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4 letter words that contains OL

4 letter OL word

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awol 10 8 one who is absent wi...
bola 9 8 (Spanish) a South Am...
bold 10 9 brave, daring [adj B...
bole 9 8 a fine earthy clay [...
boll 11 9 to form pods [v -ED,...
bolo 9 8 (Spanish) a traditio...
bolt 10 8 to run away [v -ED,...
bool 9 8 (Scots) to play bowl...
cola 10 8 a genus of West Afri...
cold 11 9 a respiratory infect...
cole 10 8 a plant of the cabba...
coll 12 9 (obsolete) to embrac...
cols 11 8 COL, a pass in a mou...
colt 11 8 to cheat, defraud [v...
coly 17 10 an African bird [n C...
cool 10 8 to lower the tempera...
dhol 10 8 an large cylindrical...
diol 8 6 an alcohol with two...
dole 7 6 to distribute in sma...
doll 9 7 to dress stylishly [...
dols 8 6 DOL, a unit of pain...
dolt 8 6 a stupid person [n -...
dool 7 6 (obsolete) pain, woe...
enol 6 6 a chemical compound...
fold 10 9 to double over [v -E...
folk 11 12 a people or tribe [n...
fool 9 8 to deceive [v -ED, -...
gaol 8 7 to imprison, also JA...
gold 9 8 a precious metallic...
gole 8 7 a goal, a target [n...
golf 11 10 to play golf (a ball...
golp 11 10 in heraldry, a purpl...
gool 8 7 (Scots) a marigold,...
hold 10 8 to keep possession o...
hole 9 7 to make a cavity in...
holk 11 11 (Scots) to dig, burr...
holm 11 10 a river island, also...
holo 9 7 (short for) hologram...
holp 12 10 HELP, to give aid [v...
hols 10 7 (colloquial) holiday...
holt 10 7 the lair or den of a...
holy 16 9 perfect in a moral s...
idol 8 6 an object of worship...
jole 9 14 (dialect) to bump, k...
joll 11 15 (dialect) to bump, k...
jols 10 14 JOL, (South African...
jolt 10 14 to jar or shake roug...
kola 8 9 a genus of West Afri...
kolo 8 9 a Serbian folk dance...
loll 10 7 to lounge, also LOLL...
lolz 12 15 (slang) amusement de...
mola 8 8 a brightly-coloured...
mold 9 9 to work into a parti...
mole 8 8 the quantity of a co...
moll 10 9 a gangster's girlfri...
mols 9 8 MOL, a unit of molec...
molt 9 8 to shed feathers or...
moly 15 10 a magical herb given...
mool 8 8 (Scots) to cover wit...
nole 6 6 (Shakespeare) the to...
noll 8 7 the top of the head,...
nolo 6 6 (Latin) a type of le...
obol 9 8 an ancient Greek coi...
olde 7 6 (facetious) old [adj...
olds 8 6 OLD, a person of a s...
oldy 14 8 (colloquial) an old...
olea 6 5 OLEUM, fuming sulphu...
oleo 6 5 (short for) oleograp...
oles 7 5 OLE, (Spanish) a sho...
olid 8 6 rank-smelling [adj]
olio 7 5 a savoury dish of me...
olla 8 6 a wide-mouthed pot o...
olms 9 8 OLM, a kind of blind...
olpe 9 8 a Greek jug [n OLPES...
pole 9 8 to propel with a lon...
polk 11 12 to dance a polka [v...
poll 11 9 to assess public opi...
polo 9 8 a game played on hor...
pols 10 8 POL, a politician [n...
polt 10 8 to strike, thump [v...
poly 16 10 (short for) a polyte...
pool 9 8 to contribute to a c...
role 7 5 a part played by an...
rolf 10 8 to perform a deep ma...
roll 9 6 to move along by rep...
skol 9 9 (Old Norse) to down...
sola 7 5 (Hindi) an Indian pl...
sold 8 6 (Spenser) pay, remun...
sole 7 5 alone [adj SOLELY] /...
soli 8 5 SOLO, a performance...
solo 7 5 a performance by one...
sols 8 5 SOL, the fifth tone...
sool 7 5 to incite (a dog) to...
tola 7 5 (Hindi) an Indian un...
told 8 6 TELL, to inform [v]
tole 7 5 to lure or decoy [v...
toll 9 6 to sound, as a large...
tolt 8 5 a kind of writ in Ol...
tolu 8 6 a fragrant balsam sa...
tool 7 5 to use an implement...
viol 10 9 any member of a clas...
vola 9 9 the hollow of a hand...
vole 9 9 to win all tricks in...
volk 11 13 (Afrikaans) the Afri...
vols 10 9 VOL, in heraldry, tw...
volt 10 9 to make a sudden lea...
wold 11 9 an elevated tract of...
wolf 13 11 to devour ravenously...
wool 10 8 the fleece of sheep...
yold 14 8 YIELD, to give up [v...
yolk 15 11 the yellow, fatty pa...
zols 11 14 ZOL, (South African)...

5 letter words that contains OL

5 letter OL word

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acold 12 10 (Shakespeare) chille...
ahold 11 9 (obsolete) near the...
aioli 9 6 (French) a garlic-fl...
aldol 10 8 a chemical compound...
amole 9 9 a plant root used as...
anole 7 7 a tropical lizard of...
apiol 11 9 an oily liquid deriv...
argol 10 8 a hard crust (genera...
atoll 10 7 a coral island consi...
awols 12 9 AWOL, one who is abs...
azole 11 15 any of various organ...
bobol 13 12 to commit a type of...
bolar 11 9 pertaining to a fine...
bolas 11 9 (Spanish) a South Am...
bolds 12 10 BOLD, to make type b...
boles 11 9 BOLE, a fine earthy...
bolix 18 16 to make a mess of, a...
bolls 13 10 BOLL, to form pods [...
bolos 11 9 BOLO, (Spanish) a tr...
bolts 12 9 BOLT, to run away [v...
bolus 12 10 (Latin) a large pill...
bools 11 9 BOOL, (Scots) to pla...
brool 11 9 a deep murmur [n -S]
carol 12 9 to sing joyously [v...
chola 14 11 (Spanish) a Mexican-...
choli 15 11 (Hindi) a short, clo...
cholo 14 11 a flashy Mexican-Ame...
cibol 15 12 a variety of onion,...
colas 12 9 COLA, a genus of Wes...
colby 21 14 a type of mild-tasti...
colds 13 10 COLD, a respiratory...
coled 12 10 COLEAD, to lead join...
coles 12 9 COLE, a plant of the...
coley 18 11 an edible fish of th...
colic 16 12 severe abdominal pai...
colin 12 10 the American quail o...
colls 14 10 COLL, (obsolete) to...
colly 20 12 to blacken with coal...
colog 13 11 (short for) cologari...
colon 11 10 a section of the lar...
color 12 9 (US) to paint, also...
colts 13 9 COLT, to cheat, defr...
colza 15 18 a variety of cabbage...
cools 12 9 COOL, to lower the t...
cooly 18 11 (historical) a (non-...
crool 12 9 (Australian slang) t...
cymol 20 14 a hydrocarbon, also...
dhole 11 9 an Indian wild dog [...
dholl 13 10 a pea-like plant [n...
dhols 12 9 DHOL, an large cylin...
diols 10 7 DIOL, an alcohol wit...
dolce 12 10 (Italian) a soft-ton...
dolci 13 10 (Italian) sweet thin...
doled 9 8 DOLE, to distribute...
doles 9 7 DOLE, to distribute...
dolia 9 7 DOLIUM, (Latin) a Ro...
dolls 11 8 DOLL, to dress styli...
dolly 17 10 to move on a wheeled...
dolma 10 10 a vine or cabbage le...
dolor 9 7 grief, also DOLOUR [...
dolos 9 7 (South African) the...
dolts 10 7 DOLT, a stupid perso...
doole 8 7 (obsolete) pain, woe...
dools 9 7 DOOL, (obsolete) pai...
dooly 15 9 (Hindi) a litter or...
drole 9 7 a rogue or knave [n...
droll 11 8 to jest [v -ED, -ING...
drool 9 7 to let saliva flow f...
enols 8 7 ENOL, a chemical com...
enrol 8 7 to insert on a regis...
eusol 9 7 an antiseptic soluti...
extol 15 13 to praise highly, al...
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...
fools 11 9 FOOL, to deceive [v]
furol 12 10 a liquid obtained by...
gaols 10 8 GAOL, to imprison, a...
golds 11 9 GOLD, a precious met...
goldy 17 11 somewhat like gold [...
golem 11 11 (Yiddish) an artific...
goles 10 8 GOLE, a goal, a targ...
golfs 13 11 GOLF, to play golf (...
golly 18 11 a grotesque black do...
golpe 12 11 in heraldry, a purpl...
golps 13 11 GOLP, in heraldry, a...
goold 10 9 a flower, also GOOL...
gools 10 8 GOOL, (Scots) a mari...
gooly 16 10 (Australian) a small...
haole 10 8 one who is not a nat...
holds 12 9 HOLD, to keep posses...
holed 11 9 HOLE, to make a cavi...
holes 11 8 HOLE, to make a cavi...
holey 17 10 full of holes [adj H...
holks 13 12 HOLK, (Scots) to dig...
holla 12 9 to shout out a greet...
hollo 12 9 to shout out a greet...
holly 19 11 an evergreen shrub h...
holme 12 11 an island in a river...
holms 13 11 HOLM, a river island...
holon 10 9 an autonomous self-r...
holos 11 8 HOLO, (short for) ho...
holts 12 8 HOLT, the lair or de...
hooly 17 10 soft and careful [ad...
idola 9 7 IDOLON, a mental ima...
idols 10 7 IDOL, an object of w...
indol 9 8 a crystalline chemic...
jokol 12 19 (Shetlands) = yes ca...
joled 11 16 JOL, (South African...
joles 11 15 JOLE, (dialect) to b...
jolls 13 16 JOLL, (dialect) to b...
jolly 19 18 mirthful [adj JOLLIE...
jolts 12 15 JOLT, to jar or shak...
jolty 18 17 in a jolting manner...
ketol 10 10 one of a series of c...
knoll 11 12 a small hill [n -S]...
kolas 10 10 KOLA, a genus of Wes...
kolos 10 10 KOLO, a Serbian folk...
lolls 12 8 LOLL, to lounge, als...
lolly 18 10 (short for) a lollip...
lolog 11 9 the logarithm of a l...
lysol 17 9 (tradename) a kind o...
metol 10 9 a coal tar derivativ...
molal 11 10 relating to a mole,...
molar 10 9 a grinding tooth [n...
molas 10 9 MOLA, a brightly-col...
molds 11 10 MOLD, to work into a...
moldy 17 12 mouldy [adj MOLDIER,...
moled 10 10 MOLE, to elicit bit...
moles 10 9 MOLE, the quantity o...
molla 11 10 (Arabic) a Muslim le...
molls 12 10 MOLL, a gangster's g...
molly 18 12 a kind of tropical f...
molto 10 9 very (music) [adv]
molts 11 9 MOLT, to shed feathe...
molys 17 11 MOLY, a magical herb...
moola 9 9 (slang) money [n -S]
mooli 10 9 an East African vege...
mools 10 9 MOOL, (Scots) to cov...
mooly 16 11 a hornless cow, also...
nerol 8 7 a fragrant alcohol [...
nicol 12 10 a crystal of calcium...
noles 8 7 NOLE, (Shakespeare)...
nolls 10 8 NOLL, the top of the...
nolos 8 7 NOLO, (Latin) a type...
obole 10 9 a medieval French co...
oboli 11 9 OBOLUS, in the Middl...
obols 11 9 OBOL, an ancient Gre...
olden 8 8 to grow old [v -ED,...
older 9 7 OLD, living for a lo...
oldie 9 7 (colloquial) an old...
oleic 12 9 pertaining to or der...
olein 8 7 a glycerine ester of...
olent 8 7 having a smell [adj]
oleos 8 6 OLEO, (short for) ol...
oleum 10 10 fuming sulphuric aci...
olios 9 6 OLIO, a savoury dish...
olive 11 10 the small oval fruit...
ollas 10 7 OLLA, a wide-mouthed...
ollav 12 11 (Irish) an Irish mas...
oller 10 7 (dialect) waste grou...
ollie 10 7 to perform a certain...
ology 16 10 a science whose name...
olpae 10 9 OLPE, a Greek jug [n...
olpes 11 9 OLPE, a Greek jug [n...
osmol 10 9 a unit of osmotic pr...
ovoli 11 10 OVOLO, a moulding wi...
ovolo 10 10 a moulding with the...
paoli 11 9 PAOLO, an obsolete p...
paolo 10 9 an obsolete papal co...
parol 11 9 given by word of mou...
polar 11 9 a straight line rela...
poled 11 10 POLE, to propel with...
poler 11 9 (Australian) one of...
poles 11 9 POLE, to propel with...
poley 17 11 (Australian slang) a...
polio 11 9 an infectious virus...
polis 12 9 (Greek) an ancient G...
polje 13 18 (Serbo-Croat) a larg...
polka 12 13 a Bohemian dance or...
polks 13 13 POLK, to dance a pol...
polls 13 10 POLL, to assess publ...
polly 19 12 a type of mineral wa...
polos 11 9 POLO, a game played...
polts 12 9 POLT, to strike, thu...
polyp 20 14 an octopus or cuttle...
polys 18 11 POLY, (short for) a...
pools 11 9 POOL, to contribute...
prole 11 9 to prowl, also PROLL...
proll 13 10 (obsolete) to prowl,...
quoll 19 17 (Native Australian)...
rigol 11 8 a gutter or water-ch...
rolag 10 8 (Gaelic) a roll of c...
roles 9 6 ROLE, a part played...
rolfs 12 9 ROLF, to perform a d...
rolls 11 7 ROLL, to move along...
salol 10 7 a white crystalline...
saola 8 6 a small oxlike mamma...
scold 13 10 to rebuke harshly [v...
segol 10 8 (Hebrew) a vowel-poi...
sheol 11 8 (Hebrew) the place o...
shola 11 8 (Hindi) an Indian pl...
shool 11 8 (dialect) to saunter...
skols 11 10 SKOL, (Old Norse) to...
skool 10 10 (colloquial) school...
smolt 11 9 a young salmon [n -S...
snool 8 7 (Scots) to be tamely...
sokol 10 10 an international gro...
solah 11 8 (Hindi) an Indian pl...
solan 8 7 the common gannet, a...
solar 9 6 an upper room, a gar...
solas 9 6 SOLA, (Hindi) an Ind...
solde 9 7 (Spenser) pay, remun...
soldi 10 7 SOLDO, (Italian) a f...
soldo 9 7 (Italian) a former I...
solds 10 7 SOLD, (Spenser) pay,...
soled 9 7 SOLE, to replace the...
solei 9 6 SOLEUS, a leg muscle...
soler 9 6 (archaic) an upper r...
soles 9 6 SOLE, to replace the...
solid 10 7 having definite shap...
solon 8 7 a wise lawgiver [n -...
solos 9 6 SOLO, to perform a s...
solum 11 10 (Latin) the surface...
solus 10 7 a poster or advertis...
solve 11 10 to find the answer t...
soole 8 6 (Scots) to pull by t...
sools 9 6 SOOL, to incite (a d...
sotol 9 6 (Nahuatl) any of sev...
spool 11 9 to wind on a small c...
stole 9 6 a narrow ecclesiasti...
stoln 9 7 (Milton) stolen [adj...
stool 9 6 to put forth shoots...
swoln 12 10 SWELL, to increase i...
taxol 15 13 (tradename) a drug o...
thiol 12 8 a sulphur compound [...
thole 11 8 to endure, bear [v T...
tholi 12 8 THOLUS, (Latin) a ro...
tolan 8 7 a white crystalline...
tolar 9 6 (Slovene) the standa...
tolas 9 6 TOLA, (Hindi) an Ind...
toled 9 7 TOLE, to lure or dec...
toles 9 6 TOLE, to lure or dec...
tolls 11 7 TOLL, to sound, as a...
tolly 17 9 a castrated calf, al...
tolts 10 6 TOLT, a kind of writ...
tolus 10 7 TOLU, a fragrant bal...
tolyl 17 9 a chemical radical d...
tools 9 6 TOOL, to use an impl...
triol 10 6 a type of chemical c...
troll 11 7 to fish with a slowl...
viola 11 10 a tenor fiddle, slig...
viold 12 11 (Milton) vialled, pu...
viols 12 10 VIOL, any member of...
volae 10 10 VOLA, the hollow of...
volar 11 10 pertaining to the pa...
voled 11 11 VOLE, to win all tri...
voles 11 10 VOLE, to win all tri...
volet 11 10 a short veil worn at...
volks 13 14 VOLK, (Afrikaans) th...
volta 11 10 (Italian) a lively d...
volte 11 10 (Italian) a fencing...
volti 12 10 (Italian) a directio...
volts 12 10 VOLT, to make a sudd...
volva 13 14 a sac that encloses...
volve 13 14 (obsolete) to turn o...
whole 14 11 entire [adj WHOLLY]...
wolds 13 10 WOLD, an elevated tr...
wolfs 15 12 WOLF, to devour rave...
wolly 20 12 a uniformed policema...
wolve 14 13 to hunt for wolves [...
woold 12 10 to wind a rope or ch...
wools 12 9 WOOL, the fleece of...
wooly 18 11 having the texture o...
xylol 23 16 a flammable hydrocar...
ymolt 17 11 MELT, to change from...
yolks 17 12 YOLK, the yellow, fa...
yolky 23 14 like yolk [adj YOLKI...

6 letter words that contains OL

6 letter OL word

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abolla 13 11 (historical) a Roman...
abvolt 15 14 a unit of electrical...
aholds 13 10 near the wind; as, t...
aiolis 11 7 AIOLI, (French) a ga...
alcool 14 11 (French) a form of p...
aldols 12 9 ALDOL, a chemical co...
amatol 11 10 an explosive compose...
amidol 12 11 a colourless chemica...
amoles 11 10 AMOLE, a plant root...
angola 10 10 relating to a fabric...
anoles 9 8 ANOLE, a tropical li...
apiols 13 10 APIOL, an oily liqui...
apollo 13 11 a large tropical but...
apolog 13 12 a story presenting a...
areola 9 7 a small space in a n...
areole 9 7 a small space in a n...
argols 12 9 ARGOL, a hard crust...
arolla 11 8 the Swiss stone pine...
atolls 12 8 ATOLL, a coral islan...
azoles 13 16 AZOLE, any of variou...
azolla 14 17 a tiny water fern [n...
babool 14 13 (Hindi) a species of...
barolo 12 10 a red Italian wine [...
befool 14 13 to fool; to delude o...
behold 15 13 to view [v BEHELD, B...
benzol 15 20 a crude form of benz...
bifold 16 14 a two-piece door [n...
bobols 15 13 BOBOL, to commit a t...
bolded 13 12 BOLD, to make type b...
bolden 12 12 (obsolete) to make b...
bolder 13 11 BOLD, brave, daring...
boldly 21 14 BOLD, brave, daring...
bolero 12 10 (Spanish) a Spanish...
bolete 12 10 any fungus of the fa...
boleti 13 10 BOLETUS, a genus of...
bolide 13 11 a large meteor that...
boline 12 11 in wicca, a sickle-s...
bolled 14 12 BOLL, to form pods [...
bollen 13 12 (obsolete) swollen [...
bollix 21 18 to make a mess of, a...
bollox 20 18 to make a mess of, a...
bolshy 22 14 left-wing, also BOLS...
bolson 12 11 (Spanish) a basin-sh...
bolted 13 11 BOLT, to run away [v...
bolter 13 10 a sieve, a machine f...
booled 12 11 BOOL, (Scots) to pla...
brolga 14 12 a large grey Austral...
brolly 21 13 an umbrella [n BROLL...
brools 13 10 BROOL, a deep murmur...
cajole 15 19 to persuade by flatt...
canola 12 11 edible oil from the...
caroli 14 10 CAROLUS, a former En...
carols 14 10 CAROL, to sing joyou...
chibol 19 15 a variety of onion,...
cholas 16 12 CHOLA, (Spanish) a M...
choler 16 12 anger, irascibility...
cholic 20 15 relating to bile, as...
cholis 17 12 CHOLI, (Hindi) a sho...
cholla 17 13 a treelike cactus [n...
cholos 16 12 CHOLO, a flashy Mexi...
cibols 17 13 CIBOL, a variety of...
cineol 13 11 a liquid used as an...
citola 14 10 a pear-shaped guitar...
citole 14 10 a pear-shaped guitar...
colbys 23 15 COLBY, a type of mil...
colder 14 11 COLD, having no warm...
coldie 14 11 (colloquial) a cold...
coldly 22 14 COLD, having no warm...
colead 13 11 to lead jointly [v C...
coleus 14 11 a plant of the Mint...
coleys 20 12 COLEY, an edible fis...
colics 18 13 COLIC, severe abdomi...
colies 14 10 COLY, an African bir...
colins 14 11 COLIN, the American...
collar 15 11 to provide with a ne...
colled 15 12 COLL, (obsolete) to...
collet 15 11 a circular flange or...
collie 15 11 any of several breed...
collop 17 14 a small portion of m...
colobi 16 13 COLOBUS, a long tail...
cologs 15 12 COLOG, (short for) c...
colone 12 11 (Spanish) a monetary...
coloni 13 11 COLONUS, a freeborn...
colons 13 11 COLON, a section of...
colony 19 13 a settlement of emig...
colors 14 10 COLOR, (US) to paint...
colory 20 12 having much color, a...
colour 14 11 to paint, also COLOR...
coltan 13 11 a metallic ore of co...
colted 14 11 COLT, to cheat, defr...
colter 14 10 a blade on a plow, a...
colugo 15 13 a flying lemur [n -S...
column 15 15 a vertical cylindric...
colure 14 11 a celestial circle t...
colzas 17 19 COLZA, a variety of...
consol 13 11 a government bond [n...
cooled 13 11 COOL, to lower the t...
cooler 13 10 (colloquial) a priso...
coolie 13 10 (historical) a (non-...
coolly 21 13 COOL, moderately col...
coolth 16 12 the state of being c...
creole 13 10 a type of mixed lang...
cresol 14 10 a compound found in...
crools 14 10 CROOL, (Australian s...
cupola 16 14 (Italian) a spherica...
cymols 22 15 CYMOL, a hydrocarbon...
dewool 13 11 to remove the wool f...
dholak 14 14 (Hindi) a two-headed...
dholes 13 10 DHOLE, an Indian wil...
dholls 15 11 DHOLL, a pea-like pl...
dhooly 19 12 (Hindi) a litter or...
diobol 13 11 an ancient Greek coi...
dipole 13 11 a pair of equal and...
dolces 14 11 DOLCE, (Italian) a s...
dolent 10 9 (obsolete) causing s...
dolina 10 9 a swallow-hole, also...
doline 10 9 a swallow-hole, also...
doling 12 11 DOLE, to distribute...
dolium 13 12 (Latin) a Roman eart...
dollar 12 9 a monetary unit of t...
dolled 12 10 DOLL, to dress styli...
dollop 14 12 to dispense in small...
dolman 11 12 a Turkish robe; a hu...
dolmas 12 11 DOLMA, a vine or cab...
dolmen 11 12 a prehistoric struct...
dolors 11 8 DOLOR, grief, also D...
dolour 11 9 grief, also DOLOR [n...
doolan 9 9 (New Zealand) a Roma...
doolee 9 8 (Hindi) a litter or...
dooles 10 8 DOOLE, (obsolete) pa...
doolie 10 8 (Hindi) a litter or...
droler 11 8 DROLE, amusing [adj]
droles 11 8 DROLE, a rogue or kn...
drolls 13 9 DROLL, to jest [v]
drolly 19 11 DROLL, quaintly amus...
drools 11 8 DROOL, to let saliva...
drooly 17 10 drooling [adj DROOLI...
duolog 12 11 a conversation betwe...
ecbole 15 13 a rhetorical digress...
eidola 10 8 EIDOLON, (Greek) an...
emboli 14 13 EMBOLUS, a clot or a...
emboly 20 15 the formation of a g...
enfold 12 12 to envelop [v -ED, -...
engaol 10 10 (Shakespeare) to put...
enolic 13 11 relating to enol, a...
enroll 11 9 to insert on a regis...
enrols 10 8 ENROL, to insert on...
eolian 9 8 relating to, acted o...
eolith 13 9 a very early rough s...
escrol 14 10 a heraldic scroll, a...
eusols 11 8 EUSOL, an antiseptic...
evolue 12 12 a primitive person i...
evolve 14 15 to develop [v EVOLVE...
extold 17 15 EXTOL, to praise hig...
extoll 18 15 to praise highly, al...
extols 17 14 EXTOL, to praise hig...
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...
fooled 12 11 FOOL, to deceive [v]
formol 14 13 a formic aldehyde us...
frijol 16 19 a bean used as food,...
frivol 16 14 to behave playfully...
frolic 17 13 to play and run abou...
furole 13 11 a liquid obtained by...
furols 14 11 FUROL, a liquid obta...
gambol 15 15 to leap about playfu...
gaoled 11 10 GAOL, to imprison, a...
gaoler 11 9 one who keeps a gaol...
gatvol 14 13 (Afrikaans) annoyed,...
gigolo 13 11 a man supported fina...
glycol 23 15 a thick, colourless...
golden 11 11 of the colour of gol...
golder 12 10 GOLD, of the colour...
golems 13 12 GOLEM, (Yiddish) an...
golfed 14 13 GOLF, to play golf (...
golfer 14 12 one that golfs, also...
golias 12 9 to behave irreverent...
gollan 12 11 (dialect) a name for...
gollar 13 10 to make a loud gurgl...
goller 13 10 to make a loud gurgl...
gollop 15 13 to gulp hastily [v -...
golosh 14 11 an overshoe, also GA...
golpes 14 12 GOLPE, in heraldry,...
googol 12 11 the figure 1 followe...
goolds 12 10 GOOLD, a flower, als...
gooley 17 11 (Australian) a small...
goolie 11 9 (Australian) a small...
grooly 18 11 (slang) gruesome [ad...
haoles 12 9 HAOLE, one who is no...
holard 13 10 the total amount of...
holden 12 11 HOLD, to keep posses...
holder 13 10 one that holds [n -S...
holdup 16 14 a delay [n -S]
holier 13 9 HOLY, perfect in a m...
holies 13 9 HOLY, a sacred place...
holily 21 12 HOLY, perfect in a m...
holing 14 12 the process of makin...
holism 15 12 the philosophical th...
holist 14 9 a believer in holism...
holked 14 14 HOLK, (Scots) to dig...
hollas 14 10 HOLLA, to shout out...
holler 14 10 to call out or yell...
holloa 13 10 to shout out a greet...
holloo 13 10 to shout out a greet...
hollos 14 10 HOLLO, to shout out...
hollow 17 13 to remove the interi...
holmes 14 12 HOLME, an island in...
holmia 14 12 an oxide of holmium...
holmic 18 15 relating to holmium,...
holons 12 10 HOLON, an autonomous...
holpen 14 13 HELP, to give aid [v...
hooley 18 11 (Irish) a boisterous...
hoolie 12 9 (Scots) easy, slow [...
idolon 10 9 a mental image, a fa...
idolum 13 12 (Latin) a mental ima...
indole 10 9 a chemical compound,...
indols 11 9 INDOL, a crystalline...
infold 13 12 to fold inwards [v -...
insole 10 8 the inner sole of a...
iolite 11 7 a transparent gem, v...
isolex 17 14 a line delineating a...
isolog 12 9 an organic compound...
jarool 12 16 a deciduous tree of...
joling 14 19 JOL, (South African...
jolled 14 18 JOLL, (dialect) to b...
joller 14 17 one who jols, has a...
jolley 20 19 a guide for fixing a...
jollop 16 20 a cream [n -S]
jolted 13 17 JOLT, to jar or shak...
jolter 13 16 one who, or that whi...
jymold 21 22 (Shakespeare) jointe...
kagool 12 13 a light anorak, also...
kaolin 11 12 a very pure white cl...
ketols 12 11 KETOL, one of a seri...
knolls 13 13 KNOLL, an obsolete f...
knolly 19 15 like a knoll [adj KN...
kobold 14 15 a mischievous elf in...
kolhoz 17 22 a collective farm in...
kolkoz 16 24 a collective farm in...
koolah 13 13 a small furry Austra...
lavolt 14 12 a lively dance for c...
lintol 12 9 a horizontal support...
lobola 13 11 an African custom wh...
lobolo 13 11 an African custom wh...
loligo 13 10 a genus of cephalopo...
lolium 14 12 any plant of the Lol...
lolled 13 10 LOLL, to lounge, als...
loller 13 9 one who lolls [n -S]
lollop 15 12 to lounge, also LOLL...
lologs 13 10 LOLOG, the logarithm...
lysols 19 10 LYSOL, (tradename) a...
maltol 13 11 a natural food addit...
metols 12 10 METOL, a coal tar de...
molars 12 10 MOLAR, a grinding to...
molded 12 12 MOLD, to work into a...
molder 12 11 to turn to dust by n...
molest 12 10 to touch or interfer...
molies 12 10 MOLY, a magical herb...
moline 11 11 a cross with two out...
moling 13 13 MOLE, to elicit bit...
mollah 15 13 (Arabic) a Muslim le...
mollas 13 11 MOLLA, (Arabic) a Mu...
mollie 13 11 the carousing of sea...
moloch 17 15 a spiny Australian l...
molted 12 11 MOLT, to shed feathe...
molten 11 11 made liquid by heat...
molter 12 10 one that molts, also...
mongol 12 13 a person affected by...
moolah 13 12 (Arabic) a Muslim le...
moolas 11 10 MOOLA, (slang) money...
mooled 11 11 MOOL, (Scots) to cov...
mooley 17 12 a hornless cow, also...
moolis 12 10 MOOLI, an East Afric...
mooloo 10 10 (New Zealand) someon...
moolvi 14 14 a teacher of Islamic...
musrol 13 11 (obsolete) the noseb...
neroli 10 8 an oil distilled fro...
nerols 10 8 NEROL, a fragrant al...
nicols 14 11 NICOL, a crystal of...
oboles 12 10 OBOLE, a medieval Fr...
obolus 13 11 in the Middle Ages,...
oldens 10 9 OLDEN, to grow old [...
oldest 11 8 OLD, living for a lo...
oldies 11 8 OLDY, (colloquial) a...
oldish 14 10 somewhat old [adj]
oleate 9 7 a salt of oleic acid...
olefin 12 11 a hydrocarbon of the...
oleine 9 8 a glycerine ester of...
oleins 10 8 OLEIN, a glycerine e...
oleums 12 11 OLEUM, fuming sulphu...
olfact 16 13 to smell something [...
olingo 11 10 a small mammal of Ce...
oliver 13 11 a forge-hammer worke...
olives 13 11 OLIVE, the small ova...
olivet 13 11 a button shaped like...
ollamh 15 13 (Irish) an Irish mas...
ollavs 14 12 OLLAV, (Irish) an Ir...
ollers 12 8 OLLER, (dialect) was...
ollied 12 9 OLLIE, to perform a...
ollies 12 8 OLLIE [n]
oolite 10 7 a kind of limestone...
oolith 13 9 any of the small rou...
oology 17 11 the study of bird's...
oolong 10 10 (Chinese) a variety...
oriole 10 7 any of various mainl...
ormolu 12 11 an alloy of copper,...
osmole 11 10 a unit of osmotic pr...
osmols 12 10 OSMOL, a unit of osm...
ovolos 12 11 OVOLO, a moulding wi...
palolo 13 11 an edible sea-worm [...
parole 12 10 to give a conditiona...
parols 13 10 PAROL, a parole [n]
patrol 13 10 to guard by moving a...
payola 18 12 a secret payment or...
petrol 13 10 to supply with petro...
phenol 14 13 a caustic compound [...
pholas 15 12 a mollusc of the pid...
phytol 22 14 an alcohol used to s...
pinole 12 11 (Spanish) an America...
piolet 13 10 (French) a mountain-...
pistol 14 10 to shoot with a smal...
podsol 13 11 (Russian) a leached...
podzol 16 20 an infertile soil, a...
poepol 14 13 (South African) the...
polack 17 17 a person of Polish b...
polars 13 10 POLAR, a straight li...
polder 13 11 to reclaim low-lying...
poleax 18 17 to strike with an ax...
poleis 13 10 POLIS, (Greek) an an...
polers 13 10 POLER, (Australian)...
poleyn 18 13 a piece of armour fo...
poleys 19 12 POLEY, (Australian s...
police 16 13 to make orderly [v P...
policy 23 15 an action or a proce...
polies 13 10 POLY, (short for) a...
poling 14 13 poles collectively [...
polios 13 10 POLIO, an infectious...
polish 16 12 to make lustrous by...
polite 13 10 showing consideratio...
polity 20 12 political organisati...
poljes 15 19 POLJE, (Serbo-Croat)...
polkas 14 14 POLKA, to dance this...
polked 14 15 POLK, to dance a pol...
pollan 13 12 a whitefish, plentif...
polled 14 12 POLL, to assess publ...
pollee 13 11 one who is polled [n...
pollen 13 12 the microspore of se...
poller 14 11 one that polls, also...
pollex 20 18 (Latin) the thumb, a...
polony 18 13 a kind of sausage ma...
polted 13 11 POLT, to strike, thu...
polyol 20 13 an alcohol containin...
polype 21 15 (obsolete) an octopu...
polypi 22 15 POLYPUS, a growth pr...
polyps 22 15 POLYP, an octopus or...
pooled 12 11 POOL, to contribute...
pooler 12 10 a person taking part...
posole 12 10 a thick soup made of...
pozole 15 19 a thick soup made of...
prolan 12 11 a gonadotropic hormo...
proled 13 11 PROLE, to prowl, als...
proleg 14 12 an abdominal leg of...
proler 13 10 (obsolete) a prowler...
proles 13 10 PROLE, to prowl, als...
prolix 20 17 tediously long and w...
prolls 15 11 PROLL, (obsolete) to...
prolly 21 13 (colloquial) probabl...
prolog 14 12 to preface, also PRO...
pyrola 19 12 (Latin) any plant of...
pyrrol 20 12 a colourless toxic l...
quinol 19 18 a reducing agent obt...
quolls 21 18 QUOLL, (Native Austr...
refold 13 11 to fold again [v -ED...
remold 12 11 to retread a tyre, a...
repoll 14 11 to poll again [v -ED...
reroll 12 8 to roll again [v -ED...
resold 11 8 RESELL, to sell agai...
resole 10 7 to put on new soles...
retold 11 8 RETELL, to tell agai...
retool 10 7 to reequip with tool...
revolt 13 11 to rise up against a...
rigoll 14 10 a gutter or water-ch...
rigols 13 9 RIGOL, a gutter or w...
rolags 12 9 ROLAG, (Gaelic) a ro...
rolfed 13 11 ROLF, to perform a d...
rolfer 13 10 a manipulator of mus...
rolled 12 9 ROLL, to move along...
roller 12 8 a cylindrical device...
rollie 12 8 a hand-rolled cigare...
rollup 15 12 something that is ro...
rotolo 10 7 (Italian) an Italian...
rucola 14 11 (Italian) a Mediterr...
rugola 12 10 (Italian) a Mediterr...
safrol 13 10 a colourless oily li...
salols 12 8 SALOL, a white cryst...
santol 10 8 a tropical tree yiel...
saolas 10 7 SAOLA, a small oxlik...
school 16 12 to educate in an ins...
scolds 15 11 SCOLD, to rebuke har...
scolex 20 17 the knoblike head of...
scolia 14 10 SCOLION, a Greek dri...
scroll 16 11 to move text across...
seghol 14 11 (Hebrew) a vowel-poi...
segols 12 9 SEGOL, (Hebrew) a vo...
sheols 13 9 SHEOL, (Hebrew) the...
sholas 13 9 SHOLA, (Hindi) an In...
sholom 14 12 (Hebrew) in Jewish s...
shoole 12 9 (dialect) to saunter...
shools 13 9 SHOOL, (dialect) to...
skatol 12 11 a crystalline compou...
skoled 12 12 SKOL, (Old Norse) to...
skolia 12 11 SKOLION, a Greek dri...
skolly 20 14 (Afrikaans) a colour...
skools 12 11 SKOOL, (colloquial)...
smolts 13 10 SMOLT, a young salmo...
snools 10 8 SNOOL, (Scots) to be...
sobole 12 10 a creeping undergrou...
sokols 12 11 SOKOL, an internatio...
solace 13 10 to console [v SOLACE...
solahs 13 9 SOLAH, (Hindi) an In...
soland 10 9 the common gannet, a...
solano 9 8 (Spanish) a hot, dus...
solans 10 8 SOLAN, the common ga...
solars 11 7 SOLAR, an upper room...
solate 10 7 to convert or be con...
soldan 10 9 (archaic) the monarc...
solder 11 8 to join together wit...
soldes 11 8 SOLDE, (Spenser) pay...
solein 10 8 (Spenser) sullen [ad...
solely 18 10 SOLE, alone [adv]
solemn 11 11 serious [adj SOLEMNE...
solera 10 7 (Spanish) a system o...
solers 11 7 SOLER, (archaic) an...
soleus 11 8 a leg muscle [n SOLE...
solgel 13 10 involving changes in...
solidi 12 8 SOLIDUS, (Latin) a R...
solids 12 8 SOLID, a solid subst...
soling 12 10 SOLE, to replace the...
solion 10 8 an electronic detect...
solito 11 7 (Italian) in the usu...
solive 13 11 a joist or beam of s...
sollar 12 8 (archaic) to put in...
soller 12 8 (archaic) an upper r...
soloed 10 8 SOLO, to perform a s...
soloes 10 7 SOLO, to perform a s...
solons 10 8 SOLON, a wise lawgiv...
solums 13 11 SOLUM, (Latin) the s...
solute 11 8 the minor component...
solved 13 12 SOLVE, to find the a...
solver 13 11 one who solves [n -S...
solves 13 11 SOLVE, to find the a...
sooled 10 8 SOOL, to incite (a d...
sooler 10 7 one who sools, incit...
sooles 10 7 SOOLE, (Scots) to pu...
sotols 11 7 SOTOL, (Nahuatl) any...
spools 13 10 SPOOL, to wind on a...
stanol 10 8 a drug taken to prev...
sterol 11 7 a solid higher alcoh...
stoled 11 8 wearing a stole [adj...
stolen 10 8 STEAL, to take by th...
stoles 11 7 STOLE, a narrow eccl...
stolid 12 8 impassive, unemotion...
stolon 10 8 (Latin) a runner or...
stools 11 7 STOOL, to put forth...
stooly 17 9 (US) an informant fo...
stroll 13 8 to walk in a leisure...
symbol 21 15 to serve as a repres...
tallol 13 9 a resinous liquid [n...
taxols 17 14 TAXOL, (tradename) a...
thiols 14 9 THIOL, a sulphur com...
tholed 13 10 THOLE, to endure, be...
tholes 13 9 THOLE, to endure, be...
tholoi 13 9 THOLOS, a circular,...
tholos 13 9 a circular, undergro...
tholus 14 10 (Latin) a round buil...
thymol 21 14 an antiseptic phenol...
tolane 9 8 a white crystalline...
tolans 10 8 TOLAN, a white cryst...
tolars 11 7 TOLAR, (Slovene) the...
toledo 10 8 (Spanish) a sword or...
toling 12 10 the act of toling, l...
tolled 12 9 TOLL, to sound, as a...
toller 12 8 a collector of tolls...
tolley 18 10 in the game of marbl...
tollie 12 8 a castrated calf, al...
tolsel 12 8 a merchants' meeting...
tolsey 17 9 a merchants' meeting...
tolter 11 7 (dialect) to flounde...
toluic 15 11 containing toluene [...
toluid 12 9 a derivative of glyc...
toluol 12 9 a solvent derived fr...
toluyl 19 11 a chemical radical d...
tolyls 19 10 TOLYL, a chemical ra...
tolzey 20 18 a merchants' meeting...
tooled 10 8 TOOL, to use an impl...
tooler 10 7 a person who tools t...
toolie 10 7 in Australia, an adu...
triols 12 7 TRIOL, a type of che...
trolls 13 8 TROLL, to fish with...
trolly 19 10 to travel by streetc...
tufoli 14 11 (Italian) a large ma...
unbolt 13 12 to undo a bolt [v -E...
uncolt 14 12 (Shakespeare) to unh...
uncool 13 12 not cool [adj]
unfold 13 13 to open something th...
unfool 12 12 to undeceive [v -ED,...
unholy 19 13 not holy [adj UNHOLI...
unmold 12 13 to change the form o...
unroll 12 10 to open something th...
unsold 11 10 not sold [adj]
untold 11 10 not told [adj]
upfold 16 15 to fold up [v -ED, -...
uphold 16 14 to hold aloft [v UPH...
uproll 15 12 to roll upward [v -E...
upsold 14 12 UPSELL, to attempt t...
violas 13 11 VIOLA, a tenor fiddl...
violer 13 11 a viol player, a fid...
violet 13 11 any plant or flower...
violin 13 12 the smallest of the...
volage 13 13 (French) giddy; flig...
volant 12 12 capable of flight; o...
volary 19 13 an aviary [n VOLARIE...
volens 12 12 (Latin) consenting t...
volery 19 13 a large bird cage [n...
volets 13 11 VOLET, a short veil...
voling 14 14 VOLE, to win all tri...
volley 20 14 to return a ball bef...
volost 13 11 (Russian) a local go...
volted 13 12 VOLT, to make a sudd...
voltes 13 11 VOLTE, (Italian) a f...
volume 14 15 to send or give out...
volute 13 12 any marine shell of...
volvae 14 15 VOLVA, a sac that en...
volvas 15 15 VOLVA, a sac that en...
volved 15 16 VOLVE, (obsolete) to...
volves 15 15 VOLVE, (obsolete) to...
volvox 21 22 any of a genus of fr...
wadmol 15 14 a thick, coarse wool...
wholes 16 12 WHOLE, all the parts...
wholly 24 15 WHOLE, entire [adv]
wittol 15 10 (archaic) a husband...
wolfed 16 14 WOLF, to devour rave...
wolfer 16 13 a hunter of wolves,...
wolved 16 15 WOLVE, to hunt for w...
wolver 16 14 a hunter of wolves,...
wolves 16 14 WOLF, a carnivorous...
woolds 14 11 WOOLD, to wind a rop...
wooled 13 11 having (such) wool;...
woolen 12 11 a fabric made of woo...
wooler 13 10 a domestic animal ra...
woolie 13 10 a woollen garment, a...
woolly 21 13 like wool [adj WOOLL...
xylols 25 17 XYLOL, a flammable h...
yolked 18 14 having a yolk [adj]
zipola 16 19 nothing [n -S]
zufoli 17 20 ZUFOLO, (Italian) a...
zufolo 16 20 (Italian) a small fl...

7 letter words that contains OL

7 letter OL word

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abolish 17 13 to put an end to [v...
abollae 14 12 ABOLLA, (historical)...
abollas 15 12 ABOLLA, (historical)...
absolve 16 15 to free from the con...
abvolts 17 15 ABVOLT, a unit of el...
acerola 14 11 a West Indian shrub...
acholia 17 13 a lack of bile [n -S...
acolyte 21 13 a faithful follower,...
acolyth 24 15 (obsolete) a faithfu...
aeolian 10 9 pertaining to the wi...
aerosol 11 8 a spray released und...
airhole 14 10 a hole for the passa...
alcohol 18 14 a flammable liquid [...
alcools 16 12 ALCOOL, (French) a f...
alveole 14 13 a small body cavity,...
alveoli 15 13 ALVEOLUS, a small bo...
amatols 13 11 AMATOL, an explosive...
amidols 14 12 AMIDOL, a colourless...
anethol 13 11 an aromatic ether wh...
anisole 11 9 a colourless liquid...
anolyte 17 11 the part of an elect...
apollos 15 12 APOLLO, a large trop...
apologs 15 13 APOLOG, a story pres...
apology 21 15 an explanation with...
apolune 13 13 the point in the orb...
areolae 10 8 AREOLA, a small spac...
areolar 11 8 pertaining to an are...
areolas 11 8 AREOLA, a small spac...
areoles 11 8 AREOLE, a small spac...
armhole 15 13 a hole in a garment...
arollas 13 9 AROLLA, the Swiss st...
arugola 13 11 (Italian) a Mediterr...
asshole 14 10 an unpleasant and/or...
aureola 11 9 a halo [n AUREOLAS o...
aureole 11 9 a glorifying halo, a...
axolotl 19 16 a type of Mexican sa...
azollas 16 18 AZOLLA, a tiny water...
babools 16 14 BABOOL, (Hindi) a sp...
bandrol 14 13 a small banner or st...
barbola 16 14 an ornamentation of...
barolos 14 11 BAROLO, a red Italia...
bedroll 16 13 a portable roll of b...
befools 16 14 BEFOOL, to fool; to...
beholds 17 14 BEHOLD, to view [v]
benzole 16 21 crude benzene, used...
benzols 17 21 BENZOL, a crude form...
bicolor 18 14 something having two...
bifolds 18 15 BIFOLD, a two-piece...
biology 22 15 the science of life...
bipolar 17 14 having two poles [ad...
boffola 18 17 a hearty laugh, also...
boghole 17 15 a natural hole in th...
bolases 14 11 BOLAS, (Spanish) a S...
boldens 14 13 BOLDEN, (obsolete) t...
boldest 15 12 BOLD, brave, daring...
bolding 16 15 BOLD, to make type b...
boleros 14 11 BOLERO, (Spanish) a...
boletes 14 11 BOLETE, any fungus o...
boletus 15 12 a genus of fungi wit...
bolides 15 12 BOLIDE, a large mete...
bolines 14 12 BOLINE, in wicca, a...
bolivar 17 15 the monetary unit of...
bolivia 17 15 a soft fabric [n -S]
bolixed 21 19 BOLIX, to make a mes...
bolixes 21 18 BOLIX, to make a mes...
bollard 16 13 a post of metal or w...
bolling 17 15 BOLL, to form pods [...
bollock 20 19 to reprimand severel...
bologna 14 14 a seasoned sausage,...
boloney 19 14 deceptive talk, nons...
bolshie 17 13 a Bolshevik [n -S] /...
bolsons 14 12 BOLSON, (Spanish) a...
bolster 15 11 to support [v -ED, -...
bolters 15 11 BOLTER, a sieve, a m...
bolting 16 14 the act of sieving t...
boluses 15 12 BOLUS, (Latin) a lar...
booling 15 14 BOOL, (Scots) to pla...
borneol 13 12 an alcohol used in p...
bothole 16 13 a hole in a hide cau...
bricole 18 14 (French) a shot in b...
bristol 16 11 a smooth cardboard [...
brocoli 18 14 a plant of the cabba...
brolgas 16 13 BROLGA, a large grey...
bucolic 22 18 of or relating to sh...
butanol 14 13 a flammable alcohol...
cacolet 18 14 (French) a military...
cajoled 17 21 CAJOLE, to persuade...
cajoler 17 20 one who cajoles [n -...
cajoles 17 20 CAJOLE, to persuade...
camphol 21 19 a rare variety of ca...
cannoli 14 13 a tube of pasta fill...
canolas 14 12 CANOLA, edible oil f...
capitol 18 14 a building occupied...
caracol 18 14 to perform a half tu...
cariole 15 11 (French) a small ope...
caroled 15 12 CAROL, to sing joyou...
caroler 15 11 one who sings joyous...
carolus 16 12 a former English gol...
carpool 17 14 to take turns drivin...
cathole 17 13 one of two holes in...
chaebol 19 16 a group of businesse...
chibols 21 16 CHIBOL, a variety of...
cholate 17 13 a salt of cholic aci...
cholent 17 14 a Jewish stew of boi...
cholera 17 13 an acute and frequen...
cholers 18 13 CHOLER, anger, irasc...
choline 17 14 an alcohol found bil...
chollas 19 14 CHOLLA, a treelike c...
choltry 25 15 a shed used for asse...
cineole 14 12 a liquid used as an...
cineols 15 12 CINEOL, a liquid use...
cipolin 18 15 (Italian) a kind of...
citolas 16 11 CITOLA, a pear-shape...
citoles 16 11 CITOLE, a pear-shape...
colbies 18 14 COLBY, a type of mil...
coldest 16 12 COLD, having no warm...
coldies 16 12 COLDIE, (colloquial)...
coldish 19 14 somewhat cold [adj]
coleads 15 12 COLEAD, to lead join...
coletit 16 11 a bird of the tit fa...
colibri 19 14 a type of hummingbir...
colicin 19 15 an antibacterial sub...
colicky 27 20 pertaining to, or tr...
colitic 20 14 of or like colitis,...
colitis 17 11 inflammation of the...
collage 17 14 to arrange materials...
collard 17 13 pickled or salted me...
collars 17 12 COLLAR, to provide w...
collate 16 12 to examine and compa...
collect 20 15 to bring together in...
colleen 15 13 an Irish girl [n -S]
college 17 14 a school of higher l...
collets 17 12 COLLET, to set a gem...
collide 17 13 to clash together [v...
collied 17 13 COLLY, to blacken wi...
collier 17 12 a coal miner [n -S]
collies 17 12 COLLIE, any of sever...
colling 18 15 embracing [n -S]
collins 17 13 an alcoholic beverag...
colloid 17 13 a mixture between a...
collops 19 15 COLLOP, a small port...
collude 17 14 to conspire [v COLLU...
colobid 18 15 like a monkey [adj]
colobus 18 15 a long tailed monkey...
cologne 15 14 a perfumed mixture o...
colonel 15 13 a military officer [...
colones 14 12 COLONE, (Spanish) a...
colonic 18 15 irrigation of the co...
colonus 15 13 a freeborn serf [n C...
colored 15 12 a colored person [n...
colorer 15 11 one that colors, als...
colossi 16 11 COLOSSUS, (Latin) a...
colours 16 12 COLOUR, to paint, al...
coloury 22 14 having much colour,...
coltans 15 12 COLTAN, a metallic o...
colters 16 11 COLTER, a blade on a...
colting 17 14 COLT, to cheat, defr...
coltish 19 13 like a colt [adj COL...
colugos 17 14 COLUGO, a flying lem...
columel 18 16 a small column-like...
columns 17 16 COLUMN, a vertical c...
colures 16 12 COLURE, a celestial...
condole 14 13 to express sympathet...
console 14 12 to comfort [v CONSOL...
consols 15 12 CONSOL, a government...
control 15 12 to exercise authorit...
coolant 14 12 a cooling agent; a f...
coolers 15 11 COOLER, (colloquial)...
coolest 15 11 COOL, moderately col...
coolies 15 11 COOLIE, (historical)...
cooling 16 14 serving to cool [adj...
coolish 18 13 somewhat cool [adj]
coolist 16 11 a person, esp. a sci...
coolths 18 13 COOLTH, the state of...
corolla 16 12 (Latin) the collecti...
crapola 17 14 (colloquial) rubbish...
creoles 15 11 CREOLE, a type of mi...
creosol 15 11 one of the active co...
cresols 16 11 CRESOL, a compound f...
criollo 17 12 (Spanish) a Latin Am...
crooled 15 12 CROOL, (Australian s...
cuckold 21 20 a man with an unfait...
cupolar 18 15 pertaining to a sphe...
cupolas 18 15 CUPOLA, to furnish w...
cytosol 22 13 the fluid portion of...
damfool 15 15 a stupid person [n -...
danazol 14 19 a synthetic male hor...
dariole 12 9 a small cylindrical...
decolor 15 12 to deprive of color,...
devolve 16 17 to transfer from one...
dewools 15 12 DEWOOL, to remove th...
dholaks 16 15 DHOLAK, (Hindi) a tw...
diabolo 14 12 (Italian) a game in...
diazole 15 18 any of a group of or...
diobols 15 12 DIOBOL, an ancient G...
dipolar 15 12 having two poles, as...
dipoles 15 12 DIPOLE, a pair of eq...
dithiol 16 11 a chemical compound...
dogbolt 16 14 a type of arrow [n -...
doghole 15 13 a wretched dwelling...
doleful 16 14 sad, full of woe [ad...
dolente 11 10 musical direction, t...
dolinas 12 10 DOLINA, a swallow-ho...
dolines 12 10 DOLINE, a swallow-ho...
dollars 14 10 DOLLAR, a monetary u...
dolldom 15 14 the world of dolls [...
dollied 14 11 DOLLY, to move on a...
dollier 14 10 one who wheels a tro...
dollies 14 10 DOLLY, to move on a...
dolling 15 13 DOLL, to dress styli...
dollish 17 12 like a doll [adj DOL...
dollops 16 13 DOLLOP, to dispense...
dolmans 13 13 DOLMAN, a Turkish ro...
dolmens 13 13 DOLMEN, a prehistori...
dolosse 12 9 DOLOS, (South Africa...
dolours 13 10 DOLOUR, grief, also...
dolphin 17 15 any of a group of sm...
doltish 16 11 like a dolt [adj DOL...
dongola 12 12 a type of tanned lea...
doolans 11 10 DOOLAN, (New Zealand...
doolees 11 9 DOOLEE, (Hindi) a li...
doolies 12 9 DOOLY, (Hindi) a lit...
drolest 13 9 DROLE, amusing [adj]
drolled 14 11 DROLL, to jest [v]
droller 14 10 DROLL, quaintly amus...
drooled 12 10 DROOL, to let saliva...
duologs 14 12 DUOLOG, a conversati...
duopoly 21 15 the market condition...
earhole 13 10 the external opening...
ecboles 17 14 ECBOLE, a rhetorical...
ecbolic 21 17 a drug used to assis...
ecology 22 15 the study of the int...
egoless 13 10 not self-centered [a...
eidolic 16 12 like an eidolon, an...
eidolon 11 10 (Greek) an unsubstan...
embolic 19 17 pertaining to an emb...
embolus 16 15 a clot or air bubble...
enfolds 14 13 ENFOLD, to envelop [...
engaols 12 11 ENGAOL, (Shakespeare...
enolase 10 9 a muscle enzyme [n -...
enology 18 13 the study of wines,...
enrolls 13 10 ENROLL, to insert on...
entrold 12 10 (Spenser) a past par...
eoliths 15 10 EOLITH, a very early...
epiboly 23 16 the process by which...
escolar 15 11 an Atlantic fish of...
escroll 17 12 a heraldic scroll, a...
escrols 16 11 ESCROL, a heraldic s...
espanol 13 12 (Spanish) a native o...
estriol 13 8 an estrogen, also OE...
ethanol 13 11 ethyl alcohol [n -S]
etiolin 12 9 a yellow pigment in...
eugenol 12 12 an aromatic liquid [...
evolues 14 13 EVOLUE, a primitive...
evolute 14 13 to develop by evolut...
evolved 16 17 EVOLVE, to develop [...
evolver 16 16 one who evolves [n -...
evolves 16 16 EVOLVE, to develop [...
extolls 20 16 EXTOLL, to praise hi...
eyebolt 20 13 a bolt with a looped...
eyefold 20 14 a fold of skin of th...
eyehole 19 12 a circular opening t...
fanfold 16 16 to fold paper like a...
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...
foolery 20 13 foolish behaviour or...
fooling 15 14 playing the fool [n...
foolish 17 13 lacking good sense o...
formols 16 14 FORMOL, a formic ald...
foveola 15 15 a small fovea, also...
foveole 15 15 a small fovea, also...
foxhole 22 20 a small battle entre...
frijole 17 20 a bean used as food,...
frivols 18 15 FRIVOL, to behave pl...
frolics 19 14 FROLIC, to play and...
furoles 15 12 FUROLE, a liquid obt...
fusarol 15 12 a semi-circular moul...
gambols 17 16 GAMBOL, to leap abou...
gaolers 13 10 GAOLER, one who keep...
gaoling 14 13 GAOL, to imprison, a...
gasahol 15 12 a mixture of 8 or 9...
gasohol 15 12 a mixture of 8 or 9...
geology 20 14 the science of the o...
gigolos 15 12 GIGOLO, a man suppor...
girasol 14 10 a variety of opal, a...
girolle 15 11 an edible mushroom,...
girosol 14 10 a variety of opal, a...
glycols 25 16 GLYCOL, a thick, col...
goldarn 13 12 (colloquial) to damn...
goldbug 18 17 a gold beetle [n -S]
goldens 13 12 GOLDEN, to become li...
goldest 14 11 GOLD, of the colour...
goldeye 19 13 a freshwater fish [n...
goldier 14 11 GOLDY, somewhat like...
goldies 14 11 GOLDY, a goldfinch [...
goldish 17 13 somewhat gold [adj]
goldurn 14 13 an expression of ang...
golfers 16 13 GOLFER, one that gol...
golfing 17 16 the game of golf [n...
goliard 14 11 (historical) a wande...
goliath 16 12 a person considered...
golland 14 13 (dialect) a name for...
gollans 14 12 GOLLAN, (dialect) a...
gollars 15 11 GOLLAR, to make a lo...
gollers 15 11 GOLLER, to make a lo...
gollied 15 12 GOLLY, to spit [v]
gollies 15 11 GOLLY, to spit [v]
gollops 17 14 GOLLOP, to gulp hast...
goloshe 15 12 an overshoe, also GA...
gondola 12 12 a long, narrow boat...
googols 14 12 GOOGOL, the figure 1...
gooleys 19 12 GOOLEY, (Australian)...
goolies 13 10 GOOLIE, (Australian)...
granola 12 11 (tradename) a type o...
hagbolt 18 15 a sea bird, the grea...
hemiola 15 13 in mediaeval music,...
holards 15 11 HOLARD, the total am...
holdall 17 13 a carrying case [n -...
holders 15 11 HOLDER, one that hol...
holding 16 14 something held [n -S...
holdout 15 12 one who delays signi...
holdups 18 15 HOLDUP, a delay [n]
holesom 15 13 (Spenser) wholesome,...
holeyer 20 12 HOLEY, full of holes...
holibut 18 14 a flatfish, also HAL...
holiday 21 13 to take a vacation [...
holiest 15 10 HOLY, perfect in a m...
holings 16 13 HOLING, the process...
holisms 17 13 HOLISM, the philosop...
holists 16 10 HOLIST, a believer i...
holking 17 17 HOLK, (Scots) to dig...
hollaed 15 12 HOLLA, to shout out...
holland 15 13 a coarse plain-woven...
hollers 16 11 HOLLER, to call out...
hollies 16 11 HOLLY, an evergreen...
holloas 15 11 HOLLOA, to shout out...
holloed 15 12 HOLLO, to shout out...
holloes 15 11 HOLLO, to shout out...
holloos 15 11 HOLLOO, to shout out...
hollows 19 14 HOLLOW, to remove th...
holmias 16 13 HOLMIA, an oxide of...
holmium 18 17 a metallic element [...
holonic 17 14 relating to a holon...
holster 15 10 a case for a gun [n...
holydam 22 16 (Shakespeare) holine...
holyday 27 15 a religious holiday...
homolog 16 15 anything that is hom...
hooleys 20 12 HOOLEY, (Irish) a bo...
hoolier 14 10 HOOLY, soft and care...
hoolies 14 10 HOOLIE, a lively par...
hoolock 18 17 a small black gibbon...
idolise 13 9 to worship, also IDO...
idolism 15 12 worship of idols [n...
idolist 14 9 someone who worships...
idolize 16 18 to worship, also IDO...
indoles 12 10 INDOLE, a chemical c...
infolds 15 13 INFOLD, to fold inwa...
insoles 12 9 INSOLE, the inner so...
introld 13 10 (Spenser) a past par...
involve 16 17 to implicate or enta...
iolites 13 8 IOLITE, a transparen...
isolate 12 8 to set apart from ot...
isolead 12 9 a line on a ballisti...
isoline 12 9 a map line indicatin...
isologs 14 10 ISOLOG, an organic c...
jambool 17 23 the rose-apple tree,...
jarools 14 17 JAROOL, a deciduous...
jawhole 19 22 (Scots) a cesspool;...
jollers 16 18 JOLLER, one who jols...
jolleys 22 20 JOLLEY, a guide for...
jollied 16 19 JOLLY, to put or kee...
jollier 16 18 one who puts others...
jollies 16 18 JOLLY, to put or kee...
jollify 25 23 to make jolly [v JOL...
jollily 24 21 JOLLY, mirthful [adv...
jolling 17 21 JOLL, (dialect) to b...
jollity 23 20 mirth [n JOLLITIES]
jollops 18 21 JOLLOP, a cream [n]
jollyer 22 20 one who uses a jolle...
jolters 15 17 JOLTER, one who, or...
joltier 15 17 JOLTY, in a jolting...
joltily 23 20 JOLTY, in a jolting...
jolting 16 20 the act of making a...
kagools 14 14 KAGOOL, a light anor...
kaoline 12 13 a very pure white cl...
kaolins 13 13 KAOLIN, a very pure...
keyhole 21 16 a hole for a key [n...
kinfolk 17 20 people related to on...
knolled 14 15 KNOLL, an obsolete f...
knoller 14 14 one that knolls, tol...
kobolds 16 16 KOBOLD, a mischievou...
kolacky 24 21 a kind of pastry, a...
kolbasi 16 15 a smoked sausage, al...
kolhozy 25 25 KOLHOZ, a collective...
kolkhos 17 18 a collective farm in...
kolkhoz 20 27 a collective farm in...
kolkozy 24 27 KOLKOZ, a collective...
koolahs 15 14 KOOLAH, a small furr...
lanolin 12 11 a fatty substance ob...
latosol 13 9 a tropical soil [n -...
lavolta 15 13 a lively dance for c...
lavolts 16 13 LAVOLT, to dance wit...
leghold 17 14 a trap that catches...
linalol 14 11 a fragrant liquid al...
lintols 14 10 LINTOL, a horizontal...
lobolas 15 12 LOBOLA, an African c...
lobolos 15 12 LOBOLO, an African c...
logroll 16 12 to obtain passage of...
loligos 15 11 LOLIGO, a genus of c...
loliums 16 13 LOLIUM, any plant of...
lollers 15 10 LOLLER, one who loll...
lollies 15 10 LOLLY, (short for) a...
lolling 16 13 LOLL, to lounge, als...
lollops 17 13 LOLLOP, to lounge, a...
lollopy 23 15 lolloping [adj]
lughole 17 14 (colloquial) the ear...
maltols 15 12 MALTOL, a natural fo...
mandola 12 13 (Italian) an early t...
mangold 14 15 a variety of beet, a...
manhole 14 14 an opening large eno...
maypole 21 16 a decorated pole use...
menfolk 16 19 the men of a family...
menthol 15 14 a camphor obtained f...
merfolk 17 18 mermen and mermaids...
midsole 14 12 the middle layer of...
mineola 12 12 a variety of citrus...
missold 15 12 MISSELL, to sell an...
mistold 15 12 MISTELL, to inform w...
modioli 14 12 MODIOLUS, a bony sha...
molasse 13 11 soft sediment produc...
molders 14 12 MOLDER, to turn to d...
moldier 14 12 MOLDY, mouldy [adj]
molding 15 15 a long, narrow strip...
molests 14 11 MOLEST, to touch or...
molimen 14 15 (Latin) a great effo...
molines 13 12 MOLINE, a cross with...
molinet 13 12 (French) a stick use...
mollahs 17 14 MOLLAH, (Arabic) a M...
mollies 15 12 MOLLY, a kind of tro...
mollify 24 17 to soften, appease [...
mollusc 19 16 an animal belonging...
mollusk 17 17 an animal belonging...
molochs 19 16 MOLOCH, a spiny Aust...
molossi 14 11 MOLOSSUS, a metrical...
molters 14 11 MOLTER, one that mol...
molting 15 14 MOLT, to shed feathe...
mongols 14 14 MONGOL, a person aff...
monolog 13 14 a lengthy speech by...
moolahs 15 13 MOOLAH, (Arabic) a M...
mooleys 19 13 MOOLEY, a hornless c...
moolies 13 11 MOOLY, a hornless co...
mooling 14 14 MOOL, (Scots) to cov...
mooloos 12 11 MOOLOO, (New Zealand...
moolvie 15 15 a teacher of Islamic...
moolvis 16 15 MOOLVI, a teacher of...
moviola 15 15 (tradename) a brand...
mudhole 16 15 a hollow place full...
musrols 15 12 MUSROL, (obsolete) t...
myology 27 17 the study of muscles...
myrrhol 23 15 the volatile oil of...
naphtol 16 14 any one of a series...
neolith 14 11 an ancient stone imp...
neology 18 13 a new word, phrase o...
nerolis 12 9 NEROLI, an oil disti...
nitinol 12 10 an alloy of nickel a...
noncola 13 13 a soft drink not con...
nonwool 13 13 not made of wool [ad...
noology 18 13 the science of the i...
obolary 20 13 extremely poor [adj]
octanol 14 12 an alcohol [n -S]
oilhole 15 11 a hole through which...
oldened 11 11 OLDEN, to grow old [...
oldness 12 10 the state of being o...
oldster 13 9 an old person [n -S]
oldwife 18 15 a kind of duck, aka...
olearia 11 8 a genus of evergreen...
oleates 11 8 OLEATE, a salt of ol...
olefine 13 12 a hydrocarbon of the...
olefins 14 12 OLEFIN, a hydrocarbo...
oleines 11 9 OLEINE, a glycerine...
olestra 12 8 (tradename) a noncal...
olfacts 18 14 OLFACT, to smell som...
olicook 16 15 a type of doughnut,...
oligist 15 10 crystallized haemati...
olingos 13 11 OLINGO, a small mamm...
olitory 19 10 (archaic) a potherb,...
olivary 21 14 shaped like an olive...
olivers 15 12 OLIVER, a forge-hamm...
olivets 15 12 OLIVET, a button sha...
olivine 14 13 a mineral, iron and...
ollamhs 17 14 OLLAMH, (Irish) an I...
ologies 13 10 OLOGY, a science who...
ologist 14 10 an expert in a parti...
ologoan 11 11 (Irish) to complain...
oloroso 11 8 (Spanish) a golden-c...
olycook 22 17 a type of doughnut,...
olykoek 20 18 a type of doughnut,...
onefold 13 13 single-minded [adj]
oolakan 11 13 (Native American) th...
oolites 12 8 OOLITE, a kind of li...
ooliths 15 10 OOLITH, any of the s...
oolitic 16 11 of or like oolite [a...
oologic 16 13 relating to oology,...
oolongs 12 11 OOLONG, (Chinese) a...
orcinol 15 12 a chemical compound...
orioles 12 8 ORIOLE, any of vario...
ormolus 14 12 ORMOLU, an alloy of...
orology 19 12 the scientific study...
ortolan 11 9 a European bird [n -...
osmolal 14 12 relating to an osmol...
osmolar 13 11 pertaining to, or ha...
osmoles 13 11 OSMOLE, a unit of os...
ostiole 12 8 a small bodily openi...
otolith 15 10 a calcium concretion...
otology 19 12 the science of the e...
outfool 14 12 to surpass in foolin...
outpoll 16 13 to get more votes th...
outroll 14 10 to roll out [v -ED,...
outsold 13 10 OUTSELL, to sell mor...
outsole 12 9 the outer sole of a...
outtold 13 10 OUTTELL, to say open...
oxazole 20 24 a liquid chemical co...
palolos 15 12 PALOLO, an edible se...
parasol 14 11 a small, light umbre...
paroled 14 12 PAROLE, to give a co...
parolee 13 11 one who is paroled [...
paroles 14 11 PAROLE, to give a co...
patrols 15 11 PATROL, to guard by...
payolas 20 13 PAYOLA, a secret pay...
payroll 22 14 a list of employees...
penfold 16 16 a place in which str...
pergola 15 13 an arbor formed of c...
petiole 14 11 the stalk of a leaf...
petrols 15 11 PETROL, to supply wi...
phenols 16 14 PHENOL, a caustic co...
phytols 24 15 PHYTOL, an alcohol u...
pianola 13 12 (trade) a type of pl...
piccolo 21 17 a small, shrill flut...
picolin 18 15 a compound related t...
piehole 16 13 (slang) a person's m...
pignoli 16 14 the edible seed of n...
pinfold 17 16 a place in which str...
pinhole 16 14 a small hole made by...
pinitol 15 12 an alcohol [n -S]
pinoles 14 12 PINOLE, (Spanish) an...
piolets 15 11 PIOLET, (French) a m...
pistole 15 11 (historical) any of...
pistols 16 11 PISTOL, to shoot wit...
plimsol 18 15 a rubber-soled cloth...
plugola 17 15 a free incidental ad...
podsols 15 12 PODSOL, (Russian) a...
podzols 18 21 PODZOL, an infertile...
poepols 16 14 POEPOL, (South Afric...
polacca 20 17 a vessel with two or...
polacks 19 18 POLACK, a person of...
polacre 17 14 a vessel with two or...
polaron 13 12 a free electron trap...
polders 15 12 POLDER, to reclaim l...
poleaxe 19 18 to strike with an ax...
polecat 17 14 a dark-brown carnivo...
polemic 19 17 relating to debate [...
polenta 13 12 a thick mush of corn...
poleyns 20 14 POLEYN, a piece of a...
policed 18 15 POLICE, to make orde...
policer 18 14 a computer device co...
polices 18 14 POLICE, to make orde...
polings 16 14 POLING, poles collec...
polises 15 11 POLIS, (Greek) an an...
politer 15 11 POLITE, showing cons...
politic 19 14 shrewd [adj POLITICL...
polkaed 15 16 POLKA, to dance this...
polking 17 18 POLK, to dance a pol...
pollack 20 19 a marine food fish,...
pollans 15 13 POLLAN, a whitefish,...
pollard 16 13 to cut the top branc...
pollaxe 21 19 an axe on a pole, al...
pollees 15 12 POLLEE, one who is p...
pollens 15 13 POLLEN, to cover or...
pollent 15 13 (Latin) strong, powe...
pollers 16 12 POLLER, one that pol...
pollicy 26 17 (Spenser) policy, al...
pollies 16 12 POLLY, a type of min...
polling 17 15 the act of polling [...
pollist 17 12 one that polls, also...
pollman 16 16 a graduate with a pa...
pollmen 16 16 POLLMAN, a graduate...
pollock 20 19 a marine gadoid fish...
pollute 16 13 to make unclean or i...
poloist 15 11 a polo player [n -S]
polonie 13 12 (Scots) a child's po...
polting 16 14 POLT, to strike, thu...
polyact 24 16 of a marine animal,...
polybag 24 18 to put into a polyth...
polycot 24 16 (short for) a polyco...
polyene 19 14 a hydrocarbon with m...
polygam 23 18 a plant with male, f...
polygon 21 16 a plane figure bound...
polymer 22 16 a complex chemical c...
polynia 20 14 (Russian) open water...
polynya 26 16 (Russian) open water...
polynyi 27 16 POLYNYA, (Russian) o...
polyols 22 14 POLYOL, an alcohol c...
polyoma 21 16 a small DNA virus th...
polyped 23 17 something having man...
polypes 23 16 POLYPE, (obsolete) a...
polypod 23 17 something having man...
polypus 24 17 a growth protruding...
polyzoa 23 22 POLYZOON, one of the...
poolers 14 11 POOLER, a person tak...
pooling 15 14 POOL, to contribute...
posoles 14 11 POSOLE, a thick soup...
pothole 16 13 a hole or basin cut...
pozoles 17 20 POZOLE, a thick soup...
precool 17 14 to cool beforehand [...
premold 16 15 to mold beforehand,...
premolt 16 14 preceding a molt, al...
presold 15 12 PRESELL, to promote...
pretold 15 12 PRETELL, to tell bef...
prolans 14 12 PROLAN, a gonadotrop...
prolate 14 11 having flattened sid...
prolegs 16 13 PROLEG, an abdominal...
prolers 15 11 PROLER, (obsolete) a...
proline 14 12 an amino acid common...
proling 16 14 PROLE, to prowl, als...
prolled 16 13 PROLL, (obsolete) to...
proller 16 12 (obsolete) a prowler...
prologs 16 13 PROLOG, to preface,...
prolong 15 14 to lengthen in durat...
pyrolas 21 13 PYROLA, (Latin) any...
pyrrole 21 13 a colourless toxic l...
pyrrols 22 13 PYRROL, a colourless...
quinols 21 19 QUINOL, a reducing a...
ragbolt 16 13 a bolt with barbs to...
rampole 15 14 a dead tree or tree...
rangoli 13 11 (Hindi) a traditiona...
rathole 14 10 a hole made by a rat...
ravioli 15 12 (Italian) pasta in t...
recolor 15 11 to color again, also...
redpoll 16 13 a kind of finch [n -...
refolds 15 12 REFOLD, to fold agai...
regosol 13 10 a type of soil [n -S...
remolds 14 12 REMOLD, to retread a...
repolls 16 12 REPOLL, to poll agai...
rerolls 14 9 REROLL, to roll agai...
resoled 12 9 RESOLE, to put on ne...
resoles 12 8 RESOLE, to put on ne...
resolve 14 12 to make a firm decis...
respool 14 11 to spool again [v -E...
retinol 12 9 a liquid hydrocarbon...
retools 12 8 RETOOL, to reequip w...
revolts 15 12 REVOLT, to rise up a...
revolve 16 16 to turn on an axis [...
riffola 17 14 (colloquial) the use...
rigolls 16 11 RIGOLL, a gutter or...
rissole 13 8 a small ball filled...
rolfers 15 11 ROLFER, a manipulato...
rolfing 16 14 a therapeutic techni...
rollbar 16 12 a frame to protect t...
rollers 14 9 ROLLER, a cylindrica...
rollick 19 16 to behave in a caref...
rollies 14 9 ROLLIE, a hand-rolle...
rolling 15 12 the act of rolling [...
rollmop 17 15 a fillet of herring...
rollock 18 16 a contrivance servin...
rollout 14 10 a type of play in fo...
rolltop 16 12 having a flexible, s...
rollups 17 13 ROLLUP, something th...
rollway 23 14 an incline for rolli...
roseola 11 8 a rose-coloured skin...
rosinol 12 9 a rosin oil [n -S]
rosolio 12 8 (Italian) a sweet co...
rotolos 12 8 ROTOLO, (Italian) an...
rubeola 14 12 a virus disease, mea...
rucolas 16 12 RUCOLA, (Italian) a...
rugolas 14 11 RUGOLA, (Italian) a...
safrole 14 11 a colourless oily li...
safrols 15 11 SAFROL, a colourless...
santols 12 9 SANTOL, a tropical t...
scatole 15 11 a crystalline compou...
scholar 18 13 a learned person [n...
scholia 18 13 SCHOLIUM, an explana...
schoole 17 13 (Shakespeare) a shoa...
schools 18 13 SCHOOL, to educate i...
sciolto 16 11 (Italian) in a free...
scolded 16 13 SCOLD, to rebuke har...
scolder 16 12 one who scolds [n -S...
scolion 15 12 a Greek drinking son...
scollop 19 15 to indent like a she...
scrolls 18 12 SCROLL, to move text...
seafolk 15 15 seafaring people [n...
seghols 16 12 SEGHOL, (Hebrew) a v...
shinola 14 11 (trade) a kind of bo...
sholoms 16 13 SHOLOM [n]
shooled 14 11 SHOOL, (dialect) to...
shooles 14 10 SHOOLE, (dialect) to...
sixfold 22 19 being six times as g...
skatole 13 12 a crystalline compou...
skatols 14 12 SKATOL, a crystallin...
skoling 15 15 SKOL, (Old Norse) to...
skolion 13 13 a Greek drinking son...
skolled 15 14 SKOL, (Old Norse) to...
skollie 15 13 (Afrikaans) a colour...
smolder 14 12 to burn with no flam...
snooled 11 10 SNOOL, (Scots) to be...
soboles 14 11 SOBOLE, a creeping u...
solaced 15 12 SOLACE, to console [...
solacer 15 11 one who solaces [n -...
solaces 15 11 SOLACE, to console [...
solands 12 10 SOLAND, the common g...
solanin 11 10 a poisonous alkaloid...
solanos 11 9 SOLANO, (Spanish) a...
solanum 13 13 any herbaceous plant...
solaria 12 8 SOLARIUM, a room exp...
solated 12 9 SOLATE, to convert o...
solates 12 8 SOLATE, to convert o...
solatia 12 8 SOLATIUM, (Latin) a...
soldado 12 10 (Spanish) a soldier...
soldans 12 10 SOLDAN, (archaic) th...
solders 13 9 SOLDER, to join toge...
soldier 13 9 to perform military...
soleras 12 8 SOLERA, (Spanish) a...
soleret 12 8 a metallic pointy to...
solfege 15 13 (French) a singing e...
solicit 17 11 to ask for earnestly...
solider 13 9 SOLID, having defini...
solidly 21 12 SOLID, having defini...
solidum 15 13 (Latin) a large moul...
solidus 14 10 (Latin) a Roman gold...
solions 12 9 SOLION, an electroni...
soliped 15 12 an animal with unclo...
soliton 12 9 a solitary wave in p...
solives 15 12 SOLIVE, a joist or b...
sollars 14 9 SOLLAR [n]
sollers 14 9 SOLLER, (archaic) an...
soloing 13 11 SOLO, to perform a s...
soloist 13 8 one who performs alo...
soluble 16 13 that dissolves [adj...
solubly 23 15 SOLUBLE, that dissol...
solunar 12 10 pertaining to tables...
soluses 13 9 SOLUS, a poster or a...
solutal 14 10 of or like a solute...
solutes 13 9 SOLUTE, the minor co...
solvate 14 12 to convert into a ty...
solvent 14 13 able to solve and di...
solvers 15 12 SOLVER, one who solv...
solving 16 15 SOLVE, to find the a...
soolers 12 8 SOOLER, one who sool...
sooling 13 11 SOOL, to incite (a d...
spooled 14 12 SPOOL, to wind on a...
spooler 14 11 a device for transfe...
spyhole 23 15 a peephole [n -S]
stanols 12 9 STANOL, a drug taken...
sterols 13 8 STEROL, a solid high...
stollen 13 10 (German) a rich swee...
stolons 12 9 STOLON, (Latin) a ru...
stooled 12 9 STOOL, to put forth...
stoolie 12 8 (short for) a stool-...
strolls 15 9 STROLL, to walk in a...
subcool 18 15 to cool below the fr...
swollen 16 13 SWELL, to increase i...
symbole 22 16 (obsolete) a cymbal...
symbols 23 16 SYMBOL, to serve as...
systole 19 10 the normal rhythmic...
tadpole 14 12 the aquatic larva of...
tallols 15 10 TALLOL, a resinous l...
taphole 16 13 a hole in a blast fu...
tenfold 14 13 ten times as much [n...
theelol 15 11 a female sex hormone...
theolog 15 12 a theologian, also T...
thiazol 18 19 a chemical compound,...
thiolic 19 13 relating to thiol, a...
tholing 16 13 THOLE, to endure, be...
thymols 23 15 THYMOL, an antisepti...
timolol 15 12 a drug used to treat...
toehold 14 11 a space that fits a...
tolanes 11 9 TOLANE, a white crys...
tolarji 15 17 TOLAR, (Slovene) the...
toledos 12 9 TOLEDO, (Spanish) a...
tolidin 13 10 a chemical compound,...
tolings 14 11 TOLING, the act of t...
tollage 14 11 payment of toll; als...
tollbar 16 12 a movable bar across...
tollers 14 9 TOLLER, a collector...
tolleys 20 11 TOLLEY, in the game...
tollies 14 9 TOLLIE, a castrated...
tolling 15 12 the action of tollin...
tollman 14 13 one who receives or...
tollmen 14 13 TOLLMAN, one who rec...
tollway 23 14 a road on which toll...
tolsels 14 9 TOLSEL, a merchants'...
tolseys 19 10 TOLSEY, a merchants'...
tolters 13 8 TOLTER, (dialect) to...
toluate 12 9 a salt of any one of...
toluene 11 10 a solvent derived fr...
toluide 13 10 a derivative of glyc...
toluids 14 10 TOLUID, a derivative...
toluole 13 10 a solvent derived fr...
toluols 14 10 TOLUOL, a solvent de...
toluyls 21 12 TOLUYL, a chemical r...
tolzeys 22 19 TOLZEY, a merchants'...
tombola 15 14 a gambling game [n -...
tombolo 15 14 a sandbar connecting...
tomfool 15 14 to play the fool [v...
toolbag 15 13 a container for tool...
toolbar 14 11 a bar with a list of...
toolbox 20 18 a box for tools [n -...
toolers 12 8 TOOLER, a person who...
toolies 12 8 TOOLIE, in Australia...
tooling 13 11 ornamentation done w...
toolkit 14 12 a set of tools [n -S...
toolman 12 12 a man who works with...
toolmen 12 12 TOOLMAN, a man who w...
toolset 12 8 a group of related t...
tooltip 15 11 a box on a computer...
tremolo 13 11 (Italian) a vibratin...
trifold 16 12 having three parts [...
trifoly 22 13 a plant having three...
triolet 13 8 a short poem of fixe...
tripoli 16 11 an earthy substance...
troland 12 10 a unit of measuremen...
trolled 14 10 TROLL, to fish with...
troller 14 9 a person who trolls,...
trolley 20 11 to travel by streetc...
trollop 16 12 a promiscuous woman...
troolie 12 8 (Tupi) an Amazonian...
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...
ultisol 15 10 a reddish-yellow aci...
unbolts 15 13 UNBOLT, to undo a bo...
uncolts 16 13 UNCOLT, (Shakespeare...
unfolds 15 14 UNFOLD, to open some...
unfools 14 13 UNFOOL, to undeceive...
unmolds 14 14 UNMOLD, to change th...
unrolls 14 11 UNROLL, to open some...
unsolid 13 11 not solid [adj UNSOL...
unspool 14 13 to unwind from a sma...
upfolds 18 16 UPFOLD, to fold up [...
upholds 18 15 UPHOLD, to hold alof...
uprolls 17 13 UPROLL, to roll upwa...
urceoli 16 12 URCEOLUS, a pitcher-...
urolith 16 11 a small stone or cal...
urology 20 13 the study of urine o...
vacuole 17 16 a small cavity in or...
vanpool 15 16 an arrangement where...
variola 14 12 (Latin) smallpox [n...
variole 14 12 a small depression r...
violate 14 12 to fail to observe d...
violent 14 13 intensely forcible [...
violers 15 12 VIOLER, a viol playe...
violets 15 12 VIOLET, any plant or...
violins 15 13 VIOLIN, the smallest...
violist 16 12 one who plays the vi...
violone 13 13 (Italian) a double-b...
vitriol 16 12 to treat with sulfur...
volable 17 16 (Shakespeare) nimble...
volante 13 13 a two-wheeled horse...
volatic 18 15 a creature with wing...
volcano 16 16 a centre of eruption...
volleys 22 15 VOLLEY, to return a...
volosts 15 12 VOLOST, (Russian) a...
volpino 16 16 (Italian) a small It...
voltage 15 14 electromotive force...
voltaic 18 15 of electricity, gene...
volting 16 15 VOLT, to make a sudd...
volubil 19 17 (Milton) flowing smo...
voluble 18 17 fluent in speech; to...
volubly 25 19 VOLUBLE, fluent in s...
volumed 16 17 VOLUME, to send or g...
volumes 16 16 VOLUME, to send or g...
voluspa 17 16 a sibyl or prophetes...
voluted 15 14 having a volute [adj...
volutes 15 13 VOLUTE, any marine s...
volutin 15 14 a granular substance...
volvate 16 16 having a volva, a sa...
volving 18 19 VOLVE, (obsolete) to...
volvuli 19 18 VOLVULUS, a twisting...
vongole 14 15 (Italian) in Italian...
wadmoll 18 16 a thick, coarse wool...
wadmols 17 15 WADMOL, a thick, coa...
warwolf 21 17 a mediaeval siege en...
werwolf 21 17 a person who suppose...
wholism 20 16 the philosophical th...
wholist 19 13 a believer in wholis...
wittols 17 11 WITTOL, (archaic) a...
wolfers 18 14 WOLFER, a hunter of...
wolfing 19 17 the hunting of wolve...
wolfish 21 16 like a wolf, also WO...
wolfkin 19 19 a young wolf [n -S]
wolfram 19 17 (German) an alternat...
wollies 17 12 WOLLY, a uniformed p...
wolvers 18 15 WOLVER, a hunter of...
wolving 19 18 the hunting for wolf...
wolvish 21 17 like a wolf, also WO...
woolded 15 13 WOOLD, to wind a rop...
woolder 15 12 a stick used to tigh...
woolens 14 12 WOOLEN, a fabric mad...
woolers 15 11 WOOLER, a domestic a...
woolfat 17 14 lanolin [n -S]
woolhat 17 13 one who works a smal...
woolier 15 11 WOOLY, having the te...
woolies 15 11 WOOLIE, a woollen ga...
woolled 16 13 bearing wool [adj]
woollen 15 13 a garment made of wo...
woolman 15 15 a dealer in wool [n...
woolmen 15 15 WOOLMAN, a dealer in...
woolsey 21 13 (obsolete) a cotton...
xylenol 25 19 a synthetic resin de...
xylitol 27 18 a sweet crystalline...
ymolten 19 14 MELT, to change from...
yolkier 20 14 YOLKY, like yolk [ad...
zeolite 15 17 any of a larger grou...
zeppole 19 23 (Italian) an Italian...
zeppoli 20 23 ZEPPOLE, (Italian) a...
zipolas 18 20 ZIPOLA, nothing [n]
zoccolo 21 23 (Italian) a plain fa...
zoolite 15 17 a fossil animal, als...
zoolith 18 19 a fossil animal, als...
zoology 22 21 the science of anima...
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 OL

8 letter OL word

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aardwolf 19 16 a hyena-like African...
absolute 16 13 unconditional, funda...
absolved 18 17 ABSOLVE, to free fro...
absolver 18 16 one who absolves [n...
absolves 18 16 ABSOLVE, to free fro...
accolade 19 16 an expression of pra...
acerolas 16 12 ACEROLA, a West Indi...
acholias 19 14 ACHOLIA, a lack of b...
acolytes 23 14 ACOLYTE, a faithful...
acolyths 26 16 ACOLYTH, (obsolete)...
acrolect 20 15 a variety of languag...
acrolein 16 13 a flammable liquid,...
acrolith 20 14 (Greek) a statue wit...
aerolite 13 9 a meteorite [n -S]
aerolith 16 11 a meteorite [n -S]
aerology 20 13 the study of the atm...
aerosols 13 9 AEROSOL, a spray rel...
agrology 22 15 the science of soils...
airholes 16 11 AIRHOLE, a hole for...
alcohols 20 15 ALCOHOL, a flammable...
alcolock 22 20 a breath-alcohol saf...
aldolase 14 11 an enzyme [n -S]
algology 23 16 the study of algae [...
alveolar 16 14 pertaining to an alv...
alveoles 16 14 ALVEOLE, a small bod...
alveolus 17 15 a small body cavity,...
amitrole 15 12 a kind of herbicide...
ammolite 16 15 the fossilised shell...
anabolic 18 16 pertaining to a proc...
anethole 14 12 an aromatic ether wh...
anethols 15 12 ANETHOL, an aromatic...
anisoles 13 10 ANISOLE, a colourles...
anolytes 19 12 ANOLYTE, the part of...
anticold 17 14 effective against th...
antipole 15 13 the opposite pole [n...
antiroll 15 11 designed to reduce r...
apholate 17 14 a chemical used to k...
apiology 23 16 the study of bees [n...
apologal 17 15 relating to an apolo...
apologia 16 14 a written defence [n...
apologue 16 15 a story presenting a...
apolunes 15 14 APOLUNE, the point i...
arcology 24 16 a system of architec...
areolate 12 9 divided into areolae...
areology 20 13 the study of the pla...
armholes 17 14 ARMHOLE, a hole in a...
arsehole 15 11 an unpleasant and/or...
arugolas 15 12 ARUGOLA, (Italian) a...
arvicole 19 16 a mouse of the genus...
assholes 16 11 ASSHOLE, an unpleasa...
asystole 20 11 a heart malfunction...
atenolol 13 11 a drug used to treat...
atmology 22 16 the science of water...
atmolyse 21 14 to separate gases by...
atmolyze 24 23 to separate gases by...
aureolae 12 10 AUREOLA, a halo [n]
aureolas 13 10 AUREOLA, a halo [n]
aureoled 13 11 AUREOLE, to surround...
aureoles 13 10 AUREOLE, to surround...
autoload 13 11 to load automaticall...
autology 21 14 scientific study of...
autolyse 20 12 to break down tissue...
autolyze 23 21 to break down tissue...
axiology 27 20 the science of the u...
axolemma 21 22 the membrane that en...
axolotls 21 17 AXOLOTL, a type of M...
babydoll 26 19 a woman's short nigh...
banderol 15 14 (French) a small ban...
bandrols 16 14 BANDROL, a small ban...
bankroll 18 18 to provide with fina...
bannerol 14 14 a streamer, also BAN...
barbolas 18 15 BARBOLA, an ornament...
barstool 16 12 a stool in a barroom...
batology 23 16 the study of bramble...
beadroll 17 14 a list of the dead t...
beanpole 16 16 a pole support for c...
bedrolls 18 14 BEDROLL, a portable...
befooled 17 16 BEFOOL, to fool; to...
beholden 17 16 under an obligation...
beholder 18 15 one that beholds [n...
benzoles 18 22 BENZOLE, crude benze...
bicolors 20 15 BICOLOR, something h...
bicolour 20 16 something having two...
billfold 22 18 a wallet [n -S]
biologic 21 17 related to biology [...
biolyses 23 14 BIOLYSIS, the breakd...
biolysis 24 14 the breakdown of org...
biolytic 27 17 relating to [adj BIO...
biosolid 17 13 solid organic matter...
blogroll 20 16 a list of blogs [n -...
blowhole 22 18 a hole for breathing...
bobolink 19 20 a North American son...
bobolled 19 17 BOBOL, to commit a t...
boffolas 20 18 BOFFOLA, a hearty la...
bogholes 19 16 BOGHOLE, a natural h...
boldened 15 15 BOLDEN, (obsolete) t...
boldface 21 19 to print in thick ty...
boldness 16 14 the quality of being...
bolivars 19 16 BOLIVAR, the monetar...
bolivias 19 16 BOLIVIA, a soft fabr...
bolixing 24 22 BOLIX, to make a mes...
bollards 18 14 BOLLARD, a post of m...
bollixed 24 21 BOLLIX, to make a me...
bollixes 24 20 BOLLIX, to make a me...
bollocks 22 20 to make a mess of, a...
bolloxed 23 21 BOLLOX, to make a me...
bolloxes 23 20 BOLLOX, to make a me...
bollworm 22 19 the larva of a moth...
bolognas 16 15 BOLOGNA, a seasoned...
boloneys 21 15 BOLONEY, deceptive t...
bolshier 19 14 BOLSHIE, left-wing,...
bolshies 19 14 BOLSHIE, a Bolshevik...
bolsters 17 12 BOLSTER, to support...
bolthead 18 15 a straight-necked di...
bolthole 19 15 a place or way of es...
boltings 18 15 BOLTING, the act of...
boltless 18 13 without a bolt [adj]
boltlike 19 17 like a bolt [adj]
boltonia 15 13 a tall perennial flo...
boltrope 18 15 a strong rope stitch...
borecole 18 15 a variety of cabbage...
borehole 17 14 a hole made in the e...
borneols 15 13 BORNEOL, an alcohol...
botholes 18 14 BOTHOLE, a hole in a...
braciola 19 15 a thin slice of meat...
braciole 19 15 a thin slice of meat...
bresaola 15 12 salt-cured, air-drie...
bricoles 20 15 BRICOLE, (French) a...
bristols 18 12 BRISTOL, a smooth ca...
broccoli 23 18 a plant of the cabba...
brocolis 20 15 BROCOLI, a plant of...
brollies 18 13 BROLLY, an umbrella...
bryology 30 18 the study of mosses...
bucolics 24 19 BUCOLIC, a pastoral...
bunghole 19 18 a hole in a barrel [...
butanols 16 14 BUTANOL, a flammable...
cabriole 19 15 (French) a curved fu...
cacholot 22 17 a large whale, also...
cacolets 20 15 CACOLET, (French) a...
cacology 27 19 a bad choice of word...
cajolers 19 21 CAJOLER, one who caj...
cajolery 25 23 persuasion by flatte...
cajoling 20 24 CAJOLE, to persuade...
cakehole 19 18 a person's mouth [n...
camisole 18 15 a loose underbodice...
camphols 23 20 CAMPHOL, a rare vari...
cannolis 16 14 CANNOLI, a tube of p...
capitols 20 15 CAPITOL, a building...
capriole 19 15 (French) a leap and...
caracole 19 15 to perform a half tu...
caracols 20 15 CARACOL, to perform...
carbinol 19 16 a monohydric alcohol...
carbolic 23 18 an acidic compound [...
carioles 17 12 CARIOLE, (French) a...
carolers 17 12 CAROLER, one who sin...
caroling 18 15 singing carols, also...
carolled 18 14 CAROL, to sing joyou...
caroller 18 13 one who sings joyous...
carpools 19 15 CARPOOL, to take tur...
carriole 17 12 a small open carriag...
catechol 22 17 a chemical used in p...
catholes 19 14 CATHOLE, one of two...
catholic 23 17 universal, general [...
catolyte 23 14 the electrolyte near...
cesspool 19 15 a covered well or pi...
cetology 24 16 the study of whales...
chaebols 21 17 CHAEBOL, a group of...
chaology 26 18 the study of chaos [...
cholates 19 14 CHOLATE, a salt of c...
cholemia 20 17 an accumulation of b...
cholents 19 15 CHOLENT, a Jewish st...
choleras 19 14 CHOLERA, an acute an...
choleric 23 17 bad-tempered [adj CH...
choliamb 23 20 a verse having an ia...
cholines 19 15 CHOLINE, an alcohol...
chollers 21 15 (English dialect) ch...
chromoly 27 19 a steel alloy of chr...
cimolite 19 15 a type of clay, or h...
cineoles 16 13 CINEOLE, a liquid us...
cipolins 20 16 CIPOLIN, (Italian) a...
clodpole 20 17 a stupid person, als...
clodpoll 22 18 a stupid person, als...
clotpoll 22 17 a stupid person, als...
coalhole 19 15 a compartment for st...
cocobola 21 18 a dark wood used in...
cocobolo 21 18 a tropical tree, als...
codology 24 17 the art or practice...
coevolve 20 20 to evolve together [...
coholder 19 15 an athlete who share...
colander 16 14 a perforated vessel...
colchica 26 20 COLCHICUM, a floweri...
coldcock 25 23 to knock unconscious...
coldness 17 14 the state of being c...
coleader 16 13 one who leads togeth...
coleseed 16 13 a plant of the cabba...
coleslaw 21 16 a salad of raw shred...
colessee 16 12 a joint lessee [n -S...
colessor 17 12 a joint lessor [n -S...
coletits 18 12 COLETIT, a bird of t...
coleuses 17 13 COLEUS, a plant of t...
colewort 20 15 a plant of the cabba...
colibris 21 15 COLIBRI, a type of h...
colicine 20 16 an antibacterial sub...
colicins 21 16 COLICIN, an antibact...
coliform 21 18 any of a group of ro...
colinear 16 13 lying in the same st...
coliseum 19 16 a large structure fo...
colistin 18 13 a type of antibiotic...
collaged 19 16 COLLAGE, to arrange...
collagen 18 16 a fibrous protein th...
collages 19 15 COLLAGE, to arrange...
collapse 20 16 to crumble suddenly...
collards 19 14 COLLARD, pickled or...
collared 18 14 COLLAR, to provide w...
collaret 18 13 a small collar [n -S...
collated 18 14 COLLATE, to examine...
collates 18 13 COLLATE, to examine...
collator 18 13 one who collates man...
collects 22 16 COLLECT, to bring to...
colleens 17 14 COLLEEN, an Irish gi...
colleger 19 15 a student supported...
colleges 19 15 COLLEGE, a school of...
collegia 19 15 COLLEGIUM, a Soviet...
colleted 18 14 COLLET, to set a gem...
collided 19 15 COLLIDE, to clash to...
collider 19 14 a type of accelerato...
collides 19 14 COLLIDE, to clash to...
colliers 19 13 COLLIER, a coal mine...
colliery 25 15 the place where coal...
collings 20 16 COLLING, embracing [...
collogue 19 16 to converse confiden...
colloids 19 14 COLLOID, a mixture b...
colloque 26 23 to hold a colloquy [...
colloquy 33 25 speaking together; m...
colluded 19 16 COLLUDE, to conspire...
colluder 19 15 one who conspires in...
colludes 19 15 COLLUDE, to conspire...
colluvia 21 18 COLLUVIUM, material...
collying 26 18 COLLY, to blacken wi...
collyria 25 15 COLLYRIUM, an eye lo...
coloboma 19 18 a lesion of the eye...
colocate 19 15 to group housing uni...
cologned 17 16 perfumed with cologn...
colognes 17 15 COLOGNE, a perfumed...
colonels 17 14 COLONEL, a military...
colonial 17 14 belong to a colony [...
colonics 20 16 COLONIC, irrigation...
colonies 16 13 COLONY, a settlement...
colonise 16 13 to establish a colon...
colonist 17 13 one who settles a co...
colonize 19 22 to establish a colon...
colophon 20 18 an inscription place...
colorado 16 13 referring to a mediu...
colorant 16 13 a pigment or dye [n...
coloreds 17 13 COLORED, a colored p...
colorers 17 12 COLORER, one that co...
colorful 21 17 full of color, also...
coloring 18 15 appearance in regard...
colorise 17 12 to give color to bla...
colorism 19 15 coloring, also COLOU...
colorist 18 12 a person skilled in...
colorize 20 21 to give color to bla...
colorman 17 16 a sportscaster who c...
colormen 17 16 COLORMAN, a sportsca...
colorway 26 17 an arrangement of co...
colossal 18 13 of enormous size [ad...
colossus 18 13 (Latin) a person or...
colotomy 24 17 a surgical incision...
coloured 17 14 a coloured person, a...
colourer 17 13 one that colors, als...
colpitis 21 15 a vaginal inflammati...
colthood 19 15 the state or time of...
coltwood 20 16 (Spenser) an unident...
colubrid 21 17 any of a large famil...
columbic 25 22 pertaining to, or co...
columels 20 17 COLUMEL, a small col...
columnal 19 18 relating to a column...
columnar 18 17 in the form of a col...
columnea 17 17 a bushy tropical pla...
columned 18 18 having a column [adj...
concolor 19 16 of uniform color, al...
condoled 16 15 CONDOLE, to express...
condoler 16 14 one who condoles [n...
condoles 16 14 CONDOLE, to express...
consoled 16 14 CONSOLE, to comfort...
consoler 16 13 one who gives consol...
consoles 16 13 CONSOLE, to comfort...
controle 16 13 (French) registered,...
controls 17 13 CONTROL, to exercise...
convolve 20 21 to roll together [v...
coolabah 20 17 a type of tree, also...
coolamon 16 16 (Native Australian)...
coolants 16 13 COOLANT, a cooling a...
cooldown 19 17 a period after exert...
coolibah 21 17 (Native Australian)...
coolibar 19 15 (Native Australian)...
coolings 18 15 COOLING, the act of...
coolists 18 12 COOLIST, a person, e...
coolness 16 13 the state of being c...
copyhold 28 20 land tenure dependen...
corollas 18 13 COROLLA, (Latin) the...
cortisol 18 12 a hormone used to tr...
countrol 17 14 to control [v COUNTR...
crapolas 19 15 CRAPOLA, (colloquial...
creolian 16 13 a type of mixed lang...
creolise 17 12 to cause a language...
creolist 18 12 a person who studies...
creolize 20 21 to cause a language...
creosols 17 12 CREOSOL, one of the...
criollos 19 13 CRIOLLO, (Spanish) a...
crooling 18 15 CROOL, (Australian s...
cryolite 24 14 a mineral, also KRYO...
cuckolds 23 21 CUCKOLD, a man with...
cupolaed 19 17 CUPOLA, to furnish w...
cyclitol 29 18 an alicyclic compoun...
cytology 31 18 a study of cells [n...
cytosols 24 14 CYTOSOL, the fluid p...
damfools 17 16 DAMFOOL, a stupid pe...
danazols 16 20 DANAZOL, a synthetic...
darioles 14 10 DARIOLE, a small cyl...
datolite 14 10 a rock formed from b...
deadbolt 16 14 a lock for a door [n...
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