Correct spelling for KEE

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Possible correct spellings for kee

  • bee At this point began one of the by-plays of my acquaintance with the bee-man.
  • fee What is the fee?
  • gee He turned to face her, meeting her stormy eyes laughingly; and exclaimed: " Gee!
  • keel Flowers red, keel larger than the standard and wings.
  • keen Many men seem to take a keen delight in having something the matter with them.
  • keep I'll keep them to myself when they come.
  • keg But if you'd like to have a keg of it for your own drinking, I'll send it to you and be glad enough to do so for old acquaintance' sake."
  • ken I ken it by the crook in its little finger.
  • key "Better turn the key on him," suggested Peckover.
  • klee There are churches and statues of their erection, but you are left to decide for yourself whether you like those works or not. Several historic figures appear on the scene: Tilly, Waldstein, Koenigsmark the Swedish General, and his chaplain, Dr. Klee.
  • knee So let's go get the bacon fried, And let us mak a clean fireside, And when he comes he will thee ride Upon his knee sae cannie.
  • lee Astonished at her insight and more than astonished at her self-control, the experienced cracksman paused, and then in tones he rarely used, remarked quietly: You are playing with your life, Miss Lee.
  • nee Ma-nee, disconsolate but brave, departed.
  • see You see, Jane Oglander will be here then.
  • tee The oak-saplings rubbed their old leaves one on another, as folks rub their hands, feeling life and warmth; the chestnut-buds groped like an infant's fingers; and the chorus broke out again, the thrush leading-"Tiurru, tiurru, chippewee; tio-tee, tio-tee; queen, queen, que-een!"
  • wee When you're in Tophet, a sympathetic Tophetuan with a wee drop of the milk of human kindness is more comfort than a radiant angel who showers down upon you, from the celestial Fortnum and Mason's, potted shrimps and caviare."
  • Eke It involved the attendance of the entire staff-Domenico and the boy Giuseppe coaxing the patent stove to burn, restraining it when it burnt too fiercely, using the bellows to it when it threatened to go out, relighting it when it did go out; Francesca anxiously hovering over the tap regulating its trickle, because if it were turned on too full the water instantly ran cold, and if not full enough the stove blew up inside and mysteriously flooded the house; and Costanza and Angela running up and down bringing pails of hot water from the kitchen to eke out what the tap did.
  • Dee Come back, or he'll dee thro' want o' his bairn.

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