If you mean words that simply end in "ee" you can't be serious?! What about "agree", "degree", "bee", "free"?I found fiancée, purée and Renée, but is there any word which doesn't have that accent (´)?
No, I don't think this is what you mean. Anyway, words with "ee" at the end which are thus turned from an adjective/verb into a noun, to describe the person for which the adjective/verb holds -- like "absentee" or "attendee" -- are always pronounced with /i:/ at the end.
But not so with "fiancée", which is French, and has to be pronounced /fee'ahn say"/.
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