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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    sterile
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    serious, dinghy, ventriloquist

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  • Ian
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    Trickster
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    embarks, bleeding, initiative

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  • N. Y. Sonnet
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    Geriatric
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    systems, able, martini

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    ledger

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    system, table, smart

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  • N. Y. Sonnet
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    whiled
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    sonsy (I know that's been done before, but I couldn't think of anything else), myxomycophyta, idealism

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    erstwhile

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    lessons, stormy, cyanide

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  • N. Y. Sonnet
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    tigers

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    ageless, ancestor (I almost did stance...but that would be cheating ), wardency

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  • N. Y. Sonnet
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    That's so cool that you got to live there! I've always wanted to see Venice...

  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    vestige

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    language, resistance, or toward

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    It does - the Rialto is beautiful - as is all of Venice. We had the good fortune to live in Vicenza - about 1/2 hour away - for 3 years while my husband was in the military. Lovely memories!

  • N. Y. Sonnet
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    Ives (it's a name)

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    ylang-ylang, iontophoresis, Rialto (an area in Venice...does that count?)

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  • N. Y. Sonnet
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    Thanks. More accurately, though, I have a really good dictionary... Of course, I only turn to it in dire times of need...

  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    tentative

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    aryl, onion, aerial

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    I see you have a vocabulary following Grantian proportions. Forgive me, but I will forever be taking it down a notch or two.

  • N. Y. Sonnet
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    usherette

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    catenary, fetation, or pedicellariae

    Your words are great, by the way. You could use them as a poetry prompt.
    Last edited by N. Y. Sonnet; 03-29-2017, 02:39 AM.

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