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Words that rhyme with -ete

List of words that end with a "ete " sound

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Bis forBeet

Scientific name: beta vulgaris
Beets are an edible root vegetable, usually a very dark red. They can be eaten raw in salads, steamed or pickled. The stems and leaves of some varieties are also edible and can be used in the same way as spinach.
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Cis forCete

A group of badgers is called a cete.
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Cis forConcrete

Concrete is a something you can use to make roads, buildings, parts of houses and fences out of. Concrete is used more than any other building material. Concrete is made from cement, gravel, lime, sand and water. It starts as a dry mix of all the powders, and after water is added it will go hard within a matter of hours from a chemical reaction.

Eis forEat

You eat food when you put it in your mouth, chew it and then swallow it. People generally cut their food up with a knife and fork before they eat it. You can also eat food with a spoon, chopsticks or your fingers.
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Eis forEnsuite

An ensuite is a small bathroom that is attached to a bedroom, and can only be entered via the bedroom. Ensuites can range from very tiny to large, luxurious rooms.
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Fis forFeet

Feet is the plural of foot. One foot, two feet. Most people have two feet, and most animals have four feet.
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Fis forFleet

A group of planes, cars, trucks or ships is called a fleet. Fleet is also another word for fast or quick.
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His forHeat

Heat is something produced by something that is hot or a way of saying how hot something is, for example "feel the heat outside today", or "set the heat on the oven".
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Something is incomplete if it hasn't been finished yet. A similar word to incomplete is unfinished. The opposite of incomplete is complete or finished.

Mis forMeat

Meat is the flesh of any animal that is used for food. The animals that are most commonly used for food are cows, pigs and sheep. Meat can also be used to refer to the edible part of something, like the meat of a nut.