10 letter words that end with G

10 letter words that end with G

10 letter G word

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abandoning 17 19 ABANDON, to leave or...
abdicating 23 20 ABDICATE, to renounc...
aberrating 19 16 ABERRATE, to go astr...
abjointing 21 26 ABJOINT, to cut off...
abnegating 19 19 ABNEGATE, to renounc...
abolishing 23 19 ABOLISH, to put an e...
abreacting 22 19 ABREACT, to resolve...
abrogating 20 18 ABROGATE, to repeal...
abscessing 23 19 ABSCESS, to form an...
abscinding 23 21 ABSCIND, to cut off...
absconding 22 21 ABSCOND, to depart s...
abstaining 19 17 ABSTAIN, to refrain...
absterging 21 18 ABSTERGE, to cleanse...
acclaiming 26 23 ACCLAIM, to shout ap...
accoasting 23 19 ACCOAST, to lie or s...
accolading 24 21 ACCOLADE, to give an...
accompting 27 25 ACCOMPT, to explain...
accoraging 24 21 ACCORAGE, (Spenser)...
accounting 23 21 the setting up, main...
accourting 24 20 ACCOURT, to entertai...
accoutring 24 20 ACCOUTRE, to dress o...
acerbating 22 19 ACERBATE, to embitte...
acetifying 29 21 ACETIFY, to convert...
acidifying 30 22 ACIDIFY, to render a...
acierating 20 16 ACIERATE, to turn in...
acquitting 30 26 ACQUIT, to free from...
activating 23 20 ACTIVATE, to set in...
activising 24 20 ACTIVISE, to activat...
activizing 27 29 ACTIVIZE, to activat...
addressing 18 15 the act of apeaking...
adhibiting 23 19 ADHIBIT, to attach;...
adjourning 19 25 ADJOURN, to suspend...
adpressing 20 17 ADPRESS, to press to...
advocating 22 21 ADVOCATE, to plead i...
affiancing 24 23 AFFIANCE, to betroth...
afflicting 27 23 the act of distressi...
affoording 21 20 AFFOORD, (Spenser) t...
affrapping 26 25 AFFRAP, (Spenser) to...
affronting 21 20 causing affront [adj...
aftereying 25 18 AFTEREYE, (Shakespea...
aggressing 20 17 AGGRESS, to attack f...
aggrieving 22 21 AGGRIEVE, to distres...
airlifting 22 17 AIRLIFT, to transpor...
airmailing 20 17 AIRMAIL, to send mai...
albitising 22 17 ALBITISE, to turn in...
albitizing 25 26 ALBITIZE, to turn in...
alienating 17 15 ALIENATE, to make in...
alimenting 19 18 ALIMENT, to feed, no...
alkalising 21 19 ALKALISE, to convert...
alkalizing 24 28 ALKALIZE, to convert...
alkylating 27 21 ALKYLATE, to combine...
alligating 21 17 ALLIGATE, to unite b...
allocating 22 18 ALLOCATE, to set apa...
almsgiving 24 23 the act of giving al...
ambulating 22 21 AMBULATE, to walk; t...
amnestying 24 19 AMNESTY, to pardon d...
amortising 19 16 AMORTISE, to liquida...
amortizing 22 25 AMORTIZE, to liquida...
amplifying 31 25 AMPLIFY, to make lar...
amputating 21 20 AMPUTATE, to cut off...
anglifying 28 22 ANGLIFY, to make Eng...
anguishing 21 19 ANGUISH, to suffer e...
angulating 19 18 ANGULATE, to form wi...
ankylosing 25 21 ANKYLOSE, to fuse as...
annalising 17 16 ANNALISE, to record,...
annalizing 20 25 ANNALIZE, to record,...
annotating 15 15 ANNOTATE, to append...
announcing 18 20 ANNOUNCE, to make kn...
anteceding 19 18 ANTECEDE, to go befo...
antedating 16 15 ANTEDATE, to date fr...
antibusing 20 18 opposed to the busin...
anticaking 21 21 of a food additive,...
anticising 21 17 ANTICISE, to play an...
anticizing 24 26 ANTICIZE, to play an...
antidoting 17 15 ANTIDOTE, to counter...
aphetising 22 18 APHETISE, to lose th...
aphetizing 25 27 APHETIZE, to lose th...
aphorising 22 18 APHORISE, to make a...
aphorizing 25 27 APHORIZE, to make a...
apoplexing 28 27 APOPLEX, to affect w...
appareling 22 20 APPAREL, to dress [v...
appeaching 26 24 APPEACH, (Shakespear...
appetising 22 19 APPETISE, to whet th...
appetizing 25 28 APPETIZE, to whet th...
applauding 23 22 APPLAUD, to express...
appointing 21 20 APPOINT, to assign t...
appraising 22 19 APPRAISE, to set a v...
appressing 22 19 APPRESS, to press to...
apricating 23 19 APRICATE, to expose...
arborising 20 16 ARBORISE, to form ma...
arborizing 23 25 ARBORIZE, to form ma...
archaising 23 18 ARCHAISE, to use idi...
archaizing 26 27 ARCHAIZE, to use idi...
armaturing 19 17 ARMATURE, to furnish...
armlocking 24 24 ARMLOCK, to grip by...
arraigning 18 16 a calling before a c...
arrogating 18 15 ARROGATE, to claim u...
asperating 19 16 ASPERATE, to make ro...
asphalting 23 19 ASPHALT, to coat wit...
aspirating 20 16 ASPIRATE, to pronoun...
assagaiing 18 15 ASSAGAI, to pierce w...
assaulting 19 15 ASSAULT, to attack [...
assegaiing 18 15 ASSEGAI, to pierce w...
assembling 22 20 ASSEMBLE, to collect...
assevering 19 17 ASSEVER, to solemnly...
assonating 16 14 ASSONATE, to match i...
astounding 17 16 ASTOUND, to amaze [v...
astricting 22 16 ASTRICT, (archaic) t...
astringing 19 16 ASTRINGE, to draw to...
atchieving 25 22 ATCHIEVE, (obsolete)...
athetising 20 15 ATHETISE, to reject,...
athetizing 23 24 ATHETIZE, to reject,...
atmolysing 26 19 ATMOLYSE, to separat...
atmolyzing 29 28 ATMOLYZE, to separat...
atrophying 28 20 ATROPHY, to waste aw...
attainting 17 14 ATTAINT, to pass sen...
attempting 21 19 ATTEMPT, to endeavou...
atticising 22 16 ATTICISE, to use att...
atticizing 25 25 ATTICIZE, to use att...
attracting 21 16 ATTRACT, to cause to...
attrapping 22 19 ATTRAP, to adorn wit...
attristing 19 13 ATTRIST, (obsolete)...
attritting 19 13 ATTRIT, to wear down...
auctioning 20 18 AUCTION, to sell pub...
augmenting 19 20 AUGMENT, to increase...
ausforming 21 20 the act of deforming...
autolysing 25 17 AUTOLYSE, to break d...
autolyzing 28 26 AUTOLYZE, to break d...
automating 18 17 AUTOMATE, to convert...
autopsying 26 19 AUTOPSY, to carry ou...
autosaving 19 18 AUTOSAVE, to save by...
autosexing 23 21 the act of self-sexi...
autotyping 26 19 AUTOTYPE, to reprodu...
avianising 19 18 AVIANISE, to modify...
avianizing 22 27 AVIANIZE, to modify...
babbitting 25 22 BABBITT, to fit with...
backbiting 27 26 BACKBITE, to speak i...
backdating 24 24 BACKDATE, to date to...
backfiring 27 26 BACKFIRE, to go wron...
backhoeing 25 25 BACKHOE, to dig with...
badinaging 20 20 BADINAGE, to banter...
balayaging 27 21 BALAYAGE, to highlig...
ballanting 21 19 BALLANT, to make bal...
ballasting 22 18 BALLAST, to load wit...
ballooning 20 19 BALLOON, to swell ou...
banalising 20 18 BANALISE, to make ba...
banalizing 23 27 BANALIZE, to make ba...
banqueting 27 27 feasting [n -S]
barbecuing 25 23 BARBECUE, to grill o...
barbequing 30 29 BARBEQUE, to grill o...
bargaining 20 19 BARGAIN, to haggle o...
barhopping 26 24 BARHOP, to go from o...
barracking 24 23 heckling [n -S]
barrelling 22 18 BARREL, to move fast...
barriering 20 16 BARRIER, to shut by...
bartending 19 18 BARTEND, to serve in...
bassetting 20 16 BASSETT, to outcrop,...
batfowling 26 23 BATFOWL, to catch bi...
battelling 22 18 BATTEL, to have an a...
battilling 23 18 BATTILL, to make fer...
bayoneting 24 19 BAYONET, to stab wit...
beatboxing 27 26 a form of hip-hop mu...
beatifying 28 21 BEATIFY, to make ble...
beblooding 22 21 BEBLOOD, to cover wi...
bechalking 27 26 BECHALK, to cover wi...
bechancing 27 25 BECHANCE, to happen...
becharming 26 24 BECHARM, to enchant...
beclasping 26 23 BECLASP, to clasp, e...
becloaking 24 24 BECLOAK, to place a...
beclogging 26 24 BECLOG, to clog up [...
beclothing 26 22 BECLOTHE, to put clo...
beclouding 24 22 BECLOUD, to make dim...
beclowning 26 24 BECLOWN, to make rid...
becrawling 27 23 BECRAWL, to creep ov...
becrowding 26 23 BECROWD, to press cl...
becrusting 24 20 BECRUST, to cover wi...
bedabbling 25 24 BEDABBLE, to make we...
bedaggling 23 22 BEDAGGLE, to soil by...
bedazzling 27 36 BEDAZZLE, to dazzle...
bedeviling 23 22 BEDEVIL, to plague,...
bedighting 24 21 BEDIGHT, (archaic) t...
bedimpling 25 24 BEDIMPLE, to make a...
bedirtying 27 19 BEDIRTY, to make dir...
bedizening 22 27 BEDIZEN, to dress ga...
bedropping 24 23 BEDROP, to sprinkle...
bedrugging 23 22 BEDRUG, to drug abun...
bedsitting 21 17 as in bedsitting roo...
bedwarfing 25 23 BEDWARF, to make sma...
beekeeping 21 23 the act of keeping b...
beeswaxing 28 26 BEESWAX, to polish w...
beflagging 25 24 BEFLAG, to deck with...
beflecking 27 27 BEFLECK, to cover wi...
beflumming 26 27 BEFLUM, (Scott) to b...
befretting 22 19 BEFRET, to gnaw [v]
befringing 23 22 BEFRINGE, to adorn w...
befuddling 24 23 BEFUDDLE, to confuse...
begirdling 23 20 BEGIRDLE, to surroun...
begladding 22 21 BEGLAD, to make glad...
beglooming 22 22 BEGLOOM, to make glo...
begrimming 24 24 BEGRIM, to soil with...
begroaning 19 19 BEGROAN, to groan at...
begrudging 23 22 BEGRUDGE, to concede...
behighting 26 22 BEHIGHT, to vow [v]
bejeweling 25 29 BEJEWEL, to adorn wi...
bejumbling 27 33 BEJUMBLE, to mix con...
beknotting 20 21 BEKNOT, to tie in kn...
belaboring 22 20 BELABOR, to buffet,...
belittling 23 18 BELITTLE, to dispara...
bellocking 26 25 BELLOCK, to shout [v...
bemadaming 21 23 BEMADAM, to call by...
bemingling 23 23 BEMINGLE, to mix tog...
bemouthing 23 22 BEMOUTH, (archaic) t...
bemuddling 23 23 BEMUDDLE, (archaic)...
bemuffling 27 27 BEMUFFLE, to wrap or...
bemuzzling 29 39 BEMUZZLE, to put a g...
beneficing 24 23 BENEFICE, to endow w...
benefiting 21 20 BENEFIT, to obtain a...
benighting 23 21 being overtaken with...
bepainting 21 20 BEPAINT, (archaic) t...
bepearling 22 20 BEPEARL, to cover wi...
bepimpling 27 26 BEPIMPLE, to cover w...
bepraising 22 19 BEPRAISE, to lavish...
besainting 19 17 BESAINT, to make a s...
bescouring 23 20 BESCOUR, to scour th...
beseeching 24 21 the act of imploring...
beshouting 22 19 BESHOUT, to shout at...
beshrewing 25 21 BESHREW, (archaic) t...
besmearing 20 19 BESMEAR, to smear, b...
besmudging 23 23 BESMUDGE, to cover w...
besmutting 22 20 BESMUT, to blacken w...
besoothing 21 18 BESOOTHE, to soothe...
bespeaking 22 23 BESPEAK, to request...
bespeeding 21 20 BESPEED, to help on...
bespitting 23 19 BESPIT, to spit upon...
besporting 22 19 BESPORT, to sport, p...
bespotting 22 19 BESPOT, to cover wit...
bespousing 22 20 BESPOUSE, to marry [...
bespouting 22 20 BESPOUT, to spout ov...
bestaining 19 17 BESTAIN, to stain al...
bestarring 20 16 BESTAR, to cover wit...
besteading 19 17 BESTEAD, (archaic) t...
besticking 25 23 BESTICK, to stick ov...
bestilling 23 18 BESTILL, (archaic) t...
bestirring 21 16 BESTIR, to rouse to...
bestorming 21 19 BESTORM, to assail w...
bestrewing 23 19 BESTREW, to strew, s...
bestriding 21 17 BESTRIDE, to stride...
bestrowing 23 19 BESTROW, to strew, s...
bestudding 21 19 BESTUD, to adorn wit...
beswarming 24 22 BESWARM, to swarm al...
bethanking 22 23 BETHANK, to ply with...
bethinking 23 23 BETHINK, to call to...
bethorning 21 19 BETHORN, to fill wit...
bethumbing 26 25 BETHUMB, to wear or...
bethumping 26 25 BETHUMP, to thump so...
betokening 19 21 BETOKEN, to signify...
betreading 19 17 BETREAD, to walk upo...
betrimming 23 22 BETRIM, to deck with...
betrothing 22 18 BETROTH, to engage t...
bevomiting 23 23 BEVOMIT, to vomit al...
bewearying 28 21 BEWEARY, to make wea...
bewitching 29 24 BEWITCH, to affect b...
beworrying 29 21 BEWORRY, to worry [v...
bewrapping 27 25 BEWRAP, to wrap comp...
bigfooting 23 21 BIGFOOT, to throw on...
biobanking 22 24 the practice of crea...
biofouling 23 21 fouling due to biolo...
birdliming 24 21 BIRDLIME, to smear o...
bitmapping 26 25 BITMAP, to produce a...
bitterling 22 17 a roachlike European...
blabbering 25 23 BLABBER, to reveal s...
blackening 24 25 the act of making bl...
blanketing 21 22 cloth for blankets [...
blarneying 26 20 BLARNEY, to cajole,...
blathering 23 19 BLATHER, to talk foo...
blattering 21 17 BLATTER, (Scots) to...
blemishing 25 22 BLEMISH, to mar [v]
blethering 23 19 the act of talking l...
blinkering 22 22 BLINKER, to put blin...
blistering 22 17 BLISTER, to cause fl...
blithering 24 19 BLITHER, to talk loq...
blitzkrieg 27 29 (German) a rapid adv...
blockading 25 25 BLOCKADE, to block w...
blokarting 22 21 the sport of travell...
blondining 20 20 BLONDINE, to bleach...
blossoming 22 20 BLOSSOM, to flourish...
bloviating 23 21 BLOVIATE, to speak p...
blubbering 26 24 BLUBBER, to weep eff...
blundering 21 20 the act of blunderin...
blustering 22 18 BLUSTER, to blow vio...
bobbitting 25 22 BOBBITT, to cut off...
bobtailing 23 20 BOBTAIL, to cut a ta...
boldfacing 26 24 BOLDFACE, to print i...
bollocking 26 25 BOLLOCK, to repriman...
bolstering 21 17 the act of propping...
bombarding 23 23 BOMBARD, to attack w...
bombasting 23 22 BOMBAST, to stuff or...
bookending 19 22 BOOKEND, to place so...
bookmaking 22 27 the business of a bo...
bootmaking 21 23 the craft of making...
bordraging 21 19 (Spenser) a hostile...
botanising 19 17 BOTANISE, to collect...
botanizing 22 26 BOTANIZE, to collect...
bouldering 21 19 the practice of rock...
bowhunting 25 23 BOWHUNT, to hunt wit...
boxhauling 29 27 BOXHAUL, to put (a v...
boycotting 29 21 BOYCOTT, to refuse t...
bracketing 24 23 the act of putting i...
brandering 19 18 BRANDER, to cook on...
bratticing 24 19 work in the form of...
braunching 25 23 BRAUNCH, to spread l...
bravadoing 21 21 BRAVADO, to display...
bretticing 24 19 BRETTICE, to provide...
brevetting 22 20 BREVET, to confer an...
brinelling 22 19 a localized surface...
briskening 21 21 BRISKEN, to make bri...
broadening 18 18 BROADEN, to make wid...
broidering 20 17 BROIDER, to adorn wi...
brothering 22 18 BROTHER, to treat li...
brutifying 30 22 BRUTIFY, to make bru...
bucklering 26 25 BUCKLER, (Shakespear...
buckraming 26 27 BUCKRAM, to pad or s...
buffaloing 25 24 BUFFALO, to intimida...
bulldozing 26 29 BULLDOZE, to overrid...
bullocking 27 26 BULLOCK, to force on...
bulwarking 26 25 BULWARK, to fortify...
bumsucking 27 28 sycophancy [n -S]
bunburying 29 24 BUNBURY, to create a...
burgeoning 20 20 BURGEON, to grow rap...
burglaring 23 20 BURGLAR, to enter a...
burnishing 23 20 BURNISH, to polish [...
burthening 22 20 BURTHEN, to burden [...
bushelling 25 21 BUSHEL, to mend or a...
butchering 26 22 BUTCHER, to slaughte...
buttocking 25 24 BUTTOCK, in wrestlin...
butylating 28 20 BUTYLATE, to add a b...
cagmagging 25 25 CAGMAG, to chat idly...
calamining 22 21 CALAMINE, to apply a...
calceating 24 20 CALCEATE, to shoe [v...
calcifying 34 25 CALCIFY, to convert...
calipering 24 20 CALIPER, to measure...
callousing 23 19 CALLOUS, to make or...
calorising 22 17 CALORISE, to coat st...
calorizing 25 26 CALORIZE, to coat st...
calumnying 29 24 CALUMNY, to utter fa...
camcording 25 23 CAMCORD, to videotap...
camwhoring 27 24 CAMWHORE, to perform...
canalising 21 18 CANALISE, to dig an...
canalizing 24 27 CANALIZE, to dig an...
cancelling 25 22 CANCEL, to cause not...
canonising 19 18 CANONISE, to declare...
canonizing 22 27 CANONIZE, to declare...
canoodling 20 19 CANOODLE, to kiss an...
canticoing 23 20 CANTICO, to dance as...
canulating 21 19 CANULATE, to insert...
canvassing 22 21 the act of going fro...
caponising 22 20 CAPONISE, to castrat...
caponizing 25 29 CAPONIZE, to castrat...
caprifying 32 24 CAPRIFY, to cultivat...
caprioling 24 20 CAPRIOLE, to make su...
captaining 22 20 CAPTAIN, to lead or...
captioning 22 20 CAPTION, to provide...
caracoling 24 20 CARACOLE, to perform...
caravaning 21 21 CARAVAN, to travel i...
carcassing 24 19 CARCASS, to put a fr...
caregiving 24 22 the act of giving ca...
caretaking 21 20 acting as caretaker...
carhopping 27 24 CARHOP, to work as a...
carjacking 27 32 the theft of a car a...
carnalling 22 19 CARNAL, to act carna...
carnifying 29 22 CARNIFY, to form fle...
carpooling 23 20 the sharing of cars...
carsharing 23 18 the act of sharing a...
cartooning 19 17 the making of cartoo...
casevacing 25 23 CASEVAC, to evacuate...
cashiering 23 18 the act of dismissin...
castrating 21 16 CASTRATE, to remove...
cataloging 22 19 CATALOG, to classify...
catalysing 28 19 CATALYSE, to act as...
catalyzing 31 28 CATALYZE, to act at...
catcalling 26 21 CATCALL, to deride b...
catenating 19 17 CATENATE, to link to...
cathecting 26 21 CATHECT, to invest w...
catnapping 24 23 CATNAP, to take a sh...
caucussing 25 21 the act of holding a...
cautioning 20 18 CAUTION, to warn [v]
cavitating 23 20 CAVITATE, to form ca...
centupling 24 22 CENTUPLE, to increas...
certifying 30 21 CERTIFY, to declare...
chaffering 27 24 CHAFFER, to bargain...
chagrining 24 21 CHAGRIN, to humiliat...
chalanning 22 21 CHALAN, in India, to...
chambering 26 24 lewd or wanton behav...
chamfering 26 24 CHAMFER, to channel...
chamoising 24 21 CHAMOIS, to prepare...
changeling 24 22 a child substituted...
channeling 22 21 CHANNEL, to direct a...
chaptering 25 21 CHAPTER, to divide a...
charioting 23 18 CHARIOT, to ride in...
chartering 23 18 CHARTER, to lease or...
chastening 22 19 CHASTEN, to chastise...
chastising 24 18 CHASTISE, to discipl...
chattering 23 18 talking rapidly and...
cheapening 23 22 CHEAPEN, to lower th...
checkering 27 25 CHECKER, to divide i...
chemicking 29 28 the act of treating...
chequering 31 28 CHEQUER, to divide i...
cherishing 26 20 CHERISH, to hold dea...
chickening 27 26 CHICKEN, to loose on...
chillaxing 32 27 CHILLAX, to relax co...
chimneying 30 24 CHIMNEY, to proceed...
chippering 28 24 CHIPPER, to twitter,...
chirruping 27 22 CHIRRUP, to chirp re...
chiselling 26 20 the act of shaping w...
chittagong 24 20 an Indian variety of...
chittering 24 18 the act of chitterin...
chivariing 26 22 CHIVARI, to perform...
choppering 27 24 CHOPPER, to travel b...
chorussing 24 19 CHORUS, to sing in u...
chowdering 26 22 CHOWDER, to make a t...
chromising 25 21 CHROMISE, to chrome,...
chromizing 28 30 CHROMIZE, to chrome,...
chundering 23 21 CHUNDER, (Australian...
chunnering 22 21 CHUNNER, to mutter,...
chuntering 23 20 CHUNTER, to mutter,...
chylifying 40 26 CHYLIFY, to produce...
chymifying 40 28 CHYMIFY, to form int...
cincturing 25 21 CINCTURE, to gird or...
circuiting 26 20 CIRCUIT, to move aro...
civilising 26 21 CIVILISE, to instruc...
civilizing 29 30 CIVILIZE, to instruc...
clabbering 26 23 CLABBER, to curdle,...
clambering 25 23 CLAMBER, to climb aw...
clamouring 23 21 CLAMOUR, to make a l...
clampering 25 23 CLAMPER, to botch up...
clangoring 22 20 CLANGOR, to clang lo...
clappering 26 23 the sound made by us...
clarifying 31 22 CLARIFY, to make cle...
clarioning 21 18 CLARION, to sound a...
clattering 22 17 CLATTER, to make a r...
clauchting 28 23 CLAUCHT, (Scots) to...
claughting 26 22 CLAUGHT, (Scots) to...
clicketing 27 24 CLICKET, to make a c...
clinkering 23 22 CLINKER, to make fur...
clittering 23 17 CLITTER, to make a s...
clobbering 26 23 CLOBBER, to strike v...
clottering 22 17 CLOTTER, to coagulat...
clustering 23 18 CLUSTER, to form int...
cluttering 23 18 CLUTTER, to pile in...
coadmiring 22 20 COADMIRE, to admire...
coalescing 24 20 COALESCE, to blend [...
coalifying 30 22 COALIFY, to convert...
coannexing 24 25 COANNEX, to annex jo...
coarsening 19 17 COARSEN, to make coa...
coassuming 22 20 COASSUME, to assume...
cobwebbing 30 28 COBWEB, to cover wit...
cochairing 26 21 COCHAIR, to serve jo...
cocreating 23 19 COCREATE, to create...
coderiving 23 21 CODERIVE, to derive...
coenacting 22 20 COENACT, to enact to...
coenduring 20 19 COENDURE, to endure...
coequating 28 26 COEQUATE, to equate...
coerecting 23 19 COERECT, to erect to...
coevolving 25 25 COEVOLVE, to evolve...
coexerting 26 23 COEXERT, to exert jo...
coexisting 27 23 COEXIST, to exist to...
cofounding 22 22 COFOUND, to found jo...
cogitating 22 18 COGITATE, to ponder...
cognoscing 24 22 COGNOSCE, in Scots l...
cohabiting 25 21 COHABIT, to dwell to...
cohibiting 26 21 COHIBIT, to restrain...
cohobating 24 21 COHOBATE, to distill...
coiffuring 26 23 COIFFURE, to style t...
coinciding 24 21 COINCIDE, to be iden...
coinhering 22 19 COINHERE, to inhere...
coinsuring 21 18 COINSURE, to insure...
collapsing 25 21 COLLAPSE, to crumble...
collecting 26 21 COLLECT, to bring to...
colloguing 24 21 COLLOGUE, to convers...
colloquing 31 28 COLLOQUE, to hold a...
colocating 24 20 COLOCATE, to group h...
colonising 21 18 COLONISE, to establi...
colonizing 24 27 COLONIZE, to establi...
colorising 22 17 COLORISE, to give co...
colorizing 25 26 COLORIZE, to give co...
comanaging 21 22 COMANAGE, to manage...
combatting 24 22 COMBAT, to fight aga...
combusting 25 23 COMBUST, to burn [v]
comeddling 23 22 COMEDDLE, (obsolete)...
comforting 24 22 COMFORT, to console...
comingling 24 23 COMINGLE, to blend t...
commanding 22 24 COMMAND, to direct w...
commencing 25 26 COMMENCE, to begin [...
commending 22 24 COMMEND, to praise [...
commenting 22 23 COMMENT, to remark [...
commercing 26 25 COMMERCE, to engage...
commerging 24 24 COMMERGE, to merge t...
committing 24 22 COMMIT, to perpetrat...
compacting 27 25 COMPACT, to pack clo...
companding 23 24 COMPAND, to put a si...
companying 29 25 COMPANY, to associat...
comparting 24 22 COMPART, to divide i...
compassing 24 22 contrivance, design...
compearing 23 22 COMPEAR, to appear i...
compeering 23 22 COMPEER, to be the e...
compelling 26 24 COMPEL, to force [v]
compescing 27 25 COMPESCE, (archaic)...
completing 25 23 COMPLETE, to bring t...
complexing 31 30 COMPLEX, to make com...
comporting 24 22 COMPORT, to conduct...
composting 24 22 the act of making in...
comprising 25 22 COMPRISE, to include...
comprizing 28 31 COMPRIZE, to include...
compulsing 26 24 COMPULSE, (obsolete)...
concealing 23 21 CONCEAL, to hide [v]
conceiting 23 20 CONCEIT, to form a c...
conceiving 25 24 CONCEIVE, to underst...
concerning 22 21 CONCERN, to be of in...
concerting 23 20 CONCERT, to construc...
concluding 25 23 CONCLUDE, to finish...
concocting 26 23 CONCOCT, to fabricat...
concording 23 21 CONCORD, to be in or...
concreting 23 20 CONCRETE, to solidif...
concrewing 26 23 CONCREW, (archaic) t...
concurring 24 21 CONCUR, to concur [v...
concussing 24 21 CONCUSS, to injure t...
condemning 20 22 CONDEMN, to judge un...
condensing 19 19 CONDENSE, to compres...
conducting 24 22 CONDUCT, to lead or...
confabbing 26 26 CONFAB, to converse,...
confecting 25 23 CONFECT, to prepare...
conferring 22 20 CONFER, to bestow [v...
confessing 22 20 CONFESS, to admit or...
confirming 24 23 the act of confirmin...
conflating 23 21 CONFLATE, to combine...
conforming 23 23 CONFORM, to become t...
congealing 21 20 CONGEAL, to change f...
congesting 21 19 CONGEST, to fill to...
conglobing 24 23 CONGLOBE, to become...
congreeing 20 19 CONGREE, (archaic) t...
conjecting 25 29 CONJECT, to conjectu...
conjoining 21 27 CONJOIN, to join tog...
connecting 22 21 CONNECT, to join tog...
conquering 28 27 CONQUER, to overcome...
consenting 19 18 CONSENT, to give app...
conserving 22 21 CONSERVE, to keep, p...
consigning 21 20 CONSIGN, to give ove...
consisting 21 17 CONSIST, to be compo...
consorting 20 17 CONSORT, to keep com...
conspiring 23 20 CONSPIRE, to plot to...
constating 20 17 CONSTATE, to assert...
constering 20 17 CONSTER, (archaic) t...
construing 21 18 CONSTRUE, to analyse...
consulting 22 19 CONSULT, to ask advi...
contacting 23 20 CONTACT, to communic...
containing 19 18 CONTAIN, to hold wit...
contemning 20 21 CONTEMN, to despise...
contending 19 19 striving [adj CONTEN...
contenting 19 18 CONTENT, to satisfy...
contesting 20 17 CONTEST, to compete...
continuing 20 19 CONTINUE, to go on w...
contorting 20 17 CONTORT, to twist ou...
contouring 20 18 CONTOUR, to make the...
contriving 23 21 CONTRIVE, to devise...
contunding 20 20 CONTUND, (archaic) t...
convecting 25 24 CONVECT, to transfer...
conventing 21 22 CONVENT, to assemble...
converging 23 23 CONVERGE, to come to...
conversing 22 21 CONVERSE, to speak t...
converting 22 21 CONVERT, to change i...
convicting 26 24 CONVICT, to prove gu...
convincing 25 25 CONVINCE, to satisfy...
convolving 25 26 CONVOLVE, to roll to...
convulsing 24 23 CONVULSE, to shake v...
copiloting 24 20 COPILOT [v]
coplotting 24 20 COPLOT, to plot toge...
copulating 24 21 COPULATE, to have se...
coquetting 29 26 COQUET, to flirt, al...
corbelling 25 21 corbels taken collec...
cordelling 23 19 CORDELLE, to use a t...
corelating 21 17 CORELATE, to place i...
cornifying 29 22 CORNIFY, to form ker...
cornrowing 23 20 CORNROW, to braid ha...
coronating 19 17 CORONATE, to crown [...
corotating 20 16 COROTATE, to rotate...
corralling 23 18 CORRAL, to place liv...
correcting 24 19 CORRECT, to make rig...
corrupting 24 20 CORRUPT, to make bad...
corvetting 23 20 CORVET, of a horse,...
costarring 21 16 COSTAR, to star equa...
costeaning 19 17 the act of sinking p...
counseling 21 19 the act of giving co...
countering 20 18 COUNTER, to oppose [...
couriering 21 17 COURIER, to deliver...
cradlesong 21 18 a lullaby [n -S]
cramponing 23 23 CRAMPON, to climb us...
craunching 26 23 CRAUNCH, to chew wit...
cravatting 23 20 CRAVAT, to dress in...
creasoting 20 16 CREASOTE, to coat wi...
crenelling 22 19 CRENEL, to make inde...
creolising 22 17 CREOLISE, to cause a...
creolizing 25 26 CREOLIZE, to cause a...
creosoting 20 16 CREOSOTE, to treat w...
crevassing 23 20 CREVASSE, to make a...
crewelling 26 21 the act of working i...
cricketing 26 23 CRICKET, to play a g...
crimsoning 22 20 CRIMSON, to make dee...
cringeling 23 20 a person who cringes...
crispening 23 20 CRISPEN, to make cri...
critiquing 31 26 CRITIQUE, to judge a...
crocheting 26 21 CROCHET, to work woo...
croqueting 29 26 CROQUET, to play a g...
crucifying 34 25 CRUCIFY, to put to d...
cuckolding 27 26 CUCKOLD, to humiliat...
cudgelling 25 22 a beating with a cud...
cuirassing 22 17 CUIRASS, to cover wi...
culverting 25 22 CULVERT, to channel...
cumulating 24 22 CUMULATE, to heap to...
curarising 22 17 CURARISE, to poison...
curarizing 25 26 CURARIZE, to poison...
curlicuing 27 22 CURLICUE, to decorat...
curmurring 24 21 (Scots) a rumbling o...
curtailing 23 18 CURTAIL, to cut shor...
curtaining 21 18 CURTAIN, to furnish...
curtseying 28 19 CURTSEY, to bow poli...
curvetting 24 21 CURVET, to leap, fri...
cushioning 23 20 the act of providing...
cutinising 22 18 CUTINISE, to become...
cutinizing 25 27 CUTINIZE, to become...
damnifying 27 23 DAMNIFY, to cause lo...
dandifying 26 21 DANDIFY, to dress up...
dapperling 23 21 (archaic) a dapper l...
darraining 17 15 DARRAIN, to justify,...
darrayning 23 17 DARRAYN, to justify,...
databasing 19 17 DATABASE, to put dat...
datelining 18 16 DATELINE, to provide...
daundering 17 17 DAUNDER, (dialect) t...
dauntoning 16 17 DAUNTON, to dare, al...
daysailing 25 17 DAYSAIL, to sail a y...
deadlining 18 17 DEADLINE, to put a t...
deaerating 16 14 DEAERATE, to remove...
dealigning 19 18 DEALIGN, to withdraw...
debauching 25 23 DEBAUCH, to lead int...
debearding 19 18 DEBEARD, to remove t...
debouching 25 23 DEBOUCH, to emerge o...
debriefing 22 20 questioning after a...
debruising 21 18 DEBRUISE, in heraldr...
decentring 20 18 DECENTRE, to put out...
decimating 22 20 DECIMATE, to kill ev...
declaiming 23 21 DECLAIM, to speak fo...
declassing 22 18 DECLASS, to lower in...
decoloring 21 18 DECOLOR, to deprive...
decorating 20 17 the act of adorning...
decoupling 24 22 the act of disconnec...
decreasing 20 17 diminishing [adj DEC...
decrowning 23 21 DECROWN, to deprive...
decrypting 30 22 DECRYPT, to decode [...
dedicating 21 18 DEDICATE, to set apa...
defaulting 21 19 DEFAULT, to fail to...
defecating 22 20 DEFECATE, to void ex...
defilading 21 19 DEFILADE, (French) t...
deflecting 24 21 DEFLECT, to turn asi...
defocusing 23 21 DEFOCUS, to cause to...
defragging 22 21 in computing, the pr...
defrauding 20 19 DEFRAUD, to swindle...
defreezing 22 26 DEFREEZE, to thaw ou...
defrocking 24 24 DEFROCK, to deprive...
defrosting 20 17 DEFROST, to remove f...
defuelling 22 20 DEFUEL, to remove fu...
degaussing 19 17 DEGAUSS, to demagnet...
degreasing 18 16 DEGREASE, to remove...
deindexing 23 23 DEINDEX, to unlink f...
deionising 17 15 DEIONISE, to remove...
deionizing 20 24 DEIONIZE, to remove...
delayering 24 17 the reduction of the...
delegating 19 17 DELEGATE, to appoint...
delibating 21 18 DELIBATE, (obsolete)...
delighting 23 19 DELIGHT, to give gre...
delimiting 21 18 DELIMIT, to mark the...
delivering 21 19 DELIVER, to take to...
delustring 20 16 DELUSTRE, to remove...
demagoging 20 21 DEMAGOG, to behave l...
demeriting 19 17 DEMERIT, to lower in...
demonising 18 18 DEMONISE, to make a...
demonizing 21 27 DEMONIZE, to make a...
demounting 18 19 DEMOUNT, to remove f...
denaturing 17 16 DENATURE, to deprive...
denizening 19 25 DENIZEN, to naturali...
denotating 16 15 DENOTATE, (obsolete)...
denouncing 19 20 DENOUNCE, to condemn...
densifying 26 20 DENSIFY, to increase...
denudating 17 17 DENUDATE, to strip o...
deorbiting 20 17 DEORBIT, to come out...
depainting 19 18 DEPAINT, (Spenser) t...
depeopling 22 21 DEPEOPLE, to reduce...
depilating 21 18 DEPILATE, to remove...
depositing 20 17 DEPOSIT, to place [v...
depressing 20 17 DEPRESS, to make sad...
depurating 20 18 DEPURATE, to free fr...
deputising 21 18 DEPUTISE, to act as...
deputizing 24 27 DEPUTIZE, to act as...
dequeueing 25 25 DEQUEUE, to remove f...
deraigning 18 17 DERAIGN, (obsolete)...
derivating 20 18 DERIVATE, to derive,...
derogating 18 16 DEROGATE, to lessen...
derricking 23 21 DERRICK, to hoist by...
descanting 20 18 DESCANT, to comment...
descending 20 19 (Shakespeare) lineag...
describing 24 20 DESCRIBE, to recount...
descriving 24 21 DESCRIVE, to recount...
deskilling 22 20 the act of making e....
desnooding 16 16 DESNOOD, to remove a...
desolating 18 15 DESOLATE, to lay was...
despairing 20 17 DESPAIR, to lose all...
despoiling 21 18 the act of pillaging...
desponding 19 19 hopeless [adj DESPON...
destaining 17 15 DESTAIN, to rid of s...
destocking 22 21 DESTOCK, to reduce t...
destroying 24 16 DESTROY, to damage b...
desugaring 19 17 DESUGAR, to remove t...
detangling 19 18 DETANGLE, to remove...
dethroning 19 17 DETHRONE, to remove...
detonating 16 15 DETONATE, to cause t...
detracting 21 17 DETRACT, to take awa...
detraining 17 15 DETRAIN, to alight f...
developing 22 22 DEVELOP, to bring to...
devvelling 24 24 DEVVEL, (Scots) to s...
dewatering 20 17 the act of removing...
dezincking 25 31 DEZINC, to remove zi...
diagnosing 18 17 DIAGNOSE, to identif...
diagraming 20 19 DIAGRAM, to illustra...
dialoguing 20 18 DIALOGUE, to hold a...
diamonding 18 19 DIAMOND, to adorn wi...
diapausing 20 18 DIAPAUSE, in insects...
dieselling 20 16 running after the en...
digitising 21 16 DIGITISE, to put int...
digitizing 24 25 DIGITIZE, to put int...
dignifying 28 22 DIGNIFY, to add dign...
digressing 20 16 DIGRESS, to stray fr...
dimerising 20 17 DIMERISE, to make in...
dimerizing 23 26 DIMERIZE, to make in...
diplomaing 22 21 DIPLOMA, to confer a...
dipnetting 20 18 DIPNET, to scoop fis...
dirempting 22 20 DIREMPT, to separate...
disabusing 21 18 DISABUSE, to free fr...
disallying 27 18 DISALLY, to break an...
disavowing 23 21 DISAVOW, to disclaim...
disbanding 20 19 DISBAND, to break up...
disbarking 22 21 DISBARK, to strip of...
disbarring 21 17 DISBAR, to expel fro...
disbudding 22 20 DISBUD, to remove bu...
disbursing 22 18 DISBURSE, to pay out...
discanting 21 18 DISCANT, to sing, al...
discarding 22 18 DISCARD, to throw aw...
discepting 24 20 DISCEPT, to dispute,...
discerning 21 18 DISCERN, to perceive...
discerping 24 20 DISCERP, to separate...
discipling 26 21 DISCIPLE, to cause t...
disclosing 23 18 DISCLOSE, to reveal...
discording 22 18 DISCORD, to disagree...
discouring 22 18 DISCOURE, to find ou...
discussing 23 18 DISCUSS, to talk ove...
disdaining 18 16 DISDAIN, to scorn, l...
disforming 22 20 DISFORM, to alter th...
disgesting 20 16 DISGEST, to assimila...
disgorging 21 18 DISGORGE, to vomit [...
disgowning 22 20 DISGOWN, to strip of...
disgracing 23 19 DISGRACE, to bring s...
disgrading 20 17 DISGRADE, to strip o...
disguising 21 17 DISGUISE, to conceal...
disgusting 21 17 DISGUST, to cause lo...
dishabling 24 20 DISHABLE, to render...
dishelming 23 20 DISHELM, to deprive...
dishorning 20 17 DISHORN, to deprive...
dishorsing 21 16 DISHORSE, to make so...
dishousing 21 17 DISHOUSE, to deprive...
disinuring 19 16 DISINURE, to render...
disjecting 24 26 DISJECT, to dismembe...
disjoining 20 24 DISJOIN, to separate...
disleafing 21 18 DISLEAF, to deprive...
disleaving 21 19 DISLEAVE, to deprive...
dislimbing 24 21 DISLIMB, to tear lim...
dislimning 21 19 DISLIMN, (Shakespear...
dislinking 21 20 DISLINK, to unlink,...
disloading 19 16 DISLOAD, to unload,...
dislodging 21 18 DISLODGE, to remove...
dismanning 18 19 DISMAN, to deprive o...
dismasking 21 21 DISMASK, to divest o...
dismasting 20 17 DISMAST, to remove t...
dismayling 27 20 DISMAYL, (Spenser) t...
dismissing 21 17 DISMISS, to send awa...
disnesting 18 15 DISNEST, to dislodge...
disobeying 26 19 DISOBEY, to refuse t...
disparking 22 21 DISPARK, (archaic) t...
disparting 21 17 DISPART, (archaic) t...
dispelling 23 19 DISPEL, to drive awa...
dispencing 23 21 DISPENCE, (Spenser)...
dispending 20 19 DISPEND, (obsolete)...
dispensing 20 18 DISPENSE, to distrib...
dispersing 21 17 DISPERSE, to scatter...
displacing 25 21 DISPLACE, to put in...
displaying 28 20 DISPLAY, to put on s...
disploding 22 19 DISPLODE, (Milton) t...
displuming 24 22 DISPLUME, to deprive...
disponging 21 20 DISPONGE, to sprinkl...
disporting 21 17 DISPORT, to amuse on...
disposting 21 17 DISPOST, to displace...
disprizing 25 26 DISPRIZE, to depreci...
disproving 23 21 DISPROVE, to refute...
dispunging 22 21 DISPUNGE, (Shakespea...
dispursing 22 18 DISPURSE, (Shakespea...
disranking 19 19 DISRANK, to reduce r...
disrooting 18 14 DISROOT, to tear up...
disrupting 22 18 DISRUPT, to throw in...
disseating 18 14 DISSEAT, to unseat,...
dissecting 22 17 the act of taking ap...
disseising 19 14 DISSEISE, to deprive...
disseizing 22 23 DISSEIZE, to deprive...
dissenting 18 15 DISSENT, to disagree...
disserting 19 14 DISSERT, to discuss...
disserving 21 18 DISSERVE, to treat b...
dissolving 22 19 the act of dissoluti...
dissuading 19 16 DISSUADE, to persuad...
distaining 18 15 DISTAIN, (archaic) t...
distancing 21 18 DISTANCE, to move fa...
distasting 19 14 DISTASTE, (archaic)...
distending 18 16 DISTEND, to swell [v...
distilling 22 16 the act of distillat...
distorting 19 14 DISTORT, to twist or...
disturbing 22 18 DISTURB, to interrup...
disuniting 19 16 DISUNITE, to separat...
disvaluing 22 20 DISVALUE, to dispara...
divagating 21 20 DIVAGATE, to wander...
divinising 21 19 DIVINISE, to treat a...
divinizing 24 28 DIVINIZE, to treat a...
docqueting 29 27 DOCQUET, to make a s...
doglegging 22 21 DOGLEG, to move alon...
dognapping 22 23 DOGNAP, to steal a d...
domiciling 24 21 DOMICIL, to establis...
dominating 18 18 DOMINATE, to control...
doomsaying 24 19 the act of prophesyi...
downcrying 30 23 DOWNCRY, to denigrat...
downrating 20 18 DOWNRATE, to make lo...
downsizing 24 27 the act of reducing...
downzoning 22 28 DOWNZONE, to reduce...
dragooning 17 17 DRAGOON, to compel b...
draperying 26 19 DRAPERY, to drape [v...
draughting 22 19 DRAUGHT, to draft [v...
drawstring 22 17 a cord for drawing t...
drivelling 23 20 DRIVEL, to let saliv...
drybeating 26 19 DRYBEAT, to beat wit...
drywalling 30 21 DRYWALL, to build wi...
dubitating 21 18 DUBITATE, to doubt [...
duchessing 24 20 DUCHESS, to overwhel...
dulcifying 32 24 DULCIFY, to sweeten...
dumbsizing 26 30 DUMBSIZE, to reduce...
dungeoning 17 19 DUNGEON, to confine...
dynamising 25 20 DYNAMISE, to make dy...
dynamiting 25 20 DYNAMITE, to blow up...
dynamizing 28 29 DYNAMIZE, to make dy...
earbashing 21 18 talking to someone l...
earmarking 19 20 EARMARK, to set asid...
earwigging 23 20 a scolding [n -S]
easterling 18 14 a native of the east...
ebionising 19 17 EBIONISE, to follow...
ebionizing 22 26 EBIONIZE, to follow...
echeloning 22 20 ECHELON, to arrange...
ecotouring 20 17 ECOTOUR, to go on a...
ecstasying 27 18 ECSTASY, to send int...
editioning 17 15 EDITION, to produce...
effiercing 25 22 EFFIERCE, (Spenser)...
egosurfing 21 19 EGOSURF, to search f...
electroing 21 17 ELECTRO, to make an...
elongating 18 17 ELONGATE, to lengthe...
eluviating 21 19 ELUVIATE, to undergo...
emaciating 21 19 EMACIATE, to make th...
embargoing 21 21 EMBARGO, to prohibit...
embattling 22 20 EMBATTLE, to fortify...
embezzling 28 38 EMBEZZLE, to appropr...
emblooming 22 23 EMBLOOM, to cover wi...
embolising 22 20 EMBOLISE, to cause a...
embolizing 25 29 EMBOLIZE, to cause a...
embosoming 21 22 EMBOSOM, to embrace,...
embounding 20 22 EMBOUND, (Shakespear...
emboweling 24 23 EMBOWEL, to remove t...
embowering 23 22 EMBOWER, to place in...
embraiding 21 20 EMBRAID, (Spenser) t...
embreading 20 20 EMBREAD, to braid, a...
embroiling 22 20 EMBROIL, to involve...
embrowning 23 23 EMBROWN, to make bro...
emendating 17 18 EMENDATE, to correct...
emigrating 20 18 EMIGRATE, to leave o...
emmarbling 23 23 EMMARBLE, to adorn w...
empaneling 20 21 EMPANEL, to select a...
empeaching 25 24 EMPEACH, (Spenser) t...
empeopling 23 23 EMPEOPLE, to fill wi...
emperising 21 19 EMPERISE, to play th...
emperizing 24 28 EMPERIZE, to play th...
empiercing 24 22 EMPIERCE, (Spenser)...
empighting 25 23 EMPIGHT, (Spenser) t...
emplonging 22 23 EMPLONGE, to plunge,...
empowering 23 22 EMPOWER, to authoriz...
empurpling 25 24 EMPURPLE, to dye pur...
enamelling 19 19 the act of coating w...
enamouring 17 18 ENAMOUR, to inspire...
enchaining 21 20 ENCHAIN, to bind wit...
enchanting 21 20 ENCHANT, to delight...
encharging 23 21 ENCHARGE, (archaic)...
encharming 23 22 ENCHARM, (obsolete)...
encheering 21 19 ENCHEER, (archaic) t...
encircling 25 21 ENCIRCLE, to form a...
enclasping 23 21 ENCLASP, to embrace,...
enclothing 23 20 ENCLOTHE, to clothe...
enclouding 21 20 ENCLOUD, to cover wi...
encradling 21 19 ENCRADLE, to lay in...
encreasing 19 17 ENCREASE, to become...
encrusting 21 18 ENCRUST, to cover wi...
encrypting 29 22 ENCRYPT, to put a me...
endamaging 18 20 ENDAMAGE, to damage...
endplaying 26 21 ENDPLAY, to force (a...
energising 18 16 ENERGISE, to give en...
energizing 21 25 ENERGIZE, to give en...
enervating 18 18 ENERVATE, to weaken,...
enfeebling 21 21 ENFEEBLE, to make fe...
enfeloning 18 19 ENFELON, (Spenser) t...
enfeoffing 22 23 ENFEOFF, to invest w...
enfevering 20 21 ENFEVER, to excite f...
enfiercing 22 20 ENFIERCE, (Spenser)...
enfilading 20 19 ENFILADE, to direct...
enfleshing 22 20 ENFLESH, to turn int...
enfreezing 21 26 ENFREEZE, to freeze;...
engirdling 20 18 ENGIRDLE, to secure...
englishing 22 19 ENGLISH, to cause a...
englooming 19 20 ENGLOOM, to make glo...
englutting 20 18 ENGLUT, to glut, to...
engraffing 22 22 ENGRAFF, (obsolete)...
engrafting 20 19 ENGRAFT, to graft on...
engrailing 19 17 ENGRAIL, to border w...
engraining 17 17 ENGRAIN, to fix deep...
engrasping 20 19 ENGRASP, (Spenser) t...
engrieving 20 20 ENGRIEVE, (Spenser)...
engrooving 19 20 ENGROOVE, to fit int...
engrossing 18 16 ENGROSS, to complete...
enguarding 18 18 ENGUARD, (Shakespear...
engulphing 24 23 ENGULPH, to swallow...
enhearsing 18 16 ENHEARSE, to enclose...
enkindling 19 21 ENKINDLE, to set on...
enlighting 22 19 ENLIGHT, to shed lig...
enlivening 19 20 ENLIVEN, to make liv...
enlumining 19 20 ENLUMINE, to throw l...
enqueueing 24 25 ENQUEUE, to add (a d...
enraunging 17 18 ENRAUNGE, (Spenser)...
enrheuming 20 20 ENRHEUM, (obsolete)...
enroughing 20 19 ENROUGH, (archaic) t...
enrounding 16 17 ENROUND, (Shakespear...
ensampling 21 21 ENSAMPLE, to give an...
ensconcing 22 21 ENSCONCE, to settle...
enshelling 21 18 ENSHELL, to enclose...
enshrining 19 17 ENSHRINE, to place i...
ensilaging 19 17 ENSILAGE, to store i...
ensnarling 17 16 ENSNARL, to snarl up...
ensphering 21 19 ENSPHERE, to enclose...
enstamping 20 20 ENSTAMP, to mark as...
ensteeping 18 17 ENSTEEP, (Shakespear...
enswathing 22 19 ENSWATHE, to wrap ar...
ensweeping 21 20 ENSWEEP, to sweep ov...
entangling 18 18 ENTANGLE, to twist t...
enthroning 18 17 ENTHRONE, to place o...
entrailing 18 15 ENTRAIL, (Spenser) t...
entraining 16 15 ENTRAIN, to board a...
entrancing 19 18 ENTRANCE, to fill wi...
entrapping 21 20 ENTRAP, to trap [v]
entreating 16 14 ENTREAT, to ask for...
entrusting 18 15 ENTRUST, to give ove...
entwisting 21 17 ENTWIST, to twist to...
envaulting 20 20 ENVAULT, to enclose...
enveigling 21 21 ENVEIGLE, to cajole,...
enveloping 21 22 ENVELOP, to cover co...
envenoming 18 22 ENVENOM, to put veno...
environing 18 19 ENVIRON, to envelop,...
envisaging 20 20 ENVISAGE, to visuali...
enwheeling 22 20 ENWHEEL, (Shakespear...
enwrapping 24 23 the act of wrapping...
epiloguing 22 20 EPILOGUE, to supply...
epitaphing 24 21 EPITAPH, to compose...
epitheting 22 18 EPITHET, to apply an...
equalising 27 24 EQUALISE, to make eq...
equalizing 30 33 EQUALIZE, to make eq...
equipaging 29 28 EQUIPAGE, to fit out...
eradiating 17 14 ERADIATE, to shoot o...
ergotising 19 15 ERGOTISE, to affect...
ergotizing 22 24 ERGOTIZE, to affect...
eructating 21 17 ERUCTATE, to belch o...
escalading 21 18 ESCALADE, (French) t...
escalating 21 17 ESCALATE, to increas...
escaloping 23 20 ESCALOP, to bake in...
escheating 22 18 ESCHEAT, to make an...
estimating 19 16 ESTIMATE, to calcula...
estivating 20 17 ESTIVATE, to spend t...
estranging 18 16 ESTRANGE, to alienat...
estreating 17 13 ESTREAT, to extract...
eternising 17 14 ETERNISE, to make et...
eternizing 20 23 ETERNIZE, to make et...
etherising 20 15 ETHERISE, to adminis...
etherizing 23 24 ETHERIZE, to adminis...
ethicising 24 18 ETHICISE, to treat a...
ethicizing 27 27 ETHICIZE, to treat a...
ethylating 27 18 ETHYLATE, to introdu...
etiolating 18 14 ETIOLATE, to make pa...
eulogising 20 17 EULOGISE, to extol,...
eulogizing 23 26 EULOGIZE, to extol,...
euphuising 23 20 EUPHUISE, to write i...
euphuizing 26 29 EUPHUIZE, to write i...
evacuating 22 21 EVACUATE, to move fr...
evaluating 20 19 EVALUATE, to estimat...
evanescing 21 21 EVANESCE, to fade aw...
evanishing 21 20 EVANISH, to vanish [...
everduring 20 19 everlasting [adj]
everything 28 21 all that exists [pro...
evidencing 22 22 EVIDENCE, to make ap...
evulgating 22 21 EVULGATE, to divulge...
excavating 28 27 EXCAVATE, to dig out...
excerpting 29 26 EXCERPT, to pick out...
exchanging 29 28 EXCHANGE, to give an...
exclaiming 29 27 EXCLAIM, to cry out...
execrating 26 23 EXECRATE, to declare...
exercising 27 23 EXERCISE, to perform...
exergaming 25 25 the playing of video...
exhausting 26 23 EXHAUST, to use the...
exhibiting 29 25 EXHIBIT, to display...
exhumating 27 26 EXHUMATE, to dig out...
exorcising 27 23 EXORCISE, to free of...
exorcizing 30 32 EXORCIZE, to free of...
expediting 26 24 EXPEDITE, to speed u...
explaining 26 25 EXPLAIN, to make cle...
explanting 26 25 EXPLANT, to transfer...
exploiting 27 24 EXPLOIT, to take adv...
expositing 26 23 EXPOSIT, to expound...
expounding 25 26 EXPOUND, to explain...
expressing 26 23 EXPRESS, to set fort...
expuncting 29 28 EXPUNCT, (archaic) t...
exscinding 27 25 EXSCIND, to cut out...
extincting 27 24 EXTINCT, to extingui...
extracting 27 23 EXTRACT, to draw out...
extreating 23 20 EXTREAT, (Spenser) t...
extubating 26 24 EXTUBATE, to remove...
exuviating 26 25 EXUVIATE, to cast of...
eyeballing 27 20 EYEBALL, to look clo...
eyebrowing 28 21 EYEBROW, to provide...
eyeletting 24 16 EYELET, to make a sm...
fabricking 27 26 the act of fashionin...
fabulating 23 21 FABULATE, to compose...
fabulising 24 21 FABULISE, to write f...
fabulizing 27 30 FABULIZE, to write f...
facetiming 24 22 FACETIME, to communi...
falsifying 30 22 FALSIFY, to misrepre...
fancifying 31 25 FANCIFY, to make fan...
fanfolding 22 22 FANFOLD, to fold pap...
fantasying 25 19 FANTASY, to imagine,...
faradising 20 17 FARADISE, to treat b...
faradizing 23 26 FARADIZE, to treat b...
farcifying 32 24 FARCIFY, to turn int...
fashioning 21 19 FASHION, to give a p...
fatigating 21 18 FATIGATE, to weary,...
feathering 21 18 the act of providing...
federating 19 17 FEDERATE, to unite i...
feminising 21 20 FEMINISE, to make wo...
feminizing 24 29 FEMINIZE, to make wo...
fermenting 20 20 FERMENT, to undergo...
ferrelling 22 18 FERREL, to fit with...
festooning 18 17 FESTOON, to adorn wi...
fiberising 23 19 FIBERISE, to break i...
fiberizing 26 28 FIBERIZE, to break i...
filmmaking 25 27 the making of films...
filtrating 22 17 FILTRATE, to filter...
finalising 21 18 FINALISE, to complet...
finalizing 24 27 FINALIZE, to complet...
fingerling 22 20 a salmon parr or you...
fishifying 32 23 FISHIFY, to turn int...
fissioning 20 17 FISSION, to split in...
fizgigging 28 31 FIZGIG, to dob someo...
flackering 25 24 FLACKER, (Scots) to...
flacketing 25 24 FLACKET, to flap, fl...
flaffering 25 23 FLAFFER, (Scots) to...
flambeeing 23 23 FLAMBEE, to douse wi...
flankering 21 22 FLANKER, to use flan...
flanneling 20 20 FLANNEL, to cover wi...
flatlining 22 19 FLATLINE, to registe...
flattening 20 18 FLATTEN, to make or...
flattering 21 17 FLATTER, to praise e...
flaughting 25 22 FLAUGHT, to cut, par...
flaunching 26 24 a sloping piece of c...
flavouring 23 22 FLAVOUR, to impart a...
fleckering 25 24 FLECKER, to mark wit...
fledgeling 23 21 a young bird just fl...
flehmening 23 23 FLEHMEN, of a mammal...
flemishing 25 22 FLEMISH, to coil a r...
flickering 26 24 FLICKER, to burn uns...
flindering 21 19 FLINDER, to break to...
flittering 22 17 FLITTER, to vibrate...
fluidising 23 19 FLUIDISE, to make fl...
fluidizing 26 28 FLUIDIZE, to make fl...
flummoxing 30 31 FLUMMOX, to confuse...
flustering 22 18 FLUSTER, to put into...
fluttering 22 18 FLUTTER, to move in...
flyblowing 34 26 FLYBLOW, to taint wi...
flyposting 30 22 putting up advertisi...
focalising 24 20 FOCALISE, to focus,...
focalizing 27 29 FOCALIZE, to focus,...
footnoting 18 17 FOOTNOTE, to supply...
forbearing 21 19 FORBEAR, to refrain...
forbidding 23 21 the act of commandin...
forearming 20 19 FOREARM, to arm in a...
foreboding 21 20 FOREBODE, to indicat...
foredating 19 17 FOREDATE, to date be...
forelaying 26 19 FORELAY, to wait in...
foresaying 25 18 FORESAY, to foretell...
foreseeing 18 16 FORESEE, to see in a...
forfairing 22 19 FORFAIR, (obsolete)...
forfaiting 22 19 a method of export f...
forfeiting 22 19 FORFEIT, to lose the...
forfending 21 21 FORFEND, (archaic) t...
forgetting 21 18 FORGET, to fail to r...
forhailing 23 19 FORHAILE, (Spenser)...
forhenting 21 19 FORHENT, to overtake...
forjudging 24 29 FORJUDGE, to judge b...
forlending 20 19 FORLEND, to grant be...
formatting 21 19 the act of putting i...
forsloeing 20 17 FORSLOE, to delay, a...
forslowing 24 20 FORSLOW, to delay, a...
forthgoing 23 20 (obsolete) a going f...
fortifying 29 21 FORTIFY, to strength...
forwarding 23 20 the act of sending o...
forwarning 22 20 FORWARN, to warn in...
forwasting 23 19 FORWASTE, to waste c...
fossicking 25 23 the practice of sear...
fosterling 21 17 a foster child [n -S...
fouldering 21 19 FOULDER, (Spenser) t...
foundering 19 19 FOUNDER, to become d...
foxhunting 28 27 FOXHUNT, to hunt fox...
fracturing 24 20 FRACTURE, to break [...
francising 23 20 FRANCISE, to force t...
francizing 26 29 FRANCIZE, to force t...
fraughting 24 21 FRAUGHT, to load wit...
freebasing 21 19 FREEBASE, to refine...
freediving 22 21 the sport of diving...
freighting 24 20 FREIGHT, to load wit...
freshening 21 19 FRESHEN, to improve...
frittering 21 16 FRITTER, to squander...
frivolling 25 22 FRIVOL, to behave pl...
frolicking 26 24 FROLIC, to play and...
frutifying 30 22 FRUTIFY, (Shakespear...
fulfilling 27 23 the act of bringing...
fumigating 23 22 FUMIGATE, to subject...
funnelling 21 21 FUNNEL, to pass thro...
furbishing 26 22 FURBISH, to rub or s...
furnishing 23 20 furniture [n -S]
furthering 23 19 FURTHER, to help for...
gadrooning 17 17 ornamentation with g...
gaingiving 22 22 (Shakespeare) a misg...
gainsaying 24 18 the act of gainsayin...
gallanting 20 18 GALLANT, to court a...
gallerying 27 19 GALLERY, to provide...
galumphing 26 25 GALUMPH, to move wit...
gambadoing 21 22 GAMBADO, to frolic [...
gambolling 24 23 GAMBOL, to leap abou...
gammocking 25 28 GAMMOCK, (dialect) t...
gangrening 18 19 GANGRENE, to suffer...
gantleting 19 17 GANTLET, to protect...
garlanding 19 18 GARLAND, to crown wi...
garlicking 25 23 GARLIC, to flavour w...
garmenting 19 19 GARMENT, to dress in...
garnishing 21 18 decoration with orna...
garrotting 19 15 the act of stranglin...
gasbagging 23 22 GASBAG, to talk a lo...
gauffering 23 22 make pleats with a g...
gefuffling 27 26 GEFUFFLE, to make a...
geminating 19 19 GEMINATE, to arrange...
generating 17 16 GENERATE, to bring i...
genlocking 23 24 GENLOCK, to maintain...
geocaching 26 23 a treasure hunting g...
geotagging 20 19 GEOTAG, to assign a...
gibbetting 24 21 GIBBET, to execute b...
gimballing 25 23 GIMBAL, to support o...
gimmicking 27 28 GIMMICK, to provide...
gitterning 19 16 GITTERN, to play a m...
glaciating 23 19 GLACIATE, to cover w...
gladdening 19 19 GLADDEN, to make gla...
glamouring 21 20 GLAMOUR, to bewitch,...
glimmering 23 22 shining faintly [adj...
glissading 21 17 GLISSADE, to perform...
glistening 20 17 GLISTEN, to sparkle...
glistering 21 16 GLISTER, (archaic) t...
glittering 21 16 GLITTER, to sparkle...
glorifying 29 21 GLORIFY, to bestow h...
goddamming 21 23 GODDAM, to damn, als...
goddamning 19 21 GODDAMN, to damn, al...
godrooning 17 17 ornamentation with g...
goldarning 19 18 GOLDARN, (colloquial...
gospelling 23 20 the act of teaching...
gossipping 24 21 GOSSIP, to talk idly...
graddaning 18 18 GRADDAN, to parch in...
graduating 19 17 GRADUATE, to receive...
graecising 22 18 GRAECISE, to provide...
graecizing 25 27 GRAECIZE, to provide...
graffiting 24 21 GRAFFITI, to deface...
grannieing 17 17 GRANNIE, to defeat t...
gratifying 28 20 GRATIFY, to satisfy...
graunching 24 22 GRAUNCH, to make a g...
gravelling 23 21 GRAVEL, to pave with...
greatening 17 16 GREATEN, to make gre...
grommeting 21 21 GROMMET, to fit with...
groundling 20 19 a spectator who stoo...
grovelling 23 21 he act of humbling o...
grummeting 22 22 GRUMMET, to fit with...
guarishing 22 18 GUARISH, (obsolete)...
gudgeoning 19 20 GUDGEON, to defraud,...
guerdoning 18 18 GUERDON, to reward [...
guestening 18 17 GUESTEN, (obsolete)...
gumshoeing 22 21 GUMSHOE, to investig...
gunkholing 23 24 GUNKHOLE, to cruise...
gunrunning 18 20 smuggling guns into...
hackneying 29 25 HACKNEY, to make tri...
hacksawing 27 25 HACKSAW, to cut with...
hairspring 23 18 the slender recoil s...
hallalling 24 19 HALLAL, to slaughter...
handseling 20 18 HANDSEL, to give a g...
handspring 22 20 a somersault made wi...
hanselling 21 18 HANSEL, to give a go...
haranguing 20 19 HARANGUE, to deliver...
harbouring 22 19 HARBOUR, to shelter,...
hardwiring 24 19 HARDWIRE, to permane...
harnessing 19 16 HARNESS, to equip wi...
harpooning 20 19 HARPOON, to strike w...
harshening 21 18 HARSHEN, to make har...
harumphing 26 24 HARUMPH, to clear on...
harvesting 22 19 the act of gathering...
hatcheling 26 21 HATCHEL, to separate...
headlining 20 18 HEADLINE, to provide...
headspring 22 19 a fountain, a source...
headstrong 19 16 impetuous [adj HEADS...
hearkening 19 20 HEARKEN, to listen t...
heartening 18 16 HEARTEN, to give cou...
hebetating 21 18 HEBETATE, to make du...
hebraising 22 18 HEBRAISE, to make He...
hebraizing 25 27 HEBRAIZE, to make He...
heliskiing 23 20 HELISKI, to ski down...
hemolysing 28 21 HEMOLYSE, to break d...
hemolyzing 31 30 HEMOLYZE, to break d...
henpecking 25 26 HENPECK, to dominate...
hepatising 22 18 HEPATISE, to convert...
hepatizing 25 27 HEPATIZE, to convert...
herniating 19 16 HERNIATE, to protrud...
hesitating 20 15 HESITATE, to hold ba...
hiccupping 32 28 HICCUP, to make a pe...
hirselling 23 17 the act of putting i...
historying 27 17 HISTORY, to relate i...
hoarsening 18 16 HOARSEN, to make hoa...
hobjobbing 28 33 doing odd jobs [n -S...
hobnailing 22 20 HOBNAIL, to furnish...
hobnobbing 25 25 HOBNOB, to associate...
holidaying 27 19 HOLIDAY, to take a v...
holstering 21 16 HOLSTER, to place in...
homecoming 24 24 a return home [n -S]
homemaking 22 25 the making of a home...
hominising 21 19 HOMINISE, to alter t...
hominizing 24 28 HOMINIZE, to alter t...
hopsacking 26 25 a rough-surfaced loo...
horrifying 29 20 HORRIFY, to cause a...
hosannaing 17 17 HOSANNA, to shout wi...
hostelling 22 17 the act of staying o...
hostessing 20 15 HOSTESS, to act as a...
hotdogging 22 20 HOTDOG, to perform i...
hotfooting 21 18 HOTFOOT, to hurry [v...
hothousing 22 18 the act of rearing i...
houselling 22 18 the act of administe...
humanising 21 20 HUMANISE, to make hu...
humanizing 24 29 HUMANIZE, to make hu...
humblebrag 27 25 a statement that pur...
humbugging 27 27 HUMBUG, to deceive [...
hummelling 25 24 the act of making ho...
hummocking 27 29 HUMMOCK, to form int...
husbanding 22 21 HUSBAND, to be a thr...
hushabying 31 23 HUSHABY, to sing a l...
iceboating 22 19 the sport of using a...
icefishing 26 21 ICEFISH, to fish thr...
iconifying 29 22 ICONIFY, to reduce t...
idealising 19 15 IDEALISE, to regard...
idealizing 22 24 IDEALIZE, to regard...
illumining 22 20 ILLUMINE, to throw l...
imbosoming 22 22 IMBOSOM, to embrace,...
imbowering 24 22 IMBOWER, to give she...
imbrowning 24 23 IMBROWN, to make bro...
immantling 21 21 IMMANTLE, to cloak i...
immingling 23 23 IMMINGLE, to mix [v]
immolating 21 20 IMMOLATE, to kill as...
immunising 21 21 IMMUNISE, to render...
immunizing 24 30 IMMUNIZE, to render...
impainting 21 20 IMPAINT, (Shakespear...
impaneling 21 21 IMPANEL, to put onto...
impeaching 26 24 IMPEACH, to accuse o...
impearling 22 20 IMPEARL, to make pea...
imperiling 23 20 IMPERIL, to put in d...
implanting 22 21 IMPLANT, to plant fi...
impleading 22 21 IMPLEAD, to sue in a...
impledging 24 23 IMPLEDGE, to pawn, p...
implunging 24 24 IMPLUNGE, to plunge,...
impounding 21 22 IMPOUND, to seize an...
impowering 24 22 IMPOWER, to authoriz...
impregning 22 22 IMPREGN, (archaic) t...
impressing 22 19 IMPRESS, to fix deep...
imprinting 22 20 a learning process i...
impurpling 26 24 IMPURPLE, to dye pur...
inaurating 17 15 INAURATE, to cover w...
inbounding 19 20 INBOUND, to return a...
inbreeding 19 18 the act of inbreedin...
inbringing 21 20 the act of bringing...
inbursting 21 18 INBURST, to burst in...
inchoating 22 19 INCHOATE, to make a...
inclasping 24 21 INCLASP, to embrace,...
inclipping 27 24 INCLIP, (archaic) to...
incorpsing 23 20 INCORPSE, to incorpo...
increasing 20 17 growing [adj INCREAS...
incrossing 21 17 INCROSS, to produce...
incrusting 22 18 INCRUST, to cover wi...
incubating 23 21 INCUBATE, to warm eg...
indagating 18 17 INDAGATE, to investi...
indicating 21 18 INDICATE, to point o...
indurating 18 16 INDURATE, to make ha...
indwelling 23 20 residence within, or...
inearthing 19 16 INEARTH, (archaic) t...
infamising 21 20 INFAMISE, to proclai...
infamizing 24 29 INFAMIZE, to proclai...
infeoffing 23 23 INFEOFF, to invest w...
infighting 24 21 fighting at close qu...
inflecting 24 21 INFLECT, to bend or...
inflicting 25 21 INFLICT, to impose o...
infracting 23 20 INFRACT, to break a...
infringing 21 20 INFRINGE, to violate...
ingrafting 21 19 INGRAFT, to graft fo...
ingraining 18 17 INGRAIN, to impress...
ingrooving 20 20 INGROOVE, to fit int...
ingrossing 19 16 INGROSS, to complete...
ingulphing 25 23 INGULPH, to swallow...
inhabiting 22 19 INHABIT, to live in...
inhausting 20 17 INHAUST, to drink in...
inhearsing 19 16 INHEARSE, (Shakespea...
inheriting 20 16 INHERIT, to receive...
inhibiting 23 19 INHIBIT, to restrain...
inhumating 21 20 INHUMATE, to bury, a...
initialing 19 15 INITIAL, to mark wit...
initiating 18 14 INITIATE, to begin o...
injellying 28 27 INJELLY, to place as...
injointing 19 24 INJOINT, (Shakespear...
injuncting 23 28 INJUNCT, to prohibit...
innovating 18 19 INNOVATE, to introdu...
inquieting 26 24 INQUIET, to disturb...
insconcing 23 21 INSCONCE, to settle...
inscribing 24 20 INSCRIBE, to write o...
insculping 25 22 INSCULP, to engrave,...
inshelling 22 18 INSHELL, (Shakespear...
inshipping 25 22 INSHIP, (Shakespeare...
inshrining 20 17 INSHRINE, to place i...
insinewing 20 18 INSINEW, to be joine...
insolating 18 15 INSOLATE, to expose...
insourcing 21 18 the practice of subc...
inspanning 18 19 INSPAN, to harness o...
inspecting 23 20 INSPECT, to examine...
insphering 22 19 INSPHERE, to enclose...
installing 20 16 INSTALL, to place in...
instancing 20 18 INSTANCE, to cite as...
instarring 18 14 INSTAR, to adorn wit...
instilling 21 16 INSTILL, to infuse s...
insulating 19 16 INSULATE, to isolate...
inswathing 23 19 INSWATHE, to wrap ar...
interabang 18 17 a punctuation mark (...
inthroning 19 17 INTHRONE, to place o...
intimating 19 17 INTIMATE, to make kn...
intituling 20 16 INTITULE, to give a...
intonating 16 15 INTONATE, to modulat...
intreating 17 14 INTREAT, to ask for...
intriguing 20 17 INTRIGUE, to arouse...
introfying 26 19 INTROFY, to increase...
intrusting 19 15 INTRUST, to give ove...
intubating 20 18 INTUBATE, to insert...
intwisting 22 17 INTWIST, to twist to...
inundating 17 17 INUNDATE, to fill wi...
invaliding 21 20 the act of treating...
inveagling 21 21 INVEAGLE, to cajole,...
inveighing 23 22 INVEIGH, to speak vi...
inveigling 22 21 INVEIGLE, to cajole,...
invocating 22 21 INVOCATE, to appeal...
involuting 21 20 INVOLUTE, to roll or...
inwrapping 25 23 the act of wrapping...
iodinating 17 15 IODINATE, to treat w...
irrigating 20 15 IRRIGATE, to water b...
irritating 19 13 IRRITATE, to excite...
jackalling 26 31 JACKAL, to play the...
jaculating 24 27 JACULATE, to throw o...
jambokking 25 36 JAMBOK, (Afrikaans)...
japanising 21 26 JAPANISE, to make Ja...
japanizing 24 35 JAPANIZE, to make Ja...
jarovising 22 26 JAROVISE, to hasten...
jarovizing 25 35 JAROVIZE, to hasten...
jaundicing 23 28 JAUNDICE, to prejudi...
javelining 22 28 JAVELIN, to pierce w...
jaywalking 31 32 walking in the road...
jealousing 20 24 JEALOUSE, (Scots) to...
jellifying 31 29 JELLIFY, to turn to...
jeoparding 21 26 JEOPARD, to put in j...
jigjigging 27 37 JIGJIG, to copulate,...
jointuring 20 24 JOINTURE, to settle...
jollifying 31 29 JOLLIFY, to make jol...
journaling 20 25 JOURNAL, to record i...
journeying 25 26 JOURNEY, to travel [...
joypopping 32 33 JOYPOP, to use habit...
jubilating 24 27 JUBILATE, to rejoice...
jugulating 23 27 JUGULATE, to cut the...
julienning 20 26 JULIENNE, to shred o...
jumboising 24 29 JUMBOISE, to enlarge...
jumboizing 27 38 JUMBOIZE, to enlarge...
junketting 21 28 JUNKET, to go on suc...
justifying 30 28 JUSTIFY, to vindicat...
kamerading 19 21 KAMERAD, to surrende...
karangaing 18 20 KARANGA, to perform...
keelhaling 22 21 KEELHALE, to punish...
kefuffling 27 28 KEFUFFLE, to make a...
kennelling 19 21 KENNEL, to put in a...
kennetting 17 19 KENNETT, to ruthless...
kernelling 20 20 KERNEL, to envelop l...
keylogging 28 24 the logging of keyst...
keystoning 24 20 KEYSTONE, to produce...
kibbitzing 28 32 KIBBITZ, to give unw...
kickboxing 32 34 boxing with hands an...
kidnapping 23 25 KIDNAP, to take by f...
kitchening 24 23 KITCHEN, to entertai...
klondiking 21 24 KLONDIKE, to export...
klondyking 27 26 KLONDYKE, to export...
knackering 22 25 KNACKER, to exhaust...
knevelling 22 24 KNEVELL, to pound wi...
kreasoting 18 17 KREASOTE, to treat w...
kreosoting 18 17 KREOSOTE, to coat wi...
kurbashing 24 23 KURBASH, to flog wit...
lacemaking 23 24 the craft of making...
lacerating 21 17 LACERATE, to tear ro...
lacquering 30 27 LACQUER, to coat wit...
lacqueying 36 29 LACQUEY, to serve in...
lambasting 22 20 LAMBAST, to beat sev...
laminating 19 18 LAMINATE, to compres...
lampooning 20 21 LAMPOON, to ridicule...
landmining 19 20 the act of laying la...
landowning 20 20 the owning of land [...
languaging 20 20 LANGUAGE, to express...
lanterning 17 16 LANTERN, to provide...
lapidating 21 18 LAPIDATE, to hurl st...
lateraling 19 15 LATERAL, to throw a...
laterising 19 14 LATERISE, to convert...
laterizing 22 23 LATERIZE, to convert...
latinising 19 15 LATINISE, to transla...
latinizing 22 24 LATINIZE, to transla...
laundering 18 17 the act of cleansing...
laureating 18 15 LAUREATE, to crown w...
laurelling 21 17 LAUREL, to crown wit...
lavoltaing 21 19 LAVOLTA, to dance wi...
laybacking 31 26 LAYBACK, to climb us...
leafleting 21 18 LEAFLET, to distribu...
leaguering 19 17 LEAGUER, to besiege...
leathering 20 16 a thrashing [n -S]
legalising 21 17 LEGALISE, to make la...
legalizing 24 26 LEGALIZE, to make la...
leistering 19 14 LEISTER, to spear wi...
leveraging 21 20 LEVERAGE, to provide...
levigating 22 20 LEVIGATE, to reduce...
levitating 21 18 LEVITATE, to rise an...
liberating 21 17 LIBERATE, to set fre...
lichtlying 33 22 LICHTLY, (Scots) to...
lifesaving 23 21 the skill or practic...
ligaturing 21 17 LIGATURE, to tie wit...
lightening 22 19 LIGHTEN, to reduce t...
lightering 23 18 LIGHTER, to convey b...
lightlying 31 21 LIGHTLY, to slight o...
lignifying 29 22 LIGNIFY, to convert...
linotyping 27 20 LINOTYPE, to set a l...
lipreading 21 18 the interpreting of...
liquefying 36 29 LIQUEFY, to make or...
liquescing 31 27 LIQUESCE, to become...
liqueuring 28 25 LIQUEUR, to flavour...
liquifying 37 29 LIQUIFY, to make or...
lithifying 31 21 LITHIFY, to petrify,...
litigating 21 16 LITIGATE, to subject...
lobstering 21 17 fishing for lobsters...
lobtailing 22 18 LOBTAIL, of a whale,...
localising 23 18 LOCALISE, to confine...
localizing 26 27 LOCALIZE, to confine...
locomoting 22 20 LOCOMOTE, to move ab...
logicising 24 19 LOGICISE, to reason,...
logicizing 27 28 LOGICIZE, to reason,...
logjamming 24 31 the act of creating...
logrolling 22 18 the exchanging of po...
loopholing 23 20 LOOPHOLE, to make sm...
loricating 22 17 LORICATE, to coat pr...
lossmaking 21 21 making a loss, as in...
loundering 18 17 a beating, thumping...
lovemaking 22 25 sexual play and usua...
lowballing 26 22 LOWBALL, to give a c...
lullabying 30 22 LULLABY, to lull to...
lustrating 20 15 LUSTRATE, to purify...
lutestring 20 15 a glossy silk cloth,...
lyricising 30 19 LYRICISE, to write l...
lyricizing 33 28 LYRICIZE, to write l...
macarising 22 19 MACARISE, to declare...
macarizing 25 28 MACARIZE, to declare...
macerating 21 19 MACERATE, to soften...
maculating 23 21 MACULATE, to spot or...
maderising 19 17 MADERISE, to become...
maderizing 22 26 MADERIZE, to become...
mafficking 28 29 boisterous rejoicing...
magnifying 28 24 MAGNIFY, to increase...
mainlining 19 19 the act of injecting...
mainspring 21 20 the chief spring in...
maistering 19 16 MAISTER, (Scots) to...
malaxating 25 24 MALAXATE, to soften...
malleating 20 18 MALLEATE, to hammer;...
mamaguying 27 24 MAMAGUY, (Caribbean)...
mammocking 25 29 MAMMOCK, (Shakespear...
manicuring 22 21 MANICURE, to have th...
manscaping 23 23 the act of trimming...
marcelling 24 21 MARCEL, to make a de...
marconiing 21 20 MARCONI, to communic...
margenting 19 19 MARGENT, to provide...
marinading 18 18 MARINADE, to soak in...
marinating 18 17 MARINATE, to soak in...
marshaling 22 19 MARSHAL, to put in p...
martelling 21 18 MARTEL, (Spenser) to...
marvelling 23 22 MARVEL, to be filled...
mascaraing 21 19 MASCARA, to apply ma...
massacring 22 19 MASSACRE, to slaught...
mattifying 28 21 MATTIFY [v]
maturating 19 17 MATURATE, to develop...
maundering 18 19 grumbling, rambling...
maximising 27 26 MAXIMISE, to make as...
maximizing 30 35 MAXIMIZE, to make as...
meandering 17 18 MEANDER, to wander [...
medevacing 23 24 MEDEVAC, to evacuate...
medicating 22 20 MEDICATE, to treat w...
medicining 22 21 MEDICINE, to treat w...
meditating 19 17 MEDITATE, to conside...
medivacing 24 24 MEDIVAC, to evacuate...
melanising 19 18 MELANISE, to make da...
melanizing 22 27 MELANIZE, to make da...
melodising 20 18 MELODISE, to compose...
melodizing 23 27 MELODIZE, to compose...
memorising 20 19 MEMORISE, to commit...
memorizing 23 28 MEMORIZE, to commit...
mentioning 17 18 MENTION, to remark b...
mercifying 31 24 MERCIFY, (Spenser) t...
metalising 20 17 METALISE, to make or...
metalizing 23 26 METALIZE, to make or...
metrifying 28 21 METRIFY, to compose...
micrifying 32 24 MICRIFY, to make sma...
militating 21 17 MILITATE, to have in...
mimmicking 27 29 MIMMICK, to be over-...
minelaying 25 20 the act of laying mi...
minimaxing 26 27 MINIMAX, to minimize...
minimising 21 20 MINIMISE, to make as...
minimizing 24 29 MINIMIZE, to make as...
minnicking 23 25 MINNICK, to be over...
minnocking 22 25 MINNOCK, to be over...
misallying 28 20 MISALLY, to ally bad...
misatoning 18 17 MISATONE, to atone w...
misbiasing 22 19 MISBIAS, to bias wro...
misbilling 25 21 MISBILL, to bill wro...
misbinding 22 21 MISBIND, to bind imp...
miscalling 25 21 MISCALL, to call by...
miscasting 23 19 MISCAST, to cast in...
miscatalog 23 19 to catalog wrongly [...
miscoining 22 20 MISCOIN, to coin imp...
miscooking 23 23 MISCOOK, to cook bad...
miscopying 31 24 MISCOPY, to copy inc...
miscutting 24 20 MISCUT, to cut incor...
misdealing 20 18 MISDEAL, to deal car...
misdeeming 20 20 MISDEEM, to judge un...
misdialing 21 18 MISDIAL, to dial inc...
misdieting 20 17 MISDIET, to diet or...
misdrawing 23 20 the act of misdrawin...
misdriving 23 21 MISDRIVE, to drive i...
misediting 20 17 MISEDIT, to edit inc...
misfalling 24 21 MISFALL, unluckily t...
misfeeding 21 20 MISFEED, to feed inc...
misfitting 23 19 MISFIT, to fit badly...
misforming 23 22 MISFORM, to make in...
misframing 23 22 MISFRAME, to frame b...
misgauging 22 21 MISGAUGE, to gauge i...
misgrading 21 19 MISGRADE, to grade i...
misgrowing 24 21 MISGROW, to grow abn...
misguiding 22 20 MISGUIDE, to guide w...
mishapping 26 24 MISHAP, to have an u...
mishearing 21 18 MISHEAR, to hear inc...
mishitting 23 18 MISHIT, to hit poorl...
misjoining 21 26 MISJOIN, to join inc...
misjudging 24 29 MISJUDGE, to judge w...
miskeeping 22 23 MISKEEP, to keep wro...
miskenning 19 22 MISKEN, to fail to r...
miskicking 26 27 MISKICK, to kick bad...
misknowing 23 24 MISKNOW, to fail to...
misleading 20 18 MISLEAD, to lead ast...
misleeking 21 21 MISLEEKE, (Spenser)...
mislodging 22 20 MISLODGE, to lodge i...
mislucking 26 25 MISLUCK, to meet wit...
mismarking 22 23 MISMARK, to mark wro...
mismeeting 20 19 MISMEET, to meet und...
mismetring 21 19 MISMETRE, to spoil t...
misparsing 22 19 MISPARSE, to parse i...
misparting 22 19 MISPART, to part bad...
mispenning 20 21 MISPEN, to write inc...
misplacing 26 23 MISPLACE, to put in...
misplaying 29 22 MISPLAY, to make a b...
mispoising 22 19 MISPOISE, to poise i...
mispricing 26 22 MISPRICE, to price i...
misprising 23 19 MISPRISE, to underva...
misprizing 26 28 MISPRIZE, to underva...
misquoting 28 26 MISQUOTE, to quote i...
misraising 20 16 MISRAISE, to raise w...
misreading 19 17 an incorrect reading...
misrelying 27 19 MISRELY, to rely wro...
misrouting 20 17 MISROUTE, to route i...
misseating 19 16 MISSEAT, to seat wro...
misseeming 20 19 (Spenser) a false ap...
misselling 22 18 the act of selling a...
missending 19 18 MISSEND, to send inc...
missensing 19 17 MISSENSE, to sense w...
missetting 20 16 MISSET, to set incor...
misshaping 24 21 MISSHAPE, to shape b...
missioning 19 17 MISSION, to send to...
missorting 20 16 MISSORT, to sort bad...
misspacing 25 22 MISSPACE, to space i...
misstating 20 16 MISSTATE, to state w...
misstyling 28 19 MISSTYLE, to style w...
missuiting 21 17 MISSUIT, to suit bad...
mistelling 22 18 MISTELL, to inform w...
mistending 19 18 MISTEND, to tend to...
misterming 21 19 MISTERM, to call by...
mistitling 22 17 MISTITLE, to call by...
mistracing 23 19 MISTRACE, to trace w...
misvaluing 23 22 MISVALUE, to value i...
misweening 21 20 MISWEEN, to judge wr...
miswending 22 21 MISWEND, (Spenser) t...
miswording 23 20 a wrong wording [n -...
miswriting 24 19 MISWRITE, to write i...
mitigating 21 18 MITIGATE, to make le...
mobcasting 24 22 the act of broadcast...
mobilising 23 20 MOBILISE, to make mo...
mobilizing 26 29 MOBILIZE, to make mo...
moderating 18 17 MODERATE, to make le...
modulating 20 19 MODULATE, to adjust...
moistening 18 17 MOISTEN, to make or...
moithering 21 18 MOITHER, to confuse,...
mollifying 30 23 MOLLIFY, to soften,...
monetising 18 17 MONETISE, to coin in...
monetizing 21 26 MONETIZE, to coin in...
monitoring 18 17 the act of keeping t...
monoskiing 19 21 the sport of skiing...
monotoning 16 18 MONOTONE, to sing or...
monstering 18 17 the act of criticisi...
moonraking 18 21 the following of cra...
moralising 20 17 MORALISE, to explain...
moralizing 23 26 MORALIZE, to explain...
mordanting 18 18 MORDANT, to impregna...
morselling 21 18 the act of dividing...
mortgaging 21 20 MORTGAGE, to pledge...
mortifying 28 21 humiliating [adj MOR...
mosaicking 23 23 work in mosaic [n -S...
motivating 21 20 MOTIVATE, to inspire...
motorising 19 16 MOTORISE, to provide...
motorizing 22 25 MOTORIZE, to provide...
mouldering 20 19 MOULDER, to turn to...
moviegoing 21 22 attendance at the mo...
mowburning 24 24 the fermenting of ha...
muckraking 25 28 the exposure of misc...
mudcapping 27 27 the act of covering...
mudlarking 22 23 MUDLARK, to follow t...
mudlogging 23 23 looking for oil, gas...
mullioning 21 20 MULLION, to provide...
mummifying 31 28 MUMMIFY, to preserve...
mundifying 28 24 MUNDIFY, to cleanse,...
murgeoning 19 20 MURGEON, to mock wit...
murthering 22 19 MURTHER, (dialect) t...
mutilating 21 18 MUTILATE, to injure...
mystifying 35 23 MYSTIFY, to perplex...
mythmaking 30 27 the making of myths...
nasalising 18 15 NASALISE, to produce...
nasalizing 21 24 NASALIZE, to produce...
nauseating 16 15 NAUSEATE, to affect...
navigating 20 20 NAVIGATE, to conduct...
nebulising 21 19 NEBULISE, to reduce...
nebulizing 24 28 NEBULIZE, to reduce...
necklacing 25 25 the punishment of ha...
negativing 20 20 NEGATIVE, to disprov...
neglecting 22 20 NEGLECT, to treat ca...
netsurfing 20 18 the act of browsing...
networking 21 21 the making of social...
nickelling 24 23 NICKEL, to plate wit...
nicknaming 22 25 NICKNAME, to give a...
nidderling 19 17 an infamous person;...
niggarding 20 19 NIGGARD, to act in a...
niggerling 21 19 a little Black perso...
nigrifying 28 21 NIGRIFY, to blacken...
nitpicking 25 24 NITPICK, to fuss ove...
nitrifying 27 19 NITRIFY, to combine...
nochelling 24 21 NOCHEL, to repudiate...
nodalising 18 16 NODALISE, to form no...
nodalizing 21 25 NODALIZE, to form no...
nomadising 18 18 NOMADISE, to lead a...
nomadizing 21 27 NOMADIZE, to lead a...
nominating 17 18 NOMINATE, to name as...
nonbanking 18 23 not connected with b...
nonbearing 17 18 not taking a load [a...
nonbetting 18 18 not given to betting...
nonbinding 18 20 not binding e.g. an...
nonbonding 17 20 not bonding [adj]
nonearning 14 16 not earning [adj]
nongrowing 20 20 not growing [adj]
nonhousing 18 18 of a development, no...
nonhunting 18 19 not given to hunting...
nonmeeting 16 18 something that is no...
nonplaying 25 21 not playing [adj]
nonplusing 20 20 NONPLUS, to take aba...
nonreading 15 16 an inability or disi...
nonrioting 16 15 not rioting [adj]
nonsmoking 18 22 not smoking [adj]
nonsuiting 17 16 NONSUIT, to dismiss...
nonwinning 18 20 not winning [adj]
nonworking 20 22 not working [adj]
norselling 19 16 NORSEL, (obsolete) t...
northering 19 16 NORTHER, to veer nor...
nosediving 19 19 NOSEDIVE, to plunge...
notarising 17 14 NOTARISE, to attest...
notarizing 20 23 NOTARIZE, to attest...
notcheling 23 20 NOTCHEL, to repudiat...
notworking 21 21 as in social notwork...
nourishing 20 17 NOURISH, to sustain...
nouselling 19 17 NOUSELL, to foster,...
novelising 20 19 NOVELISE, to put int...
novelizing 23 28 NOVELIZE, to put int...
nowcasting 23 20 broadcasting events...
nucleating 21 19 NUCLEATE, to form in...
nuggetting 20 19 NUGGET, to polish sh...
nullifying 29 22 NULLIFY, to make use...
numerating 18 18 NUMERATE, to compute...
nutmegging 21 22 NUTMEG, in football,...
obdurating 20 18 OBDURATE, to make ob...
obligating 22 19 OBLIGATE, to bind mo...
obsoleting 20 17 OBSOLETE, to make or...
obturating 20 17 OBTURATE, to stop up...
occupating 26 23 OCCUPATE, to reside...
oceangoing 19 19 of, relating to, or...
officering 25 22 OFFICER, to command...
offloading 22 21 OFFLOAD, to unload [...
offsetting 22 19 the act of setting s...
offshoring 24 21 OFFSHORE, to transfe...
ologoaning 17 17 OLOGOAN, (Irish) to...
onboarding 18 18 the induction and as...
opacifying 31 24 OPACIFY, to make opa...
opalescing 23 20 OPALESCE, to emit an...
operagoing 19 18 attending the opera...
oppilating 23 20 OPPILATE, to block u...
oppressing 22 19 OPPRESS, to treat wi...
opsonising 19 17 OPSONISE, to make (b...
opsonizing 22 26 OPSONIZE, to make (b...
optimising 22 19 OPTIMISE, to make as...
optimizing 25 28 OPTIMIZE, to make as...
orcharding 23 19 the cultivation of o...
ordinating 17 15 ORDINATE, to subject...
organising 18 16 the act of arranging...
organizing 21 25 the act of arranging...
oscitating 21 16 OSCITATE, to yawn [v...
osculating 22 18 OSCULATE, to kiss [v...
outarguing 19 17 OUTARGUE, to get the...
outbarking 21 21 OUTBARK, to surpass...
outbarring 20 17 OUTBAR, to form a ba...
outbawling 24 21 OUTBAWL, to surpass...
outbeaming 20 20 OUTBEAM, to surpass...
outbegging 22 21 OUTBEG, to surpass i...
outbidding 21 19 OUTBID, to bid highe...
outblazing 24 27 OUTBLAZE, to surpass...
outbraving 22 21 OUTBRAVE, to surpass...
outbribing 23 20 OUTBRIBE, to surpass...
outbulging 23 21 OUTBULGE, to bulge o...
outbulking 23 23 OUTBULK, to surpass...
outburning 20 19 OUTBURN, to burn lon...
outcalling 23 19 OUTCALL, to bid high...
outcasting 21 17 OUTCASTE, to cause s...
outchiding 24 20 OUTCHIDE, to surpass...
outcooking 21 21 OUTCOOK, to surpass...
outcrowing 24 20 OUTCROW, to surpass...
outcursing 22 18 OUTCURSE, to surpass...
outdancing 20 19 OUTDANCE, to surpass...
outdodging 19 18 OUTDODGE, to surpass...
outdrawing 21 18 OUTDRAW, to attract...
outdriving 21 19 OUTDRIVE, to drive a...
outdueling 19 17 OUTDUEL, to surpass...
outearning 16 15 OUTEARN, to surpass...
outechoing 22 19 OUTECHO, to surpass...
outfabling 23 21 OUTFABLE, to surpass...
outfasting 20 17 OUTFAST, to surpass...
outfawning 22 21 OUTFAWN, to surpass...
outfeeling 20 18 OUTFEEL, to surpass...
outfencing 22 21 OUTFENCE, to surpass...
outfinding 20 19 OUTFIND, to surpass...
outfishing 23 19 OUTFISH, to surpass...
outfitting 21 17 the act of outfittin...
outflowing 24 21 the act of outflowin...
outfooling 20 18 OUTFOOL, to surpass...
outfooting 19 17 OUTFOOT, to surpass...
outgaining 18 17 OUTGAIN, to gain mor...
outgassing 19 16 the release of occlu...
outglaring 20 17 OUTGLARE, to surpass...
outglowing 23 20 OUTGLOW, to surpass...
outgnawing 21 20 OUTGNAW, to surpass...
outgrowing 22 19 OUTGROW, to grow too...
outguiding 20 18 OUTGUIDE, to surpass...
outgunning 18 19 OUTGUN, to surpass i...
outgushing 22 19 OUTGUSH, to gush ove...
outhearing 19 16 OUTHEAR, to surpass...
outhitting 21 16 OUTHIT, to surpass i...
outhowling 24 20 OUTHOWL, to surpass...
outhunting 20 18 OUTHUNT, to surpass...
outjesting 20 23 OUTJEST, to excel in...
outjetting 20 23 a projection, also O...
outjinxing 26 31 OUTJINX, to surpass...
outjumping 24 30 OUTJUMP, to surpass...
outjutting 21 24 a projection, also O...
outkeeping 20 21 OUTKEEP, to surpass...
outkicking 24 25 OUTKICK, to surpass...
outkilling 22 20 OUTKILL, to surpass...
outkissing 20 18 OUTKISS, to surpass...
outlashing 21 17 OUTLASH, to lash out...
outlasting 19 15 OUTLAST, to last lon...
outleading 18 16 OUTLEAD, to surpass...
outleaping 20 18 OUTLEAP, to surpass...
outlodging 20 18 a lodging beyond bou...
outlooking 19 19 OUTLOOK, to look out...
outmanning 17 19 OUTMAN, to surpass i...
outpassing 20 17 OUTPASS, to excel in...
outpeeping 21 20 OUTPEEP, to peep out...
outpeering 19 17 OUTPEER, (Shakespear...
outpitying 27 19 OUTPITY, to surpass...
outplacing 24 21 OUTPLACE, to find ne...
outplaying 27 20 OUTPLAY, to excel or...
outpolling 22 19 OUTPOLL, to get more...
outpouring 20 18 the act of outpourin...
outpraying 26 19 OUTPRAY, to surpass...
outpricing 24 20 OUTPRICE, to offer a...
outprizing 24 26 OUTPRIZE, to exceed...
outpulling 23 20 OUTPULL, to attract...
outpushing 23 20 OUTPUSH, to surpass...
outputting 21 18 OUTPUT, to produce [...
outquoting 26 24 OUTQUOTE, to surpass...
outraising 18 14 OUTRAISE, to surpass...
outranging 18 17 OUTRANGE, to surpass...
outranking 18 19 OUTRANK, to rank hig...
outreading 17 15 OUTREAD, to surpass...
outredding 18 16 the act of exceeding...
outrigging 21 18 the act of rigging o...
outringing 19 17 OUTRING, to ring lou...
outroaring 17 14 OUTROAR, to roar lou...
outrocking 22 21 OUTROCK, to surpass...
outrolling 20 16 OUTROLL, to roll out...
outrooting 17 14 OUTROOT, to pull up...
outrunning 17 17 OUTRUN, to run faste...
outrushing 21 17 OUTRUSH, to surpass...
outsailing 19 15 OUTSAIL, to sail fas...
outscoring 21 17 OUTSCORE, to score m...
outselling 20 16 OUTSELL, to sell mor...
outserving 20 18 OUTSERVE, to surpass...
outsetting 18 14 a setting out [n -S]
outshaming 21 19 OUTSHAME, to surpass...
outshining 20 17 OUTSHINE, to shine b...
outsinging 19 17 OUTSING, to surpass...
outsinning 17 16 OUTSIN, to surpass i...
outsitting 19 14 OUTSIT, to sit longe...
outskating 19 18 OUTSKATE, to surpass...
outsmiling 21 18 OUTSMILE, to surpass...
outsmoking 20 21 OUTSMOKE, to surpass...
outsnoring 17 15 OUTSNORE, to surpass...
outsoaring 17 14 OUTSOAR, to soar bey...
outstaring 18 14 OUTSTARE, to outdo i...
outstating 18 14 OUTSTATE, to surpass...
outstaying 24 16 OUTSTAY, to surpass...
outsulking 21 20 OUTSULK, to surpass...
outsumming 21 21 OUTSUM, to outnumber...
outtalking 20 19 OUTTALK, to surpass...
outtasking 19 18 OUTTASK, to surpass...
outtelling 20 16 OUTTELL, to say open...
outtopping 22 20 OUTTOP, to overtop [...
outtrading 18 15 OUTTRADE, to get the...
outvaluing 21 20 OUTVALUE, to be wort...
outvoicing 23 21 OUTVOICE, to surpass...
outwaiting 21 17 OUTWAIT, to exceed i...
outwalking 23 22 OUTWALK, to surpass...
outwarring 21 17 OUTWAR, to surpass i...
outwasting 21 17 OUTWASTE, to surpass...
outwearing 20 17 OUTWEAR, to last lon...
outweeding 20 18 OUTWEED, (Spenser) t...
outweeping 22 20 OUTWEEP, to weep mor...
outwelling 23 19 OUTWELL, to pour out...
outwicking 26 24 OUTWICK, to make suc...
outwilling 24 19 OUTWILL, to surpass...
outwinding 21 19 OUTWIND, to unwind [...
outwinging 22 20 OUTWING, to fly beyo...
outwinning 20 19 OUTWIN, (Spenser) to...
outwishing 24 19 OUTWISH, to surpass...
outwitting 22 17 OUTWIT, to defeat by...
outworking 22 21 OUTWORK, to work fas...
outwriting 22 17 OUTWRITE, to write b...
outyelling 26 18 OUTYELL, to yell lou...
outyelping 27 20 OUTYELP, to surpass...
overacting 22 20 OVERACT, to act with...
overarming 20 20 OVERARM, to throw a...
overbaking 22 24 OVERBAKE, to bake to...
overbuying 28 23 OVERBUY, to buy too...
overcoming 23 23 OVERCOME, to get the...
overcuring 23 21 OVERCURE, to cure to...
overdaring 19 18 OVERDARE, to become...
overdosing 19 18 OVERDOSE, to give an...
overdrying 26 20 OVERDRY, to dry too...
overdyeing 25 20 OVERDYE, to dye with...
overeating 18 17 excessive eating [n...
overegging 21 21 OVEREGG, as in the p...
overeyeing 24 19 OVEREYE, to survey [...
overflying 29 23 OVERFLY, to fly over...
overgiving 23 23 OVERGIVE, to give up...
overhaling 22 20 OVERHALE, (Spenser)...
overhating 21 19 OVERHATE, to hate to...
overhoping 23 22 OVERHOPE, to hope ex...
overhyping 30 24 OVERHYPE, to hype to...
overjoying 27 28 OVERJOY, to fill wit...
overlading 20 19 OVERLADE, to load wi...
overlaying 26 20 the act of overlayin...
overliving 23 22 OVERLIVE, to outlive...
overloving 22 22 OVERLOVE, to love to...
overmining 20 21 OVERMINE, to mine to...
overmixing 27 27 OVERMIX, to mix too...
overnaming 19 21 OVERNAME, to repeat...
overpaying 27 22 OVERPAY, to pay too...
overplying 29 23 OVERPLY, to ply to e...
overraking 20 21 OVERRAKE, to sweep o...
overrating 19 17 OVERRATE, to rate to...
overriding 20 18 OVERRIDE, to ride ov...
overruling 21 19 the act of overrulin...
oversaving 21 21 OVERSAVE, to save to...
overseeing 18 17 OVERSEE, to watch ov...
oversewing 22 20 OVERSEW, to sew over...
oversizing 23 26 OVERSIZE, to cover w...
oversowing 22 20 OVERSOW, to sow over...
overstrong 19 17 too strong [adj]
overstrung 20 18 too highly strung [a...
overtaking 20 21 OVERTAKE, to catch u...
overtaxing 25 24 OVERTAX, to tax too...
overtiming 21 20 OVERTIME, to exceed...
overtiring 20 17 OVERTIRE, to tire ex...
overturing 20 18 OVERTURE, to put for...
overtyping 28 22 OVERTYPE, to type ov...
overurging 21 20 OVERURGE, to urge to...
overvoting 21 21 OVERVOTE, to defeat...
owrecoming 24 22 OWRECOME, (Scots) to...
pacemaking 24 26 performing the funct...
pactioning 22 20 PACTION, to agree, m...
paddocking 24 25 PADDOCK, to confine...
padlocking 25 25 PADLOCK, to lock sec...
paganising 20 19 PAGANISE, to make ir...
paganizing 23 28 PAGANIZE, to make ir...
paginating 20 19 PAGINATE, to mark wi...
palavering 22 21 PALAVER, to talk pro...
palisading 21 18 PALISADE, to fortify...
palliating 22 18 PALLIATE, to cloak o...
panfishing 24 22 PANFISH, to fish for...
papalising 23 20 PAPALISE, to render...
papalizing 26 29 PAPALIZE, to render...
paragoning 19 19 PARAGON, (archaic) t...
parakiting 21 20 the sport of soaring...
paralysing 27 19 PARALYSE, to render...
paralyzing 30 28 PARALYZE, to render...
paraskiing 21 20 the sport of jumping...
parboiling 23 20 PARBOIL, to cook par...
parcelling 25 21 PARCEL, to divide in...
pargetting 21 18 ornamental plasterwo...
parqueting 28 26 PARQUET, to cover a...
parrocking 24 23 PARROCK, to confine...
partnering 19 17 PARTNER, to join wit...
passioning 19 17 PASSION, to exhibit...
patienting 19 17 PATIENT, (Shakespear...
patinating 19 17 PATINATE, to give a...
patinising 20 17 PATINISE, to give a...
patinizing 23 26 PATINIZE, to give a...
patriating 20 16 PATRIATE, to transfe...
patrolling 22 18 PATROL, to guard by...
patterning 19 17 the act of patternin...
peacocking 26 26 PEACOCK, to strut va...
peculating 24 21 PECULATE, to embezzl...
pedicuring 24 21 PEDICURE, to apply f...
pejorating 21 25 PEJORATE, to make wo...
penalising 20 18 PENALISE, to subject...
penalizing 23 27 PENALIZE, to subject...
pencilling 25 22 the art or act of pa...
penpushing 24 23 boring paperwork inv...
pensioning 18 18 PENSION, to grant a...
peptalking 24 24 PEPTALK, to inspire...
perceiving 25 23 the act of perceivin...
percocting 26 22 PERCOCT, to cook tho...
percussing 24 20 PERCUSS, to strike w...
perfecting 25 22 PERFECT, to make fau...
performing 23 22 the act of doing som...
permeating 20 19 PERMEATE, to spread...
permitting 22 19 PERMIT, to allow [v]
perorating 19 16 PERORATE, to make a...
peroxiding 26 24 PEROXIDE, to bleach...
perpending 21 21 PERPEND, to weigh in...
perplexing 29 27 PERPLEX, to puzzle [...
persisting 21 16 PERSIST, to continue...
perspiring 23 19 PERSPIRE, to exude s...
persuading 20 18 PERSUADE, to induce...
perswading 23 20 PERSWADE, to induce...
pertaining 19 17 PERTAIN, to have ref...
perturbing 23 20 PERTURB, to disturb...
perverting 22 20 PERVERT, to turn awa...
perviating 22 20 PERVIATE, to make a...
petnapping 23 23 the kidnap of a pet...
petrifying 29 21 PETRIFY, to convert...
petrolling 22 18 PETROL, to supply wi...
philtering 24 19 PHILTER, to put unde...
phrensying 28 21 PHRENSY, to make fra...
physicking 34 27 PHYSIC, to treat wit...
pickeering 24 23 PICKEER, to forage,...
picnicking 28 27 PICNIC, to go on an...
picowaving 28 26 PICOWAVE, to irradia...
picqueting 32 29 PICQUET, to act as a...
pigeonwing 23 22 a caper or leap in d...
pigmenting 22 22 PIGMENT, to add a co...
pilgriming 25 22 PILGRIM, to travel t...
pillioning 22 19 PILLION, to sit on a...
pillorying 29 20 PILLORY, to hold up...
pinballing 24 22 PINBALL, to bounce a...
pinfolding 23 22 PINFOLD, to impound,...
pinnacling 23 22 PINNACLE, to equip w...
pintucking 25 25 PINTUCK, to tuck wit...
pioneering 18 17 PIONEER, to take par...
pipelining 23 21 the act of conveying...
pirlicuing 26 21 PIRLICUE, to summari...
pistolling 23 18 PISTOL, to shoot wit...
pixelating 27 24 PIXELATE, to divide...
pixilating 28 24 PIXILATE, to divide...
placarding 24 21 PLACARD, to publicis...
planishing 23 20 PLANISH, to toughen...
plastering 21 17 the act of covering...
plateauing 20 18 PLATEAU, to reach a...
platooning 19 18 PLATOON, in American...
playacting 30 22 pretence [n -S]
playmaking 29 26 the process of makin...
pleasuring 21 18 PLEASURE, to give en...
plebifying 32 25 PLEBIFY, to lower to...
plenishing 23 20 (Scots) furniture [n...
plottering 21 17 PLOTTER, (Scots) to...
ploutering 21 18 PLOUTER, (Scots) to...
plowtering 24 20 PLOWTER, (Scots) to...
plummeting 24 24 PLUMMET, to drop str...
plumpening 24 25 PLUMPEN, to plump, t...
plundering 21 20 PLUNDER, to rob by f...
podcasting 23 20 a radio broadcast ma...
polarising 21 17 POLARISE, to give po...
polarizing 24 26 POLARIZE, to give po...
polemising 22 20 POLEMISE, to argue o...
polemizing 25 29 POLEMIZE, to argue o...
pollarding 22 19 POLLARD, to cut the...
polonising 20 18 POLONISE, to make Po...
polonizing 23 27 POLONIZE, to make Po...
polytyping 36 24 POLYTYPE, to produce...
pommelling 24 24 POMMEL, to strike wi...
poniarding 19 18 PONIARD, to stab wit...
pontifying 28 22 PONTIFY, to play the...
pontooning 17 18 PONTOON, to cross wi...
populating 23 21 POPULATE, to inhabit...
porlocking 25 24 PORLOCK, to hinder b...
porpoising 22 19 PORPOISE, to move li...
porrecting 23 19 PORRECT, to stretch...
portending 19 18 PORTEND, to serve as...
portioning 19 17 PORTION, to divide i...
portraying 26 18 PORTRAY, to paint or...
possessing 20 16 POSSESS, to have as...
postcoding 23 20 POSTCODE, to give a...
postdating 20 17 POSTDATE, to date af...
postfixing 29 26 POSTFIX, to affix at...
postilling 23 18 POSTIL, to gloss [v]
postmating 21 19 that takes place aft...
postponing 21 20 POSTPONE, to put off...
postposing 22 19 POSTPOSE, to place a...
potboiling 23 20 the act of producing...
pothunting 22 20 going round to athle...
poulticing 25 21 POULTICE, to apply a...
poursewing 23 20 POURSEW, (Spenser) t...
pouthering 22 19 POUTHER, to powder [...
practicing 27 22 PRACTICE, to train o...
practising 24 19 PRACTISE, to train o...
preambling 24 23 PREAMBLE, to give an...
prebidding 23 21 the act of bidding i...
prebilling 25 21 PREBILL, to bill bef...
prebinding 22 21 PREBIND, to bind in...
preboiling 23 20 PREBOIL, to boil bef...
prebooking 22 23 PREBOOK, to book bef...
precasting 23 19 PRECAST, to cast bef...
precenting 22 20 PRECENT, to lead a c...
precessing 23 19 PRECESS, of a spinni...
precluding 25 22 PRECLUDE, to rule ou...
precooking 23 23 PRECOOK, to cook bef...
precooling 23 20 PRECOOL, to cool bef...
precursing 24 20 PRECURSE, to foresha...
precutting 24 20 PRECUT, to cut befor...
precycling 34 25 PRECYCLE, (of a cons...
predicting 24 20 PREDICT, to tell of...
predooming 20 20 PREDOOM, to sentence...
preediting 20 17 PREEDIT, to edit bef...
preempting 23 22 PREEMPT, to acquire...
prefabbing 26 25 PREFAB, (short for)...
preferring 22 19 PREFER, to like bett...
preforming 23 22 PREFORM, to form bef...
prefunding 22 22 PREFUND, to fund bef...
preguiding 22 20 PREGUIDE, to guide b...
preheating 21 18