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5 Letter Words Ending in ‘INE’ – Help for Wordle & Puzzles

5-letter words ending in 'INE' - a comprehensive list to help you solve any word or Wordle puzzle you're working on today!
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We have a complete list of 5-letter words ending in ‘INE’ to help you solve whatever word puzzle you’re working on, whether that’s solving today’s Wordle, finishing a crossword, or even finding a rhyme. If you need some help, check out our list below!

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All 5-Letter Words Ending with INE

Here is a list of all 5-letter words ending with ‘INE’. If you’re looking for a specific word, you can narrow down the possibilities by including information you already have, like what letter(s) you know aren’t in the word.

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5-Letter Words Ending in INE List

  • aline
  • amine
  • avine
  • azine
  • brine
  • chine
  • cline
  • crine
  • daine
  • dwine
  • exine
  • ezine
  • faine
  • gwine
  • imine
  • koine
  • opine
  • ovine
  • oxine
  • peine
  • quine
  • raine
  • reine
  • rhine
  • saine
  • seine
  • shine
  • spine
  • swine
  • thine
  • trine
  • twine
  • urine
  • whine

That wraps up our list of 5-letter words ending with INE! We hope that it helped you on your quest for knowledge today. You can find more information about this game in the Wordle section of our website.

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  1. p.

    Under the correct letter section – I am unable to delete letters that I typed by accident.

    1. Shaun Savage (Admin)

      Are you sure you aren’t just referring to the letters I, N, and E that are locked in place?