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Words alike in Sound, but different
in Spelling and Signification.
Ale, malt liquor.
Beer, a kind of liquor. Ail, a disease.
Bier, a carriage for the Air, wind.
Berlry, a small fruit.
Bu'ry, to inter the dead. } Awl, an instrument.
Bin, a place for corn. All ter, to change.
Been, participle of to be. All tar, for sacrifice, I Bite, to worind. Here An! ker, a liquid measure. 'l Bight, the doubling of a An' chor, a heavy iron to hold Blue, a color. [rope.
a ship. 91.1,': Blew, past time of blow. Ark, a chest, a vessels
Bore, to make holes. Arc, an archou a
Boar, a male stoine.
As cent', stcepness. 1,1. 1 Bough, a branch. ,,
Bow, to bend. J * *
911 Bou, to shoot with. Bade, past time of bid., Beau, a gay fellow. Bale, su package of goods.
Bred, brought up. Bail, surety. u!
Bread, food made of meal. Bate, to lessen.
By, a particle.
Butt, to strike like a ram.
Cane, a staff.
Call en der, to smooth linen: Bass, in music.
Call en dar, an almanack. Be, to exist..!ı? 403530), 28"? Caul, a membrane. Bee, an insect. 2 il sons Call, to cry out. .*10'), Beech, a kind of tree.
Can' non, a large gun. Beach, a shore. ifikaty
Can! on, a rule. Beet, a plant. Difusas, il Can' vas, coarse cloth. Beat, to strike.
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Can' vass, to examine.
Cen' tu ry,
Seal, to fasten with a seal ; the Deer, an animal. sea calf.
Dear, costly, beloved.
Seall ing, setting a scal. De mesnel, a freehold.
Dough, unbaked breadal ! Sell, to dispose of.
Dun, a colour. Cent, a piece of money. Done, performed. Scent, a smell.
Ex' er cise, to practise
... Sent, did send. 1) ,nill Ex' or cise, to cast out evil
100 years.) spirits. Cen! tau ry, un herb. » I, myself. Ces' sion, resignation.
Eye, the organ of sight. Ses' sion, act of sitting.':,1 Fane, a temple. .347.30
Chol' er, wrath. $ Fain, gladly.
Col' lar, for the necks, 47 Feign, to dissemble. sion Chop, to cut.
Faint, feeble. is it :-11€. Chap, a beast's jau.
Feint, a false march. 1 '11 Chord, in music.
Fare, food, price of passage. Cord, a small rope. »,? Fair, comety. Ti Derd11A Cite, to summon. I
Feet, of the body. ;;; Sight, seeing.
an action.indd Site, situation.
Fell loé, the circumference of Cliff, a steep rock..vote sul a wheel. ..o 1,117 LA Clef, a term in music
... Fell low, an associate. In 'uf Coarse, not fine.,
Fir, a tree. 431, Inh Course, a race. plus.rs Fur, a skinstin'!89 Corse, a dead body... 1.550 Flee, to run away."; JS,
Clime, a.climate.) 0,1!! Flea, an insect.ini, :
Climb, to mount up..bril Flue, pipe of an open. 14 Com' ple ment, full number. Flew, did fly. www.indd Com' pli ment, act of civility. Flour, meal. Co quet' (co ket'), to deccioe Flower, a blossom)*31.1.1 sin love. Il Fore, anteriour. of.net Co quette', an airy girl. I Four, in number
... Co e, ihe inner pürt.lu Forth, forward, onroard. 114 Corps, a body of soldiers. '. 11.) Fourth, in number 4, 01.31 Cous? ing ă relutions', ') Foul, filthy.
sit.se Coz' en, to cheat.l. ii'; 'K) Fowl, a birdies te si zenu Crul el, inhuman. 13:
13 D.) Freeze, to congeal..*19 05,sl Crew el, worsted throad.. : Frieze, coarse clothassi 9.481 Sig' net, a seal n')
Gate, a large door. 1!",I Cvg' net, a young swan) Gait, manner of walkingi
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Grate, to rub small.
Led, did -lead. Great, large.
Lead, a heavy metal. Gral ter, a tool to grate with. Leuve, permission. Great' er, larger.
Lieve, willingly Grown, increased.
Les' sen, to diminish.
Les son, a reading
Limb, part of the body.
Hall, a large room. Lo, lehold. Hart, a beast.
Low, not high. Heart, the seat of life.
Lone, solitary Hare, an animal.
Loan, a thing lent. Hair, of the head.
Made, finished. Heel, part of the foot. Maid, an unmarried woman. Heal, to cure.
Male, the he kind. Herd, a drove.
Mail, armour, packet of létHeard, did hear.
ters. Here, in this place.
Mane, long hair on the neck Hear, to hearken.
of a horse. Hirn, thut mun.
Maylor, a mugistrate. "High' er, further up.
Man' ner, mode, custom. Hole, a cuvity.
Man' or, a lordship Whole, the total.
Man' tle, a kind of cloak. Hue, a colour.
Man tel, work raised before Hugh, a man's name.
a chimney. Hew, to cut.
Marl shal, to arrange. In, within.
Martial, marlike. Inn, a tavern.
Maze, a labyrinth.
Mean, base, to intend. Isle, an island.
Mien, air, look.
Mete, to measure.
Met al, gold, silver or iron. Kiln, of bricks.
who digs Lade, to load, to dip.
mines. Laid, placed, did lay.
Mil nor, one under age.
Moan, to lament. Leak, to let water in or out. Mown, cut down.
Aisle, }an alley in a church.
Mote, a particle of dust. Pan' el, a square in a wain Moat, a ditch.
scot. More, greater.
Pan' nel, a kind of saddle.
Peal, a succession of sudden Knag, a knot in wood.
sounds. Nave, part of a roheel. Peer, a nobleman. Knave, a rogue:
Pier, a column. Naught, bad, wicked.
Peace, quiet. Nought, nothing.
Piece, a part.
Peak, top of a hill.
Plane, flat surface; a tool. Knead, to make dough.
Plain, level. New, not old.
Plate, a flat piece of metal,
Plait, a fold.
Nit, the egg of a louse. Plum, a kind of fruit.
Pole, a long stick.
Poll, the head. Not, denying:
Pore, passage of perspiration. Knot, hard place in wood. Pour, to empty out. Nun, u religious woman. Pen! cil, an instrument for None, not any.
Proph' et, a foreteller.
Won (wun), past time of Rab' bet, a joint.
Rain, falling water.
Rein, part of a bridle. Hour, sixty minutes.
Reign, to rule.
Rap, to strike.
Raze, to demolish.
Raise, to set up Pane, a square of glass. Rays, light. Pain, torinent.
Reed, a plant. Pare, to cut off.
Read, to peruse. Pair, a couple,
Red, a colour,
Read, did read.
Slay, to kill.
Rice, a plant.
Sine, a geometrical line, Rise, origin.
Sign, a loken. Rig! ger, one who rigs. Sink, to go doron, a drain. Rig' our, severity.
Cinque, number five on dico. Ring, to sound.
Sit, to be seated. Wring, to tu-ist.
Cit, a citizen. Rite, a ceremony.
Sice, number six on dice.
Sleigh, carriage used on Rode, die ride.
17 Road, a highway.
Slight, to despise. Rote, memory:
Sleight, dexterity. Wrote, did write. [fish.
Slow, not swift. Roe, a deer; the eggs of a Sloe, a fruit. Row, a rank.
So, thus. Room, space.
Sow, to scatter seed. Rheum, thin watery humour. Sew, to use a needle. Ruff, a ruffle.
Sore, an ulcer. Rough, not smooth.
Soar, to nnount aloft. Rye, gruin
Sole, bottom of the foot. Wry, crooked.
Soul, the spirit. Sale, act of selling.
Stare, to gáze. Sail, of a ship.
Stair, a step.
Stake, a post.
Steel, hardened iron.
Steal, to take by theft. Sea, the ocean.
Stile, steps into a field, Seed, first principle.
Style, manner of writing. Cede, to resign.
Strait, narrow, Sere, ioithered.
Straight, not crooked, Cere, to war.
Suck' er, a young shoot. Sear, to burn.
Suc' cour, aid, help. Seer, a prophet.
Sum, the whole. Seem, to appear.
Some, a part. Sear, edges sewed, a scar. Sun, cause of day. Sēn' ior, elder.
Son, a male child. Seign' or, a lord.
Suti tle, neat weight. 7 Sell ler, one who sells.
Subt' le, artful.
Shore, side of a river. Tail, the end.
Tare, weight allowed.
Tear, to rend. Shear, to cut.
Tax, a rate. Shire, a county.
Tacks, small nails.