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Words that rhyme with -eek

List of words that end with a "eek " sound


Ais forAntique

Something is antique if it is old, and people think it is worth collecting. Some antique things aren't worth very much, and people just like to collect them. But other things become more valuable the older they get, and some antique items can cost a lot of money to buy. Antique is often used to describe an old, expensive item, while vintage is often used to describe a less expensive old item, but the two words can be interchanged.
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Bis forBeak

A beak, or bill, is the hard mouth parts of a bird. Other animals like turtles that have hard mouths can also be described as having a beak.

Bis forBleak

A place is bleak if it is bare, desolate and windswept. Your mood or outlook is bleak if it is without hope or depressing.

Cis forCheek

Your cheeks are on either side of your face. They are usually round and rosy. The bone you can feel near the top of your cheek is called your cheekbone.
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Cis forCreek

A creek is a type of small river. Another word for a creek is a stream.
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Gis forGreek

Greek is the language spoken in Greece, anything related to Greece or a person from Greece.

Lis forLeak

Something leaks if what is inside it can drip out when it is not supposed to. The picture is of a bucket that is leaking badly from several holes.

Lis forLeek

Scientific name: allium ampeloprasum var. porrum
Leeks are members of the onion family. They grow a tight bundle of leaves above the ground rather than a round bulb like an onion. Leeks are used mainly in soups and stews. They have a much milder flavour than onions do.
Mozambique is a country in south east Africa. The capital of Mozambique is Maputo. People in Mozambique speak Portuguese and Swahili.
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Pis forPeak

The peak of a mountain is its highest point. The top of anything may also be called its peak. Anyone or anything that is at the high or best point is also called a peak, for example "he was in peak physical condition" or "she was at the peak of her career".