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Words that rhyme with -kee

List of words that end with a "kee " sound

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Albuquerque is the largest city in the state of New Mexico in the United States of America, with a population of almost 900,000.
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Cis forCookie

A cookie is a sweet, baked food. Cookies are usually round and baked until they are crisp, and come in lots of different flavours. They are usually made with flour, sugar, butter and eggs and possibly spices, chocolate, nuts or dried fruit. In some countries, cookies are called biscuits. If you think a biscuit is completely different to a cookie, you would probably consider a biscuit a kind of scone.
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Dis forDonkey

Scientific name: equus africanus asinus
Donkeys are related to the horse, and are used in a similar way for riding and pulling loads around. Donkeys are much smaller than horses and are from the desert, so they do not need as much food as horses. A male donkey is called a jack and a female donkey is called a jennet or jenny.

Gis forGnocchi

Gnocchi are small dumplings. They can be made from flour or potatoes, water and eggs. Gnocchi are typically boiled to cook them and then served like pasta.
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His forHelsinki

Helsinki is the capital of Finland. It has a population of around 600,000.
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His forHockey

Hockey is a very old sport where two teams try and get a puck into the other side's goal, using curved sticks. Hockey played on grass is called field hockey and hockey played on ice is called ice hockey.
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His forHusky

Huskies are a kind of dog that has been bred to pull sleds over snow. They are from Siberia, and have a very thick coat to keep out the cold.
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Jis forJockey

A jockey is someone who professionally rides horses. Jockeys usually ride horses in races. Jockeys need to be as light as possible, so the horses can run faster when they are carrying them.

Kis forKentucky

Kentucky, abbreviated to KY, is a state in the central east of the United States of America, but is classed as a southern state. The capital of Kentucky is Frankfort and the largest city in Kentucky is Louisville.
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Kis forKey

A key is a small metal object that is used to open a lock.