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Words of Two Syllables-continued. ri ot sin ner

ves sel rob ber skil ful tem pest vic tim ru ler slan der ten der

vin tage sa cred sloth ful

thank ful vi per safe ty

slug gard thun der vir gin san dy slag gish scaf fold slum ber tim ber

so ber tor ment scan ty spi cy

tor rent scat ter spi der to tal

up per scorn ful spin net tri al

ut most se cret

splen dour tru ant ut ter self ish

stam mer sen tence stop page trum pet

wa ger ser mon stu dent tu mult ser pent

tun nel waste ful ser vant

wil ful sud den tu tor

wil ling
shep herd suf fer va cant
short ly

sum mer va grant win ter
tan ner

wis dom
si lence
tar dy

vel lum si lent tar nish

vel vet wor ship sin ful tat tler

ven ture

wor thy

sig nal

TABLE VIII.

a bide

cor rect

a bout

cre ate

ab rupt

ca nal

a vail

a dore

Words of Two Syllables, accented on the Second. a base a part be night

con temn ab lior ap proach be queathcon vey ap prove

be set a rise

be side cor rupt a broad as cend

be speak as pire be wail de bar ab surd a stray

de ceit ac cept a tone ca rouse de ceive ac quire at tack col leot de cide ad dict at tempt

com mend de clare ad dress at tire com plain de coy ad journ

com plaint de cease ad mit.

und de duce à void

pel de duct a dorn a wait

com ply de fect a wake

de fend a way com pute

de fence af fair be cause con ceit

de fer af firm be came

con cert af fright: be fore

con duct

de fine å gainst be friend

de form a laim

con found de fraud á like be have

con front al lude be head

con fuse a lone be hold con jure

de note a maze be lief con straint de part a mend

be lieve con suine a midst

con tempt de press a nong be love

con tend a mise be neath

con tent

: de rive

ad vance

com pose

a far

de fy

con fine

be gin

de grade de light

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de pose

be long

de pute

im merge im merse

de spite

ex alt ex cel ex cite

im prove

em bark em broil e mit

ex ert
ex ist

en chant en close

Words of Two Syllables-continued. de scribe dis trust e vade de sire dis tract

e vent dis turb e vince

im pair de spond dis use

im pale de stroy di vert

im pend de tect di vine

im plant de test ef fect

ex claim

im press de vise e lope ex cuse im print di rect

em balm ex empt dis arın

in cite dis band

in crease dis burse

ex pand

in cur dis card en camp ex panse

in dent dis claim

ex pend in dulge dis course

ex plode in feet dis joint en croach 'ex pose

in fest dis like

in firin dis lodge en dorse

in flame dis may

in flict dis miss

fore seen in fuse dis own en gage

fore show in grate dis pel en joy

for sworn in ject dis place en large

ful fi! in scribe dis play en rage

in thral

in stil dis praise en rol hence forth in struct

here by

in sure dis robe

here in

in tense dis sent en throne here of

en dear

ex tend
ex tort
ex tract

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en dure
en force

dis pose

gal lant ga zette

en rich

dis prove

en slave

sue

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in trigue dis taste

him self in trude dis tinct

im brue in trust dis tort en treat im burse

in verse

en tice
en tire

Words of Two Syllables-continued.

sur vey

pre vail pre scribe

re pass

pre tend pro ject promote

re pose re press

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trans gress

pro tect pro test pur loin pur suit

trans port trans pose

neg lect

tre pan

in vert

re mit in vite

re pair

sur vive mis deed pre serve

sus pense mis give

Te plete tra duce mis lead

trans act mis name

trans cend mis place pro nounce re prieve trans cribe mis print pro pose re print trans form mis rule pro pound re pulse mis take pro logue re prove

trans late mis trust

re straint

trans plant mo lest

re sume mo rose

re tract

re vere ob struct re bate revolve

un apt ob tain re buke re ward

un bar OC cur re cant se dan

un bend of fence

se duce

un bind le cline

se lect op press re course

un close
re duce
re fer

sub lime
sub mit

un fold
re gain

un heard per verse re joice sub tract

un hurt re late su pine un kind

sup pose un like le ly

re cite

'o mit

un bolt

subject
sub join

un fair un fit

par take per form per mit per tain

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su preme un ripe pre dict re mark

sur mount un safe pre pare re mind

un true

sur pass

TABLE IX.

6. Pre pare

LESSON 1. 1. Wo man

Before 2. Ap point ed

4. Ac count
Af ter

Him self
Judy ment

5. Un god ly
3. Ap pear

1. Are not my days few ? Man, that is born of a woman, hath but a short time to live.

2. It is appointed unto men once to die, and after that the judgment.

3. For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ.

4. So then every one of us shall give account of himself to God.

5. The ungodly shall not stand in the judgment. 6. Prepare to meet thy God.

LESSON 2. 1. Sa ved

Gos pel 2. Be lieve

5. Per ish

6. Mer ci ful
3. Your selves
4. Re pent
1. What shall I do to be saved?

2. Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved.

3. By grace ye are saved, through faith ; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of

Je sus

Sin ner

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