New words with 8 letters or fewer in the OWL2: Compiled from Michael Thelen's Zyzzyva page which references the NSA list and Carol Ravichandran's wonderful time-tested LeXpert program.
Note that the NSA list does not include the following new "expurgated" words with 8 letters or fewer: BOFFED, BOFFING, BOINK, BOINKED, BOINKING, BOINKS, BOODIES, BOODY, BUBBA, BUBBAS, BULLDYKE, BULLSHAT, COJONES, DICKHEAD, DIPSHIT, DIPSHITS, FAGGIER, FAGGIEST, FEMINAZI, FUBAR, FUCKOFF, FUCKOFFS, GADJE, GADJO, GAZOO, GAZOOS, GINZO, GINZOES, GRINGA, GRINGAS, HARDASS, HOS, HUNKEY, HUNKEYS, HUNKIE, JOHNSON, JOHNSONS, KANAKA, KANAKAS, LES, LESBO, LESBOS, LESES, NOOKIE, PAPISM, PAPISMS, POO, POOED, POOING, POONTANG, POOS, SHIKSEH, SHIKSEHS, SHITLESS, SHITLIST, SHITLOAD, SHVARTZE, SPAZZ, STIFFIE, STIFFIES, WANK, WANKED, WANKER, WANKERS, WANKING, WANKS, WAZOO, WAZOOS, WILLIE, and WOGGISH.

New Words, 8 Letters and Fewer, Listed by Alphagram


ALPHAGRAMWORDDefinition
AZZAa pizza [n -S]
EFFEa Hebrew letter [n -S]
IKKIthe vital force in Chinese thought [n KIS]
IOOIoy [interj]
IQQIthe vital force that in Chinese thought is inherent in all things [n -S]
ABFFABsomething created or constructed [n -S] / fabulous [adj FABBER, FABBEST]
ABOOBAa hereditary chief in Benin and Nigeria [n -S]
ADNDANa level of skill in martial arts [n -S]
ADOODAa room in a harem [n -S]
AGSAGSag [n]
AGYYAGa synthetic garnet [n -S]
AHIAHIa marine food fish [n -S]
AHSAHSah [v]
AIRRAIa style of popular Algerian music [n -S]
AOPAPOa type of protein [n APOS]
APPAPPa computer program for a major task [n -S]
ASZZASza [n]
BESBESbeth [n BESES]
CGICIGa cigarette [n -S]
CIMMICa microphone [n -S]
CMYMYCa gene that transforms a normal cell into a cancerous cell [n -S]
CRUCRUa grade or class of wine [n -S]
DEFDEFexcellent [adj DEFFER, DEFFEST]
DESEDSed [n]
DFIDIFdiff [n -S]
DHUDUHused to indicate that something just stated is too obvious [interj]
DIVVIDa video [n -S]
EEKEEKused to express sudden fright [interj]
EFSFESfe [n]
EGMMEGa megabyte [n -S]
EGNNEGa photographic negative [n -S]
EKYKYEa private Korean-American banking club [n -S]
ELSLESlez [n LESES]
EPZZEPa long sandwich [n -S]
ETUUTEa utility vehicle [n -S]
GGIIGGto ignore [v -ED, -ING, -S]
GOSGOSgo [n]
HOSHOSho [n]
IKSKISki [n]
IQSQISqi [n]
KSUSUKsouk [n -S]
MOSSOMa monetary unit of Kyrgyzstan [n SOMS]
MUVVUMused to express surprise [interj]
NOOONOa large mackerel [n ONOS]
OOPPOOto defecate -- usually considered vulgar [v -ED, -ING, -S]
PRUURPto vomit [v -ED, -ING, -S]
PSTPSTpsst [interj]
UZZZUZan ancient Hebrew silver coin [n ZUZIM]
ZZZZZZused to suggest the sound of snoring [interj]
AALNNALAnullah [n -S]
AAMRMARAa cavy of Argentina [n -S]
AAMSMASAdough made of dried corn [n -S]
AANPNAPAa soft leather [n -S]
ABFSFABSfab [n]
ABNUBUNAa synthetic rubber [n -S]
ABOSOBASoba [n]
ABOSSOBAa Japanese noodle made from buckwheat flour [n -S]
ACHICHAIspiced tea with honey and milk [n -S]
ACMOCAMOa camouflage pattern [n CAMOS]
ACOSSOCAa blend of soul and calypso music [n -S]
ACPYPACYpacey [adj PACIER, PACIEST]
ADEHAHEDah [v]
ADHOODAHoda [n -S]
ADIQQADIcadi [n -S]
ADNSDANSdan [n]
ADOSODASoda [n]
AEGMMEGAgreat in size or importance [adj]
AFFNNAFFto fool around [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AGGRRAGGa wool fiber [n -S]
AGLMGLAMglitzy attractiveness [n -S]
AGSYYAGSyag [n]
AHISAHISahi [n]
AHKUHAKUa crown of flowers [n -S]
AHSWSHWAschwa [n -S]
AIKSSIKAa small deer native to Asia [n -S]
AILPLIPAa monetary unit of Croatia [n LIPE]
AIRSRAISrai [n]
AKNUKUNAa monetary unit of Croatia [n KUNE]
AKNWWANKto masturbate -- an offensive term [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AKORKORAa stringed African musical instrument [n -S]
AKOYOAKYtasting of oak sap [adj OAKIER, OAKIEST]
AKRURAKUa form of Japanese glazed pottery [n -S]
ALMULUMAa monetary unit of Armenia [n -S]
ALTULATUlats [n]
AMPSSPAMto send unsolicited e-mail to a large number of addresses [v SPAMMED, SPAMMING, SPAMS]
ANOZZONAa transparent substance surrounding the ovum of mammals [n ZONAE]
AOPSAPOSapo [n]
APPSAPPSapp [n]
BBRUBURBa suburb [n -S]
BBUUBUBUboubou [n -S]
BDIIBIDIa cigarette of India [n -S]
BEEFFEEBa wimp (a weak or ineffectual person) [n -S]
BEKRBERKa foolish person [n -S]
BGIOBIOGa biography [n -S]
BGLOBLOGa website containing a personal journal [n -S]
BHOOBOHOa Bohemian [n -HOS]
BIORBIROa ballpoint pen -- a trademark [n -S]
BKORBORKto attack a candidate in the media [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BRUXBRUXto grind the teeth [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
CDERCREDcredibility [n -S]
CEHTECHTgenuine [adj]
CEHTTECHa technician [n -S]
CEMRMERCa mercenary [n -S]
CGISCIGScig [n]
CHLYLYCHlich [n -ES]
CIMSMICSmic [n]
CIRTCRITcriticism [n -S]
CJOUJUCOa junior college [n -COS]
CKOYCOKYcokelike [adj]
CMSYMYCSmyc [n]
CORSCORScor [n]
DEEXEXEDex [v]
DEINDENIa monetary unit of Macedonia [n DENI]
DELTDELTa deltoid [n -S]
DEMSMEDSmed [n]
DFFIDIFFa difference [n -S]
DFISDIFSdif [n]
DHISSIDHa hill inhabited by supernatural beings in Irish folklore [n SIDHE]
DILOLOIDto open a spring lock by using a piece of celluloid [v -ED, -ING, -S]
DINODINOa dinosaur [n -NOS]
DISVVIDSvid [n]
DNOUUDONa Japanese noodle made with wheat flour [n -S]
EEMMMEMEan idea or practice that spreads from person to person [n -S]
EENSESNEa laborer in Anglo-Saxon England [n -S]
EEPRPEREfather [n -S]
EFNUENUFenough [adv]
EFSTFESTa gathering for an activity [n -S]
EGGTTEGGa sheep in its second year [n -S]
EGITGITEa vacation retreat in France [n -S]
EGMSMEGSmeg [n]
EGNSNEGSneg [n]
EILPLIPElipa [n]
EINZZINEa magazine [n -S]
EKLTKELTa salmon that has spawned [n -S]
EKNUKUNEkuna [n]
EKSYKYESkye [n]
ELPXPLEXa multiplex [n -ES]
EMMYEMMYa statuette awarded annually by a professional organization for notable achievement in television -- a trademark [n EMMYS]
EPPRPERPa person who commits a crime [n -S]
EPRVPERVone who has been perverted [n -S]
EPSYYEPSyep [n]
EPSZZEPSzep [n]
ERSTTRESvery [adj]
ESTUUTESute [n]
FIKUKUFIa brimless hat [n -S]
FILRFLIRan electronic heat sensor [n -S]
GGISIGGSigg [v]
GHOTGOTHa morbid style of rock music [n -S]
GKORGROKto understand intuitively [v GROKKED, GROKKING, GROKS]
GMORGORMto gaum [v -ED, -ING, -S]
GORTTROGa hooligan [n -S]
HIMSHIMShim [n]
HMOSMOSHto engage in frenzied dancing with others at a rock concert [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
HPUWWHUPto defeat decisively [v WHUPPED, WHUPPING, WHUPS]
IJKOKOJIa fungus used to start fermentation [n -S]
IJVYJIVYjivey [adj]
IKKLKLIKklick [n -S]
IKOSKOISkoi [n]
ILLOLILOa type of inflatable air mattress -- a trademark [n -S]
IMPSMIPSmillion instructions per second [n]
INTYTYINa monetary unit of Kazakhstan [n TYIN]
IPTUPTUIused to express the sound of spitting [interj]
JKUUJUKUan additional school in Japan for preparing students for college [n -S]
KOUZZOUKa dance music of the French West Indies [n -S]
KSSUSUKSsuk [n]
MOOPPOMOthe postmodern movement [n -MOS]
MOSSSOMSsom [n]
NOOSONOSono [n]
OOPSPOOSpoo [v]
OOPTTOPOtopographic [adj]
OPRYPYROa person who has a compulsion to set fires [n -ROS]
OPXYPOXYafflicted with a pox [adj POXIER, POXIEST]
OSTTSTOTto bound with a stiff-legged gait [v STOTTED, STOTTING, STOTS]
OSUYYOUSyou [n]
PPUUPUPUa dish of Asian foods served as an appetizer [n -S]
PRSUURPSurp [v]
TUYZYUTZa stupid, foolish, or ineffectual person [n -ES]
AAABYABAYAa long loose robe worn by Arab women [n -S]
AABCRBARCAa double-ended boat [n -S]
AABDNBANDAa style of Mexican dance music [n -S]
AABLSSABALa palmetto [n -S]
AADGRGARDAa police officer in Ireland [n -DAI]
AAEMRARAMEan edible seaweed [n -S]
AAEPRAREPAa cornmeal cake [n -S]
AAEPRPARAEpara [n]
AAFKNNAKFAa monetary unit of Eritrea [n -S]
AAGITAGITAa feeling of agitation [n -S]
AAGMNMANGAa Japanese graphic novel [n -S]
AAGNTTANGAa former monetary unit of Tajikistan [n TANGA]
AAHLLHALALmeat prepared in accordance with Islamic law [n -S]
AAIRTRAITAan Indian salad made with yogurt and chopped vegetables or fruits [n -S]
AAKMRMARKAa monetary unit of Bosnia and Herzegovina [n -S]
AAKSTTAKAStaka [n]
AALMRRAMALpertaining to a ramus [adj]
AALNSNALASnala [n]
AAMNTMANATa monetary unit of Azerbaijan [n -S]
AAMRSMARASmara [n]
AAMSSMASASmasa [n]
AANPPNAPPAnapa [n -S]
AANPSNAPASnapa [n]
ABBBUBUBBAa white working-class man of the southern United States -- an offensive term [n -S]
ABBYYYABBYan Australian crayfish [n -BIES]
ABCOVVOCABa vocabulary [n -S]
ABDEGDEBAGto remove the pants from someone [v -BAGGED, -BAGGING, -BAGS]
ABDELABLEDcapable of unimpaired function [adj]
ABFFLBLAFFa West Indian stew [n -S]
ABFRUFUBARdisastrous -- usually taken to be offensive [adj]
ABHIJHIJABa head covering worn by Muslim women [n -S]
ABKRUBURKAa long loose outer garment worn by some Muslim women [n -S]
ABNSUBUNASbuna [n]
ABOSSSOBASsoba [n]
ABQRUBURQAburka [n -S]
ACCHICHICAa girl or young woman [n -S]
ACCIWWICCAa form of nature-oriented witchcraft [n -S]
ACDINCNIDAa stinging organ in a jellyfish [n -DAE]
ACDLYYCLADclothed [adj]
ACEPYPACEYkeeping a fast pace (rate of speed) [adj PACIER, PACIEST]
ACFINFINCAan estate in Spanish America [n -S]
ACHISCHAISchai [n]
ACHLOCHOLAa Mexican-American girl [n -S]
ACHNOANCHOa chili pepper [n -CHOS]
ACIPZCAPIZa bivalve mollusk [n -ES]
ACLOSCALOScalo [n]
ACLRYLYCRAa spandex synthetic fiber -- a trademark [n -S]
ACMOSCAMOScamo [n]
ACOPYCOPAYa fee required by a health insurer to be paid by the patient [n -PAYS]
ACOSSSOCASsoca [n]
ADDEZADZEDadz [v]
ADEGJGADJEgadjo [n]
ADEMPAMPEDamp [v]
ADEMXMAXEDmax [v]
ADENRDENARa monetary unit of Macedonia [n -NARS or -NARI]
ADESYSAYEDsayyid [n -S]
ADGJOGADJOa non-Gypsy person -- an offensive term [n GADJE]
ADHOSODAHSodah [n]
ADIMRDIRAMa monetary unit of Tajikistan [n -S]
ADIQSQADISqadi [n]
ADLOUDOULAa woman who assists another woman during childbirth [n -S]
ADNORANDROa steroid sex hormone [n -DROS]
AEENRARENEan aromatic compound [n -S]
AEGRTGATERgator [n -S]
AEHPYHEAPYresembling a heap (a group of things piled one on another) [adj]
AEHSYYEAHSyeah [n]
AEHYYHAYEYresembling hay [adj]
AEIKLALKIEalky [n -S]
AEILMEMAILto send a message to by computer [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AEKNWKNAWEknawel [n -S]
AELSXLAXESlax [n]
AEMNRRAMENJapanese noodles in a broth with bits of meat and vegetables [n RAMEN]
AENOZZONAEzona [n]
AEOSTTOEAStoea [n]
AERSTRESATresit [v]
AESSYEYASSeyas [n -ES]
AEWYYYAWEYpertaining to yaws (an infectious disease) [adj]
AFFNSNAFFSnaff [v]
AFNRSSNARFto eat or drink greedily [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AGGRSRAGGSragg [n]
AGHINAHINGah [v]
AGIIVVIGIAa warning on a navigational chart [n -S]
AGILSSIGLAsiglum [n]
AGINSSIGNAwrite on the label -- no other form of this imperative verb is used [v]
AGLMSGLAMSglam [n]
AGLNOANGLOa white North American of non-Hispanic or non-French descent [n -GLOS]
AGOOZGAZOOwazoo [n -S]
AGORSSARGOa silvery marine fish [n -GOS]
AGOYZGYOZAa stuffed and fried pocket of dough [n -S]
AHIJRHIJRAhegira [n -S]
AHINTHAINTa ghost [n -S]
AHKSUHAKUShaku [n]
AHLNOHALONa compound of carbon and bromine [n -S]
AHSSWSHWASshwa [n]
AIKKTTIKKAan Indian dish of meat cooked on a skewer [n -S]
AIKSSSIKASsika [n]
AIKUZAZUKIadzuki [n -S]
AILNYLAYINa type of shot in basketball [n -S]
AILSSLASSIa beverage of yogurt, water, and flavorings [n -S]
AIMMUUMAMIa taste characteristic of monosodium glutamate [n -S]
AIMNOAMNIOa surgical insertion of a needle into the uterus [n -NIOS]
AINRUNAIRUthe lowest rate of unemployment at which there is no inflation [n -S]
AIPTTPITTAa perching bird of Asia, Australia, and Africa [n -S]
AJMNUUNJAMto undo things tightly crammed together [v -JAMMED, -JAMMING, -JAMS]
AKKNSSKANKto dance in a loose-limbed manner [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AKMORKORMAan Indian dish of meat or vegetables with spices [n -S]
AKNSWWANKSwank [v]
AKNUZKANZUa long white garment worn in Africa [n -S]
AKORSKORASkora [n]
AKRSURAKUSraku [n]
ALLSTTALLStall [n]
ALMOULOUMAluma [n -S]
ALMRYMYLARa polyester film -- a trademark [n -S]
ALMSULUMASluma [n]
ALNOYONLAYsomething laid over something else [n -S]
ALORTTOLARa monetary unit of Slovenia [n -LARS or -LARJEV]
ALOTXTAXOLa medicinal substance from a yew tree [n -S]
AMNOSSOMANa toxic chemical warfare agent [n -S]
AMPSSSPAMSspam [v]
AMPVYVAMPYseductive [adj VAMPIER, VAMPIEST]
ANNOYANYONa subatomic particle [n -S]
ANOTUTAUONan unstable lepton [n -S]
AOOWZWAZOOthe anus -- usually considered vulgar [n -S]
AORSTSORTAsomewhat [adv]
AORTTTORTAa flat heap of moist, crushed silver ore prepared for the patio process [n -S]
APSZZSPAZZspaz -- an offensive term [n -ES]
BBILYBILBYa small nocturnal mammal [n -BIES]
BBRUYRUBBYan alcoholic given to drinking rubbing alcohol [n -BIES]
BBSUUBUBUSbubu [n]
BCEIPBICEPbiceps [n -S]
BCERYCYBERpertaining to computers [adj]
BCLOYCOLBYa mild cheese [n -BYS]
BDEEIBEEDIbidi [n -DIES]
BDELULUBEDlube [v]
BDIISBIDISbidi [n]
BDMOUDUMBOa stupid person [n -BOS]
BDOORDOBROan acoustic guitar having a metal resonator -- a trademark [n -S]
BDOOYBOODYthe buttocks -- usually considered vulgar [n -DIES]
BEEFSFEEBSfeeb [n]
BEESSBESESbes [n]
BEINRBINERa soldier armed with a carbine [n -S]
BEKOOEBOOKa device for reading books in electronic format [n -S]
BEKRSBERKSberk [n]
BELNOBELONa flat oyster [n -S]
BELOSLESBOa lesbian -- an offensive term [n -S]
BELRURUBELa monetary unit of Belarus [n -S]
BENOTBENTOobento [n -TOS]
BESTUBUTESbute [n]
BGGIYBIGGYbiggie [n -GIES]
BGIOSBIGOSa Polish stew [n -ES]
BGIOSBIOGSbiog [n]
BGLOSBLOGSblog [n]
BGNRUBRUNGbring [v]
BHIRTBRITHbris [n -S]
BHLSUSHLUBschlub [n -S]
BHOOSBOHOSboho [n]
BIKNOBOINKto have sexual intercourse with -- usually taken to be offensive [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BIORSBIROSbiro [n]
BIQTUQUBITa quantum bit [n -S]
BIRSSBRISSbris [n -ES]
BKMOUKOMBUkelp used in Japanese cooking [n -S]
BKOOSKOBOSkobo [n]
BKORSBORKSbork [v]
BOOPYPOBOYa large sandwich on a long split roll [n -S]
BPPUYBUPPYbuppie [n -PIES]
BRSTUBRUTSbrut [n]
CDEIMDEMICpertaining to a deme [adj]
CDERSCREDScred [n]
CEEUVCUVEEa wine blended in casks [n -S]
CEHMRMERCHmerchandise [n -ES]
CEHSTTECHStech [n]
CEIILCEILIceilidh [n -S]
CEIRTRECITthe part of a story in which the events are related without enhancement [n -S]
CELOTTELCOa telecommunications company [n -COS]
CEMRSMERCSmerc [n]
CENOTONCETonce [adv]
CENTUCENTUcentas [n]
CFILOFOLICderived from folic acid [adj]
CHIRUCHIRUa Tibetan antelope [n -S]
CHMOUMUCHOmuch, many [adj]
CIKKLKLICKa kilometer [n -S]
CIRSTCRITScrit [n]
CJOSUJUCOSjuco [n]
CKSUYSUCKYextremely objectionable [adj SUCKIER, SUCKIEST]
CSUZZSCUZZa dirty or contemptible person [n -ES]
DDENYNEDDYa donkey [n -DIES]
DDFUYFUDDYa fussy person [n -DIES]
DDIORDROIDan android [n -S]
DDOOYDOODYfeces [n -DIES]
DEEFXFEDEXto send by Federal Express [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
DEGGIIGGEDigg [v]
DEHISSIDHEsidh [n]
DELSTDELTSdelt [n]
DENTUTENDUan Asian ebony tree [n -S]
DEOOPPOOEDpoo [v]
DEORSRODESrode [n]
DEORSSOREDsore [v]
DEPRUURPEDurp [v]
DFFISDIFFSdiff [n]
DFSUUDUFUSdoofus [n -ES]
DGORYGRODYsleazy [adj GRODIER, GRODIEST]
DILMSMILDSmild [v]
DILOSLOIDSloid [v]
DINOSDINOSdino [n]
DINRYRINDYrind [adj]
DIRSUURSIDa mammal of the family Ursidae [n -S]
DNOSUUDONSudon [n]
DOOUVVODOUvodun [n -S]
EEGHNHENGEa circular Bronze Age structure in England [n -S]
EEGNTTENGEa monetary unit of Kazakhstan [n TENGE]
EEGSVVEGESveg [v]
EEHIRHIREEone that is hired [n -S]
EEHMRRHEMEa statement of fact or opinion [n -S]
EEKNTKENTEa colorful fabric made in Ghana [n -S]
EEKRWKREWEa private group participating in the New Orleans Mardi Gras [n -S]
EELSSLESESles [n]
EEMMSMEMESmeme [n]
EENNSNENESnene [n]
EENSSESNESesne [n]
EEPRSPERESpere [n]
EFIWYWIFEYa wife [n WIFEYS]
EFLOYFOLEYa process for creating sounds for films [n -LEYS]
EFSSTFESTSfest [n]
EFYZZFEZZYfez [adj]
EGGSTTEGGStegg [n]
EGIJRREJIGto rejigger [v -JIGGED, -JIGGING, -JIGS]
EGINWGWINEgo [v]
EGINXEXINGex [v]
EGISTGITESgite [n]
EGLTUGLUTEa gluteus [n -S]
EGMORGOMERan undesirable hospital patient [n -S]
EHIMOHOMIEhomey [n -S]
EHMNSMENSHmensch [n MENSHES or MENSHEN]
EHORSHOSERan uncouth man [n -S]
EHOSYHOSEYto choose sides for a childrenís game [v -SEYED, -SEYING, -SEYS]
EHPSTTHESPan actor [n -S]
EILSVLEVISa popular brand of jeans -- a trademark [n]
EINSZZINESzine [n]
EIRSTRESITsit [v -SAT, -SITTING, -SITS]
EIRTTTETRIa monetary unit of the Republic of Georgia [n -S]
EJLLOJELLOa gelatin dessert usually with the flavor and color of fruit -- a trademark [n -S]
EKLLSSKELLa homeless person [n -S]
EKLLVKVELLto exclaim joyfully [v -ED, -ING, -S]
EKLSTKELTSkelt [n]
ELMOTMETOLa powder used as a photographic developer [n -S]
ELMTYMELTYresembling a melted solid [adj]
ELNOPPLEONthe abdomen of a crustacean [n -S] : PLEONAL, PLEONIC [adj]
ELRUXLUREXa metallic yarn or thread -- a trademark [n -ES]
EMMSYEMMYSemmy [n]
ENSTTSTENTa tubular device inserted into a blood vessel [n -S]
ENSUVVENUSa seductive woman [n -ES]
ENTUWUNWETwet [adj]
EOOYZZOOEYresembling a zoo [adj ZOOIER, ZOOIEST]
EOPPRPREOPa patient being prepared for surgery [n -S]
EPPRSPERPSperp [n]
EPRSVPERVSperv [n]
EPRXYPYREXborosilicate glass and glassware resistant to heat, chemicals, and electricity -- a trademark [n -ES]
ESTWYSTEWYhaving the characteristics of a stew (food cooked by stewing) [adj]
FIILMFILMImusic composed for Indian films [n -S]
FIKSUKUFISkufi [n]
FILRSFLIRSflir [n]
GGIJYJIGGYpleasurably excited [adj -GIER, -GIEST]
GHINOHONGIto greet another by pressing noses together [v -GIED, -GIING, -GIES]
GHIOSSHOGIa Japanese game like chess [n -S]
GHOSTGOTHSgoth [n]
GIKOPGOPIKa monetary unit of Azerbaijan [n GOPIK]
GILNOLOGINthe process of identifying oneself to a computer [n -S]
GINOZGINZOan Italian -- an offensive term [n -ES]
GKORSGROKSgrok [v]
GLMSUGLUMSglum [n]
GLNOOLOGONlogin [n -S]
GMORSGORMSgorm [v]
GORSTTROGStrog [n]
HIKNYHINKYsuspicious [adj HINKIER, HINKIEST]
HILPYHIPLYin a hip manner [adv]
HIORSROSHIthe spiritual leader of a group of Zen Buddhists [n -S]
HMSSUSMUSHto smoosh [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
HPSUWWHUPSwhup [v]
HSUUWWUSHUChinese martial arts [n WUSHU]
IIMNRMIRINa sweet Japanese cooking wine [n -S]
IJKOSKOJISkoji [n]
IJNPUPUNJIa sharp bamboo stake placed and concealed so as to impale an enemy [n -S]
IKKLSKLIKSklik [n]
ILLOSLILOSlilo [n]
IMUZZZUZIMzuz [n]
INNRUINRUNthe approach ramp of a ski jump [n -S]
INTYYTYIYNa monetary unit of Kyrgyzstan [n TYIYN]
JKSUUJUKUSjuku [n]
JMNOOJOMONpertaining to a Japanese cultural period [adj]
KKUYYYUKKYyucky [adj YUKKIER, YUKKIEST]
KORSTSKORTa pair of shorts that resembles a skirt [n -S]
KOSUZZOUKSzouk [n]
LLOQUQUOLLa small spotted marsupial [n -S]
LNOORORLONan acrylic fiber -- a trademark [n -S]
MNOWYWOMYNwomen [n]
MOOPSPOMOSpomo [n]
OPRSYPYROSpyro [n]
ORRSTTORRStorr [n]
OSSTTSTOTSstot [v]
OSTTTSTOTTto stot [v -ED, -ING, -S]
PPSUUPUPUSpupu [n]
PPUYYYUPPYyuppie [n -PIES]
PRTUYPURTYpretty [adj -TIER, -TIEST]
AAABLQQABALAcabala [n -S]
AAABSYABAYASabaya [n]
AAADGGAGGADAhaggadah [n -DAS or -DOT or -DOTH]
AAADMRRAMADAa roofed, open-sided shelter [n -S]
AAAHLWHAWALAa type of financial arrangement in Islamic societies [n -S]
AAAKKNKANAKAa native Hawaiian -- a derogatory term [n -S]
AAALMSMASALAa blend of spices used in Indian cooking [n -S]
AAALPPPALAPAan open-sided dwelling with a roof of palm leaves [n -S]
AABCRSBARCASbarca [n]
AABDNSBANDASbanda [n]
AABDRRDARBARdurbar [n -S]
AABGIRAIRBAGan inflatable safety device in an automobile [n -S]
AABIRRARRIBAused to express pleasure [interj]
AABLMRRAMBLAa dry ravine [n -S]
AABLMSSAMBALa spicy condiment [n -S]
AABLSSSABALSsabal [n]
AACEFIFACIAEfacia [n]
AACKLPKALPACcalpac [n -S]
AACLNTCANTALa hard cheese of France [n -S]
AADGIMAGAMIDan Old World lizard [n -S]
AADGIRGARDAIgarda [n]
AADGRYGAYDARthe ability to recognize that a person is homosexual [n -S]
AADHNXHANDAXa short-handled ax [n -ES]
AAEGMRMEGARAmegaron [n]
AAEGPSAGAPESagape [n]
AAEKMWWAKAMEa brown seaweed native to Asia [n -S]
AAEMRSARAMESarame [n]
AAEPRSAREPASarepa [n]
AAFKNSNAKFASnakfa [n]
AAFLTUFLAUTAa tortilla rolled around a filling and fried [n -S]
AAGILOLAOGAIthe system of forced labor camps in China [n -S]
AAGISTAGITASagita [n]
AAGMMRGRAMMAgrama [n -S]
AAGMNSMANGASmanga [n]
AAGMPRGRAMPAa grandfather [n -S]
AAHIRSSHARIAIslamic law based on the Koran [n -S]
AAHLLLHALLALhalal [adj]
AAHLLSHALALShalal [n]
AAHLSVLAVASHa thin flat bread of Armenian origin [n -ES]
AAHMMMHAMMAMa Turkish bath [n -S]
AAHMSZSHAZAMused to signify a magical occurrence [interj]
AAHMTZHAZMAThazardous material [n -S]
AAIKNRKINARAa candelabra with seven sticks [n -S]
AAIKRUUAKARIa South American monkey [n -S]
AAILNTLATINAa female Latin American [n -S]
AAINOTATONIAatony [n -S]
AAINRSNAIRASnaira [n]
AAIOPRAPORIAan expression of doubt for rhetorical effect [n -S]
AAIPTYPITAYApitahaya [n -S]
AAIRRYARIARYa monetary unit of Madagascar [n ARIARY]
AAIRSTRAITASraita [n]
AAIRSVVARIASvaria [n]
AAJMPYPYJAMApajama [n -S]
AAJNPRPRAJNAultimate knowledge in Buddhism and Hinduism [n -S]
AAKMRSMARKASmarka [n]
AAKOPRPAKORAa small spicy cake of fried batter with vegetables or meat [n -S]
AAKUYZYAKUZAan alliance of Japanese criminal organizations [n YAKUZA]
AAMNORRAMONAa plant of the mint family [n -S]
AAMNSTMANATSmanat [n]
AANNNOANNONAa tropical tree [n -S]
AANPPSNAPPASnappa [n]
AANSYYNAYSAYto oppose or deny [v -SAID, -SAYING, -SAYS]
ABBBSUBUBBASbubba [n]
ABBEFRFABBERfab [adj]
ABBEIRBABIERbaby [adj]
ABBEIRBARBIEa portable fireplace for cooking [n -S]
ABBEIYYABBIEyabby [n -S]
ABCELRCABLERone that supplies a cable [n -S]
ABCEMWWEBCAMa camera used for transmitting live images over the World Wide Web [n -S]
ABCIMUCUMBIAa Latin American dance [n -S]
ABCOSVVOCABSvocab [n]
ABDDHUBUDDHAa person who has attained Buddhahood [n -S]
ABDEERBEADERone that beads [n -S]
ABDEGSDEBAGSdebag [v]
ABDELRBLADERone that blades [n -S]
ABDENRBARNEDbarn [v]
ABDERUEARBUDa small earphone [n -S]
ABELNUUNBALEto loosen from a compressed bundle [v -BALED, -BALING, -BALES]
ABENRYBARNEYa noisy argument [n -NEYS]
ABEORSBOREASthe north wind [n -ES]
ABFFLSBLAFFSblaff [n]
ABGIKTKITBAGa knapsack [n -S]
ABGORTBOGARTto use without sharing [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ABHIJSHIJABShijab [n]
ABIKNTBANKITa raised sidewalk [n -S]
ABIMPTBITMAPan array of binary data [n -S]
ABIRTURUBATIrubato [n]
ABJOZZJAZZBOa devotee of jazz (a style of lively syncopated music) [n -BOS]
ABKRSUBURKASburka [n]
ABLSSYBYSSALbyssus [adj]
ABQRSUBURQASburqa [n]
ACCELRCERCALcercus [adj]
ACCHISCHICASchica [n]
ACCINWWICCANone who practices wicca [n -S]
ACCIOTOCICATa domestic cat having a short spotted coat [n -S]
ACCISWWICCASwicca [n]
ACDEINCNIDAEcnida [n]
ACDEITDACITEa light gray rock [n -S]
ACDERYCEDARYcedar [adj]
ACDIMPMIDCAPof or pertaining to a corporation whose retained earnings are between those of a small company and a large corporation [adj]
ACDIORCARDIOpertaining to the heart and blood vessels [adj]
ACDNORCARDONcardoon [n -S]
ACDNORDACRONa synthetic polyester textile fiber -- a trademark [n -S]
ACEELLCALLEEone that is called [n -S]
ACEGLPGELCAPa tablet coated with gelatin [n -S]
ACEIMMCAMMIEcamouflage [n -S]
ACEINTCENTAIcentas [n]
ACEIPRPACIERpacey [adj]
ACEKRWWACKERwack [adj]
ACENORCANOERone who canoes [n -S]
ACENSTCENTASa monetary unit of Lithuania [n CENTAI or CENTU]
ACEORTRECOATcoat [v -ED, -ING, -S] / {coat=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ACFFINFANFICfiction written by fans of an admired work [n -S]
ACFINSFINCASfinca [n]
ACGHOTGOTCHAan instance of catching a person out in a deceit or wrongdoing [n -S]
ACHLOSCHOLASchola [n]
ACHNOSANCHOSancho [n]
ACHPPUCHUPPAchuppah [n -S]
ACIKNOKAONICkaon [adj]
ACKLNYCLANKYmaking a sharp, metallic sound [adj CLANKIER, CLANKIEST]
ACKQUYQUACKYresembling the cry of a duck [adj QUACKIER, QUACKIEST]
ACLOOZZOCALOthe public square in a Mexican city or town [n -LOS]
ACLPSUCUSPALcusp [adj]
ACLRSYLYCRASlycra [n]
ACMOPSCOMPASa popular music of Haiti [n COMPAS]
ACMPRYCRAMPYaffected with a cramp [adj CRAMPIER, CRAMPIEST]
ACNSTUUNCASTcast [adj]
ACOPSYCOPAYScopay [n]
ACORTUCUATROa small guitar of Latin America [n -ROS]
ACORVYCOVARYto exhibit variation of two or more variables [v -VARIED, -VARYING, -VARIES]
ADDGMUDADGUMused as an intensive [adj]
ADEEGLEAGLEDeagle [v]
ADEEJNJEANEDjean [adj]
ADEFFNNAFFEDnaff [v]
ADEFGRDEFRAGto eliminate fragmentation in a computer file [v -FRAGGED, -FRAGGING, -FRAGS]
ADEFINFADEINa gradual increase in the brightness of an image [n -S]
ADEHMSEMDASHa mark in writing that indicates a break in thought or structure [n -ES]
ADEHNRHANDERone that hands [n -S]
ADEHNSENDASHa mark in writing used to connect elements of a compound [n -ES]
ADEINRDENARIdenar [n]
ADEINTNIDATEto become implanted in the uterus [v -DATED, -DATING, -DATES]
ADEKNWWANKEDwank [v]
ADELNRRELANDland [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ADELPPPALPEDpalp [v]
ADENRSDENARSdenar [n]
ADENUXUNAXEDax [adj]
ADERRYYARDERone having a specified number of yards in length [n -S]
ADESSYSAYEDSsayed [n]
ADGINZADZINGadz [v]
ADGLNYDANGLYdangling [adj -GLIER, -GLIEST]
ADILOZOZALIDa process of printing positive images from film -- a trademark [n -S]
ADIMMTDAMMITused to express anger [interj]
ADIMRSDIRAMSdiram [n]
ADLMOSMODALSmodal [n]
ADLNOOONLOADto load a vehicle or container [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ADLOSUDOULASdoula [n]
ADMMOTMADTOMa North American catfish [n -S]
ADNORSANDROSandro [n]
AEEHPRHEAPERone that heaps [n -S]
AEELMNMELENAa condition marked by black tarry stool [n -S]
AEELQUQUELEAan African weaverbird [n -S]
AEENPTNEPETAcatnip [n -S]
AEENRSARENESarene [n]
AEERRWREWEARwear [v -WORE, -WORN, -WEARING, -WEARS]
AEFGLRREFLAGto give a new registered nationality to (a ship) [v -FLAGGED, -FLAGGING, -FLAGS]
AEFLRSFERALSferal [n]
AEGINNINNAGEthe quantity of goods remaining in a container after shipment [n -S]
AEGJLTJETLAGthe disruption of body rhythms after a flight through several time zones [n -S]
AEGRSTGATERSgater [n]
AEHKPRPHREAKto gain illegal access to a long-distance telephone service to avoid tolls [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AEIKOROAKIERoaky [adj]
AEILMSEMAILSemail [v]
AEIMRTMATIERmatey [adj]
AEINSTSEITANa food made from wheat gluten [n -S]
AEJTWYJETWAYa telescoping corridor that extends from an airport terminal to an aircraft -- a trademark [n -S]
AEKLPYKEYPALa person with whom one corresponds by e-mail [n -S]
AEKNOWWEAKONa subatomic particle [n -S]
AEKNRWWANKERone that wanks [n -S]
AEKNSWKNAWESknawe [n]
AELPPTAPPLETa computer program for a simple task [n -S]
AELPRWPRELAWpreceding the professional study of law [adj]
AEMMRZMAMZERa bastard [n -S]
AENNPRPANNERone that pans [n -S]
AEORSTOSETRAa golden or brownish caviar [n -S]
AFFLWYWAFFLYindecisive [adj -FLIER, -FLIEST]
AFMSUUFUSUMAa sliding partition in a Japanese house [n FUSUMA]
AFNRSSSNARFSsnarf [v]
AGGINRGRINGAa foreign woman in Latin America -- a derogatory term [n -S]
AGHLMUMUGHALmogul [n -S]
AGIISVVIGIASvigia [n]
AGILNNLIGNANa type of polymer [n -S]
AGIMNPAMPINGamp [v]
AGIMNXMAXINGmax [v]
AGJTTYGYTTJAan organically rich mud [n -S]
AGLNOSANGLOSanglo [n]
AGNNSUUNSNAGto free of snags [v -SNAGGED, -SNAGGING, -SNAGS]
AGOOSZGAZOOSgazoo [n]
AGORSSSARGOSsargo [n]
AGOSYZGYOZASgyoza [n]
AHHIJRHIJRAHhegira [n -S]
AHHPPUHUPPAHchuppah [n -S]
AHIJRSHIJRAShijra [n]
AHIKSUHAIKUShaiku [n]
AHIMNTHITMANa professional killer [n HITMEN]
AHINSTHAINTShaint [n]
AHIORSORISHAa Yoruba deity [n -S]
AHKMOWMOHAWKa hairstyle marked by a stiff ridge of hair from front to back [n -S]
AHLNOSHALONShalon [n]
AHLOSSASLOSHcovered with water [adj]
AHNRVYHRYVNAhryvnia [n -S]
AIINNPPANINIpanino [n]
AIJMORROMAJIa system of transliterating Japanese into the Latin alphabet [n -S]
AIKKSTTIKKAStikka [n]
AIKSUZAZUKISazuki [n]
AILNSYLAYINSlayin [n]
AILSSSLASSISlassi [n]
AIMMSUUMAMISumami [n]
AIMNOSAMNIOSamnio [n]
AIMNUZMIZUNAa Japanese mustard [n -S]
AIMPPSPAPISMthe Roman Catholic religion -- a derogatory term [n -S]
AINNOPPANINOa sandwich made with a small bread roll [n PANINI]
AINRSUNAIRUSnairu [n]
AINSTTSTATINany of a class of drugs that reduce serum cholesterol levels [n -S]
AINSTWWITANSwitan [n]
AIOSTTTATSOIan Asian mustard [n -S]
AIPSTTPITTASpitta [n]
AIPZZZPIZZAZpizazz [n -ES]
AIRRSTRISTRAa string on which foodstuffs are tied for storage [n -S]
AIRTTTATTRITto lose by attrition [v -TRITTED, -TRITTING, -TRITS]
AISTTUAUTISTan autistic [n -S]
AJMNSUUNJAMSunjam [v]
AKKNSSSKANKSskank [v]
AKKNSYSKANKYfilthy or sleazy [adj SKANKIER, SKANKIEST]
AKLPTUUPTALKto end a declarative sentence with a rising intonation [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AKMORSKORMASkorma [n]
AKNSUZKANZUSkanzu [n]
AKQRSUSQUARKthe hypothetical boson analogue of a quark [n -S]
ALMOSULOUMASlouma [n]
ALMRSYMYLARSmylar [n]
ALNOSTSTANOLa fully saturated phytosterol [n -S]
ALNOSYONLAYSonlay [n]
ALORSTTOLARStolar [n]
ALOSTXTAXOLStaxol [n]
AMNOSSSOMANSsoman [n]
AMPRTYTRAMPYhaving the characteristics of a vagrant [adj TRAMPIER, TRAMPIEST]
ANNOSYANYONSanyon [n]
ANNOTYTANNOYa public address system -- a trademark [n -S]
ANNRTYTRANNYa transmission [n -NIES]
ANNSWYSWANNYto declare -- used only in the 1st person singular [v]
ANOSTUTAUONStauon [n]
ANRSUYSUNRAYa ray of sunlight [n -RAYS]
AOOSWZWAZOOSwazoo [n]
AORSTTTORTAStorta [n]
AOSTUYOUTSAYto surpass in saying [v -SAID, -SAYING, -SAYS]
BBEHORHOBBERone that hobs [n -S]
BBEKSUBUBKESthe least amount [n]
BBNOOOBONOBOan anthropoid ape [n -BOS]
BCHLSUSCHLUBa stupid or unattractive person [n -S]
BCIITUCUBITIcubitus [n]
BCKNUUNUBUCKa soft sueded leather [n -S]
BCKOSUBUCKOSbucko [n]
BCLOSYCOLBYScolby [n]
BCOOOOBOOCOObeaucoup [n -COOS]
BDEEMRBERMEDberm [v]
BDEEWYDWEEBYsocially inept [adj DWEEBIER, DWEEBIEST]
BDEFFOBOFFEDboff [v]
BDEGLUBLUDGEto avoid work [v BLUDGED, BLUDGING, BLUDGES]
BDEIOODOOBIEa marijuana cigarette [n -S]
BDEIPRPREBIDto bid beforehand [v -BADE, -BIDDEN, -BIDDING, -BIDS]
BDEKORBORKEDbork [v]
BDERUXBRUXEDbrux [v]
BDGMUUMUDBUGa crayfish [n -S]
BDINOUBOUDINa spicy Cajun sausage [n -S]
BDMOSUDUMBOSdumbo [n]
BDOORSDOBROSdobro [n]
BEEGINBEIGNEbeignet [n -S]
BEEHSTTHEBESthebe [n]
BEEINWNEWBIEa newcomer [n -S]
BEGLOWWEBLOGa website that contains an online personal journal [n -S]
BEINRSBINERSbiner [n]
BEIRSSBRISESbris [n]
BEKOOSEBOOKSebook [n]
BEKPSUBUPKESbubkes [n]
BELNOSBELONSbelon [n]
BELOSSLESBOSlesbo [n]
BELRSURUBELSrubel [n]
BENOOTOBENTOa Japanese meal packed in a box [n -TOS]
BENOSTBENTOSbento [n]
BEPRUYPREBUYto buy beforehand [v -BOUGHT, -BUYING, -BUYS]
BEQTUYQUBYTEa sequence of eight quantum bits [n -S]
BERSUXBRUXESbrux [v]
BFFOUYBUYOFFa payment for a consideration [n -S]
BFNOSYFYNBOSa type of biome in South Africa [n FYNBOS]
BGILNULUBINGlube [v]
BGINOSBOINGSboing [n]
BGOTUUBUGOUTone that leaves hurriedly [n -S]
BHIRSTBRITHSbrith [n]
BHLSSUSHLUBSshlub [n]
BIKNOSBOINKSboink [v]
BILLORBRILLOa scouring pad -- a trademark [n -S]
BILOXYBOXILYboxy [adv]
BIQSTUQUBITSqubit [n]
BJMOOUBOOJUMa spiny desert tree [n -S]
BKMOSUKOMBUSkombu [n]
BKOOOOBOOKOObeaucoup [n -KOOS]
BKPSUUBUPKUSbubkes [n]
BOOPSYPOBOYSpoboy [n]
CCDEITTICCEDtic [v]
CCEEISECESICecesis [adj]
CCEITYCECITYblindness [n -TIES]
CCHLSUSCULCHclean trash [n -ES]
CCHNOOCONCHOconcha (ornamental disk) [n -CHOS]
CCHOOSSCOOCHto slide with short movements [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
CCILNYCYCLINany of a group of proteins that control the cell cycle [n -S]
CDEEFHCHEFEDchef [v]
CDEISTCISTEDcist [adj]
CDIMOSCOSMIDa hybrid vector used in cloning [n -S]
CDIORVCORVIDany of a family of passerine birds [n -S]
CEEENOEOCENEof or pertaining to a certain geologic time period [adj]
CEEMRSMERCESa reward [n]
CEESUVCUVEEScuvee [n]
CEFILSFELSICconsisting of feldspar and silicates [adj]
CEHIIKHICKIEhickey [n -S]
CEHINRINCHERsomething having a specified number of inches [n -S]
CEHLSYLYCHESlych [n]
CEHNOTTECHNOa style of disco music [n -NOS]
CEIILSCEILISceili [n]
CEILTULUCITEan acrylic resin or plastic consisting essentially of polymerized methyl methacrylate -- a trademark [n -S]
CEINNTINCENTto provide with an incentive [v -ED, -ING, -S]
CEIPRTTRICEPa triceps [n -S]
CEIRSTRECITSrecit [n]
CELORVVELCROa closure consisting of a piece of fabric of small hooks that sticks to a corresponding fabric of small loops -- a trademark [n -S]
CELOSTTELCOStelco [n]
CENNOONEOCONa neoconservative [n -S]
CEORTUCROUTEa pastry case [n -S]
CERSSYCRESSYcress [adj]
CHIILSCHILISchili [n]
CHIORTRHOTICpertaining to a dialect of English in which the letter R at the end of a syllable is pronounced [adj]
CHIRSUCHIRUSchiru [n]
CHLSSUSCHULSschul [n]
CHMORYCHROMYdecorated with chrome [adj CHROMIER, CHROMIEST]
CHORRUCHURROa Spanish and Mexican pastry [n -ROS]
CIKKLSKLICKSklick [n]
CIKMSUMUSICKto compose music for [v -ED, -ING, -S]
CIORSTTORICStoric [n]
COOPTUCOPOUTa backing out of a responsibility [n -S]
DDEEMODEMOEDdemo [v]
DDEETUDUETEDduet [v]
DDEILMMILDEDmild [v]
DDEILOLOIDEDloid [v]
DDEILWWILDEDwild [v]
DDIORSDROIDSdroid [n]
DDOOOODOODOOfeces [n -DOOS]
DEEEGKGEEKEDfilled with enthusiasm [adj]
DEEFFRDEFFERdef [adj]
DEEFLUDEFUELto remove fuel from [v -FUELED, -FUELING, -FUELS or -FUELLED, -FUELLING, -FUELS]
DEEGGKKEGGEDkeg [v]
DEEGGVVEGGEDveg [v]
DEEGRSSERGEDserge [v]
DEEKKLLEKKEDlek [v]
DEFFIODIEOFFa sudden decline in a population [n -S]
DEFIMSMISFEDmisfeed [v]
DEFNRUFUNDERa provider of money [n -S]
DEGITTGITTEDgit [v]
DEGKLUKLUGEDkluge [v]
DEGLNODONGLEa device for a computer [n -S]
DEGMORGORMEDgorm [v]
DEHILSDELISHdelicious [adj]
DEHIMNMEHNDIthe art of painting patterns on the skin with henna [n -S]
DEHMNUMUDHENa bird that lives in marshes [n -S]
DEHMOSMOSHEDmosh [v]
DEILLUILLUDEto deceive [v -LUDED, -LUDING, -LUDES]
DEILMPIMPLEDimplead [v]
DEILNTLINTEDlint [v]
DEIMPWWIMPEDwimp [v]
DEIRSUDISEURa skilled reciter [n -S]
DEKOPRPORKEDpork [v]
DELOTUOUTLEDoutlead [v]
DENOOZZOONEDzoon [v]
DENOPRPERNODa French liqueur -- a trademark [n -S]
DENPSYSPENDYexpensive [adj SPENDIER, SPENDIEST]
DENSTUTENDUStendu [n]
DEPRRYPREDRYto dry beforehand [v -DRIED, -DRYING, -DRIES]
DERRUYRUDERYa rude act [n -ERIES]
DETTUUTUTUEDtutu [adj]
DFLOPUFOLDUPan object that folds up [n -S]
DGKLUYKLUDGYinvolving or put together with ill-fitting components [adj KLUDGIER, KLUDGIEST]
DILOPYDOPILYdopey [adv]
DIRSSUURSIDSursid [n]
DLOORYDROOLYdrooling [adj DROOLIER, DROOLIEST]
DNOOUVVOUDONvodun [n -S]
DOOOPWDOOWOPa singing style [n -S]
DOOSUVVODOUSvodou [n]
EEEGMRMERGEEa company acquired by a merger [n -S]
EEEMNTMENTEEone who is being mentored [n -S]
EEENNVVENENEvenin [n -S]
EEFGITGIFTEEone that receives a gift [n -S]
EEFIRSFRISEEcurly leaves of endive [n -S]
EEGGKRKEGGERa party having one or more kegs of beer [n -S]
EEGHNSHENGEShenge [n]
EEGRRSSERGERa machine for serging [n -S]
EEHHSSSHEESHused to express mild annoyance [interj]
EEHIRSHIREEShiree [n]
EEHLNYHENLEYa type of knit shirt [n -LEYS]
EEHMRSRHEMESrheme [n]
EEHPPRHEPPERhep [adj]
EEIKKTTEKKIEtechie [n -S]
EEIKLSSELKIEa creature in Scottish and Irish folklore [n -S]
EEIKPWKEWPIEa small chubby doll with a topknot of hair -- a trademark [n -S]
EEILNTLENITEto articulate a lenis [v -NITED, -NITING, -NITES]
EEILRXEXILERone that exiles [n -S]
EEILSVSLIEVEa mountain [n -S]
EEINRXREXINEa strong, coated cloth used as a covering material for books -- a trademark [n -S]
EEINSSSENSEIa teacher of Japanese martial arts [n -S]
EEKNSTKENTESkente [n]
EEKRSWKREWESkrewe [n]
EELNTTTELNETto access an account over the Internet using an appropriate procedure [v -NETTED, -NETTING, -NETS or -NETED, -NETING, -NETS]
EELPSXPLEXESplex [n]
EELSUVEVULSEto extract forcibly [v EVULSED, EVULSING, EVULSES]
EENRRTRERENTrent [v -ED, -ING, -S]
EENRSYSNEERYmarked by sneering [adj SNEERIER, SNEERIEST]
EENSTWTWEENStween [n]
EEORRWREWORErewear [v]
EEORRZREZEROto reset (a gauge) back to zero [v -ED, -ING, -ES or -S]
EEOSYZOYEZESoyez [n]
EERTTVVETTERone that evaluates something for approval [n -S]
EFGIRSFRIGESfrig [n]
EFIOORROOFIEa tablet of a powerful sedative [n -S]
EFIRSTFRITESfrench fries [n]
EFISWYWIFEYSwifey [n]
EFLNOTTEFLONsynthetic fluorine-containing resins used especially for molding articles and for coatings to prevent sticking (as of food in cookware) -- a trademark [n -S]
EFLOSYFOLEYSfoley [n]
EGIJRSREJIGSrejig [v]
EGINOONOOGIEa playful rubbing of oneís knuckles on anotherís head [n -S]
EGLSTUGLUTESglute [n]
EGMORSGOMERSgomer [n]
EHIKNUHUNKIEhunky [n -S]
EHIMNTHITMENhitman [n]
EHIMOSHOMIEShomie [n]
EHIOTTHOTTIEan attractive person [n -S]
EHIPRSPISHERa young or inexperienced person [n -S]
EHKNUYHUNKEYhunky [n -S]
EHMORSMOSHERone that moshes [n -S]
EHMOSSMOSHESmosh [v]
EHMOSYHOMEYShomey [n]
EHMPRUHUMPERone that humps [n -S]
EHOORVHOOVERto clean with a vacuum cleaner [v -ED, -ING, -S]
EHORSSHOSERShoser [n]
EHOSSYHOSEYShosey [v]
EHPRSYHYPERShyper [n]
EHPSSTTHESPSthesp [n]
EIIJMMJIMMIEa tiny bit of candy for decorating ice cream [n -S]
EIIKLSSILKIEselkie [n -S]
EIILLWWILLIEthe penis -- usually considered vulgar [n -S]
EIIPRTPERITIperitus [n]
EIKLOXOXLIKEresembling an ox [adj]
EIKNOONOOKIEnooky [n -S]
EILNNOONLINEconnected to a computer network [adj]
EILNOOLOONIEa coin worth one Canadian dollar [n -S]
EILNPTLEPTINa hormone released by fat cells [n -S]
EILOPSPOLIESpoly [n]
EINOOTTOONIEa Canadian two-dollar coin [n -S]
EINOPPPEPINOa bushy perennial plant with edible fruit [n -NOS]
EINOPRPERNIOan inflammation on the hands or feet caused by exposure to cold [n -NIONES]
EINORVENVIROan advocate for the preservation of the natural environment [n -ROS]
EIOORZZOOIERzooey [adj]
EIOPRXPOXIERpoxy [adj]
EIOPSTPOSTIEa letter carrier [n -TIES]
EIPSUZUPSIZEto increase in size [v -SIZED, -SIZING, -SIZES]
EIPTTUPUTTIEputtee [n -S]
EIRSSTRESITSresit [v]
EIRSTTTETRIStetri [n]
EISSSSSISSESsis [n]
EISWZZWIZZESwiz [n]
EJLLOSJELLOSjello [n]
EKLLSSSKELLSskell [n]
EKLLSVKVELLSkvell [v]
EKLOPTKLEPTOone that steals impulsively [n -TOS]
EKNORTREKNOTknot [v -KNOTTED, -KNOTTING, -KNOTS]
ELLLRULULLERone that lulls [n -S]
ELMOSTMETOLSmetol [n]
ELNOPSPLEONSpleon [n]
ELOOPRPOOLERone that pools [n -S]
ELOOPSPOSOLEa thick soup made of pork, corn, garlic, and chili [n -S]
ELOOPZPOZOLEposole [n -S]
ELOORTROOTLEto dig in the ground as with the snout [v -TLED, -TLING, -TLES]
ELOPRWREPLOWplow [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ELORTTLOTTERone who assembles merchandise into salable lots [n -S]
EMNOORMOONERone that moons [n -S]
EMNOXYEXONYMa name for a people used by outsiders and not by the people themselves [n -S]
ENORRWREWORNrewear [v]
ENSSTTSTENTSstent [n]
EOOPTYPTOOEYptui [interj]
EOPPRSPREOPSpreop [n]
EORRSTSTORERone that stores [n -S]
ESSSTUTUSSEStussis [n]
ESTUYZYUTZESyutz [n]
FFOPUYPOUFFYpouf [adj]
FHILSUFLUISHhaving symptoms like those of the flu [adj]
FIILLNINFILLpertaining to the filling in of vacant land [adj]
FIILMSFILMISfilmi [n]
FIILPRRIFLIPa fragment of DNA [n -S]
FIINOTFINITOfinished [adj]
GGGIINIGGINGigg [v]
GGILNULUGINGluge [v]
GGILNYNIGGLYpetty [adj -GLIER, -GLIEST]
GHIOSSSHOGISshogi [n]
GHLMOUMOGHULmogul [n -S]
GHORUYROUGHYa small fish having rough scales [n ROUGHIES]
GILMSUSIGLUMan abbreviation to indicate the source of an edited text [n SIGLA]
GILNOOOLINGOa small mammal of Central and South America [n -GOS]
GILNOSLOGINSlogin [n]
GILNTYGLINTYglittering [adj GLINTIER, GLINTIEST]
GINOOPPOOINGpoo [v]
GINPRUURPINGurp [v]
GIORTUOUTRIGto equip (a boat) with outriggers (projections having floats) [v -RIGGED, -RIGGING, -RIGS]
GLNOOSLOGONSlogon [n]
GNOPRUPROGUNfavoring the right to own guns without restrictions [adj]
HINPTYPHYTINa calcium-magnesium salt [n -S]
HIORSSROSHISroshi [n]
HIWYZZWHIZZYmarvelous in construction or operation [adj -ZIER, -ZIEST]
HLLOOUHULLOOto hallo [v -ED, -ING, -S]
HMOOSSSMOOSHto squash [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
HNPSXYSPHYNXa cat of a breed of hairless cats [n -ES]
HOOPSTPOTHOSa climbing plant with glossy variegated leaves [n POTHOS]
IIJNNSJINNISjinni [n]
IIMMNWWIMMINwomen [n]
IIMNRSMIRINSmirin [n]
IINNOSINIONSinion [n]
IJNPSUPUNJISpunji [n]
IKMOSVMIKVOSmikvah [n]
IKMOTVMIKVOTmikvah [n]
ILSTTYSLITTYbeing long and narrow [adj -TIER, -TIEST]
IMNOOSSOMONIa monetary unit of Tajikistan [n SOMONI]
INNRSUINRUNSinrun [n]
INOPTTTINPOTof little importance [adj]
INORTUTURIONa thick new growth on a plant [n -S]
INOSTTSTOTINa monetary unit of Slovenia [n -TINS or -TINOV]
IOPSTUPISTOUa sauce made of olive oil, garlic, basil, and often cheese [n -S]
IPPQUYQUIPPYwitty [adj -PIER, -PIEST]
IPSVVYSPIVVYspiv [adj]
JNOORUJOURNOa writer for a news medium [n -NOS]
KKNSUYSKUNKYhaving a smell suggestive of a skunk (a mammal that can spray a foul-smelling liquid) [adj SKUNKIER, SKUNKIEST]
KLNPUYPLUNKYmarked by a quick, hollow metallic sound [adj PLUNKIER, PLUNKIEST]
KMOSUXMUSKOXa large bovid of arctic regions [n -OXEN]
KORSSTSKORTSskort [n]
LLOOPYPOLYOLan alcohol containing three or more hydroxyl groups [n -S]
LLOQSUQUOLLSquoll [n]
LNOORSORLONSorlon [n]
NNORTUTURNONsomething that arouses interest [n -S]
NOOSWYSWOONYlanguid, dazed [adj SWOONIER, SWOONIEST]
OOPPSTPOSTOPa patient after undergoing a surgical operation [n -S]
OOPSWYSWOOPYhaving sweeping lines or features [adj SWOOPIER, SWOOPIEST]
OPPSSYPSYOPSnoncombative military operations to influence the enemyís state of mind [n]
OSSTTTSTOTTSstott [v]
AAABDLMLAMBADAa Brazilian dance [n -S]
AAABHLQQABALAHcabala [n -S]
AAABKPSBAASKAPthe policy of domination by white people in South Africa [n -S]
AAABLQSQABALASqabala [n]
AAACEHRARCHAEAa large group of microorganisms [n] : ARCHAEAL [adj]
AAACHNTACANTHAa sharp spiny part [n -THAE]
AAADGGHAGGADAHhaggadah [n -DAHS or -DOT or -DOTH]
AAADGGSAGGADASaggada [n]
AAADIMNDAMIANAa tropical American shrub [n -S]
AAADMPPPAPADAMpapadum [n -S]
AAADMRSMADRASAmadrassa [n -S]
AAADMRSRAMADASramada [n]
AAAGGLNGALANGAgalangal [n -S]
AAAGNRUGUARANAa South American shrub [n -S]
AAAHLSWHAWALAShawala [n]
AAAKKNSKANAKASkanaka [n]
AAALMSSMASALASmasala [n]
AAALPPSPALAPASpalapa [n]
AABBCGYCABBAGYcabbagey [adj]
AABBSTYBABYSATbabysit [v]
AABCDIMDICAMBAan herbicide [n -S]
AABDDINBANDAIDproviding superficial relief [adj]
AABDNSWBANDSAWa type of power saw [n -S]
AABDRRSDARBARSdarbar [n]
AABEKPRPARBAKEto bake partially [v -BAKED, -BAKING, -BAKES]
AABELWXWAXABLEwax [adj]
AABENNWWANNABEone who aspires to be like someone else [n -S]
AABEORTAEROBATone that performs feats in an aircraft [n -S]
AABGGRYGARBAGYgarbage [adj]
AABGHNRBHANGRAa form of popular Punjabi dance music [n -S]
AABGIRSAIRBAGSairbag [n]
AABIRSTBARISTAone who makes and serves coffee to the public [n -S]
AABKRSTTASKBARa row of graphical controls on a computer screen [n -S]
AABLMRSRAMBLASrambla [n]
AABLMSSSAMBALSsambal [n]
AABLORTABLATORone that ablates [n -S]
AACCHHKCHACHKAchatchka [n -S]
AACCIPTPICCATAprepared with a sauce of lemon, white wine, and butter [adj]
AACCJKRCARJACKto steal a vehicle from its driver by force [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AACDENRDRACENAdracaena [n -S]
AACDERSASCAREDafraid [adj]
AACDERYDAYCAREcare for children and disabled adults during the day [n -S]
AACEHKSASHCAKEa cornmeal cake [n -S]
AACEHNRARCHEANarchaean [n -CHAEA]
AACENSSCASSENAcassina [n -S]
AACEORSROSACEAa chronic inflammation of parts of the face [n -S]
AACGILLGALLICAa European rose [n -S]
AACGJNTCATJANGan African shrub [n -S]
AACHILRACHIRALpertaining to a symmetrical molecule [adj]
AACHIMSCHAMISAa saltbush of the Southwest [n -S]
AACHKSWKWACHASkwacha [n]
AACHLPUCHALUPAa fried corn tortilla spread with a savory mixture [n -S]
AACHRTUAUTARCHan absolute ruler [n -S]
AACIITVAVIATICaviation [adj]
AACILNPCALPAINan enzyme for digesting proteins [n -S]
AACIMNYANIMACYthe state of being alive [n -CIES]
AACINRSSARCINAa spherical bacterium [n -NAS or -NAE]
AACINSSCASSINAan evergreen tree [n -S]
AACKLPSKALPACSkalpac [n]
AACLNOSCANOLAScanola [n]
AACLNRUCANULARcanula [adj]
AACLNSTCANTALScantal [n]
AACLOPRCRAPOLAnonsense, drivel [n -S]
AACMNORNARCOMAa stupor induced by a narcotic [n -MAS or -MATA]
AADDEMNDEADMANan anchor for securing a rope in mountain climbing [n DEADMEN]
AADDMRYDRAMADYdramedy [n -DIES]
AADEKPRPARKADEa multilevel structure for parking vehicles [n -S]
AADENSUSAUNAEDsauna [v]
AADGGOTAGGADOTaggadah [n]
AADGIIRGIARDIAa protozoan inhabiting the intestines [n -S]
AADGIMSAGAMIDSagamid [n]
AADGRSYGAYDARSgaydar [n]
AADHIMSSAMADHIa state of concentration in yoga [n -S]
AADHRSSHARDASSa person who strictly enforces rules and regulations [n -ES]
AADINSYNAYSAIDnaysay [v]
AADLNOVVANLOADthe quantity that a van can carry [n -S]
AADLNOZDANAZOLa synthetic androgen [n -S]
AADMNOWADWOMANa woman employed in the advertising business [n ADWOMEN]
AADMOPPPAPADOMpapadum [n -S]
AADMPPUPAPADUMa thin, crisp bread of India [n -S]
AAEEGMTAGEMATEa person of the same age as another [n -S]
AAEELPTPALEATEcovered with scales [adj]
AAEGLMTGAMETALgamete [adj]
AAEGMTTMETATAGan HTML tag having information about a webpage [n -S]
AAEGSTUGATEAUSgateau [n]
AAEKMSWWAKAMESwakame [n]
AAEKNUWUNAWAKEnot awake [adj]
AAELNTYANALYTEa substance being analyzed [n -S]
AAEMNNTEMANANTissuing from a source [adj]
AAEMNORAMARONEa dry red wine [n -S]
AAENRSTSANTERAa priestess of santeria [n -S]
AAERRSSARRASESarras [n]
AAERRTTTARTAREserved raw [adj]
AAFIRSUFUSARIAfusarium [n]
AAFLSTUFLAUTASflauta [n]
AAGGLMOMAGALOGa sales catalog resembling a magazine [n -S]
AAGGNSTGANGSTAa member of a street gang [n -S]
AAGGNTTTAGGANTa substance added to a product to indicate its source of manufacture [n -S]
AAGILOSLAOGAISlaogai [n]
AAGMMRSGRAMMASgramma [n]
AAGMNPRPANGRAMa sentence that includes all the letters of the alphabet [n -S]
AAGMPRSGRAMPASgrampa [n]
AAHHIRSSHARIAHsharia [n -S]
AAHIRSSHARISSAa spicy North African sauce [n -S]
AAHIRSSSHARIASsharia [n]
AAHMMMSHAMMAMShammam [n]
AAHMSTZHAZMATShazmat [n]
AAIKNRSKINARASkinara [n]
AAIKRSUUAKARISuakari [n]
AAILLLTLATILLAa peeled limb used in ceilings [n -S]
AAILMQUMAQUILAa foreign-owned assembly factory in Mexico [n -S]
AAILNSTLATINASlatina [n]
AAINOSTATONIASatonia [n]
AAIOPRSAPORIASaporia [n]
AAIPSTYPITAYASpitaya [n]
AAIRSTTSTRIATAstriatum [n]
AAJNPRSPRAJNASprajna [n]
AAKMOSUMOUSAKAmoussaka [n -S]
AAKOPRSPAKORASpakora [n]
AAKORSTOSTRAKAostrakon [n]
AAKRSTUKATSURAa deciduous tree of Japan and China [n -S]
AALNRRURANULARranula [adj]
AAMMNRTMANTRAMmantra [n -S]
AAMNORSRAMONASramona [n]
AAMOTTUAUTOMATa type of cafeteria [n -S]
AANNNOSANNONASannona [n]
AANSSYYNAYSAYSnaysay [v]
ABBEFSTFABBESTfab [adj]
ABBEIRSBARBIESbarbie [n]
ABBEISTBABIESTbaby [adj]
ABBEISYYABBIESyabby [n]
ABBISTYBABYSITto care for a child temporarily [v -SAT, -SITTING, -SITS]
ABBLLOXBOXBALLa form of handball [n -S]
ABCCHTYBYCATCHmarine animals caught unintentionally [n -ES]
ABCDESUSCUBAEDscuba [v]
ABCEHLOCHAEBOLa group of businesses in Korea owned by one family [n -S]
ABCELRSCABLERScabler [n]
ABCEMSWWEBCAMSwebcam [n]
ABCESTWWEBCASTto transmit sound and images via the World Wide Web [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ABCIMSUCUMBIAScumbia [n]
ABDDEERDEBEARDto remove filaments from a mussel [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ABDDHSUBUDDHASbuddha [n]
ABDEEKLLAKEBEDthe floor of a lake [n -S]
ABDEEPRPREBADEprebid [v]
ABDEERSBEADERSbeader [n]
ABDEFOSSOFABEDa sofa that can be made into a bed [n -S]
ABDEIKTBATIKEDbatik [v]
ABDELNUUNBALEDunbale [v]
ABDELRSBLADERSblader [n]
ABDERSUEARBUDSearbud [n]
ABDGILNBLADINGthe act of skating on in-line skates [n -S]
ABDIMRYMAYBIRDa bobolink [n -S]
ABDINOTBANDITOa bandit [n -TOS]
ABEEGPWWEBPAGEa single document on the World Wide Web [n -S]
ABEELRRERRABLEerr [adj]
ABEELRYBELAYERone that belays [n -S]
ABEETXYEXABYTEone quintillion bytes [n -S]
ABEFLRYFRYABLEfry [adj]
ABEFORRFORBAREforbear [v]
ABEFORXFAREBOXa receptacle for fares on a bus [n -ES]
ABEGIKLBAGLIKEresembling a bag [adj]
ABEIILSBIALIESbialy [n]
ABEILMSABLEISMprejudice or discrimination against disabled people [n -S]
ABEILMUBUMELIAa thorny tree [n -S]
ABEILSTABLEISTone that practices ableism [n -S]
ABEKLOPPOKABLEpoke [adj]
ABELNSUUNBALESunbale [v]
ABELOPSPOSABLEpose [adj]
ABELOTWTOWABLEtow [adj]
ABENORZZEBRANOa tree having striped wood [n -BRANOS]
ABENRSYBARNEYSbarney [n]
ABFGOOTFOOTBAGa small bag filled with pellets that is kept aloft with the feet [n -S]
ABGIKSTKITBAGSkitbag [n]
ABGILRTBATGIRLa girl who minds baseball equipment [n -S]
ABGINNRBARNINGbarn [v]
ABGLLMUGUMBALLa small ball of chewing gum [n -S]
ABGORSTBOGARTSbogart [v]
ABIIINRBIRIANIbiryani [n -S]
ABIIMNRMINIBARa small refrigerator stocked with beverages [n -S]
ABIINRYBIRYANIan Indian dish of meat, fish, or vegetables and rice [n -S]
ABIKNSTBANKITSbankit [n]
ABILRSTTRIBALStribal [n]
ABIMPSTBITMAPSbitmap [n]
ABINOOTBONIATOa sweet potato [n -TOS]
ABIORRZBIZARROone that is strikingly unusual [n -ROS]
ABJOSZZJAZZBOSjazzbo [n]
ABLMMOUBUMMALOa small Asian fish [n -LOS]
ABLNOOPPOBLANOa mild, dark-green chili pepper [n -NOS]
ABLOORTTOOLBARa row of icons on a computer screen that activate functions [n -S]
ABMOPSTSPAMBOTa computer program that sends out unsolicited e-mail [n -S]
ABNORTYBARYTONa stringed instrument [n -S]
ABORSTUABORTUSan aborted fetus [n -ES]
ACCEHNRCHANCERan opportunist [n -S]
ACCHNOSCONCHASconcha [n]
ACCINOPCANOPICpertaining to an Egyptian jar [adj]
ACCINSWWICCANSwiccan [n]
ACCIOSTOCICATSocicat [n]
ACCMNOYCACONYMan erroneous name [n -S]
ACDDDELCLADDEDclad [v]
ACDEHKSSHACKEDshack [v]
ACDEILMCAMELIDany of a family of 2-toed ruminant mammals [n -S]
ACDEIMVMEDIVACto medevac [v -VACED, -VACING, -VACS or -VACKED, -VACKING, VACS]
ACDEISTDACITESdacite [n]
ACDELRSRECLADSreclad [v]
ACDENORACORNEDacorn [adj]
ACDILMSCLADISMthe method of a cladist [n -S]
ACDNORSCARDONScardon [n]
ACDNORSDACRONSdacron [n]
ACEEGOTECOTAGEobstructive action in defense of the natural environment [n -S]
ACEELLSCALLEEScallee [n]
ACEENSSCASSENEcassina [n -S]
ACEERVZCERVEZAbeer [n -S]
ACEFHORARCHFOEa principal foe [n -S]
ACEFRRSSCARFERone that eats or drinks voraciously [n -S]
ACEFRRTCRAFTERone that crafts [n -S]
ACEGLPSGELCAPSgelcap [n]
ACEHIPPCHAPPIEa fellow [n -S]
ACEHLNRLARCHENlarch [adj]
ACEILVWWAVICLEa subatomic particle that can act like both a wave and a particle [n -S]
ACEIMMSCAMMIEScammie [n]
ACEINPTPICANTEprepared with a spicy sauce [adj]
ACEINRTTACRINEa drug for treating Alzheimerís disease [n -S]
ACEINSSCASSINEcassina [n -S]
ACEIPSTPACIESTpacey [adj]
ACEIPSZCAPIZEScapiz [n]
ACEIRSTATRESICatresia [adj]
ACEIRTTATRETICatresia [adj]
ACEKNRSSNACKERone that snacks [n -S]
ACEKSTWWACKESTwack [adj]
ACELNOPNOPLACEnot in or at any place [adv]
ACELNOSSECONALa preparation of secobarbital -- a trademark [n -S]
ACEMMRSSCAMMERone that scams [n -S]
ACENORSCANOERScanoer [n]
ACEORSTRECOATSrecoat [v]
ACFFINSFANFICSfanfic [n]
ACFIMORFORMICAany of various laminated products used especially for surface finish -- a trademark [n -S]
ACGHINWCHINWAGto gossip [v -WAGGED, -WAGGING, -WAGS]
ACGHOSTGOTCHASgotcha [n]
ACGINOTCOTINGAa tropical bird [n -S]
ACHHPPUCHUPPAHa canopy used at a Jewish wedding [n -S]
ACHIINTCHIANTIa dry red wine [n -S]
ACHINRUUNCHAIRto remove from a chairmanship [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ACHNOUYCHANOYUa Japanese tea ritual [n -S]
ACHPPSUCHUPPASchuppa [n]
ACIIMMNMINICAMa small portable television camera [n -S]
ACIJUZZJACUZZIa whirlpool bath and a recreational bathing tub or pool -- a trademark [n -S]
ACILNOSALNICOSalnico [n]
ACINORTCORTINAa membrane on some mushrooms [n -S]
ACISTTUCATSUITa close-fitting one-piece garment [n -S]
ACKNRTUUNTRACKto cause to escape from a slump [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ACKOSTWTOWSACKa sack made of a coarse fabric [n -S]
ACLLOTUOUTCALLa house call by a professional person [n -S]
ACLNOSSCLASSONa subatomic particle [n -S]
ACLOOSZZOCALOSzocalo [n]
ACLORTYACTORLYactor [adj]
ACMOPTUCAMPOUTa camping out by a group [n -S]
ACNOSTWSNOWCATa tracklaying vehicle for travel on snow [n -S]
ACOOPRTROOTCAPthe loose mass of cells that covers the tip of some roots [n -S]
ACORSTUCUATROScuatro [n]
ADDDENUUNADDEDadd [adj]
ADDEEHNHEADENDa facility that receives and distributes communications signals [n -S]
ADDEEMNDEADMENdeadman [n]
ADDEINTNIDATEDnidate [v]
ADDHILSLADDISHlad [adj]
ADDHLOOLADHOODthe state of being a lad [n -S]
ADDIKSTTSADDIKzaddik [n -DIKIM]
ADEEELSEASELEDeasel [adj]
ADEEGNTAGENTEDagent [v]
ADEEHRXEXHEDRAexedra [n -DRAE]
ADEEILMEMAILEDemail [v]
ADEEITUAUDITEEone that is audited [n -S]
ADEELNSLEADENSleaden [v]
ADEELPRPEDALERone that pedals [n -S]
ADEEPTXEXAPTEDutilized for a function other than the one developed through natural selection [adj]
ADEFGRSDEFRAGSdefrag [v]
ADEFHLUHEADFULa great amount of knowledge [n -S]
ADEFIKLFADLIKEresembling a fad [adj]
ADEFINSFADEINSfadein [n]
ADEFLORALFREDOserved with a white cheese sauce [adj]
ADEFNRSSNARFEDsnarf [v]
ADEFOTUFADEOUTa gradual disappearance of an image [n -S]
ADEGIMPMEDIGAPa supplemental health insurance [n -S]
ADEGIOTGODETIAa showy annual herb [n -S]
ADEGNTUUNGATEDgate [adj]
ADEHNRSHANDERShander [n]
ADEILPRLIPREADto understand spoken words by interpreting the lip movements of a speaker [v -READ, -READING, -READS]
ADEIMNODOMAINEa vineyard in Burgundy [n -S]
ADEINSTNIDATESnidate [v]
ADEIRTVTARDIVEhaving symptoms that develop slowly [adj]
ADEKKNSSKANKEDskank [v]
ADELMRUMURALEDmural [adj]
ADELNPYENDPLAYto force (an opponent in bridge) to lead [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ADELNRSRELANDSreland [v]
ADELOPRPRELOADto load beforehand [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ADELOTUOUTLEADto surpass in leading [v -LED, -LEADING, -LEADS]
ADEMMPSSPAMMEDspam [v]
ADEMNOWADWOMENadwoman [n]
ADEMOSYSAMOYEDany of a Siberian breed of medium-sized white or cream-colored sled dogs [n -S]
ADEMPSSSPASMEDspasm [v]
ADENPTUUNADEPTadept [adj]
ADERRSYYARDERSyarder [n]
ADFLMPUMUDFLAPa flap hung behind a rear wheel of a vehicle to prevent splashing [n -S]
ADGIINUIGUANIDa long-tailed lizard [n -S]
ADGIORTGORDITAa stuffed and fried pocket of cornmeal dough [n -S]
ADHIKOPHAPKIDOa Korean martial art [n -DOS]
ADILOSZOZALIDSozalid [n]
ADIOSTUOUTSAIDoutsay [v]
ADLMNOYALMONDYalmond [adj]
ADLNOOSONLOADSonload [v]
ADMMOSTMADTOMSmadtom [n]
AEEFLTXTELEFAXa system for transmitting graphic material over telephone lines [n -ES]
AEEGLTTGALETTEa flat round cake [n -S]
AEEGPSTSEPTAGEthe waste in a septic tank [n -S]
AEEHPRSHEAPERSheaper [n]
AEEILPTEPILATEto remove hair from [v -LATED, -LATING, -LATES]
AEELMNSMELENASmelena [n]
AEELQSUQUELEASquelea [n]
AEENPSTNEPETASnepeta [n]
AEEPPRVPREPAVEto pave beforehand [v -PAVED, -PAVING, -PAVES]
AEERRSWREWEARSrewear [v]
AEERRTVAVERTERone that averts [n -S]
AEERTWWWETWAREthe human brain when considered as functionally equivalent to a computer [n -S]
AEESSSYEYASSESeyass [n]
AEFGGIRFAGGIERfaggy [adj]
AEFGLPUPAGEFULas much as a page can hold [n -S]
AEFGLRSREFLAGSreflag [v]
AEFHISZHAFIZEShafiz [n]
AEFILSTSEALIFTto transport (military personnel and equipment) by ship [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AEFKLRTFARTLEKan athletic training technique [n -S]
AEFLPRUFLAREUPa sudden outbreak [n -S]
AEGGIJSJAGGIESa jagged effect on a curved line [n]
AEGGILNEAGLINGeagle [v]
AEGHLTWTHALWEGthe line defining the lowest points along the length of a riverbed [n -S]
AEGILLMMEGILLAmegillah [n -S]
AEGILLNNIGELLAan annual herb [n -S]
AEGILNTTAGLINEthe final line of a play or joke that makes the point [n -S]
AEGILSTGELATISgelati [n]
AEGINNSINNAGESinnage [n]
AEGISTYGASEITYthe state of being a gas [n -TIES]
AEGJLSTJETLAGSjetlag [n]
AEGLPSSGAPLESShaving no gap [adj]
AEGMNORMEGARONthe great central hall of an ancient Greek house [n -ARA]
AEGNNOWNONWAGEnot including or involving wages (money paid for work or services) [adj]
AEGOTUZOUTGAZEto surpass in gazing [v -GAZED, -GAZING, -GAZES]
AEGRRSUSUGARERone that makes sugar [n -S]
AEHINRTTHERIANany of a subclass of mammals [n -S]
AEHKPRSPHREAKSphreak [v]
AEHPRTTPHATTERphat [adj]
AEHRRSTTRASHERone that destroys or damages [n -S]
AEIJKLMJAMLIKEresembling jam [adj]
AEIKNNTNEATNIKa compulsively neat person [n -S]
AEIKOSTOAKIESToaky [adj]
AEILLQULALIQUEa style of cut glass or crystal [n -S]
AEIMNPRPERMIANof or pertaining to a certain geologic time period [adj]
AEIMPRVVAMPIERvampy [adj]
AEIMSTTMATIESTmatey [adj]
AEINPSWWINESAPa red apple with somewhat tart flesh [n -S]
AEINSSTSEITANSseitan [n]
AEIPRRRPARRIERone that parries [n -S]
AEIPSSVPAVISSEpavis [n -S]
AEIRRTTTARTIERtarty [adj]
AEJLOUZAZULEJOa type of ceramic tile [n -JOS]
AEJLSSWJAWLESShaving no jaw (a bony structure bordering the mouth) [adj]
AEJSTWYJETWAYSjetway [n]
AEKKNRSSKANKERone that skanks [n -S]
AEKLPPTPEPTALKto inspire enthusiasm in by an intense, emotional talk [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AEKLPSYKEYPALSkeypal [n]
AEKNOSWWEAKONSweakon [n]
AEKNRSWWANKERSwanker [n]
AEKSSTTTSATSKEchachka [n -S]
AELLNOPPLEONALpleon [adj]
AELLRTYRETALLYtally [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES]
AELNOPSNOPALESnopal [n]
AELOPRRPREORALsituated in front of the mouth [adj]
AELORRTREALTORa real estate agent who is a member of the National Association of Realtors -- a collective mark [n -S]
AELORSTOLESTRAa noncaloric fat substitute [n -S]
AELORTTRETOTALtotal [v -TALED, -TALING, -TALS or -TALLED, -TALLING, -TALS]
AELPPSTAPPLETSapplet [n]
AEMMPRSSPAMMERone that spams [n -S]
AEMMRSZMAMZERSmamzer [n]
AENNPRSPANNERSpanner [n]
AENOPTUAUTOPENa device for imitating signatures [n -S]
AENORSTSANTEROa priest of santeria [n -ROS]
AENRSSTSARSNETsarcenet [n -S]
AEORRSVSEROVARa group of microorganisms having a characteristic set of antigens [n -S]
AEORSSTOSETRASosetra [n]
AEORSSTOSSETRAosetra [n -S]
AEPPPRUPREPUPAa stage preceding the pupa [n -PAS or -PAE]
AESSTUYEUSTASYeustacy [n -SIES]
AFFGINNNAFFINGnaff [v]
AFGINOTANTIFOGpreventing the buildup of moisture on a surface [adj]
AFHIISWWAIFISHwaiflike [adj]
AFIILNTTAILFINa fin at the posterior end of a fish [n -S]
AFLLMPUPALMFULas much as a palm can hold [n -S]
AFMNRSUSURFMANone who is skilled in handling a boat in surf [n SURFMEN]
AGGINRSGRINGASgringa [n]
AGGINSTGATINGSgating [n]
AGHILOTGOLIATHa person considered to be a giant [n -S]
AGHLMSUMUGHALSmughal [n]
AGIKNNWWANKINGwank [v]
AGILLNULINGULAan organ or process shaped like a tongue [n -LAE] : LINGULAR [adj]
AGILLYZGLAZILYglazy [adv]
AGILNNSLIGNANSlignan [n]
AGILNPPPALPINGpalp [v]
AGIORSTORGIASTone who participates in an orgy [n -S]
AGJNORYJARGONYcharacterized by the use of obscure language [adj]
AGJSTTYGYTTJASgyttja [n]
AGMNSTYSYNTAGMsyntagma [n -S]
AGNNSSUUNSNAGSunsnag [v]
AHHIIMSHAIMISHhomey, unpretentious [adj]
AHHIJRSHIJRAHShijrah [n]
AHHPPSUHUPPAHShuppah [n]
AHIMSSUHASSIUMa radioactive element [n -S]
AHINRVYHRYVNIAa monetary unit of Ukraine [n -S]
AHIORSSORISHASorisha [n]
AHIORSTAIRSHOTan aircheck [n -S]
AHIORSWAIRSHOWan exhibition of aircraft stunts [n -S]
AHKMOSWMOHAWKSmohawk [n]
AHNPPSSSHNAPPSschnapps [n SHNAPPS]
AHNRSVYHRYVNAShryvna [n]
AIIKNNTTANKINIa womanís swimsuit consisting of bikini briefs and a tank top [n -S]
AIILMNNLAMININa glycoprotein [n -S]
AIJMORSROMAJISromaji [n]
AIKKOPYKOPIYKAa monetary unit of Ukraine [n -S]
AILLSTTTALLITStallit [n]
AILRTTYTARTILYtarty [adv]
AILSVVYSAVVILYsavvy [adv]
AIMNNORIRONMANa man of great strength and stamina [n IRONMEN]
AIMNSTUSANTIMUsantims [n]
AIMNSUZMIZUNASmizuna [n]
AIMPPSSPAPISMSpapism [n]
AINORTWWAITRONa server in a restaurant [n -S]
AINPRSWRIPSAWNripsaw [v]
AINPRTTTRIPTANa drug for treating migraine attacks [n -S]
AINSSTTSTATINSstatin [n]
AIOPPRRPROPRIAproprium [n]
AIOSSTTTATSOIStatsoi [n]
AIPZZZZPIZZAZZpizazz [n -ES]
AIRRSSTRISTRASristra [n]
AIRSTTTATTRITSattrit [v]
AISSTTUAUTISTSautist [n]
AKLPSTUUPTALKSuptalk [v]
AKQRSSUSQUARKSsquark [n]
ALLNSTYSLANTLYslanty [adv]
ALMOPPTPALMTOPa small computer that fits in the palm of the hand [n -S]
ALMSTUUMUTUALSmutual [n]
ALNNOORNONORALnot involving the mouth [adj]
ALNORSUSOLUNARlisting the rising and setting times of the sun and moon [adj]
ALNOSSTSTANOLSstanol [n]
AMNOTUYAUTONYMa name by which a people refers to itself [n -S]
ANNOSTYTANNOYStannoy [n]
ANOORSTSANTOORsantir [n -S]
ANRSSUYSUNRAYSsunray [n]
AOSSTUYOUTSAYSoutsay [v]
APPRSTYSTRAPPYhaving straps [adj STRAPPIER, STRAPPIEST]
BBDIOORBOOBIRDa fan who boos players of the home team [n -S]
BBEHORSHOBBERShobber [n]
BBEIILSBILBIESbilby [n]
BBEIRSURUBBIESrubby [n]
BBELMOTBOMBLETa small bomb [n -S]
BBEPRUWBREWPUBa restaurant that sells beverages brewed on the premises [n -S]
BBIMMOSMOBBISMmobbish conduct [n -S]
BBNOOOSBONOBOSbonobo [n]
BCEHINTBITCHENexcellent [adj]
BCEINOSEBONICSa dialect of English spoken by some African-Americans [n]
BCHLSSUSCHLUBSschlub [n]
BCIKKOXKICKBOXto box in a style that allows kicking [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
BCINOOSBOSONICboson [adj]
BCINORSBICORNSbicorn [n]
BCISTUUCUBITUSthe forearm [n -TI]
BCKNSUUNUBUCKSnubuck [n]
BCOOOOSBOOCOOSboocoo [n]
BCTUUZZBUZZCUTa very short haircut [n -S]
BDDEGLUBLUDGEDbludge [v]
BDDGIORBIRDDOGto follow closely [v -DOGGED, -DOGGING, -DOGS]
BDEEEISBEEDIESbeedi [n]
BDEEINRBENDIERbendy [adj]
BDEGLSUBLUDGESbludge [v]
BDEIKNOBOINKEDboink [v]
BDEIOOSBOODIESboody [n]
BDEIOOSDOOBIESdoobie [n]
BDEIPRSPREBIDSprebid [v]
BDGMSUUMUDBUGSmudbug [n]
BDIMNUUDUBNIUMa radioactive element [n -S]
BDINOSUBOUDINSboudin [n]
BDINOUYUNIBODYbeing a type of construction in which parts are welded together to form one unit [adj]
BDNOOWWDOWNBOWa type of stroke in playing a bowed instrument [n -S]
BEEELPRBLEEPERone that bleeps [n -S]
BEEFIRSFRISBEEa plastic disk several inches in diameter sailed between players by a flip of the wrist -- a trademark [n -S]
BEEGINSBEIGNESbeigne [n]
BEEGMNOGOMBEENusury [n -S]
BEEILLVBILEVELa house having two levels [n -S]
BEEINSWNEWBIESnewbie [n]
BEEISTWWEBSITEa set of interconnected webpages maintained by an individual or an organization [n -S]
BEELNRTREBLENTreblend [v]
BEENORYBONEYERboney [adj]
BEEPRRVPREVERBa prefix or particle preceding the root of a verb [n -S]
BEFFSTUBUFFESTbuff [adj]
BEFILOUBIOFUELfuel composed of biological raw materials [n -S]
BEFIRSTFIBSTERone that fibs [n -S]
BEGGLORBLOGGERone who maintains a blog [n -S]
BEGIIMTBIGTIMEpertaining to the highest level [adj]
BEGIMNRBERMINGberm [v]
BEGINNUUNBEINGunbe [v]
BEGINOSBINGOESbingo [n]
BEGIOSSBIGOSESbigos [n]
BEGLOSWWEBLOGSweblog [n]
BEHIMOYYOHIMBEa tropical African tree [n -S]
BEHNNOTBENTHONthe organisms living in the benthos [n -S]
BEHOOSXSHOEBOXan oblong box for holding a pair of shoes [n -ES]
BEIINOTNIOBITEthe mineral columbite [n -S]
BEIIRSTBITSIERbitsy [adj]
BEIKRSWBREWSKIa serving of beer [n -SKIES or -SKIS]
BEILRTZBLITZERone that blitzes [n -S]
BEIMRTYTIMBERYtimber [adj]
BELORSSORBLESSlacking an orb [adj]
BELRSTUBUSTLERone that bustles [n -S]
BENOOSTOBENTOSobento [n]
BEPRSUYPREBUYSprebuy [v]
BEQSTUYQUBYTESqubyte [n]
BFFGINOBOFFINGboff [v]
BFFOSUYBUYOFFSbuyoff [n]
BFIILMOBIOFILMa thin layer of microorganisms [n -S]
BGHLRUUBULGHURbulgur [n -S]
BGIKNORBORKINGbork [v]
BGILRSUBUSGIRLa girl or woman who is a serverís assistant in a restaurant [n -S]
BGINRUXBRUXINGbrux [v]
BGLOSUYBOGUSLYbogus [adv]
BGOSTUUBUGOUTSbugout [n]
BHIMORUBOHRIUMa radioactive element [n -S]
BILLORSBRILLOSbrillo [n]
BINORSUBOURSINa mild, smooth, creamy cheese without rind -- a trademark [n -S]
BJMOOSUBOOJUMSboojum [n]
BKOOOOSBOOKOOSbookoo [n]
CCEINSSSCENICSscenic [n]
CCERTUWCREWCUTa short haircut [n -S]
CCGIINTTICCINGtic [v]
CCHLSTUSCULTCHsculch [n -ES]
CCHNOOSCONCHOSconcho [n]
CCHOOSTSCOOTCHto scooch [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
CCILNSYCYCLINScyclin [n]
CDDEENUUNCEDEDcede [adj]
CDEEEPRCREEPEDcreep [v]
CDEHIILCEILIDHan Irish or Scottish party [n -S]
CDFIJORFJORDICfjord [adj]
CDHIRTYCHYTRIDan aquatic or soil fungus [n -S]
CDIMOSSCOSMIDScosmid [n]
CDIORSVCORVIDScorvid [n]
CEEHMRSMERCHESmerch [n]
CEEHRTVCHEVRETchevre [n -S]
CEEIMNOMIOCENEof or pertaining to a certain geologic time period [adj]
CEELMOTTELECOMtelecommunication [n -S]
CEELOTXCELOTEXa building board that is employed as insulation or paneling -- a trademark [n -ES]
CEELSUXCULEXESculex [n]
CEEMSTUTUMESCEto become swollen [v -MESCED, -MESCING, -MESCES]
CEFFRSUSCUFFERone that scuffs [n -S]
CEFGHINCHEFINGchef [v]
CEFLNTUUNCLEFTcleave [adj]
CEHHIOOHOOCHIEa promiscuous young woman [n -S]
CEHILXYHEXYLIChexyl [adj]
CEHIMORHOMERIChaving a large or grand quality [adj]
CEHINRRCHIRRENchildren [n]
CEHINRSINCHERSincher [n]
CEHKNSUKUCHENSkuchen [n]
CEHLNNUCHUNNELa tunnel under the English channel [n -S]
CEHMNSYMENSCHYmensch [adj]
CEHNORTCHORTENa Tibetan shrine [n -S]
CEHNOSTTECHNOStechno [n]
CEIIMNRCREMINIa brown mushroom [n -S]
CEIIMNRCRIMINEused to express surprise or anger [interj]
CEIINOSNICOISEserved with black olives, tomatoes, olive oil, and often anchovies [adj]
CEIKLNSSLICKENto make slick [v -ED, -ING, -S]
CEIKRSUSUCKIERsucky [adj]
CEILNOPPLEONICpleon [adj]
CEILOPRPOLICERone that polices [n -S]
CEILSTULUCITESlucite [n]
CEINNSTINCENTSincent [v]
CEINSTUNEUSTICneuston [adj]
CEJNOOSCOJONEStesticles -- usually considered vulgar [n]
CEKLOSTLOCKSETa set of hardware for locking a door [n -S]
CEKOORRCROOKERcrook [adj]
CELMNSUMESCLUNa mixture of young tender green herbs [n -S]
CELOPSUCLOSEUPa photograph taken at close range [n -S]
CELORSVVELCROSvelcro [n]
CELORVYCLOVERYclover [adj]
CELOSSXCOXLESShaving no coxswain (the director of the crew of a racing rowboat) [adj]
CEMSTTUTECTUMStectum [n]
CENNOORNONCOREnot being in or relating to a central part [adj]
CENNOOSNEOCONSneocon [n]
CENOOPSPOCOSENpocosin [n -S]
CEOORTUECOTOURa tour of a natural habitat [n -S]
CEORSTUCROUTEScroute [n]
CESSUZZSCUZZESscuzz [n]
CFFFKOUFUCKOFFone who spends time idly -- an offensive term [n -S]
CFFKOOOCOOKOFFa cooking contest [n -S]
CFINORYCORNIFYto form keratin [v -FIED, -FYING, -FIES]
CHIILLSCHILLISchilli [n]
CHIKSTYSHTICKYresembling a shtick [adj SHTICKIER, SHTICKIEST]
CHINORSCRONISHcrone [adj]
CHKLOSYSHLOCKYschlocky [adj SHLOCKIER, SHLOCKIEST]
CHORRSUCHURROSchurro [n]
CIIIMNRCRIMINIcremini [n -S]
CIILPRYPRICILYpricy [adv]
CIIMNRYCRIMINYcrimine [interj]
CIKLNSUUNSLICKslick [adj]
CIKLOOOOLICOOKa doughnut [n -S]
CIKLOPZZIPLOCKhaving a groove and ridge that form a tight seal when joined [adj]
CIKMSSUMUSICKSmusick [v]
CILNORYLYRICONan electronic wind instrument [n -S]
CIOTTUYOUTCITYa city on the outskirts of a larger city [n -TIES]
CNOOOPSPOCOSONpocosin [n -S]
COOPSTUCOPOUTScopout [n]
COPRTUUUPCOURTin the opposite half of a basketball court [adv]
DDDEGIRGRIDDEDgrid [adj]
DDEEEFXFEDEXEDfedex [v]
DDEEIMNDENIMEDdenim [adj]
DDEEINSNEDDIESneddy [n]
DDEEIRWWEIRDEDweird [v]
DDEEMMOMODEMEDmodem [v]
DDEFISUFUDDIESfuddy [n]
DDEFNOUFONDUEDfondue [v]
DDEGKLUKLUDGEDkludge [v]
DDEGLSUSLUDGEDsludge [v]
DDEILLUILLUDEDillude [v]
DDEIOOSDOODIESdoody [n]
DDIIIOOOIDIOIDoidium [adj]
DDOOOOSDOODOOSdoodoo [n]
DEEEFSXFEDEXESfedex [v]
DEEFFSTDEFFESTdef [adj]
DEEFIMSMISFEEDto feed wrongly [v -FED, -FEEDING, -FEEDS]
DEEFLOYEYEFOLDa fold of skin of the upper eyelid [n -S]
DEEFLSUDEFUELSdefuel [v]
DEEFRSUDEFUSERone that defuses [n -S]
DEEGIKNDEKEINGdeke [v]
DEEGKMOGEEKDOMthe world of geeks [n -S]
DEEGORRROGEREDroger [v]
DEEHORSRESHOEDreshoe [v]
DEEHOSYHOSEYEDhosey [v]
DEEILNTLENITEDlenite [v]
DEEILRVLIVEREDliver [v]
DEEILSTISLETEDislet [adj]
DEEIORSOSIEREDosier [adj]
DEEJNOSJONESEDjones [v]
DEEKLLVKVELLEDkvell [v]
DEELSUVEVULSEDevulse [v]
DEENRRUENDURERone that endures [n -S]
DEFFIOSDIEOFFSdieoff [n]
DEFNPRUPREFUNDto fund beforehand [v -ED, -ING, -S]
DEFNRSUFUNDERSfunder [n]
DEFSSUUDUFUSESdufus [n]
DEGHINOHONGIEDhongi [v]
DEGILTZGLITZEDglitz [v]
DEGIMNODEMOINGdemo [v]
DEGINTUDUETINGduet [v]
DEGIORRGRODIERgrody [adj]
DEGKKORGROKKEDgrok [v]
DEGKLUYKLUDGEYkludgy [adj KLUDGIER, KLUDGIEST]
DEGLMOUMOGULEDprovided with bumps of hard snow [adj]
DEGLNOSDONGLESdongle [n]
DEHIMNSMEHNDISmehndi [n]
DEHIMUXHUMIDEXan index of discomfort [n -ES]
DEHMNSUMUDHENSmudhen [n]
DEHMOPRMORPHEDmorph [v]
DEHMSSUSMUSHEDsmush [v]
DEHPPUWWHUPPEDwhup [v]
DEIIRTXEDITRIXa female editor [n -TRIXES or -TRICES]
DEIKLNUUNLIKEDlike [adj]
DEILLSUILLUDESillude [v]
DEILMXYMIXEDLYmix [adv]
DEILSUVDIVULSEto tear away [v -VULSED, -VULSING, -VULSES]
DEIMNTUUNTIMEDtime [adj]
DEIMOORDOOMIERdoomy [adj]
DEINNSYDYNEINSdynein [n]
DEIPRSUSIRUPEDsirup [v]
DEIPSUZUPSIZEDupsize [v]
DEIRSSUDISEURSdiseur [n]
DELLRWYDRYWELLa hole for receiving drainage from a roof [n -S]
DELOORTROOTLEDrootle [v]
DELOPPYPOLYPEDsomething having many legs [n -S]
DELOPRTPRETOLDpretell [v]
DEMOOPRPROMOEDpromo [v]
DENOPRSPERNODSpernod [n]
DEOSTTTSTOTTEDstott [v]
DEPRSUYSYRUPEDsyrup [v]
DFLOPSUFOLDUPSfoldup [n]
DGIILMNMILDINGmild [v]
DGIILNOLOIDINGloid [v]
DGINOPSDOPINGSdoping [n]
DGOPRRUPRODRUGan inactive chemical substance that becomes an active drug in the body [n -S]
DHIIPSTDIPSHITa foolish or contemptible person [n -S]
DIILMSTMIDLISTa section of a publisherís list of current titles [n -S]
DINNOPRNONDRIPthat does not drip [adj]
DINOWWYWINDOWYhaving many windows [adj]
DMNOOOPMONOPODa one-legged support for a camera [n -S]
DNOOSUVVOUDONSvoudon [n]
DNOOUUVVOUDOUNvodun [n -S]
DNOPTUWPUTDOWNa disparaging or snubbing remark [n -S]
DOOOPSWDOOWOPSdoowop [n]
EEEGMRSMERGEESmergee [n]
EEEGNNONEOGENEof or pertaining to a certain geologic time period [adj]
EEEKLNXKLEENEXa cleansing tissue -- a trademark [n -ES]
EEEMNSTMENTEESmentee [n]
EEENNSVVENENESvenene [n]
EEENRTWTWEENERa player having some but not all of the qualifications for two or more positions [n -S]
EEENSWYSWEENEYsweeny [n -NEYS]
EEFGISTGIFTEESgiftee [n]
EEFHLMNFLEHMENto inhale with the mouth open and upper lip curled [v -ED, -ING, -S]
EEFILTYEYELIFTplastic surgery of the eyelid [n -S]
EEFINNRFENNIERfenny [adj]
EEFIRSSFRISEESfrisee [n]
EEGGKRSKEGGERSkegger [n]
EEGHMNOHEGEMONa political state having hegemony [n -S]
EEGRRSSSERGERSserger [n]
EEHILOPPIEHOLEa mouth [n -S]
EEHLNSYHENLEYShenley [n]
EEHLQSSSHEQELSsheqel [n]
EEHMNNSMENSHENmensh [n]
EEHMNSSMENSHESmensh [n]
EEHPPSTHEPPESThep [adj]
EEIKKSTTEKKIEStekkie [n]
EEIKLSSSELKIESselkie [n]
EEIKPSWKEWPIESkewpie [n]
EEILNSTLENITESlenite [v]
EEILRSXEXILERSexiler [n]
EEILSSVSLIEVESslieve [n]
EEIMMSSMIMESESmimesis [n]
EEIMRSTMEISTERone who is knowledgeable about something specified [n -S]
EEINNTZNETIZENa frequent user of the Internet [n -S]
EEINRSXREXINESrexine [n]
EEINSSSSENSEISsensei [n]
EEIPRRWPREWIREto wire beforehand [v -WIRED, -WIRING, -WIRES]
EEIRSTVSIEVERTa unit of iodizing radiation [n -S]
EEKOOPPPEKEPOOpeekapoo [n -POOS]
EELLNORRELLENOa Mexican dish of a stuffed and fried green chile [n -S]
EELLPRTPRETELLto tell beforehand [v -TOLD, -TELLING, -TELLS]
EELNSTTTELNETStelnet [v]
EELOPPZZEPPOLEa deep-fried pastry [n -POLES or -POLI]
EELRSUXLUREXESlurex [n]
EELSSUVEVULSESevulse [v]
EENOPRSPEREONSpereon [n]
EENRRSTRERENTSrerent [v]
EENSSUVVENUSESvenus [n]
EEORRSZREZEROSrezero [v]
EEPPRSXPERSPEXan acrylic plastic consisting essentially of polymethyl methacrylate -- a trademark [n -ES]
EEPRSXYPYREXESpyrex [n]
EERSTTVVETTERSvetter [n]
EERSTTYSYRETTEa small tube fitted with a hypodermic needle containing a single dose of medication [n -S]
EFFFLRUFLUFFERone that fluffs [n -S]
EFFIISTSTIFFIEan erection of the penis -- usually considered vulgar [n -S]
EFFILNOOFFLINEnot connected to a computer network [adj]
EFFLLOSSELLOFFthe sale of a large number of stocks, bonds, or commodities [n -S]
EFFNSTUFUNFESTa party for fun [n -S]
EFGLORTFROGLETa young frog [n -S]
EFHORRTFROTHERone that froths [n -S]
EFIIRRRFIRRIERfirry [adj]
EFIJLOTJETFOILa jet-powered hydrofoil (a boat with winglike structures for lifting the hull above the water) [n -S]
EFIKLNUFLUNKIEflunky [n -S]
EFIKLORFOLKIERfolkie [adj]
EFIOORSROOFIESroofie [n]
EFIORTVOVERFITfitted to excess [adj]
EFLNORUFLEURONa floral ornament [n -S]
EFLNOSTTEFLONSteflon [n]
EFLNPUXFUNPLEXa building with facilities for sports and games [n -ES]
EFLORSSFLOSSERone that flosses [n -S]
EFLPRRUPURFLERone that purfles [n -S]
EFMNRSUSURFMENsurfman [n]
EFMPRUYPERFUMYscented [adj]
EFNNORTFORNENTnear to [prep]
EGGGIKNKEGGINGkeg [v]
EGGGINVVEGGINGveg [v]
EGGIIJRJIGGIERjiggy [adj]
EGGNRRUGRUNGERa fan of a style of rock music and associated fashions [n -S]
EGHINOSHONGIEShongi [v]
EGHINRWWHINGERone that whinges [n -S]
EGIIJKLJIGLIKEresembling a jig [adj]
EGIILRRGIRLIERgirlie [adj]
EGIKKLNLEKKINGlek [v]
EGIKNRUGUNKIERgunky [adj]
EGILLORGIROLLEan edible mushroom [n -S]
EGILMNUGUMLINEthe edge of the gums meeting the teeth [n -S]
EGILNSTSNIGLETa word coined for something not having a name [n -S]
EGINOORGOONIERgoony [adj]
EGINOOSNOOGIESnoogie [n]
EGINOPSPINGOESpingo [n]
EGINOSZGINZOESginzo [n]
EGINPPRREPPINGrep [v]
EGIRRSTGRISTERone that grinds grain [n -S]
EGIRRTTGRITTERone that grits [n -S]
EGISUWYWISEGUYa mobster [n -GUYS]
EGMNOSUMUNGOESmungo [n]
EGNOOYZZOOGENYthe development or evolution of animals [n -NIES]
EHHIKSSSHIKSEHshiksa [n -S]
EHHINNSHENNISHresembling a hen [adj]
EHHRSSUSHUSHERone that shushes [n -S]
EHIIKNRHINKIERhinky [adj]
EHIIRSSHISSIERhissy [adj]
EHIJNNOJOHNNIEjohnny [n -S]
EHIMRTTTHERMITthermite [n -S]
EHIOOPWWHOOPIEwhoopee [n -S]
EHIOPRSROSEHIPthe aggregate fruit of the rose plant [n -S]
EHIOSTTHOTTIEShottie [n]
EHIPPRSPRESHIPto ship beforehand [v -SHIPPED, -SHIPPING, -SHIPS]
EHIPRSSPISHERSpisher [n]
EHKNSUYHUNKEYShunkey [n]
EHMORSSMOSHERSmosher [n]
EHMPRSUHUMPERShumper [n]
EHMSSSUSMUSHESsmush [v]
EHOORSVHOOVERShoover [v]
EHOPRSYPHORESYa symbiotic relationship between some arthropods and fishes [n -SIES]
EHRSTUYTUSHERYpretentious writing [n -ERIES]
EIIKNTWTWINKIEa young, attractive person of little experience [n -S]
EIILNRSRESILINan elastic substance in the cuticles of many insects [n -S]
EIILOPRLIRIOPEa stemless Asian herb [n -S]
EIINNOSINOSINEa compound of hypoxanthine and ribose [n -S]
EIINSUZUNISIZEmade to fit all sizes [adj]
EIKKLSYSKYLIKEresembling the sky [adj]
EIKKRUYYUKKIERyukky [adj]
EIKLNSSKINLESShaving no kin [adj]
EILMSSYSMILEYSsmiley [n]
EILNPSTLEPTINSleptin [n]
EILOPPZZEPPOLIzeppole [n]
EILSTYZZESTILYzesty [adv]
EIMNNORIRONMENironman [n]
EIMPRRUIMPURERimpure [adj]
EINOOSTTOONIEStoonie [n]
EINOOTWTWOONIEtoonie [n -S]
EINOPPSPEPINOSpepino [n]
EINOPTUPOUTINEa dish of french fries and cheese curds topped with gravy [n -S]
EINORSVENVIROSenviro [n]
EIOOSTZZOOIESTzooey [adj]
EIOPSSTPOSTIESpostie [n]
EIOPSTXPOXIESTpoxy [adj]
EIOSTVVVOTIVESvotive [n]
EIPRRTUPURTIERpurty [adj]
EIPRSTUPERITUSan expert theologian [n -TI]
EIPSSUZUPSIZESupsize [v]
EISTTUWWETSUITa close-fitting rubberlike suit worn in cold water by skin divers [n -S]
EKLOPSTKLEPTOSklepto [n]
EKNORSTREKNOTSreknot [v]
ELLLRSULULLERSluller [n]
ELMMPRUPLUMMERplum [adj]
ELNOOPTPELOTONthe main body of riders in a bicycle race [n -S]
ELOOPRSPOOLERSpooler [n]
ELOOPRSRESPOOLspool [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ELOOPRSSPOOLERone that spools [n -S]
ELOOPSSPOSOLESposole [n]
ELOOPSZPOZOLESpozole [n]
ELOORSTROOTLESrootle [v]
ELOPPSUUPSLOPEtoward the top of a slope [adv]
ELOPRSWREPLOWSreplow [v]
ELORSTTLOTTERSlotter [n]
ELORSTTSLOTTERa machine for slotting [n -S]
EMNOORSMOONERSmooner [n]
EMNOSXYEXONYMSexonym [n]
EMOPPTUUPTEMPOa fast or lively tempo [n -POS]
ENOPRRWPREWORNpreviously worn by someone [adj]
ENOPSUXXENOPUSa frog native to southern Africa [n -PUSES]
ENOSSTTSTETSONa broad-brimmed high-crowned felt hat -- a trademark [n -S]
EORRSSTSTORERSstorer [n]
EPRRSTUSPURTERone that spurts [n -S]
FFILNSYSNIFFLYthat sniffles [adj]
FFOOPSTSTOPOFFa stopover [n -S]
FIILPRSRIFLIPSriflip [n]
FIKLLUYFLUKILYfluky [adv]
FIKLNUYFUNKILYfunky [adv]
FIKLSTULUTFISKlutefisk [n -S]
FIMOORSISOFORMone of two or more proteins having a similar form [n -S]
FIOTTTUTOFUTTIa food made without dairy products -- a trademark [n -S]
FIPPUYYYUPPIFYto make appealing to yuppies [v -FIED, -FYING, -FIES]
FKRSSUYSKYSURFto perform maneuvers during free fall while riding on a skyboard [v -ED, -ING, -S]
GGHIIJSJIGGISHsuitable for a jig (a lively dance) [adj]
GGHILOSLOGGISHresembling a log [adj]
GGHIOSWWOGGISHresembling a wog [adj]
GGIINTTGITTINGgit [v]
GGIKLNUKLUGINGkluge [v]
GGIKNOSGINGKOSgingko [n]
GGIMNORGORMINGgorm [v]
GHHIOPTHIGHTOPa sneaker extending over the ankle [n -S]
GHIMNOSMOSHINGfrenzied dancing at a rock concert [n -S]
GHLMOSUMOGHULSmoghul [n]
GIILNNTLINTINGlint [v]
GIILNNYINLYINGlocated farther in [adj]
GIIMNPWWIMPINGwimp [v]
GIKNOPRPORKINGpork [v]
GILNOOSOLINGOSolingo [n]
GINNOOZZOONINGzoon [v]
GIORSTUOUTRIGSoutrig [v]
HIIISTVSHIVITIa plaque with a Hebrew verse [n -S]
HIILRTTTRILITHa prehistoric structure of three large stones [n -S]
HILOPSTLITHOPSa succulent African plant [n LITHOPS]
HIMOPRSORPHISMa style of art [n -S]
HIMORSTRIMSHOTa sound made by a drumstick striking the rim and head of a drum [n -S]
HINPSTYPHYTINSphytin [n]
HIOTTUWOUTWITHbeyond the limits of [prep]
HJNNOOSJOHNSONthe penis -- usually considered vulgar [n -S]
HLLOOSUHULLOOShulloo [v]
HMNOPYYHYPONYMa word that denotes a subcategory [n -S]
HOOPSTTHOTSPOTan area known for violence or unrest [n -S]
IIMRSSUSURIMISsurimi [n]
IKLMOOSLOOKISMdiscrimination based on physical appearance [n -S]
IKLOOSTLOOKISTone that practices lookism [n -S]
IKLOSSUSOUSLIKsuslik [n -S]
ILLLOWYLOWLILYlowly [adv]
ILLNOOYLOONILYloony [adv]
ILLOOPYLOOPILYloopy [adv]
IMOSSTUSUMOISTa sumo wrestler [n -S]
INORSTUTURIONSturion [n]
INOSSTTSTOTINSstotin [n]
IOPSSTUPISTOUSpistou [n]
IORSSTUTSOURIStsuris [n TSOURIS]
JNOORSUJOURNOSjourno [n]
KOOSSUUSOUKOUSa dance music in the Democratic Republic of the Congo [n -ES]
LLLOOPYLOLLOPYcharacterized by a bobbing motion [adj]
LLOOPSYPOLYOLSpolyol [n]
LNNOOOWNONWOOLnot made of wool [adj]
LNOOPSUUNSPOOLto unwind from a small cylinder [v -ED, -ING, -S]
NNORSTUTURNONSturnon [n]
OOPPSSTPOSTOPSpostop [n]
AAAABCLZCALABAZAa large winter squash [n -S]
AAAACLMTCALAMATAkalamata [n -S]
AAAAKLMTKALAMATAa black olive grown in Greece [n -S]
AAABDLMSLAMBADASlambada [n]
AAABGMNQMBAQANGAa South African dance music [n -S]
AAABHLQSQABALAHSqabalah [n]
AAABKPSSBAASKAPSbaaskap [n]
AAABKPSSBAASSKAPbaaskap [n -S]
AAACCHMPCHAMPACAchampak [n -S]
AAACEGTUAGUACATEan avocado [n -S]
AAACEHLRARCHAEALarchaea [adj]
AAACEHNRARCHAEANa microorganism of the archaea [n -S]
AAACEHNTACANTHAEacantha [n]
AAACKLMNALMANACKalmanac [n -S]
AAADGGHSAGGADAHSaggadah [n]
AAADHMRSMADRASAHmadrassa [n -S]
AAADIMNSDAMIANASdamiana [n]
AAADMPPPPAPPADAMpapadum [n -S]
AAADMPPSPAPADAMSpapadam [n]
AAADMRSSMADRASASmadrasa [n]
AAADMRSSMADRASSAa Muslim school [n -S]
AAAFMQRUAQUAFARMto cultivate food fish [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AAAGGLNSGALANGASgalanga [n]
AAAGNRSUGUARANASguarana [n]
AAAHHHKLHALAKHAHhalacha [n -KHAHS or -KHOTH or -KHOT] : HALAKHIC [adj]
AAAHIPTYPITAHAYAa cactus of southwestern U.S. and Mexico [n -S]
AAAILPRSPARASAILto soar while harnessed to a parachute towed by a car or boat [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AAAIMRSUMAIASAURa herbivorous dinosaur [n -S]
AABBCEGYCABBAGEYresembling a cabbage (a leafy vegetable) [adj]
AABBELNNBANNABLEliable to be banned [adj]
AABCCKLWCLAWBACKmoney taken back by taxation [n -S]
AABCDILRALDICARBa pesticide [n -S]
AABCDIMSDICAMBASdicamba [n]
AABCDKLOBACKLOADto defer a financial obligation [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AABCEHKLHACKABLEhack [adj]
AABCEKSTSEATBACKthe back of a seat [n -S]
AABCEORSACARBOSEa drug for treating diabetes [n -S]
AABCIINRBRAINIACa very intelligent person [n -S]
AABCKKLTTALKBACKa one-way communications link between a control booth and a recording studio [n -S]
AABDEEHLBEHEADALthe act of beheading [n -S]
AABDEHNRBAREHANDto catch with a bare hand [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AABDEKPRPARBAKEDparbake [v]
AABDELNSSANDABLEsand [adj]
AABDEMNTBANDMATEa fellow member of a band [n -S]
AABDLLRYBALLYARDa ballpark [n -S]
AABDNSSWBANDSAWSbandsaw [n]
AABEEKRWBAKEWAREdishes used for baking [n -S]
AABEELPTTAPEABLEtape [adj]
AABEELSTTEASABLEtease [adj]
AABEENNWWANNABEEwannabe [n -S]
AABEFLTUFABULATEto compose fables [v -LATED, -LATING, -LATES]
AABEGGRYGARBAGEYgarbage [adj]
AABEHNORHABANEROa hot chili pepper [n -ROS]
AABEIJLLJAILABLEjail [adj]
AABEINRTATABRINEa drug to treat malaria [n -S]
AABEJLMMJAMMABLEjam [adj]
AABEKPRSPARBAKESparbake [v]
AABELLSYSLAYABLEslay [adj]
AABELPPTTAPPABLEcapable of being tapped [adj]
AABELRSTRATABLEStaxable properties [n]
AABEMMXYMYXAMEBAa slime mold that resembles an amoeba [n -BAS or -BAE]
AABENNSWWANNABESwannabe [n]
AABEORSTAEROBATSaerobat [n]
AABGHNRSBHANGRASbhangra [n]
AABHLMSYSHAMABLYshamable [adv]
AABIKLMSKABALISMcabalism [n -S]
AABIKLSTKABALISTcabalist [n -S]
AABIRSSTBARISTASbarista [n]
AABKRSSTTASKBARStaskbar [n]
AABLORSTABLATORSablator [n]
AABLRSUUSUBAURALscarcely hearable [adj]
AABORRSUBAROSAURa large dinosaur [n -S]
AACCELRRCARCERALpertaining to a prison [adj]
AACCHHILHALACHIChalacha [adj]
AACCHHKSCHACHKASchachka [n]
AACCJKRSCARJACKScarjack [v]
AACDDGHLCLADDAGHa ring designed with two hands clasping [n -S]
AACDDILNCANDIDALcandida [adj]
AACDEFNTCAFTANEDcaftan [adj]
AACDENRSDRACENASdracena [n]
AACDERSYDAYCARESdaycare [n]
AACDHKPRHARDPACKcompacted snow [n -S]
AACDHLNPHANDCLAPa striking together of the palms of the hands [n -S]
AACDKPRTTRACKPADa touchpad [n -S]
AACEFKMSFACEMASKa device to shield the face [n -S]
AACEHKSSASHCAKESashcake [n]
AACEHNORARCHAEONarchaean [n -CHAEA]
AACEINNTANTIACNEeffective against acne [adj]
AACEINRSSARCINAEsarcina [n]
AACEIOPRCAPOEIRAa Brazilian dance [n -S]
AACEKLRWRACEWALKto walk for speed while maintaining foot contact with the ground and keeping the supporting leg straight [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AACENSSSCASSENAScassena [n]
AACEORSSROSACEASrosacea [n]
AACGHLRURUGALACHrugelach [n RUGALACH]
AACGILLSGALLICASgallica [n]
AACGJNSTCATJANGScatjang [n]
AACHHIKLHALAKHIChalakha [adj]
AACHIMSSCHAMISASchamisa [n]
AACHKNSWHACKSAWNhacksaw [v]
AACHLLLUHALLUCALhallux [adj]
AACHLLORALACHLORan herbicide [n -S]
AACHLPSUCHALUPASchalupa [n]
AACHRSTUAUTARCHSautarch [n]
AACILNPSCALPAINScalpain [n]
AACILOSSASOCIALSasocial [n]
AACINRSSSARCINASsarcina [n]
AACINSSSCASSINAScassina [n]
AACLOPRSCRAPOLAScrapola [n]
AACMNORSNARCOMASnarcoma [n]
AACMORSTMARCATOSmarcato [n]
AADEEGHRGEARHEADa mechanically inclined person [n -S]
AADEENPTTAPENADEa spread made with black olives, capers, and anchovies [n -S]
AADEHNSXHANDAXEShandax [n]
AADEHRRZHAZARDERone that hazards [n -S]
AADEINPTPATINAEDpatina [adj]
AADEKPRSPARKADESparkade [n]
AADEMNUZUNAMAZEDamaze [adj]
AADEMSSSADMASSESadmass [n]
AADFIINTINTIFADAan uprising of Palestinians against Israelis [n -S]
AADGGHOTAGGADOTHaggadah [n]
AADGIIRSGIARDIASgiardia [n]
AADHHKNSSHADKHANshadchan [n -KHANS or -KHANIM]
AADHIMSSSAMADHISsamadhi [n]
AADLNOSVVANLOADSvanload [n]
AADLNOSZDANAZOLSdanazol [n]
AADMOPPSPAPADOMSpapadom [n]
AADMPPSUPAPADUMSpapadum [n]
AAEEGMSTAGEMATESagemate [n]
AAEFFLLRFARFALLEpasta in the shape of bow ties [n FARFALLE]
AAEFFLLSFALAFELSfalafel [n]
AAEGIMRTGEMATRIAa cabalistic method of interpreting the Scriptures [n -S]
AAEGMSTTMETATAGSmetatag [n]
AAEGRSSUASSUAGERone that assuages [n -S]
AAEHLSSVLAVASHESlavash [n]
AAEHNPSSSAPHENASsaphena [n]
AAEIIKNSAKINESIAloss of muscle function [n -S] : AKINETIC [adj]
AAEINRSTSANTERIAa religion of the Caribbean region [n -S]
AAEIPRTTPATRIATEto transfer (power of legislation) to an autonomous country [v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]
AAEIQRTUTAQUERIAa restaurant specializing in tacos and burritos [n -S]
AAELNPTTPANTALETlong underpants trimmed with ruffles [n -S]
AAELNSTYANALYTESanalyte [n]
AAEMNORSAMARONESamarone [n]
AAEMNPRSPARMESANa hard, dry Italian cheese [n -S]
AAENRSSTSANTERASsantera [n]
AAEOPPSSAPOAPSESapoapsis [n]
AAFFHIKYKAFFIYAHkaffiyeh [n -S]
AAFILOPRPARAFOILa fabric device that resembles a parachute [n -S]
AAGGINNTANTIGANGopposed to gangs [adj]
AAGGLMOSMAGALOGSmagalog [n]
AAGGNSSTGANGSTASgangsta [n]
AAGGNSTTTAGGANTStaggant [n]
AAGHHIMSMASHGIAHan inspector of kosher establishments [n -GIHIM]
AAGIILNSALIASINGthe appearance of distortions in computer graphics [n -S]
AAGILMMRMAILGRAMa message sent by wire to a post office that delivers it to the addressee -- a trademark [n -S]
AAGILRTTATTAGIRLused to express encouragement or approval [interj]
AAGIMNNNMANGANINan alloy of copper, manganese, and nickel [n -S]
AAGINNSUSAUNAINGsauna [v]
AAGLNQUUAQUALUNGan underwater breathing apparatus -- a trademark [n -S]
AAGMNPRSPANGRAMSpangram [n]
AAHHIRSSSHARIAHSshariah [n]
AAHIMNPSPASHMINAwool obtained from Himalayan goats [n -S]
AAHIRSSSHARISSASharissa [n]
AAHISTWYTHISAWAYthis way [adv]
AAHOPRSTPARASHOTparashah [n]
AAHOPRTUAUTOHARPa type of zither [n -S]
AAILLLSTLATILLASlatilla [n]
AAILLMNSLAMINALSlaminal [n]
AAILLMRTRAMTILLAramtil [n -S]
AAILMNSSNASALISMnasality [n -S]
AAILMQSUMAQUILASmaquila [n]
AAILRTUYAURALITYthe quality of being aural [n -TIES]
AAIMNPSTANTISPAMdesigned to block spam (unsolicited e-mail) [adj]
AAIMOPRSPAROSMIAa distortion of the sense of smell [n -S]
AAINPRSTSPARTINAa salt-marsh grass of coastal regions [n -S]
AAKMOSSUMOUSAKASmousaka [n]
AAKNRSYYSYNKARYAsynkaryon [n]
AAKRSSTUKATSURASkatsura [n]
AALLORSUALLOSAURa large dinosaur [n -S]
AALNNNOSNONNASALnot involving the nose [adj]
AAMMNRSTMANTRAMSmantram [n]
AAMOSTTUAUTOMATSautomat [n]
ABBBELMOBOMBABLEbomb [adj]
ABBBIRTYBABBITRYconventional middle-class attitudes and behavior stressing respectability and material success [n -RIES]
ABBDDEORBEDBOARDa board placed between a mattress and a bedspring [n -S]
ABBDLLOYBABYDOLLshort, sheer pajamas for women [n -S]
ABBDORRURUBBOARDa corrugated rectangular board used as a percussion instrument [n -S]
ABBEELTUBLUEBEATska [n -S]
ABBEIMRUBERIMBAUa Brazilian musical instrument [n -S]
ABBISSTYBABYSITSbabysit [v]
ABBLLOSXBOXBALLSboxball [n]
ABCCEFLUCLUBFACEthe striking surface of a clubhead [n -S]
ABCCSSUUSUCCUBASsuccuba [n]
ABCDEETUABDUCTEEone that has been abducted [n -S]
ABCDEHKOBACKHOEDbackhoe [v]
ABCDEHLUCLUBHEADthe part of a golf club that strikes the ball [n -S]
ABCEEKLYEYEBLACKa dark pigment applied under the eyes [n -S]
ABCEFLNOBACLOFENa muscle relaxant [n -S]
ABCEHLOSCHAEBOLSchaebol [n]
ABCEIKLRCRABLIKEresembling a crab [adj]
ABCEILSTBASILECTthe least prestigious language of an area [n -S]
ABCEKLORROCKABLErock [adj]
ABCEKNOTBOATNECKa wide neckline [n -S]
ABCELOPYCOPYABLEcopy [adj]
ABCENOSUSUBOCEANexisting below the floor of the ocean [adj]
ABCESSTWWEBCASTSwebcast [v]
ABCFIKLPBACKFLIPto perform a backward somersault [v -FLIPPED, -FLIPPING, -FLIPS]
ABCGINSUSCUBAINGscuba [v]
ABCILMSUSUBCLAIMa subordinate claim [n -S]
ABCKNORYCRYOBANKa place for storing human tissue at very low temperatures [n -S]
ABDDEEGGDEBAGGEDdebag [v]
ABDDEERSDEBEARDSdebeard [v]
ABDDEILUAUDIBLEDaudible [v]
ABDDENNUUNBANDEDband [adj]
ABDEEEHRBEHEADERone that beheads [n -S]
ABDEEGHRHERBAGEDherbage [adj]
ABDEEKLSLAKEBEDSlakebed [n]
ABDEEKRRDEBARKERone that removes bark (the outer covering of woody plants) [n -S]
ABDEELORERODABLEerosible [adj]
ABDEELRZBLAZEREDblazer [adj]
ABDEFOSSSOFABEDSsofabed [n]
ABDEFRRYFRYBREADa fried bread [n -S]
ABDEGIPPBAGPIPEDbagpipe [v]
ABDEGNRUUNGARBEDgarb [adj]
ABDEGORTBOGARTEDbogart [v]
ABDEHTTUBUTTHEADa stupid person [n -S]
ABDEILRSDISABLERone that disables [n -S]
ABDEKOOTDATEBOOKa notebook for listing appointments [n -S]
ABDELNRYBENADRYLantihistamine used to treat allergic reactions involving the nasal passages and also to treat motion sickness -- a trademark [n -S]
ABDENSTUUNBASTEDbaste [adj]
ABDEOPRRPREBOARDto board before the regular time [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ABDFRSUWSUBDWARFa small star of relatively low luminosity [n -S]
ABDGILNSBLADINGSblading [n]
ABDIMRSYMAYBIRDSmaybird [n]
ABDINOSTBANDITOSbandito [n]
ABDKORSYSKYBOARDa board with foot bindings that is used for skysurfing [n -S]
ABEEGPSWWEBPAGESwebpage [n]
ABEEIKLTBAKELITEany of various synthetic resins and plastics -- a trademark [n -S]
ABEEIKRTTIEBREAKa contest to select a winner from among contestants with a tied score [n -S]
ABEEILLXEXILABLEexile [adj]
ABEELOTTTOTEABLEtote [adj]
ABEELPTTPETTABLEcapable of being petted [adj]
ABEELRSTRESTABLEstable [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES]
ABEELRSYBELAYERSbelayer [n]
ABEELSTTSEATBELTan arrangement of straps to keep a person steady in a seat [n -S]
ABEELSTWSTEWABLEstew [adj]
ABEENSTWNEWSBEATa news source that a reporter is assigned to cover [n -S]
ABEEORSSBOREASESboreas [n]
ABEEPTTYPETABYTEone quadrillion bytes [n -S]
ABEERRTTBATTERERone that batters [n -S]
ABEERTTYTERABYTEone trillion bytes [n -S]
ABEESTXYEXABYTESexabyte [n]
ABEFGILTGIFTABLEsomething appropriate for a gift [n -S]
ABEFILLLFILLABLEfill [adj]
ABEGGGINABEGGINGbegging [adj]
ABEHILTTHITTABLEcapable of being hit [adj]
ABEHLOTUTABOULEHtabouli [n -S]
ABEIKLLLKILLABLEkill [adj]
ABEILLRRBRAILLERa machine for printing in braille [n -S]
ABEILMSSABLEISMSableism [n]
ABEILMSUBUMELIASbumelia [n]
ABEILORRBORRELIAa coiled spirochete [n -S]
ABEILSSTABLEISTSableist [n]
ABEJLMPUJUMPABLEjump [adj]
ABENNOTUNANOTUBEa microscopic tube [n -S]
ABENORSZZEBRANOSzebrano [n]
ABERSTUWWATERBUSa large motorboat for carrying passengers [n -BUSES or -BUSSES]
ABFGOOSTFOOTBAGSfootbag [n]
ABFHIISTBAITFISHa fish used as bait [n -ES]
ABFHINNOINFOBAHNan electronic communications network [n -S]
ABFILOTTBOATLIFTto transport by boats [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ABFLLOOSFOOSBALLa table game resembling soccer [n -S]
ABFLMORYFORMABLYform [adv]
ABGGGILNBLAGGINGinformal talk in public [n -S]
ABGHINSSBASHINGSbashing [n]
ABGIIKNTBATIKINGbatik [v]
ABGILNNUUNBALINGunbale [v]
ABGILRSTBATGIRLSbatgirl [n]
ABGLLMSUGUMBALLSgumball [n]
ABHLLSTUBULLSHATbullshit [v]
ABIIINRSBIRIANISbiriani [n]
ABIIMNRSBINARISMa mode of thought based on oppositions [n -S]
ABIIMNRSMINIBARSminibar [n]
ABIINRSYBIRYANISbiryani [n]
ABINOOSTBONIATOSboniato [n]
ABINTTTUTITUBANTmarked by wavering [adj]
ABIORRSZBIZARROSbizarro [n]
ABKLORWYWORKABLYworkable [adv]
ABLMMOSUBUMMALOSbummalo [n]
ABLNOOPSPOBLANOSpoblano [n]
ABLNORSTLASTBORNa child born last in a family [n -S]
ABLOORSTTOOLBARStoolbar [n]
ABMOPSSTSPAMBOTSspambot [n]
ABNORSTYBARYTONSbaryton [n]
ACCDEENRCANCEREDcancer [adj]
ACCDIINUUNACIDICacidic [adj]
ACCEHNRSCHANCERSchancer [n]
ACCEIOPRCECROPIAa large North American moth [n -S]
ACCELRTUCLEARCUTto cut a forest completely [v -CUT, -CUTTING, -CUTS]
ACCELWYYCYCLEWAYa bikeway [n -WAYS]
ACCIMOPRMICROCAPof or pertaining to a company whose retained earnings are very small [adj]
ACCMNOSYCACONYMScaconym [n]
ACCMNOYYCACONYMYthe state of having an erroneous name [n -MIES]
ACDDDEISCADDISEDcaddis [adj]
ACDDEHIKDICKHEADan inept, foolish, or contemptible person -- usually considered vulgar [n -S]
ACDDEHRYCHEDDARYcheddar [adj]
ACDDENRUUNCARDEDcard [adj]
ACDDILRWWILDCARDa symbol used in a database search to represent unspecified characters [n -S]
ACDEEHRTRACHETEDrachet [v]
ACDEEIMRCERAMIDEany of various lipids [n -S]
ACDEELNVENCLAVEDenclave [v]
ACDEEORTRECOATEDrecoat [v]
ACDEERRSSCAREDERscared [adj]
ACDEHHTTDETHATCHto remove thatch from [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ACDEHNRUUNARCHEDarch [adj]
ACDEILMSCAMELIDScamelid [n]
ACDEIMNTMEDICANTa healing substance [n -S]
ACDEIMSVMEDIVACSmedivac [v]
ACDEIORVCOVARIEDcovary [v]
ACDELNUWUNCLAWEDclaw [adj]
ACDENNNUUNCANNEDcan [adj]
ACDENORTNOTECARDa card used for sending short messages [n -S]
ACDENRTUUNCARTEDcart [adj]
ACDENRUVUNCARVEDcarve [adj]
ACDHOPTUTOUCHPADa keypad sensitized to finger movement or pressure [n -S]
ACDILMSSCLADISMScladism [n]
ACEEFILRLIFECAREhousing and health services for the elderly [n -S]
ACEEGIKLCAGELIKEresembling a cage (an enclosure) [adj]
ACEEGOSTECOTAGESecotage [n]
ACEEIKMRICEMAKERan appliance that makes ice [n -S]
ACEEIQRUACQUIREEone that is acquired [n -S]
ACEELOPSESCALOPEto escallop [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ACEELOSVVOCALESEa form of jazz singing [n -S]
ACEENSSSCASSENEScassene [n]
ACEEPRRTRECARPETcarpet [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ACEERRRTRETRACERone that retraces [n -S]
ACEERSVZCERVEZAScerveza [n]
ACEFFILTFACELIFTto perform plastic surgery on the face [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ACEFHORSARCHFOESarchfoe [n]
ACEFINRZFRANCIZEto force to adopt French customs and language [v -CIZED, -CIZING, -CIZES]
ACEFRRSSSCARFERSscarfer [n]
ACEFRRSTCRAFTERScrafter [n]
ACEGHLRURUGELACHa cookie of cream-cheese dough spread with a filling and rolled up [n RUGELACH]
ACEGHNPUCHANGEUPa slow pitch thrown like a fastball [n -S]
ACEGILPSPELAGICSpelagic [n]
ACEGKOSTSTOCKAGEthe amount of supplies on hand [n -S]
ACEHIMNTANTHEMICpertaining to an anthem (a song of praise) [adj]
ACEHIMTZMECHITZAa partition separating men and women in a synagogue [n -TZAS or -TZOT]
ACEHIPPSCHAPPIESchappie [n]
ACEHMSTTSCHMATTEa ragged garment [n -S]
ACEHNNOTNANOTECHthe technology of building electronic devices from individual atoms and molecules [n -S]
ACEHNRSWCRENSHAWa variety of honeydew melon [n -S]
ACEIIKNTAKINETICakinesia [adj]
ACEIITTZATTICIZEto use atticisms [v -CIZED, -CIZING, -CIZES]
ACEIKLLMCLAMLIKEresembling a clam [adj]
ACEIKLNRCLANKIERclanky [adj]
ACEIKNSSCAKINESSthe state of being caky [n -ES]
ACEIKQRUQUACKIERquacky [adj]
ACEILNSTCANISTELa tropical tree [n -S]
ACEILOSUEUSOCIALpertaining to an animal society marked by a specialization of tasks [adj]
ACEILSVWWAVICLESwavicle [n]
ACEIMPRRCRAMPIERcrampy [adj]
ACEINORTACTIONERa film with exciting action [n -S]
ACEINRSTTACRINEStacrine [n]
ACEINSSSCASSINEScassine [n]
ACEIOPVWPICOWAVEto irradiate (food) with gamma rays [v -WAVED, -WAVING, -WAVES]
ACEIORSVCOVARIEScovary [v]
ACEIRSSUSAUCIERSsaucier [n]
ACEKNRSSSNACKERSsnacker [n]
ACEKOPRVOVERPACKto pack to excess [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ACELMNOUCOLUMNEAa bushy tropical plant [n -S]
ACELNOSSSECONALSseconal [n]
ACELOOSUACOELOUSlacking a true body cavity [adj]
ACELOPRSPARCLOSEa screen dividing areas in a church [n -S]
ACELOPTUOUTPLACEto discontinue the employment of [v -PLACED, -PLACING, -PLACES]
ACEMMRSSSCAMMERSscammer [n]
ACEMRSSTSCAMSTERone that scams [n -S]
ACENORRYCRAYONERone that crayons [n -S]
ACENOSSTCONTESSAan Italian countess [n -S]
ACEOPSTUSAUCEPOTa deep cooking pot with two handles [n -S]
ACERRSUVVERRUCASverruca [n]
ACFIISSTFASCITISinflammation of a connective tissue [n -TISES]
ACFILOTUCLAFOUTIa dessert consisting of a layer of fruit topped with batter and baked [n -S]
ACFIMORSFORMICASformica [n]
ACGHIKNSSHACKINGshack [v]
ACGHINSWCHINWAGSchinwag [v]
ACGIILNULINGUICAa spicy Portuguese sausage [n -S]
ACGIKLNSCALKINGScalking [n]
ACGILNRUCINGULARcingulum [adj]
ACGINOSTCOTINGAScotinga [n]
ACHHPPSUCHUPPAHSchuppah [n]
ACHIINSTCHIANTISchianti [n]
ACHIMMOSMACHOISMmachismo [n -S]
ACHINRSUUNCHAIRSunchair [v]
ACHMOORTCHATROOMa real-time online discussion group [n -S]
ACHNOSUYCHANOYUSchanoyu [n]
ACIIMMNSMINICAMSminicam [n]
ACIIRSSTTRIASSICof or pertaining to a certain geologic time period [adj]
ACIJRSSUJURASSICof or pertaining to a certain geologic time period [adj]
ACIJSUZZJACUZZISjacuzzi [n]
ACIKLMOTMOCKTAILa cocktail with no alcohol [n -S]
ACILNNOSCANNOLIScannoli [n]
ACILNTTYINTACTLYintact [adv]
ACILORYZZIRCALOYa zirconium alloy [n -S]
ACINORSTCORTINAScortina [n]
ACIOSSTYISOSTACYisostasy [n -CIES]
ACISSTTUCATSUITScatsuit [n]
ACKNRSTUUNTRACKSuntrack [v]
ACKOSSTWTOWSACKStowsack [n]
ACLLMOSUMOLLUSCAmolluscum [n]
ACLLOSTUOUTCALLSoutcall [n]
ACLLOSTYCOSTALLYcosta [adv]
ACLNNOOSNONCOLASa beverage that is not a cola [n -S]
ACLNOSSSCLASSONSclasson [n]
ACLNSSUYUNCLASSYclassy [adj]
ACLOORWYCOLORWAYan arrangement of colors [n -WAYS]
ACMOPSTUCAMPOUTScampout [n]
ACNOSSTWSNOWCATSsnowcat [n]
ACOOPRSTROOTCAPSrootcap [n]
ADDDENPUUNPADDEDpad [adj]
ADDEEEJYDEEJAYEDdeejay [v]
ADDEEELNLEADENEDleaden [v]
ADDEEFRYFEEDYARDa feedlot [n -S]
ADDEEHNSHEADENDSheadend [n]
ADDEELNRRELANDEDreland [v]
ADDEIINZDAIDZEINa chemical found chiefly in soybeans [n -S]
ADDEINRSSARDINEDsardine [v]
ADDELNOOONLOADEDonload [v]
ADDGGORUGUARDDOGa dog trained to guard persons or property [n -S]
ADDHLOOSLADHOODSladhood [n]
ADDIIPSSDIAPSIDSdiapsid [n]
ADEEEHRXEXHEDRAEexhedra [n]
ADEEFLNSENDLEAFSendleaf [n]
ADEEGGWWGEWGAWEDgewgaw [adj]
ADEEGLNTDANEGELTdanegeld [n -S]
ADEEGNRRDERANGERone that deranges [n -S]
ADEEGNRUUNAGREEDagree [adj]
ADEEGRRTGARRETEDgarret [adj]
ADEEHKPRPHREAKEDphreak [v]
ADEEHMSSEMDASHESemdash [n]
ADEEHNSSENDASHESendash [n]
ADEEHPRTPREDEATHthe period preceding a personís death [n -S]
ADEEIJKLJADELIKEresembling jade (a green gemstone) [adj]
ADEEILPTEPILATEDepilate [v]
ADEEIMRZMADERIZEto turn brown -- used of white wine [v -IZED, -IZING, -IZES]
ADEEIMTTADMITTEEone that is admitted [n -S]
ADEEIRTWWAITEREDwaiter [v]
ADEEISTUAUDITEESauditee [n]
ADEELLPRPEDALLERpedaler [n -S]
ADEELLPRPREDELLAthe base of an altarpiece [n -S]
ADEELLPTPALLETEDpallet [v]
ADEELLVYVALLEYEDvalley [adj]
ADEELNPSSPALDEENa small hollow rubber ball [n -S]
ADEELPRSPEDALERSpedaler [n]
ADEEMNOSDAEMONESdaemon [n]
ADEEMNSTSTAMENEDstamen [adj]
ADEENPTTPATTENEDpatten [adj]
ADEEPPRVPREPAVEDprepave [v]
ADEFHLSUHEADFULSheadful [n]
ADEFLNUWUNFLAWEDflaw [adj]
ADEFOSTUFADEOUTSfadeout [n]
ADEFPRRTPREDRAFTpreceding a draft (a system for selecting players for professional teams) [adj]
ADEGHIRRHAGRIDERone that hagrides [n -S]
ADEGIIRTDIGERATIpersons skilled in the use of computers [n]
ADEGILNRDANGLIERdangly [adj]
ADEGIMPSMEDIGAPSmedigap [n]
ADEGIOSTGODETIASgodetia [n]
ADEGMORSORGASMEDorgasm [v]
ADEGOTUZOUTGAZEDoutgaze [v]
ADEHINSSDANISHESdanish [n]
ADEHLOORHORDEOLAhordeolum [n]
ADEIINNSSANIDINEa glassy variety of feldspar [n -S]
ADEILMNUUNMAILEDmail [adj]
ADEILOSZSLEAZOIDa person of low morals or character [n -S]
ADEILPRSLIPREADSlipread [v]
ADEILPSSDESPISALintense dislike [n -S]
ADEIMNOSDOMAINESdomaine [n]
ADEIMNOUEUDAIMONeudemon [n -S]
ADEIMRSSSIDEARMSsidearm [n]
ADEINNOVDEVONIANof or pertaining to a certain geologic time period [adj]
ADEIOPRRPRERADIOpreceding the development of radio [adj]
ADEIPRSWRIPSAWEDripsaw [v]
ADEJMMNUUNJAMMEDunjam [v]
ADEKLPTUUPTALKEDuptalk [v]
ADELLMRUMURALLEDmural [adj]
ADELNPSYENDPLAYSendplay [v]
ADELNSSSSANDLESSlacking sand (a loose, granular rock material) [adj]
ADELOPRSPRELOADSpreload [v]
ADELOSTUOUTLEADSoutlead [v]
ADELRSSWWARDLESShaving no ward (part of a lock casing) [adj]
ADEMOPSUMOUSEPADa flat pad on which a computer mouse is used [n -S]
ADEMOSSYSAMOYEDSsamoyed [n]
ADEOOPRWPEARWOODthe wood of the pear tree [n -S]
ADEOPRRTPROTRADEfavoring international trade [adj]
ADFINORZFORZANDIforzando [n]
ADFLMPSUMUDFLAPSmudflap [n]
ADGIINNTNIDATINGnidate [v]
ADGIINSUIGUANIDSiguanid [n]
ADGIORSTGORDITASgordita [n]
ADGOPRSTPOSTGRADa student continuing formal education after graduation [n -S]
ADHIKOPSHAPKIDOShapkido [n]
ADHILLRYHYDRILLAan aquatic Asian plant [n -S]
ADHILOSTSHITLOADa large amount -- usually considered vulgar [n -S]
ADIINNOTNIDATIONthe act of nidating [n -S]
ADILMTUYMULTIDAYlasting or usable for many days [adj]
ADILOOSVOVOIDALSovoidal [n]
ADIMNSSYSYSADMINa system administrator [n -S]
ADLMORSUMODULARSmodular [n]
ADMOOPPPPOPPADOMpapadum [n -S]
ADMOPPPUPOPPADUMpapadum [n -S]
ADNOORSTTANDOORStandoor [n]
ADNPSSTUSTANDUPSstandup [n]
ADSSTUWYSAWDUSTYsawdust [adj]
AEEEFRRWFREEWAREsoftware distributed without charge [n -S]
AEEFFLLSFELAFELSfelafel [n]
AEEFILMNFILENAMEthe name of a computer file [n -S]
AEEGHMOPHOMEPAGEthe main page of a website [n -S]
AEEGKNNRGENNAKERa spinnaker sail [n -S]
AEEGLMPXMEGAPLEXa large building having many movie theaters [n -ES]
AEEGLSTTGALETTESgalette [n]
AEEGMPRSPREGAMESpregame [n]
AEEGPSSTSEPTAGESseptage [n]
AEEHKPRRPHREAKERone that phreaks [n -S]
AEEHLPRTPLEATHERa plastic fabric made to look like leather [n -S]
AEEHNRTWWATERHENthe American coot [n -S]
AEEHORSSSEAHORSEa fish of the pipefish family [n -S]
AEEHRRTWWREATHERone that wreathes [n -S]
AEEHRTXZEXAHERTZone quintillion hertz [n EXAHERTZ]
AEEIKMNTKETAMINEa general anesthetic [n -S]
AEEILNSVVASELINEpetroleum jelly -- a trademark [n -S]
AEEILPSTEPILATESepilate [v]
AEEIMRSTEMERITASemerita [n]
AEEIPTVXEXAPTIVEpertaining to an exapted function [adj]
AEEJRTTWWATERJETa stream of water forced through a small opening [n -S]
AEEKOOPPPEEKAPOOa dog that is a cross between a Pekingese and a poodle [n -POOS]
AEEKPRTTPARKETTEa small public park [n -S]
AEEKPRTUREUPTAKEthe reabsorption of a chemical into the cell that released it [n -S]
AEELNPSSPANELESSlacking panes [adj]
AEELOSTVLOVESEATa small sofa for two persons [n -S]
AEELPRRTPREALTERto alter beforehand [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AEELPRSSPRESALESpresale [n]
AEELPRUVPREVALUEto value beforehand [v -UED, -UING, -UES]
AEEMNRSUUSERNAMEan identifying sequence of characters used for logging onto a computer system [n -S]
AEENPPRTPETNAPERone who steals a pet [n -S]
AEENRTTXEXTRANETan intranet that permits limited access by outsiders [n -S]
AEENRVWWNEWWAVERa member of a new-wave movement [n -S]
AEEPPPRUPREPUPAEprepupa [n]
AEEPPRRUPUERPERAa woman who has recently given birth to a child [n -PERAE]
AEEPPRSVPREPAVESprepave [v]
AEERRSTVAVERTERSaverter [n]
AEERSTWWWETWARESwetware [n]
AEFFHIKYKEFFIYAHkaffiyeh [n -S]
AEFFILRWWAFFLIERwaffly [adj]
AEFGGISTFAGGIESTfaggy [adj]
AEFGIORRFAIRGOERone who attends a fair [n -S]
AEFGLMOPMEGAFLOPa measure of computing speed [n -S]
AEFGLPSUPAGEFULSpageful [n]
AEFHILPPHALFPIPEa U-shaped course used for skateboarding [n -S]
AEFHMORTFATHOMERone that fathoms [n -S]
AEFIIMNZFEMINAZIa woman who has an irrational and extreme hatred of men -- a derogatory term [n -S]
AEFILLNTFLATLINEto register as having no brain waves or heartbeat [v -LINED, -LINING, -LINES]
AEFILLRWFIREWALLa computer component that prevents unauthorized access to data [n -S]
AEFILNPSLIFESPANa lifetime [n -S]
AEFILSSTSEALIFTSsealift [v]
AEFKLRSTFARTLEKSfartlek [n]
AEFLNNTYFENTANYLa narcotic opioid [n -S]
AEFLNOPRFLAPERONan airfoil that functions as a flap and an aileron [n -S]
AEFLNRRUFRENULARfrenulum [adj]
AEFLOPRTTERAFLOPa measure of computing speed [n -S]
AEFLPRSUFLAREUPSflareup [n]
AEGGILOTTALEGGIOa soft creamy cheese [n -GIOS]
AEGGILRWWAGGLIERwaggly [adj]
AEGGMNORGENOGRAMa diagram of the history of behavior patterns of a family [n -S]
AEGHLSTWTHALWEGSthalweg [n]
AEGHMORTETHOGRAMa list of the behavior patterns of a species [n -S]
AEGIILMNEMAILINGemail [v]
AEGILLMSMEGILLASmegilla [n]
AEGILLNSNIGELLASnigella [n]
AEGILLNULINGULAElingula [n]
AEGILNSTTAGLINEStagline [n]
AEGKMRSYKERYGMASkerygma [n]
AEGLMOTUOUTGLEAMto surpass in gleaming [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AEGMORRWWORMGEARa gear wheel driven by a worm (a rotating shaft with threads) [n -S]
AEGNRSSTSTRANGESstrange [n]
AEGOSTUZOUTGAZESoutgaze [v]
AEGPRSTUUPSTAGERone that upstages [n -S]
AEGRRSSUSUGARERSsugarer [n]
AEHIKLMSSHEKALIMshekel [n]
AEHIMNSSSHAMISENsamisen [n -S]
AEHINRRUUNHAIRERone that unhairs [n -S]
AEHINRSTTHERIANStherian [n]
AEHLSSSSSASHLESSlacking a sash (a long band worn around the waist) [adj]
AEHPSTTTPHATTESTphat [adj]
AEHRRSSTTRASHERStrasher [n]
AEHRSTVZSHVARTZEa black person -- a derogatory term [n -S]
AEIILMNSMILESIANpertaining to the native people of Ireland [adj]
AEIILPRTREPTILIAreptilium [n]
AEIILRSTLISTERIAa rod-shaped bacterium [n -S]
AEIIMNNTANTIMINEeffective against mines [adj]
AEIKKNRSSKANKIERskanky [adj]
AEIKNNSTNEATNIKSneatnik [n]
AEIKNPSTSNAKEPITa psychiatric hospital [n -S]
AEIKRSTWWATERSKIa ski for skiing on water [n -S]
AEILLQSULALIQUESlalique [n]
AEILLSSSSAILLESSlacking a sail [adj]
AEILLSSTTALLISEStallis [n]
AEILMOSVSEMIOVALsomewhat oval [adj]
AEILOPRTEPILATORan agent for removing hair [n -S]
AEILRTTYALTERITYthe state of being other or different [n -TIES]
AEIMMNOSSEMINOMAa malignant tumor of the testis [n -MAS or -MATA]
AEIMNNOTANTINOMEone that is opposite to another [n -S]
AEIMNOSTMASONITEfiberboard made from steam-exploded wood fiber -- a trademark [n -S]
AEIMNRTTINTERMATto mat fibers together [v -MATTED, -MATTING, -MATS]
AEIMPRRTTRAMPIERtrampy [adj]
AEIMPSTVVAMPIESTvampy [adj]
AEINNRSTTRANNIEStranny [n]
AEINNRTTINTRANETa computer network with restricted access [n -S]
AEINORTTTENTORIAtentorium [n]
AEINPSSTSAPIENTSsapient [n]
AEINPSSWWINESAPSwinesap [n]
AEIOOPTTPATOOTIEthe buttocks [n -S]
AEIPRRRSPARRIERSparrier [n]
AEIPSSSVPAVISSESpavisse [n]
AEIPSZZZPIZZAZESpizzaz [n]
AEIQRRTUQUARTIERa district in a French city [n -S]
AEIRSTTTATTRITESattrite [v]
AEIRSTTTTARTIESTtarty [adj]
AEJLORTVTOLARJEVtolar [n]
AEJLOSUZAZULEJOSazulejo [n]
AEKKKMRUKRUMKAKEa large thin cookie [n -S]
AEKKNRSSSKANKERSskanker [n]
AEKLNRSSRANKLESShaving no ranks [adj]
AEKLNSSTTANKLESShaving no tank [adj]
AEKLPPSTPEPTALKSpeptalk [v]
AEKLPRSTSPARKLETa small spark [n -S]
AEKSSSTTTSATSKEStsatske [n]
AELLMORSSLALOMERone that slaloms [n -S]
AELLNOOTATENOLOLa drug to treat hypertension [n -S]
AELLRTVYTREVALLYan Australian food fish [n -LIES]
AELMORTZMETRAZOLa powder used as a stimulant [n -S]
AELMOSTUSOULMATEa person with whom one is perfectly suited [n -S]
AELMOTVZMAZELTOVused to express congratulations [interj]
AELNOPTWTOWPLANEan airplane that tows gliders [n -S]
AELNPSSUSPANSULEa time-release capsule of a drug -- a trademark [n -S]
AELNRRUUNEURULARneurula [adj]
AELORRSTREALTORSrealtor [n]
AELORSSTOLESTRASolestra [n]
AELORSTTRETOTALSretotal [v]
AELPPPRYPREAPPLYto apply beforehand [v -PLIED, -PLYING, -PLIES]
AELPSSTZSPATZLESspatzle [n]
AEMMPRSSSPAMMERSspammer [n]
AEMNOOSZMESOZOANany of a phylum of wormlike organisms [n -S]
AEMOOSTTOSTOMATEone who has had an ostomy [n -S]
AEMORRSVOVERARMSoverarm [v]
AEMRRSTUMATURERSone that brings something to maturity [n -S]
AENNOPRXNAPROXENan anti-inflammatory drug [n -S]
AENOPSTUAUTOPENSautopen [n]
AENORSSTSANTEROSsantero [n]
AENORTTVTEVATRONa particle accelerator [n -S]
AENRSSSTSARSNETSsarsnet [n]
AEORRSSVSEROVARSserovar [n]
AEORSSSTOSSETRASossetra [n]
AEORSSTUOSSATUREa framework [n -S]
AEORSTTUSEATROUTa marine fish [n -S]
AEPPPRSUPREPUPASprepupa [n]
AFGGILOPGIGAFLOPa measure of computing speed [n -S]
AFGINNRSSNARFINGsnarf [v]
AFGIPRTWGIFTWRAPto wrap with decorative paper [v -WRAPPED, -WRAPPING, -WRAPS]
AFHOORSTHAFTOROShaftorah [n]
AFIILNSTTAILFINStailfin [n]
AFILNOSUFUSIONALfusion [adj]
AFILOORTFAROLITOa candle in a paper bag weighted with sand [n -TOS]
AFILRSSUFISSURALpertaining to a long narrow opening [adj]
AFIMOOSSMAFIOSOSmafioso [n]
AFIMRSUUFUSARIUMa disease-causing fungus [n -SARIA]
AFLLMPSUPALMFULSpalmful [n]
AFLOOTTUOUTFLOATto float longer than [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AFMNNORTFRONTMANthe most prominent member of a group of musicians [n FRONTMEN]
AFMOOPRRPROFORMAprovided in advance of shipment and showing description and quantity [adj]
AGGGIYZZZIGZAGGYmarked by sharp turns [adj]
AGGINNUZUNGAZINGgaze [adj]
AGGNUWZZZUGZWANGa situation in chess that forces a disadvantageous move [n -S]
AGHILOSTGOLIATHSgoliath [n]
AGHIMNPRPHARMINGthe production of pharmaceuticals from genetically altered plants or animals [n -S]
AGIILNSULINGUISAlinguica [n -S]
AGIKKNNSSKANKINGskank [v]
AGILLMNSMALLINGSmalling [n]
AGILLNRULINGULARlingula [adj]
AGIMMNPSSPAMMINGspam [v]
AGIMNPSSSPASMINGspasm [v]
AGINPRSSRASPINGSrasping [n]
AGIORSSTORGIASTSorgiast [n]
AGIOSUUYOUGUIYASouguiya [n]
AGMNSSTYSYNTAGMSsyntagm [n]
AGNNOOPTPOONTANGsexual intercourse with a woman -- usually considered vulgar [n -S]
AHILLSTTTALLITHStallith [n]
AHIMSSSUHASSIUMShassium [n]
AHINNNSYNANNYISHnanny [adj]
AHINRSVYHRYVNIAShryvnia [n]
AHIORSSTAIRSHOTSairshot [n]
AHIORSSWAIRSHOWSairshow [n]
AIIKNNSTTANKINIStankini [n]
AIILMNNSLAMININSlaminin [n]
AIILNRSUSILURIANof or pertaining to a certain geologic time period [adj]
AIILSTTWWAITLISTto put on a list of persons waiting [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AIINOSTTOSTINATIostinato [n]
AIKKOPSYKOPIYKASkopiyka [n]
AIKLNRSYSNARKILYsnarky [adv]
AILLMOSTMISALLOTto allot wrongly [v -LOTTED, -LOTTING, -LOTS]
AILMMOORMAILROOMa room for processing mail [n -S]
AILNNOTVNONVITALnot vital [adj]
AILNOOPTNOPALITOthe stem of the nopal used as food [n -TOS]
AIMMNOSWWOMANISMa belief in or respect for women [n -S]
AIMMPSSTMISSTAMPto stamp wrongly [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AIMNOSTWWOMANISTa supporter of womanism [n -S]
AIMNRSTTTANTRISMa school of Buddhism incorporating Hindu and pagan elements [n -S]
AIMRSTTUSTRIATUMa mass of nervous tissue within the brain [n -TA]
AINOPTWYWAYPOINTa point between major points on a route [n -S]
AINORRTUURINATORone that urinates [n -S]
AINORSTWWAITRONSwaitron [n]
AINPRSTTTRIPTANStriptan [n]
AIOPSSTTPASTITSOa Greek dish of ground meat, pasta, white sauce, and cheese [n -TSOS]
AIORSTTUTOURISTAturista [n -S]
AIPYZZZZPIZZAZZYpizazzy [adj]
AKNOORSTOSTRAKONostracon [n -KA]
ALLNNOOYNONLOYALnot loyal [adj]
ALLORSSTALLSORTSassorted small candies [n]
ALMOPPSTPALMTOPSpalmtop [n]
ALNRTTUYTRUANTLYin a manner of one who shirks duty [adv]
ALOPRSTYPASTORLYbefitting a pastor (a spiritual overseer) [adj]
AMNOSTUYAUTONYMSautonym [n]
ANOORSSTSANTOORSsantoor [n]
BBBDENOUUNBOBBEDbob [adj]
BBBEGILNBLEBBINGthe forming of a blister [n -S]
BBBOOSXYBOBBYSOXgirlsí socks that reach above the ankle [n]
BBCILRSYSCRIBBLYconsisting of scribbles (careless writings) [adj]
BBDEINRUUNRIBBEDrib [adj]
BBDIOORSBOOBIRDSboobird [n]
BBEEIMTTBIMBETTEan attractive but empty-headed young woman [n -S]
BBELMOSTBOMBLETSbomblet [n]
BBEPRSUWBREWPUBSbrewpub [n]
BBILRSTUBLURBISTone that blurbs [n -S]
BBIMMOSSMOBBISMSmobbism [n]
BCDEOOWYCOWBOYEDcowboy [v]
BCDIMOORCOMORBIDexisting simultaneously with another medical condition [adj]
BCDIMORSSCOMBRIDs a fish of the mackerel family [n pl. -]
BCEERSXYCYBERSEXan online sex-oriented conversation [n -ES]
BCEHNOPTBENCHTOPsuitable for use on a workbench [adj]
BCEHNRRUBRUNCHERone that brunches [n -S]
BCFSSSUUSUBFUSCSsubfusc [n]
BCGIIKSTBIGSTICKthreatening military force [adj]
BCHLNOUXLUNCHBOXa container for carrying meals to school or work [n -ES]
BCIINORTBORNITICbornite [adj]
BCIIOSTTBISCOTTIbiscotto [n]
BCIISTUYBISCUITYbiscuit [adj]
BCIOOSTTBISCOTTOa crisp, anise-flavored cookie [n -COTTI]
BCSTUUZZBUZZCUTSbuzzcut [n]
BDDEEFIRBIRDFEEDbirdseed [n -S]
BDDEIOWYWIDEBODYa jet aircraft having a wide fuselage [n -BODIES]
BDDENNOUUNBONDEDbond [adj]
BDDGIORSBIRDDOGSbirddog [v]
BDEEEIRWDWEEBIERdweeby [adj]
BDEEHISWDWEEBISHdweeb [adj]
BDEEINSTBENDIESTbendy [adj]
BDEFIILRBIRDLIFEavifauna [n BIRDLIFE]
BDEHLSUVBUSHVELDa veld with shrubby vegetation [n -S]
BDEIILNYINEDIBLYinedible [adv]
BDEILLNWWINDBELLa light bell that can be sounded by the wind [n -S]
BDEILNNOBLONDINEto bleach hair blond [v -INED, -INING, -INES]
BDEILNOUUNBOILEDboil [adj]
BDEILPRUPREBUILDto build beforehand [v -BUILT, -BUILDING, -BUILDS]
BDEKLLUYBULLDYKEan aggressively masculine lesbian -- a derogatory term [n -S]
BDELNOSSBONDLESShaving no bond [adj]
BDENOOTUUNBOOTEDboot [adj]
BDGGILNUBLUDGINGbludge [v]
BDGILNTUBLINDGUTa cecum [n -S]
BDIILOOSBIOSOLIDsolid organic matter obtained from treated sewage [n -S]
BDIMNSUUDUBNIUMSdubnium [n]
BDNOOPTUPOTBOUNDhaving grown too large for its container [adj]
BDNOOSWWDOWNBOWSdownbow [n]
BEEELPRSBLEEPERSbleeper [n]
BEEFIRSSFRISBEESfrisbee [n]
BEEGMNOSGOMBEENSgombeen [n]
BEEHMORWHOMEBREWan alcoholic beverage made at home [n -S]
BEEILLSVBILEVELSbilevel [n]
BEEIMORTBIOMETERa device for measuring carbon dioxide given off by living matter [n -S]
BEEINRSZZEBRINESzebrine [n]
BEEISSTWWEBSITESwebsite [n]
BEENOSTYBONEYESTboney [adj]
BEEORSTWBESTOWERone that bestows [n -S]
BEEPPRSUPREPUBESprepubis [n]
BEEPRRSVPREVERBSpreverb [n]
BEFILOSUBIOFUELSbiofuel [n]
BEFIRSSTFIBSTERSfibster [n]
BEGGLORSBLOGGERSblogger [n]
BEGHIOSTGOBSHITEa contemptible person [n -S]
BEGILLNSBELLINGSbelling [n]
BEGLOTUUOUTBULGEto surpass in size [v -BULGED, -BULGING, -BULGES]
BEGPRSUUSUPERBUGa strain of bacteria that is resistant to all antibiotics [n -S]
BEHIMOSYYOHIMBESyohimbe [n]
BEHIPRRTPREBIRTHthe period preceding a childís birth [n -S]
BEHNNOSTBENTHONSbenthon [n]
BEIINOSTNIOBITESniobite [n]
BEIISSTTBITSIESTbitsy [adj]
BEIKLLOTBOLTLIKEresembling a bolt [adj]
BEIKRSSWBREWSKISbrewski [n]
BEILOORVBOILOVERan overflowing while boiling [n -S]
BEILPRTUPREBUILTprebuild [v]
BEILRSTZBLITZERSblitzer [n]
BEIMORYZRIBOZYMEa molecule of RNA that functions as an enzyme [n -S]
BEIPPRSUPREPUBISa bone situated in front of the pubic bone [n -PUBES]
BELLMRUYLUMBERLYmoving slowly with a heavy gait [adj]
BELLOSSTBOLTLESShaving no bolt [adj]
BELNNNOONONNOBLEnot noble [adj]
BELNOOSSBOONLESShaving no boon [adj]
BELNOTTUUNBOTTLEto release from or as if from a bottle [v -TLED, -TLING, -TLES]
BELRSSTUBUSTLERSbustler [n]
BEMORTUWTUBEWORMa marine worm that builds and lives in a tube [n -S]
BFIILMOSBIOFILMSbiofilm [n]
BFIKLOOPFLIPBOOKa book of a series of images that when flipped give the illusion of movement [n -S]
BGGGILNOBLOGGINGthe act or practice of maintaining a blog [n -S]
BGHLRSUUBULGHURSbulghur [n]
BGIIKNNOBOINKINGboink [v]
BGILRSSUBUSGIRLSbusgirl [n]
BGINNOUWUNBOWINGbow [adj]
BHIMOOPRBIOMORPHan art form resembling a living organism in shape [n -S]
BHIMORSUBOHRIUMSbohrium [n]
BIILMSTUSUBLIMITa limit within a limit [n -S]
BILOSTUYISOBUTYLa hydrocarbon radical [n -S]
BIMNNUUUUNUNBIUMa synthetic element [n -S]
BINORSSUBOURSINSboursin [n]
BIRSSUUVSUBVIRUSa viral protein smaller than a virus [n -ES]
CCDEHOOSSCOOCHEDscooch [v]
CCDEIISTDEICTICSdeictic [n]
CCEEIISTCECITIEScecity [n]
CCEFINOTCOINFECTto infect with two organisms [v -ED, -ING, -S]
CCEHHIIRCHICHIERchichi [adj]
CCEHKMSUCHECKSUMa sum derived from bits of computer data [n -S]
CCEHLSSUSCULCHESsculch [n]
CCEHOOSSSCOOCHESscooch [v]
CCEINOOZCENOZOICof or pertaining to a certain geologic time period [adj]
CCEINOPTCONCEPTIconceptus [n]
CCEIOTXYEXOCYTICpertaining to cellular excretion [adj]
CCELOPSYCYCLOPEScyclops [n]
CCERSTUWCREWCUTScrewcut [n]
CCHKMNUUNUMCHUCKnunchaku [n -S]
CCHNRSUYSCRUNCHYan elastic band for fastening the hair [n SCRUNCHIES]
CCKOOPRTCROCKPOTan electric cooking pot -- a trademark [n -S]
CCLMOOPUCOCOPLUMan evergreen shrub [n -S]
CCNOORSUCONCOURSa public competition [n CONCOURS]
CDDEEEFNDEFENCEDdefence [v]
CDDEEIIMMEDICIDEa medically assisted suicide [n -S]
CDEEFORRDEFORCERone that deforces [n -S]
CDEEINNTINCENTEDincent [v]
CDEELORVCLOVEREDclover [adj]
CDEEMSTUTUMESCEDtumesce [v]
CDEENNORRECONNEDrecon [v]
CDEENRUWUNCREWEDcrew [adj]
CDEGIILPDIPLEGICdiplegia [adj]
CDEHIILSCEILIDHSceilidh [n]
CDEHNOOPPONCHOEDponcho [adj]
CDEIKMSUMUSICKEDmusick [v]
CDEILMNODOLMENICdolmen [adj]
CDELOOTTDOLCETTOa red wine of Italy [n -TOS]
CDHIRSTYCHYTRIDSchytrid [n]
CDIIIMNSMINIDISCa miniature compact disc [n -S]
CDIIOPRTDIPROTIChaving two hydrogen ions to donate to bases [adj]
CDLNOUUYUNCLOUDYcloudy [adj]
CDLOORTYDOCTORLYdoctor [adj]
CDOORTUWOUTCROWDto cause to be too crowded [v -ED, -ING, -S]
CEEEHRSWESCHEWERone that avoids something [n -S]
CEEELRSTRESELECTselect [v -ED, -ING, -S]
CEEEMNRTRECEMENTcement [v -ED, -ING, -S]
CEEEPRTXEXPECTERone that expects [n -S]
CEEFNORRRECONFERconfer [v -FERRED, -FERRING, -FERS]
CEEFNOTUOUTFENCEto surpass in fencing [v -FENCED, -FENCING, -FENCES]
CEEHHIRSCHESHIREa hard English cheese [n -S]
CEEHIPRRCIPHERERone that ciphers [n -S]
CEEHKLPRKREPLECHkreplach [n KREPLECH]
CEEHKRTVKVETCHERone that kvetches [n -S]
CEEHLNOOHOLOCENEof or pertaining to a certain geologic time period [adj]
CEEHNRRWWRENCHERone that wrenches [n -S]
CEEHOPRSPRECHOSEprechoose [v]
CEEHRSTVCHEVRETSchevret [n]
CEEIKKLOCOKELIKEresembling coke (a carbon fuel) [adj]
CEEILNOPPLIOCENEof or pertaining to a certain geologic time period [adj]
CEEILPRSECLIPSERone that eclipses [n -S]
CEEIMMSTMEMETICSthe study of memes and their effects [n]
CEEINRSTENTERICSa family of bacteria [n]
CEELMOSTTELECOMStelecom [n]
CEEMSSTUTUMESCEStumesce [v]
CEENNORSONSCREENshown on a movie, television, or display screen [adj]
CEENORRSRECENSORcensor [v -ED, -ING, -S]
CEFFRSSUSCUFFERSscuffer [n]
CEFLOPTYCOPYLEFTa license that allows use of copyrighted software free [n -S]
CEFOORSTSOFTCOREless than explicit in depicting sex acts [adj]
CEGIMNOSGENOMICSthe study of genomes [n]
CEGINNSYSYNGENICrelating to or being genetically identical individuals with respect to reaction to antigens [adj]
CEGKLNNOLONGNECKa beer bottle with a long neck [n -S]
CEHHINPYHYPHENIChyphen [adj]
CEHHIOOSHOOCHIEShoochie [n]
CEHILOPTCHIPOTLEa smoked and dried jalapeno pepper [n -S]
CEHILSTYCHESTILYchesty [adv]
CEHIMORRCHROMIERchromy [adj]
CEHIMOSSMISCHOSEmischoose [v]
CEHLNNSUCHUNNELSchunnel [n]
CEHMOORSSMOOCHERone that smooches [n -S]
CEHNORSTCHORTENSchorten [n]
CEHNOSSZSCHNOZESschnoz [n]
CEIIKSSTSTICKIESsticky [n]
CEIIMNRSCREMINIScremini [n]
CEIINNOTCOTININEan alkaloid produced by nicotine in the body [n -S]
CEIKLNSSSLICKENSslicken [v]
CEIKLSSWWICKLESShaving no wick [adj]
CEIKSSTUSUCKIESTsucky [adj]
CEILOPPSPOPSICLEflavored and colored water frozen on a stick -- a trademark [n -S]
CEILOPRSPOLICERSpolicer [n]
CEIMNOOTEMOTICONa group of keyboard characters used to suggest a facial expression or an emotion [n -S]
CEIMOOSZMESOZOICof or pertaining to a certain geologic time period [adj]
CEIORRTWCOWRITERone that cowrites [n -S]
CEKLOSSTLOCKSETSlockset [n]
CEKOORSTCROOKESTcrook [adj]
CELMNSSUMESCLUNSmesclun [n]
CELMSSSUSCUMLESShaving no scum [adj]
CELOPSSUCLOSEUPScloseup [n]
CEMMNORUCOMMUNERone that communes [n -S]
CEMNOOPTCONTEMPOcontemporary [adj]
CENOOPSSPOCOSENSpocosen [n]
CENOORSVCONVERSOa Jew who converted to Christianity [n -SOS]
CEOORSTUECOTOURSecotour [n]
CEOPRSSUCORPUSEScorpus [n]
CFFFKOSUFUCKOFFSfuckoff [n]
CFFKOOOSCOOKOFFScookoff [n]
CGGILLOYCLOGGILYcloggy [adv]
CGIINOSVVOICINGSvoicing [n]
CGILOPRYCOPYGIRLa girl who runs errands in a newspaper office [n -S]
CGINOSSTGNOSTICSgnostic [n]
CHLMPSUYSCHLUMPYunattractive, slovenly [adj SCHLUMPIER, SCHLUMPIEST]
CHMOOSYZSCHMOOZYgiven to schmoozing [adj SCHMOOZIER, SCHMOOZIEST]
CIIIMNRSCRIMINIScrimini [n]
CIINNORUUNIRONICironic [adj]
CIINOPRSPORCINISporcini [n]
CIINORSTCROSTINIcrostino [n]
CIKLOOOSOLICOOKSolicook [n]
CILMMSUYSCUMMILYscummy [adv]
CILNNORYNONLYRICnot lyrical [adj]
CILNORSYLYRICONSlyricon [n]
CINNNOOTNONTONICnot based on the first tone of a scale [adj]
CINOORSTCROSTINOa small piece of toast topped with a spread [n -NI]
CINORTUXCOTURNIXa small quail [n -ES]
CJNNOOTUCONJUNTOa style of dance music along the Mexican border [n -TOS]
CKORSTUWSCUTWORKtedious or menial work [n -S]
CNOOOPSSPOCOSONSpocoson [n]
DDDEEERTTEDDEREDtedder [v]
DDEEEFLUDEFUELEDdefuel [v]
DDEEEGNRDEGENDERto remove references to a personís gender [v -ED, -ING, -S]
DDEEGLNUUNGELDEDgeld [adj]
DDEEIPRRPREDRIEDpredry [v]
DDEEMORRDORMEREDdormer [adj]
DDEENNTUUNDENTEDdent [adj]
DDEILSUVDIVULSEDdivulse [v]
DDEINORTTRENDOIDa trendy person [n -S]
DDHLMOOOHOODMOLDa protective projection on a cornice [n -S]
DDHLNOOWHOLDDOWNa clamp for holding an object in place [n -S]
DEEEKLNUUNKEELEDkeel [adj]
DEEELNTTTELNETEDtelnet [v]
DEEELOPPDEPEOPLEto reduce the population of [v -PLED, -PLING, -PLES]
DEEELPRTDEPLETERone that depletes [n -S]
DEEENRRTRERENTEDrerent [v]
DEEEORRZREZEROEDrezero [v]
DEEFGINXFEDEXINGfedex [v]
DEEFIMSSMISFEEDSmisfeed [v]
DEEFLNTUUNFELTEDfelt [adj]
DEEFLOSYEYEFOLDSeyefold [n]
DEEFORUYFOUREYEDwearing eyeglasses [adj]
DEEFRSSUDEFUSERSdefuser [n]
DEEGGIJRREJIGGEDrejig [v]
DEEGILNUEUGLENIDa euglena [n -S]
DEEGIPRUPREGUIDEto guide beforehand [v -GUIDED, -GUIDING, -GUIDES]
DEEGKMOSGEEKDOMSgeekdom [n]
DEEHOORVHOOVEREDhoover [v]
DEEILNRRREDLINERone that redlines [n -S]
DEEIMNTTMITTENEDmitten [adj]
DEEIMRSTDEMISTERone that defogs [n -S]
DEEINPRSSPENDIERspendy [adj]
DEEINRSVINVERSEDinverse [v]
DEEIPRRSPREDRIESpredry [v]
DEEIPRRWPREWIREDprewire [v]
DEEIRRSURUDERIESrudery [n]
DEEKNSSWNEWSDESKthe department that receives late-breaking news [n -S]
DEELNPRYDEPRENYLa drug for treating Parkinsonís disease [n -S]
DEELOPRWREPLOWEDreplow [v]
DEELOPRYDEPLOYERone that deploys [n -S]
DEEMNORSMODERNESmoderne [n]
DEENOOSVNOSEDOVEnosedive [v]
DEENOPRWPREOWNEDowned beforehand by someone else [adj]
DEENRRSUENDURERSendurer [n]
DEENRSUUUNDERUSEto use less than fully [v -USED, -USING, -USES]
DEENSTUVUNVESTEDvest [adj]
DEEOPRRTDEPORTERone that deports [n -S]
DEEORRVYOVERDYERone that overdyes [n -S]
DEFFIIPSSPIFFIEDspiffy [v]
DEFGIISTDIGESTIFan alcoholic drink taken after a meal [n -S]
DEFIILMRMIDLIFERa middle-aged person [n -S]
DEFIITTYFETIDITYthe state of being fetid [n -TIES]
DEFIRSSUSURFSIDEsituated near the seashore [adj]
DEFLNTUUUNFLUTEDflute [adj]
DEFNPRSUPREFUNDSprefund [v]
DEGIINRWWEIRDINGweird [v]
DEGIKLRUKLUDGIERkludgy [adj]
DEGIMMNOMODEMINGmodem [v]
DEGIOPRTRIDGETOPthe crest of a ridge [n -S]
DEGIORSTGRODIESTgrody [adj]
DEGLNOOTGOLDTONEmade to resemble gold [adj]
DEGOORTTGROTTOEDgrotto [adj]
DEHILNORINHOLDERone that owns a tract of land within a national park [n -S]
DEHIORRRHORRIDERhorrid [adj]
DEHIORTWWITHERODa North American shrub [n -S]
DEHLLOOUHULLOOEDhulloo [v]
DEHMOOSSSMOOSHEDsmoosh [v]
DEIILMMSSEMIMILDmoderately mild [adj]
DEIINQSUQUINSIEDquinsy [adj]
DEIIOPTYIDIOTYPEa structure of an antibody [n -S]
DEIKKLNOKLONDIKEa card game [n -S]
DEIKLNOWDOWNLIKEresembling down [adj]
DEIKLNPUUPLINKEDuplink [v]
DEILMSTUMUSTELIDa mammal of the weasel family [n -S]
DEILNOSTLENTOIDSlentoid [n]
DEILNRSSRINDLESSlacking a rind [adj]
DEILOORRDROOLIERdrooly [adj]
DEILSSUVDIVULSESdivulse [v]
DEIMOOSTDOOMIESTdoomy [adj]
DEIMPSTUDUMPSITEa place for dumping rubbish [n -S]
DEINPTTUUNPITTEDpit [adj]
DEIOPRSTPORTSIDEon the left side of a ship facing forward [adv]
DELLRSWYDRYWELLSdrywell [n]
DELNOSSWDOWNLESShaving no down (soft furry feathers) [adj]
DELOPPSYPOLYPEDSpolyped [n]
DELOSTTYSOTTEDLYsotted [adv]
DEMPRSTUDUMPSTERa large trash receptacle -- a trademark [n -S]
DENNOOWZDOWNZONEto reduce or limit the number of buildings permitted [v -ZONED, -ZONING, -ZONES]
DENOOORTOREODONTan extinct sheep-sized mammal [n -S]
DENOOOTWWOODTONEa finish that imitates wood [n -S]
DFGINNOUFONDUINGfondue [v]
DGGIKLNUKLUDGINGkludge [v]
DGGILNSUSLUDGINGsludge [v]
DGIILLNUILLUDINGillude [v]
DGINNORUINGROUNDbuilt into the ground [adj]
DGINSSTUDUSTINGSdusting [n]
DGOPRRSUPRODRUGSprodrug [n]
DHIIPSSTDIPSHITSdipshit [n]
DIILMSSTMIDLISTSmidlist [n]
DIILPPRYDRIPPILYdrippy [adv]
DIIORSUVVIRUSOIDa particle of RNA associated with some plant viruses [n -S]
DILNRSUYSUNDRILYsundry [adv]
DINNOPSWDOWNSPINa spinning motion [n -S]
DLOOOPSSSPODOSOLan acidic forest soil [n -S]
DMNOOOPSMONOPODSmonopod [n]
DNOOSUUVVOUDOUNSvoudoun [n]
DNOPSTUWPUTDOWNSputdown [n]
DOOPRSTWSTOPWORDa frequently used word that is not searchable by search engines [n -S]
DOORRSUUORDUROUSordure [adj]
EEEHINSYEYESHINEa reflection from the eyes of some animals [n -S]
EEEHPRSSPHERESESpheresis [n]
EEEIKNSSKNEESIESthe pressing of oneís knees against another personís knees [n]
EEEINRRSSNEERIERsneery [adj]
EEEKLRSSSLEEKERSsleeker [n]
EEELNRTYTERYLENEa kind of polyester fabric -- a trademark [n -S]
EEELPRSTREPLETESreplete [n]
EEELPTTYTELETYPEto send by teletypewriter [v -TYPED, -TYPING, -TYPES]
EEENRSSUENURESESenuresis [n]
EEENRSTWTWEENERStweener [n]
EEENSSTWTWEENESSthe state of being twee [n -ES]
EEENSSWYSWEENEYSsweeney [n]
EEEORRSZREZEROESrezero [v]
EEFHLMNSFLEHMENSflehmen [v]
EEFHLSTYFLYSHEETa circular [n -S]
EEFIKLSUFUSELIKEresembling a fuse [adj]
EEFILSTYEYELIFTSeyelift [n]
EEFINNSTFENNIESTfenny [adj]
EEFLOSTVLOVEFESTa gathering to promote good feeling [n -S]
EEFNORSTRESOFTENsoften [v -ED, -ING, -S]
EEGHIPRWPREWEIGHto weigh beforehand [v -ED, -ING, -S]
EEGHMNOSHEGEMONShegemon [n]
EEGIINRTRETIEINGretie [v]
EEGIKLMRGERMLIKEresembling a germ [adj]
EEGILNRSREELINGSreeling [n]
EEGILNRTGREENLITgreenlight [v]
EEHIKLMSSHEKELIMshekel [n]
EEHIKLOSHOSELIKEresembling a hose [adj]
EEHILLRSHELLERIShelleri [n]
EEHILNOPENOPHILEoenophile [n -S]
EEHILOPSPIEHOLESpiehole [n]
EEHIPRSSPHERESISwithdrawal of blood from a donor, removing some components, and returning the remaining blood to the donor [n -RESES]
EEHIPSTTTIPSHEETa publication with tips for betting on races or investing in stocks [n -S]
EEHLOPSTTELESHOPto shop by interactive telecommunications systems [v -SHOPPED, -SHOPPING, -SHOPS]
EEHORRSWRESHOWERshower [v -ED, -ING, -S]
EEIJKLTUJUTELIKEresembling jute [adj]
EEIKRSTUKEIRETSUa coalition of business groups in Japan [n -S]
EEILLPZZPIZZELLEa thin, crisp Italian cookie [n -S]
EEILLSTTSTELLITEa cobalt-base alloy with chromium and other metals, used to make cutting tools and for surfaces subject to heavy wear -- a trademark [n -S]
EEILNSSTLITENESSthe state of being lite [n -ES]
EEIMNOPSSEMIOPENpartly open [adj]
EEIMORTXOXIMETERan instrument for measuring the amount of oxygen in the blood [n -S]
EEIMRSSTMEISTERSmeister [n]
EEINNSTZNETIZENSnetizen [n]
EEINOPRSPEREIONSpereion [n]
EEINORRTORIENTERone who helps another to adjust to surroundings [n -S]
EEINRRTUUNRETIREto return to work after having taken retirement [v -TIRED, -TIRING, -TIRES]
EEINRSWWNEWSWIREa news agency that transmits news copy to subscribers [n -S]
EEIPRRSWPREWIRESprewire [v]
EEIRSSTVSIEVERTSsievert [n]
EEKLLNRYKERNELLYresembling kernels [adj]
EEKLMRSZKLEZMERSklezmer [n]
EEKOOPPSPEKEPOOSpekepoo [n]
EELLNNOVNONLEVELnot flat or even [adj]
EELLNORSRELLENOSrelleno [n]
EELLPRSTPRETELLSpretell [v]
EELLPSSTPELTLESSlacking a pelt (the skin of an animal) [adj]
EELOPPSZZEPPOLESzeppole [n]
EELOPRSVPRESOLVEto solve beforehand [v -SOLVED, -SOLVING, -SOLVES]
EELOSSSUSOLEUSESsoleus [n]
EEMNORSSMORENESSthe state of being more [n -ES]
EEMOOPRTPROTEOMEthe complement of proteins expressed by a genome [n -S]
EEMPRRSTPRETERMSpreterm [n]
EEMPRSSUSUPREMESsupreme [n]
EEOPRRSTPRESTOREto store beforehand [v -STORED, -STORING, -STORES]
EEOPSTUWOUTSWEEPto surpass in sweeping [v -SWEPT, -SWEEPING, -SWEEPS]
EEOQRTTUROQUETTEan arugula [n -S]
EEPPRRSSPREPRESSpertaining to the preparation of copy for printing [adj]
EERSSTTYSYRETTESsyrette [n]
EFFFLRSUFLUFFERSfluffer [n]
EFFIIPSSSPIFFIESspiffy [v]
EFFIISSTSTIFFIESstiffie [n]
EFFLLOSSSELLOFFSselloff [n]
EFFNSSTUFUNFESTSfunfest [n]
EFGGIRTUEGGFRUITa tropical tree [n -S]
EFGHIOSYFOGEYISHfogey [adj]
EFGIMOSYFOGEYISMfogyism [n -S]
EFGLORSTFROGLETSfroglet [n]
EFHIIPRSFIRESHIPa burning ship sent among the enemyís ships [n -S]
EFHILLSYFLESHILYfleshy [adv]
EFHLORVYHOVERFLYa fly noted for hovering [n -FLIES]
EFHNOSUUFUNHOUSEan amusement park attraction [n -S]
EFHORRSTFROTHERSfrother [n]
EFIIKLLMFILMLIKEresembling film [adj]
EFIILSTYFEISTILYfeisty [adv]
EFIIRRSTFIRRIESTfirry [adj]
EFIIRSZZFRIZZIESfrizzy hair [n]
EFIJLOSTJETFOILSjetfoil [n]
EFIKLOSTFOLKIESTfolkie [adj]
EFILLMSSFILMLESShaving no film [adj]
EFINNRSTFERNINSTnear to [prep]
EFLLORUWWOFULLERwoful [adj]
EFLMOSTTLEFTMOSTfarthest on the left [adj]
EFLNORSUFLEURONSfleuron [n]
EFLORSSSFLOSSERSflosser [n]
EFLPRRSUPURFLERSpurfler [n]
EFMNNORTFRONTMENfrontman [n]
EFNOTUZZFUZZTONEa blurred audio effect [n -S]
EGGIIJSTJIGGIESTjiggy [adj]
EGGIILNRNIGGLIERniggly [adj]
EGGINORRROGERINGroger [v]
EGGNRRSUGRUNGERSgrunger [n]
EGHHIIRSHIGHRISEa building with many stories [n -S]
EGHILMORHOMEGIRLa girl or woman from oneís neighborhood [n -S]
EGHILNUWGLUHWEINwine flavored with spices [n -S]
EGHINOSYHOSEYINGhosey [v]
EGHINRSWWHINGERSwhinger [n]
EGHIORSUROUGHIESroughy [n]
EGHIRRUYHIERURGYa rite of worship [n -GIES]
EGIILNNTLENITINGlenite [v]
EGIILNRTGLINTIERglinty [adj]
EGIILNRVLIVERINGliver [v]
EGIILRSTGIRLIESTgirlie [adj]
EGIINNTUUNTIEINGuntie [v]
EGIJNNOSJONESINGjones [v]
EGIKLLNVKVELLINGkvell [v]
EGIKNSTUGUNKIESTgunky [adj]
EGILLORSGIROLLESgirolle [n]
EGILLRRYGRILLERYa place where grilled foods are served [n -ERIES]
EGILMNSUGUMLINESgumline [n]
EGILNNTUGLUTENINa protein of cereal grains that gives adhesiveness to bread dough [n -S]
EGILNRSWNEWSGIRLa girl who delivers or sells newspapers [n -S]
EGILNSSTSNIGLETSsniglet [n]
EGILNSSUGLUINESSthe state of being gluey [n -ES]
EGILNSUVEVULSINGevulse [v]
EGILOPPRGLOPPIERgloppy [adj]
EGINNRTUTENURINGtenure [v]
EGINOOSTGOONIESTgoony [adj]
EGIOPRSSSERPIGOSserpigo [n]
EGIRRSSTGRISTERSgrister [n]
EGIRRSTTGRITTERSgritter [n]
EGISSUWYWISEGUYSwiseguy [n]
EGLLOPSYGOSPELLYhaving characteristics of gospel music [adj]
EGLNOOVYVENOLOGYthe study of veins [n -GIES]
EHHIKSSSSHIKSEHSshikseh [n]
EHHLOOSTSHOTHOLEa hole drilled in rock to hold explosives [n -S]
EHHRSSSUSHUSHERSshusher [n]
EHIIKNSTHINKIESThinky [adj]
EHIIRWZZWHIZZIERwhizzy [adj]
EHIISSSTHISSIESThissy [adj]
EHILORSUHOURLIEShourly [n]
EHILPSSSSHIPLESSlacking a ship [adj]
EHILSSSTSHITLESSextremely frightened -- usually considered vulgar [adj]
EHIMOSTWSHOWTIMEthe time at which an entertainment is to start [n -S]
EHIMRSTTTHERMITSthermit [n]
EHIMRTUUHUMITUREa combined measurement of temperature and humidity [n -S]
EHIOOPSWWHOOPIESwhoopie [n]
EHIOPRSSROSEHIPSrosehip [n]
EHIPPRSSPRESHIPSpreship [v]
EHLRSTTUSHUTTLERone that shuttles [n -S]
EHMNNOTYETHNONYMthe name of an ethnic group [n -S]
EHMOOSSSSMOOSHESsmoosh [v]
EHNOOPTYHONEYPOTone that is attractive or desirable [n -S]
EHNORRRSSHNORRERone who takes advantage of the generosity of others [n -S]
EHNPSSXYSPHYNXESsphynx [n]
EIIILRVZVIRILIZEto introduce male characteristics in (a female) [v -IZED, -IZING, -IZES]
EIIKKLLTKILTLIKEresembling a kilt [adj]
EIIKLLSTSLITLIKEresembling a slit [adj]
EIIKNSTWTWINKIEStwinkie [n]
EIILNRSSRESILINSresilin [n]
EIILOPPTPOPLITEIpopliteus [n]
EIILOPRSLIRIOPESliriope [n]
EIILRSTTSLITTIERslitty [adj]
EIIMOPRXMIREPOIXa sauteed mixture of diced vegetables [n MIREPOIX]
EIINNOSSINOSINESinosine [n]
EIINNRTVINVERTINan enzyme [n -S]
EIIOSSTTOTITISESotitis [n]
EIIPPQRUQUIPPIERquippy [adj]
EIIPRRSUSIRUPIERsirupy [adj]
EIIPRSTVPREVISITto visit beforehand [v -ED, -ING, -S]
EIJLLORSJOLLIERSjollier [n]
EIKKNRSUSKUNKIERskunky [adj]
EIKKSTUYYUKKIESTyukky [adj]
EIKLLMSSMILKLESSlacking milk [adj]
EIKLNPRUPLUNKIERplunky [adj]
EIKLOPSUSOUPLIKEresembling soup [adj]
EIKMNNOOMONOKINEa substance secreted by white blood cells [n -S]
EILLMNOSSEMILLONa white grape grown in France [n -S]
EILNOPTYLINOTYPEto set type with a machine [v -TYPED, -TYPING, -TYPES]
EILRSTTUSURTITLEa translation of a foreign-language dialogue displayed above a screen or stage [n -S]
EIMNOPSSMOPINESSthe state of being mopey [n -ES]
EIMORTXYOXIMETRYthe use of an oximeter [n -TRIES]
EIMPRSTUIMPURESTimpure [adj]
EINNNORTNONINERTnot inactive [adj]
EINOORSWSWOONIERswoony [adj]
EINOOSTWTWOONIEStwoonie [n]
EINOPSTUPOUTINESpoutine [n]
EINORSTYSEROTINYthe condition of having late or gradual seed dispersal [n -NIES]
EINPRTTUINPUTTERone that inputs [n -S]
EIOOPRSWSWOOPIERswoopy [adj]
EIPRRSUYSYRUPIERsyrupy [adj]
EIPRSTTUPURTIESTpurty [adj]
EIRTTUWZWURTZITEa light to dark brown mineral [n -S]
EISSTTUWWETSUITSwetsuit [n]
EJLRSSUYJURYLESSbeing without a jury [adj]
EKMNOSUXMUSKOXENmuskox [n]
EKOPRRSWPREWORKSprework [v]
EKORSSTUKURTOSESkurtosis [n]
ELLMOSTUOUTSMELLto surpass in smelling [v -SMELLED or -SMELT, -SMELLING, -SMELLS]
ELLOSSSSLOSSLESSdone or being without loss [adj]
ELMMPSTUPLUMMESTplum [adj]
ELMOSTTUOUTSMELToutsmell [v]
ELNOOPSTPELOTONSpeloton [n]
ELNPRUUYUNPURELYpurely [adv]
ELOOPRSSRESPOOLSrespool [v]
ELOOPRSSSPOOLERSspooler [n]
ELOPSSSUSOUPLESShaving no soup (a liquid food often having solid ingredients) [adj]
ELORSSTTSLOTTERSslotter [n]
EMNOOSSTMOOTNESSthe state of being without legal significance [n -ES]
EMNORRTYRETRONYMa term coined to distinguish the original referent from a later development [n -S]
EMOPPSTUUPTEMPOSuptempo [n]
ENOSSSTTSTETSONSstetson [n]
EOOPPSSTPOSTPOSEto place (a word or phrase) after a grammatically related word [v -POSED, -POSING, -POSES]
EOPSTTUWOUTSWEPToutsweep [v]
EPRRSSTUSPURTERSspurter [n]
EPRSTTUYSPUTTERYsputter [adj]
FFILLOPPFLIPFLOPto perform a backward somersault [v -FLOPPED, -FLOPPING, -FLOPS]
FFOOPSSTSTOPOFFSstopoff [n]
FGINSTTUTUFTINGStufting [n]
FGKLNOOSFOLKSONGa song of the folk music of an area [n -S]
FHIIKLLSFISHKILLthe sudden destruction of large numbers of fish [n -S]
FIILLMOPPLIOFILMa transparent sheet of chlorinated rubber used in packaging [n -S]
FIKLSSTULUTFISKSlutfisk [n]
FIMOORSSISOFORMSisoform [n]
FINOPRSTFROSTNIPthe freezing of outer skin layers [n -S]
FIOSTTTUTOFUTTIStofutti [n]
FKLOORWWWORKFLOWthe amount of work to and from an office or employee [n -S]
FKRSSSUYSKYSURFSskysurf [v]
FLLOOPUWFOLLOWUPa news article that adds information to a previous article [n -S]
FMNOOOORMOONROOFa glass panel in an automobile roof [n -S]
GGHIINNOHONGIINGhongi [v]
GGIILNTZGLITZINGglitz [v]
GGIINNUVUNGIVINGgive [adj]
GGIKKNORGROKKINGgrok [v]
GGILLNUWGULLWINGhinged at the top to swing upward [adj]
GGINOSUVVOGUINGSvoguing [n]
GHHIOPSTHIGHTOPShightop [n]
GHILNOPYHOPINGLYin a hopeful manner [adv]
GHIMNOPRMORPHINGmorph [v]
GHIMNOSSMOSHINGSmoshing [n]
GHIMNSSUSMUSHINGsmush [v]
GHINNORSHORNINGShorning [n]
GHINPPUWWHUPPINGwhup [v]
GHLNOORUHOURLONGlasting an hour [adj]
GIINPRSUSIRUPINGsirup [v]
GIINPSUZUPSIZINGupsize [v]
GIKLLNSUSKULLINGskull [v]
GILLNRUYLURINGLYin an enticing manner [adv]
GILNOORTROOTLINGrootle [v]
GILNPRSUPURLINGSpurling [n]
GIMNOOPRPROMOINGpromo [v]
GINOSTTTSTOTTINGstott [v]
GINOSTUWOUTSWINGto surpass in swinging [v -SWUNG, -SWINGING, -SWINGS]
GINPRSUYSYRUPINGsyrup [v]
GJLMNOPULONGJUMPto jump for distance from a running start [v -ED, -ING, -S]
GNOSTUUWOUTSWUNGoutswing [v]
HIIISSTVSHIVITISshiviti [n]
HIILOPSTPISOLITHa small rounded concretion of limestone [n -S]
HIILRSTTTRILITHStrilith [n]
HIILSSTTSHITLISTa number of persons who are strongly disapproved of -- usually considered vulgar [n -S]
HIMOPRSSORPHISMSorphism [n]
HIMORSSTRIMSHOTSrimshot [n]
HJNNOOSSJOHNSONSjohnson [n]
HKOORRUWWORKHOURany of the hours of the day during which work is done [n -S]
HMNOPSYYHYPONYMShyponym [n]
HMNOPYYYHYPONYMYthe state of being a hyponym [n -MIES]
HNOPPSTYSYNTHPOPpopular music played with synthesizers [n -S]
HOOPSSTTHOTSPOTShotspot [n]
IIILLMNPMINIPILLa birth control pill containing no estrogen [n -S]
IIKLMRSYSMIRKILYsmirky [adv]
IILLPPSYSLIPPILYslippy [adv]
IINNPSSTTINSNIPSa tool for cutting sheet metal [n]
IKLMOOSSLOOKISMSlookism [n]
IKLMOOSSLOOKSISMlookism [n -S]
IKLOOSSTLOOKISTSlookist [n]
IKLOSSSUSOUSLIKSsouslik [n]
ILOPPTUUOUTPUPILa pupil who lives off campus [n -S]
IMOPPRRUPROPRIUMan attribute belonging inseparably to every member of a species [n -PRIA]
IMOSSSTUSUMOISTSsumoist [n]
INOOSTTVSTOTINOVstotin [n]
KMOORSTUMUSKROOTa perennial herb [n -S]
KNOPPSTUPOSTPUNKpertaining to music coming after punk rock [adj]
LNOOPSSUUNSPOOLSunspool [v]
MOOORRTWROOTWORMa beetle whose larvae feed on the roots of crop plants [n -S]
NNOOPSSTNONSTOPSnonstop [n]

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