11 letter words that end with D

11 letter words that end with D

11 letter D word

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abbreviated 24 22 ABBREVIATE, to make...
abirritated 21 15 ABIRRITATE, to sooth...
aboveground 22 23 located above the su...
absolutised 22 17 ABSOLUTISE, to make...
absolutized 25 26 ABSOLUTIZE, to make...
accelerated 24 19 ACCELERATE, to bring...
accentuated 23 20 ACCENTUATE, to empha...
accessioned 23 19 ACCESSION, to record...
accompanied 26 25 ACCOMPANY, to escort...
accumulated 27 24 ACCUMULATE, to gathe...
adjudicated 24 27 ADJUDICATE, to settl...
adrenalised 18 15 charged with adrenal...
adrenalized 21 24 charged with adrenal...
adulterated 19 15 ADULTERATE, to make...
adulterised 20 15 ADULTERISE, (archaic...
adulterized 23 24 ADULTERIZE, (archaic...
aerobicised 23 18 AEROBICISE, to make...
aerobicized 26 27 AEROBICIZE, to make...
aerosolised 18 13 AEROSOLISE, to turn...
aerosolized 21 22 AEROSOLIZE, to turn...
affectioned 24 22 AFFECTION, to love [...
aggrandised 20 18 AGGRANDISE, to incre...
aggrandized 23 27 AGGRANDIZE, to incre...
albumenised 22 21 ALBUMENISE, to cover...
albumenized 25 30 ALBUMENIZE, to cover...
albuminised 23 21 ALBUMINISE, to cover...
albuminized 26 30 ALBUMINIZE, to cover...
alcoholised 25 19 ALCOHOLISE, to conve...
alcoholized 28 28 ALCOHOLIZE, to conve...
alembicated 25 22 over-refined [adj]
alkalinised 21 19 ALKALINISE, to make...
alkalinized 24 28 ALKALINIZE, to make...
allegorised 21 16 ALLEGORISE, to make...
allegorized 24 25 ALLEGORIZE, to make...
alliterated 20 14 ALLITERATE, to form...
allografted 23 19 ALLOGRAFT, to make a...
alphasorted 23 18 ALPHASORT, to sort i...
alphatested 23 18 ALPHATEST, to carry...
altoruffled 25 21 (Milton) altogether...
amalgamated 21 21 AMALGAMATE, to unite...
ameliorated 19 16 AMELIORATE, to make...
anabaptised 21 19 ANABAPTISE, to rebap...
anabaptized 24 28 ANABAPTIZE, to rebap...
anastomosed 17 16 ANASTOMOSE, to inosc...
annihilated 20 17 ANNIHILATE, to destr...
annunciated 19 19 ANNUNCIATE, to annou...
annuntiated 16 16 ANNUNTIATE, (obsolet...
antagonised 17 16 ANTAGONISE, to arous...
antagonized 20 25 ANTAGONIZE, to arous...
antherozoid 22 24 a motile male gamete...
anticipated 23 19 ANTICIPATE, to expec...
antithyroid 27 17 able to counteract e...
antityphoid 29 20 intended to prevent...
apostatised 20 15 APOSTATISE, to chang...
apostatized 23 24 APOSTATIZE, to chang...
apostolised 21 16 APOSTOLISE, to preac...
apostolized 24 25 APOSTOLIZE, to preac...
apperceived 27 25 APPERCEIVE, to perce...
appertained 21 19 APPERTAIN, to relate...
apportioned 21 19 APPORTION, to portio...
appreciated 25 21 APPRECIATE, to grasp...
apprehended 23 22 APPREHEND, to unders...
apprenticed 25 22 APPRENTICE, to set s...
architected 27 20 ARCHITECT, to constr...
architraved 26 21 having an architrave...
arpeggiated 22 19 ARPEGGIATE, to perfo...
articulated 23 17 ARTICULATE, to give...
ascertained 20 16 ASCERTAIN, to make s...
asepticised 24 18 ASEPTICISE, to make...
asepticized 27 27 ASEPTICIZE, to make...
asphyxiated 35 26 ASPHYXIATE, to cause...
asseverated 19 16 ASSEVERATE, to state...
assibilated 22 16 ASSIBILATE, to prono...
assimilated 21 16 ASSIMILATE, to make...
atmosphered 23 20 having an atmosphere...
auriculated 23 18 having ears or ear-s...
auscultated 23 18 AUSCULTATE, to liste...
autodialled 20 16 AUTODIAL, to dial a...
autografted 21 18 AUTOGRAFT, to make s...
autographed 23 20 AUTOGRAPH, to sign w...
automatised 19 16 AUTOMATISE, to make...
automatized 22 25 AUTOMATIZE, to make...
automobiled 22 20 AUTOMOBILE, to trave...
autorotated 17 13 AUTOROTATE, to self-...
autotomised 19 16 AUTOTOMISE, to effec...
autotomized 22 25 AUTOTOMIZE, to effec...
axiomatised 25 22 AXIOMATISE, to make...
axiomatized 28 31 AXIOMATIZE, to reduc...
babyproofed 32 26 BABYPROOF, to render...
backchatted 30 27 BACKCHAT, to engage...
backchecked 34 34 BACKCHECK, in ice ho...
backcrossed 28 25 BACKCROSS, to create...
backdropped 29 29 BACKDROP, to create...
backflipped 33 32 BACKFLIP, to perform...
backlighted 30 27 BACKLIGHT, to illumi...
backpedaled 27 27 BACKPEDAL, to pedal...
backshished 30 26 BACKSHISH, to give a...
backslapped 30 29 BACKSLAP, to show ap...
backspeered 26 25 BACKSPEER, (Scots) t...
backspeired 27 25 BACKSPEIR, (Scots) t...
backstabbed 29 28 BACKSTAB, to stab in...
backstalled 27 24 BACKSTALL, of a kite...
backstamped 28 28 BACKSTAMP, to mark w...
backstopped 29 28 BACKSTOP, to act as...
backstroked 26 26 BACKSTROKE, to swim...
backtracked 29 29 BACKTRACK, to go bac...
bakhshished 29 25 BAKHSHISH, (Persian)...
baksheeshed 25 23 BAKSHEESH, to give a...
balladeered 21 18 BALLADEER, to sing b...
ballyragged 31 23 BALLYRAG, to overawe...
balustraded 22 18 having a balustrade...
bandicooted 22 20 BANDICOOT, to remove...
bandoleered 19 18 wearing a bandoleer,...
bandoliered 20 18 wearing a bandolier,...
barnstormed 21 19 BARNSTORM, to tour c...
barricadoed 23 19 BARRICADO, to barric...
bastardised 21 16 BASTARDISE, to make...
bastardized 24 25 BASTARDIZE, to make...
bastinadoed 19 17 BASTINADO, to tortur...
battlefield 25 20 a place where a batt...
beachcombed 31 29 BEACHCOMB, to wander...
beadblasted 23 20 BEADBLAST, to clean...
beaverboard 23 22 a building-board of...
beblubbered 28 26 disfigured from weep...
beclamoured 25 23 BECLAMOUR, to make a...
becudgelled 27 24 BECUDGEL, to beat wi...
bedrivelled 25 22 BEDRIVEL, to cover w...
beglamoured 23 22 BEGLAMOUR, to impres...
beleaguered 21 19 BELEAGUER, to surrou...
belowground 25 23 underground [adv]
bemonstered 20 19 BEMONSTER, (archaic)...
benchmarked 27 28 BENCHMARK, to test b...
benightened 22 21 BENIGHTEN, to overta...
beplastered 23 19 BEPLASTER, (archaic)...
bepommelled 26 26 BEPOMMEL, to pommel...
bergschrund 28 24 (German) a crevasse...
bescattered 23 18 BESCATTER, (archaic)...
bescribbled 30 25 BESCRIBBLE, (archaic...
beslobbered 25 22 BESLOBBER, to slobbe...
beslubbered 26 23 BESLUBBER, to slobbe...
bespattered 22 18 BESPATTER, to soil b...
besprinkled 25 24 BESPRINKLE, to sprin...
bestialised 22 16 BESTIALISE, to make...
bestialized 25 25 BESTIALIZE, to make...
bestraddled 22 18 BESTRADDLE, to bestr...
bewhiskered 27 24 having whiskers [adj...
bichromated 27 23 relating to a salt o...
billboarded 25 21 BILLBOARD, to advert...
binucleated 24 21 having two nuclei; a...
biodegraded 21 19 BIODEGRADE, to break...
bipolarised 24 19 BIPOLARISE, to make...
bipolarized 27 28 BIPOLARIZE, to make...
birdbrained 23 20 simple-minded [adj]
birdwatched 30 24 BIRDWATCH, to watch...
bituminated 22 20 BITUMINATE, to treat...
bituminised 23 20 BITUMINISE, to treat...
bituminized 26 29 BITUMINIZE, to treat...
blackballed 30 28 BLACKBALL, to vote a...
blackbirded 29 27 BLACKBIRD, to traffi...
blackheaded 27 26 BLACKHEAD [v]
blackjacked 32 39 BLACKJACK, to hit wi...
blackleaded 26 25 BLACKLEAD, to coat w...
blacklegged 29 28 BLACKLEG, to work ev...
blacklisted 28 24 BLACKLIST, to ban or...
blackmailed 28 27 BLACKMAIL, to extort...
blacktopped 30 29 BLACKTOP, to pave wi...
blackwashed 31 28 BLACKWASH, to treat...
blanketweed 24 24 a rapidly spreading...
blindfolded 25 23 BLINDFOLD, to cover...
blockbusted 29 27 BLOCKBUST, to bring...
blockheaded 27 26 stupid [adj BLOCKHEA...
blowtorched 30 24 BLOWTORCH, to apply...
blueprinted 24 21 BLUEPRINT, to draw u...
blueshifted 27 22 BLUESHIFT [v]
bobsleighed 27 23 BOBSLEIGH, to travel...
bodyboarded 28 22 BODYBOARD, to ride a...
bodychecked 36 30 BODYCHECK, to make a...
bodyguarded 28 22 BODYGUARD, to act as...
bolshevised 26 22 BOLSHEVISE, to make...
bolshevized 29 31 BOLSHEVIZE, to make...
bombproofed 27 27 BOMBPROOF, to make p...
boomeranged 20 21 BOOMERANG, to return...
boondoggled 22 22 BOONDOGGLE, to carry...
bowdlerised 25 20 BOWDLERISE, to expur...
bowdlerized 28 29 BOWDLERIZE, to purge...
bowstringed 25 21 BOWSTRING, to strang...
brainwashed 25 21 BRAINWASH, to indoct...
branchiopod 27 24 any of a subclass of...
breakdanced 23 24 BREAKDANCE, to do a...
breakfasted 23 22 BREAKFAST, to take b...
brickshaped 30 27 shaped like a brick...
bridgeboard 24 21 a board on both side...
brillianted 23 18 BRILLIANT, to cut an...
broadcasted 23 19 BROADCAST, to scatte...
broadleaved 22 21 having broad leaves,...
brotherhood 24 19 the state of being b...
buccaneered 25 23 BUCCANEER, to act as...
buccaniered 26 23 BUCCANIER, to act as...
buckshished 31 27 BUCKSHISH, to give a...
buckskinned 26 29 wearing buckskin [ad...
bucktoothed 27 25 BUCKTOOTH [v]
bullshitted 27 20 BULLSHIT, to talk no...
bullwhacked 33 30 BULLWHACK, to strike...
bullwhipped 34 29 BULLWHIP, to strike...
bullyragged 32 24 BULLYRAG, to intimid...
burglarised 24 19 BURGLARISE, to commi...
burglarized 27 28 BURGLARIZE, to commi...
burnettised 21 17 BURNETTISE, to subje...
burnettized 24 26 BURNETTIZE, to subje...
bushwhacked 33 30 BUSHWHACK, to shoot...
butcherbird 30 24 the shrike [n -S]
butterflied 25 20 BUTTERFLY, to split...
buttonholed 23 20 BUTTONHOLE, to detai...
buttonmould 23 22 the small core of pl...
cablecasted 27 22 CABLECAST, to broadc...
cachinnated 25 22 CACHINNATE, to laugh...
caffeinated 24 22 containing caffeine...
calumniated 23 21 CALUMNIATE, to sland...
cameleopard 24 22 (obsolete) a giraffe...
camouflaged 26 25 CAMOUFLAGE, to conce...
camphorated 26 23 CAMPHORATE, to impre...
canceleered 23 20 CANCELEER, to make s...
canceliered 24 20 CANCELIER, to make s...
cancellated 25 21 consisting of a netw...
cannabinoid 21 21 any of various chemi...
cantillated 23 18 CANTILLATE, to chant...
capacitated 26 21 CAPACITATE, to make...
caparisoned 22 19 CAPARISON, to adorn...
capernoited 22 19 slightly intoxicated...
capitalised 25 19 CAPITALISE, to write...
capitalized 28 28 CAPITALIZE, to write...
capitulated 25 20 CAPITULATE, to yield...
caramelised 23 19 CARAMELISE, to turn...
caramelized 26 28 CARAMELIZE, to turn...
carbonadoed 21 20 CARBONADO, (Spanish)...
carburetted 24 19 CARBURET, to combine...
caricatured 25 19 CARICATURE, to make...
carillonned 22 19 CARILLON, to play a...
carnationed 19 17 ruddy [adj]
carpentered 22 19 CARPENTER, to constr...
cartwheeled 27 21 CARTWHEEL, to turn a...
castellated 23 17 having battlements o...
catabolised 24 19 CATABOLISE, to subje...
catabolized 27 28 CATABOLIZE, to subje...
catalogised 23 18 CATALOGISE, to put i...
catalogized 26 27 CATALOGIZE, to put i...
categorised 22 17 CATEGORISE, to put i...
categorized 25 26 CATEGORIZE, to put i...
caterwauled 25 20 CATERWAUL, to make a...
centerboard 22 19 a retractable keel u...
centralised 22 17 CENTRALISE, to move...
centralized 25 26 CENTRALIZE, to move...
centreboard 22 19 a retractable keel f...
centrifuged 25 22 CENTRIFUGE, to subje...
chairmanned 23 22 CHAIRMAN, to act as...
chamberhand 28 26 (New Zealand) a work...
chambermaid 28 26 a maid who makes bed...
changeround 23 22 a change of roles, a...
channelised 23 20 CHANNELISE, to creat...
channelized 26 29 CHANNELIZE, to creat...
chaptalised 27 21 CHAPTALISE, to add e...
chaptalized 30 30 CHAPTALIZE, to add e...
characinoid 26 21 of or like a characi...
charactered 26 20 CHARACTER, (archaic]...
charbroiled 27 21 CHARBROIL, to broil...
chargrilled 28 21 CHARGRILL, to grill...
charivaried 26 21 CHARIVARI, to perfor...
chauffeured 28 25 CHAUFFEUR, to drive...
chauffeused 28 25 CHAUFFEUSE, to act a...
checklisted 30 25 CHECKLIST, to make l...
checkmarked 30 31 CHECKMARK, to mark i...
cheeseboard 24 20 a board on which che...
chemisorbed 27 23 CHEMISORB, to adsorb...
chemosorbed 26 23 CHEMOSORB, to adsorb...
chilblained 28 23 CHILBLAIN [v]
chitchatted 30 22 CHITCHAT, to indulge...
chloralosed 25 19 anaesthetised with c...
chloridated 25 19 CHLORIDATE, to treat...
chloridised 26 19 CHLORIDISE, to conve...
chloridized 29 28 CHLORIDIZE, to conve...
chlorinated 24 19 CHLORINATE, to treat...
chlorinised 25 19 CHLORINISE, to chlor...
chlorinized 28 28 CHLORINIZE, to chlor...
chondrified 26 22 CHONDRIFY, to conver...
chowderhead 28 23 a foolish person [n...
chrysomelid 33 23 a member of the leaf...
chucklehead 31 28 a foolish person [n...
chugalugged 29 26 CHUGALUG, to drink w...
cinchonised 26 22 CINCHONISE, to treat...
cinchonized 29 31 CINCHONIZE, to treat...
cinematised 22 19 CINEMATISE, to produ...
cinematized 25 28 CINEMATIZE, to produ...
circumcised 31 25 CIRCUMCISE, to cut o...
circumduced 31 27 CIRCUMDUCE, (Scots)...
circumfused 30 26 CIRCUMFUSE, to pour...
circummured 29 26 CIRCUMMURE, (Shakesp...
circumposed 29 25 CIRCUMPOSE, to place...
citizenised 25 25 CITIZENISE, to make...
citizenized 28 34 CITIZENIZE, to make...
clapboarded 26 23 CLAPBOARD, to cover...
classicised 27 19 CLASSICISE, to make...
classicized 30 28 CLASSICIZE, to make...
cleanhanded 22 21 with clean hands [ad...
clearheaded 23 19 having or showing a...
closefisted 25 19 tight, stingy [adj]
coacervated 25 22 COACERVATE, to heap;...
cocaptained 25 22 COCAPTAIN, to captai...
cockneyfied 33 28 COCKNEYFY, to make (...
cockswained 28 26 COCKSWAIN, to take c...
cocounseled 24 21 COCOUNSEL, to counse...
codeveloped 25 24 CODEVELOP, to develo...
coenamoured 20 20 COENAMOUR, to enamou...
cohostessed 23 17 COHOSTESS, to act as...
coldhearted 24 19 marked by lack of sy...
colliquated 32 27 COLLIQUATE, (obsolet...
colloquised 32 27 COLLOQUISE, to conve...
colloquized 35 36 COLLOQUIZE, to conve...
colorcasted 25 19 COLORCAST, to broadc...
colorwashed 27 21 COLORWASH, to paint...
colourbreed 24 20 to breed (animals or...
columniated 23 21 having columns, also...
commeasured 23 22 COMMEASURE, to be co...
commentated 22 22 COMMENTATE, to give...
commodified 26 25 COMMODIFY, to make a...
companioned 22 23 COMPANION, to keep s...
compensated 23 22 COMPENSATE, to be eq...
complicated 29 25 COMPLICATE, to combi...
compostured 25 22 COMPOSTURE, to treat...
compromised 26 24 COMPROMISE, to adjus...
comptrolled 27 23 COMPTROLL, (obsolete...
concentered 22 20 CONCENTER, (US) to h...
concertised 24 19 CONCERTISE, to perfo...
concertized 27 28 CONCERTIZE, to perfo...
conciliated 25 20 CONCILIATE, to gain...
concretised 24 19 CONCRETISE, to rende...
concretized 27 28 CONCRETIZE, to rende...
condensated 19 18 CONDENSATE, to conde...
condimented 21 21 CONDIMENT, to season...
conditioned 20 18 CONDITION, to treat...
confiscated 26 22 CONFISCATE, to seize...
conglobated 24 22 CONGLOBATE, to gathe...
congregated 22 20 CONGREGATE, to colle...
conjectured 26 29 CONJECTURE, to arriv...
conscripted 27 22 CONSCRIPT, to enlist...
consecrated 23 19 CONSECRATE, to induc...
consociated 23 19 CONSOCIATE, to ally...
constipated 23 19 CONSTIPATE, to cause...
constituted 22 17 CONSTITUTE, to form...
constrained 20 17 CONSTRAIN, to force,...
constricted 25 19 CONSTRICT, to draw t...
constringed 22 19 CONSTRINGE, to draw...
constructed 25 20 CONSTRUCT, to build...
consummated 23 23 CONSUMMATE, to finis...
contempered 23 22 CONTEMPER, to blend...
contravened 21 21 CONTRAVENE, to act c...
contributed 24 20 CONTRIBUTE, to give...
contusioned 20 18 CONTUSION [v]
convalesced 26 24 CONVALESCE, to recov...
coordinated 20 17 COORDINATE, to organ...
copartnered 22 19 COPARTNER, to act as...
copresented 22 19 COPRESENT, to presen...
copublished 30 25 COPUBLISH, to publis...
copyrighted 34 24 COPYRIGHT, to secure...
cordialised 23 17 CORDIALISE, to becom...
cordialized 26 26 CORDIALIZE, to becom...
corkscrewed 29 25 CORKSCREW, to twist...
cornbraided 23 20 CORNBRAID, to braid...
corporified 26 21 CORPORIFY, to embody...
corrivalled 26 21 CORRIVAL, to rival,...
corroboreed 22 18 CORROBOREE, (Native...
cosponsored 22 19 COSPONSOR, to sponso...
counterbond 22 21 a bond to protect a...
countermand 21 21 to revoke an order b...
counterpled 24 21 COUNTERPLEAD, to ple...
counterraid 21 17 to make a retaliator...
countersued 21 18 COUNTERSUE, to sue s...
counterword 24 20 a word widely used i...
countrified 24 20 rural, rustic, also...
countrolled 23 19 COUNTROL, to control...
countryfied 30 22 rural, rustic, also...
crenellated 22 18 CRENELLATE, to provi...
crescendoed 23 20 CRESCENDO, to come t...
crookbacked 28 29 CROOKBACK [v]
crossbanded 23 20 of a handrail, havin...
crossbarred 24 18 CROSSBAR, to fasten...
crossruffed 27 22 CROSSRUFF, in whist...
crowdfunded 27 25 CROWDFUND, to fund a...
crowstepped 29 24 of a gable, having s...
cryptorchid 37 25 a male human or anim...
crystalised 30 18 CRYSTALISE, to form...
crystalized 33 27 CRYSTALIZE, to form...
crystalloid 31 19 a water-soluble crys...
cuckoldised 28 25 CUCKOLDISE, to make...
cuckoldized 31 34 CUCKOLDIZE, to make...
currycombed 35 27 CURRYCOMB, to comb w...
curveballed 28 25 CURVEBALL, to throw...
cyclostyled 40 24 CYCLOSTYLE, to make...
daggerboard 22 20 a light, narrow, com...
damasceened 20 20 DAMASCEENE, to decor...
damaskeened 18 21 DAMASKEEN, to decora...
damasquined 27 27 DAMASQUIN, to decora...
deacidified 24 20 DEACIDIFY, to remove...
deactivated 23 20 DEACTIVATE, to make...
deaspirated 20 16 DEASPIRATE, to remov...
debarrassed 20 16 DEBARRASS, (archaic)...
debilitated 22 17 DEBILITATE, to make...
decalcified 28 23 DECALCIFY, to depriv...
decapitated 23 19 DECAPITATE, to cut o...
decelerated 21 17 DECELERATE, to reduc...
decertified 24 19 DECERTIFY, to withdr...
decimalised 24 20 DECIMALISE, to conve...
decimalized 27 29 DECIMALIZE, to conve...
decivilised 26 21 DECIVILISE, to reduc...
decivilized 29 30 DECIVILIZE, to reduc...
decluttered 23 18 DECLUTTER, to simpli...
decolonised 21 18 DECOLONISE, to relea...
decolonized 24 27 DECOLONIZE, to relea...
decolorated 21 17 DECOLORATE, to depri...
decolorised 22 17 DECOLORISE, to remov...
decolorized 25 26 DECOLORIZE, to remov...
decommitted 24 22 DECOMMIT, to withdra...
decongested 21 19 DECONGEST, to reliev...
decremented 21 20 DECREMENT, to decrea...
defeasanced 21 20 liable to be forfeit...
defeminised 21 20 DEFEMINISE, to remov...
defeminized 24 29 DEFEMINIZE, to remov...
definitised 21 17 DEFINITISE, to make...
definitized 24 26 DEFINITIZE, to make...
deflagrated 22 19 DEFLAGRATE, to burn...
degarnished 21 18 DEGARNISH, to despoi...
degenerated 17 16 DEGENERATE, to pass...
deglaciated 23 19 showing deglaciation...
dehumanised 21 20 DEHUMANISE, to remov...
dehumanized 24 29 DEHUMANIZE, to depri...
delaminated 19 18 DELAMINATE, to split...
deleveraged 21 20 DELEVERAGE, (of an o...
deliberated 21 17 DELIBERATE, to think...
delimitated 21 17 DELIMITATE, to delim...
deliquesced 31 27 DELIQUESCE, to melt...
delocalised 23 18 DELOCALISE, to free...
delocalized 26 27 DELOCALIZE, to free...
demobilised 23 20 DEMOBILISE, to disba...
demobilized 26 29 DEMOBILIZE, to disba...
demodulated 20 19 DEMODULATE, to remov...
demonetised 18 17 DEMONETISE, to depri...
demonetized 21 26 DEMONETIZE, to depri...
demoralised 20 17 DEMORALISE, to corru...
demoralized 23 26 DEMORALIZE, to corru...
demotivated 21 20 DEMOTIVATE, to remov...
demulsified 24 21 DEMULSIFY, to separa...
demystified 29 21 DEMYSTIFY, to remove...
demythified 31 23 DEMYTHIFY, to remove...
denaturised 18 15 DENATURISE, to remov...
denaturized 21 24 DENATURIZE, to remov...
denitrified 21 17 DENITRIFY, to depriv...
denominated 17 18 DENOMINATE, to give...
denunciated 20 19 DENUNCIATE, to denou...
deoppilated 23 20 DEOPPILATE, to free...
depigmented 22 22 DEPIGMENT, to take a...
deplenished 23 20 DEPLENISH, to depriv...
depolarised 21 17 DEPOLARISE, to remov...
depolarized 24 26 DEPOLARIZE, to remov...
depopulated 23 21 DEPOPULATE, to reduc...
depreciated 23 19 DEPRECIATE, to lower...
deprehended 21 20 DEPREHEND, (obsolete...
deprogramed 22 21 DEPROGRAM, to prevai...
deracinated 20 17 DERACINATE, to uproo...
deregulated 20 17 DEREGULATE, to free...
derepressed 20 16 DEREPRESS, to activa...
derivatised 21 17 DERIVATISE, to make...
derivatized 24 26 DERIVATIZE, to make...
desalinated 18 15 DESALINATE, to remov...
desalinised 19 15 DESALINISE, to remov...
desalinized 22 24 DESALINIZE, to remov...
descrambled 26 23 DESCRAMBLE, to unscr...
desertified 21 16 DESERTIFY, to make i...
desiderated 18 14 DESIDERATE, to desir...
desquamated 27 26 DESQUAMATE, to scale...
destempered 21 19 DESTEMPER, (obsolete...
desulphured 25 21 DESULPHUR, to remove...
detasselled 20 15 DETASSEL, to remove...
dethronised 20 16 DETHRONISE, to remov...
dethronized 23 25 DETHRONIZE, to dethr...
detoxicated 27 23 DETOXICATE, to rid o...
detruncated 21 18 DETRUNCATE, to cut s...
devalorised 21 18 DEVALORISE, to deval...
devalorized 24 27 DEVALORIZE, to deval...
devitalised 22 18 DEVITALISE, to depri...
devitalized 25 27 DEVITALIZE, to depri...
devitrified 24 20 DEVITRIFY, to depriv...
devocalised 24 21 DEVOCALISE, to make...
devocalized 27 30 DEVOCALIZE, to make...
diaphragmed 25 23 DIAPHRAGM, to fit wi...
differenced 25 23 DIFFERENCE, to make...
digitalised 22 16 DIGITALIS [v]
digitalized 25 25 DIGITALIZE, to make...
digladiated 21 17 DIGLADIATE, (obsolet...
dijudicated 25 27 DIJUDICATE, to judge...
dilacerated 22 17 DILACERATE, to rend...
dilapidated 22 18 DILAPIDATE, to bring...
dilucidated 24 19 DILUCIDATE, (obsolet...
dimensioned 18 18 DIMENSION, to give t...
diphtheroid 26 20 a bacterium that res...
diphthonged 26 23 DIPHTHONG, to pronou...
disaccharid 28 21 any of a class of su...
disaccorded 25 20 DISACCORD, to refuse...
disadvanced 23 22 DISADVANCE, (Spenser...
disaffected 26 22 DISAFFECT, to take a...
disaffirmed 25 22 DISAFFIRM, to assert...
disanchored 23 19 DISANCHOR, to raise...
disanimated 19 17 DISANIMATE, to depri...
disannulled 20 18 DISANNUL, to annul c...
disanointed 17 15 DISANOINT, to undo t...
disappeared 22 19 DISAPPEAR, to vanish...
disapproved 25 23 DISAPPROVE, to pass...
disarranged 19 16 DISARRANGE, to distu...
disavaunced 23 22 DISAVAUNCE, (Spenser...
disavouched 26 23 DISAVOUCH, (obsolete...
disbelieved 24 21 DISBELIEVE, to hold...
disbowelled 26 21 DISBOWEL, to remove...
disbranched 26 22 DISBRANCH, to divest...
disburdened 21 19 DISBURDEN, to rid of...
dischurched 31 24 DISCHURCH, (obsolete...
disciplined 26 21 DISCIPLINE, to punis...
discoloured 23 18 DISCOLOUR, to alter...
discomfited 26 22 DISCOMFIT, to discon...
discommoded 24 23 DISCOMMODE, to put t...
discommoned 23 23 DISCOMMON, to depriv...
discomposed 25 22 DISCOMPOSE, to disar...
discouraged 23 19 DISCOURAGE, to dishe...
discredited 23 17 DISCREDIT, to refuse...
disculpated 26 21 DISCULPATE, to free...
discumbered 26 23 DISCUMBER, (archaic)...
disembarked 23 23 DISEMBARK, to leave...
disembodied 22 20 DISEMBODY, to remove...
disembogued 23 22 DISEMBOGUE, (Spanish...
disemployed 29 22 DISEMPLOY, to throw...
disenclosed 22 18 DISENCLOSE, to free...
disennobled 20 19 DISENNOBLE, to depri...
disenrolled 20 16 DISENROL, to remove...
disenshroud 21 17 to divest of a shrou...
disenslaved 21 19 DISENSLAVE, to free...
disentailed 19 15 DISENTAIL, to free f...
disentitled 20 15 DISENTITLE, to depri...
disentombed 21 20 DISENTOMB, to take o...
disentwined 21 18 DISENTWINE, to free...
disespoused 21 17 DISESPOUSE, (Milton)...
disesteemed 19 16 DISESTEEM, to hold o...
disfavoured 23 21 DISFAVOUR, to disest...
disfeatured 21 17 DISFEATURE, to depri...
disforested 21 16 DISFOREST, to clear...
disgavelled 24 21 DISGAVEL, to release...
disgruntled 22 18 DISGRUNTLE, to make...
dishallowed 26 20 DISHALLOW, to make u...
dishevelled 25 21 DISHEVEL, to make th...
dishonoured 20 17 DISHONOUR, to depriv...
dishumoured 23 20 DISHUMOUR, (obsolete...
disimagined 21 19 DISIMAGINE, to banis...
disimproved 25 23 DISIMPROVE, to make...
disinclined 23 19 DISINCLINE, to make...
disinclosed 23 18 DISINCLOSE, to free...
disinfected 24 20 DISINFECT, to rid of...
disinfested 21 17 DISINFEST, to remove...
disinformed 22 20 DISINFORM, to inform...
disinterred 19 14 DISINTER, to exhume...
disinvented 20 19 DISINVENT, to undo t...
disinvested 21 18 DISINVEST, to reduce...
disinvolved 24 23 DISINVOLVE, to unfol...
dismembered 23 22 DISMEMBER, to cut or...
disoriented 18 14 DISORIENT, to confus...
dispaupered 23 20 DISPAUPER, to depriv...
disprisoned 21 17 DISPRISON, to let lo...
disprofited 24 19 DISPROFIT, (archaic)...
disprovided 24 21 DISPROVIDE, (archaic...
dispurveyed 30 23 DISPURVEY, (archaic)...
disregarded 20 16 DISREGARD, to pay no...
disrelished 23 16 DISRELISH, to dislik...
dissertated 19 13 DISSERTATE, to disco...
dissheathed 23 17 DISSHEATHE, to becom...
disshivered 24 19 DISSHIVER, (Spenser)...
dissociated 22 16 DISSOCIATE, to separ...
dissundered 19 16 DISSUNDER, (archaic)...
distempered 22 19 DISTEMPER, to paint...
distribuend 22 18 that which is to be...
distributed 23 17 DISTRIBUTE, to divid...
distroubled 23 18 DISTROUBLE, (obsolet...
divaricated 24 20 DIVARICATE, to fork,...
diversified 24 20 DIVERSIFY, to give v...
dolomitised 21 17 DOLOMITISE, to conve...
dolomitized 24 26 DOLOMITIZE, to conve...
doomwatched 27 24 DOOMWATCH, to keep a...
doorknocked 22 25 DOORKNOCK, to go fro...
doorstepped 22 19 DOORSTEP, to canvass...
dorsiflexed 28 24 DORSIFLEX, to bend t...
doughnutted 22 20 DOUGHNUT, to surroun...
downhearted 22 19 downcast, dejected [...
downshifted 26 22 DOWNSHIFT, to change...
downtrended 20 19 DOWNTREND, to tend i...
dragonnaded 17 18 DRAGONNADE, to perse...
dreadlocked 23 22 having dreadlocks [a...
dumbfounded 24 26 DUMBFOUND, to strike...
earlierised 19 13 EARLIERISE, to do at...
earlierized 22 22 EARLIERIZE, to do at...
earthquaked 29 28 shaken or destroyed...
edulcorated 22 18 EDULCORATE, to make...
effectuated 25 22 EFFECTUATE, to effec...
effeminated 22 22 EFFEMINATE, (archaic...
effeminised 23 22 EFFEMINISE, (archaic...
effeminized 26 31 EFFEMINIZE, (archaic...
effervesced 27 25 EFFERVESCE, to bubbl...
effleuraged 24 22 EFFLEURAGE, to make...
effloresced 26 22 EFFLORESCE, to flowe...
egurgitated 21 17 EGURGITATE, to vomit...
elasticated 22 16 ELASTICATE, to make...
elasticised 23 16 ELASTICISE, to make...
elasticized 26 25 made with elastic th...
electrified 25 19 ELECTRIFY, to charge...
elephantoid 22 19 elephant-like [adj]
elucubrated 25 21 ELUCUBRATE, to work...
emancipated 23 22 EMANCIPATE, to free...
emarginated 19 18 EMARGINATE, to take...
emasculated 23 20 EMASCULATE, to depri...
embarrassed 21 18 EMBARRASS, to discom...
embellished 26 22 EMBELLISH, to add be...
emblossomed 23 22 EMBLOSSOM, to cover...
embroidered 21 19 EMBROIDER, to orname...
embryonated 26 21 (obsolete) of minera...
empanoplied 23 23 EMPANOPLY, to clothe...
emparadised 21 19 EMPARADISE, (Milton)...
empassioned 20 19 (Spenser) full of pa...
emplastered 22 19 EMPLASTER, (obsolete...
encephaloid 25 22 like or resembling a...
encinctured 24 21 ENCINCTURE, to girdl...
encompassed 23 22 ENCOMPASS, to surrou...
encountered 19 18 ENCOUNTER, to meet [...
encrimsoned 21 20 ENCRIMSON, to colour...
encurtained 20 18 ENCURTAIN, to enclos...
endeavoured 18 19 ENDEAVOUR, to try, a...
endenizened 18 25 ENDENIZEN, to admit...
endungeoned 16 19 ENDUNGEON, to shut u...
enfouldered 20 19 (Spenser) charged wi...
enfreedomed 19 20 ENFREEDOM, (Shakespe...
engarlanded 18 18 ENGARLAND, to encirc...
enheartened 17 16 ENHEARTEN, to encour...
enigmatised 20 18 ENIGMATISE, to expre...
enigmatized 23 27 ENIGMATIZE, to expre...
enkernelled 19 20 ENKERNEL, to enclose...
enlightened 21 19 ENLIGHTEN, to impart...
ensanguined 17 18 ENSANGUINE, to cover...
enscheduled 24 21 ENSCHEDULE, (Shakesp...
ensheltered 20 16 ENSHELTER, (Shakespe...
ensorcelled 22 18 ENSORCEL, to bewitch...
enterdealed 17 15 ENTERDEALE, (Spenser...
enterprised 20 16 ENTERPRISE, to under...
entertained 16 14 ENTERTAIN, to hold t...
enthronised 19 16 ENTHRONISE, to enthr...
enthronized 22 25 ENTHRONIZE, to enthr...
entrammeled 20 20 ENTRAMMEL, to tramme...
entreasured 17 14 ENTREASURE, (archaic...
envassalled 21 19 ENVASSAL, to make a...
envermeiled 21 21 ENVERMEIL, (Milton)...
epiloguised 23 19 EPILOGUISE, to speak...
epiloguized 26 28 EPILOGUIZE, to speak...
episcopated 25 21 EPISCOPATE, to act a...
episcopised 26 21 EPISCOPISE, to make...
episcopized 29 30 EPISCOPIZE, to make...
epistolised 22 16 EPISTOLISE, to write...
epistolized 25 25 EPISTOLIZE, to write...
epithelioid 24 18 resembling epitheliu...
epithelised 24 18 EPITHELISE, to conve...
epithelized 27 27 EPITHELIZE, to conve...
epitrochoid 26 20 a curve like an epic...
equatorward 29 25 in the direction of...
equiparated 28 25 EQUIPARATE, (obsolet...
equivocated 31 29 EQUIVOCATE, to use e...
erysipeloid 28 18 an infective dermati...
established 24 18 ESTABLISH, to settle...
eternalised 18 14 ETERNALISE, to make...
eternalized 21 23 ETERNALIZE, to make...
euhemerised 21 18 EUHEMERISE, to give...
euhemerized 24 27 EUHEMERIZE, to give...
eurypteroid 27 18 like a member of the...
evangelised 21 20 EVANGELISE, to preac...
evangelized 24 29 EVANGELIZE, to preac...
eviscerated 23 19 EVISCERATE, to depri...
exacerbated 28 25 EXACERBATE, to make...
exaggerated 25 23 EXAGGERATE, to enlar...
exasperated 25 22 EXASPERATE, to excit...
exchequered 37 34 EXCHEQUER, to place...
excogitated 28 24 EXCOGITATE, to disco...
excruciated 31 26 EXCRUCIATE, to infli...
excursioned 27 24 EXCURSION, to go on...
exemplified 31 29 EXEMPLIFY, to serve...
exenterated 22 20 EXENTERATE, (obsolet...
exfiltrated 28 23 EXFILTRATE, to remov...
exheredated 25 22 EXHEREDATE, to disin...
exhilarated 27 22 EXHILARATE, to make...
exorbitated 26 22 EXORBITATE, (obsolet...
expatriated 26 22 EXPATRIATE, to banis...
expeditated 26 23 EXPEDITATE, to depri...
experienced 28 26 EXPERIENCE, to have...
exprobrated 28 25 EXPROBRATE, (archaic...
exsanguined 24 24 without blood, anaem...
exsufflated 30 27 EXSUFFLATE, to blow...
extraverted 26 23 EXTRAVERT, to turn o...
extroverted 26 23 EXTROVERT, to turn o...
exulcerated 28 24 EXULCERATE, to ulcer...
facilitated 25 19 FACILITATE, to make...
fanaticised 23 19 FANATICISE, to make...
fanaticized 26 28 FANATICIZE, to make...
fantasyland 26 20 an imaginary or idea...
farnarkeled 21 21 FARNARKEL, (Australi...
fastigiated 22 17 pointed; conical, al...
featherhead 23 19 an empty-headed pers...
federalised 21 17 FEDERALISE, to unite...
federalized 24 26 FEDERALIZE, to unite...
felicitated 25 19 FELICITATE, to congr...
felspathoid 26 21 any mineral of a gro...
femtosecond 23 22 one quadrillionth pa...
fenestrated 19 16 having windows or th...
ferntickled 26 24 (Scots) freckled, al...
fibrillated 26 20 FIBRILLATE, to under...
fictionised 24 19 FICTIONISE, to make...
fictionized 27 28 FICTIONIZE, to make...
financiered 22 20 FINANCIER, to conduc...
fingerboard 23 21 the part of a violin...
fingerguard 23 21 the crosspiece of a...
fireproofed 24 21 FIREPROOF, to make p...
fisticuffed 30 25 FISTICUFF, to fight...
flagellated 24 20 FLAGELLATE, to whip;...
flammulated 25 24 ruddy [adj]
flapperhood 27 24 the state of being a...
flashbacked 30 28 FLASHBACK, to show a...
flaughtered 25 21 FLAUGHTER, (Scots) t...
flimflammed 29 29 FLIMFLAM, to engage...
flipflopped 32 29 FLIPFLOP, to perform...
flocculated 29 24 FLOCCULATE, to colle...
fluoridated 22 18 FLUORIDATE, to add f...
fluoridised 23 18 FLUORIDISE, to add f...
fluoridized 26 27 FLUORIDIZE, to add f...
fluorinated 21 18 FLUORINATE, to intro...
footfaulted 23 20 FOOTFAULT, to commit...
footslogged 23 20 FOOTSLOG, to march o...
footstooled 20 16 with one's feet on a...
foraminated 20 19 perforated or pierce...
forechecked 29 27 FORECHECK, to check...
foreplanned 21 21 FOREPLAN, to plan be...
forepointed 21 19 FOREPOINT, to foresh...
forereached 24 20 FOREREACH, to glide...
foresighted 24 19 having foresight [ad...
foreslacked 25 23 FORESLACK, (obsolete...
forestalled 22 17 FORESTALL, to preven...
foretokened 19 20 FORETOKEN, to be a s...
forevouched 27 25 (Shakespeare) affirm...
foreweighed 26 22 FOREWEIGH, (archaic)...
forgathered 23 19 FORGATHER, to gather...
forwandered 22 20 FORWANDER, (archaic)...
foulmouthed 25 23 given to the use of...
fraternised 20 16 FRATERNISE, to assoc...
fraternized 23 25 FRATERNIZE, to assoc...
freehearted 21 17 generous, open [adj...
freewheeled 25 21 FREEWHEEL, to coast...
frenchified 28 24 FRENCHIFY, to make F...
frogmarched 28 25 FROGMARCH, to force...
fullmouthed 27 24 having a full comple...
fustianised 21 17 FUSTIANISE, to write...
fustianized 24 26 FUSTIANIZE, to write...
gainstrived 22 19 GAINSTRIVE, (obsolet...
gallivanted 23 21 GALLIVANT, to roam a...
gangshagged 24 23 GANGSHAG, to carry o...
gastrulated 21 16 GASTRULATE, to form...
gatecrashed 24 19 GATECRASH, to attend...
gazetteered 21 23 GAZETTEER, to mentio...
gelatinated 19 16 GELATINATE, to conve...
gelatinised 20 16 GELATINISE, to make...
gelatinized 23 25 GELATINIZE, to conve...
generalised 19 16 GENERALISE, to make...
generalized 22 25 GENERALIZE, to give...
geniculated 23 20 GENICULATE, to form...
genteelised 19 16 GENTEELISE, to make...
genteelized 22 25 GENTEELIZE, to make...
genuflected 25 23 GENUFLECT, to bend t...
geometrised 20 17 GEOMETRISE, to work...
geometrized 23 26 GEOMETRIZE, to work...
giftwrapped 30 26 GIFTWRAP, to wrap wi...
gillravaged 25 22 GILLRAVAGE, (Scots)...
gingerbread 22 20 a cake flavoured wit...
girdlestead 21 16 (obsolete) the waist...
gladwrapped 28 25 GLADWRAP, to cover w...
glamourised 22 19 GLAMOURISE, to make...
glamourized 25 28 GLAMOURIZE, to make...
gluttonised 21 17 GLUTTONISE, to eat t...
gluttonized 24 26 GLUTTONIZE, to eat t...
goddesshood 21 18 the state of being a...
godfathered 23 20 GODFATHER, to be a g...
godmothered 22 20 GODMOTHER, to act as...
goldbricked 28 26 GOLDBRICK, to shirk...
goliathised 23 17 GOLIATHISE, to play...
goliathized 26 26 GOLIATHIZE, to play...
goniatitoid 19 15 having the form of a...
gonococcoid 27 24 having the shape of...
goosenecked 21 22 GOOSENECK [v]
gormandised 20 19 GORMANDISE, to indul...
gormandized 23 28 GORMANDIZE, to indul...
gospellised 24 19 GOSPELLISE, to evang...
gospellized 27 28 GOSPELLIZE, to evang...
governessed 20 19 GOVERNESS, to act as...
gradationed 18 16 GRADATION [v]
grangerised 20 17 GRANGERISE, to illus...
grangerized 23 26 GRANGERIZE, to illus...
graphitised 25 19 GRAPHITISE, to conve...
graphitized 28 28 GRAPHITIZE, to conve...
graybearded 27 20 GRAYBEARD [v]
greatcoated 21 17 wearing a greatcoat...
grecianised 22 18 GRECIANISE, to confo...
grecianized 25 27 GRECIANIZE, to confo...
greenmailed 20 19 GREENMAIL, to buy a...
greenwashed 23 20 GREENWASH, to cover...
greisenised 19 15 GREISENISE, to conve...
greisenized 22 24 GREISENIZE, to conve...
greybearded 27 20 having a grey beard,...
groundspeed 21 20 the speed of an airc...
guestimated 21 18 GUESTIMATE, to make...
guillotined 22 18 GUILLOTINE, to behea...
gutterblood 23 19 (Scots) a lowborn pe...
habilitated 24 18 HABILITATE, to endow...
haemorrhoid 23 19 dilatation of a vein...
hairbrained 22 18 crazy, crackpot, als...
halfhearted 25 20 lacking heart, spiri...
halogenated 20 18 HALOGENATE, to combi...
hamfattered 23 20 HAMFATTER, to perfor...
hamshackled 29 27 HAMSHACKLE, to fette...
hamstringed 23 20 HAMSTRING, to disabl...
handcrafted 25 22 HANDCRAFT, to fashio...
handicapped 27 25 HANDICAP, to impose...
handstamped 23 22 HANDSTAMP, to stamp...
hansardised 20 16 HANSARDISE, to confr...
hansardized 23 25 HANSARDIZE, to confr...
harbingered 23 20 HARBINGER, to foresh...
hardhearted 22 17 lacking compassion [...
hardmouthed 24 21 of a horse, with a m...
harebrained 21 18 crazy, crackpot, als...
harlequined 29 26 HARLEQUIN, to play a...
harpsichord 29 22 a keyboard instrumen...
headreached 24 20 HEADREACH, to make d...
heathenised 21 17 HEATHENISE, to make...
heathenized 24 26 HEATHENIZE, to rende...
hedgehopped 27 25 HEDGEHOP, of a plane...
helminthoid 25 21 worm-shaped [adj]
hemorrhaged 24 21 HEMORRHAGE, to bleed...
hemstitched 28 22 HEMSTITCH, to stitch...
heparinised 22 18 of blood, treated wi...
heparinized 25 27 of blood, treated wi...
hereticated 23 17 HERETICATE, to denou...
heterodyned 25 18 HETERODYNE, to chang...
heteroploid 23 18 an organism having a...
highblooded 27 23 of noble lineage [ad...
highlighted 30 23 HIGHLIGHT, to throw...
historiated 21 14 decorated with elabo...
historified 24 17 HISTORIFY, to record...
hobbyhorsed 33 24 HOBBYHORSE, of a ves...
holographed 26 22 HOLOGRAPH, to write...
homesteaded 20 18 HOMESTEAD [v]
homogenised 21 20 HOMOGENISE, to make...
homogenized 24 29 HOMOGENIZE, to make...
homologated 22 20 HOMOLOGATE, to sanct...
homologised 23 20 HOMOLOGISE, to deter...
homologized 26 29 HOMOLOGIZE, to deter...
honeycombed 31 26 HONEYCOMB, to make l...
honeymooned 24 21 HONEYMOON, to go on...
hopscotched 31 25 HOPSCOTCH, to play h...
hummingbird 28 27 any member of the tr...
hunchbacked 32 31 having a hunchback [...
hundredfold 24 22 multiplied by one hu...
husbandland 23 22 a manorial tenant's...
hydroplaned 29 22 HYDROPLANE, to trave...
hyperboloid 32 23 a solid figure in wh...
hyperextend 34 27 to extend so that th...
hyperlinked 31 25 HYPERLINK, to connec...
hypnoidised 29 21 HYPNOIDISE, to put i...
hypnoidized 32 30 HYPNOIDIZE, to put i...
hypocycloid 43 28 a curve generated by...
hypodiploid 33 24 having slightly fewe...
hypothyroid 38 23 affected with hypoth...
ichthyopsid 36 24 a member of the Icht...
ideologised 20 16 IDEOLOGISE, to rende...
ideologized 23 25 IDEOLOGIZE, to rende...
idolatrised 20 14 IDOLATRISE, to worsh...
idolatrized 23 23 IDOLATRIZE, to worsh...
illaqueated 28 24 ILLAQUEATE, to ensna...
illegalised 23 17 ILLEGALISE, to make...
illegalized 26 26 ILLEGALIZE, to make...
illuminated 22 19 ILLUMINATE, to enlig...
illustrated 22 15 an illustrated magaz...
imagineered 19 18 IMAGINEER, to design...
immiserised 22 18 IMMISERISE, to subje...
immiserized 25 27 IMMISERIZE, to subje...
immobilised 25 22 IMMOBILISE, to rende...
immobilized 28 31 IMMOBILIZE, to make...
impannelled 22 22 IMPANNEL, to put ont...
imparadised 22 19 IMPARADISE, to put i...
impassioned 21 19 IMPASSION, to arouse...
implemented 23 23 IMPLEMENT, to put in...
imposthumed 26 24 having an imposthume...
impregnated 22 21 IMPREGNATE, to fill,...
inactivated 23 20 INACTIVATE, to make...
inaugurated 19 17 INAUGURATE, to inves...
incandesced 23 21 INCANDESCE, to be or...
incatenated 19 17 INCATENATE, to chain...
incinerated 20 17 INCINERATE, to cause...
incoronated 19 17 crowned, also INCORO...
incorrupted 24 20 not corrupted [adj]
incrassated 21 16 INCRASSATE, (obsolet...
incremented 21 20 INCREMENT, to add 1...
incrossbred 24 19 a plant or animal pr...
indemnified 21 21 INDEMNIFY, to secure...
indigenised 19 17 INDIGENISE, to rende...
indigenized 22 26 INDIGENIZE, to rende...
indignified 22 20 INDIGNIFY, (archaic)...
indulgenced 23 22 INDULGENCE, to grant...
inexhausted 26 23 (archaic) unexhauste...
infamonised 20 20 INFAMONISE, to defam...
infamonized 23 29 INFAMONIZE, to defam...
infibulated 24 21 INFIBULATE, to faste...
infiltrated 22 17 INFILTRATE, to cause...
infinitated 20 17 INFINITATE, to make...
ingeminated 19 19 INGEMINATE, to reite...
ingenerated 17 16 INGENERATE, to gener...
ingratiated 19 15 INGRATIATE, to comme...
initialised 20 14 INITIALISE, to set (...
initialized 23 23 INITIALIZE, to set (...
inorganised 18 16 not organised, also...
inorganized 21 25 not organized, also...
inosculated 22 18 INOSCULATE, to join...
insalivated 21 18 INSALIVATE, to mix w...
inseminated 18 17 INSEMINATE, to sow;...
insheltered 21 16 INSHELTER, to place...
inspissated 21 16 INSPISSATE, to make...
insufflated 24 21 INSUFFLATE, to blow...
intagliated 20 16 incised, engraved [a...
intellected 23 18 (Cowper) endowed wit...
intenerated 16 14 INTENERATE, to make...
intensified 20 17 INTENSIFY, to make i...
intentioned 16 15 having an intention...
interallied 20 15 relating to, compose...
interarched 23 18 INTERARCH, to have i...
interbedded 20 18 INTERBED, to insert...
intercepted 23 19 INTERCEPT, to stop a...
intercluded 23 19 INTERCLUDE, to block...
intercooled 21 17 cooled by means of a...
interdashed 20 16 INTERDASH, to dash b...
interdepend 19 18 to depend on one ano...
interdicted 22 17 INTERDICT, to forbid...
interflowed 24 20 INTERFLOW, to flow i...
interfolded 21 18 INTERFOLD, to fold t...
intergraded 19 16 INTERGRADE, to merge...
interisland 19 15 between islands [adj...
interjected 23 25 INTERJECT, to interp...
interjoined 19 23 INTERJOIN, (Shakespe...
interlapped 23 20 INTERLAP, to lap ove...
interlarded 19 15 INTERLARD, to place...
interleaved 20 18 INTERLEAVE, to arran...
interlinked 20 19 INTERLINK, to link t...
interlocked 23 21 INTERLOCK, to lock o...
interlooped 20 17 INTERLOOP, to loop t...
intermatted 19 16 INTERMAT, to mat fib...
intermeshed 21 18 INTERMESH, to mesh t...
intermitted 20 16 INTERMIT, to stop te...
interplayed 27 19 INTERPLAY, to exert...
interpreted 20 16 INTERPRET, to explai...
interrailed 19 14 INTERRAIL, to travel...
interrupted 21 17 INTERRUPT, to break...
intersected 21 16 INTERSECT, to cut in...
interserted 18 13 INTERSERT, (obsolete...
interspaced 23 19 INTERSPACE, to put s...
interstrand 18 14 between strands [adj...
intertilled 21 15 INTERTILL, to cultiv...
intertwined 21 17 INTERTWINE, to unite...
interveined 19 18 INTERVEIN, to inters...
interviewed 23 20 INTERVIEW, to conduc...
intervolved 23 22 INTERVOLVE, to roll...
interweaved 22 20 INTERWEAVE, to weave...
interworked 22 20 INTERWORK, to work t...
intimidated 20 17 INTIMIDATE, to make...
intoxicated 27 23 INTOXICATE, to make...
introjected 23 25 INTROJECT, to incorp...
intromitted 20 16 INTROMIT, to introdu...
introverted 20 17 INTROVERT, to turn i...
invaginated 20 20 INVAGINATE, to enshe...
invalidated 21 19 INVALIDATE, to make...
invalidhood 23 21 the state of being a...
inventoried 19 18 INVENTORY, to make a...
invigilated 23 20 INVIGILATE, to keep...
invigorated 21 19 INVIGORATE, to give...
ironhearted 19 15 cruel, hardhearted [...
irradicated 22 16 IRRADICATE, to fix f...
italianated 18 14 ITALIANATE, to rende...
italianised 19 14 ITALIANISE, to make...
italianized 22 23 ITALIANIZE, to make...
jacklighted 30 33 JACKLIGHT, to fish w...
jealoushood 22 25 (Shakespeare) jealou...
jeopardised 22 25 JEOPARDISE, to expos...
jeopardized 25 34 JEOPARDIZE, to expos...
jickajogged 29 41 JICKAJOG, to copulat...
journalised 21 24 JOURNALISE, to write...
journalized 24 33 JOURNALIZE, to enter...
junketeered 20 27 JUNKETEER, to engage...
keratinised 19 17 KERATINISE, to make...
keratinized 22 26 KERATINIZE, to make...
ketosteroid 19 16 a steroid, such as c...
kickflipped 33 33 KICKFLIP, to perform...
kickstarted 25 23 KICKSTART, to start...
kindhearted 21 20 having or showing a...
kitchenmaid 26 25 a maid who works in...
kitschified 29 24 KITSCHIFY, to make k...
knucklehead 26 28 a chump [n -S]
lallygagged 31 23 LALLYGAG, to dawdle,...
lamebrained 21 20 unintelligent [adj]
laminarised 20 17 LAMINARISE, to make...
laminarized 23 26 LAMINARIZE, to make...
lampblacked 30 30 LAMPBLACK, to blacke...
lanceolated 21 18 shaped like a lance-...
landskipped 25 25 LANDSKIP, to landsca...
lateralised 20 14 LATERALISE, to make...
lateralized 23 23 LATERALIZE, to make...
leaderboard 20 17 a scoreboard that li...
leapfrogged 25 23 LEAPFROG, to jump ov...
leatherhead 22 17 an Australian honeye...
leatherwood 23 18 a small shrub with w...
legitimated 22 18 LEGITIMATE, to make...
legitimised 23 18 LEGITIMISE, to make...
legitimized 26 27 LEGITIMIZE, to make...
lethargised 23 17 LETHARGISE, to make...
lethargized 26 26 LETHARGIZE, to make...
letterboxed 27 23 having a letterbox [...
levelheaded 23 21 having or showing so...
lexicalised 30 24 LEXICALISE, to put i...
lexicalized 33 33 LEXICALIZE, to put i...
liberalised 23 17 LIBERALISE, to make...
liberalized 26 26 LIBERALIZE, to make...
lifeguarded 23 20 LIFEGUARD, to serve...
lightninged 24 21 LIGHTNING, to flash...
limelighted 26 21 LIMELIGHT, to light...
lionhearted 20 16 brave as a lion [adj...
literalised 21 14 LITERALISE, to make...
literalized 24 23 LITERALIZE, to make...
literatured 20 14 (Shakespeare) having...
liveblogged 27 25 LIVEBLOG, to keep a...
livetrapped 26 23 LIVETRAP, to capture...
lobotomised 22 19 LOBOTOMISE, to carry...
lobotomized 25 28 LOBOTOMIZE, to carry...
lollygagged 31 23 LOLLYGAG, to dawdle,...
longsighted 24 20 having long sight [a...
loudmouthed 23 21 given to loud offens...
lyophilised 32 21 LYOPHILISE, to dry b...
lyophilized 35 30 LYOPHILIZE, to dry b...
lysogenised 26 18 LYSOGENISE, to subje...
lysogenized 29 27 LYSOGENIZE, to subje...
macadamised 23 22 MACADAMISE, to cover...
macadamized 26 31 MACADAMIZE, to cover...
mailgrammed 24 24 MAILGRAM, (tradename...
mailshotted 23 18 MAILSHOT [v]
maladjusted 23 27 poorly or inadequate...
maloccluded 28 25 exhibiting malocclus...
mammillated 24 23 with nipple-like pro...
manifestoed 20 19 MANIFESTO, to issue...
manipulated 22 21 MANIPULATE, to work...
marprelated 22 19 MARPRELATE, to invei...
marrowskied 24 22 MARROWSKY, to utter...
marzipanned 23 29 MARZIPAN, to cover w...
masqueraded 27 26 MASQUERADE, to disgu...
masturbated 22 19 MASTURBATE, to pract...
matchmarked 27 27 MATCHMARK, to mark m...
medallioned 20 19 MEDALLION, to orname...
medicalised 24 20 MEDICALISE, to consi...
medicalized 27 29 MEDICALIZE, to consi...
menstruated 19 17 MENSTRUATE, to under...
mentholated 21 19 containing menthol [...
messengered 19 18 MESSENGER, to send b...
metabolised 22 19 METABOLISE, to chang...
metabolized 25 28 METABOLIZE, to chang...
metaphrased 23 20 METAPHRASE, to turn...
mezzotinted 25 34 MEZZOTINT, to engrav...
microcopied 28 24 MICROCOPY, to copy o...
microfilmed 28 25 MICROFILM, to make a...
micromethod 26 23 a method (as of micr...
microsecond 25 22 one millionth of a s...
middenstead 19 18 the site of a midden...
militarised 22 16 MILITARISE, to make...
militarized 25 25 MILITARIZE, to make...
millionfold 25 22 multiplied by a mill...
millisecond 25 21 a thousandth part of...
mineralised 20 17 MINERALISE, to trans...
mineralized 23 26 MINERALIZE, to trans...
miniskirted 22 20 MINISKIRT [v]
misadjusted 23 26 MISADJUST, to adjust...
misallotted 22 17 MISALLOT, to allot w...
misarranged 20 18 MISARRANGE, to arran...
misassigned 21 18 MISASSIGN, to assign...
misbalanced 25 23 MISBALANCE, to balan...
misbelieved 25 23 MISBELIEVE, to hold...
misbeseemed 22 21 MISBESEEM, (archaic)...
misbestowed 25 21 MISBESTOW, to bestow...
misbuttoned 22 20 MISBUTTON, to button...
miscoloured 24 20 MISCOLOUR, to give a...
miscomputed 27 25 MISCOMPUTE, to compu...
miscredited 24 19 MISCREDIT, (archaic)...
misdemeaned 19 20 MISDEMEAN, to behave...
misdirected 24 19 MISDIRECT, to point...
miseducated 23 20 MISEDUCATE, to educa...
misemployed 30 24 MISEMPLOY, to employ...
misenrolled 21 18 MISENROL, to enrol i...
misesteemed 20 18 MISESTEEM, to lack e...
misfeatured 22 19 ugly, ill-favoured [...
misfocussed 26 22 MISFOCUS, to focus b...
misfortuned 22 20 (archaic) unfortunat...
misgoverned 22 22 MISGOVERN, to govern...
mishallowed 27 22 (archaic) consecrate...
mishappened 25 24 MISHAPPEN, (Spenser)...
mishguggled 28 25 MISHGUGGLE, (Scots)...
misimproved 26 25 MISIMPROVE, to make...
misinferred 22 19 MISINFER, to infer w...
misinformed 23 22 MISINFORM, to inform...
misintended 19 18 MISINTEND, (obsolete...
misinterred 20 16 MISINTER, to inter i...
mislabelled 25 21 MISLABEL, to label i...
mislaboured 23 20 MISLABOUR, to labour...
mislippened 25 23 MISLIPPEN, (Scots) t...
mismeasured 21 19 MISMEASURE, to measu...
misnumbered 23 23 MISNUMBER, to number...
misobserved 24 22 MISOBSERVE, to obser...
misoriented 19 16 MISORIENT, to orient...
mispackaged 27 27 MISPACKAGE, to packa...
misreckoned 23 23 MISRECKON, to reckon...
misrecorded 23 19 MISRECORD, to record...
misreferred 22 18 MISREFER, to refer i...
misregarded 21 18 MISREGARD, (Spenser)...
misrendered 19 17 MISRENDER, to render...
misreported 22 18 MISREPORT, to report...
missheathed 24 19 (Shakespeare) wrongl...
missionised 20 16 MISSIONISE, to do mi...
missionized 23 25 MISSIONIZE, to do mi...
mistempered 23 21 MISTEMPER, (obsolete...
mockingbird 28 28 any of various long-...
modularised 21 18 containing or consis...
modularized 24 27 containing or consis...
moisturised 21 16 MOISTURISE, to add m...
moisturized 24 25 MOISTURIZE, to add m...
monarchised 24 21 MONARCHISE, to play...
monarchized 27 30 MONARCHIZE, to play...
mongrelised 21 19 MONGRELISE, to make...
mongrelized 24 28 MONGRELIZE, to make...
monkeygland 27 26 as in monkeygland ex...
monocropped 25 25 MONOCROP, to plant t...
monogrammed 21 24 MONOGRAM, to mark wi...
monographed 23 23 MONOGRAPH, to write...
monologised 20 19 MONOLOGISE, to engag...
monologized 23 28 MONOLOGIZE, to engag...
monopolised 21 20 MONOPOLISE, to get a...
monopolized 24 29 MONOPOLIZE, to get a...
monotonised 17 17 MONOTONISE, to make...
monotonized 20 26 MONOTONIZE, to make...
moonlighted 23 21 MOONLIGHT, to take a...
moorbuzzard 28 37 the marsh harrier [n...
morigerated 20 17 MORIGERATE, to confo...
mortarboard 21 18 a square-topped coll...
motherboard 23 20 the board containing...
mothproofed 25 23 MOTHPROOF, to proof...
motorboated 20 18 MOTORBOAT, to travel...
motorcycled 33 24 MOTORCYCLE, to ride...
muckamucked 30 34 MUCKAMUCK, to consum...
multibladed 25 22 having many blades [...
multicelled 27 22 MULTICELL [v]
multicoated 24 20 having many coats [a...
multicuspid 29 24 having more than two...
multiheaded 23 20 having many heads [a...
multimanned 21 22 of a spacecraft, spa...
multiplexed 31 28 MULTIPLEX, to incorp...
multiroomed 22 20 having many rooms [a...
multitasked 23 21 MULTITASK, to work a...
multitiered 22 17 having more than one...
musicalised 25 20 MUSICALISE, to make...
musicalized 28 29 MUSICALIZE, to make...
mustachioed 25 21 MUSTACHIO [v]
mutagenised 20 19 MUTAGENISE, to treat...
mutagenized 23 28 MUTAGENIZE, to treat...
myelomatoid 27 21 in the form of a mye...
mylonitised 27 19 MYLONITISE, to turn...
mylonitized 30 28 MYLONITIZE, to turn...
namechecked 27 28 NAMECHECK, to mentio...
naturalised 19 15 NATURALISE, to confe...
naturalized 22 24 NATURALIZE, to confe...
nearsighted 21 17 able to see near thi...
necessitied 21 16 (Shakespeare) forced...
neighboured 23 21 NEIGHBOUR, to live c...
netherworld 24 19 the world of the dea...
neutralised 19 15 NEUTRALISE, to rende...
neutralized 22 24 NEUTRALIZE, to rende...
newspapered 24 22 NEWSPAPER, to work o...
nidificated 24 20 NIDIFICATE, to const...
nobilitated 21 17 NOBILITATE, to ennob...
nominalised 19 18 NOMINALISE, to form...
nominalized 22 27 NOMINALIZE, to form...
nonanswered 18 18 NONANSWER, to answer...
nonattached 21 19 not attached [adj]
nonchurched 28 25 NONCHURCH, to take a...
noncoloured 20 19 not coloured, also N...
noncompound 22 25 not compound [adj]
nondirected 20 18 not directed [adj]
nondisabled 20 19 not disabled [adj]
noninfected 21 21 not infected [adj]
noninfested 18 18 not infested [adj]
noninvolved 21 24 not involved [adj]
nonrailroad 17 15 not related to a rai...
nonselected 20 18 not selected [adj]
nonstandard 16 16 not standard [adj]
nonstriated 17 14 not striated [adj]
noticeboard 22 19 a board for the disp...
nuclearised 22 18 NUCLEARISE, to make...
nuclearized 25 27 NUCLEARIZE, to make...
nucleolated 22 19 having a nucleus or...
numbskulled 26 27 stupid, doltish, als...
nursemaided 19 18 NURSEMAID, to look a...
nurserymaid 26 19 one employed to look...
objectified 28 30 OBJECTIFY, to make o...
obliterated 21 16 OBLITERATE, to erase...
obnubilated 23 21 OBNUBILATE, (obsolet...
obtruncated 23 20 OBTRUNCATE, to cut o...
openhearted 20 18 candidly straightfor...
openmouthed 22 22 vociferous [adj OPEN...
operculated 24 20 relating to the oper...
opinionated 18 17 unduly adhering to o...
optimalised 23 19 OPTIMALISE, to bring...
optimalized 26 28 OPTIMALIZE, to bring...
orbiculated 25 20 having the shape of...
orepearched 24 20 OREPEARCH, (Shakespe...
orienteered 16 13 ORIENTEER, to take p...
outachieved 25 22 OUTACHIEVE, to surpa...
outbalanced 23 21 OUTBALANCE, to outwe...
outbrazened 22 26 OUTBRAZEN, to be mor...
outbreathed 22 18 OUTBREATHE, to breat...
outcavilled 26 22 OUTCAVIL, to surpass...
outcompeted 24 22 OUTCOMPETE, to surpa...
outcraftied 24 19 OUTCRAFTY, (Shakespe...
outdesigned 19 17 OUTDESIGN, to surpas...
outgalloped 23 20 OUTGALLOP, to surpas...
outhumoured 22 20 OUTHUMOUR, to surpas...
outjockeyed 30 31 OUTJOCKEY, to surpas...
outlaunched 24 21 OUTLAUNCH, to launch...
outmastered 19 16 OUTMASTER, to surpas...
outmeasured 19 17 OUTMEASURE, to excee...
outnumbered 21 21 OUTNUMBER, to surpas...
outpreached 25 21 OUTPREACH, to surpas...
outproduced 24 21 OUTPRODUCE, to surpa...
outpromised 22 19 OUTPROMISE, to surpa...
outreasoned 16 14 OUTREASON, to surpas...
outreckoned 21 21 OUTRECKON, to surpas...
outreddened 17 16 OUTREDDEN, to surpas...
outrivalled 23 19 OUTRIVAL, to outdo i...
outsavoured 20 18 OUTSAVOUR, to exceed...
outscreamed 22 19 OUTSCREAM, to surpas...
outsparkled 23 21 OUTSPARKLE, to excee...
outsprinted 21 17 OUTSPRINT, to excel...
outstrained 18 14 OUTSTRAIN, to surpas...
outstripped 24 19 OUTSTRIP, to go fast...
outthrobbed 25 21 OUTTHROB, to surpass...
outthrusted 22 16 OUTTHRUST, to extend...
outtraveled 21 18 OUTTRAVEL, to exceed...
outwrestled 23 17 OUTWRESTLE, to surpa...
overbounded 21 22 OVERBOUND, to bound...
overbridged 24 22 OVERBRIDGE, to span...
overbriefed 24 22 OVERBRIEF, to brief...
overbrimmed 25 25 OVERBRIM, to flow ov...
overbrowsed 25 22 OVERBROWS, OVERBROW,...
overcarried 23 19 OVERCARRY, to carry...
overcharged 26 23 OVERCHARGE, to charg...
overchilled 28 23 OVERCHILL, to chill...
overclaimed 25 23 OVERCLAIM, to claim...
overcleaned 22 21 OVERCLEAN, to clean...
overcleared 23 20 OVERCLEAR, to clear...
overclocked 28 27 OVERCLOCK, to run a...
overclouded 24 22 OVERCLOUD, to cover...
overclubbed 29 27 OVERCLUB, to hit a s...
overcoached 27 24 OVERCOACH, to coach...
overcolored 23 20 OVERCOLOR, to color...
overcounted 22 21 OVERCOUNT, to rate t...
overcovered 24 23 OVERCOVER, to cover...
overcrammed 25 25 OVERCRAM, to stuff t...
overcropped 27 25 OVERCROP, to exhaust...
overcrowded 26 23 OVERCROWD, to crowd...
overdressed 20 17 OVERDRESS, to dress...
overexcited 29 26 OVEREXCITE, to excit...
overexerted 25 23 OVEREXERT, to exert...
overexposed 27 26 OVEREXPOSE, to expos...
overfavored 23 23 OVERFAVOR, to favor...
overflooded 22 21 OVERFLOOD, to flood...
overfocused 25 23 OVERFOCUS, to focus...
overforward 25 22 excessively forward...
overglanced 24 23 OVERGLANCE, to glanc...
overgloomed 22 22 OVERGLOOM, to cover...
overgrained 20 19 OVERGRAIN, in painti...
overgrassed 21 18 OVERGRASS, to grass...
overgreened 19 19 OVERGREEN, to cover...
overhandled 22 21 OVERHANDLE, to handl...
overhonored 20 19 OVERHONOR, to honor...
overinsured 20 18 OVERINSURE, to insur...
overlabored 22 20 OVERLABOR, to cause...
overlearned 19 18 OVERLEARN, to contin...
overlighted 25 21 OVERLIGHT, to light...
overmanaged 20 22 OVERMANAGE, to manag...
overmatched 26 24 OVERMATCH, to be mor...
overmounted 20 21 OVERMOUNT, to rise a...
overmuscled 26 24 with an excessive am...
overnighted 23 21 OVERNIGHT, to stay o...
overofficed 27 25 OVEROFFICE, to domin...
overpainted 21 20 OVERPAINT, to color...
overpedaled 22 21 OVERPEDAL, to make e...
overpeopled 24 23 OVERPEOPLE, to peopl...
overperched 27 24 OVERPERCH, to fly up...
overpitched 28 24 OVERPITCH, in cricke...
overplaided 23 21 covered with a texti...
overplanned 21 22 OVERPLAN, to plan to...
overplanted 22 21 OVERPLANT, to plant...
overplotted 23 20 OVERPLOT, to devise...
overpowered 24 22 OVERPOWER, to overco...
overpraised 22 19 OVERPRAISE, to prais...
overpressed 22 19 OVERPRESS, to oppres...
overprinted 22 20 OVERPRINT, to print...
overreached 24 21 OVERREACH, to reach...
overreacted 22 19 OVERREACT, to react...
overrefined 21 20 OVERREFINE, to refin...
overrespond 21 20 to respond excessive...
overripened 21 20 OVERRIPEN, to become...
overroasted 19 16 OVERROAST, to roast...
overskipped 26 26 OVERSKIP, to skip ov...
overslipped 26 23 OVERSLIP, to leave o...
overspilled 25 21 OVERSPILL, to spill...
overstaffed 24 22 OVERSTAFF, to employ...
overstained 19 17 OVERSTAIN, to cover...
oversteered 19 16 OVERSTEER, to steer...
overstepped 24 22 OVERSTEP, to go beyo...
overstirred 21 16 OVERSTIR, to stir to...
overstocked 24 23 OVERSTOCK, to stock...
overstrewed 23 19 OVERSTREW, to strew...
overstudied 21 18 OVERSTUDY, to study...
overstuffed 25 23 OVERSTUFF, to stuff...
overswelled 25 21 OVERSWELL, to swell...
overtowered 22 19 OVERTOWER, to tower...
overtrained 19 17 OVERTRAIN, to train...
overtreated 19 16 OVERTREAT, to treat...
overtrimmed 23 22 OVERTRIM, to trim to...
overtripped 25 22 OVERTRIP, to trip ni...
overtrumped 24 23 OVERTRUMP, to trump...
overtrusted 21 17 OVERTRUST, to trust...
overwatched 28 24 OVERWATCH, to watch...
overwatered 22 19 OVERWATER, to water...
overwearied 22 19 OVERWEARY, to weary...
overweighed 26 23 OVERWEIGH, to exceed...
overwhelmed 27 25 OVERWHELM, to crush...
overwrapped 27 25 OVERWRAP, to wrap ex...
overwrested 23 19 OVERWREST, to wrest...
pacificated 29 24 PACIFICATE, to give...
paddleboard 23 21 a long narrow buoyan...
paddywacked 34 29 PADDYWACK, to spank...
palatalised 22 17 PALATALISE, to make...
palatalized 25 26 PALATALIZE, to make...
palpebrated 25 22 PALPEBRATE, to wink...
panegyrised 27 20 PANEGYRISE, to deliv...
panegyrized 30 29 PANEGYRIZE, to deliv...
paniculated 24 21 having or arranged i...
pantaletted 20 17 wearing pantalettes,...
pantalooned 18 18 PANTALOON [v]
paperbacked 28 28 PAPERBACK, to bring...
parabolised 23 19 PARABOLISE, to set f...
parabolized 26 28 PARABOLIZE, to set f...
paradropped 24 22 PARADROP, to deliver...
paraffinoid 24 22 of or like paraffin,...
paragraphed 25 22 PARAGRAPH, to split...
parallelled 24 19 PARALLEL, to be exte...
paralogised 22 18 PARALOGISE, to reaso...
paralogized 25 27 PARALOGIZE, to reaso...
paramastoid 21 18 situated near the ma...
paraphrased 24 20 PARAPHRASE, to resta...
parasitised 21 15 PARASITISE, to infes...
parasitized 24 24 PARASITIZE, to infes...
parathyroid 29 19 near the thyroid gla...
paratyphoid 31 22 a disease resembling...
parleyvooed 28 22 PARLEYVOO, (slang) t...
parlourmaid 23 20 a female servant in...
partialised 22 16 PARTIALISE, (Shakesp...
partialized 25 25 PARTIALIZE, (Shakesp...
partitioned 20 16 PARTITION, to divide...
pasquinaded 28 27 PASQUINADE, to compo...
passamented 20 19 PASSAMENT, to trim w...
passemented 20 19 PASSEMENT, to trim w...
passionated 19 16 PASSIONATE, to expre...
pasteurised 21 16 PASTEURISE, to treat...
pasteurized 24 25 PASTEURIZE, to treat...
pastureland 21 18 land used for pastur...
patchworked 30 27 PATCHWORK, in needle...
patrialised 22 16 PATRIALISE, to make...
patrialized 25 25 PATRIALIZE, to make...
pedestalled 22 18 PEDESTAL, to provide...
pediculated 25 21 stalked, also PEDICU...
pelletified 25 20 PELLETIFY, to make i...
penelopised 22 20 PENELOPISE, to undo...
penelopized 25 29 PENELOPIZE, to undo...
periphrased 25 20 PERIPHRASE, to use m...
pernoctated 22 19 PERNOCTATE, to pass...
peroxidised 27 23 PEROXIDISE, to oxidi...
peroxidized 30 32 PEROXIDIZE, to oxidi...
perpetrated 22 18 PERPETRATE, to bring...
perpetuated 22 19 PERPETUATE, to make...
personified 22 19 PERSONIFY, to be the...
perspirated 23 18 PERSPIRATE, to sweat...
perstringed 22 18 PERSTRINGE, (obsolet...
perturbated 23 19 PERTURBATE, to pertu...
petticoated 23 18 PETTICOAT [v]
pettifogged 25 22 PETTIFOG, to quibble...
phaenotyped 29 23 PHAENOTYPE, to categ...
philandered 23 20 PHILANDER, to engage...
phlegmonoid 25 24 of or like a phlegmo...
photobombed 27 26 PHOTOBOMB, to place...
photocopied 27 23 PHOTOCOPY, to make a...
photomapped 27 26 PHOTOMAP, to map by...
photoperiod 24 20 the period during ev...
photostated 22 17 PHOTOSTAT, to make f...
pickabacked 31 32 PICKABACK, to carry...
pickapacked 31 32 PICKAPACK, to carry...
piecemealed 24 22 PIECEMEAL, to divide...
pigeonholed 23 21 PIGEONHOLE, to place...
piggybacked 36 31 PIGGYBACK, to carry...
pilgrimaged 26 23 PILGRIMAGE, to go on...
pilgrimised 26 21 PILGRIMISE, to go on...
pilgrimized 29 30 PILGRIMIZE, to go on...
pitchforked 30 27 PITCHFORK, to toss w...
placekicked 30 30 PLACEKICK, to make a...
plagiarised 23 18 PLAGIARISE, to steal...
plagiarized 26 27 PLAGIARIZE, to steal...
plasmolysed 30 22 PLASMOLYSE, to under...
plasmolyzed 33 31 PLASMOLYZE, to under...
plasticated 25 19 covered with a layer...
plasticised 26 19 PLASTICISE, to make...
plasticized 29 28 PLASTICIZE, to make...
platemarked 23 23 PLATEMARK, to mark w...
polemicised 26 22 POLEMICISE, to argue...
polemicized 29 31 POLEMICIZE, to argue...
politicised 26 19 POLITICISE, to give...
politicized 29 28 POLITICIZE, to give...
polychromed 34 26 POLYCHROME, to colou...
polygamised 30 23 POLYGAMISE, to pract...
polygamized 33 32 POLYGAMIZE, to pract...
polygraphed 33 25 POLYGRAPH, to copy b...
polymerised 29 21 POLYMERISE, to make...
polymerized 32 30 POLYMERIZE, to make...
pompadoured 23 23 of hair, in the pomp...
poormouthed 23 21 POORMOUTH, to compla...
popularised 24 20 POPULARISE, to cater...
popularized 27 29 POPULARIZE, to cater...
postillated 23 17 POSTILLATE, to expla...
potentiated 19 16 POTENTIATE, to use d...
pragmatised 23 20 PRAGMATISE, to inter...
pragmatized 26 29 PRAGMATIZE, to inter...
preabsorbed 24 21 PREABSORB, to absorb...
preachified 28 23 PREACHIFY, to discou...
preadjusted 23 26 PREADJUST, to adjust...
preadmitted 22 19 PREADMIT, to admit b...
preallotted 22 17 PREALLOT, to allot b...
preapproved 26 25 PREAPPROVE, to appro...
prearranged 20 18 PREARRANGE, to arran...
preassigned 21 18 PREASSIGN, to assign...
precanceled 26 23 PRECANCEL, to cancel...
precedented 22 20 having a precedent,...
precensored 22 19 PRECENSOR, to censor...
precognised 24 21 PRECOGNISE, to know...
precognized 27 30 PRECOGNIZE, to know...
precomposed 26 24 PRECOMPOSE, to compo...
precomputed 27 25 PRECOMPUTE, to compu...
preconsumed 24 23 PRECONSUME, to consu...
predeceased 22 19 PREDECEASE, to die s...
prededucted 24 21 PREDEDUCT, to deduct...
predesigned 21 19 PREDESIGN, to design...
predestined 20 17 PREDESTINE, to decre...
predigested 22 18 PREDIGEST, to digest...
predilected 25 20 chosen in preference...
predisposed 23 19 PREDISPOSE, to dispo...
preexempted 29 28 PREEXEMPT, to exempt...
prefinanced 24 23 financed in advance...
preflighted 28 23 PREFLIGHT, to inspec...
prefocussed 26 22 PREFOCUS, to focus b...
prehardened 21 19 PREHARDEN, to harden...
preinformed 23 22 PREINFORM, to inform...
preinserted 20 16 PREINSERT, to insert...
prelaunched 26 23 PRELAUNCH, to launch...
premarketed 22 22 PREMARKET, to market...
premeasured 21 19 PREMEASURE, to measu...
premodified 24 22 PREMODIFY, to modify...
premonished 23 21 PREMONISH, to warn b...
prenotified 22 19 PRENOTIFY, to notify...
prenumbered 23 23 PRENUMBER, to number...
preobtained 21 19 PREOBTAIN, to obtain...
preoccupied 29 25 PREOCCUPY, to engros...
preordained 19 17 PREORDAIN, to ordain...
prepackaged 27 27 PREPACKAGE, to packa...
preprepared 24 21 prepared in advance...
prerecorded 23 19 PRERECORD, to record...
prereleased 20 16 PRERELEASE, to relea...
prerequired 29 25 PREREQUIRE, to requi...
prescreened 22 19 PRESCREEN, to screen...
preselected 24 19 PRESELECT, to select...
presignaled 22 19 PRESIGNAL, to signal...
pressurised 22 16 PRESSURISE, to place...
pressurized 25 25 PRESSURIZE, to place...
prestressed 21 15 PRESTRESS, to stress...
presupposed 25 22 PRESUPPOSE, to suppo...
presurveyed 29 22 PRESURVEY, to survey...
previsioned 22 20 PREVISION, to forese...
prioritised 22 15 PRIORITISE, to assig...
prioritized 25 24 PRIORITIZE, to assig...
privateered 22 19 PRIVATEER, to operat...
proctorised 24 18 PROCTORISE, to exerc...
proctorized 27 27 PROCTORIZE, to exerc...
profiteered 22 18 PROFITEER, to act as...
prologuised 23 19 PROLOGUISE, to speak...
prologuized 26 28 PROLOGUIZE, to speak...
prolongated 21 19 PROLONGATE, to prolo...
promulgated 24 22 PROMULGATE, to make...
prophethood 26 22 the state of being a...
propitiated 23 18 PROPITIATE, to rende...
prosauropod 22 19 a reptile-like dinos...
prostituted 22 16 PROSTITUTE, to offer...
proteolysed 27 18 PROTEOLYSE, to split...
prothalloid 25 19 relating to the prot...
protocolled 25 20 PROTOCOL, to draw up...
provendered 21 21 PROVENDER, to supply...
provisioned 22 20 PROVISION, to provid...
psalmodised 23 20 PSALMODISE, to pract...
psalmodized 26 29 PSALMODIZE, to pract...
pseudomonad 20 21 a virgate plant and...
pulpiteered 24 20 PULPITEER, to preach...
pumpkinseed 25 27 the seed of the pump...
punctulated 25 22 PUNCTULATE, to mark...
puppeteered 24 22 PUPPETEER, to operat...
puritanised 21 17 PURITANISE, to make...
puritanized 24 26 PURITANIZE, to make...
pussyfooted 29 21 PUSSYFOOT, to tread...
pycnogonoid 29 24 of or like a pycnogo...
quantitated 26 23 QUANTITATE, to make...
quarantined 25 24 QUARANTINE, to detai...
quitclaimed 33 29 QUITCLAIM, to draw u...
racketeered 21 19 RACKETEER, to run a...
radicalised 23 17 RADICALISE, to make...
radicalized 26 26 RADICALIZE, to make...
rainproofed 21 19 RAINPROOF, to make p...
rankshifted 24 22 RANKSHIFT, to shift...
ranshackled 25 23 RANSHACKLE, (Scott)...
rataplanned 19 18 RATAPLAN, to make a...
reacclaimed 26 22 REACCLAIM, to acclai...
reactivated 23 19 REACTIVATE, to activ...
readdressed 18 14 READDRESS, to addres...
reallocated 22 17 REALLOCATE, to alloc...
reappointed 21 19 REAPPOINT, to appoin...
reappraised 22 18 REAPPRAISE, to appra...
reassembled 22 19 REASSEMBLE, to assem...
reattempted 21 18 REATTEMPT, to attemp...
reblossomed 22 19 REBLOSSOM, to blosso...
recanalised 21 17 RECANALISE, to canal...
recanalized 24 26 RECANALIZE, to canal...
recataloged 22 18 RECATALOG, to catalo...
recautioned 20 17 RECAUTION, to cautio...
recertified 24 18 RECERTIFY, to certif...
rechanneled 22 20 RECHANNEL, to channe...
rechartered 23 17 RECHARTER, to charte...
recollected 26 20 RECOLLECT, to rememb...
recolonised 21 17 RECOLONISE, to colon...
recolonized 24 26 RECOLONIZE, to colon...
recomforted 24 21 RECOMFORT, (archaic)...
recommenced 25 25 RECOMMENCE, to comme...
recommended 22 23 RECOMMEND, to commen...
recommitted 24 21 RECOMMIT, to commit...
recompacted 27 24 RECOMPACT, to compac...
recompensed 23 22 RECOMPENSE, to give...
reconceived 25 23 RECONCEIVE, to conce...
recondensed 19 18 RECONDENSE, to conde...
reconducted 24 21 RECONDUCT, to conduc...
reconferred 22 19 RECONFER, to confer...
reconfirmed 24 22 RECONFIRM, to confir...
reconnected 22 20 RECONNECT, to connec...
reconquered 28 26 RECONQUER, to conque...
reconsigned 21 19 RECONSIGN, to consig...
reconsulted 22 18 RECONSULT, to consul...
recontacted 23 19 RECONTACT, to contac...
recontinued 20 18 RECONTINUE, to conti...
recontoured 20 17 RECONTOUR, to contou...
reconverted 22 20 RECONVERT, to conver...
reconvicted 26 23 RECONVICT, to convic...
reconvinced 25 24 RECONVINCE, to convi...
recrudesced 25 20 RECRUDESCE, of a dis...
recuperated 23 19 RECUPERATE, to get b...
redecorated 20 16 REDECORATE, to decor...
rededicated 21 17 REDEDICATE, to dedic...
redelivered 21 18 REDELIVER, to delive...
redeposited 20 16 REDEPOSIT, to deposi...
redescended 20 18 REDESCEND, to descen...
redescribed 24 19 REDESCRIBE, to descr...
redeveloped 22 21 REDEVELOP, to develo...
redigressed 20 15 REDIGRESS, to digres...
redisbursed 22 17 REDISBURSE, (Spenser...
rediscussed 23 17 REDISCUSS, to discus...
redisplayed 28 19 REDISPLAY, to displa...
redissolved 22 18 REDISSOLVE, to disso...
redistilled 22 15 REDISTIL, to distil...
reenergised 18 15 REENERGISE, to give...
reenergized 21 24 REENERGIZE, to give...
reenthroned 18 16 REENTHRONE, to enthr...
reescalated 21 16 REESCALATE, to escal...
reestimated 19 15 REESTIMATE, to estim...
reevaluated 20 18 REEVALUATE, to evalu...
reexhibited 29 24 REEXHIBIT, to exhibi...
reexplained 26 24 REEXPLAIN, to explai...
reexpressed 26 22 REEXPRESS, to expres...
refashioned 21 18 REFASHION, to fashio...
reformatted 21 18 REFORMAT, to change...
refortified 23 18 REFORTIFY, to fortif...
refractured 24 19 REFRACTURE, to fract...
refreshened 21 18 REFRESHEN, to refres...
refurbished 26 21 REFURBISH, to furbis...
refurnished 23 19 REFURNISH, to furnis...
regenerated 17 15 REGENERATE, to gener...
reglorified 23 18 REGLORIFY, to glorif...
reguerdoned 18 17 REGUERDON, (Shakespe...
regularised 21 16 REGULARISE, to make...
regularized 24 25 REGULARIZE, to make...
rehumanised 21 19 REHUMANISE, to make...
rehumanized 24 28 REHUMANIZE, to make...
reillumined 22 19 REILLUMINE, to illum...
reimplanted 22 20 REIMPLANT, to implan...
reincreased 20 16 REINCREASE, to incre...
reinhabited 22 18 REINHABIT, to inhabi...
reinitiated 18 13 REINITIATE, to initi...
reinspected 23 19 REINSPECT, to inspec...
reinstalled 20 15 REINSTALL [v]
rejustified 24 25 REJUSTIFY, to justif...
rejuvenated 21 27 REJUVENATE, to make...
rejuvenised 22 27 REJUVENISE, to rejuv...
rejuvenized 25 36 REJUVENIZE, to rejuv...
relacquered 30 26 RELACQUER, to lacque...
relativised 22 17 RELATIVISE, to make...
relativized 25 26 RELATIVIZE, to treat...
relaundered 18 16 RELAUNDER, to launde...
reliquefied 30 26 RELIQUEFY, to liquef...
remaindered 18 17 REMAINDER, to sell a...
remobilised 23 19 REMOBILISE, to mobil...
remobilized 26 28 REMOBILIZE, to mobil...
remoistened 18 16 REMOISTEN, to moiste...
remonetised 18 16 REMONETISE, to reest...
remonetized 21 25 REMONETIZE, to reest...
remoralised 20 16 REMORALISE, to resto...
remoralized 23 25 REMORALIZE, to resto...
remortgaged 21 19 REMORTGAGE, to mortg...
remotivated 21 19 REMOTIVATE, to motiv...
remunerated 18 17 REMUNERATE, to pay a...
renditioned 17 15 RENDITION, to surren...
renominated 17 17 RENOMINATE, to nomin...
reorganised 18 15 REORGANISE, to organ...
reorganized 21 24 REORGANIZE, to organ...
reoutfitted 21 16 REOUTFIT, to outfit...
repaginated 20 18 REPAGINATE, to pagin...
repatriated 20 15 REPATRIATE, to resto...
repatterned 19 16 REPATTERN, to patter...
repercussed 24 19 REPERCUSS, to reverb...
repigmented 22 21 REPIGMENT, to pigmen...
replastered 21 16 REPLASTER, to plaste...
replenished 23 19 REPLENISH, to fill a...
repolarised 21 16 REPOLARISE, to polar...
repolarized 24 25 REPOLARIZE, to polar...
repopulated 23 20 REPOPULATE, to popul...
repossessed 20 15 REPOSSESS, to posses...
reprehended 21 19 REPREHEND, to rebuke...
represented 19 16 REPRESENT, to exhibi...
reprimanded 21 20 REPRIMAND, to scold,...
reprocessed 23 18 REPROCESS, to proces...
reprogramed 22 20 REPROGRAM, to progra...
republished 27 22 REPUBLISH, to publis...
repurchased 26 21 REPURCHASE, to buy b...
requalified 30 26 REQUALIFY, to qualif...
requickened 30 30 REQUICKEN, (Shakespe...
reregulated 20 16 REREGULATE, to regul...
rescheduled 25 20 RESCHEDULE, to sched...
resentenced 19 17 RESENTENCE, to sente...
reservoired 20 16 RESERVOIR, to keep a...
resharpened 21 18 RESHARPEN, to sharpe...
respecified 26 21 RESPECIFY, to specif...
restationed 17 13 RESTATION, to statio...
restretched 24 17 RESTRETCH, to stretc...
resubjected 26 28 RESUBJECT, to subjec...
resubmitted 23 19 RESUBMIT, to submit...
resurrected 22 16 RESURRECT, to bring...
resuspended 20 18 RESUSPEND, to suspen...
reswallowed 26 20 RESWALLOW, to swallo...
retestified 21 15 RETESTIFY, to testif...
reticulated 23 17 RETICULATE, to inter...
retightened 21 17 RETIGHTEN, to tighte...
retrodicted 22 16 RETRODICT, to utiliz...
retrofitted 21 15 RETROFIT, to furnish...
retroflexed 27 23 RETROFLEX, to bend b...
retrograded 19 15 RETROGRADE, to cause...
retrojected 23 24 RETROJECT, to throw...
retroverted 20 16 RETROVERT, to turn b...
revalidated 21 18 REVALIDATE, to valid...
revalorised 21 17 REVALORISE, to give...
revalorized 24 26 REVALORIZE, to give...
revarnished 22 19 REVARNISH, to varnis...
revegetated 20 18 REVEGETATE, to veget...
revictualed 25 21 REVICTUAL, to victua...
revitalised 22 17 REVITALISE, to give...
revitalized 25 26 REVITALIZE, to give...
rhapsodised 23 18 RHAPSODISE, to utter...
rhapsodized 26 27 RHAPSODIZE, to utter...
rhinestoned 19 16 adorned with rhinest...
ricochetted 27 20 RICOCHET, to rebound...
ringstraked 21 19 of an animal, insect...
roadblocked 25 24 ROADBLOCK, to bar by...
rontgenised 18 16 RONTGENISE, to treat...
rontgenized 21 25 RONTGENIZE, to treat...
rotographed 23 19 ROTOGRAPH, to make a...
roughcasted 25 20 ROUGHCAST, to cover...
roughhoused 24 20 ROUGHHOUSE, to brawl...
roughnecked 25 25 ROUGHNECK, to work a...
roundarched 23 20 ROUNDARCH [v]
roundheaded 19 18 having a round head...
rustproofed 23 19 RUSTPROOF, to make r...
saccharated 26 20 converted to a salt...
saccharised 27 20 SACCHARISE, to conve...
saccharized 30 29 SACCHARIZE, to conve...
sacramented 21 19 SACRAMENT, to bind b...
safeguarded 21 19 SAFEGUARD, to keep s...
sailboarded 21 17 SAILBOARD, to use a...
salicylated 30 19 SALICYLATE, to treat...
sandblasted 21 18 SANDBLAST, to clean...
sanderswood 20 17 sandalwood, esp. red...
sandpapered 21 20 SANDPAPER, to smooth...
sarcomatoid 22 18 like a sarcoma, a tu...
scandalised 22 18 SCANDALISE, to offen...
scandalized 25 27 SCANDALIZE, to offen...
scapegoated 23 20 SCAPEGOAT, to make a...
scarabaeoid 22 18 any of various kinds...
scattergood 22 17 a spendthrift [n -S]
scavengered 23 22 SCAVENGER, to act as...
schematised 25 20 SCHEMATISE, to make...
schematized 28 29 SCHEMATIZE, to make...
schemozzled 32 39 SCHEMOZZLE, (Yiddish...
schnorkeled 25 23 SCHNORKEL, (German)...
schoolchild 32 24 a child attending sc...
sclerotioid 23 16 of, relating to, or...
sclerotised 23 16 SCLEROTISE, to harde...
sclerotized 26 25 SCLEROTIZE, to harde...
scorpaenoid 22 19 any member of the sc...
scrapbooked 26 25 SCRAPBOOK, to keep c...
scratchcard 31 23 a type of lottery ca...
scrimshawed 29 23 SCRIMSHAW, to orname...
scriveboard 26 22 a shipbuilder's draw...
scrutinised 23 17 SCRUTINISE, to exami...
scrutinized 26 26 SCRUTINIZE, to exami...
scutellated 24 18 shaped like a platte...
sectionised 21 16 SECTIONISE, to secti...
sectionized 24 25 SECTIONIZE, to secti...
secularised 23 17 SECULARISE, to conve...
secularized 26 26 SECULARIZE, to conve...
securitised 23 16 SECURITISE, to make...
securitized 26 25 SECURITIZE, to make...
sedigitated 20 15 six-fingered [adj]
semicircled 28 22 enclosed within a se...
semideified 22 19 SEMIDEIFY, to make s...
semiretired 20 15 working only parttim...
semiskilled 24 21 having or requiring...
sensualised 19 15 SENSUALISE, to make...
sensualized 22 24 SENSUALIZE, to make...
sentinelled 19 16 SENTINEL, to stand g...
sepulchered 27 22 SEPULCHER, to place...
sequestered 26 22 SEQUESTER, to set ap...
serpentined 19 17 SERPENTINE, to wind...
serpentised 20 16 SERPENTISE, to wind;...
serpentized 23 25 SERPENTIZE, to wind;...
servanthood 21 19 the state of being a...
severalfold 24 21 having several parts...
shadowboxed 31 28 SHADOWBOX, to practi...
sheetrocked 24 21 SHEETROCK, to cover...
sherardised 21 15 SHERARDISE, to coat...
sherardized 24 24 SHERARDIZE, to coat...
shipwrecked 31 27 SHIPWRECK, to underg...
shirttailed 23 15 SHIRTTAIL, to make a...
shittimwood 26 20 the wood of the shit...
shlemozzled 30 37 SHLEMOZZLE, (Yiddish...
shockheaded 26 24 having a head of bus...
shootaround 19 16 an informal basketba...
shorthaired 23 16 having short hair [a...
shorthanded 22 18 having, working with...
shortlisted 23 15 SHORTLIST, to includ...
shovelboard 25 22 an old game in which...
shrubberied 26 21 having a shrubbery [...
sideslipped 25 20 SIDESLIP, to slip to...
sidestepped 23 19 SIDESTEP, to step to...
sidetracked 23 20 SIDETRACK, to divert...
silhouetted 22 16 SILHOUETTE, to repre...
siliconised 23 17 of glassware, treate...
siliconized 26 26 of glassware, treate...
simulcasted 25 20 SIMULCAST, to broadc...
sipunculoid 26 22 a kind of marine wor...
skimboarded 23 23 SKIMBOARD, to use a...
skyrocketed 30 25 SKYROCKET, to go up...
slaughtered 23 18 SLAUGHTER, to kill,...
sleepwalked 26 24 SLEEPWALK, to walk i...
slenderised 19 15 SLENDERISE, to make...
slenderized 22 24 SLENDERIZE, to make...
sleuthhound 24 20 a bloodhound; (collo...
slipcovered 27 23 SLIPCOVER, to cover...
slipsheeted 24 18 SLIPSHEET, to insert...
sloganeered 18 16 SLOGANEER, to invent...
slumberland 24 22 the state of slumber...
smifligated 25 21 SMIFLIGATE, Charles...
smoothbored 23 20 of a gun, having a s...
smorgasbord 23 20 (Norwegian) a buffet...
snapshotted 22 18 SNAPSHOT, to photogr...
snowboarded 22 20 SNOWBOARD, to use a...
snowmobiled 25 23 SNOWMOBILE, to trave...
softhearted 22 17 emotionally responsi...
solemnified 22 20 SOLEMNIFY, to make s...
solubilised 24 18 SOLUBILISE, to rende...
solubilized 27 27 SOLUBILIZE, to rende...
somatotyped 27 20 SOMATOTYPE, to place...
somersetted 19 15 SOMERSET, a leap in...
spacewalked 28 26 SPACEWALK, to walk i...
spaniolated 20 17 SPANIOLATE, to hispa...
spaniolised 21 17 SPANIOLISE, to hispa...
spaniolized 24 26 SPANIOLIZE, to hispa...
spearfished 25 20 SPEARFISH, to hunt f...
spearheaded 21 18 SPEARHEAD, to lead a...
specialised 25 19 SPECIALISE, to make...
specialized 28 28 SPECIALIZE, to make...
speechified 28 23 SPEECHIFY, to make l...
speedballed 24 21 SPEEDBALL, to take c...
sphacelated 26 21 SPHACELATE, to cause...
spiflicated 28 22 SPIFLICATE, to overc...
splashboard 26 21 a mudguard; a dashbo...
splayfooted 29 21 having splayed feet...
spotlighted 26 20 SPOTLIGHT, to highli...
springboard 24 21 a flexible board usu...
sprinklered 23 21 SPRINKLER, to water...
squirrelled 30 24 SQUIRREL, to store u...
stalactited 23 16 having stalactites [...
stanchelled 25 20 STANCHEL, to support...
stanchioned 22 19 STANCHION, to suppor...
staphylinid 31 21 a kind of beetle aka...
starboarded 20 16 STARBOARD, to put or...
starlighted 24 17 lighted by the stars...
statemented 18 16 STATEMENT, to take a...
steamrolled 21 17 STEAMROLL, to crush...
stercorated 21 15 STERCORATE, to defec...
stereoblind 21 17 having two-dimension...
stereotyped 26 17 STEREOTYPE, to make...
stigmatised 22 17 STIGMATISE, to mark...
stigmatized 25 26 STIGMATIZE, to mark...
stoneground 18 17 of flour, ground wit...
stonewalled 22 18 STONEWALL, of a bats...
stonewashed 22 18 STONEWASH, to wash w...
stormstayed 26 17 isolated or unable t...
straitlaced 23 16 excessively strict i...
straphanged 23 20 STRAPHANG, of a pass...
strappadoed 22 19 STRAPPADO, to tortur...
strategised 20 14 STRATEGISE, to devis...
strategized 23 23 STRATEGIZE, to devis...
streamlined 20 17 STREAMLINE, to desig...
stretchered 24 17 STRETCHER, to carry...
stridulated 21 15 STRIDULATE, to make...
strikebound 22 21 subjected to a strik...
stringboard 22 18 a board that covers...
strobilated 22 16 STROBILATE, to under...
strongarmed 20 18 STRONGARM, to use fo...
strongyloid 27 18 a strongyl, a parasi...
strychnined 30 21 STRYCHNINE, to poiso...
subcultured 27 22 SUBCULTURE, to creat...
subemployed 31 25 employed by a subcon...
subinfeuded 23 22 SUBINFEUD, to grant...
sublicensed 25 21 SUBLICENSE, to licen...
substandard 21 18 deviating from or fa...
substituted 23 17 SUBSTITUTE, to put o...
substracted 25 19 SUBSTRACT, to subtra...
substructed 26 20 SUBSTRUCT, to build...
subtotalled 23 18 SUBTOTAL, to total a...
sugarcoated 22 18 SUGARCOAT, to coat w...
sulfuretted 23 18 SULFURET, to treat w...
sulphonated 23 20 SULPHONATE, to conve...
sulphurated 25 20 SULPHURATE, to combi...
sulphureted 25 20 SULPHURET, to treat...
sulphurised 26 20 SULPHURISE, to combi...
sulphurized 29 29 SULPHURIZE, to combi...
sunbonneted 18 19 SUNBONNET [v]
sundrenched 23 21 exposed to much sun...
superabound 22 21 to be superabundant...
supercoiled 25 20 SUPERCOIL, to create...
supercooled 24 20 SUPERCOOL, to cool a...
superfatted 23 19 of soap, having an e...
superheated 22 18 SUPERHEAT, to heat t...
superintend 20 18 to have or exercise...
supplicated 28 23 SUPPLICAT [v]
surfboarded 23 20 SURFBOARD, to surf o...
surrebutted 22 17 SURREBUT, to reply t...
surrejoined 20 23 SURREJOIN, to reply,...
surrendered 18 15 SURRENDER, to yield,...
surtarbrand 21 17 (Icelandic) a lignit...
surturbrand 22 18 (Icelandic) a lignit...
suspendered 20 18 SUSPENDER [v]
suspicioned 24 20 SUSPICION, to suspec...
sustentated 18 14 SUSTENTATE, to susta...
swellheaded 25 20 conceited [adj]
switchboard 30 23 a board or frame bea...
syllabified 32 22 SYLLABIFY, to divide...
symmetrised 28 20 SYMMETRISE, to make...
symmetrized 31 29 SYMMETRIZE, to make...
sympathised 31 22 SYMPATHISE, to be in...
sympathized 34 31 SYMPATHIZE, to be in...
syncretised 28 18 SYNCRETISE, to becom...
syncretized 31 27 SYNCRETIZE, to becom...
synonymised 31 21 SYNONYMISE, to make...
synonymized 34 30 SYNONYMIZE, to make...
synthesised 27 17 SYNTHESIS [v]
synthesized 30 26 SYNTHESIZE, to combi...
synthetised 27 17 SYNTHETISE, to put t...
synthetized 30 26 SYNTHETIZE, to put t...
tabernacled 23 20 TABERNACLE, to sojou...
tabletopped 25 22 having a tabletop [a...
tabularised 22 17 TABULARISE, to tabul...
tabularized 25 26 TABULARIZE, to tabul...
tailspinned 21 18 TAILSPIN, to perform...
tarantaraed 16 13 TARANTARA, to make t...
tarboggined 22 20 TARBOGGIN, to sledge...
tattletaled 20 14 TATTLETALE, to tell...
tearstained 17 13 marked with tears [a...
technicised 27 21 TECHNICISE, to rende...
technicized 30 30 TECHNICIZE, to rende...
teeterboard 19 15 a seesaw; a board wh...
teetotalled 19 14 TEETOTAL, to practis...
telecommand 23 23 the operation of mac...
telegrammed 22 21 TELEGRAM, to send a...
telegraphed 24 20 TELEGRAPH, to transm...
telemetered 19 16 TELEMETER, to measur...
teleprinted 21 17 TELEPRINT, to print...
teleshopped 25 21 TELESHOP, to shop by...
telluretted 21 15 combined with tellur...
tenebrionid 19 17 a dark-coloured noct...
tentaculoid 22 18 like a tentacle [adj...
terraformed 21 18 TERRAFORM, to make (...
territoried 19 12 having territory [ad...
tessellated 20 14 TESSELLATE, to cover...
testcrossed 22 15 TESTCROSS, to make a...
testimonied 19 16 TESTIMONY, (Shakespe...
theaterland 20 16 the main theatre dis...
theatreland 20 16 the main theatre dis...
theologised 22 17 THEOLOGISE, to make...
theologized 25 26 THEOLOGIZE, to make...
thermalised 23 18 THERMALISE, to reduc...
thermalized 26 27 THERMALIZE, to reduc...
thickheaded 27 24 stupid [adj]
thimbleweed 28 24 any of various anemo...
thitherward 27 19 in that direction, a...
threepeated 21 17 THREEPEAT, to win a...
thumbtacked 29 28 THUMBTACK, to fasten...
thunderbird 24 20 in North American In...
thunderhead 22 19 a thunder cloud [n -...
tightfisted 26 19 reluctant to part wi...
timestamped 23 21 TIMESTAMP, (of a com...
toddlerhood 21 17 the state of being a...
topstitched 27 20 TOPSTITCH, to make a...
tractorfeed 23 18 the automatic moveme...
trademarked 20 20 TRADEMARK, to mark w...
traitorhood 20 14 the state of being a...
trampolined 22 20 TRAMPOLIN [v]
transcended 20 18 TRANSCEND, to surpas...
transcribed 24 19 TRANSCRIBE, to make...
transfected 23 19 TRANSFECT, to cause...
transferred 20 16 TRANSFER, to move fr...
transformed 21 19 TRANSFORM, to change...
transhipped 25 21 TRANSHIP, to transfe...
transmitted 20 16 TRANSMIT, to send fr...
transported 20 16 TRANSPORT, to convey...
transshaped 22 18 TRANSSHAPE, to chang...
transvalued 21 19 TRANSVALUE, to reest...
transversed 20 17 TRANSVERSE, to cross...
transvested 20 17 TRANSVEST, to disgui...
traumatised 20 16 TRAUMATISE, to infli...
traumatized 23 25 TRAUMATIZE, to infli...
trichinised 25 18 TRICHINISE, to infes...
trichinized 28 27 TRICHINIZE, to infes...
trichinosed 24 18 TRICHINOSE, to infes...
trichomonad 24 21 any of various flage...
tricoloured 23 17 having three colours...
tricornered 21 16 having three corners...
trifoliated 22 16 having three leaves...
trifurcated 25 19 TRIFURCATE, to divid...
trihydrated 28 17 like a trihydrate [a...
triplicated 26 19 TRIPLICATE, to make...
tripudiated 22 17 TRIPUDIATE, to dance...
trivialised 23 17 TRIVIALISE, to make...
trivialized 26 26 TRIVIALIZE, to make...
trombiculid 28 23 any member of the mi...
truehearted 20 15 faithful, loyal [adj...
trumpetweed 25 22 any of various eupat...
truncheoned 22 20 TRUNCHEON, to strike...
tuberculoid 26 21 resembling tuberculo...
tumultuated 22 19 TUMULTUATE, (archaic...
turpentined 20 18 TURPENTINE, to treat...
tweedledeed 21 18 TWEEDLEDEE, (Scots)...
typographed 32 24 TYPOGRAPH, to produc...
tyroglyphid 39 24 a mite of the genus...
ultraheated 21 16 ULTRAHEAT, to heat t...
umbilicated 27 23 having an umbilicus,...
unabolished 23 20 not abolished [adj]
unabrogated 20 19 not abrogated [adj]
unaccounted 23 22 not accounted [adj]
unaddressed 18 16 not having an addres...
unalienated 17 16 not alienated [adj]
unallocated 22 19 not allocated [adj]
unamortised 19 17 not amortised [adj]
unamortized 22 26 not amortized [adj]
unamplified 25 24 not amplified [adj]
unannotated 15 16 not annotated [adj]
unannounced 18 21 not announced [adj]
unappointed 21 21 not appointed [adj]
unaspirated 20 17 not aspirated [adj]
unassembled 22 21 not assembled [adj]
unattainted 17 15 not attainted [adj]
unattempted 21 20 not attempted [adj]
unaugmented 19 21 not augmented [adj]
unautomated 18 18 not automated [adj]
unballasted 22 19 not loaded with ball...
unbeneficed 24 24 not possessed of a b...
unbenefited 21 21 not benefited, also...
unbenighted 23 22 not benighted [adj]
unblemished 25 23 not blemished [adj]
unblindfold 25 24 to remove a blindfol...
unbracketed 24 24 not bracketed [adj]
unburnished 23 21 not burnished [adj]
unburthened 22 21 UNBURTHEN, (archaic)...
uncalcified 28 24 not calcified [adj]
uncalloused 23 20 not calloused [adj]
uncancelled 25 23 not cancelled, also...
uncanonised 19 19 UNCANONISE, to depri...
uncanonized 22 28 UNCANONIZE, to depri...
uncaptioned 22 21 not captioned [adj]
uncastrated 21 17 not castrated [adj]
uncataloged 22 20 not cataloged, also...
uncertified 24 20 not certified [adj]
unchanneled 22 22 not channeled, also...
unchartered 23 19 not chartered [adj]
unchastened 22 20 not chastened [adj]
unchastised 24 19 not chastised, also...
unchastized 27 28 not chastized, also...
uncivilised 26 22 not civilised, also...
uncivilized 29 31 not civilised, also...
unclarified 25 21 not clarified [adj]
uncluttered 23 19 UNCLUTTER, to rid of...
uncoalesced 24 21 UNCOALESCE, to disin...
uncollected 26 22 not collected [adj]
uncomforted 24 23 not comforted [adj]
uncommended 22 25 not commended [adj]
uncommitted 24 23 not committed [adj]
uncompacted 27 26 not compacted [adj]
uncompanied 23 24 unaccompanied [adj]
uncompelled 26 25 not compelled [adj]
uncompleted 25 24 not completed [adj]
unconcealed 23 22 not concealed [adj]
unconceived 25 25 not conceived [adj]
unconcerned 22 22 not involved [adj UN...
unconcerted 23 21 not concerted [adj]
unconcocted 26 24 not concocted [adj]
unconfessed 22 21 not having been conf...
unconfirmed 24 24 not confirmed [adj]
uncongealed 21 21 UNCONGEAL, to thaw;...
unconnected 22 22 not connected [adj U...
unconquered 28 28 not conquered [adj]
uncontemned 20 22 (Shakespeare) not de...
uncontested 20 18 not contested [adj]
uncontrived 23 22 not contrived [adj]
unconverted 22 22 not converted [adj]
unconvicted 26 25 not convicted [adj]
unconvinced 25 26 not convinced [adj]
uncorrected 24 20 not corrected [adj]
uncorrupted 24 21 UNCORRUPT [v]
uncuckolded 27 27 not cuckolded [adj]
uncurtailed 23 19 not curtailed [adj]
uncurtained 21 19 UNCURTAIN, to remove...
undebauched 25 24 not debauched [adj]
undecorated 20 18 not decorated [adj]
undedicated 21 19 not dedicated [adj]
undelegated 19 18 not delegated [adj]
undelighted 23 20 UNDELIGHT [v]
undelivered 21 20 not delivered [adj]
undepressed 20 18 not depressed [adj]
underbudded 21 21 UNDERBUD, to bud fro...
underbushed 23 21 UNDERBUSH, to clear...
undercoated