8 letter words that end with S

8 letter words that end with S

8 letter S word

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abactors 18 14 ABACTOR, (obsolete)...
abacuses 18 15 ABACUS, a counting f...
abalones 14 13 ABALONE, a sea snail...
abandons 13 14 ABANDON, to leave or...
abatises 15 11 ABATIS, a barrier ma...
abatures 15 12 ABATURE, (French) a...
abbacies 20 17 ABBACY, the office o...
abbesses 17 14 ABBESS, a female abb...
abdomens 15 16 ABDOMEN, in mammals,...
abducens 18 17 a cranial nerve [n A...
abettals 16 12 ABETTAL, the act of...
abetters 15 11 ABETTER, one who abe...
abettors 15 11 ABETTOR, one who abe...
abfarads 17 15 ABFARAD, a unit of c...
abhenrys 23 16 ABHENRY, a unit of i...
abidings 17 15 ABIDING, a continuan...
abigails 18 14 ABIGAIL, (archaic) a...
abjoints 17 21 ABJOINT, to cut off...
abjurers 18 21 ABJURER, one who abj...
ablators 16 12 ABLATOR, a substance...
ableisms 18 15 ABLEISM, discriminat...
ableists 17 12 ABLEIST, someone who...
abluents 16 14 ABLUENT, a cleansing...
abomasus 16 15 the fourth stomach o...
abortees 14 11 ABORTEE, a woman who...
aborters 15 11 ABORTER, one who abo...
aboulias 16 13 ABOULIA, (Greek) an...
abraders 15 12 ABRADER, a tool for...
abreacts 18 14 ABREACT, to resolve...
abridges 17 14 ABRIDGE, to shorten...
abrookes 15 15 ABROOKE, an erroneou...
abrosias 15 11 ABROSIA, fasting [n]
abscinds 19 16 ABSCIND, to cut off...
abscises 19 14 ABSCISE, to cut off,...
absconds 18 16 ABSCOND, to depart s...
absences 17 15 ABSENCE, the state o...
absinths 18 14 ABSINTH, (French) th...
absolves 18 16 ABSOLVE, to free fro...
abstains 15 12 ABSTAIN, to refrain...
abthanes 16 14 ABTHANE, a monastic...
abusages 16 14 ABUSAGE, improper or...
abusions 15 13 ABUSION, (Spenser) m...
abuttals 17 13 ABUTTAL, the butting...
abutters 16 12 ABUTTER, a person wh...
academes 16 15 ACADEME, the academi...
acalephs 21 17 ACALEPH, any cnidari...
acanthas 17 14 ACANTHA, a sharp spi...
acanthus 18 15 a prickly plant with...
acapnias 17 15 ACAPNIA, a lack of c...
acarines 15 12 ACARINE, a tick-like...
acarpous 18 15 not bearing fruit [a...
acatours 16 12 ACATOUR, (obsolete)...
acaulous 17 14 having a very short...
acceders 19 15 ACCEDER, one who acc...
accesses 19 14 ACCESS, to have entr...
accidias 20 15 ACCIDIA, (Latin) slo...
accidies 20 15 ACCIDIE, (Latin) slo...
accinges 20 17 ACCINGE, to gird up...
acclaims 22 18 ACCLAIM, to shout ap...
accoasts 19 14 ACCOAST, to lie or s...
accompts 23 20 ACCOMPT, to explain...
accounts 19 16 ACCOUNT, to explain...
accourts 20 15 ACCOURT, to entertai...
accretes 19 14 ACCRETE, to grow tog...
accruals 21 16 ACCRUAL, an accumula...
accurses 20 15 ACCURSE, to make cur...
accusals 21 16 ACCUSAL, an accusati...
accusers 20 15 ACCUSER, one who acc...
acequias 24 21 ACEQUIA, (Spanish) a...
acerolas 16 12 ACEROLA, a West Indi...
acetates 15 11 ACETATE, an ester of...
acetones 14 12 ACETONE, the simples...
acharyas 24 15 ACHARYA, (Sanskrit)...
achieves 20 17 ACHIEVE, to carry ou...
achiness 18 14 the state of having...
achiotes 18 13 ACHIOTE, (Nahuatl) t...
acholias 19 14 ACHOLIA, a lack of b...
aciculas 21 16 ACICULA, (Latin) a n...
acidness 16 13 acidity; sourness [n...
acidoses 16 12 ACIDOSIS, the presen...
acidosis 17 12 the presence of abno...
acoelous 16 13 lacking a coelom, a...
acolytes 23 14 ACOLYTE, a faithful...
acolyths 26 16 ACOLYTH, (obsolete)...
aconites 15 12 ACONITE, a poisonous...
acouchis 22 17 ACOUCHI, a burrowing...
acquests 25 21 ACQUEST, a thing acq...
acquires 25 21 ACQUIRE, to come int...
acquists 26 21 ACQUIST, a thing acq...
acquites 25 21 ACQUITE, (obsolete)...
acrasias 16 11 ACRASIA, a loss of s...
acrasins 16 12 ACRASIN, a substance...
acreages 16 13 ACREAGE, area in acr...
acridins 17 13 ACRIDIN, a chemical...
acrobats 18 14 ACROBAT, one skilled...
acrogens 16 14 ACROGEN, a cryptogam...
acronyms 23 17 ACRONYM, a word form...
acroters 16 11 ACROTER, a pedestal...
acrylics 28 17 ACRYLIC, a type of r...
acrylyls 32 17 ACRYLYL, an organic...
actinias 16 12 ACTINIA, a sea-anemo...
actinons 15 13 ACTINON, an isotope...
actuates 16 12 ACTUATE, to put into...
acuities 17 12 ACUITY, sharpness [n...
acushlas 20 15 ACUSHLA, (Irish) an...
acylates 23 14 ACYLATE, to introduc...
acyloins 23 15 ACYLOIN, a type of c...
adamants 13 13 ADAMANT, a legendary...
adapters 15 12 ADAPTER, something t...
adaptors 15 12 ADAPTOR, something t...
adducers 17 14 ADDUCER, one who add...
adelgids 16 13 ADELGID, a kind of s...
adenines 11 11 ADENINE, one of the...
adenitis 13 10 inflammation of glan...
adenoids 12 11 ADENOID, glandular t...
adenomas 12 13 ADENOMA, a tumor of...
adenoses 11 10 ADENOSIS, abnormal g...
adenosis 12 10 abnormal growth of g...
adermins 14 13 ADERMIN, a former na...
adharmas 16 14 ADHARMA, (Sanskrit)...
adherers 15 11 ADHERER, one who rem...
adhibits 19 14 ADHIBIT, to attach;...
adiposes 15 12 ADIPOSIS, obesity [n...
adiposis 16 12 obesity [n ADIPOSES]
adipsias 16 12 ADIPSIA, complete la...
adjoints 15 19 ADJOINT, a form of a...
adjourns 15 20 ADJOURN, to suspend...
adjudges 17 22 ADJUDGE, to decide;...
adjuncts 19 23 ADJUNCT, something a...
adjurers 16 19 ADJURER, one who com...
adjurors 16 19 ADJUROR, one who com...
admasses 14 12 ADMASS, the mass aud...
admirals 16 13 ADMIRAL, the chief c...
admirers 15 12 ADMIRER, one who adm...
adonises 12 10 ADONIS [v]
adonizes 15 19 ADONIZE, to adorn (o...
adoptees 14 12 ADOPTEE, one who is...
adopters 15 12 ADOPTER, one who ado...
adorners 12 10 ADORNER, one who ado...
adrenals 13 11 ADRENAL, an adrenal...
adspeaks 16 16 ADSPEAK, the kind of...
adulates 14 11 ADULATE, to fawn upo...
aduncous 16 15 hooked [adj]
advances 17 17 ADVANCE, to put forw...
advisees 15 13 ADVISEE, one who is...
advisers 16 13 ADVISER, one who giv...
advisors 16 13 ADVISOR, one who giv...
aeneuses 11 10 AENEUS, a kind of aq...
aeradios 12 9 AERADIO, a Canadian...
aerators 12 8 AERATOR, that which...
aerifies 15 11 AERIFY, to infuse ai...
aerobats 14 11 AEROBAT, one who per...
aerobics 18 14 exercise for conditi...
aerobots 14 11 AEROBOT, an unmanned...
aerogels 14 11 AEROGEL, a highly po...
aerosats 12 8 AEROSAT, a satellite...
aerosols 13 9 AEROSOL, a spray rel...
affaires 17 14 AFFAIRE, (French) a...
affeares 16 14 AFFEARE, (Spenser) t...
affiants 17 15 AFFIANT, one who mak...
affiches 23 19 AFFICHE, (French) a...
affixers 24 21 AFFIXER, one who aff...
afflatus 19 16 inspiration, a divin...
afflicts 23 18 AFFLICT, to distress...
affluxes 25 23 AFFLUX, a flowing to...
affoords 17 15 AFFOORD, (Spenser) t...
afforces 20 17 AFFORCE, to strength...
affronts 17 15 AFFRONT, to insult t...
afghanis 18 16 AFGHANI, a monetary...
agametes 14 13 AGAMETE, an asexual...
agamoids 15 14 AGAMOID, a member of...
agamonts 14 14 AGAMONT, in protozoa...
agaroses 13 10 AGAROSE, a sugar obt...
agatises 14 10 AGATISE, to cause to...
agatizes 17 19 AGATIZE, to cause to...
agedness 13 12 the state of being a...
agelasts 15 11 AGELAST, someone who...
agemates 14 13 AGEMATE, a person of...
agencies 16 14 AGENCY, a organizati...
agendums 15 16 AGENDUM, an item on...
ageneses 12 11 AGENESIS, absence or...
agenesis 13 11 absence or imperfect...
agenises 13 11 AGENISE, to treat fl...
agenizes 16 20 AGENIZE, to treat fl...
ageusias 14 11 AGEUSIA, lack of a s...
aggadahs 17 15 AGGADAH, the homilet...
aggraces 18 15 AGGRACE, (Spenser) t...
aggrades 15 13 AGGRADE, to raise th...
aggrates 15 12 AGGRATE, (Spenser) t...
aginners 13 12 AGINNER, an opponent...
agisters 15 10 AGISTER, a former of...
agistors 15 10 AGISTOR, a former of...
agitates 14 10 AGITATE, to stir vio...
agitpops 19 16 AGITPOP, pop music a...
aglycons 24 17 AGLYCON, an organic...
agnomens 13 15 AGNOMEN, (Latin) a n...
agnosias 13 11 AGNOSIA, the loss of...
agonises 13 11 AGONISE, to suffer a...
agonisms 15 14 AGONISM, a contest o...
agonists 14 11 AGONIST, a protagoni...
agonizes 16 20 AGONIZE, to suffer a...
agouties 14 11 AGOUTY, a burrowing...
agraffes 18 16 AGRAFFE, (French) a...
agremens 14 14 (French) courtesies,...
aidances 15 13 AIDANCE, help [n]
ailantos 13 10 AILANTO, (Amboina) a...
ailerons 13 10 AILERON, a balancing...
ailettes 14 9 AILETTE, a plate of...
ailments 15 13 AILMENT, a physical...
ainsells 15 11 AINSELL, one's own s...
airballs 18 13 AIRBALL, in basketba...
airbases 15 11 AIRBASE, a centre fo...
airboats 15 11 AIRBOAT, a kind of b...
airbuses 16 12 AIRBUS, (tradename)...
aircrews 20 14 AIRCREW, the crew of...
airdates 13 9 AIRDATE, the schedul...
airdrops 16 12 AIRDROP, to drop fro...
airfares 15 11 AIRFARE, the price o...
airflows 20 15 AIRFLOW, a flow of a...
airfoils 17 12 AIRFOIL, part of an...
airglows 19 14 AIRGLOW, a faint lig...
airheads 15 11 AIRHEAD, an empty-he...
airholes 16 11 AIRHOLE, a hole for...
airiness 13 9 the state of being a...
airlifts 18 12 AIRLIFT, to transpor...
airlines 14 10 AIRLINE, an air tran...
airlocks 19 16 AIRLOCK, an obstruct...
airmails 16 12 AIRMAIL, to send mai...
airparks 17 15 AIRPARK, a small air...
airplays 23 14 AIRPLAY, the broadca...
airports 16 11 AIRPORT, a tract of...
airposts 16 11 AIRPOST, the system...
airsheds 16 11 AIRSHED, the air sup...
airships 19 13 AIRSHIP, a mechanica...
airshots 16 10 AIRSHOT, in golf, a...
airshows 19 13 AIRSHOW, an occasion...
airsides 14 9 AIRSIDE, restricted...
airstops 16 11 AIRSTOP, a helicopte...
airtimes 15 11 AIRTIME, an allowabl...
airtrams 15 11 AIRTRAM, an aerial c...
airwards 17 12 up into the air, als...
airwaves 18 15 AIRWAVE, a channel f...
aislings 16 12 AISLING, (Irish) a v...
ajutages 16 20 AJUTAGE, (French) a...
akineses 13 13 AKINESIS, loss of vo...
akinesis 14 13 loss of voluntary mo...
akirahos 16 14 AKIRAHO, (Maori) a s...
akrasias 14 12 AKRASIA, (Greek) los...
akvavits 19 20 AKVAVIT, (Norwegian)...
alamedas 14 13 ALAMEDA, (Spanish) a...
alamodes 14 13 ALAMODE, (French) a...
alanines 12 11 ALANINE, an amino ac...
alannahs 14 13 ALANNAH, (Irish) my...
alastors 14 9 ALASTOR, an avenging...
alations 13 10 ALATION, the state o...
albedoes 15 13 ALBEDO, the measure...
albiness 16 13 (archaic) a female a...
albizias 20 21 ALBIZIA, any of a ge...
albumens 17 17 ALBUMEN, the white o...
albumins 18 17 ALBUMIN, the protein...
alcaides 17 13 ALCAIDE, the command...
alcaldes 18 14 ALCALDE, the mayor o...
alcatras 17 12 a kind of large wate...
alcaydes 23 15 ALCAYDE, the command...
alcazars 20 21 ALCAZAR, a Spanish f...
alcheras 19 14 ALCHERA, the dreamti...
alcohols 20 15 ALCOHOL, a flammable...
alcopops 21 18 ALCOPOP, a drink con...
alcorzas 20 21 ALCORZA, a kind of S...
alecosts 17 12 ALECOST, a garden pl...
alembics 21 18 ALEMBIC, an old dist...
alencons 15 14 ALENCON, (French) a...
alepines 15 13 ALEPINE, (Arabic) a...
alerions 13 10 ALERION, in heraldry...
aleurons 13 11 ALEURON, a protein f...
alewives 19 16 ALEWIFE, a woman who...
alexines 19 17 ALEXINE, a substance...
alfalfas 19 16 ALFALFA, the fodder...
alfaquis 25 22 ALFAQUI, a teacher o...
alforjas 18 21 ALFORJA, (Arabic) a...
algebras 17 14 ALGEBRA, a method of...
algesias 15 11 ALGESIA, sensitivity...
alicants 17 13 ALICANT, (Spanish) a...
alidades 14 11 ALIDADE, a device us...
alienees 12 10 ALIENEE, one to whom...
alieners 13 10 ALIENER, one that tr...
alienors 13 10 ALIENOR, a person wh...
aligners 15 12 ALIGNER, one who ali...
aliments 15 13 ALIMENT, to feed, no...
aliquots 23 19 ALIQUOT, a number th...
alizaris 18 18 ALIZARI, a Mediterra...
alkalies 16 14 ALKALI, a substance...
alkanets 14 14 ALKANET, a wild flow...
allayers 21 12 ALLAYER, one who, or...
alledges 16 13 ALLEDGE, to allay, a...
allegers 16 12 ALLEGER, one who all...
allegges 17 14 ALLEGGE, (Spenser) t...
allegros 16 12 ALLEGRO, a musical p...
allheals 18 13 ALLHEAL, a medicinal...
allicins 19 14 ALLICIN, a liquid co...
allobars 17 13 ALLOBAR, a change in...
allonges 15 13 ALLONGE [n]
allonyms 22 16 ALLONYM, the name of...
allovers 17 14 ALLOVER, a fabric wi...
alloxans 20 18 ALLOXAN, an oxidatio...
allseeds 15 11 ALLSEED, a weed of t...
allsorts 16 10 things of various sh...
allurers 16 11 ALLURER, one who all...
almanacs 17 16 ALMANAC, a register...
almemars 16 15 ALMEMAR, (Hebrew) a...
almeries 15 12 ALMERY, a cupboard f...
almirahs 18 14 ALMIRAH, (Hindi) a w...
almoners 14 13 ALMONER, a giver of...
alnagers 14 12 ALNAGER, an inspecto...
alodiums 16 14 ALODIUM, land held a...
aloetics 17 12 ALOETIC, a medicine...
alpaccas 22 18 ALPACCA, a type of n...
alphorns 18 15 ALPHORN, (German) a...
alphosis 19 14 a lack of skin pigme...
alterers 14 9 ALTERER, one who alt...
alternes 13 10 ALTERNE, one of two...
altesses 14 9 ALTESSE, (French) hi...
altezzas 20 27 ALTEZZA, (Italian) h...
althaeas 15 11 ALTHAEA, a genus of...
althorns 16 12 ALTHORN, (German) an...
altoists 15 9 ALTOIST, one who pla...
altrices 18 12 birds whose young ar...
aluminas 15 14 ALUMINA, an oxide of...
alumines 15 14 ALUMINE, an oxide of...
alumiums 18 17 ALUMIUM, (obsolete)...
alunites 14 11 ALUNITE, a hydrous s...
alveoles 16 14 ALVEOLE, a small bod...
alveolus 17 15 a small body cavity,...
alyssums 23 15 ALYSSUM, a plant of...
amalgams 17 17 AMALGAM, an alloy of...
amandlas 14 14 AMANDLA, (South Afri...
amanitas 13 12 AMANITA, a kind of p...
amaracus 17 15 (Latin) the herb mar...
amarants 13 12 AMARANT, a fabled ne...
amarones 12 12 AMARONE, a strong dr...
amassers 14 11 AMASSER, one who ama...
amateurs 14 12 AMATEUR, one who eng...
amations 13 12 AMATION, lovemaking...
amautiks 16 16 AMAUTIK, (Inuit) an...
ambaches 21 19 AMBACH, a pith tree,...
ambaries 16 14 AMBARY, (Hindi) a fi...
amberies 16 14 AMBERY, a cupboard f...
amberous 16 15 containing amber [ad...
ambients 16 15 AMBIENT, something w...
amblings 19 18 AMBLING, walking at...
amboinas 15 15 AMBOINA, a reddish-b...
amboynas 21 17 AMBOYNA, a reddish-b...
ambroids 17 15 AMBROID, a synthetic...
ambsaces 19 17 AMBSACE, bad luck, a...
ambushes 19 17 AMBUSH, to attack fr...
ameioses 13 11 AMEIOSIS, the non-pa...
ameiosis 14 11 the non-pairing of t...
amenages 13 14 AMENAGE, (Spenser) t...
amenders 13 13 AMENDER, one who ame...
amentias 13 12 AMENTIA, mental defi...
amercers 17 14 AMERCER, one who ame...
amesaces 16 14 AMESACE, a double ac...
amiantus 14 13 the finest fibrous a...
amidases 14 12 AMIDASE, an enzyme t...
amidines 14 13 AMIDINE, the soluble...
amidones 13 13 AMIDONE, a synthetic...
amildars 16 13 AMILDAR, (Urdu) a fa...
amirates 14 11 AMIRATE, the rank of...
amitoses 14 11 AMITOSIS, direct cel...
amitosis 15 11 direct cell division...
ammeters 15 14 AMMETER, an instrume...
ammirals 17 15 AMMIRAL, (Milton) a...
ammonals 15 16 AMMONAL, a powerful...
ammonias 14 15 AMMONIA, a pungent c...
amnesias 13 12 AMNESIA, loss of mem...
amnesics 17 15 AMNESIC, one who suf...
amniotes 13 12 AMNIOTE, a vertebrat...
amokuras 15 16 AMOKURA, a white pel...
amorisms 16 14 AMORISM, a love affa...
amorists 15 11 AMORIST, a lover; a...
amorosas 13 11 AMOROSA, (Italian) a...
amorosos 13 11 AMOROSO, (Italian) a...
amosites 14 11 AMOSITE, a brown for...
amotions 13 12 AMOTION, the removal...
amphoras 18 16 AMPHORA, a two-handl...
amplexus 24 23 the mating embrace o...
ampoules 17 16 AMPOULE, a small sea...
amputees 16 15 AMPUTEE, one who has...
amreetas 13 11 AMREETA, (Sanskrit)...
amtracks 19 18 AMTRACK, a military...
amygdals 23 17 AMYGDAL, (obsolete)...
amylases 21 14 AMYLASE, any of the...
amylenes 20 15 AMYLENE, an unsatura...
amyloids 22 15 AMYLOID, a substance...
amyloses 21 14 AMYLOSE, the relativ...
anabases 13 12 ANABASIS, an expedit...
anabasis 14 12 an expedition or an...
anableps 17 16 any of a genus of bo...
anaemias 12 12 ANAEMIA, a disorder...
anagoges 13 13 ANAGOGE, a mystical...
anagrams 14 14 ANAGRAM, to transpos...
analects 16 13 collected literary f...
analgias 14 12 ANALGIA, inability t...
analyses 19 12 ANALYSIS, the separa...
analysis 20 12 the separation of a...
analysts 20 12 ANALYST, someone ski...
analytes 19 12 ANALYTE, a substance...
analyzes 22 21 ANALYZE, to subject...
ananases 10 10 ANANAS, a pineapple,...
anapests 14 12 ANAPEST, a type of m...
anaphors 16 14 ANAPHOR, the repetit...
anatases 11 9 ANATASE, a mineral,...
anatexes 17 16 ANATEXIS, the partia...
anatexis 18 16 the partial melting...
anatmans 12 13 ANATMAN, (Sanskrit)...
anburies 15 13 ANBURY, a soft flesh...
anchusas 18 15 ANCHUSA, a hairy-ste...
ancients 15 13 ANCIENT, an old pers...
ancillas 18 14 ANCILLA, (Latin) a h...
andantes 11 11 ANDANTE, a moderatel...
andirons 12 11 ANDIRON, a metal sup...
androids 13 11 ANDROID, an automato...
andviles 16 15 ANDVILE, (Spenser) a...
anelaces 15 13 ANELACE, (archaic) a...
anemones 11 13 ANEMONE, any member...
anemoses 12 12 ANEMOSIS, the separa...
anemosis 13 12 the separation of ri...
anergias 13 11 ANERGIA, lack of ene...
anergies 13 11 ANERGY, the failure...
aneroids 12 10 ANEROID, a type of b...
anestrus 13 10 a period of sexual d...
anethols 15 12 ANETHOL, an aromatic...
aneurins 12 11 ANEURIN, vitamin B1,...
angakoks 15 19 ANGAKOK, (Inuit) an...
angarias 13 11 ANGARIA, the legal r...
angaries 13 11 ANGARY, the legal ri...
angekoks 15 19 ANGEKOK, (Inuit) an...
anginous 13 13 relating to angina [...
angiomas 14 14 ANGIOMA, a benign tu...
anglings 16 15 ANGLING, the sport o...
anglists 16 12 ANGLIST, an expert o...
angulous 15 14 having an angle [adj...
anhingas 15 14 ANHINGA, an aquatic...
anilines 13 11 ANILINE, a product o...
animates 13 12 ANIMATE, to give lif...
animatos 13 12 ANIMATO, (Italian) a...
animisms 16 15 ANIMISM, the attribu...
animists 15 12 ANIMIST, one who ind...
animuses 14 13 ANIMUS, (Latin) a us...
aniseeds 12 10 ANISEED, the dried f...
anisoles 13 10 ANISOLE, a colourles...
anklongs 15 17 ANKLONG, (Javanese)...
anklungs 16 18 ANKLUNG, (Javanese)...
ankushes 16 16 ANKUSH, an elephant...
annattas 11 10 ANNATTA, a yellowish...
annattos 11 10 ANNATTO, a yellowish...
annelids 13 12 ANNELID, any of a ph...
annicuts 16 14 ANNICUT, (Tamil) a d...
annoyers 17 12 ANNOYER, one who ann...
annulars 13 12 ANNULAR, the ring fi...
annulets 13 12 ANNULET, a small rin...
anobiids 15 13 ANOBIID, any of a fa...
anodises 12 10 ANODISE, to give a p...
anodizes 15 19 ANODIZE, to give a p...
anodynes 17 13 ANODYNE, a medicine...
anolytes 19 12 ANOLYTE, the part of...
anonymas 18 15 ANONYMA, (obsolete)...
anopsias 14 12 ANOPSIA, a visual de...
anosmias 13 12 ANOSMIA, the loss of...
anourous 12 11 tailless, also ANURO...
anserous 12 10 resembling a goose;...
antacids 16 13 ANTACID, a remedy fo...
antbears 14 12 ANTBEAR, the great a...
antbirds 16 13 ANTBIRD, any of a gr...
antennas 10 11 ANTENNA, a feeler in...
anthemis 16 14 a genus of aromatic...
antheses 14 11 ANTHESIS, a fully op...
anthesis 15 11 a fully opened flowe...
anthills 18 13 ANTHILL, a mound rai...
antibias 15 12 opposed to bias [adj...
antiboss 15 12 opposed to bosses [a...
antickes 17 16 ANTICKE, an antic, a...
anticous 16 13 on the anterior side...
antients 12 10 ANTIENT, an ancient...
antigens 13 12 ANTIGEN, a substance...
antilogs 15 12 ANTILOG, a number co...
antiques 21 19 ANTIQUE, to alter th...
antlions 13 11 ANTLION, an insect t...
antonyms 19 15 ANTONYM, a word oppo...
anureses 12 10 ANURESIS, inability...
anuresis 13 10 inability to urinate...
aortitis 14 8 inflammation of the...
apadanas 13 13 APADANA, the great h...
apagoges 16 15 APAGOGE, proving a p...
apanages 14 14 APANAGE, endowment f...
aparejos 16 20 APAREJO, (Spanish) a...
apathies 17 13 APATHY, indifference...
apatites 15 11 APATITE, a mineral,...
apehoods 16 14 APEHOOD, the state o...
apepsias 17 14 APEPSIA, failure or...
apepsies 17 14 APEPSY, failure or a...
aphagias 18 15 APHAGIA, the inabili...
aphakias 18 17 APHAKIA, absence of...
aphasias 17 13 APHASIA, the inabili...
aphasics 21 16 APHASIC, one sufferi...
aphonias 16 14 APHONIA, loss of voi...
aphonics 20 17 APHONIC, one sufferi...
aphonies 16 14 APHONY, loss of voic...
aphonous 16 15 voiceless [adj]
aphthous 20 16 pertaining to, or ca...
apiaries 15 11 APIARY, a place wher...
apiculus 21 17 a sharp point at the...
aplanats 15 13 APLANAT, an aplanati...
aplasias 16 12 APLASIA, defective d...
apneuses 14 13 APNEUSIS, protracted...
apneusis 15 13 protracted gasping i...
apoapses 16 14 APOAPSIS, the high p...
apoapsis 17 14 the high point in an...
apocarps 20 17 APOCARP, a fruit hav...
apocopes 19 17 APOCOPE, the omissio...
apodoses 14 12 APODOSIS, the main c...
apodosis 15 12 the main clause of a...
apolunes 15 14 APOLUNE, the point i...
apomicts 20 17 APOMICT, an organism...
apomixes 22 21 APOMIXIS, nonsexual...
apomixis 23 21 nonsexual reproducti...
apostils 17 12 APOSTIL, a marginal...
apostles 16 12 APOSTLE, one sent by...
apothems 18 16 APOTHEM, the perpend...
apparats 17 14 APPARAT, (Russian) t...
apparels 18 15 APPAREL, to dress [v...
appeases 16 14 APPEASE, to bring to...
apperils 19 15 APPERIL, (Shakespear...
applauds 19 17 APPLAUD, to express...
appliers 19 15 APPLIER, one who app...
appoints 17 15 APPOINT, to assign t...
apposers 17 14 APPOSER, (obsolete)...
apprises 18 14 APPRISE, to inform,...
apprizes 21 23 APPRIZE, to inform,...
approofs 19 17 APPROOF, (archaic) t...
approves 19 18 APPROVE, to regard f...
appulses 19 16 APPULSE, the close a...
apraxias 21 18 APRAXIA, an inabilit...
apricots 19 14 APRICOT, a fruit of...
aptamers 16 14 APTAMER, any of vari...
apterous 15 12 wingless, also APTER...
apyrases 21 13 APYRASE, any of seve...
aquafers 23 21 AQUAFER, an undergro...
aquafits 24 21 AQUAFIT, a type of a...
aquatics 25 21 AQUATIC, an organism...
aquavits 24 22 AQUAVIT, (Norwegian)...
aquifers 24 21 AQUIFER, an undergro...
aquilons 22 20 AQUILON, (Shakespear...
arabesks 16 15 ARABESK, a design of...
arabicas 18 14 ARABICA, (Latin) cof...
arabises 15 11 ARABIS, (Latin) any...
arabizes 18 20 ARABIZE, to adopt Ar...
araceous 15 12 pertaining to the ar...
araneids 12 10 ARANEID, a spider [n...
araneous 11 10 transparent; delicat...
ararobas 14 11 ARAROBA, a Brazilian...
arbiters 16 11 ARBITER, a person wi...
arblasts 17 12 ARBLAST, a type of c...
arborets 15 11 ARBORET, (obsolete)...
arborios 15 11 ARBORIO, a round-gra...
arborous 15 12 pertaining to trees...
arcadias 16 12 ARCADIA, (Latin) an...
arcanums 17 16 ARCANUM, (Latin) a s...
archaeus 18 14 an inner controlling...
archfoes 20 16 ARCHFOE, a principal...
archines 18 14 ARCHINE, an old Russ...
archings 20 16 ARCHING, a series of...
archives 21 17 ARCHIVE, to file in...
archlets 20 14 ARCHLET, a little ar...
archness 18 14 slyness [n -ES]
archways 28 18 ARCHWAY, a passagewa...
arckings 19 18 ARCKING, an electric...
arcsines 16 12 ARCSINE, a trigonome...
arctiids 18 12 ARCTIID, a moth of t...
ardrighs 18 13 ARDRIGH, (Irish) a t...
areaches 17 13 AREACH, (Spenser) to...
areaways 21 13 AREAWAY, a sunken ar...
arenites 12 9 ARENITE, a rock made...
argonons 12 12 ARGONON, another nam...
argosies 14 10 ARGOSY, a large merc...
argufies 17 14 ARGUFY, to argue stu...
argyrias 21 12 ARGYRIA, skin pigmen...
ariaries 13 8 ARIARY, a currency o...
aridness 13 10 the state of being a...
ariettas 13 8 ARIETTA, a short ari...
ariettes 13 8 ARIETTE, a short ari...
armbands 16 16 ARMBAND, a band of c...
armerias 14 11 ARMERIA, the generic...
armholes 17 14 ARMHOLE, a hole in a...
armigers 16 13 ARMIGER, an armour-b...
armillas 17 13 ARMILLA, a bracelet,...
armloads 15 13 ARMLOAD, as much as...
armlocks 20 19 ARMLOCK, to grip by...
armoires 14 11 ARMOIRE, a large orn...
armorers 14 11 ARMORER, (US) one wh...
armories 14 11 ARMORY, a place wher...
armrests 15 11 ARMREST, a support f...
arnattos 12 9 ARNATTO, (Carib) a b...
arnottos 12 9 ARNOTTO, a bright or...
arousals 14 10 AROUSAL, the act of...
arousers 13 9 AROUSER, one who aro...
arquebus 24 22 (historical) a porta...
arraigns 14 11 ARRAIGN, to call bef...
arranges 13 11 ARRANGE, to put in o...
arrayals 20 11 ARRAYAL, the act of...
arrayers 19 10 ARRAYER, one who arr...
arreedes 12 9 ARREEDE, (Spenser) t...
arriages 14 10 ARRIAGE, (historical...
arrieros 13 8 ARRIERO, (Spanish) a...
arrishes 16 10 ARRISH, (dialect) a...
arrivals 17 13 ARRIVAL, the act of...
arrivers 16 12 ARRIVER, one who arr...
arsenals 13 10 ARSENAL, a storehous...
arsenics 16 12 ARSENIC, a metallic...
arsenous 12 10 pertaining to arseni...
arsheens 14 11 ARSHEEN, a Russian u...
arshines 15 11 ARSHINE, a Russian u...
arsonous 12 10 relating to arson [a...
arteries 13 8 ARTERY, a vessel tha...
articles 18 12 ARTICLE, in law, to...
artiness 13 9 the quality of being...
artisans 13 9 ARTISAN, a skilled w...
artistes 14 8 ARTISTE, (French) a...
artworks 18 15 ARTWORK, illustrativ...
arugolas 15 12 ARUGOLA, (Italian) a...
arugulas 16 13 ARUGULA, (Italian) a...
asbestos 15 11 fine fibrous mineral...
asbestus 16 12 a fine fibrous miner...
ascarids 17 12 ASCARID, any nematod...
ascetics 20 14 ASCETIC, one who pra...
ascribes 19 14 ASCRIBE, to attribut...
aseities 13 8 ASEITY, self-origina...
aseptics 19 14 ASEPTIC, an aseptic...
ashcakes 19 17 ASHCAKE, a cornmeal...
asheries 15 10 ASHERY, a place wher...
ashfalls 20 15 ASHFALL, a deposit o...
ashiness 15 11 the condition of bei...
ashramas 16 13 ASHRAMA, (Sanskrit)...
ashtrays 22 12 ASHTRAY, a receptacl...
asinicos 16 12 ASINICO, (Shakespear...
askances 16 16 ASKANCE, (Shakespear...
asocials 17 12 ASOCIAL, someone who...
asperges 16 13 ASPERGE, to sprinkle...
asperous 15 12 rough with short hai...
asperses 15 11 ASPERSE, to slander,...
asphalts 19 14 ASPHALT, to coat wit...
aspirers 16 11 ASPIRER, one who asp...
aspirins 16 12 ASPIRIN, a pain reli...
assagais 14 10 ASSAGAI, to pierce w...
assaults 15 10 ASSAULT, to attack [...
assayers 19 10 ASSAYER, one that as...
assegais 14 10 ASSEGAI, to pierce w...
assesses 13 8 ASSESS, to estimate...
assevers 15 12 ASSEVER, to solemnly...
assholes 16 11 ASSHOLE, an unpleasa...
assieges 14 10 ASSIEGE, (Spenser) t...
assizers 17 17 ASSIZER, an officer...
assuages 14 11 ASSUAGE, to make les...
assumers 15 12 ASSUMER, one who ass...
assureds 14 10 ASSURED, an insured...
assurers 14 9 ASSURER, one who ass...
assurors 14 9 ASSUROR, one who ass...
asswages 17 13 ASSWAGE, (obsolete)...
asswipes 19 14 ASSWIPE, (US offensi...
astangas 13 11 ASTANGA, (Sanskrit)...
astasias 13 8 ASTASIA, the inabili...
astatkis 15 12 ASTATKI, (Russian) t...
asteisms 15 11 ASTEISM, refined iro...
astelies 14 9 ASTELY, the absence...
asterias 13 8 ASTERIA, a precious...
asterids 14 9 ASTERID, a starfish,...
asthores 15 10 ASTHORE, (Irish) dar...
astilbes 17 12 ASTILBE, a plant of...
astomous 14 12 having no mouthlike...
astonies 12 9 ASTONY, to amaze or...
astounds 13 11 ASTOUND, to amaze [v...
astricts 18 11 ASTRICT, (archaic) t...
astroids 14 9 ASTROID, a four cusp...
atabrins 15 12 ATABRIN, (tradename)...
ataghans 15 13 ATAGHAN, a Muslim lo...
atalayas 19 11 ATALAYA, a watchtowe...
atavisms 17 15 ATAVISM, the reappea...
atavists 16 12 ATAVIST, a person wi...
atebrins 15 12 ATEBRIN, (tradename)...
ateliers 14 9 ATELIER, an artist's...
atemoyas 19 13 ATEMOYA, a tropical...
athanors 14 11 ATHANOR, an alchemis...
atheises 15 10 ATHEISE, to talk as...
atheisms 17 13 ATHEISM, a belief th...
atheists 16 10 ATHEIST, one who bel...
atheizes 18 19 ATHEIZE, to talk as...
athletas 16 11 ATHLETA, (obsolete)...
athletes 16 11 ATHLETE, a competito...
athodyds 22 14 ATHODYD, a type of j...
atishoos 15 10 ATISHOO [n]
atlantes 13 10 ATLAS, a book of map...
atomises 14 11 ATOMISE, to reduce t...
atomisms 16 14 ATOMISM, the theory...
atomists 15 11 ATOMIST, an adherent...
atomizes 17 20 ATOMIZE, to reduce t...
atresias 13 8 ATRESIA, absence or...
atropias 15 11 ATROPIA, a medicine...
atropins 15 12 ATROPIN, a medicine...
atropous 15 12 having a straight ov...
attaboys 21 13 ATTABOY, an interjec...
attaches 18 13 ATTACH, to connect a...
attaints 13 9 ATTAINT, to pass sen...
attempts 17 14 ATTEMPT, to endeavou...
attracts 17 11 ATTRACT, to cause to...
attrists 15 8 ATTRIST, (obsolete)...
attrites 14 8 ATTRITE, to wear dow...
attuites 14 9 ATTUITE, to sense bu...
auberges 16 14 AUBERGE, an inn, als...
aucepses 18 15 AUCEPS, (Latin) a ha...
auctions 16 13 AUCTION, to sell pub...
audibles 17 14 AUDIBLE, to call an...
audients 13 11 AUDIENT, a hearer [n...
auditees 13 10 AUDITEE, one that is...
auditors 14 10 AUDITOR, one that au...
aufgabes 18 17 AUFGABE, (German) a...
augments 15 15 AUGMENT, to increase...
augurers 15 12 AUGURER, (Shakespear...
auguries 15 12 AUGURY, the art of a...
augustes 15 12 AUGUSTE, (French) a...
aulnages 14 13 AULNAGE, cloth inspe...
aumbries 17 15 AUMBRY, a cupboard f...
aurelias 14 10 AURELIA, a genus of...
aureolas 13 10 AUREOLA, a halo [n]
aureoles 13 10 AUREOLE, to surround...
auricles 18 13 AURICLE, the outer p...
aurifies 16 12 AURIFY, to turn into...
ausforms 17 15 AUSFORM, (German) to...
auspices 19 15 AUSPICE, a good omen...
australs 15 10 AUSTRAL, a unit of c...
autarchs 19 14 AUTARCH, an absolute...
autocars 16 12 AUTOCAR, a motor car...
autocues 16 13 AUTOCUE, (tradename)...
automats 14 12 AUTOMAT, a restauran...
autonyms 20 15 AUTONYM, an author's...
autopens 14 13 AUTOPEN, a mechanica...
autoputs 16 13 AUTOPUT, a motorway...
autovacs 18 16 AUTOVAC, a vacuum me...
auxetics 23 19 AUXETIC, something t...
avarices 18 15 AVARICE, greed [n]
avengers 15 15 AVENGER, one that av...
aventres 14 13 AVENTRE, (Spenser) t...
averages 15 14 AVERAGE, to calculat...
averters 15 12 AVERTER, one who ave...
avgasses 16 14 AVGAS, any kind of a...
aviaries 15 12 AVIARY, a large bird...
aviators 15 12 AVIATOR, a pilot who...
avidness 15 14 avidity [n -ES]
aviettes 15 12 AVIETTE, (historical...
avionics 18 16 the science of aviat...
avocados 17 16 AVOCADO, a rough-ski...
avodires 15 13 AVODIRE, a yellow ha...
avoiders 15 13 AVOIDER, one who avo...
avouches 20 18 AVOUCH, (archaic) to...
avowries 18 15 AVOWRY, the act of a...
awaiters 16 11 AWAITER, one who awa...
awakings 18 18 AWAKING, the act of...
awardees 15 12 AWARDEE, a recipient...
awarders 16 12 AWARDER, one who awa...
awaydays 28 16 AWAYDAY, a one day e...
awayness 21 14 the state of being d...
awlbirds 21 16 AWLBIRD, (dialect) t...
awlworts 21 15 AWLWORT, an aquatic...
axebirds 22 19 AXEBIRD, a kind of n...
axillars 22 17 AXILLAR, a feather o...
axinites 19 16 AXINITE, a silicate...
axolotls 21 17 AXOLOTL, a type of M...
axonemes 18 19 AXONEME, a central s...
azimuths 21 23 AZIMUTH, the angle a...
azotises 16 17 AZOTISE, to combine...
azotizes 19 26 AZOTIZE, to combine...
azulejos 19 28 AZULEJO, (Spanish) a...
azurines 16 19 AZURINE, a freshwate...
azurites 17 18 AZURITE, a blue carb...
azygoses 23 21 AZYGOS, an unpaired...
azymites 24 22 AZYMITE, a member of...
baalebos 17 15 (Hebrew) the master...
baalisms 18 15 BAALISM, the worship...
baaskaps 18 18 BAASKAP, (Afrikaans)...
babassus 18 15 BABASSU, (Tupi) a Br...
babbelas 20 18 (Afrikaans) drunk, a...
babbitts 21 17 BABBITT, to fit with...
babblers 21 18 BABBLER, any of a fa...
babesias 17 14 BABESIA, a parasite...
babiches 23 19 BABICHE, a thong or...
babuches 23 20 BABUCHE, a kind of h...
babudoms 19 19 BABUDOM, the state o...
babuisms 20 18 BABUISM, the state o...
babysits 25 16 BABYSIT, to care for...
bacalaos 18 15 BACALAO, (Spanish) s...
baccalas 22 18 BACCALA, (Spanish) s...
baccaras 21 17 BACCARA, a French ca...
bacchius 25 20 a metrical foot comp...
bachatas 20 16 BACHATA, (Spanish) a...
bachchas 26 21 BACHCHA, (Hinglish)...
bacillus 22 17 any of the genus of...
backbars 22 21 BACKBAR, the space b...
backfats 22 21 BACKFAT, the layer o...
backfits 23 21 BACKFIT, to modify l...
backhoes 21 20 BACKHOE, to dig with...
backings 21 21 BACKING, a support [...
backless 21 19 having no back [adj]
backlogs 22 21 BACKLOG, to accumula...
backlots 21 19 BACKLOT, an outdoor...
backouts 20 19 BACKOUT, a reversal...
backsaws 23 21 BACKSAW, a saw (as a...
backsets 20 18 BACKSET [n]
backseys 26 20 BACKSEY, (Scots) sir...
baclavas 21 19 BACLAVA, a middle Ea...
baconers 17 15 BACONER, a pig suita...
baculums 22 20 BACULUM, the bone in...
badasses 15 12 BADASS, a difficult...
badlands 16 15 BADLAND, a barren, h...
badwares 18 15 BADWARE, malicious c...
bafflers 21 18 BAFFLER, a person wh...
bagarres 16 13 BAGARRE, (French) a...
bagasses 16 13 BAGASSE, dry refuse...
baggages 18 17 BAGGAGE, luggage [n]
baggings 19 18 BAGGING, material fo...
bagpipes 21 19 BAGPIPE, to play the...
bagworms 21 19 BAGWORM, one of seve...
bahadurs 18 15 BAHADUR, a Hindu tit...
bailiffs 22 18 BAILIFF, a sheriff's...
baillies 18 13 BAILLIE, in Scotland...
bailouts 17 13 BAILOUT, the act of...
bainites 15 12 BAINITE, a byproduct...
baitings 17 14 BAITING, fish or wor...
bakeoffs 20 21 BAKEOFF, a baking co...
bakeries 16 15 BAKERY, a baker's sh...
baklavas 19 20 BAKLAVA, a Middle Ea...
baklawas 20 19 BAKLAWA, a Middle Ea...
baladins 16 14 BALADIN, (French) a...
balafons 17 16 BALAFON, a musical i...
balances 18 16 BALANCE, to have equ...
baldness 16 14 the state of being b...
baldrics 21 16 BALDRIC, a warrior's...
balistas 17 12 BALISTA, a Roman mac...
balkings 19 19 BALKING, the act of...
ballades 17 14 BALLADE, (French) a...
ballants 17 14 BALLANT, to make bal...
ballasts 18 13 BALLAST, to load wit...
ballboys 26 18 BALLBOY, a boy who r...
ballings 19 16 BALLING, forming int...
balliums 20 17 BALLIUM, the outer w...
ballocks 22 20 to make a mess of, a...
balloons 16 14 BALLOON, to swell ou...
ballutes 18 14 BALLUTE, a small inf...
baloneys 21 15 BALONEY, deceptive t...
bambinos 18 18 BAMBINO, (Italian) a...
bandages 15 15 BANDAGE, to cover a...
bandanas 13 14 BANDANA, a large col...
bandaris 15 13 BANDARI, (Hindi) a f...
bandeaus 14 14 BANDEAU, (French) a...
bandings 16 16 BANDING, a streaming...
banditos 15 13 BANDITO, (Spanish) a...
bandooks 15 17 BANDOOK, (Urdu) indi...
bandoras 14 13 BANDORA, an ancient...
bandores 14 13 BANDORE, an ancient...
bandpass 17 16 the range of frequen...
bandrols 16 14 BANDROL, a small ban...
bandsaws 18 16 BANDSAW, a type of p...
banduras 15 14 BANDURA, a twelve-st...
bangkoks 18 22 BANGKOK, a straw hat...
banishes 17 14 BANISH, to expel, ex...
banjaxes 22 28 BANJAX, (slang) to r...
bankings 17 19 BANKING, the busines...
banksias 16 16 BANKSIA, an evergree...
bannings 15 16 BANNING, the act of...
bannocks 18 20 BANNOCK, (Scots) a f...
banoffis 19 18 BANOFFI, banana and...
banquets 23 22 BANQUET, to feast [v...
banselas 15 13 BANSELA, a gratuity...
banshees 16 14 BANSHEE, in Irish fo...
banshies 17 14 BANSHIE, in Irish fo...
bantengs 15 15 BANTENG, an ox, also...
bantings 16 15 BANTING, weight-redu...
baptises 18 14 BAPTISE, to administ...
baptisms 20 17 BAPTISM, immersion i...
baptists 19 14 BAPTIST, one who bap...
baptizes 21 23 BAPTIZE, to administ...
baracans 17 15 BARACAN, (French) a...
barbells 20 16 BARBELL, a weight-li...
barbless 19 15 having no barbs [adj...
barbolas 18 15 BARBOLA, an ornament...
barbules 19 16 BARBULE, a small bar...
barchans 20 17 BARCHAN, a crescent-...
barcodes 18 15 BARCODE, an arrangem...
bardisms 18 15 BARDISM, the study o...
bareness 14 12 the state of being b...
barflies 19 15 BARFLY, a drinker wh...
bargains 16 14 BARGAIN, to haggle o...
bargests 17 13 BARGEST, a doglike g...
bargoons 15 14 BARGOON, (Canadian s...
barillas 18 13 BARILLA, the alkali...
baristas 16 11 BARISTA, one who mak...
barkeeps 18 18 BARKEEP, (US) a bart...
barkhans 18 18 BARKHAN, a crescent-...
barkless 18 16 having no bark [adj]
barmaids 17 15 BARMAID, a female ba...
barmkins 18 19 BARMKIN, (archaic) a...
barmpots 19 17 BARMPOT, an idiot, f...
baroccos 21 17 BAROCCO, a bold deco...
baroness 14 12 the wife of a baron...
baronets 14 12 BARONET, the lowest...
baronies 14 12 BARONY, the territor...
baronnes 13 13 BARONNE, (French) a...
baroques 23 21 BAROQUE, a bold deco...
barraces 18 14 BARRACE, (obsolete)...
barracks 20 18 BARRACK, to shout en...
barrages 16 13 BARRAGE, to subject...
barricos 19 14 BARRICO, a small cas...
barriers 16 11 BARRIER, to shut by...
barrings 17 14 BARRING, an exclusio...
barrooms 16 14 BARROOM, a room in w...
bartends 15 13 BARTEND, to serve in...
bartsias 16 11 BARTSIA, a wild flow...
barwares 18 14 BARWARE, barroom equ...
barwoods 18 15 BARWOOD, a hard red...
barytons 21 14 BARYTON, a kind of b...
basaltes 16 12 unglazed stoneware [...
bascules 20 16 BASCULE, a type of b...
baseless 16 12 without foundation [...
baseness 14 12 the state of being b...
basenjis 17 21 BASENJI, (Bantu) a s...
bashings 19 16 BASHING, a malicious...
bashless 19 14 unashamed [adj]
bashliks 21 18 BASHLIK, a long Russ...
bashlyks 27 20 BASHLYK, a long Russ...
bashtags 19 15 BASHTAG, a hashtag u...
basifies 18 14 BASIFY, to convert i...
basinets 15 12 BASINET, a light hel...
basmatis 17 14 BASMATI, (Hindi) a t...
basoches 20 16 BASOCHE, a mediaeval...
bassetts 16 11 BASSETT, to outcrop,...
bassists 17 11 BASSIST, a person wh...
bassness 15 12 the state of being l...
bassoons 14 12 BASSOON, a woodwind...
bastards 16 12 BASTARD, a child who...
bastides 16 12 BASTIDE, a French co...
bastiles 17 12 BASTILE, a tower or...
bastings 17 14 BASTING, loose tempo...
bastions 15 12 BASTION, a tower at...
batavias 17 15 BATAVIA, a variety o...
batchers 21 16 BATCHER, one who put...
bateless 16 12 (Shakespeare) that c...
batfowls 22 18 BATFOWL, to catch bi...
batgirls 19 14 BATGIRL, a girl who...
bathings 19 16 BATHING, the act of...
bathless 19 14 without a bath [adj]
bathmats 19 16 BATHMAT, a mat used...
bathoses 17 13 BATHOS, the appearan...
bathtubs 21 17 BATHTUB, a tub for b...
batistes 16 11 BATISTE, (French) a...
batteros 15 11 BATTERO, (Shakespear...
battills 19 13 BATTILL, to make fer...
battings 17 14 BATTING, cottonwool...
battlers 17 12 BATTLER, one who bat...
battutas 16 12 BATTUTA, (Italian) t...
battutos 16 12 BATTUTO, a selection...
bauchles 22 18 BAUCHLE, to make sha...
baudrics 20 16 BAUDRIC, a warrior's...
baudrons 15 14 (Scots) a quasi-prop...
baulkers 18 17 BAULKER, one who bau...
bauxites 22 19 BAUXITE, an ore of a...
bavarois 17 15 a cold dessert consi...
bawcocks 26 24 BAWCOCK, (Shakespear...
bawdkins 20 20 BAWDKIN, a rich embr...
bawdrics 23 18 BAWDRIC, a warrior's...
bawdries 19 15 BAWDRY, (archaic) le...
bawlings 21 18 BAWLING, loud crying...
bawneens 16 16 BAWNEEN, (Irish) a w...
bayonets 20 14 BAYONET, to stab wit...
baysides 22 14 BAYSIDE, the shore o...
baywoods 24 17 BAYWOOD, a coarse ma...
bazazzes 24 38 BAZAZZ, flamboyance,...
bazookas 18 24 BAZOOKA, a small roc...
bazoukis 20 25 BAZOUKI, a Greek str...
beadings 16 15 BEADING, decoration...
beaglers 17 14 BEAGLER, one who hun...
beakless 17 16 without a beak [adj]
bealings 17 15 BEALING, an infected...
beamings 17 17 BEAMING, the act of...
beamless 17 15 without beams [adj]
beamlets 17 15 BEAMLET, a small bea...
beanbags 17 17 BEANBAG, a small clo...
bearcats 18 14 BEARCAT, the lesser...
beardies 15 12 BEARDIE, a fish, the...
bearhugs 19 16 BEARHUG, a firm embr...
bearings 16 14 BEARING, demeanour,...
bearpaws 20 17 BEARPAW, the paw of...
beasties 15 11 BEASTIE, a small bea...
beatings 16 14 BEATING, a defeat [n...
beatless 16 12 having no rhythm [ad...
beatniks 16 16 BEATNIK, a bohemian...
beaufets 17 15 BEAUFET, (obsolete)...
beaufins 17 16 BEAUFIN, a red cooki...
beauties 15 12 BEAUTY, (Shakespeare...
bebeerus 17 15 BEBEERU, a tropical...
bebloods 18 16 BEBLOOD, to cover wi...
becasses 18 14 BECASSE, (French) a...
bechalks 23 21 BECHALK, to cover wi...
becharms 22 19 BECHARM, to enchant...
beclasps 22 18 BECLASP, to clasp, e...
becloaks 20 19 BECLOAK, to place a...
beclouds 20 17 BECLOUD, to make dim...
beclowns 22 19 BECLOWN, to make rid...
becrawls 23 18 BECRAWL, to creep ov...
becrimes 20 17 BECRIME, to make gui...
becrowds 22 18 BECROWD, to press cl...
becrusts 20 15 BECRUST, to cover wi...
becurses 19 15 BECURSE, to put a cu...
bedashes 17 14 BEDASH, to wet by da...
bedawins 18 16 BEDAWIN, a nomadic A...
bedbaths 20 17 BEDBATH, the washing...
beddings 17 16 BEDDING, articles us...
bederals 16 13 BEDERAL, (Scots) a b...
bedevils 19 17 BEDEVIL, to plague,...
bedgowns 19 18 BEDGOWN, a nightgown...
bedheads 17 15 BEDHEAD, the headboa...
bedights 20 16 BEDIGHT, (archaic) t...
bedizens 18 22 BEDIZEN, to dress ga...
bedlamps 20 19 BEDLAMP, a reading l...
bedmates 16 15 BEDMATE, one who sha...
bedouins 15 14 BEDOUIN, a nomadic A...
bedposts 18 15 BEDPOST, a post of a...
bedrails 17 13 BEDRAIL, a rail that...
bedrapes 17 15 BEDRAPE, to cover wi...
bedrests 16 12 BEDREST, confinement...
bedrites 16 12 BEDRITE, the privile...
bedrocks 20 19 BEDROCK, the rock un...
bedrolls 18 14 BEDROLL, a portable...
bedrooms 16 15 BEDROOM, a room for...
bedsides 16 13 BEDSIDE, the side of...
bedsocks 20 19 socks worn in bed [n...
bedsores 15 12 BEDSORE, a type of s...
bedticks 21 19 BEDTICK, a tick or b...
bedtimes 17 15 BEDTIME, the time at...
bedunces 18 17 BEDUNCE, to make a d...
bedwards 19 16 towards bed [adv]
bedwarfs 21 18 BEDWARF, to make sma...
beefalos 17 15 BEEFALO, a cross bet...
beefless 18 15 being without beef [...
beehives 19 17 BEEHIVE, a hive for...
beelines 15 13 BEELINE, to head dir...
beerages 15 13 BEERAGE, the brewing...
beermats 16 14 BEERMAT, a cardboard...
beernuts 15 13 BEERNUT, a peanut wi...
beersies 15 11 (New Zealand slang)...
beetlers 16 12 BEETLER, an operator...
beeyards 21 14 BEEYARD, an apiary [...
beffanas 18 18 BEFFANA, an Epiphany...
beflecks 23 22 BEFLECK, to cover wi...
beggings 19 18 BEGGING, the act of...
beghards 19 16 BEGHARD, in Flanders...
beginnes 15 15 BEGINNE, (Spenser) a...
beglooms 18 17 BEGLOOM, to make glo...
begonias 15 14 BEGONIA, a garden pl...
begrimes 18 16 BEGRIME, to soil wit...
begroans 15 14 BEGROAN, to groan at...
beguiles 18 15 BEGUILE, to deceive...
beguines 16 15 BEGUINE, (French) a...
behalves 20 18 BEHALF, interest or...
behavers 19 17 BEHAVER, one who beh...
behights 22 17 BEHIGHT, to vow [v]
behooves 18 17 BEHOOVE, to be fit,...
beignets 16 14 BEIGNET, a fritter,...
beinness 14 13 wellbeing [n -ES]
bejabers 19 23 an interjection attr...
bejeezus 20 30 a mild oath, also BE...
bejewels 21 24 BEJEWEL, to adorn wi...
bekisses 17 15 BEKISS, to cover wit...
beknaves 17 20 BEKNAVE, to treat as...
belabors 18 15 BELABOR, to buffet,...
beladies 16 13 BELADY, to apply the...
belamies 17 15 BELAMY, (Spenser) a...
belayers 22 14 BELAYER, one who bel...
belchers 22 17 BELCHER, a kind of s...
beldames 17 16 BELDAME, an old woma...
belfries 19 15 BELFRY, a bell-tower...
belgards 18 15 BELGARD, (Spenser) a...
believes 18 16 BELIEVE, to accept a...
bellboys 26 18 BELLBOY, a pageboy i...
belleeks 18 17 BELLEEK, a thin tran...
bellhops 22 18 BELLHOP, a pageboy i...
bellings 19 16 BELLING, a mock sere...
bellinis 18 14 BELLINI, a cocktail...
bellocks 22 20 BELLOCK, to shout [v...
beloveds 18 17 BELOVED, a person wh...
beltings 18 15 BELTING, a thrashing...
beltless 18 13 without a belt [adj]
beltways 26 17 BELTWAY, a highway r...
bemadams 17 18 BEMADAM, to call by...
bembexes 24 24 BEMBEX, a noisy sand...
bembixes 25 24 BEMBIX, a noisy sand...
bemedals 17 16 BEMEDAL, (archaic) t...
bemouths 19 17 BEMOUTH, (archaic) t...
benchers 20 17 BENCHER, a senior me...
bendings 16 16 BENDING, the act of...
bendlets 16 14 BENDLET, in heraldry...
bendways 24 18 diagonally, also BEN...
benefits 17 15 BENEFIT, to obtain a...
benights 19 16 BENIGHT, to be overt...
benisons 14 13 BENISON, a blessing,...
benomyls 23 18 BENOMYL, a pesticide...
benthons 16 15 BENTHON, the flora a...
benzenes 16 22 BENZENE, a solvent d...
benzines 17 22 BENZINE, a mixture o...
benzoins 17 22 BENZOIN, a fragrant...
benzoles 18 22 BENZOLE, crude benze...
benzoyls 25 24 BENZOYL, a compound...
bepaints 17 15 BEPAINT, (archaic) t...
bepearls 18 15 BEPEARL, to cover wi...
bepities 18 14 BEPITY, to pity grea...
beproses 17 14 BEPROSE, to reduce t...
bequests 24 21 BEQUEST, a legacy [n...
berberes 17 14 BERBERE, an Ethiopia...
berberis 18 14 a flowering shrub [n...
bereaves 16 15 BEREAVE, to deprive...
berettas 15 11 BERETTA, a square ca...
bergalis 18 14 BERGALI, a fish of t...
bergamas 17 16 BERGAMA, a type of r...
bergeres 16 13 BERGERE, a type of e...
bergylts 25 16 BERGYLT, (Norwegian)...
berhymes 25 18 BERHYME, to compose...
berlines 16 13 BERLINE, an old four...
bermudas 17 16 knee-length walking...
berseems 16 14 BERSEEM, a Mediterra...
berserks 17 15 BERSERK, a Norse war...
besaints 15 12 BESAINT, to make a s...
bescours 19 15 BESCOUR, to scour th...
beseekes 15 15 BESEEKE, (Spenser) t...
beshames 18 16 BESHAME, (archaic) t...
beshines 17 14 BESHINE, (archaic) t...
beshouts 18 14 BESHOUT, to shout at...
beshrews 21 16 BESHREW, (archaic) t...
besieges 16 13 BESIEGE, to attack a...
beslaves 18 16 BESLAVE, to make a s...
beslimes 18 15 BESLIME, to cover wi...
besmears 16 14 BESMEAR, to smear, b...
besmiles 18 15 BESMILE, to smile on...
besmokes 17 18 BESMOKE, to pollute...
bespeaks 18 18 BESPEAK, to request...
bespeeds 17 15 BESPEED, to help on...
bespices 21 17 BESPICE, (Shakespear...
besports 18 14 BESPORT, to sport, p...
bespouts 18 15 BESPOUT, to spout ov...
bestains 15 12 BESTAIN, to stain al...
besteads 15 12 BESTEAD, (archaic) t...
bestials 17 12 BESTIAL, a collectiv...
besticks 21 18 BESTICK, to stick ov...
bestills 19 13 BESTILL, (archaic) t...
bestorms 17 14 BESTORM, to assail w...
bestrews 19 14 BESTREW, to strew, s...
bestrows 19 14 BESTROW, to strew, s...
beswarms 20 17 BESWARM, to swarm al...
betaines 14 12 BETAINE, a crystalli...
beteemes 15 14 BETEEME, (Spenser) t...
bethanks 18 18 BETHANK, to ply with...
bethinks 19 18 BETHINK, to call to...
bethorns 17 14 BETHORN, to fill wit...
bethumbs 22 20 BETHUMB, to wear or...
bethumps 22 20 BETHUMP, to thump so...
betitles 17 12 BETITLE, to furnish...
betokens 15 16 BETOKEN, to signify...
betonies 14 12 BETONY, a labiate pl...
betosses 15 11 BETOSS, (Shakespeare...
betreads 15 12 BETREAD, to walk upo...
betroths 18 13 BETROTH, to engage t...
bettings 17 14 BETTING, the act of...
bettongs 16 14 BETTONG, an Australi...
betweens 17 15 BETWEEN, a needle of...
bevelers 18 16 BEVELER, one who bev...
bevomits 19 18 BEVOMIT, to vomit al...
bewhores 20 16 BEWHORE, to call som...
bezazzes 24 38 BEZAZZ, panache, fla...
beziques 27 30 BEZIQUE, a card game...
bezzants 21 30 BEZZANT, a gold coin...
bhangras 18 16 BHANGRA, a combinati...
bhishtis 22 15 BHISHTI, an Indian w...
bhistees 18 13 BHISTEE, an Indian w...
bhisties 19 13 BHISTIE, an Indian w...
biasings 17 14 BIASING, the act of...
biasness 15 12 the state of being s...
biatches 21 16 BIATCH, (slang) a bi...
bibbings 22 20 BIBBING, the act of...
bibcocks 26 24 BIBCOCK, a tap with...
bibelots 19 15 BIBELOT, (French) a...
biblists 21 15 BIBLIST, one skilled...
bibulous 20 17 addicted to strong d...
bicepses 21 17 BICEPS, the two-head...
bicolors 20 15 BICOLOR, something h...
bicornes 18 15 BICORNE, a hat with...
bicycles 30 20 BICYCLE, to ride a t...
bidarkas 17 16 BIDARKA, (Russian) a...
biddings 18 16 BIDDING, a command [...
bifidums 21 19 BIFIDUM, a bacterium...
bifocals 22 18 spectacles with bifo...
bigamies 18 16 BIGAMY, the crime of...
bigamous 18 17 guilty of bigamy [ad...
bigeners 16 14 BIGENER, a hybrid be...
bigfoots 19 16 BIGFOOT, to throw on...
biggings 20 18 BIGGING, (Scots) a b...
bigheads 19 16 BIGHEAD, a conceited...
bighorns 19 16 BIGHORN, a kind of w...
biguines 17 15 BIGUINE, (French) a...
bijugous 20 24 having two pairs of...
bikeways 26 20 BIKEWAY, (US) a rout...
bilayers 23 14 BILAYER, a film with...
bilevels 20 17 BILEVEL, of an image...
bilimbis 22 18 BILIMBI, an East Ind...
billbugs 23 19 BILLBUG, a weevil or...
billings 20 16 BILLING, the relativ...
billions 18 14 BILLION, a thousand...
billyohs 27 17 BILLYOH, in the phra...
bilsteds 18 13 BILSTED, a North Ame...
biltongs 18 15 BILTONG, (Afrikaans)...
bimanous 16 16 two-handed, also BIM...
bimetals 18 15 BIMETAL, something c...
bimorphs 22 19 BIMORPH, a device co...
binaries 15 12 BINARY, a combinatio...
bindings 17 16 BINDING, the cover a...
bingings 18 17 BINGING, the act of...
binocles 19 16 BINOCLE, (French) a...
biobanks 18 19 BIOBANK, any large s...
biochips 24 19 BIOCHIP, a computer...
biocides 19 15 BIOCIDE, a substance...
biofacts 21 17 BIOFACT, an item of...
biofilms 21 18 BIOFILM, a thin laye...
biofuels 19 16 BIOFUEL, a fuel (as...
biogases 16 13 BIOGAS, gas obtained...
bioherms 19 16 BIOHERM, a mound of...
biolyses 23 14 BIOLYSIS, the breakd...
biolysis 24 14 the breakdown of org...
biophors 20 16 BIOPHOR, a hypotheti...
bioplays 25 17 BIOPLAY, a play base...
biopsies 18 14 BIOPSY, to examine t...
biotechs 21 16 BIOTECH, applied bio...
biotites 16 11 BIOTITE, mica contai...
biotopes 17 14 BIOTOPE, an area hav...
biotrons 15 12 BIOTRON, a climate c...
biotypes 24 16 BIOTYPE, a distinct...
biparous 18 15 producing offspring...
biplanes 18 16 BIPLANE, a plane wit...
biprisms 21 17 BIPRISM, a prism hav...
biramous 17 15 divided into branche...
birchirs 23 16 BIRCHIR, any of vari...
birddogs 18 15 BIRDDOG, to follow c...
birdings 18 15 BIRDING, the occupat...
birettas 16 11 BIRETTA, a square ca...
birianis 16 12 BIRIANI, a spicy ric...
birlings 19 15 BIRLING, a lumberjac...
birlinns 17 14 BIRLINN, a Gaelic ch...
birthers 19 13 BIRTHER, a person wh...
biryanis 22 14 BIRYANI, a spicy ric...
biscuits 21 15 BISCUIT, a small, th...
bismuths 21 17 BISMUTH, a brittle r...
bisnagas 16 14 BISNAGA, a type of c...
bistorts 17 11 BISTORT, a plant of...
bitcoins 19 15 BITCOIN, a unit of d...
bitterns 16 12 BITTERN, a wading bi...
bittings 18 14 BITTING, an indentat...
bittocks 21 18 BITTOCK, (Scots) a s...
bittours 17 12 BITTOUR, (Spenser) t...
bitumens 17 16 BITUMEN, (Latin) nat...
bivalves 21 20 BIVALVE, a mollusc h...
bivinyls 26 19 BIVINYL, a flammable...
bivouacs 21 19 BIVOUAC, to spend th...
bizarres 19 20 BIZARRE, a strangely...
bizarros 19 20 BIZARRO, one that is...
bizazzes 25 38 BIZAZZ, flamboyance,...
biznagas 19 23 BIZNAGA, a type of c...
blabbers 21 18 BLABBER, to reveal s...
blackens 20 20 BLACKEN, to make bla...
bladders 17 14 BLADDER, a saclike r...
bladings 18 16 BLADING, the act of...
blaggers 19 16 BLAGGER, one who bla...
blaguers 18 15 BLAGUER, one who tal...
blanches 21 18 BLANCH, to whiten [v...
blankets 17 17 BLANKET, to cover un...
blankies 17 17 BLANKIE, a child's b...
blarneys 22 15 BLARNEY, to cajole,...
blasters 17 12 BLASTER, one who bla...
blasties 17 12 BLASTIE, a dwarf [n]
blathers 19 14 BLATHER, to talk foo...
blatters 17 12 BLATTER, (Scots) to...
blauboks 20 20 BLAUBOK, (Afrikaans)...
blaworts 20 15 BLAWORT, (Scots) the...
bleaches 21 17 BLEACH, to whiten [v...
bleaters 16 12 BLEATER, (colloquial...
bleeders 16 13 BLEEDER, one who ble...
bleepers 18 15 BLEEPER, a device th...
blellums 21 18 BLELLUM, (Scots) an...
blenches 21 18 BLENCH, to shrink or...
blenders 16 14 BLENDER, one that bl...
blennies 15 14 BLENNY, a long, slen...
blesboks 20 19 BLESBOK, (Afrikaans)...
blessers 17 12 BLESSER, one who ble...
blethers 19 14 BLETHER, to talk non...
blewarts 20 15 BLEWART, (Scots) the...
blinders 17 14 BLINDER, a thing tha...
blinkers 18 17 BLINKER, to put blin...
blintzes 20 22 BLINTZ, (Yiddish) a...
blisters 18 12 BLISTER, to cause fl...
blithers 20 14 BLITHER, to talk loq...
blitters 18 12 BLITTER, a chip or s...
blitzers 21 21 BLITZER, one who bli...
bloaters 16 12 BLOATER, a smoked he...
blockers 21 19 BLOCKER, one that bl...
blockies 21 19 BLOCKIE, (Australian...
bloggers 19 16 BLOGGER, one who mai...
blokarts 18 16 BLOKART, a land vehi...
bloodies 16 13 BLOODY, to make bloo...
bloomers 17 15 BLOOMER, a large loa...
bloopers 18 15 BLOOPER, a public bl...
bloosmes 17 15 BLOOSME, (Spenser) t...
blossoms 18 15 BLOSSOM, to flourish...
blotches 22 17 BLOTCH, to mark with...
blotless 18 13 without blots [adj]
blotters 17 12 BLOTTER, a piece of...
blouboks 20 20 BLOUBOK, (Afrikaans)...
blousons 16 14 BLOUSON, (French) a...
blowguns 21 19 BLOWGUN, a long stra...
blowings 21 18 BLOWING, the act of...
blowjobs 24 27 BLOWJOB, oral sex, f...
blowoffs 24 21 BLOWOFF, the expelli...
blowouts 20 16 BLOWOUT, an irregula...
blubbers 22 19 BLUBBER, to weep eff...
bluchers 23 18 BLUCHER, (German) a...
bludgers 19 16 BLUDGER, (Australian...
bluecaps 22 19 BLUECAP, a one-year...
bluefins 19 17 BLUEFIN, a species o...
bluegums 20 19 BLUEGUM, any of seve...
blueings 18 16 BLUEING, the process...
bluejays 25 24 BLUEJAY, a North Ame...
blueness 16 14 the state of being b...
bluetits 18 13 BLUETIT, a small bir...
bluettes 17 13 BLUETTE, (French) a...
bluffers 22 19 BLUFFER, one that bl...
blunders 17 15 BLUNDER, to make a m...
blungers 18 16 BLUNGER, a machine o...
blunkers 18 18 BLUNKER, (Scots) a b...
blurters 18 13 BLURTER, one who blu...
blushers 20 15 BLUSHER, one who blu...
blushets 20 15 BLUSHET, a modest, b...
blusters 18 13 BLUSTER, to blow vio...
boarders 15 12 BOARDER, one that bo...
boasters 15 11 BOASTER, one that bo...
boatfuls 19 16 BOATFUL, as much as...
boatings 16 14 BOATING, the sport o...
bobbitts 21 17 BOBBITT, to cut off...
bobeches 22 19 BOBECHE, a circular...
boboties 17 14 BOBOTIE, (South Afri...
bobsleds 19 16 BOBSLED, to ride on...
bobstays 24 16 BOBSTAY, a rope used...
bobtails 19 15 BOBTAIL, to cut a ta...
bodhrans 17 15 BODHRAN, (Irish) a s...
bodikins 17 17 BODIKIN, a diminutiv...
bodiless 17 13 lacking material for...
boerbuls 19 16 BOERBUL, (South Afri...
boffolas 20 18 BOFFOLA, a hearty la...
bogbeans 17 17 BOGBEAN, a marsh pla...
boggards 18 16 BOGGARD, a spectre o...
boggarts 18 15 BOGGART, a spectre o...
bogglers 19 16 BOGGLER, one who bog...
bogholes 19 16 BOGHOLE, a natural h...
boglands 17 16 BOGLAND, marshland [...
bogwoods 19 17 BOGWOOD, the wood of...
bogyisms 25 18 BOGYISM, belief in b...
bohemias 18 16 BOHEMIA, a community...
bohriums 20 17 BOHRIUM, a radioacti...
boilings 18 15 BOILING, the act of...
boiloffs 21 18 BOILOFF, the removal...
boldness 16 14 the quality of being...
bolivars 19 16 BOLIVAR, the monetar...
bolivias 19 16 BOLIVIA, a soft fabr...
bollards 18 14 BOLLARD, a post of m...
bollixes 24 20 BOLLIX, to make a me...
bollocks 22 20 to make a mess of, a...
bolloxes 23 20 BOLLOX, to make a me...
bolognas 16 15 BOLOGNA, a seasoned...
boloneys 21 15 BOLONEY, deceptive t...
bolshies 19 14 BOLSHIE, a Bolshevik...
bolsters 17 12 BOLSTER, to support...
boltings 18 15 BOLTING, the act of...
boltless 18 13 without a bolt [adj]
bombards 19 18 BOMBARD, to attack w...
bombasts 19 17 BOMBAST, to stuff or...
bombaxes 24 24 BOMBAX, a tree of th...
bombings 20 20 BOMBING, an attack w...
bomblets 20 18 BOMBLET, a small bom...
bomboras 18 17 BOMBORA, a submerged...
bombyxes 31 26 BOMBYX, a moth of th...
bonamias 15 15 BONAMIA, a parasite...
bonanzas 16 22 BONANZA, (Spanish) a...
bonassus 15 13 a bison, also BONASU...
bondages 15 15 BONDAGE, slavery [n]
bondings 16 16 BONDING, the act of...
bondless 16 14 without a bond [adj]
bonebeds 16 16 BONEBED, an area con...
boneless 15 13 without bones [adj]
bonesets 14 12 BONESET, a medicinal...
bonfires 17 15 BONFIRE, a large fir...
boniatos 14 12 BONIATO, a sweet pot...
boniness 14 13 the state of being b...
bonitoes 14 12 BONITO, a large fish...
bonkings 17 19 BONKING, the act of...
bonnocks 18 20 BONNOCK, (Scots) a f...
bonselas 15 13 BONSELA, a gratuity...
bontboks 18 19 BONTBOK, a kind of a...
bonusses 15 13 BONUS, in Scrabble,...
boobirds 18 15 BOOBIRD, a fan who b...
boobooks 17 18 BOOBOOK, a kind of o...
boodlers 16 13 BOODLER, someone inv...
bookbags 19 20 BOOKBAG, a bag for c...
bookends 15 17 BOOKEND, a support f...
bookfuls 20 20 BOOKFUL, as much as...
bookings 17 18 BOOKING, an engageme...
bookless 17 16 without books, unlea...
booklets 17 16 BOOKLET, a little bo...
boomings 17 17 BOOMING, the act of...
boomkins 17 19 BOOMKIN, a spar proj...
boomlets 17 15 BOOMLET, a minor exo...
boonless 15 13 having no boon [adj]
boosters 15 11 BOOSTER, an engine t...
bootlegs 17 14 BOOTLEG, to smuggle...
bootless 16 12 profitless [adj BOOT...
boozings 19 23 BOOZING, an act of b...
borazons 17 21 BORAZON, a manmade c...
bordures 16 13 BORDURE, a border su...
borealis 16 12 as in aurora boreali...
boreases 14 11 BOREAS, the north wi...
boredoms 16 15 BOREDOM, tedium [n]
borkings 18 18 BORKING, the act of...
borneols 15 13 BORNEOL, an alcohol...
bornites 15 12 BORNITE, a valuable...
boronias 14 12 BORONIA, an Australi...
boroughs 19 16 BOROUGH, an incorpor...
borsches 21 16 BORSCH, (Russian) co...
borschts 22 16 BORSCHT, (Russian) c...
borstals 17 12 BORSTAL, an establis...
boscages 19 16 BOSCAGE, (French) th...
boshboks 21 20 BOSHBOK, (Afrikaans)...
boskages 17 17 BOSKAGE, thick folia...
bosquets 24 21 BOSQUET, a thicket,...
bossboys 24 16 BOSSBOY, a Black Afr...
bossdoms 17 15 BOSSDOM, the domain...
bossings 17 14 BOSSING, the act of...
bossisms 18 14 BOSSISM, the rule or...
botanics 18 15 BOTANIC, a drug made...
botanies 14 12 BOTANY, the science...
botargos 16 13 BOTARGO, a type of r...
botchers 21 16 BOTCHER, one who mak...
botflies 19 15 BOTFLY, a name for v...
botholes 18 14 BOTHOLE, a hole in a...
botrytis 23 13 a genus of fungi whi...
bottegas 16 13 BOTTEGA, (Italian) a...
bottines 15 12 BOTTINE, (French) a...
bottlers 17 12 BOTTLER, (Australian...
botulins 17 14 BOTULIN, a powerful...
bouchees 20 17 BOUCHEE, a small pat...
bouclees 19 16 BOUCLEE, a loop made...
boudoirs 16 13 BOUDOIR, a woman's b...
bouillis 19 14 BOUILLI, (French) bo...
boulders 17 14 BOULDER, a large roc...
boulters 17 13 BOULTER, a sieve, a...
bouncers 18 16 BOUNCER, a person or...
bounders 15 14 BOUNDER, a cad [n]
bounties 15 13 BOUNTY, a reward [n]
bouquets 24 22 BOUQUET, a bunch of...
bourbons 17 16 BOURBON, a kind of w...
bourders 16 13 BOURDER, a jester [n...
bourdons 15 14 BOURDON, the drone b...
bourkhas 19 18 BOURKHA, a coverall...
bourlaws 20 16 BOURLAW, (archaic) a...
bourrees 15 12 BOURREE, (French) a...
boursins 16 13 BOURSIN, a mild, smo...
boutades 15 13 BOUTADE, a sudden ou...
bouviers 18 16 BOUVIER, (French) a...
boweries 18 14 BOWERY, a colonial D...
bowheads 20 17 BOWHEAD, the great A...
bowhunts 21 18 BOWHUNT, to hunt wit...
bowknots 19 19 BOWKNOT, a type of k...
bowlders 20 16 BOWLDER, a large roc...
bowlfuls 24 20 BOWLFUL, as much as...
bowlines 19 16 BOWLINE, a simple kn...
bowlings 21 18 BOWLING, a game in w...
bowshots 21 16 BOWSHOT, the distanc...
bowwoods 21 18 BOWWOOD, a deciduous...
bowyangs 25 19 BOWYANG, a strap tie...
boxballs 26 23 BOXBALL, a form of h...
boxhauls 25 22 BOXHAUL, to put (a v...
boxiness 21 19 the state of being b...
boxplots 25 22 BOXPLOT, a type of s...
boxrooms 22 21 BOXROOM, a room for...
boxwoods 24 22 BOXWOOD, the wood of...
boychiks 29 22 BOYCHIK, a young man...
boycotts 25 16 BOYCOTT, to refuse t...
boyhoods 23 16 BOYHOOD, the state o...
brabbles 21 18 BRABBLE, to squabble...
braceros 18 14 BRACERO, (Spanish) a...
brachahs 23 18 BRACHAH, (Hebrew) a...
brachets 21 16 BRACHET, a hunting d...
bracings 20 17 BRACING, a reinforce...
brackens 19 19 BRACKEN, a large fer...
brackets 20 18 BRACKET, to group, c...
bradawls 20 16 BRADAWL, a small bor...
bradoons 14 13 BRADOON, (French) a...
braggers 18 15 BRAGGER, one who bra...
brahmans 18 17 BRAHMAN, a member of...
brahmins 19 17 BRAHMIN, a member of...
braiders 16 12 BRAIDER, one who bra...
brailles 18 13 BRAILLE, to write in...
brakings 18 18 BRAKING, the act of...
brambles 20 18 BRAMBLE, to gather b...
branches 20 17 BRANCH, to spread li...
branders 15 13 BRANDER, to cook on...
brandies 15 13 BRANDY, to mix with...
brangles 17 15 BRANGLE, to wrangle...
branners 14 13 BRANNER, one that br...
bransles 16 13 BRANSLE, an old Fren...
brantles 16 13 BRANTLE, an old Fren...
braseros 15 11 BRASERO, (Spanish) a...
brasiers 16 11 BRASIER, one who wor...
brassets 16 11 BRASSET, a piece of...
brassies 16 11 BRASSIE, a golf club...
brattles 17 12 BRATTLE, (Scots) to...
bravados 17 16 BRAVADO, to display...
bravuras 18 16 BRAVURA, a brilliant...
brawlers 20 15 BRAWLER, a fighter [...
braziers 19 20 BRAZIER, a container...
breaches 20 16 BREACH, to break thr...
breadths 18 14 BREADTH, width [n]
breakers 16 15 BREAKER, one that br...
breakups 19 19 BREAKUP, the act of...
breathes 17 13 BREATHE, to inhale a...
breccias 22 17 BRECCIA, a geologica...
brechams 22 19 BRECHAM, (Scots) a h...
brechans 20 17 BRECHAN, (Scots) a h...
bredrens 15 13 BREDREN, (colloquial...
bredrins 16 13 BREDRIN, (colloquial...
breeches 20 16 BREECH, to clothe wi...
breeders 15 12 BREEDER, one who bre...
breenges 15 14 BREENGE, (Scots) to...
breinges 16 14 BREINGE, (Scots) to...
brekkies 18 19 BREKKY, (colloquial)...
breviers 18 15 BREVIER, an old type...
brevises 18 15 BREVIS, broth, esp....
brewages 19 16 BREWAGE, the process...
brewings 20 17 BREWING, a quantity...
brewises 19 14 BREWIS, (archaic) br...
brewpubs 24 21 BREWPUB, a combined...
brewskis 21 18 BREWSKI, (colloquial...
brickies 21 18 BRICKIE, (colloquial...
brickles 22 19 BRICKLE, a brittle c...
bricoles 20 15 BRICOLE, (French) a...
bridlers 18 13 BRIDLER, one who res...
bridoons 15 13 BRIDOON, a light mil...
briefers 18 14 BRIEFER, one who giv...
brigades 17 14 BRIGADE, to group to...
brigands 17 15 BRIGAND, a bandit [n...
brimings 19 17 BRIMING, phosphoresc...
brimless 19 15 having no upper edge...
brimmers 19 17 BRIMMER, a bowl or g...
brindles 17 14 BRINDLE, an animal m...
bringers 17 14 BRINGER, one who bri...
brinjals 19 22 BRINJAL, the aubergi...
brinnies 15 13 BRINNY, (Australian...
brioches 21 16 BRIOCHE, (French) a...
brionies 15 12 BRIONY, a climbing p...
briquets 25 21 BRIQUET, (French) a...
briskens 17 16 BRISKEN, to make bri...
briskets 18 15 BRISKET, meat from t...
bristles 18 12 BRISTLE, to stand er...
bristols 18 12 BRISTOL, a smooth ca...
brisures 17 12 BRISURE, (French) a...
britches 22 16 breeches, also BREEC...
britskas 18 15 BRITSKA, a four-whee...
brittles 18 12 BRITTLE, to become f...
britzkas 21 24 BRITZKA, a four-whee...
broaches 20 16 BROACH, to pierce (a...
broadens 14 13 BROADEN, to make wid...
brocades 18 15 BROCADE, to weave a...
brocages 19 16 BROCAGE, the busines...
brocards 19 15 BROCARD, (French) an...
brochans 20 17 BROCHAN, (Gaelic) gr...
brockets 20 18 BROCKET, a male red...
brocolis 20 15 BROCOLI, a plant of...
broddles 17 14 BRODDLE, (dialect) t...
brodkins 17 17 BRODKIN, a high boot...
broekies 16 15 (South Africa) under...
broiders 16 12 BROIDER, to adorn wi...
broilers 17 12 BROILER, a quickly-r...
brokages 17 17 BROKAGE, the busines...
brokings 18 18 BROKING, the busines...
brollies 18 13 BROLLY, an umbrella...
bromates 16 14 BROMATE, to combine...
bromides 17 15 BROMIDE, a bromine c...
bromines 16 15 BROMINE, a volatile...
bromises 17 14 BROMISE, to treat wi...
bromisms 19 17 BROMISM, poisoning b...
bromizes 20 23 BROMIZE, to treat wi...
brommers 18 17 BROMMER, (Afrikaans)...
bronchos 20 17 BRONCHO, (Spanish) a...
bronchus 21 18 one of the main fork...
bronzers 18 21 BRONZER, a tanning c...
brooches 20 16 BROOCH, to adorn wit...
brooders 15 12 BROODER, a heated bu...
brookies 16 15 BROOKIE, an American...
brothels 19 14 BROTHEL, a house of...
brothers 18 13 BROTHER, to treat li...
browless 20 15 without eyebrows [ad...
browners 18 15 BROWNER, a fawning p...
brownies 18 15 BROWNIE, a benevolen...
browsers 19 14 BROWSER, one who bro...
bruchids 23 18 BRUCHID, a beetle of...
brucines 19 16 BRUCINE, a poisonous...
brucites 20 15 BRUCITE, a mineral,...
bruhahas 20 16 BRUHAHA, (French) a...
bruisers 17 12 BRUISER, a big husky...
bruiters 17 12 BRUITER, one that br...
brulyies 24 15 BRULYIE, (Scots) a b...
brulzies 21 22 BRULZIE, (Scots) a b...
brumbies 20 18 BRUMBY, (Australian...
brummers 19 18 BRUMMER, (Afrikaans)...
brunches 21 18 BRUNCH, to eat a lat...
brushers 19 14 BRUSHER, one who bru...
brushups 22 18 BRUSHUP, a quick rev...
brussels 18 13 as in brussels sprou...
brutings 18 15 BRUTING, a process o...
brutisms 19 15 BRUTISM, the nature...
bruxisms 25 22 BRUXISM, a nervous g...
bryonies 21 14 BRYONY, a wild climb...
bubblers 22 19 BUBBLER, (tradename)...
bubblies 22 19 BUBBLY, champagne [n...
bubingas 19 18 BUBINGA, (Bantu) a s...
bubukles 21 21 BUBUKLE, (Shakespear...
bucardos 19 16 BUCARDO, a recently...
buccinas 22 19 BUCCINA, a Roman cur...
bucellas 21 17 (Portuguese) a white...
buckeens 19 20 BUCKEEN, (Anglo-Iris...
buckeyes 26 21 BUCKEYE, the America...
buckings 22 22 BUCKING, the process...
bucklers 22 20 BUCKLER, (Shakespear...
buckrams 22 22 BUCKRAM, to pad or s...
bucksaws 24 22 BUCKSAW, a large saw...
bucolics 24 19 BUCOLIC, a pastoral...
buddings 18 17 BUDDING, a type of a...
budgeros 17 15 BUDGERO, (Hindi) a h...
budwoods 19 17 BUDWOOD, a branch ha...
budworms 21 19 BUDWORM, a moth larv...
buffalos 21 19 BUFFALO, to intimida...
buffings 22 21 BUFFING, the process...
buffoons 19 19 BUFFOON, a clown [n]
bugaboos 18 17 BUGABOO, a cause for...
bugbanes 18 18 BUGBANE, a perennial...
bugbears 19 17 BUGBEAR, a cause for...
bugganes 17 17 BUGGANE, an evil spi...
buggings 20 19 BUGGING, the conceal...
bugseeds 17 15 BUGSEED, an American...
bugworts 21 17 BUGWORT, a perennial...
builders 18 14 BUILDER, one that bu...
buildups 21 18 BUILDUP, an accumula...
bukkakes 19 24 BUKKAKE, (Japanese)...
bukshees 19 18 BUKSHEE, a paymaster...
bulblets 21 17 BULBLET, a small bul...
bulghurs 22 18 BULGHUR, (Turkish) a...
bulgines 18 16 BULGINE, (US) a stea...
bulimias 19 16 BULIMIA, an eating d...
bulimics 23 19 BULIMIC, one sufferi...
bulimies 19 16 BULIMY, an eating di...
bulkages 19 19 BULKAGE, a peristalt...
bulkings 20 20 BULKING, the act of...
bullaces 21 17 BULLACE, a small wil...
bullbars 21 17 a strong protective...
bullbats 21 17 BULLBAT, (US) a noct...
bulldogs 20 17 BULLDOG, to wrestle...
bullings 20 17 BULLING, copulation...
bullions 18 15 BULLION, uncoined go...
bullocks 23 21 BULLOCK, to force on...
bullpens 20 18 BULLPEN, an enclosur...
bulwarks 22 20 BULWARK, to fortify...
bumbazes 22 27 BUMBAZE, (Scots) to...
bumblers 21 19 BUMBLER, a bungler [...
bumboats 19 18 BUMBOAT, a boat used...
bumelias 18 16 BUMELIA, a thorny tr...
bumfucks 25 26 BUMFUCK, (US slang)...
bummalos 19 19 BUMMALO, a small mar...
bummocks 23 25 BUMMOCK, in Orkney a...
bumpings 21 21 BUMPING, the act of...
bumpkins 21 23 BUMPKIN, a clumsy ru...
bumsters 18 15 trousers cut just ab...
bunchers 21 18 BUNCHER, one that ga...
bundists 17 14 BUNDIST, a member of...
bundlers 17 15 BUNDLER, one that bu...
bundooks 16 18 BUNDOOK, (Urdu) Indi...
bunglers 18 16 BUNGLER, one who mis...
bunheads 17 16 BUNHEAD, a female ba...
bunrakus 17 18 BUNRAKU, (Japanese)...
buntings 17 16 BUNTING, any of the...
buoyages 22 16 BUOYAGE, a group of...
burblers 20 16 BURBLER, one who bur...
burdocks 21 20 BURDOCK, a coarse da...
burettes 16 12 BURETTE, a glass mea...
burgages 18 16 BURGAGE, a kind of f...
burgeons 16 15 BURGEON, to grow rap...
burghers 20 16 BURGHER, a freeman o...
burghuls 22 18 BURGHUL, (Turkish) a...
burglars 19 15 BURGLAR, to enter a...
burgouts 18 15 BURGOUT, a kind of o...
burkinis 18 17 BURKINI, a swimming...
burkites 18 16 BURKITE, one that bu...
burlesks 19 17 BURLESK, a type of s...
burnings 17 16 BURNING, the firing...
burnouts 16 14 BURNOUT, exhaustion...
burramys 24 17 a rare pigmy possum...
burratas 16 12 BURRATA, (Italian) a...
burrells 19 14 BURRELL, (Hindi) a H...
burrhels 20 15 BURRHEL, (Hindi) a H...
burritos 17 12 BURRITO, (Spanish) a...
burseeds 16 13 BURSEED, a coarse we...
bursitis 18 12 inflammation of a bu...
bursters 17 12 BURSTER, a machine f...
burthens 18 15 BURTHEN, to burden [...
burweeds 19 16 BURWEED, any of vari...
busgirls 20 15 BUSGIRL, an assistan...
bushidos 19 15 BUSHIDO, (Japanese)...
bushings 20 17 BUSHING, a bush, an...
bushless 20 15 having no bushes [ad...
bushlots 20 15 BUSHLOT, a woodlot [...
bushpigs 23 19 BUSHPIG, an African...
bushtits 20 14 BUSHTIT, a small lon...
bushwahs 24 19 BUSHWAH, nonsense, a...
business 16 13 an occupation, profe...
buskings 19 19 BUSKING, the art of...
busloads 17 14 BUSLOAD, a load that...
bussings 18 15 BUSSING, the act of...
bustards 17 13 BUSTARD, any bird of...
bustiers 17 12 BUSTIER, (French) a...
bustings 18 15 BUSTING, the act of...
bustlers 18 13 BUSTLER, one who bus...
busuutis 18 14 BUSUUTI, a long garm...
busyness 22 15 the state of being b...
butanols 16 14 BUTANOL, a flammable...
butchers 22 17 BUTCHER, to slaughte...
butments 17 16 BUTMENT, the base of...
buttocks 21 19 BUTTOCK, in wrestlin...
buttress 17 12 to prop up [v -ED, -...
butyrals 24 15 BUTYRAL, a kind of r...
butyrins 23 15 BUTYRIN, a butyrate...
butyrous 23 15 resembling butter [a...
butyryls 31 17 BUTYRYL, a radical o...
buvettes 18 16 BUVETTE, (obsolete)...
buyables 25 18 BUYABLE, something a...
buybacks 29 24 BUYBACK, the optiona...
buzzards 23 31 BUZZARD, a large bir...
buzzcuts 27 34 BUZZCUT, a very shor...
buzzings 24 33 BUZZING, a buzzing s...
buzzsaws 26 33 BUZZSAW, a power-ope...
buzzwigs 28 35 BUZZWIG, a large thi...
bycokets 26 20 BYCOKET, an ornament...
byliners 23 15 BYLINER, one that wr...
bypasses 24 16 BYPASS, to avoid by...
byplaces 28 20 BYPLACE, a secluded...
byssuses 23 14 BYSSUS, a filamentou...
bywoners 24 17 BYWONER, (Afrikaans)...
cabarets 18 14 CABARET, a music hal...
cabbages 21 19 CABBAGE, to steal or...
cabbalas 21 18 CABBALA, a Jewish do...
cabezons 20 24 CABEZON, (Spanish) a...
cabildos 20 16 CABILDO, (Spanish) a...
cabinets 18 15 CABINET, a piece of...
cablings 21 18 CABLING, a bead or m...
cabombas 21 20 CABOMBA, a small gen...
cabooses 17 14 CABOOSE, the last ca...
cabovers 20 18 CABOVER, a truck or...
cachacas 24 19 CACHACA, a white Bra...
caciques 28 24 CACIQUE, a West Indi...
cacklers 22 19 CACKLER, one who cac...
cacodyls 27 18 CACODYL, a colourles...
cacolets 20 15 CACOLET, (French) a...
caconyms 26 20 CACONYM, an erroneou...
cactuses 20 15 CACTUS, a succulent...
cacumens 20 19 CACUMEN, (Latin) a t...
cadavers 18 16 CADAVER, a corpse [n...
caddices 20 16 CADDICE, a coarse wo...
caddises 17 13 CADDIS, a coarse woo...
cadelles 18 14 CADELLE, a small bla...
cadences 18 16 CADENCE, to make rhy...
cadenzas 18 22 CADENZA, (Italian) a...
cadmiums 20 19 CADMIUM, a metallic...
caduceus 20 17 (Latin) a Greek or R...
caducous 20 17 of parts of a plant...
caecitis 20 14 a caecum inflammatio...
caesious 16 12 having a bluish coat...
caesiums 18 15 CAESIUM, a metallic...
caesuras 16 12 CAESURA, a pause in...
caffeins 20 18 CAFFEIN, a bitter al...
caffilas 22 18 CAFFILA, (Arabic) a...
caganers 16 14 CAGANER, a tradition...
cagefuls 21 18 CAGEFUL, as much as...
caginess 17 14 the quality of being...
cagoules 18 15 CAGOULE, a light ano...
cagyness 23 16 the quality of being...
caissons 16 12 CAISSON, a watertigh...
caitiffs 22 17 CAITIFF, a despicabl...
caitives 19 15 CAITIVE, (Spenser) a...
cajaputs 21 24 CAJAPUT, a volatile...
cajeputs 21 24 CAJEPUT, a volatile...
cajolers 19 21 CAJOLER, one who caj...
cajuputs 22 25 CAJUPUT, a volatile...
cakeages 17 17 CAKEAGE, a charge le...
cakiness 17 16 the state of being c...
calaloos 17 13 CALALOO, a soup made...
calamars 18 15 CALAMAR, any of vari...
calashes 19 14 CALASH, (French) a l...
calathos 19 14 (Greek) a vase-shape...
calathus 20 15 (Latin) a vase-shape...
calcines 20 16 CALCINE, to reduce t...
calcites 21 15 CALCITE, a mineral,...
calciums 23 19 CALCIUM, a metallic...
calculus 23 18 a branch of mathemat...
calderas 17 13 CALDERA, (Spanish) a...
caldrons 17 14 CALDRON, a large ket...
caleches 22 17 CALECHE, (French) a...
calefies 19 15 CALEFY, to make warm...
calfless 21 16 having a thin leg [a...
calibers 20 15 CALIBER, the diamete...
calibres 20 15 CALIBRE, the diamete...
caliches 23 17 CALICHE, (Spanish) g...
calicles 22 16 CALICLE, a cup-shape...
calicoes 20 15 CALICO, a brightly p...
caligoes 18 14 CALIGO, a reduction...
calipees 19 15 CALIPEE, a part of a...
calipers 20 15 CALIPER, to measure...
calivers 20 16 CALIVER, a type of l...
calkings 20 19 CALKING, material us...
callants 18 14 CALLANT, (Scots) a b...
callboys 27 18 CALLBOY, a boy who c...
callings 20 16 CALLING, a vocation...
calloses 18 13 CALLOSE, a part of a...
callouts 19 14 CALLOUT, an inset in...
callunas 18 15 CALLUNA, any plant o...
calluses 19 14 CALLUS, to form a ha...
calmants 18 16 CALMANT, a drug that...
calmings 20 18 CALMING, an act of c...
calmness 18 16 the state of being c...
calomels 19 16 CALOMEL, a strong pu...
calorics 21 15 CALORIC, a hypotheti...
calories 17 12 CALORIE, the amount...
calottes 17 12 CALOTTE, (French) a...
caloyers 23 14 CALOYER, a Greek Ort...
calpacks 24 22 CALPACK, a triangula...
calpains 19 16 CALPAIN, an enzyme f...
caltraps 20 15 CALTRAP, a device wi...
caltrops 20 15 CALTROP, a device wi...
calumbas 21 19 CALUMBA, the dried r...
calumets 19 16 CALUMET, an ornament...
calvados 19 17 a dry apple brandy [...
calycles 28 18 CALYCLE, a row of sm...
calypsos 26 17 CALYPSO, a West Indi...
calzones 19 22 CALZONE, a turnover...
camarons 16 15 CAMARON, (Spanish) a...
camashes 19 16 CAMASH, (Native Amer...
camasses 17 14 CAMASS, (Native Amer...
cambisms 22 20 CAMBISM, the theory...
cambists 21 17 CAMBIST, a dealer in...
cambiums 22 21 CAMBIUM, a layer of...
camboges 20 19 CAMBOGE, a yellow gu...
cambrels 21 18 CAMBREL, the hock of...
cambrics 24 20 CAMBRIC, a fine line...
camcords 21 18 CAMCORD, to videotap...
camelias 18 15 CAMELIA, an evergree...
camelids 19 16 CAMELID, an animal o...
camelots 18 15 CAMELOT, a strong wa...
camisias 18 14 CAMISIA, (Arabic) a...
camogies 18 16 CAMOGIE, an Irish ga...
camoodis 17 15 CAMOODI, (Caribbean)...
camorras 17 14 CAMORRA, (Italian) a...
campanas 18 18 CAMPANA, (Latin) a c...
camphols 23 20 CAMPHOL, a rare vari...
camphors 22 19 CAMPHOR, a solid ess...
campings 21 20 CAMPING, the act of...
campions 19 18 CAMPION, any plant o...
campness 19 18 extravagance in mann...
campongs 20 20 CAMPONG, a Malay vil...
campouts 20 18 CAMPOUT, a camping o...
campuses 20 18 CAMPUS, to restrict...
camwoods 20 18 CAMWOOD, the wood of...
canakins 16 17 CANAKIN, a small can...
canaries 15 12 CANARY, to prance ab...
canastas 15 12 CANASTA, (Spanish) a...
canbanks 18 20 CANBANK, the equival...
candelas 16 14 CANDELA, a unit of l...
candidas 16 14 CANDIDA, a parasitic...
candirus 17 14 CANDIRU, a tiny S Am...
candlers 17 14 CANDLER, one whose j...
candocks 20 20 CANDOCK, the yellow...
candours 16 14 CANDOUR, frankness,...
canellas 17 14 CANELLA, a genus of...
canikins 17 17 CANIKIN, a small can...
canities 16 12 the turning grey of...
cannabis 17 16 hemp; a narcotic dru...
cannachs 20 18 CANNACH, (Scots) a c...
cannings 16 16 CANNING, the busines...
cannolis 16 14 CANNOLI, a tube of p...
cannulas 16 15 CANNULA, a tube inse...
canoness 14 13 a woman living in a...
canopies 17 15 CANOPY, to cover fro...
canorous 15 13 musical, resonant [a...
cantalas 16 13 CANTALA, a coarse fi...
cantatas 15 12 CANTATA, a kind of v...
cantates 15 12 CANTATE, the 98th ps...
cantdogs 17 15 CANTDOG, a metal hoo...
canteens 14 13 CANTEEN, a container...
canticos 19 15 CANTICO, to dance as...
cantinas 15 13 CANTINA, (Spanish) a...
cantings 17 15 CANTING, the act of...
cantions 15 13 CANTION, (Spenser) a...
cantlets 17 13 CANTLET, a fragment...
cantoris 16 12 to be sung on the no...
cantraps 18 15 CANTRAP, a magic spe...
cantreds 16 13 CANTRED, (Welsh) a d...
cantrefs 18 15 CANTREF, (Welsh) a d...
cantrips 19 15 CANTRIP, (Scots) a c...
cantuses 16 13 CANTUS, (Latin) a me...
canvases 17 16 CANVAS, to examine t...
canzonas 17 22 CANZONA, (Italian) a...
canzones 17 22 CANZONE, (Italian) a...
capelans 18 16 CAPELAN, a small mar...
capelets 19 15 CAPELET, a small cap...
capelins 19 16 CAPELIN, a small mar...
caperers 18 14 CAPERER, one who cap...
capiases 18 14 CAPIAS, a writ autho...
capitals 20 15 CAPITAL, the upper p...
capitans 18 15 CAPITAN, (historical...
capitols 20 15 CAPITOL, a building...
caporals 19 15 CAPORAL, a coarse, s...
cappings 22 20 CAPPING, a wax cover...
caprates 18 14 CAPRATE, a salt of c...
capreses 18 14 CAPRESE, (Italian) a...
caprices 22 17 CAPRICE, a whim, an...
caprocks 23 21 CAPROCK, an overlyin...
capsizes 22 23 CAPSIZE, to overturn...
capstans 18 15 CAPSTAN, an upright...
capsules 20 16 CAPSULE, to condense...
captains 18 15 CAPTAIN, to lead or...
captchas 24 19 CAPTCHA, a program t...
captions 18 15 CAPTION, to provide...
captious 19 15 tending to find faul...
captives 21 18 CAPTIVE, to make a p...
captures 19 15 CAPTURE, to take by...
capuches 24 20 CAPUCHE, a cloak hoo...
capueras 18 15 CAPUERA, (Portuguese...
carabaos 17 14 CARABAO, a water buf...
carabids 19 15 CARABID, a black car...
carabins 18 15 CARABIN, a rifle wit...
caracals 20 15 CARACAL, the desert...
caracols 20 15 CARACOL, to perform...
caraculs 21 16 CARACUL, (Russian) a...
caramels 18 15 CARAMEL, a dark brow...
carannas 14 13 CARANNA, a resinous...
caraunas 15 13 CARAUNA, a resinous...
caravans 17 16 CARAVAN, to travel i...
caravels 19 16 CARAVEL, a small lig...
caraways 25 16 CARAWAY, an umbellif...
carbarns 18 15 CARBARN, a garage fo...
carbeens 17 15 CARBEEN, (Native Aus...
carbenes 17 15 CARBENE, a neutral d...
carbides 19 15 CARBIDE, a carbon co...
carbines 18 15 CARBINE, a rifle wit...
carboras 18 14 CARBORA, a wood-bori...
carcakes 20 18 CARCAKE, (Scots) a s...
carcases 19 14 CARCASE, to put a ca...
cardecus 20 16 CARDECU, an old Fren...
cardiacs 20 15 CARDIAC, a person wi...
cardings 18 15 CARDING, the process...
carditis 18 12 inflammation of the...
cardoons 15 13 CARDOON, a thistle-l...
careless 17 12 inattentive; neglige...
caresses 16 11 CARESS, to touch lov...
carfares 18 14 CARFARE, payment for...
carfaxes 24 21 CARFAX, a place wher...
carfoxes 24 21 CARFOX, a place wher...
cariamas 17 14 CARIAMA, a large Sou...
cariboos 18 14 CARIBOO, (Native Ame...
caribous 19 15 CARIBOU, (Native Ame...
carieres 16 11 CARIERE, (obsolete)...
cariocas 19 14 CARIOCA, a South Ame...
carioles 17 12 CARIOLE, (French) a...
carjacks 23 27 CARJACK, to hijack a...
carlines 17 13 CARLINE, (Scots) an...
carlings 19 15 CARLING, a short tim...
carloads 17 13 CARLOAD, as much as...
carlocks 22 19 CARLOCK, Russian isi...
carmines 17 15 CARMINE, a vivid red...
carnages 16 14 CARNAGE, great and b...
carneous 15 13 fleshy; of or like f...
carnyxes 28 21 CARNYX, a long war t...
caroches 21 16 CAROCHE, a stately c...
carolers 17 12 CAROLER, one who sin...
caromels 18 15 CAROMEL, a dark brow...
carotids 17 12 CAROTID, a large art...
carotins 16 12 CAROTIN, any of a nu...
carouses 16 12 CAROUSE, to engage i...
carpales 19 15 CARPALE, a bone in t...
carpings 20 17 CARPING, the act of...
carpools 19 15 CARPOOL, to take tur...
carports 19 14 CARPORT, a covered p...
carracks 21 18 CARRACK, (historical...
carracts 20 14 CARRACT, (historical...
carrects 20 14 CARRECT, (historical...
carrells 19 13 CARRELL, a desk for...
carriers 17 11 CARRIER, one that ca...
carrions 16 12 CARRION, dead and ro...
carryons 22 14 CARRYON, a fuss, a c...
cartages 17 13 CARTAGE, the act of...
cartfuls 21 16 CARTFUL, the content...
cartoons 15 12 CARTOON, to sketch a...
cartways 26 16 CARTWAY, a way used...
carvings 20 18 CARVING, a carved fi...
cascades 19 15 CASCADE, to fall lik...
cascaras 19 14 CASCARA, a medicinal...
caseases 15 11 CASEASE, an enzyme d...
caseates 15 11 CASEATE, to become c...
casefies 18 14 CASEFY, to become or...
caselaws 20 15 CASELAW, a law estab...
caseoses 15 11 CASEOSE, a water-sol...
casernes 15 12 CASERNE, a barracks...
casettes 16 11 CASETTE, a small cas...
casevacs 21 18 CASEVAC, to evacuate...
cashiers 19 13 CASHIER, to dismiss...
cashless 20 14 without cash [adj]
caspases 18 14 CASPASE, any of a gr...
cassabas 18 14 CASSABA, a variety o...
cassatas 16 11 CASSATA, (Italian) a...
cassavas 18 15 CASSAVA, a tropical...
cassenas 15 12 CASSENA, an American...
cassenes 15 12 CASSENE, an American...
cassinas 16 12 CASSINA, an American...
cassines 16 12 CASSINE, an American...
cassinos 16 12 CASSINO, a card game...
cassises 17 11 CASSIS, (French) a b...
cassocks 21 18 CASSOCK, a close-fit...
cassones 15 12 CASSONE, (Italian) a...
casspirs 20 14 CASSPIR, (South Afri...
castings 18 14 CASTING, something m...
castocks 21 18 CASTOCK, a cabbage s...
castoffs 21 17 CASTOFF, an item of...
casuists 18 12 CASUIST, a sophist w...
cataloes 16 12 CATALO, a cross betw...
catalogs 18 14 CATALOG, to classify...
catalpas 19 15 CATALPA, a tree of t...
catapans 17 15 CATAPAN, the governo...
catarrhs 19 13 CATARRH, inflammatio...
catastas 16 11 CATASTA, (Latin) a s...
catawbas 21 17 CATAWBA, a well know...
catbirds 20 15 CATBIRD, an American...
catboats 18 14 CATBOAT, a kind of s...
catcalls 22 16 CATCALL, to deride b...
catchers 22 16 CATCHER, one that ca...
catchups 25 20 CATCHUP, a spicy tom...
catclaws 24 18 CATCLAW, a type of a...
catechus 22 17 CATECHU, a resin use...
catelogs 18 14 CATELOG [v]
caterans 15 12 CATERAN, (Scots) a m...
caterers 16 11 CATERER, one that ca...
cateress 16 11 a woman who caters [...
catfaces 21 17 CATFACE, a deformity...
catfalls 21 16 CATFALL, a rope used...
catflaps 22 18 CATFLAP, a small ope...
catfoods 18 15 CATFOOD, food for ca...
catheads 18 14 CATHEAD, a beam proj...
cathects 22 16 CATHECT, to invest w...
cathetus 19 14 a straight line perp...
cathexes 24 20 CATHEXIS, the invest...
cathexis 25 20 the investment of em...
cathodes 18 14 CATHODE, a negativel...
catholes 19 14 CATHOLE, one of two...
cathoods 18 14 CATHOOD, the state o...
catjangs 19 23 CATJANG, a thickly b...
catlings 19 15 CATLING, a surgical...
catmints 18 15 CATMINT, an aromatic...
catskins 18 16 CATSKIN, the skin of...
catspaws 22 17 CATSPAW, a light bre...
catsuits 18 12 CATSUIT, a type of o...
cattabus 19 15 CATTABU, a cross bet...
cattails 18 12 CATTAIL, any of vari...
cattalos 17 12 CATTALO, a cross bet...
catwalks 22 19 CATWALK, a narrow wa...
catworks 21 18 the assemblage of mo...
catworms 21 17 CATWORM, a polychaet...
caucuses 20 16 CAUCUS, to hold a po...
caudates 16 13 CAUDATE, a creature...
caudexes 22 20 CAUDEX, the woody ba...
caudices 20 16 CAUDEX, the woody ba...
caudrons 16 14 CAUDRON, (Spenser) a...
caulkers 19 17 CAULKER, a big lie,...
caulomes 18 16 CAULOME, the structu...
caustics 21 15 CAUSTIC, a caustic s...
cautions 16 13 CAUTION, to warn [v]
cautious 17 13 exercising prudence...
cavallas 20 17 CAVALLA, a large foo...
cavasses 18 15 CAVASS, an armed att...
cavettos 18 15 CAVETTO, a concave m...
caviares 18 15 CAVIARE, the roe of...
cavilers 20 16 CAVILER, one that ca...
cavities 19 15 CAVITY, an unfilled...
cayennes 20 15 CAYENNE, a very stro...
caziques 28 30 CAZIQUE, (Taino) a W...
ceasings 17 14 CEASING, an order to...
cecities 20 14 CECITY, blindness [n...
cedillas 19 14 CEDILLA, a mark plac...
cedrates 16 12 CEDRATE, a variety o...
ceilidhs 21 15 CEILIDH, (Gaelic) an...
ceilings 19 15 CEILING, the overhea...
celadons 16 14 CELADON, a pale gree...
celeries 17 12 CELERY, a plant with...
celestas 17 12 CELESTA, a keyboard...
celestes 17 12 CELESTE, a keyboard...
cellings 20 16 CELLING, the act of...
cellists 20 13 CELLIST, one who pla...
celloses 18 13 CELLOSE, a disacchar...
cellules 20 15 CELLULE, a small cel...
celosias 17 12 CELOSIA, an ornament...
cembalos 20 18 CEMBALO, a harpsicho...
cenacles 19 16 CENACLE, a dining ro...
censures 16 13 CENSURE, to condemn...
censuses 16 13 CENSUS, to take an o...
centages 16 14 CENTAGE, rate by the...
centares 15 12 CENTARE, a measure o...
centaurs 16 13 CENTAUR, a mythical...
centavos 17 16 CENTAVO, a Portugues...
centeses 15 12 CENTESIS, a surgical...
centesis 16 12 a surgical puncture...
centiles 17 13 CENTILE, a value of...
centimes 17 15 CENTIME, (French) on...
centimos 17 15 CENTIMO, (Spanish) a...
centners 15 13 CENTNER, (German) an...
centones 14 13 CENTO, a literary wo...
centrals 17 13 CENTRAL, a telephone...
centries 16 12 CENTRY, (Shakespeare...
centrums 18 16 CENTRUM, the body of...
cepheids 21 17 CEPHEID, a star of a...
ceramals 18 15 CERAMAL, a strong al...
ceramics 21 17 CERAMIC, an item mad...
cerasins 16 12 CERASIN, the insolub...
cerastes 16 11 (Greek) any venomous...
ceratins 16 12 CERATIN, a nitrogeno...
cercises 20 14 CERCIS, any tree or...
ceresins 16 12 CERESIN, a kind of h...
cereuses 16 12 CEREUS, (Latin) a ge...
cernuous 16 14 of flowers and buds,...
cerrados 16 12 CERRADO, an area of...
cerrises 17 11 CERRIS, (Latin) a sp...
cerumens 17 16 CERUMEN, (Latin) the...
cervelas 19 16 (French) a type of F...
cervezas 21 24 CERVEZA, (Spanish) b...
cervices 22 18 CERVIX, a necklike o...
cervixes 25 22 CERVIX, a necklike o...
cessions 16 12 CESSION, a yielding...
cesspits 20 14 CESSPIT, a covered w...
cestodes 16 12 CESTODE, any parasit...
cestoids 17 12 CESTOID, any parasit...
cestoses 16 11 CESTOS, a belt or gi...
cestuses 17 12 CESTUS, a hand cover...
ceviches 24 20 CEVICHE, in Mexican...
chabouks 22 21 CHABOUK, a type of h...
chachkas 25 22 CHACHKA, (Yiddish) a...
chaddars 19 15 CHADDAR, the large v...
chaddors 19 15 CHADDOR, the large v...
chadless 20 15 without a chad [adj]
chaebols 21 17 CHAEBOL, a group of...
chaffers 23 19 CHAFFER, to bargain...
chagrins 20 16 CHAGRIN, to humiliat...
chainers 18 14 CHAINER, one who cha...
chalazas 22 23 CHALAZA, a band of t...
chalcids 24 18 CHALCID, any small p...
chalders 20 15 CHALDER, an old Scot...
chalices 23 17 CHALICE, a drinking...
challahs 23 17 CHALLAH, (Hebrew) a...
challans 20 16 CHALLAN, a waybill;...
challies 21 15 CHALLIE, a soft ligh...
chalones 18 15 CHALONE, one of a gr...
chalupas 22 18 CHALUPA, a fried cor...
chamades 19 17 CHAMADE, (historical...