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  • deed All of your superior officers will now look to you to realize most fully that you are men-men in word, deed, thought and judgment."
  • feed What was that to feed on, all winter?
  • heed Otherwise she took little heed of her surroundings.
  • keel It came up to the surface again, and we all climbed out onto the keel, and waited for rescue.
  • keen She had Bernard and she had Tommy, each keen and ready in her service.
  • keep But Skag knew it would not keep on.
  • keyed Now and again, it is true, some strange voice reaches us, keyed to a different music.
  • meed In her simplicity she even began to hope that being good and steadfast and dutiful would earn her a little meed of happiness.
  • need "You need not be," she said.
  • reed "O my Kyrat, O my steed, Round and slender as a reed, Carry me this peril through!
  • seed The blame is not with the seed, but with the soil.
  • weed Taking out his cigar-case, he offered the man a weed, which was accepted with alacrity, and while it was being lighted, Clarence said: "Are you especially busy now?"
  • Eked They were well-practised fingers, for Mrs. Raynor had supported herself in her widowhood by keeping a millinery establishment, and in this way had earned money enough to give her daughter what was then thought a first-rate education, as well as to save a sum which, eked out by her son-in-law, sufficed to support her in her solitary old age.
  • Geed
  • Kneed
  • Teed

2 words made from the letters keed

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