6 letter words that end with S

6 letter words that end with S

6 letter S word

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aaliis 11 7 AALII, (Hawaiian) a...
aartis 10 6 AARTI, (Hindi) an In...
abacas 14 12 ABACA, a Philippine...
abacus 15 13 a counting frame usi...
abakas 12 13 ABAKA, (Tagalog) the...
abamps 15 15 ABAMP, short for ABA...
abands 11 11 ABAND, (Spenser) to...
abases 11 9 ABASE, to lower in r...
abates 11 9 ABATE, to reduce in...
abatis 12 9 a barrier made of fe...
abayas 17 11 ABAYA, a Syrian clot...
abbess 14 12 a female abbot, head...
abbeys 20 14 ABBEY, a building in...
abbots 14 12 ABBOT, the superior...
abcees 14 12 ABCEE, the alphabet,...
abdabs 14 13 (slang) a state of e...
abears 11 9 ABEAR, to bear; to b...
abeles 12 10 ABELE, the white pop...
abhors 14 11 ABHOR, to loathe, ha...
abides 12 10 ABIDE, to wait for;...
ablets 13 10 ABLET, a small fresh...
ablins 13 11 (dialect) perhaps, a...
abmhos 15 14 ABMHO, a unit of ele...
abodes 11 10 ABODE, to presage, f...
abohms 15 14 ABOHM, a unit of ele...
abomas 12 12 ABOMA, a South Ameri...
abords 12 10 ABORD, (archaic) to...
aborts 12 9 ABORT, to bring fort...
abouts 12 10 (Spenser) about [pre...
aboves 13 13 ABOVE, the upper par...
abrays 18 11 ABRAY, (Spenser) to...
abrins 12 10 ABRIN, a poisonous p...
abseys 18 11 ABSEY, (obsolete) th...
absits 13 9 ABSIT, (Latin) a stu...
abunas 11 11 ABUNA, (Amharic) an...
abuses 12 10 ABUSE, to revile or...
abysms 20 14 ABYSM, (archaic) an...
acarus 13 10 a mite, a kind of sm...
acates 12 9 (obsolete) things pu...
access 16 12 approach, admittance...
accoys 22 14 ACCOY, (Spenser) to...
achars 15 11 ACHAR, a spicy pickl...
achoos 14 11 ACHOO, an imitation...
acinus 13 11 a small sacklike div...
ackees 13 13 ACKEE, (Kru) a small...
ackers 14 13 ACKER, (Australian s...
acorns 12 10 ACORN, the fruit of...
acquis 22 19 (French) a particula...
across 13 9 from one side to the...
actins 13 10 ACTIN, a protein fou...
actons 12 10 ACTON, a stuffed jac...
actors 13 9 ACTOR, a theatrical...
acutes 13 10 ACUTE, a type of acc...
adages 10 9 ADAGE, a proverb, a...
adapts 12 10 ADAPT, to make suita...
adbots 12 10 ADBOT, a specialized...
adders 10 8 ADDER, a venomous sn...
addies 10 8 ADDY, (slang) an ema...
addios 10 8 ADDIO, (Italian) goo...
addles 11 9 ADDLE, to confuse [v...
adeems 10 10 ADEEM, to cancel a b...
adepts 12 10 ADEPT, an expert [n]
adhans 11 10 ADHAN, the Muslim ca...
adieus 10 8 ADIEU, (French) a fa...
admass 11 10 the mass audience of...
admins 11 11 ADMIN, (short for) a...
admits 12 10 ADMIT, to allow to e...
adobes 11 10 ADOBE, (Arabic) an u...
adobos 11 10 ADOBO, (Spanish) a P...
adonis 9 8 a handsome young man...
adoors 9 7 (obsolete) at the do...
adopts 12 10 ADOPT, to take as on...
adores 9 7 ADORE, to love deepl...
adorns 9 8 ADORN, to embellish...
adukis 12 12 ADUKI, (Japanese) a...
adults 12 9 ADULT, a fully devel...
adusts 11 8 ADUST, (Milton) to s...
advews 15 14 ADVEW, (Spenser) to...
aeneus 8 8 (Latin) of a shining...
aeries 9 6 AERIE, the nest of a...
aesces 12 9 AESC, (Old English)...
afaras 11 9 AFARA, (Yoruba) a ty...
afears 11 9 AFEAR, (Spenser) to...
affies 14 12 AFFY, (obsolete) to...
afrits 13 9 AFRIT, an evil spiri...
afters 12 9 the latter part of a...
agamas 11 11 AGAMA, a tropical li...
agamis 12 11 AGAMI, a crane-like...
agapes 12 11 AGAPE, a love feast...
agasts 11 8 AGAST, (Milton) to t...
agates 10 8 AGATE, a variety of...
agaves 12 12 AGAVE, any of numero...
agenes 9 9 AGENE, a chemical co...
agents 10 9 AGENT, to act for an...
aggers 12 10 AGGER, (historical)...
aggies 12 10 AGGIE, a type of pla...
aggros 12 10 AGGRO, (short for) a...
agilas 12 9 AGILA, (Tamil) the w...
agings 12 11 AGING, the process o...
agisms 13 11 AGISM, discriminatio...
agists 12 8 AGIST, to admit (liv...
agitas 11 8 AGITA, a feeling of...
aglets 12 9 AGLET, a metal sheat...
agloos 11 9 AGLOO, (Inuit) a hol...
agoges 11 10 AGOGE, (Greek) in Gr...
agones 9 9 AGON, the dramatic c...
agoras 10 8 AGORA, a market-plac...
agrees 10 8 AGREE, to have the s...
agrias 11 8 AGRIA, a skin condit...
agrins 11 9 AGRIN, a proteoglyca...
agutis 12 9 AGUTI, a burrowing S...
aholds 13 10 near the wind; as, t...
ahurus 13 10 AHURU, (Maori) a sma...
aiders 10 7 AIDER, one who aids...
aimers 11 9 AIMER, one who aims...
aingas 10 9 AINGA, (Samoan) a la...
aiolis 11 7 AIOLI, (French) a ga...
airbus 13 10 (tradename) an aerop...
airers 10 6 AIRER, a frame on wh...
airths 13 8 AIRTH, (Scots) to gu...
aisles 11 7 AISLE, a passage bet...
aivers 12 10 AIVER, (Scots) a dra...
aizles 14 16 AIZLE, (Scots) hot a...
ajivas 14 19 AJIVA, (Sanskrit) in...
ajugas 13 18 AJUGA, a genus of pl...
ajwans 14 19 AJWAN, the fruit of...
akelas 11 11 AKELA, a leader of a...
akenes 9 11 AKENE, a dry one-see...
akitas 11 10 AKITA, (Japanese) a...
alaaps 12 10 ALAAP, (Sanskrit) in...
alamos 11 10 ALAMO, (Spanish) a k...
alands 10 9 ALAND, a large hunti...
alangs 11 10 ALANG, (Malay) a coa...
alants 10 8 ALANT, a large hunti...
alapas 12 10 ALAPA, (Sanskrit) in...
alarms 12 10 ALARM, to strike wit...
alates 10 7 ALATE, a winged inse...
albums 15 14 ALBUM, a book for st...
alcids 15 11 ALCID, a diving sea...
aldeas 10 8 ALDEA, (Spanish) a s...
alders 11 8 ALDER, any tree of t...
aldols 12 9 ALDOL, a chemical co...
alecks 15 14 ALECK, an irritating...
alephs 15 12 ALEPH, (Hebrew) the...
alerts 11 7 ALERT, to warn [v]
aleyes 16 9 ALEYE, to quell, als...
algins 12 10 ALGIN, sodium algina...
algors 12 9 ALGOR, coldness; a s...
algums 14 13 ALGUM, (Hebrew) a wo...
alibis 14 10 ALIBI, to give an al...
aliens 10 8 ALIEN, to alienate [...
aligns 12 10 ALIGN, to arrange in...
alines 10 8 ALINE, to arrange in...
aliyas 17 9 ALIYA, the immigrati...
aliyos 17 9 ALIYA, the immigrati...
alkies 12 11 ALKIE, an alcoholic,...
alkyds 19 14 ALKYD, any of a grou...
alkyls 20 14 ALKYL, any radical d...
allays 18 10 ALLAY, to reduce in...
allees 11 8 ALLEE, (French) an a...
allels 13 9 ALLEL, (short for) a...
alleys 18 10 ALLEY, a narrow pass...
allies 12 8 ALLY, to join by mar...
allods 12 9 ALLOD, an estate hel...
allons 11 9 (French) let's go [i...
allots 12 8 ALLOT, to give as a...
allows 15 11 ALLOW, to put no obs...
alloys 18 10 ALLOY, to combine a...
allyls 20 11 ALLYL, an organic ra...
almahs 14 12 ALMAH, an Egyptian g...
almehs 14 12 ALMEH, an Egyptian g...
almous 12 11 alms, also AWMOUS [n...
almuds 13 12 ALMUD, a Spanish uni...
almugs 14 13 ALMUG, a precious wo...
alohas 12 9 ALOHA, (Hawaiian) a...
aloins 10 8 ALOIN, a kind of lax...
alphas 15 12 ALPHA, a Greek lette...
altars 11 7 ALTAR, a raised stru...
alters 11 7 ALTER, to make diffe...
alulas 12 9 ALULA, one of three...
alures 11 8 ALURE, (obsolete) a...
alvars 13 11 ALVAR, (Swedish) an...
always 20 12 every time [adv]
amates 10 9 AMATE, (archaic) to...
amauts 11 10 AMAUT, (Inuit) a hoo...
amazes 13 18 AMAZE, to overwhelm...
ambans 12 13 AMBAN, (Chinese) a C...
ambers 13 12 AMBER, a fossil resi...
ambits 14 12 AMBIT, a circuit, co...
ambles 14 13 AMBLE, to saunter [v...
amebas 12 12 AMEBA, a one-celled...
ameers 10 9 AMEER, a Muslim gove...
amends 10 11 AMEND, to correct, i...
aments 10 10 AMENT, a mentally de...
amices 14 12 AMICE, a furred hood...
amicus 15 13 (Latin) a legal expe...
amides 11 10 AMIDE, a compound fo...
amigas 12 11 AMIGA, (Spanish) a (...
amigos 12 11 AMIGO, (Spanish) a (...
amines 10 10 AMINE, a compound de...
aminos 10 10 AMINO, a compound co...
amises 11 9 AMIS, a clerical gar...
ammans 11 13 AMMAN, (German) in G...
ammons 11 13 AMMON, the Asian wil...
amnios 10 10 AMNIO, (short for) a...
amoles 11 10 AMOLE, a plant root...
amours 11 10 AMOUR, (French) a lo...
amoves 12 13 AMOVE, (obsolete) to...
amowts 14 12 AMOWT, (Inuit) a hoo...
ampuls 15 14 AMPUL, a small seale...
amrits 12 9 AMRIT, (Punjabi) a s...
amucks 16 17 AMUCK, a murderous f...
amuses 11 10 AMUSE, to entertain...
anabas 10 10 a genus of fishes, r...
ananas 7 8 a pineapple, also AN...
anatas 8 7 ANATA, (Sanskrit) th...
anchos 14 12 ANCHO, a type of dri...
ancles 13 11 ANCLE, (archaic) ank...
andros 9 8 ANDRO, a type of sex...
anears 8 7 ANEAR, (archaic) to...
aneles 9 8 ANELE, to anoint wit...
angels 11 10 ANGEL, to support fi...
angers 10 9 ANGER, to make angry...
angles 11 10 ANGLE, to with hook...
anglos 11 10 ANGLO, a white inhab...
angsts 11 9 ANGST, (German) a fe...
animas 10 10 ANIMA, (Latin) the s...
animes 10 10 ANIME, the resin of...
animis 11 10 ANIMI, the resin of...
animus 11 11 (Latin) a usually pr...
anions 8 8 ANION, an ion with a...
anises 9 7 ANISE, an annual Med...
ankers 10 11 ANKER, an old wine m...
ankles 11 12 ANKLE, to walk [v]
annals 9 9 ANNAL, a record of a...
annats 8 8 ANNAT, (Scots) the h...
annoys 14 10 ANNOY, to be trouble...
annuls 10 10 ANNUL, to declare vo...
anodes 8 8 ANODE, a positively...
anoles 9 8 ANOLE, a tropical li...
antars 9 7 ANTAR, (Shakespeare)...
antics 13 10 ANTIC, to act in a c...
antres 9 7 ANTRE, (Shakespeare)...
anuses 9 8 ANUS, the opening at...
anvils 13 12 ANVIL, to shape on a...
anyons 14 10 ANYON, an elementary...
aortas 9 6 AORTA, the main bloo...
apexes 17 16 APEX, the topmost po...
aphids 15 12 APHID, a plant-louse...
apices 15 12 APEX, the topmost po...
apiols 13 10 APIOL, an oily liqui...
apisms 14 12 APISM, the state of...
apneas 10 10 APNEA, a temporary c...
apodes 11 10 APODE, an animal wit...
appals 15 13 APPAL, to horrify, a...
appays 20 14 APPAY, to satisfy, a...
appels 15 13 APPEL, (French) in f...
apples 15 13 APPLE, the firm roun...
appros 14 12 APPRO, (colloquial)...
appuis 15 13 APPUI, to give milit...
appuys 21 15 APPUY, to give milit...
aprons 11 10 APRON, to cover with...
arabas 11 9 ARABA, a heavy wagon...
arabis 12 9 (Latin) any member o...
arames 10 9 ARAME, (Japanese) a...
arbors 12 9 ARBOR, a shady garde...
arches 15 11 ARCH, to bend like a...
ardebs 12 10 ARDEB, an Egyptian m...
ardors 10 7 ARDOR, (US) passion...
ardris 11 7 ARDRI, (Irish) a tit...
areads 9 7 AREAD, (Spenser) to...
arears 9 6 AREAR, an unpaid and...
arecas 12 9 ARECA, a tree of the...
aredes 9 7 AREDE, to declare, a...
arenas 8 7 ARENA, any sphere of...
arenes 8 7 ARENE, an aromatic h...
arepas 11 9 AREPA, (Spanish) a u...
aretes 9 6 ARETE, a sharp mount...
aretts 10 6 ARETT, (obsolete) to...
argals 12 9 ARGAL, a hard crust...
argans 10 9 ARGAN, (Arabic) a Mo...
argils 13 9 ARGIL, a potter's cl...
argles 12 9 ARGLE, to argue [v]
argols 12 9 ARGOL, a hard crust...
argons 10 9 ARGON, an inert gase...
argots 11 8 ARGOT, (French) an o...
argues 11 9 ARGUE, to discuss wi...
arhats 12 8 ARHAT, (Sanskrit) a...
ariels 11 7 ARIEL, a kind of mou...
arikis 12 10 ARIKI, (Maori) the f...
arises 10 6 ARISE, to come up [v...
armers 11 9 ARMER, one who arms...
armets 11 9 ARMET, a kind of med...
armies 11 9 ARMY, a large body o...
armils 13 10 ARMIL, a bracelet, a...
armors 11 9 ARMOR, (US) to dress...
arnuts 10 8 ARNUT, the earthnut,...
arobas 11 9 AROBA, a heavy scree...
arohas 11 8 AROHA, (Maori) love,...
aroids 10 7 AROID, any plant of...
aromas 10 9 AROMA, a distinctive...
arpens 11 10 ARPEN, a old French...
arrays 16 8 ARRAY, to place in o...
arrets 10 6 ARRET, (French) a de...
arrows 13 9 ARROW, to indicate t...
arsons 9 7 ARSON, the malicious...
artels 11 7 ARTEL, (Russian) a R...
artics 14 9 ARTIC, (short for) a...
arties 10 6 ARTY, an artistic pe...
aruhes 12 9 ARUHE, (Maori) the e...
arvees 11 10 ARVEE, (short for) r...
asanas 8 7 ASANA, (Sanskrit) a...
ascons 12 10 ASCON, a type of spo...
ascots 13 9 ASCOT, a type of nec...
asdics 14 10 ASDIC, an apparatus...
ashets 12 8 ASHET, (Scots) a lar...
asides 10 7 ASIDE, a comment by...
askers 11 10 ASKER, one who asks...
aspens 11 10 ASPEN, the trembling...
aspers 12 9 ASPER, a Turkish mon...
aspics 16 12 ASPIC, a clear savou...
aspros 12 9 ASPRO, (Australian s...
assais 10 6 ASSAI, (Tupi) a berr...
assams 11 9 ASSAM, (Malay) in Ma...
assays 16 8 ASSAY, to put to the...
assess 10 6 to estimate the valu...
assets 10 6 ASSET, an item of wo...
assots 10 6 ASSOT, to make a foo...
asters 10 6 ASTER, a plant of th...
astuns 10 8 ASTUN, (obsolete) to...
asuras 10 7 ASURA, (Sanskrit) a...
atigis 12 8 ATIGI, (Inuit) a kin...
atmans 10 10 ATMAN, (Hindi) the e...
atokes 10 10 ATOKE, a sexless par...
atolls 12 8 ATOLL, a coral islan...
atones 8 7 ATONE, to make amend...
attaps 12 9 ATTAP, the nipa palm...
attars 10 6 ATTAR, a fragrant es...
attics 14 9 ATTIC, a room in the...
auceps 15 13 (Latin) a hawker or...
audads 10 9 AUDAD, a North Afric...
audios 10 8 AUDIO, reproduction...
audits 11 8 AUDIT, to examine ac...
augers 11 9 AUGER, a kind of bor...
aughts 14 11 AUGHT, anything, als...
augurs 12 10 AUGUR, to foretell f...
aumils 13 11 AUMIL, a factor or m...
aureus 10 8 a gold coin of ancie...
aurous 10 8 containing univalent...
aurums 12 11 AURUM, (Latin) gold...
auxins 16 15 AUXIN, a substance i...
avails 13 11 AVAIL, to be of use...
avales 12 11 AVALE, (obsolete) to...
averts 12 10 AVERT, to ward off [...
avians 11 11 AVIAN, a bird [n]
avions 11 11 AVION, (French) an a...
avises 12 10 AVISE, to advise, al...
avisos 12 10 AVISO, (Spanish) a b...
avizes 15 19 AVIZE, to advise, al...
avoids 12 11 AVOID, to evade [v]
avyzes 21 21 AVYZE, to advise, al...
awaits 13 9 AWAIT, to wait for [...
awakes 13 13 AWAKE, to rouse from...
awards 13 10 AWARD, to grant as m...
awarns 12 10 AWARN, (Spenser) to...
awatos 12 9 AWATO, (Maori) the s...
awayes 18 11 (Spenser) away [adv]
awetos 12 9 AWETO, a wormlike fu...
awless 14 10 without awe, also AW...
awmous 14 13 (Scots) alms, also A...
awners 12 10 AWNER, a machine for...
axioms 17 16 AXIOM, a self-eviden...
axions 15 14 AXION, a hypothetica...
axises 16 13 AXIS, the imaginary...
axites 16 13 AXITE, a fibre of an...
axoids 16 14 AXOID, a curve gener...
axones 14 14 AXONE, a nerve fibre...
ayayas 21 10 AYAYA, (Inuit) a typ...
ayries 16 8 AYRIE, the nest of a...
azides 13 16 AZIDE, a salt of hyd...
azines 12 16 AZINE, a type of nit...
azlons 13 17 AZLON, a textile fib...
azoles 13 16 AZOLE, any of variou...
azotes 12 15 AZOTE, an old name f...
azoths 15 17 AZOTH, an alchemist'...
azukis 15 20 AZUKI, (Japanese) a...
azures 13 16 AZURE, a delicate bl...
azygos 20 19 an unpaired structur...
azymes 20 20 AZYME, unleavened br...
baases 11 9 BAAS, (Afrikaans) a...
babels 15 13 BABEL, a confused so...
babies 14 12 BABY, to treat like...
babkas 15 16 BABKA, (Polish) a ki...
baboos 13 12 BABOO, (Hindi) a nat...
babuls 16 14 BABUL, (Hindi) a spe...
baccas 18 15 BACCA, a botanical n...
baccos 18 15 BACCO, (short for) t...
bachas 17 14 BACHA, (Hinglish) in...
baches 17 14 BACH, to live as a b...
bacons 14 13 BACON, cured and sal...
badass 12 10 a difficult person [...
badges 13 12 BADGE, to supply wit...
bagass 13 11 dry refuse in sugar-...
bagels 14 12 BAGEL, (Yiddish) a h...
bagies 13 11 BAGIE, (Northumbrian...
bahuts 15 12 BAHUT, (French) an o...
bairns 12 10 BAIRN, (Scots) a chi...
baisas 12 9 BAISA, (Arabic) a un...
baizas 15 18 BAIZA, (Arabic) a mo...
baizes 15 18 BAIZE, to cover with...
bajans 13 19 BAJAN, (Scots) a fre...
bajras 14 18 BAJRA, (Hindi) in th...
bajris 15 18 BAJRI, (Hindi) in th...
bakers 13 13 BAKER, one that bake...
bakras 13 13 BAKRA, (Caribbean) a...
balers 13 10 BALER, one who bales...
baloos 12 10 BALOO, (Hindi) a bea...
balsas 13 10 BALSA, a tropical Am...
baltis 14 10 BALTI, (Urdu) a spic...
baluns 13 12 BALUN, a device for...
bambis 16 15 BAMBI, (colloquial)...
banaks 12 14 BANAK, (Honduran) a...
bancos 14 13 BANCO, the standard...
bandas 11 11 BANDA, in Africa, a...
bandhs 14 13 BANDH, (Hindi) in In...
banias 11 10 BANIA, an Indian fig...
banjos 13 19 BANJO, a stringed mu...
bantus 12 11 BANTU, a group of Af...
banyas 17 12 BANYA, a Russian sau...
barbes 14 12 BARBE, a medieval cl...
barcas 15 12 BARCA, (Italian) a b...
bardes 12 10 BARDE, to cover a ho...
bardos 12 10 BARDO, in Tibetan Bu...
barfis 15 12 BARFI, (Hindi) an In...
barges 13 11 BARGE, to push one's...
barons 11 10 BARON, a lower membe...
barras 12 9 BARRA, (Australian s...
barres 12 9 BARRE, to execute ba...
baryes 18 11 BARYE, a unit of pre...
basans 11 10 BASAN, a sheepskin r...
bashes 14 11 BASH, to strike [v]
basics 16 12 BASIC, a fundamental...
basils 14 10 BASIL, an aromatic h...
basins 12 10 BASIN, a wide dish,...
basons 11 10 BASON, (archaic) a b...
basses 12 9 BASS, the lowest par...
bassos 12 9 BASSO, a low-pitched...
bastes 12 9 BASTE, to keep (meat...
bastis 13 9 BASTI, (India) a slu...
bastos 12 9 BASTO, the ace of cl...
bathes 14 11 BATHE, to wash by im...
bathos 14 11 the appearance of th...
batiks 14 13 BATIK, to produce ba...
batons 11 10 BATON, to strike wit...
battas 12 9 BATTA, extra pay; es...
baulks 15 15 BAULK, to refrain fr...
bavins 14 14 BAVIN [n]
bayles 19 12 BAYLE, a pole, a bar...
bayous 18 12 BAYOU, a marshy offs...
bazars 15 18 BAZAR, an Eastern ma...
bazoos 14 18 BAZOO, (US slang) th...
bazzes 18 27 BAZZ, to throw (as a...
beanos 10 10 BEANO, (slang) a fea...
beards 12 10 BEARD, to oppose wit...
beares 11 9 BEARE [v]
beasts 12 9 BEAST, to punish or...
beaths 14 11 BEATH, (Spenser) to...
beauts 12 10 BEAUT, (colloquial)...
bebops 16 15 BEBOP, to play a sty...
becaps 17 15 BECAP, to put a cap...
beckes 16 16 BECKE, (Spenser) a b...
bedels 13 11 BEDEL, (obsolete) a...
bedews 15 13 BEDEW, to cover with...
bedims 14 13 BEDIM, to make dim [...
bedyes 18 12 BEDYE, to dye or sta...
beeves 13 13 BEEF, the flesh of d...
befits 15 12 BEFIT, to be suitabl...
befogs 15 14 BEFOG, to fog up, ob...
begars 13 11 BEGAR, forced labour...
begems 14 14 BEGEM, to adorn with...
begets 13 11 BEGET, to cause to e...
begins 13 12 BEGIN, to start [v]
begoes 12 11 BEGO, to beset [v]
begums 15 15 BEGUM, a high rankin...
beiges 13 11 BEIGE, a woollen fab...
beings 13 12 BEING, something tha...
bekahs 15 15 BEKAH, (Hebrew) half...
bekiss 14 13 to cover with kisses...
belahs 15 12 BELAH, (Native Austr...
belars 13 10 BELAR, an Australian...
belays 19 12 BELAY, to fasten a r...
belees 12 10 BELEE, to put on the...
belgas 14 12 BELGA, a former curr...
belies 13 10 BELIE, to misreprese...
belles 14 11 BELLE, a young lady...
belons 12 11 BELON, a type of oys...
belows 16 13 BELOW, the lower par...
bemads 13 13 BEMAD, (archaic) to...
bemuds 14 14 BEMUD, (archaic) to...
bendys 18 13 BENDY, a tropical pl...
benets 11 10 BENET, to catch in a...
bengas 12 12 BENGA, a form of Ken...
benjes 13 19 BENJ, cannabis, Indi...
bennes 10 11 BENNE, the sesame pl...
bennis 11 11 BENNI, the sesame pl...
bentos 11 10 BENTO, a Japanese me...
bepats 14 12 BEPAT, to pat often...
berays 18 11 BERAY, (obsolete) to...
berets 12 9 BERET, a flat round...
bermes 13 12 BERME, a narrow shel...
berobs 14 12 BEROB, (Spenser) to...
berths 15 11 BERTH, to moor a shi...
beryls 20 12 BERYL, a semipreciou...
besees 11 9 BESEE, (obsolete) to...
besets 12 9 BESET, to assail [v]
besits 13 9 BESIT, (archaic) to...
besoms 13 12 BESOM, to sweep with...
besots 12 9 BESOT, to infatuate...
bestis 13 9 BESTI, (Hinglish) in...
betels 13 10 BETEL, the leaf of t...
betons 11 10 BETON, lime concrete...
betoss 12 9 (Shakespeare) to agi...
bettas 12 9 BETTA, a strikingly-...
bevels 15 14 BEVEL, to cut at an...
bevers 14 13 BEVER [n]
bevies 14 13 BEVY, a group, esp....
bevors 14 13 BEVOR, armour for th...
bevues 14 14 BEVUE, (French) a bl...
bewets 15 12 BEWET, to make wet [...
bewigs 17 14 BEWIG, to dress in a...
bezels 16 19 BEZEL, the oblique s...
bezils 17 19 BEZIL, the oblique s...
bhajis 17 20 BHAJI, (Hindi) in In...
bhangs 15 14 BHANG, (Urdu) cannab...
bhoots 14 11 BHOOT, a small whirl...
bhunas 14 13 BHUNA, (Urdu) an Ind...
bialis 14 10 BIALI, an onion roll...
bialys 20 12 BIALY, an onion roll...
biases 12 9 BIAS, to cause to in...
bibles 16 13 BIBLE, an authoritat...
biceps 18 15 the two-headed muscl...
biders 13 10 BIDER, one who bides...
bidets 13 10 BIDET, (French) a sh...
bidons 12 11 BIDON, a container f...
bields 14 11 BIELD, (Scots) to gi...
biffos 17 15 BIFFO, (Australian s...
bighas 16 13 BIGHA, an Indian lan...
bights 17 13 BIGHT, to fasten wit...
bigots 14 11 BIGOT, a prejudiced...
bijous 15 19 BIJOU, (French) a tr...
bikers 14 13 BIKER, one who rides...
bikies 14 13 BIKIE, (Australian s...
bilbos 16 13 BILBO, a rapier, als...
bilges 15 12 BILGE, to spring a l...
bimahs 16 14 BIMAH, (Hebrew) a ra...
bimbos 16 15 BIMBO, a woman who i...
bindis 13 11 BINDI, (Hindi) a dot...
biners 12 10 BINER, (short for) k...
binges 13 12 BINGE, to eat or dri...
bingos 13 12 BINGO, a lottery-typ...
binits 13 10 BINIT, a unit of com...
binocs 15 13 (short for) binocula...
biogas 13 11 gas obtained by bioc...
biomes 13 12 BIOME, an extensive...
bionts 12 10 BIONT, a physiologic...
biotas 12 9 BIOTA, the flora and...
bipeds 15 13 BIPED, an animal wit...
bipods 15 13 BIPOD, a two-legged...
birles 14 10 BIRLE, to carouse, a...
birses 13 9 BIRSE [n]
births 16 11 BIRTH, to originate...
bishes 15 11 BISH, a mistake, a b...
bisoms 14 12 BISOM, a term of rep...
bisons 12 10 BISON, either of two...
biters 13 9 BITER, that which bi...
bizzes 19 27 BIZ, (slang) busines...
bizzos 19 27 BIZZO, (Australian s...
blacks 18 17 BLACK, to blacken [v...
blades 13 11 BLADE, the cutting p...
blaffs 18 16 BLAFF, to bark [v]
blains 13 11 BLAIN, a blister [n]
blames 14 13 BLAME, to find fault...
blands 13 12 BLAND, to become bla...
blanks 14 15 BLANK, to delete [v]
blares 13 10 BLARE, to sound loud...
blarts 14 10 BLART, to shout loud...
blasts 14 10 BLAST, to use explos...
blates 13 10 BLATE, to babble [v]
blatts 14 10 BLATT, (slang) a new...
blauds 14 12 BLAUD, to strike, di...
blazes 16 19 BLAZE, to burn with...
bleaks 14 14 BLEAK, a freshwater...
blears 13 10 BLEAR, to make blear...
bleats 13 10 BLEAT, to cry like a...
bleeds 13 11 BLEED, to lose blood...
bleeps 15 13 BLEEP, to emit a sho...
blends 13 12 BLEND, to mix togeth...
blerts 14 10 BLERT, (colloquial)...
blimps 18 16 BLIMP [n]
blinds 14 12 BLIND, to make sight...
blings 15 13 BLING [n]
blinis 14 11 BLINI, a small buckw...
blinks 15 15 BLINK, to open and s...
blites 14 10 BLITE, a genus of he...
bloats 13 10 BLOAT, to swell [v]
blocks 18 17 BLOCK, to obstruct [...
blokes 14 14 BLOKE, a fellow [n]
blonds 13 12 BLOND, a fair comple...
bloods 13 11 BLOOD, to stain with...
blooks 14 14 BLOOK, a book serial...
blooms 14 13 BLOOM, to bear flowe...
bloops 15 13 BLOOP, in baseball,...
blores 13 10 BLORE, (archaic) a v...
bludes 14 12 BLUDE, (Scots) blood...
bluets 14 11 BLUET, a meadow flow...
blueys 20 13 BLUEY, a swagman's b...
bluffs 19 17 BLUFF, to deceive [v...
bluids 15 12 BLUID, (Scots) blood...
blumes 15 14 BLUME, to blossom [v...
blunks 15 16 BLUNK, (Scots) to sp...
blunts 14 12 BLUNT, to make blunt...
blurbs 17 14 BLURB, to praise in...
blurts 15 11 BLURT, to utter unad...
blypes 22 15 BLYPE, (Scots) a pie...
boards 12 10 BOARD, to supply foo...
boarts 12 9 BOART, diamond dust...
boasts 12 9 BOAST, to brag [v]
bobacs 17 15 BOBAC, a type of mar...
bobaks 15 16 BOBAK, a type of mar...
bobols 15 13 BOBOL, to commit a t...
boccas 18 15 BOCCA, (Italian) a m...
bocces 18 15 BOCCE, an Italian bo...
boccis 19 15 BOCCI, an Italian bo...
boches 17 14 BOCHE, an offensive...
bodges 13 12 BODGE, to patch up [...
bodies 12 10 BODY, to give form t...
bodles 13 11 BODLE, a former Scot...
boeufs 14 13 BOEUF, (French) beef...
boffos 16 15 BOFFO, a hearty laug...
bogans 12 12 BOGAN, (Native Ameri...
bogeys 19 13 BOGEY, to shoot one...
bogies 13 11 BOGIE, (Australian s...
bogles 14 12 BOGLE, to perform th...
bogues 13 12 BOGUE, a Mediterrane...
boheas 13 11 BOHEA, (Chinese) an...
boings 13 12 BOING, to reverberat...
boinks 13 14 BOINK, to reverberat...
boites 12 9 BOITE, (French) a ni...
bombes 15 15 BOMBE, (French) a de...
bombos 15 15 BOMBO, (Australian s...
bonces 14 13 BONCE, a large marbl...
boners 11 10 BONER, (US slang) a...
bongos 12 12 BONGO, a kind of ant...
bonnes 10 11 BONNE, (French) a Fr...
bonzes 14 19 BONZE, (Japanese) a...
booais 11 9 BOOAI, a remote rura...
booays 17 11 BOOAY, a remote rura...
boongs 12 12 BOONG, (offensive) a...
boords 12 10 BOORD, (Spenser) boa...
booses 11 9 BOOSE, to drink exce...
boosts 12 9 BOOST, to support, i...
booths 14 11 BOOTH, a stall for t...
boozes 14 18 BOOZE, to drink exce...
boraks 13 13 BORAK, (Native Austr...
borals 13 10 BORAL, a mixture of...
bordes 12 10 BORDE, (obsolete) bo...
boreas 11 9 the north wind [n -E...
borees 11 9 BOREE, (Native Austr...
borels 13 10 BOREL, a boring tool...
borers 12 9 BORER, one that bore...
borgos 13 11 BORGO, (Italian) a m...
borons 11 10 BORON, a relatively...
boshes 14 11 BOSH, (colloquial) m...
bosies 12 9 BOSIE, a kind of del...
bosoms 13 12 BOSOM, to enclose in...
bosons 11 10 BOSON, any of a cert...
bosses 12 9 BOSS, to domineer ov...
bosuns 12 11 BOSUN, a ship's offi...
botels 13 10 BOTEL, a waterside h...
bottes 12 9 BOTTE, a thrust in f...
bouges 13 12 BOUGE, (Shakespeare)...
boughs 16 14 BOUGH, a tree branch...
boules 13 11 BOULE, (Greek) in an...
boults 14 11 BOULT, to sieve thro...
bounds 12 12 BOUND, to leap [v]
bourds 13 11 BOURD [n]
bourgs 14 12 BOURG, a market-town...
bourns 12 11 BOURN, a small strea...
bouses 12 10 BOUSE, to haul with...
bovids 15 14 BOVID, an animal of...
bowats 15 12 BOWAT, (Scots) a lan...
bowels 16 13 BOWEL, to take out t...
bowers 15 12 BOWER, to enclose in...
bowets 15 12 BOWET, (Scots) a lan...
bownes 14 13 BOWNE, to prepare, a...
bowses 15 12 BOWSE, to haul with...
boxers 18 16 BOXER, a person who...
boxlas 19 17 BOXLA, a form of ind...
boyars 18 11 BOYAR, (Russian) a m...
boylas 19 12 BOYLA, a witch docto...
braais 12 9 BRAAI, (South Africa...
braces 15 12 BRACE, to support [v...
brachs 18 14 BRACH, a female hunt...
bracks 17 16 BRACK, a flaw in clo...
bracts 16 12 BRACT, any reduced l...
braids 13 10 BRAID, to form into...
brails 14 10 BRAIL, to haul in a...
brains 12 10 BRAIN, to dash out t...
brakes 13 13 BRAKE, to slow down...
brames 13 12 BRAME, (Spenser) a f...
brands 12 11 BRAND, to mark with...
branes 11 10 BRANE, a multi-dimen...
branks 13 14 BRANK, (Scots) to pr...
brants 12 10 BRANT, a wild goose,...
brases 12 9 BRAS, (Spenser) bras...
brasts 13 9 BRAST, (dialect) to...
bravas 14 13 BRAVA, (Italian) a s...
braves 14 13 BRAVE, to face with...
bravos 14 13 BRAVO, to applaud by...
brawls 17 13 BRAWL, to fight rowd...
brawns 15 13 BRAWN, muscular stre...
brazas 15 18 BRAZA, a Spanish uni...
brazes 15 18 BRAZE, to solder wit...
breads 12 10 BREAD, to cover with...
breaks 13 13 BREAK, to shatter or...
breams 13 12 BREAM, to clean a sh...
bredes 12 10 BREDE, to braid, to...
breeds 12 10 BREED, to produce by...
breeks 13 13 breeches [n]
breers 12 9 BREER, to sprout abo...
breids 13 10 BREID, bread [n]
brents 12 10 BRENT, a wild goose,...
breres 12 9 BRERE, (Spenser) a b...
breves 14 13 BREVE, an obsolescen...
brevis 15 13 broth, esp. beef bro...
brewis 16 12 (archaic) broth, esp...
briars 13 9 BRIAR, a prickly bus...
bribes 15 12 BRIBE, to influence...
bricks 18 16 BRICK, to build with...
brides 13 10 BRIDE, to act the br...
briefs 15 12 BRIEF, to give instr...
briers 13 9 BRIER, a prickly shr...
brikis 15 13 BRIKI, the Greek nam...
brills 16 11 BRILL, a fish spotte...
brines 12 10 BRINE, to treat with...
brings 14 12 BRING, to take with...
brinks 14 14 BRINK, an extreme ed...
brises 13 9 BRISE, (French) a mo...
brisks 15 13 BRISK, to make quick...
briths 16 11 BRITH, (Hebrew) a Je...
britts 14 9 BRITT, a young herri...
brizes 16 18 BRIZE, furnace refus...
broads 12 10 BROAD, an expansion...
brochs 18 14 BROCH, to broach, to...
brocks 17 16 BROCK, a badger [n]
broghs 16 13 BROGH, a dry-built c...
broils 14 10 BROIL, to cook over...
brokes 13 13 BROKE, to act as a s...
bromes 13 12 BROME, a kind of gra...
bromos 13 12 BROMO, a medicinal c...
broncs 15 13 BRONC, a native or a...
bronds 12 11 BROND, (obsolete) a...
broods 12 10 BROOD, to ponder glo...
brooks 13 13 BROOK, to tolerate [...
brools 13 10 BROOL, a deep murmur...
brooms 13 12 BROOM, to sweep with...
broses 12 9 BROSE, (Scots) a dis...
broths 15 11 BROTH, a clear thin...
browns 15 13 BROWN, to make brown...
brughs 17 14 BRUGH, a borough [n]
bruins 13 11 BRUIN, a bear [n]
bruits 14 10 BRUIT, to spread by...
brules 14 11 BRULE, a mixed race...
brumes 14 13 BRUME, mist or fog [...
brunts 13 11 BRUNT, to bear the c...
brusts 14 10 BRUST, (Spenser) to...
brutes 13 10 BRUTE, to girdle or...
bruxes 19 17 BRUX, to grind teeth...
buazes 15 19 BUAZE, an African sh...
bubals 16 14 BUBAL, a large antel...
bubbas 17 16 BUBBA, (colloquial)...
bubbes 17 16 BUBBE, (Yiddish) a J...
bubkes 16 17 (Yiddish) a very sma...
bubkis 17 17 (Yiddish) a very sma...
buboes 14 13 BUBO, (Latin) an inf...
buchus 19 16 BUCHU, an African me...
buckos 17 17 BUCKO, a bully [n]
buckus 18 18 BUCKU, an African me...
budges 14 13 BUDGE, to move or st...
buffos 17 16 BUFFO, an operatic c...
bugles 15 13 BUGLE, to play a bra...
builds 15 12 BUILD, to construct...
buists 14 10 BUIST, to mark a she...
bulges 15 13 BULGE, to swell out...
bulses 14 11 BULSE, a small bag f...
bumbos 16 16 BUMBO, a drink mixed...
bumphs 19 18 BUMPH, toilet paper;...
bunces 15 14 BUNCE, to disguise p...
buncos 15 14 BUNCO, to practice s...
bundhs 15 14 BUNDH, (Hindi) in In...
bundts 13 12 BUNDT, a type of cak...
bundus 13 13 BUNDU, (Bantu) a rem...
bunias 12 11 BUNIA, (Hindi) an (I...
bunjes 14 20 BUNJE, a strong rubb...
bunkos 13 15 BUNKO, to practice a...
bunyas 18 13 BUNYA, (Native Austr...
bupkes 16 17 (Yiddish) a very sma...
bupkis 17 17 (Yiddish) a very sma...
bupkus 17 18 (Yiddish) a very sma...
burans 12 11 BURAN, (Russian) a v...
burets 13 10 BURET, a glass measu...
burfis 16 13 BURFI, (Hindi) an In...
burghs 17 14 BURGH, a borough or...
buries 13 10 BURY, to put in the...
burins 13 11 BURIN, an engraver's...
burkas 14 14 BURKA, a coverall wo...
burkes 14 14 BURKE, to murder by...
buroos 12 10 BUROO, (Scots) unemp...
burqas 21 19 BURQA, a coverall wo...
burros 13 10 BURRO, a small donke...
bursas 13 10 BURSA, a pouch or sa...
burses 13 10 BURSE, a square clot...
bursts 14 10 BURST, to break open...
bushes 15 12 BUSH, to cover with...
busies 13 10 BUSY, to occupy ones...
busses 13 10 BUSS, to kiss [v]
bussus 14 11 BUSSU, a tropical Am...
bustis 14 10 BUSTI, in India, a f...
buteos 12 10 BUTEO, a buzzard [n]
butles 14 11 BUTLE, to serve as a...
butohs 15 12 BUTOH, (Japanese) a...
buttes 13 10 BUTTE, an isolated h...
bututs 14 11 BUTUT, a monetary un...
butyls 21 13 BUTYL, a compound ra...
buyers 19 12 BUYER, one that buys...
buzzes 19 28 BUZZ, to make a vibr...
bwanas 14 13 BWANA, (Swahili) a m...
bwazis 19 21 BWAZI, an African sh...
bylaws 23 15 BYLAW, the law of a...
bypass 21 14 to avoid by going ar...
byssus 20 12 a filamentous tuft b...
byways 28 16 BYWAY, a side road [...
cabals 16 13 CABAL, to conspire [...
cabers 15 12 CABER, (Scots) a hea...
cabins 15 13 CABIN, to live in a...
cables 16 13 CABLE, to fasten wit...
cabobs 17 15 CABOB, to skewer [v]
cabocs 18 15 CABOC, (Scots) a dou...
cacaos 15 12 CACAO, a small everg...
caches 18 14 CACHE, to store in a...
cactus 17 13 a succulent plant of...
caddis 14 11 a coarse woollen bra...
cadees 12 10 CADEE, (Scots) a cad...
cadets 13 10 CADET, a student at...
cadges 14 12 CADGE, to get by beg...
cadies 13 10 CADIE, (Scots) a cad...
cadres 13 10 CADRE, (French) a pe...
cagers 14 11 CAGER, a basketball...
cagots 14 11 CAGOT, (French) one...
cahows 18 14 CAHOW, a large rare...
cairds 14 10 CAIRD, a travelling...
cairns 13 10 CAIRN, a mound of st...
calces 17 13 CALX, a mineral resi...
califs 17 13 CALIF, (Arabic) an E...
callas 15 11 CALLA, any of a genu...
callus 16 12 to form a hard growt...
calpas 16 13 CALPA, (Sanskrit) on...
calves 16 14 CALF [v]
calxes 20 17 CALX, a mineral resi...
camans 13 13 CAMAN, a club used i...
camass 14 12 (Native American) a...
camels 15 13 CAMEL, a large, hump...
cameos 13 12 CAMEO, to portray in...
campos 16 15 CAMPO, (Spanish) an...
campus 17 16 to restrict a studen...
canals 13 11 CANAL, to dig an art...
canehs 14 12 CANEH, a Hebrew meas...
caners 12 10 CANER, one who canes...
canids 13 11 CANID, a member of t...
cannas 11 11 CANNA, a tropical li...
canoes 11 10 CANOE, to paddle a s...
canons 11 11 CANON, a member of a...
cansos 12 10 CANSO, a love song [...
cantos 12 10 CANTO, a division of...
cantus 13 11 (Latin) a melody or...
canvas 14 14 to examine thoroughl...
capers 15 12 CAPER, to leap or sk...
capias 15 12 a writ authorizing t...
caples 16 13 CAPLE, a horse, also...
capons 14 13 CAPON, a castrated c...
capots 15 12 CAPOT, to win all th...
capris 16 12 women's tapering tro...
capuls 17 14 CAPUL, a horse, also...
caraps 15 12 CARAP, a South Ameri...
carats 13 9 CARAT, a unit of wei...
carbos 15 12 CARBO, (short for) c...
cardis 14 10 CARDI, (short for) a...
carers 13 9 CARER, one that care...
caress 13 9 to touch lovingly [v...
carets 13 9 CARET, a typographic...
cargos 14 11 CARGO, a load [n]
caries 13 9 tooth decay [n CARIE...
carles 14 10 CARLE, a rude, rusti...
carobs 15 12 CAROB, the sweet-fla...
carols 14 10 CAROL, to sing joyou...
caroms 14 12 CAROM, to collide wi...
carons 12 10 CARON, another name...
carpus 16 13 (Latin) the part of...
carses 13 9 CARSE, (Scots) alluv...
cartas 13 9 CARTA, a charter, al...
cartes 13 9 CARTE, (French) a bi...
carves 15 13 CARVE, to form by cu...
cascos 16 12 CASCO, a Philippine...
cashes 15 11 CASH, to convert int...
cassis 14 9 (French) a blackcurr...
castes 13 9 CASTE, a system of d...
caters 13 9 CATER, to provide fo...
caucus 17 14 to hold a political...
caulds 15 12 CAULD, cold [n]
caules 14 11 CAULIS, an herbaceou...
caulis 15 11 an herbaceous or woo...
caulks 16 15 CAULK, to make the s...
cauris 14 10 CAURI, a former mone...
causes 13 10 CAUSE, to bring abou...
cauves 15 14 CAUF, a coalminer's...
cavass 15 13 an armed attendant i...
cavels 16 14 CAVEL, (Scots) a pie...
cavers 15 13 CAVER, one who explo...
cavies 15 13 CAVY, a kind of Sout...
cavils 17 14 CAVIL, to raise triv...
caxons 18 17 CAXON, (historical)...
ceases 12 9 CEASE, to stop [v]
ceazes 15 18 CEAZE, (obsolete) to...
cebids 16 13 CEBID, one of a fami...
cecils 18 13 fried meatballs [n]
cedars 13 10 CEDAR, a large everg...
ceders 13 10 CEDER, one who cedes...
ceibas 15 12 CEIBA, a genus of tr...
ceilis 15 10 CEILI, (Gaelic) an i...
celebs 16 13 CELEB, (short for) a...
cellos 15 11 CELLO, a stringed mu...
celoms 15 13 CELOM, a body cavity...
censes 12 10 CENSE, to perfume wi...
census 13 11 to take an official...
centas 12 10 a monetary unit of L...
centos 12 10 CENTO, a literary wo...
ceorls 14 10 CEORL, in Anglo-Saxo...
cercis 17 12 any tree or shrub of...
cercus 17 13 a sensory appendage...
cereus 13 10 (Latin) a genus of p...
cerges 14 11 CERGE, a large wax c...
cerias 13 9 CERIA, cerium oxide...
cernes 12 10 CERNE, (Shakespeare)...
cerous 13 10 of or like cerium [a...
cerris 14 9 (Latin) a species of...
certes 13 9 (archaic) in truth;...
cesses 13 9 CESSE, (Spenser) to...
cestas 13 9 CESTA, (Spanish) a b...
cestos 13 9 a belt or girdle [n...
cestus 14 10 a hand covering for...
cetyls 21 12 CETYL, a univalent r...
cezves 18 22 CEZVE, a small metal...
chaces 18 14 CHACE, (obsolete) to...
chacks 20 18 CHACK, to pinch or n...
chacos 18 14 CHACO, (Hungarian) t...
chados 15 12 CHADO, (Japanese) a...
chafes 17 14 CHAFE, to warm by ru...
chaffs 20 17 CHAFF, to poke fun a...
chafts 18 14 CHAFT, (Scots) the j...
chains 15 12 CHAIN, to bind with...
chairs 16 11 CHAIR, to install in...
chalks 18 16 CHALK, to mark with...
champs 19 17 CHAMP, to chew noisi...
chanas 14 12 CHANA, in Indian coo...
changs 16 14 CHANG, a kind of cat...
chanks 16 16 CHANK, (Hindi) the s...
chants 15 12 CHANT, to recite in...
chapes 17 14 CHAPE, the plate of...
charas 15 11 (Hindi) the resinous...
chards 16 12 CHARD, the edible le...
chares 15 11 CHARE, to do odd job...
charks 17 15 CHARK, to burn wood...
charms 17 14 CHARM, to enchant [v...
charrs 16 11 CHARR, a small fish...
charts 16 11 CHART, to map out [v...
chases 15 11 CHASE, to pursue [v]
chasms 17 14 CHASM, a deep cleft...
chawks 20 18 CHAWK, (Cornish dial...
chayas 21 13 CHAYA, an Indian pla...
cheaps 17 14 CHEAP, to take a che...
cheats 15 11 CHEAT, to defraud [v...
checks 20 18 CHECK, to inspect [v...
cheeks 16 15 CHEEK, to speak impu...
cheeps 17 14 CHEEP, to chirp [v]
cheers 15 11 CHEER, to applaud wi...
chekas 16 15 CHEKA, (Russian) the...
chelas 16 12 CHELA, a pincerlike...
chelps 19 15 CHELP, (Northern Eng...
chemos 16 14 CHEMO, (short for) c...
cherts 16 11 CHERT, a microcrysta...
chests 16 11 CHEST, to hit a ball...
cheths 18 13 CHETH, (Hebrew) the...
chiaus 16 12 to cheat, swindle [v...
chicas 19 14 CHICA, an orange-red...
chicks 21 18 CHICK, a young bird...
chicos 19 14 CHICO, an orange-red...
chides 16 12 CHIDE, to scold [v]
chiefs 18 14 CHIEF, the highest i...
chiels 17 12 CHIEL, (Scots) a man...
childs 18 13 CHILD, to bring fort...
chiles 17 12 CHILE, the (dried) r...
chilis 18 12 CHILI, the (dried) r...
chills 19 13 CHILL, to make cold...
chimbs 20 17 CHIMB, the rim at th...
chimes 17 14 CHIME, to ring in ha...
chimps 20 17 CHIMP, (short for) a...
chinas 15 12 CHINA, fine porcelai...
chines 15 12 CHINE, to break the...
chings 17 14 CHING, a high-pitche...
chinks 17 16 CHINK, to fill up cr...
chinos 15 12 CHINO, (Spanish) a s...
chints 16 12 a glazed printed cot...
chirks 18 15 CHIRK, to squeak [v]
chirls 18 12 CHIRL, (Scots) to em...
chirms 18 14 CHIRM, to cry out, c...
chiros 16 11 CHIRO, (short for) c...
chirps 19 14 CHIRP, to utter a sh...
chirrs 17 11 CHIRR, to chirp like...
chirts 17 11 CHIRT, to squeeze, s...
chirus 17 12 CHIRU, (Tibetan) a T...
chives 18 15 CHIVE, to cut with a...
chocks 20 18 CHOCK, to secure wit...
chocos 18 14 CHOCO, (Australian s...
choils 17 12 CHOIL, the end of a...
choirs 16 11 CHOIR, to sing in ch...
chokes 16 15 CHOKE, to impede the...
chokos 16 15 CHOKO, the fruit of...
cholas 16 12 CHOLA, (Spanish) a M...
cholis 17 12 CHOLI, (Hindi) a sho...
cholos 16 12 CHOLO, a flashy Mexi...
chomps 19 17 CHOMP, to chew vigor...
choofs 17 14 CHOOF, (Australian s...
chooks 16 15 CHOOK, to make a sou...
chooms 16 14 CHOOM, (Australian s...
choons 14 12 CHOON, a piece of re...
chords 16 12 CHORD, to play a com...
chores 15 11 CHORE, to do small j...
chorus 16 12 to sing in unison [v...
choses 15 11 CHOSE, (French) in l...
chotts 16 11 CHOTT, (Arabic) a sh...
chouts 16 12 CHOUT, (Hindi) in In...
chowks 20 18 CHOWK, (Hindi) a mar...
chucks 21 19 CHUCK, to chuck [v]
chufas 18 15 CHUFA, a sedgelike p...
chuffs 21 18 CHUFF, to make a ser...
chumps 20 18 CHUMP, to munch [v]
chunks 17 17 CHUNK, to make a dul...
churls 18 13 CHURL, in Anglo-Saxo...
churns 16 13 CHURN, to agitate to...
churrs 17 12 CHURR, to make a vib...
chuses 16 12 CHUSE, (obsolete) to...
chutes 16 12 CHUTE, to convey by...
chyles 23 14 CHYLE, a milky fluid...
chymes 23 16 CHYME, semiliquid, p...
cibols 17 13 CIBOL, a variety of...
ciders 14 10 CIDER, an alcoholic...
cigars 15 11 CIGAR, a roll of tob...
cimars 15 12 CIMAR, (French) a lo...
cippus 19 16 (Latin) a small colu...
circus 18 13 a public entertainme...
cirrus 15 10 (Latin) a type of cl...
ciscos 17 12 CISCO, a North Ameri...
cissus 15 10 a genus of tropical...
cistus 15 10 (Greek) any plant of...
citals 15 10 CITAL, a summons to...
citers 14 9 CITER, one who cites...
citess 14 9 (archaic) one who is...
cities 14 9 CITY, a large town [...
citrus 15 10 a citron tree [n -ES...
civets 16 13 CIVET, any of severa...
civics 20 16 the science of civic...
civies 16 13 CIVIE, (short for) a...
civils 18 14 CIVIL, esp. in the n...
cizers 17 18 (Shakespeare) scisso...
clachs 20 15 CLACH [n]
clacks 19 17 CLACK, to make a noi...
clades 14 11 CLADE, a group of or...
claims 16 13 CLAIM, to demand as...
clames 15 13 CLAME, (Spenser) a c...
clamps 18 16 CLAMP, to fasten wit...
clangs 15 13 CLANG, to ring loudl...
clanks 15 15 CLANK, to rattle as...
claros 14 10 CLARO, a light-colou...
clarts 15 10 CLART, to dirty [v]
clasps 17 13 CLASP, to embrace ti...
clasts 15 10 CLAST, an individual...
clauts 15 11 CLAUT, (Scots) to sc...
claves 16 14 CLAVE, in plants, a...
clavis 17 14 (Latin) a key; hence...
clavus 17 15 a horny thickening o...
cleans 13 11 CLEAN, to rid of sta...
clears 14 10 CLEAR, to remove obs...
cleats 14 10 CLEAT, to strengthen...
clecks 19 17 CLECK, (Scots) to ha...
cleeks 15 14 CLEEK, to seize, hoo...
cleeps 16 13 CLEEP, (archaic) to...
clefts 17 13 CLEFT, to insert a s...
cleiks 16 14 CLEIK, a kind of gol...
clepes 16 13 CLEPE, (archaic) to...
clerks 16 14 CLERK, to serve as a...
cleves 16 14 CLEVE, (dialect) a c...
clevis 17 14 a U-shaped fastener...
clicks 20 17 CLICK, to make a sho...
cliffs 20 16 CLIFF, a high, steep...
clifts 18 13 CLIFT, a cliff [n]
climbs 19 16 CLIMB, to ascend [v]
climes 16 13 CLIME, the atmospher...
clines 14 11 CLINE, a gradual geo...
clings 16 13 CLING, to adhere to...
clinks 16 15 CLINK, to make a sho...
clints 15 11 CLINT, a block in a...
clipes 17 13 CLIPE, to tell tales...
cloaks 15 14 CLOAK, to clothe wit...
cloams 15 13 CLOAM, earthenware o...
clocks 19 17 CLOCK, to time with...
cloffs 19 16 CLOFF, (Scots) a cle...
clokes 15 14 CLOKE, to clothe wit...
clomps 18 16 CLOMP, to walk heavi...
clones 13 11 CLONE, to reproduce...
clonks 15 15 CLONK, to make a dul...
clonus 14 12 a form of muscular s...
cloops 16 13 CLOOP, the sound of...
cloots 14 10 CLOOT, a cloven hoof...
closes 14 10 CLOSE, to make impas...
clotes 14 10 CLOTE, the common bu...
cloths 17 12 CLOTH, fabric [n]
clouds 15 12 CLOUD, to make obscu...
clours 15 11 CLOUR, to knock or b...
clouts 15 11 CLOUT, to hit with t...
cloves 16 14 CLOVE, the flower-bu...
clovis 17 14 as in clovis point,...
clowns 17 14 CLOWN, to act like a...
cloyes 20 12 CLOYE, (Shakespeare)...
clozes 17 19 CLOZE, a type of edu...
clucks 20 18 CLUCK, to make the s...
clumps 19 17 CLUMP, to form into...
clunks 16 16 CLUNK, to make a dul...
clypes 23 15 CLYPE, to tell tales...
cnemis 14 13 the shin or tibia [n...
coacts 16 12 COACT, to act togeth...
coalas 13 10 COALA, an Australian...
coapts 15 12 COAPT, to fit togeth...
coarbs 15 12 COARB, (historical)...
coasts 13 9 COAST, to cycle with...
coates 12 9 COATE, to cite as ev...
coatis 13 9 COATI, a tropical Am...
coaxes 18 16 COAX, to cajole [v]
cobias 15 12 COBIA, a large game...
cobles 16 13 COBLE, (Welsh) a sho...
cobras 15 12 COBRA, a venomous sn...
cobzas 18 21 COBZA, a Romanian fo...
coccos 19 15 COCCO, the taro or o...
coccus 20 16 one of the separable...
coches 18 14 COCH, (Spenser) a co...
cocoas 15 12 COCOA, the seed of t...
codecs 16 13 CODEC, a piece of so...
codens 12 11 CODEN, a coding clas...
coders 13 10 CODER, one who write...
codons 12 11 CODON, a triplet of...
cogies 14 11 COGIE, (Scots) a sma...
cogons 13 12 COGON, a kind of fas...
cogues 14 12 COGUE, (Scots) a sma...
cohabs 17 14 COHAB, (short for) a...
cohens 14 12 COHEN, a member of t...
cohoes 14 11 COHOE, a Pacific sal...
cohogs 16 13 COHOG, (Native Ameri...
coigns 14 12 COIGN, to secure wit...
coitus 14 10 sexual intercourse,...
colbys 23 15 COLBY, a type of mil...
coleus 14 11 a plant of the Mint...
coleys 20 12 COLEY, an edible fis...
colics 18 13 COLIC, severe abdomi...
colies 14 10 COLY, an African bir...
colins 14 11 COLIN, the American...
cologs 15 12 COLOG, (short for) c...
colons 13 11 COLON, a section of...
colors 14 10 COLOR, (US) to paint...
colzas 17 19 COLZA, a variety of...
combes 16 15 COMBE, a narrow vall...
combis 17 15 COMBI, a vessel or v...
combos 16 15 COMBO, a small jazz...
comers 14 12 COMER, one showing g...
comets 14 12 COMET, a celestial b...
comics 18 15 COMIC, a comedian [n...
commas 15 15 COMMA, a fragment of...
commis 16 15 (French) a deputy, a...
commos 15 15 COMMO, (Australian c...
comous 14 13 bearing a tuft of si...
compas 16 15 a popular music of H...
compos 16 15 COMPO, a mortar of c...
compts 17 15 COMPT, (obsolete) to...
comtes 14 12 COMTE, (French) a Fr...
conchs 18 15 CONCH, a marine moll...
condos 12 11 CONDO, (short for) a...
coneys 18 12 CONEY, a rabbit, als...
congas 13 12 CONGA, to dance the...
conges 13 12 CONGE, to take leave...
congos 13 12 CONGO, a kind of bla...
conias 12 10 CONIA, a liquid, hig...
conics 16 13 CONIC, a conic secti...
conies 12 10 CONY, a rabbit, also...
conins 12 11 CONIN, a liquid, hig...
connes 11 11 CONNE, (Spenser) to...
contes 12 10 CONTE, (French) a sh...
contos 12 10 CONTO, a Portuguese...
convos 14 14 CONVO, (Australian c...
cooees 11 9 COOEE, to cry out sh...
cooers 12 9 COOER, one that coos...
cooeys 18 11 COOEY, to cry out sh...
coombs 16 15 COOMB, a short deep...
coopts 15 12 COOPT, to recruit e....
coozes 15 18 COOZE, (colloquial)...
copals 16 13 COPAL, a hard resin...
copays 21 14 COPAY, an amount pay...
copens 14 13 COPEN, a strong ligh...
copers 15 12 COPER, to supply a s...
copies 15 12 COPY, to imitate [v]
copras 15 12 COPRA, dried coconut...
copses 15 12 COPSE, to cut back t...
coquis 22 19 COQUI, a small arbor...
corals 14 10 CORAL, a mass of mar...
corbes 15 12 CORBE, a projection...
corers 13 9 CORER, a device for...
coreys 19 11 COREY, the penis, al...
corgis 15 11 CORGI, a dog of a sm...
cories 13 9 CORY, (Romany) the p...
cormus 15 13 the whole body of a...
cornus 13 11 a hardwood tree or s...
corpus 16 13 a human or animal bo...
corses 13 9 CORSE, a corpse [n]
corsos 13 9 CORSO, (Italian) a r...
corves 15 13 CORF, a coalminer's...
corvus 16 14 (Latin) a grappling...
cosecs 16 12 COSEC, a trigonometr...
cosets 13 9 COSET, a mathematica...
coseys 19 11 COSEY, a covering fo...
coshes 15 11 COSH, to bludgeon [v...
cosies 13 9 COSY, to attempt to...
cosmos 14 12 the universe as an o...
cosses 13 9 COSS, a measure of d...
costes 13 9 COSTE, (Spenser) a c...
costus 14 10 an aromatic root of...
cotans 12 10 COTAN, (short for) c...
cottas 13 9 COTTA, (Latin) a sho...
cottus 14 10 any fish of the genu...
coudes 13 11 COUDE, (French) a re...
coughs 17 14 COUGH, to expel air...
coulis 15 11 (French) a thin pure...
counts 13 11 COUNT, to number [v]
coupes 15 13 COUPE, (French) a fo...
courbs 16 13 COURB, (archaic) to...
coures 13 10 COURE, to cower [v]
courts 14 10 COURT, to woo [v]
coutas 13 10 COUTA, a type of fis...
couths 16 12 COUTH, refinement [n...
covens 14 14 COVEN, a group of wi...
covers 15 13 COVER, to spread som...
covets 15 13 COVET, to desire gre...
coveys 21 15 COVEY, a small flock...
covins 15 14 COVIN, a conspiracy...
cowals 17 13 COWAL, (Native Austr...
cowans 15 13 COWAN, (Scots) a dry...
cowers 16 12 COWER, to cringe [v]
coxibs 22 19 COXIB, a drug used i...
coyaus 19 12 COYAU, (French) a st...
coypus 22 15 COYPU, an aquatic ro...
cozens 15 19 COZEN, to cheat, als...
cozeys 22 20 COZEY, a covering fo...
cozies 16 18 COZY, to attempt to...
cozzes 19 27 COZ, (archaic) cousi...
craals 14 10 CRAAL, to pen in an...
cracks 18 16 CRACK, to break with...
crafts 16 12 CRAFT, to make by ha...
craics 17 12 CRAIC, (Irish) pleas...
craigs 15 11 CRAIG, (Scots) a cra...
crakes 14 13 CRAKE, to utter the...
crames 14 12 CRAME, (Scots) a boo...
cramps 17 15 CRAMP, to confine or...
cranes 12 10 CRANE, to stretch ou...
cranks 14 14 CRANK, to start manu...
crants 13 10 (Shakespeare) the ga...
crapes 15 12 CRAPE, to cover or s...
crares 13 9 CRARE, a trading ves...
crases 13 9 CRASIS, the melding...
crasis 14 9 the melding of two v...
crates 13 9 CRATE, to put in a p...
craves 15 13 CRAVE, to desire gre...
crawls 18 13 CRAWL, to move with...
crazes 16 18 CRAZE, to make insan...
creaks 14 13 CREAK, to make a squ...
creams 14 12 CREAM, to select the...
credos 13 10 CREDO, (Latin) a con...
creeds 13 10 CREED, a statement o...
creeks 14 13 CREEK, a watercourse...
creels 14 10 CREEL, to put fish i...
creeps 15 12 CREEP, to advance st...
cremes 14 12 CREME, (French) crea...
crenas 12 10 CRENA, (Latin) a not...
crepes 15 12 CREPE, to cover with...
crests 14 9 CREST, to reach a pe...
crewes 16 12 CREWE, (archaic) a p...
cricks 19 16 CRICK, to cause a sp...
criers 14 9 CRIER, one that crie...
crimes 15 12 CRIME, to convict ov...
crimps 18 15 CRIMP, to press into...
crines 13 10 CRINE, (Scots) to sh...
cripes 16 12 used as a mild oath,...
crises 14 9 CRISIS, a crucial tu...
crisis 15 9 a crucial turning po...
crisps 17 12 CRISP, to make britt...
criths 17 11 CRITH, a unit of mas...
croaks 14 13 CROAK, to utter a lo...
crocks 18 16 CROCK, to break down...
crocus 17 13 an iridaceous plant...
crofts 16 12 CROFT, to expose clo...
crombs 17 15 CROMB, to draw by a...
cromes 14 12 CROME, to draw by a...
crones 12 10 CRONE, a withered ol...
crooks 14 13 CROOK, to bend or fo...
crools 14 10 CROOL, (Australian s...
croons 12 10 CROON, to sing softl...
crores 13 9 CRORE, (Hindi) an In...
croups 16 13 CROUP, to speak hoar...
crouts 14 10 CROUT, cabbage cut f...
crowds 17 13 CROWD, to press clos...
crowns 16 13 CROWN, to invest wit...
crozes 16 18 CROZE, a tool used i...
cruces 17 13 CRUX, a basic or dec...
crucks 19 17 CRUCK, one of a pair...
crudes 14 11 CRUDE, unrefined pet...
crudos 14 11 CRUDO, sliced, uncoo...
cruels 15 11 (Scots) scrofula, th...
cruets 14 10 CRUET, a vessel used...
crufts 17 13 CRUFT, technical mat...
crumbs 18 16 CRUMB, to break into...
crumps 18 16 CRUMP, to crunch [v]
crunks 15 15 CRUNK, a form of hip...
cruors 14 10 CRUOR, (Latin) a mas...
cruses 14 10 CRUSE, an earthenwar...
crusts 15 10 CRUST, to form a har...
cruves 16 14 CRUVE, a pen or sty,...
cruxes 20 17 CRUX, a basic or dec...
crwths 20 14 CRWTH, (Welsh) an an...
cryers 20 11 CRYER, one that crie...
crypts 23 14 CRYPT, a burial vaul...
ctenes 12 10 CTENE, a comb-like s...
cubebs 18 16 CUBEB, the pungent b...
cubers 16 13 CUBER, a machine for...
cubics 20 16 CUBIC, a cubic equat...
cubits 17 13 CUBIT, an old measur...
culets 15 11 CULET, (French) the...
cullis 17 12 a strong broth of me...
cultus 16 12 (Latin) a religious...
cumecs 18 16 CUMEC, a unit of liq...
cumins 15 14 CUMIN, an umbellifer...
cuneus 13 12 a small wedge-shaped...
cunits 14 11 CUNIT, one hundred c...
cupels 17 14 CUPEL, to refine gol...
cupids 17 14 CUPID, a statue of t...
cuppas 18 16 CUPPA, (colloquial)...
curats 14 10 CURAT, (obsolete) a...
curers 14 10 CURER, one who cures...
curets 14 10 CURET, (US) a surgic...
curias 14 10 CURIA, a court of ju...
curies 14 10 CURIE, a unit of rad...
curios 14 10 CURIO, an unusual ar...
curses 14 10 CURSE, to invoke evi...
cursus 15 11 an elongated prehist...
curves 16 14 CURVE, to deviate fr...
cuscus 18 14 an arboreal mammal o...
cusecs 17 13 CUSEC, a unit of liq...
cushes 16 12 CUSH, the cushion in...
cuspis 17 13 (Latin) a point e.g....
cusses 14 10 CUSS, (colloquial) t...
cussos 14 10 CUSSO, an Ethiopian...
custos 14 10 (Latin) a guardian,...
cusums 16 14 CUSUM, a statistical...
cuteys 20 12 CUTEY, a cute person...
cuties 14 10 CUTIE, a cute person...
cutins 14 11 CUTIN, the waxy mate...
cutlas 15 11 a curved, one-edged...
cutups 17 14 CUTUP, a mischievous...
cuvees 15 14 CUVEE, (French) a va...
cuzzes 20 28 CUZ, (obsolete) cous...
cycads 23 15 CYCAD, any member of...
cycles 24 15 CYCLE, to ride a bic...
cyclos 24 15 CYCLO, a three wheel...
cyclus 25 16 a cycle of myths, po...
cyders 20 12 CYDER, an alcoholic...
cyeses 19 11 CYESIS, pregnancy [n...
cyesis 20 11 pregnancy [n CYESES]
cymars 21 14 CYMAR, (French) a lo...
cymols 22 15 CYMOL, a hydrocarbon...
cymous 21 15 resembling a cyme, a...
cynics 23 15 CYNIC, someone who t...
cypres 22 14 the legal doctrine o...
cypris 23 14 a type of barnacle,...
cyprus 23 15 (obsolete) a thin tr...
cytons 19 12 CYTON, the body of a...
dabbas 14 13 DABBA, (Hindi) in In...
dachas 15 12 DACHA, a Russian cou...
dadahs 12 10 DADAH, (Australian s...
dadoes 9 8 DADO, an ornamental...
daggas 12 11 DAGGA, marijuana [n]
dagoes 10 9 DAGO, (offensive) a...
daikos 11 11 DAIKO, a large Japan...
daines 9 8 DAINE, (Shakespeare)...
daints 10 8 DAINT, (Spenser) a d...
daises 10 7 DAIS, a raised platf...
dakers 11 11 DAKER, to lounge, al...
daleds 11 9 DALED, the fourth le...
dalles 12 9 DALLE, (French) a sl...
damans 10 11 DAMAN, a small herbi...
damars 11 10 DAMAR, a hard resin...
dances 12 11 DANCE, to move rhyth...
danios 9 8 DANIO, a brightly co...
darafs 12 10 DARAF, an electrical...
darcys 20 12 DARCY, a unit of geo...
darers 10 7 DARER, one who dares...
dargas 11 9 DARGA, the tomb of a...
darics 14 10 DARIC, a gold coin o...
darres 10 7 DARRE, to venture bo...
darzis 14 16 DARZI, a Hindu tailo...
dashes 12 9 DASH, to strike viol...
dashis 13 9 DASHI, a fish broth...
datals 11 8 DATAL, a daily recko...
daters 10 7 DATER, one who dates...
dattos 10 7 DATTO, a Philippine...
datums 12 11 DATUM, something use...
daubes 12 11 DAUBE, (French) a me...
daults 12 9 DAULT, (Scots) a fos...
daunts 10 9 DAUNT, to intimidate...
davens 11 12 DAVEN, to utter Jewi...
davies 12 11 DAVY, a safety lamp...
davits 13 11 DAVIT, a crane that...
dawahs 15 12 DAWAH, (Arabic) the...
dayans 15 10 DAYAN, (Hebrew) a se...
daynts 16 10 DAYNT, (Spenser) a t...
dazers 13 16 DAZER, something tha...
deairs 10 7 DEAIR, to remove air...
deares 9 7 DEARE, to injure, al...
dearns 9 8 DEARN [n]
deaths 12 9 DEATH, the end of li...
deaves 11 11 DEAVE, (Scots) to de...
debags 13 12 DEBAG, to take someo...
debars 12 10 DEBAR, to exclude [v...
debels 13 11 DEBEL, to conquer in...
debits 13 10 DEBIT, to charge wit...
deboss 12 10 to impress a design...
debris 13 10 scattered remains [n...
debuds 13 12 DEBUD, to remove the...
debugs 14 13 DEBUG, to remove the...
deburs 13 11 DEBUR, to remove rou...
debuts 13 11 DEBUT, to make a fir...
debyes 18 12 DEBYE, a unit of mea...
decads 13 11 DECAD, (obsolete) a...
decafs 15 13 DECAF, (short for) d...
decals 14 11 DECAL, a design made...
decans 12 11 DECAN, one of three...
decays 19 12 DECAY, to decompose...
deckos 14 14 DECKO [v]
decors 13 10 DECOR, a style of de...
decoys 19 12 DECOY, to lure into...
dedans 9 9 (French) spectators...
deeres 9 7 DEERE, (Spenser) a d...
deeves 11 11 DEEVE, to deafen, al...
defats 12 10 DEFAT, to remove fat...
defers 12 10 DEFER, to postpone [...
defies 12 10 DEFY, to resist open...
defogs 13 12 DEFOG, to remove fog...
degras 11 9 (French) a fat obtai...
degums 13 13 DEGUM, to free from...
dehors 12 9 other than [prep]
deices 13 10 DEICE, to free of ic...
deigns 11 10 DEIGN, to condescend...
deisms 12 10 DEISM, belief in God...
deists 11 7 DEIST, an adherent o...
deixes 16 14 DEIXIS, use of words...
deixis 17 14 use of words relatin...
dekkos 12 15 DEKKO [v]
delays 17 10 DELAY, to put off to...
delfts 14 11 DELFT, a type of ear...
delphs 16 13 DELPH, a type of ear...
deltas 11 8 DELTA, an alluvial d...
delves 13 12 DELVE, to search in...
demans 10 11 DEMAN, to reduce the...
demies 11 10 DEMY, a size of pape...
demiss 12 10 humble, also DEMISSI...
demits 12 10 DEMIT, to let fall,...
demobs 13 13 DEMOB, to discharge...
demons 10 11 DEMON, an evil spiri...
demurs 12 11 DEMUR, to object [v]
denars 9 8 DENAR, a monetary un...
denays 15 10 DENAY, (obsolete) to...
denets 9 8 DENET, to market a b...
denies 9 8 DENY, to declare to...
denims 11 11 DENIM, a coloured tw...
depots 12 10 DEPOT, a railway or...
depths 15 12 DEPTH, deepness [n]
derats 10 7 DERAT, to rid of rat...
derays 16 9 DERAY, (obsolete) to...
derigs 12 9 DERIG, to dismantle...
dermas 11 10 DERMA, the true skin...
dermis 12 10 the true skin, below...
derris 11 7 a vine yielding rote...
derros 10 7 DERRO, (Australian s...
derths 13 9 DERTH, (Spenser) dea...
deshis 13 9 DESHI, (Hinglish) a...
desses 10 7 DESSE, (Spenser) a d...
deters 10 7 DETER, to hinder or...
deuces 13 11 DEUCE, to even the s...
devels 13 12 DEVEL, to hit hard w...
devils 14 12 DEVIL, to prepare fo...
devons 11 12 DEVON, one of a bree...
devots 12 11 DEVOT, (French) a de...
dewans 12 11 DEWAN, (Urdu) in Ind...
dewars 13 10 DEWAR, a double-wall...
dexies 16 14 DEXY, a pill contain...
dhikrs 15 13 DHIKR, (Arabic) a Su...
dhobis 15 12 DHOBI, (Hindi) an In...
dholes 13 10 DHOLE, an Indian wil...
dholls 15 11 DHOLL, a pea-like pl...
dhotis 13 9 DHOTI, a loincloth w...
dhutis 14 10 DHUTI, a loincloth w...
diacts 14 10 DIACT, a sponge spic...
diazos 13 16 DIAZO, a type of pho...
dicers 14 10 DICER, a device that...
dichts 17 12 DICHT, (Scots) to wi...
dicots 14 10 DICOT, (short for) a...
didies 11 8 DIDY, a diaper, also...
didoes 10 8 DIDO, a mischievous...
dienes 9 8 DIENE, an organic co...
dieses 10 7 DIESIS, a reference...
diesis 11 7 a reference mark in...
dights 15 11 DIGHT, to adorn, to...
digits 13 9 DIGIT, a finger or a...
dikers 12 11 DIKER, a person who...
dildos 12 9 DILDO, an object use...
dillis 14 9 DILLI, (Native Austr...
dimbos 14 13 DIMBO, an unintellig...
dimers 12 10 DIMER, a molecular c...
dinars 10 8 DINAR, a monetary un...
diners 10 8 DINER, one that dine...
dinges 11 10 a doodad, also DINGU...
dingos 11 10 DINGO, the Australia...
dingus 12 11 a doodad, also DINGE...
dinics 14 11 DINIC, a remedy for...
diodes 10 8 DIODE, a type of ele...
diotas 10 7 DIOTA, an ancient tw...
dipsas 13 10 a fabled serpent who...
dipsos 13 10 DIPSO, (short for) a...
dirams 12 10 DIRAM, a monetary un...
dirges 12 9 DIRGE, a funeral son...
dirkes 12 11 DIRKE, (Spenser) to...
discos 14 10 DISCO, to take part...
discus 15 11 a disc hurled in ath...
dishes 13 9 DISH, to put into a...
dismes 12 10 DISME, a former 10-c...
disses 11 7 DISS, to disrespect,...
ditals 12 8 DITAL, a device whic...
dittos 11 7 DITTO, to repeat tha...
ditzes 14 16 DITZ, a silly person...
divans 12 12 DIVAN, a couch or be...
divers 13 11 sundry, several [adj...
divots 13 11 DIVOT, a piece of tu...
diwans 13 11 DIWAN, (Urdu) in Ind...
dixies 17 14 DIXIE, a camp-kettle...
dixits 18 14 DIXIT, (Latin) an ut...
dizens 13 17 DIZEN, to dress in f...
djinns 12 18 DJINN, a supernatura...
dobies 12 10 DOBIE, an unburnt su...
doblas 13 11 DOBLA, a former gold...
dobras 12 10 DOBRA, a former gold...
dobros 12 10 DOBRO, a type of aco...
dodges 11 10 DODGE, to evade [v]
dodoes 9 8 DODO, an extinct bir...
dogans 10 10 DOGAN, a derogatory...
dogeys 17 11 DOGEY, a stray calf,...
dogies 11 9 DOGY, a stray calf,...
dogmas 12 12 DOGMA, an authoritat...
dohyos 18 11 DOHYO, a sumo wrestl...
doings 11 10 DOING, an action [n]
dolces 14 11 DOLCE, (Italian) a s...
dolmas 12 11 DOLMA, a vine or cab...
dolors 11 8 DOLOR, grief, also D...
donahs 11 10 DONAH, (Spanish) fem...
donees 8 8 DONEE, the person to...
dongas 10 10 DONGA, a gully in a...
donkos 10 12 DONKO, (New Zealand)...
donnas 8 9 DONNA, (Italian) a t...
donnes 8 9 DONNE, (French) a da...
donors 9 8 DONOR, one that dona...
donuts 10 9 DONUT, to surround a...
dooces 12 10 DOOCE, to dismiss (a...
doofus 12 11 a stupid person, als...
dooles 10 8 DOOLE, (obsolete) pa...
doonas 8 8 DOONA, a light quilt...
doorns 9 8 DOORN, (Afrikaans) a...
dopers 12 10 DOPER, one who dopes...
dorads 10 8 DORAD, any member of...
dorbas 12 10 DORBA, (Australian s...
dorees 9 7 DOREE, a yellow mack...
dories 10 7 DORY, a golden-yello...
dorses 10 7 DORSE, a kind of sma...
dosehs 12 9 DOSEH, an old Arabia...
dosers 10 7 DOSER, one who doses...
doshas 12 9 DOSHA, (Sanskrit) ea...
doshes 12 9 DOSH, (slang) money...
dosses 10 7 DOSS, to sleep in an...
doters 10 7 DOTER, one who dotes...
douars 10 8 DOUAR, a type of ten...
doubts 13 11 DOUBT, to be uncerta...
doughs 14 12 DOUGH, a flour mixtu...
doulas 11 9 DOULA, (Modern Greek...
doumas 11 11 DOUMA, (Russian) the...
douras 10 8 DOURA, Indian millet...
douses 10 8 DOUSE, to plunge int...
dovens 11 12 DOVEN, to utter Jewi...
dovers 12 11 DOVER, (Scots) to do...
dowars 13 10 DOWAR, (Arabic) a ci...
dowels 14 11 DOWEL, to fasten wit...
dowers 13 10 DOWER, to provide wi...
dowlas 14 11 a coarse linen cloth...
dowles 14 11 DOWLE, (dialect) a p...
dowses 13 10 DOWSE, to search for...
doxies 16 14 DOXIE, a doctrine, a...
doyens 15 10 DOYEN, the senior me...
dozens 12 17 DOZEN, (Scots) to do...
dozers 13 16 DOZER, one who dozes...
draffs 15 13 DRAFF, the damp rema...
drafts 13 10 DRAFT, to conscript...
drails 12 8 DRAIL, to dirty by d...
drains 10 8 DRAIN, to draw off a...
drakes 11 11 DRAKE, a male duck [...
dramas 11 10 DRAMA, a story showi...
drants 10 8 DRANT, (dialect) to...
drapes 12 10 DRAPE, to arrange in...
drawls 15 11 DRAWL, to speak slow...
dreads 10 8 DREAD, to fear great...
dreams 11 10 DREAM, to experience...
drears 10 7 DREAR, gloom [n]
drecks 15 14 DRECK, inferior merc...
dreres 10 7 DRERE, (Spenser) dre...
drices 14 10 DRICE, dry ice or fr...
driers 11 7 DRIER, an apparatus...
drifts 14 10 DRIFT, to drift alon...
drills 14 9 DRILL, to bore a hol...
drinks 12 12 DRINK, to swallow li...
drives 13 11 DRIVE, to urge or co...
droids 11 8 DROID, (colloquial)...
droils 12 8 DROIL, (obsolete) to...
droits 11 7 DROIT, (French) a le...
drokes 11 11 DROKE, (Canadian) a...
droles 11 8 DROLE, a rogue or kn...
drolls 13 9 DROLL, to jest [v]
dromes 11 10 DROME, (colloquial)...
dromos 11 10 a Greek race-course...
drones 9 8 DRONE, to make a mon...
droobs 12 10 DROOB, (Australian s...
droogs 11 9 DROOG, (Russian) a v...
drooks 11 11 DROOK, (Scots) to dr...
drools 11 8 DROOL, to let saliva...
droops 12 10 DROOP, to hang downw...
drouks 12 12 DROUK, (Scots) to dr...
droves 12 11 DROVE, to drive shee...
drowns 13 11 DROWN, to suffocate...
druids 12 9 DRUID, one of an anc...
drunks 12 13 DRUNK, an intoxicate...
drupes 13 11 DRUPE, a fleshy frui...
druses 11 8 DRUSE, a crust of sm...
dryads 17 10 DRYAD, a nymph of th...
dryers 17 9 DRYER, an apparatus...
dsobos 12 10 DSOBO, (Tibetan) a m...
dsomos 11 10 DSOMO, (Tibetan) a f...
dubbos 15 14 DUBBO, (Australian s...
ducats 14 11 DUCAT, (historical)...
duetts 11 8 DUETT, a musical per...
dukkas 13 16 DUKKA, a mix of grou...
dulces 15 12 DULCE, a sweet food...
dulias 12 9 DULIA, in Roman Cath...
dulses 12 9 DULSE, an edible red...
dumbos 14 14 DUMBO, (colloquial)...
dumkas 13 15 DUMKA, (Czech) a lam...
dumous 12 12 abounding with bushe...
dunams 11 12 DUNAM, an Israeli la...
dunces 13 12 DUNCE, a stupid pers...
duomos 11 11 DUOMO, (Italian) a c...
dupers 13 11 DUPER, one who dupes...
durals 12 9 DURAL, (tradename) a...
duress 11 8 compulsion by force,...
durocs 14 11 DUROC, a large red h...
duroys 17 10 DUROY, a coarse wool...
durras 11 8 DURRA, (Arabic) indi...
durums 13 12 DURUM, a strain of w...
durzis 15 17 DURZI, a Hindu tailo...
dushes 13 10 DUSH, (Scots) to str...
duties 11 8 DUTY, a moral or leg...
duvets 13 12 DUVET, a light quilt...
dwaals 14 11 DWAAL, (South Africa...
dwales 14 11 DWALE, deadly nights...
dwalms 16 14 DWALM, to swoon, als...
dwangs 14 13 DWANG, a piece of ti...
dwarfs 16 13 DWARF, to cause to a...
dwaums 15 14 DWAUM, to swoon, als...
dweebs 15 13 DWEEB, a fool [n]
dwells 16 12 DWELL, to reside [v]
dwiles 15 11 DWILE, a floorcloth...
dwines 13 11 DWINE, (Scots) to pi...
dyings 18 12 DYING, a passing out...
dykons 17 14 DYKON, a celebrity,...
dynels 17 11 DYNEL, a synthetic f...
eagers 10 8 EAGER, a tidal flood...
eagles 11 9 EAGLE, to score two...
eagres 10 8 EAGRE, a bore or sud...
earths 12 8 EARTH, to cover with...
easels 10 7 EASEL, a three-legge...
easers 9 6 EASER, one who eases...
easies 9 6 EASY, a communicatio...
easles 10 7 EASLE, (Scots) hot a...
eaters 9 6 EATER, one who eats...
ebbets 14 12 EBBET, a common gree...
ebooks 12 13 EBOOK, a book in ele...
ecesis 13 9 the establishment of...
echoes 14 11 ECHO, a reflected so...
eclats 14 10 ECLAT, (French) grea...
eddies 10 8 EDDY, to move agains...
eddoes 9 8 EDDO, a kind of yam,...
edemas 10 10 EDEMA, local or gene...
edgers 11 9 EDGER, a tool used t...
edicts 14 10 EDICT, an authoritat...
ediles 11 8 EDILE, (Latin) in cl...
educes 13 11 EDUCE, to draw out,...
educts 14 11 EDUCT, that which is...
eeches 14 11 EECH, to augment, al...
eejits 12 15 EEJIT, (colloquial)...
eevens 10 11 EEVEN, the latter pa...
egests 11 8 EGEST, to discharge...
eggars 12 10 EGGAR, any of severa...
eggers 12 10 EGGER, any of severa...
egises 11 8 EGIS, (Greek) protec...
egress 11 8 to go out [v -ED, -I...
egrets 11 8 EGRET, a wading bird...
eiders 10 7 EIDER, a large sea d...
eights 14 10 EIGHT, the cardinal...
eikons 10 11 EIKON, (Greek) a rel...
eisels 11 7 EISEL, (obsolete) so...
ejects 15 18 EJECT, to throw out...
ejidos 12 16 EJIDO, (Spanish) a p...
elains 10 8 ELAIN, a glyceride o...
elands 10 9 ELAND, a large Afric...
elates 10 7 ELATE, to raise the...
elbows 16 13 ELBOW, to jostle [v]
elchis 17 12 ELCHI, an ambassador...
elders 11 8 ELDER, a kind of shr...
eldins 11 9 ELDIN, (Scots) fuel,...
elects 14 10 ELECT, to select by...
elemis 12 10 ELEMI, a fragrant re...
elfins 13 11 ELFIN, a little elf...
eliads 11 8 ELIAD, an amorous gl...
elides 11 8 ELIDE, to strike out...
elints 11 8 ELINT, (short for) e...
elites 11 7 ELITE, a socially se...
ellops 14 11 (obsolete) a type of...
eloges 11 9 ELOGE, a funeral ora...
eloins 10 8 ELOIN, to remove to...
elopes 12 10 ELOPE, to run away t...
elpees 12 10 ELPEE, a long-playin...
elsins 11 8 ELSIN, (Scots) an aw...
eludes 11 9 ELUDE, to evade [v]
elutes 11 8 ELUTE, to remove by...
elvans 12 12 ELVAN, a granular ro...
elvers 13 11 ELVER, a young eel [...
emails 12 10 EMAIL, to send elect...
embars 13 12 EMBAR, (archaic) to...
embays 19 14 EMBAY, to enclose in...
embeds 13 13 EMBED, to plant firm...
embers 13 12 EMBER, a small piece...
embogs 14 14 EMBOG, to bog down [...
emboss 13 12 to decorate with a r...
embows 16 15 EMBOW, to bend or ar...
emcees 13 12 EMCEE, to serve as m...
emeers 10 9 EMEER, (Arabic) an E...
emends 10 11 EMEND, to correct, a...
emergs 12 11 EMERG, the section o...
emeses 10 9 EMESIS, (Greek) the...
emesis 11 9 (Greek) the act of v...
emlets 12 10 as in blood-drop eml...
emmers 12 12 EMMER, (German) a pr...
emmets 12 12 EMMET, (dialect) an...
emmews 15 15 EMMEW, to confine, m...
emojis 13 18 EMOJI, a standardize...
emotes 10 9 EMOTE, to show exagg...
emoves 12 13 EMOVE, to affect emo...
emules 12 11 EMULE, (Southey) to...
emures 11 10 EMURE, (Shakespeare)...
emydes 17 12 EMYDE, a genus of fr...
enacts 12 10 ENACT, to establish...
enarms 10 10 ENARM, (obsolete) to...
enates 8 7 ENATE, a relative in...
enders 9 8 ENDER, one that ends...
endews 12 11 ENDEW, (Spenser) to...
endoss 9 8 (obsolete) to endors...
endows 12 11 ENDOW, to bequeath,...
endues 9 9 ENDUE, to put on, as...
enemas 9 10 ENEMA, fluid injecte...
eniacs 12 10 ENIAC, an early comp...
enjoys 17 18 ENJOY, to take pleas...
enmews 13 13 ENMEW, to confine, a...
ennogs 9 10 ENNOG, (dialect) a b...
ennuis 9 9 ENNUI, to bore, anno...
enokis 10 11 ENOKI, (Japanese) a...
enoses 8 7 ENOSIS, political un...
enosis 9 7 political union [n E...
enrols 10 8 ENROL, to insert on...
ensews 12 10 ENSEW, (Spenser) to...
ensues 9 8 ENSUE, to follow, al...
enters 9 7 ENTER, to go or come...
enures 9 8 ENURE, to accustom o...
enurns 9 9 ENURN, to put into a...
envies 11 11 ENVY, to covet other...
envois 11 11 ENVOI, the concludin...
envoys 17 13 ENVOY, a representat...
enzyms 20 21 ENZYM, a complex pro...
eosins 9 7 EOSIN, a red dye, al...
epacts 15 12 EPACT, the differenc...
ephahs 16 13 EPHAH, a Hebrew unit...
ephods 14 12 EPHOD, a sleeveless...
ephors 14 11 EPHOR, a magistrate...
epochs 17 14 EPOCH, an important...
epodes 11 10 EPODE, a genre of ly...
epopts 14 12 EPOPT, someone initi...
eposes 11 9 EPOS, an epic poem,...
epulis 14 11 a tumor of the gums...
equals 19 17 EQUAL, to make equal...
equids 19 17 EQUID, any member of...
equips 21 19 EQUIP, to provide wi...
erases 9 6 ERASE, to efface or...
erbias 12 9 ERBIA, erbium oxide...
erects 13 9 ERECT, to build or r...
ergons 10 9 ERGON, (Greek) work...
ergots 11 8 ERGOT, a fungal dise...
ericas 13 9 ERICA, a shrub of th...
ericks 15 13 ERICK, a murderer's...
erinus 10 8 any rock plant of th...
erodes 9 7 ERODE, to wear away...
eroses 9 6 EROS, (Greek) the su...
errors 10 6 ERROR, a mistake [n]
eructs 14 10 ERUCT, to belch out,...
erugos 11 9 ERUGO, a green film...
erupts 13 10 ERUPT, to break out...
ervils 14 11 ERVIL, a European ve...
escars 13 9 ESCAR, a narrow ridg...
escots 13 9 ESCOT, (Shakespeare)...
esiles 11 7 ESILE, (obsolete) so...
eskars 11 10 ESKAR, a narrow ridg...
eskers 11 10 ESKER, a narrow ridg...
eskies 11 10 ESKY, a container fo...
espies 12 9 ESPY, to catch sight...
essays 16 8 ESSAY, to attempt [v...
esters 10 6 ESTER, a compound fo...
estocs 13 9 ESTOC, a short sword...
estops 12 9 ESTOP, to hinder or...
estros 10 6 ESTRO, (Italian) the...
estrus 11 7 the period of heat i...
etages 10 8 ETAGE, a floor store...
etapes 11 9 ETAPE, (French) a st...
etches 15 11 ETCH, to engrave wit...
ethals 13 9 ETHAL, a white waxy...
ethers 12 8 ETHER, a volatile li...
ethics 16 11 ETHIC, a body of mor...
ethnos 11 9 (Greek) a group of p...
ethyls 20 11 ETHYL, a univalent c...
ettins 10 7 ETTIN, (archaic) a g...
ettles 11 7 ETTLE, (Scots) to in...
etudes 10 8 ETUDE, (French) a co...
etwees 12 9 ETWEE, a small ornam...
eupads 12 11 EUPAD, an antiseptic...
eusols 11 8 EUSOL, an antiseptic...
evades 11 11 EVADE, to escape or...
events 11 11 EVENT, to take part...
everts 12 10 EVERT, to turn insid...
evicts 16 13 EVICT, to dispossess...
evites 12 10 EVITE, to avoid, als...
evokes 12 14 EVOKE, to call forth...
ewftes 15 12 (Spenser) efts [n]
exacts 19 16 EXACT, to demand [v]
exalts 17 14 EXALT, to place in a...
excels 20 17 EXCEL, to surpass ot...
excess 19 16 to eliminate the pos...
exeats 15 13 EXEAT, (Latin) a per...
exeems 16 16 EXEEM, to release or...
exemes 16 16 EXEME, to release or...
exerts 16 13 EXERT, to make an ef...
exfils 20 17 EXFIL, to remove (da...
exiles 17 14 EXILE, to banish fro...
exines 15 14 EXINE, the outer lay...
exists 17 13 EXIST, to have actua...
exodes 15 14 EXODE, (Greek) the c...
exodos 15 14 (Greek) a concluding...
exodus 16 15 a departure [n -ES]
exomis 17 16 a Roman sleeveless g...
expats 18 16 EXPAT, someone who l...
expels 19 17 EXPEL, to force out...
extols 17 14 EXTOL, to praise hig...
extras 16 13 EXTRA, something add...
exudes 16 15 EXUDE, to ooze forth...
exults 18 15 EXULT, to rejoice gr...
exurbs 19 17 EXURB, a residential...
eyases 15 8 EYAS, an untrained y...
eyries 16 8 EYRY, a bird of prey...
ezines 12 16 EZINE, a magazine av...
fables 15 13 FABLE, to tell ficti...
facers 15 12 FACER, a sudden diff...
facets 15 12 FACET, to cut small...
facias 15 12 FACIA, an architectu...
facies 15 12 (Latin) facial expre...
factis 16 12 (Latin) vulcanized o...
faders 12 10 FADER, a sliding con...
fadges 13 12 FADGE, (archaic) to...
faeces 14 12 bodily waste dischar...
faenas 10 10 FAENA, a series of p...
fagins 13 12 FAGIN, an adult who...
fagots 13 11 FAGOT, to bind toget...
faikes 13 13 a kind of thin-bedde...
faines 11 10 FAINE, (Spenser) to...
faints 12 10 FAINT, to lose consc...
faiths 15 11 FAITH, to believe or...
fakers 13 13 FAKER, one who fakes...
fakeys 19 15 FAKEY, a skateboardi...
fakies 13 13 FAKIE, (in skateboar...
fakirs 14 13 FAKIR, a Hindu ascet...
falces 16 13 FALX, the sickle-sha...
falses 13 10 FALSE, to deceive [v...
famous 13 13 renowned [adj FAMOUS...
fanals 12 11 FANAL, (archaic) a l...
fangas 12 12 FANGA, a Spanish uni...
fangos 12 12 FANGO, (Italian) cla...
fanons 10 11 FANON, a liturgical...
fanums 13 14 FANUM, a cape worn b...
faqirs 21 18 FAQIR, a Hindu ascet...
farads 12 10 FARAD, a unit of ele...
farces 15 12 FARCE, to fill with...
farers 12 9 FARER, a traveller [...
farles 13 10 FARLE, an oatmeal ca...
farses 12 9 FARSE, to expand a n...
fasces 15 12 an ancient Roman sym...
fascis 16 12 (Latin) a bundle of...
fashes 14 11 FASH, to bother or a...
fatsos 12 9 FATSO, (colloquial)...
fatwas 15 12 FATWA, to threaten d...
fauces 15 13 the passage from the...
faulds 14 12 FAULD, the arch over...
faults 14 11 FAULT, to criticize...
faunas 11 11 FAUNA, the animal li...
fauves 14 14 FAUVE, a member of a...
favels 15 14 FAVEL, a horse of th...
favors 14 13 FAVOR, to regard wit...
favous 14 14 like a honeycomb [ad...
faynes 17 12 FAYNE, (Spenser) to...
fayres 18 11 FAYRE, (archaic) a f...
feares 11 9 FEARE, a companion,...
feases 11 9 FEASE, to unsettle,...
feasts 12 9 FEAST, to dine sumpt...
feazes 14 18 FEAZE, to unsettle,...
fechts 18 14 FECHT, (Scots) to fi...
feeses 11 9 FEESE, to unsettle,...
feezes 14 18 FEEZE, to unsettle,...
feigns 13 12 FEIGN, to pretend, g...
feints 12 10 FEINT, to make a pre...
feists 13 9 FEIST, a small dog o...
felids 14 11 FELID, a member of t...
fellas 14 11 FELLA, (colloquial)...
felons 12 11 FELON, a person guil...
femals 14 13 FEMAL, (Milton) a fe...
femmes 14 15 FEMME, (French) a wo...
femurs 14 13 FEMUR, a bone in the...
fences 14 13 FENCE, to enclose wi...
feoffs 16 15 FEOFF, to grant a fe...
ferals 13 10 FERAL, a person who...
ferias 12 9 FERIA, a weekday whi...
fermis 14 12 FERMI, in physics, a...
fesses 12 9 FESS, to confess [v]
festas 12 9 FESTA, a holiday [n]
fetors 12 9 FETOR, a stench, als...
fettas 12 9 FETTA, a crumbly whi...
fetwas 15 12 FETWA, an Islamic re...
feuars 12 10 FEUAR, (Scots) in la...
fevers 14 13 FEVER, to affect wit...
fezzes 18 27 FEZ, a red brimless...
fibers 15 12 FIBER, a threadlike...
fibres 15 12 FIBRE, a threadlike...
fibros 15 12 FIBRO, a wall board...
fiches 18 14 FICHE, (French) a ca...
fichus 19 15 FICHU, (French) a li...
ficins 16 13 FICIN, a cysteine pr...
ficoes 15 12 FICO, (Shakespeare)...
fidges 14 12 FIDGE, to fidget [v]
fields 14 11 FIELD, to play as a...
fiends 12 11 FIEND, a devil; a pe...
fients 12 10 FIENT, (Scots) a fie...
fieres 12 9 FIERE, a companion,...
fifers 15 12 FIFER, one who plays...
fifths 18 14 FIFTH, one of five e...
fights 17 13 FIGHT, to contend in...
filers 14 10 FILER, a person or t...
filets 14 10 FILET, to cut bonele...
filius 15 11 (Lat) a son [n FILII...
filles 15 11 FILLE, (French) a gi...
fillos 15 11 FILLO, (Greek) very...
filmis 16 13 FILMI, (Hinglish) re...
filths 17 12 FILTH, foul or dirty...
finals 13 11 FINAL, the last exam...
fincas 15 13 FINCA, (Spanish) a S...
finers 12 10 FINER, a refiner [n]
fiords 13 10 FIORD, a narrow inle...
fiques 21 19 FIQUE, a tough natur...
firers 13 9 FIRER, a person who...
firies 13 9 FIRIE, (Australian s...
firsts 14 9 FIRST, something tha...
firths 16 11 FIRTH, an inlet of t...
fishes 15 11 FISH, to try to catc...
fitnas 12 10 FITNA, a state of tr...
fittes 13 9 FITTE, (archaic) a d...
fivers 15 13 FIVER, a five dollar...
fixers 19 16 FIXER, one that fixe...
fixits 20 16 FIXIT, a person know...
fizzes 19 27 FIZZ, to make a hiss...
fjelds 16 20 FJELD, (Norwegian) a...
fjords 15 19 FJORD, a narrow inle...
flacks 18 17 FLACK, to work as a...
flaffs 18 16 FLAFF, (Scots) to fl...
flails 15 11 FLAIL, to thresh abo...
flairs 14 10 FLAIR, a natural ski...
flakes 14 14 FLAKE, to peel off i...
flames 14 13 FLAME, to burn brigh...
flamms 16 16 FLAMM, (archaic) a c...
flanes 12 11 FLANE, to walk idly,...
flanks 14 15 FLANK, to be situate...
flares 13 10 FLARE, to display gl...
flasks 15 14 FLASK, a narrow-neck...
flatus 14 11 intestinal gas [n -E...
flavas 15 14 FLAVA, (slang) a spe...
flawns 16 14 FLAWN, (archaic) a c...
flaxes 19 17 FLAX, the fibres of...
fleams 14 13 FLEAM, a lancet for...
flecks 18 17 FLECK, to mark with...
fleers 13 10 FLEER, to deride by...
fleets 13 10 FLEET, to move swift...
flemes 14 13 FLEME, (Scots) to pu...
fleurs 14 11 FLEUR, (French) a fl...
flexes 19 17 FLEX, to bend [v]
flexos 19 17 FLEXO, a method of r...
flicks 19 17 FLICK, to strike lig...
fliers 14 10 FLIER, one that flie...
flimps 18 16 FLIMP, to rob while...
flings 15 13 FLING, to throw with...
flints 14 11 FLINT, to provide wi...
flirts 15 10 FLIRT, to engage in...
flisks 16 14 FLISK, to caper abou...
flites 14 10 FLITE, (Scots) to qu...
flitts 15 10 FLITT, (obsolete) to...
flixes 20 17 FLIX, to melt, also...
floats 13 10 FLOAT, to rest or mo...
flocks 18 17 FLOCK, to gather or...
flongs 14 13 FLONG, papier-mache...
floods 13 11 FLOOD, to inundate [...
floors 13 10 FLOOR, to supply wit...
floras 13 10 FLORA, the plant lif...
flotas 13 10 FLOTA, (Spanish) a c...
flotes 13 10 FLOTE [n]
flours 14 11 FLOUR, to cover with...
flouts 14 11 FLOUT, to treat with...
fluffs 19 17 FLUFF, to make fluff...
fluids 15 12 FLUID, a substance t...
flukes 15 15 FLUKE, to obtain by...
flumes 15 14 FLUME, to convey by...
flumps 18 17 FLUMP, to fall or mo...
flunks 15 16 FLUNK, to fail in an...
fluors 14 11 FLUOR, a mineral for...
flurrs 15 11 FLURR, to scatter [v...
flutes 14 11 FLUTE, to play on a...
fluxes 20 18 FLUX, to melt, also...
fluyts 21 13 FLUYT, (Dutch) a sma...
flybys 29 17 FLYBY, a flight, at...
flyers 20 12 FLYER, one that flie...
flypes 22 15 FLYPE, to strip back...
flytes 20 12 FLYTE, (Scots) to qu...
foehns 13 12 FOEHN, a warm dry wi...
foetus 12 10 the unborn in the wo...
fogeys 19 13 FOGEY, a person with...
fogies 13 11 FOGIE, a person with...
fogles 14 12 FOGLE, (slang) a sil...
fogous 13 12 FOGOU, a manmade und...
foists 13 9 FOIST, to pass off (...
foleys 19 12 FOLEY, in filming, t...
folies 13 10 FOLIE, (French) madn...
folios 13 10 FOLIO, to number the...
folles 14 11 FOLLIS, a coin of an...
follis 15 11 a coin of ancient Ro...
fondas 11 11 FONDA, (Spanish) a t...
fondus 12 12 FONDU, to cook a dis...
forams 13 12 FORAM, one of the Rh...
forays 18 11 FORAY, to make a rai...
forces 15 12 FORCE, to compel by...
forels 13 10 FOREL, (archaic) a k...
forges 13 11 FORGE, to counterfei...
formes 13 12 FORME, a body of typ...
fortes 12 9 FORTE, (French) one'...
fortis 13 9 a consonant, such as...
forums 14 13 FORUM, a public meet...
fossas 12 9 FOSSA, a anatomical...
fosses 12 9 FOSSE, a ditch or mo...
fouats 12 10 FOUAT, a leek, also...
fouets 12 10 FOUET, (Scots) the h...
foules 13 11 FOULE, a fulled clot...
founds 12 12 FOUND, to establish...
founts 12 11 FOUNT, a fountain, a...
fouths 15 12 FOUTH, (Scots) abund...
foveas 13 13 FOVEA, a shallow ana...
fowths 18 14 FOWTH, abundance, al...
foxies 18 16 FOXIE, (colloquial)...
foyers 18 11 FOYER, a large room...
foyles 19 12 FOYLE, (Spenser) to...
foynes 17 12 FOYNE, to thrust wit...
fracas 15 12 a brawl [n -ES]
fracks 17 16 FRACK, to engage in...
fracts 16 12 FRACT, to break; to...
frails 14 10 FRAIL, a basket for...
fraims 14 12 FRAIM, a stranger, a...
frames 13 12 FRAME, to enclose in...
francs 15 13 FRANC, a monetary un...
franks 13 14 FRANK, to mark mail...
frapes 14 12 FRAPE, to alter the...
frauds 13 11 FRAUD, criminal dece...
freaks 13 13 FREAK, to spot or st...
freers 12 9 FREER, one who frees...
freets 12 9 FREET, (Scots) an om...
freits 13 9 FREIT, (Scots) an om...
fremds 14 13 FREMD, (Scots) a str...
freons 11 10 FREON, (trade) an ae...
freres 12 9 FRERE, a friar [n]
friars 13 9 FRIAR, a member of a...
friers 13 9 FRIER, a pan or cont...
friges 14 11 FRIG, a refrigerator...
frills 16 11 FRILL, to provide wi...
frises 13 9 FRISE, (French) a de...
frisks 15 13 FRISK, to gambol, or...
frists 14 9 FRIST, to postpone,...
frites 13 9 chipped potatoes [n]
friths 16 11 FRITH, an inlet of t...
fritts 14 9 FRITT, to fuse into...
frizes 16 18 FRIZ, to curl hair t...
frocks 17 16 FROCK, to invest wit...
fronds 12 11 FROND, a type of lea...
fronts 12 10 FRONT, to present [v...
frosts 13 9 FROST, to cover with...
froths 15 11 FROTH, to foam [v]
frowns 15 13 FROWN, to wrinkle th...
fruits 14 10 FRUIT, to produce an...
frumps 17 16 FRUMP, (obsolete) to...
frusts 14 10 FRUST, a fragment [n...
fryers 19 11 FRYER, a pan or cont...
fucous 16 14 of or pertaining to...
fudges 14 13 FUDGE, to falsify [v...
fueros 12 10 FUERO, (Spanish) a B...
fugies 14 12 FUGIE, (Scots) a coc...
fugios 14 12 FUGIO, a former coin...
fugles 15 13 FUGLE, (Carlyle) to...
fugues 14 13 FUGUE, to compose a...
fumers 14 13 FUMER, one that fume...
fumets 14 13 FUMET, (archaic) the...
fumous 14 14 full of fumes [adj]
fundis 13 12 FUNDI, in South Afri...
fundus 13 13 the inner basal surf...
fungos 13 13 FUNGO, a fly ball hi...
fungus 14 14 any of the major gro...
furals 14 11 FURAL, a liquid obta...
furans 12 11 FURAN, a chemical us...
furies 13 10 FURY, violent anger...
furols 14 11 FUROL, a liquid obta...
furors 13 10 FUROR, an outburst o...
furzes 16 19 FURZE, a spiny shrub...
fusees 12 10 FUSEE, a large-heade...
fusels 14 11 FUSEL, a nauseous mi...
fusils 15 11 FUSIL, a type of fli...
fusses 13 10 FUSS, to be overly c...
futons 12 11 FUTON, a cotton fill...
futzes 16 19 FUTZ, to spend time...
fuzees 15 19 FUZEE, a match with...
fuzils 18 20 FUZIL, a type of fli...
fuzzes 19 28 FUZZ, to become fuzz...
fynbos 20 15 in South Africa, an...
fyttes 19 11 FYTTE, (archaic) a d...
gabbas 15 14 GABBA, a style of el...
gabies 13 11 GABY, (dialect) a si...
gables 14 12 GABLE, to form a gab...
gaches 16 13 GACH, to behave boas...
gaddis 12 10 GADDI, the cushioned...
gadges 12 11 GADGE, an instrument...
gadids 12 10 GADID, a type of fis...
gadjes 13 18 GADJE, a fellow, als...
gadjos 13 18 GADJO, a non-gypsy,...
gaffes 15 14 GAFFE, a social blun...
gagers 12 10 GAGER, one who gauge...
gaitas 11 8 GAITA, a Spanish bag...
gaitts 12 8 GAITT, (Scots) a chi...
galahs 14 11 GALAH, an Australian...
galeas 11 9 GALEA, a helmet-shap...
gallus 14 11 bold, daring, fit fo...
galops 14 12 GALOP, to dance a ga...
galuts 13 10 GALUT, (Hebrew) the...
galvos 14 13 GALVO, an instrument...
gamays 18 13 GAMAY, a variety of...
gambas 14 14 GAMBA, a bass viol [...
gambes 14 14 GAMBE, in heraldry,...
gambos 14 14 GAMBO, (Welsh) a sim...
gamers 12 11 GAMER, a player who...
gamins 12 12 GAMIN, (French) a st...
gammas 13 14 GAMMA, the third let...
gammes 13 14 GAMME, a musical sca...
gamuts 13 12 GAMUT, the complete...
ganefs 12 12 GANEF, a thief, also...
ganevs 12 13 GANEV, a thief, also...
ganjas 12 18 GANJA, cannabis used...
ganofs 12 12 GANOF, a thief, also...
gapers 13 11 GAPER, a mollusc wit...
garbes 13 11 GARBE, a (heraldic)...
garbos 13 11 GARBO, (Australian s...
garres 11 8 GARRE, to make, comp...
garths 14 10 GARTH, a small yard...
garums 13 12 GARUM, a thick fish...
gashes 13 10 GASH, to make a long...
gasses 11 8 GAS, to poison with...
gaters 11 8 GATER, an alligator,...
gators 11 8 GATOR, an alligator,...
gauges 12 11 GAUGE, to measure pr...
gaujes 13 18 GAUJE, (Romany) a fe...
gaults 13 10 GAULT, a heavy thick...
gaunts 11 10 GAUNT, to yawn, also...
gaupus 14 13 (dialect) a silly pe...
gauzes 14 18 GAUZE, a transparent...
gavels 14 13 GAVEL, to signal for...
gavots 13 12 GAVOT, a kind of Fre...
gawpus 17 15 (dialect) a silly pe...
gayals 18 11 GAYAL, an Indian dom...
gazals 15 18 GAZAL, a Persian or...
gazars 14 17 GAZAR, (French) a st...
gazers 14 17 GAZER, one who gazes...
gazons 13 18 GAZON, (obsolete) on...
gazoos 13 17 GAZOO, a toy musical...
geares 10 8 GEARE, (Spenser) to...
geburs 14 12 GEBUR, (historical)...
geckos 15 15 GECKO, a kind of sma...
geests 11 8 GEEST, alluvial matt...
geists 12 8