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Pronunciation:

[s_ˈiː], [sˈiː], [sˈiː]
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Synonyms for Se:

Se (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Se:

  1. atp, z, slay, fee, tree, wei, curie, tee, trainee, brie, sea, lp, licensee, si, retiree, jay, ray, vi, mc, greased, be, cay, may, foresee, day, mei, sleigh, pieced, bee, east, gee, enlistee, he, stay, trey, dray, yeast, lessee, honoree, chablis, lxi, nestle, klee, ski, draftee, sway, bourgeoisie, tray, tennessee, beast, li, degree, mt, cd, tv, decree, prey, rb, ip, neigh, leased, re, yea, zea, ddt, wy, key, paye, ti, cc, ab, cod, priest, ley, knee, esprit, k, play, vendee, feast, spree, three, trustee, ca, flee, debris, ney, whoopee, hey, ay, fay, de, lsd, marquee, emcee, referee, plea, potpourri, wee, weigh, b, nominee, marquis, bray, spray, fleeced, d, leigh, me, pea, v, parolee, pay, kea, j, rupee, least, gutsy, ne, flay, stray, shay, internee, xi, pei, sep, lay, c, yangtze, ranee, bay, guarantee, oversea, free, lee, hay, ee, whey, ceased, mit, zee, banshee, tea, g, lei, detainee, pray, grey, way, devotee, yippee, yi, id, fray, frey, nay, inductee, disagree, lea, clay, deportee, appointee, t, mi, guaranty, indri, te, glee, fey, see, p, fop, undersea, flea, say, fe, nee, jubilee, gray;
  2. allay, cliche, purvey, ha, repay, risque, cache, defray, buffet, crochet, display, decreased, fillet, cafe, albee, millay, released, ga, essay, valet, policed, bouquet, deceased, increased, toupee, belay, croquet, delay, today, astray, southeast, puree, ac, ballet, parquet, beret, okay, convey, decay, filet, monet, northeast, hooray, portray, agree, dismay, passe, manet, bombay, survey, replay, moray, da, halfway, saute, away, betray, array, obey, sorbet;
  3. underplay, fiance, attache, faberge, ira, unreleased, disarray, addressee, overstay, piaget, cabernet, underway, cabaret, overplay, dak, disobey;
  4. cabriolet, interviewee, communique, naivete;

Quotes for Se:

  1. The mere holding of slaves, therefore, is a condition having per se nothing of moral character in it, any more than the being a parent, or employer, or ruler. Samuel Morse.
  2. All pain is per se and especially in excess, destructive and ultimately fatal in its nature and effects. James Young Simpson.
  3. Pleasure becomes a value, a teleological end in itself. It's probably more Western than U. S. per se David Foster Wallace.

Adjectives for Se:

  • al male,
  • gifted young,
  • bright yellow,
  • more or less,
  • more.
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