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\n which u, ue, ui, ieu, éu, ew, and iew have the sound of u. Blew due hue newt sue blue feud huge pew sure clew few lewd plume suit cube flew lieu

pure

tube cue

flute lute skue tune cure glew

muse slew use deuce glue new sluice view dew hew

news stew

TABLE XIV.

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sponge word

In which u, i, 0, 00, e, oe, and ou have the sound of u. Bird

!

curse grudge scourge turn blood dirt her sir urge bud does hurt some urn bulge done judge sum us bulk dost just son

won burn dove love soot wont burst drum luck but durst inust stir work buzz first none strut world club flirt nurse sun

worm come flood

puff sup worse crust fund

purse swum worst cuff furl

run trust wort curb fuzz

rusk
tuft

young
curl
glove

TABLE XV.

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Boil boy

In which oi and cy have the sound of oy.
broil coil

соу groin
cloy

coin foil hoist

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

Bit Boat Boo't Búski U'se But' Boy' Bou't join loin oil toil void joint loins poise toy voyage joist nioist soil

Troy joy noise spoil voice

TABLE XVI.

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In which ou and ow have the sound of ou. Bound down house

our

Scour bout drown how oust scowl bow drowse howl

out sound brow flounce loud owl sour brown flout lounge pounce spouse browse found louse

pound spout cloud fount mound

pout stout clown frown mount proud town count gout mouse prowl trounce COW gown mow

round trout crowd ground noun rouse VOW crown growl now rout wound douse hound

ounce

1

2

TABLE XVII. Simple words of two syllables, have almost always the accent on

the first ; as in the followingsa-tire

cap-tain sir-rah Ba-sin wa-ges

hab-it stat-ure dra-ma

mad-am

stat-ue gra-tis

bar-gain pal-ace stat-ute ha-tred har-vest pat-tern

val-ley plain-tiff, al'um

plan-tain val-our Fai-sin bal-ance sal-lad val-ue sa-cred bal-last sat-in

D2

3

3

5

6

1

2

Ba'ke Ba'rk Bắck' Ba'll Box Bee't Bet' Bi'te

.

11

per-fect

8

stir-rup

fir-kin

in-voice a'l-so

com-fort al-ways jeop-ard pil-lar

cous-in learn-ed pil-low bal-sam

cur-tain wal-nut leop-ard pin-cers

cus-tom

scis-sors blos'som

cut-lass cof-fee pref-ace sin-ner sin-ew

gov-ern commerce prel-ude

hun-dred ref.uge spir-it con-cert

hus-band ref-use symp-tom mul-lein con-sort con-duct seam-stress syn-od

mur-mur sel-dom for-feit

sys-tem

mur-rain steadfast vil-lain for-ward

mus-lin ten-et proj-ect

vine-yard ver-vain vis-it

pur-pose prom-ise

purs-lain scal-lop vir-gin wis-dom

sir-up wain-scot sor-row

CO-coa waist-coat sor-ry

fro-ward stub-born wel-come lo cust

sur-feit be-som zeal-ot

mo-hair east-ward

tur-nip e-dict

bride-groom oak-um

cri-sis e-vil

por-trait joy-ful dia-mond so-fa free-dom

poi-son mea-sles

hys-sop so journ
i-dle
yeo-man

coun-cil ne-gro i-dol

coun-sel pre-cept

bo'som

cow-ard trea-tise sti-pend

wom'an bless-ed wind-pipe

foun-tain break-fast

pul-let

moun-tain cer-tain bliss-ful

pul-pit

tow-el earn-est king-dom cu-bit trow-el en-trails in-come

stew-ard

trou-sers

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6

12

13

9

spike-nard jews-harp dow-las

5

7

13

Bile Boat Book Bisb? Use But Buy

Rou't

1

4

TABLE XVIII. Compound words of two syllables, have generally the accent on the

last : as in the following-

dis-grace re-main ap-plause A-base dis-may re-pair as-sault ab-stain dis-play re-strain be-cause af-fair em-brace re-tail en-dorse a-fraid en-gage

re-tain in-form a-maze es-cape

sus-tain in-stal ap-praise es-tate trans-late re-form ar-range ex-plain up-braid

re-ward ar-ray for-bear a-larm

be-yond as-tray for-gave

dis-solve

com-mand at-tain for-swear

re-solve

em-bark a-vail hu-mane

re-volt

inam-ma' a-wake im-pair a-ware

pa-pa in-flame

a-gree a.way

re-mark

ap-peal be-have o-bey

ap-pease be-tray ob-tain sur-pass

ar-rear

at-tack' be-ware or-dain

be-lief

at-tract com-pare pa-rade

be-lieve

ca-nal com-plain par-take

be-reave

en-camp con-tain pear-main

fi-nance

be-siege cre-ate per-tain

be-tween

gal-lant de-cay

bo-hea de-claim

per-haps pro-claim

ca-price

ro-mance de-clare

ca-reer

trans-act de-lay re-claim

com-plete de-tail re-frain a-broa'd con-ceal de-tain re-gain ac-cord con-ceit dis-dain re-late

a-dorn con-ceive

main-tain re-gard

pre-vail

pro-fane

3

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u-nite

8

6

con-geal re-prieve ga-zette
con-vene re-treat ho-tel
de-ceit re-trieve in-fer
de-ceive re-veal in-stead
de-crease re-vere

pos-sess
de-cree se-crete pre-serve
de-feat se-rene pre-tence
de-gree se-vere pre-tend
de-mean
suc-ceed

pre-vent dis-creet ton-tine pro-fess dis-ease trus-tee

pro-tect dis-please

pro-test en-dear à-breast re-hearse en-treat ac-cept SUC-cess es-teem ad-dress

sug-gest* fas-cine a-dept gen-teel af-fect a-bide in-crease af firm a-live in-deed a-gain ap-prize ma-rine a-gainst a-rise Nan-kin as-cend ar-rive o-blige as-cent a-scribe per-ceive con-cern com-ply pre-cede con-fess de-cide proceed con-firm di-vide po-lice cor-rect di-vine re-ceive de-fend po-lite re-deem de-scend pro-vide re-lease de-scent re-vive re-lief di-gest sub-lime re-lieve di-rect sub-scribe re-peal e-lect sur-prise

* Pronounced sudjesto

a-bridge a-byss be-twixt e-clipse for-give sub-mit sub-sist a-bode a-dore af-ford a-tone be-low be-moan be-stow com-pose con-trol dis-course di-vorce

1 en-gross en-rol mo-rose pa-role pa-trol pro-mote pro-poste pro-voke re-course re-source re-store sup-port

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