9 letter words that end with R

9 letter words that end with R

9 letter R word

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abandoner 14 15 one who abandons [n...
abdicator 20 16 one who abdicates [n...
abnegator 16 15 one who abnegates, r...
abolisher 20 15 one who abolishes [n...
abrogator 17 14 one who abrogates, a...
absconder 19 17 one who absconds [n...
absoluter 18 14 ABSOLUTE, unconditio...
abstainer 16 13 one who abstains [n...
abstruser 18 13 ABSTRUSE, difficult...
accipiter 24 18 (Latin) a bird belon...
acclaimer 23 19 one who acclaims [n...
acellular 21 16 not containing or ma...
acetifier 20 15 an agent that acetif...
aciclovir 25 20 a drug used in the t...
acidifier 21 16 an agent that acidif...
acquitter 27 22 one who acquits [n -...
activator 20 16 one who activates [n...
acyclovir 31 22 a drug used in the t...
addresser 15 11 one who addresses, a...
addressor 15 11 one who addresses, a...
admonitor 15 14 an admonisher; a mon...
adulterer 16 12 one who commits adul...
advocator 19 17 one who advocates [n...
advoutrer 17 15 (obsolete) an adulte...
aerometer 14 12 an instrument for me...
aeromotor 14 12 an engine for aircra...
aeronomer 13 13 one who studies the...
afflicter 24 19 one who afflicts [n...
aggressor 17 13 one who aggresses [n...
alabaster 17 13 a soft, semitranspar...
alexander 20 19 a kind of cocktail,...
algometer 17 15 an instrument for me...
alienator 14 11 one who alienates [n...
alkaliser 18 15 an agent that alkali...
alkalizer 21 24 an agent that alkali...
alligator 18 13 a reptile of a mainl...
allocator 19 14 one who allocates [n...
almondier 16 15 ALMONDY, having an a...
almsgiver 21 19 one who gives alms [...
altimeter 17 13 a device for measuri...
ambipolar 21 19 of plasmas and semic...
ambulator 19 17 one who walks about;...
amplifier 22 19 a device for making...
amputator 18 16 one who amputates [n...
ancienter 16 14 ANCIENT, very old, a...
animalier 16 14 a sculptor or painte...
annotator 12 11 one who annotates [n...
announcer 15 16 one who announces [n...
antechoir 19 15 the space in front o...
antiarmor 15 13 designed or equipped...
antibuser 17 14 a person who opposes...
antichlor 21 16 any substance used i...
antilabor 17 14 opposed to labour or...
antilifer 18 14 a person in favour o...
antinuker 15 16 a person opposed to...
antipolar 17 14 relating to an antip...
antiradar 14 11 designed to foil rad...
antisolar 15 11 opposite to the sun,...
antitumor 16 14 a drug designed to p...
antiulcer 19 15 designed to prevent...
apatosaur 16 13 a kind of long-necke...
aphoriser 19 14 one who makes aphori...
aphorizer 22 23 one who makes aphori...
apparitor 19 15 an officer in court...
appetiser 19 15 something that whets...
appetizer 22 24 something that whets...
applauder 20 18 one who applauds [n...
appointer 18 16 one who appoints [n...
appointor 18 16 a person who is give...
appraiser 19 15 one who appraises [n...
arblaster 18 13 a crossbowman, also...
archaiser 20 14 one who archaises, a...
archaizer 23 23 one who archaizes, a...
archosaur 20 15 any of a subclass of...
areometer 14 12 (historical) an inst...
arraigner 15 12 one who arraigns [n...
arrogator 15 11 one who arrogates [n...
articular 20 14 pertaining to joints...
artificer 21 15 a craftsman [n -S]
ascendeur 17 15 (French) a metal gri...
asmoulder 17 15 (archaic) smoulderin...
aspersoir 17 12 (French) a brushlike...
asphalter 20 15 a person who lays as...
aspirator 17 12 an instrument for re...
assaulter 16 11 one who assaults [n...
assembler 19 16 a type of computer p...
astringer 16 12 a falconer who keeps...
atmometer 16 15 an instrument for me...
attainder 14 11 the loss of civil ri...
attempter 18 15 one who attempts [n...
attolaser 15 10 a high-powered laser...
attracter 18 12 one who attracts, al...
attractor 18 12 one who attracts, al...
augmenter 16 16 one who, or that whi...
augmentor 16 16 one who, or that whi...
auricular 20 15 pertaining to the ea...
auslander 15 13 (German) a foreigner...
automaker 16 17 a manufacturer of au...
autometer 15 13 a small device fitte...
autotimer 16 13 a device on a cooker...
auxometer 21 20 an instrument for me...
avascular 21 18 not having blood ves...
avouterer 16 14 (obsolete) an adulte...
avuncular 21 20 suggestive of an unc...
awkwarder 22 20 AWKWARD, lacking gra...
backacter 24 22 a mechanical excavat...
backbiter 24 22 one who engages in m...
backspeer 23 22 (Scots) to cross-que...
backspeir 24 22 (Scots) to cross-que...
backstair 22 19 underhand [n -S]
backwater 24 22 water turned back in...
bairnlier 18 14 BAIRNLY, like a bair...
balladeer 18 15 one who sings ballad...
ballaster 19 14 one who ballasts [n...
balthasar 20 15 a large wine bottle...
balthazar 23 24 a large wine bottle...
bandelier 17 15 (French) a shoulder...
bandoleer 16 15 (French) a shoulder...
bandolier 17 15 (French) a shoulder...
bannister 16 14 any of the upright p...
banqueter 24 23 one who banquets [n...
barbecuer 22 19 one who barbecues [n...
bargainer 17 15 one who bargains [n...
bargander 17 16 the shelduck, also B...
barkeeper 19 19 a bartender [n -S]
barometer 17 15 an instrument for me...
barracker 21 19 one who barracks [n...
barretter 17 12 a resistor capable o...
barrister 18 12 a person who is qual...
bartender 16 14 one who tends a bar...
baseliner 17 14 a tennis-player who...
batfowler 23 19 one who batfowls, ca...
bathwater 22 17 the water in a bath...
beachgoer 22 19 one who frequents th...
beachwear 24 20 wear suitable for th...
beastlier 18 13 BEASTLY, resembling...
beatboxer 24 22 one who practises be...
beclamour 22 20 to make a clamour, a...
bedsitter 18 13 a furnished room wit...
bedwarmer 21 19 a metal pan containi...
bedwetter 20 16 a person who urinate...
beefeater 17 15 an African bird, aka...
beekeeper 18 19 one who keeps bees [...
beglamour 20 19 to impress with glam...
begrudger 20 18 one who begrudges [n...
behaviour 21 19 conduct, also BEHAVI...
beleaguer 18 16 to surround with an...
belittler 20 14 one who belittles [n...
bemonster 17 16 (archaic) to make mo...
benefiter 18 16 one who benefits [n...
benighter 20 17 one who benights [n...
beplaster 20 16 (archaic) to plaster...
bergander 17 16 the shelduck, also B...
berserker 18 16 (Old Norse) a Norse...
bescatter 20 15 (archaic) to scatter...
beseecher 21 17 one who beseeches [n...
beslobber 22 19 to slobber on; to sm...
beslubber 23 20 to slobber on; to sm...
besmearer 17 15 one who besmears [n...
bespatter 19 15 to soil by spatterin...
bewitcher 26 20 one who bewitches [n...
biggitier 21 16 BIGGITY, conceited,...
billowier 23 17 BILLOWY, swelling [a...
bilobular 22 18 having two lobules [...
bilocular 23 18 divided into two cha...
binocular 21 18 with two eyes or eye...
binovular 20 19 relating to or deriv...
binuclear 21 18 having two nuclei [a...
biofouler 20 17 an animal that obstr...
biomarker 19 19 anything that might...
biosensor 16 13 a living organism us...
bioterror 17 12 use of biological we...
blackener 21 21 something that black...
blastopor 20 16 the opening of the a...
blastular 20 15 relating to the blas...
blatherer 20 15 one who blathers, al...
blemisher 22 18 one who blemishes [n...
blesseder 18 14 BLESSED, holy [adj]
bletherer 20 15 one who blethers, ta...
blockader 22 21 one who blockades [n...
blotchier 24 18 BLOTCHY, covered wit...
blubberer 23 20 one who blubbers [n...
blueliner 19 16 a machine which make...
blunderer 18 16 one who blunders [n...
blusterer 19 14 one who blusters [n...
bolometer 18 16 an instrument for me...
bolsterer 18 13 one who bolsters [n...
bombarder 20 19 one who bombards [n...
bombaster 20 18 one who speaks bomba...
bookmaker 19 23 a person who accepts...
bootmaker 18 19 one who makes boots...
botaniser 16 13 one who botanises, a...
botanizer 19 22 one who botanizes, a...
boulderer 18 15 someone who climbs b...
bowhunter 22 19 a person who hunts w...
boxkeeper 25 26 an attendant at a th...
boycotter 26 17 one who boycotts [n...
bramblier 22 19 BRAMBLY, full of bra...
branchier 22 18 BRANCHY, having many...
breathier 19 14 BREATHY, marked by l...
bricoleur 22 17 one who engages in b...
brigadier 19 15 an officer having co...
bristlier 20 13 BRISTLY, stiffly ere...
broadener 15 14 one who broadens [n...
broiderer 17 13 (archaic) one who em...
buccaneer 22 20 a pirate, orig of th...
buccanier 23 20 to act as a buccanee...
bucentaur 20 18 (Italian) a state ba...
budgeteer 18 16 one who prepares a b...
buirdlier 20 15 BUIRDLY, (Scots) sta...
bullbrier 23 18 a prickly American v...
bulldozer 23 25 a powerful, heavy tr...
bumsucker 24 24 (slang) a toady [n -...
burnisher 20 16 one who burnishes [n...
busheller 22 17 one who bushels, men...
butcherer 23 18 one who butchers [n...
butterbur 21 17 a plant of damp plac...
butterier 18 13 BUTTERY, containing...
bystander 23 16 someone who stands b...
cabdriver 23 20 one who drives a cab...
calembour 22 20 (French) a pun [n -S...
calendrer 18 15 a person who calende...
calfdozer 24 26 a small bulldozer [n...
caliatour 19 14 an old term for a tr...
calicular 24 18 like a calicle, a ro...
calycular 30 20 of or like a calycul...
camcorder 22 19 a portable video cam...
camelhair 22 18 a material made from...
campeador 20 19 (Spanish) a champion...
canceleer 20 17 (Scott) the turn of...
cancelier 21 17 (Scott) the turn of...
canceller 22 18 one who cancels, als...
canicular 22 18 pertaining to the do...
cannister 17 14 a small container, u...
cannoneer 14 15 a soldier who manage...
cannonier 15 15 a soldier who manage...
canoniser 16 14 one who canonises, a...
canonizer 19 23 one who canonises, a...
canoodler 17 15 one who canoodles [n...
canvasser 19 17 one who goes from do...
canyoneer 21 16 a canyon explorer [n...
capacitor 23 18 an electrical device...
capitular 22 17 relating or belongin...
carabiner 19 16 (German) a steel lin...
caracoler 21 16 one who caracoles [n...
caravaner 18 17 one who travels by c...
carbineer 19 16 a soldier armed with...
carbinier 20 16 a soldier armed with...
caregiver 21 18 one who looks after...
caretaker 18 16 someone put in charg...
carjacker 24 28 one who steals cars...
carnosaur 17 14 a meat-eating dinosa...
carpenter 19 16 a person skilled in...
carpooler 20 16 one who shares a car...
carrefour 20 16 (French) a crossroad...
carrotier 18 12 CARROTY, like or tas...
carryover 26 18 in accounting, a pay...
cartopper 22 18 something suitable f...
casemaker 19 19 a person who makes c...
cashierer 20 14 one who cashiers [n...
castrater 18 12 a device used in cas...
castrator 18 12 a device used in cas...
cataloger 19 15 (US) one who catalog...
catalyser 25 15 an agent that cataly...
catalyzer 28 24 an agent that cataly...
catcaller 23 17 one who catcalls [n...
catnapper 21 19 one that steals cats...
cauchemar 24 21 (French) a nightmare...
cautioner 17 14 one who cautions [n...
centenier 16 14 in Jersey, an honora...
centraler 18 14 CENTRAL, in the midd...
centumvir 22 21 (Latin) in Rome, one...
certainer 17 13 CERTAIN, absolutely...
certifier 21 15 one who certifies [n...
chafferer 24 20 a vendor who enjoys...
chamberer 23 20 (archaic) a plotter;...
chamferer 23 20 one who chamfers [n...
channeler 19 17 one who channels, a...
character 23 17 a symbol [n -S] / (a...
charterer 20 14 one who charters; es...
chastener 19 15 one who chastens [n...
chastiser 21 14 one who chastises [n...
chatterer 20 14 one who chatters [n...
chauffeur 25 22 (French) one who dri...
chavender 21 20 another name for the...
cheapener 20 18 one who makes cheap...
cherisher 23 16 one who cherishes [n...
chevalier 23 19 (French) a cavalier,...
childlier 24 17 CHILDLY, (archaic) h...
chinchier 26 20 CHINCHY, stingy [adj...
chintzier 24 24 CHINTZY, like chintz...
chiropter 23 17 a type of bat [n -S]
chirruper 24 18 one who chirrups [n...
chiseller 23 16 one who chisels; a s...
chorister 21 14 a member of a choir,...
chowkidar 25 22 (Urdu) a watchman, a...
churchier 27 20 CHURCHY, associated...
cinerator 17 13 an incinerator at a...
civiliser 23 17 one who civilises, a...
civilizer 26 26 one who civilizes, a...
clamberer 22 19 one who clambers [n...
clamourer 20 17 one who makes a clam...
clarifier 22 16 an agent that clarif...
clatterer 19 13 one who clatters [n...
clausular 21 16 consisting of, or ha...
cleanlier 19 15 CLEANLY, clean in ha...
clerklier 22 18 CLERKLY, pertaining...
clipshear 24 18 (Scots) an earwig [n...
clitellar 22 15 relating to the clit...
clutchier 26 19 CLUTCHY, tending to...
coadjutor 20 23 a bishop assisting a...
coalminer 19 17 one who digs coal [n...
cocklebur 26 24 the burdock, also CL...
cocreator 20 15 one who creates some...
cocurator 21 16 one who shares a cur...
coenamour 17 17 to enamour jointly,...
cofounder 19 18 one who founds somet...
cogitator 19 14 one who cogitates [n...
cohabiter 22 17 one who cohabits, al...
cohabitor 22 17 one who cohabits, al...
coheritor 20 14 a joint heir, also C...
coinsurer 18 14 one who insures join...
colcothar 24 18 (Arabic) a reddish b...
coleopter 20 16 an aircraft that has...
colickier 24 20 COLICKY, pertaining...
collapsar 22 17 a black hole [n -S]
collector 23 17 one who collects [n...
collinear 19 15 in the same straight...
coloniser 18 14 one who colonises, a...
colonizer 21 23 one who colonizes, a...
coloriser 19 13 one who colorises, a...
colorizer 22 22 one who colorises, a...
comanager 18 18 one who shares a man...
combustor 22 19 the system in a jet...
comforter 21 18 one who comforts [n...
commander 19 20 one who commands [n...
commencer 22 22 one who commences [n...
commender 19 20 one who commends [n...
commenter 19 19 one who comments, al...
commentor 19 19 one who comments, al...
commissar 21 18 the head of a govern...
committer 21 18 one who commits [n -...
comonomer 18 19 one of the constitue...
compacter 24 21 one who compacts, al...
compactor 24 21 one who compacts, al...
compander 20 20 a system of transmit...
compandor 20 20 a system of transmit...
compeller 23 20 one who compels [n -...
completer 22 19 one who completes [n...
complexer 28 26 COMPLEX, complicated...
composter 21 18 an apparatus for con...
compotier 21 18 (French) a dish, usu...
comprador 21 19 (Portuguese) a nativ...
concealer 20 17 one who conceals [n...
conceiver 22 20 one who conceives [n...
concenter 19 17 (US) to have a commo...
conciliar 22 17 of or pertaining to...
concluder 22 19 one who concludes [n...
concocter 23 19 one who concocts, al...
concoctor 23 19 one who concocts, al...
condemner 17 18 one who condemns, al...
condemnor 17 18 one who condemns, al...
condenser 16 15 an apparatus for red...
conductor 21 18 a person or thing th...
conferrer 19 16 one who confers [n -...
confessor 19 16 one who hears confes...
confirmer 21 19 one who confirms, al...
confirmor 21 19 one who confirms, al...
confiseur 20 17 (French) a confectio...
confiteor 19 16 (Latin) a prayer of...
conformer 20 19 one who conforms [n...
congealer 18 16 one who congeals [n...
conjoiner 18 23 one who conjoins [n...
connecter 19 17 something that conne...
connector 19 17 something that conne...
conquerer 25 23 one who conquers, al...
conqueror 25 23 one who conquers, al...
consenter 16 14 one who consents [n...
conserver 19 17 one who conserves [n...
consigner 18 16 the person named in...
consignor 18 16 the person named in...
consorter 17 13 one who consorts [n...
conspirer 20 16 one who conspires [n...
construer 18 14 one who construes [n...
consulter 19 15 one who consults, or...
consultor 19 15 an advisor to a Cath...
contactor 20 16 a device for repeate...
container 16 14 something that conta...
contemner 17 17 a person who contemn...
contemnor 17 17 a person who contemn...
contemper 20 19 to blend together; t...
contender 16 15 one who contends [n...
contester 17 13 one who contests [n...
continuer 17 15 one who continues [n...
contriver 20 17 one who contrives [n...
convector 22 20 an apparatus for hea...
converser 19 17 one who engages in c...
converter 19 17 something or someone...
convertor 19 17 something or someone...
convincer 22 21 one who, or that whi...
copartner 19 16 one who is jointly c...
copolymer 28 21 a compound of high m...
copytaker 27 21 a person employed to...
coriander 17 14 a plant yielding see...
corkborer 21 19 an instrument for bo...
cornborer 19 16 a European moth whos...
cornflour 21 18 finely ground maize,...
correcter 21 15 CORRECT, free from e...
corrector 21 15 one who corrects [n...
corrupter 21 16 CORRUPT, debased [ad...
corruptor 21 16 someone or something...
corsetier 18 12 (French) a (male) co...
cosponsor 19 16 a joint sponsor [n -...
costumier 20 16 one who makes or dea...
coticular 23 17 (obsolete) of or per...
councilor 22 18 (US) a member of a c...
counselor 18 15 (US) one who gives c...
courtlier 20 14 COURTLY, polite [adj...
couturier 19 14 (French) a (male) dr...
cowfeeder 22 19 a dairyman [n -S]
crabeater 19 15 a species of seal [n...
cracklier 24 20 CRACKLY, making a cr...
creeshier 20 14 CREESHY, (Scots) gre...
cremaster 19 15 (Greek) a thin muscl...
cribellar 23 17 relating to a cribel...
cricketer 23 19 one who plays cricke...
crinklier 21 18 CRINKLY, crinkled [a...
crocheter 23 17 one who crochets [n...
crookeder 18 17 CROOKED, dishonest [...
crosshair 21 14 a fine wire at the f...
crossover 20 16 a road passing over...
crucifier 25 19 one who crucifies [n...
crumblier 24 20 CRUMBLY, easily crum...
crumplier 24 20 CRUMPLY, easily wrin...
crunchier 24 19 CRUNCHY, given to cr...
cryometer 25 17 an instrument for me...
cudgeller 22 18 one who beats with a...
cuisinier 19 14 a cook [n -S]
cullender 20 17 a perforated vessel...
cunctator 21 17 (Latin) someone who...
cunninger 18 18 CUNNING, crafty [adj...
cupbearer 22 19 a person who attends...
curiouser 19 14 CURIOUS, inquisitive...
curlpaper 24 20 a strip of paper rou...
curtailer 20 14 one who curtails [n...
custodier 19 14 a person who has car...
cuticular 24 18 relating to a cuticl...
cymbaleer 28 21 one who plays the cy...
cytometer 25 17 an instrument for co...
dadchelor 21 17 as in dadchelor part...
dasymeter 22 15 a device for measuri...
dayflower 27 19 a genus consisting m...
daysailer 22 13 a dayboat powered by...
daysailor 22 13 a dayboat powered by...
dayworker 25 19 one who does daywork...
deaerator 13 10 a device for removin...
dealmaker 17 18 a person who makes d...
deathlier 18 13 DEATHLY, like death...
debaucher 22 19 one who debauches [n...
debriefer 19 16 one who debriefs [n...
decaliter 19 14 a cubic volume of te...
decameter 18 16 ten meters, also DEC...
deciliter 20 14 one tenth of a liter...
decimator 19 16 one who decimates [n...
decimeter 19 16 one tenth of a metre...
deckchair 25 22 a chair, usually fol...
declaimer 20 17 one who declaims [n...
declutter 20 15 to simplify or get r...
decoherer 19 15 a device for bringin...
decorator 17 13 one who decorates [n...
decoupler 21 18 one who decouples [n...
dedicator 18 14 one who dedicates [n...
deepwater 19 16 relating to the deep...
defaulter 18 15 one who defaults [n...
defecator 19 16 a device for purifyi...
deflector 21 17 something that defle...
defragger 19 17 one who defrags [n -...
defrauder 17 15 one who defrauds [n...
defroster 17 13 something that defro...
degausser 16 13 a device for nullify...
degreaser 15 12 a substance that rem...
deinosaur 14 12 any of a group of ex...
deioniser 14 11 an apparatus for rem...
deionizer 17 20 an apparatus for rem...
dekaliter 17 15 a cubic volume of te...
dekameter 16 17 ten meters, also DEC...
delegator 16 13 one who delegates [n...
delighter 20 15 one who delights [n...
delimiter 18 14 something that marks...
deliverer 18 15 one who delivers [n...
demeanour 14 15 behavior toward othe...
dendrimer 16 15 a polymer that has a...
denouncer 16 16 one who denounces [n...
densifier 17 14 an agent that densif...
depanneur 15 16 (French) a convenien...
depilator 18 14 an agent for removin...
depositor 17 13 one who deposits [n...
depressor 17 13 one who, or that whi...
depurator 17 14 one who, or that whi...
derringer 16 13 a small pocket pisto...
descanter 17 14 one who performs a d...
descender 17 15 the part of the lowe...
describer 21 16 one who describes [n...
desolater 15 11 one who desolates, l...
desolator 15 11 one who desolates, l...
despairer 17 13 one who despairs [n...
despoiler 18 14 one who despoils [n...
destemper 18 16 (obsolete) to distem...
destroyer 21 12 a small fast lightly...
desulphur 22 18 to remove sulphur fr...
detangler 16 14 a cosmetic product f...
dethroner 16 13 one who dethrones [n...
detonator 13 11 a substance that det...
detractor 18 13 a belittler or dispa...
developer 19 18 one who develops [n...
dewaterer 17 13 an agent for dewater...
dialoguer 17 14 one who makes things...
diesinker 16 15 a person who engrave...
digitiser 18 12 a device that conver...
digitizer 21 21 a device that conver...
digresser 17 12 one who digresses [n...
dilatator 16 11 a muscle which dilat...
disanchor 20 16 to raise the anchor,...
disappear 19 16 to vanish from sight...
disavower 20 17 one who disavows [n...
disburser 19 14 one who disburses [n...
discanter 18 14 one who sings the di...
discarder 19 14 one who discards [n...
discerner 18 14 one who discerns [n...
discloser 20 14 one who discloses [n...
discolour 20 15 to alter the natural...
discreter 19 13 DISCRETE, separate,...
discumber 23 20 (archaic) to free of...
discusser 20 14 one who discusses [n...
disfavour 20 18 want of favorable re...
disgorger 18 14 one who disgorges [n...
disgracer 20 15 one who disgraces [n...
disguiser 18 13 one who disguises [n...
dishonour 17 14 to deprive of honour...
dishumour 20 17 (obsolete) to put ou...
dishwater 21 15 water used for washi...
dismaller 19 15 DISMAL, sad, gloomy...
dismember 20 19 to cut or tear a bod...
disobeyer 23 15 one who disobeys [n...
dispauper 20 17 to deprive of the cl...
dispeller 20 15 one who dispels [n -...
dispenser 17 14 one who dispenses [n...
disperser 18 13 one who disperses [n...
displacer 22 17 one who displaces [n...
displayer 25 16 one who displays [n...
disprover 20 17 one who disproves [n...
disrepair 18 13 a worn-out or dilapi...
disrupter 19 14 one who disrupts, al...
disruptor 19 14 one who disrupts, al...
dissector 19 13 one who dissects [n...
disseisor 16 10 one who deprives ano...
disseizor 19 19 one who deprives ano...
dissenter 15 11 one who dissents [n...
disshiver 21 16 (Spenser) to shiver...
dissolver 19 15 something that disso...
dissuader 16 12 one who dissuades [n...
dissunder 16 13 (archaic) to sunder...
distemper 19 16 a kind of paint [n -...
distender 15 12 one who distends [n...
distiller 19 12 one who distils [n -...
distorter 16 10 one who distorts [n...
disturber 19 14 something that distu...
disuniter 16 12 one who disunites [n...
ditherier 18 12 DITHERY, nervously e...
dittander 15 12 a pungent cruciferou...
divinator 17 15 (archaic) one who pr...
dodderier 15 12 DODDERY, unsteady wi...
dognapper 19 19 one who dognaps, abd...
dogrobber 20 18 an army cook [n -S]
dominator 15 14 a ruler or ruling po...
donnicker 18 19 an outside lavatory,...
doomsayer 21 15 one who prophesies d...
dosemeter 15 13 an instrument for me...
dosimeter 16 13 an instrument for me...
dotcommer 20 19 a person who carries...
doughtier 19 15 DOUGHTY, courageous...
dowitcher 24 18 (Native American) th...
downcomer 21 20 a pipe that connects...
downriver 20 18 down the river [adv]
downsizer 21 23 one who downsizes [n...
downstair 18 14 situated in the lowe...
draughter 19 15 one who makes a draf...
dribblier 22 17 DRIBBLY, given to dr...
dricksier 21 17 DRICKSIE, of timber,...
driveller 20 16 one who drivels, als...
drizzlier 24 29 DRIZZLY, marked by l...
droichier 21 15 DROICHY, (Gaelic) dw...
drouthier 18 13 DROUTHY, dry, also D...
drugmaker 19 20 one who manufactures...
drysalter 23 13 a seller of dry good...
dungeoner 14 15 a gaoler [n -S]
durometer 16 14 an instrument for me...
dustcover 21 18 a cover to protect a...
dynameter 21 16 an instrument for de...
dynamiter 22 16 (archaic) a user of...
dynamotor 21 16 a kind of electrical...
earbasher 18 14 (Australian slang) o...
earthlier 18 12 EARTHLY, of earth [a...
earthstar 17 11 a fungus related to...
easterner 13 10 one who lives in or...
eggbeater 18 16 a utensil for beatin...
elastomer 16 13 any rubberlike subst...
embezzler 25 34 one who embezzles [n...
embraceor 20 18 a person who seeks t...
embroider 18 16 to ornament with des...
embroiler 19 16 one who embroils [n...
emendator 14 14 one who emends or cr...
emplaster 19 16 (obsolete) to plaste...
enameller 16 15 one who enamels; a w...
enchanter 18 16 one who enchants [n...
encounter 16 15 to meet [v -ED, -ING...
endeavour 15 16 to try, also ENDEAVO...
energiser 15 12 something that energ...
energizer 18 21 something that energ...
enervator 15 14 something that enerv...
enfeebler 18 17 something that enfee...
engrainer 14 13 one who engrains, dy...
engrosser 15 12 one who copies a wri...
enjoinder 15 21 an order [n -S]
enkindler 16 17 one who enkindles [n...
enlivener 16 16 something that enliv...
enshelter 17 13 (Shakespeare) to giv...
entangler 15 14 one who entangles [n...
entrainer 13 11 one who entrains [n...
entrapper 18 16 one who entraps [n -...
enveloper 18 18 one who envelops [n...
epicenter 19 16 (US) the point on th...
epistoler 18 13 the reader of the ep...
epitapher 21 17 a writer of epitaphs...
equaliser 24 20 a goal that equalise...
equalizer 27 29 a goal that equalise...
equimolar 25 23 having an equal numb...
ergataner 14 12 a worker-like wingle...
ergometer 16 14 an instrument for me...
eriometer 15 12 an instrument for me...
escalader 18 14 one who escalades, s...
escalator 18 13 a moving stair [n -S...
escheator 19 14 (historical) an offi...
estimator 16 12 one who estimates or...
estivator 17 13 an animal that aesti...
estranger 15 12 one who estranges [n...
etheriser 17 11 one who etherises, a...
etherizer 20 20 one who administers...
eulogiser 17 13 one who eulogises, a...
eulogizer 20 22 one who eulogizes, a...
evacuator 19 17 something or someone...
evaluator 17 15 one who evaluates, a...
excavator 25 23 a vehicle for excava...
excelsior 25 20 higher still [adj] /...
excerpter 26 22 one who makes excerp...
excerptor 26 22 one who makes excerp...
exchanger 26 24 one who exchanges [n...
exchequer 34 31 the Government's acc...
exclaimer 26 23 one who exclaims [n...
execrator 23 19 one who execrates [n...
exequatur 29 27 (Latin) an official...
exerciser 24 19 one who exercises [n...
exhauster 23 19 one who, or that whi...
exhibiter 26 21 one who exhibits, al...
exhibitor 26 21 one who exhibits, al...
exorciser 24 19 one who exorcises, a...
exorcizer 27 28 one who exorcizes, a...
expediter 23 20 one who expedites, a...
expeditor 23 20 one who expedites, a...
explainer 23 21 one who explains [n...
exploiter 24 20 one who exploits [n...
expositor 23 19 one who, or that whi...
expounder 22 22 one who expounds [n...
expresser 23 19 one who expresses [n...
extractor 24 19 one who, or that whi...
eyeleteer 20 12 a small, sharp-point...
eyeopener 20 15 something surprising...
eyepopper 26 20 something that excit...
fabulator 20 17 one who fabulates [n...
fadometer 17 16 an instrument used t...
falsifier 21 16 one who falsifies [n...
faradiser 17 13 one who faradises, s...
faradizer 20 22 one who faradises, s...
fashioner 18 15 one who fashions [n...
federator 16 13 one who federates [n...
feedwater 19 16 purified water used...
feldschar 24 19 (Russian) in Russia...
feldscher 24 19 (Russian) in Russia...
feliciter 22 16 (Latin) happily, suc...
fermenter 17 16 an agent that causes...
fermentor 17 16 an agent that causes...
ferventer 18 17 FERVENT, hot, glowin...
fibrillar 23 17 relating to a fibril...
fidgetier 19 15 FIDGETY, restless, u...
fifteener 18 16 a verse of fifteen s...
fillester 20 14 a rabbet plane used...
fillister 21 14 a rabbet plane used...
filmmaker 22 23 one who makes films...
finaliser 18 14 one who finalises, a...
finalizer 21 23 one who finalizes, a...
financier 19 17 a person engaged in...
finickier 22 20 FINICKY, difficult t...
firepower 22 18 the amount of ammuni...
firewater 20 15 strong alcoholic spi...
flaccider 25 20 FLACCID, limp [adj]
flagellar 21 17 of or relating to a...
flashover 22 19 an electric discharg...
flatliner 19 15 one who flatlines [n...
flattener 17 14 something that makes...
flatterer 18 13 one who flatters [n...
flaughter 22 18 (Scots) to cut turfs...
flauntier 18 15 FLAUNTY, showy [adj]
flavourer 20 18 one who flavours, al...
fleshlier 22 16 FLESHLY, pertaining...
flextimer 26 23 one who works flexti...
flightier 23 17 FLIGHTY, fickle [adj...
floccular 26 21 like a floccus, a fl...
floscular 23 18 composed of floscule...
flouncier 21 18 FLOUNCY, flouncing [...
flowerier 21 16 FLOWERY, abounding i...
flowmeter 22 19 an instrument for me...
fluidiser 20 15 an apparatus in whic...
fluidizer 23 24 an apparatus in whic...
fluorspar 21 17 a mineral, calcium f...
flutterer 19 14 one who flutters [n...
fluxmeter 26 24 any instrument for m...
flyposter 27 18 one who engages in F...
flyrodder 25 17 an angler using arti...
focimeter 21 18 an instrument for me...
focometer 20 18 an instrument for me...
foolisher 20 15 FOOLISH, lacking goo...
forbearer 18 15 one who forbears [n...
forbidder 20 17 one who forbids [n -...
foreboder 18 16 a person who or thin...
foreigner 17 15 a person belonging t...
forestair 17 12 (Scots) an outside s...
foreswear 19 15 to renounce, also FO...
forfaiter 19 15 a person who, or com...
forfeiter 19 15 (Shakespeare) one wh...
forgather 20 16 to gather together,...
forgetter 18 14 one who forgets [n -...
forlorner 17 14 FORLORN, forsaken [a...
formatter 18 15 a programme for form...
forrarder 17 13 FORRAD, (Scots) forw...
fortifier 20 15 something that forti...
forwander 19 17 (archaic) to wander...
forwarder 20 16 one who forwards [n...
fossicker 22 19 (Australian slang) o...
foughtier 21 17 FOUGHTY, (dialect) m...
foxhunter 25 23 one who hunts foxes...
fracturer 21 16 one who fractures [n...
fraicheur 23 18 (French) freshness [...
fratchier 23 17 FRATCHY, quarrelsome...
fraudster 18 14 one who practises fr...
fraughter 21 17 FRAUGHT, laden with...
frecklier 23 20 FRECKLY, marked with...
freebaser 18 15 one who smokes freeb...
freediver 19 17 one who engages in f...
freighter 21 16 a ship or aircraft f...
freshener 18 15 something that fresh...
fripperer 22 18 (archaic) one who de...
fritterer 18 12 one who fritters [n...
frivoller 22 18 one who frivols, als...
frizzlier 26 31 FRIZZLY, of hair, ti...
frolicker 23 20 one who frolics [n -...
frontager 17 15 a person who owns or...
froughier 21 17 FROUGHY, of timber,...
frowstier 21 15 FROWSTY, fusty, stuf...
fruiterer 18 13 one who sells fruit...
fulfiller 24 19 one who fulfils [n -...
fumigator 20 18 one who fumigates [n...
funicular 22 19 relating to a string...
furbearer 19 16 an animal with fur [...
furbisher 23 18 one who furbishes; e...
furnisher 20 16 one who furnishes [n...
furtherer 20 15 one who furthers [n...
gadgeteer 16 14 someone who delights...
gainsayer 21 14 one who gainsays, co...
gallanter 17 14 GALLANT, chivalrous...
galumpher 23 21 one who galumphs, mo...
gannister 15 13 a flintlike rock use...
garnisher 18 14 one who, or that whi...
garnishor 18 14 one who, or that whi...
garreteer 15 11 (archaic) one who li...
garrotter 16 11 one who garrottes [n...
gasholder 19 15 a storage tank for s...
gasometer 16 14 an instrument for ho...
gastrular 18 13 of or like a gastrul...
gauleiter 17 13 (German) an overbear...
gazetteer 18 20 a writer of news, or...
generator 14 12 an apparatus for tur...
genicular 20 17 relating to the knee...
genteeler 15 13 GENTEEL, well-bred o...
geocacher 23 19 one who engages in g...
geomancer 18 18 one who practises ge...
germander 16 16 a plant of the genus...
ghastlier 20 14 GHASTLY, like a ghos...
ghostlier 20 14 GHOSTLY, relating to...
giantlier 17 13 GIANTLY, like a gian...
glabellar 21 17 relating to the glab...
gladdener 16 15 one who gladdens [n...
gladiator 17 13 in ancient Rome, a p...
gladiolar 18 14 like a gladiolus [ad...
gladsomer 18 16 GLADSOME, feeling pl...
glandular 18 16 of or relating to gl...
glissader 18 13 one who glissades [n...
glitchier 24 17 GLITCHY, characteris...
glorifier 20 15 one who glorifies [n...
glossator 17 12 a writer of glosses...
godfather 20 17 a male godparent [n...
godmother 19 17 a female godparent [...
goldminer 18 17 one who mines for go...
gondolier 16 14 one who operates a g...
goosander 14 13 a large duck of the...
gospeller 20 16 one of the four evan...
gossipper 21 17 one who gossips, als...
gradelier 17 13 GRADELY, decent, ord...
graduator 16 13 one who determines o...
gratifier 19 14 one who gratifies [n...
grauncher 21 18 a clumsy and incompe...
graywater 25 16 water that has been...
grenadier 15 13 originally, a soldie...
grewsomer 20 17 GREWSOME, repugnant,...
gristlier 19 12 GRISTLY, containing...
grizzlier 25 30 GRIZZLY, greyish [ad...
grossular 18 13 a garnet containing...
grouchier 22 17 GROUCHY, ill-tempere...
groveller 20 17 one who grovels, als...
growthier 22 16 GROWTHY, exceptional...
gruesomer 17 15 GRUESOME, repugnant,...
grumblier 22 19 GRUMBLY, muttering i...
guarantor 15 13 one who makes or giv...
guerdoner 15 14 one who guerdons, re...
gumsucker 23 23 (Australian slang) a...
gunpowder 21 20 an explosive mixture...
gunrunner 15 16 one who smuggles gun...
hadrosaur 17 13 a bird-hipped dinosa...
hagbuteer 20 17 one who uses a hagbu...
hagbutter 21 17 one who uses a hagbu...
hairdrier 18 12 a device for drying...
hairdryer 24 14 a device for drying...
hamburger 22 20 (German) a patty of...
hamfatter 20 17 a third-rate minstre...
handlebar 19 17 the steering-bar of...
handsomer 17 16 HANDSOME, attractive...
haranguer 17 15 one who harangues [n...
harbinger 20 17 a forerunner; someth...
harbourer 19 15 one who or that whic...
hardcover 22 19 a book in hard cover...
hardliner 18 14 one who takes a hard...
harnesser 16 12 one who harnesses [n...
harpooner 17 15 one who uses a harpo...
harvester 19 15 any member of the Op...
hatinator 16 12 a small decorative h...
haughtier 21 16 HAUGHTY, arrogant [a...
headchair 22 17 a high-backed chair...
headliner 17 14 the person whose nam...
headwater 19 15 the highest part of...
healthier 20 14 HEALTHY, wholesome [...
hearkener 16 16 one who hearkens, al...
heartener 15 12 one who heartens [n...
helldiver 22 18 a small greyish-brow...
hereafter 18 14 from this time on [a...
hereunder 16 14 under this; below [a...
herringer 18 14 a man or boat employ...
hesitater 17 11 one who hesitates, a...
hesitator 17 11 one who hesitates, a...
hexameter 23 21 a verse line of six...
highchair 27 20 a chair for a child...
highflier 25 19 a bird that flies hi...
highflyer 31 21 a bird that flies hi...
hiphugger 25 21 of trousers, having...
hobjobber 25 29 one who does odd job...
hobnobber 22 21 one who hobnobs [n -...
hodometer 17 15 an instrument for me...
holidayer 24 15 a holiday-maker [n -...
homebuyer 26 20 one who is buying a...
homecomer 21 20 a person coming home...
homemaker 19 21 a housewife or house...
homeowner 19 18 one who owns a home...
homopolar 20 18 having an equal dist...
hoppercar 24 20 a container for grai...
horologer 18 14 a watchmaker [n -S]
horsehair 19 13 the hair of a horse...
hosteller 19 13 a person who lives i...
hotdogger 19 16 one who hotdogs, sho...
howsoever 21 18 in what way soever,...
humaniser 18 16 something or someone...
humanizer 21 25 one who humanizes, a...
humbucker 26 26 a twin-coil guitar p...
humbugger 24 23 one who humbugs, dec...
humdinger 20 19 a person or thing of...
hummeller 22 20 (dialect) a machine...
hundreder 17 15 an inhabitant or fre...
hundredor 17 15 an inhabitant or fre...
husbander 19 17 one who husbands [n...
hygristor 26 15 an electronic compon...
iceboater 19 15 one who travels by i...
idealiser 16 11 one who idealises, a...
idealizer 19 20 one who idealizes, a...
ideomotor 15 13 describing or relati...
illuminer 19 16 one who illumines [n...
imagineer 16 15 to design and create...
immolator 18 16 one who offers in sa...
immuniser 18 17 one that renders imm...
immunizer 21 26 one that renders imm...
impeacher 23 20 one who impeaches [n...
imperator 18 15 (Latin) a commander;...
implanter 19 17 one who implants [n...
impleader 19 17 one who prosecutes o...
impoliter 20 16 IMPOLITE, having bad...
impounder 18 18 one who impounds [n...
impresser 19 15 one who impresses [n...
imprinter 19 16 one who imprints [n...
inbreeder 16 14 one who inbreeds [n...
increaser 17 13 one who increases [n...
incubator 20 17 an apparatus for hat...
indagator 15 13 a searcher; an inves...
indicator 18 14 someone who or that...
indinavir 17 16 a drug used to treat...
indweller 20 16 an inhabitant [n -S]
infanteer 15 14 a Canadian word for...
infielder 18 15 a fielder who stands...
infighter 21 17 one who fights at cl...
inflector 21 17 one who inflects [n...
inflicter 22 17 one who inflicts, al...
inflictor 22 17 one who inflicts, al...
infractor 20 16 one who infracts or...
infringer 18 16 one who infringes [n...
ingrainer 15 13 one who ingrains, al...
inhabiter 19 15 one who inhabits, al...
inhabitor 19 15 one who inhabits, al...
inhalator 17 13 an apparatus for ena...
inheritor 17 12 one who inherits [n...
inhibiter 20 15 something or someone...
inhibitor 20 15 something or someone...
initialer 16 11 one who initials, al...
initiator 15 10 one who initiates [n...
inkholder 19 18 a container for ink;...
innerwear 16 14 underwear [n -S]
innkeeper 16 18 a person in charge o...
innovator 15 15 one who innovates [n...
inscriber 21 16 one who inscribes [n...
inshelter 18 13 to place in shelter...
inspector 20 16 one who inspects; a...
installer 17 12 one who instals [n -...
instanter 14 11 without delay [adj]
instiller 18 12 one who instils [n -...
insulator 16 12 a nonconductor of el...
inswinger 19 16 in cricket, a ball b...
intimater 16 13 one who intimates [n...
intonator 13 11 one who intonates [n...
intriguer 17 13 one who intrigues [n...
inundator 14 13 one who inundates [n...
inveigher 20 18 one who inveighs [n...
inveigler 19 17 one who inveigles [n...
invocator 19 17 one who invokes [n -...
irregular 18 13 not regular [adj IRR...
irrigator 17 11 one who irrigates [n...
irritator 16 9 one who irritates [n...
isallobar 19 14 the contour line on...
jaculator 21 23 one who throws or ca...
jaghirdar 21 23 (Hindi) the holder o...
jargoneer 16 21 a person who uses ja...
jayhawker 29 29 a name given to a fr...
jaywalker 28 28 one who walks in the...
jeoparder 18 22 one who puts in jeop...
jerkwater 21 25 not on a branch line...
jitterier 18 18 JITTERY, extremely n...
jobholder 22 25 one who has a job [n...
jobseeker 19 25 one engaged in seeki...
joculator 21 23 a professional jeste...
journeyer 22 22 one who journeys [n...
joyfuller 28 26 JOYFUL, full of joy...
joypopper 29 29 one who joypops, use...
judicator 21 23 a person who judges...
junketeer 17 24 one who junkets, fea...
junketter 18 24 one who junkets, fea...
justiciar 22 22 (historical) an admi...
justifier 21 22 one who justifies [n...
kachumber 25 25 (Hindi) a salad of c...
karabiner 17 17 a steel link with cl...
keylogger 25 20 a device or software...
keyworker 26 22 a worker such as a t...
kibbitzer 25 28 (Yiddish) one who of...
kickboxer 29 30 one who practises ki...
kidnapper 20 21 one who kidnaps, als...
kieselgur 19 17 (German) a soft diat...
kiloliter 19 15 a unit of capacity,...
kilometer 18 17 a thousand metres, a...
kingmaker 19 23 one who decides who...
kitchener 21 19 a kitchen servant; a...
kitschier 23 18 KITSCHY, having the...
klondiker 18 20 a factory-ship, also...
klondyker 24 22 a factory-ship, also...
knobblier 21 21 KNOBBLY, having very...
knowinger 19 20 KNOWING, astute, cra...
knubblier 22 22 KNUBBLY, having litt...
knucklier 22 23 KNUCKLY, having prom...
konimeter 16 17 an instrument for me...
kryometer 23 18 an instrument for me...
kvetchier 24 22 KVETCHY, (Yiddish) h...
lacemaker 20 20 one who makes lace [...
lacquerer 27 23 one who lacquers [n...
lairdlier 18 12 LAIRDLY, like a lair...
laminator 16 14 a device for laminat...
lampooner 17 17 one who writes lampo...
lanceolar 18 15 lanceolate [adj]
landloper 18 16 (Dutch) a wanderer,...
landowner 17 16 one who owns land [n...
latecomer 19 16 one who arrives late...
latherier 18 12 LATHERY, covered wit...
laticifer 22 16 a cell or group of c...
launderer 15 13 one who launders [n...
lawmonger 20 19 a trivially contenti...
lawnmower 22 20 a machine for cuttin...
leafleter 18 14 one who distributes...
legaliser 18 13 one who legalises, a...
legalizer 21 22 one who legalizes, a...
legwarmer 21 18 one of a pair of gar...
lengthier 19 15 LENGTHY, very long [...
levigator 19 16 one who levigates [n...
levitator 18 14 one who levitates [n...
liberator 18 13 one who liberates [n...
lifesaver 20 17 the saver of a perso...
lightener 19 15 something that light...
limewater 20 16 water impregnated wi...
linotyper 24 16 one who sets type us...
lipreader 18 14 one who lipreads [n...
liquefier 27 23 that which liquefies...
liquifier 28 23 something that liqui...
literator 16 10 a dabbler in learnin...
litigator 18 12 one who litigates [n...
lobsterer 18 13 a person who catches...
localiser 20 14 one who localises, a...
localizer 23 23 one who localises, a...
lockmaker 22 24 one who makes locks...
locomotor 19 16 a muscle involved in...
logroller 19 14 one who engages in l...
lossmaker 18 17 a business that make...
lovemaker 19 21 one who makes love [...
lowlander 19 16 one who lives in the...
lunisolar 17 13 relating jointly to...
lysimeter 24 15 an instrument for me...
macerater 18 15 one who macerates [n...
macerator 18 15 a person who fasts a...
machmeter 22 20 an instrument for me...
mafficker 25 25 one who mafficks, ce...
maggotier 18 16 MAGGOTY, full of mag...
magnifier 19 18 something that magni...
mainliner 16 15 one who takes a narc...
malaxator 22 20 one who, or that whi...
mallander 17 16 an eruption of the s...
mallender 17 16 an eruption of the s...
malleolar 18 15 of or pertaining to...
mammillar 21 20 resembling a breast...
manhunter 17 17 one who takes part i...
manipular 19 18 a soldier of a manip...
manometer 15 16 an instrument for me...
manslayer 22 16 a person who kills a...
marceller 21 17 one who marcels [n -...
marketeer 16 16 one who markets, als...
marshaler 19 15 one who marshals, al...
massacrer 19 15 one who massacres [n...
maunderer 15 15 one who maunders [n...
maximiser 24 22 one who maximises, a...
maximizer 27 31 one who maximizes, a...
mayflower 28 21 in England, the hawt...
meanderer 14 14 one who meanders [n...
mediciner 19 17 (archaic) a physicia...
meditator 16 13 one who meditates [n...
mekometer 17 19 a kind of range-find...
melodiser 17 14 one who melodises, a...
melodizer 20 23 one who melodizes, a...
meltwater 20 16 the water that runs...
memoriser 17 15 one who memorises, a...
memoriter 17 15 (Latin) from memory;...
memorizer 20 24 one who memorizes, a...
menschier 21 18 MENSCHY, like a mens...
mentioner 14 14 one who mentions [n...
menuisier 16 14 (French) a joiner [n...
merganser 16 15 an aquatic bird of a...
messenger 16 15 one who bears a mess...
metrifier 19 15 one who metrifies [n...
midlander 17 16 one who lives in the...
midsummer 20 20 the middle of summer...
midwinter 20 17 the middle of winter...
milometer 18 16 an instrument that r...
minelayer 22 16 a ship used to lay m...
minibiker 20 20 one who rides a mini...
minimiser 18 16 one who minimises, a...
minimizer 21 25 one who minimizes, a...
minitower 19 16 a computer in a smal...
misaunter 16 14 (Scots) an unlucky c...
miscaller 22 17 one who miscalls [n...
miscolour 21 17 to give a wrong colo...
misdealer 17 14 one who misdeals [n...
miserlier 18 13 MISERLY, characteris...
misfeasor 18 15 one who commits a mi...
misguider 19 16 one who guides wrong...
mishanter 18 15 (Scots) an unlucky c...
misjudger 21 25 one who misjudges [n...
mislabour 20 17 to labour wrongly, a...
misleader 17 14 one who leads into e...
misnumber 20 20 to number wrongly [v...
misprizer 23 24 one who misprizes [n...
misquoter 25 22 one who misquotes [n...
misrender 16 14 to render wrongly; t...
misshaper 21 17 one who misshapes [n...
missileer 18 13 one responsible for...
missioner 16 13 a missionary; an env...
mistemper 20 18 (obsolete) to temper...
mitigator 18 14 one who mitigates [n...
mixmaster 24 22 a disc jockey [n -S]
mobiliser 20 16 something that serve...
mobilizer 23 25 something that serve...
moblogger 21 20 one who keeps a mobl...
moderator 15 13 one who moderates [n...
modulator 17 15 a person who, or tha...
moistener 15 13 something that moist...
molecular 21 18 relating to a molecu...
mollifier 21 17 one who mollifies [n...
monocular 19 18 for use with one eye...
monoester 14 13 an ester, as of a di...
monolater 15 14 one who worships one...
monolayer 21 16 a single continuous...
monometer 15 16 a rhythmic series, c...
monoskier 16 17 one who skis on a mo...
monovular 18 19 having one ovule [ad...
monsignor 16 16 (Italian) an honorif...
moonraker 15 17 a small sail sometim...
moraliser 17 13 one who moralises, a...
moralizer 20 22 one who moralizes, a...
mortgager 18 16 one who gives a mort...
mortgagor 18 16 one who gives a mort...
mortifier 19 15 one who mortifies [n...
motivator 18 16 one who motivates [n...
mouseover 17 17 on a web page, any i...
moviegoer 18 18 one who goes to the...
muckender 20 22 (obsolete) a handker...
muckraker 22 24 one who spreads defa...
mudhopper 23 22 a fish of mud flats...
mudlogger 20 19 a person who looks f...
muffineer 20 20 a dish for keeping m...
multiuser 19 15 able to be used by m...
multiyear 24 16 lasting many years [...
murtherer 19 15 a murderer [n -S]
musketeer 17 17 a soldier who uses a...
mutilator 18 14 one who mutilates [n...
mystifier 26 17 one who mystifies [n...
mythmaker 27 23 a maker of myths [n...
nailbiter 18 14 someone who bites hi...
nanometer 13 14 a billionth of a met...
naughtier 18 15 NAUGHTY, badly-behav...
navicular 21 19 pertaining to or lik...
navigator 17 16 a person who navigat...
nebbisher 21 18 (Yiddish) a colourle...
nebuliser 18 15 a spraying apparatus...
nebulizer 21 24 a spraying apparatus...
neglecter 19 16 one who neglects, al...
neglector 19 16 one who neglects, al...
neighbour 20 18 to live close by, bo...
netballer 18 15 one who plays netbal...
netminder 15 15 a goalkeeper [n -S]
netsurfer 17 14 one who engages in t...
networker 18 17 one who networks, es...
newsmaker 19 20 a person whose activ...
newspaper 21 19 to work on a newspap...
nicknamer 19 21 one who gives nickna...
nightgear 19 16 clothes worn at nigh...
nightwear 21 17 clothes worn at nigh...
nitpicker 22 20 one who makes petty...
nitrifier 18 13 an agent employed in...
nominator 14 14 one who nominates [n...
nonanswer 15 15 to answer in an unsa...
nonauthor 15 14 one who is not an au...
noncareer 15 14 not related to a car...
noncolour 17 16 an achromatic colour...
nonconcur 19 19 to dissent or refuse...
nondancer 15 16 someone who does not...
nondoctor 16 15 someone who is not a...
nondollar 15 14 of a currency, not u...
nondriver 16 16 one who does not dri...
nonfactor 18 17 something that is no...
nonfarmer 16 17 someone who is not a...
nongolfer 17 17 someone who is not a...
nonhunter 15 15 one who does not hun...
nonjoiner 14 21 one who does not joi...
nonkosher 16 17 not kosher [adj] / f...
nonlabour 16 16 not relating to or c...
nonlawyer 23 17 one who is not a law...
nonlinear 13 13 not linear [adj]
nonmember 17 20 one who is not a mem...
nonplanar 15 16 not planar [adj]
nonplayer 22 17 one who is not a pla...
nonreader 12 12 one who is not a rea...
nonrioter 13 11 one who is not a rio...
nonrubber 18 18 not made of rubber [...
nonrunner 12 14 one who is not a run...
nonsigner 14 14 one who does not sig...
nonskater 14 15 one who is not a ska...
nonsmoker 15 18 one who is not a smo...
nontalker 15 16 someone who does not...
nonvector 18 18 something that is no...
nonviewer 18 18 someone who is not a...
nonworker 17 18 someone who is not a...
nonwriter 17 14 someone who is not a...
norseller 16 12 (obsolete) one who f...
notepaper 17 16 writing paper intend...
nourisher 17 13 one who nourishes [n...
noveliser 17 15 one who makes a nove...
novelizer 20 24 one who makes a nove...
nowhither 22 17 (archaic) in no dire...
nucleator 18 15 a device for nucleat...
nucleolar 19 16 of or pertaining to...
nuisancer 17 15 one who makes or cau...
nullifier 20 16 one who nullifies or...
numerator 15 14 one who numbers [n -...
nunataker 14 16 NUNATAK, (Inuit) a p...
nutbutter 18 15 a butter substitute...
nutjobber 21 26 the nuthatch [n -S]
nutpecker 21 21 the nuthatch [n -S]
obligator 19 15 one who obligates [n...
obturator 17 13 a structure or devic...
octameter 18 15 a verse-line of eigh...
oddsmaker 17 18 one who figures odds...
oedometer 14 13 an instrument for me...
oenometer 13 13 an instrument for me...
oncometer 17 16 an instrument measur...
opacifier 22 18 something that opaci...
operagoer 16 14 one who attends the...
opercular 21 17 belonging to the ope...
oppressor 19 15 one that oppresses [...
optimiser 19 15 one who optimises, a...
optimizer 22 24 one who optimises, a...
optometer 17 15 an instrument for te...
opuscular 22 18 of or like an opuscu...
orbicular 22 17 spherical [adj ORBIC...
organiser 15 12 one who organises, a...
organizer 18 21 one who organizes, a...
orienteer 13 10 to take part in orie...
orthopter 19 14 a type of aircraft p...
osmometer 16 15 an instrument for me...
ossicular 20 14 relating to an ossic...
outbacker 21 20 one who lives in the...
outbidder 18 15 one who outbids [n -...
outerwear 17 13 outer clothing [n -S...
outfitter 18 13 a person who deals i...
outhauler 18 14 a rope used to haul...
outhumour 19 17 to surpass in humori...
outlander 15 13 a foreigner, also UI...
outlinear 15 12 like an outline [adj...
outmaster 16 13 to surpass [v -ED, -...
outnumber 18 18 to surpass in number...
outplacer 21 17 one who outplaces [n...
outporter 17 13 an inhabitant or nat...
outpourer 17 14 one who pours out [n...
outrigger 18 14 a spar extended from...
outrooper 16 13 (obsolete) an auctio...
outrunner 14 13 one who outruns [n -...
outsavour 17 15 to exceed in savouri...
outworker 19 17 one who works away f...
overclear 20 17 to clear to excess [...
overcolor 20 17 to color too highly,...
overcomer 20 19 one who overcomes [n...
overcover 21 20 to cover up [v -ED,...
overeager 16 15 too eager; too impat...
overeater 15 13 one who overeats [n...
overfavor 20 20 to favor excessively...
overhonor 17 16 to honor too highly,...
overlabor 19 17 to cause to labor ex...
overpower 21 19 to overcome or reduc...
overrider 17 14 either of two projec...
overruler 18 15 one who overrules [n...
oversteer 16 13 to steer excessively...
overswear 19 16 to swear anew [v OVE...
overtimer 18 16 one who works overti...
overtower 19 16 to tower over or abo...
overwater 19 16 to water excessively...
oviraptor 19 16 a small two-footed d...
pacemaker 21 22 a person who sets th...
paganiser 17 15 one who converts oth...
paganizer 20 24 one who converts oth...
palaverer 19 17 one who palavers [n...
palliator 19 14 one who palliates [n...
palmister 20 16 a person who tells f...
panickier 21 20 PANICKY, tending to...
paradoxer 22 20 one who engages in p...
paralyser 24 15 a paralysing agent,...
paralyzer 27 24 a paralysing agent,...
parameter 17 15 a boundary or limit...
pargetter 18 14 one who pargets, pla...
partygoer 24 16 one who attends part...
pasquiler 27 23 a writer of pasquils...
passenger 17 15 someone who travels...
patienter 16 13 PATIENT, calm and un...
patissier 18 12 (French) a maker or...
patroller 19 14 one who patrols [n -...
paughtier 21 17 PAUGHTY, (Scots) hau...
paunchier 22 19 PAUNCHY, having a pr...
paymaster 24 17 the official in an o...
peasouper 18 16 a thick fog [n -S]
peculator 21 17 one who peculates [n...
pedicular 22 18 of or pertaining to...
pedometer 17 16 an instrument for me...
penciller 22 18 one who pencils, als...
pendicler 21 18 the tenant of a pend...
penholder 19 17 a holder for pens [n...
penpusher 21 19 a person whose work...
pensioner 15 14 one receiving a pens...
pepperier 21 18 PEPPERY, resembling...
perceiver 22 19 one who perceives [n...
percussor 21 16 a percussion hammer...
perfecter 22 18 a person who or thin...
perfector 22 18 a machine for perfec...
perfervor 21 19 a state of great fer...
performer 20 18 one who performs [n...
perfumier 21 19 one who prepares per...
perimeter 18 15 the circuit or bound...
permabear 19 18 an investor who cons...
permeator 17 15 something or someone...
permitter 19 15 one who permits [n -...
perorator 16 12 one who perorates [n...
perplexer 26 23 one who perplexes [n...
persister 18 12 one who persists [n...
persuader 17 14 one who persuades [n...
perturber 20 16 one who, or that whi...
perverser 19 16 PERVERSE, wilfully d...
perverter 19 16 one who perverts [n...
petnapper 20 19 one who kidnaps pets...
petrichor 23 17 a sweet smell that i...
petrifier 20 15 an agent that petrif...
petroleur 18 14 (French) a rioter wh...
pewholder 23 19 one who has his or h...
phalanger 20 18 any of several kinds...
phansigar 20 17 (Hindi) formerly in...
philander 20 17 to engage in frivolo...
phlegmier 23 20 PHLEGMY, full of phl...
phonmeter 19 18 an instrument for me...
pickeerer 21 19 one who pickeers, a...
picnicker 25 23 one who picnics [n -...
picometer 21 18 a trillionth of a me...
piepowder 22 19 (obsolete) a wayfare...
pilgrimer 22 18 someone who goes on...
pilomotor 19 16 causing movement of...
pinhooker 19 19 (slang) a speculator...
pinsetter 17 13 an employee on a mec...
pistillar 21 14 belonging or relatin...
pistoleer 18 13 (obsolete) one who u...
pistolier 19 13 one who uses a pisto...
planisher 20 16 a person who or tool...
plasterer 18 13 one whose job is to...
playactor 27 18 one who playacts [n...
playmaker 26 22 a playwright [n -S]
pleasurer 18 14 a pleasure seeker [n...
plenisher 20 16 one who plenishes [n...
plunderer 18 16 one who plunders [n...
podcaster 20 16 one who creates podc...
poetaster 16 12 an inferior poet [n...
polariser 18 13 a device for polaris...
polarizer 21 22 a device for polaris...
polltaker 20 18 a person conducting...
polyester 24 15 any of a range of po...
polywater 27 18 a supposed form of w...
pompadour 20 20 a hairstyle where th...
pontoneer 14 14 a builder of pontoon...
pontonier 15 14 a builder of pontoon...
pontooner 14 14 a builder of pontoon...
porrenger 17 15 a small dish for sou...
porringer 18 15 a small dish for sou...
portioner 16 13 the proprietor of a...
portrayer 23 14 one who portrays [n...
positiver 20 16 POSITIVE, assertive,...
possessor 17 12 one who possesses [n...
possibler 21 16 POSSIBLE, that can b...
posterior 17 12 coming after [adj PO...
postiller 20 14 one who postils, pro...
postponer 18 16 one who postpones [n...
postrider 18 13 one who rides over a...
potboiler 20 16 a work in art or lit...
potholder 20 16 a piece of material...
pothunter 19 16 someone who hunts fo...
potometer 17 15 an instrument measur...
pottingar 18 15 (Scots) an apothecar...
pottinger 18 15 a small dish for sou...
potwaller 22 17 a man entitled to th...
poulterer 18 14 a dealer in dead fow...
powderier 20 16 POWDERY, like powder...
practicer 24 18 one who practices, a...
practiser 21 15 one who practises, a...
prankster 18 17 one who plays pranks...
preachier 22 17 PREACHY, tending to...
precancer 22 19 preceding cancer [ad...
precensor 19 16 to censor a publicat...
precentor 19 16 a leader of the sing...
preceptor 22 18 a teacher [n -S]
precooker 20 19 a device for prepari...
precurrer 21 16 (Shakespeare) a prec...
precursor 21 16 something that goes...
predicter 21 16 one who predicts, al...
predictor 21 16 one who predicts, al...
predinner 16 15 taking place before...
preemptor 20 18 one who preempts [n...
preferrer 19 15 one who prefers [n -...
preheater 18 14 something or someone...
prehensor 18 15 something that grasp...
prejudger 21 25 one who prejudges [n...
prelector 21 16 a reader of lectures...
premerger 19 17 before a merger [adj...
prenumber 20 20 to number in advance...
preocular 21 17 a scale in front of...
prepostor 19 15 (Latin) the name use...
presbyter 26 17 an elder in the earl...
presenter 16 13 one who presents [n...
preserver 19 16 one who preserves [n...
pretender 16 14 one who lays claim t...
prevailer 20 17 one who prevails [n...
preventer 18 17 one who prevents [n...
previewer 22 19 one who previews [n...
pricklier 24 20 PRICKLY, having many...
privateer 19 16 a licensed pirate [n...
proceeder 19 16 one who proceeds [n...
processer 20 15 something that proce...
processor 20 15 something that proce...
procureur 21 17 (French) a procurato...
professor 19 15 a university or coll...
profferer 21 18 one who proffers [n...
profiteer 19 15 a person who takes a...
programer 19 17 (US) one who writes...
projector 22 24 an apparatus for pro...
prolabour 20 17 favouring an organiz...
prolonger 18 16 one who, or that whi...
promissor 19 15 one who makes a (leg...
propeller 21 17 someone who, or some...
propellor 21 17 someone who, or some...
propretor 19 15 a magistrate of anci...
propulsor 21 17 something which prop...
prorector 20 15 an officer who presi...
prosateur 17 13 (French) one who wri...
prosector 20 15 one who dissects bod...
protecter 20 15 one who protects, al...
protector 20 15 one who protects, al...
protester 17 12 one who protests, al...
protestor 17 12 one who protests, al...
protostar 17 12 a condensing mass of...
provender 18 18 dry food for domesti...
pterosaur 17 13 a pterodactyl, also...
publisher 24 19 one who publishes [n...
puckerier 22 20 PUCKERY, astringent;...
pulpiteer 21 17 someone who speaks f...
pulvillar 24 20 cushion-like [adj]
punctator 20 17 someone who marks so...
puncturer 21 18 one who punctures [n...
puppeteer 21 19 one who operates a p...
purchaser 23 18 one who purchases [n...
purloiner 18 15 one who purloins [n...
pushchair 26 20 a chair on wheels fo...
putrefier 20 16 an agent that causes...
pyrolater 24 15 a fire-worshipper [n...
pyrolyser 31 17 a device for pyrolys...
pyrolyzer 34 26 an agent that pyroly...
pyrometer 24 17 an instrument for me...
quaeritur 24 20 (Latin) the question...
qualifier 27 23 one who qualifies [n...
quantiser 23 20 one who quantises, e...
quantizer 26 29 one who quantizes, e...
quarender 22 21 a kind of early red...
quarreler 24 20 one who quarrels, al...
quarterer 23 19 one who quarters [n...
quartzier 27 28 QUARTZY, like quartz...
quaverier 25 23 QUAVERY, shaky, quav...
queachier 28 24 QUEACHY, forming a t...
queechier 28 24 QUEECHY, forming a t...
queenlier 23 21 QUEENLY, like a quee...
quickener 27 27 one who quickens [n...
quietener 22 20 one who quietens [n...
quirister 25 19 a member of a choir,...
quiverier 26 23 QUIVERY, quivering [...
racketeer 18 16 a criminal who runs...
racketier 19 16 RACKETY, noisy [adj]
raconteur 17 14 (French) a teller of...
radicular 20 15 of or pertaining to...
raggedier 17 14 RAGGEDY, somewhat ra...
ragpicker 23 21 one who gets a livin...
rainmaker 16 17 a person in tribal s...
rainwater 17 13 water from rainfall...
ransacker 18 17 one who ransacks [n...
ratemeter 15 12 an instrument for me...
ratepayer 22 14 one who pays rates o...
raunchier 20 16 RAUNCHY, coarsely or...
reassurer 15 10 one who reassures [n...
rebirther 20 14 one who claims to ha...
rebounder 16 15 something that rebou...
receiptor 20 15 a person who receipt...
recharger 21 16 a device for recharg...
recharter 20 14 to charter again [v...
reclaimer 20 16 one who reclaims [n...
reconquer 25 23 to conquer again [v...
recontour 17 14 to contour again [v...
recounter 17 14 one who recounts [n...
recoverer 19 16 one who recovers [n...
recoveror 19 16 the demandant in a c...
recreator 17 12 one who recreates [n...
recruiter 19 13 one who recruits [n...
rectifier 21 15 a person who rectifi...
redbaiter 17 13 one who redbaits [n...
redeliver 18 15 to deliver or give b...
redoubler 18 15 one who redoubles [n...
redresser 15 10 one who redresses, a...
redressor 15 10 one who redresses, a...
reenactor 16 13 one who reenacts [n...
reflecter 21 16 (Swift) a person who...
reflector 21 16 something or someone...
refounder 16 15 one who refounds [n...
refractor 20 15 a refracting telesco...
refrainer 16 13 one who refrains [n...
refresher 19 14 something that refre...
regisseur 17 12 (French) a ballet di...
registrar 17 11 a middle-ranking hos...
regressor 16 11 one who regresses [n...
regretter 16 11 one who regrets [n -...
regulator 17 13 one who regulates [n...
rehearser 16 11 one who rehearses [n...
reinsurer 15 11 one who gives reinsu...
rejoinder 16 20 a sharp and clever a...
relacquer 27 23 to lacquer again [v...
relaunder 15 13 to launder again [v...
relocator 18 13 one who relocates [n...
remainder 15 14 what is left over [n...
remodeler 16 14 one who remodels [n...
remontoir 15 13 any of various devic...
renouncer 16 15 one who renounces [n...
renovator 15 14 one who, or that whi...
rentaller 16 12 (Scots) a kindly ten...
replaster 18 13 to plaster again [v...
repleader 17 14 a second pleading, o...
repositor 17 12 an instrument employ...
represser 17 12 one who represses, a...
repressor 17 12 one who represses, a...
repriever 19 16 one who reprieves [n...
reprinter 17 13 one who reprints [n...
requester 23 19 one who requests, al...
requestor 23 19 one who requests, al...
rescinder 18 14 one who rescinds [n...
resembler 19 16 one who resembles [n...
reservoir 17 13 a storage place [n -...
reshipper 22 17 one who reships [n -...
resoluter 16 11 RESOLUTE, determined...
resonator 13 10 a resonating body or...
respecter 20 15 one who respects [n...
responder 16 14 one who responds, al...
responser 16 13 one who responds, al...
responsor 16 13 one who responds, al...
ressaldar 16 11 (Urdu) an Indian tro...
restarter 15 9 something or someone...
rethinker 18 16 one who rethinks [n...
reticular 20 14 netted, netlike [adj...
retinular 16 12 relating to the reti...
retoucher 20 15 one who retouches [n...
retractor 18 12 something that retra...
retreater 14 9 one who retreats [n...
retriever 17 13 one of a breed of la...
revelator 17 14 one who makes a reve...
rheometer 17 14 an instrument that m...
rhymester 25 16 a poetaster, a would...
ricketier 20 16 RICKETY, shaky, rams...
ridiculer 21 15 one who ridicules [n...
rigsdaler 18 13 (Dutch) a rix-dollar...
ringsider 17 13 one with a seat at t...
ritonavir 17 14 a drug used to treat...
rocketeer 18 16 a person who experim...
rockwater 22 19 water issuing from a...
rodfisher 20 15 one who fishes by ro...
roisterer 15 9 one who roisters, ca...
rosewater 17 12 water distilled from...
rostellar 17 11 pertaining to a rost...
rotameter 15 12 an instrument for me...
rotavator 16 13 a tool for breaking...
rotovator 16 13 a tool for breaking...
routineer 14 11 one who adheres to a...
roysterer 21 11 one who roysters, ca...
rubberier 20 16 RUBBERY, resembling...
ruminator 16 14 one who ruminates [n...
rumrunner 16 16 a person involved in...
safflower 23 19 a thistle-like plant...
sailmaker 18 17 one who makes sails...
saintlier 16 11 SAINTLY, befitting a...
salimeter 17 13 an instrument for me...
salivator 18 14 one who salivates [n...
salometer 16 13 an instrument for me...
saltpeter 18 13 (US) potassium nitra...
saltwater 19 13 of, containing or in...
sandpaper 18 17 a kind of rough pape...
sandpiper 19 17 any of various small...
sanitiser 15 10 one who sanitises, a...
sanitizer 18 19 one who sanitises, a...
sapsucker 22 20 a kind of woodpecker...
satiriser 16 9 one who satirises, a...
satirizer 19 18 one who satirises, a...
satisfier 18 12 one who satisfies [n...
saturater 15 10 one who, or that whi...
saturator 15 10 one who, or that whi...
saunterer 14 11 one who saunters [n...
savourier 17 14 SAVOURY, pleasant to...
sawtimber 22 18 timber suitable for...
scalloper 22 17 one who fishes for s...
scamperer 21 18 one who scampers [n...
scarifier 21 15 an implement for sca...
scatterer 18 12 one who scatters [n...
scavenger 20 19 to act as a scavenge...
scenester 17 13 a person who identif...
schedular 22 17 of or like a schedul...
scheduler 22 17 one who schedules [n...
schizzier 28 32 SCHIZZY, affected wi...
schlepper 26 21 (Yiddish) an incompe...
schlocker 26 22 (Yiddish) something...
schmecker 26 24 a heroin user [n -RS...
schmicker 27 24 SCHMICK, (Australian...
schmoozer 24 26 (Yiddish) one who sc...
schmutter 23 18 (Yiddish) clothing,...
schnapper 24 21 an Australian food-f...
schnauzer 23 25 (German) a German br...
schnorrer 20 15 one who takes advant...
scissorer 19 12 one who scissors [n...
sclaunder 19 16 (obsolete) slander [...
scorifier 21 15 a thing which scorif...
scrabbler 24 19 one who scrabbles [n...
scraggier 21 16 SCRAGGY, skinny [adj...
scrambler 23 19 a telephone device f...
scrannier 17 14 SCRANNY, thin, scraw...
scrappier 23 18 SCRAPPY, fragmentary...
scratcher 24 17 a tool for scratchin...
scrawlier 23 16 SCRAWLY, written has...
scrawnier 21 16 SCRAWNY, extremely t...
screakier 19 16 SCREAKY, creaky [adj...
screecher 23 17 one who screeches [n...
scribbler 25 19 one who scribbles [n...
scrimpier 23 18 SCRIMPY, scanty [adj...
scrivener 20 17 (historical) a scrib...
scroggier 21 16 SCROGGY, abounding i...
scrounger 19 16 one who scrounges [n...
scrubbier 24 19 SCRUBBY, inferior in...
scruffier 24 19 SCRUFFY, untidy, dir...
scrummier 22 19 SCRUMMY, (colloquial...
scruntier 19 14 SCRUNTY, (Scots) stu...
scrutator 19 13 one who investigates...
scuddaler 20 16 in Shetland, the lea...
scurriour 20 14 (obsolete) a scout,...
scutellar 21 15 like a scutella, a s...
seasicker 19 16 SEASICK, affected wi...
seedeater 13 10 a bird that eats see...
semainier 15 13 (French) a chest of...
semidrier 17 13 SEMIDRY, half dry [a...
semilunar 17 15 shaped like a half m...
semipolar 19 16 as in semipolar bond...
semiwater 19 15 as in semiwater gas,...
sensibler 18 14 SENSIBLE, showing go...
sentencer 16 14 one who sentences [n...
separator 16 12 something that separ...
septemvir 21 19 (Latin) one of a boa...
sepulcher 24 19 a receptacle in an a...
sequencer 25 23 a device connected t...
sequester 23 19 to set apart; to sei...
seraskier 16 13 (historical) a gener...
serenader 13 11 one who serenades [n...
sermoneer 14 13 a preacher; a sermon...
shadowier 20 15 SHADOWY, full of sha...
shallower 22 16 SHALLOW, not deep [a...
shamateur 18 15 an amateur who is ac...
shamblier 22 18 SHAMBLY, awkwardly [...
shampooer 19 17 one who shampoos [n...
shapelier 20 15 SHAPELY, having a pl...
shapewear 21 17 underwear that shape...
sharpener 18 15 a device for sharpen...
shatterer 17 11 something or someone...
sheathier 19 13 SHEATHY, sheathlike...
shebeener 17 15 one who keeps a sheb...
shelterer 18 12 one who shelters [n...
shillaber 22 16 an accomplice to a t...
shinglier 20 15 SHINGLY, covered wit...
shipowner 22 18 the owner of a ship...
shiverier 20 15 SHIVERY, shivering [...
shleppier 23 18 SHLEPPY, shabby, run...
shlockier 23 19 SHLOCKY, of poor qua...
shlumpier 23 19 SHLUMPY, (Yiddish) s...
shmoozier 21 23 SHMOOZY, given to sh...
shmuckier 24 22 SHMUCKY, foolish, co...
shoemaker 18 18 one who makes shoes...
shogglier 21 16 SHOGGLY, (Scots) sha...
shooglier 19 14 SHOOGLY, (Scots) sha...
shortener 16 12 someone or something...
shorthair 20 13 a breed of domestic...
shotfirer 20 14 the mining worker wh...
shotmaker 19 18 in sport, a person w...
shoveller 21 17 a kind of duck with...
showerier 20 14 SHOWERY, abounding w...
shreddier 18 13 SHREDDY, cut up [adj...
shriekier 19 15 SHRIEKY, shrill [adj...
shrillier 21 13 SHRILLY, high-pitche...
shrimpier 22 17 SHRIMPY, abounding i...
shroudier 18 13 SHROUDY, giving shel...
shrubbier 23 18 SHRUBBY, covered wit...
shtickier 23 18 SHTICKY, like a shti...
shunpiker 21 20 one who avoids toll...
sibilator 19 13 one who sibilates, h...
sideliner 16 12 one who sidelines [n...
sightlier 21 14 SIGHTLY, pleasing to...
sightseer 19 13 one who sightsees [n...
signaller 18 14 one who signals, als...
signifier 19 15 something that signi...
silverier 19 14 SILVERY, appearing l...
simulator 18 14 something that simul...
sixteener 20 17 a verse of sixteen s...
sketchier 22 18 SKETCHY, lacking in...
skibobber 23 22 one who rides a skib...
skijumper 23 29 one who engages in t...
skikjorer 20 26 one who engages in t...
skyjacker 29 31 one who skyjacks, hi...
skylarker 25 20 one who skylarks, fr...
skysurfer 26 19 one who skysurfs [n...
skywriter 27 18 one who skywrites [n...
slabberer 20 16 one who slabbers, or...
slackener 19 18 one who slackens [n...
slanderer 15 12 one who slanders [n...
slangular 18 15 (Dickens) slangy [ad...
slaughter 20 15 the act of killing,...
sleechier 21 15 SLEECHY, slimy with...
sleepover 19 17 the custom of stayin...
sleepwear 20 16 clothes for sleeping...
slenderer 15 12 SLENDER, slight of b...
slickener 20 18 one who slickens [n...
slickster 22 17 a dishonest person [...
slimpsier 21 16 SLIMPSY, flimsy, als...
slipcover 24 20 a cover for a book t...
slobberer 20 16 one who slobbers [n...
sloganeer 15 13 to invent or make he...
slouchier 22 16 SLOUCHY, slouching [...
sloughier 20 15 SLOUGHY, full of slo...
slumberer 20 17 one who slumbers [n...
slutchier 23 16 SLUTCHY, (English di...
smatterer 16 12 one who has only a s...
smoochier 21 17 SMOOCHY, given to sm...
smotherer 18 14 one who smothers [n...
smutchier 23 18 SMUTCHY, smutched [a...
snatchier 20 15 SNATCHY, irregular,...
snickerer 19 17 one who snickers [n...
snifflier 21 17 SNIFFLY, having a sn...
sniggerer 17 14 one who sniggers [n...
snitchier 21 15 SNITCHY, bad tempere...
sniveller 19 16 one who snivels, als...
snorkeler 16 15 one who snorkels, al...
snowmaker 19 20 a machine for produc...
snowshoer 19 15 one who travels by s...
snufflier 21 18 SNUFFLY, tending to...
snugglier 19 16 SNUGGLY, warm and co...
sodbuster 18 14 (US) a farmer who wo...
softcover 22 19 a paperback book [n...
sojourner 16 20 one who sojourns [n...
solicitor 20 13 a person who is lega...
sollicker 22 18 (Australian slang) s...
sommelier 18 16 (French) a wine stew...
sonicator 17 13 a device that sonica...
sonneteer 12 11 a writer of sonnets,...
sonometer 14 13 a musical instrument...
sophister 20 14 a person who uses de...
sottisier 16 9 (French) a collectio...
souteneur 14 12 (French) a prostitut...
spanglier 19 16 SPANGLY, covered wit...
sparklier 20 17 SPARKLY, sparkling [...
specialer 21 16 SPECIAL, particular...
specifier 23 18 one who specifies [n...
spectator 20 15 an onlooker [n -S]
speedster 17 13 one who likes to tra...
spelunker 19 19 one who explores cav...
spherular 21 16 like a spherule or s...
sphincter 23 18 a ringlike muscle wh...
spiderier 18 13 SPIDERY, like a spid...
spillover 22 18 an overflow [n -S]
spindlier 19 15 SPINDLY, long and sl...
spinnaker 17 18 a large triangular s...
spiraster 18 12 a coiled sponge spic...
spirillar 21 14 of or like a spirill...
spittlier 20 13 SPITTLY, like or cov...
splashier 21 15 SPLASHY, given to sp...
spleenier 17 14 SPLEENY, (Shakespear...
splendour 18 16 brilliance, magnific...
splodgier 20 16 SPLODGY, covered wit...
splurgier 21 16 SPLURGY, tending to...
spoliator 18 13 one who spoliates [n...
sprawlier 22 16 SPRAWLY, tending to...
spriggier 21 16 SPRIGGY, having smal...
springier 19 15 SPRINGY, resilient [...
sprinkler 20 18 a device for sprinkl...
spritzier 22 21 SPRITZY, emitting a...
sputterer 18 13 one who sputters [n...
spymaster 25 17 one who controls spi...
squabbier 28 25 SQUABBY, short and t...
squabbler 29 26 one who squabbles [n...
squalider 25 21 SQUALID, filthy, neg...
squallier 26 21 SQUALLY, full of squ...
squashier 26 21 SQUASHY, yielding, s...
squattier 24 19 SQUATTY, squat, dump...
squawkier 28 26 SQUAWKY, shrill and...
squeakier 24 23 SQUEAKY, making a sq...
squeezier 26 28 SQUEEZY, squeezable...
squelcher 30 25 an overwhelming blow...
squidgier 26 22 SQUIDGY, unpleasantl...
squiffier 29 25 SQUIFFY, (colloquial...
squiggler 28 24 one who squiggles, w...
squinnier 23 21 SQUINNY, squinting [...
squintier 24 20 SQUINTY, marked by s...
squirmier 26 22 SQUIRMY, given to sq...
squishier 27 21 SQUISHY, squashy [ad...
staggerer 17 13 one who staggers [n...
stammerer 17 15 one who stammers [n...
stampeder 18 16 one who stampedes [n...
standover 16 15 a threatening or int...
stannator 13 11 one of the members o...
starchier 21 14 STARCHY, containing...
stargazer 19 20 any of various marin...
statelier 16 10 STATELY, dignified [...
stationer 14 10 one who sells statio...
stauncher 20 16 something or someone...
staymaker 23 18 one whose occupation...
stegosaur 16 12 a herbivorous dinosa...
stellular 19 13 starlike; having sta...
stenchier 20 15 STENCHY, having a fo...
stenciler 19 14 one who paints or co...
stiffener 19 16 something used to st...
stomacher 21 17 armour for the chest...
straddler 17 12 one who straddles [n...
straggler 19 14 one who straggles [n...
strangler 17 13 one who stranglers [...
strappier 20 15 STRAPPY, having stra...
streakier 16 13 STREAKY, covered wit...
streamier 16 12 STREAMY, streaming [...
streetcar 18 12 (US) a tramcar [n -S...
streetier 15 9 STREETY, abounding i...
stressier 16 9 STRESSY, (colloquial...
stretcher 21 14 a frame for carrying...
stringier 17 12 STRINGY, fibrous [ad...
strobilar 19 13 of or like a strobil...
stroppier 20 15 STROPPY, (colloquial...
struggler 20 15 one who struggles [n...
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stumblier 21 17 STUMBLY, apt to stum...
stupefier 20 16 something that stupe...
stutterer 16 10 one who stutters [n...
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subcellar 23 18 a subdivision of a c...
subcenter 20 17 a subordinate center...
subchaser 23 18 a small manoeuvrable...
subdealer 18 15 a dealer who buys fr...
subeditor 18 14 an assistant editor,...
sublessor 19 14 a person who grants...
subletter 19 14 one who sublets [n -...
sublinear 18 15 under the line; near...
submitter 20 16 one who submits [n -...
subocular 22 18 situated under, or o...
subphylar 30 21 relating to a subphy...
subsector 21 16 part of a sector [n...
subsister 19 13 one who subsists [n...
subsoiler 19 14 a plough for subsoil...
substylar 26 16 pertaining to a subs...
subverter 20 17 one who, or that whi...
subwoofer 22 19 part of a sound syst...
subwriter 22 16 one who writes under...
succeeder 21 17 a successor [n -S]
succentor 21 17 a bass soloist in a...
successor 22 16 one who succeeds, co...
succourer 22 17 one who succours, al...
succumber 26 23 one who succumbs [n...
suggester 18 14 one who suggests [n...
summerier 18 16 SUMMERY, characteris...
summiteer 18 16 a participant in sum...
sunbather 19 16 one who sunbathes [n...
sundowner 17 16 (Australian slang) a...
sunflower 21 18 a composite plant wi...
sunseeker 15 15 one who seeks the su...
supersaur 18 14 a very large dinosau...
superstar 18 13 an extremely popular...
superuser 18 14 in computing, a spec...
supinator 17 14 a muscle which produ...
supporter 20 16 a figure in heraldry...
surfeiter 18 13 one who surfeits [n...
surfrider 19 14 one who engages in s...
surmaster 17 13 (archaic) the second...
surpasser 18 13 one who surpasses [n...
surpriser 19 13 one who surprises [n...
surrender 15 12 to yield, give up [v...
susceptor 21 16 (obsolete) a sponsor...
suspecter 21 16 one who suspects [n...
suspender 17 15 a strap to support a...
suspenser 17 14 something, e.g. a fi...
suspensor 17 14 a suspensory ligamen...
sustainer 15 11 one who sustains [n...
swaggerer 20 16 one who swaggers [n...
swallower 23 17 one who swallows [n...
swarthier 21 14 SWARTHY, having a da...
sweetener 16 13 a substance that swe...
sweltrier 20 13 SWELTRY, oppressivel...
switchier 25 17 SWITCHY, full of swi...
tabasheer 18 14 (Hindi) a siliceous...
tabulator 18 14 one who tabulates [n...
tackifier 22 19 something for making...
tahsildar 19 13 an Indian district o...
tailender 15 12 someone coming at th...
tailgater 17 12 a person who tailgat...
tailwater 19 13 water below a dam or...
tambourer 18 16 one who embroiders o...
targeteer 15 11 (historical) one who...
tarnisher 17 12 something that cause...
tasimeter 16 12 an instrument for me...
taxameter 21 19 (obsolete) an instru...
taximeter 22 19 an instrument for me...
taxonomer 20 20 a specialist in taxo...
teaseller 16 11 one who uses teasels...
teataster 14 9 one whose job is to...
teentsier 14 10 TEENTSY, (colloquial...
tehsildar 19 13 (Hindi) one who admi...
telemeter 16 13 to measure using a t...
teleosaur 15 11 an extinct marine cr...
televiser 18 14 one who televises [n...
televisor 18 14 a receiver for telev...
tensioner 13 11 something that tensi...
tentmaker 16 17 one who makes tents...
terrifier 18 12 one who terrifies [n...
tessellar 17 11 like a tessella, a s...
testifier 18 12 one who testifies [n...
thatchier 23 16 THATCHY, resembling...
thegither 21 15 (Scots) together [ad...
theologer 18 14 a theologian [n -S]
theoriser 17 11 one who theorises, a...
theorizer 20 20 one who theorizes, a...
thermidor 19 15 a method of preparin...
thickener 21 19 an agent used for th...
thirstier 19 11 THIRSTY, feeling a n...
thistlier 20 12 THISTLY, full of thi...
thrashier 20 13 THRASHY, characteris...
threadier 17 12 THREADY, resembling...
thriftier 21 14 THRIFTY, frugal [adj...
thrillier 21 13 THRILLY, full of thr...
throatier 17 11 THROATY, of a voice,...
throttler 19 12 one who, or that whi...
throwover 22 18 a piece of material...
throwster 21 14 one who throws or tw...
thrummier 21 18 THRUMMY, made of or...
thunderer 17 14 a thing that makes a...
thyristor 25 13 a thyratron-like sol...
tidewater 18 13 water brought by the...
tightener 18 14 something that serve...
tiltmeter 18 13 an instrument for me...
tiltrotor 17 10 an aircraft with rot...
timesaver 18 16 something that saves...
tiremaker 17 16 one who makes tires...
titivator 18 13 one who titivates, a...
toadeater 13 10 a sycophant, also TO...
toeragger 16 13 a tramp; a despicabl...
tolerator 15 10 one who tolerates [n...
tonometer 14 13 an instrument used t...
tonsillar 17 12 relating to the tons...
toolmaker 17 17 one who makes tools...
tormenter 15 13 one who torments, al...
tormentor 15 13 one who torments, al...
torpedoer 16 13 one who torpedoes [n...
totaliser 16 10 a system of betting...
totalizer 19 19 a system of betting...
toughener 17 15 something that tough...
tourneyer 20 13 one who takes part i...
tractator 18 12 a writer of tracts,...
trammeler 18 16 one who trammels [n...
trapanner 15 14 one who trapans [n -...
traveller 19 15 one who travels, als...
traverser 17 13 one who traverses [n...
treachour 20 15 (obsolete) a traitor...
treaclier 19 13 TREACLY, thick and s...
treasurer 15 10 a person who is in c...
tregetour 16 12 (archaic) a juggling...
tremblier 20 16 TREMBLY, tremulous [...
trepanner 15 14 one who trepans [n -...
trephiner 19 15 a surgeon who uses a...
tricklier 22 17 TRICKLY, marked by t...
tricksier 21 16 TRICKSY, mischievous...
trickster 21 16 one who plays tricks...
tricolour 20 14 a flag of three colo...
tricycler 30 18 one who rides a tric...
trilinear 16 11 of, pertaining to, o...
trimester 17 12 three months, an aca...
trinketer 16 14 (obsolete) an intrig...
trisector 19 12 one who trisects [n...
triumpher 22 18 one who was honored...
trochlear 21 15 the trochlear (pulle...
troweller 20 14 one who trowels, als...
trumpeter 19 16 one who plays the tr...
tubicolar 22 17 inhabiting a tube, a...
tubulator 19 15 one who tubulates [n...
tunneller 16 14 one who tunnels, als...
tutworker 20 17 one who does tutwork...
twaddlier 20 15 TWADDLY, boringly [a...
tweenager 17 15 a child of approxima...
twiddlier 21 15 TWIDDLY, having many...
twinklier 21 18 TWINKLY, given to tw...
twitchier 25 17 TWITCHY, given to tw...
twitterer 19 12 one who twitters [n...
twoseater 17 12 a car or other vehic...
tyremaker 23 18 one who makes tyres...
uitlander 16 13 (South African) in S...
unbosomer 17 17 one who unbosoms, or...
unbulkier 20 20 UNBULKY, not bulky [...
unbundler 18 18 one who unbundles [n...
uncandour 17 17 a lack of candour [n...
uncannier 16 16 UNCANNY, strange and...
uncharier 20 16 UNCHARY, not chary [...
unchaster 20 16 UNCHASTE, not chaste...
uncleaner 17 16 UNCLEAN, not clean [...
unclearer 18 15 UNCLEAR, not clear [...
unclutter 20 16 to rid of clutter [v...
uncomfier 21 20 UNCOMFY, (colloquial...
uncoupler 21 19 a device for uncoupl...
uncouther 20 17 UNCOUTH, uncultured...
underbear 16 15 (obsolete) to suppor...
underdoer 14 13 one who underdoes; a...
undergoer 15 14 one who undergoes [n...
underhair 17 14 an inner layer of ha...
underlier 16 13 one who underlies [n...
underwear 17 15 clothes worn under o...
undulator 16 14 one that undulates [...
unfancier 19 18 UNFANCY, not fancy [...
unfunnier 16 17 UNFUNNY, not funny [...
unfussier 18 15 UNFUSSY, not fussy [...
ungodlier 17 15 UNGODLY, not godly [...
ungreener 14 14 UNGREEN, not green [...
unhandier 16 15 UNHANDY, clumsy, awk...
unhappier 21 19 UNHAPPY, not happy [...
unharbour 19 17 to dislodge from she...
unhardier 17 14 UNHARDY, not hardy [...
unhastier 17 13 UNHASTY, not hasty [...
unheedier 16 14 UNHEEDY, incautious;...
unicolour 19 16 having one colour, a...
uniformer 18 17 UNIFORM, consistent...
unilinear 15 13 developing in or inv...
unioniser 14 12 one who unionises, a...
unionizer 17 21 one who unionizes, a...
uniplanar 17 16 lying in one plane [...
unluckier 21 20 UNLUCKY, not lucky [...
unmanlier 16 16 UNMANLY, not manly [...
unmerrier 16 14 UNMERRY, not merry [...
unnoisier 14 12 UNNOISY, not noisy [...
unpopular 20 19 not popular [adj UNP...
unquieter 23 21 UNQUIET, not quiet,...
unreadier 14 12 UNREADY, not ready,...
unriddler 17 14 one who unriddles [n...
unscarier 18 14 UNSCARY, not scary [...
unsecular 19 16 not secular [adj]
unshowier 20 16 UNSHOWY, not showy [...
unshutter 18 14 to open or remove th...
unsimilar 18 15 not similar [adj]
unsonsier 14 12 UNSONSY, (Scots) unl...
unsounder 14 14 UNSOUND, not sound [...
unstabler 18 15 UNSTABLE, not stable...
unstopper 19 17 to take the stopper...
unsunnier 14 14 UNSUNNY, not sunny [...
untentier 14 12 UNTENTY, (Scots) car...
untrusser 16 12 one who untrussed pe...
unwearier 17 14 UNWEARY, not weary [...
unwittier 19 14 UNWITTY, not witty [...
upbraider 20 17 one who upbraids [n...
upbuilder 22 19 one who upbuilds [n...
upholster 21 16 to provide with stuf...
uplighter 23 18 a light-fitting that...
upthunder 20 18 to send up a noise l...
uptighter 22 17 UPTIGHT, tense; stra...
utricular 21 15 like or having a utr...
valvassor 20 18 a knight, noble etc....
vaporiser 19 16 something that vapor...
vaporizer 22 25 something that vapor...
varnisher 19 16 one who varnishes [n...
vasomotor 17 16 causing constriction...
vehicular 24 20 of or pertaining to...
velvetier 20 18 VELVETY, having the...
venerator 15 14 one who venerates [n...
versifier 20 16 a maker of verses, a...
versioner 16 14 the producer of a ve...
vesicular 22 18 having vesicles e.g....
victualer 22 18 one who furnishes vi...
vignetter 18 16 one who makes vignet...
visitator 18 13 an official visitor...
vitaliser 19 14 something that vital...
vitalizer 22 23 something that vital...
vivandier 19 19 (French) a (male) at...
vocabular 23 21 of or concerning wor...
vocaliser 21 17 one who vocalises, a...
vocalizer 24 26 one who vocalizes, a...
vodcaster 20 17 one who makes vodcas...
voiceover 21 20 a spoken commentary...
voiturier 18 14 (French) the driver...
voltigeur 20 17 (French) a lightly a...
voltmeter 19 17 an instrument for me...
volumeter 19 18 an instrument for me...
volumiser 20 18 an agent used to giv...
volumizer 23 27 an agent used to giv...
volunteer 17 16 to offer one's servi...
voorkamer 18 20 (Afrikaans) a front...
vrystater 24 15 (South African) a na...
wadsetter 18 13 (Scots) one who hold...
waghalter 22 17 a felon likely to sw...
wallpaper 24 20 paper used to cover...
wambenger 21 21 (Native Australian)...
wardrober 20 16 (historical) a house...
warmonger 19 18 one who delights in...
warranter 17 13 one who warrants, al...
warrantor 17 13 one who warrants, al...
wassailer 19 13 one who wassails [n...
wasteweir 21 15 a sluiceway or passa...
wattmeter 19 15 an instrument for me...
wavemeter 20 19 an instrument for me...
waxflower 30 26 any of various plant...
waxworker 28 26 one who works in wax...
wealthier 21 15 WEALTHY, rich [adj]
weaponeer 17 16 to design weapons, e...
weaseller 19 14 one who weasels, als...
weatherer 19 14 one who weathers [n...
webcaster 23 18 one who broadcasts o...
weblogger 23 20 one who keeps a webl...
webmaster 21 18 a person responsible...
weekender 17 18 one who spends the w...
weightier 22 16 WEIGHTY, heavy, pond...
wellanear 18 15 (archaic) alas [inte...
westerner 17 13 one who lives in or...
whencever 24 22 from whatsoever plac...
whichever 28 23 any one, no matter w...
whimperer 24 20 one who whimpers [n...
whisperer 23 17 one who whispers [n...
whittawer 24 17 (dialect) a saddler...
whosoever 21 18 every one who [pron]
wigwagger 25 21 one who wigwags, sig...
willinger 22 17 WILLING, ready to co...
willowier 24 17 WILLOWY, slender and...
willpower 26 20 the power of the wil...
windhover 22 20 the kestrel [n -S]
windrower 21 17 a machine that puts...
winemaker 19 20 a maker of wine [n -...
wingchair 25 20 a chair with forward...
winterier 18 13 WINTERY, having the...
witnesser 18 13 one who witnesses [n...
woefuller 22 18 WOEFUL, full of woe,...
womaniser 18 16 one who engages in c...
womanizer 21 25 one who engages in c...
womanlier 19 17 WOMANLY, like a woma...
woodborer 19 16 any of various beetl...
worcester 21 15 a kind of fine wool...
worldlier 21 15 WORLDLY, pertaining...
worshiper 23 17 one who worships, al...
wreathier 20 14 WREATHY, like a wrea...
wrigglier 23 17 WRIGGLY, wriggling [...
wrinklier 21 18 WRINKLY, wrinkled [a...
wrongdoer 18 16 one who does wrong [...
xylometer 29 22 an instrument for me...
yellowier 26 16 YELLOWY, yellowish [...
youngster 22 15 a young person [n -S...
zanamivir 21 26 a drug used in the t...
zeitgeber 21 23 (German) an environm...
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