10 letter words that end with D

10 letter words that end with D

10 letter D word

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abominated 18 18 ABOMINATE, to loathe...
aboveboard 21 21 in a straightforward...
abstracted 22 17 ABSTRACT, to draw aw...
abstricted 23 17 ABSTRICT, to set fre...
accidented 22 19 uneven, varied [adj]
acclimated 25 21 ACCLIMATE, (US) to h...
accouraged 23 20 ACCOURAGE, (Spenser)...
accoutered 22 18 ACCOUTER, (US) to dr...
accredited 23 18 ACCREDIT, to accept...
accustomed 24 21 ACCUSTOM, to make fa...
acetanilid 20 16 a white crystalline...
acetylated 26 17 ACETYLATE, to introd...
aciculated 24 19 marked as if with ne...
acidulated 21 17 ACIDULATE, to make a...
acquainted 27 25 ACQUAINT, to cause t...
acquiesced 31 27 ACQUIESCE, to agree,...
actualised 21 16 ACTUALISE, to make a...
actualized 24 25 ACTUALIZE, to make a...
acuminated 20 19 ACUMINATE, to sharpe...
addlepated 19 17 muddleheaded [adj]
admeasured 17 16 ADMEASURE, to measur...
admonished 19 18 ADMONISH, to reprove...
adumbrated 20 19 ADUMBRATE, to foresh...
advantaged 18 19 ADVANTAGE, to confer...
adventured 18 18 ADVENTURE, to risk,...
advertised 19 16 ADVERTISE, to draw a...
advertized 22 25 ADVERTIZE, to draw a...
aerobraked 18 18 AEROBRAKE, to use a...
aestivated 18 15 AESTIVATE, to pass t...
affiliated 22 18 AFFILIATE, to adopt...
afforested 20 17 AFFOREST, to cover w...
affricated 24 20 AFFRICATE, to sound...
affrighted 25 21 AFFRIGHT, to frighte...
afterguard 20 17 a sailor or group of...
afterworld 23 18 a future world [n -S...
aggravated 20 19 AGGRAVATE, to make w...
aggregated 19 17 AGGREGATE, to cause...
airbrushed 22 17 AIRBRUSH, to apply a...
airbursted 20 15 AIRBURST, to explode...
airdropped 21 18 AIRDROP, to drop fro...
airproofed 20 17 AIRPROOF, to make im...
albuminoid 21 20 an old name for prot...
alchemised 24 20 ALCHEMISE, to change...
alchemized 27 29 ALCHEMIZE, to change...
alkalified 22 20 ALKALIFY, to convert...
alleviated 20 17 ALLEVIATE, to lighte...
allhallond 22 18 as in allhallond sum...
allowanced 23 20 ALLOWANCE, to make a...
alphabeted 23 20 ALPHABET, to alphabe...
altercated 20 15 ALTERCATE, to disput...
alternated 16 13 ALTERNATE, to cause...
aluminised 19 17 ALUMINISE, to treat...
aluminized 22 26 ALUMINIZE, to treat...
ambitioned 19 18 AMBITION, to seek wi...
ambuscaded 23 22 AMBUSCADE, (French)...
amianthoid 19 17 of or like amianthus...
ammoniated 17 18 AMMONIATE [v]
ammonified 20 21 AMMONIFY, to treat w...
amphiploid 26 23 having at least one...
amygdaloid 26 20 an igneous rock in w...
anagrammed 18 20 ANAGRAM, to transpos...
analogised 17 15 ANALOGISE, to make a...
analogized 20 24 ANALOGIZE, to make a...
anarchised 21 17 ANARCHISE, to reduce...
anarchized 24 26 ANARCHIZE, to reduce...
anatomised 16 15 ANATOMISE, to dissec...
anatomized 19 24 ANATOMIZE, to dissec...
ancestored 18 15 ANCESTOR, to be an a...
anchylosed 28 20 ANCHYLOSE, of bones,...
anglicised 22 18 ANGLICISE, to make E...
anglicized 25 27 ANGLICIZE, to make E...
anhungered 18 18 (archaic) hungry, al...
animalised 18 16 ANIMALISE, to endow...
animalized 21 25 ANIMALIZE, to endow...
annualised 16 15 ANNUALISE, to conver...
annualized 19 24 ANNUALIZE, to conver...
anonymised 22 18 ANONYMISE, to make a...
anonymized 25 27 ANONYMIZE, to make a...
anteverted 17 16 ANTEVERT, to displac...
anthracoid 21 17 resembling anthrax;...
anthropoid 20 17 any of a suborder of...
antiquated 24 22 ANTIQUATE, to make a...
anucleated 19 17 without a nucleus, a...
apocopated 22 20 APOCOPATE, to cut of...
apologised 20 17 APOLOGISE, to expres...
apologized 23 26 APOLOGIZE, to expres...
apparelled 22 19 APPAREL, to dress [v...
approached 25 22 APPROACH, to come ne...
approbated 22 20 APPROBATE, to approv...
aquafarmed 27 27 AQUAFARM, to cultiva...
aquaplaned 26 26 AQUAPLANE, to skim a...
aquatinted 24 22 AQUATINT, to etch us...
arabesqued 26 24 ornamented in the st...
arabicised 22 17 ARABICISE, to make A...
arabicized 25 26 ARABICIZE, to make A...
arbitraged 20 16 ARBITRAGE, to exploi...
arbitrated 19 14 ARBITRATE, to judge...
aromatised 17 14 AROMATISE, to render...
aromatized 20 23 AROMATIZE, to render...
aryballoid 27 18 in the form of an ar...
arytaenoid 21 14 one of a pair of car...
assegaaied 16 13 ASSEGAAI, to kill or...
associated 19 14 ASSOCIATE, to join,...
assoilzied 21 21 ASSOILZIE, to absolv...
astarboard 18 14 on or towards the st...
asteriated 16 11 having starlike rays...
asterisked 18 15 ASTERISK, to mark wi...
astonished 18 14 ASTONISH, to amaze o...
attempered 19 17 ATTEMPER, (archaic)...
attenuated 15 13 ATTENUATE, to make t...
attorneyed 21 14 ATTORNEY, (Shakespea...
attributed 20 15 ATTRIBUTE, to ascrib...
audiotaped 18 16 AUDIOTAPE, to record...
auditioned 16 14 AUDITION, to give a...
auspicated 22 18 AUSPICATE, to progno...
authorised 19 14 AUTHORISE, to give a...
authorized 22 23 AUTHORIZE, to give a...
autoclaved 22 20 AUTOCLAVE, to heat i...
autodialed 17 14 AUTODIAL, to dial a...
autoloaded 16 14 AUTOLOAD, to load au...
avalanched 23 22 AVALANCHE, to descen...
backburned 25 26 BACKBURN, to set a f...
backcombed 29 30 BACKCOMB, to comb ba...
backfilled 28 26 BACKFILL, to refill...
backfitted 26 24 BACKFIT, to modify l...
background 24 25 to provide with back...
backhanded 24 25 BACKHAND, to strike...
backhauled 26 25 BACKHAUL, to return...
backlashed 26 24 BACKLASH, to cause a...
backlisted 25 22 BACKLIST, to include...
backloaded 23 23 BACKLOAD, to load a...
backlogged 26 26 BACKLOG, to accumula...
backpacked 29 31 BACKPACK, to hike wi...
backspaced 28 27 BACKSPACE, to move t...
backwashed 28 26 BACKWASH, to affect...
backwinded 26 26 BACKWIND, to deflect...
bacterioid 22 17 a swollen bacterium...
bacterised 22 17 BACTERISE, to treat...
bacterized 25 26 BACTERIZE, to treat...
badmouthed 22 21 BADMOUTH, to abuse [...
bakshished 25 22 BAKSHISH, to give a...
baldheaded 21 19 bald [adj]
balkanised 20 20 BALKANISE, to divide...
balkanized 23 29 BALKANIZE, to divide...
ballhawked 27 25 BALLHAWK, to act as...
ballocksed 25 23 BALLOCKS, to make a...
ballyhooed 28 20 BALLYHOO, to promote...
balustered 20 16 having balusters [ad...
bamboozled 25 30 BAMBOOZLE, to deceiv...
bandolined 18 18 BANDOLINE, to apply...
banistered 18 15 having a banister [a...
bankrolled 21 21 BANKROLL, to provide...
bankrupted 22 23 BANKRUPT, to make in...
barbarised 21 17 BARBARISE, to reduce...
barbarized 24 26 BARBARIZE, to reduce...
barebacked 24 24 BAREBACK, to have un...
barefooted 19 17 without footwear, al...
barehanded 19 18 BAREHAND, to field t...
bareheaded 19 17 having the head unco...
barelegged 21 19 having the legs bare...
bargeboard 21 19 a board projecting f...
barrelhead 21 17 the flat end of a ba...
barricaded 22 18 BARRICADE, (French)...
bartizaned 21 24 having a bartizan [a...
bastinaded 18 16 BASTINADE, (French)...
bayonetted 23 17 BAYONET, to stab wit...
beadlehood 20 18 the office of beadle...
bearhugged 23 21 BEARHUG, to embrace...
beautified 21 18 BEAUTIFY, to make be...
becarpeted 23 20 BECARPET, to cover w...
beclamored 23 21 BECLAMOR, to beset w...
becowarded 24 21 BECOWARD, to accuse...
becudgeled 24 22 BECUDGEL, to beat wi...
bedarkened 18 20 BEDARKEN, to make da...
bedeafened 18 19 BEDEAFEN, to make de...
bedevilled 23 21 BEDEVIL, to plague,...
bediapered 20 18 BEDIAPER, to put a n...
bedraggled 22 20 BEDRAGGLE, to soil b...
bedrenched 23 21 BEDRENCH, to wet tho...
bedriveled 22 20 BEDRIVEL, to cover w...
beeswinged 22 20 of wine, so old as t...
beetlehead 20 17 a heavy stupid perso...
befingered 21 20 BEFINGER, to touch a...
beflowered 24 21 BEFLOWER, to cover w...
beforehand 21 20 before a particular...
befortuned 20 19 BEFORTUNE, (Shakespe...
befriended 20 19 BEFRIEND, to act as...
beggarhood 22 20 the state of being a...
beggarweed 23 21 any of various plant...
beglamored 21 20 BEGLAMOR, to dazzle...
behappened 23 23 BEHAPPEN, (Spenser)...
behindhand 22 21 being in arrears [ad...
bejesuited 21 24 BEJESUIT, to initiat...
bejewelled 25 28 BEJEWEL, to adorn wi...
beknighted 23 23 BEKNIGHT, to raise t...
belaboured 21 19 BELABOUR, to buffet,...
beliquored 28 25 BELIQUOR, to soak wi...
bellyached 32 23 BELLYACHE, to moan,...
bemaddened 18 20 BEMADDEN, to make ma...
bemedalled 21 20 BEMEDAL, (archaic) t...
bemurmured 22 22 BEMURMUR, to murmur...
benefacted 22 21 BENEFACT, to confer...
benefitted 20 18 BENEFIT, to obtain a...
bepeppered 24 23 BEPEPPER, to hit har...
bepestered 20 17 BEPESTER, (archaic)...
bepowdered 23 21 BEPOWDER, to powder...
bequeathed 28 26 BEQUEATH, to leave b...
berascaled 22 18 BERASCAL, to accuse...
beribboned 22 21 adorned with ribbons...
bescorched 27 22 BESCORCH, to scorch...
bescrawled 26 21 BESCRAWL, to cover w...
bescreened 20 18 BESCREEN, to cover w...
beshadowed 23 20 BESHADOW, to cast a...
beshivered 23 20 BESHIVER, to break i...
beshrouded 21 18 BESHROUD, to cover w...
beslavered 21 19 BESLAVER, to slobber...
besmirched 26 22 BESMIRCH, to soil, m...
besmoothed 21 19 BESMOOTH, to make sm...
besmutched 26 23 BESMUTCH, (archaic)...
bespangled 22 21 BESPANGLE, to adorn...
bespeckled 26 25 BESPECKLE, to mark w...
bestreaked 19 18 BESTREAK, to overspr...
betattered 18 14 BETATTER, to tatter...
bethralled 23 18 BETHRALL, (Spenser)...
bethwacked 28 26 BETHWACK, to thrash...
beweltered 22 18 (archaic) in a welte...
bewildered 23 19 BEWILDER, to confuse...
bicoloured 23 19 having two colours,...
bidentated 18 16 having two teeth or...
bifurcated 25 21 BIFURCATE, to fork [...
bighearted 22 18 generous, charitable...
bigmouthed 24 22 having a large mouth...
bioassayed 24 16 BIOASSAY, to test th...
biofuelled 23 20 running on biofuel,...
biographed 24 21 BIOGRAPH, to write a...
birddogged 22 20 BIRDDOG, to follow c...
bishopbird 27 22 a genus of African w...
bishopweed 26 22 goutweed [n -S]
bitterweed 22 17 any of various plant...
bitterwood 22 17 a West Indian tree f...
bivouacked 25 26 BIVOUAC, to spend th...
blackboard 26 25 a hard smooth usuall...
blackfaced 29 28 of sheep, having a b...
blackguard 26 25 a scoundrel [n -S] /...
blandished 22 19 BLANDISH, to coax an...
blasphemed 25 23 BLASPHEME, to speak...
blindsided 21 18 BLINDSIDE, to hit un...
blizzarded 27 34 BLIZZARD, to rage li...
blockboard 26 25 plywood board made o...
bloodhound 21 20 a large breed of hou...
bludgeoned 20 20 BLUDGEON, to hit wit...
boatlifted 22 18 BOATLIFT, to transpo...
bobblehead 25 23 a type of collectibl...
bobsledded 22 20 BOBSLED, to ride on...
bodysurfed 28 21 BODYSURF, to ride a...
bollocksed 25 23 BOLLOCKS, to make a...
bombilated 23 21 BOMBILATE, to buzz,...
bombinated 21 21 BOMBINATE, to buzz,...
boneheaded 18 18 stupid [adj]
boogalooed 18 17 BOOGALOO, to dance t...
bookmarked 21 25 BOOKMARK, to place a...
bootlegged 21 19 BOOTLEG, to smuggle...
bootlicked 24 22 BOOTLICK, to toady [...
boozehound 22 27 (colloquial) an alco...
borderland 19 17 territory at or near...
bottomland 20 19 (US) alluvial deposi...
bourgeoned 18 18 BOURGEON, (obsolete)...
brachiated 24 19 BRACHIATE, to progre...
brachiopod 26 22 a bivalve marine inv...
brainchild 26 21 a product of one's c...
brandished 21 18 BRANDISH, to move or...
brassbound 21 19 covered with brass e...
brattished 22 16 BRATTISH, to provide...
brazilwood 26 27 a red tropical wood...
breadboard 20 18 to make an experimen...
breastfeed 20 17 to feed with the bre...
brecciated 25 20 BRECCIATE, to break...
brickfield 28 25 a brickyard [n -S]
bridesmaid 21 18 a woman who is an at...
bridgehead 22 19 a fortification prot...
brightened 22 19 BRIGHTEN, to make br...
briquetted 28 24 BRIQUETTE, to form i...
broadsided 19 16 BROADSIDE, to delive...
broadsword 22 18 a large heavy sword...
brominated 19 18 BROMINATE, to treat...
bronzified 24 27 BRONZIFY, to make br...
brownfield 25 22 a site that has prev...
brownnosed 20 19 BROWNNOSE, to act sy...
brutalised 21 16 BRUTALISE, to make b...
brutalized 24 25 BRUTALIZE, to make b...
bubblehead 26 24 a flighty, frivolous...
bufflehead 26 24 one who has a large...
bulldogged 24 22 BULLDOG, to wrestle...
bulletined 21 18 BULLETIN, to make kn...
bulletwood 24 20 the wood of a tropic...
bullheaded 23 20 having a head like t...
bullnecked 25 25 having a thick neck...
bumfuzzled 31 41 BUMFUZZLE, to confus...
burlesqued 29 26 BURLESQUE, to make a...
bushwalked 27 25 BUSHWALK, to walk or...
busticated 23 18 BUSTICATE, (colloqui...
busybodied 28 21 BUSYBODY [v]
butterweed 22 18 an annual composite...
buttonheld 22 19 BUTTONHOLD, to detai...
buttonhold 22 19 to detain in talk, a...
buttonwood 21 19 the American plane t...
buttressed 20 15 BUTTRESS, to prop up...
cakewalked 25 26 CAKEWALK, to step st...
calcimined 25 22 CALCIMINE, to whitew...
calculated 25 20 CALCULATE, to count...
calendared 19 17 CALENDAR, to schedul...
calendered 19 17 CALENDER, to smooth...
calibrated 23 18 CALIBRATE, to determ...
callipered 24 19 CALLIPER, to measure...
camelopard 23 21 (obsolete) a giraffe...
campaigned 23 23 CAMPAIGN, to conduct...
campground 24 24 the area or place (a...
cancerated 21 18 CANCERATE, to grow i...
candlewood 22 20 the wood of various...
canistered 19 15 CANISTER, to put in...
cannonaded 16 18 CANNONADE, to attack...
cannulated 19 18 CANNULATE, to insert...
canticoyed 28 20 CANTICOY, to dance a...
cantonised 18 16 CANTONISE, to divide...
cantonized 21 25 CANTONIZE, to divide...
capsulated 23 19 contained in or made...
capsulised 24 19 CAPSULISE, to conden...
capsulized 27 28 CAPSULIZE, to conden...
captivated 24 21 CAPTIVATE, to charm,...
caracolled 24 19 CARACOL, to perform...
caramboled 23 21 CARAMBOLE, (French)...
caramelled 22 19 CARAMEL [v]
caravanned 19 20 CARAVAN, to travel i...
carbolated 22 18 containing carbolic...
carbolised 23 18 CARBOLISE, to treat...
carbolized 26 27 CARBOLIZE, to treat...
carbonated 20 18 CARBONATE, to combin...
carbonised 21 18 CARBONISE, to turn i...
carbonized 24 27 CARBONIZE, to turn i...
carbuncled 26 23 having carbuncles [a...
carburated 22 18 CARBURATE, to combin...
carbureted 22 18 CARBURET, to combine...
carburised 23 18 CARBURISE, to combin...
carburized 26 27 CARBURIZE, to combin...
cardiganed 20 18 wearing a cardigan [...
carfuffled 28 25 CARFUFFLE, to make a...
carilloned 21 17 CARILLON, to play a...
carnalised 20 16 CARNALISE, to sensua...
carnalized 23 25 CARNALIZE, to sensua...
caromelled 22 19 CAROMEL, to coat wit...
carotenoid 18 15 any of a group of pi...
carotinoid 19 15 any of a group of pi...
carpetweed 24 20 a North American mat...
cartelised 21 15 CARTELISE, to make i...
cartelized 24 24 CARTELIZE, to make i...
casemented 19 18 having casements [ad...
casinghead 22 19 in mineral extractio...
casseroled 20 15 CASSEROLE, to make a...
castigated 21 16 CASTIGATE, to scold,...
casualised 21 16 CASUALISE, to turn (...
casualized 24 25 CASUALIZE, to turn (...
catalogued 21 18 CATALOGUE, to make a...
catapulted 23 19 CATAPULT, to hurl th...
catechised 25 19 CATECHISE, to instru...
catechized 28 28 CATECHIZE, to instru...
catharised 22 16 CATHARISE, to render...
catharized 25 25 CATHARIZE, to render...
causewayed 28 20 CAUSEWAY, to build a...
cauterised 20 15 CAUTERISE, to burn o...
cauterized 23 24 CAUTERIZE, to burn o...
cavalcaded 25 23 CAVALCADE, to ride i...
cavaliered 22 19 CAVALIER, to behave...
celebrated 22 18 CELEBRATE, to mark b...
cellulated 23 18 cellular [adj]
centerfold 22 19 the centre pages of...
centrefold 22 19 the centre pages of...
cephalopod 26 23 any marine mollusc o...
ceratopsid 22 17 a bird-hipped, plant...
cerebrated 21 17 CEREBRATE, to engage...
chagrinned 22 20 CHAGRIN, to humiliat...
chainsawed 24 20 CHAINSAW, to cut wit...
chairbound 24 21 confined to a chair...
chairmaned 22 20 CHAIRMAN, to act as...
chalkboard 26 24 a blackboard [n -S]
challenged 24 21 CHALLENGE, to summon...
championed 24 23 CHAMPION, to defend...
chandelled 23 20 CHANDELLE, to perfor...
channelled 22 20 CHANNEL, to direct a...
chaperoned 22 20 CHAPERON, to accompa...
charcoaled 25 20 CHARCOAL, to draw or...
chargehand 24 21 a foreman [n -S]
chaudfroid 25 21 a jellied sauce, or...
checkmated 27 26 CHECKMATE, in chess,...
checkrowed 29 26 CHECKROW, to plant i...
cheesewood 23 19 the yellow wood of v...
chessboard 24 19 a checkerboard used...
chinwagged 27 24 CHINWAG, to chat [v]
chironomid 23 20 a member of a large...
chountered 21 18 CHOUNTER, to mutter,...
christened 22 17 CHRISTEN, to baptise...
chromatoid 23 19 relating to chromati...
chronicled 26 21 CHRONICLE, to record...
churchward 32 25 in the direction of...
churchyard 35 24 a yard that belongs...
cicadellid 26 20 any of a genus of in...
cicatrised 24 17 CICATRISE, to form a...
cicatrized 27 26 CICATRIZE, to form a...
cingulated 22 19 having a girdle, als...
circulated 25 19 CIRCULATE, to go rou...
clangoured 21 19 CLANGOUR, to clang l...
clarichord 27 20 an old keyboard stri...
classified 24 18 a section of a newsp...
clavichord 29 24 an old keyboard stri...
clearcoled 24 19 CLEARCOLE, to coat w...
climatised 23 18 CLIMATISE, to acclim...
climatized 26 27 CLIMATIZE, to acclim...
cliticised 26 18 CLITICISE, to pronou...
cliticized 29 27 CLITICIZE, to pronou...
cloistered 21 15 CLOISTER, to seclude...
clothbound 25 22 bound with cloth e.g...
clubfooted 25 22 having a clubfoot [a...
clubhauled 27 23 CLUBHAUL, to force a...
coadmitted 21 18 COADMIT, to admit se...
coadunated 18 17 COADUNATE, to unite,...
coagulated 21 18 COAGULATE, to curdle...
coanchored 23 20 COANCHOR, to present...
coappeared 22 20 COAPPEAR, to appear...
coarctated 22 17 COARCTATE, to press...
coassisted 20 14 COASSIST, to assist...
coastguard 21 17 an organization with...
coattended 18 16 COATTEND, to attend...
coattested 19 14 COATTEST, to attest...
coauthored 21 17 COAUTHOR, to write t...
cocainised 22 18 COCAINISE, to anaest...
cocainized 25 27 COCAINIZE, to anaest...
cochleated 25 20 having the form of a...
cockbilled 29 26 COCKBILL, to raise t...
cocknified 26 25 COCKNIFY, to make (a...
cocktailed 25 22 COCKTAIL, to dock a...
cocultured 25 20 COCULTURE, to grow (...
codesigned 20 18 CODESIGN, to design...
codirected 23 18 CODIRECT, to direct...
coembodied 22 21 COEMBODY, to embody...
coemployed 29 23 COEMPLOY, to employ...
coenamored 18 18 COENAMOR, to inflame...
coextended 24 23 COEXTEND, to extend...
cofeatured 21 18 COFEATURE, to featur...
cofinanced 23 22 COFINANCE, to financ...
coinfected 24 21 COINFECT, to infect...
coinferred 21 18 COINFER, to infer jo...
cointerred 19 15 COINTER, to bury tog...
coinvented 20 20 COINVENT, to invent...
coldcocked 28 26 COLDCOCK, to knock u...
collarstud 23 17 a stud for fastening...
colleagued 22 19 COLLEAGUE, (obsolete...
colligated 23 18 COLLIGATE, to tie or...
collimated 23 19 COLLIMATE, to make p...
collocated 24 19 COLLOCATE, to place...
colloquied 30 26 COLLOQUY, to hold a...
colonnaded 18 18 having a colonnade [...
colorbreed 22 18 to breed plants or a...
colourbred 23 19 COLOURBREED, to bree...
colourised 21 16 COLOURISE, to add co...
colourized 24 25 COLOURIZE, to add co...
columnated 21 20 having columns, also...
comminated 21 21 COMMINATE, to threat...
commingled 24 24 COMMINGLE, to mix to...
comminuted 22 22 COMMINUTE, to crush,...
commonhold 24 24 a freehold held in c...
communised 22 22 COMMUNISE, to make c...
communized 25 31 COMMUNIZE, to make c...
commutated 22 21 COMMUTATE, to change...
complained 23 22 COMPLAIN, to express...
compleated 23 21 COMPLEAT, (archaic)...
complected 27 24 COMPLECT, to weave t...
complished 27 23 COMPLISH, to accompl...
complotted 24 21 COMPLOT, to conspire...
composited 23 20 COMPOSITE, to comple...
compounded 22 23 COMPOUND, to add to...
comprehend 24 23 to grasp the meaning...
compressed 23 20 COMPRESS, to compact...
comprinted 23 21 COMPRINT, to share i...
concentred 21 19 CONCENTRE, to have a...
concreated 21 18 CONCREATE, (archaic)...
condescend 21 20 to descend to a less...
condiddled 21 19 CONDIDDLE, (Scott) t...
confervoid 23 22 relating the conferv...
configured 23 21 CONFIGURE, to set up...
confirmand 22 22 a candidate for reli...
conflicted 26 22 CONFLICT, to be in o...
confounded 20 21 CONFOUND, to confuse...
confronted 20 19 CONFRONT, to face de...
congreeted 19 17 CONGREET, (archaic)...
congressed 20 17 CONGRESS, to assembl...
conjugated 22 27 CONJUGATE, to give t...
connotated 17 16 CONNOTATE, to connot...
conscribed 25 21 CONSCRIBE, to enroll...
considered 19 16 CONSIDER, to think a...
consolated 19 16 CONSOLATE, (Shakespe...
contangoed 18 18 CONTANGO [v]
contraband 20 19 illegal or prohibite...
contracted 22 18 CONTRACT, to decreas...
contraried 19 15 CONTRARY, to oppose,...
contrasted 19 15 CONTRAST, to place i...
contristed 20 15 CONTRIST, (obsolete)...
controlled 21 17 CONTROL, to exercise...
controuled 20 17 CONTROUL, to exercis...
convertend 20 20 in logic, the propos...
convocated 23 22 CONVOCATE, to convok...
convoluted 22 21 CONVOLUTE, to twist,...
coolheaded 21 18 not easily excited [...
coomceiled 24 21 said of an attic roo...
cooperated 20 17 COOPERATE, to work t...
coparented 20 18 COPARENT, to share t...
copperhead 25 22 a venomous American...
coproduced 25 22 COPRODUCE, to produc...
copurified 25 21 COPURIFY, to become...
copycatted 31 22 COPYCAT, to imitate...
copyedited 28 20 COPYEDIT, to prepare...
copylefted 31 23 COPYLEFT, to publish...
corduroyed 26 18 CORDUROY, to build a...
coredeemed 19 18 COREDEEM, to redeem...
corivalled 24 20 CORIVAL, to rival [v...
correlated 20 15 CORRELATE, to be rel...
correspond 21 18 to be in conformity...
corrugated 21 17 CORRUGATE, to wrinkl...
corticated 23 17 having a special out...
coruscated 23 18 CORUSCATE, to sparkl...
coscripted 26 20 COSCRIPT, to collabo...
cosmolined 21 19 COSMOLINE, to smear...
cottonseed 18 15 the seed of the cott...
cottonweed 21 18 a cottony seaside co...
cottonwood 21 18 an American tree of...
counselled 21 18 COUNSEL, to advise [...
counterbid 22 19 a bid made in opposi...
courtesied 20 15 COURTESY, to curtsey...
cousinhood 21 18 the state or conditi...
covenanted 19 20 COVENANT, to enter i...
coveralled 23 20 wearing a coverall [...
coxswained 28 25 COXSWAIN, to steer a...
crawfished 28 22 CRAWFISH, to retreat...
crenelated 19 16 CRENELATE, (US) to p...
crenulated 20 17 minutely crenate, al...
crepitated 22 17 CREPITATE, to crackl...
crescented 22 18 having the shape of...
cretinised 20 15 CRETINISE, to make i...
cretinized 23 24 CRETINIZE, to make i...
criminated 21 18 CRIMINATE, to accuse...
crinolined 20 17 wearing a crinoline...
crispbread 25 20 a brittle, unsweeten...
criticised 25 17 CRITICISE, to censur...
criticized 28 26 CRITICIZE, to censur...
crossbreed 22 17 to hybridize [v CROS...
crossfield 24 18 of a football pass,...
crotcheted 25 19 having crotchets, wh...
crowbarred 25 20 CROWBAR, to use a st...
cucullated 26 21 hooded; hood-shaped,...
culminated 22 20 CULMINATE, to climax...
cultivated 24 20 CULTIVATE, to till o...
cumberbund 26 26 (Hindi) a waistband,...
cummerbund 25 26 (Hindi) a waistband,...
cupboarded 24 22 CUPBOARD, to store [...
curfuffled 29 26 CURFUFFLE, to make a...
cuspidated 23 19 shaped like a cuspid...
customised 22 18 CUSTOMISE, to adapt...
customized 25 27 CUSTOMIZE, to adapt...
cybernated 27 20 CYBERNATE, to contro...
cylindered 27 19 CYLINDER, to provide...
cylindroid 28 19 a body like a cyclin...
cynghanedd 28 23 a technique in Welsh...
damascened 19 19 DAMASCENE, to decora...
damaskined 18 20 DAMASKIN, to decorat...
darraigned 17 15 DARRAIGN, to justify...
daydreamed 23 18 DAYDREAM, to fantasi...
daylighted 28 19 DAYLIGHT, to illumin...
deaconhood 19 18 the office of deacon...
deadheaded 17 16 DEADHEAD, to remove...
deadlifted 20 17 DEADLIFT, to lift wi...
deadlocked 21 21 DEADLOCK, to come to...
deadpanned 16 18 DEADPAN, to act with...
deaminated 16 16 DEAMINATE, to remove...
deaminised 17 16 DEAMINISE, to remove...
deaminized 20 25 DEAMINIZE, to remove...
debentured 18 17 entitled to drawback...
decantated 18 16 DECANTATE, (obsolete...
decaudated 19 17 DECAUDATE, to cut of...
decentered 18 16 DECENTER, to put out...
deciphered 24 20 DECIPHER, to interpr...
decisioned 19 16 DECISION, to win a b...
declutched 27 22 DECLUTCH, to release...
decollated 21 17 DECOLLATE, to behead...
decoloured 20 17 DECOLOUR, to deprive...
decomposed 22 21 DECOMPOSE, to fall t...
decompound 22 23 to decompose, decay...
decoupaged 22 21 DECOUPAGE, to apply...
decussated 20 16 DECUSSATE, to divide...
defaecated 20 18 DEFAECATE, to void e...
defalcated 22 19 DEFALCATE, to embezz...
defeatured 18 16 DEFEATURE, (archaic)...
deflorated 19 16 DEFLORATE, to deflow...
deflowered 22 19 DEFLOWER, to deprive...
defocussed 22 19 DEFOCUS, to cause to...
defoliated 19 16 DEFOLIATE, to remove...
deforested 18 15 DEFOREST, to remove...
defriended 18 17 DEFRIEND, to remove...
degendered 16 16 DEGENDER, (Spenser)...
degustated 18 15 DEGUSTATE, to taste,...
dehydrated 25 17 DEHYDRATE, to dry ou...
delectated 20 16 DELECTATE, to deligh...
delineated 16 14 DELINEATE, to mark o...
delphinoid 22 19 a member of the genu...
delustered 18 14 DELUSTER, to lessen...
demagogued 19 20 DEMAGOGUE, to act in...
demarcated 20 18 DEMARCATE, to mark t...
demarketed 18 19 DEMARKET, to discour...
dementated 16 16 DEMENTATE, (archaic)...
demergered 18 17 DEMERGER, to remove...
demolished 21 18 DEMOLISH, to destroy...
denazified 21 25 DENAZIFY, to rid of...
denervated 17 17 DENERVATE, to depriv...
denigrated 17 15 DENIGRATE, to blacke...
denitrated 16 13 DENITRATE, to free f...
deodorised 16 13 DEODORISE, to take t...
deodorized 19 22 DEODORIZE, to take t...
deoxidated 22 20 DEOXIDATE, to deoxid...
deoxidised 23 20 DEOXIDISE, to remove...
deoxidized 26 29 DEOXIDIZE, to remove...
depastured 19 16 DEPASTURE, to graze...
depeincted 21 19 DEPEINCT, (Spenser)...
depictured 23 19 DEPICTURE, (archaic)...
depolished 22 18 DEPOLISH, to remove...
deprecated 21 18 DEPRECATE, to regret...
depredated 18 16 DEPREDATE, to plunde...
derationed 15 13 DERATION, to free fr...
deschooled 22 18 DESCHOOL, to educate...
desecrated 19 15 DESECRATE, to make n...
deselected 20 16 DESELECT, to dismiss...
desiccated 23 18 DESICCATE, to remove...
designated 17 15 DESIGNATE, to mark o...
desilvered 20 17 DESILVER, to remove...
despatched 24 20 DESPATCH, to deal wi...
despumated 20 19 DESPUMATE, to throw...
destinated 16 13 DESTINATE, (obsolete...
destituted 18 13 DESTITUTE, to forsak...
destreamed 17 15 DESTREAM, to reverse...
destressed 17 12 DESTRESS, to remove...
destructed 21 16 DESTRUCT, to destroy...
desulfured 21 18 DESULFUR, to free fr...
detasseled 17 13 DETASSEL, to remove...
determined 17 16 DETERMINE, to put te...
dethatched 24 19 DETHATCH, to remove...
detoxified 25 22 DETOXIFY, to remove...
deuterated 16 13 DEUTERATE, to add de...
devaluated 19 18 DEVALUATE, to devalu...
devastated 18 16 DEVASTATE, to lay wa...
diabolised 20 16 DIABOLISE, to conver...
diabolized 23 25 DIABOLIZE, to conver...
diagrammed 20 20 DIAGRAM, to illustra...
diallagoid 20 16 of or like diallage,...
dialogised 19 15 DIALOGISE, to discou...
dialogized 22 24 DIALOGIZE, to discou...
diazotised 20 21 DIAZOTISE, to conver...
diazotized 23 30 DIAZOTIZE, to conver...
dickeybird 31 24 a false shirtfront,...
dieselised 18 13 DIESELISE, to equip...
dieselized 21 22 DIESELIZE, to equip...
diffracted 25 21 DIFFRACT, to separat...
dimidiated 19 16 DIMIDIATE, to divide...
diminished 21 18 DIMINISH, to lessen...
dingdonged 18 19 DINGDONG, to have a...
diplomated 21 19 DIPLOMATE, to invest...
disadorned 16 14 DISADORN, to deprive...
disallowed 22 17 DISALLOW, to refuse...
disannexed 21 21 DISANNEX, to disunit...
disapplied 23 19 DISAPPLY, to make a...
disarrayed 23 14 DISARRAY, to throw i...
disattired 18 12 DISATTIRE, (Spenser)...
disattuned 17 14 DISATTUNE, to put ou...
disbenched 24 21 DISBENCH, to drive f...
disbosomed 20 18 DISBOSOM, to make kn...
disboweled 23 19 DISBOWEL, to remove...
discandied 20 17 DISCANDY, (Shakespea...
discharged 24 19 DISCHARGE, to free f...
dischuffed 28 24 (colloquial) not ple...
disclaimed 23 19 DISCLAIM, to renounc...
discolored 21 16 DISCOLOR, to alter t...
discommend 22 22 to mention with disa...
discounted 20 17 DISCOUNT, to reduce...
discoursed 21 16 DISCOURSE, to talk o...
discovered 22 19 DISCOVER, to find ou...
discrowned 23 19 DISCROWN, to deprive...
disenabled 19 17 DISENABLE, to disabl...
disendowed 19 17 DISENDOW, to deprive...
disengaged 18 17 DISENGAGE, to separa...
disfavored 21 19 DISFAVOR, to regard...
disfigured 22 18 DISFIGURE, to spoil...
disfleshed 23 18 DISFLESH, (archaic)...
disfrocked 24 22 DISFROCK, to deprive...
dishabited 22 17 DISHABIT, (Shakespea...
disherited 20 14 DISHERIT, to deprive...
disheveled 22 19 DISHEVEL, to make th...
dishoarded 19 15 DISHOARD, to put pre...
dishonored 18 15 DISHONOR, (US) to de...
disilluded 21 16 DISILLUDE, to free f...
disimmured 21 19 DISIMMURE, to libera...
disinhumed 21 19 DISINHUME, to disint...
disinvited 20 17 DISINVITE, to withdr...
disjointed 19 22 DISJOINT, to put out...
dislikened 19 18 DISLIKEN, (Shakespea...
dislocated 21 16 DISLOCATE, to put ou...
disloigned 19 16 DISLOIGN, (Spenser)...
dislustred 20 14 DISLUSTRE, (archaic)...
dismantled 19 17 DISMANTLE, to take t...
dismounted 18 17 DISMOUNT, to get dow...
disnatured 17 14 DISNATURE, to cause...
disobliged 22 18 DISOBLIGE, to slight...
disordered 17 13 DISORDER, to disarra...
disparaged 20 17 DISPARAGE, to belitt...
dispatched 25 20 DISPATCH, to send of...
dispeopled 22 19 DISPEOPLE, to depopu...
dispersoid 20 15 a substance in a sta...
dispirited 21 15 DISPIRIT, to lower i...
displanted 20 17 DISPLANT, to uproot;...
displeased 20 16 DISPLEASE, to offend...
dispraised 20 15 DISPRAISE, to censur...
disprinced 23 19 (Tennyson) deprived...
disprooved 21 19 DISPROOVE, (Spenser)...
disquieted 26 22 DISQUIET, to deprive...
disrelated 18 13 not related [adj]
dissembled 22 19 DISSEMBLE, to hide t...
dissevered 19 16 DISSEVER, to sever,...
dissipated 20 15 DISSIPATE, to scatte...
disthroned 19 15 DISTHRONE, to remove...
distilland 20 15 that which is to be,...
distracted 21 15 DISTRACT, to divert...
distrained 17 13 DISTRAIN, to seize a...
distressed 18 12 DISTRESS, to cause a...
districted 22 15 DISTRICT, to divide...
distrusted 19 13 DISTRUST, to have no...
disvouched 25 22 DISVOUCH, (Shakespea...
divebombed 24 25 DIVEBOMB, to drop bo...
divinified 22 20 DIVINIFY, to treat a...
divulgated 22 20 DIVULGATE, (archaic)...
doctorated 19 15 DOCTORATE, to take a...
documented 20 20 DOCUMENT, to support...
dogmatised 19 17 DOGMATISE, to assert...
dogmatized 22 26 DOGMATIZE, to assert...
dogsbodied 20 18 DOGSBODY, to do meni...
dogsledded 19 17 DOGSLED, to ride a s...
dogtrotted 18 14 DOGTROT, to move at...
dollarbird 22 17 a bird of the roller...
dollarised 19 14 DOLLARISE, to replac...
dollarized 22 23 DOLLARIZE, to replac...
domineered 16 16 DOMINEER, to be over...
dorsifixed 26 22 attached at or by th...
doughfaced 25 23 over-persuadable, es...
dovetailed 19 17 DOVETAIL, to fit tog...
downgraded 20 19 DOWNGRADE, to relega...
downlinked 21 22 DOWNLINK, to provide...
downloaded 19 18 DOWNLOAD, to transfe...
downlooked 20 21 (Dryden) downcast, g...
downplayed 28 22 DOWNPLAY, to underst...
downscaled 23 20 DOWNSCALE, to scale...
downturned 19 18 turned down [adj]
dragonhead 18 17 a labiate garden pla...
dragonised 17 15 DRAGONISE, to turn i...
dragonized 20 24 DRAGONIZE, to turn i...
drainboard 18 16 a sloping grooved bo...
dramatised 18 15 DRAMATISE, to adapt...
dramatized 21 24 DRAMATIZE, to adapt...
dreamworld 22 19 a world of illusion...
drearihead 18 14 (Spenser) affliction...
drearihood 18 14 (Spenser) affliction...
dressguard 19 15 (archaic) an arrange...
dropforged 22 20 DROPFORGE, to forge...
drowsihead 22 17 (Spenser) drowsiness...
duckshoved 26 26 DUCKSHOVE, (Australi...
duckwalked 27 28 DUCKWALK, to do a co...
dumfounded 20 22 DUMFOUND, to strike...
dummelhead 22 22 (dialect) a stupid p...
dunderhead 18 17 a dunce; a numskull;...
duplicated 24 20 DUPLICATE, to copy [...
dynamitard 24 18 (archaic) a user of...
earthbound 20 18 fast in or to the so...
easselward 20 15 (Scots) eastwards, a...
ecchymosed 32 24 affected by ecchymos...
economised 19 18 ECONOMISE, to make e...
economized 22 27 ECONOMIZE, to make e...
ecstasised 20 14 ECSTASISE, to be ecs...
ecstasized 23 23 ECSTASIZE, to be ecs...
eicosanoid 18 15 any of a class of co...
eisteddfod 19 16 (Welsh) an annual as...
ejaculated 22 25 EJACULATE, to exclai...
elaborated 18 15 ELABORATE, to produc...
electrised 21 15 ELECTRISE, to make e...
electrized 24 24 ELECTRIZE, to make e...
eliminated 18 16 ELIMINATE, to remove...
elucidated 21 17 ELUCIDATE, to make c...
elutriated 18 13 ELUTRIATE, to separa...
embittered 20 17 EMBITTER, to make bi...
emblazoned 22 28 EMBLAZON, to depict...
emblemised 22 21 EMBLEMISE, to repres...
emblemized 25 30 EMBLEMIZE, to repres...
emboldened 19 20 EMBOLDEN, to instil...
embordered 19 18 EMBORDER, to provide...
embowelled 24 22 EMBOWEL, to remove t...
embrangled 21 21 EMBRANGLE, (archaic)...
embrasured 20 18 having an embrasure,...
embreathed 21 19 EMBREATHE, (archaic)...
embrittled 22 18 EMBRITTLE, (archaic)...
embrocated 22 20 EMBROCATE, to moiste...
emolliated 19 16 EMOLLIATE, to soften...
empacketed 23 24 EMPACKET, to pack up...
empanelled 20 20 EMPANEL, to select a...
empathised 22 19 EMPATHISE, to enter...
empathized 25 28 EMPATHIZE, to enter...
empatroned 18 18 EMPATRON, (Shakespea...
emperished 22 19 EMPERISH, (Spenser)...
emphasised 22 19 EMPHASISE, to add em...
emphasized 25 28 EMPHASIZE, to add em...
empleached 25 23 EMPLEACH, to intertw...
empoisoned 18 18 EMPOISON, (archaic)...
empoldered 20 19 EMPOLDER, to reclaim...
emulsified 22 19 EMULSIFY, to convert...
encapsuled 22 20 ENCAPSULE, to encaps...
enciphered 23 20 ENCIPHER, to write i...
encoloured 19 17 ENCOLOUR, to colour...
encouraged 19 18 ENCOURAGE, to hearte...
encroached 23 20 ENCROACH, to intrude...
encumbered 22 22 ENCUMBER, to impede...
endangered 15 16 ENDANGER, to expose...
endeavored 16 17 ENDEAVOR, to strive...
enfestered 17 15 festered [adj]
enfettered 17 15 ENFETTER, to bind wi...
enflowered 21 19 ENFLOWER, to cover w...
enforested 17 15 ENFOREST, to turn in...
engendered 15 16 ENGENDER, to bring i...
engineered 15 15 ENGINEER, to arrange...
enhungered 18 18 ENHUNGER, to make hu...
enlargened 16 16 ENLARGEN, to make la...
enranckled 20 21 ENRANCKLE, (Spenser)...
enraptured 18 16 ENRAPTURE, to deligh...
enravished 20 18 ENRAVISH, to enraptu...
enscrolled 21 17 ENSCROLL, to write o...
ensheathed 19 16 ENSHEATH, to enclose...
enshielded 19 16 ENSHIELD, to defend,...
enshrouded 18 16 ENSHROUD, to cover u...
ensorceled 19 16 ENSORCEL, to bewitch...
entendered 14 14 ENTENDER, (obsolete)...
enthralled 20 16 ENTHRAL, to reduce t...
entrenched 20 18 ENTRENCH, to fix fir...
enucleated 19 17 ENUCLEATE, to bring...
enumerated 16 16 ENUMERATE, to count,...
enunciated 18 17 ENUNCIATE, to pronou...
envisioned 17 17 ENVISION, to visuali...
enwallowed 23 20 ENWALLOW, (Spenser)...
enwreathed 20 17 ENWREATH, to encircl...
epauletted 19 16 wearing epaulettes,...
epicurised 23 18 EPICURISE, (archaic)...
epicurized 26 27 EPICURIZE, (archaic)...
epicycloid 33 23 a curve traced by a...
epidermoid 20 18 like epidermis; pert...
epidotised 19 15 changed into epidote...
epidotized 22 24 changed into epidote...
epigraphed 24 21 EPIGRAPH, to mark wi...
epileptoid 22 18 resembling epilepsy;...
epilogised 21 17 EPILOGISE, to speak...
epilogized 24 26 EPILOGIZE, to speak...
epimerised 20 17 EPIMERISE, to make i...
epimerized 23 26 EPIMERIZE, to make a...
epitomised 20 17 EPITOMISE, to make a...
epitomized 23 26 EPITOMIZE, to make a...
epoxidised 25 22 EPOXIDISE, to conver...
epoxidized 28 31 EPOXIDIZE, to conver...
equipoised 27 24 EQUIPOISE, to provid...
eradicated 19 15 ERADICATE, to root o...
eroticised 20 14 EROTICISE, to render...
eroticized 23 23 EROTICIZE, to render...
escalloped 23 19 ESCALLOP, to bake in...
espaliered 19 15 ESPALIER, to train a...
esterified 19 14 ESTERIFY, to convert...
etherified 21 16 ETHERIFY, to convert...
eunuchised 22 19 EUNUCHISE, to make a...
eunuchized 25 28 EUNUCHIZE, to make a...
euphausiid 22 18 one of a genus of sh...
euphemised 22 20 EUPHEMISE, to speak...
euphemized 25 29 EUPHEMIZE, to speak...
euphonised 20 18 EUPHONISE, to make e...
euphonized 23 27 EUPHONIZE, to make e...
eurypterid 26 17 any of an order of l...
euthanased 17 15 EUTHANASE, to subjec...
euthanazed 20 24 EUTHANAZE, to subjec...
euthanised 18 15 EUTHANISE, to subjec...
euthanized 21 24 EUTHANIZE, to subjec...
evaginated 18 18 EVAGINATE, to turn i...
evaporated 19 18 EVAPORATE, to change...
evenhanded 18 20 fair, impartial [adj...
eventrated 17 16 EVENTRATE, to open t...
eventuated 17 17 EVENTUATE, to turn o...
excarnated 24 22 EXCARNATE, to depriv...
excoriated 25 21 EXCORIATE, to abrade...
exculpated 29 26 EXCULPATE, to free f...
exfoliated 25 22 EXFOLIATE, to separa...
exocytosed 31 23 EXOCYTOSE, to secret...
exonerated 20 19 EXONERATE, to clear...
exoticised 26 21 EXOTICISE, to regard...
exoticized 29 30 EXOTICIZE, to regard...
expatiated 24 21 EXPATIATE, to speak...
expertised 25 21 EXPERTISE, to give a...
expertized 28 30 EXPERTIZE, to give a...
expiscated 28 24 EXPISCATE, to learn...
explicated 29 25 EXPLICATE, to explai...
expurgated 26 24 EXPURGATE, to purify...
exsiccated 29 24 EXSICCATE, to dry up...
extenuated 21 20 EXTENUATE, to lessen...
extermined 23 22 EXTERMINE, (Shakespe...
extirpated 25 21 EXTIRPATE, to pull o...
extradited 23 19 EXTRADITE, to delive...
extraposed 24 21 EXTRAPOSE, to move a...
extricated 26 21 EXTRICATE, to free f...
exuberated 24 22 EXUBERATE, to be exu...
fabricated 24 20 FABRICATE, to manufa...
facebooked 23 24 FACEBOOK, to look fo...
facelifted 25 21 FACELIFT, to perform...
facsimiled 25 21 FACSIMILE, to make a...
factorised 22 17 FACTORISE, to reduce...
factorized 25 26 FACTORIZE, to reduce...
fairground 20 18 an area where outdoo...
falderaled 20 17 FALDERAL, to sing me...
fantasised 18 15 FANTASISE, to visual...
fantasized 21 24 FANTASIZE, to visual...
farewelled 23 19 FAREWELL, to say goo...
farsighted 23 18 seeing or able to se...
fascinated 21 18 FASCINATE, to intere...
fatbrained 20 18 (Shakespeare) stupid...
fatherhood 22 18 the state of being a...
fatherland 21 18 the native land or c...
featherbed 22 19 a mattress filled wi...
fecundated 21 20 FECUNDATE, to make f...
fernticled 23 19 (Scots) freckled, al...
ferrotyped 27 19 FERROTYPE, to take a...
fertigated 20 16 FERTIGATE, to fertil...
fertilised 21 15 FERTILISE, to make f...
fertilized 24 24 FERTILIZE, to make f...
festinated 18 15 FESTINATE, to hasten...
fetichised 25 19 FETICHISE, to make a...
fetichized 28 28 FETICHIZE, to make a...
fetishised 22 16 FETISHISE, to make a...
fetishized 25 25 FETISHIZE, to make a...
feudalised 20 17 FEUDALISE, to reduce...
feudalized 23 26 FEUDALIZE, to reduce...
fiberboard 23 20 (US) a material made...
fibreboard 23 20 a material made from...
fiddioused 20 17 FIDDIOUS, (Shakespea...
fiddlehead 22 19 one of the young unf...
fiddlewood 23 20 the wood of several...
figurehead 22 19 the figure, statue,...
fillagreed 22 18 FILLAGREE, to execut...
fimbriated 23 20 FIMBRIATE, to border...
fingerhold 23 20 a hold or place of s...
firebombed 24 23 FIREBOMB, to attack...
firefanged 21 20 FIREFANG, to scorch;...
fireplaced 25 21 having a fireplace [...
firescaped 24 20 FIRESCAPE, to arrang...
firewalled 24 19 FIREWALL, to install...
fishtailed 23 17 FISHTAIL, to swing t...
flagitated 21 17 FLAGITATE, to entrea...
flannelled 20 19 FLANNEL, to cover wi...
flashboard 24 20 one of a set of boar...
flatfooted 21 18 FLATFOOT, to walk wi...
flatpicked 27 25 FLATPICK, to play (a...
flichtered 26 20 FLICHTER, to flutter...
flintified 23 19 FLINTIFY, to turn in...
floorboard 21 18 a board in a floor [...
floundered 19 18 FLOUNDER, to struggl...
flourished 23 18 FLOURISH, to thrive...
fluctuated 24 20 FLUCTUATE, to vary t...
fluidified 24 20 FLUIDIFY, to make fl...
fluoresced 23 19 FLUORESCE, to demons...
flustrated 21 16 FLUSTRATE, (obsolete...
flyspecked 33 27 FLYSPECK, to mark wi...
foolbegged 23 22 (Shakespeare) foolis...
forcipated 24 20 formed and opening l...
forecasted 21 17 FORECAST, to estimat...
foreclosed 22 18 FORECLOSE, to bar (a...
foredamned 18 19 (obsolete) utterly d...
foredoomed 18 18 FOREDOOM, to doom in...
forefended 19 19 FOREFEND, to protect...
foreground 19 18 to bring to the fore...
forehanded 19 18 FOREHAND, to play a...
forejudged 22 27 FOREJUDGE, to depriv...
forelifted 22 18 FORELIFT, (Spenser)...
forelocked 23 22 FORELOCK, to fasten...
forepassed 20 17 bygone, also FOREPAS...
foreshewed 23 19 FORESHEW, to presage...
foreshowed 23 19 FORESHOW, to predict...
foreslowed 22 18 FORESLOW, (Shakespea...
forestland 19 16 land occupied by for...
foretasted 18 14 FORETASTE, to taste...
forewarded 21 18 FOREWARD, (archaic)...
forewarned 20 18 FOREWARN, to warn in...
forklifted 24 22 FORKLIFT, to raise o...
formalised 21 18 FORMALISE, to make f...
formalized 24 27 FORMALIZE, to make f...
formicated 23 20 FORMICATE, to crawl...
formulated 21 19 FORMULATE, to state...
formulised 22 19 FORMULISE, to expres...
formulized 25 28 FORMULIZE, to expres...
fornicated 21 18 FORNICATE, to have i...
forslacked 24 22 FORSLACK, to be slac...
forswinked 23 22 FORSWINK, (obsolete)...
fortressed 19 14 FORTRESS, to strengt...
fortunised 19 16 FORTUNISE, to make h...
fortunized 22 25 FORTUNIZE, (Spenser)...
forwearied 21 17 FORWEARY, (Shakespea...
fossilised 21 15 FOSSILISE, to turn i...
fossilized 24 24 FOSSILIZE, to turn i...
fountained 17 17 FOUNTAIN, to display...
foveolated 20 19 like a foveola, a sm...
foxtrotted 25 21 FOXTROT, to dance in...
fractioned 21 18 FRACTION, to divide...
fragmented 20 20 FRAGMENT, to break i...
fragranced 22 20 FRAGRANCE, to perfum...
franchised 24 20 FRANCHISE, to grant...
freebooted 19 17 FREEBOOT, to plunder...
freecycled 32 23 FREECYCLE, to recycl...
freehanded 19 18 open-handed, liberal...
freelanced 21 19 FREELANCE, to work f...
freeloaded 18 16 FREELOAD, to live at...
freestyled 26 17 FREESTYLE, to perfor...
frequented 26 25 FREQUENT, to go to h...
fricasseed 22 17 FRICASSEE, to cook a...
frightened 22 19 FRIGHTEN, to make af...
fringillid 24 19 related to the finch...
frontiered 18 15 FRONTIER, (Spenser)...
frontpaged 21 20 FRONTPAGE, to put on...
frostbound 21 19 bound or confined by...
fructified 26 21 FRUCTIFY, to bear fr...
fructuated 23 19 FRUCTUATE, to come t...
frustrated 20 15 FRUSTRATE, to thwart...
fulgurated 22 19 FULGURATE, to flash...
fulminated 21 20 FULMINATE, to send f...
functioned 21 20 FUNCTION, to perform...
fundraised 19 17 FUNDRAISE, to raise...
furbelowed 25 22 FURBELOW, to decorat...
furloughed 24 21 FURLOUGH, to grant a...
fusilladed 22 18 FUSILLADE, to discha...
fustigated 21 17 FUSTIGATE, (obsolete...
gaelicised 22 17 GAELICISE, to render...
gaelicized 25 26 GAELICIZE, to render...
galavanted 19 19 GALAVANT, to roam ab...
galivanted 20 19 GALIVANT, to roam ab...
gallicised 24 18 GALLICISE, to make F...
gallicized 27 27 GALLICIZE, to make F...
gallisised 21 15 GALLISISE, in wine-m...
gallisized 24 24 GALLISIZE, in wine-m...
gallopaded 21 19 GALLOPADE, to dance...
gallumphed 26 24 GALLUMPH, to move wi...
galravaged 21 20 GALRAVAGE, (Scots) t...
galvanised 20 19 GALVANISE, to subjec...
galvanized 23 28 GALVANIZE, to subjec...
gamahuched 26 24 GAMAHUCHE, to practi...
gamaruched 24 22 GAMARUCHE, to practi...
gangbanged 20 22 GANGBANG, to carry o...
gangliated 19 17 having a ganglion or...
gargarised 19 15 GARGARISE, (obsolete...
gargarized 22 24 GARGARIZE, (obsolete...
garnisheed 19 16 GARNISHEE, to make s...
garrisoned 17 14 GARRISON, to assign...
gasconaded 19 18 GASCONADE, to boast...
gasteropod 19 16 any mollusc of the c...
gauntleted 18 16 GAUNTLET, to protect...
gazundered 20 25 GAZUNDER, to lower t...
gelatinoid 18 15 a substance resembli...
genderised 17 15 GENDERISE, to make d...
genderized 20 24 GENDERIZE, to make d...
generalled 18 16 GENERAL, to act as a...
genialised 18 15 GENIALISE, to impart...
genialized 21 24 GENIALIZE, to impart...
gentilised 19 15 GENTILISE, (archaic)...
gentilized 22 24 GENTILIZE, (archaic)...
gentlehood 19 17 (archaic) position o...
gentrified 20 17 GENTRIFY, to renew a...
geologised 19 16 GEOLOGISE, to engage...
geologized 22 25 GEOLOGIZE, to engage...
germanised 18 17 GERMANISE, to make G...
germanized 21 26 GERMANIZE, to make G...
germinated 18 17 GERMINATE, to sprout...
ghettoised 20 15 GHETTOISE, to confin...
ghettoized 23 24 GHETTOIZE, to confin...
gillnetted 20 16 GILLNET, to catch fi...
gilravaged 22 20 GILRAVAGE, (Scots) t...
ginglimoid 22 20 of or like a ginglym...
girlfriend 22 18 a female friend [n -...
glamorised 20 17 GLAMORISE, to make g...
glamorized 23 26 GLAMORIZE, to make g...
glassified 22 17 GLASSIFY, to become...
glitterand 19 15 (Spenser) glittering...
globalised 22 18 GLOBALISE, to make g...
globalized 25 27 GLOBALIZE, to make g...
glomerated 19 17 GLOMERATE, to gather...
glycolipid 33 23 a lipid that contain...
goatsbeard 19 16 a plant with woolly...
gobsmacked 25 26 (colloquial) taken a...
goldthread 21 17 a North American woo...
goodlihead 20 17 (Spenser) goodness,...
goodlyhead 26 19 (Spenser) goodness,...
goodwilled 23 19 possessed of goodwil...
gooneybird 25 19 an albatross [n -S]
gopherwood 24 21 another name for yel...
gorgonised 18 16 GORGONISE, to have a...
gorgonized 21 25 GORGONIZE, to have a...
gospelised 21 17 GOSPELISE, to evange...
gospelized 24 26 GOSPELIZE, to evange...
gothicised 24 18 GOTHICISE, to make G...
gothicized 27 27 GOTHICIZE, to make G...
graffitied 23 19 GRAFFITI, to deface...
grainfield 21 18 a field where grain...
gralloched 25 20 GRALLOCH, (Gaelic) t...
grandchild 25 21 the child of one's s...
grandstand 17 16 an elevated structur...
grandstood 17 15 GRANDSTAND, to show...
granitised 18 14 GRANITISE, to make l...
granitized 21 23 GRANITIZE, to make l...
granulated 18 16 GRANULATE, to form o...
graphitoid 23 18 of or like graphite...
gratinated 17 14 GRATINATE, to cook w...
gratulated 19 15 GRATULATE, (archaic)...
gravitated 20 17 GRAVITATE, to move u...
grayheaded 25 18 having gray hair, al...
graylisted 26 16 GRAYLIST, to hold (s...
greaseband 18 17 a band put round the...
greasewood 19 16 a name for various o...
greenfield 20 18 a site free from exi...
greensward 20 17 turf green with gras...
greyheaded 25 18 having grey hair, al...
greylisted 26 16 GREYLIST [v]
gridironed 18 15 GRIDIRON, to mark wi...
gridlocked 24 22 GRIDLOCK, to cause a...
grimlooked 21 21 (Shakespeare) having...
groundwood 20 19 wood found lying on...
grubstaked 22 21 GRUBSTAKE, to provid...
guaranteed 16 15 GUARANTEE, to give a...
guarantied 17 15 GUARANTY, to assume...
guilloched 26 21 GUILLOCHE, to decora...
habituated 21 17 HABITUATE, to accust...
haemolysed 26 19 HAEMOLYSE, to break...
haemolyzed 29 28 HAEMOLYZE, to break...
halfwitted 26 20 feebleminded [adj HA...
hallmarked 23 22 HALLMARK, to mark wi...
halogenoid 19 17 like a halogen [adj]
hammerhead 22 21 a type of shark [n -...
handbagged 22 22 HANDBAG, to strike w...
handballed 22 20 HANDBALL, to handle...
handcuffed 26 25 HANDCUFF, to fetter...
handfasted 20 18 HANDFAST, to betroth...
handpassed 20 18 HANDPASS, (in Austra...
handpicked 25 25 HANDPICK, to choose...
handselled 20 17 HANDSEL, to give a g...
handworked 22 22 crafted by hand [adj...
hardbacked 25 24 of a book, having ha...
hardfisted 22 17 having hard or stron...
hardhanded 20 18 having hard hands, r...
hardheaded 20 17 stubborn, willful [a...
harelipped 24 20 having a harelip [ad...
hariolated 19 14 HARIOLATE, to prophe...
harmonised 19 17 HARMONISE, to bring...
harmonized 22 26 HARMONIZE, to bring...
harrumphed 25 22 HARRUMPH, to clear o...
hatchelled 26 20 HATCHEL, to separate...
hawksbeard 25 23 a flower of the dand...
headbanged 20 20 HEADBANG [v]
headhunted 20 18 HEADHUNT, to seek ou...
heavenward 22 21 towards heaven, also...
heightened 21 18 HEIGHTEN, to raise [...
helicopted 25 20 HELICOPT, to travel...
helilifted 24 18 HELILIFT, to transpo...
heliotyped 28 19 HELIOTYPE, to obtain...
hellenised 20 16 HELLENISE, to use th...
hellenized 23 25 HELLENIZE, to use th...
hemorrhoid 22 18 the dilatation of a...
heparinoid 20 17 of or like heparin,...
heptachord 26 21 a system of seven so...
herborised 21 16 HERBORISE, to search...
herborized 24 25 HERBORIZE, to search...
heroicised 22 16 HEROICISE, to make h...
heroicized 25 25 HEROICIZE, to make h...
hetherward 24 18 (Spenser) hitherward...
hibernated 20 17 HIBERNATE, to pass t...
hibernised 21 17 HIBERNISE, to render...
hibernized 24 26 HIBERNIZE, to render...
hiccoughed 29 24 HICCOUGH, to make a...
highballed 27 22 HIGHBALL, to go at g...
highbrowed 28 23 being of a highbrow...
highjacked 29 33 HIGHJACK, to steal i...
hightailed 24 18 HIGHTAIL, to retreat...
hindcasted 22 18 HINDCAST, to test a...
hinderland 19 17 a type of linen clot...
hinterland 19 16 the inland area behi...
hirudinoid 20 16 like a leech [adj]
hispanidad 21 18 a movement asserting...
hitchhiked 29 24 HITCHHIKE, to hike w...
hitherward 25 18 (archaic) toward thi...
holystoned 25 17 HOLYSTONE, to scrape...
homeported 21 19 HOMEPORT, to assign...
honeydewed 26 20 covered with honeyde...
hoodwinked 22 22 HOODWINK, to deceive...
horseshoed 20 15 HORSESHOE, to put ho...
hotpressed 21 16 HOTPRESS, to subject...
housebound 20 19 confined to the hous...
hoydenhood 25 19 the state of being a...
huckstered 24 21 HUCKSTER, to peddle...
humectated 23 20 HUMECTATE, to moiste...
humidified 24 21 HUMIDIFY, to make hu...
humiliated 22 18 HUMILIATE, to humble...
humpbacked 29 30 having a humped back...
hyalinised 26 17 HYALINISE, of tissue...
hyalinized 29 26 HYALINIZE, of tissue...
hybridised 29 19 HYBRIDISE, to create...
hybridized 32 28 HYBRIDIZE, to create...
hydrolysed 33 19 HYDROLYSE, to subjec...
hydrolyzed 36 28 HYDROLYZE, to subjec...
hyperploid 31 22 in excess of but not...
hyphenated 28 21 HYPHENATE, to insert...
hyphenised 29 21 HYPHENISE, to put a...
hyphenized 32 30 HYPHENIZE, to put a...
hypnotised 27 19 HYPNOTISE, to put in...
hypnotized 30 28 HYPNOTIZE, to put in...
identified 19 16 IDENTIFY, to establi...
illusioned 19 15 under an illusion [a...
illuviated 22 18 ILLUVIATE, to deposi...
imbalanced 23 22 in a state of imbala...
imbittered 21 17 IMBITTER, to make bi...
imboldened 20 20 IMBOLDEN, to instil...
imbordered 20 18 IMBORDER, to provide...
imbrangled 22 21 IMBRANGLE, (archaic)...
imbricated 24 20 IMBRICATE, to lay ov...
immanacled 22 22 IMMANACLE, (Milton)...
immeasured 19 18 (Spenser) immeasurab...
immigrated 21 19 IMMIGRATE, to migrat...
impanelled 21 20 IMPANEL, to put onto...
imperilled 23 19 IMPERIL, to put in d...
impetrated 20 17 IMPETRATE, to obtain...
impictured 25 21 (Spenser) painted [a...
impleached 26 23 IMPLEACH, to intertw...
implicated 25 21 IMPLICATE, to involv...
impocketed 24 24 IMPOCKET, (archaic)...
impoldered 21 19 IMPOLDER, to reclaim...
importuned 20 19 IMPORTUNE, to press...
impostumed 22 21 having an impostume,...
imprecated 23 20 IMPRECATE, to call d...
imprisoned 20 18 IMPRISON, to confine...
improvised 23 21 IMPROVISE, to compos...
inbreathed 20 17 INBREATHE, to infuse...
incarnated 18 16 INCARNATE, to embody...
incommoded 21 22 INCOMMODE, to put to...
incompared 22 21 (Spenser) peerless;...
incomposed 22 21 disordered; disturbe...
incremated 20 18 INCREMATE, (obsolete...
inculcated 24 20 INCULCATE, to teach...
inculpated 23 20 INCULPATE, to blame;...
incumbered 23 22 INCUMBER, to impede...
incurvated 22 20 INCURVATE, to curve...
indentured 16 15 INDENTURE, to bind b...
indigested 18 15 not digested [adj]
indisposed 19 16 INDISPOSE, to render...
indrenched 21 19 INDRENCH, to submerg...
inebriated 18 15 INEBRIATE, to make d...
inextended 21 21 not extended [adj]
infanthood 19 18 infancy [n -S]
infatuated 18 16 INFATUATE, to inspir...
influenced 22 21 INFLUENCE, to have o...
infraposed 20 18 placed below somethi...
infrasound 18 17 frequencies below th...
infuriated 19 16 INFURIATE, to make f...
infuscated 22 19 clouded or tinged wi...
ingathered 19 16 INGATHER, to gather...
ingrounded 17 17 INGROUND, to fix (so...
initialled 19 14 INITIAL, to mark wit...
innervated 17 17 INNERVATE, to supply...
innuendoed 14 16 INNUENDO, to make an...
inoculated 20 17 INOCULATE, to introd...
inquinated 24 23 INQUINATE, to corrup...
inscrolled 22 17 INSCROLL, to write o...
insheathed 20 16 INSHEATH, to enclose...
insinuated 16 14 INSINUATE, to hint o...
inspirited 20 15 INSPIRIT, to animate...
instigated 18 14 INSTIGATE, to initia...
instituted 18 13 INSTITUTE, to set up...
instressed 17 12 INSTRESS, to create...
instructed 21 16 INSTRUCT, to supply...
intaglioed 18 15 INTAGLIO, to carve a...
integrated 17 14 INTEGRATE, to make e...
intendered 15 14 INTENDER, (obsolete)...
intensated 15 13 INTENSATE, to intens...
interacted 19 15 INTERACT, to act on...
interblend 19 17 to blend together [v...
interbreed 18 15 to breed together es...
interceded 19 16 INTERCEDE, to act as...
interdined 16 14 INTERDINE, to eat to...
interessed 16 12 INTERESS, (obsolete)...
interested 16 12 INTEREST, to engage...
interfaced 21 18 INTERFACE, to intera...
interfered 18 15 INTERFERE, to interv...
interfiled 20 16 INTERFILE, to arrang...
interfused 19 16 INTERFUSE, to pour o...
interlaced 20 16 INTERLACE, to lace,...
interlined 17 14 INTERLINE, to write...
interloped 19 16 INTERLOPE, to intrud...
interluded 18 15 INTERLUDE, to write...
intermixed 24 22 INTERMIX, to mix tog...
intermured 18 16 INTERMURE, (obsolete...
interpaged 19 17 INTERPAGE, to print...
interplead 19 16 to plead against eac...
interponed 17 16 INTERPONE, to interp...
interposed 18 15 INTERPOSE, to place...
intervened 17 17 INTERVENE, to come o...
interwound 19 17 INTERWIND, to wind i...
inthralled 21 16 INTHRALL, to charm,...
intrenched 21 18 INTRENCH, to fix fir...
introduced 20 17 INTRODUCE, to bring...
intumesced 21 19 INTUMESCE, to swell...
inumbrated 20 19 INUMBRATE, to cast a...
inviolated 19 17 not violated; uninju...
inwreathed 21 17 INWREATHE, to surrou...
iproniazid 22 24 a derivative of ison...
ironfisted 19 15 stingy, miserly [adj...
ironhanded 17 16 having an iron hand...
irradiated 17 12 IRRADIATE, to shed l...
irrenowned 18 16 (Spenser) inglorious...
isografted 20 16 ISOGRAFT, to transpl...
isomerised 18 14 ISOMERISE, to change...
isomerized 21 23 ISOMERIZE, to change...
isoprenoid 18 15 a type of chemical c...
italicised 22 15 ITALICISE, to print...
italicized 25 24 ITALICIZE, to print...
itinerated 16 12 ITINERATE, to wander...
jackarooed 21 27 JACKAROO, to work as...
jackbooted 24 30 JACKBOOT, to behave...
jackerooed 21 27 JACKEROO, to work as...
jackknifed 26 35 JACKKNIFE, to fold u...
jackpotted 25 30 JACKPOT, to win a to...
jackrolled 25 29 JACKROLL, to roll a...
jargonised 19 23 JARGONISE, to expres...
jargonized 22 32 JARGONIZE, to expres...
jasperised 21 23 JASPERISE, to turn i...
jasperized 24 32 JASPERIZE, to turn i...
jeopardied 20 24 JEOPARDY [v]
jerkinhead 21 27 a truncated gable wi...
jettisoned 18 21 JETTISON, to throw o...
jigajigged 25 35 JIGAJIG, to copulate...
jigajogged 24 35 JIGAJOG, to copulate...
jimsonweed 22 27 the thorn-apple [n -...
jogtrotted 20 22 JOGTROT, to move at...
jolterhead 21 23 (archaic) a clumsy o...
journalled 20 24 JOURNAL, to record i...
juxtaposed 27 31 JUXTAPOSE, to place...
kalendared 17 18 KALENDAR, to schedul...
kalsomined 19 20 KALSOMINE, to whitew...
kangarooed 16 18 KANGAROO, to bound l...
kantikoyed 24 22 KANTIKOY, to dance a...
kaolinised 18 17 KAOLINISE, to turn i...
kaolinized 21 26 KAOLINIZE, to turn i...
karstified 21 18 KARSTIFY, to develop...
karyotyped 32 22 KARYOTYPE, to determ...
keelhauled 21 20 KEELHAUL, to punish...
kerchiefed 25 23 KERCHIEF, to wear a...
kerfuffled 26 26 KERFUFFLE, to make a...
kerplunked 22 25 KERPLUNK, to drop wi...
keyboarded 25 21 KEYBOARD, to enter d...
keypunched 31 27 KEYPUNCH, to transfe...
keystroked 25 21 KEYSTROKE, to type o...
kickaround 22 24 an informal game of...
kinescoped 22 22 KINESCOPE, to make a...
kinglihood 22 21 kingliness [n -S]
knapsacked 23 26 equipped with a knap...
kneecapped 23 25 KNEECAP, to maim by...
knighthead 23 22 either of a pair of...
knighthood 23 22 the rank of a knight...
knowledged 22 23 KNOWLEDGE, (obsolete...
kourbashed 22 21 KOURBASH, to whip wi...
krugerrand 19 19 a South African coin...
kummerbund 23 27 (Hindi) a waistband,...
kurfuffled 27 27 KURFUFFLE, to make a...
labialised 21 16 LABIALISE, to pronou...
labialized 24 25 LABIALIZE, to pronou...
laciniated 20 16 cut into narrow lobe...
laevigated 20 18 LAEVIGATE, to smooth...
lamellated 20 17 composed of, or furn...
lancinated 19 17 LANCINATE, to pierce...
landdamned 17 19 LANDDAMNE, (Shakespe...
landfilled 22 19 LANDFILL, to dispose...
landlocked 22 22 of a stretch of wate...
landmarked 19 21 LANDMARK, to mark la...
landscaped 22 20 LANDSCAPE, to create...
languished 21 18 LANGUISH, to lose vi...
lapidified 23 19 LAPIDIFY, to turn to...
lateralled 19 14 LATERAL, to throw a...
lavendered 18 18 LAVENDER, to perfume...
laverbread 21 19 a kind of bread made...
laverocked 23 23 LAVEROCK, to catch l...
laymanised 24 18 LAYMANISE, to simpli...
laymanized 27 27 LAYMANIZE, to simpli...
leafletted 20 16 LEAFLET, to distribu...
legendised 18 16 LEGENDISE, to make i...
legendized 21 25 LEGENDIZE, to make i...
legislated 20 15 LEGISLATE, to make l...
lemmatised 20 18 LEMMATISE, to organi...
lemmatized 23 27 LEMMATIZE, to organi...
lengthened 19 18 LENGTHEN, to make lo...
lethargied 21 16 suffering from letha...
letterhead 19 14 stationery printed o...
lifehacked 26 24 LIFEHACK, to live on...
lightfaced 27 22 in a typeface having...
likelihood 22 19 probability [n -S]
linearised 17 13 LINEARISE, to make l...
linearized 20 22 LINEARIZE, to make l...
lineolated 17 14 marked with fine lin...
linerboard 19 16 a thin paperboard us...
lingulated 20 17 shaped like the tong...
liposucked 25 23 LIPOSUCK, to subject...
lipsticked 26 22 LIPSTICK, to apply l...
liquidated 27 23 LIQUIDATE, to clear...
liquidised 28 23 LIQUIDISE, to make e...
liquidized 31 32 LIQUIDIZE, to make e...
livelihead 23 19 (obsolete) livelines...
livelihood 23 19 means of support or...
lixiviated 27 23 LIXIVIATE, to separa...
loggerhead 21 18 a large-headed sea t...
longhaired 20 17 highbrow [adj]
longheaded 19 18 having unusual fores...
longjumped 24 31 LONGJUMP, to jump fo...
longlisted 20 16 LONGLIST, to include...
lovelihead 22 19 loveliness [n -S]
lowercased 23 18 LOWERCASE, to make l...
lowlighted 26 20 LOWLIGHT, to enhance...
lubricated 24 19 LUBRICATE, to make s...
lucubrated 24 20 LUCUBRATE, to study...
lumberyard 28 21 a yard where a stock...
lumbricoid 26 22 wormlike [adj]
luminesced 22 20 LUMINESCE, to show l...
luncheoned 21 20 LUNCHEON, (archaic)...
lunkheaded 20 21 stupid, like a lunkh...
luteinised 18 14 LUTEINISE, to conver...
luteinized 21 23 LUTEINIZE, to conver...
luxuriated 25 21 LUXURIATE, to be lux...
machinated 22 20 MACHINATE, to plan;...
madbrained 19 19 (Shakespeare) hot-he...
magistrand 19 17 a university student...
magnetised 18 17 MAGNETISE, to make m...
magnetized 21 26 MAGNETIZE, to make m...
maidenhead 18 18 virginity; hymen [n...
maidenhood 18 18 the state of being a...
maidenweed 19 19 another name for may...
mailmerged 21 20 MAILMERGE, to carry...
mainprised 20 18 MAINPRISE, (historic...
maintained 16 16 MAINTAIN, to keep in...
maladapted 20 19 not well adapted [ad...
maledicted 22 19 MALEDICT, (archaic)...
malingered 19 18 MALINGER, to feign i...
maltreated 18 15 MALTREAT, to treat b...
mamillated 21 19 with nipple-like pro...
mancipated 22 21 MANCIPATE, to enslav...
mandamused 18 20 MANDAMUS, to command...
manducated 20 20 MANDUCATE, to chew o...
maneuvered 18 20 MANEUVER, to perform...
mangulated 19 19 MANGULATE, (Australi...
manhandled 19 20 MANHANDLE, to move b...
manifested 19 18 MANIFEST, to show cl...
manifolded 20 20 MANIFOLD, to make ma...
manoeuvred 18 20 MANOEUVRE, to conduc...
manumitted 19 19 MANUMIT, to free fro...
marbelised 21 18 MARBELISE, to stain...
marbelized 24 27 MARBELIZE, to stain...
marbleised 21 18 MARBLEISE, to stain...
marbleized 24 27 MARBLEIZE, to stain...
marblewood 23 21 a Malaysian tree; th...
marginated 18 17 MARGINATE, to provid...
marketised 19 18 MARKETISE, to adopt...
marketized 22 27 MARKETIZE, to adopt...
marmalised 20 18 MARMALISE, (slang) t...
marmalized 23 27 MARMALIZE, (slang) t...
marmarised 19 17 MARMARISE, to conver...
marmarized 22 26 MARMARIZE, to conver...
marmelised 20 18 MARMELISE, (slang) t...
marmelized 23 27 MARMELIZE, (slang) t...
marshalled 22 18 MARSHALL, to put in...
martyrised 25 16 MARTYRISE, to cause...
martyrized 28 25 MARTYRIZE, to offer...
masterhood 19 16 the state of being a...
mastermind 19 18 a mind, or a person...
mastheaded 19 17 MASTHEAD, to raise t...
masticated 21 17 MASTICATE, to chew;...
matchboard 25 22 one of a number of b...
matronhood 18 17 the state of being a...
matronised 17 15 MATRONISE, to make a...
matronized 20 24 MATRONIZE, to make a...
mavericked 24 25 MAVERICK, to seize w...
maxilliped 29 26 one of the mouth app...
meadowland 20 20 land that is or is u...
mechanised 22 20 MECHANISE, to make m...
mechanized 25 29 MECHANIZE, to make m...
medevacked 23 26 MEDEVAC, to evacuate...
mediatised 18 15 MEDIATISE, to cause...
mediatized 21 24 MEDIATIZE, to cause...
medivacked 24 26 MEDIVAC, to evacuate...
medullated 20 18 having medullae, als...
megaphoned 21 22 MEGAPHONE, to magnif...
meliorated 18 15 MELIORATE, to make b...
mercerised 21 17 MERCERISE, to treat...
mercerized 24 26 MERCERIZE, to treat...
merchanted 22 20 MERCHANT, to buy and...
mercurated 21 18 MERCURATE, to mercur...
mercurised 22 18 MERCURISE, to treat...
mercurized 25 27 MERCURIZE, to treat...
mesmerised 19 17 MESMERISE, to hypnot...
mesmerized 22 26 MESMERIZE, to hypnot...
metallised 20 16 METALLISE, to make o...
metallized 23 25 METALLIZE, to make o...
methodised 20 17 METHODISE, to reduce...
methodized 23 26 METHODIZE, to reduce...
methylated 27 19 METHYLATE, to introd...
metricated 21 17 METRICATE, to measur...
metricised 22 17 METRICISE, to conver...
metricized 25 26 METRICIZE, to conver...
microfarad 23 20 the millionth part o...
micronised 21 18 MICRONISE, to reduce...
micronized 24 27 MICRONIZE, to reduce...
microwaved 26 24 MICROWAVE, to cook b...
microworld 26 21 the natural universe...
micturated 22 18 MICTURATE, to urinat...
miniatured 18 16 MINIATURE, to miniat...
ministered 18 15 MINISTER, to give ai...
mirandised 18 16 MIRANDISE, in USA, t...
mirandized 21 25 MIRANDIZE, in USA, t...
misadapted 20 18 MISADAPT, to adapt w...
misadvised 21 19 MISADVISE, to advise...
misaligned 20 18 MISALIGN, to align i...
misalleged 21 18 MISALLEGE, (obsolete...
misaltered 19 15 MISALTER, to alter w...
misapplied 24 21 MISAPPLY, to apply w...
misassayed 24 16 MISASSAY, to attempt...
misaverred 20 18 MISAVER, to speak er...
misawarded 21 18 MISAWARD, to award w...
misbehaved 24 23 MISBEHAVE, to behave...
misbiassed 21 17 MISBIAS, to bias wro...
misbranded 20 19 MISBRAND, to brand i...
miscarried 22 17 MISCARRY, to be unsu...
mischanced 26 23 MISCHANCE, to happen...
mischarged 25 21 MISCHARGE, to charge...
mischiefed 26 22 MISCHIEF, to make mi...
misclaimed 24 21 MISCLAIM, to claim w...
misclassed 23 18 MISCLASS, to put in...
miscolored 22 18 MISCOLOR, to color i...
miscounted 21 19 MISCOUNT, to count i...
miscreated 21 17 MISCREATE, to create...
misdefined 20 19 MISDEFINE, to define...
misdialled 21 17 MISDIAL, to dial inc...
misdighted 23 19 MISDIGHT, (Spenser)...
misdivided 22 20 MISDIVIDE, to divide...
misdoubted 21 19 MISDOUBT, to be susp...
misdreaded 18 16 MISDREAD, (Shakespea...
misentered 17 15 MISENTER, to enter e...
misericord 22 17 a bracket on a turn-...
misfeigned 21 20 MISFEIGN, (Spenser)...
misfielded 22 19 MISFIELD, to field b...
misfocused 24 21 MISFOCUS, to focus b...
misgrafted 22 19 MISGRAFT, to graft w...
misguessed 20 17 MISGUESS, to guess w...
misguggled 24 22 MISGUGGLE, (Scots) t...
mishandled 21 19 MISHANDLE, to handle...
mislabeled 22 19 MISLABEL, to label i...
mislabored 21 18 MISLABOR, to labor b...
mislearned 18 16 MISLEARN, to learn w...
mislighted 24 19 MISLIGHT, to lead as...
mislocated 22 18 MISLOCATE, to locate...
mismanaged 19 20 MISMANAGE, to manage...
mismarried 20 17 MISMARRY, to marry u...
mismatched 25 22 MISMATCH, to match b...
misnomered 18 18 MISNOMER, to use a m...
misordered 18 15 MISORDER, to order i...
mispainted 20 18 MISPAINT, to paint w...
mispatched 26 22 MISPATCH, to patch b...
misphrased 23 19 MISPHRASE, to phrase...
misplanned 20 20 MISPLAN, to plan bad...
misplanted 21 19 MISPLANT, to plant w...
mispleaded 21 19 MISPLEAD, to plead w...
mispleased 21 18 MISPLEASE, (obsolete...
mispointed 20 18 MISPOINT, to point i...
mispraised 21 17 MISPRAISE, to praise...
misprinted 21 18 MISPRINT, to print i...
misrelated 19 15 MISRELATE, to relate...
missounded 18 17 MISSOUND, to sound w...
misspelled 23 19 MISSPELL, to spell i...
misstamped 22 20 MISSTAMP, to stamp w...
misstarted 19 14 MISSTART, to start o...
missteered 18 14 MISSTEER, to steer w...
misstepped 23 20 MISSTEP, to make a w...
misstopped 23 20 MISSTOP, to stop wro...
mistouched 24 20 MISTOUCH, to touch i...
mistrained 18 15 MISTRAIN, to train i...
mistrayned 24 17 (Spenser) drawn away...
mistreated 18 14 MISTREAT, to treat b...
mistressed 19 14 MISTRESS, to make a...
mistrusted 20 15 MISTRUST, to have no...
mistrysted 26 16 MISTRYST, to fail to...
mistutored 19 15 MISTUTOR, to instruc...
miswandred 21 19 (Spenser) strayed, g...
modernised 17 16 MODERNISE, to make m...
modernized 20 25 MODERNIZE, to make m...
moistified 21 17 MOISTIFY, to make mo...
molluscoid 24 20 a member of a now ab...
molochised 24 20 MOLOCHISE, to sacrif...
molochized 27 29 MOLOCHIZE, to sacrif...
monocytoid 26 20 of or like a monocyt...
monogramed 18 20 MONOGRAM, to mark wi...
monohybrid 28 22 a cross between pare...
monologged 19 20 MONOLOG, to give a m...
monologued 18 19 MONOLOGUE, to perfor...
monorhymed 26 22 rhymed on a single r...
monospaced 21 21 single-spaced [adj]
monotasked 17 19 MONOTASK, to perform...
montagnard 17 18 one of a mountain-dw...
monumented 17 20 MONUMENT, to mark wi...
moonshined 18 18 MOONSHINE, to distil...
moonwalked 21 23 MOONWALK, to perform...
mortalised 19 15 MORTALISE, to make m...
mortalized 22 24 MORTALIZE, to make m...
mossbacked 24 24 conservative of opin...
mothballed 24 21 MOTHBALL, to put int...
motherhood 21 18 the state of being a...
motherland 20 18 a country regarded a...
motorbiked 21 21 MOTORBIKE, to travel...
motorcaded 20 18 MOTORCADE, to travel...
mouldboard 21 20 a curved plate of ir...
mountained 16 17 having mountains [ad...
moustached 23 20 having a moustache [...
muckspread 25 25 to spread manure on...
mucronated 20 19 terminating in a sha...
muddlehead 21 20 a muddled, confused,...
multiarmed 21 19 having many arms [ad...
multifaced 25 22 having many faces [a...
multilobed 23 20 having many lobes [a...
multipaned 21 20 having many panes [a...
multiplied 24 20 MULTIPLY, to increas...
multisided 21 17 having many sides [a...
multispeed 22 19 of e.g. a bicycle, h...
multitoned 19 17 having many tones [a...
munitioned 17 17 MUNITION, to furnish...
mushroomed 21 20 MUSHROOM, to grow or...
mussitated 19 15 MUSSITATE, (obsolete...
mutineered 17 16 MUTINEER, to revolt...
muttonbird 21 19 an Australasian shea...
muttonhead 19 18 a heavy, stupid pers...
mutualised 20 17 MUTUALISE, to organi...
mutualized 23 26 MUTUALIZE, to organi...
myelinated 24 18 of a nerve fibre, en...
myriadfold 28 21 a myriad times [n -S...
mythicised 31 21 MYTHICISE, to make m...
mythicized 34 30 MYTHICIZE, to make m...
nanosecond 16 17 a billionth of a sec...
narcotised 19 15 NARCOTISE, to subjec...
narcotized 22 24 NARCOTIZE, to subjec...
narrowband 20 19 a device operating a...
nationhood 16 15 the state of being a...
nearshored 17 14 NEARSHORE, (in busin...
necropsied 21 18 NECROPSY, to perform...
necrotised 19 15 NECROTISE, to affect...
necrotized 22 24 NECROTIZE, to affect...
needlecord 19 17 thinly ribbed cotton...
negotiated 16 14 NEGOTIATE, to confer...
neighbored 21 19 NEIGHBOR, to live cl...
neologised 17 15 NEOLOGISE, to introd...
neologized 20 24 NEOLOGIZE, to introd...
neoterised 15 12 NEOTERISE, to innova...
neoterized 18 21 NEOTERIZE, to innova...
netherward 21 17 in a downward direct...
newfangled 22 22 excessively or osten...
nickelised 22 20 NICKELISE, to plate...
nickelized 25 29 NICKELIZE, to plate...
nictitated 20 15 NICTITATE, to wink o...
niffnaffed 24 25 NIFFNAFF, to trifle...
niggerhead 20 18 a nodule or boss of...
nightblind 24 21 unable to see in the...
nightstand 20 17 a bedside table [n -...
nonaligned 16 17 not aligned [adj]
noncolored 18 17 not coloured, also N...
nonelected 18 17 not elected [adj]
nonexposed 22 23 not exposed [adj]
noninsured 15 15 not insured [adj]
nonplussed 19 18 NONPLUS, to take aba...
nonprossed 17 16 NONPROS, to enter ju...
nonskilled 19 19 not skilled [adj]
nonsteroid 15 13 a drug that is not a...
nontenured 14 15 not having tenure [a...
normalised 18 16 NORMALISE, to make n...
normalized 21 25 NORMALIZE, to make n...
northbound 20 19 heading north [adj]
nosebanded 16 17 wearing a noseband [...
notchelled 23 19 NOTCHEL, to repudiat...
notodontid 15 14 a member of the Noto...
novicehood 22 21 the state of being a...
nummulated 20 21 coin-shaped [adj]
numskulled 22 23 stupid; doltish, als...
nuncupated 21 21 NUNCUPATE, to utter...
nursehound 18 17 a kind of shark [n -...
nystagmoid 25 19 relating to nystagmu...
obeliscoid 23 18 shaped like an obeli...
obeliskoid 21 19 shaped like an obeli...
obfuscated 24 21 OBFUSCATE, to darken...
objurgated 22 26 OBJURGATE, to scold...
obsecrated 21 17 OBSECRATE, to beseec...
obsignated 19 17 OBSIGNATE, to seal o...
obsolesced 22 18 OBSOLESCE, to grow o...
obstructed 23 18 OBSTRUCT, to get in...
obtempered 21 20 OBTEMPER, to yield o...
obumbrated 22 21 OBUMBRATE, to oversh...
occasioned 21 18 OCCASION, to cause [...
officiated 24 20 OFFICIATE, to perfor...
offprinted 23 21 OFFPRINT, to reprint...
offsaddled 22 20 OFFSADDLE, to unsadd...
oldfangled 21 20 old-fashioned [adj]
openhanded 18 19 generous [adj OPENHA...
operatised 18 14 OPERATISE, to turn a...
operatized 21 23 OPERATIZE, to turn a...
opsonified 20 18 OPSONIFY, to form op...
orangewood 18 17 the wood of the oran...
orientated 15 12 ORIENTATE, to determ...
originated 17 14 ORIGINATE, to have a...
ornamented 15 16 ORNAMENT, to decorat...
ornithopod 20 17 a member of a subord...
orphanhood 21 19 the state of being a...
oscillated 22 16 OSCILLATE, to swing...
ostracised 20 14 OSTRACISE, to exclud...
ostracized 23 23 OSTRACIZE, to exclud...
otherworld 23 17 a world beyond death...
outbitched 25 20 OUTBITCH, to surpass...
outbleated 19 16 OUTBLEAT, to surpass...
outblessed 20 16 OUTBLESS, to surpass...
outbloomed 20 19 OUTBLOOM, to surpass...
outbluffed 25 23 OUTBLUFF, to surpass...
outblushed 23 19 OUTBLUSH, to surpass...
outboasted 18 15 OUTBOAST, to surpass...
outbragged 21 19 OUTBRAG, to surpass...
outbrawled 23 19 OUTBRAWL, to surpass...
outbullied 22 18 OUTBULLY, to surpass...
outcapered 21 18 OUTCAPER, to surpass...
outcaviled 23 20 OUTCAVIL, to surpass...
outcharged 23 19 OUTCHARGE, to surpas...
outcharmed 23 20 OUTCHARM, to surpass...
outcheated 21 17 OUTCHEAT, to exceed...
outclassed 21 16 OUTCLASS, to be mark...
outclimbed 25 22 OUTCLIMB, to surpass...
outcoached 24 20 OUTCOACH, to surpass...
outcounted 19 17 OUTCOUNT, to surpass...
outcrawled 24 19 OUTCRAWL, to surpass...
outcropped 24 21 OUTCROP, to protrude...
outcrossed 20 15 OUTCROSS, to cross t...
outcrowded 23 19 OUTCROWD, to cause t...
outdazzled 24 32 OUTDAZZLE, to surpas...
outdebated 18 16 OUTDEBATE, to surpas...
outdragged 19 17 OUTDRAG, to surpass...
outdreamed 17 16 OUTDREAM, to surpass...
outdressed 17 13 OUTDRESS, to surpass...
outdropped 21 19 OUTDROP, to surpass...
outduelled 19 16 OUTDUEL, to surpass...
outdwelled 22 18 OUTDWELL, (Shakespea...
outfeasted 18 15 OUTFEAST, to surpass...
outfigured 21 18 OUTFIGURE, to surpas...
outflanked 20 21 OUTFLANK, to circumv...
outflashed 22 18 OUTFLASH, to flash m...
outfloated 19 16 OUTFLOAT, to float l...
outflushed 23 19 OUTFLUSH, to flush m...
outfrowned 21 19 OUTFROWN, to frown m...
outfumbled 24 23 OUTFUMBLE, to surpas...
outgambled 22 21 OUTGAMBLE, to surpas...
outgleamed 19 18 OUTGLEAM, to surpass...
outgrinned 17 16 OUTGRIN, to surpass...
outgrossed 18 14 OUTGROSS, to surpass...
outguessed 18 15 OUTGUESS, to anticip...
outhandled 19 17 OUTHANDLE, to handle...
outhomered 19 17 OUTHOMER, to surpass...
outhumored 20 18 OUTHUMOR, to surpass...
outhustled 21 16 OUTHUSTLE, to surpas...
outjuggled 23 27 OUTJUGGLE, to surpas...
outlaughed 21 18 OUTLAUGH, to surpass...
outlaunced 20 18 OUTLAUNCE, (Spenser)...
outlearned 16 14 OUTLEARN, to surpass...
outlustred 19 14 OUTLUSTRE, (Shakespe...
outmantled 18 17 OUTMANTLE, (archaic)...
outmarched 23 20 OUTMARCH, to surpass...
outmatched 23 20 OUTMATCH, to surpass...
outmuscled 23 20 OUTMUSCLE, to surpas...
outnighted 20 17 OUTNIGHT, to surpass...
outpainted 18 16 OUTPAINT, to surpass...
outpeopled 21 19 OUTPEOPLE, to rid a...
outpitched 25 20 OUTPITCH, to surpass...
outplanned 18 18 OUTPLAN, to surpass...
outplodded 20 18 OUTPLOD, to surpass...
outplotted 20 16 OUTPLOT, to surpass...
outpointed 18 16 OUTPOINT, to score m...
outpowered 21 18 OUTPOWER, to surpass...
outpreened 17 16 OUTPREEN, to surpass...
outpressed 19 15 OUTPRESS, to surpass...
outpsyched 31 22 OUTPSYCH, to defeat...
outpunched 24 22 OUTPUNCH, to surpass...
outpursued 20 17 OUTPURSUE, to pursue...
outreached 21 17 OUTREACH, to reach b...
outrebound 18 17 to rebound more than...
outreigned 17 15 OUTREIGN, to reign l...
outrivaled 20 17 OUTRIVAL, to outdo i...
outsavored 18 16 OUTSAVOR, (US) to su...
outschemed 23 20 OUTSCHEME, to surpas...
outscolded 21 17 OUTSCOLD, to surpass...
outscooped 21 18 OUTSCOOP, to surpass...
outscorned 19 16 OUTSCORN, to surpass...
outshouted 19 15 OUTSHOUT, to shout l...
outslicked 23 20 OUTSLICK, to get the...
outsmarted 18 15 OUTSMART, to outwit...
outsmelled 20 17 OUTSMELL, to surpass...
outsourced 20 16 OUTSOURCE, to source...
outspanned 17 17 OUTSPAN, to unharnes...
outspeeded 18 16 OUTSPEED, to go fast...
outspelled 21 17 OUTSPELL, to surpass...
outsported 19 15 OUTSPORT, to sport b...
outstarted 17 12 OUTSTART, to get ahe...
outsteered 16 12 OUTSTEER, to surpass...
outstepped 21 18 OUTSTEP, to step bey...
outstudied 18 14 OUTSTUDY, to surpass...
outstunted 17 14 OUTSTUNT, to surpass...
outswelled 22 17 OUTSWELL, to exceed...
outthanked 19 19 OUTTHANK, to surpass...
outthieved 21 18 OUTTHIEVE, to surpas...
outtongued 17 16 OUTTONGUE, (Shakespe...
outtowered 19 15 OUTTOWER, to tower a...
outtricked 22 19 OUTTRICK, to get the...
outtrotted 17 12 OUTTROT, to surpass...
outtrumped 21 19 OUTTRUMP, to surpass...
outvaunted 18 18 OUTVAUNT, to surpass...
outvenomed 18 20 OUTVENOM, (Shakespea...
outwatched 25 20 OUTWATCH, to watch l...
outwearied 19 15 OUTWEARY, to weary o...
outweighed 23 19 OUTWEIGH, to weigh m...
outwhirled 24 18 OUTWHIRL, to surpass...
outworthed 22 17 OUTWORTH, (Shakespea...
outwrested 20 15 OUTWREST, (Spenser)...
outyielded 24 16 OUTYIELD, to surpass...
overabound 19 20 to be exceedingly pl...
overarched 23 20 OVERARCH, to form an...
overbetted 20 18 OVERBET, to bet too...
overbilled 23 20 OVERBILL, to bill to...
overboiled 21 19 OVERBOIL, to boil to...
overbooked 20 22 OVERBOOK, to book in...
overbraked 21 22 OVERBRAKE, to brake...
overbrowed 23 21 OVERBROW, (archaic)...
overbulked 23 24 OVERBULK, to oppress...
overburned 20 20 OVERBURN, to burn to...
overbusied 21 19 OVERBUSY, to occupy...
overcalled 23 20 OVERCALL, in bridge,...
overcasted 21 18 OVERCAST, to sew sti...
overcloyed 28 21 OVERCLOY, to eat to...
overcooked 21 22 OVERCOOK, to cook to...
overcooled 21 19 OVERCOOL, to make to...
overcrawed 24 21 OVERCRAW, (Spenser)...
overcrowed 24 21 OVERCROW, to triumph...
overdecked 22 23 OVERDECK, to adorn e...
overdubbed 23 23 OVERDUB, to add soun...
overdusted 19 17 OVERDUST, to dust ov...
overedited 18 16 OVEREDIT, to edit mo...
overemoted 18 18 OVEREMOTE, to emote...
overexpand 25 26 to expand excessivel...
overextend 23 23 to extend beyond a s...
overfeared 19 18 OVERFEAR, to fear to...
overfilled 23 20 OVERFILL, to fill to...
overfished 23 20 OVERFISH, to deplete...
overflowed 24 22 OVERFLOW, to flow ov...
overfolded 21 20 OVERFOLD, to fold ov...
overfunded 20 21 OVERFUND, to fund mo...
overgalled 21 19 OVERGALL, to greatly...
overgeared 18 17 OVERGEAR, to cause a...
overgilded 21 19 OVERGILD, to gild ov...
overgirded 20 18 OVERGIRD, to gird to...
overglazed 23 27 OVERGLAZE, to cover...
overgoaded 18 18 OVERGOAD, to goad to...
overgorged 20 19 OVERGORGE, (Shakespe...
overgraded 19 18 OVERGRADE, to grade...
overgrazed 22 26 OVERGRAZE, to graze...
overground 19 19 situated over or abo...
overhailed 21 18 OVERHAILE, (Spenser)...
overhanded 19 19 OVERHAND, to sew wit...
overhauled 21 19 OVERHAUL, to examine...
overheaped 21 20 OVERHEAP, to heap up...
overheated 19 17 OVERHEAT, to heat to...
overhunted 20 19 OVERHUNT, to deplete...
overissued 19 16 OVERISSUE, to issue...
overjumped 24 31 OVERJUMP, to jump to...
overkilled 22 21 OVERKILL, to destroy...
overlanded 18 18 OVERLAND [v]
overlapped 23 22 OVERLAP, to extend o...
overlarded 19 17 OVERLARD, to smear o...
overleaped 20 19 OVERLEAP, to leap ov...
overloaded 18 17 OVERLOAD, to load to...
overlocked 23 23 OVERLOCK, to oversew...
overlooked 19 20 OVERLOOK, to fail to...
overlorded 19 17 OVERLORD, to rule ty...
overmanned 17 20 OVERMAN, to provide...
overmasted 19 18 OVERMAST, to provide...
overmelted 20 19 OVERMELT, to melt to...
overmilked 22 23 OVERMILK, to milk to...
overnetted 17 16 OVERNET, to cover wi...
overpacked 24 25 OVERPACK, to pack to...
overparted 20 18 OVERPART, to give an...
overpassed 20 18 OVERPASS, to pass ov...
overpeered 19 18 OVERPEER, to peer ov...
overplaced 24 22 placed above [adj]
overplayed 27 21 OVERPLAY, to exagger...
overpoised 20 18 OVERPOISE, to burden...
overposted 20 18 OVERPOST, to hasten...
overpriced 24 21 OVERPRICE, to set an...
overprized 24 27 OVERPRIZE, to prize...
overpumped 24 25 OVERPUMP, to pump to...
overracked 22 22 OVERRACK, to overstr...
overranked 18 20 OVERRANK, to assign...
overredded 18 17 OVERRED, to cover wi...
overruffed 23 22 OVERRUFF, at cards,...
oversailed 19 16 OVERSAIL, to project...
oversalted 19 16 OVERSALT, to salt to...
oversauced 21 19 OVERSAUCE, to sauce...
overscaled 22 19 oversize, also OVERS...
overscored 21 18 OVERSCORE, to score...
overseeded 17 16 OVERSEED, to seed to...
overshaded 20 18 OVERSHADE, to cover...
oversmoked 20 22 OVERSMOKE, to smoke...
oversoaked 18 19 OVERSOAK, to soak to...
overspiced 24 21 OVERSPICE, to spice...
overspread 20 18 to spread over or ab...
overstared 18 15 OVERSTARE, to outsta...
overstated 18 15 OVERSTATE, to state...
overstayed 24 17 OVERSTAY, to stay be...
oversudsed 19 17 OVERSUDS, to form an...
oversupped 23 22 OVERSUP, to sup to e...
overswayed 27 20 OVERSWAY, to bear do...
overtalked 20 20 OVERTALK, to talk to...
overtasked 19 19 OVERTASK, to impose...
overteemed 18 18 OVERTEEM, to produce...
overtipped 23 21 OVERTIP, to tip more...
overtoiled 19 16 OVERTOIL, to exhaust...
overtopped 22 21 OVERTOP, to rise abo...
overtraded 18 16 OVERTRADE, to trade...
overturned 18 17 OVERTURN, to turn ov...
overvalued 21 21 OVERVALUE, to value...
overveiled 21 20 OVERVEIL, to veil ov...
overwarmed 22 21 OVERWARM, to warm to...
overweened 19 19 OVERWEEN, to expect...
overwetted 21 18 OVERWET, to wet too...
overwinged 22 21 OVERWING, to fly ove...
overworked 22 22 OVERWORK, to cause t...
overyeared 23 17 OVERYEAR, to keep in...
oviposited 21 18 OVIPOSIT, to lay or...
oxygenated 28 23 OXYGENATE, to impreg...
oxygenised 29 23 OXYGENISE, to oxygen...
oxygenized 32 32 OXYGENIZE, to oxygen...
packthread 25 23 a strong two- or thr...
palisadoed 19 16 PALISADO, to fortify...
palletised 21 16 PALLETISE, to use pa...
palletized 24 25 PALLETIZE, to use pa...
palmatifid 24 21 shaped like the hand...
palpitated 22 18 PALPITATE, to throb,...
pamphleted 25 23 PAMPHLET, to circula...
panbroiled 21 19 PANBROIL, to fry in...
pandurated 18 17 fiddle-shaped, e.g....
panellised 20 17 made in sections for...
panellized 23 26 made in sections for...
panhandled 20 20 PANHANDLE, to beg fr...
pantomimed 20 21 PANTOMIME, to portra...
pantrymaid 26 20 a maid in charge of...
pantsuited 19 16 wearing a pantsuit [...
paperboard 22 20 a type of strong thi...
paperbound 22 22 a book bound in pape...
papillated 23 19 having papillae, nip...
paraboloid 21 18 a surface or solid g...
parachuted 24 20 PARACHUTE, to descen...
paraffined 22 21 PARAFFIN, to treat w...
paraglided 21 18 PARAGLIDE, to glide...
paralleled 21 17 PARALLEL, to be exte...
parasailed 19 15 PARASAIL, to soar wh...
parasitoid 19 14 an insect parasitic...
parbreaked 21 21 PARBREAK, (archaic)...
parbuckled 27 26 PARBUCKLE, to raise...
parenthood 19 17 the state of being a...
parquetted 27 24 PARQUET, to cover a...
partialled 21 16 PARTIAL, as in parti...
pasquilled 30 26 PASQUIL, to satirise...
passivated 21 18 PASSIVATE, to coat m...
passmented 19 18 PASSMENT, to trim wi...
pasteboard 20 17 a stiff thick kind o...
patchboard 26 22 a panel with multipl...
patronaged 18 17 PATRONAGE, (Shakespe...
patronised 18 15 PATRONISE, to assume...
patronized 21 24 PATRONIZE, to assume...
pauperised 21 18 PAUPERISE, to reduce...
pauperized 24 27 PAUPERIZE, to reduce...
pavemented 20 22 PAVEMENT, to provide...
pavilioned 21 20 PAVILION, to cover w...
peckerwood 25 24 a southern term for...
pectinated 21 18 toothed like a comb,...
pedagogued 20 20 PEDAGOGUE, to teach...
pedantised 18 16 PEDANTISE, to play t...
pedantized 21 25 PEDANTIZE, to play t...
pedestaled 19 16 PEDESTAL, to provide...
pedimented 19 19 having a pediment [a...
pelletised 21 16 PELLETISE, to make i...
pelletized 24 25 PELLETIZE, to make i...
pemphigoid 26 24 relating to pemphigu...
pendulated 19 18 PENDULATE, to swing...
penetrated 17 15 PENETRATE, to thrust...
pentachord 23 20 an ancient musical i...
pentaploid 21 19 a cell, organism, or...
penthoused 20 18 PENTHOUSE, to cover...
peoplehood 22 20 the state of constit...
pepsinated 20 18 PEPSINATE, to treat...
peptonised 20 18 PEPTONISE, to make (...
peptonized 23 27 PEPTONIZE, to make (...
percolated 22 18 PERCOLATE, to pass t...
perennated 16 16 PERENNATE, to last o...
perforated 20 17 PERFORATE, to bore t...
periodised 19 15 PERIODISE, to divide...
periodized 22 24 PERIODIZE, to divide...
periwigged 25 21 PERIWIG, to put on a...
permutated 20 18 PERMUTATE, to alter...
persecuted 22 18 PERSECUTE, to harass...
persevered 20 18 PERSEVERE, to contin...
personated 17 15 PERSONATE, to assume...
personhood 19 17 being a person [n -S...
personised 18 15 PERSONISE, to person...
personized 21 24 PERSONIZE, to person...
petiolated 19 15 having a petiole, a...
petitioned 18 15 PETITION, to make a...
petrolhead 21 17 a motor vehicle enth...
phantasied 20 17 PHANTASY, to imagine...
phenolated 20 18 PHENOLATE, to subjec...
phenotyped 28 22 PHENOTYPE, to catego...
phonetised 20 17 PHONETISE, to repres...
phonetized 23 26 PHONETIZE, to repres...
phonotyped 28 22 PHONOTYPE, to print...
phosphated 25 21 PHOSPHATE, to treat...
photoflood 23 20 an incandescent tung...
photolysed 28 19 PHOTOLYSE, to cause...
photolyzed 31 28 PHOTOLYZE, to cause...
phototyped 29 21 PHOTOTYPE, to print...
phylloclad 34 24 another name for a c...
picarooned 20 18 PICAROON, to act as...
pickbacked 30 31 PICKBACK, to carry s...
picosecond 24 21 a trillionth of a se...
picturised 24 18 PICTURISE, to pictur...
picturized 27 27 PICTURIZE, to pictur...
pidginised 21 18 PIDGINISE, to make i...
pidginized 24 27 PIDGINIZE, to make i...
pignerated 19 17 PIGNERATE, (archaic)...
pignorated 19 17 PIGNORATE, (archaic)...
pigsticked 26 23 PIGSTICK, to hunt fo...
pilastered 20 15 furnished with pilas...
pillorised 22 16 PILLORISE, to pillor...
pillorized 25 25 PILLORIZE, to pillor...
pinguefied 22 21 PINGUEFY, to become...
pinnatifid 21 19 of leaves, pinnately...
pinnatiped 20 19 having the toes bord...
pinnulated 19 18 having each pinna su...
pinpointed 20 19 PINPOINT, to locate...
pinpricked 26 25 PINPRICK, to punctur...
pinspotted 21 18 PINSPOT, to illumina...
pinstriped 22 18 having a pinstripe,...
pinwheeled 24 21 PINWHEEL, to rotate...
pipeclayed 31 23 PIPECLAY, to whiten...
pirouetted 19 15 PIROUETTE, to make a...
pitapatted 21 17 PITAPAT, to make a r...
pitchpoled 28 23 PITCHPOLE, to turn e...
pixellated 27 23 made up of pixels; d...
pixillated 28 23 slightly unbalanced...
plaistered 20 15 PLAISTER, (Scots) to...
platformed 23 21 PLATFORM, to equip w...
platinised 20 16 PLATINISE, to coat w...
platinized 23 25 PLATINIZE, to coat w...
platteland 20 17 (Afrikaans) rural di...
playground 27 21 a piece of land used...
playlisted 28 18 PLAYLIST, to put ont...
ploughhead 25 22 the draught iron of...
ploughland 24 22 land under the ploug...
pluralised 22 17 PLURALISE, to make p...
pluralized 25 26 PLURALIZE, to make p...
pockmarked 25 28 POCKMARK, to mark wi...
pockpitted 26 24 pitted by pock marks...
podsolised 20 16 PODSOLISE, to turn i...
podsolized 23 25 PODSOLIZE, to turn i...
podzolised 23 25 PODZOLISE, to make i...
podzolized 26 34 PODZOLIZE, to make i...
poeticised 22 17 POETICISE, to write,...
poeticized 25 26 POETICIZE, to write,...
poisonwood 20 18 a poisonous tree of...
politicked 25 22 POLITICK, to engage...
pollenated 19 17 POLLENATE, to fertil...
pollinated 20 17 POLLINATE, to fertil...
pollinised 21 17 POLLINISE, to pollin...
pollinized 24 26 POLLINIZE, to pollin...
polybagged 30 24 POLYBAG, to put into...
polyhybrid 38 24 a plant hybridised f...
ponderated 17 16 PONDERATE, to consid...
ponytailed 25 18 having a ponytail [a...
porphyroid 30 21 a metamorphic rock h...
portraited 19 14 PORTRAIT, to make a...
positioned 18 15 POSITION, to put in...
postcarded 22 18 POSTCARD, to send a...
posterised 19 14 POSTERISE, (US and C...
posterized 22 23 POSTERIZE, (US and C...
postformed 22 20 POSTFORM, to shape s...
postheated 20 16 POSTHEAT, to heat a...
postmarked 21 21 POSTMARK, to stamp m...
postsynced 28 20 POSTSYNC, (short for...
postulated 20 16 POSTULATE, to assume...
posturised 20 15 POSTURISE, to postur...
posturized 23 24 POSTURIZE, to postur...
potbellied 23 19 having a potbelly [a...
potentised 18 15 POTENTISE, to render...
potentized 21 24 POTENTIZE, to render...
potlatched 25 20 POTLATCH, to exchang...
pourtrahed 21 17 POURTRAY, (Spenser)...
pourtrayed 25 17 POURTRAY, (Spenser)...
poussetted 19 15