7-letter words that end in he

  • affiche — a poster or advertisement, esp one drawn by an artist, as for the opening of an exhibition
  • all the — so much (more or less) than otherwise
  • ardeche — a department of S France, in Rhône-Alpes region. Capital: Privas. Pop: 294 933 (2003 est). Area: 5556 sq km (2167 sq miles)
  • attache — An attaché is a member of staff in an embassy, usually with a special responsibility for something.
  • babiche — thongs or lacings of rawhide
  • basoche — a guild of medieval Parisian lawyers, granted the privilege of performing religious plays and known for abusing this privilege by performing comic plays instead
  • blanche — a feminine name
  • bobeche — a cup or ring around the socket of a candlestick, intended to catch dripping wax
  • breathe — When people or animals breathe, they take air into their lungs and let it out again. When they breathe smoke or a particular kind of air, they take it into their lungs and let it out again as they breathe.
  • brioche — Brioche is a kind of sweet bread.
  • caleche — calash
  • caliche — a bed of sand or clay in arid regions cemented by calcium carbonate, sodium chloride, and other soluble minerals
  • capiche — (chiefly, US) Alternative form of capisce.
  • capuche — a large hood or cowl, esp that worn by Capuchin friars
  • caroche — a stately ceremonial carriage used in the 16th and 17th centuries
  • ceviche — a South American dish consisting of seafood marinated in citrus fruit, usually served in a salad
  • courche — (Scotland) A square piece of linen formerly worn by women instead of a cap; a kerchief.
  • depeche — the dispatch of a message
  • didache — a treatise, perhaps of the 1st or early 2nd century ad, on Christian morality and practices
  • drenthe — a province in E Netherlands. 1011 sq. mi. (2620 sq. km).
  • earache — pain in the ear; otalgia.
  • ebauche — a rough sketch or initial version
  • ecorche — an anatomical model of part or all of the human body with the skin removed, to allow study of the underlying musculature.
  • embathe — (archaic) To bathe.
  • fourche — forked or divided into two at the extremity or in extremities: a lion's tail fourché; a cross fourché.
  • galoche — Alternative spelling of galoshe.
  • galoshe — (obsolete) A clog or patten.
  • ganache — a whipped frosting or filling made with semisweet chocolate and cream, used for cakes, pastries, and candies.
  • gouache — a technique of painting with opaque watercolors prepared with gum.
  • goyishe — Alternative spelling of goyish.
  • kaneohe — a town on E Oahu, in Hawaii.
  • kolache — a sweet bun filled with jam or pulped fruit.
  • labiche — Eugène Marin [œ-zhen ma-ran] /œˈʒɛn maˈrɛ̃/ (Show IPA), 1815–88, French dramatist.
  • lao she — (Shu Qingchun; Shu Ch'ing-ch'un) 1899–1966, Chinese novelist.
  • leveche — A dry sirocco of Spain.
  • liao he — a river in NE China, flowing from Inner Mongolia to the Gulf of Liaodong. 900 miles (1448 km) long.
  • maunche — a conventional representation of a sleeve with a flaring end, used as a charge.
  • nuraghe — any of the large, tower-shaped, prehistoric stone structures found in Sardinia and dating from the second millennium b.c. to the Roman conquest.
  • panache — a grand or flamboyant manner; verve; style; flair: The actor who would play Cyrano must have panache.
  • panoche — Also, penuche. a coarse grade of sugar made in Mexico.
  • penuche — Also, panocha. Northern, North Midland, and Western U.S. a fudgelike candy made of brown sugar, butter, and milk, usually with nuts.
  • planche — a flat piece of metal, stone, or baked clay, used as a tray in an enameling oven.
  • potiche — a vase or jar, as of porcelain, with a rounded or polygonal body narrowing at the top.
  • quinche — to move, to wince
  • relache — an interval or period of rest, a break from something
  • seviche — a Latin American dish consisting of small pieces of raw fish or shellfish marinated in lime juice with chilies, chopped tomatoes, and herbs: it is served chilled, often as an appetizer
  • sheathe — to put (a sword, dagger, etc.) into a sheath.
  • soroche — a type of altitude sickness
  • staithe — a wharf, where ships can moor and unload or load
  • strophe — the part of an ancient Greek choral ode sung by the chorus when moving from right to left.

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