6 letter words that end with D

6 letter words that end with D

6 letter D word

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abased 11 10 ABASE, to lower in r...
abated 11 10 ABATE, to reduce in...
abided 12 11 ABIDE, to wait for;...
aboard 11 10 on board [adv]
aboded 11 11 ABODE, to presage, f...
abound 11 12 to exist in great pl...
abraid 12 10 (Spenser) to awake,...
abroad 11 10 in or to a foreign c...
absurd 13 11 the condition of man...
abused 12 11 ABUSE, to revile or...
acarid 13 10 a member of the mite...
accend 15 14 (obsolete) to kindle...
accord 16 13 to bring into agreem...
adawed 12 11 ADAW, (Spenser) to d...
addend 9 10 an amount to be adde...
addled 11 10 ADDLE, to confuse [v...
adland 10 10 an idealised land po...
adored 9 8 ADORE, to love deepl...
adread 9 8 (obsolete) to dread...
adward 13 11 (Spenser) to award [...
aefald 12 11 onefold, also AEFAUL...
aeried 9 7 having aeries, e.g....
afawld 16 14 onefold, also AEFALD...
afeard 11 10 (Shakespeare) afraid...
affied 14 13 AFFY, (obsolete) to...
afford 14 13 to have sufficient m...
afield 13 11 in the field [adv]
afraid 12 10 struck with fear [ad...
agamid 12 12 a kind of tropical l...
agazed 13 18 (Shakespeare) struck...
agreed 10 9 AGREE, to have the s...
airned 9 8 AIRN, to iron [v]
airted 10 7 AIRT, to direct, als...
aisled 11 8 having aisles [adj]
alated 10 8 having wings, also A...
alayed 16 10 ALAY, to quell, also...
aleyed 16 10 ALEYE, to quell, als...
algoid 12 10 of the nature of, or...
alidad 11 9 a device used in ang...
alined 10 9 ALINE, to arrange in...
aliped 13 11 an animal with winge...
allied 12 9 ALLY, to join by mar...
almond 11 12 a kind of edible nut...
amated 10 10 AMATE, (archaic) to...
amazed 13 19 AMAZE, to overwhelm...
ambled 14 14 AMBLE, to saunter [v...
amened 9 11 AMEN, to conclude pr...
amoved 12 14 AMOVE, (obsolete) to...
amused 11 11 AMUSE, to entertain...
aneled 9 9 ANELE, to anoint wit...
angled 11 11 ANGLE, to with hook...
ankled 11 13 ANKLE, to walk [v]
anteed 8 8 ANTE, to put a fixed...
aoudad 9 9 a North African wild...
appaid 14 13 APPAY, to satisfy, a...
appayd 20 15 APPAY, to satisfy, a...
append 13 14 to add on to [v -ED,...
aramid 11 10 a strong lightweight...
arched 15 12 ARCH, to bend like a...
arcked 14 14 ARC, to make an elec...
argand 10 10 a gas lamp named aft...
argled 12 10 ARGLE, to argue [v]
argued 11 10 ARGUE, to discuss wi...
ariled 11 8 having an aril, also...
around 9 9 on all sides [prep]
ascend 12 11 to go or move upward...
atoned 8 8 ATONE, to make amend...
attend 9 8 to be present at [v...
augend 10 11 a number to which an...
autoed 9 8 AUTO, to ride in an...
avaled 12 12 AVALE, (obsolete) to...
avised 12 11 AVISE, to advise, al...
avized 15 20 AVIZE, to advise, al...
avowed 14 14 AVOW, to declare [v]
avyzed 21 22 AVYZE, to advise, al...
awaked 13 14 AWAKE, to rouse from...
axised 16 14 having an axis [adj]
axseed 15 14 a kind of vetch, aka...
ayword 19 12 (Shakespeare) a bywo...
azoted 12 16 combined with azote,...
babied 14 13 BABY, to treat like...
bached 17 15 BACH, to live as a b...
backed 16 17 BACK, to help or sup...
badged 13 13 BADGE, to supply wit...
baffed 16 16 BAFF, in golf, to st...
bagged 14 14 BAG, to put in a pou...
bailed 13 11 BAIL, to set free by...
baited 12 10 BAIT, to set a trap...
baized 15 19 BAIZE, to cover with...
balded 13 12 BALD, to lose one's...
balked 14 15 BALK, to refrain fro...
ballad 14 12 a slow, sentimental...
balled 14 12 BALL, to form into a...
balmed 14 14 BALM, to embalm [v]
bammed 14 16 BAM, to hoax or chea...
banded 11 12 BAND, to decorate wi...
banged 12 13 BANG, to make a loud...
banked 12 15 BANK, to deposit mon...
banned 10 12 BAN, to forbid or pr...
banted 11 11 BANT, to diet [v]
barbed 14 13 BARB, to pierce with...
barded 12 11 BARDE, to cover a ho...
barfed 14 13 BARF, (colloquial) t...
barged 13 12 BARGE, to push one's...
barked 13 14 BARK, to make a soun...
barned 11 11 BARN, to store in a...
barred 12 10 BARRE, to execute ba...
bashed 14 12 BASH, to strike [v]
basked 13 14 BASK, to relax in pl...
bassed 12 10 BASSE [v]
basted 12 10 BASTE, to keep (meat...
batard 12 10 a birchbark canoe [n...
bathed 14 12 BATHE, to wash by im...
batted 12 10 BAT, to hit a ball w...
bauked 13 15 BAUK, to refrain fro...
bawled 16 14 BAWL, to shout or cr...
bayard 18 12 a bay horse, or hors...
bayted 18 12 BAYT, (Spenser) to b...
bazzed 18 28 BAZZ, to throw (as a...
beaded 11 11 BEAD, to adorn with...
beaked 12 14 having a beak [adj]
beamed 12 13 BEAM, to emit a ray...
beaned 10 11 BEAN, to hit on the...
beared 11 10 BEAR, to endure [v]
becked 16 17 BECK, to beckon [v]
bedded 12 12 BED, to provide with...
bedrid 13 11 (obsolete) confined...
bedyed 18 13 BEDYE, to dye or sta...
beefed 13 13 BEEF, to grumble [v]
beeped 13 13 BEEP, to honk a horn...
beeted 11 10 BEET, to improve or...
befeld 15 14 BEFALL, to happen or...
begged 14 14 BEG, to ask for [v]
begild 15 13 to gild [v BEGILT or...
begird 14 12 (archaic) to bind wi...
beglad 14 13 to make glad [v BEGL...
behead 13 12 to cut off the head...
beheld 15 13 BEHOLD, to view [v]
behind 14 13 the buttocks [n -S]
behold 15 13 to view [v BEHELD, B...
beined 11 11 BEIN, to fill [v]
belaud 13 12 to laud or praise gr...
beleed 12 11 BELEE, to put on the...
belied 13 11 BELIE, to misreprese...
belled 14 12 BELL, to provide wit...
belted 13 11 BELT, to thrash with...
bended 11 12 BEND, to curve [v]
bermed 13 13 BERM, to provide a b...
besped 14 13 BESPEED, to help on...
bestad 12 10 (Spenser) beset by,...
bested 12 10 BEST, to outdo [v]
bestud 13 11 to adorn with dots [...
betrod 12 10 BETREAD, to walk upo...
betted 12 10 BET, to wager [v]
beyond 17 13 the unknown, the her...
biased 12 10 BIAS, to cause to in...
bibbed 17 16 BIB, to tipple [v]
biffed 17 16 BIFF, to strike hard...
bifold 16 14 a two-piece door [n...
bigged 15 14 BIG, to build [v]
bilged 15 13 BILGE, to spring a l...
bilked 15 15 BILK, to avoid payin...
billed 15 12 BILL, to charge some...
binged 13 13 BINGE, to eat or dri...
binned 11 12 BIN, to store in a l...
birded 13 11 BIRD, to hunt birds...
birled 14 11 BIRLE, to carouse, a...
birred 13 10 BIRR, to make a whir...
birsed 13 10 BIRSE, to bruise [v]
bitted 13 10 BITT, to secure a ca...
bladed 13 12 having a blade [adj]
blahed 15 13 BLAH, to talk stupid...
blamed 14 14 BLAME, to find fault...
blared 13 11 BLARE, to sound loud...
blated 13 11 BLATE, to babble [v]
blawed 16 14 BLAW, (Scots) to blo...
blazed 16 20 BLAZE, to burn with...
blowed 16 14 BLOW, to propel by a...
blumed 15 15 BLUME, to blossom [v...
boaked 12 14 BOAK, to belch, vomi...
boated 11 10 BOAT, to travel on a...
bobbed 16 16 BOB, to move quickly...
bocked 16 17 BOCK, to belch, also...
bodged 13 13 BODGE, to patch up [...
bodied 12 11 BODY, to give form t...
boffed 16 16 BOFF, to hit, strike...
bogged 14 14 BOG, to sink into a...
bogied 13 12 BOGIE, (Australian s...
bogled 14 13 BOGLE, to perform th...
boiled 13 11 BOIL, to pass rapidl...
bolded 13 12 BOLD, to make type b...
bolled 14 12 BOLL, to form pods [...
bolted 13 11 BOLT, to run away [v...
bombed 15 16 BOMB, to attack with...
bonded 11 12 BOND, to join togeth...
bonged 12 13 BONG, to make a deep...
bonked 12 15 BONK, to hit or thum...
boobed 13 13 BOOB, to make a mist...
boohed 13 12 BOOH, to show disapp...
booked 12 14 BOOK, to reserve in...
booled 12 11 BOOL, (Scots) to pla...
boomed 12 13 BOOM, to make a roar...
boosed 11 10 BOOSE, to drink exce...
booted 11 10 BOOT, to kick with t...
boozed 14 19 BOOZE, to drink exce...
bopped 16 16 BOP, to dance to pop...
borked 13 14 BORK, to denigrate a...
bormed 13 13 BORM, to smear with...
bossed 12 10 BOSS, to domineer ov...
botted 12 10 BOT, to cadge [v]
bouged 13 13 BOUGE, (Shakespeare)...
bouned 11 12 BOUN, to prepare, al...
boused 12 11 BOUSE, to haul with...
bowled 16 14 BOWL, to make a deli...
bowned 14 14 BOWNE, to prepare, a...
bowsed 15 13 BOWSE, to haul with...
boyard 18 12 (Russian) a member o...
braced 15 13 BRACE, to support [v...
braird 13 10 to sprout above grou...
braked 13 14 BRAKE, to slow down...
braved 14 14 BRAVE, to face with...
brayed 18 12 BRAY, to cry like as...
brazed 15 19 BRAZE, to solder wit...
breded 12 11 BREDE, to braid, to...
brewed 15 13 BREW, to make beer [...
breyed 18 12 BREY, (South Africa)...
briard 13 10 (French) a kind of r...
bribed 15 13 BRIBE, to influence...
brided 13 11 BRIDE, to act the br...
brined 12 11 BRINE, to treat with...
broked 13 14 BROKE, to act as a s...
bromid 14 13 a bromine compound,...
browed 15 13 having a brow [adj]
bruted 13 11 BRUTE, to girdle or...
bruxed 19 18 BRUX, to grind teeth...
buboed 14 14 relating to the bubo...
bucked 17 18 BUCK, to leap forwar...
budded 13 13 BUD, to produce unop...
budged 14 14 BUDGE, to move or st...
buffed 17 17 BUFF, to polish [v]
bugged 15 15 BUG, to annoy [v]
bugled 15 14 BUGLE, to play a bra...
buhund 15 15 a type of Norwegian...
bulbed 16 15 BULB, to swell out,...
bulged 15 14 BULGE, to swell out...
bulked 15 16 BULK, to gather into...
bulled 15 13 BULL, to copulate wi...
bummed 15 17 BUM, to live idly [v...
bumped 16 17 BUMP, to knock again...
bumwad 17 17 a type of paper used...
bunced 15 15 BUNCE, to disguise p...
bunded 12 13 BUND, to make an emb...
bunged 13 14 BUNG, to plug with a...
bunked 13 16 BUNK, to go to bed [...
bunted 12 12 BUNT, to push with t...
buoyed 18 13 BUOY, to mark with a...
buried 13 11 BURY, to put in the...
burked 14 15 BURKE, to murder by...
burled 14 12 BURL, to finish clot...
burned 12 12 BURN, to destroy by...
burped 15 14 BURP, to belch [v]
burred 13 11 BURR, to remove the...
bushed 15 13 BUSH, to cover with...
busied 13 11 BUSY, to occupy ones...
busked 14 15 BUSK, to perform in...
bussed 13 11 BUSS, to kiss [v]
busted 13 11 BUST, to break, shat...
butled 14 12 BUTLE, to serve as a...
butted 13 11 BUTT, to hit with th...
buzzed 19 29 BUZZ, to make a vibr...
byrled 20 13 BYRL, to carouse, al...
byroad 18 12 a side road [n -S]
byword 22 15 a well known saying...
cabbed 17 16 CAB, to travel by ta...
cabled 16 14 CABLE, to fasten wit...
cached 18 15 CACHE, to store in a...
cacked 17 17 CACK, to defecate [v...
cadged 14 13 CADGE, to get by beg...
cafard 15 13 (French) severe depr...
calced 17 14 wearing shoes, esp....
calked 15 15 CALK, to make the se...
called 15 12 CALL, to summon [v]
callid 16 12 cunning, shrewd [adj...
calmed 15 14 CALM, to become not...
calved 16 15 CALVE, to give birth...
cammed 15 16 CAM, to whiten with...
camped 16 16 CAMP, to live in the...
canard 12 11 (French) a false or...
candid 13 12 an unposed photograp...
canned 11 12 CANN, to direct stee...
canoed 11 11 CANOE, to paddle a s...
canted 12 11 CANT, to tilt or sla...
capped 17 16 CAP, to provide with...
caprid 16 13 a member of the goat...
capsid 16 13 the outer shell of a...
carded 13 11 CARD, to comb wool [...
caried 13 10 affected by caries,...
carked 14 14 CARK, (archaic) to w...
carped 15 13 CARP, to find fault...
carted 13 10 CART, to convey in a...
carved 15 14 CARVE, to form by cu...
cashed 15 12 CASH, to convert int...
casked 14 14 CASK, to store in a...
casted 13 10 cast off [adj]
catted 13 10 CAT, to vomit [v]
caudad 13 12 towards the tail [ad...
caumed 14 14 CAUM, to whiten with...
caused 13 11 CAUSE, to bring abou...
ceased 12 10 CEASE, to stop [v]
ceazed 15 19 CEAZE, (obsolete) to...
ceboid 15 13 one of a family of m...
ceiled 14 11 CEIL, to furnish wit...
celled 15 12 CELL, to store in a...
censed 12 11 CENSE, to perfume wi...
cerned 12 11 CERNE, (Shakespeare)...
cervid 16 14 a member of the deer...
cessed 13 10 CESSE, (Spenser) to...
chaced 18 15 CHACE, (obsolete) to...
chafed 17 15 CHAFE, to warm by ru...
chared 15 12 CHARE, to do odd job...
chased 15 12 CHASE, to pursue [v]
chawed 18 15 CHAW, to chew esp. t...
chefed 17 15 CHEF, to work as a c...
chewed 18 15 CHEW, to grind with...
chided 16 13 CHIDE, to scold [v]
chield 17 13 (Scots) a man, a lad...
chimed 17 15 CHIME, to ring in ha...
chined 15 13 CHINE, to break the...
chived 18 16 CHIVE, to cut with a...
choked 16 16 CHOKE, to impede the...
chored 15 12 CHORE, to do small j...
chowed 18 15 CHOW, to eat [v]
chused 16 13 CHUSE, (obsolete) to...
chuted 16 13 CHUTE, to convey by...
cieled 14 11 CIEL, to provide wit...
cisted 14 10 containing cists [ad...
citied 14 10 having cities [adj]
clawed 17 14 CLAW, to scratch wit...
clayed 20 13 CLAY, to purify (e.g...
cleped 16 14 CLEPE, (archaic) to...
clerid 15 11 a predatory beetle [...
clewed 17 14 CLEW, to attach a ro...
cliped 17 14 CLIPE, to tell tales...
cloked 15 15 CLOKE, to clothe wit...
cloned 13 12 CLONE, to reproduce...
closed 14 11 CLOSE, to make impas...
clowed 17 14 CLOW, (Scots) to rak...
cloyed 20 13 CLOY, to gratify bey...
clyped 23 16 CLYPE, to tell tales...
coaled 13 11 COAL, to supply with...
coated 12 10 COAT, to cover with...
coaxed 18 17 COAX, to cajole [v]
cobbed 17 16 COB, to strike [v]
coccid 20 16 a kind of insect, th...
cocked 17 17 COCK, to tilt to one...
codded 13 12 COD, to hoax or make...
coffed 17 16 COFF, (Scots) to buy...
cogged 15 14 COG, to cheat at dic...
cohead 14 12 to head jointly [v -...
coifed 15 13 COIF, to put the hai...
coiled 14 11 COIL, to wind in eve...
coined 12 11 COIN, to make metal...
colead 13 11 to lead jointly [v C...
colled 15 12 COLL, (obsolete) to...
colted 14 11 COLT, to cheat, defr...
combed 16 16 COMB, to separate wi...
comped 16 16 COMP, to work as a c...
conged 13 13 CONGE, to take leave...
conked 13 15 CONK, to hit on the...
conned 11 12 CONNE, (Spenser) to...
conoid 12 11 anything like a cone...
cooeed 11 10 COOEE, to cry out sh...
cooked 13 14 COOK, to prepare foo...
cooled 13 11 COOL, to lower the t...
coomed 13 13 COOM, to begrime wit...
cooped 14 13 COOP, to confine [v]
copied 15 13 COPY, to imitate [v]
copped 17 16 COP, to capture [v]
copsed 15 13 COPSE, to cut back t...
corded 13 11 CORD, to fasten with...
corked 14 14 CORK, to stop up [v]
corned 12 11 CORN, to preserve wi...
corvid 16 14 a member of the crow...
coshed 15 12 COSH, to bludgeon [v...
cosied 13 10 COSY, to attempt to...
cosmid 15 13 a large plasmid used...
costed 13 10 COST, to estimate a...
cotted 13 10 COT, to become tangl...
cottid 14 10 a type of fish, also...
couped 15 14 COUP, (Scots) to ove...
coured 13 11 COUR, (obsolete) to...
coward 16 13 one who lacks courag...
cowked 17 17 COWK, (dialect) to r...
cowled 17 14 COWL, to cover with...
cowped 18 16 COWP, (Scots) to ove...
cozied 16 19 COZY, to attempt to...
craked 14 14 CRAKE, to utter the...
craned 12 11 CRANE, to stretch ou...
craped 15 13 CRAPE, to cover or s...
crated 13 10 CRATE, to put in a p...
craved 15 14 CRAVE, to desire gre...
crazed 16 19 CRAZE, to make insan...
creped 15 13 CREPE, to cover with...
crewed 16 13 CREW, to serve aboar...
crimed 15 13 CRIME, to convict ov...
crined 13 11 CRINE, (Scots) to sh...
cromed 14 13 CROME, to draw by a...
crowed 16 13 CROW, to gloat, exul...
cubbed 18 17 CUB, to bring forth...
cuboid 16 14 cube-shaped, also CU...
cuffed 18 17 CUFF, to strike with...
culled 16 13 CULL, to select from...
culmed 16 15 CULM, to form a culm...
cummed 16 17 CUM, to ejaculate sp...
cupped 18 17 CUP, to put into a s...
curbed 16 14 CURB, to restrain [v...
curded 14 12 CURD, to curdle [v]
curled 15 12 CURL, to form into r...
curred 14 11 CURR, to make a purr...
cursed 14 11 wicked [adj CURSEDER...
curved 16 15 CURVE, to deviate fr...
cusped 16 14 having a cusp [adj]
cuspid 17 14 a tooth with a singl...
cussed 14 11 CUSS, (colloquial) t...
cyanid 19 13 a direct compound of...
cybrid 23 15 a cell, plant etc. p...
cycled 24 16 CYCLE, to ride a bic...
cymoid 21 15 like a cyme, a type...
cyprid 23 15 a type of barnacle,...
cystid 21 12 a cyst-like structur...
cytoid 20 12 cell-like [adj]
dabbed 14 14 DAB, to touch lightl...
dacked 14 15 DACK, (Australian sl...
dadded 10 10 DAD, to dash against...
dadoed 9 9 DADO, to set into a...
daffed 14 14 DAFF, to play the fo...
dagged 12 12 DAG, to remove clott...
dained 9 9 DAINE, (Shakespeare)...
dammed 12 14 DAM, to build an emb...
damned 10 12 damnable [adj DAMNED...
damped 13 14 DAMP, to wet slightl...
danced 12 12 DANCE, to move rhyth...
danged 10 11 DANG, to damn [v]
danted 9 9 DANT, (obsolete) to...
dapped 14 14 DAP, to dip in water...
darked 11 12 DARK, to make dark [...
darned 9 9 bothersome [adj DARN...
darred 10 8 DARRE, to venture bo...
darted 10 8 DART, to move sudden...
dashed 12 10 DASH, to strike viol...
daubed 12 12 DAUB, to smear [v]
dauded 10 10 DAUD, to knock, also...
daured 10 9 DAUR, to venture bol...
dauted 10 9 DAUT, (Scots) to pet...
dawded 13 12 DAWD, (Scots) to kno...
dawned 12 12 DAWN, to grown light...
dawted 13 11 DAWT, (Scots) to pet...
daybed 18 13 a bed in a hospital...
deaded 9 9 DEAD, (obsolete) to...
deaned 8 9 DEAN, to serve as th...
deared 9 8 DEARE, to injure, al...
deaved 11 12 DEAVE, (Scots) to de...
deawed 12 11 DEAW, (Spenser) to c...
debted 12 11 obliged [adj]
decked 14 15 DECK, to adorn [v]
deeded 9 9 DEED, to transfer by...
deemed 10 11 DEEM, to hold as an...
deeved 11 12 DEEVE, to deafen, al...
defend 11 12 to protect [v -ED, -...
defied 12 11 DEFY, to resist open...
defund 12 13 to remove funding fr...
degged 12 12 DEG, (dialect) to wa...
deiced 13 11 DEICE, to free of ic...
delead 10 9 to free from lead [v...
delved 13 13 DELVE, to search in...
demand 10 12 to ask for with auth...
demoed 10 11 DEMO, to demonstrate...
denied 9 9 DENY, to declare to...
denned 8 10 DEN, to live in a la...
dented 9 9 DENT, to make a depr...
depend 11 12 to rely [v -ED, -ING...
derned 9 9 DERN, to keep hidden...
desand 9 9 to remove sand from...
deseed 9 8 to remove the seeds...
desmid 12 11 any member of a fami...
deuced 13 12 DEUCE, to even the s...
devoid 12 12 completely lacking [...
diacid 14 11 a type of chemical c...
dialed 11 9 DIAL, to use a calib...
dibbed 15 14 DIB, to fish by floa...
dicked 15 15 DICK, to copulate wi...
dicted 14 11 DICT, (obsolete) to...
dieted 10 8 DIET, to regulate fo...
digged 13 12 DIG, to make a hole,...
dilled 13 10 flavoured with dill...
dimmed 13 14 DIM, to reduce the l...
dinged 11 11 DING, to dash; to th...
dinked 11 13 DINK, to play a drop...
dinned 9 10 DIN, to make a loud...
dinted 10 9 DINT, to make a dent...
dioxid 17 15 an oxide with two at...
dipped 15 14 DIP, to immerse brie...
dirked 12 12 DIRK, to stab with a...
dirled 12 9 DIRL, (Scots) to (ca...
dirted 11 8 DIRT, to make dirty...
disbud 14 12 to remove buds from...
disced 14 11 DISC, to break up la...
dished 13 10 DISH, to put into a...
disked 12 12 DISK, to break up la...
dissed 11 8 DIS, to disparage, a...
ditted 11 8 DIT, (Scots) to bloc...
divied 13 12 DIVI, to divide up,...
doated 9 8 DOAT, to love excess...
dobbed 14 14 DOB, to inform on [v...
docked 14 15 DOCK, to bring into...
dodded 10 10 DOD, (Scots) to knoc...
dodged 11 11 DODGE, to evade [v]
doffed 14 14 DOFF, to take off [v...
dogged 12 12 stubbornly determine...
doiled 11 9 (Scots) crazy, fooli...
doited 10 8 (Scots) in one's dot...
dolled 12 10 DOLL, to dress styli...
donged 10 11 DONG, to ring a deep...
donned 8 10 DON, to put on [v]
dooced 12 11 DOOCE, to dismiss (a...
doodad 9 9 something whose name...
dooked 10 12 DOOK, (Scots) to duc...
doomed 10 11 DOOM, to condemn to...
doored 9 8 having a door [adj]
dopped 14 14 DOP, to dip [v]
dorred 10 8 DOR, to mock, scoff...
dorsad 10 8 toward the dorsum or...
dorted 10 8 DORT, (Scots) to sul...
dossed 10 8 DOSS, to sleep in an...
dotard 10 8 someone who dotes, a...
dotted 10 8 DOT, to cover with t...
douked 11 13 DOUK, to duck, bathe...
doused 10 9 DOUSE, to plunge int...
douted 10 9 DOUT, (Scots) to put...
downed 12 12 DOWN, to cause to fa...
dowsed 13 11 DOWSE, to search for...
draped 12 11 DRAPE, to arrange in...
drayed 16 10 DRAY, to transport b...
droned 9 9 DRONE, to make a mon...
droved 12 12 DROVE, to drive shee...
drownd 13 12 (colloquial) to drow...
dubbed 15 15 DUB, to confer knigh...
ducked 15 16 DUCK, to bob quickly...
ducted 14 12 DUCT, to transport a...
dueled 11 10 DUEL, to fight forma...
dueted 10 9 DUET, to perform a d...
duffed 15 15 DUFF, to bungle [v]
dulled 13 11 DULL, to blunt, make...
dumbed 14 15 DUMB, to deprive of...
dumped 14 15 DUMP, to unload, let...
dunged 11 12 DUNG, to fertilize w...
dunked 11 14 DUNK, to dip into li...
dunned 9 11 DUN, to make demands...
dunted 10 10 DUNT, to strike with...
dupped 15 15 DUP, (Shakespeare) t...
durned 10 10 damned [adj DURNEDER...
dushed 13 11 DUSH, (Scots) to str...
dusked 12 13 DUSK, to make dim [v...
dusted 11 9 DUST, to rid of minu...
dutied 11 9 subjected to duties...
dwined 13 12 DWINE, (Scots) to pi...
eagled 11 10 EAGLE, to score two...
earbud 12 11 a small earphone [n...
earded 9 8 EARD, (Scots) to bur...
earned 8 8 EARN, to obtain rewa...
easied 9 7 EASY, to stop rowing...
easted 9 7 EAST, to turn east (...
echard 15 12 the total quantity o...
echoed 14 12 ECHO, to repeat a so...
eddied 10 9 EDDY, to move agains...
edited 10 8 EDIT, to prepare for...
educed 13 12 EDUCE, to draw out,...
eeched 14 12 EECH, to augment, al...
elapid 13 11 a kind of snake, inc...
elated 10 8 ELATE, to raise the...
elided 11 9 ELIDE, to strike out...
eloped 12 11 ELOPE, to run away t...
eluded 11 10 ELUDE, to evade [v]
eluted 11 9 ELUTE, to remove by...
emceed 13 13 EMCEE, to serve as m...
emerod 10 10 a haemorrhoid, also...
emoted 10 10 EMOTE, to show exagg...
emoved 12 14 EMOVE, to affect emo...
empted 13 13 EMPT, (dialect) to e...
emuled 12 12 EMULE, (Southey) to...
emured 11 11 EMURE, (Shakespeare)...
endued 9 10 ENDUE, to put on, as...
enewed 11 11 ENEW, in falconry, t...
enfold 12 12 to envelop [v -ED, -...
engild 12 11 (Shakespeare) to gil...
engird 11 10 to gird; to encompas...
enlard 10 9 (Shakespeare) to gre...
ennead 7 9 a group of nine [n -...
ensued 9 9 ENSUE, to follow, al...
enured 9 9 ENURE, to accustom o...
envied 11 12 ENVY, to covet other...
enwind 12 12 to enwrap, also INWI...
erased 9 7 ERASE, to efface or...
eroded 9 8 ERODE, to wear away...
errand 9 8 a message or mission...
espied 12 10 ESPY, to catch sight...
etched 15 12 ETCH, to engrave wit...
ettled 11 8 ETTLE, (Scots) to in...
evaded 11 12 EVADE, to escape or...
evened 10 12 EVEN, to make smooth...
evited 12 11 EVITE, to avoid, als...
evoked 12 15 EVOKE, to call forth...
exceed 18 17 to go beyond the lim...
exemed 16 17 EXEME, to release or...
exiled 17 15 EXILE, to banish fro...
exited 16 14 EXIT, to go out [v]
exopod 17 17 the outer branch of...
expand 17 18 to increase in size...
expend 17 18 to consume in any wa...
extend 15 15 to stretch out to fu...
extold 17 15 EXTOL, to praise hig...
exuded 16 16 EXUDE, to ooze forth...
eyelid 17 10 a fold of skin that...
eyliad 17 10 an amorous glance, a...
fabled 15 14 FABLE, to tell ficti...
fadged 13 13 FADGE, (archaic) to...
faffed 16 16 FAFF, (colloquial) t...
fagged 14 14 FAG, to make weary b...
faiked 13 14 FAIK, (Scots) to aba...
failed 13 11 FAIL, to be unsucces...
fained 11 11 FAIN, (Spenser) to f...
faired 12 10 FAIR, to make fair [...
falsed 13 11 FALSE, to deceive [v...
fanded 11 12 FAND, (Scots) to try...
fanged 12 13 FANG, to seize in th...
fanked 12 15 FANK, (Scots) to put...
fanned 10 12 FAN, to cool with a...
fantad 11 11 a fidgety state, als...
fantod 11 11 a fidgety state, als...
farand 11 11 (Scots) having a cer...
farced 15 13 FARCE, to fill with...
farded 12 11 FARD, to paint with...
farmed 13 13 FARM, to practise th...
farred 12 10 FAR, to remove to a...
farsed 12 10 FARSE, to expand a n...
farted 12 10 FART, to expel gas t...
fashed 14 12 FASH, to bother or a...
fasted 12 10 FAST, to abstain fro...
fatted 12 10 FAT, to make plump [...
fauted 12 11 FAUT, (Scots) to fau...
fawned 14 14 FAWN, to please in a...
fayned 17 13 FAYNE, (Spenser) to...
fealed 12 11 FEAL, to conceal [v]
feared 11 10 FEAR, to be afraid o...
feased 11 10 FEASE, to unsettle,...
feated 11 10 FEAT, (Shakespeare)...
feazed 14 19 FEAZE, to unsettle,...
fecked 16 17 FECK, (Scots) to fuc...
fecund 15 15 fruitful in offsprin...
feered 11 10 FEER, (Scots) to dra...
feesed 11 10 FEESE, to unsettle,...
feezed 14 19 FEEZE, to unsettle,...
felled 14 12 FELL, to cause to fa...
felted 13 11 FELT, to mat togethe...
fenced 14 14 FENCE, to enclose wi...
fended 11 12 FEND, to ward off [v...
fervid 15 14 warm, ardent [adj FE...
fessed 12 10 FESS, to confess [v]
fetted 12 10 FETT, (obsolete) to...
feuded 12 12 FEUD, to engage in a...
fezzed 18 28 wearing a fez [adj]
fiated 12 10 FIAT, to sanction [v...
fibbed 17 16 FIB, to tell a trivi...
fibred 15 13 having fibre, also F...
fidged 14 13 FIDGE, to fidget [v]
figged 15 14 FIG, to dress up [v]
filled 15 12 FILL, to make full [...
filmed 15 14 FILM, to make a moti...
finked 13 15 FINK, to inform to t...
finned 11 12 FIN, to equip with p...
firked 14 14 FIRK, (Shakespeare)...
firmed 14 13 FIRM, to make firm [...
fished 15 12 FISH, to try to catc...
fisked 14 14 FISK, to frisk, gad...
fisted 13 10 FIST, to strike with...
fitted 13 10 FIT, to adjust to th...
fizzed 19 28 FIZZ, to make a hiss...
flaked 14 15 FLAKE, to peel off i...
flamed 14 14 FLAME, to burn brigh...
flaned 12 12 FLANE, to walk idly,...
flared 13 11 FLARE, to display gl...
flawed 16 14 FLAW, to make defect...
flayed 19 13 FLAY, to strip off s...
flemed 14 14 FLEME, (Scots) to pu...
flewed 16 14 having a flew [adj]
flexed 19 18 FLEX, to bend [v]
fleyed 19 13 FLEY, (Scots) to fri...
flited 14 11 FLITE, (Scots) to qu...
flixed 20 18 FLIX, to melt, also...
florid 14 11 flowery; having a ru...
floted 13 11 FLOTE, to skim e.g....
flowed 16 14 FLOW, to move steadi...
fluked 15 16 FLUKE, to obtain by...
flumed 15 15 FLUME, to convey by...
fluted 14 12 FLUTE, to play on a...
fluxed 20 19 FLUX, to melt, also...
flyped 22 16 FLYPE, to strip back...
flyted 20 13 FLYTE, (Scots) to qu...
foaled 12 11 FOAL, to give birth...
foamed 12 13 FOAM, to form froth...
fobbed 16 16 FOB, to cheat, also...
foetid 12 10 stinking, also FETID...
fogged 14 14 FOG, to cover with c...
foiled 13 11 FOIL, to defeat or b...
foined 11 11 FOIN, to thrust with...
folded 13 12 FOLD, to double over...
fonded 11 12 FOND, to display aff...
fonned 10 12 FON, to fool, be foo...
fooled 12 11 FOOL, to deceive [v]
footed 11 10 FOOT, to walk [v]
fopped 16 16 FOP, to deceive [v]
forbad 14 13 FORBID, to command n...
forbid 15 13 to command not to do...
forced 15 13 FORCE, to compel by...
forded 12 11 FORD, to wade across...
fordid 13 11 FORDO, to destroy, a...
forged 13 12 FORGE, to counterfei...
forked 13 14 FORK, to work with a...
formed 13 13 FORM, to shape or pr...
forrad 12 10 (Scots) forward, als...
forted 12 10 FORT, to fortify [v]
fossed 12 10 having a fosse, a di...
fouled 13 12 FOUL, to make dirty...
fowled 16 14 FOWL, to hunt birds...
foyled 19 13 FOYLE, (Spenser) to...
foyned 17 13 FOYNE, to thrust wit...
framed 13 13 FRAME, to enclose in...
fraped 14 13 FRAPE, to alter the...
frayed 18 12 FRAY, to wear by rub...
friand 12 11 a (male) epicure [n...
friend 12 11 to enter into a warm...
frigid 15 12 chillingly stiff [ad...
frized 16 19 FRIZ, to curl hair t...
fubbed 17 17 FUB, to cheat, also...
fucked 17 18 FUCK, to copulate, a...
fucoid 16 14 relating to seaweed,...
fudged 14 14 FUDGE, to falsify [v...
fueled 13 12 FUEL, to provide wit...
fuffed 17 17 FUFF, to spit like a...
fugged 15 15 FUG, to make hot, st...
fugled 15 14 FUGLE, (Carlyle) to...
fugued 14 14 FUGUE, to compose a...
fulgid 16 14 shining brightly, al...
fulled 15 13 FULL, to shrink and...
fulvid 17 16 dull yellow, also FU...
funded 12 13 FUND, to provide mon...
funked 13 16 FUNK, to shrink back...
funned 11 13 FUN, to act playfull...
furkid 15 15 an animal kept as a...
furled 14 12 FURL, to roll up [v]
furred 13 11 FUR, to cover with a...
fusked 14 15 FUSK, to obtain data...
fussed 13 11 FUSS, to be overly c...
fusted 13 11 FUST, to smell mould...
futzed 16 20 FUTZ, to spend time...
fuzzed 19 29 FUZZ, to become fuzz...
gabbed 15 15 GAB, to chatter [v]
gabled 14 13 GABLE, to form a gab...
gached 16 14 GACH, to behave boas...
gadded 11 11 GAD, to roam about r...
gadoid 11 10 a member of the cod...
gaffed 15 15 GAFF, to catch a fis...
gagged 13 13 GAG, to stop up the...
gained 10 10 GAIN, to acquire [v]
gaited 11 9 GAIT, to train a hor...
galled 13 11 GALL, to make sore b...
gammed 13 15 GAM, to visit social...
ganged 11 12 GANG, to form into a...
ganned 9 11 GAN, (dialect) to go...
ganoid 10 10 a type of fish with...
ganted 10 10 GANT, (Scots) to yaw...
gaoled 11 10 GAOL, to imprison, a...
gapped 15 15 GAP, to make an open...
garbed 13 12 GARB, to clothe [v]
garred 11 9 GARRE, to make, comp...
gashed 13 11 GASH, to make a long...
gasped 13 12 GASP, to breathe con...
gassed 11 9 GAS, to poison with...
gasted 11 9 GAST, (Shakespeare)...
gauded 11 11 GAUD, to adorn with...
gauged 12 12 GAUGE, to measure pr...
gaumed 12 13 GAUM, to smear, daub...
gauped 13 13 GAUP, to stare stupi...
gawked 15 16 GAWK, to stare and g...
gawped 16 15 GAWP, to stare stupi...
gealed 11 10 GEAL, (dialect) to c...
geared 10 9 GEARE, (Spenser) to...
gecked 15 16 GECK, to mock, dupe...
geeked 11 13 hyped up, excited [a...
geited 11 9 GEIT, to put a borde...
gelded 12 11 GELD, to castrate an...
gelled 13 11 GEL, to become like...
gemmed 13 15 GEM, to adorn with g...
genned 9 11 GEN, as in gen up, t...
germed 12 12 GERM, to put forth b...
gerned 10 10 GERNE, (Spenser) to...
gerund 11 11 a verbal form such a...
gessed 11 9 GESSE, (Spenser) to...
gibbed 16 15 GIB, to fasten with...
gifted 14 12 GIFT, to give withou...
gigged 14 13 GIG, to catch fish w...
gilded 13 11 GILD, to cover with...
gilled 14 11 GILL, to catch fish...
gimped 15 15 GIMP, to make or fur...
ginned 10 11 GIN, to process cott...
gipped 16 15 GIP, to swindle, als...
girded 12 10 GIRD, to surround [v...
girned 11 10 GIRN, (dialect) to g...
girted 12 9 GIRT, to gird, girth...
gitted 12 9 GIT, to get [v]
glaced 15 13 GLACE, (French) to i...
glared 12 10 GLARE, to shine with...
glazed 15 19 GLAZE, to fit window...
gleyed 18 12 GLEY, (Scots) to squ...
glided 13 11 GLIDE, to move effor...
glimed 14 13 GLIME, to glance sly...
globed 14 13 GLOBE, to form into...
gloved 14 14 GLOVE, to furnish wi...
glowed 15 13 GLOW, to emit light...
glozed 15 19 GLOZE, (archaic) to...
gnawed 13 13 GNAW, to wear away b...
goaded 10 10 GOAD, to drive anima...
goaled 11 10 GOAL, to score a goa...
gobbed 15 15 GOB, to spit [v]
gobiid 14 12 a fish of the goby f...
godded 11 11 GOD, to treat as a g...
goffed 15 15 GOFF, to play golf (...
golfed 14 13 GOLF, to play golf (...
gonged 11 12 GONG, to summon by s...
goofed 12 12 GOOF, to blunder [v]
gooped 12 12 as in gooped up, sti...
goosed 10 9 GOOSE, to poke betwe...
gorged 12 11 GORGE, to stuff with...
gormed 12 12 GORM, to stare vacan...
gorped 13 12 GORP, to stare stupi...
gossed 11 9 GOSS, (dialect) to s...
gouged 12 12 GOUGE, to cut or sco...
gowfed 16 15 GOWF, to play golf (...
gowled 15 13 GOWL, (Scots) to cry...
gowned 13 13 GOWN, to dress in a...
graced 14 12 GRACE, to give beaut...
graded 11 10 GRADE, to arrange in...
graped 13 12 GRAPE, (Scots) to gr...
grated 11 9 GRATE, to reduce to...
graved 13 13 GRAVE, to engrave [v...
gravid 14 13 pregnant [adj GRAVID...
grayed 17 11 GRAY, to make grey [...
grazed 14 18 GRAZE, to feed on gr...
greged 12 11 GREGE, (obsolete) to...
grewed 14 12 GREW, to shudder, to...
greyed 17 11 GREY, to make grey [...
griced 15 12 GRICE, to collect ob...
grided 12 10 GRIDE, to pierce; to...
grimed 13 12 GRIME, to make dirty...
griped 14 12 GRIPE, to keep on co...
grised 12 9 GRISE, to shudder at...
groked 12 13 GROK, (colloquial) t...
groned 10 10 GRONE, to utter a lo...
groped 13 12 GROPE, to feel about...
ground 11 11 to place on a founda...
groved 13 13 covered with a grove...
gryded 18 12 GRYDE, to scrape har...
gubbed 16 16 GUB, to strike on th...
guided 12 11 GUIDE, to show the w...
guiled 13 11 GUILE, to beguile, a...
guised 12 10 GUISE, to dress [v]
gulfed 15 14 GULF, to swallow up...
gulled 14 12 GULL, to dupe, decei...
gulped 15 14 GULP, to swallow rap...
gummed 14 16 GUM, to smear with g...
gumped 15 16 GUMP, to catch fish...
gunged 12 13 GUNGE, to block or c...
gunked 12 15 GUNK, to cause somet...
gunned 10 12 GUN, to shoot with a...
gurged 13 12 GURGE, to swirl [v]
gurled 13 11 GURL, (Scots) to gro...
gurned 11 11 GURN, to grin, make...
gushed 14 12 GUSH, to flow forth...
gusted 12 10 GUST, to blow in gus...
gutsed 12 10 GUTS, to eat greedil...
gutted 12 10 GUT, to remove the g...
guyled 19 13 GUYLE, (Spenser) to...
gymped 21 17 GYMP, to trim with g...
gypped 22 17 GYP, to swindle, als...
hacked 16 16 HACK, to cut or chop...
hafted 14 12 HAFT, to set in a ha...
hagged 14 13 HAG, (Scots) to hack...
hailed 13 10 HAIL, to greet [v]
hained 11 10 HAIN, (Scots) to sav...
haired 12 9 HAIR, to free from h...
haloed 12 10 HALO, to form a ring...
haloid 13 10 a compound of a halo...
halsed 13 10 HALSE, to embrace, a...
halted 13 10 HALT, to stop [v]
halved 15 14 HALVE, to divide int...
hammed 14 15 HAM, to overact, als...
handed 11 11 HAND, to present wit...
hanged 12 12 HANG, to attach from...
hanked 12 14 HANK, to catch, as o...
hanted 11 10 HANT, to haunt [v]
happed 16 15 HAP, to happen by ch...
hareld 13 10 a North American duc...
harked 13 13 HARK, to listen, als...
harled 13 10 HARL, (Scots) to dra...
harmed 13 12 HARM, to injure [v]
harped 14 12 HARP, to play on a t...
hashed 14 11 HASH, to make a hash...
hasped 14 12 HASP, to fasten with...
hasted 12 9 HASTE, to hurry, als...
hatred 12 9 an intense dislike o...
hatted 12 9 HAT, to provide with...
hauled 13 11 HAUL, to pull with f...
haused 12 10 HAUSE, (archaic) to...
hawked 16 16 HAWK, to peddle [v]
hawmed 16 15 HAWM, to lounge abou...
hawsed 15 12 HAWSE, to salute, gr...
hazard 15 18 to venture [v -ED, -...
headed 11 10 HEAD, to be chief of...
healed 12 10 HEAL, to make sound...
heaped 13 12 HEAP, to pile up [v]
heated 11 9 HEAT, to make hot [v...
heaved 13 13 HEAVE, to lift force...
hedged 13 12 HEDGE, to enclose wi...
heeded 11 10 HEED, to pay attenti...
heeled 12 10 HEEL, to supply with...
heezed 14 18 HEEZE, (Scots) to li...
hefted 14 12 HEFT, to lift up, fe...
heiled 13 10 HEIL, to salute [v]
heired 12 9 HEIR, to inherit [v]
helled 14 11 HELL, to hide, conce...
helmed 14 13 HELM, to steer a shi...
helped 15 13 HELP, to give aid [v...
helved 15 14 HELVE, to provide wi...
hemmed 14 15 HEM, to provide with...
hemoid 13 12 pertaining to the bl...
hended 11 11 HEND, (obsolete) to...
henned 10 11 HEN, to lose courage...
hented 11 10 HENT, (obsolete) to...
heptad 14 12 a group of seven [n...
herald 13 10 to proclaim, announc...
herbed 14 12 flavoured with herbs...
herded 12 10 HERD, to bring toget...
heried 12 9 HERY, (Spenser) to p...
hersed 12 9 (obsolete) arranged...
heryed 18 11 HERYE, (Spenser) to...
hesped 14 12 HESP, (Scots) to fas...
highed 16 13 HIGH, to turn to the...
hilled 15 11 HILL, to form into b...
hilted 14 10 HILT, to provide a h...
hinged 13 12 HINGE, to attach a j...
hinted 12 10 HINT, to suggest ind...
hipped 17 15 HIP, to build a type...
hished 15 11 HISH, to hiss [v]
hispid 16 12 covered with stiff h...
hissed 13 9 HISS, to make a sibi...
histed 13 9 HIST, to urge or sum...
hizzed 19 27 HIZZ, (Shakespeare)...
hoared 11 9 HOAR, to make hoary,...
hoaxed 17 16 HOAX, to deceive [v]
hobbed 16 15 HOB, to furnish with...
hoboed 13 12 HOBO, to live like a...
hocked 16 16 HOCK, to pawn [v]
hodded 12 11 HOD, to bob or jog [...
hogged 14 13 HOG, to eat hoggishl...
hoiked 13 13 HOIK, to hitch up, a...
hoised 12 9 HOISE, to hoist [v]
holard 13 10 the total amount of...
holked 14 14 HOLK, (Scots) to dig...
honied 11 10 sweetened with or as...
honked 12 14 HONK, to cry like a...
hooded 11 10 HOOD, to furnish wit...
hoofed 13 12 HOOF, to dance [v]
hooked 12 13 HOOK, to catch with...
hooned 10 10 HOON, to act loutish...
hooped 13 12 HOOP, to fasten with...
hooted 11 9 HOOT, to cry like an...
hooved 13 13 HOOVE, (Spenser) to...
hopped 16 15 HOP, to move by jump...
horded 12 10 HORDE, to gather in...
horked 13 13 HORK, to spit [v]
horned 11 10 HORN, to form a hard...
horrid 13 9 nasty, repellent [ad...
horsed 12 9 HORSE, to provide wi...
hosted 12 9 HOST, to entertain s...
hotbed 14 12 a place favourable t...
hotrod 12 9 a motorcar converted...
hotted 12 9 HOT, to heat [v]
houfed 14 13 HOUF, to haunt, freq...
housed 12 10 HOUSE, to reside in...
houted 12 10 HOUT, to make a soun...
howfed 17 15 HOWF, to haunt, freq...
howked 16 16 HOWK, (Scots) to dig...
howled 16 13 HOWL, to cry like a...
hucked 17 17 HUCK, to force rough...
huffed 17 16 HUFF, to breathe hea...
hugged 15 14 HUG, to clasp tightl...
hulked 15 15 HULK, to appear impr...
hulled 15 12 HULL, to separate th...
humfed 16 16 HUMF, to carry somet...
hummed 15 16 HUM, to make a sound...
humped 16 16 HUMP, to bend into a...
hunted 12 11 HUNT, to pursue for...
hupped 17 16 HUP, to quicken the...
hurled 14 11 HURL, to throw with...
hushed 15 12 HUSH, to quiet [v]
husked 14 14 HUSK, to remove the...
hutted 13 10 HUT, to settle in a...
hybrid 22 14 the offspring of gen...
hydrid 20 12 any compound of hydr...
hymned 19 15 HYMN, to sing a song...
hypoed 20 14 HYPO, (colloquial) t...
hypoid 21 14 a type of bevel gear...
hypped 23 17 HYP, to offend [v]
ideaed 9 8 provided with ideas...
illiad 13 9 an amorous glance, a...
imaged 12 12 IMAGE, to form a lik...
imbued 14 14 IMBUE, to inspire wi...
impend 13 14 to be imminent [v -E...
impled 15 14 IMPLEAD, to sue in a...
inbred 12 11 a product of inbreed...
inched 15 13 INCH, to move very s...
indeed 9 9 in truth [adv]
indued 10 10 INDUE, to provide wi...
infeed 11 11 the action of supply...
infold 13 12 to fold inwards [v -...
inkled 12 13 INKLE, to give a hin...
inkpad 13 15 a pad of inked cloth...
inlaid 11 9 INLAY, to insert or...
inland 10 10 the interior of a co...
inroad 9 8 a hostile invasion [...
intend 9 9 to have as one's aim...
intoed 9 8 having the toes poin...
inured 10 9 INURE, to accustom o...
inward 13 11 placed within, also...
inwind 13 12 to enwrap, also ENWI...
irised 11 7 IRIS, to give the fo...
ironed 9 8 IRON, to eliminate w...
island 11 9 a mass of land (not...
isopod 12 10 any crustacean of th...
issued 11 8 ISSUE, to put into c...
itched 16 12 ITCH, to have an irr...
itemed 11 10 ITEM, to set down th...
ixodid 17 15 a tick, a bloodsucki...
izzard 17 25 the letter Z [n -S]
jabbed 16 22 JAB, to poke sharply...
jacked 16 23 JACK, to raise with...
jagaed 12 18 JAGA, in Indonesia,...
jagged 14 20 rough-edged [adj JAG...
jailed 13 17 JAIL, to imprison, a...
jambed 15 22 JAMB, to jam [v]
jammed 14 22 JAM, to force togeth...
japped 16 22 JAP, to splash or sp...
jarped 14 19 JARP, to tap an egg...
jarred 12 16 JAR, to vibrate from...
jassid 13 16 an insect of the lea...
jauked 13 21 JAUK, to dawdle [v]
jauped 14 20 JAUP, (Scots) to spl...
jazzed 18 34 JAZZ, to liven up th...
jeaned 10 17 wearing jeans [adj]
jeeled 12 17 JEEL, to set, jell,...
jeeped 13 19 JEEP, to travel by a...
jeered 11 16 JEER, to mock, also...
jeffed 16 22 JEFF, (Australian sl...
jelled 14 18 JELL, to set like je...
jereed 11 16 a wooden Oriental ja...
jerked 13 20 JERK, to move spasmo...
jerrid 13 16 a wooden Oriental ja...
jessed 12 16 JESSE, to fasten str...
jested 12 16 JEST, to joke [v]
jetted 12 16 JET, to spurt forth...
jibbed 17 22 JIBB, to shift from...
jigged 15 20 JIG, to dance a jig;...
jilted 14 17 JILT, to discard a l...
jinked 13 21 JINK, to dodge nimbl...
jinxed 18 24 JINX, to bring bad l...
jobbed 16 22 JOB, to do piece wor...
jocund 15 21 marked by lively mir...
jogged 14 20 JOG, to run at a slo...
joined 11 17 JOIN, to unite [v]
jolled 14 18 JOLL, (dialect) to b...
jolted 13 17 JOLT, to jar or shak...
jooked 12 20 JOOK, (Scots) to duc...
joshed 14 18 JOSH, to tease [v]
jotted 12 16 JOT, to note quickly...
jouked 13 21 JOUK, (Scots) to duc...
jouled 13 18 JOULE, to bump, also...
jowled 16 20 JOWL, to bump, also...
joypad 20 21 a device consisting...
judged 14 20 JUDGE, to decide on...
jugged 15 21 JUG, to stew in a cl...
juiced 16 20 JUICE, to extract li...
jumped 16 23 JUMP, to leap into t...
junked 13 22 JUNK, to discard as...
juried 13 17 JURY, to select mate...
justed 13 17 JUST, to tilt with l...
jutted 13 17 JUT, to project, sti...
jymold 21 22 (Shakespeare) jointe...
kanted 10 12 KANT, to tilt, slope...
karked 12 15 KARK, (Australian sl...
kayoed 16 13 KAYO, to knock out [...
kebbed 15 17 KEB, to give birth t...
kecked 15 18 KECK, to heave or re...
kedged 12 14 KEDGE, to move (a sh...
keeked 11 15 KEEK, to glance; to...
keeled 11 12 KEEL, to turn keel u...
keened 9 12 KEEN, to wail loudly...
kegged 13 15 KEG, to store in a k...
keloid 12 12 a hard growth of sca...
kelped 14 15 KELP, to burn kelp s...
kembed 14 17 KEMB, (dialect) to c...
kemped 14 17 KEMP, to strive to w...
kenned 9 13 KEN, to know [v]
kented 10 12 KENT, to steer by a...
kepped 15 17 KEP, (Scots) to catc...
kerbed 13 14 KERB, to provide wit...
kerfed 13 14 KERF, to make an inc...
kerned 10 12 KERN, to be formed w...
kerved 13 15 KERVE, (Spenser) to...
keypad 19 16 a small device with...
kicked 16 18 KICK, to strike with...
kidded 12 13 KID, to tease, decei...
kidvid 15 16 a television or vide...
killed 14 13 KILL, to put to deat...
kilned 12 13 KILN, to bake in a t...
kilted 13 12 KILT, to tuck up lik...
kinded 11 13 KIND, (obsolete) to...
kinged 12 14 KING, to make king;...
kinked 12 16 KINK, to form a loop...
kinred 11 12 (Spenser) kindred [n...
kipped 16 17 KIP, to sleep [v]
kirked 13 15 KIRK, to perform a c...
kirned 11 12 KIRN, to churn [v]
kissed 12 11 KISS, to caress by t...
kisted 12 11 KIST, to place into...
kithed 14 13 KITHE, to make known...
kitted 12 11 KIT, to equip, fit o...
kluged 14 15 KLUGE, to fix by clu...
knifed 13 15 KNIFE, to stab with...
knived 13 16 KNIVE, to knife [v]
kobold 14 15 a mischievous elf in...
konked 11 16 KONK, to hit on the...
kooked 11 15 KOOK, to dart in and...
krised 12 11 KRIS, to stab with a...
kynded 17 15 KYNDE, (Spenser) to...
kythed 20 15 KYTHE, to make known...
labrid 14 11 a member of the wras...
lacked 15 15 LACK, to be without...
ladled 12 10 LADLE, to serve with...
laered 10 8 LAER, to make a defe...
lagend 11 11 goods thrown into th...
lagged 13 12 LAG, to fall behind...
laided 11 9 LAID, (Scots) to loa...
laiked 12 12 LAIK, (Scots) to spo...
laired 11 8 LAIR, to go to a lai...
lalled 13 10 LALL, to articulate...
lambed 14 14 LAMB, to give birth...
lammed 13 14 LAM, to beat [v]
lampad 14 14 a candlestick [n -S]
lamped 14 14 LAMP, to supply with...
lanced 13 12 LANCE, to pierce wit...
landed 10 10 LAND, to set down on...
lanked 11 13 LANK, to become limp...
lapped 15 14 LAP, to extend beyon...
lapsed 13 11 LAPSE, to pass into...
larded 11 9 LARD, to smear with...
larked 12 12 LARK, to behave play...
larned 10 9 LARN, (dialect) to l...
laroid 11 8 of or pertaining to...
lashed 13 10 LASH, to strike with...
lasted 11 8 LAST, to continue in...
lathed 13 10 LATH, to cover with...
lauded 11 10 LAUD, to praise [v]
lawned 13 12 having a lawn [adj]
lazied 14 17 LAZY, to move or lie...
lazoed 13 17 LAZO, to catch with...
leaded 10 9 LEAD, to go in advan...
leafed 12 11 LEAF, to turn pages...
leaked 11 12 LEAK, to seep throug...
leamed 11 11 LEAM, (archaic) to g...
leaned 9 9 LEAN, to incline or...
leaped 12 11 LEAP, to spring off...
leared 10 8 LEARE, (Scots) to te...
leased 10 8 LEASE, to contract t...
leaved 12 12 having leaves [adj]
leched 16 13 LECH, to engage in l...
ledged 12 11 having a ledge [adj]
leeped 12 11 LEEP, (Hindi) to pla...
leered 10 8 LEER, to look with a...
legend 11 11 an unverified story...
legged 13 12 LEG, to walk briskly...
leired 11 8 LEIR, (Scots) to tea...
lekked 13 16 LEK, to gather at a...
lenged 11 11 LENG, to tarry [v]
lensed 10 9 LENS, to make a film...
lepped 15 14 LEP, (dialect) to le...
lested 11 8 LEST, (Spenser) to l...
letted 11 8 LET, to allow [v]
leveed 12 12 LEVEE, to attend suc...
levied 13 12 LEVY, to impose or c...
libbed 16 14 LIB, to geld [v]
licked 16 15 LICK, to lap, taste...
lidded 12 10 LID, to provide with...
lifted 14 11 LIFT, to raise highe...
ligand 12 11 an atom, molecule, r...
ligged 14 12 LIGGE, (dialect) to...
lilied 13 9 covered with lilies...
lilled 14 10 LILL, (Spenser) to l...
lilted 13 9 LILT, to sing or spe...
limbed 15 14 LIMB, to cut off the...
limned 12 12 LIMN, (archaic) to p...
limped 15 14 LIMP, to walk lamely...
limpid 16 14 transparent [adj LIM...
linked 12 13 LINK, to connect [v]
linned 10 10 LIN, to cease [v]
linted 11 9 LINT, to put lint on...
lipoid 14 11 any of a class of fa...
lipped 16 14 LIP, to touch with t...
liquid 21 18 free-flowing [adj LI...
lirked 13 12 LIRK, (Scots) to wri...
lisped 14 11 LISP, to pronounce t...
listed 12 8 LIST, to write down...
lithed 14 10 LITHE, to listen [v]
lizard 15 17 any of a suborder of...
loaded 10 9 LOAD, to place goods...
loafed 12 11 LOAF, to pass time i...
loamed 11 11 LOAM, to cover with...
loaned 9 9 LOAN, to lend [v]
loaved 12 12 LOAVE, to form a hea...
lobbed 15 14 LOB, to hit a ball i...
locked 15 15 LOCK, to secure with...
locoed 13 11 LOCO, to poison with...
lodged 12 11 LODGE, to provide te...
lofted 13 11 LOFT, to propel high...
logged 13 12 LOG, to fell timber...
logoed 11 10 having a logo [adj]
loided 11 9 LOID, to open a lock...
lolled 13 10 LOLL, to lounge, als...
longed 11 11 LONG, to desire stro...
looked 11 12 LOOK, to use one's s...
loomed 11 11 LOOM, to appear indi...
looped 12 11 LOOP, to form oval o...
loosed 10 8 LOOSE, to set free,...
looted 10 8 LOOT, to plunder [v]
lopped 15 14 LOP, to cut the tops...
lorded 11 9 LORD, to rule over o...
lotted 11 8 LOT, to separate int...
louned 10 10 LOUN, (Scots) to cal...
louped 13 12 LOUP, (Scots) to lea...
loured 11 9 LOUR, to look sullen...
loused 11 9 LOUSE, to spoil or b...
louted 11 9 LOUT, (obsolete) to...
lowned 13 12 LOWN, to calm, also...
lowped 16 14 LOWP, (Scots) to lea...
lowsed 14 11 LOWSE, to loosen [v]
lowted 14 11 LOWT, (obsolete) to...
lucked 16 16 LUCK, to succeed by...
luffed 16 15 LUFF, to steer a sai...
lugged 14 13 LUG, to drag heavily...
lulled 14 11 LULL, to cause to sl...
lumped 15 15 LUMP, to make into a...
lunged 12 12 LUNGE, to make a sud...
lunted 11 10 LUNT, to kindle [v]
lupoid 14 12 suffering from lupus...
lurked 13 13 LURK, to lie in wait...
lushed 14 11 LUSH, to ply with al...
lusked 13 13 LUSK, to lie about l...
lusted 12 9 LUST, to have a stro...
luvved 16 17 LUV, (colloquial) to...
macled 15 14 having a dark spot [...
madded 11 12 MAD, to become or ma...
maelid 12 11 an apple nymph [n -S...
maenad 9 11 a female follower of...
mafted 13 13 (dialect) suffering...
magged 13 14 MAGG, (Scott) to ste...
maided 11 11 MAID, to work as a m...
mailed 12 11 MAIL, to send by the...
maimed 12 13 MAIM, to injure or m...
mained 10 11 MAIN, to maim or cri...
malfed 14 14 badly fed [adj]
malled 13 12 MALL, to beat, batte...
malted 12 11 a whisky flavoured w...
manged 11 13 MANG, (archaic) to s...
manned 9 12 MAN, to provide with...
manred 10 11 (obsolete) homage or...
mantid 11 11 a predatory insect,...
mapped 15 16 MAP, to plan a layou...
maraud 11 11 to wander in search...
marked 12 14 MARK, to impress or...
marled 12 11 MARL, to fertilize w...
marred 11 10 MAR, to spoil or dam...
marted 11 10 MART, to sell, trade...
mashed 13 12 MASH, to pound down...
masjid 14 19 (Arabic) a mosque, a...
masked 12 14 MASK, to cover, cloa...
massed 11 10 MASS, to assemble as...
masted 11 10 MAST, to provide wit...
matted 11 10 MATT [v]
mauled 12 12 MAUL, to batter or m...
mazard 14 19 a kind of small blac...
mealed 11 11 MEAL, to cover with...
meaned 9 11 MEAN, to tend, signi...
meased 10 10 MEASE, (Scots) to ma...
meated 10 10 to become meat [adj]
mediad 11 11 toward the middle of...
medled 12 12 MEDLE, (Shakespeare)...
meered 10 10 MEER, to mark off, a...
meined 10 11 MEIN, (Scots) to lam...
melded 12 12 MELD, to merge, blen...
melled 13 12 MELL, (Scots) to mix...
meloid 12 11 a blister beetle [n...
melted 12 11 MELT, to change from...
mended 10 12 MEND, to repair [v]
menged 11 13 MENG, (archaic) to m...
mensed 10 11 MENSE, to do honour...
meoued 10 11 MEOU, to make the so...
meowed 13 13 MEOW, to make the so...
merged 12 12 MERGE, to combine [v...
meshed 13 12 MESH, to entangle [v...
mesiad 11 10 in biology, pertaini...
messed 11 10 MESS, to make dirty...
method 13 12 orderly procedure [n...
metred 11 10 METRE, to measure by...
meused 11 11 MEUSE, to pass throu...
mewled 15 14 MEWL, to cry feebly,...
mewsed 14 13 MEWS, to pass throug...
miched 17 15 MICHE, to play truan...
mieved 13 14 MIEVE, (Spenser) to...
miffed 16 16 MIFF, to annoy [v]
migawd 16 15 an interjection used...
mihied 14 12 MIHI, to greet cerem...
milded 13 12 MILD, to become gent...
milked 14 15 MILK, to draw milk f...
milled 14 12 MILL, to grind corn,...
milord 13 11 (French) a term of a...
milted 13 11 MILT, to impregnate...
minced 14 14 MINCE, to cut into v...
minded 11 12 MIND, to heed, to lo...
minged 12 13 MING, to mix [v]
minted 11 11 MINT, to process or...
mirved 14 14 MIRV, (slang) to pro...
misadd 12 11 to add incorrectly [...
misdid 13 11 MISDO, to do wrongly...
misfed 14 13 MISFEED, to feed inc...
misled 13 11 MISLEAD, to lead ast...
missed 12 10 MISS, to fail to mak...
misted 12 10 MIST, to become blur...
mitred 12 10 MITRE, to join with...
moaned 9 11 MOAN, to utter a low...
moated 10 10 MOAT, to surround wi...
mobbed 15 16 MOB, to crowd about...
mobled 14 14 MOBLE, (obsolete) to...
moched 16 15 MOCH, (of foods) to...
mocked 15 17 MOCK, to ridicule [v...
modded 11 12 MOD, to modify a mac...
modged 12 13 MODGE, (Dial) to do...
moered 10 10 MOER, (South African...
mogged 13 14 MOG, to move away [v...
moiled 12 11 MOIL, to drudge, wor...
molded 12 12 MOLD, to work into a...
molted 12 11 MOLT, to shed feathe...
monged 11 13 (slang) under the in...
monied 10 11 having lots of money...
mooled 11 11 MOOL, (Scots) to cov...
mooned 9 11 MOON, to wander abou...
mooped 12 13 MOOP, (Scots) to nib...
moored 10 10 MOOR, to secure a ve...
mooted 10 10 MOOT, to bring up fo...
mooved 12 14 MOOVE, (obsolete) to...
mopped 15 16 MOP, to clean with a...
morbid 14 13 of the nature of or...
morned 10 11 blunted [adj]
moshed 13 12 MOSH, to dance frant...
mossed 11 10 MOSS, to cover with...
mothed 13 12 moth-eaten [adj]
mouped 13 14 MOUP, (Scots) to nib...
moused 11 11 MOUSE, to hunt mice...
moyled 18 13 MOYLE, to moil, toil...
mucked 16 18 MUCK, to manure with...
mucoid 15 14 a substance like muc...
mudded 12 13 MUD, to cover with s...
mudged 13 14 MUDGE, to equivocate...
muffed 16 17 MUFF, to make a mess...
mugged 14 15 MUGG, to make funny...
mulled 14 13 MULL, to ponder [v]
mummed 14 17 MUMM, to act in a di...
mumped 15 17 MUMP, to mumble, mut...
munged 12 14 MUNG, to process com...
munted 11 12 destroyed or ruined;...
murked 13 15 MURK, to murder, def...
murled 13 12 MURL, (Scots) to cru...
muscid 16 14 a member of the hous...
mushed 14 13 MUSH, to reduce to m...
musjid 15 20 (Arabic) a mosque, a...
musked 13 15 MUSK, to perfume wit...
mussed 12 11 MUSS, to disarrange,...
musted 12 11 MUST, to powder, als...
muzzed 18 29 MUZZ, to make muzzy...
myriad 18 12 ten thousand [n -S]
myxoid 24 19 containing mucus [ad...
nabbed 13 14 NAB, to seize [v]
nacred 12 11 having mother-of-pea...
naffed 13 14 NAFF, to go away (as...
nagged 11 12 NAG, to find fault i...
nailed 10 9 NAIL, to fasten with...
napped 13 14 NAP, to sleep briefl...
narded 9 9 NARD, to anoint with...
narked 10 12 NARK, to spy or info...
nasard 9 8 an organ stop [n -S]
navaid 11 12 any of the electroni...
nealed 9 9 NEAL, an aphetic for...
neaped 10 11 NEAP, to tend toward...
neared 8 8 NEAR, to approach [v...
nebbed 13 14 NEB, of birds, to to...
necked 13 15 NECK, to kiss and ca...
needed 8 9 NEED, to have an urg...
neesed 8 8 NEESE, (Scots) to sn...
neezed 11 17 NEEZE, (Scots) to sn...
nemned 9 12 NEMN, (obsolete) to...
neoned 7 9 having a gaseous ele...
nereid 9 8 a sea nymph, one of...
nerved 11 12 NERVE, to give coura...
nested 9 8 NEST, to build a str...
netted 9 8 NET, to catch in an...
nevoid 11 12 of or like a nevus,...
newsed 12 11 NEWS, to report rece...
nibbed 14 14 NIB, to provide with...
niched 15 13 NICHE, to place in a...
nicked 14 15 NICK, to make a shal...
niffed 14 14 NIFF, to smell bad [...
nighed 13 12 NIGH, to draw near t...
nilled 12 10 NILL, to be unwillin...
nimbed 13 14 having a halo [adj]
nimmed 12 14 NIM, to take or stea...
nimrod 11 11 a hunter; a stupid p...
nipped 14 14 NIP, to pinch lightl...
nirled 11 9 NIRL, (Scots) to stu...
nitrid 11 8 a compound of nitrog...
nocked 13 15 NOCK, to fit an arro...
nodded 9 10 NOD, to give a quick...
nogged 11 12 NOG, to fill a space...
noised 9 8 NOISE, to spread as...
nooned 7 9 NOON, to rest at mid...
noosed 8 8 NOOSE, to secure wit...
normed 10 11 having a norm [adj]
noshed 11 10 NOSH, to eat snacks...
nubbed 14 15 NUB, (obsolete) to h...
nudged 11 12 NUDGE, to poke gentl...
nulled 12 11 NULL, to annul, make...
numbed 13 15 NUMB, to deprive of...
nurled 11 10 NURL, to make nurls...
nursed 10 9 NURSE, to care for t...
nutted 10 9 NUT, to gather hard-...
obeyed 17 12 OBEY, to do as one i...
obtend 11 11 (obsolete) to put fo...
obtund 12 12 to blunt, deaden [v...
ochred 15 12 OCHRE, to colour wit...
odored 9 8 having an odor, also...
offend 13 14 to commit a violatio...
ogdoad 10 10 a group of eight [n...
oinked 10 12 OINK, to grunt like...
ointed 9 8 OINT, (Dryden) to an...
okayed 16 13 OKAY, to approve, pa...
ollied 12 9 OLLIE, to perform a...
omened 9 11 OMEN, to provide wit...
omigod 12 12 an interjection of s...
onload 9 9 to load a vehicle or...
onward 12 11 towards the front, a...
opaled 12 11 decorated with opal...
opened 10 11 OPEN, to cause to be...
opined 11 11 OPINE, to hold as an...
opioid 12 10 a peptide that acts...
orated 9 7 ORATE, to speak form...
orchid 16 12 any plant or flower...
osmund 11 12 any fern of the genu...
otarid 10 7 of or like an otary,...
ouched 15 13 OUCH, to set a preci...
ousted 10 8 OUST, to expel or re...
outadd 10 9 to surpass in adding...
outbid 13 11 to bid higher than [...
outdid 11 9 OUTDO, to exceed in...
outled 11 9 OUTLEAD, to surpass...
outred 10 8 to surpass in rednes...
ovated 11 11 OVATE, to receive wi...
ovened 10 12 OVEN, to cook in an...
overed 11 11 OVER, to go, leap or...
oxford 18 17 a soft durable plain...
oxhead 17 16 a blockhead [n -S]
oxherd 18 16 one who tends oxen [...
oxland 16 16 as much land as one...
ozalid 14 17 a process of printin...
packed 16 17 PACK, to enclose for...
padded 12 12 PAD, to stuff or fil...
paiked 13 14 PAIK, (Scots) to thu...
pained 11 11 PAIN, to cause suffe...
paired 12 10 PAIRE, (obsolete) an...
palled 14 12 PALL, to grow wearis...
pallid 15 12 pale, wan [adj PALLI...
palmed 14 14 PALM, to touch with...
palped 15 14 PALP, to sense by to...
panged 12 13 PANG, to inflict a v...
panned 10 12 PAN, to criticize ha...
panted 11 11 PANT, to breathe qui...
papped 16 16 PAP, to feed with so...
parded 12 11 spotted [adj]
parged 13 12 PARGE, to cover with...
parked 13 14 PARK, to leave a veh...
parled 13 11 PARLE, to discuss te...
parped 14 13 PARP, to sound a car...
parred 12 10 PAR, to score a cert...
parsed 12 10 PARSE, to describe a...
parted 12 10 PART, to divide, sep...
pashed 14 12 PASH, to strike viol...
passed 12 10 PASS, to go by [v]
pasted 12 10 PASTE, to fasten wit...
pathed 14 12 PATH, (Shakespeare)...
patted 12 10 PAT, to stroke gentl...
paused 12 11 PAUSE, to stop tempo...
paveed 13 14 set close together t...
pawned 14 14 PAWN, to deposit as...
peaced 14 13 PEACE, (Shakespeare)...
peacod 14 13 the pod of the pea,...
peaked 12 14 PEAK, to reach a max...
pealed 12 11 PEAL, to ring out [v...
peaned 10 11 PEAN, to beat with a...
peapod 13 13 the pod of the pea,...
peased 11 10 PEASE, (obsolete) to...
peazed 14 19 PEAZE, to weigh, als...
peched 17 15 PECH, (Scots) to pan...
pecked 16 17 PECKE, (Shakespeare)...
peeked 12 14 PEEK, to sneak a sly...
peeled 12 11 PEEL, to remove the...
peened 10 11 PEEN, to beat with a...
peeped 13 13 PEEP, to cheep like...
peered 11 10 PEER, to look narrow...
peeved 13 14 PEEVE, to irritate [...
pegged 14 14 PEG, to fasten with...
peghed 15 14 PEGH, (Scots) to pan...
peined 11 11 PEIN, to beat with a...
peised 12 10 PEISE, to weigh, als...
peized 15 19 PEIZE, to weigh, als...
pelled 14 12 PELL, to strike or t...
peloid 13 11 a mud or other natur...
pelted 13 11 PELT, to shower blow...
pended 11 12 PEND, to remain unse...
penned 10 12 PEN, to write, or co...
pentad 11 11 a group of five [n -...
pepped 16 16 PEP, to fill with en...
peptid 15 13 a combination of ami...
perced 15 13 PERCE, (Spenser) to...
percid 16 13 a freshwater fish of...
period 12 10 one of the main divi...
perked 13 14 PERK, to carry onese...
permed 13 13 PERM, to permanent w...
perned 11 11 PERN, to move with a...
pernod 11 11 (tradename) an anise...
perved 14 14 PERVE [v]
petard 12 10 an explosive device,...
petted 12 10 PET, to caress with...
peysed 18 12 PEYSE, to weigh, als...
phased 14 12 PHASE, to carry out...
phesed 14 12 PHESE, to unsettle,...
phoned 13 13 PHONE, to telephone...
physed 21 14 (short for) physical...
picked 17 17 PICK, to choose [v]
pieced 15 13 PIECE, to join into...
pierid 13 10 any butterfly belong...
pigged 15 14 PIG, to give birth t...
pilled 15 12 PILL, to administer...
pimped 16 16 PIMP, to solicit cli...
pinged 13 13 PING, to produce a b...
pinked 13 15 PINK, to cut a saw-t...
pinned 11 12 PIN, to fasten with...
pioned 11 11 (Shakespeare) perhap...
pioted 12 10 (Scots) pied [adj]
pipped 17 16 PIP, to offend or di...
piqued 21 20 PIQUE, to arouse ang...
pished 15 12 PISH, to express con...
pissed 13 10 PISS, to urinate [v]
pisted 13 10 marked off into pist...
pithed 15 12 PITH, to sever the c...
pitied 13 10 PITY, to feel sorrow...
pitted 13 10 PIT, to mark with de...
placed 16 14 PLACE, to assign to...
placid 17 14 calm in nature [adj...
planed 12 12 PLANE, to make smoot...
plated 13 11 PLATE, to cover with...
played 19 13 PLAY, to engage in r...
pleaed 12 11 PLEA, to dispute in...
pleiad 13 11 a group of seven ill...
plexed 19 18 PLEX, to make a plex...
plongd 14 14 PLONG, (Spenser) to...
plowed 16 14 PLOW, to turn soil w...
ployed 19 13 PLOY, to move from a...
plumed 15 15 PLUME, to cover with...
plused 14 12 PLUS, to increase in...
pocked 16 17 POCK, to pit the ski...
podded 12 12 POD, to produce seed...
poeped 13 13 POEP, (Afrikaans) to...
pogoed 12 12 POGO, (tradename) to...
poised 12 10 POISE, to hold in a...
polked 14 15 POLK, to dance a pol...
polled 14 12 POLL, to assess publ...
polted 13 11 POLT, to strike, thu...
ponced 14 14 PONCE, to live on im...
ponded 11 12 POND, to collect wat...
ponged 12 13 PONG, to stink, also...
pongid 13 13 any large ape esp. t...
ponied 11 11 PONY, old slang for...
ponked 12 15 PONK, to smell bad,...
poohed 13 12 POOH, to express con...
pooled 12 11 POOL, to contribute...
pooped 13 13 POOP, to tire out [v...
pooted 11 10 POOT, (Scots) to sho...
popped 16 16 POP, to make a sharp...
porged 13 12 PORGE, in Jewish rit...
porked 13 14 PORK, to eat ravenou...
ported 12 10 PORT, to carry, conv...
poshed 14 12 POSH, to polish up [...
possed 12 10 POSS, to wash clothe...
posted 12 10 POST, to display in...
potted 12 10 POT, to put into a r...
poufed 14 14 POUF, to give a puff...
pouped 14 14 POUPE, (obsolete) to...
poured 12 11 POUR, to cause to fl...
pouted 12 11 POUT, to protrude th...
powred 15 13 POWRE, (Spenser) to...
poysed 18 12 POYSE, (obsolete) to...
prated 12 10 PRATE, to talk fooli...
prayed 18 12 PRAY, to intercede o...
prebid 15 13 to bid beforehand [v...
premed 13 13 a student preparing...
preved 14 14 PREVE, to prove, als...
preyed 18 12 PREY, to exploit or...
priced 16 13 PRICE, to set a valu...
prided 13 11 PRIDE, to feel self-...
primed 14 13 PRIME, to make ready...
prised 13 10 PRISE, to raise or f...
prized 16 19 PRIZE, to value high...
probed 14 13 PROBE, to examine th...
proked 13 14 PROKE, (dialect) to...
proled 13 11 PROLE, to prowl, als...
prosed 12 10 PROSE, to write with...
proved 14 14 PROVE, to establish...
pruned 12 12 PRUNE, to trim and s...
prysed 19 12 PRYSE, (Spenser) to...
psocid 16 13 any member of the fa...
pubbed 17 17 PUB, to go to a publ...
pucked 17 18 PUCK, to hit a puck...
puered 12 11 PUER, to tan leather...
puffed 17 17 PUFF, to blow in sho...
pugged 15 15 PUG, to fill in with...
pulled 15 13 PULL, to draw or dra...
pulped 16 15 PULP, to reduce to a...
pulsed 14 12 PULSE, to expand and...
pumped 16 17 PUMP, to propel liqu...
punced 15 15 PUNCE, (dialect) to...
punned 11 13 PUN, to make a play...
punted 12 12 PUNT, to propel thro...
pupped 17 17 PUP, to give birth t...
pureed 12 11 PUREE, to reduce to...
purged 14 13 PURGE, to purify [v]
purled 14 12 PURL, to knit with a...
purred 13 11 PURR, to utter a low...
pursed 13 11 PURSE, to pucker, es...
pushed 15 13 PUSH, to thrust or p...
pusled 14 12 PUSLE, to puzzle [v]
putrid 14 11 rotten [adj PUTRIDER...
putted 13 11 PUT, to place in pos...
putzed 16 20 PUTZ, to waste time...
quaked 19 21 QUAKE, to shake [v]
quemed 19 20 QUEME, (Spenser) to...
queued 18 18 QUEUE, to line up fo...
quired 19 17 QUIRE, to sing in co...
quited 19 17 QUITE, to depart fro...
quoted 18 17 QUOTE, to repeat the...
quyted 25 19 QUYTE, (obsolete) to...
racked 14 14 RACK, to place in a...
radded 10 9 RAD, to fear [v]
rafted 12 10 RAFT, to ride on wat...
ragged 12 11 tattered [adj RAGGED...
raided 10 8 RAID, to make a sudd...
raiked 11 11 RAIK, (Scots) to go;...
railed 11 8 RAILE, (Spenser) to...
rained 9 8 RAIN, to fall in dro...
raised 10 7 RAISE, to move to a...
raited 10 7 RAIT, to soak flax,...
rammed 12 13 RAM, to thrust rough...
ramped 13 13 RAMP, to swindle, es...
ramrod 11 10 to push or drive wit...
ranced 12 11 RANCE, to prop [v]
rancid 13 11 rank in taste or sme...
randed 9 9 RAND, to rant [v]
ranged 10 10 RANGE, to place in a...
ranked 10 12 RANK, to assign to a...
ranted 9 8 RANT, to declaim bom...
rapped 14 13 RAP, to strike sharp...
rarked 11 11 RARK, (New Zealand)...
rashed 12 9 RASH, to dash, rush...
rasped 12 10 RASP, to scrape with...
ratted 10 7 RAT, to hunt long-ta...
raucid 14 11 loud and unruly, als...
rayled 17 10 RAYLE, (Spenser) to...
razeed 12 16 RAZEE, to cut down b...
razzed 16 25 RAZZ, to deride [v]
reaked 10 11 REAK, (obsolete) to...
reamed 10 10 REAM, to enlarge the...
reaped 11 10 REAP, to cut for har...
reared 9 7 REAR, to lift uprigh...
reaved 11 11 REAVE, (archaic) to...
rebind 12 11 to bind again [v REB...
rebred 12 10 REBREED, to breed ag...
recced 16 13 RECCE, to make a pre...
recked 14 14 RECK, to be concerne...
reclad 14 11 to clad again [v REC...
record 13 10 to register in writi...
redbud 13 12 a small ornamental l...
redded 10 9 REDD, to put in orde...
redyed 16 10 REDYE, to dye again...
reeded 9 8 REED, to fasten or t...
reefed 11 10 REEF, to reduce the...
reeked 10 11 REEK, to give off sm...
reeled 10 8 REEL, to wind on a t...
reeved 11 11 REEVE, to fasten by...
refeed 11 10 to feed again [v REF...
reffed 14 13 REF, to referee [v]
refind 12 11 to find again [v REF...
refold 13 11 to fold again [v -ED...
refund 12 12 to give back [v -ED,...
regard 11 9 to look upon, to est...
regild 13 10 to gild once more [v...
reined 9 8 REIN, to restrain [v...
reived 12 11 REIVE, (archaic) to...
relaid 11 8 RELAY, to put down n...
reland 10 9 to land again [v -ED...
relend 10 9 to lend again [v REL...
relied 11 8 RELY, to depend on c...
reload 10 8 to load again [v -ED...
remand 10 11 to send back [v -ED,...
remead 10 10 (Scots) to remedy, a...
remeid 11 10 (Scots) to remedy, a...
remend 10 11 to mend again [v -ED...
remind 11 11 to cause to remember...
remold 12 11 to retread a tyre, a...
remoud 11 11 (Spenser) removed [v...
rended 9 9 REND, to tear apart...
renied 9 8 RENY, (obsolete) to...
renned 8 9 REN, (obsolete) to r...
rented 9 8 RENT, to hire [v]
repaid 12 10 REPAY, to pay back [...
repand 11 11 having a wavy margin...
repled 13 11 REPLEAD, to plead ag...
repped 14 13 REP, to act as a com...
reread 9 7 to read again [v RER...
resaid 10 7 RESAY, to say again...
reseed 9 7 to seed again [v -ED...
resend 9 8 to send again [v RES...
reshod 12 9 RESHOE, to shoe agai...
resold 11 8 RESELL, to sell agai...
rested 10 7 REST, to stop word o...
retard 10 7 to hold back [v -ED,...
retied 10 7 RETIE, to tie again...
retold 11 8 RETELL, to tell agai...
retrod 10 7 RETREAD, to tread ag...
retted 10 7 RET, to expose to mo...
retund 10 9 to blunt the edge of...
reused 10 8 REUSE, to use again...
revied 12 11 REVIE, to stake high...
revved 14 15 REV, to increase the...
reward 13 10 to give in return fo...
reweld 14 11 to weld again [v -ED...
rewild 15 11 to release (an anima...
rewind 13 11 to wind again [v REW...
reword 13 10 to state again in di...
rhymed 20 14 RHYME, to compose ve...
ribald 14 11 earthily sexy [adj R...
riband 12 11 a ribbon, also RIBBA...
ribaud 13 11 (Spenser) a menial o...
ribbed 15 13 RIB, to poke fun at...
riched 16 12 RICH, to grow rich [...
ricked 15 14 RICK, to pile hay in...
ridded 11 9 RID, to free or clea...
ridged 12 10 RIDGE, to form into...
riffed 15 13 RIFF, to play such a...
rifled 14 11 RIFLE, to search thr...
rifted 13 10 RIFT, to form a fiss...
rigged 13 11 RIG, to equip or fit...
rilled 13 9 RILL, to flow like a...
rimmed 13 13 RIM, to provide with...
rinded 10 9 RIND, to cover with...
ringed 11 10 RING, to give forth...
rinked 11 12 RINK, to skate at an...
rinsed 10 8 RINSE, to cleanse wi...
rioted 10 7 RIOT, to take part i...
ripped 15 13 RIP, to tear apart r...
risked 12 11 RISK, to expose to l...
risped 13 10 RISP, (Scots) to ras...
ritard 11 7 (Italian) a musical...
ritted 11 7 RIT, (Scots) to scra...
rizard 14 16 (Scots) a redcurrant...
roamed 10 10 ROAM, to move about...
roared 9 7 ROAR, to utter a ful...
roated 9 7 ROATE, to learn by r...
roband 11 11 a piece of yarn used...
robbed 14 13 ROB, to steal [v]
rocked 14 14 ROCK, to move back a...
rodded 10 9 ROD, to clear a drai...
rogued 11 10 ROGUE, to cheat or d...
roiled 11 8 ROIL, to make muddy...
roined 9 8 ROIN, (Spenser) to g...
rolfed 13 11 ROLF, to perform a d...
rolled 12 9 ROLL, to move along...
romped 13 13 ROMP, to play boiste...
roofed 11 10 ROOF, to provide a b...
rooked 10 11 ROOK, to swindle [v]
roomed 10 10 ROOM, to occupy a ro...
rooped 11 10 ROOP, (Scots) to mak...
roosed 9 7 ROOSE, to heap prais...
rooted 9 7 ROOT, to implant in...
rorted 10 7 RORT, to falsify acc...
roscid 14 10 dewy [adj]
rosied 10 7 ROSY, to redden [v]
rosted 10 7 ROST, (obsolete) to...
rotted 10 7 ROT, to decompose [v...
rotund 10 9 rounded, plump [adj...
rouged 11 10 ROUGE, to colour wit...
rouped 12 11 ROUP, (Scots) to auc...
roused 10 8 ROUSE, to disturb or...
routed 10 8 ROUTE, to send on a...
rowted 13 10 ROWT, to rummage out...
royned 15 10 ROYNE, (Spenser) to...
rubbed 15 14 RUB, to apply fricti...
rubied 13 11 RUBY, to redden [v]
ruched 16 13 RUCHE, to trim with...
rucked 15 15 RUCK, to wrinkle or...
rudded 11 10 RUD, (Spenser) to re...
ruffed 15 14 RUFF, at bridge, to...
rugged 13 12 having an uneven sur...
ruined 10 9 RUIN, to destroy [v]
rumped 14 14 RUMP, to turn one's...
runged 11 11 having rungs [adj]
runted 10 9 stunted [adj]
rushed 13 10 RUSH, to move swiftl...
rusted 11 8 RUST, to form a coat...
rutted 11 8 RUT, to make grooves...
rymmed 19 15 RYMME, (obsolete) to...
sabbed 14 13 SAB, (Scots) to sob...
sabled 13 11 SABLE, to darken [v]
sabred 12 10 SABRE, to strike wit...
sacked 14 14 SACK, to put into a...
sacred 13 10 dedicated to or set...
sadded 10 9 SAD, to express sadn...
sagged 12 11 SAG, to bend or give...
sailed 11 8 SAIL, to be pushed i...
sained 9 8 SAINE, (Spenser) 3rd...
saired 10 7 SAIR, to savour, als...
saiyid 17 9 (Arabic) a descendan...
salewd 14 11 SALUE, (obsolete) to...
sallad 12 9 (archaic) a salad [n...
salpid 14 11 a free-swimming smal...
salted 11 8 SALT, to put salt on...
salued 11 9 SALUE, (obsolete) to...
salved 13 12 SALVE, to soothe [v]
sammed 12 13 SAM, (Spenser) to ga...
sanded 9 9 SAND, to cover with...
sapped 14 13 SAP, to deprive of s...
sashed 12 9 SASH, to dress or ad...
sassed 10 7 SASS, to talk impude...
sauced 13 11 SAUCE, to serve with...
sauted 10 8 SAUTE, (French) to f...
sayyid 23 11 (Arabic) a descendan...
scaled 14 11 SCALE, to climb up o...
scaped 15 13 SCAPE, to escape [v]
scared 13 10 frightened [adj SCAR...
scened 12 11 SCENE, to set in a p...
schrod 16 12 a young cod, also SC...
scoped 15 13 SCOPE, to examine wi...
scored 13 10 SCORE, to achieve a...
scowed 16 13 SCOW, to transport b...
screed 13 10 to tear; to make a s...
scried 14 10 SCRY, to engage in c...
scused 14 11 SCUSE, an aphetic fo...
seabed 11 10 the bottom of the se...
sealed 10 8 SEAL, to close or ma...
seamed 10 10 SEAM, to join by sew...
seaned 8 8 SEAN, to catch fish...
seared 9 7 SEAR, to burn [v]
seased 9 7 SEASE, (Spenser) to...
seated 9 7 SEAT, to place on a...
seazed 12 16 SEAZE, (Spenser) to...
second 12 11 number two in sequen...
secund 13 12 esp. of the flowers...
sedged 11 10 bordered by sedge [a...
seeded 9 8 SEED, to sow a crop...
seeled 10 8 SEEL, to stitch clos...
seemed 10 10 SEEM, to appear to b...
seeped 11 10 SEEP, to pass slowly...
segued 11 10 SEGUE, to proceed fr...
seiled 11 8 SEIL, to strain, als...
seined 9 8 SEINE, to catch fish...
seised 10 7 SEISE, to take hold...
seized 13 16 SEIZE, to take hold...
selfed 13 11 SELF, to fertilize b...
semeed 10 10 in heraldry, strewn...
sended 9 9 SEND, to cause to go...
sensed 9 8 SENSE, to have an im...
sented 9 8 SENT, (obsolete) to...
serged 11 9 with sewn seams [adj...
serred 10 7 SERR, to press close...
served 12 11 SERVE, to work for [...
sessed 10 7 SESS, to assess (how...
sexfid 19 17 cleft in six [adj]
sexted 16 14 SEXT, to send a text...
shaded 12 10 SHADE, to screen fro...
shahid 15 11 (Arabic) a martyr fo...
shaird 13 9 a fragment of broken...
shaked 13 13 SHAKE, to move to an...
shaled 13 10 SHALE, to shell, hus...
shamed 13 12 SHAME, to cause to f...
shaped 14 12 SHAPE, to fashion in...
shared 12 9 SHARE, to use in com...
shaved 14 13 SHAVE, to remove hai...
shawed 15 12 SHAW, (Scots) to sho...
shewed 15 12 SHEW, (archaic) to s...
shield 14 10 to protect from harm...
shined 12 10 SHINE, to emit light...
shired 13 9 SHIR, to pucker, als...
shited 13 9 SHITE, (slang) to sh...
shooed 11 9 SHOO, to drive away...
shored 12 9 SHORE, to prop up [v...
should 14 11 SHALL, used as an au...
shoved 14 13 SHOVE, to push rough...
showed 15 12 SHOW, to cause or pe...
shrewd 16 12 having keen insight...
shroud 13 10 to attire in burial...
shrowd 16 12 (Shakespeare) shrewd...
shuled 14 11 SHULE, (dialect) to...
shuted 13 10 SHUTE, to convey by...
sialid 12 8 an alderfly, also SI...
sicced 17 13 SIC, to incite a dog...
sicked 15 14 SICK, to urge to att...
sidled 12 9 SIDLE, to move sidew...
sieged 11 9 SIEGE, to subject to...
sieved 12 11 SIEVE, to pass throu...
sifted 13 10 SIFT, to pass throug...
sighed 14 11 SIGH, to emit a deep...
signed 11 10 SIGN, to write one's...
silked 13 12 SILK, to cover with...
siloed 11 8 SILO, to store in a...
silted 12 8 SILT, to fill with a...
sinded 10 9 SIND, (Scots) to rin...
singed 11 10 SINGE, to burn sligh...
sinned 9 9 SIN, to offend again...
sipped 15 13 SIP, to drink in sma...
sirred 11 7 SIR, to use a respec...
sisted 11 7 SIST, to stay, as ju...
sithed 13 9 SITHE, (archaic) to...
skated 11 11 SKATE, to glide over...
skewed 14 14 SKEW, to make obliqu...
skited 12 11 SKITE, (Australian s...
skived 14 15 SKIVE, to pare or sp...
skoled 12 12 SKOL, (Old Norse) to...
skried 12 11 SKRY, to see the fut...
skyfed 20 16 SKYF, (South Africa)...
skyred 18 13 SKYRE, (Scots) to sh...
skyted 18 13 SKYTE, (Scots) to da...
slaked 12 12 SLAKE, to quench [v]
slated 11 8 SLATE, to roof with...
slaved 13 12 SLAVE, to work like...
slayed 17 10 SLAY, to kill [v]
sleded 11 9 (Shakespeare) an irr...
slewed 14 11 SLEW, to cause to mo...
sliced 15 11 SLICE, to cut in pie...
slided 12 9 SLIDE, to move smoot...
slimed 13 11 SLIME, to cover with...
sliped 14 11 SLIPE, to peel [v]
slived 14 12 SLIVE, to slip [v]
sloped 13 11 SLOPE, to slant or i...
slowed 14 11 SLOW, to reduce spee...
smeked 12 14 SMEKE, (Scots) to sm...
smiled 13 11 SMILE, to look joyfu...
smoked 12 14 SMOKE, to emit a gas...
smored 11 10 SMORE, (Scots) to sm...
snaked 10 12 SNAKE, to slither li...
snared 9 8 SNARE, to trap [v]
snawed 12 11 SNAW, to snow [v]
snided 10 9 SNIDE, to fill or lo...
sniped 12 11 SNIPE, to shoot from...
snoked 10 12 SNOKE, to prowl or s...
snored 9 8 SNORE, to breath noi...
snowed 12 11 SNOW, to rain white...
soaked 10 11 SOAK, to saturate in...
soaped 11 10 SOAP, to treat with...
soared 9 7 SOAR, to fly at a gr...
sobbed 14 13 SOB, to cry with a c...
socked 14 14 SOCK, to strike forc...
sodded 10 9 SOD, to cover with t...
softed 12 10 SOFT, (Spenser) to s...
sogged 12 11 SOG, to soak [v]
soiled 11 8 SOIL, to make dirty...
soland 10 9 the common gannet, a...
soloed 10 8 SOLO, to perform a s...
solved 13 12 SOLVE, to find the a...
sooked 10 11 SOOK, (Scots) to suc...
sooled 10 8 SOOL, to incite (a d...
soomed 10 10 SOOM, (Scots) to swi...
sooped 11 10 SOOP, (Scots) to swe...
sooted 9 7 SOOT, to cover with...
sopped 14 13 SOP, to dip or soak...
sorbed 12 10 SORB, to adsorb or a...
sorded 10 8 SORD, of mallard, to...
sordid 11 8 low, mean [adj SORDI...
sorned 9 8 SORN, (Scots) to imp...
sorted 10 7 SORT, to arrange in...
sossed 10 7 SOSS, to fall at onc...
sotted 10 7 SOT, to play the dru...
souced 13 11 SOUCE, (Spenser) to...
souked 11 12 SOUK, (Scots) to suc...
souled 11 9 having a soul [adj]
soumed 11 11 SOUM, (Scots) to rec...
souped 12 11 SOUP, to increase th...
soured 10 8 SOUR, to make sour [...
soused 10 8 SOUSE, to pickle; to...
sowced 16 13 SOWCE, to pickle; to...
sowfed 15 13 SOWF, (Scots) to whi...
sowled 14 11 SOWLE, (Scots) to pu...
sowmed 14 13 SOWM, to ascertain t...
sowped 15 13 SOWP, (Scots) to soa...
sowsed 13 10 SOWSE, (Spenser) to...
soyled 17 10 SOYLE, (obsolete) to...
spaced 15 13 SPACE, to arrange at...
spaded 12 11 SPADE, to dig with a...
spaned 11 11 SPANE, (Scots) to we...
spared 12 10 SPARE, to refrain fr...
sparid 13 10 any of a family of m...
spauld 14 12 (Scots) the shoulder...
spayad 18 12 (obsolete) a male de...
spayed 18 12 SPAY, to remove the...
spewed 15 13 SPEW, to vomit [v]
spiced 16 13 SPICE, to season wit...
spiked 14 14 SPIKE, to fasten wit...
spiled 14 11 SPILE, to stop up wi...
spined 12 11 having a spine [adj]
spired 13 10 SPIRE, to rise in a...
spited 13 10 SPITE, to treat with...
spoked 13 14 SPOKE, to supply wit...
spored 12 10 SPORE, to produce an...
spraid 13 10 SPRAY, to disperse i...
spread 12 10 to stretch over an a...
spredd 13 11 (obsolete) to spread...
spreed 12 10 SPREE, to carouse [v...
spumed 14 14 SPUME, to foam [v]
staged 11 9 STAGE, to produce fo...
staked 11 11 STAKE, to fasten wit...
staled 11 8 STALE, to become pas...
staned 9 8 STANE, (Scots) to st...
stared 10 7 STARE, to gaze fixed...
stated 10 7 STATE, to set forth...
staved 12 11 STAVE, to drive or t...
stawed 13 10 STAW, (Scots) to sta...
stayed 16 9 STAY, to remain in a...
steard 10 7 STEER, to guide or d...
steded 10 8 STEDE, (Spenser) to...
steeld 11 8 STELL, to establish,...
stemed 11 10 STEM, to deprive a p...
stewed 13 10 STEW, to cook by boi...
stiled 12 8 STILE, to style, des...
stimed 12 10 STIME, (Scots) to pe...
stiped 13 10 having a stipe, a st...
stired 11 7 STIRE, (archaic) to...
stived 13 11 STIVE, (dialect) to...
stoked 11 11 STOKE, to supply a f...
stoled 11 8 wearing a stole [adj...
stolid 12 8 impassive, unemotion...
stoned 9 8 STONE, to pelt with...
stoped 12 10 STOPE, to excavate i...
stored 10 7 STORE, to put away f...
stound 10 9 to ache, throb, also...
stoved 12 11 STOVE, to dry in a h...
stowed 13 10 STOW, to put away [v...
stownd 13 11 to ache, throb, also...
strand 10 8 to leave in an unfav...
strond 10 8 (Spenser) a strand,...
stroud 11 8 a kind of coarse bla...
stuped 13 11 STUPE, to treat with...
stupid 14 11 foolish [adj STUPIDE...
styled 18 10 STYLE, to name [v]
stymed 18 12 STYME, (Scots) to pe...
styred 17 9 STYRE, (Spenser) to...
styted 17 9 STYTE, (Scots) to st...
subbed 15 14 SUB, to act as a sub...
sucked 15 15 SUCK, to draw in by...
sudsed 11 9 SUDS, to wash in soa...
sueded 10 9 SUEDE, to finish lea...
sugged 13 12 SUG, to attempt to s...
sughed 14 12 SUGH, to make a moan...
suited 11 8 SUIT, to be appropri...
sulfid 15 12 a compound of an ele...
sulked 13 13 SULK, to become sull...
summed 13 14 SUM, to add, make up...
sunbed 12 12 a unit consisting of...
sunned 9 10 SUN, to expose to su...
supped 15 14 SUP, to eat supper [...
surbed 13 11 (obsolete) to set on...
surfed 13 11 SURF, to ride breaki...
surged 12 10 SURGE, to move in a...
sussed 11 8 SUSS, to arrest for...
swaged 14 12 SWAGE, to shape with...
swaled 14 11 SWALE, to scorch, si...
swayed 19 12 SWAY, to move slowly...
sweard 13 10 (Spenser) a sword [n...
sweyed 19 12 SWEY, (Scots) to swa...
swiped 16 13 SWIPE, to strike wit...
swived 16 14 SWIVE, (archaic) to...
swound 13 12 to faint, also SWOON...
swownd 16 14 (Spenser) a fainting...
synced 19 13 SYNC, to cause to op...
synded 16 11 SYND, (Scots) to rin...
tabard 12 10 a herald's or knight...
tabbed 14 13 TAB, to provide with...
taberd 12 10 a herald's or knight...
tabled 13 11 TABLE, to place on f...
tabued 12 11 TABU, to exclude or...
tacked 14 14 TACK, to fasten with...
tagged 12 11 TAG, to provide with...
tailed 11 8 TAIL, to follow clos...
talced 14 11 TALC, to treat with...
talked 12 12 TALK, to communicate...
talmud 13 12 (Hebrew) the body of...
tamped 13 13 TAMP, to pack down b...
tanged 10 10 TANG, to ring [v]
tanked 10 12 TANK, to store in a...
tanned 8 9 TAN, to become brown...
tapped 14 13 TAP, to strike gentl...
tapued 12 11 TAPU, to forbid the...
tarand 9 8 (Greek) a mythical c...
targed 11 9 TARGE, (Scots) to cr...
tarred 10 7 TARRE, (Shakespeare)...
tarted 10 7 TART, to smarten up...
tashed 12 9 TASH, (Scots) to soi...
tasked 11 11 TASK, to assign a mi...
tasted 10 7 TASTE, to savour wit...
tathed 12 9 TATH, to manure [v]
tatted 10 7 TATT, to make lace [...
tatued 10 8 TATU, to mark the sk...
tauted 10 8 TAUT, (Scots) to mat...
tawsed 13 10 TAWSE, to beat with...
tawted 13 10 TAWT, (Scots) to mat...
taxied 16 14 TAXI, to travel in a...
teamed 10 10 TEAM, to join togeth...
teared 9 7 TEAR, to weep [v]
teased 9 7 TEASE, to make fun o...
teated 9 7 having a teat [adj]
teazed 12 16 TEAZE, (obsolete) to...
tebbad 14 13 (Persian) a sandstor...
teched 15 12 (colloquial) crazy,...
tedded 10 9 TED, to spread hay f...
teemed 10 10 TEEM, to be full to...
teened 8 8 TEEN, (obsolete) to...
teered 9 7 TEER, to daub, plast...
temped 13 13 TEMP, to be employed...
temsed 11 10 TEMS, to sift, also...
tended 9 9 TEND, to watch over...
tensed 9 8 TENSE, to make tense...
tented 9 8 TENT, to cover with...
termed 11 10 TERM, to designate [...
terned 9 8 TERNE, to cover with...
tested 10 7 TEST, to examine cri...
tetrad 10 7 a group of four [n -...
texted 16 14 TEXT, to send a text...
thawed 15 12 THAW, to melt [v]
themed 13 12 THEME, to plan accor...
thewed 15 12 having thews [adj]
tholed 13 10 THOLE, to endure, be...
thoued 12 10 THOU, to address as...
thread 12 9 to pass cotton throu...
throed 12 9 THROE, to suffer vio...
ticced 17 13 TIC, to twitch [v]
ticked 15 14 TICK, to make a soun...
tidied 11 8 TIDY, to make tidy [...
tiered 10 7 TIER, to arrange in...
tiffed 15 13 TIFF, to have a pett...
tifted 13 10 TIFT, (Scots) to qua...
tigged 13 11 TIG, to touch [v]
tikied 12 11 TIKI, (Maori) to tak...
tilled 13 9 TILL, to prepare lan...
tilted 12 8 TILT, to cause to sl...
tinded 10 9 TIND, to kindle, als...
tineid 10 8 one of a family of m...
tinged 11 10 TINGE, to colour sli...
tinked 11 12 TINK, to make a shar...
tinned 9 9 TIN, to coat with a...
tinted 10 8 TINT, to colour slig...
tipped 15 13 TIP, to give a gratu...
tirled 12 8 TIRL, (Scots) to tur...
tirred 11 7 TIRR, (Scots) to str...
tithed 13 9 TITHE, to pay a tent...
titled 12 8 TITLE, to designate...
titted 11 7 TIT, to tug [v]
toazed 12 16 TOAZE, (Shakespeare)...
tocked 14 14 TOCK, to make the so...
todded 10 9 TOD, to yield a tod...
togaed 10 9 wearing a toga [adj]
togged 12 11 TOG, to clothe [v]
toiled 11 8 TOIL, to work hard [...
toited 10 7 TOIT, to saunter [v]
tolled 12 9 TOLL, to sound, as a...
toluid 12 9 a derivative of glyc...
tombed 13 13 TOMB, to place in a...
tomcod 14 13 a kind of cod, also...
tommed 12 13 TOM, to engage in pr...
tonged 10 10 TONG, to lift with t...
tonked 10 12 TONK, (Australian sl...
tooled 10 8 TOOL, to use an impl...
toomed 10 10 TOOM, to empty [v]
tooted 9 7 TOOT, to sound a hor...
topped 14 13 TOP, to cut off the...
toroid 10 7 anything shaped like...
torpid 13 10 numb, lethargic [adj...
torrid 11 7 extremely hot [adj T...
toshed 12 9 TOSH, to trim [v]
tossed 10 7 TOSS, to throw light...
totted 10 7 TOT, to total [v]
touked 11 12 TOUK, (Scots) to tap...
toured 10 8 TOUR, to travel from...
toused 10 8 TOUSE, to dishevel,...
touted 10 8 TOUT, to solicit bra...
touzed 13 17 TOUZE, to dishevel,...
toward 13 10 in the direction of,...
towsed 13 10 TOWSE, to dishevel,...
towted 13 10 TOWT, (Scots) to pou...
towzed 16 19 TOWZE, to dishevel,...
toxoid 16 14 a toxin treated to r...
traced 13 10 TRACE, to follow the...
traded 10 8 TRADE, to have deali...
traped 12 10 TRAPE, to walk in an...
trepid 13 10 quaking [adj]
triced 14 10 TRICE, to haul up wi...
trifid 14 10 divided into three p...
trined 10 8 TRINE, to place in a...
tripod 13 10 a stand with three l...
troked 11 11 TROKE, (Scots) to ba...
troped 12 10 TROPE, to provide wi...
trowed 13 10 TROW, (archaic) to b...
truced 14 11 TRUCE, to suspend ho...
tubbed 15 14 TUB, to wash in a la...
tucked 15 15 TUCK, to fold under...
tufted 13 11 TUFT, to form into a...
tugged 13 12 TUG, to pull with fo...
tumped 14 14 TUMP, to drag [v]
tunded 10 10 TUND, (archaic) to b...
tunned 9 10 TUN, to store in a l...
tupped 15 14 TUP, to copulate wit...
turbid 14 11 thick or opaque with...
turfed 13 11 TURF, to cover with...
turgid 13 10 swollen, inflated, a...
turned 10 9 TURN, to change dire...