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4 letter words that contains FO

4 letter FO word

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bufo 11 11 a black tincture in...
defo 8 8 definitely, as an ex...
foal 9 8 to give birth to a h...
foam 9 10 to form froth or bub...
fobs 11 10 FOB, to cheat, also...
foci 12 10 FOCUS, a point in wh...
foen 7 8 FOE, an enemy [n]
foes 8 7 FOE, an enemy [n]
fogs 10 9 FOG, to cover with c...
fogy 16 11 a person with an old...
fohn 10 10 a warm dry wind, als...
foid 9 8 any mineral of a gro...
foil 10 8 to defeat or baffle...
foin 8 8 to thrust with a spe...
fold 10 9 to double over [v -E...
folk 11 12 a people or tribe [n...
fond 8 9 to display affection...
fone 7 8 FOE, an enemy [n]
fons 8 8 FON, to fool, be foo...
font 8 8 a container for bapt...
food 8 8 nourishment for the...
fool 9 8 to deceive [v -ED, -...
foos 8 7 FOO, a name for a te...
foot 8 7 the terminal part of...
fops 11 10 FOP, to deceive [v]
fora 8 7 FORUM, a public meet...
forb 11 10 any herb which is no...
ford 9 8 to wade across [v -E...
fore 8 7 the front part of so...
fork 10 11 to work with a prong...
form 10 10 to shape or produce...
fort 9 7 to fortify [v -ED, -...
foss 9 7 a ditch, also FOSSE...
foud 9 9 a bailiff or magistr...
foul 10 9 offensive to the sen...
four 9 8 the cardinal number...
fous 9 8 FOU, a bushel [n]
fowl 13 11 to hunt birds [v -ED...
foxy 21 16 like a fox, crafty [...
foys 15 9 FOY, a parting enter...
fozy 18 18 lacking in freshness...
info 8 8 (short for) informat...
mofo 9 10 (US) a motherfucker...
ufos 9 8 UFO, an unidentified...

5 letter words that contains FO

5 letter FO word

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afoot 9 8 on foot [adv]
afore 9 8 before [adv]
afoul 11 10 entangled [adj]
befog 13 13 to fog up, obscure [...
biffo 15 14 (Australian slang) f...
boffo 14 14 a hearty laugh, also...
buffo 15 15 an operatic clown [n...
bufos 13 12 BUFO, a black tinctu...
cuffo 16 15 (US slang) without a...
deffo 12 12 (colloquial) definit...
defog 11 11 to remove fog from e...
foals 11 9 FOAL, to give birth...
foams 11 11 FOAM, to form froth...
foamy 17 13 covered with foam [a...
focal 14 12 pertaining to a focu...
focus 14 12 a point in which ray...
foehn 11 11 a warm dry wind, als...
fogey 17 12 a person with an old...
foggy 19 14 filled with fog [adj...
fogie 11 10 a person with an old...
fogle 12 11 (slang) a silk handk...
fogou 11 11 a manmade undergroun...
fohns 12 11 FOHN, a warm dry win...
foids 11 9 FOID, any mineral of...
foils 12 9 FOIL, to defeat or b...
foins 10 9 FOIN, to thrust with...
foist 11 8 to pass off (on or u...
folds 12 10 FOLD, to double over...
foley 17 11 in filming, the foot...
folia 11 9 FOLIUM, a leaf, a th...
folic 15 12 designating a type o...
folie 11 9 (French) madness [n...
folio 11 9 to number the pages...
folks 13 13 FOLK, a people or tr...
folky 19 15 a performer of folk...
folly 19 12 to act with folly [v...
fomes 11 11 a substance capable...
fonda 9 10 (Spanish) a tavern [...
fonds 10 10 FOND, to display aff...
fondu 10 11 to cook a dish of me...
fonly 17 12 foolishly [adv]
fonts 10 9 FONT, a container fo...
foods 10 9 FOOD, nourishment fo...
foody 16 11 an enthusiast for fo...
fools 11 9 FOOL, to deceive [v]
foots 10 8 FOOT, to walk [v]
footy 16 10 mean [adj FOOTIER, F...
foram 11 11 one of the Rhizopoda...
foray 16 10 to make a raid [v -E...
forbs 13 11 FORB, any herb which...
forby 19 13 (Scots) besides, als...
force 13 11 to compel by strengt...
fordo 10 9 to destroy, also FOR...
fords 11 9 FORD, to wade across...
forel 11 9 (archaic) a kind of...
fores 10 8 FORE, the front part...
forex 16 15 (short for) foreign...
forge 11 10 to counterfeit for f...
forgo 11 10 to refrain from [v F...
forks 12 12 FORK, to work with a...
forky 18 14 resembling a fork [a...
forme 11 11 a body of type secur...
forms 12 11 FORM, to shape or pr...
forte 10 8 (French) one's stron...
forth 13 10 onward in time [adv]
forts 11 8 FORT, to fortify [v]
forty 17 10 a number [n FORTIES]
forum 12 12 a public meeting pla...
forza 13 17 (Italian) force, str...
forze 13 17 FORZA, (Italian) for...
fossa 10 8 a anatomical depress...
fosse 10 8 a ditch or moat, als...
fouat 10 9 a leek, also FOUET [...
fouds 11 10 FOUD, a bailiff or m...
fouer 10 9 FOU, (Scots) drunk [...
fouet 10 9 (Scots) the houselee...
foule 11 10 a fulled cloth, esp....
fouls 12 10 FOUL, to make dirty...
found 10 11 to establish [v -ED,...
fount 10 10 a fountain, a spring...
fours 11 9 FOUR, the cardinal n...
fouth 13 11 (Scots) abundance, a...
fovea 11 12 a shallow anatomical...
fowls 15 12 FOWL, to hunt birds...
fowth 16 13 abundance, also FOUT...
foxed 16 16 FOX, to outwit [v]
foxes 16 15 FOX, to outwit [v]
foxie 16 15 (colloquial) a fox-t...
foyer 16 10 a large room in a th...
foyle 17 11 (Spenser) to foil [v...
foyne 15 11 to thrust with a spe...
infos 10 9 INFO, (short for) in...
mofos 11 11 MOFO, (US) a motherf...
reffo 12 11 (Australian slang) a...
sulfo 12 10 containing a certain...

6 letter words that contains FO

6 letter FO word

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afford 14 13 to have sufficient m...
afocal 15 13 denoting a method fo...
befoam 14 15 to cover with foam [...
befogs 15 14 BEFOG, to fog up, ob...
befool 14 13 to fool; to delude o...
before 13 12 in front of [prep]
befoul 15 14 to make foul [v -ED,...
biffos 17 15 BIFFO, (Australian s...
bifold 16 14 a two-piece door [n...
biform 16 15 having two forms, al...
boffos 16 15 BOFFO, a hearty laug...
buffos 17 16 BUFFO, an operatic c...
carfox 21 19 a place where four r...
defoam 12 13 to remove foam from...
defogs 13 12 DEFOG, to remove fog...
deform 13 13 to spoil the form of...
defoul 13 12 (obsolete) to befoul...
dogfox 19 19 a male fox [n -ES]
effort 14 12 a deliberate exertio...
enfold 12 12 to envelop [v -ED, -...
enform 12 13 (Spenser) to form; t...
filfot 16 13 a swastika, also FYL...
foaled 12 11 FOAL, to give birth...
foamed 12 13 FOAM, to form froth...
foamer 12 12 something that foams...
fobbed 16 16 FOB, to cheat, also...
fodder 12 11 to feed cattle with...
fodgel 14 13 (Scots) plump and so...
foefie 13 12 (South African) as i...
foehns 13 12 FOEHN, a warm dry wi...
foeman 11 13 an enemy in war [n F...
foemen 11 13 FOEMAN, an enemy in...
foetal 12 10 pertaining to a fetu...
foetid 12 10 stinking, also FETID...
foetor 11 9 a stench, also FETOR...
foetus 12 10 the unborn in the wo...
fogash 15 13 a fish, the pike-per...
fogbow 18 17 a nebulous arc of li...
fogdog 14 14 a nebulous arc of li...
fogeys 19 13 FOGEY, a person with...
fogged 14 14 FOG, to cover with c...
fogger 14 13 a person who sets ra...
fogies 13 11 FOGIE, a person with...
fogles 14 12 FOGLE, (slang) a sil...
fogman 13 15 a person who sets ra...
fogmen 13 15 FOGMAN, a person who...
fogous 13 12 FOGOU, a manmade und...
fogram 14 14 a person with an old...
foible 15 13 a minor weakness or...
foiled 13 11 FOIL, to defeat or b...
foined 11 11 FOIN, to thrust with...
foison 11 10 (Scots) physical ene...
foists 13 9 FOIST, to pass off (...
folate 12 10 a form of vitamin B...
folded 13 12 FOLD, to double over...
folder 13 11 one that folds [n -S...
foldup 16 15 an object that folds...
foleys 19 12 FOLEY, in filming, t...
foliar 13 10 relating to leaves,...
folies 13 10 FOLIE, (French) madn...
folios 13 10 FOLIO, to number the...
folium 15 14 a leaf, a thin layer...
folkie 14 14 a performer of folk...
folksy 21 16 having an affected f...
folles 14 11 FOLLIS, a coin of an...
follis 15 11 a coin of ancient Ro...
follow 17 14 to go after or behin...
foment 12 13 to foster or promote...
fomite 13 12 a substance capable...
fondas 11 11 FONDA, (Spanish) a t...
fonded 11 12 FOND, to display aff...
fonder 11 11 FOND, having an affe...
fondle 12 12 to caress [v FONDLED...
fondly 19 14 FOND, having an affe...
fondue 11 12 to cook a dish of me...
fondus 12 12 FONDU, to cook a dis...
fonned 10 12 FON, to fool, be foo...
fontal 12 11 pertaining to a font...
foobar 13 12 Fucked Up Beyond All...
foodie 11 10 an enthusiast for fo...
fooled 12 11 FOOL, to deceive [v]
footed 11 10 FOOT, to walk [v]
footer 11 9 to mess around aimle...
footie 11 9 (slang) football [n...
footle 12 10 to potter about [v F...
footra 11 9 a worthless fig, als...
footsy 18 11 a flirting game play...
foozle 15 19 to manage or play aw...
fopped 16 16 FOP, to deceive [v]
forage 12 11 to search about [v F...
forams 13 12 FORAM, one of the Rh...
forane 10 10 outlying or rural, a...
forays 18 11 FORAY, to make a rai...
forbad 14 13 FORBID, to command n...
forbid 15 13 to command not to do...
forbye 20 14 close by, also FORBY...
forcat 15 12 a convict condemned...
forced 15 13 FORCE, to compel by...
forcer 15 12 one who forces [n -S...
forces 15 12 FORCE, to compel by...
forded 12 11 FORD, to wade across...
fordid 13 11 FORDO, to destroy, a...
foreby 20 14 close by, also FORBY...
foredo 11 10 to destroy, also FOR...
forego 12 11 to go before [v FORE...
forels 13 10 FOREL, (archaic) a k...
forest 12 9 to convert into a de...
forfex 20 19 (Latin) a pair of sc...
forgat 13 11 FORGET, to fail to r...
forged 13 12 FORGE, to counterfei...
forger 13 11 one that forges [n -...
forges 13 11 FORGE, to counterfei...
forget 13 11 to fail to remember...
forgot 13 11 FORGET, to fail to r...
forhoo 13 11 (Scots) to desert or...
forhow 17 14 to desert or abandon...
forint 12 10 a monetary unit of H...
forked 13 14 FORK, to work with a...
forker 13 13 one who forks [n -S]
formal 14 13 regulated, not casua...
format 13 12 to follow the style...
formed 13 13 FORM, to shape or pr...
formee 12 12 a kind of heraldic c...
former 13 12 preceding [adj FORME...
formes 13 12 FORME, a body of typ...
formic 17 15 of or pertaining to...
formol 14 13 a formic aldehyde us...
formyl 21 15 a radical derived fr...
fornix 18 17 an arched anatomical...
forpet 14 12 a measure of grain,...
forpit 15 12 a measure of grain,...
forrad 12 10 (Scots) forward, als...
forray 18 11 (Spenser) to foray;...
forren 11 10 (Milton) foreign [ad...
forrit 13 9 (Scots) forward, als...
forsay 18 11 to forbid, to renoun...
forted 12 10 FORT, to fortify [v]
fortes 12 9 FORTE, (French) one'...
forthy 21 13 (Spenser) therefore,...
fortis 13 9 a consonant, such as...
forums 14 13 FORUM, a public meet...
forwhy 24 16 (archaic) wherefore;...
fossae 11 9 FOSSA, a anatomical...
fossas 12 9 FOSSA, a anatomical...
fossed 12 10 having a fosse, a di...
fosses 12 9 FOSSE, a ditch or mo...
fossil 14 10 the preserved remain...
fossor 12 9 (archaic) a grave-di...
foster 12 9 to promote the growt...
fother 14 11 to protect a sail wi...
fouats 12 10 FOUAT, a leek, also...
fouest 12 10 FOU, (Scots) drunk [...
fouets 12 10 FOUET, (Scots) the h...
fought 16 14 FIGHT, to contend in...
fouled 13 12 FOUL, to make dirty...
fouler 13 11 FOUL, offensive to t...
foules 13 11 FOULE, a fulled clot...
foulie 13 11 (Australian slang) a...
foully 21 14 FOUL, offensive to t...
founds 12 12 FOUND, to establish...
founts 12 11 FOUNT, a fountain, a...
fourth 15 12 number four in seque...
foussa 12 10 (Malagasy) a red-bro...
fousty 19 12 (Scots) mouldy, damp...
fouter 12 10 (Scots) to mess arou...
fouths 15 12 FOUTH, (Scots) abund...
foutra 12 10 a fig, something wor...
foutre 12 10 (Scots) to mess arou...
foveae 12 13 FOVEA, a shallow ana...
foveal 14 14 relating to a fovea...
foveas 13 13 FOVEA, a shallow ana...
fowled 16 14 FOWL, to hunt birds...
fowler 16 13 one that fowls [n -S...
fowths 18 14 FOWTH, abundance, al...
foxier 18 16 FOXY, like a fox, cr...
foxies 18 16 FOXIE, (colloquial)...
foxily 26 19 FOXY, like a fox, cr...
foxing 19 19 the act of a person...
foyers 18 11 FOYER, a large room...
foyled 19 13 FOYLE, (Spenser) to...
foyles 19 12 FOYLE, (Spenser) to...
foyned 17 13 FOYNE, to thrust wit...
foynes 17 12 FOYNE, to thrust wit...
fozier 15 18 FOZY, lacking in fre...
fylfot 22 15 a form of cross like...
gryfon 19 14 a fabled animal part...
infold 13 12 to fold inwards [v -...
inform 13 13 to pass on informati...
outfox 18 17 to outwit [v -ED, -I...
oxford 18 17 a soft durable plain...
reffos 14 12 REFFO, (Australian s...
refold 13 11 to fold again [v -ED...
refoot 11 9 to replace the foot...
reform 13 12 to change to a bette...
rufous 13 11 a reddish or brownis...
samfoo 12 12 (Chinese) an outfit...
tifosi 13 9 TIFOSO, (Italian) a...
tifoso 12 9 (Italian) a fan or d...
tofore 11 9 before [adv]
tufoli 14 11 (Italian) a large ma...
unfold 13 13 to open something th...
unfond 11 13 not fond [adj]
unfool 12 12 to undeceive [v -ED,...
unform 13 14 to unmake [v -ED, -I...
upfold 16 15 to fold up [v -ED, -...
zufoli 17 20 ZUFOLO, (Italian) a...
zufolo 16 20 (Italian) a small fl...

7 letter words that contains FO

7 letter FO word

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aciform 18 16 needle-shaped [adj]
affoord 15 14 (Spenser) to afford...
afforce 18 16 to strengthen a jury...
affords 16 14 AFFORD, to have suff...
airfoil 15 11 part of an aircraft...
alforja 16 20 (Arabic) a saddlebag...
aliform 16 14 wing-shaped [adj]
antifog 14 13 acting to stop a car...
archfoe 18 15 a principal foe [n -...
ausform 15 14 (German) to deform,...
aviform 17 17 birdlike in structur...
balafon 15 15 a musical instrument...
batfowl 20 17 to catch birds at ni...
befoams 16 16 BEFOAM, to cover wit...
befools 16 14 BEFOOL, to fool; to...
befouls 17 15 BEFOUL, to make foul...
bifocal 20 17 having two focal poi...
bifolds 18 15 BIFOLD, a two-piece...
bigfoot 17 15 a large hairy primat...
boffola 18 17 a hearty laugh, also...
buffoon 17 18 a clown [n -S]
catfood 16 14 food for cats [n -S]
chiffon 21 19 a sheer fabric [n -S...
cofound 16 16 to found jointly [v...
comfort 18 16 to console [v -ED, -...
conform 17 17 to become the same o...
damfool 15 15 a stupid person [n -...
defoams 14 14 DEFOAM, to remove fo...
defocus 17 15 to cause to go out o...
deforce 16 14 to withhold by force...
deforms 15 14 DEFORM, to spoil the...
defouls 15 13 DEFOUL, (obsolete) t...
deiform 15 14 having the form of a...
difform 18 17 (obsolete) unlike, i...
disform 16 14 to alter the form of...
dogfood 14 14 food for a dog [n -S...
efforce 18 16 (obsolete) to force...
efforts 16 13 EFFORT, a deliberate...
enfolds 14 13 ENFOLD, to envelop [...
enforce 15 14 to compel, also INFO...
enforms 14 14 ENFORM, (Spenser) to...
eyefold 20 14 a fold of skin of th...
fanfold 16 16 to fold paper like a...
feoffor 17 16 one that grants a fe...
filfots 18 14 FILFOT, a swastika,...
finfoot 15 14 a South American bir...
foaling 15 14 the act of giving bi...
foamers 14 13 FOAMER, something th...
foamier 14 13 FOAMY, covered with...
foamily 22 16 FOAMY, covered with...
foaming 15 16 the act of foaming [...
fobbing 19 19 FOB, to cheat, also...
focally 25 17 FOCAL, pertaining to...
focused 17 15 FOCUS, to bring or a...
focuser 17 14 a device to assist f...
focuses 17 14 FOCUS, to bring or a...
fodders 14 12 FODDER, to feed catt...
foetors 13 10 FOETOR, a stench, al...
fogbows 20 18 FOGBOW, a nebulous a...
fogdogs 16 15 FOGDOG, a nebulous a...
foggage 16 16 (Scots) a grass that...
foggers 16 14 FOGGER, a person who...
foggier 16 14 FOGGY, filled with f...
foggily 24 17 FOGGY, filled with f...
fogging 17 17 the act of obscuring...
foghorn 16 15 a horn sounded in fo...
fogless 16 13 having no fog [adj]
fograms 16 15 FOGRAM, a person wit...
fogydom 22 18 the world of fogies,...
fogyish 24 16 like a fogy, also FO...
fogyism 23 17 an outlook like a fo...
foibles 17 14 FOIBLE, a minor weak...
foiling 16 14 the act of frustrati...
foilist 16 11 one who fences with...
foining 14 14 FOIN, to thrust with...
foisons 13 11 FOISON, (Scots) phys...
foisted 14 11 FOIST, to pass off (...
foister 14 10 one who foists [n -S...
folacin 17 15 a form of vitamin B...
folates 14 11 FOLATE, a form of vi...
folders 15 12 FOLDER, one that fol...
folding 16 15 a fold or pleat; the...
foldout 15 13 a large page, e.g. a...
foldups 18 16 FOLDUP, an object th...
foliage 15 13 the growth of leaves...
foliate 14 11 to number the leaves...
folioed 14 12 FOLIO, to number the...
foliole 15 12 a small structure li...
foliose 14 11 having leaves, also...
folious 15 12 having leaves, also...
foliums 17 15 FOLIUM, a leaf, a th...
folkier 16 15 FOLKY, down to earth...
folkies 16 15 FOLKY, a performer o...
folkish 19 17 characteristic of th...
folkmot 17 18 a general assembly o...
folkway 25 20 a traditional custom...
follied 16 13 FOLLY, to act with f...
follies 16 12 FOLLY, to act with f...
follows 19 15 FOLLOW, to go after...
foments 14 14 FOMENT, to foster or...
fomites 15 13 FOMES, a substance c...
fondant 12 13 (French) a soft swee...
fondest 13 12 FOND, having an affe...
fonding 14 15 FOND, to display aff...
fondled 14 14 FONDLE, to caress [v...
fondler 14 13 one who fondles [n -...
fondles 14 13 FONDLE, to caress [v...
fondued 13 14 FONDU, to cook a dis...
fondues 13 13 FONDUE, to cook a di...
fonning 13 15 FON, to fool, be foo...
fontina 12 12 an Italian cheese [n...
fontlet 14 12 a little font [n -S]
foodery 19 13 a restaurant [n FOOD...
foodful 17 16 able to supply food...
foodies 13 11 FOODIE, an enthusias...
foodism 15 14 avid interest in foo...
foodoir 13 11 a book or blog that...
foolery 20 13 foolish behaviour or...
fooling 15 14 playing the fool [n...
foolish 17 13 lacking good sense o...
footage 13 12 measurement of payme...
footbag 16 15 a small bag filled w...
footbar 15 13 in an aeroplane, a b...
footbed 15 14 the insole in a boot...
footboy 21 15 a page, an attendant...
footers 13 10 FOOTER, to mess arou...
footier 13 10 FOOTY, mean [adj]
footies 13 10 FOOTIE, (slang) foot...
footing 14 13 a foundation [n -S]
footled 14 12 FOOTLE, to potter ab...
footler 14 11 someone who footles...
footles 14 11 FOOTLE, to potter ab...
footman 13 14 a male servant [n FO...
footmen 13 14 FOOTMAN, a male serv...
footpad 15 14 one who robs a pedes...
footras 13 10 FOOTRA, a worthless...
footsal 14 11 a form of associatio...
footsie 13 10 flirtation involving...
footway 22 15 a passage for pedest...
foozled 17 21 FOOZLE, to manage or...
foozler 17 20 one who foozles, foo...
foozles 17 20 FOOZLE, to manage or...
fopling 18 17 a petty fop [n -S]
foppery 24 18 dandyish behaviour [...
fopping 19 19 FOP, to deceive [v]
foppish 21 18 characteristic of a...
foraged 14 13 FORAGE, to search ab...
forager 14 12 one who forages [n -...
forages 14 12 FORAGE, to search ab...
foramen 13 14 a small anatomical o...
forayed 19 13 FORAY, to make a rai...
forayer 19 12 one who makes or joi...
forbade 15 14 FORBID, to command n...
forbare 15 13 FORBEAR, to refrain...
forbear 15 13 to refrain from [v F...
forbids 17 14 FORBID, to command n...
forbode 15 14 to indicate in advan...
forbore 15 13 FORBEAR, to refrain...
forcats 17 13 FORCAT, a convict co...
forceps 19 16 a pair of tongs used...
forcers 17 13 FORCER, one who forc...
forcing 18 16 FORCE, to compel by...
fording 15 14 FORD, to wade across...
fordoes 13 11 FORDO, to destroy, a...
fordone 12 12 FORDO, to destroy, a...
forearm 14 13 to arm in advance [v...
forebay 21 15 a reservoir from whi...
forebye 21 15 close by, also FORBY...
forecar 16 13 a small passenger co...
foredid 14 12 FOREDO, to destroy,...
foregut 15 13 the front part of th...
foreign 14 13 situated outside a p...
forelay 20 13 to wait in ambush [v...
foreleg 15 13 one of the front leg...
forelie 14 11 (Spenser) to lie in...
foreman 13 14 a man who supervises...
foremen 13 14 FOREMAN, a man who s...
forepaw 18 16 the paw of a foreleg...
foreran 12 11 FORERUN, to run in a...
forerun 13 12 to run in advance of...
foresaw 16 13 FORESEE, to see in a...
foresay 19 12 to foretell [v FORES...
foresee 12 10 to see in advance [v...
forests 14 10 FOREST, to convert i...
foretop 15 13 the platform at the...
forever 15 14 an indefinite length...
forexes 19 17 FOREX, (short for) f...
forfair 16 13 (obsolete) to perish...
forfeit 16 13 to lose the right to...
forfend 15 15 (archaic) to protect...
forgave 16 16 FORGIVE, to pardon [...
forgers 15 12 FORGER, one that for...
forgery 21 14 the act of fraudulen...
forgets 15 12 FORGET, to fail to r...
forging 16 15 the act of forging,...
forgive 17 16 to pardon [v FORGAVE...
forgoer 14 12 one who forgoes [n -...
forgoes 14 12 FORGO, to refrain fr...
forgone 13 13 FORGO, to refrain fr...
forhent 15 13 to overtake, also FO...
forhoos 15 12 FORHOO, (Scots) to d...
forhows 19 15 FORHOW, to desert or...
forints 14 11 FORINT, a monetary u...
forkers 15 14 FORKER, one who fork...
forkful 19 19 as much as a fork ca...
forkier 15 14 FORKY, resembling a...
forking 16 17 FORK, to work with a...
forlana 13 12 a dance of old Venic...
forlend 14 13 to grant beforehand,...
forlent 14 12 FORELEND, to grant b...
forlese 14 11 to lose, forsake [v...
forlore 14 11 FORLESE, to lose, fo...
forlorn 14 12 forsaken [adj FORLOR...
formals 16 14 FORMAL, a social eve...
formant 14 14 a component of a spe...
formate 14 13 to fly in formation...
formats 15 13 FORMAT, to follow th...
formees 14 13 FORMEE, a kind of he...
formers 15 13 FORMER, someone or s...
formful 19 18 exhibiting good form...
formica 18 16 any of various lamin...
forming 16 16 the process of formi...
formols 16 14 FORMOL, a formic ald...
formula 16 15 a prescribed or set...
formyls 23 16 FORMYL, a radical de...
fornent 12 12 (Scots) right opposi...
forpets 16 13 FORPET, a measure of...
forpine 15 14 to waste away [v FOR...
forpits 17 13 FORPIT, a measure of...
forrads 14 11 FORRAD, a forward [n...
forrays 20 12 FORRAY, (Spenser) to...
forsaid 14 11 FORSAY, to forbid, t...
forsake 14 14 to quit or leave ent...
forsays 20 12 FORSAY, to forbid, t...
forsloe 14 11 to delay, also FORSL...
forslow 18 14 to delay, also FORES...
forsook 14 14 FORSAKE, to quit or...
forties 14 10 FORTY, a number [n]
fortify 23 15 to strengthen agains...
forting 15 13 FORT, to fortify [v]
fortlet 15 11 a little fort [n -S]
fortune 13 12 to endow with wealth...
forward 17 14 to help onward [v -E...
forwarn 16 14 to warn in advance,...
forwent 16 14 FORGO, to refrain fr...
forworn 16 14 worn out, also FOREW...
forzati 17 19 FORZATO, a suddenly...
forzato 16 19 a suddenly emphasise...
fossate 13 10 having a fossa, an a...
fossick 19 17 (Australian slang) t...
fossils 16 11 FOSSIL, the preserve...
fossors 14 10 FOSSOR, (archaic) a...
fossula 15 12 a small depression [...
fosters 14 10 FOSTER, to promote t...
fothers 16 12 FOTHER, to protect a...
foudrie 14 12 the jurisdiction of...
fouette 13 11 (French) a ballet-st...
fougade 14 14 a small mine, in the...
foughty 24 17 (dialect) musty, mou...
foulard 15 13 a soft lightweight p...
foulder 15 13 (Spenser) to thunder...
foulest 15 12 FOUL, offensive to t...
foulies 15 12 FOULIE, (Australian...
fouling 16 15 a deposit or crust [...
foumart 15 14 a polecat, also FOUL...
founded 13 14 FOUND, to establish...
founder 13 13 to become disabled [...
foundry 20 15 a building where met...
fourgon 14 14 (French) a baggage-w...
fourses 14 11 (dialect) a snack ta...
fourths 17 13 FOURTH, one of four...
foussas 14 11 FOUSSA, (Malagasy) a...
fouters 14 11 FOUTER, (Scots) to m...
foutras 14 11 FOUTRA, a fig, somet...
foutred 14 12 FOUTRE, (Scots) to m...
foutres 14 11 FOUTRE, (Scots) to m...
foveate 14 14 pitted, also FOVEATE...
foveola 15 15 a small fovea, also...
foveole 15 15 a small fovea, also...
fowlers 18 14 FOWLER, one that fow...
fowling 19 17 the hunting of birds...
fowlpox 26 24 a virus disease of p...
foxfire 22 20 a glow produced by c...
foxfish 25 22 a large shark [n -ES...
foxhole 22 20 a small battle entre...
foxhunt 22 21 to hunt foxes with h...
foxiest 20 17 FOXY, like a fox, cr...
foxings 21 20 FOXING, the act of a...
foxlike 22 22 resembling a fox in...
foxship 25 22 craftiness [n -S]
foxskin 21 22 the skin of a fox [n...
foxtail 21 18 the tail of a fox [n...
foxtrot 20 17 to dance in a partic...
foyboat 21 15 on Tyneside, a small...
foyling 22 16 FOYLE, (Spenser) to...
foyning 20 16 FOYNE, to thrust wit...
foziest 17 19 FOZY, lacking in fre...
fylfots 24 16 FYLFOT, a form of cr...
griffon 17 16 a dog like a coarse-...
gryfons 21 15 GRYFON, a fabled ani...
hayfork 23 18 a tool for pitching...
hotfoot 15 12 to hurry [v -ED, -IN...
infolds 15 13 INFOLD, to fold inwa...
inforce 16 14 to compel, also ENFO...
informs 15 14 INFORM, to pass on i...
isoform 15 13 one of two or more p...
jetfoil 17 20 a hydrofoil powered...
kinfolk 17 20 people related to on...
megafog 16 17 a fog signal with me...
menfolk 16 19 the men of a family...
merfolk 17 18 mermen and mermaids...
milfoil 18 15 a yarrow, or other s...
misform 17 16 to make in an ill fo...
nonfood 11 13 an item that is not...
onefold 13 13 single-minded [adj]
opgefok 17 19 (Afrikaans) fucked u...
outfool 14 12 to surpass in foolin...
outfoot 13 11 to surpass in speed...
oviform 17 17 shaped like an egg [...
oxfords 20 18 OXFORD, a soft durab...
pakfong 17 20 a Chinese alloy of n...
payfone 20 16 a coin-operated publ...
peafowl 19 17 a large pheasant [n...
penfold 16 16 a place in which str...
perform 17 16 to begin and carry t...
piefort 16 13 an unusually thick c...
pinfold 17 16 a place in which str...
plafond 16 16 (French) a decorated...
preform 17 16 to form beforehand [...
redfoot 13 11 a fatal disease of n...
refocus 17 14 to focus again [v RE...
refolds 15 12 REFOLD, to fold agai...
refoots 13 10 REFOOT, to replace t...
reforge 14 12 to forge again [v RE...
reforms 15 13 REFORM, to change to...
refound 13 13 to found again [v -E...
riffola 17 14 (colloquial) the use...
samfoos 14 13 SAMFOO, (Chinese) an...
seafoam 13 13 foam formed on the s...
seafolk 15 15 seafaring people [n...
seafood 12 11 edible fish or shell...
seafowl 17 14 a seabird [n -S]
sexfoil 21 18 a window, design etc...
sixfold 22 19 being six times as g...
sulfone 14 13 a sulfur compound, a...
tartufo 14 11 (Italian) a dessert...
telford 15 12 a road made of stone...
tenfold 14 13 ten times as much [n...
tifosos 14 10 TIFOSO, (Italian) a...
tinfoil 15 12 a thin metal sheetin...
tomfool 15 14 to play the fool [v...
trefoil 15 11 a plant having three...
trifold 16 12 having three parts [...
trifoly 22 13 a plant having three...
triform 16 13 having three forms [...
twifold 19 15 twofold, also TWAFAL...
twofold 18 15 an amount twice as g...
twyfold 25 17 twofold, also TWAFAL...
ufology 22 16 the study of unident...
unfolds 15 14 UNFOLD, to open some...
unfools 14 13 UNFOOL, to undeceive...
unforms 15 15 UNFORM, to unmake [v...
unfound 13 15 not found [adj]
uniform 15 15 consistent [adj UNIF...
upfolds 18 16 UPFOLD, to fold up [...
wamefou 17 17 a bellyful, also WAM...
webfoot 18 16 a foot with the toes...
zoeform 17 22 like a zoea, the lar...
zuffoli 21 24 ZUFFOLO, a small flu...
zuffolo 20 24 a small flute to tra...
zufolos 18 21 ZUFOLO, (Italian) a...

8 letter words that contains FO

8 letter FO word

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aeriform 16 14 having the form of a...
aerofoil 15 12 a structure which gi...
affogato 17 16 (Italian) a dessert...
affoords 17 15 AFFOORD, (Spenser) t...
afforced 20 18 AFFORCE, to strength...
afforces 20 17 AFFORCE, to strength...
afforded 17 16 AFFORD, to have suff...
afforest 17 14 to cover with forest...
airfoils 17 12 AIRFOIL, part of an...
alforjas 18 21 ALFORJA, (Arabic) a...
antifoam 15 15 reducing or preventi...
archfoes 20 16 ARCHFOE, a principal...
arciform 20 17 having the form of a...
auriform 17 15 ear shaped [adj]
ausforms 17 15 AUSFORM, (German) to...
babyfood 25 20 food prepared for ba...
balafons 17 16 BALAFON, a musical i...
barefoot 16 14 being without shoes...
batfowls 22 18 BATFOWL, to catch bi...
befoamed 17 18 BEFOAM, to cover wit...
befogged 19 19 BEFOG, to fog up, ob...
befooled 17 16 BEFOOL, to fool; to...
befouled 18 17 BEFOUL, to make foul...
befouler 18 16 one who befouls [n -...
bifocals 22 18 spectacles with bifo...
biforate 17 14 having two perforati...
biforked 19 19 divided into two bra...
biformed 19 18 having two forms, al...
bigfoots 19 16 BIGFOOT, to throw on...
billfold 22 18 a wallet [n -S]
boffolas 20 18 BOFFOLA, a hearty la...
buffoons 19 19 BUFFOON, a clown [n]
cacafogo 21 19 (Spanish) a spitfire...
califont 19 16 (tradename) a kind o...
carfoxes 24 21 CARFOX, a place wher...
catfoods 18 15 CATFOOD, food for ca...
chiffons 23 20 CHIFFON, a sheer fab...
chiffony 29 22 like chiffon [adj]
clafouti 20 16 a dessert consisting...
clubfoot 22 19 a deformed foot [n C...
cofounds 18 17 COFOUND, to found jo...
coliform 21 18 any of a group of ro...
comforts 20 17 COMFORT, to console...
confocal 21 19 of a type of microsc...
conforms 19 18 CONFORM, to become t...
confound 17 18 to confuse, frustrat...
coniform 19 18 in the shape of a co...
crowfoot 21 17 a wild flower, aka b...
cubiform 23 21 shaped like a cube [...
cuniform 20 19 a wedge-shaped scrip...
daffodil 19 17 a yellow-flowered na...
damfools 17 16 DAMFOOL, a stupid pe...
defoamed 15 16 DEFOAM, to remove fo...
defoamer 15 15 an agent used for de...
defogged 17 17 DEFOG, to remove fog...
defogger 17 16 an agent used for de...
deforced 18 16 DEFORCE, to withhold...
deforcer 18 15 one who deforces, ke...
deforces 18 15 DEFORCE, to withhold...
deforest 15 12 to remove the trees...
deformed 16 16 DEFORM, to spoil the...
deformer 16 15 one who deforms [n -...
defouled 16 15 DEFOUL, (obsolete) t...
disforms 18 15 DISFORM, to alter th...
dogfoods 16 15 DOGFOOD, food for a...
dogfoxes 22 21 DOGFOX, a male fox [...
duckfoot 20 20 as in duckfoot quote...
dumfound 17 19 to strike dumb; to c...
efforced 20 18 EFFORCE, (obsolete)...
efforces 20 17 EFFORCE, (obsolete)...
enfolded 15 15 ENFOLD, to envelop [...
enfolder 15 14 one who enfolds [n -...
enforced 17 16 ENFORCE, to compel,...
enforcer 17 15 one that enforces [n...
enforces 17 15 ENFORCE, to compel,...
enforest 14 12 to turn into forest...
enformed 15 16 ENFORM, (Spenser) to...
ensiform 16 15 in botany, sword-sha...
epifocal 21 18 pertaining to the po...
eyefolds 22 15 EYEFOLD, a fold of s...
fanfolds 18 17 FANFOLD, to fold pap...
feoffors 19 17 FEOFFOR, one that gr...
filiform 21 18 shaped like a filame...
finfoots 17 15 FINFOOT, a South Ame...
fivefold 21 20 five times as great...
flatfoot 18 15 to walk with a dragg...
flatform 20 18 a thick, level sole...
foalfoot 17 15 a plant with large s...
foalings 17 15 FOALING, the act of...
foamable 18 18 able to foam [adj]
foamiest 16 14 FOAMY, covered with...
foamings 17 17 FOAMING, the act of...
foamless 17 15 without foam [adj]
foamlike 18 19 like foam [adj]
focaccia 24 20 a flat Italian bread...
focalise 19 15 to focus, also FOCAL...
focalize 22 24 to focus, also FOCAL...
focusers 19 15 FOCUSER, a device to...
focusing 20 18 the act of bringing...
focussed 19 16 FOCUS, to bring or a...
focusses 19 15 FOCUS, to bring or a...
foddered 15 14 FODDER, to feed catt...
fodderer 15 13 someone who supplies...
foedarie 14 12 (Shakespeare) a conf...
foetider 15 12 FOETID, stinking, al...
foetidly 23 15 FOETID, stinking, al...
foetuses 15 12 FOETUS, the unborn i...
fogashes 18 15 FOGASH, a fish, the...
fogbound 18 19 surrounded by fog [a...
fogeydom 23 19 the world of fogies,...
fogeyish 25 17 like a fogy, also FO...
fogeyism 24 18 an outlook like a fo...
fogfruit 20 17 an American flowerin...
foggages 18 17 FOGGAGE, (Scots) a g...
foggiest 18 15 FOGGY, filled with f...
foggings 19 18 FOGGING, the act of...
foghorns 18 16 FOGHORN, a horn soun...
foglight 22 18 a motor-vehicle ligh...
fogydoms 24 19 FOGYDOM, the world o...
fogyisms 25 18 FOGYISM, an outlook...
foilable 19 16 able to be foiled [a...
foilings 18 15 FOILING, the act of...
foilists 18 12 FOILIST, one who fen...
foilsman 17 16 a fencer [n FOILSMEN...
foilsmen 17 16 FOILSMAN, a fencer [...
foisters 16 11 FOISTER, one who foi...
foisting 17 14 FOIST, to pass off (...
folacins 19 16 FOLACIN, a form of v...
foldable 19 17 able to be folded [a...
foldaway 25 18 designed to fold out...
foldback 23 23 in multitrack record...
foldboat 18 16 a collapsible boat r...
folderol 17 14 nonsense, also FALDE...
foldings 18 16 FOLDING, a fold or p...
foldouts 17 14 FOLDOUT, a large pag...
foliaged 17 15 having foliage [adj]
foliages 17 14 FOLIAGE, the growth...
foliated 16 13 FOLIATE, to number t...
foliates 16 12 FOLIATE, to number t...
folioing 17 15 FOLIO, to number the...
folioles 17 13 FOLIOLE, a small str...
folkiest 18 16 FOLKY, down to earth...
folkland 18 19 in Old English times...
folklife 21 20 the traditions, skil...
folklike 20 21 having the quality o...
folklore 18 17 the beliefs and trad...
folkmoot 18 19 a general assembly o...
folkmote 18 19 a general assembly o...
folkmots 19 19 FOLKMOT, a general a...
folksier 18 16 FOLKSY, having an af...
folksily 26 19 FOLKSY, having an af...
folksong 18 19 a song of the folk m...
folktale 18 17 a tale from the oral...
folkways 27 21 FOLKWAY, a tradition...
follicle 22 17 any small sac-like s...
followed 20 17 FOLLOW, to go after...
follower 20 16 one that follows [n...
followup 23 20 a news article that...
follying 25 18 FOLLY, to act with f...
fomented 15 16 FOMENT, to foster or...
fomenter 15 15 one who foments [n -...
fondants 14 14 FONDANT, (French) a...
fondlers 16 14 FONDLER, one who fon...
fondling 17 17 a pet, a fool [n -S]
fondness 14 14 affection [n -ES]
fonduing 16 17 FONDU, to cook a dis...
fontanel 14 14 a membrane-covered g...
fontange 14 15 a kind of tall head-...
fontinas 14 13 FONTINA, an Italian...
fontlets 16 13 FONTLET, a little fo...
foodbank 17 20 a charitable organiz...
foodisms 17 15 FOODISM, avid intere...
foodland 15 15 land for the product...
foodless 16 13 without food [adj]
foodoirs 15 12 FOODOIR, a book or b...
foodshed 17 15 the area through whi...
foodways 24 17 the eating habits of...
foofaraw 19 17 frills and flashy fi...
foolfish 21 17 a marine fish, the o...
foolings 17 15 FOOLING, playing the...
foolscap 21 18 a paper size [n -S]
foosball 19 16 (US) table football,...
footages 15 13 FOOTAGE, measurement...
footbags 18 16 FOOTBAG, a small bag...
football 19 16 a large ball for kic...
footbars 17 14 FOOTBAR, in an aerop...
footbath 19 16 a bath for the feet...
footbeds 17 15 FOOTBED, the insole...
footboys 23 16 FOOTBOY, a page, an...
footered 14 12 FOOTER, to mess arou...
footfall 19 16 the sound of a foots...
footgear 15 13 covering for the fee...
foothill 20 15 a low hill at the ba...
foothold 18 15 a secure support for...
footiest 15 11 FOOTY, mean [adj]
footings 16 14 FOOTING, a foundatio...
footlers 16 12 FOOTLER, someone who...
footless 16 12 without feet [adj]
footlike 17 16 resembling a foot [a...
footling 17 15 the act of pottering...
footlong 16 15 a hotdog one foot lo...
footmark 17 18 a mark left by the f...
footmuff 21 21 a muff for keeping t...
footnote 13 12 to supply with an ex...
footpace 19 17 (obsolete) a walking...
footpads 17 15 FOOTPAD, one who rob...
footpage 17 16 a page, an attendant...
footpath 19 16 a path for pedestria...
footpost 17 14 a messenger who trav...
footpump 21 21 a pump held or opera...
footrace 17 14 a race run on foot [...
footrest 15 11 a support for the fe...
footrope 16 14 a rope used in saili...
footrule 16 13 a ruler which is a f...
footsals 16 12 FOOTSAL, a form of a...
footsies 15 11 FOOTSY, a flirting g...
footslog 17 14 to march or tramp [v...
footsore 14 11 having sore or tired...
footstep 17 14 a step with the foot...
footwall 20 16 the layer of rock be...
footways 24 16 FOOTWAY, a passage f...
footwear 17 14 anything worn on the...
footwell 20 16 the area in front of...
footwork 19 18 the management of th...
footworn 17 15 worn by the passing...
foozlers 19 21 FOOZLER, one who foo...
foozling 20 24 the act of bungling...
foplings 20 18 FOPLING, a petty fop...
foragers 16 13 FORAGER, one who for...
foraging 17 16 FORAGE, to search ab...
foramens 15 15 FORAMEN, a small ana...
foramina 15 15 FORAMEN, a small ana...
forayers 21 13 FORAYER, one who mak...
foraying 22 16 FORAY, to make a rai...
forbears 17 14 FORBEAR, to refrain...
forbidal 19 16 the act of forbiddin...
forboded 17 16 FORBODE, to indicate...
forbodes 17 15 FORBODE, to indicate...
forborne 16 15 FORBEAR, to refrain...
forcedly 26 18 FORCED [adv]
forceful 22 19 full of strength [ad...
forceout 18 15 a play by which a ru...
forcible 22 18 having force [adj FO...
forcibly 29 20 FORCIBLE, having for...
forcipes 21 17 FORCEPS, a pair of t...
fordable 18 16 able to be forded [a...
fordless 17 13 unable to be forded...
fordoing 16 15 FORDO, to destroy, a...
fordonne 13 14 in Spenserian phrase...
forearms 16 14 FOREARM, to arm in a...
forebays 23 16 FOREBAY, a reservoir...
forebear 16 14 an ancestor [n -S]
forebitt 18 14 a post for fastening...
forebode 16 15 to indicate in advan...
forebody 23 17 the forward part of...
foreboom 17 17 the boom of a ship's...
forecars 18 14 FORECAR, a small pas...
forecast 18 14 to estimate in advan...
foredate 14 12 to date before the t...
foredeck 19 19 the forward part of...
foredoes 14 12 FOREDO, to destroy,...
foredone 13 13 FOREDO, to destroy,...
foredoom 15 15 to doom in advance [...
foreface 19 17 the front part of th...
forefeel 17 15 to have a premonitio...
forefeet 16 14 FOREFOOT, one of the...
forefelt 18 15 FOREFEEL, to have a...
forefend 16 16 to protect, also FOR...
forefoot 16 14 one of the front fee...
foregoer 15 13 one who goes before...
foregoes 15 13 FOREGO, to go before...
foregone 14 14 FOREGO, to go before...
foreguts 17 14 FOREGUT, the front p...
forehand 16 15 a type of tennis str...
forehead 16 14 the part of the face...
forehent 16 14 to overtake, also FO...
forehock 21 20 a foreleg cut of bac...
forehoof 18 16 the hoof of a forefo...
foreking 17 18 a preceding king [n...
foreknew 18 19 FOREKNOW, to know be...
foreknow 18 19 to know beforehand [...
forelady 22 15 a woman who supervis...
forelaid 16 13 FORELAY, to wait in...
forelain 15 13 FORELAY, to wait in...
foreland 15 14 a projecting mass of...
forelays 22 14 FORELAY, to wait in...
forelegs 17 14 FORELEG, one of the...
forelend 15 14 to grant beforehand,...
forelent 15 13 FORELEND, to grant b...
forelies 16 12 FORELIE, (Spenser) t...
forelift 19 15 (Spenser) to lift up...
forelimb 20 18 a front limb e.g. of...
forelock 20 19 to fasten with a cot...
foremast 16 14 the forward mast of...
foremean 14 15 to intend beforehand...
foremilk 19 19 the milk secreted im...
foremost 16 14 first in position [a...
forename 14 15 a first name [n -S]
forenoon 12 13 the period of daylig...
forensic 18 15 belonging to courts...
forepart 17 14 the front part [n -S...
forepast 17 14 (obsolete) former, b...
forepaws 20 17 FOREPAW, the paw of...
forepeak 17 18 the forward part of...
foreplan 17 16 to plan beforehand [...
foreplay 24 17 erotic stimulation p...
forerank 15 16 the first rank [n -S...
foreread 14 12 to foretell [v FORER...
foreruns 15 13 FORERUN, to run in a...
foresaid 15 12 FORESAY, to foretell...
foresail 16 12 the lowest sail set...
foresays 21 13 FORESAY, to foretell...
foreseen 13 12 FORESEE, to see in a...
foreseer 14 11 one who foresees [n...
foresees 14 11 FORESEE, to see in a...
foreshew 20 16 to presage, also FOR...
foreship 20 16 the front of a ship...
foreshow 20 16 to predict, also FOR...
foreside 15 12 the front side [n -S...
foreskin 16 16 a fold of skin cover...
foreslow 19 15 (Shakespeare) to del...
forestal 16 12 of or pertaining to...
forestay 21 13 a rope or wire used...
forested 15 12 FOREST, to convert i...
forester 15 11 one skilled in fores...
forestry 22 13 the science of plant...
foretell 17 13 to tell about in adv...
foretime 16 14 the past; the time b...
foretold 16 13 FORETELL, to tell ab...
foretops 17 14 FORETOP, the platfor...
forevers 17 15 FOREVER, an indefini...
foreward 18 15 (archaic) to guard (...
forewarn 17 15 to warn in advance,...
forewent 17 15 FOREGO, to go before...
forewind 18 16 a wind from the fore...
forewing 19 17 an anterior wing of...
foreword 18 15 an introductory stat...
foreworn 17 15 worn out, also FORWO...
foreyard 21 14 the lowest yard on a...
forfairn 17 15 FORFAIR, (obsolete)...
forfairs 18 14 FORFAIR, (obsolete)...
forfault 19 16 forfeiture [n -S]
forfeits 18 14 FORFEIT, to lose the...
forfends 17 16 FORFEND, (archaic) t...
forfexes 23 21 FORFEX, (Latin) a pa...
forgeman 16 17 an iron worker [n FO...
forgemen 16 17 FORGEMAN, an iron wo...
forgings 18 16 FORGING, the act of...
forgiven 18 18 FORGIVE, to pardon [...
forgiver 19 17 one who forgives [n...
forgives 19 17 FORGIVE, to pardon [...
forgoers 16 13 FORGOER, one who for...
forgoing 17 16 FORGO, to refrain fr...
forhaile 18 14 (Spenser) to distrac...
forhents 17 14 FORHENT, to overtake...
forhooed 16 14 FORHOO, (Scots) to d...
forhooie 16 13 to desert or abandon...
forhowed 20 17 FORHOW, to desert or...
forinsec 18 15 of service, due to t...
forjudge 19 24 to judge before hear...
forkball 21 20 a breaking pitch in...
forkedly 24 19 FORKED [adv]
forkfuls 21 20 FORKFUL, as much as...
forkhead 18 18 the forked end of a...
forkiest 17 15 FORKY, resembling a...
forkless 18 16 without a fork [adj]
forklift 21 19 to raise or move by...
forklike 19 20 like a fork [adj]
forksful 21 20 FORKFUL, as much as...
forktail 18 16 one of a group of bi...
forlanas 15 13 FORLANA, a dance of...
forlends 16 14 FORLEND, to grant be...
forleses 16 12 FORLESE, to lose, fo...
forlorns 16 13 FORLORN, (Shakespear...
formable 19 18 able to be formed [a...
formably 26 20 FORMABLE, able to be...
formalin 17 16 an aqueous solution...
formally 25 18 FORMAL, regulated, n...
formants 16 15 FORMANT, a component...
formated 16 15 FORMATE, to fly in f...
formates 16 14 FORMATE, to fly in f...
formerly 24 17 previously [adv]
formiate 16 14 a salt of formic aci...
formicas 20 17 FORMICA, any of vari...
formings 18 17 FORMING, the process...
formless 18 15 lacking structure [a...
formulae 17 16 FORMULA, a prescribe...
formular 18 16 a model or set form...
formulas 18 16 FORMULA, a prescribe...
formwork 21 21 boxes for holding se...
fornenst 14 13 (Scots) right opposi...
fornical 19 16 relating to a fornix...
fornices 18 15 FORNIX, an arched an...
forpined 17 16 FORPINE, to waste aw...
forpines 17 15 FORPINE, to waste aw...
forrader 15 12 (English dialect) fo...
forrayed 21 14 FORRAY, (Spenser) to...
forsaken 15 16 FORSAKE, to quit or...
forsaker 16 15 one who forsakes [n...
forsakes 16 15 FORSAKE, to quit or...
forslack 21 19 to be slack, also FO...
forsloed 16 13 FORSLOE, to delay, a...
forsloes 16 12 FORSLOE, to delay, a...
forslows 20 15 FORSLOW, to delay, a...
forsooth 17 13 (archaic) in truth;...
forspeak 18 18 to speak against, al...
forspend 17 16 to wear out, also FO...
forspent 17 15 FORSPEND, to wear ou...
forspoke 18 18 FORSPEAK, to speak a...
forswatt 19 14 (Spenser) covered wi...
forswear 18 14 to deny under oath,...
forswink 20 19 (obsolete) to exhaus...
forswore 18 14 FORSWEAR, to deny un...
forsworn 18 15 FORSWEAR, to deny un...
forswunk 20 20 (Spenser) overworked...
forthink 19 18 to repent; to regret...
fortieth 18 13 one of forty equal p...
fortlets 17 12 FORTLET, a little fo...
fortress 16 11 to strengthen with a...
fortuity 23 14 an accidental occurr...
fortuned 15 14 FORTUNE, to endow wi...
fortunes 15 13 FORTUNE, to endow wi...
fortyish 25 15 being about forty ye...
forwards 19 15 FORWARD, to help onw...
forwarns 18 15 FORWARN, to warn in...
forwaste 18 14 to waste completely...
forweary 24 16 (Shakespeare) to wea...
forzandi 18 22 FORZANDO, a suddenly...
forzando 17 22 a suddenly emphasise...
forzatos 18 20 FORZATO, a suddenly...
fossette 15 11 (French) a small hol...
fossicks 21 18 FOSSICK, (Australian...
fossulae 16 13 FOSSULA, a small dep...
fostered 15 12 FOSTER, to promote t...
fosterer 15 11 one that fosters [n...
fostress 16 11 a woman who feeds an...
fothered 17 14 FOTHER, to protect a...
foudries 16 13 FOUDRIE, the jurisdi...
fouettes 15 12 FOUETTE, (French) a...
fougades 16 15 FOUGADE, a small min...
fougasse 16 14 a small mine, in the...
foughten 18 17 exhausted, especiall...
foulards 17 14 FOULARD, a soft ligh...
foulders 17 14 FOULDER, (Spenser) t...
foulings 18 16 FOULING, a deposit o...
foulmart 18 16 a polecat, also FOUM...
foulness 16 14 the state of being f...
foumarts 17 15 FOUMART, a polecat,...
founders 15 14 FOUNDER, to become d...
founding 16 17 the time of first es...
fountain 14 14 to display water lik...
fountful 19 18 full of springs [adj...
fourball 20 17 a golf game for four...
fourchee 20 17 a kind of heraldic c...
foureyed 21 15 wearing spectacles [...
fourfold 19 17 four times as great...
fourgons 16 15 FOURGON, (French) a...
fourplay 25 18 the supply to a cust...
fourplex 25 23 a building having fo...
foursome 16 15 a group of four [n -...
fourteen 14 13 a number, ten and fo...
fourthly 26 17 in the fourth place...
foustier 16 12 FOUSTY, (Scots) moul...
foutered 15 13 FOUTER, (Scots) to m...
foutring 17 15 FOUTRE, (Scots) to m...
foveated 16 16 having a fovea [adj]
foveolae 16 16 FOVEOLA, a small fov...
foveolar 17 16 of or like a foveola...
foveolas 17 16 FOVEOLA, a small fov...
foveoles 17 16 FOVEOLE, a small fov...
foveolet 17 16 a small fovea, also...
fowlings 21 18 FOWLING, the hunting...
foxberry 30 23 the red whortleberry...
foxfires 24 21 FOXFIRE, a glow prod...
foxglove 25 25 a tall plant with dr...
foxholes 24 21 FOXHOLE, a small bat...
foxhound 23 23 a hunting dog [n -S]
foxhunts 24 22 FOXHUNT, to hunt fox...
foxiness 21 19 the state of being f...
foxshark 25 24 a large long-tailed...
foxships 27 23 FOXSHIP, craftiness...
foxskins 23 23 FOXSKIN, the skin of...
foxtails 23 19 FOXTAIL, the tail of...
foxtrots 22 18 FOXTROT, to dance in...
foyboats 23 16 FOYBOAT, on Tyneside...
foziness 18 21 lack of spirit [n -E...
freeform 18 17 having a free flowin...
fusiform 20 18 tapering toward each...
gairfowl 21 17 the great auk, also...
gamefowl 21 20 a gamecock [n -S]
garefowl 20 17 the great auk, also...
gasiform 18 16 having the form of g...
gatefold 17 15 a folded insert in a...
griffons 19 17 GRIFFON, a dog like...
gruiform 19 17 designating an order...
hayforks 25 19 HAYFORK, a tool for...
hexafoil 24 21 a pattern with six l...
hillfolk 23 20 people living among...
hillfort 21 15 a fort built on a hi...
hindfoot 17 15 a rear foot [n HINDF...
hotfoots 17 13 HOTFOOT, to hurry [v...
infobahn 18 18 an information super...
infolded 16 15 INFOLD, to fold inwa...
infolder 16 14 one that infolds [n...
inforced 18 16 INFORCE, to compel,...
inforces 18 15 INFORCE, to compel,...
informal 17 16 marked by the absenc...
informed 16 16 INFORM, to pass on i...
informer 16 15 one that informs [n...
infotech 20 17 an informal short fo...
infought 19 17 INFIGHT, to contend...
iodoform 16 15 a lemon-yellow cryst...
isoforms 17 14 ISOFORM, one of two...
janiform 18 24 like the Roman god J...
jetfoils 19 21 JETFOIL, a hydrofoil...
kinfolks 19 21 KINFOLK, people rela...
kinsfolk 19 21 people related to on...
landform 17 17 a natural feature of...
lavaform 19 19 in the form of lava...
locofoco 21 18 a match or cigar whi...
lyriform 25 17 having the shape of...
manifold 17 17 many in number, also...
maniform 17 18 having the form of a...
manyfold 23 19 many in number, also...
megafogs 18 18 MEGAFOG, a fog signa...
menfolks 18 20 the men of a family...
merfolks 19 19 MERFOLK, mermen and...
milfoils 20 16 MILFOIL, a yarrow, o...
misfocus 21 18 to focus badly [v MI...
misforms 19 17 MISFORM, to make in...
moorfowl 20 18 a red, or black, gro...
muriform 19 18 with cells arranged...
nailfold 17 15 a fold of skin aroun...
napiform 18 18 shaped like a turnip...
natiform 16 15 shaped like a buttoc...
newfound 17 18 newly found [adj]
ninefold 15 15 nine times as great...
nonfocal 17 17 not focal [adj]
nonfoods 13 14 NONFOOD, an item tha...
nubiform 19 19 cloudlike [adj]
omniform 17 18 in all forms [adj]
outfools 16 13 OUTFOOL, to surpass...
outfoots 15 12 OUTFOOT, to surpass...
outfound 15 15 OUTFIND, to surpass...
outfoxed 21 20 OUTFOX, to outwit [v...
outfoxes 21 19 OUTFOX, to outwit [v...
overfold 18 17 to fold over [v -ED,...
overfond 16 17 foolish to excess [a...
overfoul 18 17 excessively foul [ad...
packfong 22 24 a Chinese alloy of n...
pakfongs 19 21 PAKFONG, a Chinese a...
paliform 20 18 resembling a stake [...
panforte 16 15 (Italian) a hard spi...
parafoil 18 15 a type of steerable...
paraform 18 17 a substance used as...
parfocal 21 18 having lenses with c...
payfones 22 17 PAYFONE, a coin-oper...
peafowls 21 18 PEAFOWL, a large phe...
pediform 19 18 shaped like a foot [...
penfolds 18 17 PENFOLD, a place in...
perforce 20 17 of necessity [adv]
performs 19 17 PERFORM, to begin an...
pettifog 19 16 to quibble [v PETTIF...
piciform 23 20 pertaining to an ord...
piedfort 18 15 an unusually thick c...
pieforts 18 14 PIEFORT, an unusuall...
piliform 21 18 resembling a hair [a...
pinafore 16 15 a loose protective g...
pinfolds 19 17 PINFOLD, to impound,...
piriform 20 17 pear-shaped, also PY...
pisiform 20 17 a small bone of the...
plafonds 18 17 PLAFOND, (French) a...
planform 19 19 the contour of an ob...
platform 20 18 a raised floor for s...
poltfoot 18 15 a clubfoot [n POLTFE...
postform 19 17 to shape subsequentl...
prefocus 21 18 to focus beforehand...
preforms 19 17 PREFORM, to form bef...
proforma 18 17 carried out in a per...
profound 17 17 very deep [adj PROFO...
pyriform 26 19 pear-shaped, also PI...
ramiform 18 17 shaped like a branch...
raniform 16 15 frog-like [adj]
redfoots 15 12 REDFOOT, a fatal dis...
refolded 16 14 REFOLD, to fold agai...
refooted 14 12 REFOOT, to replace t...
reforest 15 11 to replant with tree...
reforged 16 14 REFORGE, to forge ag...
reforges 16 13 REFORGE, to forge ag...
reformat 16 14 to change the format...
reformed 16 15 REFORM, to change to...
reformer 16 14 one that reforms [n...
refought 19 16 REFIGHT, to fight ag...
refounds 15 14 REFOUND, to found ag...
reinform 16 15 to inform again [v -...
renforce 17 15 to reinforce [v RENF...
renforst 15 12 RENFORCE, to reinfor...
reniform 16 15 kidney-shaped [adj]
retiform 17 14 arranged like a net...
riffolas 19 15 RIFFOLA, (colloquial...
rotiform 17 14 shaped like a wheel...
rufouses 16 13 RUFOUS, a reddish or...
sainfoin 14 13 a leguminous plant,...
scaffold 22 19 to provide with a te...
seafoams 15 14 SEAFOAM, foam formed...
seafolks 17 16 SEAFOLK, seafaring p...
seafoods 14 12 SEAFOOD, edible fish...
seafowls 19 15 SEAFOWL, a seabird [...
setiform 17 14 having the form of a...
sexfoils 23 19 SEXFOIL, a window, d...
sforzati 19 20 SFORZATO, (Italian)...
sforzato 18 20 (Italian) a suddenly...
sinfonia 14 13 (Italian) a symphony...
sinfonie 14 13 SINFONIA, (Italian)...
skinfood 16 17 a cosmetic intended...
slipform 21 18 to construct with th...
sulfones 16 14 SULFONE, a sulfur co...
sulfonic 20 17 relating to a sulfon...
sulfonyl 24 17 a bivalent sulphone...
tartufos 16 12 TARTUFO, (Italian) a...
telfords 17 13 TELFORD, a road made...
tenfolds 16 14 TENFOLD, ten times a...
therefor 17 13 for that [adv]
tinfoils 17 13 TINFOIL, a thin meta...
tomfools 17 15 TOMFOOL, to play the...
townfolk 20 20 the people of a town...
trefoils 17 12 TREFOIL, a plant hav...
trifocal 20 15 of a lens, giving ne...
triforia 16 11 TRIFORIUM, a gallery...
tubiform 20 18 shaped like a tube,...
twofolds 20 16 TWOFOLD, an amount t...
unciform 20 19 a bone of the wrist...
unfoiled 16 15 not foiled [adj]
unfolded 16 16 UNFOLD, to open some...
unfolder 16 15 one who unfolds [n -...
unfollow 20 18 to decline to receiv...
unfooled 15 15 UNFOOL, to undeceive...
unfooted 14 14 untrodden [adj]
unforbid 18 17 (Milton) not forbidd...
unforced 18 17 not forced [adj UNFO...
unforged 16 16 not forged [adj]
unforgot 16 15 not forgotten, also...
unforked 16 18 not forked [adj]
unformal 17 17 not formal, also INF...
unformed 16 17 UNFORM, to unmake [v...
unfought 19 18 not fought [adj]
uniforms 17 16 UNIFORM, to dress in...
upfolded 19 18 UPFOLD, to fold up [...
upfollow 23 20 (Keats) to follow [v...
ursiform 18 15 having the form of a...
variform 19 18 having various forms...
vasiform 19 18 having the form of a...
wamefous 19 18 WAMEFOU, a bellyful,...
waveform 21 21 a type of mathematic...
wherefor 20 16 a reason why, also W...
wildfowl 25 20 a game bird, esp. a...
workfolk 22 23 working people [n -S...

9 letter words that contains FO

9 letter FO word

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aciniform 21 19 shaped like cluster...
aerofoils 17 13 AEROFOIL, a structur...
affogatos 19 17 AFFOGATO, (Italian)...
affoorded 18 17 AFFOORD, (Spenser) t...
afforcing 23 21 AFFORCE, to strength...
affording 20 19 AFFORD, to have suff...
afforests 19 15 AFFOREST, to cover w...
aforehand 17 16 beforehand [adv]
aforesaid 16 13 mentioned previously...
aforetime 17 15 in time past; former...
anguiform 19 19 shaped like a snake...
ausformed 18 17 AUSFORM, (German) to...
autofocus 20 17 a device which autom...
babyfoods 27 21 BABYFOOD, food prepa...
bacciform 27 24 shaped like a berry...
batfowled 23 20 BATFOWL, to catch bi...
batfowler 23 19 one who batfowls, ca...
befoaming 20 21 BEFOAM, to cover wit...
befogging 22 22 BEFOG, to fog up, ob...
befooling 20 19 BEFOOL, to fool; to...
befortune 18 17 (Shakespeare) to bef...
befoulers 20 17 BEFOULER, one who be...
befouling 21 20 BEFOUL, to make foul...
bifocaled 23 20 wearing bifocals [ad...
bifoliate 20 16 having two leaves or...
bigfooted 20 18 BIGFOOT, to throw on...
billfolds 24 19 BILLFOLD, a wallet [...
biofouler 20 17 an animal that obstr...
birdsfoot 20 16 a papilionaceous gen...
blindfold 22 20 to cover someone's e...
brainfood 18 17 any foodstuff contai...
bromoform 21 21 a bromine compound a...
bufotalin 20 18 a poisonous substanc...
bursiform 22 19 shaped like a pouch...
cacafogos 23 20 CACAFOGO, (Spanish)...
cactiform 25 21 cactus-shaped [adj]
califonts 21 17 CALIFONT, (tradename...
cambiform 25 24 shaped like cambium,...
caprifoil 24 19 (Spenser) honeysuckl...
caprifole 23 19 honeysuckle, also CA...
capriform 24 21 goatlike [adj]
carrefour 20 16 (French) a crossroad...
cauliform 23 20 shaped like or resem...
cheliform 25 21 shaped like a chela...
cirriform 23 18 formed like a cirrus...
clafoutis 22 17 CLAFOUTI, a dessert...
claviform 25 23 in the shape of a cl...
cobriform 24 21 like or related to t...
cocksfoot 24 22 a type of grass [n -...
cofounded 19 19 COFOUND, to found jo...
cofounder 19 18 one who founds somet...
coliforms 23 19 COLIFORM, any of a g...
coltsfoot 21 16 a composite plant wi...
comforted 21 19 COMFORT, to console...
comforter 21 18 one who comforts [n...
conformal 21 20 of a map, representi...
conformed 20 20 CONFORM, to become t...
conformer 20 19 one who conforms [n...
confounds 19 19 CONFOUND, to confuse...
cordiform 22 19 heart-shaped [adj]
corniform 21 19 shaped like a horn [...
crowfoots 23 18 CROWFOOT, a wild flo...
crowsfoot 23 18 a wrinkle at the sid...
cruciform 26 22 cross-shaped [adj CR...
cteniform 21 19 comb-shaped [adj]
cuneiform 21 20 a wedge-shaped scrip...
cuniforms 22 20 CUNIFORM, a wedge-sh...
curviform 25 23 curving [adj]
cymbiform 32 26 boat-shaped [adj]
cystiform 29 20 like a cyst [adj]
daffodils 21 18 DAFFODIL, a yellow-f...
defoamers 17 16 DEFOAMER, an agent u...
defoaming 18 19 DEFOAM, to remove fo...
defocused 20 18 DEFOCUS, to cause to...
defocuses 20 17 DEFOCUS, to cause to...
defoggers 19 17 DEFOGGER, an agent u...
defogging 20 20 DEFOG, to remove fog...
defoliant 17 15 a chemical used to c...
defoliate 17 14 to remove the leaves...
deforcers 20 16 DEFORCER, one who de...
deforcing 21 19 DEFORCE, to withhold...
deforests 17 13 DEFOREST, to remove...
deformers 18 16 DEFORMER, one who de...
deforming 19 19 DEFORM, to spoil the...
deformity 25 18 the state of being d...
defouling 19 18 DEFOUL, (obsolete) t...
dentiform 18 17 shaped like a tooth...
disciform 23 19 round or oval in sha...
disforest 18 13 to clear of forest,...
disformed 19 17 DISFORM, to alter th...
disinform 19 17 to inform incorrectl...
dogfought 22 20 DOGFIGHT, to engage...
downforce 22 20 an aerodynamically c...
dropforge 20 18 to forge metal betwe...
dumbfound 21 23 to strike dumb; to c...
dumfounds 19 20 DUMFOUND, to strike...
efforcing 23 21 EFFORCE, (obsolete)...
effortful 23 20 requiring effort [ad...
eightfoil 22 17 an eight-leaved flow...
eightfold 22 18 multiplied by eight...
eightfoot 20 16 measuring eight feet...
enfolders 17 15 ENFOLDER, one who en...
enfolding 18 18 ENFOLD, to envelop [...
enforcers 19 16 ENFORCER, one that e...
enforcing 20 19 ENFORCE, to compel,...
enforests 16 13 ENFOREST, to turn in...
enforming 18 19 ENFORM, (Spenser) to...
eruciform 22 19 like a caterpillar [...
exfoliant 23 21 a cosmetic for remov...
exfoliate 23 20 to separate and come...
falciform 25 22 shaped like a sickle...
fanfolded 19 19 FANFOLD, to fold pap...
fibriform 24 21 shaped like a fibre...
flatfoots 20 16 FLATFOOT, to walk wi...
flatforms 22 19 FLATFORM, a thick, l...
floriform 22 19 shaped like a flower...
foalfoots 19 16 FOALFOOT, a plant wi...
foaminess 17 16 being foamy [n -ES]
foamingly 26 21 FOAMING [adv]
focaccias 26 21 FOCACCIA, a flat Ita...
focalised 21 17 FOCALISE, to focus,...
focalises 21 16 FOCALISE, to focus,...
focalized 24 26 FOCALIZE, to focus,...
focalizes 24 25 FOCALIZE, to focus,...
focimeter 21 18 an instrument for me...
focometer 20 18 an instrument for me...
focusable 23 20 able to be focused [...
focusings 22 19 FOCUSING, the act of...
focusless 22 17 without focus [adj]
focussing 22 19 FOCUS, to bring or a...
fodderers 17 14 FODDERER, someone wh...
foddering 18 17 the act of providing...
foedaries 16 13 FOEDARIE, (Shakespea...
foederati 16 13 FOEDERATUS, (Latin)...
foetation 15 13 the formation of a f...
foeticide 20 16 the killing of a foe...
foetidest 17 13 FOETID, stinking, al...
fogeydoms 25 20 FOGEYDOM, the world...
fogeyisms 26 19 FOGEYISM, an outlook...
fogfruits 22 18 FOGFRUIT, an America...
fogginess 19 17 the state of being f...
foglights 24 19 FOGLIGHT, a motor-ve...
fogramite 19 17 an antiquated person...
fogramity 26 19 the state of being a...
foilborne 19 17 of a craft, travelli...
foiningly 25 19 FOINING [adv]
foldaways 27 19 FOLDAWAY, something...
foldbacks 25 24 FOLDBACK, in multitr...
foldboats 20 17 FOLDBOAT, a collapsi...
folderols 19 15 FOLDEROL, nonsense,...
foliating 19 16 FOLIATE, to number t...
foliation 17 14 the process of burst...
foliature 18 14 a cluster of foliage...
foliolate 18 14 composed of or relat...
foliolose 18 14 composed of or relat...
folklands 20 20 FOLKLAND, in Old Eng...
folklives 23 22 FOLKLIFE, the tradit...
folklores 20 18 FOLKLORE, the belief...
folkloric 24 21 relating to folklore...
folkmoots 20 20 FOLKMOOT, a general...
folkmotes 20 20 FOLKMOTE, a general...
folksiest 20 17 FOLKSY, having an af...
folksongs 20 20 FOLKSONG, a song of...
folktales 20 18 FOLKTALE, a tale fro...
follicles 24 18 FOLLICLE, any small...
followers 22 17 FOLLOWER, one that f...
following 23 20 a body of supporters...
followups 25 21 FOLLOWUP, a news art...
fomenters 17 16 FOMENTER, one who fo...
fomenting 18 19 FOMENT, to foster or...
fondlings 19 18 FONDLING, a pet, a f...
fondueing 17 18 FONDUE, to cook a di...
fontanels 16 15 FONTANEL, a membrane...
fontanges 16 16 FONTANGE, a kind of...
fonticuli 22 18 FONTICULUS, the depr...
foodbanks 19 21 FOODBANK, a charitab...
fooderies 16 13 FOODERY, a restauran...
foodlands 17 16 FOODLAND, land for t...
foodsheds 19 16 FOODSHED, the area t...
foodstuff 22 20 a substance used as...
foofaraws 21 18 FOOFARAW, frills and...
fooleries 17 13 FOOLERY, foolish beh...
foolhardy 26 18 recklessly brave [ad...
foolisher 20 15 FOOLISH, lacking goo...
foolishly 28 18 FOOLISH, lacking goo...
foolproof 21 19 infallible; guarante...
foolscaps 23 19 FOOLSCAP, a paper si...
foosballs 21 17 FOOSBALL, (US) table...
footballs 21 17 FOOTBALL, a large ba...
footbaths 21 17 FOOTBATH, a bath for...
footboard 18 16 a support for the fe...
footbrake 19 19 a brake operated by...
footcloth 23 18 a housing or caparis...
footering 17 15 FOOTER, to mess arou...
footfalls 21 17 FOOTFALL, the sound...
footfault 20 17 to commit a serving...
footgears 17 14 FOOTGEAR, covering f...
foothills 22 16 FOOTHILL, a low hill...
footholds 20 16 FOOTHOLD, a secure s...
footlight 22 17 one of a row of ligh...
footlings 19 16 FOOTLING, the act of...
footlongs 18 16 FOOTLONG, a hotdog o...
footloose 16 13 free or unhampered b...
footmarks 19 19 FOOTMARK, a mark lef...
footmuffs 23 22 FOOTMUFF, a muff for...
footnoted 15 14 FOOTNOTE, to supply...
footnotes 15 13 FOOTNOTE, to supply...
footpaces 21 18 FOOTPACE, (obsolete)...
footpages 19 17 FOOTPAGE, a page, an...
footpaths 21 17 FOOTPATH, a path for...
footplate 19 16 a platform for a foo...
footposts 19 15 FOOTPOST, a messenge...
footprint 19 16 the mark left on the...
footpumps 23 22 FOOTPUMP, a pump hel...
footraces 19 15 FOOTRACE, a race run...
footrests 17 12 FOOTREST, a support...
footropes 18 15 FOOTROPE, a rope use...
footrules 18 14 FOOTRULE, a ruler wh...
footslogs 19 15 FOOTSLOG, to march o...
footstalk 19 17 the stalk of a leaf...
footstall 19 14 a pedestal or plinth...
footsteps 19 15 FOOTSTEP, a step wit...
footstock 21 19 a slidable casting m...
footstone 15 13 a stone at the foot...
footstool 17 13 a stool for placing...
footwalls 22 17 FOOTWALL, the layer...
footwears 19 15 FOOTWEAR, anything w...
footweary 25 17 weary from walking [...
footwells 22 17 FOOTWELL, the area i...
footworks 21 19 FOOTWORK, the manage...
foozlings 22 25 FOOZLING, the act of...
fopperies 21 18 FOPPERY, dandyish be...
foppishly 32 23 FOPPISH, characteris...
foraminal 18 17 relating to the fora...
forasmuch 24 21 because or since [co...
forbearer 18 15 one who forbears [n...
forbidals 21 17 FORBIDAL, the act of...
forbiddal 21 18 the act of forbiddin...
forbidden 19 18 FORBID, to command n...
forbidder 20 17 one who forbids [n -...
forboding 20 19 FORBODE, to indicate...
forceable 22 19 that can be forced [...
forceless 21 16 having little or no...
forcemeat 20 18 meat chopped fine an...
forceouts 20 16 FORCEOUT, a play by...
forcepses 22 18 FORCEPS, a pair of t...
forcingly 29 21 FORCING [adv]
forcipate 22 18 formed and opening l...
foreanent 14 14 (Scots) right opposi...
forearmed 17 16 FOREARM, to arm in a...
forebears 18 15 FOREBEAR, an ancesto...
forebitts 20 15 FOREBITT, a post for...
foreboded 18 17 FOREBODE, to indicat...
foreboder 18 16 a person who or thin...
forebodes 18 16 FOREBODE, to indicat...
forebooms 19 18 FOREBOOM, the boom o...
forebrain 18 16 the anterior region...
forecabin 21 19 a cabin in the fore...
forecaddy 26 19 a caddy posted up ah...
forecasts 20 15 FORECAST, to estimat...
forecheck 26 24 to check an opponent...
foreclose 20 16 to bar (a right of r...
forecloth 23 18 a cloth that hangs o...
forecourt 20 16 a court in front of...
foredated 16 14 FOREDATE, to date be...
foredates 16 13 FOREDATE, to date be...
foredecks 21 20 FOREDECK, the forwar...
foredoing 17 16 FOREDO, to destroy,...
foredooms 17 16 FOREDOOM, to doom in...
forefaces 21 18 FOREFACE, the front...
forefeels 19 16 FOREFEEL, to have a...
forefends 18 17 FOREFEND, to protect...
forefront 18 16 the front or foremos...
foregleam 19 18 a glimpse into the f...
foregoers 17 14 FOREGOER, one who go...
foregoing 18 17 FOREGO, to go before...
forehands 18 16 FOREHAND, to play a...
foreheads 18 15 FOREHEAD, the part o...
forehents 18 15 FOREHENT, to overtak...
forehocks 23 21 FOREHOCK, a foreleg...
forehoofs 20 17 FOREHOOF, the hoof o...
foreigner 17 15 a person belonging t...
foreignly 25 18 FOREIGN, situated ou...
forejudge 20 25 to deprive of a righ...
forekings 19 19 FOREKING, a precedin...
foreknown 19 21 FOREKNOW, to know be...
foreknows 20 20 FOREKNOW, to know be...
forelands 17 15 FORELAND, a projecti...
forelends 17 15 FORELEND, to grant b...
forelifts 21 16 FORELIFT, (Spenser)...
forelimbs 22 19 FORELIMB, a front li...
forelocks 22 20 FORELOCK, to fasten...
forelying 25 18 FORELIE, (Spenser) t...
foremasts 18 15 FOREMAST, the forwar...
foremeans 16 16 FOREMEAN, to intend...
foremeant 16 16 FOREMEAN, to intend...
foremilks 21 20 FOREMILK, the milk s...
forenamed 16 17 having a forename [a...
forenames 16 16 FORENAME, a first na...
forenight 20 17 the night before [n...
forenoons 14 14 FORENOON, the period...
forensics 20 16 the art or study of...
foreparts 19 15 FOREPART, the front...
forepeaks 19 19 FOREPEAK, the forwar...
foreplans 19 17 FOREPLAN, to plan be...
foreplays 26 18 FOREPLAY, erotic sti...
forepoint 18 16 to foreshadow [v -ED...
foreranks 17 17 FORERANK, the first...
forereach 21 17 to glide ahead, esp....
forereads 16 13 FOREREAD, to foretel...
foresails 18 13 FORESAIL, the lowest...
foreseers 16 12 FORESEER, one who fo...
foreshank 19 19 the upper part of th...
foresheet 18 14 a rope used for trim...
foreshewn 21 18 FORESHEW, to presage...
foreshews 22 17 FORESHEW, to presage...
foreships 22 17 FORESHIP, the front...
foreshock 23 21 a minor tremor that...
foreshore 18 14 that part of the sho...
foreshown 21 18 FORESHOW, to predict...
foreshows 22 17 FORESHOW, to predict...
foresides 17 13 FORESIDE, the front...
foresight 21 16 the act or power of...
foreskins 18 17 FORESKIN, a fold of...
foreskirt 19 16 (Shakespeare) the fr...
foreslack 22 20 (obsolete) to become...
foreslows 21 16 FORESLOW, (Shakespea...
forespake 19 19 FORESPEAK, to predic...
forespeak 19 19 to predict [v FORESP...
forespend 18 17 to wear out physical...
forespent 18 16 FORESPEND, to wear o...
forespoke 19 19 FORESPEAK, to predic...
forestage 17 14 a duty or tribute pa...
forestair 17 12 (Scots) an outside s...
forestall 19 14 to prevent [v -ED, -...
forestays 23 14 FORESTAY, a rope or...
foresteal 17 13 of or pertaining to...
foresters 17 12 FORESTER, one skille...
forestial 18 13 of or pertaining to...
forestine 16 13 of or like a forest,...
foresting 18 15 FOREST, to convert i...
foreswear 19 15 to renounce, also FO...
foreswore 19 15 FORESWEAR, to renoun...
foresworn 19 16 FORESWEAR, to renoun...
foretaste 16 12 to taste in advance...
foreteach 21 17 to teach beforehand...
foreteeth 18 14 FORETOOTH, a front t...
foretells 19 14 FORETELL, to tell ab...
forethink 20 19 to think beforehand...
foretimes 18 15 FORETIME, the past;...
foretoken 16 17 to be a sign of, for...
foretooth 18 14 a front tooth [n FOR...
forewards 20 16 FOREWARD [n]
forewarns 19 16 FOREWARN, to warn in...
foreweigh 23 19 (archaic) to estimat...
forewinds 20 17 FOREWIND, a wind fro...
forewings 21 18 FOREWING, an anterio...
forewoman 19 19 a woman overseer [n...
forewomen 19 19 FOREWOMAN, a woman o...
forewords 20 16 FOREWORD, an introdu...
foreyards 23 15 FOREYARD, the lowest...
forfaired 19 16 FORFAIR, (obsolete)...
forfaiter 19 15 a person who, or com...
forfaults 21 17 FORFAULT, forfeiture...
forfeited 19 16 FORFEIT, to lose the...
forfeiter 19 15 (Shakespeare) one wh...
forfended 18 18 FORFEND, (archaic) t...
forficate 22 18 deeply forked, esp....
forfochen 23 21 (Scots) exhausted, a...
forgather 20 16 to gather together,...
forgeable 20 18 that can be forged [...
forgeries 18 14 FORGERY, the act of...
forgetful 22 19 inclined to forget [...
forgetive 20 18 (Shakespeare) creati...
forgetter 18 14 one who forgets [n -...
forgivers 21 18 FORGIVER, one who fo...
forgiving 22 21 FORGIVE, to pardon [...
forgotten 17 15 FORGET, to fail to r...
forhailed 20 16 FORHAILE, (Spenser)...
forhailes 20 15 FORHAILE, (Spenser)...
forhooied 18 15 FORHOOIE, to desert...
forhooies 18 14 FORHOOIE, to desert...
forhooing 19 17 FORHOO, (Scots) to d...
forhowing 23 20 FORHOW, to desert or...
forjaskit 21 25 (Scots) tired out, a...
forjeskit 21 25 (Scots) tired out, a...
forjudged 21 26 FORJUDGE, to judge b...
forjudges 21 25 FORJUDGE, to judge b...
forkballs 23 21 FORKBALL, a breaking...
forkheads 20 19 FORKHEAD, the forked...
forkiness 18 17 the state of dividin...
forklifts 23 20 FORKLIFT, to raise o...
forktails 20 17 FORKTAIL, one of a g...
forlesing 19 16 FORLESE, to lose, fo...
forlorner 17 14 FORLORN, forsaken [a...
forlornly 25 17 FORLORN, forsaken [a...
formaline 18 17 a 40 per cent soluti...
formalins 19 17 FORMALIN, an aqueous...
formalise 19 16 to make formal, also...
formalism 21 19 the practice or the...
formalist 20 16 a person having exag...
formality 26 18 the condition of bei...
formalize 22 25 to make formal, also...
formamide 19 19 a colourless hygrosc...
formating 19 18 FORMATE, to fly in f...
formation 17 16 something formed or...
formative 20 19 tending to form [adj...
formatted 18 16 FORMAT, to follow th...
formatter 18 15 a programme for form...
formiates 18 15 FORMIATE, a salt of...
formicant 21 19 crawling like an ant...
formicary 28 20 an anthill, also FOR...
formicate 21 18 resembling an ant [n...
formulaic 23 20 of the nature of a f...
formulars 20 17 FORMULAR, a model or...
formulary 26 19 a book of formulae o...
formulate 19 17 to state or express...
formulise 20 17 to express in a form...
formulism 22 20 excessive use of, or...
formulist 21 17 one who depends exce...
formulize 23 26 to express in a form...
formworks 23 22 FORMWORK, boxes for...
fornicate 19 16 to have illicit sexu...
forpining 20 19 FORPINE, to waste aw...
forrarder 17 13 FORRAD, (Scots) forw...
forraying 24 17 FORRAY, (Spenser) to...
forsakers 18 16 FORSAKER, one who fo...
forsaking 19 19 abandonment [n -S]
forsaying 24 17 FORSAY, to forbid, t...
forslacks 23 20 FORSLACK, to be slac...
forslowed 21 17 FORSLOW, to delay, a...
forspeaks 20 19 FORSPEAK, to speak a...
forspends 19 17 FORSPEND, to wear ou...
forspoken 19 20 FORSPEAK, to speak a...
forswears 20 15 FORSWEAR, to deny un...
forswinks 22 20 FORSWINK, (obsolete)...
forswonck 24 23 (Spenser) overworked...
forsythia 26 16 any shrub of the gen...
fortalice 21 16 (historical) a fortr...
forthcame 23 20 FORTHCOME, (obsolete...
forthcome 23 20 (obsolete) to come f...
forthinks 21 19 FORTHINK, to repent;...
forthwith 26 19 immediately [adv]
fortieths 20 14 FORTIETH, one of for...
fortified 20 16 FORTIFY, to strength...
fortifier 20 15 something that forti...
fortifies 20 15 FORTIFY, to strength...
fortilage 19 15 (Spenser) fortress,...
fortitude 18 14 strength of mind tha...
fortnight 21 17 a period of two week...
fortunate 16 14 happening by good fo...
fortuning 18 17 FORTUNE, to endow wi...
fortunise 17 14 to make happy or for...
fortunize 20 23 (Spenser) to make fo...
forwander 19 17 (archaic) to wander...
forwarded 20 17 FORWARD, to help onw...
forwarder 20 16 one who forwards [n...
forwardly 28 19 FORWARD, towards the...
forwarned 19 17 FORWARN, to warn in...
forwasted 20 16 FORWASTE, to waste c...
forwastes 20 15 FORWASTE, to waste c...
forzandos 19 23 FORZANDO, a suddenly...
foscarnet 19 16 a drug used to treat...
fossettes 17 12 FOSSETTE, (French) a...
fossicked 22 20 FOSSICK, (Australian...
fossicker 22 19 (Australian slang) o...
fossilise 19 13 to turn into a fossi...
fossilize 22 22 to turn into a fossi...
fossorial 18 13 adapted for burrowin...
fossulate 18 14 grooved; pitted [adj...
fosterage 17 14 the care of a foster...
fosterers 17 12 FOSTERER, one that f...
fostering 18 15 the act of nurturing...
fothering 20 17 FOTHER, to protect a...
fougasses 18 15 FOUGASSE, a small mi...
foughtier 21 17 FOUGHTY, (dialect) m...
foulbrood 20 18 a bacterial disease...
fouldered 18 16 FOULDER, (Spenser) t...
foulmarts 20 17 FOULMART, a polecat,...
foundered 16 16 FOUNDER, to become d...
foundings 18 18 FOUNDING, the time o...
foundling 19 19 an abandoned child o...
foundress 17 15 a female founder [n...
foundries 17 15 FOUNDRY, a building...
fountains 16 15 FOUNTAIN, to display...
fourballs 22 18 FOURBALL, a golf gam...
fourchees 22 18 FOURCHEE, a kind of...
fourpence 21 20 four pre-decimal pen...
fourpenny 24 20 a coin worth four pe...
fourplays 27 19 FOURPLAY, the supply...
fourscore 20 16 (archaic) four twent...
foursomes 18 16 FOURSOME, a group of...
fourteens 16 14 FOURTEEN, a number,...
foustiest 18 13 FOUSTY, (Scots) moul...
foutering 18 16 FOUTER, (Scots) to m...
foveiform 22 22 shaped like a small...
foveolate 18 17 like a foveola, a sm...
foveolets 19 17 FOVEOLET, a small fo...
fowlpoxes 29 26 FOWLPOX, a virus dis...
foxfishes 28 24 FOXFISH, a large sha...
foxgloves 27 26 FOXGLOVE, a tall pla...
foxhounds 25 24 FOXHOUND, a hunting...
foxhunted 25 24 FOXHUNT, to hunt fox...
foxhunter 25 23 one who hunts foxes...
foxsharks 27 25 FOXSHARK, a large lo...
frankfort 20 20 (German) a small smo...
fungiform 22 22 shaped like a fungus...
gairfowls 23 18 GAIRFOWL, the great...
galeiform 20 18 helmet-shaped [adj]
gamefowls 23 21 GAMEFOWL, a gamecock...
garefowls 22 18 GAREFOWL, the great...
gatefolds 19 16 GATEFOLD, a folded i...
giraffoid 21 18 of or like a giraffe...
goosefoot 16 14 a genus of herbs, mo...
gunfought 22 21 GUNFIGHT, to fight w...
heathfowl 25 20 a red, or black, gro...
hexafoils 26 22 HEXAFOIL, a pattern...
hillforts 23 16 HILLFORT, a fort bui...
hotfooted 18 15 HOTFOOT, to hurry [v...
hydrofoil 27 18 a boat fitted with h...
infobahns 20 19 INFOBAHN, an informa...
infolders 18 15 INFOLDER, one that i...
infolding 19 18 a folding inwards [n...
infomania 16 17 an excessive desire...
inforcing 21 19 INFORCE, to compel,...
informant 17 17 someone who informs...
informers 18 16 INFORMER, one that i...
informing 19 19 INFORM, to pass on i...
infortune 16 15 misfortune [n -S]
infotechs 22 18 INFOTECH, an informa...
interfold 18 15 to fold together or...
iodoforms 18 16 IODOFORM, a lemon-ye...
kinsfolks 21 22 KINSFOLK, people rel...
lanciform 22 20 shaped like a lance...
landforce 20 18 a military force ser...
landforms 19 18 LANDFORM, a natural...
larviform 22 20 having the form or s...
latifondi 18 15 LATIFONDO, a great l...
latifondo 17 15 a great landed estat...
lentiform 19 17 shaped like a lens [...
libriform 23 19 shaped like a book [...
ligniform 21 19 of the form or shape...
locofocos 23 19 LOCOFOCO, a match or...
malformed 20 20 badly formed [adj]
mammiform 22 24 shaped like a breast...
manifolds 19 18 MANIFOLD, to make ma...
metformin 19 19 a drug used to treat...
microform 23 21 a process for reprod...
misformed 20 19 MISFORM, to make in...
misinform 20 19 to inform incorrectl...
mitriform 21 18 mitre-shaped [adj]
moorfowls 22 19 MOORFOWL, a red, or...
motoscafo 20 18 (Italian) a motorboa...
multifoil 22 18 an ornamental foliat...
multifold 22 19 many times doubled;...
multiform 22 20 a multiform object;...
mummiform 23 25 a sarcophagus [n -S]
nailfolds 19 16 NAILFOLD, a fold of...
nonformal 17 18 not formal [adj]
nonfossil 17 15 not fossil [adj]
outfooled 17 15 OUTFOOL, to surpass...
outfooted 16 14 OUTFOOT, to surpass...
outfought 21 18 OUTFIGHT, to surpass...
outfoxing 24 23 OUTFOX, to outwit [v...
overfocus 22 20 to focus to excess [...
overfolds 20 18 OVERFOLD, to fold ov...
packfongs 24 25 PACKFONG, a Chinese...
panfortes 18 16 PANFORTE, (Italian)...
parafoils 20 16 PARAFOIL, a type of...
paraforms 20 18 PARAFORM, a substanc...
pelviform 24 23 basin-shaped [adj]
penniform 19 20 feather-shaped [adj]
perciform 24 21 a perch-like fish [n...
perforans 18 16 the long flexor musc...
perforant 18 16 perforating [adj]
perforate 18 15 to bore through or i...
performed 20 19 PERFORM, to begin an...
performer 20 18 one who performs [n...
pettifogs 21 17 PETTIFOG, to quibble...
piedforts 20 16 PIEDFORT, an unusual...
pinafored 18 17 wearing a pinafore [...
pinafores 18 16 PINAFORE, a loose pr...
pinfolded 20 19 PINFOLD, to impound,...
pisciform 25 21 shaped like a fish [...
pisiforms 22 18 PISIFORM, a small bo...
pitchfork 27 24 a fork for tossing h...
planforms 21 20 PLANFORM, the contou...
platforms 22 19 PLATFORM, to equip w...
plexiform 28 26 in the form of a net...
portfolio 20 16 a case or pair of bo...
postforms 21 18 POSTFORM, to shape s...
preformat 20 18 to format in advance...
preformed 20 19 PREFORM, to form bef...
preinform 20 19 to inform in advance...
prereform 20 18 before reform [adj]
profounds 19 18 PROFOUND, something...
proreform 20 18 in favour of reform...
pussyfoot 26 18 a prohibitionist [n...
ralliform 21 17 of the rail family o...
recomfort 21 18 (archaic) to comfort...
reenforce 18 16 to strengthen with n...
refocused 20 17 REFOCUS, to focus ag...
refocuses 20 16 REFOCUS, to focus ag...
refolding 19 17 REFOLD, to fold agai...
refooting 17 15 REFOOT, to replace t...
reforests 17 12 REFOREST, to replant...
reforging 19 17 REFORGE, to forge ag...
reformade 17 16 (Spanish) a monk of...
reformado 17 16 (Spanish) a monk of...
reformate 17 15 a product of hydroca...
reformats 18 15 REFORMAT, to change...
reformers 18 15 REFORMER, one that r...
reforming 19 18 the act of reforming...
reformism 20 18 any doctrine or move...
reformist 19 15 a reformer [n -S]
refortify 26 17 to fortify anew [v R...
refounded 16 16 REFOUND, to found ag...
refounder 16 15 one who refounds [n...
reinforce 19 16 to strengthen with n...
reinforms 18 16 REINFORM, to inform...
renforced 19 17 RENFORCE, to reinfor...
renforces 19 16 RENFORCE, to reinfor...
restiform 19 15 cordlike [adj]
sacciform 25 21 shaped like a sac [a...
sainfoins 16 14 SAINFOIN, a legumino...
saintfoin 16 14 (French) a leguminou...
salpiform 22 19 shaped like a barrel...
scaffolds 24 20 SCAFFOLD, to provide...
scutiform 23 19 shield-shaped [adj]
septiform 21 18 shaped like a partit...
serriform 19 15 resembling a notched...
sevenfold 19 19 multiplied by seven...
sforzandi 20 23 SFORZANDO, a suddenl...
sforzando 19 23 a suddenly emphasise...
sforzatos 20 21 SFORZATO, (Italian)...
sheepfold 22 19 a pen for sheep [n -...
sinfonias 16 14 SINFONIA, (Italian)...
skinfoods 18 18 SKINFOOD, a cosmetic...
slipforms 23 19 SLIPFORM, to constru...
spiniform 21 19 like a thorn or spin...
splayfoot 26 18 a foot that is abnor...
stairfoot 17 12 the level place at t...
stipiform 22 18 resembling a stipe,...
styliform 27 18 shaped like a style...
styrofoam 24 17 (tradename) a type o...
subfossil 22 17 part of a fossil [n...
suffocate 22 19 to kill by depriving...
sulfonate 17 15 a salt of sulphonic...
sulfonium 20 19 the positively charg...
sulfonyls 26 18 SULFONYL, a bivalent...
sulfoxide 25 22 any of a class of ca...
superfood 19 17 a food with high phy...
tauriform 19 16 having the form of a...
tectiform 22 18 shaped like a roof [...
terraform 18 15 to make (another pla...
therefore 18 14 for that reason [adv...
threefold 20 16 multiplied by three...
tomfooled 18 17 TOMFOOL, to play the...
townsfolk 22 21 the people of a town...
transform 18 16 to change into anoth...
trefoiled 18 14 adorned with trefoil...
trifocals 22 16 TRIFOCAL, a trifocal...
trifolies 19 13 TRIFOLY, a plant hav...
trifolium 21 17 (Latin) any legumino...
triforial 19 13 relating to a trifor...
triforium 20 16 a gallery in a churc...
triformed 19 16 having a triple form...
twiforked 22 20 bifurcate [adj]
twiformed 22 19 having two forms [ad...
ufologies 19 16 UFOLOGY, the study o...
ufologist 20 16 one interested in uf...
unciforms 22 20 UNCIFORM, a bone of...
unconform 20 21 (Milton) unlike [adj...
underfong 17 18 (Spenser) to underta...
underfoot 16 15 to underpin [v -ED,...
unfocused 20 19 not focused, also UN...
unfolders 18 16 UNFOLDER, one who un...
unfolding 19 19 the act of unfolding...
unfollows 22 19 UNFOLLOW, to decline...
unfooling 18 18 UNFOOL, to undeceive...
unforming 19 20 UNFORM, to unmake [v...
unfortune 16 16 (archaic) ill-fortun...
unfounded 16 18 not founded [adj UNF...
unguiform 20 20 shaped like a claw [...
uniformed 18 18 UNIFORM, to dress in...
uniformer 18 17 UNIFORM, consistent...
uniformly 26 20 UNIFORM, consistent...
upfolding 22 21 UPFOLD, to fold up [...
upfollows 25 21 UPFOLLOW, (Keats) to...
varifocal 23 20 of spectacles, havin...
vermiform 22 22 having the form of a...
versiform 21 19 varying in form [adj...
villiform 24 21 of the form or shape...
vitriform 22 19 of the form or shape...
vulviform 25 25 shaped like a vulva,...
waterfowl 24 19 any bird that freque...
waveforms 23 22 WAVEFORM, a type of...
webfooted 21 19 having webbed feet [...
wherefore 21 17 a reason why, also W...
wherefors 22 17 WHEREFOR, a reason w...
wholefood 22 19 unprocessed, natural...
wildfowls 27 21 WILDFOWL, a game bir...
womenfolk 22 24 women collectively [...
workfolks 24 24 WORKFOLK, working pe...
workforce 24 22 the number of worker...

10 letter words that contains FO

10 letter FO word

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actiniform 23 20 having a radiate for...
affoording 21 20 AFFOORD, (Spenser) t...
affordable 23 21 that can be afforded...
affordably 30 23 AFFORDABLE, that can...
afforested 20 17 AFFOREST, to cover w...
amoebiform 22 22 resembling an amoeba...
antireform 19 17 opposed to reform [a...
aquafortis 27 23 concentrated nitric...
asafoetida 17 14 an acrid gum resin w...
ausforming 21 20 the act of deforming...
baculiform 27 24 rod-shaped [adj]
barefooted 19 17 without footwear, al...
batfowlers 25 20 BATFOWLER, one who b...
batfowling 26 23 BATFOWL, to catch bi...
beforehand 21 20 before a particular...
beforetime 21 19 (archaic) formerly [...
befortuned 20 19 BEFORTUNE, (Shakespe...
befortunes 20 18 BEFORTUNE, (Shakespe...
befoulment 22 22 the act of befouling...
bigfooting 23 21 BIGFOOT, to throw on...
biofoulers 22 18 BIOFOULER, an animal...
biofouling 23 21 fouling due to biolo...
birdsfoots 22 17 BIRDSFOOT, a papilio...
blindfolds 24 21 BLINDFOLD, to cover...
brainfoods 20 18 BRAINFOOD, any foods...
bromoforms 23 22 BROMOFORM, a bromine...
buffoonery 28 23 foolish or playful b...
buffoonish 25 23 like a buffoon [adj]
bufotalins 22 19 BUFOTALIN, a poisono...
bufotenine 19 19 a poisonous paralyti...
calceiform 27 23 slipper-shaped [adj]
calyciform 34 25 having the form or a...
cancriform 26 23 shaped like a crab [...
caprifoils 26 20 CAPRIFOIL, (Spenser)...
caprifoles 25 20 CAPRIFOLE, honeysuck...
carrefours 22 17 CARREFOUR, (French)...
centerfold 22 19 the centre pages of...
centrefold 22 19 the centre pages of...
chiffonade 25 23 (French) green plant...
chiffonier 26 22 (French) a chest of...
chifforobe 28 24 a combination of war...
chloroform 26 22 to treat with or as...
choreiform 25 21 resembling chorea [a...
cinquefoil 31 28 a wildflower, aka ro...
clubfooted 25 22 having a clubfoot [a...
clypeiform 33 25 shaped like a buckle...
cocksfoots 26 23 COCKSFOOT, a type of...
cofounders 21 19 COFOUNDER, one who f...
cofounding 22 22 COFOUND, to found jo...
coltsfoots 23 17 COLTSFOOT, a composi...
comforters 23 19 COMFORTER, one who c...
comforting 24 22 COMFORT, to console...
conchiform 28 25 shaped like a shell...
confocally 32 24 CONFOCAL, of a type...
conformers 22 20 CONFORMER, one who c...
conforming 23 23 CONFORM, to become t...
conformism 24 23 compliance with esta...
conformist 23 20 one who conforms [n...
conformity 29 22 correspondence in fo...
confounded 20 21 CONFOUND, to confuse...
confounder 20 20 one who confounds [n...
coryneform 28 22 virgate, rod-shaped...
cotyliform 31 22 disc-shaped with a r...
cribriform 27 22 shaped like a sieve...
cristiform 25 19 in the form of a cre...
cruciforms 28 23 CRUCIFORM, something...
cuculiform 29 25 of, relating to, or...
cucumiform 29 27 cucumber-shaped [adj...
culiciform 29 24 like or resembling a...
cultriform 26 21 knife-shaped [adj]
cumuliform 27 25 shaped like a heap,...
cuneiforms 23 21 CUNEIFORM, a wedge-s...
cyathiform 32 23 shaped like a cup [a...
daffodilly 30 22 a yellow-flowered na...
defocusing 23 21 DEFOCUS, to cause to...
defocussed 22 19 DEFOCUS, to cause to...
defocusses 22 18 DEFOCUS, to cause to...
defoliants 19 16 DEFOLIANT, a chemica...
defoliated 19 16 DEFOLIATE, to remove...
defoliates 19 15 DEFOLIATE, to remove...
defoliator 19 15 a defoliating agent...
deforciant 21 18 one who keeps out of...
deforested 18 15 DEFOREST, to remove...
deforester 18 14 one who deforests [n...
deformable 22 21 able to be deformed...
deformedly 27 21 DEFORMED [adv]
dendriform 20 19 shaped like a tree,...
difformity 30 22 irregularity of form...
digitiform 23 19 shaped like a finger...
discomfort 24 20 to make uncomfortabl...
disforests 20 14 DISFOREST, to clear...
disforming 22 20 DISFORM, to alter th...
disinforms 21 18 DISINFORM, to inform...
disulfoton 20 17 an organophosphorus...
downforces 24 21 DOWNFORCE, an aerody...
dropforged 22 20 DROPFORGE, to forge...
dropforges 22 19 DROPFORGE, to forge...
dumbfounds 23 24 DUMBFOUND, to strike...
dumfounded 20 22 DUMFOUND, to strike...
dumfounder 20 21 to strike dumb; to c...