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Can you name the pairs of words which appear to rhyme, but do not?

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Definition 1Word pairDefinition 2
Female childGelotologists study it
Male gooseTo travel or move around aimlessly; to ramble
To produce spittle; to droolNot public; confidential
Small dam used to control river flowSomeone who inherits property, a title, etc. upon the death of the owner
Unknown personWrath, ire
Floor of a fireplaceLack, scarcity
Stanza or poem of four linesDecorative structure featuring water jets
Unit of land measurement equal to 10,000 square metresSouth American arrow poison extracted from e.g. Strychnos toxifera
An illness or disease, especially a chronic oneForm of address for an English noblewoman
Spicy edible root of Zingiber officinale(UK slang) Ugly person
Provide with a homeMammal of the genus Mus
WharfTo remove the ovaries of (an animal)
Thin Mexican maize flatbread, often filled and folded overSmall fleet of naval vessels
Bunch of flowersLavish feast
Organic compound formed from amino acidsEarthenware beer mug
Definition 1Word pairDefinition 2
Garland of flowersLoss of life
Smart, intelligentAbnormal rise in body temperature (medical term: pyrexia)
Positively charged atom or group of atomsFixed allowance of food, etc.
Baked dish made from layers of pasta and cheeseSparkling wine from France
Citrus fruitEvil spirit; (Australian slang) a policeman
One of the horny epidermal growths forming a bird's plumageShort rest from work, etc.
Marshy or swampy groundLow in pitch
An injury; to injureTied up; to leap; sure, certain
To attack the reputation of, slanderFlowering plant cultivated for its seeds and oil
Tough, hardyPlaying with acoustic instruments
Newly enlisted soldierChannel for conveying fluids
Long narrow open receptacle storing food and water for animalsDivision of e.g. London or New York City
Deep hollow or valleySelf-assurance, equanimity
Pride, arroganceRemnants of something destroyed
(Greek mythology) Odysseus' wifeFlat paper container for a letter, etc.

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