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Study: Short /e/ spelled ea: Set 2

This list has some longer words with the short /e/ sound spelled ea.

breakfast Call room service to order breakfast.
ready I thought you'd be ready by now.
already The door is already open.
steady The seat is not very steady. *
instead Let's walk instead of driving.
sweater Her new sweater was made from wool.
feather As light as a feather.
leather She has some new leather gloves.
heather Heather is a moorland plant.
weather Let's hope for some good weather.
heaven Many people believe there is life after death in heaven.
jealous She has a very jealous boyfriend.
meadow Dawn broke over the beautiful meadow.
pleasant The temperature was not too hot, just pleasant.
pleasure It gives me great pleasure to be here today.
measure Degree is the unit used to measure angle. *
treasure All the family took part in the treasure hunt.
weapon The police searched him for hidden weapons.
pheasant The pheasant has a long tail.

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