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2009-02-01 17:09:20
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Make that 'What ARE beeves?" 'Beeves' is the plural of 'beef.' It means cattle ready for slaughter or the carcasses before they have been carved into the various cuts of meat.


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Depending on context, the plural of beef is beef, beeves or beefs.beef (mass noun)Meaning: the flesh of a cow, bull, or ox, used as food.beeves (US beefs) (count noun),Meaning: cows, bulls, or oxen fattened for their meat, i.e.The farmer brought 20 beeves to marketbeefs (count noun)Meaning: grievances, complaintsPoor education was just one of his beefs.

(eevz) (as thick as) thieves autumn/blanket of/carpet of/fallen/ leaves beeves eaves greaves heaves in (/roll up) someone's shirtsleeves Maldives sheaves thievesnear rhyme (spoken)(eeTHz) bequeaths sheathes teethes unsheathes

2-letter wordsbe, ef, es3-letter wordsbee, efs, eve, fee, see, vee4-letter wordsbeef, bees, eves, fees, vees5-letter wordsbeefs6-letter wordsbeeves16 words found.

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern BEEV--. That is, six letter words with 1st letter B and 2nd letter E and 3rd letter E and 4th letter V. In alphabetical order, they are: beeves

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 11 words with the pattern -EEV--. That is, six letter words with 2nd letter E and 3rd letter E and 4th letter V. In alphabetical order, they are: beeves deeved deeves keeves peeved peever peeves reeved reeves weever weevil

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern BE-VES. That is, six letter words with 1st letter B and 2nd letter E and 4th letter V and 5th letter E and 6th letter S. In alphabetical order, they are: beeves

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 10 words with the pattern -EEVE-. That is, six letter words with 2nd letter E and 3rd letter E and 4th letter V and 5th letter E. In alphabetical order, they are: beeves deeved deeves keeves peeved peever peeves reeved reeves weever

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 15 words with the pattern --EVES. That is, six letter words with 3rd letter E and 4th letter V and 5th letter E and 6th letter S. In alphabetical order, they are: beeves breves cleves deeves greves keeves kieves mieves naeves nieves peeves preves reeves rieves sieves

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 26 words with the pattern -EE--S. That is, six letter words with 2nd letter E and 3rd letter E and 6th letter S. In alphabetical order, they are: beeves deeves feeses feezes geests heezes keenos keeves leears leeses neelds neeles neembs neeses neezes peeces peeoys peepes peeves reedes reests reeves teends teenes veenas weekes

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 17 words with the pattern -EE-ES. That is, six letter words with 2nd letter E and 3rd letter E and 5th letter E and 6th letter S. In alphabetical order, they are: beeves deeves feeses feezes heezes keeves leeses neeles neeses neezes peeces peepes peeves reedes reeves teenes weekes

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 35 words with the pattern --EVE-. That is, six letter words with 3rd letter E and 4th letter V and 5th letter E. In alphabetical order, they are: beeves breves brevet cheven chevet clever cleves deeved deeves eleven greves keeves kieves liever mieved mieves naeves nieves peeved peever peeves preved preves reeved reeves riever rieves sieved sieves soever steven sweven trevet uneven weever

It's all descended from the Norman invasion of England. The Anglo-Saxon words were considered lowly, for peasants only. So "buef" was better than "cu", just as "cuisine" is better than "food." In 1066, the invading Normans spoke French, the Anglo-Saxon natives spoke Old English. The resulting language, Middle English, included words from both. We have "pork" from the French and "swine" from Old English, as well as "mutton" from the French and "sheep" from Old English. Likewise, "veal" and "calf". Some have theorized that the Normans were not involved in keeping the animals, only in consuming the product, while the (Anglo-Saxon) peasants were the ones who raised the animals. Consequently, the Germanic words apply to the animals while the French words apply to the meat we derive from them. Although, as recently as 100 years ago, ranchers in the US would take inventory of the number of "beeves" on their land.

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 56 words with the pattern -E-VE-. That is, six letter words with 2nd letter E and 4th letter V and 5th letter E. In alphabetical order, they are: beaver beeves deaved deaves deeved deeves delved delver delves devvel heaved heaven heaver heaves helved helves keeves kerved kerves leaved leaven leaver leaves neives nerved nerver nerves peavey peeved peever peeves pelves perved perves reaved reaver reaves reeved reeves reived reiver reives revved selves served server serves velvet vervel verven verves vervet weaved weaver weaves weever

William B. Travis asked for help from those whom he addressed for help while under siege at the Alamo . "To the people of Texas & all Americans in the world--" The full text of his letter follows ~ Commandancy of the Alamo- Bejar, Feby. 24th, 1836 To the people of Texas & all Americans in the world-- Fellow citizens & compatriots-- I am besieged, by a thousand or more of the Mexicans under Santa Anna -- I have sustained a continual bombardment & cannonade for 24 hours & have not lost a man -- The enemy has demanded a surrender at discretion, otherwise, the garrison are to be put to the sword, if the fort is taken -- I have answered the demand with a cannon shot, & our flag still waves proudly from the walls -- I shall never surrender or retreat. Then, I call on you in the name of Liberty, of patriotism & everything dear to the American character, to come to our aid, with all dispatch -- The enemy is receiving reinforcements daily & will no doubt increase to three or four thousand in four or five days. If this call is neglected, I am determined to sustain myself as long as possible & die like a soldier who never forgets what is due to his own honor & that of his country -- VICTORY OR DEATH. William Barret Travis Lt. Col. comdt. P.S. The Lord is on our side -- When the enemy appeared in sight we had not three bushels of corn -- We have since found in deserted houses 80 or 90 bushels and got into the walls 20 or 30 head of Beeves.

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 107 words with the pattern -EE-E-. That is, six letter words with 2nd letter E and 3rd letter E and 5th letter E. In alphabetical order, they are: beebee beefed beeped beeper beeted beeves beezer deeded deeder deemed deepen deeper deeved deeves feeder feeler feered feesed feeses feezed feezes geeked geezer heeded heeder heeled heeler heezed heezes jeeled jeeped jeered jeerer keeked keeker keeled keeler keened keener keeper keeves leeped leered leeses meeken meeker meered meeter needed needer neeles neesed neeses neezed neezes peeces peeked peeled peeler peened peeped peeper peepes peered peeved peever peeves peewee reeded reeden reeder reedes reefed reefer reeked reeker reeled reeler reeved reeves seeded seeder seeker seeled seemed seemer seeped teemed teemer teened teener teenes teepee teered teeter veepee veered weeded weeder weekes weened weeper weeted weeten weeter weever weewee

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 179 words with the pattern -EE---. That is, six letter words with 2nd letter E and 3rd letter E. In alphabetical order, they are: beebee beechy beefed beegah beenah beento beeped beeper beeted beetle beeves beezer deeded deeder deeing deejay deemed deepen deeper deepie deeply deeved deeves deewan feeble feebly feeder feeing feeler feered feerie feerin feesed feeses feezed feezes geebag geegaw geeing geeked geests geezah geezer heeded heeder heehaw heeled heeler heezed heezes heezie jeeing jeeled jeelie jeeped jeered jeerer keeked keeker keeled keeler keelie keened keener keenly keenos keeper keeves leears leeing leeped leered leeses leetle leeway meeken meeker meekly meemie meered meeter meetly needed needer needle needly neelds neeles neembs neesed neeses neezed neezes peeces peeing peeked peeled peeler peened peenge peeoys peeped peeper peepes peepul peered peerie peeved peever peeves peewee peewit reearn reebok reecho reechy reeded reeden reeder reedes reedit reefed reefer reeked reeker reekie reeled reeler reemit reests reesty reeved reeves seeded seeder seeing seeker seeled seelie seemed seemer seemly seeped seesaw seethe teeing teemed teemer teends teened teener teenes teensy teenty teepee teered teeter teethe veejay veenas veepee veered weeded weeder weeing weekes weekly weened weenie weensy weeper weepie weeted weeten weeter weever weevil weewee yeelin

As Flippy T. Fishead & The Mighty Ground Beeves so eloquently put it: There's a full moon in the pasture tonight Hangs like a fine and polished pearl, so pure and white The average guy finds so much beauty in its light But I'm a werecow Moo moo moo I'm a werecow Now I'm stuck It seemed so innocent when Bossy bit my hand I was just tryin' to milk her, but I didn't understand That Bossy really was Pierre the handyman He was a werecow Moo moo moo He was a werecow Moo moo moo By day, I work the fields here on my daddy's farm By night, I roam the neighbor's place in search of corn Chewin' my cud and tryin' to keep my udders warm I'm a werecow Moo moo moo I'm a werecow Moo moo moo The mornings after always make my family wince I know it's hard for them to try and make some sense Of finding me naked with my head stuck through a fence I'm a werecow Moo moo moo I'm a werecow Moo moo moo I'm a werecow I found this gypsy who said she could break the curse Said that she sympathized with me but she'd seen worse Said Lon Chaney, Jr. used to be a client of hers She was pretty, wore a real nice dress Shoot, I was impressed! She asked for money and I gladly said I'd pay But when she said a million bucks, I swear I was enraged So I bit that gypsy, and now, well, we're engaged She's a werecow Moo moo moo She's a werecow Moo moo moo She's a werecow And a pretty little heifer she is, too These days the sheriff lets me spend the night in jail So I won't hurt nobody when the moon turns pale Or end up some entree at the local Steak & Ale I'm a werecow Moo moo moo I'm a werecow Somebody, somebody call a vet Yeah, I think I'm gettin' a touch of milk fever I'm a werecow!

Thank you for a good question, I had made for myself in fact. Humanity has had a long fascination with blood sacrifice. In fact, it has been by no means uncommon for a child to be born into this world only to be patiently and lovingly reared by religious maniacs who believe that the best way to keep the sun on its course or to ensure a rich harvest is to lead him by tender hand into a field or to a mountaintop and bury, butcher, or burn him alive as offering to an invisible God. (Sam Harris). This should seem insane, alas, did God approve? Well, there are different sayings he has made, on either positive/negative appointive positions to this matter: Exodus 22:29 YES Thou shalt not delay to offer the first of thy ripe fruits, and of thy liquors: the firstborn of thy sons shalt thou give unto me. Leviticus 20:2 NO Again, thou shalt say to the children of Israel, Whosoever he be of the children of Israel, or of the strangers that sojourn in Israel, that giveth any of his seed unto Molech; he shall surely be put to death: the people of the land shall stone him with stones. Numbers 31:25-29 YES And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, Take the sum of the prey that was taken, both of man and of beast, thou, and Eleazar the priest, and the chief fathers of the congregation: And divide the prey into two parts; between them that took the war upon them, who went out to battle, and between all the congregation: And levy a tribute unto the Lord of the men of war which went out to battle: one soul of five hundred, both of the persons, and of the beeves, and of the asses, and of the sheep: Take it of their half, and give it unto Eleazar the priest, for an heave offering of the LORD. Deuteronomy 18:10 NO There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire.... (*http:/*) But my personal opinion on this matter, is that it should not have been placed in religion, as there could be better ways to show love through sacrifice than human sacrifice. Yet, I may not argue God's word, however, I find my own opinion as well. However, God is correct, but would him having humans worship thy, and sacrifice themselves to thy, is this no sin? Which of his different sayings were true, or which he had thoroughly upheld? My own memory of what said jew, Rabbi David Wolpe to Sam Harris, atheist, "The father was to sacrifice his son, however he was stopped by an angel, why? Because there was truly no need!"

Below is from Beef Cattle Science by M.E. Ensminger, Chapter 1: History and Development of the Beef Cattle Industry pp. 6-7."Robert Bakewell of Dishley (1726-1795)--an English farmer of remarkable sagacity and hard, common sense--was the first great improver of cattle in England. His objective was to breed cattle that would yield the greatest quantity of good beef rather than to obtain great size. Bakewell had the imagination to picture the future needs of a growing population in terms of meat and set about creating a low-set, blocky, quick-maturing type of beef cattle. He paid little to no attention to fancy points. Rather, he was intensely practical, and no meat animal met with his favor unless it had the ability to put meat on its back."Bakewell's efforts with cattle were directed toward the perfection of the English Longhorn, a class of cattle common to the Tees River Area. He also contributed greatly to the improvement of the Leicester breed of sheep, and the Shire horse. Success crowned his patient skill and unwearied efforts. But success in breeding was no mere happenstance in Bakewell's program. Careful analysis of his methods reveals that three factors were paramount: (1) a definite goal as evidenced by the joints that he preserved in pickle and the skeletones of the more noted animals that adorned his halls; (2) a breeding system characterized breeding the best regardless of relationship, rather than crossing breeds as was the common practice of the time; and (3) a system of proving sires by leasing them at fancy prices to his neighbors, rather than selling them. Because of Bakewell's methods and success, he has often been referred to as the founder of animal breeding."Bakewell's experiments were the top news of the day, and his successes the subject of much comment, both oral and written. The American poet Emerson, for example, said of the British farmer, 'He created sheep, cows, and horses to order...the cow is sacrificed to her bag, the ox to his sirloin.'"By the beginning of the Napoleonic Wars, Bakewell's methods were widely practiced in England, and sheep and cattle were raised more for their flesh than formerly. A new era in livestock improvement was born. As an indication of this change, it is interesting to observe the increase in weights of animals at the famous Smithfield market. In 1710, beeves had averaged 370 lb, calves 50 lb, sheep 28 lb, and lambs 18 lb; whereas in 1795, they had reached 800, 148, 80, and 50 lb, respectively. Although the effect of improved agriculture is not to be minimized, the main influence in this transformation can be attributed to Robert Bakewell, whose imagination, initiative, and courage put a firm foundation under improved methods of livestock breeding."He was the creator of iron railings, garden arbors and delicate scroll work in the images of oak and laurel leaves. Also beginning in the mid 1720's-1730 he was commissioned to create staircase railings and banisters for the Cholmondeley Castle in England. Also commission, for screens, gates and balistrades. Other commissions were Radcliff Camera and All Saints Catherdral. One of the main differences between Bakewell's desogns and other contemporaries, was his signature. He signed each piece as if it were a piece of art...and it was really!

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In the King James version the phrase - free will - does not appear at all. the word - freewill - appears 17 times, but in none of these verses does the word - love - appear. # Lev 22:18 Speak unto Aaron, and to his sons, and unto all the children of Israel, and say unto them, Whatsoever he be of the house of Israel, or of the strangers in Israel, that will offer his oblation for all his vows, and for all his freewill offerings, which they will offer unto the LORD for a burnt offering; # Lev 22:21 And whosoever offereth a sacrifice of peace offerings unto the LORD to accomplish his vow, or a freewill offering in beeves or sheep, it shall be perfect to be accepted; there shall be no blemish therein. # Lev 22:23 Either a bullock or a lamb that hath any thing superfluous or lacking in his parts, that mayest thou offer for a freewill offering; but for a vow it shall not be accepted. # Lev 23:38 Beside the sabbaths of the LORD, and beside your gifts, and beside all your vows, and beside all your freewill offerings, which ye give unto the LORD. # Num 15:3 And will make an offering by fire unto the LORD, a burnt offering, or a sacrifice in performing a vow, or in a freewill offering, or in your solemn feasts, to make a sweet savour unto the LORD, of the herd or of the flock: # Num 29:39 These things ye shall do unto the LORD in your set feasts, beside your vows, and your freewill offerings, for your burnt offerings, and for your meat offerings, and for your drink offerings, and for your peace offerings. # Deu 12:6 And thither ye shall bring your burnt offerings, and your sacrifices, and your tithes, and heave offerings of your hand, and your vows, and your freewill offerings, and the firstlings of your herds and of your flocks: # Deu 12:17 Thou mayest not eat within thy gates the tithe of thy corn, or of thy wine, or of thy oil, or the firstlings of thy herds or of thy flock, nor any of thy vows which thou vowest, nor thy freewill offerings, or heave offering of thine hand: # Deu 16:10 And thou shalt keep the feast of weeks unto the LORD thy God with a tribute of a freewill offering of thine hand, which thou shalt give unto the LORD thy God, according as the LORD thy God hath blessed thee: # Deu 23:23 That which is gone out of thy lips thou shalt keep and perform; even a freewill offering, according as thou hast vowed unto the LORD thy God, which thou hast promised with thy mouth. # 2 Chr 31:14 And Kore the son of Imnah the Levite, the porter toward the east, was over the freewill offerings of God, to distribute the oblations of the LORD, and the most holy things. # Ezr 1:4 And whosoever remaineth in any place where he sojourneth, let the men of his place help him with silver, and with gold, and with goods, and with beasts, beside the freewill offering for the house of God that is in Jerusalem. # Ezr 3:5 And afterward offered the continual burnt offering, both of the new moons, and of all the set feasts of the LORD that were consecrated, and of every one that willingly offered a freewill offering unto the LORD. # Ezr 7:13 I make a decree, that all they of the people of Israel, and of his priests and Levites, in my realm, which are minded of their own freewill to go up to Jerusalem, go with thee. # Ezr 7:16 And all the silver and gold that thou canst find in all the province of Babylon, with the freewill offering of the people, and of the priests, offering willingly for the house of their God which is in Jerusalem: # Ezr 8:28 And I said unto them, Ye are holy unto the LORD; the vessels are holy also; and the silver and the gold are a freewill offering unto the LORD God of your fathers. # Psa 119:108 Accept, I beseech thee, the freewill offerings of my mouth, O LORD, and teach me thy judgments.

Here are over fifty interesting facts about cows:1. "Female cows" are females. Cows are mature female bovines that are over 2 years of age that have had a calf or more.2. A cow's gestation period is 285 days long.3. Cows give milk for their calves. Dairy cows give much more milk than beef cows.4. There are two main types of cows: dairy cows and beef cows.5. All cows are found on farms or ranches.6. All cows eat grass, as well as hay and silage.7. Cows come in a variety of colours besides black-and-white. Bulls also come in a variety of colours, and most are not all brown with horns.8. Cows come in a variety if sizes and shapes.9. There are over 900 breeds of cows in the world10. There are two primary species of cows. Bos Taurusare European cattle like your average milk and beef cattle. Bos indicus are humped, loose-skinned, large-eared cattle that are found in hot, southern climates. Either species can interbreed, producing fertile offspring.11. Male "cows" are called bulls, if intact.12. Male "cows" are called steers if they have been castrated.13. Young female cows are called heifers if they are less than 2 years of age and have not yet given birth to a calf.14. A calf is a general term for young cattle from birth to weaning.15. A cow only has one udder, which is divided up into 4 quarters, with a teat for each quarter.16. A cow has hair, not fur17. A cow that is not of the B. indicus species only has sweat glands on its nose.18. A cow, and all ruminant animals, have a four chambered stomach to efficiently digest roughage. The four chambers are named as follows: reticulum, rumen, omasum and abomasum. The rumen is the largest of all the stomachs, able to hold around 50 gal of digesta. The abomasum, the fourth stomach, is very similar to that of a human's stomach. The reticulum is called the "hardwire" stomach because it collects foreign materials such as wire before the rest of the feed enters the rumen; the omasum acts like a sponge, extracting all water out of the digesta from the rumen before entering the abomasum.19. Not all cows and bulls have horns. Most traditionally horned breeds are being selected for being born with no horns (called polled); however a few breeds that are horned are still encouraged to be so, such as Texas Longhorn, Scottish Highland, English Longhorn, Ankole-Watusi, Spanish Fighting Bulls, Corriente and Florida Crackers/Pineywoods, to name a few.20. Cows are used for much more than beef and milk. No part of the cow is wasted after slaughtered, with exception for those that are not healthy.21. The meat from cows or cattle is called "beef."22. The plural for cow is cattle. Cattle is only used when referring to a number of animals in general, without any regards to gender, age or breeding.23. Cow, as a more general term, refers to the same animal in other names such as beeves, bovines, critters, animals, cattlebeast, beast, etc.24. A group of cattle is called a herd, drove, mob or drift.25. Cows can live, on average, up to 15 to 20 years of age.26. Cows can have up to 18 to 20 offspring in their lifetime, if they are long-standing, healthy, productive members of the herd.27. Cows can weigh as little as 200 lbs for the minature breeds, or as heavy as 3000 lbs for the largest breeds in the world (Chianina, for instance)28. There are three types of beef breeds: British breeds, for those who originated in the U.K (Scotland, England, Ireland), the Continental breeds, for those who originated in parts of Europe (France, Spain, Germany, Holland, Denmark, Switzerland, etc.), and the Exotic breeds, for those who are more rarely used for beef, no matter where they are from (Highland cattle, Dexters, Texas Longhorn etc.). The exception for all of the above is the Brahman breed, which originated in America. The Brahman is considered the fourth type of beef breed because it is of a different species than the rest of the common beef cattle.29. The most common dairy cow used is the Holstein-Freisian. She can produce 10,000 gallons of milk per year.30. Cows are found on all continents of the world except Antarctica.31. Cows can walk up stairs, but not down them. This is because her knees cannot bend properly when she tries to go down.32. A cow gives nearly 200,000 glasses of milk in her lifetime.33. A cow can drink 25 to 30 gallons of water a day.34. A cow has 206 bones.35. A cow doesn't bite grass, she wraps her tongue around it, and uses her bottom teeth to shear it off. She doesn't use her whole head to tear off a mouthful of grass like sheep and horses do; her jaw and tongue does most of the work.36. A cow that weighs 1000 pound can produce an average of 12 tons of manure every year.37. A cow usually spends 6-7 hours in day eating cud and around 8 hours on chewing it.38. Almost all cows chew at least 50 times per minute.39. An average cow has more than 40,000 jaw movements in a day.40. An average cow produces 30 lbs of urine and 65 lbs pounds of feces daily.41. Cows can only give milk until after they have had a calf.42. A cow stands up and sits down about 14 times a day.43. Cows are venerated in the Hindu religion of India.44. Cows have almost total 360-degree panoramic vision.45. Cows have an acute sense of smell and can smell something up to 6 miles away.46. Cows produce around 90 percent of the milk in the world.47. Dairy cows can produce up to 125 lbs of saliva a day.48. The average body temperature of a cow is 101.5 degrees Fahrenheit49. A Holstein cow, named Robthom Suzet Paddy, holds the record for the greatest yield for a single lactation (365 days), at 59,298 lbs.50. A cow named Cow No. 289 holds the record for the highest lifetime yield of milk for a single cow, at 465,224 lbs.51. The highest milk yield for a single day is 241 lbs, by a cow named Urbe Blanca.52. The oldest cow till date was Big Bertha, a Dremon, which died just 3 months shy of her 49th birthday.They have 4 stomaches :0)

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 982 words with the pattern -E--E-. That is, six letter words with 2nd letter E and 5th letter E. In alphabetical order, they are: aeried aerier aeries aesces aether beaded beader beaked beaker beamed beamer beaned beared bearer beares beaten beater beaver becked beckes becket bedded bedder bedyed bedyes beebee beefed beeped beeper beeted beeves beezer beflea befret begged begoes beigel beiges beleed belees belied belief belier belies belled belles belted belter bembex bended bendee bender benjes bennes bennet bergen berley bermed bermes berret beseem beseen besees besped bested beteem bethel betted better bevies bevues beweep ceased ceases ceazed ceazes ceiled ceiler celled censed censer censes center cerges cermet cerned cernes certes cessed cesser cesses deaded deaden deader deafen deafer dealer deaned deaner deared dearer deares deaved deaves debted debtee debyes decked deckel decker decree decrew dectet deeded deeder deemed deepen deeper deeved deeves deffer defied defier defies deflea deflex defter defuel degged degree deiced deicer deices deider deifer deixes delved delver delves demies demoed denied denier denies denned dennet denser dented dentel dentex desses deuced deuces devvel dewier dexies dexter eeched eeches eelier eerier fealed feared fearer feares feased feases feated feater feazed feazes fecked feeder feeler feered feesed feeses feezed feezes felled feller felted felter femmes fenced fencer fences fended fender fenmen fennec fennel ferrel ferret fessed fesses fester fetted fetter feuded fewmet fewter fezzed fezzes gealed geared geares gecked geeked geezer gelded gelder gelees gelled gemmed gemmen gender genies genned gennel gennet genres gentes geodes gerbes gerles germed germen gerned gernes gessed gesses gestes getter geyser headed header healed healee healer heaped heaper hearer heares heated heater heaved heaven heaver heaves hedged hedger hedges heeded heeder heeled heeler heezed heezes hefted hefter heifer heiled heired helled heller helmed helmer helmet helped helper helved helves hemmed hemmer hempen hended henges henley henned henner hented hepper herbed herded herden herder heried heries heroes herpes hersed herses heryed heryes hesped hether heydey jeaned jeeled jeeped jeered jeerer jeffed jelled jembes jennet jereed jerked jerker jersey jessed jesses jested jestee jester jetted jewies kebbed kecked kedged kedger kedges keeked keeker keeled keeler keened keener keeper keeves keffel kegged kegger kegler kelped kelper kelter kembed kemped kemper kenned kennel kenner kennet kented kentes kepped keppen kerbed kerfed kermes kerned kernel kernes kersey kerved kerves keshes kewler keyset leaded leaden leader leafed leaked leaker lealer leamed leaned leaner leaped leaper leared leares leased leaser leases leaved leaven leaver leaves leazes lebbek leched lecher leches ledden ledged ledger ledges leeped leered leeses lefter legged legger legges leglen leglet legmen leiger leired lekked lekker lender lenged lenger lensed lenses lenten leones lepped lessee lessen lesser lesses lested lethee lethes letted letter leudes leveed levees levied levier levies lewder lezzes meager mealed mealer meaned meaner meanes meares meased meases meated meawes meazel medled medles medley meeken meeker meered meeter meined meiney melded melder melees melled melted melter member mended mender meneer menged menges mensed menses mentee meoued meowed mercer merces merdes merged mergee merger merges merles mermen merses meshed meshes mesnes messed messes mestee mester metier metred metres meused meuses mewled mewler mewsed mewses mezzes neafes nealed neaped neared nearer neaten neater nebbed necked necker needed needer neeles neesed neeses neezed neezes neinei neives nelies nemned neoned nephew nerved nerver nerves nesher nesses nested nester nether netted netter neumes neuter newies newsed newses peaced peaces peages peahen peaked pealed peaned peares peased peasen peases peavey peazed peazes peched pecked pecker peckes pecten pedder pedler peeces peeked peeled peeler peened peeped peeper peepes peered peeved peever peeves peewee pegged peghed peined peised peises peized peizes pekoes pellet pelmet pelted pelter pelves pencel pences pended penies penmen penned penner pennes pensee pensel pentel peones pepped pepper peraea perced percen perces perfet perked permed perses perter perved perves pester pether petrel petres petted petter pewees pewter peysed peyses reader reaked realer reales reamed reamer reames reaped reaper reared rearer reates reaved reaver reaves rebbes rebred recced recces rechew recked redded redden redder redeem redleg redoes redrew redyed redyes reeded reeden reeder reedes reefed reefer reeked reeker reeled reeler reeved reeves refeed refeel reffed reflet reflew reflex refuel regies reglet regret regrew reheel reined reises reiter reived reiver reives relied relief relier relies remeet rended render renied renies renker renned rennes rennet rented renter rentes reopen repled repped reseed reseek reseen resees reshes reskew rested restem rester retied reties retree retted reused reuses revied revies review revues revved rezzes seabed sealed sealer seamed seamen seamer seames seaned seared searer seased seases seated seater seazed seazes seckel secret sedged sedges seeded seeder seeker seeled seemed seemer seeped segued segues seidel seiker seiled seined seiner seines seised seiser seises seiten seized seizer seizes selfed seller selles selves semeed semies semper semsem sended sender sennet sensed sensei senses sented sephen sepses septet sequel serged serger serges series serred serres served server serves seshes sesses sestet settee setter sexier sextet teades teamed teamer teared tearer teased teasel teaser teases teated teazed teazel teazes teched teckel tedded tedder tedier teemed teemer teened teener teenes teepee teered teeter tegmen telfer tellen teller telnet temped tempeh temper temsed temses tended tender tenges tenner tennes tenrec tensed tenser tenses tented tenter tenues tepees tercel terces tercet terfes termed termer terned ternes terret terser tested testee tester testes tether tetter texted texter vealed vealer veales veepee veered vegged vegges vegies veiled veiler veined veiner vellet velvet vended vendee vender veneer venged venger venges vennel vented venter venues verdet verged verger verges verier vermes verrel verrey versed verser verses verset verted vertex vervel verven verves vervet vesper vessel vested vestee vetoed vetoer vetoes vetted vetter weaken weaker weaned weanel weaner weared wearer weasel weaved weaver weaves weazen webbed webfed wedded wedder wedged wedges weeded weeder weekes weened weeper weeted weeten weeter weever weewee wefted weftes weiner weired weised weises weized weizes welded welder welked welkes welled welted welter wended wenges wested wester wether wetted wetter yeaned yelled yeller yelmed yelped yelper yemmer yenned yentes yeomen yerded yerked yesked yessed yesses yester yeuked zeroed zeroes zested zester

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