Words with EE: 200+ Most Important English Words with EE


What are ee words? What words have ee in them? What word has double ee? What words end with ee? What English words with ee in them?

EE words are the words which contain ee. EE words may have ee at the beginning, in the middle, or at the end. In this post, we’ll list words with ee in the middle, words that end with ee and words which start with ee.

A list of the Most Common English Words with EE/ English Words with Double ee

Here is a list of words with ee in them. This ee words list can help you enrich your vocabulary. Some of these ee words are used in good sentences below.

The following words have ee in them.  Some words end with ee. other words have ee in the middle and some words start with ee.

English Words with EE in Them / A List of Words with EE

This EE words list is not exhaustive. More double ee words lists are below.

  • Beehive
  • Bee-eater
  • Beech
  • Beef
  • Beefburger
  • Beefcake
  • Beefsteak
  • Beefy
  • Beeline
  • Beep
  • Beeper
  • Been
  • Beer
  • Beery
  • Beeswax
  • Beet
  • Beetle
  • Beetroot
  • Cheese
  • Decreer
  • Decreest
  • Decreet
  • Decreeth
  • Decreeing
  • Decreeable
  • Deed
  • Deem
  • Deep
  • Deepen
  • Deeply
  • Deerhound
  • Eeke
  • Eef
  • Eek
  • Eel
  • Een
  • Eelboat
  • Eelblenny
  • Eelbuck
  • Eeler
  • Eelfare
  • Eelgrass
  • Eeling
  • Eellike
  • Eelpot
  • Eelpout
  • Eels
  • Eelskin
  • Eelspear
  • Eelworm
  • Eely
  • Eem
  • Feeble
  • Feed
  • Feedback
  • Feedbag
  • Feeder
  • Feel
  • Feeler
  • Feeling
  • Feet
  • Flee
  • Free
  • Gee
  • Gee-gee
  • Geek
  • Geese
  • Geezer
  • Glee
  • Greece
  • Greed
  • Greedful
  • Greedy
  • Green
  • Heed
  • Heedful
  • Heedless
  • Heel
  • Hee-haw
  • Hee-hee
  • Heeb
  • Heebie-jeebie
  • Heedance
  • Heeder
  • Heedful
  • Heedfull
  • Heedfully
  • Heedfullness
  • Heedily
  • Heediness
  • Heedless
  • Heedlessly
  • Heedlessness
  • Heedworthy
  • Heedy
  • Heegaard
  • Heel
  • Heel-palm
  • Heelball
  • heelbone
  • Heeled
  • Heeler
  • Heelflip
  • Heeling
  • Heelless
  • Heellessness
  • Heelpath
  • Heelpiece
  • Heelpost
  • Heelprint
  • Heels
  • Heelside
  • Heeltap
  • Heemraad
  • Indeed
  • Indeedy
  • Indeedy-doody
  • Jeep
  • Jeer
  • Jeez
  • Keel
  • Keen
  • Keenly
  • Keenness
  • Keep
  • Keeper
  • Keeping
  • Keepsake
  • knee
  • Leech
  • Leek
  • Leeward
  • Leeway
  • Leek
  • Leer
  • Leery
  • Meet
  • Leed
  • Meek
  • Meekness
  • Meekly
  • Meet
  • Meeting
  • Need
  • Needn’t
  • Needful
  • Needle
  • Needless
  • Needlework
  • Needy
  • Neep
  • Peek
  • Peekaboo
  • Peel
  • Peeler
  • Peelings
  • Peep
  • Peep-bo
  • Peephole
  • Peer
  • Peerage
  • Peeress
  • Peerless
  • Peeve
  • Reef
  • Seed
  • Seek
  • Sheep
  • Sneeze
  • Sleep
  • Spree
  • Sweet
  • Teem
  • Teen
  • Teenage
  • Teenager
  • Teeny
  • Teepee
  • Teeter
  • Teetotal
  • Teetotaller
  • Teeth
  • Teethe
  • Three
  • Tree
  • Treeless
  • Treeline
  • Treetop
  • Wheel
  • Weed
  • Week
  • Weep
  • Lesseeship
  • Meece
  • Mee-maw
  • Meece
  • Meeces
  • Meecher
  • Meeching
  • Meed
  • Meedful
  • Meedja
  • Meehan
  • Meeja
  • Meek
  • Meeken
  • Meeker
  • Meekly
  • Meekness
  • Meeknesses
  • Meeks
  • Meem
  • Meep
  • Meemaw
  • Meeple
  • Meer
  • Meerkat
  • Meerkitten
  • Meerschaum
  • Meese
  • Meess
  • Meet-up
  • Meetable
  • Meetaversary
  • Meeten
  • Meeter
  • See-through
  • Seeable
  • Seecatch
  • Seech
  • Seed
  • Absenteeism
  • Absentee
  • Presenteeism
  • Presentee
  • Fee-based

What 3 Letter Word Ends with EE? Words with Two EE

Bellow are the shortest double ee words.

  • Tee
  • Bee
  • See
  • Pee
  • Fee
  • Mee

What Words End with EE? Which Word Ends in EE?

Here is an important list of words that end in ee. Some of these words with ee at the end are used in examples in a table below.

  • Agree
  • Disagree
  • Foresee
  • Unforesee
  • Flee
  • Free
  • Fee
  • See
  • Slee
  • Pee
  • Mee
  • Bee
  • Tee
  • Appointee
  • Assignee
  • Congree
  • Committee
  • Arrestee
  • Lessee
  • Oversee
  • Levee
  • Outsee
  • Presentee
  • Puree
  • Referee
  • Swingltree
  • Presentee
  • Trainee
  • Rappee
  • Knee
  • Razee
  • Enfree
  • Decree

EE Words in English in Sentences

The table below shows some English words with double ee used in sentences.

English words with ee in themEnglish words with ee in sentences
See/trainee/overseeI need to see some trainees. I’m their supervisor. I oversee them on a daily basis.
MeetI’m pleased to meet you.
FeedMy mom feeds the chickens before going to work.
Hee-hawHee-haw is the cry of a donkey or an ass.
CommitteeOur school’s committee agreed on some new school rules.
PeelShe uses a peeler to peel vegetables and fruit.
MeetableYou should always set meetable goals. That is, your goals should be achievable.
MeekAll my friends are meek. They are not boastful.
FeeThe study fees this academic year are very high.
BeeHoney bees make honey. Bees make their own honeycomb from beeswax.
WeepShe was sad and weeping because she lost her father in a car accident.
HeelShe fell and broke her leg as she was wearing high-heeled shoes.
PresenteeismPresenteeism is obligatory in our school.
NeedyWe should help the needy and take of them.
NeedA friend in need is a friend indeed.
Eel An eel looks like a snake.
Eerie (adjective)Eerie means strange and mysterious. /
EEOCEqual Employment Opportunity Commission
RefereeSome articles are read by two referees before they are published in our journal.

Words That Start with EE

  • Eek
  • Eef
  • Eejit
  • Eel
  • Eel-blenny
  • Eelboat
  • Eelbuck
  • Eeler
  • Eelfare
  • Eelgrass
  • Eelpot
  • Eerie
  • Eerily
  • Eeriness
  • Eeyore
Verbs with eeVerbs synonyms/verbs meaningVerbs with ee in examples
PeelTo remove the skin or outer covering of something.He peeled a banana and ate it quickly.
SeemTo look; to appear/ to be perceived asShe seems to be sick today./It seems to me that he’s just squandering his time on unimportant things.
DeemTo considerMy employer usually deems my efforts insufficient. For this reason, I have started hating my job.
SeeTo watch/ to form a mental picture of something or someone.I didn’t see any films last night as I was too tired./ Do you see what I mean?
SneezeTo expel air as a reflex induced by an irritation in the nose.I’ve got a bad cold. I have been sneezing all day long. / You had better sneeze into your sleeve so as to avoid passing on the virus.
MeetTo come face to face with somebody by arrangement.It was nice to meet you. Bye for now. / Let’s meet tomorrow at 10 o’clock.
NeedTo have an absolute requirement for something or someone. /to want strongly.We all need water to survive./ I need to eat because I’m hungry./ Do you need any help? I need you beside me, my dearest.
FreeTo releaseMany political prisoners were freed after coming to an agreement with the political party.
CreepTo move quietly and slowly because you do not want to be heard or seen.Last night, I heard someone creeping around the house./ I crept up the stairs so as not to disturb the sleeping babies.
SleepTo have enough beds for a number of people.Our caravan can sleep four people./ This five-star hotel sleeps a hundred guests.

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