Spelling list: Words ending in -ice

On the end of a word of more than on syllable the /iss/ sound is usually spelled ice.

bodice The bodice of her wedding dress fits perfectly.
hospice We are raising funds to build a new hospice.
justice The killer will be brought to justice.
lattice A lattice is a criss-cross pattern.
malice I did not feel any malice towards her. *
novice I am a complete novice at the game of darts.
office I'll call your office to say you are sick.
practice American English spelling Top tennis players do hours of practice each day.
service Call room service to order breakfast.
solstice The summer solstice is the longest day of the year.
accomplice The criminal and his accomplice were jailed.
apprentice The plumbing company employed Jim as an apprentice.
precipice A vertical cliff is a precipice.
prejudice It is wrong to show prejudice against people who are different.

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Learn about these words in Unit 20. Soft c: ce, ci, cy

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