One syllableTwo syllableThree syllableFour syllableWord-final
be
he
me
re
she
the
we
ye
became
become
befit
before
beget
began
begin
begun
behave
behold
behind
being
belief
belong
below
bemoan
berate
beset
bestow
beta (UK)
betel
beware
beyond
cedar
debase
debate
decaf
decal
decant
decay
decent
decide
declare
decoy
decree
deduce
deduct
deface
define
defy
delay
demand
demon
demur
deploy
deter
detox
devout
edict
ego
eon (US)
egret
equal
ethos
even
evil
feline
female
fever
legal
lemur
lethal
penal
prearm
prebook
precast
precise
precook
precut
predate
predict
prefab
prefect
premade
prepaid
prepare
prequel
presale
present
preset
preside
presume
preteen
prevail
prevent
prewarn
react
rebel
rebind
reboot
rebuff
rebuke
rebut
recant
recast
recede
recent
recess
record
recur
redact
redeem
redid
redo
redraw
refit
reflect
refund
regent
regret
regrow
rehab
reheat
reject
relate
relax
relent
relief
relive
rely
remain
remand
remark
remind
remit
remix
remote
remove
renal
renew
reopen
repaid
repay
repel
reply
report
repute
rerun
resent
reset
resist
resort
result
retake
retell
return
secret
vegan
veto
behemoth
genius
indices
matrices
medium
menial
meteor
museum
premium
previous
tedium
torpedo
chameleon
dandelion
abalone
Aborigine
acme
acne
adobe
ante
Antigone
Apache
apostrophe
Bronte
catastrophe
diabetes
diamante
diastole
epitome
extempore
finale
hyperbole
kamikaze
karaoke
minke
Nike
recipe
sesame
simile
Socrates
stele
syncope
systole

2 thoughts on “e as in me

  1. Daisy

    Hi spelfabet, just letting you know that 5th graders are actually using this website. The teacher is saying that some of these words are just made up. Listen if you want good ratings try and use some real words not just made up ones. If you also want this to be a child friendly and a school recommended website please to improve. Just the heads up.

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    1. alison Post author

      Hi, thanks for the feedback, but these are all real words, though some of them are names e.g. Antigone is a character in Greek legend, her name is in the Macquarie dictionary. Maybe the teacher doesn’t know all the words, but that doesn’t make them non-words. The lists on this website are not intended for 5th graders, they’re for adults to use in selecting words that are suitable for their learners which share a spelling pattern. A class studying Antigone would be interested in spelling her name, but if the teacher doesn’t know who Antigone is, and the class is not learning about her, then obviously that’s not a word that the teacher would select.

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