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2 letter words that contains ER

2 letter ER word

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er 3 2 used to express hesi...

4 letter words that contains ER

4 letter ER word

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aber 8 7 (Welsh) an estuary [...
acer 9 7 a plant of the maple...
aero 5 4 (Relating to) aircra...
aery 12 6 the nest of a bird o...
ager 7 6 one that ages [n -S]
aper 8 7 one who mimics [n -S...
aver 8 8 to declare positivel...
beer 8 7 an alcoholic drink m...
bere 8 7 barley, esp. the six...
berg 10 9 (short for) iceberg...
berk 10 11 (colloquial) a fool,...
berm 10 10 a narrow shelf or pa...
bier 9 7 a coffin stand [n -S...
brer 9 7 (US dialect) brother...
cere 9 7 to wrap in a waxy cl...
cero 9 7 (Spanish) a large sp...
cert 10 7 (short for) a certai...
cher 12 9 (French) dear [adj]
deer 6 5 a ruminant mammal [n...
dere 6 5 to injure, also DEAR...
derm 8 8 the true skin, below...
dern 6 6 secret; lonely, also...
dero 6 5 (Australian slang) a...
derv 9 9 fuel for a diesel en...
doer 6 5 one that does someth...
dyer 13 7 one who dyes [n -S]
eery 12 6 uncanny, also EERIE...
eger 7 6 a tidal flood, also...
eras 6 4 ERA, a main division...
ered 6 5 ERE, to plough [v]
eres 6 4 ERE, to plough [v]
erev 8 8 the day before a Jew...
ergo 7 6 (short for) ergomete...
ergs 8 6 ERG, a unit of work...
erhu 9 7 a Chinese two-string...
eric 10 7 a murderer's fine in...
erks 8 8 ERK, (slang) an airc...
erne 5 5 an eagle, esp. a lon...
erns 6 5 ERN, (Milton) to ear...
eros 6 4 (Greek) the sum of t...
errs 7 4 ERR, to make a mista...
erst 7 4 formerly, also EARST...
eruv 9 9 a designated region...
ever 8 8 at all times [adv]
ewer 9 7 a jug with a wide mo...
eyer 12 6 one who eyes [n -S]
feer 8 7 (Scots) to draw the...
fere 8 7 a companion, also FE...
ferm 10 10 (Spenser) a farm, lo...
fern 8 8 a flowerless vascula...
fier 9 7 a companion, also FE...
gere 7 6 (Spenser) gear, equi...
germ 9 9 to put forth buds, s...
gers 8 6 GER, in Mongolia, an...
gert 8 6 (dialect) very big [...
goer 7 6 one that goes [n -S]
herb 11 9 a seed-bearing plant...
herd 9 7 to bring together a...
here 8 6 this place [n -S]
herl 10 7 a feathered fishing...
herm 10 9 a type of statue, al...
hern 8 7 (dialect) a heron [n...
hero 8 6 a brave man [n HEROE...
hers 9 6 the possessive case...
hery 15 8 (Spenser) to praise,...
hoer 8 6 one who hoes [n -S]
huer 9 7 a pilchard fishermen...
icer 10 7 a person who makes o...
jeer 8 13 to mock, also GEARE...
jerk 10 17 to move spasmodicall...
kerb 10 11 to provide with a pa...
kerf 10 11 an incision made by...
kern 7 9 to be formed with a...
kero 7 8 (Australian slang) k...
kier 8 8 a vat for boiling an...
laer 7 5 (Afrikaans) in South...
leer 7 5 to look with a sidew...
lere 7 5 (Scots) to teach, al...
lerp 10 8 (Native Australian)...
lier 8 5 one who lies [n -S]
meer 7 7 to mark off, also ME...
merc 11 10 (short for) a mercen...
mere 7 7 nothing more, nothin...
meri 8 7 (Maori) a war-club [...
merk 9 11 an old Scotch silver...
merl 9 8 a blackbird, also ME...
moer 7 7 (South African slang...
nerd 6 6 a person obsessed wi...
nerk 7 9 a bothersome idiot [...
omer 7 7 a Hebrew unit of dry...
oner 5 5 something unique [n...
over 8 8 above, in excess, al...
ower 9 7 (Scots) over, also O...
oxer 12 11 in foxhunting, an ox...
oyer 12 6 (obsolete) a hearing...
peer 8 7 to look narrowly or...
perc 12 10 (short for) perchlor...
pere 8 7 (French) father [n -...
peri 9 7 a supernatural being...
perk 10 11 to carry oneself jau...
perm 10 10 to permanent wave th...
pern 8 8 to move with a spira...
perp 11 10 (colloquial) short f...
pert 9 7 impudent, jaunty [ad...
perv 11 11 (short for) pervert,...
pier 9 7 a structure extendin...
puer 9 8 to tan leather with...
ruer 7 5 one who rues [n -S]
seer 6 4 a prophet [n -S]
sera 6 4 SERUM, the watery po...
sere 6 4 withered, dry, also...
serf 9 7 a person in modified...
serk 8 8 (Scots) a shirt or c...
serr 7 4 to press close, also...
sers 7 4 SER, an Indian unit...
sker 8 8 to scour, search; to...
suer 7 5 one who sues [n -S]
teer 6 4 to daub, plaster [v...
terf 9 7 (Milton) turf, also...
term 8 7 to designate [v -ED,...
tern 6 5 a long-winged aquati...
tier 7 4 to arrange in rows [...
tyer 13 6 one who ties [n -S]
user 7 5 one that uses [n -S]
veer 8 8 to change direction...
vera 8 8 very, also VERRA [ad...
verb 11 11 a part of speech tha...
verd 9 9 as in verd antique,...
vers 9 8 (French) verse [n]
vert 9 8 (colloquial) to beco...
very 15 10 absolute [adj VERIER...
vier 9 8 one who vies [n -S]
weer 9 7 WEE, small [adj]
were 9 7 BE, to exist [v]
wero 9 7 (Maori) a challenge...
wert 10 7 BE, to exist [v]
yerd 13 7 (Scots) to bury, als...
yerk 14 10 to tie with a jerk,...
zerk 11 17 a fitting on a beari...
zero 9 13 to set at or adjust...

5 letter words that contains ER

5 letter ER word

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abers 10 8 ABER, (Welsh) an est...
abler 11 9 ABLE, competent, als...
acerb 13 11 bitter and sour, als...
acers 11 8 ACER, a plant of the...
acker 12 12 (Australian slang) a...
adder 8 7 a venomous snake [n...
aerie 7 5 the nest of a bird o...
aeros 7 5 AERO, (Relating to)...
after 10 8 later in time [prep]
agers 9 7 AGER, one that ages...
agger 10 9 (historical) an arti...
aider 8 6 one who aids [n -S]
aiery 14 7 the nest of a bird o...
aimer 9 8 one who aims [n -S]
airer 8 5 a frame on which to...
aiver 10 9 (Scots) a draft hors...
alder 9 7 any tree of the genu...
alert 9 6 ready for sudden act...
alter 9 6 to make different [v...
amber 11 11 a fossil resin, used...
ameer 8 8 a Muslim governor, a...
anger 8 8 wrath [adj ANGERLY]...
anker 8 10 an old wine measure...
apers 10 8 APER, one who mimics...
apert 10 8 (archaic) open, publ...
apery 16 10 the act of aping [n...
apter 10 8 APT, suited to [adj]
arere 7 5 (Spenser) backward,...
armer 9 8 one who arms [n -S]
asker 9 9 one who asks [n -S]
asper 10 8 a Turkish money of a...
aster 8 5 a plant of the Aster...
auger 9 8 a kind of boring too...
avers 10 9 AVER, to declare pos...
avert 10 9 to ward off [v -ED,...
awner 10 9 a machine for removi...
baker 11 12 one that bakes [n -S...
baler 11 9 one who bales [n -S]
barer 10 8 BARE, unclothed, unc...
baser 10 8 BASE, mean [adj]
beers 10 8 BEER, an alcoholic d...
beery 16 10 smelling of beer [ad...
beray 16 10 (obsolete) to befoul...
beres 10 8 BERE, barley, esp. t...
beret 10 8 a flat round woollen...
bergs 12 10 BERG, (short for) ic...
berko 11 12 (Australian slang) b...
berks 12 12 BERK, (colloquial) a...
berme 11 11 a narrow shelf or pa...
berms 12 11 BERM, to provide a b...
berob 12 11 (Spenser) to rob [v...
berry 17 10 a fleshy fruit which...
berth 13 10 to moor a ship [v -E...
beryl 18 11 a semiprecious stone...
bever 12 12 to snack [v -ED, -IN...
bider 11 9 one who bides [n -S]
biers 11 8 BIER, a coffin stand...
biker 12 12 one who rides a bike...
biner 10 9 (short for) karabine...
biter 11 8 that which bites [n...
blaer 11 9 BLAE, blackish blue...
blert 12 9 (colloquial) a fooli...
bluer 12 10 BLUE, having the col...
boner 9 9 (US slang) a stupid...
borer 10 8 one that bores [n -S...
bower 13 11 to enclose in a shad...
boxer 16 15 a person who boxes o...
breer 10 8 to sprout above grou...
brere 10 8 (Spenser) a briar, a...
brers 11 8 BRER, (US dialect) b...
brier 11 8 a prickly shrub, als...
buyer 17 11 one that buys [n -S]
caber 13 11 (Scots) a heavy wood...
cager 12 10 a basketball player...
caner 10 9 one who canes [n -S]
caper 13 11 to leap or skip like...
carer 11 8 one that cares [n -S...
cater 11 8 to provide food and...
caver 13 12 one who explores cav...
ceder 11 9 one who cedes [n -S]
cerci 15 11 CERCUS, a sensory ap...
cered 11 9 CERE, to wrap in a w...
ceres 11 8 CERE, to wrap in a w...
cerge 12 10 a large wax candle b...
ceria 11 8 cerium oxide [n -S]
ceric 15 11 containing cerium [a...
cerne 10 9 (Shakespeare) to con...
ceros 11 8 CERO, (Spanish) a la...
certs 12 8 CERT, (short for) a...
certy 18 10 as in by my certy, S...
cheer 13 10 to applaud with shou...
chere 13 10 (French) dear (femin...
chert 14 10 a microcrystalline f...
cider 12 9 an alcoholic drink m...
citer 12 8 one who cites [n -S]
clerk 14 13 to serve as an offic...
coder 11 9 one who writes code...
comer 12 11 one showing great pr...
cooer 10 8 one that coos [n -S]
coper 13 11 a ship for supplying...
corer 11 8 a device for removin...
cover 13 12 to spread something...
cower 14 11 to cringe [v -ED, -I...
coyer 17 10 COY, modest, bashful...
crier 12 8 one that cries, also...
cryer 18 10 one that cries, also...
cuber 14 12 a machine for cuttin...
curer 12 9 one who cures [n -S]
cuter 12 9 CUTE, pleasingly att...
cyber 20 13 involving computers...
cyder 18 11 an alcoholic drink m...
daker 9 10 to lounge, also DACK...
darer 8 6 one who dares [n -S]
dater 8 6 one who dates [n -S]
dazer 11 15 something that dazes...
deere 7 6 (Spenser) a deer [n...
deers 8 6 DEER, a ruminant mam...
defer 10 9 to postpone [v DEFER...
derat 8 6 to rid of rats [v DE...
deray 14 8 (obsolete) to derang...
derby 17 11 a type of hat [n DER...
dered 8 7 DERE, to injure, als...
deres 8 6 DERE, to injure, als...
derig 10 8 to dismantle [v DERI...
derma 9 9 the true skin, below...
derms 10 9 DERM, the true skin,...
derns 8 7 DERN [n]
deros 8 6 DERO, (Australian sl...
derro 8 6 (Australian slang) a...
derry 15 8 (Australian slang) a...
derth 11 8 (Spenser) dearth [n...
dervs 11 10 DERV, fuel for a die...
deter 8 6 to hinder or prevent...
dicer 12 9 a device that dices...
diker 10 10 a person who makes d...
dimer 10 9 a molecular compound...
diner 8 7 one that dines [n -S...
direr 9 6 DIRE, disastrous [ad...
diver 11 10 one who dives; a div...
doers 8 6 DOER, one that does...
doner 7 7 as in doner kebab, g...
doper 10 9 one who dopes [n -S]
doser 8 6 one who doses [n -S]
doter 8 6 one who dotes, also...
dover 10 10 (Scots) to doze, als...
dower 11 9 to provide with a do...
dozer 11 15 one who dozes [n -S]
dreer 8 6 DREE, (Scots) dreary...
drere 8 6 (Spenser) dreariness...
drier 9 6 an apparatus for dry...
dryer 15 8 an apparatus for dry...
duper 11 10 one who dupes anothe...
dyers 15 8 DYER, one who dyes [...
eager 8 7 a tidal flood, also...
easer 7 5 one who eases [n -S]
eater 7 5 one who eats [n -S]
edger 9 8 a tool used to trim...
eerie 7 5 uncanny, also EERY [...
egers 9 7 EGER, a tidal flood,...
egger 10 9 any of several large...
eider 8 6 a large sea duck [n...
elder 9 7 a kind of shrub or s...
elver 11 10 a young eel [n -S]
ember 11 11 a small piece of woo...
emeer 8 8 (Arabic) an Eastern...
emerg 10 10 the section of a hos...
emery 15 10 to coat with emery (...
emmer 10 11 (German) a primitive...
ender 7 7 one that ends someth...
enter 7 6 to go or come in [v...
erase 7 5 to efface or rub out...
erbia 10 8 erbium oxide [n -S]
erect 11 8 upright [adj ERECTLY...
erevs 10 9 EREV, the day before...
ergon 8 8 (Greek) work or busi...
ergos 9 7 ERGO, (short for) er...
ergot 9 7 a fungal disease of...
erhus 11 8 ERHU, a Chinese two-...
erica 11 8 a shrub of the heath...
erick 13 12 a murderer's fine in...
erics 12 8 ERIC, a murderer's f...
ering 9 8 ERE, to plough [v]
erned 7 7 ERNE [v]
ernes 7 6 ERNE [v]
erode 7 6 to wear away [v EROD...
erose 7 5 irregularly notched...
erred 8 6 ERR, to make a mista...
error 8 5 a mistake [n -S]
erses 8 5 ERS, a European vetc...
eruct 12 9 to belch out, also E...
erugo 9 8 a green film that fo...
erupt 11 9 to break out or thro...
eruvs 11 10 ERUV, a designated r...
erven 9 10 ERF, in South Africa...
ervil 12 10 a European vetch, al...
esker 9 9 a narrow ridge of gr...
ester 8 5 a compound formed by...
ether 10 7 a volatile liquid us...
evert 10 9 to turn inside out [...
every 16 11 each without excepti...
ewers 11 8 EWER, a jug with a w...
exert 14 12 to make an effort [v...
eyers 14 7 EYER, one who eyes [...
facer 13 11 a sudden difficulty...
fader 10 9 a sliding control as...
faery 16 10 (archaic) the world...
faker 11 12 one who fakes e.g. w...
farer 10 8 a traveller [n -S]
faver 12 12 FAVE, (slang) favour...
fayer 16 10 FAY, whimsical, also...
feers 10 8 FEER, (Scots) to dra...
feral 11 9 of a species which b...
ferer 10 8 FERE, able [adj]
feres 10 8 FERE, a companion, a...
feria 10 8 a weekday which is n...
ferly 18 11 marvellous [adj FERL...
fermi 12 11 in physics, a unit o...
ferms 12 11 FERM, (Spenser) a fa...
ferns 10 9 FERN, a flowerless v...
ferny 16 11 covered with ferns [...
ferry 17 10 to transport by a ty...
fever 12 12 to affect with an ab...
fewer 13 11 FEW, not many [adj]
feyer 16 10 FEY, foreseeing the...
fiber 13 11 a threadlike cell or...
fiere 10 8 a companion, also FE...
fiers 11 8 FIER, a companion, a...
fiery 17 10 intensely hot [adj F...
fifer 13 11 one who plays the fi...
filer 12 9 a person or thing th...
finer 10 9 a refiner [n -S]
firer 11 8 a person who fires [...
fiver 13 12 a five dollar bill,...
fixer 17 15 one that fixes [n -S...
fleer 11 9 to deride by making...
flier 12 9 one that flies, also...
flyer 18 11 one that flies, also...
fouer 10 9 FOU, (Scots) drunk [...
foyer 16 10 a large room in a th...
freer 10 8 one who frees [n -S]
frere 10 8 a friar [n -S]
frier 11 8 a pan or container f...
fryer 17 10 a pan or container f...
fuero 10 9 (Spanish) a Basque l...
fumer 12 12 one that fumes [n -S...
gager 10 9 one who gauges; an o...
gamer 10 10 a player who relishe...
gaper 11 10 a mollusc with a she...
gater 9 7 an alligator, also G...
gayer 15 9 GAY, cheerful [adj]
gazer 12 16 one who gazes [n -S]
gerah 11 9 a Hebrew unit of wei...
gerbe 11 10 (French) a (heraldic...
geres 9 7 GERE, (Spenser) gear...
gerle 10 8 (Spenser) a girl [n...
germs 11 10 GERM, to put forth b...
germy 17 12 full of germs [adj G...
gerne 8 8 (Spenser) to grin or...
geyer 15 9 GEY, considerable [a...
giber 12 10 one who gibes, also...
giver 12 11 one that gives [n -S...
gluer 11 9 one who glues [n -S]
goers 9 7 GOER, one that goes...
gofer 11 10 a waffle with a patt...
goier 9 7 GOEY, anxious to go...
gomer 10 10 an unwanted hospital...
goner 8 8 one who is in a hope...
haler 11 8 a coin of the Czech...
hater 10 7 one who hates [n -S]
haver 12 11 to hem and haw [v -E...
hayer 16 9 one who makes hay [n...
hazer 13 16 one who hazes, a tea...
heder 10 8 (Hebrew) a Jewish sc...
herbs 13 10 HERB, a seed-bearing...
herby 19 12 abounding with herbs...
herds 11 8 HERD, to bring toget...
heres 10 7 (Latin) an heir, als...
herls 12 8 HERL, a feathered fi...
herma 11 10 a type of statue, al...
herms 12 10 HERM, a type of stat...
herns 10 8 HERN, (dialect) a he...
heron 9 8 a wading bird [n -S]
heros 10 7 HERO, a brave man [n...
herry 17 9 (Spenser) to praise,...
herse 10 7 (obsolete) a harrow...
hertz 14 16 a unit of electromag...
herye 16 9 (Spenser) to praise,...
hewer 13 10 one that hews [n -S]
hexer 16 14 one who hexes, casts...
hider 11 8 one who hides [n -S]
hiker 12 11 one who hikes [n -S]
hirer 11 7 one who hires [n -S]
hiver 13 11 someone who hives [n...
hoers 10 7 HOER, one who hoes [...
homer 11 10 to hit a home run [v...
honer 9 8 a tool for honing [n...
hoper 12 10 one who hopes [n -S]
hoser 10 7 a person who deceive...
hover 12 11 to hang suspended in...
huers 11 8 HUER, a pilchard fis...
huger 12 10 HUGE, very large [ad...
hyper 19 12 an excitable person...
icers 12 8 ICER, a person who m...
icier 12 8 ICY, covered with ic...
icker 13 12 (Scots) a single ear...
idler 10 7 one that idles [n -S...
iller 11 7 ILL, unwell [adj]
inerm 9 9 without thorns, also...
inert 8 6 passive [adj INERTER...
infer 10 9 to reach or derive b...
inker 9 10 one who inks; a pad...
inner 7 7 interior [adj INNERL...
inter 8 6 to bury [v INTERRED,...
ither 11 7 other [adj]
jager 11 16 a German army marksm...
japer 12 17 one who japes [n -S]
jeers 10 14 JEER, to mock, also...
jerid 11 15 a wooden Oriental ja...
jerks 12 18 JERK, to move spasmo...
jerky 18 20 dried meat [n JERKIE...
jerry 17 16 (colloquial) a chamb...
jiber 13 17 one who jibes, also...
jiver 13 18 one who jives [n -S]
joker 11 18 one that jokes [n -S...
kerbs 12 12 KERB, to provide wit...
kerel 10 10 (Afrikaans) a chap o...
kerfs 12 12 KERF, to make an inc...
kerky 17 15 stupid [adj KERKIER,...
kerma 10 12 a term in physics re...
kerne 8 10 a medieval foot sold...
kerns 9 10 KERN, to be formed w...
keros 9 9 KERO, (Australian sl...
kerry 16 11 one of an Irish bree...
kerve 11 13 (Spenser) to carve [...
keyer 15 11 a device that turns...
kiers 10 9 KIER, a vat for boil...
kiter 10 9 one that kites, obta...
koker 10 13 (Dutch) in Guyana, a...
lacer 12 9 one that laces [n -S...
lader 9 7 one who lades [n -S]
laers 9 6 LAER, to make a defe...
lager 10 8 to form a defensive...
laker 10 10 a fish found in lake...
lamer 10 9 LAME, disabled in th...
laser 9 6 a source of high-int...
later 9 6 LATE, coming after t...
laver 11 10 an edible seaweed of...
lawer 12 9 LAW, (Scots) low [ad...
laxer 15 13 LAX, slack or loose...
layer 15 8 a single thickness,...
leers 9 6 LEER, to look with a...
leery 15 8 cunning, wary, also...
leger 10 8 one who sells short...
leper 11 9 one affected with le...
lered 9 7 LERE, (Scots) to tea...
leres 9 6 LERE, (Scots) to tea...
lerps 12 9 LERP, (Native Austra...
lever 11 10 to prise open [v -ED...
liber 12 9 a book of public rec...
liers 10 6 LIER, one who lies [...
lifer 12 9 a prisoner serving a...
liger 11 8 the offspring of a m...
liker 11 10 one who likes [n -S]
liner 9 7 a passenger ship, es...
liter 10 6 (US) a measure of ca...
liver 12 10 a secreting organ [n...
loner 8 7 one who avoids other...
loper 11 9 one of a pair of sli...
loser 9 6 one who loses [n -S]
lover 11 10 someone who loves [n...
lower 12 9 to appear dark and t...
luger 11 9 one who rides a luge...
lurer 10 7 one who lures [n -S]
luser 10 7 a user of a computer...
luter 10 7 a lute-player, also...
luxer 16 14 LUXE, (French) luxur...
macer 12 11 an official who carr...
maerl 10 9 calcified red seawee...
maker 10 12 one that makes, also...
maser 9 8 a device used to amp...
mater 9 8 (Latin) mother [n MA...
mazer 12 17 a large drinking ves...
meers 9 8 MEER, to mark off, a...
merch 15 13 (colloquial) merchan...
mercs 13 11 MERC, (short for) a...
mercy 19 13 compassion and cleme...
merde 9 9 (French) excrement,...
mered 9 9 MERE, to mark off, d...
merel 10 9 a counter used in a...
merer 9 8 MERE, nothing more,...
meres 9 8 MERE, to mark off, d...
merge 10 10 to combine [v MERGED...
meril 11 9 a counter used in a...
meris 10 8 MERI, (Maori) a war-...
merit 10 8 to deserve [v -ED, -...
merks 11 12 MERK, an old Scotch...
merle 10 9 a blackbird, also ME...
merls 11 9 MERL, a blackbird, a...
merry 16 10 mirthful, also MERRI...
merse 9 8 (Scots) a low flat m...
meter 9 8 to measure by mechan...
miler 11 9 one who runs in mile...
mimer 11 11 one that mimes [n -S...
miner 9 9 one that mines [n -S...
miser 10 8 one who hoards money...
miter 10 8 (US) to join with a...
mixer 16 15 one that mixes [n -S...
moder 9 9 (German) a layer of...
moers 9 8 MOER, (South African...
moner 8 9 a hypothetical simpl...
moper 11 11 one who mopes [n -S]
mover 11 12 one that moves [n -S...
mower 12 11 one that mows [n -S]
muser 10 9 one who muses [n -S]
muter 10 9 MUTE, dumb [adj]
naker 8 10 a small kettledrum [...
namer 8 9 one who names [n -S]
neper 9 9 a unit for expressin...
neral 8 7 the trans-isomer of...
nerds 8 7 NERD, a person obses...
nerdy 14 9 socially inept, also...
nerka 8 10 the sockeye salmon [...
nerks 9 10 NERK, a bothersome i...
nerol 8 7 a fragrant alcohol [...
nerts 8 6 used to express defi...
nertz 11 15 used to express defi...
nerve 9 10 to give courage to [...
nervy 16 12 nervous [adj NERVIER...
never 9 10 at no time [adv]
newer 10 9 NEW, of recent origi...
nicer 11 9 NICE, agreeable; pre...
niger 9 8 (obsolete) a negro,...
niner 7 7 a student in the nin...
niter 8 6 potassium nitrate or...
nixer 14 13 (Australian slang) a...
noser 7 6 (slang) a blow or fa...
noter 7 6 a person who makes n...
nuder 8 8 NUDE, without clothe...
oaker 8 9 (Spenser) ochre, a p...
oater 7 5 a cowboy movie [n -S...
ocher 13 10 a native pigment com...
ocker 12 12 (Australian slang) a...
odder 8 7 ODD, strange, unpair...
offer 12 11 to present for consi...
ofter 10 8 OFT, often [adv]
ogler 10 8 one who ogles [n -S]
oiler 9 6 someone who or somet...
older 9 7 OLD, living for a lo...
oller 10 7 (dialect) waste grou...
omber 11 11 a card game, also OM...
omers 9 8 OMER, a Hebrew unit...
oncer 10 9 (slang) a one-pound...
oners 7 6 ONER, something uniq...
onery 13 8 (colloquial) cantank...
opera 9 8 a form of musical dr...
opter 10 8 someone who opts [n...
order 8 6 to give a command to...
ormer 9 8 a sea snail of rocky...
osier 8 5 a species of willow...
other 10 7 one that remains of...
otter 8 5 to fish with a board...
outer 8 6 a part of an archery...
overs 10 9 OVER, to go, leap or...
overt 10 9 open to view [adj OV...
owler 12 9 a smuggler of wool o...
owner 10 9 one that owns [n -S]
oxers 14 12 OXER, in foxhunting,...
oxter 14 12 (Scots) to take unde...
oyers 14 7 OYER, (obsolete) a h...
pacer 13 11 a horse whose gait i...
pager 11 10 an electronic device...
paler 11 9 PALE, lacking colour...
paper 12 11 to cover with a thin...
parer 10 8 an instrument for pa...
pater 10 8 a father [n -S]
paver 12 12 a person who lays pa...
pawer 13 11 one who paws [n -S]
payer 16 10 one who pays, also P...
peers 10 8 PEER, to look narrow...
peery 16 10 a wooden spinning to...
perai 10 8 a ferocious, carnivo...
perce 13 11 (Spenser) to pierce,...
perch 16 13 to sit in an elevate...
percs 14 11 PERC, (short for) pe...
perdu 11 10 (Shakespeare) a sold...
perdy 17 11 (Shakespeare) assure...
perea 9 8 PEREON, a crustacean...
peres 10 8 PERE, (French) fathe...
peril 12 9 to put in danger, al...
peris 11 8 PERI, a supernatural...
perks 12 12 PERK, to carry onese...
perky 18 14 cheerful, lively [ad...
perms 12 11 PERM, to permanent w...
perns 10 9 PERN [n]
perog 11 10 (Russian) a large Ru...
perps 13 11 PERP, (colloquial) s...
perry 17 10 a beverage of pear j...
perse 10 8 a dark blue colour [...
perst 11 8 PERSE, (Spenser) to...
perts 11 8 PERT, an impudent pe...
perve 12 12 (short for) a perver...
pervo 12 12 a pervert, also PERV...
pervs 13 12 PERV, to behave as a...
pervy 19 14 perverted [adj PERVI...
peter 10 8 to diminish graduall...
pheer 12 10 a companion, also FE...
piers 11 8 PIER, a structure ex...
piert 11 8 a small plant with s...
piker 12 12 a stingy person, a c...
piler 12 9 one who places thing...
piper 13 11 one who plays the pi...
plier 12 9 one who plies, also...
plyer 18 11 one who plies, also...
poker 11 12 one that pokes [n -S...
poler 11 9 (Australian) one of...
porer 10 8 one who pores [n -S]
poser 10 8 one that poses [n -S...
power 13 11 to equip with mechan...
prier 11 8 one who pries, also...
pryer 17 10 one who pries, also...
pucer 14 12 PUCE, dark red [adj]
puers 11 9 PUER, to tan leather...
puker 12 13 (archaic) an emetic...
puler 12 10 one who pules [n -S]
purer 11 9 PURE, free from stai...
queer 16 15 strange [adj QUEERER...
quern 16 16 a hand operated ston...
query 23 17 to question [v QUERI...
racer 11 8 one that races [n -S...
rager 9 7 one who rages [n -S]
raker 9 9 in games, a long, fa...
raper 10 8 one who rapes [n -S]
rarer 8 5 RARE, not common [ad...
raser 8 5 one that rases, also...
rater 8 5 one that rates [n -S...
raver 10 9 one that raves [n -S...
rawer 11 8 RAW, uncooked [adj]
razer 11 14 one who razes, also...
refer 10 8 to direct to a sourc...
reran 7 6 RERUN, to show a rep...
rerig 10 7 to rig again [v RERI...
rerun 8 7 to show a repetition...
ricer 12 8 a cooking utensil fo...
rider 9 6 one who rides [n -S]
rifer 11 8 RIFE, abundant, prev...
rimer 10 8 one that rimes, also...
riper 11 8 one who gropes, rans...
riser 9 5 a rod securing a sta...
river 11 9 a large natural stre...
roger 9 7 (slang) to have inte...
roker 9 9 any ray other than a...
roper 10 8 a rope-maker [n -S]
rover 10 9 one who roves [n -S]
rower 11 8 one who rows [n -S]
ruder 9 7 RUDE, boorish [adj]
ruers 9 6 RUER, one who rues [...
ruler 10 7 to strike with an im...
ryper 17 10 RYPE, (Danish) a pta...
saber 10 8 to strike with a typ...
safer 10 8 SAFE, secure [adj]
sager 9 7 SAGE, wise [adj]
saker 9 9 a falcon native to S...
saner 7 6 SANE, mentally sound...
saser 8 5 a device for amplify...
saver 10 9 one that saves [n -S...
sawer 11 8 one who saws, also S...
sayer 14 7 one that says [n -S]
seder 8 6 (Hebrew) a Pesach ce...
seers 8 5 SEER, a prophet [n]
sefer 10 8 (Hebrew) any book of...
serac 11 8 (French) a large mas...
serai 8 5 (Turkish) a caravans...
seral 9 6 pertaining to a seri...
sered 8 6 SERE, to burn the su...
serer 8 5 SERE, withered, dry,...
seres 8 5 SERE, to burn the su...
serfs 11 8 SERF, a person in mo...
serge 9 7 a strong twilled wor...
seric 12 8 silken [adj]
serif 11 8 a decorative stroke...
serin 8 6 a bird of the finch...
serks 10 9 SERK, (Scots) a shir...
seron 7 6 a crate, also SEROON...
serow 11 8 a Himalayan goatlike...
serra 8 5 (Latin) a saw-like o...
serre 8 5 to press close, also...
serrs 9 5 SERR, to press close...
serry 15 7 to press close, clos...
serum 10 9 the watery portion o...
serve 10 9 to work for [v SERVE...
servo 10 9 (Australian slang) a...
sever 10 9 to divide or cut int...
sewer 11 8 to clean or maintain...
sexer 14 12 one who sexes fowls...
sheer 10 7 utter [adj SHEERER,...
sherd 11 8 a fragment of broken...
shere 10 7 (Spenser) sheer [adj...
shero 10 7 a woman regarded as...
shier 11 7 a horse that shies,...
shoer 10 7 one who shoes horses...
shyer 17 9 a horse tending to s...
sider 9 6 a native or inhabita...
siker 10 9 (US) secure, certain...
siler 10 6 a strainer [n -S]
siver 11 9 (Scots) a drain; a g...
sixer 15 12 anything counting fo...
sizer 12 14 a student at Cambrid...
skeer 9 9 (dialect) to scare,...
skers 10 9 SKER, to scour, sear...
skier 10 9 one who skis [n -S]
skyer 16 11 in cricket, a hit hi...
sleer 9 6 SLEE, (Scots) sly [a...
slier 10 6 SLY, cunning, wily;...
slyer 16 8 SLY, cunning, wily;...
smerk 11 12 to smile in a smug m...
sneer 7 6 to curl the lip in c...
sober 10 8 having control of on...
soger 9 7 (dialect) a soldier,...
soler 9 6 (archaic) an upper r...
sorer 8 5 SORE, sensitive to p...
sower 11 8 one who sows [n -S]
spaer 10 8 (Scots) one who fore...
speer 10 8 (Scots) to ask, also...
sperm 12 11 a male gamete [n -S]
spier 11 8 (Scots) to ask, also...
spuer 11 9 one who spues, also...
steer 8 5 to guide or direct,...
stere 8 5 (French) a timber me...
stern 8 6 severe [adj STERNER,...
suber 11 9 (Latin) the bark of...
suers 9 6 SUER, one who sues [...
super 11 9 to reinforce with a...
surer 9 6 SURE, certain [adj]
sweer 11 8 (Scots) slothful; gr...
swerf 14 11 (Scots) to faint, al...
syker 16 11 (Spenser) sure, cert...
syver 17 11 (Scots) a drain; a g...
taber 10 8 a light medieval dru...
taker 9 9 one who takes [n -S]
taler 9 6 (German) an obsolete...
tamer 9 8 one that tames [n -S...
taper 10 8 to become gradually...
taser 8 5 (tradename) a gunlik...
tater 8 5 (colloquial) a potat...
taver 10 9 (Scots) to wander, r...
tawer 11 8 a maker of white lea...
taxer 14 12 one who imposes taxe...
teers 8 5 TEER, to daub, plast...
terai 8 5 (Hindi) a wide-brimm...
teras 8 5 (Greek) a monstrosit...
terce 11 8 a prayer service hel...
terek 9 9 (Russian) a kind of...
teres 8 5 (Latin) either of tw...
terfe 10 8 (Milton) turf, also...
terfs 11 8 TERF, (Milton) turf,...
terga 9 7 TERGUM, (Latin) the...
terms 10 8 TERM, to designate [...
terne 7 6 to cover with an all...
terns 8 6 TERN, a long-winged...
terra 8 5 (Latin) the earth [n...
terry 15 7 an absorbent fabric...
terse 8 5 succinct [adj TERSER...
terts 9 5 (short for) tetrachl...
there 10 7 that place [n -S]
therm 12 10 a unit of quantity o...
tiers 9 5 TIER, to arrange in...
tiger 10 7 a fierce, striped As...
tiler 10 6 a maker or layer of...
timer 10 8 one that times [n -S...
titer 9 5 the concentration of...
toker 9 9 one that tokes, puff...
toner 7 6 fine powdered pigmen...
toper 10 8 a drunkard [n -S]
toter 8 5 one who totes [n -S]
tower 11 8 to rise to a great h...
toyer 14 7 one who toys, a trif...
trier 9 5 one who tries, also...
truer 9 6 TRUE, corresponding...
tryer 15 7 one who tries, also...
tuber 11 9 an underground stem...
tuner 8 7 one who tunes e.g. p...
tuyer 15 8 a pipe through which...
tweer 11 8 (obsolete) to peer [...
twerk 13 12 to thrust the hips u...
twerp 14 11 a small, impudent pe...
twier 12 8 a pipe through which...
twoer 11 8 (colloquial) anythin...
twyer 18 10 a pipe through which...
tyers 15 7 TYER, one who ties [...
tyler 16 8 a maker or layer of...
udder 9 8 a mammary gland [n -...
ulcer 13 10 to affect with a typ...
umber 12 12 to colour with a bro...
under 8 8 in a lower position...
upper 13 12 the part of a boot o...
upter 11 9 (Australian slang) o...
urger 10 8 one who urges [n -S]
users 9 6 USER, one that uses...
usher 11 8 to escort people to...
uteri 9 6 UTERUS, an organ of...
utter 9 6 complete [adj UTTERE...
vaper 12 12 one who vapes, inhal...
veers 10 9 VEER, to change dire...
veery 16 11 an American thrush,...
verbs 13 12 VERB, a part of spee...
verge 11 11 to come near [v VERG...
verra 10 9 (Scots) very, also V...
verry 17 11 charged or variegate...
verse 10 9 to write in a poetic...
verso 10 9 (Latin) the reverse,...
verst 11 9 (Russian) a unit of...
verts 11 9 VERT, (colloquial) t...
vertu 11 10 a love or taste for...
verve 12 13 the state of being l...
vexer 16 16 one who vexes [n -S]
viers 11 9 VIER, one who vies [...
viler 12 10 VILE, odious [adj]
viner 10 10 a wine grower [n -S]
viper 13 12 a venomous snake [n...
viver 13 13 (dialect) a fishpond...
vomer 11 12 (Latin) any of vario...
voter 10 9 one who votes [n -S]
vower 13 12 one who makes a vow...
wader 11 9 one that wades [n -S...
wafer 13 11 to fasten with an ad...
wager 12 10 to make a bet [v -ED...
waker 12 12 one that wakens, als...
waler 12 9 in India, an Austral...
water 11 8 to sprinkle with a t...
waver 13 12 to move to and fro [...
waxer 17 15 one who waxes [n -S]
weber 13 11 a unit of magnetic f...
weros 11 8 WERO, (Maori) a chal...
wersh 14 10 (Scots) tasteless, i...
where 13 10 the place at or in w...
wider 12 9 WIDE, broad [adj]
wiper 14 11 one that wipes [n -S...
wirer 12 8 one who wires [n -S]
wiser 12 8 WISE, intelligent [a...
wiver 14 12 in heraldry, a drago...
wooer 10 8 one who woos [n -S]
wrier 12 8 WRY, twisted [adj]
wryer 18 10 WRY, twisted [adj]
xeric 18 15 requiring only a sma...
xerox 20 19 to produce by a xero...
xerus 15 13 an African ground sq...
yager 15 9 (German) a huntsman,...
yarer 14 7 YARE, (archaic) nimb...
yerba 16 10 (Spanish) an infusio...
yerds 15 8 YERD, (Scots) to bur...
yerks 16 11 YERK, to tie with a...
yfere 16 10 (obsolete) a friend,...
yoker 15 11 to spit [v -ED, -ING...
zerda 11 15 (Arabic) a desert fo...
zerks 13 18 ZERK, a fitting on a...
zeros 11 14 ZERO, to set at or a...
zoner 10 15 one who zones [n -S]

6 letter words that contains ER

6 letter ER word

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abaser 11 9 one who abases [n -S...
abater 11 9 one who abates [n -S...
abider 12 10 one who abides, or c...
abuser 12 10 one who abuses [n -S...
acater 12 9 (obsolete) an office...
achier 15 11 ACHY, aching [adj]
acider 13 10 ACID, sharp, sour [a...
ackers 14 13 ACKER, (Australian s...
acuter 13 10 ACUTE, sharply point...
adders 10 8 ADDER, a venomous sn...
adhere 11 9 to become or remain...
adorer 9 7 one that adores [n -...
adverb 14 14 a word used to modif...
advert 12 11 an advertisement [n...
aerate 8 6 to put air into [v A...
aerial 10 7 pertaining to the ai...
aeried 9 7 having aeries, e.g....
aerier 9 6 AERY, airy [adj]
aeries 9 6 AERIE, the nest of a...
aerify 18 11 to infuse air into;...
aerily 17 9 AERY, airy [adv]
aerobe 10 9 an organism that req...
aerugo 10 9 a green film that fo...
aether 11 8 the upper region of...
affeer 13 12 (archaic) to assess;...
afters 12 9 the latter part of a...
aggers 12 10 AGGER, (historical)...
agiler 12 9 AGILE, able to move...
aiders 10 7 AIDER, one who aids...
aimers 11 9 AIMER, one who aims...
airers 10 6 AIRER, a frame on wh...
airier 10 6 AIRY, relating to ai...
aivers 12 10 AIVER, (Scots) a dra...
albert 13 10 a kind of watch chai...
aldern 10 9 made of alder wood [...
alders 11 8 ALDER, any tree of t...
alerce 13 10 the wood of the sand...
alerts 11 7 ALERT, to warn [v]
aliner 10 8 one who alines, also...
almery 18 12 a cupboard for sacre...
almner 11 11 a giver of alms; a s...
altern 10 8 (archaic) alternate...
alters 11 7 ALTER, to make diffe...
ambeer 12 12 the spittle produced...
ambers 13 12 AMBER, a fossil resi...
ambery 19 14 a cupboard for sacre...
ambler 14 13 one who ambles [n -S...
ameers 10 9 AMEER, a Muslim gove...
amerce 13 12 to fine or punish [v...
ampere 12 12 a unit of electric c...
ampler 14 13 AMPLE, plentiful [ad...
amuser 11 10 one who amuses [n -S...
anergy 16 11 the failure of the i...
anerly 16 10 (Scots) only [adv]
angers 10 9 ANGER, to make angry...
angler 11 10 one that angles [n -...
ankers 10 11 ANKER, an old wine m...
answer 12 10 to say, write, or ac...
anther 11 9 the part of the stam...
antler 10 8 the horn of an anima...
apercu 15 13 a brief outline [n -...
archer 15 11 someone who uses a b...
arguer 11 9 one who argues [n -S...
arider 10 7 ARID, very dry [adj]
armers 11 9 ARMER, one who arms...
arsier 10 6 ARSY, (Australian sl...
artery 16 8 a vessel that carrie...
artier 10 6 ARTY, artistic in a...
ashery 18 10 a place where potash...
ashier 12 8 ASHY, covered with a...
ashler 13 9 to build with square...
askers 11 10 ASKER, one who asks...
aspers 12 9 ASPER, a Turkish mon...
assert 10 6 to state positively...
astern 9 7 towards the stern [a...
asters 10 6 ASTER, a plant of th...
astert 10 6 (obsolete) to start...
atoner 8 7 one who atones [n -S...
augers 11 9 AUGER, a kind of bor...
aulder 11 9 AULD, (Scots) old [a...
aunter 9 8 (obsolete) an advent...
averse 11 10 opposed, reluctant [...
averts 12 10 AVERT, to ward off [...
avider 12 11 AVID, eager [adj]
avower 14 13 one who avows [n -S]
avoyer 17 12 (French) a chief mag...
awarer 12 9 AWARE, knowing and a...
awners 12 10 AWNER, a machine for...
awnier 12 10 AWNY, bristly like a...
azerty 19 17 designating a Europe...
babier 14 12 BABY, like a baby [a...
backer 16 16 a supporter [n -S]
badder 12 11 BAD, not good [adj]
badger 13 12 to pester or harass...
bagger 14 13 one that bags [n -S]
bailer 13 10 (US) a person who ba...
baiter 12 9 one who baits [n -S]
bakers 13 13 BAKER, one that bake...
bakery 19 15 a baker's shop [n BA...
balder 13 11 BALD, without hair [...
balers 13 10 BALER, one who bales...
balker 14 14 one who, or that whi...
baller 14 11 a person who or a ma...
bammer 14 15 a fool [n -S]
bander 11 11 a member of a league...
banger 12 12 (colloquial) a sausa...
banker 12 14 a person who works i...
banner 10 11 a square flag bearin...
banter 11 10 to exchange mildly t...
barber 14 12 to shave or cut the...
barker 13 13 (slang) a pistol [n...
barter 12 9 to trade by exchange...
basher 14 11 one who bashes [n -S...
basser 12 9 someone who plays th...
baster 12 9 one who bastes [n -S...
bather 14 11 one who bathes [n -S...
batler 13 10 a wooden mallet for...
batter 12 9 to beat repeatedly [...
bauera 11 10 a kind of evergreen...
bawler 16 13 one who bawls [n -S]
baxter 18 16 (obsolete) a baker [...
beader 11 10 one who makes things...
beaker 12 13 a large cup [n -S]
beamer 12 12 a workman or machine...
bearer 11 9 one who bears [n -S]
beater 11 9 one who beats [n -S]
beaver 13 13 to work hard [v -ED,...
bedder 12 11 one that makes up be...
beeper 13 12 a paging device [n -...
beezer 14 18 (Scots) something of...
beiger 13 11 BEIGE, greyish buff...
belier 13 10 one who belies [n -S...
belter 13 10 an impressive perfor...
bender 11 11 a drunken spree [n -...
berake 12 13 to rake all over [v...
berate 11 9 to scold severely [v...
berays 18 11 BERAY, (obsolete) to...
berber 14 12 a type of carpet [n...
bereft 14 12 BEREAVE, to deprive...
berets 12 9 BERET, a flat round...
bergen 12 12 a type of large ruck...
berime 13 12 to compose in rhyme,...
berley 19 12 (Australian) to scat...
berlin 13 11 an old four-wheeled...
bermed 13 13 BERM, to provide a b...
bermes 13 12 BERME, a narrow shel...
berobs 14 12 BEROB, (Spenser) to...
berret 12 9 a round close-fittin...
bertha 14 11 a woman's deep lace...
berthe 14 11 a woman's deep lace...
berths 15 11 BERTH, to moor a shi...
beryls 20 12 BERYL, a semipreciou...
better 12 9 to improve [v -ED, -...
bevers 14 13 BEVER [n]
bibber 17 15 a tippler [n -S]
bicker 17 16 to squabble [v -ED,...
bidder 13 11 one who bids [n -S]
biders 13 10 BIDER, one who bides...
biffer 17 15 in sports, someone w...
bifter 15 12 (slang) a cannabis c...
bigger 15 13 BIG, of large size [...
bikers 14 13 BIKER, one who rides...
bilker 15 14 one who bilks, elude...
biller 15 11 one who bills [n -S]
binder 12 11 one who binds [n -S]
biners 12 10 BINER, (short for) k...
binger 13 12 someone who binges [...
birder 13 10 a birdwatching enthu...
birler 14 10 one who birls, carou...
bister 13 9 a pigment of warm br...
biters 13 9 BITER, that which bi...
bitser 13 9 (Australian slang) a...
bitter 13 9 having a disagreeabl...
blader 13 11 a person skating wit...
blaher 15 12 BLAH, dull, insipid...
blamer 14 13 one who blames [n -S...
blater 13 10 BLATE, (Scots) timid...
blazer 16 19 a light jacket, ofte...
blerts 14 10 BLERT, (colloquial)...
blower 16 13 something or someone...
bluier 14 11 BLUEY, somewhat blue...
boater 11 9 a kind of straw-hat...
bobber 16 15 a bobsleigh rider [n...
bodger 13 12 a maker of beechwood...
bogger 14 13 (Australian slang) a...
boiler 13 10 a vessel for boiling...
bolder 13 11 BOLD, brave, daring...
bolero 12 10 (Spanish) a Spanish...
bolter 13 10 a sieve, a machine f...
bomber 15 15 an aeroplane that ca...
bonder 11 11 one who bonds [n -S]
boners 11 10 BONER, (US slang) a...
bonier 11 10 BONEY, like bone, al...
bonzer 14 19 (Australian slang) v...
booger 12 11 a bogeyman [n -S]
booker 12 13 one who engages ente...
boomer 12 12 a large male kangaro...
booner 10 10 (Australian slang) a...
boozer 14 18 (slang) a drunkard [...
bopper 16 15 one who dances to po...
border 12 10 to be adjacent to [v...
borers 12 9 BORER, one that bore...
bosker 13 13 (Australian slang) v...
bosser 12 9 BOSS, excellent [adj...
bother 14 11 to annoy [v -ED, -IN...
bovver 16 17 (slang) rowdy or vio...
bowers 15 12 BOWER, to enclose in...
bowery 21 14 a colonial Dutch far...
bowler 16 13 a stiff felt hat wit...
bowser 15 12 (tradename) a light...
bowyer 21 14 a maker of archery b...
boxers 18 16 BOXER, a person who...
boxier 18 16 BOXY, like a box [ad...
bracer 15 12 an archer's leather...
braver 14 13 one who braves [n -S...
brawer 15 12 BRAW, (Scots) fine,...
brayer 18 11 an instrument for sp...
brazer 15 18 one that brazes [n -...
breers 12 9 BREER, to sprout abo...
breres 12 9 BRERE, (Spenser) a b...
brewer 15 12 one who brews, also...
briber 15 12 one who bribes [n -S...
briers 13 9 BRIER, a prickly shr...
briery 19 11 thorny, full of brie...
briner 12 10 one that brines [n -...
broker 13 13 to act as a stockbro...
bruter 13 10 one that shapes diam...
bucker 17 17 a hammer for bucking...
budder 13 12 one that buds [n -S]
budger 14 13 one who budges [n -S...
buffer 17 16 to protect against s...
bugger 15 14 to practise buggery...
bugler 15 13 one who plays the bu...
bulger 15 13 a wooden golf club w...
bulker 15 15 (archaic) a street t...
buller 15 12 to seethe, gurgle [v...
bummer 15 16 a disappointment [n...
bumper 16 16 a cup or glass full...
bunger 13 13 (Australian slang) a...
bunker 13 15 to store in a large...
bunter 12 11 a female ragpicker [...
burger 14 12 a hamburger [n -S]
burier 13 10 one who buries [n -S...
burker 14 14 one that burkes, mur...
burler 14 11 one who burls or dre...
burner 12 11 one that burns [n -S...
burrer 13 10 one that burrs [n -S...
busera 12 10 a Ugandan alcoholic...
busher 15 12 a minor league baseb...
busier 13 10 BUSY, occupied [adj]
busker 14 14 a street entertainer...
buster 13 10 a horse-breaker [n -...
butler 14 11 a male servant in ch...
butter 13 10 to spread with a mil...
buyers 19 12 BUYER, one that buys...
buzzer 19 28 an apparatus that ma...
cabers 15 12 CABER, (Scots) a hea...
cabler 16 13 one that supplies a...
cadger 14 12 a scrounger; orig a...
cagers 14 11 CAGER, a basketball...
cagier 14 11 CAGY, shrewd, also C...
cahier 15 11 (French) a number of...
cakier 14 13 CAKY, lumpy, also CA...
calker 15 14 a pointed piece on a...
caller 15 11 one that calls [n -S...
calmer 15 13 CALM, free from agit...
calver 16 14 to prepare fish whil...
camber 16 15 to arch slightly [v...
camera 13 12 an apparatus for tak...
camper 16 15 one who lives in the...
cancer 15 13 a malignant growth [...
caners 12 10 CANER, one who canes...
canier 12 10 CANY, like cane, abo...
canker 13 14 to affect with ulcer...
canner 11 11 one that cans food [...
canoer 11 10 one who travels by c...
canter 12 10 to ride a horse at a...
capers 15 12 CAPER, to leap or sk...
capper 17 15 one whose business i...
carder 13 10 one that does cardin...
career 12 9 to go at full speed...
carers 13 9 CARER, one that care...
carper 15 12 one who carps, criti...
carter 13 9 one who drives a car...
carver 15 13 one that carves [n -...
casern 12 10 a barracks for soldi...
caster 13 9 a small solid swivel...
caters 13 9 CATER, to provide fo...
cauker 14 14 a big lie, also CAUL...
causer 13 10 one who causes [n -S...
cauter 13 10 a hot iron for seari...
cavern 14 14 to hollow out [v -ED...
cavers 15 13 CAVER, one who explo...
cavier 15 13 (obsolete) salted ro...
cawker 17 16 a pointed piece on a...
ceders 13 10 CEDER, one who cedes...
ceiler 14 10 one that ceils [n -S...
celery 20 12 a plant with edible...
censer 12 10 a vessel for burning...
center 12 10 to place at the midd...
cerate 12 9 a stiff ointment com...
cercal 17 13 pertaining to a tail...
cercis 17 12 any tree or shrub of...
cercus 17 13 a sensory appendage...
cereal 13 10 food made from grain...
cereus 13 10 (Latin) a genus of p...
cerges 14 11 CERGE, a large wax c...
cerias 13 9 CERIA, cerium oxide...
cering 14 12 CERE, to wrap in a w...
ceriph 18 14 a line used to finis...
cerise 13 9 a colour, deep to vi...
cerite 13 9 a hydrous silicate o...
cerium 15 13 a metallic chemical...
cermet 14 12 a strong alloy of a...
cerned 12 11 CERNE, (Shakespeare)...
cernes 12 10 CERNE, (Shakespeare)...
ceroon 11 10 a crate or hamper; a...
cerous 13 10 of or like cerium [a...
cerris 14 9 (Latin) a species of...
certes 13 9 (archaic) in truth;...
certie 13 9 as in by my certie,...
cerule 14 11 sky-blue, also CAERU...
ceruse 13 10 white lead, used as...
cervid 16 14 a member of the deer...
cervix 22 20 a necklike opening,...
cesser 13 9 a type of legal liab...
chafer 17 14 any of several kinds...
chaser 15 11 one that chases [n -...
chawer 18 14 one who chaws, also...
cheder 15 12 (Hebrew) a religious...
cheero 14 11 goodbye, also CHEERI...
cheers 15 11 CHEER, to applaud wi...
cheery 21 13 cheerful [adj CHEERI...
cherry 22 13 a fruit [n CHERRIES]...
cherts 16 11 CHERT, a microcrysta...
cherty 22 13 resembling chert [ad...
cherub 18 15 an angel [n CHERUBS...
cherup 18 15 to chirp, also CHIRR...
chewer 18 14 one who chews, also...
chicer 19 14 CHIC, smartly elegan...
chider 16 12 one who chides [n -S...
chimer 17 14 a loose sleeveless r...
choker 16 15 a close-fitting neck...
choler 16 12 anger, irascibility...
cicero 16 12 a printing measure [...
ciders 14 10 CIDER, an alcoholic...
cidery 20 12 like cider [adj]
cierge 14 11 a large wax candle u...
cimier 15 12 (French) the crest o...
cinder 13 11 to reduce to ashes [...
cipher 18 14 to work at arithmeti...
citers 14 9 CITER, one who cites...
cither 16 11 a pear-shaped guitar...
cizers 17 18 (Shakespeare) scisso...
claver 16 14 (Scots) to gossip [v...
clawer 17 13 one who claws [n -S]
clergy 22 14 the body of persons...
cleric 18 13 a member of the cler...
clerid 15 11 a predatory beetle [...
clerks 16 14 CLERK, to serve as a...
clever 16 14 intelligent, dextero...
cloner 13 11 one who clones [n -S...
closer 14 10 one who, or that whi...
clover 16 14 any papilionaceous p...
cluier 15 11 CLUEY, (Australian s...
coaler 13 10 a ship that carries...
coater 12 9 a worker, machine et...
coaxer 18 16 one who coaxes [n -S...
cobber 17 15 (Australian slang) f...
cocker 17 16 to pamper; to indulg...
codder 13 11 a cod fisherman [n -...
coders 13 10 CODER, one who write...
codger 14 12 an old man [n -S]
coerce 15 12 to compel by force o...
coffer 17 15 to put in a strongbo...
cogger 15 13 a flatterer or decei...
cohere 14 11 to stick together [v...
coiler 14 10 one who coils [n -S]
coiner 12 10 one who coins [n -S]
cokier 14 13 COKY, like coke [adj...
colder 14 11 COLD, having no warm...
colter 14 10 a blade on a plow, a...
comber 16 15 one that combs [n -S...
comers 14 12 COMER, one showing g...
commer 15 15 (archaic) a comer [n...
comper 16 15 a person who enters...
conder 12 11 a person who, statio...
confer 14 13 to bestow [v CONFERR...
conger 13 12 a kind of marine eel...
conker 13 14 a horse-chestnut use...
conner 11 11 a kind of wrasse, ak...
cooers 12 9 COOER, one that coos...
cooker 13 13 one that cooks [n -S...
cooler 13 10 (colloquial) a priso...
cooper 14 12 to make barrels [v -...
cooser 12 9 a stallion, also CUS...
cooter 12 9 a kind of turtle [n...
copers 15 12 COPER, to supply a s...
copier 15 12 one that copies [n -...
copper 17 15 to cover with a meta...
copter 15 12 (short for) a helico...
corder 13 10 a person who or thin...
corers 13 9 CORER, a device for...
corker 14 13 one that corks [n -S...
corner 12 10 to gain control of [...
cosher 15 11 to pamper, coddle [v...
cosier 13 9 (Shakespeare) a cobb...
coster 13 9 a seller of fruit an...
cotter 13 9 a medieval peasant i...
couper 15 13 (Scots) a dealer [n...
couter 13 10 a piece of armour fo...
covers 15 13 COVER, to spread som...
covert 15 13 secret [adj COVERTLY...
cowers 16 12 COWER, to cringe [v]
cowier 16 12 COWY, suggestive of...
coxier 19 16 COXY, self-important...
cozier 16 18 (Shakespeare) a cobb...
crater 13 9 to form cavities in...
craver 15 13 one who craves [n -S...
crayer 19 11 a trading vessel, al...
criers 14 9 CRIER, one that crie...
crower 16 12 one who crows, gloat...
crozer 16 18 a tool used in barre...
cruder 14 11 CRUDE, unrefined [ad...
cryers 20 11 CRYER, one that crie...
cubers 16 13 CUBER, a machine for...
cuiter 14 10 (Scots) to wheedle;...
culler 16 12 a person who culls o...
culter 15 11 (obsolete) a knife o...
culver 17 15 a pigeon [n -S]
cumber 17 16 to burden [v -ED, -I...
cummer 16 16 (Scots) a woman, a g...
cunner 12 12 a kind of wrasse, ak...
cupper 18 16 a cupbearer [n -S]
curber 16 13 one who curbs [n -S]
curers 14 10 CURER, one who cures...
curler 15 11 one that curls [n -S...
curser 14 10 one who curses [n -S...
curter 14 10 CURT, abrupt [adj]
cusser 14 10 (Scots) a stallion,...
cutler 15 11 one who sells and re...
cutter 14 10 a powerful motor-lau...
cycler 24 15 (US) a cyclist [n -S...
cyders 20 12 CYDER, an alcoholic...
cypher 24 16 to write in a kind o...
dabber 14 13 a pad for dabbing in...
dacker 14 14 (Scots) to lounge, s...
dafter 12 10 DAFT, insane [adj]
dagger 12 11 to stab with a small...
daiker 11 11 (Scots) to lounge, s...
dakers 11 11 DAKER, to lounge, al...
dammer 12 13 a hard resin used in...
damner 10 11 one who damns [n -S]
damper 13 13 (Australian slang) a...
dancer 12 11 one who dances [n -S...
dander 9 9 (dialect) to stroll,...
danger 10 10 to expose to loss or...
danker 10 12 DANK, unpleasantly d...
dapper 14 13 trim, neat [adj DAPP...
darers 10 7 DARER, one who dares...
darker 11 11 DARK, having little...
darner 9 8 one who darns [n -S]
darter 10 7 a freshwater diving...
dasher 12 9 one who dashes [n -S...
daters 10 7 DATER, one who dates...
dauber 12 11 one who daubs; an un...
dauner 9 9 (dialect) to stroll,...
dawner 12 11 (dialect) to stroll,...
dazers 13 16 DAZER, something tha...
deader 9 8 a dead person [n -S]
deafer 11 10 DEAF, lacking the se...
dealer 10 8 one that deals [n -S...
deaner 8 8 (obsolete slang) a s...
dearer 9 7 DEAR, costly [adj]
decern 12 11 to decree by judicia...
decker 14 14 a person who adorns...
deeder 9 8 DEED, dead [adj]
deeper 11 10 DEEP, extending far...
deeres 9 7 DEERE, (Spenser) a d...
defers 12 10 DEFER, to postpone [...
deffer 14 13 DEF, excellent [adj]
defier 12 10 one that defies [n -...
defter 12 10 DEFT, skilful [adj]
degerm 12 12 to remove germs from...
deicer 13 10 one that deices [n -...
deider 10 8 DEID, dead [adj]
deifer 12 10 DEIF, (Scots) deaf [...
delver 13 12 one who delves [n -S...
denier 9 8 a unit of weight for...
denser 9 8 DENSE, compact [adj]
deperm 13 13 to demagnetize [v -E...
derail 11 8 to cause to leave th...
derate 9 7 to relieve from some...
derats 10 7 DERAT, to rid of rat...
derays 16 9 DERAY, (obsolete) to...
derham 13 12 a Middle Eastern coi...
deride 10 8 to ridicule, mock [v...
derigs 12 9 DERIG, to dismantle...
dering 11 10 DERE, to injure, als...
derive 12 11 to trace to an origi...
dermal 12 11 relating to the derm...
dermas 11 10 DERMA, the true skin...
dermic 15 13 relating to the derm...
dermis 12 10 the true skin, below...
derned 9 9 DERN, to keep hidden...
dernly 17 11 (archaic) secretly;...
derris 11 7 a vine yielding rote...
derros 10 7 DERRO, (Australian s...
derths 13 9 DERTH, (Spenser) dea...
desert 10 7 to abandon [v -ED, -...
deters 10 7 DETER, to hinder or...
dewier 13 10 DEWY, covered with d...
dexter 16 14 a small breed of Ker...
dialer 11 8 one that dials, also...
diaper 12 10 to put a nappy on [v...
dibber 15 13 a planting instrumen...
dicers 14 10 DICER, a device that...
dicier 14 10 DICEY, dangerous [ad...
dicker 15 14 to haggle, to hesita...
didder 11 9 (dialect) to shake [...
dieter 10 7 one who diets [n -S]
differ 15 13 to be unlike [v -ED,...
digger 13 11 one who or something...
dikers 12 11 DIKER, a person who...
dikier 12 11 DIKEY, (colloquial)...
dimers 12 10 DIMER, a molecular c...
dimmer 13 13 a device for dimming...
dinero 9 8 a former Peruvian si...
diners 10 8 DINER, one that dine...
dinger 11 10 anything superlative...
dinker 11 12 DINK, neat [adj]
dinner 9 9 the chief meal of th...
dipper 15 13 a water bird with a...
disker 12 11 one who disks, break...
dither 13 9 to act indecisively...
divers 13 11 sundry, several [adj...
divert 13 11 to turn aside [v -ED...
doater 9 7 one who dotes, also...
dobber 14 13 (Australian slang) o...
docker 14 14 a dock worker [n -S]
dodder 10 9 to walk unsteadily o...
dodger 11 10 one that dodges [n -...
doffer 14 13 part of a carding ma...
dogger 12 11 a two-masted fishing...
domier 11 10 DOMY, like a dome [a...
donder 9 9 (Afrikaans) to beat...
doofer 11 10 a thingummybob The n...
doozer 12 16 an extraordinary one...
dopers 12 10 DOPER, one who dopes...
dopier 12 10 DOPY, lethargic; stu...
dopper 14 13 a little grebe, also...
dormer 11 10 a type of gabled win...
dorper 12 10 a breed of mutton-pr...
dorser 10 7 a covering for the b...
dorter 10 7 (archaic) a dormitor...
dosers 10 7 DOSER, one who doses...
dosser 10 7 a covering for the b...
doters 10 7 DOTER, one who dotes...
dotier 10 7 DOTY, stained by dec...
dotter 10 7 one who dots [n -S]
doucer 13 11 DOUCE, (French) swee...
dourer 10 8 DOUR, determined, su...
douser 10 8 something used for d...
douter 10 8 an extinguisher for...
dovers 12 11 DOVER, (Scots) to do...
dovier 12 11 DOVIE, (Scots) stupi...
dowers 13 10 DOWER, to provide wi...
dowery 19 12 the property which a...
dowier 13 10 DOWIE, (Scots) dull,...
downer 12 11 something that oppre...
dowser 13 10 one who searches for...
dozers 13 16 DOZER, one who dozes...
dozier 13 16 DOZY, sleepy [adj]
draper 12 10 a dealer in cloth [n...
drawer 13 10 one that draws [n -S...
dreres 10 7 DRERE, (Spenser) dre...
driers 11 7 DRIER, an apparatus...
driver 13 11 one who drives [n -S...
droger 11 9 a West Indian sailin...
droler 11 8 DROLE, amusing [adj]
droner 9 8 one who drones [n -S...
drover 12 11 a driver of cattle o...
dryers 17 9 DRYER, an apparatus...
dubber 15 14 one that dubs [n -S]
ducker 15 15 a diving-bird [n -S]
dudder 11 10 to tremble, shudder...
dueler 11 9 one who duels, also...
duffer 15 14 a clumsy person [n -...
duiker 12 12 (Afrikaans) a small...
dukery 18 14 a duke's seat [n DUK...
duller 13 10 DULL, mentally slow...
dumber 14 14 DUMB, incapable of s...
dumper 14 14 a wave that crashes...
dunder 10 10 dregs of sugar-cane...
dunger 11 11 (New Zealand) a dila...
dunker 11 13 one who dunks [n -S]
dunner 9 10 DUN, of a dull brown...
dupers 13 11 DUPER, one who dupes...
dupery 19 13 the act or practice...
dusker 12 12 DUSK, dim, darkening...
duster 11 8 one who dusts [n -S]
duyker 18 14 (Afrikaans) a small...
dykier 18 13 DYKEY, like a lesbia...
dzeren 12 17 a kind of Asian ante...
eagers 10 8 EAGER, a tidal flood...
earner 8 7 one that earns [n -S...
easers 9 6 EASER, one who eases...
easier 9 6 EASY, not difficult...
easter 9 6 one living in the ea...
eaters 9 6 EATER, one who eats...
eatery 15 8 a restaurant, also E...
ebayer 17 11 someone who trades o...
echoer 14 11 one that echoes [n -...
edgers 11 9 EDGER, a tool used t...
edgier 11 9 EDGY, nervous [adj]
eelier 10 7 EELY, like an eel [a...
eerier 9 6 EERY, uncanny, also...
eerily 17 9 EERY, uncanny, also...
effere 13 12 (obsolete) to appert...
eggers 12 10 EGGER, any of severa...
eggery 18 12 a place where eggs a...
eggier 12 10 EGGY, containing egg...
eggler 13 11 (archaic) an egg-dea...
eiders 10 7 EIDER, a large sea d...
either 12 8 relating to one or t...
elater 10 7 a kind of beetle, ak...
elders 11 8 ELDER, a kind of shr...
elmier 12 10 ELMY, full of elm tr...
eloper 12 10 one who elopes [n -S...
eluder 11 9 one who eludes [n -S...
elvers 13 11 ELVER, a young eel [...
embers 13 12 EMBER, a small piece...
emeers 10 9 EMEER, (Arabic) an E...
emerge 11 11 to come into view [v...
emergs 12 11 EMERG, the section o...
emerod 10 10 a haemorrhoid, also...
emerse 10 9 of leaves, rising ab...
emmers 12 12 EMMER, (German) a pr...
emoter 10 9 one who emotes, show...
empery 19 14 empire or power [n E...
enders 9 8 ENDER, one that ends...
energy 16 11 the power required f...
enerve 10 11 (obsolete) to weaken...
enserf 11 10 to make a serf of [v...
entera 8 7 ENTERON, a body cavi...
enters 9 7 ENTER, to go or come...
envier 11 11 one who envies [n -S...
epater 11 9 (French) to shock co...
eperdu 12 11 (French) desperately...
epimer 13 12 a type of sugar comp...
erased 9 7 ERASE, to efface or...
eraser 9 6 one that erases [n -...
erases 9 6 ERASE, to efface or...
erbias 12 9 ERBIA, erbium oxide...
erbium 14 13 a metallic element [...
erects 13 9 ERECT, to build or r...
eremic 14 12 of deserts [adj]
erenow 11 10 before this time [ad...
ergate 10 8 a worker ant, an und...
ergons 10 9 ERGON, (Greek) work...
ergots 11 8 ERGOT, a fungal dise...
eriach 15 11 a murderer's fine in...
ericas 13 9 ERICA, a shrub of th...
ericks 15 13 ERICK, a murderer's...
eringo 10 9 a plant of the genus...
erinus 10 8 any rock plant of th...
erlang 11 10 a unit of traffic in...
ermine 10 10 the stoat; a white f...
erning 10 10 ERNE [v]
eroded 9 8 ERODE, to wear away...
erodes 9 7 ERODE, to wear away...
eroses 9 6 EROS, (Greek) the su...
erotic 13 9 relating to sexual d...
errand 9 8 a message or mission...
errant 9 7 wandering [adj ERRAN...
errata 9 6 a list of printing e...
erring 11 9 mistaken [adj ERRING...
errors 10 6 ERROR, a mistake [n]
ersatz 13 15 a substitute [n -ES]
erucic 17 13 as in erucic acid, a...
eructs 14 10 ERUCT, to belch out,...
erugos 11 9 ERUGO, a green film...
erupts 13 10 ERUPT, to break out...
eruvim 14 14 ERUV, a designated r...
eruvin 12 12 ERUV, a designated r...
ervils 14 11 ERVIL, a European ve...
eryngo 16 11 a plant of the genus...
eskers 11 10 ESKER, a narrow ridg...
espier 12 9 someone who espies [...
esters 10 6 ESTER, a compound fo...
etcher 15 11 one who etches [n -S...
eterne 8 7 everlasting [adj]
ethers 12 8 ETHER, a volatile li...
etrier 10 6 (French) a small rop...
evader 11 11 one that evades [n -...
evener 10 11 something or someone...
everts 12 10 EVERT, to turn insid...
eviler 13 11 EVIL, morally bad [a...
evoker 12 14 one who evokes [n -S...
exergy 23 17 a measure of the max...
exerts 16 13 EXERT, to make an ef...
exiler 17 14 one who exiles [n -S...
expert 18 16 skilled [adj EXPERTL...
exsert 16 13 to protrude [v -ED,...
extern 15 14 an officer in attend...
fabber 16 15 FAB, excellent [adj]
fabler 15 13 a writer of fables [...
facers 15 12 FACER, a sudden diff...
faders 12 10 FADER, a sliding con...
fadier 12 10 FADY, wearing away [...
faerie 11 9 (archaic) the world...
fainer 11 10 FAIN, happy; incline...
fairer 12 9 FAIR, just; pleasant...
fakeer 12 13 a Hindu ascetic, als...
fakers 13 13 FAKER, one who fakes...
fakery 19 15 the practice of faki...
fakier 13 13 FAKEY, fake [adj]
faller 14 11 one who falls [n -S]
falser 13 10 (obsolete) a falsifi...
falter 13 10 to hesitate [v -ED,...
fanner 10 11 one who fans [n -S]
farcer 15 12 a performer in farce...
farers 12 9 FARER, a traveller [...
farmer 13 12 one who farms [n -S]
faster 12 9 one who fasts [n -S]
father 14 11 to be the male paren...
fatter 12 9 FAT, having an abund...
faurer 12 10 FAUR, (Scots) far [a...
fawner 14 13 one who fawns [n -S]
fearer 11 9 one who fears [n -S]
feater 11 9 FEAT, neat, deft [ad...
feeder 11 10 one that feeds [n -S...
feeler 12 10 the antenna of insec...
feered 11 10 FEER, (Scots) to dra...
feerie 11 9 a theatrical extrava...
feerin 11 10 a first guiding furr...
feller 14 11 one that fells [n -S...
felter 13 10 to mat together like...
fencer 14 13 one who fences [n -S...
fender 11 11 a metal guard over a...
ferals 13 10 FERAL, a person who...
ferbam 15 15 a fungicide [n -S]
ferest 12 9 FERE, able [adj]
feriae 11 9 FERIA, a weekday whi...
ferial 13 10 pertaining to holida...
ferias 12 9 FERIA, a weekday whi...
ferine 11 10 of a species which b...
ferity 19 11 the state of being w...
ferlie 13 10 (archaic) a wonder,...
fermis 14 12 FERMI, in physics, a...
ferrel 13 10 to fit with a metal...
ferret 12 9 to search out persis...
ferric 16 12 pertaining to iron [...
ferrum 14 13 iron [n -S]
ferula 13 11 a flat piece of wood...
ferule 13 11 to fit with a metal...
fervid 15 14 warm, ardent [adj FE...
fervor 14 13 great intensity, als...
fester 12 9 to generate pus [v -...
fetter 12 9 to shackle [v -ED, -...
fevers 14 13 FEVER, to affect wit...
fewter 15 12 to set a spear in a...
fibber 17 15 one who fibs [n -S]
fibers 15 12 FIBER, a threadlike...
fierce 15 12 violently hostile or...
fieres 12 9 FIERE, a companion,...
fifers 15 12 FIFER, one who plays...
fikery 20 15 (Scots) fuss, fidget...
fikier 14 13 FIKY, fidgeting and...
filers 14 10 FILER, a person or t...
filler 15 11 one that fills [n -S...
filmer 15 13 one who films [n -S]
filter 14 10 to purify a fluid of...
finder 12 11 one that finds [n -S...
fineer 11 10 to get goods by frau...
finers 12 10 FINER, a refiner [n]
finery 18 12 elaborate adornment...
finger 13 12 to touch with one of...
finner 11 11 a finback whale, als...
firers 13 9 FIRER, a person who...
firmer 14 12 a carpenter's or woo...
fisher 15 11 one who catches fish...
fitter 13 9 one that fits [n -S]
fivers 15 13 FIVER, a five dollar...
fixers 19 16 FIXER, one that fixe...
fizzer 19 27 (Australian slang) a...
flaker 14 14 someone or something...
flamer 14 13 a person who or thin...
flaser 13 10 a streaky appearance...
flayer 19 12 one who flays [n -S]
fleers 13 10 FLEER, to deride by...
fliers 14 10 FLIER, one that flie...
flower 16 13 to blossom or flouri...
fluier 14 11 FLUEY, infected with...
fluter 14 11 one who plays the fl...
flyers 20 12 FLYER, one that flie...
foamer 12 12 something that foams...
fodder 12 11 to feed cattle with...
fogger 14 13 a person who sets ra...
folder 13 11 one that folds [n -S...
fonder 11 11 FOND, having an affe...
footer 11 9 to mess around aimle...
forcer 15 12 one who forces [n -S...
forger 13 11 one that forges [n -...
forker 13 13 one who forks [n -S]
former 13 12 preceding [adj FORME...
foster 12 9 to promote the growt...
fother 14 11 to protect a sail wi...
fouler 13 11 FOUL, offensive to t...
fouter 12 10 (Scots) to mess arou...
fowler 16 13 one that fowls [n -S...
foxier 18 16 FOXY, like a fox, cr...
foyers 18 11 FOYER, a large room...
fozier 15 18 FOZY, lacking in fre...
framer 13 12 one who frames [n -S...
frater 12 9 a monk, a house for...
freers 12 9 FREER, one who frees...
freres 12 9 FRERE, a friar [n]
friers 13 9 FRIER, a pan or cont...
frizer 16 18 one that frizzes, al...
fryers 19 11 FRYER, a pan or cont...
fucker 17 17 a contemptible perso...
fueler 13 11 one who fuels, also...
fueros 12 10 FUERO, (Spanish) a B...
fuhrer 15 12 (German) a leader, a...
fuller 15 12 to groove with a typ...
fumers 14 13 FUMER, one that fume...
fumier 14 13 FUMY, full of fumes,...
funder 12 12 a financial backer [...
funker 13 15 one who funks [n -S]
funner 11 12 FUN, providing enjoy...
furder 13 11 further [adv]
furler 14 11 one that furls [n -S...
fusker 14 14 a piece of software...
fusser 13 10 one that fusses [n -...
gabber 15 14 a chatterbox [n -S]
gacher 16 13 one that gaches, a b...
gadder 11 10 one that gads about...
gaffer 15 14 an old man; a TV lig...
gagers 12 10 GAGER, one who gauge...
gagger 13 12 one who gags [n -S]
gainer 10 9 one who gains [n -S]
gaiter 11 8 a covering for the l...
galere 11 9 (French) a group of...
gamers 12 11 GAMER, a player who...
gamier 12 11 GAMY, tasting like g...
gammer 13 14 an old woman [n -S]
gander 10 10 a male goose [n -S]...
ganger 11 11 a foreman of a group...
gaoler 11 9 one who keeps a gaol...
gapers 13 11 GAPER, a mollusc wit...
gapier 13 11 GAPY, infested with...
gapper 15 14 a person taking a ye...
garner 10 9 to gather and store...
garter 11 8 a band used to suppo...
gasher 13 10 GASH, ghastly [adj]
gasper 13 11 (slang) a cheap ciga...
gasser 11 8 an oil well yielding...
gaster 11 8 to frighten, scare [...
gaters 11 8 GATER, an alligator,...
gather 13 10 to bring together in...
gaufer 13 12 a waffle, also GAUFR...
gauger 12 11 one who gauges; an o...
gauper 13 12 one that gaups, also...
gawker 15 15 one who gawks, stand...
gawper 16 14 one that gawps, also...
gazers 14 17 GAZER, one who gazes...
gazier 14 17 GAZY, given to gazin...
geezer 13 17 (slang) an eccentric...
gelder 12 10 one who gelds or cas...
gender 10 10 a distinction of wor...
genera 9 9 GENUS, (Latin) a tax...
gerahs 13 10 GERAH, a Hebrew unit...
gerbes 13 11 GERBE, (French) a (h...
gerbil 15 12 a desert rodent, als...
gerent 10 9 a ruler or manager [...
gerles 12 9 GERLE, (Spenser) a g...
german 11 12 an elaborate dance [...
germed 12 12 GERM, to put forth b...
germen 11 12 something that serve...
germin 12 12 something that serve...
gerned 10 10 GERNE, (Spenser) to...
gernes 10 9 GERNE, (Spenser) to...
gerund 11 11 a verbal form such a...
getter 11 8 to remove traces of...
geyser 17 10 a type of thermal sp...
gherao 12 10 in India, the surrou...
gibber 16 14 to utter senseless o...
gibers 14 11 GIBER, one who gibes...
gilder 13 10 one who gilds [n -S]
giller 14 10 one that gills, catc...
gimmer 14 14 (Scots) a young ewe...
ginger 12 11 to spice up, make sp...
ginner 10 10 one that gins cotton...
gipper 16 14 one who gips, a swin...
girder 12 9 a large beam, esp. o...
girner 11 9 one who girns, makes...
givers 14 12 GIVER, one that give...
glazer 15 18 one who applies glaz...
glider 13 10 a type of aircraft [...
glover 14 13 a maker or seller of...
glower 15 12 to look or stare wit...
gluers 13 10 GLUER, one who glues...
gluier 13 10 GLUEY, resembling gl...
gnawer 13 12 one who, or that whi...
gofers 13 11 GOFER, a waffle with...
goffer 15 14 to press ridges or p...
goiter 11 8 an enlargement of th...
golder 12 10 GOLD, of the colour...
golfer 14 12 one that golfs, also...
goller 13 10 to make a loud gurgl...
gomers 12 11 GOMER, an unwanted h...
goners 10 9 GONER, one who is in...
goober 12 11 (US) a peanut [n -S]
gooier 10 8 GOOEY, sticky or vis...
gopher 15 13 a name applied to va...
gorger 12 10 one who gorges [n -S...
gorier 11 8 GORY, bloody, also G...
goster 11 8 (dialect) to laugh u...
gouger 12 11 one that gouges [n -...
govern 12 13 to rule or direct [v...
gowder 14 12 GOWD, golden [adj]
gowfer 16 14 one that golfs, also...
grader 11 9 a machine used to cr...
grater 11 8 one that grates [n -...
graver 13 12 an engraving tool, a...
grayer 17 10 GRAY, between black...
grazer 14 17 an animal that graze...
greyer 17 10 GREY, between black...
gricer 15 11 a train-spotter or r...
griper 14 11 one who gripes [n -S...
grocer 14 11 a dealer in food and...
groper 13 11 one who gropes [n -S...
groser 11 8 (Scots) a gooseberry...
grower 14 11 one that grows [n -S...
guider 12 10 a member of the Girl...
guiler 13 10 (Spenser) a deceiver...
guiser 12 9 a person in disguise...
guizer 15 18 a person in disguise...
guller 14 11 someone who deceives...
gulper 15 13 one who gulps [n -S]
gummer 14 15 one that gums [n -S]
gunner 10 11 one that operates a...
gunter 11 10 a topmast arranged w...
gusher 14 11 a gushing oil well [...
gutser 12 9 a greedy person, als...
gutter 12 9 to form channels for...
gutzer 15 18 a greedy person, als...
guyler 19 12 a deceiver, also GUI...
gypper 22 16 one that gyps, swind...
hacker 16 15 one that hacks [n -S...
haeres 11 8 an heir, also HERES...
hafter 14 11 a caviler, a wrangle...
hailer 13 9 one that hails [n -S...
halers 13 9 HALER, a coin of the...
haleru 13 10 HALER, a coin of the...
halier 13 9 a former monetary un...
halser 13 9 a large rope for moo...
halter 13 9 to put restraint upo...
halver 15 13 (Scots) a half-share...
hammer 14 14 to strike repeatedly...
hamper 15 14 to hinder, obstruct...
hander 11 10 one who hands over o...
hanger 12 11 a wood on a hillside...
hanker 12 13 to long for [v -ED,...
harder 12 9 HARD, firm and unyie...
harmer 13 11 one who harms [n -S]
harper 14 11 one who plays the ha...
haters 12 8 HATER, one who hates...
hatter 12 8 to trouble, annoy [v...
hauler 13 10 one who hauls [n -S]
hauter 12 9 HAUT, (French) high;...
havers 14 12 HAVER, to hem and ha...
hawker 16 15 a peddler [n -S]
hawser 15 11 a large rope for moo...
hayers 18 10 HAYER, one who makes...
hayier 18 10 HAYEY, like hay [adj...
hazers 15 17 HAZER, one who hazes...
hazier 15 17 HAZY, like a haze, u...
header 11 9 a dive head foremost...
healer 12 9 one that heals [n -S...
heaper 13 11 one who heaps [n -S]
hearer 11 8 one that hears [n -S...
heater 11 8 an apparatus for hea...
heaver 13 12 one who heaves [n -S...
hedera 11 9 (Latin) ivy [n -S]
heders 12 9 HEDER, (Hebrew) a Je...
hedger 13 11 one that hedges [n -...
heeder 11 9 one who heeds [n -S]
heeler 12 9 a dog that herds cat...
hefter 14 11 one who hefts, lifts...
heifer 14 11 a young cow that has...
heller 14 10 a Czech monetary uni...
helmer 14 12 a film director [n -...
helper 15 12 one who helps [n -S]
hemmer 14 14 one who, or that whi...
henner 10 10 (Scots) a challenge...
hepper 16 14 HEP, well abreast of...
herald 13 10 to proclaim, announc...
herbal 15 12 a book about herbs a...
herbar 14 11 (Spenser) a herb-gar...
herbed 14 12 flavoured with herbs...
herded 12 10 HERD, to bring toget...
herden 11 10 a coarse fabric made...
herder 12 9 one who tends a herd...
herdic 16 12 a low-hung carriage...
hereat 11 8 at this time [adj]
hereby 20 13 not far off [adj]
herein 11 9 contained in this [a...
hereof 13 11 concerning this [adv...
hereon 10 9 upon this [adv]
heresy 18 10 a belief contrary to...
hereto 11 8 to this matter, also...
heried 12 9 HERY, (Spenser) to p...
heries 12 8 HERY, (Spenser) to p...
heriot 12 8 (historical) a payme...
hermae 12 11 HERMA, a type of sta...
hermai 13 11 HERMA, a type of sta...
hermit 14 11 a recluse [n -S]
hernia 11 9 the protrusion of an...
heroes 11 8 HERO, a brave man [n...
heroic 15 11 brave, also HEROICAL...
heroin 11 9 an addictive narcoti...
herons 11 9 HERON, a wading bird...
heroon 10 9 (Greek) a temple to...
herpes 14 11 a skin infection [n...
hersed 12 9 (obsolete) arranged...
herses 12 8 HERSE, (obsolete) a...
heryed 18 11 HERYE, (Spenser) to...
heryes 18 10 HERYE, (Spenser) to...
hetero 11 8 a heterosexual [n -S...
hether 14 10 (Spenser) hither, al...
hewers 15 11 HEWER, one that hews...
hexers 18 15 HEXER, one who hexes...
hicker 17 15 HICK, characteristic...
hidder 13 10 (Spenser) a young ma...
hiders 13 9 HIDER, one who hides...
higher 16 12 to raise, make highe...
hikers 14 12 HIKER, one who hikes...
hiller 15 10 something that hills...
hinder 12 10 to impede [v -ED, -I...
hinger 13 11 one that hinges [n -...
hinter 12 9 one that hints [n -S...
hipper 17 14 HIP, aware of the la...
hirers 13 8 HIRER, one who hires...
hisser 13 8 one who hisses [n -S...
hither 15 10 to come this way [v...
hitter 13 8 one that hits [n -S]
hivers 15 12 HIVER, someone who h...
hoaxer 17 15 one that hoaxes [n -...
hobber 16 14 a machine used in ma...
hocker 16 15 one who hocks, pawns...
hogger 14 12 a stocking without a...
hokier 13 12 HOKEY, overdone, con...
holder 13 10 one that holds [n -S...
holier 13 9 HOLY, perfect in a m...
holler 14 10 to call out or yell...
homers 13 11 HOMER, to hit a home...
homier 13 11 HOMY, homelike, also...
honers 11 9 HONER, a tool for ho...
honker 12 13 a wild goose [n -S]
hoofer 13 11 a professional dance...
hooker 12 12 (slang) a prostitute...
hooper 13 11 one who hoops casks...
hooter 11 8 one that hoots [n -S...
hoover 13 12 to vacuum clean usin...
hopers 14 11 HOPER, one who hopes...
hopper 16 14 a container for grai...
horner 11 9 a person who deals i...
hosers 12 8 HOSER, a person who...
hosier 12 8 a person who makes o...
hotter 12 8 to vibrate, to tremb...
houser 12 9 one who organizes ho...
hovers 14 12 HOVER, to hang suspe...
howker 16 15 a two-masted Dutch o...
howler 16 12 a kind of monkey [n...
huffer 17 15 a blustering bully [...
hugger 15 13 one who hugs [n -S]
huller 15 11 one who, or that whi...
humeri 14 12 HUMERUS, the large b...
hummer 15 15 one who, or that whi...
humper 16 15 someone who carries...
hunger 13 12 to crave [v -ED, -IN...
hunker 13 14 to squat [v -ED, -IN...
hunter 12 10 one that hunts [n -S...
hurler 14 10 one who hurls [n -S]
hurter 13 9 a beam, block, etc....
husher 15 11 to usher, escort peo...
husker 14 13 someone who husks ma...
hypers 21 13 HYPER, an excitable...
iberis 13 9 the candytuft plant...
ickers 15 13 ICKER, (Scots) a sin...
ickier 15 13 ICKY, repulsive [adj...
ickler 16 14 ICKLE, (colloquial)...
idlers 12 8 IDLER, one that idle...
iffier 15 12 IFFY, full of uncert...
imager 12 11 one that images [n -...
inaner 8 8 INANE, empty, sensel...
incher 15 12 something having a s...
inerts 10 7 INERT, something tha...
infere 11 10 (obsolete) in fere,...
infers 12 10 INFER, to reach or d...
inhere 11 9 to be an essential c...
injera 11 16 a type of Ethiopian...
inkers 11 11 INKER, one who inks;...
inkier 11 11 INKY, like ink [adj]
inlier 11 8 an older rock format...
inners 9 8 INNER, in archery, a...
insert 10 7 to put in [v -ED, -I...
intern 9 8 to confine during a...
inters 10 7 INTER, to bury [v]
invert 12 11 to turn upside down...
irater 10 6 IRATE, angry [adj]
ironer 9 7 a machine for pressi...
isomer 11 9 a body or compound w...
issuer 11 7 one who issues [n -S...
iterum 12 10 again, once more [ad...
jabber 16 21 to talk rapidly [v -...
jabers 14 18 as in the Irish oath...
jacker 16 22 one who jacks [n -S]
jadery 18 18 the tricks of a perv...
jaeger 12 17 a German army marksm...
jagers 13 17 JAGER, a German army...
jagger 14 19 a hawker, a pedlar [...
jailer 13 16 a keeper of a jail,...
jamber 15 21 (obsolete) armor for...
jammer 14 21 a person or thing th...
janker 12 20 a long pole on wheel...
japers 14 18 JAPER, one who japes...
japery 20 20 jesting, buffoonery...
jasper 14 18 a red variety of che...
jazzer 18 33 a jazz musician [n -...
jeered 11 16 JEER, to mock, also...
jeerer 11 15 one who jeers [n -S]
jerbil 16 19 (French) a desert ro...
jerboa 13 18 (Arabic) a desert ro...
jereed 11 16 a wooden Oriental ja...
jerids 13 16 JERID, a wooden Orie...
jerked 13 20 JERK, to move spasmo...
jerker 13 19 (US) a kind of fish,...
jerkin 13 20 a kind of jacket [n...
jerque 20 25 to search a vessel f...
jerrid 13 16 a wooden Oriental ja...
jersey 18 17 a knitted shirt [n -...
jester 12 15 one that jests [n -S...
jibber 17 21 to utter senseless s...
jibers 15 18 JIBER, one who jibes...
jigger 15 19 to jerk up and down...
jilter 14 16 one who jilts [n -S]
jimper 16 21 JIMP, (Scots) slende...
jinker 13 20 (Australian slang) a...
jitter 13 15 to fidget [v -ED, -I...
jivers 15 19 JIVER, one who jives...
jivier 15 19 JIVY, jazzy, lively,...
jobber 16 21 a pieceworker [n -S]
jogger 14 19 one that jogs [n -S]
joiner 11 16 a carpenter [n -S]
jokers 13 19 JOKER, one that joke...
jokier 13 19 JOKY, amusing, also...
joller 14 17 one who jols, has a...
jolter 13 16 one who, or that whi...
josher 14 17 one who joshes [n -S...
josser 12 15 (slang) a clergyman...
jotter 12 15 one that jots; a pad...
jowler 16 19 a heavy-jawed hound...
judder 13 18 to vibrate, shudder...
judger 14 19 one who judges [n -S...
juicer 16 19 a juice extractor [n...
jumper 16 22 a type of overall, s...
junker 13 21 (German) a young Ger...
juster 13 16 one who tilts with l...
kaiser 11 10 an emperor, also KEA...
karter 11 10 one who drives go-ca...
kasher 13 12 to prepare food acco...
kedger 12 13 a small steadying an...
keeker 11 14 someone who looks, s...
keeler 11 11 one employed in mana...
keener 9 11 a professional mourn...
keeper 12 13 one who keeps [n -S]
kegger 13 14 a drinking party at...
kegler 13 13 a bowler, also KEGEL...
kelper 14 14 an inhabitant of the...
kelter 12 11 a coarse cloth made...
kemper 14 16 a champion [n -S]
kenner 9 12 one who kens, knows...
kerbed 13 14 KERB, to provide wit...
kerels 12 11 KEREL, (Afrikaans) a...
kereru 11 11 a kind of New Zealan...
kerfed 13 14 KERF, to make an inc...
kermas 12 13 KERMA, a term in phy...
kermes 12 13 a red cochineal-like...
kermis 13 13 (Dutch) in Europe, p...
kerned 10 12 KERN, to be formed w...
kernel 11 12 to envelop like the...
kernes 10 11 KERNE, a medieval fo...
kerria 11 10 a flowering shrub [n...
kersey 17 12 a kind of coarse woo...
kerved 13 15 KERVE, (Spenser) to...
kerves 13 14 KERVE, (Spenser) to...
kewler 15 14 KEWL, (colloquial) c...
keyers 17 12 KEYER, a device that...
kicker 16 17 one that kicks [n -S...
kidder 12 12 a person who kids an...
kierie 11 10 in South Africa, a s...
kilerg 14 13 a thousand ergs [n -...
killer 14 12 one that kills [n -S...
kilter 13 11 good condition, also...
kimmer 14 16 a godmother, also CU...
kinder 11 12 (short for) a kinder...
kipper 16 16 to cure fish by salt...
kisser 12 10 (colloquial) the mou...
kiters 12 10 KITER, one that kite...
knifer 13 14 someone who knifes [...
knower 13 14 one who knows [n -S]
kokers 12 14 KOKER, (Dutch) in Gu...
korero 10 10 a New Zealand word f...
kosher 13 12 to prepare food acco...
krater 11 10 (Greek) a large two-...
kroner 10 11 KRONE, a former mone...
kumera 12 14 (New Zealand) the sw...
laager 11 9 to form a defensive...
lacers 14 10 LACER, one that lace...
lacier 14 10 LACEY, resembling la...
lacker 15 14 to coat with a gloss...
ladder 11 9 to cause a run in a...
laders 11 8 LADER, one who lades...
ladler 12 9 one who ladles; (his...
laered 10 8 LAER, to make a defe...
lagers 12 9 LAGER, to form a def...
lagger 13 11 one who lags, also L...
laiker 12 11 one who sports or pl...
lakers 12 11 LAKER, a fish found...
lakier 12 11 LAKY, full of lakes...
lamber 14 13 a ewe that is lambin...
lammer 13 13 (Scots) amber [n -S]
lamper 14 13 a primitive fish-lik...
lancer 13 11 a cavalryman armed w...
lander 10 9 one who lands [n -S]
langer 11 10 (Irish slang) a peni...
lanker 11 12 LANK, long and thin...
lanner 9 9 a kind of falcon [n...
lapper 15 13 (Scots) to curdle, a...
lapser 13 10 one who lapses [n -S...
larder 11 8 a place where food i...
larger 12 9 LARGE, great in size...
larker 12 11 a catcher of larks [...
lasers 11 7 LASER, a source of h...
lasher 13 9 a rope for binding o...
laster 11 7 a worker who shapes...
lather 13 9 to cover with a ligh...
latter 11 7 the second mentioned...
lauder 11 9 one who lauds, also...
laveer 12 11 (archaic) to sail ag...
lavers 13 11 LAVER, an edible sea...
lawyer 20 12 a member of the lega...
layers 17 9 LAYER, to form a lay...
lazier 14 16 LAZY, disinclined to...
leader 10 8 one that leads or gu...
leaker 11 11 something that leaks...
lealer 11 8 LEAL, (Scots) loyal...
leaner 9 8 one that leans [n -S...
leaper 12 10 one who leaps [n -S]
leaser 10 7 one who leases [n -S...
leaver 12 11 one that leaves [n -...
lecher 16 12 an excessively lewd...
ledger 12 10 (obsolete) an ambass...
leered 10 8 LEER, to look with a...
lefter 13 10 LEFT, pertaining to...
legers 12 9 LEGER, one who sells...
legger 13 11 a bargeman who legs...
leiger 12 9 (obsolete) an ambass...
lekker 13 15 (South African slang...
lender 10 9 one that lends [n -S...
lenger 11 10 LENG, (obsolete) lon...
lepers 13 10 LEPER, one affected...
lering 12 10 LERE, (Scots) to tea...
lesser 11 7 LESS, smaller [adj]
letter 11 7 to inscribe with sym...
levers 13 11 LEVER, to prise open...
levier 13 11 one who levies [n -S...
lewder 14 11 LEWD, sexually sugge...
libber 16 13 (short for) a libera...
libero 13 10 (Italian) a football...
libers 14 10 LIBER, a book of pub...
licker 16 14 one who licks [n -S]
lidger 13 10 (obsolete) an ambass...
lieder 11 8 LIED, a German song...
liefer 13 10 LIEF, (archaic) soon...
lieger 12 9 (obsolete) an ambass...
lierne 10 8 (French) a cross-rib...
liever 13 11 LIEVE [adv]
lifers 14 10 LIFER, a prisoner se...
lifter 14 10 one who lifts [n -S]
ligers 13 9 LIGER, the offspring...
ligger 14 11 a horizontal timber...
likers 13 11 LIKER, one who likes...
limber 15 13 supple [adj LIMBERER...
limier 13 10 LIMY, containing lim...
limmer 14 13 (Scots) a rogue or t...
limner 12 11 a painter of portrai...
limper 15 13 one who limps [n -S]
liners 11 8 LINER, a passenger s...
linger 12 10 to delay departure [...
linier 11 8 LINEY, resembling a...
linker 12 12 one who links [n -S]
linter 11 8 a machine for removi...
lipper 16 13 to ripple [v -ED, -I...
lisper 14 10 one who lisps [n -S]
lister 12 7 a three-pronged spea...
liters 12 7 LITER, (US) a measur...
lither 14 9 LITHE, supple [adj]
litter 12 7 to scatter rubbish a...
livers 14 11 LIVER, to thicken or...
livery 20 13 the identifying unif...
livier 14 11 a permanent resident...
livyer 20 13 a permanent resident...
loader 10 8 one that loads [n -S...
loafer 12 10 a lazy person; a sho...
loaner 9 8 one who loans [n -S]
lobber 15 13 one who lobs [n -S]
locker 15 14 a small cupboard for...
lodger 12 10 one who stays in ren...
loerie 10 7 a type of African bi...
lofter 13 10 a type of golf club...
logger 13 11 one who fells timber...
logier 12 9 LOGY, sluggish, also...
loiter 11 7 to stand idly about...
loller 13 9 one who lolls [n -S]
loners 10 8 LONER, one who avoid...
longer 11 10 one that longs [n -S...
looker 11 11 one that looks [n -S...
looper 12 10 a caterpillar of the...
looser 10 7 LOOSE, slack [adj]
looter 10 7 one that loots [n -S...
lopers 13 10 LOPER, one of a pair...
lopper 15 13 (Scots) to curdle, a...
losers 11 7 LOSER, one who loses...
lother 13 9 LOTH, unwilling, als...
lotter 11 7 someone who rents or...
louder 11 9 LOUD, strongly audib...
louser 11 8 (Irish) a mean, nast...
louver 13 12 a sloping slat place...
lovers 13 11 LOVER, someone who l...
lovier 13 11 LOVEY, fondly affect...
lowers 14 10 LOWER, to appear dar...
lowery 20 12 cloudy, gloomy, lowe...
lowser 14 10 LOWSE, (Scots) loose...
lubber 16 14 a clumsy fellow, als...
lucern 14 12 a fodder plant, aka...
lugers 13 10 LUGER, one who rides...
lugger 14 12 a small 2- or-3-mast...
luller 14 10 one who lulls [n -S]
lumber 15 14 to move heavily and...
lumper 15 14 a labourer employed...
lunger 12 11 one who lunges [n -S...
lunier 11 9 LUNY, crazy [adj]
lunker 12 13 a large game fish [n...
lurers 12 8 LURER, one who lures...
lurker 13 12 one that lurks [n -S...
lusers 12 8 LUSER, a user of a c...
lusher 14 10 a heavy drinker [n -...
luster 12 8 to make lustrous, al...
luters 12 8 LUTER, a lute-player...
luzern 14 18 a fodder plant, aka...
macers 14 12 MACER, an official w...
macher 16 14 (Yiddish) an importa...