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La' dy

dai sy Thai ry rai ny

pa stry

Du ty fury

la zy

high ly

sto ny.

pure ly

dear ly

dai ry

no bly

The unaccented sound of y, at the end of a syllable, like that of i in the same situation, is always like the first sound of 'e.--thus : fury, pleurisy--pronounced fu re, plu re se, &c.

All the syllables long.
neat ly

on ly day ly

wea ry

glo ry Like ly

poul try gra vy vain ly

live ly Gree dy late ly sweet ly kind ly

sure ly safe ly ea sy state ly


new ly clear ly

beau ty The double accent (") shows that the following consonant is to be pronounced in both inte lables; as 00" py, pronounced cop' py; but the author has divided the words, so that, us often us Douaible, each syllable is a distinct sound, and each sound a distinct syllable. The first syllable short, the second long.

|fil thy

Tur key al ley

quick ly car ry ear ly

pret ty rea" dy

Folly an gry

dus ky Sil ly

bo” dy pi" ty

mon ey dit ty sorry

mon key
The first syllable long, the second short.
Pa' rent shape less hei nous tai lor
la tent name less neigh bour trai tor
a gent
Iplain ness pa per

Feel ing
dra per

peel ing care less lla bour tra der

hear ing


Iplen ty
Thea" vy

hun gry sul try

hon ey

Mer ry cher ry cri vy

co" py

ja cent

pee vish

pave ment ta bour

pa tron

• Or daily

qui et

healing deal er

Mire some glean ing reap er

kind ness Tu mour mean ing lead er blind ness hu mơur read ing teach er ceiling eag er

Itu tor chief tain read er vi al Mu sic lei Tier

stu pid nei Ther

fu el east ward Si lent

Pi ous bri ar

pew ter

Fe ver

ce dar

lli ar li on ti ger


jew el

do ing

par cel

ru in

The middle sound of the vowels and diphthongs.'

The second syllable short. Hárm' less gar net spark ling father art less sharp ness car tridge mas ter dark ness harsh ness bar gain

Bloom ing scar let

Hard ship var nish stoop ing har vest charm ingcar pet gar ment arch ing parch ment card ing Par lour

cru et hard ness jar ring lar ger large ness far thing char ger fool ish har ness

par tridge gar ter Ru ral

The second syllable long. laun dry good ly

rude ly Gloo" my smooth ly crude ly woo" dy pul ley

ful lý part ly cool ly

bul ly

cru el

Ar my

bar ley

Parş ley par ley

bool ty roo" my

wool ly

ru by

*g hard.



The broad sound of the vowels and diphthongs,

The second syllable short. Waľ nut for der howl ing loun ger au tuma or chard

clown ish down ward daugh ter Bound less cow slip draw er prow ess tow el

fowl er hal ter doubt less Coun ter

pow er sau cer coun sel

foun der bow er al ter Coun cil poun der show er wa ter foun tain How er

cow ard warm er moun tain dower prowl er

The second syllable long. |pal sy

lord ly faul ty taw ny Gou ty

clou dy haugh ty taw dry sour ly

coun ty naugh tý for ty

hour ly

proud ly pal try stor iny dow ry

boun ty The second syllable short. Join' er loi ter

foil er

Joint ment clois tér

poi son

Boy ish
boil er
coin er Toil et

Roy al
The first syllable short, the vowel of the second scarcely perceptible.
Can' dle daz zle rat tle med dle
han dle Gen tle

net tle
cac kle
fas ten
ket tle

peb ble an cle happen

per son

Sau g

\drow sy


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heaven reck on

gob ble

sin gle

loft en

grum ble pur ple

stee ple

a ble

ea gle *

cho sen fro zen o pen

mid dle Bot tle crum ble oim ble

dou" ble Lit tle sic kle cot ton glut ton kin dle giv en thim ble soft en lis ten

whistle Buckle shoy el pris on wrin kle bun dle trou" ble

The first syHable long. Ba con Sta bic

INo ble ta ble trea cle bro ken ba sin Nee dle Bi ble cra dle

bri dle fa ble le ven fright en ma son

wo ven ta ken

peo ple li dle ra yen rea son tri fle spo

The accent on the second syllable.

Both the syllables short. La ment Neg lect Dis turb

Con cui at tend ex pect

in dulge

lin struct cor rupt at tempt

lin trust Com mit a gain Dis tress

Con fess a gainst him self

con sent con vince Ab surd in tend

Sub sist af front in vent

com pel sub mit a mong

dis pense con nect a mongst dis perse con temptun til a bove in vert

un twist

e vil

ri pen

clo ven

con sult

a mend

ex cel per verse

con sist

pos sess

un fit

con tend


Se rene

de lay

Mo rose

pro voke

de cay

ac çuse

Both syllables long. Be have! De tail re ceive Be fore de clare

de tain re peat be hold pre pare re strain

Be sides be low re late

de light re pose se vere di vide

re store re frain be lieve de ny de grade between

be tween de sign pro pose de bate de ceit

re mind de ceive re quire pro mote

The first syllable short, the second long. A bate Man kind |A go

lin dict a wake

lad mire a dore A buse ac quaint a rise af ford

a lone

a muse a way

trans pire a bode tra duce a maze ad vise

a rose ab duce ap praise af fright a tone

ad jure a ware ac quire

trans port ab struse,

trans pose a dieu ab stain

ap proach ab jure cam paign as pire a slope al lude

Mis take Dis creet al lure ex plain dis

grące im peach Un ripe em brace dis dain dis please un tie per suade in flame

sur prise Inain tain in nate Im bibe

un kind ex hale lin sane

dis like ex claim in veigh

dis guise support ex change mis place in quire un known

a fraid

ar rive

af fray

Ja bide ap ply

En gage

sin cere

Sup pose

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