Spelling list: Long /i/ words list 2 MCW

fight He broke his nose in a fight.
sight I saw a strange sight last night.
tight My new boots are too tight.
multiply Brackets in Maths means multiply. *
apply He wanted to apply for a new job.
defy Jennifer had to defy her mother's wishes.
thigh The upper part of a leg is called the thigh.
height The height of the Eiffel Tower is 300m.
sigh The girl sighed as she was bored. *
buy She wants to buy a new dress.
aisle The bride walked down the aisle of the church.
dye Blue dye has come out of my jeans.
rhyme Time, crime and chime all rhyme.
Tyre British English spelling That wheel needs a new tyre.
height The height of the Eiffel Tower is 300m.
assign We need to assign roles to each employee.
design Do you like the design of this web site?
mind He's over 90 but his mind is still sharp.

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