrnatized 


ter giferous 


sob o liferous 




mel lif erous 


rac e miferous 


stigmatist 


stel liferous 


lu mi niferous 


e nigmatist 


ar mif erous 


o do riferous 




flam mif erous 


sop o riferous 


stigmatists 


cul mif erous 


an a tiferous 


e nigmatists 



TKIPLE EHTNTES, ig" 



681 



in dignancyt 
ma lignancy 

in dignantly 
Pgnitnt, p. 424] 

dignify 
lignify 
signify 

dignified 
Pgntfl, above] 

signifies 
pgirffl, above] 

dignity 

in dignity 

con dignity 

ma lignity 

be nignity 

dignities 
[Ignltt, above] 

igneous 

ligneous 

py ro ligneous or 



po lygonous Ij 

fidgeted, &c. 

lex igraphy pjt, p. 426] 
bra chygraphy 

ta chygraphy ef figiate 

cal ligraphy or fas tigiate 

ca ligraphy 

po lygraphy ef figiates 

e pigraphe?||t fas tigiates 

e pigraphy 

au rigraphy Phrygian 

pa sigraphy Stygian 

O gygian 

tfigaryf Or tygian 

wjiiggery Can ta brigian 

piggery I a pygian 

priggery mal a cop te ryg- 

ian 

Jfigariesf ac an thop te ryg- 
piggeries ian 

rigorous Phrygians 

vigorous [ijtan, above] 



figulate 
ligulate 

dis figurement 



pyr o ligneous [fgyiir & meant?] 



frigidly 
rigidly 

frigidness 
rigidness 



trigonal am biguous Jme ridional? 

po lygonal ex iguousf o riginal 

ir riguous ab o riginal 

digonous con tiguous 

trigonous ver tigines?|| 



TRIPLE RHYMES, Ij I 



[igO, p. 401] 

ab o rigines?|| 



digerentt pkiltlv, above] 
Jre f rigerant 



bel ligerent 



pickedness 
wickedness 



stickiest, &c. 
[Tkl, p. 426] 



digynous 

trigynous re frigerants 
in digenous bel ligerents 
f u liginous 
po lygynous 
u liginousf 
om nigenous 
ser piginous 
pru riginous 
len tiginous 

ten tiginous cru cigerous sickliest, &c. 
ver tiginous . pkU> p. 427] 

im pe tiginous ik 

ser pen tigenous de siccated?, &c. prickliness 

[Ikete'd, below] sickliness 

hideous? 

mal a cop te ryg- 
ious 

ac an thop te- 
rygious 



cricketed, &c. 
pkfit, p. 426] 

ar migerousjde siccated?, &c. 
plu migerous [Ika"t, p. 426] 
cor nigerous 
cri nigerous 
la nigerous 
cir rigerous 
cru cigerous 



me dicament? sicknesses 

pre dicament pknes, p. 427] 
an te pre dica- 

quickening, &c. 
[tkn, p. 427] 



ment 



pigeonest pre dicaments 
|re ligionist [Ikame'nt,above] 



Jhideously? 
Dfdytistt, p. 679] 
pro digiously 
[ijus, p. 425] 

re ligiousness 
JTjuslI, above] 



fricative 

siccative 

in dicative? 

vin dicative? 

de siccative 

ex siccative 

siccatives 



chiccory 
hickory 
tpickery 
Jtrickery 

hickories 
[tkort, above] 

fixable 
mixable 



T 


RIPtE RHYMES, 1J 


* 688 


mixedly? 


pkur, p. 429] 


gal e riculate 


pks, p. 95] 




in ar ticulate 




bickerer 




fixedness 


snickerer 


ar ticulates 


pks, p. 95] 




pkyulat, above] 




bickerers 




fixity 


snickerers 


spiculall 


siccityf 




fe briculall 


pro lixity 


u biquity 


si liculall 




in iquity 


au riculail 


dictated, &c. 


ob liquity 


cur riculail 


[tost, p. 428] 


an tiquity 


a ciculall 






len ticulall 


ad dictedness 


an tiquities 




af flictednessf 


pkwltf, above] 


spicular 


[tkted, p. 428] 




or bicular 




u biquitous 


pe dicular 


vin dictively 


in iquitous 


ver micular 


[iktlv, p. 429] 




f u nicular 




spiculate 


ca nicular 


re strictiveness 


or biculate 


au ricular 


pktrv, p. 429] 


ca lyculate 


a cicular 




ver miculate 


fas cicular 


victory 


f u niculate 


i ve sicular 


val e dictory 


au riculate 


ver sicular 


con tra dictory 


a ciculate 


ar ticular 


in ter dictory 


fas ciculate 


co ticular 




ve siculate 


cu ticular 


victories 


ar ticulate 


len ticular 


pktOrf, above] 


den ticulate 


par ticular 




ges ticulate 


re ticular 


trickery 


re ticulate 


cla vicular 


pkorl, above] 


ma triculate? 


per pen dicular 




ap pen diculate 


ad mi nicular 



bickering, fce, can a liculate quin quar ticulart 



684 TRIPLE RHYMES, k fl 

un par ticular plandur, above] 



par ticulars 
pkyular, above] 

spiculse?! 
pkyula*, above] 

pe diculous 
ri diculous 



Hilary 
Plurf, p. 688] 
syllable 

tillable lilacine 

dis syllable? sinilacine 

tri syllable? 

dis tillable be wildering, &c. 
un tillable pldur, p. 431] 
pi, p. 9G] 
pol y syllable? billeted, &c. 



Jsi liculose? mon o syllable? plet, p. 431] 

ver miculous quad ri syllable? Jver ti ciliated? 
Jver miculose? 

pillager willfully I 

villager [flful, p. 431] 



cu niculousf 
fas ciculusH 
ve siculous 
$ve siculose 



pillagers skillfulness! 
viUagers plful, p. 431] 



con spicuous 




per spicuous villakin 


filiate 


tran spicuous pllkon, below] 


Jpileate 


[Ik & you & us?] 


ciliate 


filament 


af filiate 


11 Jha biliment 


hu miliate 


villages Jsta biliment 


con ciliate 


plsj, p. 430] ca pillament 


sub tiliatet 




dom i ciliate 


ver ti ciliated? filaments 




pitted, below] plamgnt, above] 


filiates 


1 


pQIa"t, above] 


bilander pillaret 




filander Jex hilarate 


chiliad 


^cylinder 


OB iliad?t 


pillarets 




filandera Jex hilaratea 


chiliads 



TMPLtt HltYMES, 



te iliads?f siliconll 


militate 


Jspilikin 


de bilitate 


Ilian Jvillakin 


fa cilitate 


Pani phylian Jba silican 




Yir gilian or ba silicon|| 


militates 


Vergilian pllkmz, above] p 


tlltst, above] 


Ma nilian 




Si cilian? tsiliquose? 


a bility 


ci vilian? siliquous 


de bility 


tgran diloquous 


mo bility 


Pam phylians Jmul tiloquous 


no bility 


pMn, above] $ven triloquous 


sta bility 


mul ti siliquous 


ni hility 


silliest 


a gility 


pit, p. 431] sillily 


f ra gility 


pit, p. 431] 


tran quillity 


filiform 


hu mility 


pilif orrn ha biliment 


a nility 


stilliform [Ilame'nt, above] 


se nility 


villiform 


scur rility 


max illiform filemot 


ste rility 


tphilomotf 


vi rility 


silicate guillemot || 


do cility 


um bilicate 


fa cility 


cylinder 


due tility 


filical pltmdfir, above] 


f u tility 


tsilicle 


f er tility 


um bilical chilliness 


hos tility 


ba silica! pll, p. 431] 


gen tility 




trac tility 


silicall thrillingly 


u tility 


ba silicail pttng, p. 432] 


ci vility 




ser vility 


spilikins willingness 


am a bilityf 


Jvlllakins [King, p. 432] 


dis a bility 



TRIPLE RHYMES, ft 



ju ve nility 
im be cility 
in do cility 
vol a tility 
in due tility 
in fer tility 
ver sa tility 
in u tility 
in ci vility 
mal le a bility 
a mi a bility 
im me a bility 
im prob a bility 
ac cen di bility 
in ef fa bility 
def la gra bility 
in flex i bility 
re flex i bility 



f ri a bility 

in a bility 

prob a bility 

ad di bility 

af fa bility 

flex i bility 

flux i bility 

cred i bility 

ris i bility 

vis i bility 

fran gi bility 

tan gi bility 

pec ca bility 

pla ca bility 

e qua bility 

fal li bility 

gul li bility 

im mo bility 

ca pa bility 

cul pa bility 

du ra bility com press i bility 
cu ra bility dis cerp i bility 
di vis i bility 
in vis i bility 
re fran gi bility 
el i gi bility 
in tan gi bility 
im pec ca bility 



ac qui ra bility 

ad mi ra bilityf 

men su ra bility 

per spi ra bility 

fig u ra bility 

de si ra bility 

ad mis si bility 

im mis ci bility 

ex pan si bility 

im pas si bility 

im pos si bility 

cor ro si bility 

in sen si bility 

ac ces si bility 

ex ten si bility 

im i ta bility 

di la ta bility 

im mu ta bility 



pas si bility 
pos si bility 
sen si bility 
ces si bility 
in sta bility 
mu ta bility 
par ti bility 
sal va bility 
sol u bility 



in cred i bility com mu ta bility 
com pat i bility ac cep ta bility 
de fee ti bility 
im par ti bility 
ap pe ti bility 
cor rup ti bility 
de cep ti bility 
per cep ti bility 
re cep ti bility 
sus cep ti bility 



im pla ca bility de struc ti bility 

ap pli ca bility dis cerp ti bility 

in fal li bility con trac ti bility 



vol u bility in flam ma bility 

tea si bility in ca pa bility 

plau si bility sep a ra bility 

pu er ility in cu ra bility 



con ver ti bility 

re sis ti bility 

pen e tra bility 

dis J|ol u bility 



TRIPLE RHYMES, fl 



687 



in sol u bility in dis sol u bility 
in su per a bility in de fat i ga bil- 
ir ref ra ga bility ity 
in com pat i bility un in tel li gi bil- 
in' com press i bil- ity 

ity in com mu ni ca- 

in di vis i bility bility 

in el i gi bility in com men su- 
in tel li gi bility ra bility 
com mu ni ca- in com pro hen- 

bility si bility 

in sep a ra bility 

im men su ra bil- a bilities 

ity [Ilftl, above] 

com men su ra- 

bility mil liliter? 

in de fen si bility de ciliter? 

in ex ten si bility cen tiliter? 

in ev i ta bility 

in im i ta bility mil Hitters? 

in ex ci ta bility pltttir, above] 
in com bus ti- 

bility 

in de fee ti bility 
in cor rup ti bil- 



in de struc ti bil- 
ity 
in dis cerp ti bil- 

in con ver ti bil- 

ir re sis ti bility 
im pen e tra bil- 
ity 



nlius?|| 
ileus?|| 
pileous? 
punc tilious? 
su per cilious? 



milkiness 
silkiness 

illnesses 
pine's, p. 432] 

billowy 



pillowy 
willowy 

billowing, &c. 
[HO, p. 432] 

trilogy 
am bilogyt 
am philogy 

trilogies 
[flojl, above] 

gran diloquence 
[flokwent, 
below] 

gran diloquent 

mag niloquent 

al tiloquentf 

sane tiloquent 

stul tiloquent 

so liloquize 
ven triloquize 

so liloquized 
ven triloquized 

so liloquy 
dul ciloquy 

pau ciloquyf 
stul tiloquy 

ven triloquy 



688 TRIPLE RHYMES, ft fltt 

so liloquies biliary? op simathyf 
plokwl, above] miliary? 

ciliary? par en chyma- 

gran diloquous aux iliary? tous 

pllkwus, p. 685] fa miliaryt [JlmTt & us?] 

sem i ciliary? 

guiltiest su per ciliary? limbering, &c. 
plff, p. 433] pmbur, p. 485] 

aux iliarly 

Hilary fa miliarly chymicalf or 

Jpillory un fa miliarly chemical? 

cilery mimical 

ax iliary? vermilioning, &c. in imical? 

max iliary? [flyim, p. 434] al chymicalf or 

ca pillary? al chemical? 

pa pillary? punc tiliously? cac o chymical 

ar tillery [flyus, p. 435] met o nymical 

dis tillery pat ro n} r mical 

su per cilious- 

dis tilleries ness? as similate 
pliM, above] [tlyus, p. 435] pmOlflt, below] 

con ciliated?, &c. Im criminate 

[fly tit, p. 434; images discriminate 

mat, p. 684] pmaj, p. 435] re criminate 

e liminate 

brilliances Jcriminoust in dis criminate 
plye'ns, p. 434] Ion gimanous 

^brilliancies |dis criminousf criminates 

plyttnsl, below] pnxtnflt, above] 

immanent 

brilliancy [Imln^nt, below] criminal 

$re siliency? viminal? 

$tran siliency?! ttimothy re giminal 
po lymathy 



TRIPLE RHYMES, fill frl 



Jimmanent 


scimiter or 


simulate 


Jimminent 


scimitar 


stimulate 


dis criminant 


trimeter 


dis simulate 


e liminant 


per imeter 






mil limeter? 


simulates 



dis criminants 
e lirninants 



swimmingly 
trimmingly cen timeter? 
pm, p. 98] 

cimeters! 

dimity pmtttir, above] 
prox imity 

sub lirnity immolate 

op tiniity Jas similate 

Ion ga nimityf 

e qua nimity immolates 

mag na nimity [imoltit, above] 
u na nimity 

timothy 



pla nimeter [miyulSt, above] 
de symeter 
de cimeter? 
al timeter 



pu sil la nimity 

dimities 
pmitt, above] 



pmiitM, above] 

limpingly 

scrimpingly 

Pfrnp, p. 98] 



stimuli?! 

limulusll 
stimulus|| 

flimsiest, &c. 
Pmzt, p. 438] 

In 

Jminuted? 
pinnated 
Pnat, p. 438] 
Jspinetedf 

innately? 
pinnately 



symmetry pmp, p. 98] binnacle 

Ion gimetry Pnlkal, below] 

pla nimetry implement 

a symmetry pmplf & meant?] a dynamy 

al timetry tan tinomy? 

is o per imetry whimpering, &c. 

pmpur, p. 437] cinnamon 

dimeter Pntm^n, p. 690] 

limiter glimmering, &c. 
cimeter or pmtir, p. 438] car minative 



690 TlttPLE RHYMES, 111 


[Mtlv, below] 


Sar dinian 


skinniest, &c. 




di gynian 


[M, p. 441] 


indicate 


tri gynian 




syndicate 


Vir ginian 


^binnacle 


vindicate 


Tar quinian 


Jbinoclc 




Ar minian? 


finical 


indicates 


Fla minian 


clinical 


[IndlkSt, above] 


cza rinian 


Jpinnaclo 




Li cinian 


cynical 


fingering, &c. 


So cinian 


pinical 


Pnggur, p. 441] 


Bi thynian 


rab binical 




dec a gynian 


$ad minicle 


. fingerer 


hex a gynian 


do minical 


Pnggur, p. 441] 


pol y gynian 


cher u binicalf 




mon o gynian 




lingerers 


tet ra gynian 


Jpinnacles 


Pnggur ur, above] 


hep ta gynian 


ad minicles 




pen ta gynian 


pnlkiil, above] 


springiest, &c. 


Car tha ginian 




pngt, p. 441] 


oc to gynian 


Guineainan 




Ab ys sinian 


JGuineamen 


springiness 


El eu sinian 


Jcinnamon 


stringiness 


Pal es tincan or 






Pal es tinian 


liniment 


de lineate 


en ne a gynian 


minimentf 


la ciniate 


do de ca gynian 








liniments 


finial 


Sar dinians 


minimentsf 


lineal 


[tman, above] 




pinealf 




grinningly 


un lineal 


linear 


winningly 


sta inineal 


rec ti linear 


[In, p. 99] 




cur vi linear 




Plinian 


post li miniar 


finishing, &c. 


Ga binian 




[rnlsh, p. 442] 



TRIPLES RHYMES, 1H 

finisher trinities 

di minisher pnltl, above] 



finishers 
di minishers 

ministress 
Jsinistrous 

minister 

sinister? 

ad minister 

sub ministerf 

minuted? 
I, above] 

trinity 
af finity 
in finity 



finitude 

in finitude 

in de finitudef 

gra mineous 

sta mineous 

tes tu dineous 

ar un dineous 

al bu gineous 

post li minious 

ig no minious 

^stringencies 

pnj&nst, below] 

con tingences 



stringency 
con finity f pnjent, p. 442] 
vir ginity 

con cinnity stringently 

vi cinity con tingently 
La tinity [mje'nt, p. 442] 
di vinity 

dingiest, &c. 
[mjt, p. 442] 



con san guinity 



de finitive 

in finitive 

tear minative 

in finitives 
pnlttv, above] 



stingily 
pnjT, p. 442] 

dinginess 
PnjT, p. 442] 



691 

cringingly 
swingeingly 
pnj, p. 100] 

injury 
|ma lingery? 

injuring, &c. 
pnjur, p. 443] 

injuries 
|ma lingeries? 

injurer 
tma lingerer? 

injurers 
tma lingerers? 

drinkable 
thinkable 

un drinkable 
un sinkable 

un thinkable 

shrinkingly 
winkingly 
un shrinkingly 
Pnkmg, p. 443] 

dis tinctively 
pnkttv, p. 444] 

in stinctiveness 
pnktlv, p. 444] 



TBtPLE RHYMES, fa f 



sinlessly 


integrate in sinuates 


skinlessly 


dis integrate pnyuat, above] 




red integrate 


an tinomy? 


con tinuing, &c. 


Pnamt, above] 


integer pnyu, p. 447] 




tvintager 


vincible 


sinuous 


e vincible 


integers sinewousf 


in vincible 


{vintagers con tinuous 


con vincible 


dis con tinuous 


in con vincible 


hintingly 




squintingly pinionest 


in vincibly 


{o pinionist 


Pnsfbl, above] 


interest un pinionest 




winterest 


mincingly 


pntftr, p. 446] minioningt 


Pns, p. 101] 


pinioning 




printeryt o pinioning! 


con vincingness 


splintery un pinioning 


Pns, p. 101] 


wintery 



insular? splintering, &c. 


bipartite? 


pe ninsular? pntur, p. 446] 


tripartite? 






quad ripartite? 


vintages 


in cinerate 




Phtttj, p. 446] 


i tinerate 


biparous 






po lyparous 


Cynthian 


in cinerates 


gem miparous 


Ca rinthian 


i tinerates 


ver miparous 


Co rinthian 




u niparous 


ab sinthian 


tminuet 


dor siparous 


Za cynthian 


- sinuate 


mul tiparous 




in sinuate 


o viparous 


Ca rinthians 


con tinuate 


vi viparous 


phthla'n, above] 




o vo vi viparous 



TRIPLE RHYMES, 



693 



bipedal? 

tripedal? 

ses quipedal? 

se mipedal? 

Jan tipodal 

in cipience 
in sipiencet 
per cipience 

ac cipient 

ex cipient 

in cipient 

in sipientf 

per cipient 

re cipient 

sus cipientt 

in ter cipient 

nippingly 
trippingly 
Pp, p. 102] 

stipitate 
pre cipitate 

an cipital 

bi cipital 

oc cipital 

cen tripetal 

mul ti cipital 

pre cipitance 
[IpOtSns, below] 



an cipitous 
bi cipitous 
pre cipitous 

triplicate 
ses quiplicate? 
mul tiplicate? 

triplicates 
Ppllkst, above] 

an tipodal 
Pptdal, above] 

dipody 
tripody 
po lypody 

dipodies 
ppodl, above] 

cipolin 
Tripoline 

ar mipotence 
ig nipotence 
om nipotence 
pie nipotence 
tpre cipitance 

om nipotent 
ppotens, above] 
mul tipotent 



el liptical 
Pptlk, p. 449] 

scriptoryt 
Jpe riptery 

frippery 
slippery 

kippering, &c. 
Ppur, p. 449] 

stipulate 
ma nipulate 
ex stipulate 

stipulates 
ppyulat, above] 

stipular 
ma nipular 

re cipiency? 
pptent, above] 



39* 



cryptical 



miracle 
prfkal, below] 

miracles 
spiracles? 

de liracyf 
con spiracy 



694 TEIPLE RHYMES, fr Is 

styracine pyritous pro pitiable? 

prMn, below] spiritous jus ticiable? 

de liraciest de liriumll Jdysnry? 

con spiracles col lirium|| ^fishery 

ju diciary? 

Syrian Siriusll jus ticiary? 

Tyrian stiriousf ben e ficiary? 

Ca birian de lirious 

ben e ficiaries? 

Syrians pyrulal) [TsharT, above] 

[IrfSn, above] spirula|| 

de ficiencies 

de liriall Is [tshens, p. 451] 

col lyriall rem i niscences Jdc ficiencies 

[teens, p. 451] pshenst, below] 
pyriform 
cirrif orm rem i niscencyt de ficiency 

rev i viscency pshent, p. 451] 
lyrical al liciencyt 

Jmiracle blissfulness in sitiency?t 

Jspiracle? [fefijl, p. 451] 
em pirical suf ficiently 

satirical vitiated?!, &c. om niciently 
Praklz, above] pshst, p. 451 ; pshent, p. 451] 

Ishftit, below] 

myricine vitiate? or 

Jstyracine ju dicially vdciate? 

psMl, p. 451] of ficiate? 

lyricism in itiate? 

em piricism ben e ficialness pro pitiate? 

pshSl, p. 451] pa triciate? 

lyricisms no vitiate? 

em piricisms pa tricianism un in itiate? 

pshunlzm, below] 



TRIPLE RHYMES, 



695 



vitiates?! 
psMSt, above] 

mi litia?|| 
co mitia?|| 
pshft, p. 451] 

tissuing, &c. 
pshu, p. 452] 

missionatef 

con ditionate 

com missionate 

con ditionates 
pshunSt, above] 

ad ditional 
po sitional 
pshun, p. 452] 
un con ditional 

Jtra ditionist 

com missionest 

Pshun, p. 452] 

Jco a litionist 

Jab o litionist 

pshiinfets, below] 

par titioning, &c. 
Pshun, p. 452] 

ab o litionists 
[Tshune'st, above] 



tra ditionism 
$pa tricianism 
ab o litionism 
pshun, p. 452] 

missionert 
com missioner 
pa rishioner 
pe titioner 
prac titioner 
ex hi bitioner 
Pshun, p. 452] 

com missioners 
Pshun fir, above] 

viciously 
ju diciously 
Pshus, p. 454] 

of ficiousness 
Pshus, p. 454] 

pro pitiable? 
Pshabl, above] 

miscible 
scissiblet 
ad missible 
a missiblef 
per missible 
per miscible 
re missible 
in ad missible 
in a missiblef 



ir re missible 

ver ticillate? 
Ps5lat, below] 

for tissimol 
gen e ral issir 



vicinal 

fi dicinal 

me dicinal 

of ficinal 

ricinusll 
ac a lycinous 



an ticipate 
par ticipate 

dissipates 
pslpSt, above] 

lu bricity 
men dicity 

pu dicity 
f e licity 

pub licity 

du plicity 
sim plicity 

tri plicity 

cle ricity 
sphe ricity 

rus ticity 
spas ticity 



696 TRIPLE RHYMES, IS 

styp ticity per missively isolate? 

ver ticity pslv, p. 455] Jver titillate? 
im mun dicity 

in fe licity sub missiveness di missory? 

mill ti plicity pslv, p. 455] re scissory? 

e las ticity 

au then ticity con riscated?, &c. distally 

e lee tricity pskat, p. 455] Jmistily 
ec cen tricity 

friskiest, &c. Distances 

fe licities pskl, p. 456] ex istences 

Psftl, above] pstens, p. 457] 

friskily Jcon sistencies 

licitlyf pskT, p. 456] pstenst, below] 
il licitly 

Pstt, p. 455] riskiness* Jclistancyt 

pskl, p. 456] ex istency 

ex plicitness con sistency 

pstt, p. 455] pro miscuous pstens, p. 457] 

psk&you&us?] 

spissitude ^distantly 

so licitude discuses con sistently 

vi cissitude pskiis, p. 456] pstgnt, p. 458] 

vi cissitudes ischury tristfully 

psttud, above] Jpiscary wistfully 

Pstful, p. 458] 
f e licitous glistening, &c. 

so licitous psn, p. 457] so phisticate 

in fe licitous phlo gisticate 

un so licitous listener de phlo gisticate 

psn, p. 457] 

so licitor so pliisticates 

ex pliciterf listeners pstfkSt, above] 
Psnftr, above] 



TRIPLE RHYMES, IS ft 

mystical dysury? 

[fettle, p. 458] Psharf, above] 
twistical 

ft 

mistily pittances 

[fetal*, above] ptans, p. 460] 



697 
thitherward 

wittiest, &c. 
ptt, p. 461] 

litigate 
mitigate 

listlessly fittablef 

pstles, p. 460] quittable litigates 

knittable mitigates 

re sistlessness ad mittable or 
Pstles, p. 460] tad mittible litigant 

tcom mittible mitigant 

e pistrophell Jtrans mittible 
an tistrophe|| or dittying, &c. 

an tistrophyf bittacle ptl, p. 461] 

ptlktil, below] 

bistoury Ibittacle 

blistery . psittacus|| critical 

history JLe viticusll ptlk, p. 462] 

mystery un critical 

con sistory? litany po litical 

prytany Le vitical 

blistering, &c. im po litical 

pstur, p. 460] litanies A bra ham itical 

prytanies met ro po litical 

mysteries 

pstftrt, above] pithiest, &c. 

pthl, p. 461] 
sisterly 

si nisterly? hitherto (th) 
un sisterly thitherto 



fistulate? 
a ristulate? 



hitherward 
whitherward 



pitiless 
ptr, p. 461] 

wittily 
ptr, p. 461] 
Jwittollyf 

le gitimist 



698 



TRIPLE RHYMES, It I 



Je pitomist 


iterates 


e quivalent 




ptfirat, above] 


Jve livolant 


le gitimists 






|e pitomists 


literal 


privative 




Jlittoral 


de rivative 


prettiness? 


pres byteral 




ptt, p. 461] 


bi literal 


privatives 




il literal 


de rivatives 


fittingly 


tri literal 




ptlng, p. 463] 


u ni literal 


riveted, &c. 




quad ri literal 


pvet, p. 465] 


un re mittingness 






[itmg, p. 463] 


tittering, &c. 


trivial 




ptur, p. 464] 


lix ivial 


criticism 




ob livialf 


citicism 


situate? 


quad rivial 


witticism 


La bit u ate? 


con vivial 


criticisms 


situates? 


Livian? 


ptMzm, above] 


La bituates? 


Job livion? 


brittleness 


ritual? 


vividly 


ptl, p. 463] 


La bitual? 


Pvtd, p. 465] 


witnesses 


titular? 


lividness 


ptnes, p. 464] 


ca pitular? 


pvld, p. 465] 


e pitomist 


*v 


Jprivily 


ptlnrfst, above] 


mun divagantt 


civilly 




mul tivagantf 


un civilly 


iterate 


noc tivagant 




literate 




livingly 


re iterate 


mul tivagousf 


for givingly 



il literate noc tivagous 
ob literate privity 



TRIPLE RHYMES, Iv 


tz 699 


ac clivity 


pvlur, above] 


in sec tivorous 


de clivity 




pvur & us?] 


pro clivity 


e quivocal 




pas sivity 


u nivocal 


Xz 


ac tivity 


mul tivocal 


visional 


fes tivity 




trans itional 


cap tivity 


frivolous 


di visionalf 


na tivity 


[Jivl & us?] 


pro visional 


in ac tivity 




re visional 


in fes tivityf 


flam mivomous 




ab sorp tivity 


ig nivomous 


visionist 


per cep tivity 




tpre cisianist 




livery 




de clivities 


shivery 


visionists 


pvftl, above] 


de livery 


Jpre cisianists 




jail-de livery or 




bivious? 


gaol-de livery 


risible 


niveousf 


re de livery 


visible 


ob livious 




di visible 


las civious 


shivering, &c. 


in visible 




pvur, p. 466] 


in di visible 


drivelest! 






|civilest 


liveries 


risibly 


pvl, p. 465] 


pvurT, above] 


pzlbl, above] 


Icivilistf 








her bivorous 


busying, &c. 


shriveling or 


ver mivorous 


Pzl, p. 467] 


shrivelling, &c. 


gra nivorous 




pvl, p. 465] 


car nivorous 


physical 




om nivorous 


quh:zical 


driveler! 


pa nivorous 


phthisical or 


Jciviler 


os sivorous 


tisical 


pvl, p. 465] 


pis civorous 


met a physical 




phy tivorous 




drivelers! 


gram in Ivorous 


busily 



700 



TEIPLE RHYMES, fo 5(1 



[M, p. 467] Oa 

stowages 
visitor or [oaj, p. 468] 

visitor 
in quisitof H oa 

knowable 

visitors! rowable 

in quisitors un knowable 

busier, &c. frowardly 

[M, p. 467] [oiird, p. 469] 



pro sodiac 

al lodial 
pro sodial 
ep i sodial 

Clodian 
todeon 
Rkodian 
Jme lodion 
He rodian 
pro sodian 
cus todian 



par ox ysmally towardness 

pzmal, p. 468] [oiird, p. 469] 

Rhodians 

dismalness in choative [odian, above] 

pzmal, p. 468] Jex troitivef 

odiblef 

im prisoning, &c. Ob cor rodible 

[Tzn, p. 468] globated in cor rodible 

lobated 
con globated? 



prisonrnentf 
im prisonment 
[Izn & meant?] och. 

broacliablef 

rliizopod ap proacliable 

schizopod? re proacliable 

in ap proacliable 

rhizopods un ap proachable 

schizopods? ir re proacliable 

un re proacliable 

misery [och, p. 107] 

Jre scissory? 



odium?ll 
sodiumll 
al lodiumH 
ex odiumjl 
e rodiumJl 
di a codium]] 

niodiusi) 

odious? 

me lodious? 

com modious? 

dis com modious? 



od in com modious? 

zodiac 



TRIPLE RHYMES, 5d 6l 



701 



odiously? ok focuses 

[odlus, above] brokages! [okus, p. 475] 

[okfij, p. 474] 

me lodiousness? ol 

[odlus, above] focalize tollages 

localize [OlSj, p. 476] 
og" vocalize 

ogresses Tollable 

[Ogre's, p. 473] focalized tollable 

[okallz, above] con solable 



ol 




con trollable 


showiest, &c. 


locally 


in con solable 


[01, p. 473] 


vocally 


un con trollable 


stoical 


locative 


polarize 


he roical 


pro vocative? 


solarize 


[OTk, p. 473] 








lochial 


polarized 


flowingly 


pa rochial 


solarized 


knowingly 






[Olng, p. 474] 


pa rochianf 


bolary 




An ti ochian 


Jdrollery 


ex troitivet 




tcoalery 


[oiitlv, above] 


smokiest, &c. 


molary 




[okl, p. 475] 


polary 


B 




solaryt 


A lojian 


pro vokingly 


tea jolcry 



Al lo brogian [ok, p. 109] [olurfz, below] 
ge o logianf 

the o logian brokenly shouldering, &c. 

[okn, p. 475] [oldur, p. 476] 
the o logians 

[ojlttn, above] out spokenness foliate 

[Okn, p. 475] oleate 

spoliate 



702 



TRIPLE KHYMES, 61 out 



bi foliate 


oleine! 


cen ti folious 


^x foliate 


[ollan, above] 


ro tun di folious 


per foliate 




as per i folious 


tri foliate 


holily 


ten u i folious 


in ter foliate 


lowlily 




as per i foliate 


un holily 


wholesomely 






[olsiim, p. 478] 


foliates 


holiness 




[ollat, above] 


[oini, above] 


dolesomeness 






[olsum, p. 478] 


Jolein or 


folio? 




toleine 


olio? 


drolleries 


Joleon 


[olyo, p. 479] 


[olitrT, above] 


Mon golian 






Ja croleine 


foliose 


om 


Bag nolian 


oleose? 


somatist 


E olian or 




di plomatist 


M olian 


folios? 




Cre olean 


[61! o, above] 


somatists 


tna poleon 




di plomatists 


uE tolian 


na poleon 




Pac tolian 


[oMn, above] 


comatous 


met a bolian 




glau comatous? 


Cap i tolian 


doliumil 


a romatous 




loliumJl 


car ci nomatous? 


Mon golians 


scholiumil 


ste a tomatous? 


[oMn, above] 


pe troleum|| 








nomial 


scholia!! 


scholiums 


bi nomial 


[ollum, below] 


[oltum, above] 


tri nomial 






pol y nomial 


holiest 


folious 


quad ri nomial 


[Oir, p. 477] 


coleusll 


mul ti nomial 


^scholiast 


oleous 






plan i folious 


foamiest 



TRIPLE RHYMES, OIH 6p 



703 



[Ontf, p. 480] 


Ne ronian 


i doneous 


ten coin last 


Smith sonian 


sym phonious 




Bos tonian 


eu phonious 


cliromium|| 


Dal tonian 


fe lonious 


en cpmiuinll 


Ca tonian 


liar monions 




New tonian 


er roneous 


on 


Plu tonian 


ul troneousf 


donative? 


T)e vonian 


in liar monions 


conative 


Fa vonian 


un liar monious 




Scla vonian or 


al i monious 


co lonial 


Sla vonian 


quer e monious 


ba ronial 


be zonian 


cer e monious 


cer e monial 


Cal e donian 


ac ri monious 


mat ri monial 


Mac e donian 


par si monious 


pat ri monial 


myr mi donian 


an ti monious 


an ti monial 


Pat a gonian 


sane ti monions 


tea ti monial 


Cat a Ionian 






Ab e Ionian 


loneliness 


cer e monials 


Bab y Ionian 


onlinessf 


tes ti monials 


Lye a onian 






Sic y onian 


bonuses 


Si donian or 


stu ri onian 


[onus, p. 482] 


Zi donian 


Cic e ronian 


tpronenesses 


Gor gonian 


Am .a zonian 


tonne's, p. 482] 


Ba conian 


Lac e de monian 




Dra conian 


[onyan, p. 482] 


op 


La conian 




Ce cropian 


che Ionian 


Si donians! 


cor nopean 


Am monian 


[Oman, above] 


Eu ropean? 


de monian 




E sopian 


Brn nonian 


boniest, &c. 


U topian 


Pan nonian 


[Onl, p. 481] 


E thi opian 


\ oniaii 






I onian 


stoniness 


cor nopeans 


IIu ronian 


[onl, p. 481] 


[oplan, above] 



704 



TEIPLE RHYMES, 6p Or 



U topia 


borable 


tex torial 


cor nu copia 


a dorable 


tu torial 




de plorable 


seign iorial 


soapiest, &c. 


re storable 


im me morial 


[opt, p. 483] 




in cor poreal 




a dorably 


pro fes sorial 


ropily 


de plorably 


in ses sorial 


[opt, p. 483] 




sen a torial 




ex plorative 


pur ga torial 


ropiness 


re storative 


ed i torial 


[opt, p. 483] 


un ex plorativet 


mon i torial 






e qua torial 


hopingly 


boardable 


gral la torial 


slopingly 


fordable 


di rec torial 


[op, p. 113] 




ter ri torial 




boreal 


con sis torial 


mopishly 


Joriel 


die ta torial 


[opish, p. 483] 


en chorial 


am bas sa dorial 




ar morial 


gla di a torial ar 


popishness 


me morial 


glad i a torial 


[optsh, p. 483] 


ma norial 


me di a torial 




ux orial 


in quis i torial 


ap propriate 


cor poreal 


leg is la torial 


im propriate 


cur serial 


gu ber na torial 


in ap propriate 


ra serial 


pro cu ra torial 




ri sorial 


vis i ta torial 


popery 


cen sorial 




ropery 


scan sorial 


me morials 




spon sorial 


[orial, above] 


or 


ton sorial 




storages 


men torial 


Jchorionll 


[onlj, p. 483] 


pic torial 


Jmorionjl 




rap torial 


cen sorian 


orally 


rec torial 


his torian 


[Orni, below] 


sue torial 


prse torian ar 



TRIPLE RHYMES, Or 



705 



pre torian 


glorying, &c. 


cen sorious 


sten torian 


[orf, p. 485] 


no torious 


hy per borean 




ster torious 


sen a torian 


hoarily 


sue torious 


pur ga torian 


[drT, p. 485] 


us torioust 


con sis torian 


torally 


vie torious 


val e die torian 


[oral, p. 483] 


mer i torious 


sa In ta torian 








hoariness 


forcible 


his torians 


[Orf, p. 485] 


|en f orceable or 


[orlan, above] 




en forcible 




a doringly 


di vorcible or 


scoriall 


[Orthg, p. 485] 


Jdi vorceable 


me moria|| 




[ors, p. 115] 


a poria|| 


chorionll 




ern poriall 


[orfSn, above] 


courtable 


[Orlum, below] 




portable 


Vic toriall 


em poriumll 


ex portable 




sen soriumll 


im portable 


boreas] 


cas toreumll 


com portable 


[orms, below] 


pre torium or 


re portable 




pro? toriumll 


sup portable 


hoariest, &c. 




un portable 


[ori, p. 485] 


em poriums 


un re portable 




[orlum, above] 


in sup portable or 


glorify 




un sup portable 


scorify 


Jboreasll 




storifyf 


giorious 


in sup portabty 




scorioust 


[Ortabl, above] 


glorified 


ar boreous 




[ortfl, above] 


la borious 


sportingly 




in glorious 


re portingly 


scorifies 


vain glorious 


[Ort, p. 115] 


[OrffI, above] 


ux orious 






up roarious 


portliest, &c. 



TRIPLE RHYMES, 5r Ot 



[ortir, p. 487] ne gotiate? cor rosivenesS 

as sociate? [osiv, p. 490] 
courtliness dis sociate? 

[ortlf, p. 487] con sociate? boastingly 

re-as sociate? [ost, p. 117] 
courteously? 
[ortyus, p. 487] as sociates? ot 

[oshiat, above] sac er dotally 
choruses [otal, p. 491] 

[orus, p. 488] notional 

e motional totalness 

porously [oshun, p. 488] [otal, p. 491] 
[orus, p. 488] un de votional 

boatable 
quotable 
notable? 
potable 
tot, P- 117] 



so norousness 
[6ms, p. 488] 



motionist 
notionist 
le motionestf 

gloriously? [oshun, p. 488] 
[orms, above] de votionist 

no toriousness? notionists 

[orms, above] [oshunist, above] 

OS pre cociously 

ne gotiated?, &c. [oshus, p. 489] 
[oshfit, p. 488 ; 

osMat, below] a trociousness 

[oshus, p. 489] 
sociable? 

ne gotiable? docible? 

as sociable? 
un sociable? 



notables? 
potables 

dotaryf 

Jmotory 

notary 

otary 

rotary 

votary 



notaries 

in docible? [otitrT, above] 
cor rosible 

notedly 

sociably? ex plosively [ot, p. 117] 
oshabl, above] [oslv, p. 490] ' 



KftYMES, 6t lid 



de votedness 


re posedness 


Gobelin 


[Ot, p. 117] 


in dis posedness 


|my robalan or 




dis com posed- 


Jmy robolan 


rotiform 


ness 




scrotiform 


[Ozd, p. 120] 


liobblingly 






[obi, p. 495] 


dotingly 


roseal?t 




floatingly 


am brosial? 


obolus|| 


[ot, p. 117] 




[obi & us?] 




am brosia?!! 




lotuses! 


[ozhii, p. 494] 


bobbery 


^notices 




jobbery 


[Otus, p. 492] 


tprosaist? 


robbery 




prosiest 


slobbery 


Ov 


[ozl, p. 494] 


snobbery 


jovial 






sy novial 


cozily or 


robberies 




cosily 


[obuii, above] 


oz 


prosily 




Mosaism? 




od 


prosaism 


doziness 


goddesses 




coziness! 


[odisez, below] 


Mosaisms? 


prosiness 




prosaisms 


rosiness 


modestly 






im modestly 


closable 


posingly 


o ver modestly 


de posable 


dis posingly 




dis posable 


im posingly 


codify? 


im posable 




modify 


op posable 


5b 




sup posable 


lobbiest 


codified? 




^lobbyist 


modified 


dis posedness 


nobbiest 




ex posedness 


[Sbl, p. 495] 


codifies? 


.corn posedness 




modifies 



TRII'LK KTIYMES, Oil ttl* 



nodical 

me thodical 

[Sdlk, p. 497] 

im me thodical 

un me thodical 



cop rophagous 
e sophagus or 
oe sophagusl| 
phy tophagous 
pan tophagous 
rhi zophagous 
bodices! o phi ophagousf 
Jgoddesses ich thy ophagous 
[odls, p. 497] an thro popha- 

gous 
oddity 
com modity 



prophasis|| 
a pcpliasisj 
Ja pophysisj) 
thy pophysisll 

a pophygy 
[Of ajl, above] 

sophicalf 
phil o sophical 
un phil o sophical 



dis com modityf 



an drophagi?H 
sar cophagi?|| 
03 sophagi?|| 

oddities ich thy ophagi?)| 
[odftt, above] an thro pophagi?|| 



en dophyllous? 
ma crophyllous? 
mi crophyllous? 
mo nophyllous? 
ex ophyllous? 

foddering, &c, sar cophagy hy pophyllous? 

[odfir, p. 498] Ja pophygy ad e nophyllous? 

pan tophagy car y ophyllous? 

modular ich thy ophagy myr i ophyllous? 

nodular an thro pophagy co le ophyllous? 

het er ophyllous? 

6f pan tophagist 

sar cophagan ich thy ophagist coffining 1 , &c. 

zo ophagan [ofTn, p. 499] 

cop rophagan pan tophagists 

ich thy ophagists a pophysisjj 

sar cophagans [of iisfe, above] 

[of agan, above] the ophany 

[SfonT, below] sophister 

an drophagous [of ^st & her?] 

sar cophagous prophases?|| 
sar cophagusll [Sfa'sTs, below] softening 1 , &c. 
20 ophagous ^prophecies? [oflh, p. 499J 



TRIPLE KIIYMKS, t>f 5g* 



bron chophony mo nogamists 
ca cophony [ogamlst, above] 
co lopkony? 

Jthe ophany phe nogamous or 

Jsa tan ophany plise nogarnous 

mo nogamous 

ca cophonies cryp togamous 
[ofonl, above] ae the ogamous 
phan e rogamous 
cry ophorusll 

zo ophorusf de rogativet 

py rophorus|| pre rogative 

py rophorous in ter rogative 

pte rophorus]| 

ta can thopherous boggiest, &c. 

[5gl, p. 500] 
offering 1 , &c. 
[Sf fir, p. 499] foggily 

cofferer 1 
offerer 1 
profferer 1 [6gT, p. 500] 

cofferers 1 hoggishly 

[Sffirur, above] [ogtsh, p. 500] 

bg 1 doggishness 1 

mo nogamy [ogtsh, p. 500] 
mi sogamy 

cryp togamy cos mogony 
deu ter ogamy ge ogony 

the ogony 
mo nogamist 

l, above] cos mogonies 

[ogonl, above] 
40 



[5gt, p. 500] 
grogginess 



pseu dography 

hy drography 

chal cography 

mi crography 

cos mography 

psal mography 

ich nography 

see nography 

ste nography 

bi ography 

ge ography 

my ography 

zo ography 

ty pography 

to pography 

ho rography 

chi rography 

cho rography 

glos sography 

or thography 

li thography 

au tography 

phy tography 

pho tography 

cryp tography 

as trography 

lex i cography 

met al lography 

an e mography 

steg a nography 

ad e nography 

sel e nography 

u ra nography 

an gi ography 

ha gi ography 



710 



TRIPLE RHYMES, &g &k 



bib li ography 


6j 


moccasins 


ste re ography or 


logical 




ster e ography 


[ojtk, p. 501] 


docketed, &c. 


hi e rography 


il logical 


[okSt, p. 502] 


his to ri ogra- 


ap a gogical 




phy 


syn a gogical 


rockiest, &c. 




an a logical 


[okl, p. 502] 


chi rographist 


[aloft p. 626] 




pho tographist 


ge o logical 


Joccamy or 


Pgraff, above] 


sym bol ogical 


ochimy or 




[olojl, p. 712] 


ockcmy 


pho tographists 




ca cochymy? 


[SgritfTst, above] 


progeny 






an drogyne?||f 


mockingly 1 


bi ographies 


ho mogenyt 


shockingly 


[ogrilflf, above] 


mi sogyny 


[ok, p. 122] 


hy drographer 


en dogenous 


de mocracy 


ge ographer 


an drogynous 


mo nocracy 


[Sgrafif, above] 


an drogynusjjt 


the ocracy 




a erogenous 


thy pocrisy 


hy drographers 


ha logehous 


au tocracy 


[5grSf ftr, above] 


mo nogynous 


sta tocracy 




ex ogenous 


gyn e cocracy 


doggerel 


py rogenous 


id i ocrasy 


hoggerel 


oc togynous 


ar is tocracy 


taugury 


6k 


de mocracies 


doggery 1 


dockages 


[okrasi, above] 


groggery 


[okfij, p. 501] 




hoggery 




prochronism?f 


toggery 


bocasine?] 


i sochronism 




moccasin 




toggeries 




prochronisms?f 


[ogftrt, above] 


bocasines?H 


i sochronisms 



TRIPLE RHYMES, ok ol 711 

toxical [okyiipl, above] ac knowledg- 

par a doxical un occupied ment or 

ac knowledge- 

doctorsliip nocuousf ment 

proctorship in nocuous [olej & meant?] 

[6k & you & us?] 

doctorships squalidest, &c. 

proctorships 61 [olid, p. 505] 

Jpollenine 

crockery solanine solidly 

mockery 1 [olid, p. 505] 
rockery co rollary? 

[olurr, p. 718] squalidness 

crockeries [olid, p. 605] 
[okurf, above] i dolatry 

cos molatry mollient? 

jocular py rolatry [oly^nt, p. 507] 
locular he li olatry 

ocular Ma ri olatry jolliest 

bi locular de mon olatry volleyest 
tri locular 

bi nocular i dolatries qualify 

mo nocular [ola'trt, above] mollify 

mult ocular dis qualify 

u ni locular i dolater un qualifyf 

mul ti locular Jki loliter? 

Jhec toliter? qualified 

flocculent he li olater [olifl, above] 
poculentf Ma ri olater 

mollifies 

occupy i dolaters [ollfl, above] 
pre occupy [ola'tur, above] 

re occupy Jfollicle 

colature? colical 

occupied $politure?f sym bolical 



*J18 TRIPLE RHYMES, ft! 


[511k, p. 505] 


im politic [olojiz, above] 




un politicf 




frolicking, &c. 




sym bology 


[ollk, p. 505] 


jollity 


pseu dology 




quality 


den drology 


frolicsome or 


polity 


psy chology 


frolicksome 


e quality 


eu chology 


[Silk & sum?] 


fri volity 


phi lology 




in e quality 


cos mology 


de molishing, &c. 


co e quality 


spas mology 


[olish, p. 505] 




phre nology 




jollities 


cliro nology 


polishment 


[olltr, above] 


me nology 


[olish, p. 505] 




splanch nology 




mollitude 


bi ology 


polisher 


solitude 


dox ology 


[Sltsh, p. 505] 




ge ology 




mollitudes 


my ology 


polishers 


solitudes 


the ology 


[ollshur, above] 




zo ology 




hollowest 


a pology 


solecism 


swallowest 


tro pology 


ca tholicism 


[515, p. 500] 


ho rology 


Ro man-Ca thol- 




neu rology 


icism 


wallowing, &c. 


do sologyf 




[515, p. 506] 


no sology? 


solecisms 




po sology 


[olMzm, above] 


ge ologize 


an thology 




the ologize 


e thology 


Tri politan 


a pologize 


my thology 


Ne a politan 


my thologize 


pa thology 


cos mo politan 


as trologize 


phy tology 


met ro politan 


[olojt, below] 


cryp tology 






on tolofy 


politic 


a pologizcd 


tau tology 



TRIPLE KIIYMES, ol &1T1 



713 



as trology 


a pologies 


Jsolvible 


me trology 


[olojt, above] 


ab solvable? 


am phi bology 




in solvable 


phar ma cology 


Jsock dolager* 


un solvable 


et y mology 


phi lologer 


dis solvable or 


phys i ology 


chro nologer 


tdis solvible 


ha gi ology 


as trologer 


in dis solvable 


ar cha? ology or 


[olojf, above] 




ar chai ology 




re solvedly 


i con ology? 


as trologers 


ir re solvedly 


de mon ology? 


[olojtir, above] 


[Slv, p. 123] 


ich thy ology 






e ti ology or 


colony 


in volvedness 


ae.ti ology? 


polony? 


[olv, p. 123] 


os te ology 






en ter ology 


colonies 


solvency 


mar tyr ology 


polonies? 


[olvBnt, p. 506] 


a er ology 






pkra se ology 


follower 


soluble 


an thro pology 


hollower 


voluble 


or ni thology 


[510, p. 506] 


in soluble 


ter a tology 




un solublet 


ar is tology 


followers 




pneu ma tology 


[olour, above] 


volubly 


so ma tology? 




[olyubl, above] 


me te or ology 


scolloping, &c. 




ap o neu rology 


[olop, p. 500] 


e molument 






[ol & you & 


sym bologist 


volery 


meant?] 


ge ologist 


Jco rollary? 




myr i ologist 




6m 


[oloji, above] 


voleries 


lo gomachy 




|co rollaries? 


mo nomachy 


ge ologists 




sci omachy 


pflOj&t, above] 


solvable or 


the omachy 



40* 



714 



TRIPLE RHYMES, 



mo nomachist 


homily 


ab dominaj[ 


[5ma*kl, above] 


Ja nomaly 


phe nomena or 






phae nomcnaj 


mo nomachists 


homilies 


prol e gomenal] 


[oma'kfet, above] 


Ja noinalies 








phe nomenon or 


lo gomachies 


dominate 


phse nomenon |] 


[ftma'kl, above] 


nominate 


prol e .goinenonil 




ominatct 




a nomaly 


a bominate 


dominusll 


[5mm, below] 


pre dominate 


^commonness 




de nominate 


ominous 


ho momalous 


pre nominate 


ab dominous 


a nomalous 


pre ominate 


tun commonness 


comata?!) 


dominates 


Ma hometan 


[oma, p. 479] 


[omlnat, above] 


Jau tomaton|| 


au tomata|| 








dominance 


Ma hometans 


au tomatonll 


^prominence 


Jau tomatons 


[omMn, below] 


pre dominance 








comity 


glau comatous? 


dominant 


Je nomoty 


sar comatous 


tpromincnt 




car ci nomatous? 


pre dominant 


comities 


ste a tomatous? 


sub dominant 


|e nomoties 


domical 


nominal 


o dometry 


comical 


ab dominal 


hy drometry 


[omlk, p. 507] 


bi nominal 


hy grometry 


cox comical 


plie nomenal 


ge ometry 


quad ri nomical 


cog nominal 


ho rometry 


zo o tomical 


tri nominal 


py rometry 


neu ro tomical 


inul ti nominal 


an e mometry 






trig o nometry 



TRIPLE RHYMES, 



715 



ster e ometry de spondency bonniest, &c. 

a er ometry [ondns, p. 509] [ont, p. 510] 
ap o me cometry 

condiment chronical 

ge ometries [onde & meant?] [orrfk, p. 510] 



[omftrl, above] 
ponderatef 
o dometer pre ponderate 
[tirnftrt, above] e qui ponderate 
pe dometer 
den drometer ponderance 
mi crometer [5nd(lrat, above] 


tchronicle 
^monachal 
syn chronical 
ca nonical 
i ronical 
thra sonical 
pla no conical 



Id lometer? 

ther mometer pondering, &c. ca nonicals 

chro nometer [ondftr, p. 509] [Snfca'l, above] 
ge ometer 

ha rometer wanderer me tonymy 

hectometer? [tfndur, p. 509] [Snonrf, below] 

as trometer 

an e mometer wanderers ho monymous 

[ondftrftr, above] a nonymous 

mi crorneters par onymous 

[omitdr, above] honestly syn onymous 

dis honestly 

commonness o ver honestly as tonishing, &c. 
[omtnus, above] [ontsh, p. 511] 

sonneted, &c. 
[on^t, p. 509] 



glomerate 

ag glomerate 

con glomerate 

ttn 

donative 
Jmonitive 



monishmentf 
ad monishmentt 
onfalon pre monishment 
as tonishment 



Gonfalon 

gonfalons 
Gonfalons 



monishmentsf 
[onlshme'nt, 
above] 



716 TRIPLE RHYMES, Oil Op 

[opt, p. 514] 



monislier e conomists 

[SnMi, p. 511] [onoinist, above] 

monishers e conomies 

[onfshur, above] [onoml, above] 



clironogram 
monogram 

chronograms 
monograms 

e conomize 
Jsyn onymize 
as tronoraize 

e conomized 
[ftnomlz, above] 



sponsible 
re sponsible 
ir re sponsible 

constantly 
[onstant, p. 513] 

monument 
[on & you & 
meant?] 

op 

al lopathy 
the opathy 



chi ropodist 
Jor thopedist 

dii ropodists 
IOT thopedists 

cos mopolile 
me tropolitef 

cos mopolites 
me tropolitesf 

a cropolis|| 
ne cropolisjl 
me tropolis|| 

mo nopolist 
my ropolistt 



e conomy 

$ho monymy 

Jsyn onymy ho me opathy or 

tax onomy ho moa opathy mo nopolists 

au tonomy e nan ti opathy [opolTst, above] 

Jme tonymy 

as tronomy copiest 

gas tronomy Jcopyist 

me tronomy sloppiest 

Deu ter onomy [5pt, p. 514] 



id i opathy phar ma copolist 



dropsical 
au topsical 



e conomist topical 

Jsyn onymist tropical 

gas tronomist [opik, p. 515] 
Deu ter onomist 

copier 



optical 
syn optical 
au topticalf 

di optrical 
ca toptrical 



TRIPLE RHYMES, 6p 6r 717 

operate [5r81, p. 517] ^quarantines? 
Jsoporatet isorrily 

co operate warrener 

moralist [ormur, below] 
operates [orelest, below] 

[optirfft, above] forester 

quarantine? Jchorister 

copperas [or^nten, below] 

Joperousf foresters 

Jsoporous oracle ^choristers 

[orlkal, below] 

foppery floridest 

coppery orator|| [orld, p. 517] 

tme moriter) 

coppering, &c. floridly 

[opilr, p. 516] JBorrelist [ortd, p. 517] 

quarrelest 

operose [6rel, p. 517] horridness 

tsoporose Jmoralist [orld, p. 517] 

[orelists, below] 

copulate horrider 

populate quarrelet [orld, p. 517] 

de populate [orol^t, below] Jcorridor|| 

populates Borrelists ar boriform 

[opytilSt, above] Jmoralists [arifarm, p. 644] 

[orele'st, above] 

populous horrify 

scopulousf florences torrefy 

[orgns, p. 517] cor porifyt 

or 1 [o, p. x] his torifyf 

corallite Florentine? 

IVoraulite tquarantine? horrified 

[orifl, above] 
morally Florentines? 



718 TKIPLE RHYMES, &r 6s 

loricate au thority [orotir, above] 
rhe toricatef inel iority?f 

sen iority or corollet 

loricates se ni ority Jquarrelct 
rhe toricatesf in fe ri ority 

sii pe ri ority corollcts 

tcoracle an te ri ority Jquarrelets 
toracle pos te ri ority 

tauricle 6s 

his torical ma jorities posseting, &c. 

rhe torical [orltl, above] [oset, p. 518] 
cat e gorical 

or a torical quarrier washiest, &c. 

[orlk, p. 517] sorrier [osM, p. 519] 

warrior? 

rhe toricals docible? 

[orikal, above] quarriers possible 

warriors? in docible? 

sorrily cog noscible 

[orall, above] horizon?f im possible 

orison 

foreigner possibly 

Jcoroner horizons?! [oslbl, above] 
lorinert orisons 

twarrener glossiest 1 , &c. 

sorrowing, &c. [osl, p. 519] 
foreigners [ord, p. 518] 

[orlhu'r, above] focillalcf 

coroner oscillate 
chorister [orlnilr, above] 

[orgsttir, above] focillatesf 

borrower oscillates 
ma j ority [oro, p. 518] 

mi nority i sosceles?|| 

pri ority borrowers [osll & ez?] 



TRIPLE RHYMES, 58 



719 



docilest? 


spi nosity " u roscopyf 


Jfossilist 


fe rocity u ra noscopy 


[osH, p. 519] 


mo rosityt deu ter oscopy 




po rosity a er oscopy 


glossily 1 


se rosity met o poscopy 


Jsaucily 


scir rhosity ab dom i noscopy 




mon strosity 


wassailing, &c. 


a trocity phi losophize 


Poll, p. 519] 


ten e brosity the osophize 




pen du losity 


docilerf 


an gu losity phi losophized 


wassailer 


tu mu losity the osophized 




scru pu losity 


dressiness 1 


fab u losity phi losophy 


[osf, p. 519] 


sab u losity the osophy 




an i mosity an thro posophy 


docity* 


e bri osity 


gib bosity 


ni dor osity phi losophist 


glo bosity 


pon der osity the osophist 


ver bosity 


ca ri osity chi rosophist 


no dosity 


cu ri osity 


fun gosity 


vi ti osity phi losophists 


jo cosity 


tor tu osity [osofist, above] 


mus cosity 


unc tu osity 


pre cocity 


vir tu osity phi losophies 


vis cosity 


gen er osity [osofi, above] 


a quosity 


rec i procity 


gu losityt 


im po rosity phi losophism 


cal losity 


ac e tosity the osophism 


pi losity 


im pet u osity 


ve locity 


phi losophisms 


gum mosityt 


ve locities the osophisms 


plu mosity 


[osltl, above] 


car nosity 


tBosporus|| 


cri nosityf 


mi croscopy prosperous 



720 TRIPLE RHYMES, 

tin prosperous 6t hy drotical 

cottages an ec dotical 

costated [otSj, p. 522] [otlk, p. 523] 
a postatedf 

cottager Jcottonoust 

ac costable potagerf knottiness 

[astlbl, p. 645] [otl, p. 523] 

cottagers Jrottenness 
tcaustical potagersf 

a crostical 1 cottises 

notable? [otls, p. 523] 
frostily 1 al lottable 

Jhostilely sottishly 

hip po potamusll [otlsh, p. 523] 
Jhosteler? [otomtis, below] 

postiler or sottishnees 

postiller botany [otlsh, p. 523] 

[otonl, below] 

postilers! Jbotanist 

[Qstfltlr, above] botanist cottonest 

[Stnest, below] rottenest 

costively 1 

[ostTv, p. 521] wrathfully? cottony 

[otlifijl, p. 522] [otonl, below] 
costiveness 1 

[ostTv, p. 521] slothfulness rottenness 

[othful, p. 522] [otlnes, above] 
rostrated 

[ostrSt, p. 521] (tR) phle botomize 

fothering di chotomize 
pre posterous [otRiir, p. 522] 

[osttir & us?] phle botomized 

knottiest, &c. [otomlz, above] 
co lossuses [oti, p. 523] 

[5sus, p. 522] scotomy 



TRIPLE RHYMES, 6t Oia 721 


phle botomy Jbotany 


[5zft, p. 525] 


an drotomy bottony 




chon drotomy Jcottony 


positive 


bron chotomy mo notony 


dis positivef 


di chotomy 


com positive 


tri chotorny Jbotanies 


op positive 


des motomy mo notonies 


post positive 


sple notomy 


pre positive 


te notomy |cottonousf 


sup positive 


zo otomy ho motonous 




a potome?]| mo notonous 


de positorj 


neu rotomy 


dis positorlj 


tar sotomy lottery 


ex positorll 


li thotomy pottery 


com positor|j 


phy totomy slotteryf 


pre positor 


cys totomy totteryf 


o vi positorJ! 


gas trotomy al lottery! 





phar yn gotomy 


oia 


lar yn gotomy tottering, &c. 


voyages 


syr in gotomy [otilr, p. 524] 


[oiffj, p. 525] 


ich thy otomy 




os te otomy lotteries 


oia 


ar te ri otomy [ottirl, above] 


loyally 




royally 


phle botomist 5v 


dis loyally 


[otoml, above] tgrovelest! 




hovelest! 


Jloyalest 


phle botomists novelest 


[oiffl, p. 525] 


[Stomtst, above] {novelist 


loyalist 




royalist 


di chotomous hoveling!, &c. 




tri chotomous [Svel, p. 525] 


loyalists 


ax otomous 


royalists 


Jhip po potamusjl 5z 




de posited, &c. 


loyalty 



41 



722 TRIPLE RHYMES, Ola COS 

royalty toyishness ool 

dis loyalty [oilsh, p. 527] foolery 

vice royalty schooleryt 

oil 

loyalty's oiliest, &c. oom 

royalties [oilf, p. 527] gloomiest, &c. 
[oialtl, above] [ooml, p. 532] 

oin 

oili pointedly gloomily 

en joyable [oint, p. 131] [ooml, p. 532] 
em ployable 
de stroyable dis jointedness roominess 

[oint, p. 131] [ooml, p. 532] 
old 

voidable ois oon 

a voidable roistering, &c. buf foonery 

un a voidable [oistur, p. 529] co coonery 

pol troonery 

cy cloidian boisterous [oonrT, p. 533] 

cri noidean [oistur & us?] 
hy oidean buf f ooneries 

oit [oontirl, above] 

cy cloidians loitering, &c. 
[oidJ&n, above] [oitur, p. 529] oor 

As turian? 

co noidical ood Mis sourian 

sphe roidical moodiest, &c. 

[oodl, p. 530] As turians? 

em broidering, Mis sourians 

&c. ool 

[oidur, p. 526] cooingly boorishly 

wooingly [oorlsh, p. 534] 
oil [oo, p. 132] 

boyishly oos 

[otfsh, p. 527] loosenesses 



TRIPLE RHYMES, OOS OUU 723 

[oosngs, p. 534] ooz [oul, p. 140] 

choosable 

oot losable oun 

sootiest?, &c. un losable poundages 

[oott, p. 535] [oundffj, p. 539] 

OUil 

oov al lowances soundable 

movable or [ouans, p. 537] com poundable 
moveable 

provable! oua. boundary 

im movable! plowable or Jfoundery 

un movable! ploughable 

ap provable! al lowable boundaries 

' dis provable! a vowable Jfounderies 

im provable! . dis al lowable 
re provable! un al lowable un boundedly 
ir re movable! [ounde'd, p. 539] 

un re movable! a vowably 

un im provable! [ouiibl, above] con foundedness 
ir re provable! [ounded, p. 539] 

un re provable! oud 

dowdyish boundlessly 
movably or rowdyish [oundlSs, p. 539] 

moveably 

[oova"bl, above] ou groundlessness 

al lowedly [oundlSs, p. 539] 
ap provedly a vowedly 

[oovd, p. 138] foundery 

boweling or [oundfirl, above] 
re movedness bowelling, &c. 
[oovd, p. 138] [ouel, p. 538] floundering, &c. 

[ound&r, p. 540] 
movingly oul 

ap provingly growlingly downiest, &c. 

[oovlng, p. 536] scowlingly [omrf, p. 540] 



724 TEIPLE RHYMES, OUU ttb 



clownishness ovifi [u81I, &c., below] 

[ounlsh, p. 540] flowerful 

powerful Jfluency 

countable truancy 
mountable bowery [Mnt, p. 544] 
ac countable dowery 

dis countable flowery ua 

sur mountable lowery suable 

un ac countable showery es chewable 

in sur mountable towery sub duable 

un sur mountable re newable 

cowering, &c. pur suable 

un ac countably [outir, p. 543] re viewable 
[ountabl, above] 

dowerless lib 

out flowerless Nubian 

doughtiest, &c. powerless Da nubian 

[outf, p. 543] showerless Mar rubian 

doughtily ouz Nubians 
goutily drowsiest, &c. [ubtan, above] 

fouzt, p. 544] 

doughtiness cubiform 

droughtiness drowsily rubiform 

goutiness [ouzT, p. 544] tubiform 

doubtingly lousiness cubical 

floutingly [ouzl, p. 544] che rubical? 
poutingly 

ua dubious 

doubtlessly brewages? rubious?! 

de voutlessly [naj, p. 544] in dubious 

clouterlyf ua lubricate 

outerly dually, &c. rubricate? 



TRIPLE KHYMES, ftb tt& 



lubricates 


ud 


studious 


rubricates? 


de ludable 


pre ludioust 




[iidTbl, below] 


un studious 


lubrical 




o ver studious 


rubrical? 


feudary or 






feodary 


us 


lu gubrious 


tprudery? 


re newedness 


sa lubrious 




[uldngs, below] 




feudaries! 




subulate 


[ndc'lrl, above] 


Jdualist 


tubulate 




duelest or 




pudency 


duellest 


suberate 


con cludencyt 


Jduelist or 


ex tuberatef 




Jduellist 


pro tuberate 


Jde ludable 


jewelest! 




e ludible 


cruelest! 


suberates 


un con cludible 




[uburSt, above] 




tdually 




ab judicate 


cruelly? 


ex tuberauco 


ad judicate 




pro tuberance 


pre judicate 


jeweling! 


ex uberance 




[agl, p. 546] 




lat i tudinal 




ex tuberant 


Ion gi tudinal 


tdualness 


[uburans, above] 


at ti tudinal 


cruelness? 


suberose? 


pa ludinous 


duelerf or 


tuberose? 


lat i tudinous 


duellert 




mul ti tudinous 


fuelerlf 


puberty 




jeweler! 


liberty! 


crudity? 


crueler?! 




nudity 




suberous 




jewelers! 


tuberous 


crudities? 


[G.e'ltlr, above] 


uberousf 


nudities 





726 



tTEIPLE RHYMES, fte ftm 



fluency 


con ti guity 


Her culean? 


[uanst, p. 724] 


con spi cuityf 


A pulian? or 




per spi cuity 


Ap pulian? 


at 


in ge nuity 


ce rulean? 


fluidness 


con ti nuity 


Ge tulian? or 


tre newedness 


per pe tuity 


Gse tulian? 




in di vi duityt 


[ulyan, p. 549] 


lewises 


dis con ti nuity 




[ills, p. 547] 




ere dulity 




fruitive?f 


se dulityf 


Jewishly 


in tuitive 


gar rulity? 


[nish, p. 547] 




in ere dulity 




an nuities 




shrewishness? 


[ttltl, above] 


mulier?|l 


[alsh, p. 547] 




pe culiar? 




cir cuitous 




suicide 


fa tuitous 


mulierly?f 


[01 & aid?] 


for tuitous 


pe culiarly? 




gra tuitous 




an nuitant 


pi tuitous 


um 


SU per fluitantf 




in humated, &c. 




nj 


[iimfit, p. 549] 


con gruity 


la nuginous 




cir cuity 


e ruginous? or 


humanize 


va cuity 


SB ruginous? 


[umlnlz, below] 


an nuity 


fer ruginous? 




te nuity 


sal suginousf 


humanist 


fa tuity 




tin humancst 


for tuity 


uk 


til luminest 


gra tuity 


luculent teat e chumenistf 


as si duity 


muculent 


[union, p. 549] 


su per fluity 


truculent? 




in con gruity 




con sumable 


ani bi guity 


ni 


pre sumable 


ex i guity 


Julian? 


re sumable 



TRIPLE RHYMES, flttl 



727 



in con sumable f umingly 

con sumingly 

pre surnably [tim, p. 146] 
[iimabl, above] 

ad buminose? 

quad ruuianous le guminose 
[iimmus, below] a cuminose 



al bumenize 
[Umtniz, below] 

humidest 
[amid, p. 550] 

Jhumanatef 

ruminate? 

a cuminate 

ca cuminate 

il luminate 

bi tuminate 

teat e chumenate 

ruminates? 
, above] 



il luminest 
[ftmantst, above] 



fluminous 

luminous 

al buminous 

le guminous 

a cuminous 

a luminous 

tri luminous 

' vo luminous 

tquad rumanous 

ce ruminous? 

bi turninous 

tin liumaner 
al luminer 
il luminer 

cumulate 
tumulatef 
ac cumulate 



t humanize cumulates 

|al bumenize [umul&t, above] 
il luminize 

bi tuminize humuli?[| 

[umulus, below] 
bi tuminized 
[ummlz, above] cumulose? 



plumulose? 
tumulose? 

humulusj 
cumulusll 
tumulusjl 

numerate 
an numerate 
e numerate 

humeral 
humoral? 
numeral 

humorest? or 
humourest? 
Ihumorist? 
rumorest?! 

plumery 
per f umery 

humoring?!, &c. 
[umur, p. 550] 

humerusll 

numerous 

rumorous?f 

tumorousf 

humorous? 

grumousness? 
[umus, p. 550] 



728 



TRIPLE RHYMES, tin CU* 



tin unities 


tir 


tunable [unltf, above] 


pluralize 


im pugnable? 


ruralize? 


un tunable junior?l| 




punier 


pluralized 


cuniform 


ruralized? 


luniform funeratef 




uniform muneratef 


plurally 


re munerate 


[nrill, p. 552] 


tunicate 




Jeunuchatef re muneratea 


pluralist 


com municate [untirSt, above] 


ruralist? 


ex com municate 




tip 


pluralists 


com municates duplicate 


ruralists? 


[anlkat, above] in duplicate 




re duplicate 


pluralism 


funicle sub duplicate 


ruralism? 


tunicle quad ruplicate 




cen tuplicatef 


pluralisms 


funicles ses qui duplicate 


ruralisms? 


tunicles 




duplicates 


ruralness? 


unity [upllkat, above] 


[ural, p. 552] 


im munity 




com munity lupulus|| 


durable 


im punity scrupulous? 


curable 


dis unity 


en durable 


im por t unity re cuperate 


per durable?! 


op por tunity vi tuperate 


in curable 


in ter com mu- 


pro curable 


nity re cuperates 


ma nurable 


[upftrSt, above] 


un en durable 


punitive 




unitivef 


durably 



TRIPLE RHYMES, Ul* 



729 



[Orabl, above] 

curacy 

Jpleurisy 

ob duracy? 



luridly, &c. 
[iiredir, &c., 
above] 



in se curity 
im ma turity 
pre ma turity 



curacies 
[uriist, above] 

prurient? 

^luridly [tirfens, above] 
as suredly 

[ur, p. 148] muriform 

puriform 
Jluridness 
as suredness 



prurience? se curities 

par turiencef [tirftl, above] 
Jlux uriance 

durion 
tpa gurian 
de curion 
I Ar thurian 
I As turian? 
cen turion 
JEp i curean? 



muricate 
suricate 



:murices?|| 
pro curesses 
[urus, p. 554] 



al luringly 
[ur, p. 148] 



en duringness 
[ur, p. 148] 



muriate 
in f uriate 
lux uriate 

murices?|| 

in f uriatcs [uresez, above] 
, above] 

pleurisy 

au gurial [urast, above] 
mer curial 



cen turions 
[urmn, above] 

furious 
curious 
spurious 
sul phureous 
in jurious 
in curious 
pe nurious 
lux urious 
u surious 



cen turial 
seign eurial 

Ep i curean? 
[urliin, below] 

41* 



curiously? 
purity [lirffis, above] 
se curity 

im purity in juriousness? 
ob scurity [urlus, above] 
f u turity 
ma turity 



730 



TEIPLE RIIYMES, US fit 



US 


se ducible 


brutally? 


tra ducianist 


tra ducible 


Jfutilely 


[iishiinist, below] 


ir re ducible 








mutable 


con tri butionai 


cruciform? 


scrutableVt 


in sti tutional 


luciform 


suitable 


con sti tutional 


nuciform 


con f utable 






re f utable 


Jtra ducianist 


mucilage 


iin mutable 


JCon fucianist 


pucelage 


com mutable 


el o cutionist 




trans mutable 


ev o lutionist 


a busively 


dis put able? 


rev o lutionist 


[ilsTv, p. 55G] 


im putable 






com putable 


el o cutionists 


con duciveness 


in scr utable? 


[uslmrilst, 


[iislv, p. 556] 


un suitable 


above] 




ir re f utable? 




lusoryt 


un re cruitable? 


cv o lutionism 


in f usory 


in trans mutable 


[ushtmist, 


con clusoryf 


in dis putable? 


above] 


de lusory 


in com putable 




e lusory 




ex e cutioner 


il lusory 


mutably 


rev o lutioner 


col lusory 


[utabl, above] 




pre lusory 




ex e cutioners 




lutanist 


rev o lutioners 


at 


Jmutiniest? 




fruitages? 




crucible? 


[ntaj, p. 557] 


putative 


de ducible 




con futative 


e ducible 


brutali/c? 


com mutative 


in ducible 


Jutili/e 


ster nutative 


con ducible 




dis putative 


pro ducible 


brutalized? 


im putative 


re ducible 


^utilized 


re putative 



TRIPLE RHYMES, ftt llV 1 

[Qtflr, p. 559] 



re putedly f utilely 

p. 557] [utctll, above] 



glutinate 

ag glutinate 

con glutinate 

mutiny 
scrutiny? 

mutinies 
scrutinies? 

glutinous 

mutinous 

scrutinous?f 

beauteous? - 

duteous? 

un beauteous? 

un duteous? 



pol lutedness 
[tttSd, p. 557] 

youthfully? 
juthful, p. 557] 

truthfulness? 
[lithful, p. 557] 

ruthlessness? 
truthlessness? 

brutify? 
beautify, &c, 

beautiful 

dutiful 

un dutiful 



Jcuticle suitresses 

scor butical [utres, p. 558] 
[ntlk, p. 558] 

co ad jutrixes 
mutilate [utrtks, p. 558] 
rutilate?t 

tutoress 

mutilates [fit urns, below] 
rutilates?t 

fruitery? 

utilize pewtery 

z, above] 

mis tutoring, &c. 



butyrous 
Jfruiteress? 
^tutoress 
uterus|| 

fruiterer? 
feutererf 
pewterer 

fruiterers? 
feutererst 
pewterers 

beauteously? 
[utyus, p. 559] 

duteousness? 
[utyiis, p. 559] 

fiv 

ef fluviate 

di luviatet 

ex uviate 

ef fluviates 
[uvtat, above] 

fluvial 

pluvial 

ef fluvial 

al luvial 

di luvial 



tTRIPI.E RHYMES, ttV 



tab luvion 


[uzabl, above] 


fubberieS 


tal luvion 




shrubberies 


di luvian 


con f usedly 




* Jdi luvion 


a musedly 


ftci 


Ve suvian [ilz/'dnes, below] 


bloodiest 


Vi truvian? 




[lull, p. 562] 


post di luvian 


dif f usedness 




an te di luvian 


con f usedness 


muddying, &c. 




un usednesst 


[iidl, p. 562] 


ef flu via 1 


[uzd, p. 150] 




al luvia|| 




muddily 


di luviall 


fusion ist 


[udt, p. 562] 




ex clusionist 




ef fluviumll 


in trusionist? 


ruddiness 


[uvla, above] 


[uzlmn, p. 560] 


[udl, p. 562] 


pluvioust 


fusionists 


bloodier 


uveous 


[u zhuntst, above] 


studierf 


al luviousf 




[udt, p. 562] 




fusible 




1\z 


[uzabl, above] 


blood-sucker 


tfusible 




mud-sucker 


usable 


musical 




a busable 


im musical 


blood-suckers 


Jdif fusible 


un musical 


mud-suckers 


+in fusible 






con f usable 


ttb 


shuddering, &c. 


re f usable 


chubbiest, &c. 


[udur, p. 563] 


Jtrans fusible 


[tiW, p. 561] 




ac cusable 




uf 


ex cusable 


fubbery 


buffalo 


a musable 


shrubbery 


tzuffolo? 


in ex cusable 








blubbering, &c. 


buffaloes 


in ex cusably 


[ubdr, p. 562] 


Jzuffoloes? 



.ti UHYMES, iif ill ?38 

chufflest, &c. xi j re luctated, &c. 

[uff, p. 563] pudgiest, &c. [uktst, p. 567] 

[ujr, p. 565] 

chufflly ductible 

[tiff, p. 563] drudgingly con ductible 

grudgingly de structible 

huffiness [tijfog, p. 566] in structible 

[ivff, p. 563] in de structible 

uk 

puffingly luckiest, &c. pro ductively 

stuffingly [tiki, p. 566] [uktfv, p. 56S] 

huffishness luckily de structiveness 

[uffsh, p. 564] [tiki, p. 566] [tiktlv, p. 568] 

shufflingly pluckiness in structresses 

[ufl, p. 564] [tiki, p. 566] [uktrgs, p. 568] 

gruffnesses succory puckery 

[tifngs, p. 564] [iikfirt, below] tsuccory 

roughening, &c. fluxional puckering, &c. 

[tifn, p. 564] in ductional [ukdr, p. 568] 

in structional 

7Aiffolo? con structional til 

[ufalo, above] ullages 

fluxionist [ulfij, p. 568] 
ug de structionist 

buggiest, &c. con structionist tu multuous? 

[ugt, p. 565] [ukshun, p. 567] [iiltyatis, below] 

jugglingly fluxionists pro mulgating, 

[tigl, p. 565] [likshunlst, &c. 

above] [tilgat, p. 569] 



^34 TRIPLE RnYMES, til tlttl 

sullying, &c. com pulsiveness ac cumbency 
[uir, p. 569] [ulslv, p. 571] de cumbency 

dis cumbency 

in diligences de pulsoryt in cumbency 

[ulje'ns, p. 570] com pulsory re cumbency 

re pulsory 

fulgency plumbean 

in dulgency ultimate Co lumbian 

[ulje'ns, p. 570] pe nultiinate 

fumblingly 

in dulgently ultimates [umbl, p. 573] 

[ulje'nt, p. 570] pe nultimates 

Cumbrian 

sulcated in sultingly Umbrian 

in culcated ex ultingly North umbrian 

[ult, p. 155] 

bulkiest, &c. North umbriaus 

[tilkl, p. 570] a dultery [umbrian, above] 

Jde sultory?t 

bulkiness Jsub sultory slumbery 

sulkiness Jco lumbary? 

cultural 

fulminate flo ri cultural? slumbering, &c. 
culminate ag ri cultural [limbur, p. 574] 
Ipulmonate hor ti cultural 

numberless 

culminates tu multuous slumberless 

[ulmlnat, above] [ult & you & us?] 

cumbersome 

culpable scullery [umbfir & sum?] 

ex culpable |me dullary? 
in culpable slumberous 

tim [umbur & us?] 

con vulsively stomaching 

JTilsIv, p. 571] [umoklng, below] lumberer* 



TRIPLE RHYMES, iiin ttn 735i 

numberer dumpiest, &c. tin 

slumberer [umpT, p. 575] bunchiest, &c. 
[imcM, p. 577] 
lumberers* dumpishly 

[umburilr, above] [iimpTsh, p. 576] in undated, &c. 

[imdat, p. 577] 

pommeling!, &c. lumpishness 
[iimel, p. 574] [umplsh, p. 576] re dundances 

[undans, p. 577] 

gummiest pre sumptively Jre dundancies 
mummiest [urnptiv, p. 576] 

[uml, p. 574] a bundantly 

con sumptiveness [undant, p. 577] 

gumminess [iimptiv, p. 576] 

[umt, p. 574] pro fundity 

sumptuous? fe cundity 

.be comingly pre sumptuous? , jo cundity 

[urn, p. 155] ju cundity f 

un be comingly flummery ro tundity 

mummery ru bi cundity 

numbnesses ^nummary in fe cundity 

[mime's, p. 575] plumbery 

^summary pro f undities 
hummocking [undlti, above] 

Istomaching summering, &c. 

[umur, p. 577] thundering, &c. 
dumpages [undur, p. 578] 

[timpaj, p. 575] mummeries 

[umiirt, above] wonderment 

compasses [und fir & meant?] 

[mnpas, p. 575] cen tumvirate 

du umvirate thunderous 

trumpeted, &c. tri umvirate [unddr & us?] 
[umpgt, p. 575] 

blunderer 



736 TEIPLE KHYMES, till tlS 

[tindur, p. 578] e munctory 



blunderers 
[undurur, above] 

tunneling or 
tunnelling, &c. 
[tinel, p. 578] 

hungering, &c. 
[unggur, p. 579] 

sunniest, &c. 
[tint, p. 579] 

honeyless 
moneyless 



ex suscitatef 
re suscitate 
car buncular 

ca runcular in fuscated, &c. 
a vuncular [uskst, p. 585] 

dra cunculi?|| duskiest, &c. 
ra nunculi?i| [uskt, p. 585] 

dra cunculusJI duskily 

ra nunculusj] [uskl, p. 585] 

nunciate?t huskiness 

an nunciate? [uskl, p. 585] 
de nunciate? 

e nunciate? muscukr 
ar buscular 

runcinate cor puscular 

uncinate ere puscular 



cunningly 
pining, p. 579] 

un wontedly ad justable 

funnier [tinted, p. 582] [ustibl, below] 
rnoneyer 
[tint, p. 579] stuntedness lustfully 

wontedness [tistful, p. 586] 
truncated, &c. [tinted, p. 582] 



[tinkat, p. 580] 

drunkenness 
[unkn, p. 581] 

functional 
con junctional 

per functor}- 



trustfulness 

gunnery [tistfi.il, p. 586] 
nunnery 

Jgustablef 

gunneries com bustible 

nunneries a dustible 

Jad justable 

iis in com bustible 

suscitatcf 



TRIPLE KHYMKS, tlS Ar 737 

tgustablest tit sluttery 

com bustibles (th) 

smothering, &c. fluttering, &c. 
dustiest, &c. [iit&fir, p. 588] [tit fir, p. 589] 
[ustt, p. 586] 

brotherless iiv 

lustily motherless covinous or 

[ustt, p. 586] Jcovenous 

brotherly Jslovenness?t 
trustiness [uthur, p. 588] 
[ustt, p. 586] southerly? covering, &c. 

[uvilr, p. 589] 

frustrated, &c. smuttiest 

[ustrSt, p. 587] [utt, p. 588] ftr 

dis courages 

frustrable juttyingt [uraj, p. 590] 

un frustrable puttying, &c. 

il lustrable [utt, p. 588] dis couragement 
en couragement 

frustrativef sluttishly [liraj & meant?] 

il lustrative [uttsh, p. 588] 

un il lustrative in ferable?! 

ruttishness con ferrable 

in dustrious [uttsh, p. 588] Jre ferrible?! 

il lustrious trans ferable?! 

un in dustrious buttoning, &c. tin currible 

[utn, p. 589] un trans ferable 

blustering, &c. 

[iistur, p. 587] butterfly a cerbating 

pitur & fly?] [urbSt, p. 591] 
pustulate? 

ustulate? butterflies verbally 

[utur & flies?] |hy perbole?|| 

buttery herbalist 



738 TRIPLE KHYMK8, Al* 

verbalist curdiness su perfiuous 

sturdiness in terfluous 

herbalists wordiness sub terfluoust 
verbalists 

dis burdening, ex purgated?, 

herbalism &c. &c. 

verbalism [flrdn, p. 593] [urgat, p. 594] 

berberry murderer in currible 

Jherbary verderer or [urSbl, above] 

herberyf Jverderor 

Jturbary worrying, &c. 

murderers [urf, p. 594] 
berberries verderers! 

[urbSrf, above] nourishing, &c. 

verdurous? [urlsh, p. 595] 
sub urbialt [urjftrus, below] 
ad verbial nourishment 

pro verbial ^currencies [lirlsh & meant?] 

[iMnsf, below] 

hy perbole?|| trans ferences furrier 

[ilrbalT, above] [fire'ns, p. 593] hurrier 

currier 

herbulentf currency spurrier 

turbulent con currency worrier 

re currency 

virtuous? furriers 

[urtyuus, below] currently [ilrlur, above] 

[ilrent, p. 593] 

sturdiest, &c. tsergeancy? 

[urdT, p. 592] perfectly isurgeoncy 

[urfekt, p. 594] urgency 

sturdily vergency 

wordily scurfiness e mergency 

turfiness in surgency 



TRIPLE RHYMES, Ar 



739 



di vergency 


perjurous? 


surliness 


con vergency 


Jverdurous? 


earliness 


urgencies 


furcated 


churlishly 


[ftrjensl, above] 


tcircuited 


girlishly 


}di vergences [lirktlt, p. 596] 


[urjgns, p. 595] 




churlishness 




murkiest!, &c. 


girlishness 


urgently 


[flrkr, p. 596] 




di vergently 




Jermelin or 


[ilrjent, p. 595] 


percolate 


termilin 




tin tercalate 


turmaline! 


Sergian 






Jha bergeon? 


percolates 


permanent 




Jin tercalates 


[lirmmant, 


clergicalf 




below] 


surgical 


irksomeness 




chi rurgical 


mirksomenessf 


spermary 


li turgical 




in firmary 


the urgical 


circulate 




met al lurgical 


surculatef 


spermaries 




tu berculate 


in firmaries 


perjury?, &c. 


o perculate 




[ilrjurt, below] 




germinate 




furcular 


terminate 


burgeoning!, &c. 


circular 


verminate 


[lirjiin, p. 595] 


tu bercular 


in germinate 




o percular 


re germinate 


perjury? 


sem i circular 


de terminate 


purgery 




ex terminate 


surgery 


burliest, &c. 


con terminate 


chi rurgeryf 


[urtf, p. 597] 


in de terminate 






pre de terminate 


surgeries 


burliness 




[ftrjurl, above] 


curliness 


germinates 



740 TRIPLE RHYMES, 



[ftrmYna't, above] 

germinal 
terminal 
con terminal 

germinant 
tpermanent 

de termining, &c. 
[ilrmm, p. 599] 

tGermanism 
terminism 


journalize 
e ternalize 

journalized 
e ternalized 

tkernelly 
in fernally 
[urnol, p. 600] 

journalist 
e ternalist 
di urnalistf 


un con cerned- 
ness 
[urn, p. 165] 

kernelly 
[ilrnalT, above] 

Jternion 
e burnean 
Hi bernian 
Fa lernian 
tqua ternion 
Sa turnian 
A vernian 



journalists 

terminusll [urnaltst, above] Hi bernians 

verminous [firnltln, above] 

con terminous burnable 

learnable dis cernible 

sermonist un learnable [ilrnftbl, above] 
Jterminist re turnable 

tde terminest tdis cernible dis cernibly 

tin dis cernible [urnftbl, above] 
sermonists Jun dis cernible 
tterminists ir re turnable tourneying?!, &c. 

[ilrnt, p. 601] 
furnaces ternary 

[urnus, p. 602] [urnviri, below] yearningly 

dis cerningly 

co thurnated learnedly [timing, p. 601] 

al temated? un learnedly 
fra ternatedt con cernedly burnishing, &c. 
un dis cernedly [ftnrfsh, p. 601] 
al ternating?, &c. un con cernedly 
[urnate'd, above] burnisher 



TRIPLE RHYMES, 



741 



furnisher burrowing, &c. [firshal, p. 603] 
[ilro, p. 602] 

versionistf 



burnishers 
furnishers 

al ternity 

e ternity 

f ra ternity 

ma ternity 

pa ternity 

co e ternity 



serpentine 
turpentine 



ex cursionist 
im mersionist 



chirpingly ex cursiomsts 
u surpingly[urshuntst, above] 



tpursilyt 
u ni versally 
con fra ternity [ursul, p. 603] 

tac i turnity 

sem pi ternity con versable, &c. 
di u turnity [urslbl, below] 

fra ternities bursary 

[ilrnltl, above] [ftrsorl, below] 



qua ternion 
[frrnlan, above] 

dernier?|| 
vernier?|| 

Turnerite 
Wernerite 

fernery 

Jternary 

turnery 

tqua ternary 

ferneries 
turneries 



bursarship 
[ursurship, 
below] 



tco ercitive 

ad versative 

con versative 

cursedly 

dis persedly 

re versedly 



co ercible 
icon versable 
con versible 
re versiile 
ire im bursable 
in co ercible 
iin con versable 
ir re versible 

icon versably 
ir re versibly 
[tirslbl, above] 

ursiform 
di versiform 

mercifyf 
versify 
di versify 



versified 
[ursffl, above] 
cursedness 
re versedness di versifies 

[urslfl, above] 
com mercially 



742 



TKTPLE RHYMES, 



ad versity 


tan ni versary 


in vortible 


di versity 


[urstirfz, below] 


con vertible 


per versit} r 




per vertible 


11 ni versity 


tcircinate 


re vrrtihlo 




personate 


sub vertible 


co ercitive 


im personate 


in con vertible or 


[ftrsatrv, above] 




un con vertible 




personates 


con tro vertible 


ad versities 


[ursumlt, above] 


in con tro vert- 


[ursltt, above] 




ible 




tcircinal 




cursitorll 


personal 


con vertibly 


ex ercitorll 


im personal 


[firtfbl, above] 


cursitors 


tbursaries 


dirtieth 


ex ercitors 


nurseries 


thirtieth 




tan ni versaries 




as persively 




Jdirtily 


de tersively 


tbursarship 


Jfertilyt 


co ercively 


mercership 


fertilely 


[urstv, p. 604] 


pursership 


in fertilely 


dis cursiveness 


pursersliips 


pertinence 


[firsTv, p. 604] 


[ClrsurshTp, 


Jpurtenancef 


an i mad versive- 


above] 


tap purtenance 


ness 




im pertuience 



in vertedly 

tbursary pre con certedly pertinent 

cursory tap purtenant 

tmercery worthlessly im pertinent 
tnnrsery [Crthles, p. 606] 

dis cursory flirtingly 

pre cursory mirthlessness di vertingly 
per cursory [urthles, p. 606] 

as persory certitude 



TKIPLE KHYMES, ftl* 111 



743 



in certitude 
in ertitude 



pre servable 
un ob servable 



courteous? ob servably 

dis courteous? [tirvabl, above] 
un courteous? 

[tirtf & us?] curvative 

con servative 

furtively pre servative 
as sertively 
re vertively 



con servatives 
pre servatives 



hurtlessness 
shirtlessness 



Jfervidly 
re servedly 

virtuous? [urvld, p. 607] 
un virtuous? 

[urt & you & us? un re servedness 
or ftrch & you [urvid, p. 607] 
& us?] 

fervency 

in curvated, &c. [lirvansi, above] 
[urvat, p. 607] 

fervently 

tfervency [ftrvftntll, above] 
con servancy 

ob servancy fervidly 

[firvedll, above] 
Jfervently 



scurvily 
^servilely 

un swervingly 
ob servingly 
[Irving, p. 608] 

curvit} r 
in curvity 
re curvity 
pro tervityf 

uk 

hookedly 
crookedly 

hookedness 
crookedness 

bookery 
cookery 
rookery 

rookeries 
[ukurl, above] 



ob servantly 
[urvant, p. 607] 

servable 
con servable 



servient 
in servientf 
sub servient 

nerviest, &c. 



bullary 
, below] 

bulliest 

pulleyestf 

woolliest 



ob servable [lirvl, p. 607] bullying, &c. 



4 TKIPLE RHYMES, 111 

[utt, p. 609] fullery fulleries 

Jbullary Jbullaries 



PART IV. 

QUADRUPLE RHYMES, at as 



al an stationary 

He braically at tainableness stationery 

Ju daically [anabl, p. 614] pro bationary 

mo saically rep re sen tation- 

pro saically ex traneously ary 
al ge braically [annas, p. 614] 
Phar i saically nationalize? 

spon taneousness rationalize? 

pro saicalness [annas, p. 614] de nationalize? 
Phar i saicalness 

changeableness nationalized? 
aj [anjftbl, p. 615] [ashunallz, 

cour ageously? above] 

[ajusli, p. 612] ap 

capableness nationally? 

ak [Spabl, p. 615] rationally? 

placableness de nom i nation- 

[flkabl, p. 612] ar ally 

variously [ashtinal,p. 617] 
al [firlus, p. 616] 

salableness! Con gre gational- 

a vailableness ne fariousness ist 
[alabl, p. 613] [anus, p. 616] [aslmmWzm, 

below] 

galeases? as con ver sationalist 

[aMs, p. 613] traceableness 

[asabl, p. 616] Con gre gational- 
ain ists 

blamableness! ex patiated?, &c. [ashunaltst, 
[amabl, p. 613] [ashtat, p. 617] above] 

42 



746 QUADRUPLE RHYMES, aS illv 

nationalism? vo cabulary [ultyiir, p. 572] 

rationalism? con stabulary 
sen sationalism aj 

Congregational- vocabularies magirally 

ism con stabularies* tragically 

[Sshunal, p. 617] 

tabulated, &c. sex aginary? 
at [abyulst, p. 620] i maginary 

ratableness sep tn agenary 

un trans latable- acli 

ness rnatchableness sex agenaries? 

[atabl, p. 618] [Schabl, p. 621] [ajmari, above] 

cateresses ad saginated 

traitoresses Jadditoryf [avjlnat, p. 622] 

gradatory 

av o le aginousness 

favoringly! af mu cilaginous- 

un waveringly affableness ness 

[ttvfir, p. 220] [af ablnes, p. 749] [ajmtis, p. 622] 

az graphically ak 

per suasibleness? [aflkal, p. 621] actionary 

[azlbl, p. 619] f actionary t 

se raphicalness fractionary 

ab [afTkal, p. 621] re actionary 
tabefying, &c. 

[ftbffi, p. 620] a# a-xillary? 

di agonally maxillaryv 

syl labically [agonttl, p. 621] sub axillary 

A rabically sub maxillary 

[Sbtk^l, p. 620] agonizing, &c. 

[agonTz, p. 621] tractableiiess 
e laborated, &c. Icon tractibleness 

[aborilt, p. 620] agriculture? [^ktabl, p. 622] 



QUADRUPLE RHYMES, ilk illl 747 

practically pa ralogizing!, an. 

tactically &c. sanatory 

di dactically [alojlx, p. 626] ex planatory 

un practically 

syn tactically am dandifying, &c, 

[aktrkal, p. 623] dramatizing!, &c. [andifl, p. 628] 

[amatlz, p. 626] 

sat is factorily angularly 

pktfirt, p. 623] amatory [Ymggular, 

de famatory p. 629] 

re fractoriness in flammatorj^ 
[aktftrl, p. 623] de clarnator} r me chanically 

ex clamatory [anikal, p. 629] 
e vacnated, &c. des quamatory 
[Skyuat, p. 623] or ganicalness 

fu nambulated, [anikal, p. 629] 
maculated, &c. &c. 
[akyulat, p. 623] [ambitlat, p. 627] mag nanimously 

[anTmus, p. 630] 
o racularly bal samically 
[akyuliir, p. 623] [amikal, p. 627] u nanimousness 

[ammiis, p. 630] 
ill fo rammated 

palliated, &c. con taminated planetary 

[ttliat, p. 624] [amina-t, p. 627] sanitary 

dalliances laminating tangibleness 

[Allans, p. 624] staminating, &c. [anjtbl, p. 630] 

[animat, p. 627] 

palliative cor y bantiated?, 

re taliative amorously &c. 

[amilms, p. 628] [ansMat, p. 630] 
calefying, &c. 

[SITfl, p. 624] clamorousness anserated 

[Smurus, p. 628] cancerated 



748 QT'ADuri'i.E J:ITYMKS, an at 

frantically garrisoning, &c. sphacelated, &c. 
pe dantically [arfsn, p. 633] [Ssflat, p. 635] 
[Sntlk, p. 257] 

as fascinated, Arc. 

annually nationalize?! [Ssmat, p. 635] 
manually rationalize?! 

de nationalize?! as sassinator 
annulary [asmat, p. 635] 

granulary nationalized?! 

[aslmnallz, above] as sassinators 
annulated [a'sma'tur, above] 

granulated nationally? 

rationally? acetated 

annularly ir rationally? [asftat, p. 635] 
granularly 

nationalism? bastardizing! ,&c. 
ai> rationalism? [astardlz, p. 635] 

capillary? 
papillary? nationalisms? bom bastically 

rationalisms? [itstlk, p. 268] 
&r 

em barrassingly nationalness? macerated, &<r. 
[aras, p. 263] [aslmnatf, above] [asarSt, p. 636] 

narratively fashionable at 

[ariitlv, p. 632] un fashionable com patibleness 

com passionablet [2tabl, p. 636] 
aratory 

narratoryf passibleness be atifying, &c. 
de claratory im passibleness [atlfl, p. 636] 
pre paratory i rascibleness 

em ])hatically 

clarifying, &c. classifying, &c. [^tlkal, p. 636] 
[tirTfl, p. 633] [astfl, p. 634] pris matically 

er ratically 



M.K JMfY.MKS, {it 

sys tern atically ar dormitory 

symp to matically chargeahleness Ire format ory 
hy dro statically [arjabl, p. 640] 

dormitories 

em phaticalness mo narchically Jre formatories 
dog maticalness [ftrkYkal, p. 640] 

[attkalt, above] hortatory 

architecture? scortatory 

con catenated, &c. [ektyiir, p. 357] de hortatory 

pfttnilt, p. 636] ex hortatory 

partializing! , &c. 

matrimony [arshallz, p. 641] mortifying, &c. 

patrimony [artffl, p. 644] 

ad 

matronizing!,&c. laudableness fortunately 

[atrunlz, p. 637] [adibl, p. 643] [artyunSt, p. 645] 

laterally auditory im portunateness 

[attell, p. 637] Jlaudatory [artyunat, p. 645] 

plauditory 

scatteringly az 

[attiring, p. 637] auditories plausibleness 

tlaudatories [aztbl, p. 645] 
saturated, &c. 

[rityurSt, p. 638] al ea 

alterable i dealizing!, &c, 

av halterable [eitllz, p. 645] 
navigated, &c. un alterable 

[avlgat, p. 638] ea 

^r a greeableness 

af cordiall}'? [eabl, p. 645] 
Jaffableness [ardTal, p. 643] 

laughableness ecli 

organizing!, &c. teachableness 

[arganlz, p. 644] [echabl, p. 640] 
42* 



?56 orADkiPLE RHYMES, etl eV 

ed. [enlal, p. 649] seriously 

mediated, &c. im pcriously 

[edlat, p. 646] venialness? mys teriously 

[enlal, p. 649] del e teriously 

o bediences? 

[ediens, p. 646] leniency? seriousness 

Jex pediencies? [enlent, p. 649] [erius, p. 651] 
[edlensf, below] 

leniently? in feriorly 

ex pediency? [enlent, p. 649] [erlur, p. 651] 
dis o bediency?f 

in ex pediency? er es 

im penalize !f peaceableness 

o bediently? ar terialize! in creasableness 

[edlent, p. 646] ma terialize! [esiibl, p. 651] 

e tlierealize! 

ej et 

e gregiously? e therealized! cheatableness 

[ejlus, p. 647] [erlallz, above] [etabl, p. 652] 

. tediousness? serially e>' 

[ejlus, p. 647] [erfal, p. 650] de ceivableni'ss 

re trievableness 

el im perialist [evabl, p. 652] 
con gealableness [erial, p. 650] 

re pealableness ab breviator? 

re vealableness im perialists [evlat, p. 652] 
[ela'bl, p. 648] [erialTst, above] 

ab breviators? 

em e tlierealism [e via tur, above] 
re deemableness [ertal, p. 650] 

[emabl, p. 648] previously 

ma terialness [evliis, p. 652] 
en [erial, p. 650] 

genially? deviousness 



ri.K KHYMES, ev &k - 751 

[evitis, p. 052] medicative regularly 

predicative tegulavly 

ez ir regularly 

feasibleness medicable 

de feasibleness predicable j 

in feasibleness im medicable legislature? 

Jap peasableness [fftyiir, p. 218] 

Jim ap peasable- meditated, &c. 
ness [edftat, p. 653] k 

lectionary 

reasonable creditable con fectionary 

seasonable dis creditable con fectionery 

treasonable he reditable in sur rectionary 

mi reasonable 

mi seasonable creditably sectionally 

[edTtabl, above] [ekshunSl, 
reasonably p. 655] 

[G/nitbl, above] credulously 

[edyulus, p. 654] de lectableness 
cell re spectableness 

lecherously sedulousness [gkttbl, p. 655] 
treacherously [edyulus, p. 654] 

hectically 

lecherousness ^1* di a lectically 

treacherousness effluency [Skttkal, p. 655] 

refluency 

ed pectorally 

edibleness preferable [ektdral, p. 650] 

credibleness referable 

[edtlil, p. 653] rectoresses 

g [ektures, p. 656] 

dedicated, &c. regulated 

medicated tegulated in tel lectually 

[rdtkat, p. 653] un regulated [ektyual, p. 656] 



752 



QUADRUPLE RHYMES, k 



ef fectualness eligibly [e'morat, p. 659] 

[Sktyual, p. 656] [gttjfbl, above] tin temcratcdt 



con jecturally 
[elvtyural, 
p. 656] 

peculated, &c. 
[SkyQlfft, p. 656] 



relishable 
em bellishable 

deletoryt 

pellitory 

tap pellatory 



peculator|| ac celerated, &c. 
speculator|| [elflrSt, p. 658] 



peculators 
speculators 

ex ecutively 



emanative 
tdis seminative 



con tcmptible- 

ness 

[empttibl, 
p. 659] 

emulously 
tremulously 

emulousness 
tremulousness 

en 

plenarily? 
[enurall, below] 



con secutively emigrated, &c. 
[ekyutfv, p. 656] [gmtgrat, p. 658] 



tvendibleness 
com mendable- 

ness 
rec om menda- 

bleness 



^1 ef f eminated, &c. 

relatively [emmat, p. 658] 
[elRttv, p. 657] 

eminences 

ap pellativeness [emtnens, p. 658] sti pendiary 
[Slatlv, p. 657] teminencies in cendiary 

[emtnensT, 

relegated, &c. below] sti pendiaries 

[Slight, p. 657] in cendiaries 

un delegated eminency 

tremanencyf bi ennially 

eligible su per eminency [enTal, p. 661] 
in eligible 

in telligible com memorated, benefices 

un in telligible &c. veneficesf 



QUADRUPLE RHYMES, 



753 



penitences in tentionally rep re sentative- 
[enftens, p. 661] con ventionally ness 

Jim penitencies [e'nshiinal, 

[enttensr, below] p. 662] i dentically 

[enttkal, p. 664] 
im penitency sensibleness 
[enfte'ns, p. 661] de feasibleness an thenticaluess 
[ensfl)!, p. 662] [enttkal, p. 664] 
in dis pen sable- I'm dis pensable- 

ness ness ac centuated, &c. 

[ensiblneX [entyuat, p. 664] 

below] f o rensically 

[ensfkal, p. 663] e ventually 

dis pensatory [entyual, p. 664] 

[ensfturf, below] non sensicalness 

[gnstkal, p. 663] generator|| 

dif fer entiated?, venerator|| 

&c. sensitory 

[enshat, p. 371 ; Jdis pensatory generators 

SnsMat, p. 662] tcom pensatory venerators 

mensurable rentableness generally 

censurable pre ventableness Jplenarily? 
im. mensurable [enta'bl, p. 663] 

com mensurable generable 

un censurable tentatively venerable 

in com mensura- ar gu mentative- in generable' 
ble ly 

rep re sentatively venerably 

censurably in generably 
[enshurabl, tentativeness 

above] fer mentative- in genuously 
ness [enyuus, p. 665] 
pensionary ar gu mentative- 

con ventionary ness strenuousness 



754 QUADRUPLE RHYMES, eil eS 

[enyutis, p. 665] un meritable [esftilt, p. 



p veritably desolated 

reparable in heritably [gsolat, p. 668] 

separable 

ir reparable meritoryf Jdi gestibleness 

in separable territory de tcstablencss 

Jim peratory [i^sttbl, p. 668] 
reparably 
[e'piinibl, above] derogated, &c. do mestically 

[erogat, p. 667] [esttk, p. 387] 
pro leptically 
[eptlkal, p. 665] es ma jesticalness 

cessionary [esttk, p. 387] 
er con fessionary 

im peratoiy dis cretionary destituted, &c. 
[grttfM, below] con cessionaryt [e'stitut, p. 669] 

pro cessionary 

terrableness pe destrially 

terribleness pro fessionally [estrlal, p. 669] 

[eshunal, p. 667] 

nu merically estuary? 

ge nerically com pressible- questuary?f 

[ertk, p. 381] ness 

in ac cessible- estuaries? 

sphericalness ness questuaries?t 

[Mkal, p. 666] [esibl, p. 668] 

in cestnously? 

perilousness desiccated?, &c. [estyuus, p. 669] 
[^rtlus, p. 666] [eslkat, p. 668] 

tcm pestuons- 

heritable decimally ness? 

meritablef [^sTmal, p. 668] [estyuus, p. 669] 

veritable 
in heritable ne cessitated,<fcc. 



QUADRUPLE RHYMES, t 15 



755 



pro phetically leisurable?t 

[ettkal, p, 670] measurable 

pleasurable 

pa theticalness im measurable 
[gtfkSl, p. 670] 

measurably 
metrically [ezlmrabl, 
[etrtkal, p. 670] above] 

Jpreteritness! residences 

in veterateness [gzTde'ns, p. 671] 

presidencies 

v [ezlde'nsr, below] 

leviable 

re pleviable presidencj 7 ' 

ir re pleviable residency 

non-residency 
as severated, &c. 
[evfrat, p. 670] la 

kyanizing!, &c. 
devitablef [lanlz, p. 671] 

evitable 
in evitable lii 

friableness 

ma levolently liableness 

[evolent, p. 671] pabl, p. 672] 

beverages he liacall}- 

[evurSj, p. 671] dem o niacally 

[lakal, p. 672] 
reverences 
[evurgns, p. 671] Tb 

libratory 
vibratory 



dietary 
pro prietary 

dietaries 
pro prietaries 

il 

rec on cilable- 

ness? 
[Ilabl, p. 674] 

1m 

sub limableness 
[Iimibl, p. 674] 

In 

com binableness 
in de finableness 
in de clinable- 

ness or 

un de clinable- 
ness 

crinatory 
minatory? 

de clinatory? 

in clinatory? 

10 

violated, &c. 
[lolat, p. 675] 

violator? || 
tan nihilator? 



;'.")> QUADKUPLK KIIYMES, TO Ij 

violators? Xcl jus tificative? 

tan nihilators? di midiated, &c. 

[IdTat, p. 678] vo ciferously 

Violable pt'urus, p. 680] 

Jan nilriiable ju ridically 

in violable pdlknl, p. 678] sop o riferousness 
[ft flriis, p. 680] 
tr me ridionai? 

re spirablefiess ob sidional? Kg* 

de sirablenes* stigmatizing, &c. 

un de sirableness per tidiously? [lirmatTz, p. 680] 

|idius. p. 079] 

gyratory signify ing, Arc. 

ex piratory fas tidiousness? [Tgntfl, p. 681] 
per spiratory [rdtiis, p. 679] 
re spiratory rigorously 

re sidually? Pgftrus, p. 681] 
gyromancy? in di vidually? 
chiromancy? vigorousness 

pyromancy? a cidulated?, &c. pgHrus, p. 681] 
tyromancy? [Idyulat, p. 679] 
o neiromancy figulated 

it' Dfeyuist, p. 681] 

It cer tificated, &c. 

in dictableness [ffTktit, p. 679] am biguously 

ex citableness Pgyuus, p. 681] 

[Itilbl, p. 676] sci en tincally 

pflk, p. 422] con tiguousness 
Iti pgyutis, p. 681] 

lionizing! , &c. spe cilicalness 
[Iftniz, p. 671] pflk, p. 422] y 

ef figiated 

v/L mun dilicative fas tigiated 

ad visableness sig nificative 
[Iziibl, p. 677] am plilicaliveir originally 



K KIIYMES, Ij til 757 

l, p. 681] de pilatories imitable 

platurl, above] limitablo 

in digenously in imitable 

f u liginously biliary? il limitablo 

[Tjlnus, p. 682] miliary? 

milliary in imitably 

tk ciliary? pfmtttibl, above] 

sickeningly aux iliary? 

[Tkn, p. 427] dom i ciliary? immolated, &c. 

su per ciliary? [imolat, p. 689] 
dictionary 
re strictionary filiated, &c. simperingly 

[iliat, p. 684] [Tmpur, p. 437] 
spiculatedf 

ca lyculated silicated stimulated, &c. 

ver miculated um bilicated [imyultTt, p. 689] 

an riculatcd 

ar ticulated, &c. de bilitated, &c. ill 

[Tkyulat, p. 683] [fiTtfit, p. 685] minatory? 

[InatCirt, p. 755] 

or bicularly punc tiliously? com minatory 
an ricularly su per ciliously? cal cinatory 

a cicularly 

fas cicularly punc tiliousness? vindicated, &c. 
articularlyt superciliousness? [TndTkiit, p. 690] 
par ticularly 

per pen dicularly mag niloquently indicative? 

plokwent, p. 687] vindicative? 

XI 

dilatory tin indicator!! 

filatoryf mimically vindicatorj 

stillatoryf [tmlkill, p. 688] 
de pilatory indicators 

os dilatory? criminated, &c. vindicators 

dis tillatory [tmtnat, p. 688] 

43 



758 QtJADKUPLE KHYME3, til f{4 

de lineated [ihyfitis, p. 692] jus ticiary? 

la ciniated ben e ficiaiy? 

un de lineated p 

tripartitely ? ben e ficiar i e? 
finically quad ripartitely? [rshtert, above! 
[Mkal, p. 690] 

cryptically con ditionated, 
cynicalness el liptically & c . 

[Mkal, p. G90] [TptTk, p. 449] [tshunat, p. 695] 

drinkableness stipulated, &c. con ditionally 
[Tnk, p. 100] [ipyfilat, p. 693] [Tshunal, p. 695] 

cinerary fr missionary 

i tinerary sa tirically con ditionaiy 

[Trikal, p. 694] se ditionary 

i tinerated, &c. tra ditionary 

[rnilrfit, p. 692] gyromancy? pe titionary 

[IromtlnsT, p. 756] clis qui sitionary 

sinuatecl, &c. 

[tnyufit, p. 692] is missionaries 
in itiatory? [TshiinerT, above] 
in sinuative pro pitiatory? 

con tinuativc me dicinally 

in itiatories? of ficinally 
in sinuator?|[ pro pitiatories? 

con tinuator? dissipated, etc. 

of ficiated?, &c. [Tsipilt, p. 695] 
in sinuators? [TsliTat, p. 694] 

con tinuators? dissipable 

pro pitiable? par ticipable 
sinuouslj jus ticiable? 

[myiiiis, p. 692] isolated? 

ju diciary? Jver ticillated? 
con tinuousness of ficiary'/f 



QITADRTTPLK KHYME8, s ^Z 759 

so phisticated,&c. literally [Mai, p. 698] 
[fottkilt, p. 696] ptHral, p. 698] 

un so phisticatcd trivialness 

iterative pvlitl, p. 698] 
mystically re iterative 

[TstTkal, p. 697] al iterative ob liviously 

a the istically ob iterative [Yvltis, p. 699] 
ag o nistically 

aph o ristically glitteringly las civionsness 

twitteringly [Miis, p. 699] 
so phisticalness [It firing, p. 698] 

Pstlkal, p. 697] e quivocally 

situated? u ni vocally 
glisteringly ha bituated? 

[Istfir, p. 460] quiveringly 

ha bitually? pvilr, p. 466] 
It Ptyiial, p. 698] 

vitellary? Iz 

[Itllerl, below] titulary? visionary 

ca pitulary? trans itionary 

mitigated, &c. di visionaryt 

[ItTgiit, p. 697] titularies? pro visionary 

ca pitularies? re visionary 
critically 

po litically titularly? pro visionally 

ptTkitl, p. 697] [Ttyuliir, p. 698] pzhtina'l, p. 699] 

fritillaiy Iv risibleness 

Jvitellary? privatively [TzTbl, p. 699] 

[Iviitlv, p. 698] 

fritillaries pliysically 

Jvitellaries? de rivativeness quizzicalty 

pviltlv, p. 698] pztkal, p. 699] 
ob literated, &c. 

t, p. 698] con vivially miserable 



TOO QTTADKFPLE KHYMKS, Tz Ot 

scissorable on glorifying, &c. 

com miserable mat ri menially [OrTfl, p. 705] 

[onto!, p. 703] 

oct gloriously? 

me lodiously? de monianism forms, p. 705] 
[oduis, p. 700] Cic e ronianism 

la boriousness? 

odiousness? fe loniously [orlus, p. 705] 

[odms, p. 700] [onlus, p. 703] 

forciblenesa 
ot liar moniousness [Orsibl, p. 705] 

stoically [onitis, p. 703] 
[olkal, p. 701] portablencss 

or [ortabl, p. 705] 

6k a dorableness 

localizing, &c. de plorableness 6s 

[okallz, p. 701] re storableness sociablcness? 

[osMabl, below] 
51 ex ploratory? 

in con solableness re storatory ne gotiated?, c. 

un con trollable- [oshTat, p. 700] 

ness pic torially 

in ven torially sociable? 

solarizing, &c. [onal, p. 704] ne gotiable? 

[olarlz, p. 701] [oshitbl, p. 700] 

me morialist 

con dolatory cor porcaliat notionally 

con solatory? [orfctl, p. 704] [osliunal, p. 706]' 

foliated, &c. me morialists cor rosibleness 
[ofta-t, p. 701] [orTalist, above] [osibl, p. 706] 

spoliative cor porealness ot 

ex foliative [orlal, p. 704] notablencas 

potableness 



QUADKTI'IVE KIIYMKS, ot Oil 761 

[dt ;i1 >1, p. 706] olitory [omtnant, p. 714] 

Jcon solatory? 

6d a bominable 

modifying, &c. solubleness do nominablo 

[odtfl, p. 707] [olyubl, p. 718] 

doi amative 

me thodicall}' 6m nominative 

[odlkal, p. 708] dromedary? de nominative 

Jheb domadary 

pe ri odicalness tdominancies 

[odikal, p. 708] an a tomically [ommansT, above] 

[omlkal, p. 714] prominencies 

oj [omlnans, p. 714] 

logically comicalness 
an a gogically [omlkiil, p. 714] oil 

[ojlkal, p. 710] donatory 

nominated, &c. [onttvirt, below] 
olc [ominat, p. 714] 

ocularly wanderingly 

[Skyiililr, p. 711] dominator|| [ondurlng, 

nominatorll p. 715] 
61 de nominator 

con solatory? i ronically 

[51Tturt, below] dominators [onikal, p. 715] 

[onitnilt dr, above] 

sym bolically ca nonicalness 

par a bolically nominally [onikal, p. 715] 

hy per bolically [omtnal, p. 714] 
ap os tolically a nonymously 

dominancy [onTmiis, p. 715] 
sym bolicalness [SmTn^ns, p. 714; 
[ollkall, above] SmlnSnsIz, be- as tonishingly 

low] [onfeh, p. 511] 

polishable 
a bolishable pro dominantly Jdonatory 



7<tt QUADRriM.K KHYMKS, ttll ub 

monitory 6s oov 

ad monitory docibleness? movableness! 
pre monitory [osTbl, p. 718] im provableness! 

[oovabl, p. 723] 
e conomizing, phi losophizing, 
&c. &c. oua 

[onomlz, p. 716] [osoflz, p. 719] al lowablencss 

[ouilbl, p. 723] 
<5p a crostically 1 

topically [osttkal, p. 720] ouii 

tropically ac covmtableness 

[optkal, p. 716] ot [ountabl, p. 724] 

id i otically 

optically [otlk, p. 523] ouft 

[opttkitl, p. 716] flowerhu'ss 

des poticalness showeriness 
populated, &c. [ottk, p. 523] 
[opyulat, p. 717] lowcringly 

totteringly o ver poweringly 
ftr 1 [5, p. x] [otilr, p. 524] [ouflr, p. 543] 

oratory 

ex ploratory? 6z flowerlessness 

de pository powerlessness 
horrifying, &c. rx pository 

[orTfl, p. 717] re pository ub 

sup pository lubricated, &c. 
loricated, &c. [ubrikat, p. 724] 

[orTkat, p. 718] oia 

en jo} r ableness lu gubriously 
his torically [oiabl, p. 722] [ubrlus, p. 725] 
[orfkttl, p. 718] 

oit sa lubriousness 

rhe toricalness loiteringl}' [ubrliis, p. 725] 

[Srlkal, p. 718] [pit fir, p. 529] 

Bubulated 



QtTAtmtJPLE RHYMES, lib ill' 763 

[iibulfit, p. 725] urn com municated, 

humanizing, &c. &c. 

ex tuberancy [ilmmlz, p. 727] [unikat, p. 728] 
pro tuberancy 

ex uberancy il luminated, &c. re munerated,&c. 
[uminat, p. 727] [linunTt, p. 728] 
tpro tuberances 
[fib urans, p. 725] ruminator?|] tip 

ex uberancies il luminator?U duplicated, &c. 
[uburanst, [iiplikat, p. 728] 

above] ruminators? 

il luminators? re cuperated, &c. 
pro tuberantly [upilrat, p. 728] 

ex uberantly luminously 

[fimlntis, p. 727] superable 

ud re cuperable 

feudatory or al buminousness in superable 
feodatoryt [umrnus, p. 727] 
sudatory fir 

cumulated, &c. ruralizing?, &c. 
feudatories! [umulat, p. 727] [urallz, p. 728] 
sudatories 

humorableV! durableness 

ut numerable [urabl, p. 728] 

cir cuitously in numerable 
[iiltus, p. 726] juratory 

humorously? ab juratory 

for tuitousness [limtlriis, p. 727] ad juratory 

[fnt us, p. 726] pro curatory? 

numerousncss 

ul [umurus, p. 727] muriated 

mulierly'/f in furiated, &c. 

pe culiarly? tin [urtat, p. 729] 

tunableness 
[unabl, p. 728] pruriency? 



764 QtJADRrPLE KIT YM Eft, fir US 

par turieiicyt beautifully di luvialista 

Jinx uriancy . [utttXil, p. 731] 

of flu viable 

pruriencies? dut if illness ex uviable 

[rirlensT, above] [uliful, p. 731] 

ftz 

curiously scorbutic-ally dif fusiblenesM . 
[Miis, p. 729] [uttkal, p. 731] Jox disables 

furiousness mutilated, &o. tik 

[urtus, p. 729] [utilat, p. 731] de struct ibleness 

[uktTbl, p. 733] 
US mutinousl}' 

ab lutionary [litmus, p. 731] ul 

el o cutionary fulminated, &c. 
rev o lutionary glutinousncss [ulmtnat, p. 734] 
in sti tutionary [utinus, p. 731] 

[ushiin, p. 555] tiin 

beauteousl} T ? sumptuously? 

con ducibleness [utms, p. 731] [limptyiius, 

re ducibleness p. 735] 
[usTbl, p. 730] duteousness? 

[iitiiis, p. 731] pre sumptuous- 
tit ness? 
brutalizing?, &c. tutoresses [umptyuus, 
[utallz, p. 730] [utilres,p. 731] p. 735] 

mutableness tiv uu 

[iitabl, p. 730] ex uviated, etc. tlumderingly 

[uvTat, p. 731] [undurmg, 

com mutatively p. 735] 
[litativ, p. 730] fluvialist 

di lu vial ist tis 

beautifying?, &c. com bustiblenesa 
[utifl, p. 731] fluvialists [ustTbl, p. 73G] 



QUADRFPLE RHYMES, ttS &T 765 

frustratory ftr germinative 

il lustratory purgatory terminative 

ob jurgatory de terminative 
in dustriously ex purgatory 
[ustrius, p. 737] journalizing, &c. 

hurryingly [Cirnallz, p. 740] 
il lustriousness worryingly 

[listrlus, p. 737] [url, p. 594] dis cernibleness 

[urniibl, p. 740] 
blusteringly flourishingly 
clusteringly nourishingly versablenesst 
[lirfsh, p. 595] Jco ercibleness 
tit con versableness 

smotheringly (tli) percolated, &c. 
[uOiur, p. 588] [urkolfit, p. 739] cursorily 

[lirsoTi, p. 742] 

utterable tu berculated Jan ni versarily 
mutterable [urkiilfit, p. 739] 
un utterable personated, &c. 

circularly [ursiimlt, p. 742] 
flutteringly [urkuliir, p. 739] 
mutteringly con servatory 

[fitdr, p. 589] germinated, &c. ob servatory 
[tirminat, p. 739] pre servatory 
tlv re servatory 

dis coverable terminable 

re coverable de terminable con servatories 
un dis coverable in terminable [urvaturl, above] 
ir re coverable in dc terminable 

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PART Y. 

QUINTUPLE RHYMES, USll i 



ash 


ez 


in separableness 


nationalizing?, 


reasonableness 




&c. 


[ezniibl, p. 751] 


Sr 


[ashunallz, 




veritableness 


p. 745] 


ed 


[eiitabl, p. 754] 




dedicatory 




ab 


predicatory 


ez 


con fabulatoryf 




measurablencss 


con stabulatoryf 


creditableness 


pleasurable-ness 




[editabl, p. 751] 


im measurable- 


al 




ness 


aleatory? 


ef 




palliatory? 


preferableness 


If 


re taliatory? 


referableness 


e dificatory? 






sa crificatoryf 


am 


el 


sig nificatory 


ambulatory 


eligibleness 


am plificatory? 


fu nambulatory? 


in eligibleness 


pa ciflcatory 




in telligibleness 


jus tificatory? 


ash 


un in telligible- 




rationalizing?, &c. 


ness 


Jin 


[ashunaliz, 




imitableness 


p. 748] 


en 


in imitableness 




mensurableness 


il limitablenes 


er 


[enshriritbl, 




ma terializing! , 


p. 753] 


in 


&c. 




minatorily 


[erlallz, p. 750] 


8p 


in clinatorily? 




separableness 






ir rrparableness 


indicatory 



QUINTUPLE RHYMES, ill 



767 



vindicatory in itiatories? OS 

pro pitiatories? sociableness? 
is [oshuibl, p. 760] 

in itiatory? tra ditionarily 
pro pitiatory? pe titionarilyt 




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