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TABLE XXXVIII. In ick.
Ca'm-brick traf-fick

ep-ick

mys-tick geor-gick rel-icks sto-ick com-ick

mu-sick băr-rack op-tick crit.ick fab-rick top-ick lyr-ick bur-dock hay-ock trop-ick mim-ick pub-lick

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com-et lin-net doub-let Bas-ket

fau-cet riy-et gul-let sarce-net scar-let gob-let skil-let

gus-set cămlet

spin-et mus-ket se-cret

plum-met gaunt-let

em-met jack-et

po-et pup-pet vel-vet

run-let lan-cet

pullet

trum-pet gib-bet bon-net fil-let Cov-et. closet gim-let coup'let toi-let

TABLE XLII. In words ending in en, the e is generally silent; as in even, open. When

en is preceded by ft, or st, the t and e are commonly both silent; as

in the followingChast-en V cene bid-den 0-pen

sto'l-en bast-en

glis-ten ha-ven

hid-den

to-ken maid-en beat-en kit-ten gold-en ra-ven e-ven

lis-ten wood-en ta'k-en sweet-en miz-zen

bur-den smit-ten

doz-en gar-den heay-en

Ov-en heark-en leav-en cho's-en hăp-pen sey-en

fro'z-en moist-en When en constitutes a syllable, it is sounded in; except those words,

which end in men, and to such women is an exception. In the following words, en forms a syllable, and is sounded in.

mit-ten Băr-ren chick-en

slov-en
wom-en
kitchen

sud-den breth-ren lin-en wool'en sul-len

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TABLE XLIII. Words ending in on have sometimes the o silent, and the n joined to the preceding consonant; as in

her-on pris-on Ba-con bea-con ma-son

per-son dea-con

reck-on rea-son

but-ton par-don

weap-on sea-son

glut-ton par-son trea-son

i'r-on

crím-son poi-son cot-ton beck-on When the o is sounded, the syllable is pronounced un ; as in

can-non com-mon sex-ton A-pron

can-on ma-tron

de-mon ci-on saf-fron

li-on pa-tron

tal-on mel-on băr-on wag-gon ser-mon

co-lon TABLE XLIV.

The termination ous is always sounded us; as in Fa'm-ous pi-ous

gen-e-rous hei-nous

treach-e-rous : mar-vel-lous griev-ous

scăn dal-ous jeal-ous

mis'chiev-ous nerv-ous pop-u-lous spir-it-ous zeal-ous pros-per-ous

tim'or-ous TABLE XLV.

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des-o-late reg-u-late hes-i-tate

ren-o-vate cul-ti-vate med-i-tate

sup-pli-cate rec-re-ate po-tent-ate The termination ate, is sometimes sounded et; as in

mag'is-trate in-tri-cate Pål-ate pass'ion-ate

ul-ti-mate prel-ate

fort-u-nate sen-ate

in-carn-ate mod-e-rate cu-rate

ob-du'rate del-i-cate åc'cu-rate

des-pe-rate con-sum-mate TABLE XLVI.

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Fla-grance nui-sance re-mem-brance fra-grance el-e-gance

re-pent-ance clear-ance cir-cum-stance as-sist-ance griev-ance

ig-no-rance as-su'r-ance en-trance

o-bei-sance dis-tance

a-bun-dance in-stance ap-pear-ance

al-low-ance TABLE XLVII, Fla-grant ten-ant

prot-est-ant fra-grant gi-ant

ig.no-rant va-grant ty-rant

coy-e-nant dis-tant ex-tant in-fant

in-form-ant pedant

in-stant pleas-ant

de-fend-ant serv-ant Éd-ju-tant ob-serv-ant

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TABLE XLVIII.

In ence. Ca-dence ev-i-dence dil-i-gence negli-gence

in-flu-ence pres-ence pref-er-ence

in-no-cence si-lence ref-er-ence

ab-hỏr-rence rev-er-ence

sub-sist-ence

vi-o-lence def-er-ence el-o-quence dif-fer ence

con-do'l-ence TABLE XLIX.

In ent.

ev-i-dent A-gent pru-dent

neg-li-gent pa-rent flu-ent

pres-i-dent păt'ent

stu-dent tal'ent

dif-fer-ent con-fi-dent tor-rent con-ti-nent

dil-i-gent

im-mi-nent de-cent em-i-nent

in-no-cent TABLE L.

In ment. Pay-ment or-na-ment at-tain-ment rai-ment com-pli-ment

a-part-ment gar-ment

el-e-ment com-mandment

firm-a-ment treat-ment

en-dorse-ment sen-ti-ment judg.ment in-stru-ment

a.gree-ment oint-ment

a-tone-ment gov.ern-ment ar-gu-ment

nour-ish-ment par-lia-ment

ap-point-ment sac-ra-ment ar-range-ment en-joy-ment

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