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BAM—
■EEM—Cont.
EAP
blaspheme
seem
cheap
sheep
esteem
stream
creep
sleep
ream
extreme
deep
steep
scheme
misdeem
heap
sweep
scream
redeem
keep
weep
seam
supreme
neap
asleep
peep
beweep
EAMT-EMPT
EAR
dreamt
contempt
tempt
exempt
beer
career
attempt
cheer
clear
deer
dear
BAN—EEN
ear
cohere
fear
compeer
Words in
een may be al-
lowed to pass as almost per-
fect rhymes
to bean.
fleer
endear
gear
revere
hear
severe
bean
guillotine
here
sincere
clean
intervene
jeer
veneer
dean
sheen
leer
auctioneer
e'en
seen
mere
bandolier
glean
skein
near
buccaneer
green
spleen
peer
chandelier
keen
teen
queer
chanticleer
lean
wean
rear
chiffonier
mean
ween
sear
disappear
mien
between
seer
domineer
queen
canteen
sheer
engineer
screen
careen
smear
gondolier
demesne
convene
sneer
hemisphere
foreseen
demean
spear
interfere
machine
margarine
sphere
mountaineer
obscene
nicotine
steer
muleteer
routine
quarantine
tier
musketeer
serene
submarine
veer
mutineer
unclean
tambourine
year
persevere
aniline
vaseline
adhere
pioneer
crinoline
velveteen
appear
privateer
austere
charioteer
EAN1
• (see ENT)
besmear
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