8 letter words that end with T

8 letter words that end with T

8 letter T word

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abdicant 18 16 in a state of abdica...
abducent 18 17 drawing back [adj]
aberrant 14 12 wandering or strayin...
abetment 15 15 the act of abetting,...
abradant 14 13 a material used for...
absonant 13 13 discordant; abhorren...
abstract 19 14 to draw away [v -ED,...
abstrict 20 14 to set free spores e...
abundant 14 15 in great quantity [a...
abutment 16 16 a buttress of an arc...
accident 19 16 a mishap [n -S]
accredit 20 15 to accept as true [v...
accusant 19 16 an accuser [n -S]
acerbest 18 14 ACERB, bitter and so...
acescent 18 15 something that is sl...
achromat 19 16 a light transmitting...
acidiest 17 12 ACIDY, resembling ac...
acosmist 18 14 one who denies the e...
acquaint 24 22 to cause to know [v...
acquight 29 25 (obsolete) to free f...
acridest 17 12 ACRID, sharp to the...
acrodont 15 13 having teeth fused w...
acrolect 20 15 a variety of languag...
activist 20 15 an advocate of activ...
acupoint 18 16 an acupuncture site...
adducent 16 15 drawing inward or to...
adeptest 15 12 ADEPT, highly skille...
adherent 14 12 sticking, growing to...
adjacent 17 22 next to [adj ADJACEN...
adjutant 15 20 an officer who assis...
adjuvant 17 24 serving to aid or co...
adscript 20 15 (historical) a feuda...
advocaat 17 16 (Dutch) a liqueur co...
aegrotat 13 10 (archaic) an unclass...
aerodart 12 9 an arrow-headed miss...
aeroduct 16 13 a type of jet engine...
aeronaut 11 10 a traveller through...
aerostat 12 8 any lighter-than-air...
afferent 16 15 bearing, bringing or...
affluent 18 17 wealthy [adj AFFLUEN...
afforest 17 14 to cover with forest...
affright 22 18 to frighten [v -ED,...
agrement 14 14 (French) the approva...
airburst 17 12 to explode in the ai...
aircraft 19 14 a machine for travel...
airshaft 18 13 a passage for air e....
airtight 18 12 impermeable to air [...
alaiment 14 13 an allayment, a less...
alarmist 16 12 one who alarms other...
alcahest 19 14 the hypothetical uni...
alertest 14 9 ALERT, ready for sud...
alienist 14 10 a psychiatrist speci...
aliquant 22 20 not dividing equally...
alkahest 17 15 the hypothetical uni...
alleycat 24 15 a cat who lives in a...
allnight 19 15 lasting all night [a...
almagest 16 14 a medieval treatise...
alphabet 20 17 a set of letters [n...
alpinist 17 13 a mountain climber [...
alterant 13 10 something that alter...
alternat 13 10 a way of determining...
altruist 16 10 one that practices a...
alumroot 15 13 a North American flo...
amadavat 15 16 (Hindi) the strawber...
ambivert 19 18 someone who is both...
ambulant 17 17 walking; moving from...
amethyst 23 15 a purple gemstone, b...
amidmost 16 15 in the very middle [...
anapaest 13 12 a type of metrical f...
anchoret 17 14 one who lives in sec...
angriest 14 11 ANGRY, having anger...
annalist 13 11 a historian, esp. a...
antepast 14 12 (obsolete) a foretas...
antevert 14 13 to displace a body o...
anticult 18 14 opposed to cults [ad...
antileft 16 13 opposed to leftism [...
antiriot 13 9 designed to end riot...
antirust 14 10 intended to prevent...
antismut 15 13 opposed to pornograp...
antistat 13 9 something that oppos...
antithet 15 11 an instance of antit...
antsiest 13 9 ANTSY, eager, excite...
aperient 14 12 a laxative [n -S]
aphorist 18 13 one who makes aphori...
apiarist 16 11 a bee keeper [n -S]
apoplast 18 15 the non-protoplasmic...
apparent 16 15 seeming [adj APPAREN...
appestat 17 14 a neural centre in t...
appetent 16 15 craving [adj]
appliest 19 15 APPLEY, resembling o...
aquanaut 20 20 a skin-diver; someon...
aquarist 22 18 a curator of an aqua...
aquatint 21 19 to etch using a cert...
aqueduct 25 23 an artificial channe...
arbalest 16 12 a type of crossbow,...
arbalist 17 12 a type of crossbow,...
arbelest 16 12 a type of crossbow,...
arborist 16 11 a tree specialist [n...
arcanist 16 12 a person knowing sec...
archaist 19 13 an antiquary [n -S]
argonaut 13 12 a sort of cuttlefish...
argument 15 15 an exchange of diffe...
armament 14 15 a military force equ...
armgaunt 15 15 (Shakespeare) with g...
armorist 15 11 a person skilled in...
arraught 17 13 AREACH, (Spenser) to...
arrogant 13 11 overbearing [adj ARR...
arsonist 13 9 one who maliciously...
artefact 18 14 an object made by ma...
artifact 19 14 an object made by ma...
artsiest 14 8 ARTSY, arty [adj]
ashplant 18 15 a walking stick made...
aspirant 15 12 a candidate [n -S]
assignat 14 11 (historical) one of...
assonant 11 10 corresponding in vow...
astutest 14 9 ASTUTE, shrewd and p...
atrament 13 12 (archaic) blacking;...
attentat 12 9 (French) an (esp. un...
atticist 18 11 one who uses atticis...
autocrat 16 12 an absolute ruler [n...
autotest 13 9 a competition in whi...
avadavat 16 17 (Hindi) the strawber...
avantist 15 13 an avant-garde artis...
averment 15 16 a positive assertion...
aviarist 16 12 a keeper of an aviar...
avoidant 14 14 of behaviour, demons...
baccarat 21 17 a French card game,...
bacchant 23 20 a priest of Bacchus,...
backbeat 21 21 one of the normally...
backcast 23 21 to make a backward c...
backchat 25 23 impertinence, repart...
backlift 24 22 the backwards liftin...
backlist 22 19 to include in a publ...
backmost 21 21 hindmost [adj]
backrest 20 18 a back support [n -S...
backseat 19 18 a rear seat [n -S]
baggiest 18 15 BAGGY, loose fitting...
bailment 17 16 a delivery of goods...
bakemeat 16 18 (Biblical) pastry, p...
balconet 18 16 a miniature balcony,...
baldiest 17 13 BALDY, having no hai...
balkiest 18 16 BALKY, apt to balk;...
ballonet 16 14 in a balloon or diri...
balmiest 18 15 BALMY, mild, tempera...
banalest 15 13 BANAL, flat and unin...
bandelet 15 14 a flat moulding arou...
bandiest 15 13 BANDY, having crooke...
banjoist 17 21 one who plays the ba...
bankrupt 19 20 to make insolvent [v...
banneret 13 13 (historical) a knigh...
bardiest 16 12 BARDY, (Scots) scold...
bareboat 16 14 a pleasure-boat rent...
barefoot 16 14 being without shoes...
barghest 19 15 a doglike goblin who...
barguest 17 14 a doglike goblin who...
barkiest 17 15 BARKY, having a toug...
barmiest 17 14 BARMIE, foamy; dotty...
barniest 15 12 BARNY, like a barn [...
barostat 15 11 an automatic device...
barriest 16 11 BARRIE, (Edinburgh s...
barrulet 17 13 a thin horizontal he...
bascinet 18 15 a light helmet, also...
basement 15 15 the part of the buil...
bashment 18 17 a large gathering fo...
basilect 20 15 the least prestigiou...
bassiest 16 11 BASSY, somewhat deep...
bassinet 15 12 a basket used as a b...
batement 15 15 reduction [n -S]
battiest 16 11 BATTY, (colloquial)...
bawdiest 19 15 BAWDY, obscene [adj]
bayfront 23 17 the shoreline of a b...
beadiest 15 12 BEADY, resembling be...
beakiest 16 15 BEAKY, resembling a...
beamiest 16 14 BEAMY, radiant [adj]
beatiest 15 11 BEATY, of music, hav...
beauffet 19 18 (obsolete) a sideboa...
beautest 15 12 BEAUT, beautiful [ad...
becarpet 20 17 to cover with a carp...
bedquilt 26 23 a quilt for a bed; a...
bedright 20 16 the privilege of the...
bedsheet 17 14 a sheet for a bed [n...
bedskirt 18 16 drapery attached to...
beechnut 20 18 the nut of the beech...
beefiest 17 14 BEEFY, thickly built...
beerfest 17 14 (US) a beer festival...
beeriest 15 11 BEERY, smelling of b...
beetroot 14 11 the dark-red root of...
beigiest 17 13 BEIGY, relating to t...
bejesuit 18 21 to initiate into Jes...
beknight 20 20 to raise to knightho...
bellcast 21 16 designating a style...
bellwort 21 16 a genus of plants wi...
bendiest 15 13 BENDY, full of bends...
benedict 18 16 a newly married husb...
benefact 19 18 to confer a benefit...
bentiest 15 12 BENTY, like wiry gra...
bergamot 17 16 a citrus tree [n -S]
besought 19 16 BESEECH, to implore,...
besprent 17 15 (obsolete) sprinkled...
betelnut 16 14 the areca nut [n -S]
bigamist 19 16 a person who commits...
bilgiest 19 14 BILGY, having the sm...
bioblast 19 15 a tiny granule of pr...
bioplast 19 15 a tiny mass of biopl...
birdshot 19 14 small shot for shoot...
birkiest 18 15 BIRKIE, (Scots) acti...
birsiest 17 11 BIRSY, (Scots) brist...
bitsiest 17 11 BITSY, small and att...
bittiest 17 11 BITTY, fragmented [a...
bivalent 18 17 a pair of chromosome...
blackest 21 19 BLACK, being of the...
blackout 21 20 a power failure [n -...
bladiest 17 13 BLADY, as in blady g...
blandest 16 14 BLAND, neutral-tasti...
blankest 17 17 BLANK, empty [adj]
blanquet 24 23 (French) a variety o...
blattant 16 13 (Spenser) offensivel...
bleakest 17 16 BLEAK, dull and chee...
blearest 16 12 BLEAR, of the eyes,...
blindest 17 14 BLIND, sightless [ad...
blindgut 19 17 the caecum [n -S]
blingest 18 15 BLING, flashy [adj]
blipvert 22 19 a very short adverti...
blithest 20 14 BLITHE, merry [adj]
blogpost 20 17 a single entry in a...
blokiest 18 16 BLOKEY, like one of...
bloncket 20 20 (Spenser) grey [adj]
blondest 16 14 BLOND, light coloure...
blowdart 20 16 a dart shot from a b...
blowiest 20 15 BLOWY, windy, gusty...
blowkart 21 19 a land vehicle with...
bludiest 18 14 BLUDY, stained with...
bluebeat 18 16 a type of West India...
bluecoat 19 16 one dressed in blue,...
bluffest 22 19 BLUFF, rough and hea...
bluntest 17 14 BLUNT, not sharp or...
blurbist 21 16 a writer of blurbs [...
boatlift 19 15 to transport by boat...
boatport 17 14 an enclosure for boa...
bobbinet 19 18 a kind of cotton lac...
bobfloat 20 18 a small buoyant floa...
bodement 15 16 a prediction or prop...
bodgiest 17 14 BODGIE, fake [adj]
bodysuit 23 15 a close fitting one-...
boggiest 18 15 BOGGY, like a bog [a...
boneyest 20 14 BONEY, like bone, al...
bongoist 16 14 a bongo player [n -S...
bonniest 14 13 BONNY, pretty or hea...
boofiest 17 14 BOOFY, muscular and...
bookiest 16 15 BOOKY, by way of bei...
bookrest 16 15 a rack for books [n...
boomiest 16 14 BOOMY, hollow-soundi...
bootlast 16 12 a footlike last on w...
booziest 18 20 BOOZY, inclined to b...
boppiest 20 17 BOPPY, suggestive of...
bortiest 16 11 BORTY, relating to b...
boskiest 17 15 BOSKY, woody or bush...
bossiest 16 11 BOSSY, domineering [...
botanist 15 12 one skilled in botan...
bouffant 19 19 a woman's hairdo [n...
boughpot 21 19 (archaic) a pot for...
bousiest 16 12 BOUSY, inclined to b...
bowfront 20 18 having a curved fron...
bowsprit 22 17 a spar that extends...
boysiest 22 13 BOYSY, suited to or...
bracelet 19 15 an ornamental band o...
bractlet 20 15 a small leaf on the...
braggart 18 15 a boaster [n -S]
braggest 18 15 BRAG, first-rate [ad...
braidest 16 12 BRAID, broad [adj]
brakiest 17 15 BRAKY, abounding in...
brashest 18 13 BRASH, forward, over...
brassart 16 11 (historical) a piece...
bratchet 21 16 a hunting dog, also...
breadnut 15 14 a tropical fruit [n...
breakout 16 16 an escape [n -S]
breaskit 17 15 meat from the breast...
brentest 15 12 BRENT, (Scots) lofty...
brickbat 23 21 a piece of brick [n...
briefest 18 14 BRIEF, short [adj]
brillest 19 13 BRILL, brilliant [ad...
briniest 16 12 BRINY, salty [adj]
briskest 18 15 BRISK, quick of move...
broadest 15 12 BROAD, broad [adj]
brooklet 17 16 a small brook [n -S]
brosiest 16 11 BROSY, having the qu...
browbeat 20 17 to intimidate [v BRO...
brownest 18 15 BROWN, of a dark col...
brownout 18 16 a reduction in elect...
bruskest 18 16 BRUSK, abrupt in man...
buckshot 23 21 a large kind of shot...
buddiest 17 14 BUDDY, having buds [...
buffiest 21 18 BUFFY, of a yellowis...
buggiest 19 16 BUGGY, full of bugs...
buildout 18 15 a process of expansi...
bulgiest 19 15 BULGY, bulging [adj]
bulkiest 19 17 BULKY, having bulk [...
bulldust 20 16 a euphemism for bull...
bulliest 19 14 BULLY, wonderful [ad...
bullpout 21 18 a freshwater fish of...
bullshat 21 16 BULLSHIT, to talk no...
bullshit 22 16 to talk nonsense [v...
bullshot 21 16 a drink made of vodk...
bumpiest 20 18 BUMPY, of uneven sur...
bunfight 22 20 a tea party, a petty...
bunodont 14 15 having rounded molar...
buntiest 16 13 BUNTY, having bunt,...
burganet 16 15 a visored helmet tha...
burgonet 16 15 (French) a visored h...
burinist 17 13 one who works with t...
burliest 18 13 BURLY, heavy and mus...
burriest 17 12 BURRY, abounding in...
bushgoat 19 16 a small antelope, al...
bushiest 19 14 BUSHY, having many b...
bushmeat 19 17 meat from animals na...
bustiest 17 12 BUSTY, full-bosomed...
butchest 22 17 BUTCH, tough [adj]
buxomest 23 22 BUXOM, healthily plu...
buzzbait 25 33 an artificial bait w...
buzziest 23 30 BUZZY, having a buzz...
bystreet 22 13 a side street [n -S]
cabalist 20 15 someone who finds hi...
cabernet 17 15 (French) a type of b...
cachalot 22 17 a large whale, also...
cachepot 23 19 (French) an ornament...
cacholot 22 17 a large whale, also...
cackiest 21 18 CACKY, of or like ex...
cadgiest 18 14 CADGY, cheerful, als...
calamint 18 16 a genus of labiate a...
califont 19 16 (tradename) a kind o...
calmiest 19 15 CALMY, clayey [adj]
calorist 18 12 a person who believe...
campiest 20 17 CAMPY, comically exa...
camshaft 22 19 a shaft fitted with...
canniest 15 13 CANNIE, prudent, als...
canoeist 15 12 one who engages in c...
canonist 15 13 a specialist in cano...
cantiest 16 12 CANTY, (Scots) conte...
canzonet 17 22 a short song [n -S]
capellet 20 16 a swelling on a hors...
carburet 19 15 to combine chemicall...
carcanet 18 15 (obsolete) an orname...
carniest 16 12 CARNY, cunning [adj]
carrycot 26 16 a cot for carrying a...
carryout 23 14 a takeout order of f...
casement 16 15 a vertically-hinged...
caskiest 18 15 CASKY, resembling a...
castanet 15 12 a rhythm instrument...
catalyst 24 14 a substance that spe...
catapult 20 16 to hurl through the...
cataract 19 14 a waterfall [n -S]
catfight 23 18 a fight between two...
cattiest 17 11 CATTY, spiteful [adj...
cauldest 18 14 CAULD, (Scots) cold...
cellaret 18 13 a cabinet for wine b...
centoist 16 12 one who composes cen...
centrist 17 12 one who adheres to t...
ceramist 18 14 one who makes cerami...
cerement 16 15 a waxed wrapping for...
cervelat 19 16 (French) a type of F...
chainlet 19 15 a small chain [n -S]
chalkpit 24 21 a quarry of chalk [n...
chamelot 20 17 (Spenser) a strong w...
champart 22 19 the division of the...
chariest 19 13 CHARY, discreetly ca...
charoset 18 13 a dish eaten at Pass...
chartist 20 13 one who uses charts...
chastest 19 13 CHASTE, sexually vir...
chayroot 24 15 the root of the chay...
cheapest 20 16 CHEAP, inexpensive [...
checkout 23 21 the cash desk at a s...
chestnut 19 15 a tree of genus Cast...
chevalet 21 18 (French) the bridge...
chewiest 22 16 CHEWY, not easily ch...
chiefest 21 16 CHIEF, important [ad...
chiliast 21 14 one who believes in...
chillest 22 15 CHILL, cool [adj]
chirkest 21 17 CHIRK, cheerful [adj...
chitchat 25 18 to indulge in small...
choicest 22 16 CHOICE, of fine qual...
chokiest 20 17 CHOKY, tending to ca...
chuffest 24 20 CHUFF, gruff [adj]
cissiest 18 11 CISSY, timid, also S...
civilist 22 16 a person versed in c...
claimant 18 16 one who makes a clai...
clarinet 17 13 a woodwind instrumen...
classist 19 12 one who discriminate...
clayiest 24 14 CLAYEY, resembling c...
cleanest 16 13 CLEAN, free from sta...
cleanout 16 14 the act of cleaning...
clearcut 21 16 to cut a forest comp...
clearest 17 12 CLEAR, easy to see [...
clearout 17 13 the action of removi...
closeout 17 13 a clearance sale [n...
cloudlet 19 15 a small cloud [n -S]
cloyment 24 18 surfeit [n -S]
clubbist 24 19 a member of a club [...
clubfeet 22 19 CLUBFOOT, a deformed...
clubfoot 22 19 a deformed foot [n C...
clubroot 20 16 a plant disease [n -...
coaldust 18 14 the dust from coal [...
coaliest 17 12 COALY, containing co...
coarsest 16 11 COARSE, rough, crude...
coassist 17 11 to assist jointly [v...
coattest 16 11 to attest jointly [v...
cobbiest 21 17 COBBY, stout, obstin...
cockboat 22 21 a small boat [n -S]
cockiest 21 18 COCKY, arrogantly se...
cockloft 24 22 a small room just un...
cockshot 23 20 a target in a throwi...
cockshut 24 21 twilight, probably r...
cocoanut 18 16 the large, hard-shel...
codirect 20 15 to direct jointly [v...
coeffect 23 20 an accompanying effe...
cognovit 19 18 in law, an acknowled...
coherent 17 14 sticking together [a...
coinfect 21 18 to infect at the sam...
coinvent 17 17 to invent together [...
cokernut 17 17 the large, hard-shel...
colewort 20 15 a plant of the cabba...
collaret 18 13 a small collar [n -S...
colonist 17 13 one who settles a co...
colorant 16 13 a pigment or dye [n...
colorist 18 12 a person skilled in...
combiest 20 17 COMBY, full of holes...
comedist 18 15 a writer of comedies...
comfiest 20 17 COMFY, (colloquial)...
compleat 20 18 (archaic) to complet...
complect 24 21 to weave together [v...
comprint 20 18 to share in printing...
conflict 23 19 to be in opposition...
confront 17 16 to face defiantly [v...
congreet 16 14 (archaic) to salute...
conjoint 17 22 united [adj CONJOINT...
conjunct 21 26 joined together, uni...
conkiest 17 16 CONKY, full of a tre...
conodont 14 14 any of various Palae...
conquest 24 22 the act of conquerin...
constant 15 13 not varying [adj CON...
consumpt 20 19 (Scots) consumption...
contempt 19 18 scorn [n -S]
contract 19 15 to decrease in size...
contrast 16 12 to place in oppositi...
contrist 17 12 (obsolete) to sadden...
coomiest 17 14 COOMY, full of coom,...
coonshit 18 14 (offensive) a malodo...
coparent 17 15 to share the parenti...
copsiest 19 14 COPSY, like a coppic...
copyedit 25 17 to prepare copy for...
copyleft 28 20 to publish (intellec...
coregent 16 14 a joint regent [n -S...
corkiest 18 15 CORKY, like cork [ad...
corniest 16 12 CORNY, trite, sentim...
cornloft 19 16 a loft for corn; a g...
cornrent 15 13 a rent for agricultu...
corselet 17 12 a piece of body armo...
corybant 24 17 one of the priests o...
coscript 23 17 to collaborate in wr...
cosecant 18 15 a trigonometrical fu...
cotenant 14 13 a joint tenant [n -S...
couchant 21 18 in heraldry, lying o...
couldest 18 14 CAN, to put in a cyl...
courtlet 18 13 a petty court [n -S]
couthest 19 14 COUTH, sophisticated...
covalent 18 17 sharing electron pai...
covenant 16 17 to enter into a bind...
coverlet 19 16 a bed covering, also...
crabmeat 19 17 the edible part of a...
crackpot 23 21 an eccentric person...
cragfast 20 16 stuck on a crag [adj...
crankest 17 16 CRANK, lively [adj]
crapiest 19 14 CRAPY, like crape [a...
crassest 17 11 CRASS, grossly vulga...
craziest 20 20 CRAZY, insane [adj]
creodont 15 13 any member of a grou...
creolist 18 12 a person who studies...
crepiest 19 14 CREPY, having the te...
crescent 19 15 a curved shape like...
crispest 20 14 CRISP, brittle [adj]
crockpot 23 21 (tradename) a brand...
cronkest 17 16 CRONK, (Australian c...
crookest 17 15 CROOK, (Australian s...
crossbit 20 14 CROSSBITE, to swindl...
crosscut 21 15 to cut across [v CRO...
crossest 17 11 CROSS, ill-tempered...
crosslet 18 12 a heraldic symbol [n...
crotchet 22 16 a small hook [n -S]
crowbait 22 17 an old horse [n -S]
crowboot 21 17 a type of Inuit boot...
crowfeet 21 17 CROWFOOT, a wild flo...
crowfoot 21 17 a wild flower, aka b...
crownlet 20 16 a small crown [n -S]
crudiest 18 13 CRUDY, (Shakespeare)...
cruelest 18 13 CRUEL, disposed to i...
crumpest 21 18 CRUMP, crisp, also C...
cryostat 23 13 a refrigeration appa...
cubbiest 22 18 CUBBY, plump, squat...
cucurbit 24 19 a chemical vessel us...
cultiest 19 13 CULTY, intended to a...
cuppiest 22 18 CUPPY, cuplike [adj]
curdiest 18 13 CURDY, having the te...
curliest 19 13 CURLY, tending to cu...
curniest 17 13 CURNY, granular, als...
curviest 20 16 CURVEY, curved, also...
cushiest 20 14 CUSHY, (colloquial)...
cuspiest 20 15 CUSPY, of a computer...
cuttiest 18 12 CUTTY, (Scots) short...
cyanuret 22 15 (obsolete) cyanide [...
cyberpet 27 19 a computer simulated...
cynodont 21 16 a carnivorous mammal...
daffiest 18 15 DAFFY, daft [adj]
daggiest 16 13 DAGGY, (Australian c...
damewort 17 15 a cruciferous plant,...
damndest 14 14 utmost effort, in ph...
dampiest 17 15 DAMPY, somewhat damp...
danciest 16 13 DANCY, (esp. of elec...
dandiest 13 11 DANDY, fine [adj]
danegelt 14 13 a tax imposed in the...
danewort 15 13 an elder-like shrub,...
darndest 13 11 one's utmost, also D...
dashiest 16 11 DASHY, stylish [adj]
daubiest 16 13 DAUBY, smeary [adj]
daylight 25 16 to illuminate with t...
deadbeat 14 13 one who is totally e...
deadbolt 16 14 a lock for a door [n...
deadlift 17 14 to lift without leve...
debbiest 18 15 DEBBY, like a debuta...
debutant 15 14 someone (male) makin...
decadent 15 14 decaying [adj DECADE...
decedent 15 14 (US) in US law, a de...
decommit 19 18 to withdraw from a c...
decrepit 19 15 worn out, down at he...
dedicant 16 14 a person who dedicat...
deediest 13 10 DEEDY, industrious [...
deepfelt 18 16 profoundly believed...
deepmost 16 15 deepest [adj]
deferent 14 13 an imaginary circle...
defluent 16 15 running down [adj]
deforest 15 12 to remove the trees...
delliest 16 11 DELLY, like a dell [...
demarket 15 16 to discourage consum...
demivolt 18 17 a half turn made by...
democrat 17 15 a believer in politi...
demonist 14 13 one who believes in...
demotist 15 12 a student of demotic...
demurest 15 13 DEMURE, shy and mode...
depeinct 18 16 (Spenser) to paint,...
deponent 13 14 having a passive for...
depurant 15 14 a purifying agent, a...
derelict 18 13 anything forsaken or...
deselect 17 13 to dismiss from a tr...
desinent 12 11 (archaic) terminal;...
deskfast 17 16 breakfast eaten at o...
despight 20 16 a looking down with...
despotat 15 12 a territory governed...
destruct 18 13 to destroy [v -ED, -...
dewpoint 18 16 the temperature at w...
diallist 17 11 a dialer, also DIALI...
dickiest 19 16 DICKY, poor in condi...
dictiest 18 12 DICTY, (US slang) pr...
diddiest 15 11 DIDDY, (colloquial)...
diffract 22 18 to separate into par...
digamist 17 14 one who marries for...
dilatant 14 11 something that enlar...
diligent 16 13 persevering [adj DIL...
dilliest 17 11 DILLY, very pleasing...
dingiest 15 12 DINGY, grimy, also D...
dinkiest 15 14 DINKY, small, neat [...
diplomat 18 16 a person employed or...
dippiest 19 15 DIPPY, crazy, insane...
dirigent 15 12 directing [adj]
diriment 15 13 that renders absolut...
dirtiest 15 9 DIRTY, soiled [adj]
discinct 21 16 ungirded [adj]
disclost 19 13 DISCLOSE, to reveal...
discount 17 14 to reduce the price...
discreet 17 12 tactful [adj DISCREE...
dishabit 19 14 (Shakespeare) to dri...
disherit 17 11 to deprive of an inh...
dishiest 17 11 DISHY, (colloquial)...
disjoint 16 19 to put out of order...
disjunct 20 23 an alternative in a...
dismount 15 14 to get down from an...
dispirit 18 12 to lower in spirits...
displant 17 14 to uproot; to remove...
disquiet 23 19 not quiet [adj DISQU...
dissight 19 13 (archaic) an unsight...
distinct 18 13 clearly different [a...
distract 18 12 to divert the attent...
distrait 15 9 distracted in mind;...
district 19 12 an area or region [n...
distrust 16 10 to have no trust in,...
ditheist 17 11 one who holds the do...
ditsiest 15 9 DITSY, eccentric, al...
ditziest 18 18 DITZY, eccentric, al...
divalent 16 15 a pair of chromosome...
dividant 16 15 (Shakespeare) divisi...
divinest 16 14 DIVINE, pertaining t...
divviest 19 17 DIVVY, stupid [adj]
dizziest 21 27 DIZZY, giddy [adj]
docilest 18 13 DOCILE, compliant [a...
document 17 17 to support by conclu...
doddiest 14 11 DODDY, sulky [adj]
dodgiest 15 12 DODGY, dubious, shad...
dogfight 21 18 to engage in an aeri...
doggiest 16 13 DOGGY, resembling a...
doiltest 15 10 DOILT, (Scots) crazy...
dominant 13 14 controlling [adj DOM...
donsiest 13 10 DONSIE, unlucky, als...
doomiest 14 12 DOOMY, depressed [ad...
doorpost 15 12 one of the two verti...
dorkiest 15 13 DORKY, (slang) idiot...
dormient 14 13 (archaic) sleeping,...
dortiest 14 9 DORTY, (Scots) petti...
dosseret 13 9 a block resting on t...
dottiest 14 9 DOTTY, feebleminded,...
dottlest 15 10 DOTTLE, of tobacco,...
doughnut 17 16 to surround a speake...
dowdiest 17 13 DOWDY, dressed unsty...
dowliest 18 13 DOWLY, (English dial...
downbeat 17 16 the first beat of a...
downcast 19 16 a current of air int...
downiest 16 13 DOWNY, covered in do...
downmost 17 16 furthest down [adj]
drabbest 18 15 DRAB, dull and monot...
dragonet 13 12 a marine fish of the...
drapiest 16 12 DRAPEY, characterize...
dreadest 13 10 DREAD, inspiring fea...
drearest 13 9 DREAR, dreary, also...
dribblet 20 16 a small drop of liqu...
driftnet 16 13 a large fishnet arra...
drollest 16 11 DROLL, quaintly amus...
droniest 13 10 DRONY, monotonous [a...
dropshot 18 14 a type of shot in te...
dropwort 19 15 a wild flower, a spe...
druggist 18 14 a person who deals i...
drumbeat 17 16 the sound of a drum...
drunkest 15 15 DRUNK, intoxicated [...
drupelet 17 14 a small part of a fr...
drusiest 15 10 DRUSY, rough with mi...
druxiest 21 17 DRUXY, of timber, ha...
drypoint 22 15 a sharp needle by wh...
dubonnet 14 15 (French) a red colou...
duckfoot 20 20 as in duckfoot quote...
duckiest 19 17 DUCKY, (US slang) ex...
duddiest 15 12 DUDDY, (Scots) ragge...
duellist 17 12 one who duels, also...
duettist 15 10 a participant in a d...
dulliest 17 12 DULLY, somewhat dull...
dumbshit 21 18 (slang) a stupid per...
dummiest 17 16 DUMMY, sham, feigned...
dumpcart 21 19 a cart for collectin...
dumpiest 18 16 DUMPY, short and thi...
dungiest 15 13 DUNGY, having the qu...
dunniest 13 12 DUNNY, stupid [adj]
durgiest 16 12 DURGY, dwarfish [adj...
durndest 14 12 DURNED, damned [adj]
duskiest 16 14 DUSKY, somewhat dark...
dustcart 18 13 a cart used for coll...
dustcoat 17 13 an overall; a light...
dustiest 15 10 DUSTY, full of dust...
dwarfest 19 15 DWARF, extremely sma...
dynamist 21 15 one who accounts for...
eagerest 13 10 EAGER, full of keen...
earliest 14 9 EARLY, before the du...
earthnut 15 12 a pignut, also EARTH...
earthset 15 10 the setting of the e...
easement 12 12 the right to use som...
eastmost 14 11 at the furthest poin...
echoiest 18 13 ECHOEY, full of echo...
eensiest 12 9 EENSY, (colloquial)...
efferent 16 15 carrying outward or...
effluent 18 17 outflow from sewage...
eggfruit 19 16 an aubergine [n -S]
eggplant 18 17 (US) the aubergine [...
electret 17 12 a nonconductor havin...
elegiast 15 11 one who composes ele...
elephant 17 15 a large tusked mamma...
eloquent 21 20 fluent in speech [ad...
emergent 14 14 emerging [adj EMERGE...
emigrant 15 14 one who emigrates [n...
emongest 14 14 (obsolete) in the mi...
empacket 20 21 to pack up [v -ED, -...
emptiest 17 14 EMPTY, containing no...
emulgent 16 16 acting as a drain fo...
endocast 15 13 a cast of the crania...
endpoint 14 14 either of two points...
enforest 14 12 to turn into forest...
entrepot 14 12 (French) a place, su...
entryist 20 11 one who indulges in...
epiblast 19 15 the external layer o...
equitant 21 19 of leaves, folded le...
errorist 14 8 one holding a mistak...
erumpent 16 16 breaking or bursting...
escapist 19 14 one given to escapis...
escargot 17 13 (French) a snail as...
eschalot 19 14 (French) an onion wi...
esculent 17 14 something that is ed...
essayist 20 10 a writer of prose co...
esurient 13 10 hungry, greedy [adj...
etherist 16 10 one who administers...
ethicist 20 13 an expert upon ethic...
eucalypt 26 18 a large Australian t...
eucaryot 22 14 an organism whose ce...
eugenist 14 12 a student of eugenic...
eukaryot 20 15 an organism whose ce...
eulogist 16 12 one who composes eul...
euphuist 19 15 one given to euphuis...
eurocrat 16 12 a senior member of t...
evacuant 17 17 a medicine that indu...
evillest 18 14 EVIL, morally bad [a...
evolvent 17 18 an involute curve [n...
exactest 22 18 EXACT, precise [adj]
excitant 22 19 a stimulant [n -S]
excubant 24 23 on guard [adj]
exhalant 21 19 a vessel that emits...
exhalent 21 19 a vessel that emits...
exigeant 19 18 exacting [adj]
existent 19 16 something that exist...
exorcist 23 18 one who practices ex...
expirant 21 19 someone expiring [n...
explicit 27 22 distinctly stated [a...
exponent 19 20 one who practises a...
exsecant 21 19 a trigonometric func...
externat 18 16 (French) a day-schoo...
extranet 18 16 a type of network li...
exultant 20 18 exulting [adj EXULTA...
eyepoint 20 14 the point at which t...
eyesight 23 14 the ability to see [...
fabbiest 20 17 FABBY, excellent, ma...
fabulist 20 16 one who invents fabl...
facelift 22 18 to perform plastic s...
faddiest 16 13 FADDY, inclined to t...
faffiest 20 17 FAFFY, awkward and t...
faggiest 18 15 FAGGY, having the ch...
faineant 13 13 a lazy person [n -S]
faintest 15 12 FAINT, lacking stren...
fairiest 16 11 FAIRY, of or like a...
fakement 16 19 a sham, a dodge [n -...
falconet 18 16 one of the smaller c...
faltboat 18 15 a collapsible boat o...
familist 19 15 relating to familism...
fanciest 18 15 FANCY, ornamental [a...
fanlight 20 17 a half-circle window...
farthest 18 13 to the greatest dist...
fatalist 17 12 a believer in fatali...
fattiest 16 11 FATTY, greasy or oil...
fawniest 18 15 FAWNY, yellowish-bro...
feculent 19 17 full of filth or was...
feeblest 18 15 FEEBLE, very weak [a...
feintest 15 12 FEINT, ruled with fa...
feiriest 16 11 FEIRIE, (Scots) nimb...
feltiest 17 12 FELTY, matted like f...
feminist 17 15 a supporter of femin...
femmiest 18 17 FEMMY, markedly femi...
fendiest 15 13 FENDY, (Scots) resou...
fenniest 14 13 FENNY, having fens [...
ferliest 17 12 FERLY, marvellous [a...
ferniest 15 12 FERNY, covered with...
ferninst 15 13 right opposite to in...
festiest 16 11 FESTY, (Australian s...
fetidest 16 12 FETID, stinking, als...
ficklest 22 19 FICKLE, not loyal [a...
fiercest 19 14 FIERCE, violently ho...
fieriest 16 11 FIERY, intensely hot...
figurant 17 15 a ballet dancer who...
figurist 19 14 one who uses or inte...
filament 17 16 a slender threadlike...
filmfest 21 18 a festival at which...
filmiest 19 15 FILMY, thin, delicat...
finalist 17 13 a contestant who rea...
finitist 17 12 an advocate of finit...
finniest 15 13 FINNY, having fins [...
fireboat 17 14 a boat equipped with...
firebrat 18 14 a small insect found...
firriest 17 11 FIRRY, abounding in...
fishboat 20 16 a watercraft used fo...
fishbolt 22 17 a type of bolt [n -S...
fishiest 19 13 FISHY, consisting of...
fistiest 17 11 FISTY, like a fist [...
fitliest 18 12 FITLY, in a fit mann...
fizziest 23 29 FIZZY, fizzing [adj]
flagrant 17 15 conspicuous [adj FLA...
flakiest 18 16 FLAKEY, in flakes; c...
flamelet 18 16 a small flame [n -S]
flameout 17 16 a failure of a jet e...
flamiest 18 15 FLAMY, flaming [adj]
flariest 17 12 FLARY, tending to fl...
flashest 19 14 FLASH, showy, vulgar...
flatboat 18 15 a large flat-bottome...
flatfeet 18 15 FLATFOOT, a foot con...
flatfoot 18 15 to walk with a dragg...
flattest 17 12 FLAT, having a smoot...
flautist 18 13 one who plays the fl...
flawiest 20 15 FLAWY, full of flaws...
flaxiest 23 19 FLAXY, like flax; of...
fleawort 19 15 a herb, formerly bel...
fleetest 16 12 FLEET, swift, also F...
fleshpot 21 17 a pot for cooking me...
flibbert 22 18 (dialect) a small pi...
flippant 21 19 lacking proper respe...
flippest 22 18 FLIP, flippant [adj]
floatant 15 13 something which make...
floatcut 20 16 as in floatcut file,...
floodlit 18 14 illuminated by flood...
floreant 15 13 (Latin) may they flo...
floriest 17 12 FLORY, having fleur-...
floweret 19 15 a small flower, also...
flukiest 19 17 FLUKY, lucky, by acc...
flushest 20 15 FLUSH, with ample mo...
flutiest 18 13 FLUTY, resembling a...
flysheet 25 16 part of a tent [n -S...
foalfoot 17 15 a plant with large s...
foamiest 16 14 FOAMY, covered with...
fogfruit 20 17 an American flowerin...
foggiest 18 15 FOGGY, filled with f...
foglight 22 18 a motor-vehicle ligh...
foldboat 18 16 a collapsible boat r...
folkiest 18 16 FOLKY, down to earth...
folkmoot 18 19 a general assembly o...
footiest 15 11 FOOTY, mean [adj]
footpost 17 14 a messenger who trav...
footrest 15 11 a support for the fe...
forceout 18 15 a play by which a ru...
forebitt 18 14 a post for fastening...
forecast 18 14 to estimate in advan...
forefeet 16 14 FOREFOOT, one of the...
forefelt 18 15 FOREFEEL, to have a...
forefoot 16 14 one of the front fee...
forehent 16 14 to overtake, also FO...
forelent 15 13 FORELEND, to grant b...
forelift 19 15 (Spenser) to lift up...
foremast 16 14 the forward mast of...
foremost 16 14 first in position [a...
forepart 17 14 the front part [n -S...
forepast 17 14 (obsolete) former, b...
forewent 17 15 FOREGO, to go before...
forfault 19 16 forfeiture [n -S]
forkiest 17 15 FORKY, resembling a...
forklift 21 19 to raise or move by...
fornenst 14 13 (Scots) right opposi...
forspent 17 15 FORSPEND, to wear ou...
forswatt 19 14 (Spenser) covered wi...
foulmart 18 16 a polecat, also FOUM...
foveolet 17 16 a small fovea, also...
fragment 17 17 to break into pieces...
fragrant 16 14 having a pleasant pe...
frailest 17 12 FRAIL, weak, infirm...
frankest 16 16 FRANK, free and open...
frappant 19 18 striking [adj]
freakout 16 16 an event marked by w...
freeboot 16 14 to plunder [v -ED, -...
frequent 23 22 to go to habitually...
freshest 18 13 FRESH, new [adj]
frondent 14 14 leafy [adj]
frontest 15 12 FRONT, to the fore [...
frontlet 16 13 a forehead ornament...
frostbit 19 14 FROSTBITE, to affect...
frowiest 19 14 FROWIE, (Spenser) mu...
fruitlet 18 13 a small fruit [n -S]
fubbiest 21 18 FUBBY, chubby and sq...
fubsiest 19 15 FUBSY, chubby, also...
fuddiest 17 14 FUDDY, old-fashioned...
fudgiest 18 15 FUDGY, resembling fu...
fuffiest 21 18 FUFFY, light and sof...
fuggiest 19 16 FUGGY, close, stuffy...
fugliest 19 15 FUGLY, an offensive...
fumigant 18 18 a source of fumes, e...
funkiest 17 17 FUNKY, of jazz, pop...
funniest 15 14 FUNNY, amusing [adj]
furriest 17 12 FURRY, covered in fu...
furthest 19 14 FAR [adj]
furziest 20 21 FURZY, abounding in...
fussiest 17 12 FUSSY, overly concer...
fustiest 17 12 FUSTY, old-fashioned...
futilest 18 13 FUTILE, ineffective...
futurist 18 13 a proponent of futur...
fuzziest 23 30 FUZZY, covered with...
gabbiest 19 16 GABBY, talkative [ad...
gadabout 16 15 one that gads about...
galavant 16 16 to roam about for pl...
galivant 17 16 to roam about for pl...
galliest 17 12 GALLY, gall-like, bi...
gallipot 19 15 a small glazed earth...
gallivat 19 16 (Portuguese) a large...
gammiest 17 16 GAMMY, lame, maimed...
gappiest 19 16 GAPPY, full of gaps...
garagist 16 12 a garage proprietor...
gaslight 20 15 light made by burnin...
gaspiest 17 13 GASPY [adj]
gassiest 15 10 GASSY, containing ga...
gastight 19 14 not allowing gas in...
gatepost 16 13 a post from which a...
gauchest 20 16 GAUCHE, (French) awk...
gauciest 18 14 GAUCY, (Scots) portl...
gaudiest 15 12 GAUDY, tastelessly s...
gaumiest 16 14 GAUMY, dauby, smeary...
gauntest 14 12 GAUNT, emaciated [ad...
gauntlet 15 13 an armoured glove, a...
gauziest 18 20 GAUZY, resembling ga...
gawciest 21 16 GAWCY, (Scots) portl...
gawkiest 19 17 GAWKY, awkward [adj]
gawsiest 18 13 GAWSIE, (Scots) port...
gazement 17 23 (Spenser) a stare, l...
geekiest 15 14 GEEKY, socially awkw...
gelidest 16 12 GELID, extremely col...
gemmiest 17 16 GEMMY, resembling a...
generant 12 12 a line which traces...
gentiest 14 11 GENTY, neat, trim [a...
gentlest 15 12 GENTLE, mild and ref...
geognost 14 13 one versed in geogno...
germiest 16 13 GERMY, full of germs...
giddiest 16 12 GIDDY, dizzy [adj]
gigawatt 19 15 a unit of power, a t...
gimpiest 19 16 GIMPY, limping [adj]
ginniest 14 12 GINNY, affected with...
girliest 17 11 GIRLY, like a girl [...
girniest 15 11 GIRNIE, ill-tempered...
gladdest 16 13 GLAD, feeling pleasu...
gladiest 16 12 GLADY, full of glade...
glammest 18 17 GLAM, characterised...
glariest 16 11 GLARY, glaring [adj]
glasnost 15 12 the policy of openne...
glaziest 19 20 GLAZY, covered with...
glebiest 18 14 GLEBY, (archaic) clo...
gleggest 18 15 GLEG, (Scots) quick,...
glibbest 21 17 GLIB, fluent and pla...
gliddest 17 13 GLID, (Scots) slippe...
globiest 18 14 GLOBY, (Milton) roun...
globulet 19 16 a little globule [n...
glossist 17 11 a writer of glosses...
glummest 19 18 GLUM, low in spirits...
goalpost 17 14 a post marking a bou...
goatiest 14 10 GOATY, like a goat,...
gobbiest 19 16 GOBBY, (colloquial)...
godliest 16 12 GODLY, like a god [a...
goldiest 16 12 GOLDY, somewhat like...
gonoduct 17 16 a duct leading from...
goodiest 14 11 GOOD, having positiv...
goofiest 16 13 GOOFY, foolish, stup...
gookiest 15 14 GOOKY, sticky, messy...
gooniest 13 11 GOONY, stupid [adj]
goopiest 16 13 GOOPY, sticky or goo...
goosiest 14 10 GOOSY, resembling a...
gorefest 16 13 a movie featuring mu...
gormiest 16 13 GORMY, dauby, smeary...
gorsiest 15 10 GORSY, covered with...
gothiest 17 12 GOTHY, (colloquial)...
goutiest 15 11 GOUTY, affected with...
goutwort 18 14 an umbelliferous wee...
gradient 14 12 a rate of inclinatio...
grandest 14 12 GRAND, large and imp...
grapiest 17 13 GRAPY, resembling gr...
graylist 23 13 to hold (someone) in...
greatest 14 10 the greatest person...
greenest 13 11 GREEN, of the colour...
greenlet 14 12 any of various small...
greenlit 15 12 GREENLIGHT, to give...
greylist 23 13 a form of blacklist...
grievant 16 15 one that submits a c...
grimiest 17 13 GRIMY, dirty, covere...
grimmest 18 16 GRIM, stern and unre...
gripiest 18 13 GRIPEY, causing shar...
grittest 16 10 GRIT, (Scots) great...
grodiest 15 11 GRODY, (US slang) sl...
grossart 15 10 (Scots) a gooseberry...
grossest 15 10 GROSS, flagrant [adj...
groupist 18 14 someone who belongs...
grouplet 18 15 a small group, a cli...
grousest 15 11 GROUSE, very good [a...
groviest 17 14 GROVY, like a grove...
gruffest 20 17 GRUFF, low and harsh...
grummest 18 17 GRUM, glum, morose [...
guardant 14 13 a guardian, also GAR...
guckiest 20 18 GUCKY, slimy, mucky...
guitguit 18 14 one of several speci...
gulfiest 19 15 GULFY, full of whirl...
gulpiest 19 15 GULPY, marked by gul...
gummiest 18 17 GUMMY, resembling gu...
gunfight 21 19 to fight with guns [...
gunflint 18 17 the flint in a flint...
gungiest 16 14 GUNGY, sticky and me...
gunkiest 16 16 GUNKY, covered in gu...
gunpoint 16 16 the point or aim of...
gunsight 19 16 a device helping the...
gurliest 17 12 GURLY, grim [adj]
gushiest 18 13 GUSHY, overly sentim...
gustiest 16 11 GUSTY, blowing in gu...
gutsiest 16 11 GUTSY, (colloquial)...
guttiest 16 11 GUTTY, marked by cou...
gyrostat 21 12 a type of stabilisin...
habitant 17 14 (French) a French na...
hackbolt 23 21 a sea bird, the grea...
haftarot 17 13 HAFTARA, a Biblical...
haftorot 17 13 HAFTORAH, a Biblical...
hagadist 17 13 (Hebrew) a scholar v...
haggadot 17 15 HAGGADA, (Hebrew) th...
hailiest 17 11 HAILY, with hail fal...
hailshot 19 13 small shot which sca...
hairiest 16 10 HAIRY, covered with...
halachot 21 16 HALACHA, the legal p...
halakhot 19 17 HALAKHA, the legal p...
halakist 18 15 a halakic writer [n...
hammiest 18 16 HAMMY, overly theatr...
handcart 18 15 a cart for transport...
handfast 17 15 to betroth [v -ED, -...
handiest 15 12 HANDY, convenient [a...
handknit 16 17 a garment knitted by...
handlist 17 13 a reference list [n...
handwrit 19 15 written by hand [adj...
hanepoot 15 14 (Afrikaans) a kind o...
hangnest 15 14 the Baltimore oriole...
happiest 20 16 HAPPY, marked by joy...
hardboot 17 14 a type of computer s...
hardiest 16 11 HARDY, very sturdy [...
harshest 18 12 HARSH, severe [adj]
hashiest 18 12 HASHY, thrown togeth...
hastiest 16 10 HASTY, speedy [adj]
haterent 14 11 (Scots) hatred [n -S...
hauriant 15 12 in heraldry, with he...
haurient 15 12 in heraldry, with he...
hazelnut 19 22 an edible nut [n -S]
headfast 17 14 a mooring rope [n -S...
headhunt 17 15 to seek out and recr...
headiest 15 11 HEADY, intoxicating...
headmost 16 14 with head first [adj...
headrest 15 11 a support for the he...
headshot 17 13 a photograph of some...
heapiest 17 13 HEAPY, full of heaps...
heartlet 16 11 a little heart [n -S...
heatspot 17 13 a spot or blotch on...
heaviest 17 14 HEAVY, of great weig...
heavyset 23 16 solidly built; stock...
hebetant 16 14 making dull [adj]
hedgiest 17 13 HEDGY, abounding in...
hedonist 15 12 one who believes tha...
heediest 15 11 HEEDY, (Spenser) hee...
heelpost 18 14 the post supporting...
heftiest 18 13 HEFTY, big of build...
helicopt 22 17 to travel by helicop...
helilift 21 15 to transport by heli...
heliport 19 14 an airport for helic...
hellbent 19 16 stubbornly determine...
hellicat 21 15 a wicked creature, a...
helpmeet 19 17 a friend, companion,...
hemostat 16 13 an instrument for st...
hempiest 19 16 HEMPIE [adj]
henniest 14 12 HENNY, hen-like [adj...
herbelet 18 14 (Shakespeare) a smal...
herbiest 18 13 HERBY, abounding wit...
hesitant 15 11 tending to hold back...
hexaglot 23 20 a book written in si...
highmost 21 17 highest, also HIGHER...
highspot 22 17 a high point [n -S]
hillfort 21 15 a fort built on a hi...
hilliest 19 12 HILLY, abounding in...
hindcast 19 15 to test a mathematic...
hindfeet 17 15 HINDFOOT, a rear foo...
hindfoot 17 15 a rear foot [n HINDF...
hindmost 17 15 farthest to the rear...
hinkiest 17 15 HINKY, strange, unre...
hippiest 21 16 HIPPY, having big hi...
hirrient 16 11 a roughly trilled so...
hissiest 17 10 HISSY, temperamental...
hoariest 15 10 HOARY, white with ag...
hoarsest 15 10 HOARSE, rough and hu...
hobbyist 27 18 one who pursues a ho...
holdfast 19 15 the anchoring base o...
holeyest 22 13 HOLEY, full of holes...
homefelt 19 17 felt in one's breast...
homeport 18 16 to assign a ship to...
homilist 19 14 one who delivers a s...
homodont 15 15 having teeth all ali...
honewort 17 14 a perennial herb [n...
honeypot 22 16 (Afrikaans) a kind o...
hoodiest 15 11 HOODY, resembling a...
hoofbeat 18 16 the sound of hooves...
hookiest 16 14 HOOKY, full of hooks...
hooliest 16 11 HOOLY, soft and care...
hootiest 15 10 HOOTY, sounding like...
hoppiest 20 16 HOPPY, tasting of ho...
horniest 15 11 HORNY, like horn [ad...
hornpout 17 15 a kind of catfish [n...
hornwort 18 14 an aquatic herb [n -...
horsiest 16 10 HORSEY, like a horse...
hotchpot 23 18 a confused mass of i...
housesat 15 11 HOUSESIT, to look af...
housesit 16 11 to look after someon...
housiest 16 11 HOUSEY, typical of h...
huffiest 21 17 HUFFY, easily offend...
huggiest 19 15 HUGGY, sensitive and...
hulkiest 19 16 HULKY, bulky, unwiel...
hulliest 19 13 HULLY, having husks...
humanest 16 15 HUMANE, compassionat...
humanist 17 15 one who studies huma...
humblest 21 18 HUMBLE, modest [adj]
humidest 18 15 HUMID, moist, having...
humorist 18 14 someone with a sense...
humpiest 20 17 HUMPY, full of humps...
hunkiest 17 16 HUNKY, strongly buil...
hushiest 19 13 HUSHY, hush-hush, se...
huskiest 18 15 HUSKY, hoarse [adj]
hygieist 24 14 one skilled in hygie...
hylicist 28 16 one who holds the do...
hypocist 28 18 a plant parasitic on...
idealist 15 10 an adherent of ideal...
idiolect 18 13 an individual's dist...
idyllist 24 13 a writer of idyls, a...
ignorant 13 12 not knowing things [...
immanent 14 16 dwelling within [adj...
imminent 15 16 impending [adj IMMIN...
immodest 16 15 not modest [adj IMMO...
immoment 16 18 (Shakespeare) of no...
implicit 23 18 implied but not stat...
impocket 21 21 (archaic) to put in...
imponent 15 16 someone who imposes...
impotent 16 15 powerless [adj IMPOT...
impudent 17 17 insolently disrespec...
impurest 18 15 IMPURE, tainted, als...
incident 16 14 an event [n -S]
incitant 16 13 something that incit...
indecent 15 14 not decent, also UND...
indevout 15 15 not devout [adj]
indicant 16 14 something that indic...
indigent 14 13 needy [adj INDIGENTL...
indigest 15 12 to suffer indigestio...
indirect 17 13 not straightforward...
indolent 13 12 lazy, lethargic [adj...
ineptest 15 12 INEPT, unfit or unqu...
inerrant 12 10 free from error [adj...
inertest 13 9 INERT, passive [adj]
inexpert 21 19 not expert, also UNE...
inflight 21 17 done during an air v...
influent 16 15 a tributary stream [...
infought 19 17 INFIGHT, to contend...
inhalant 15 13 something that is in...
inherent 14 12 innate, natural [adj...
innocent 14 14 a person who is guil...
insanest 12 10 INSANE, mentally uns...
inscient 16 13 (archaic) having lit...
insculpt 21 17 engraved [adj]
insolent 13 11 impertinent [adj INS...
inspirit 17 12 to animate or encour...
instinct 17 13 an inborn impulse, i...
instruct 18 13 to supply with knowl...
insulant 14 12 an insulating materi...
insurant 13 11 one who is insured [...
interact 16 12 to act on one anothe...
intercut 17 13 to alternate camera...
interest 13 9 to engage the attent...
intermat 14 12 to mat fibers togeth...
intermit 15 12 to stop temporarily...
internet 12 10 the worldwide connec...
intimist 16 12 a painter whose subj...
intranet 12 10 a restricted network...
intromit 15 12 to introduce or admi...
inuksuit 16 15 INUKSUK, (Inuit) a s...
inundant 12 13 overflowing [adj]
ironiest 13 9 IRONY, like iron [ad...
irritant 14 9 something that irrit...
isobront 15 12 a contour line showi...
isograft 17 13 to transplant from o...
itchiest 20 13 ITCHY, affected with...
jackboot 21 27 a kind of high boot...
jaggiest 18 21 JAGGY, jagged, rough...
jailbait 19 21 a sexual attractive...
jakfruit 20 25 an East Indian tree...
jammiest 18 23 JAMMY, very lucky [a...
jantiest 15 18 JANTY, briskly self-...
jazerant 17 27 (historical) a coat...
jazziest 22 35 JAZZY, of or like ja...
jehadist 18 20 one who takes part i...
jemmiest 18 23 JEMMY, neat, smart [...
jerkiest 17 21 JERKY, spasmodic [ad...
jettiest 16 17 JETTY, jet black in...
jiggiest 19 21 JIGGY, with the rhyt...
jihadist 19 20 one who takes part i...
jimpiest 20 23 JIMPY, (Scots) neat...
jingoist 17 20 a zealous patriot, a...
jirkinet 17 22 (Scots) a woman's ja...
jockiest 20 24 JOCKY, resembling an...
johnboat 18 23 a narrow square-ende...
jolliest 18 19 JOLLY, mirthful [adj...
joltiest 17 18 JOLTY, in a jolting...
jottiest 16 17 JOTTY, written down...
jowliest 20 21 JOWLY, having promin...
jubilant 19 23 exultant [adj JUBILA...
judgment 18 25 an opinion formed [n...
juiciest 20 21 JUICY, full of juice...
jumpiest 20 24 JUMPY, nervy [adj]
jumpshot 22 26 a type of shot in ba...
jumpsuit 21 25 a one-piece garment...
junglist 19 22 an adherent of jungl...
junkiest 17 23 JUNKY, rubbishy, wor...
jurymast 24 23 a temporary mast [n...
juttiest 17 18 JUTTY, jutting out [...
kabalist 18 16 someone who finds hi...
kalumpit 20 20 a Philippine tree of...
kedgiest 16 15 KEDGY, (Scots) brisk...
keelboat 16 16 a type of yacht with...
kempiest 18 18 KEMPY, of hair, coar...
kendoist 14 14 one practises kendo...
kerkiest 16 16 KERKY, stupid [adj]
khalifat 20 18 (Arabic) the office...
khilafat 20 18 (Arabic) the office...
kickiest 20 19 KICKY, exciting [adj...
kidgiest 17 15 KIDGIE, (Scots) bris...
kilovolt 19 18 a unit of electromot...
kilowatt 19 16 a unit of power [n -...
kingbolt 19 19 a central bolt conne...
kingpost 18 18 a perpendicular beam...
kinkiest 16 17 KINKY, twisted [adj]
kissiest 16 12 KISSY, inclined to k...
kittlest 17 13 KITTLE, (Scots) tick...
knockout 18 21 a blow that induces...
kookiest 15 16 KOOKY, eccentric [ad...
laborist 17 12 a supporter of worke...
lacerant 16 13 harrowing [adj]
laddiest 15 11 LADDY, laddish in be...
laighest 18 13 LAIGH, (Scots) low,...
lairiest 15 9 LAIRY, flashily dres...
lakeport 17 16 a city located on th...
lambiest 18 15 LAMBY, resembling a...
lamppost 20 18 a post holding a str...
lancelet 17 14 any of a number of s...
landfast 16 14 of ice, attached ot...
lankiest 15 14 LANKY, tall and thin...
lanneret 12 11 the male lanner, a k...
lapidist 18 13 an expert in gems, a...
lardiest 15 10 LARDY, like lard [ad...
larkiest 16 13 LARKY, given to lark...
larniest 14 10 LARNEY, of clothes,...
lathiest 17 11 LATHY, like a lath;...
latitant 14 10 lurking; lying in wa...
lavement 16 17 a washing or bathing...
lawcourt 21 16 a court of justice [...
lawniest 17 13 LAWNY, covered with...
layabout 22 15 a lazy person [n -S]
layshaft 25 16 a shaft in a gearbox...
leadiest 14 10 LEADY, resembling le...
leadwort 17 13 a genus of maritime...
leafiest 16 12 LEAFY, abounding in...
leakiest 15 13 LEAKY, inclined to l...
leariest 14 9 LEARY, cunning, wary...
leaviest 16 13 LEAVY, full of leave...
ledgiest 16 12 LEDGY, abounding in...
leeriest 14 9 LEERY, cunning, wary...
leftmost 18 15 the location or dire...
legalist 17 12 someone inclined to...
leggiest 17 13 LEGGY, having long l...
leishest 17 11 LEISH, (Scots) activ...
libelant 17 14 one who brings a cha...
libelist 19 13 one that libels, als...
lichtest 21 14 LICHT, (Scots) light...
lickspit 23 19 a fawning subordinat...
lifebelt 20 16 a buoyant belt for u...
lifeboat 18 15 a small rescue boat...
ligament 16 15 a band of firm, fibr...
lightest 19 13 LIGHT, having little...
lilliput 21 15 a very small person...
limbiest 19 15 LIMBY, having many l...
lingiest 16 12 LINGY, covered with...
linguist 17 13 a person skilled in...
liniment 15 14 a liquid preparation...
linkiest 16 14 LINKY, full of inter...
lintiest 15 10 LINTY, covered with...
lippiest 20 15 LIPPY, impertinent [...
litigant 16 12 one who is engaged i...
littlest 17 10 LITTLE, small [adj]
lividest 18 14 LIVID, of bluish lea...
loamiest 15 12 LOAMY, resembling lo...
loathest 16 11 LOATH, unwilling, al...
lobbyist 26 17 one who lobbies, als...
localist 19 13 one preoccupied with...
lockfast 21 19 secured by locks [ad...
lodgment 16 16 a temporary place to...
loftiest 17 12 LOFTY, very high [ad...
loggiest 17 13 LOGGY, sluggish, als...
logicist 20 14 a believer in logici...
longboat 16 15 a Viking ship, also...
longlist 17 13 to include on a long...
loobiest 16 12 LOOBY, clumsy or stu...
looniest 13 10 LOONIE, crazy [adj]
loopiest 16 12 LOOPY, full of loops...
loppiest 19 15 LOPPY, hanging limpl...
lorikeet 15 13 a kind of Australian...
lossiest 15 9 LOSSY, of a compress...
louchest 20 15 LOUCHE, not reputabl...
louriest 15 10 LOURY, gloomy, louri...
lousiest 15 10 LOUSY, infested with...
lovefest 18 16 an event where peopl...
loveseat 15 13 a small sofa for two...
lowliest 19 13 LOWLY, in a low posi...
lowlight 23 17 to enhance the natur...
loyalest 21 12 LOYAL, faithful [adj...
loyalist 22 12 one who is loyal [n...
lucidest 19 14 LUCID, easily unders...
luckiest 20 17 LUCKY, fortunate [ad...
luculent 19 16 readily understood;...
luminant 15 15 a means of lighting...
luminist 17 14 a painter who uses t...
lummiest 18 16 LUMMY, (slang) excel...
lumpiest 19 16 LUMPY, full of lumps...
lunanaut 13 13 an astronaut who has...
lunarist 15 11 one who thinks the m...
lungwort 19 16 a wild flower with s...
luridest 16 11 LURID, shining with...
lushiest 18 12 LUSHY, tipsy [adj]
lustiest 16 10 LUSTY, full of vigou...
lutanist 15 11 a lute-player, also...
lutenist 15 11 a lute-player, also...
luxurist 23 18 someone given to lux...
lyricist 26 14 one who writes words...
mailboat 17 15 a boat that carries...
mailshot 18 14 targeted advertising...
mainmast 15 15 the principal mast o...
makefast 17 18 an object to which a...
malapert 17 15 (archaic) impudently...
maledict 19 16 (archaic) to curse [...
malemiut 17 16 an Alaskan sled dog,...
malmiest 17 15 MALMY, resembling ma...
maltiest 16 12 MALTY, resembling ma...
maltreat 15 12 to treat badly [v -E...
mangiest 15 14 MANGEY, affected wit...
manifest 16 15 clear, obvious [adj...
mankiest 15 16 MANKY, (Scots) filth...
manliest 15 13 MANLY, having the qu...
manshift 19 17 the work done by one...
mantelet 14 13 a mobile screen used...
marabout 16 15 an African stork, al...
mardiest 15 12 MARDY, petulant [adj...
marliest 16 12 MARLY, abounding wit...
marmoset 15 14 a kind of small monk...
marsport 17 14 (archaic) a spoilspo...
martinet 14 12 a strict disciplinar...
marviest 17 15 MARVY, marvellous [a...
mashiest 17 13 MASHY, of the nature...
masscult 20 16 culture as promoted...
massicot 18 14 (French) yellow lead...
massiest 15 11 MASSY, solid, full o...
masticot 18 14 (French) yellow lead...
mastiest 15 11 MASTY, as if well fe...
maturest 15 12 MATURE, fully develo...
mausiest 15 12 MAUSY, foggy, misty,...
mauziest 18 21 MAUZY, foggy, misty,...
mawkiest 19 18 MAWKY, maggoty [adj]
maxiboat 22 21 a large racing yacht...
maxicoat 23 21 a long coat [n -S]
maximist 23 21 a habitual maker of...
mazement 17 24 bewilderment, also A...
meagrest 15 13 MEAGRE, inadequate,...
mealiest 15 12 MEALY, covered with...
meatiest 14 11 MEATY, full of meat...
medalist 16 13 one who wins a medal...
medicant 17 16 a healing substance...
megavolt 18 18 a unit of electromot...
megawatt 18 16 a unit of power, a m...
melanist 15 13 one who is affected...
melodist 16 13 a composer of melodi...
meltiest 16 12 MELTY, liable to mel...
merchant 19 17 a trader, esp. whole...
merriest 15 11 MERRY, mirthful, als...
meshiest 17 13 MESHY, formed like n...
messiest 15 11 MESSY, dirty or unti...
metalist 16 12 (US) a worker in met...
metamict 19 17 of or denoting the a...
metaplot 17 15 METAPELET, a woman a...
micklest 21 19 MICKLE, much or grea...
microdot 18 15 a copy of printed ma...
microjet 20 23 a light jet aircraft...
midgiest 17 14 MIDGY, full of midge...
midnight 19 17 the middle of the ni...
midpoint 17 16 the point in the mid...
miffiest 20 17 MIFFY, easily annoye...
mightest 19 15 (archaic) 2nd person...
milepost 18 15 a post with each pro...
militant 16 13 aggressive [adj MILI...
milkiest 18 16 MILKY, like milk [ad...
milkwort 21 19 a plant of genus Pol...
miltiest 17 12 MILTY, full of milt...
mimsiest 17 14 MIMSY, prim, demure,...
minciest 18 15 MINCY, affectedly da...
mingiest 16 14 MINGY, mean and stin...
minimart 16 15 a small supermarket,...
miniment 15 16 a means of defence,...
minimist 17 15 one inclined to redu...
mintiest 15 12 MINTY, having the fl...
minutest 15 13 MINUTE, very small [...
miquelet 24 22 (French) an irregula...
mirkiest 17 15 MIRKY, dark, also MU...
mirliest 17 12 MIRLY, marbled [adj]
misadapt 17 15 to adapt wrongly [v...
misagent 15 14 a bad agent [n -S]
misallot 17 13 to allot wrongly [v...
misbegot 18 16 born out of wedlock...
misbuilt 20 16 MISBUILD, to build i...
miscount 18 16 to count incorrectly...
misdealt 16 13 MISDEAL, to deal car...
misdempt 19 18 MISDEEM, to judge un...
misdight 20 16 (Spenser) to mismana...
misdoubt 18 16 to be suspicious of...
misevent 16 16 a mishap [n -S]
misgraft 19 16 to graft wrongly [v...
mislight 21 16 to lead astray by it...
mispaint 17 15 to paint wrongly [v...
misplant 18 16 to plant wrongly [v...
mispoint 17 15 to point improperly...
misprint 18 15 to print incorrectly...
missiest 16 11 MISSY, like a miss [...
misspelt 19 15 MISSPELL, to spell i...
misspent 17 15 MISSPEND, to spend u...
misstart 16 11 to start off badly [...
mistiest 16 11 MISTY, blurry [adj]
mistreat 15 11 to treat badly [v -E...
mistrust 17 12 to have no trust in,...
mistryst 23 13 to fail to keep an a...
mitigant 16 14 something that mitig...
mobocrat 19 17 one who favors a for...
mochiest 20 16 MOCHY, (Scots) mould...
modalist 16 13 an adherent of modal...
modelist 16 13 one who makes models...
modiwort 18 15 (dialect) a mole, al...
moistest 15 11 MOIST, slightly wet...
moldiest 16 13 MOLDY, mouldy [adj]
molecast 18 15 a little elevation o...
molehunt 17 16 a hunt for moles [n...
moniment 14 16 an historic commemor...
monocrat 16 15 one who governs alon...
monodist 14 13 a writer of a monody...
monodont 12 14 one-tusked, like a n...
monoglot 15 15 a person speaking or...
monotint 13 13 a painting done in d...
monument 14 17 anything that preser...
moodiest 14 12 MOODY, given to chan...
moondust 14 14 dust on the moon [n...
mooniest 13 12 MOONY, resembling th...
moonport 15 15 a facility for launc...
moonshot 15 14 the launching of a s...
moonwort 16 15 the plant honesty (f...
mooriest 14 11 MOORY, of or pertain...
moorwort 17 14 a marsh flower, aka...
moppiest 19 17 MOPPY, (obsolete) dr...
moralist 16 12 a teacher of moralit...
morosest 14 11 MOROSE, sad, gloomy...
mossiest 15 11 MOSSY, covered with...
mostwhat 20 16 (Spenser) for the mo...
mothiest 17 13 MOTHY, full of moths...
motliest 16 12 MOTLEY, diversified...
motorist 15 11 one who travels by a...
mottiest 15 11 MOTTY, (Scots) conta...
moulinet 15 14 a machine for bendin...
mountant 13 14 an adhesive paste fo...
mousemat 15 15 a piece of material...
mousiest 15 12 MOUSY, like a mouse;...
movement 16 19 the act of moving [n...
mowburnt 20 19 MOWBURN, to heat and...
muckiest 20 19 MUCKY, dirty [adj]
muculent 19 18 like mucus [adj]
muddiest 16 14 MUDDY, covered with...
muggiest 18 16 MUGGY, warm and humi...
multijet 19 22 having more than two...
mumsiest 17 15 MUMSY, old-fashioned...
muniment 15 17 a means of defence,...
muralist 17 13 a painter of murals...
murkiest 17 16 MURKY, dark, also MI...
murliest 17 13 MURLY, (Scots) crumb...
murrelet 16 13 any of several small...
muscadet 18 16 a dry, white French...
mushiest 18 14 MUSHY, like mush, so...
muskiest 17 16 MUSKY, resembling mu...
muskroot 16 16 a plant of the genus...
muslinet 16 14 a coarse kind of mus...
mussiest 16 12 MUSSY, disarranged,...
mustiest 16 12 MUSTY, having a stal...
muzziest 22 30 MUZZY, confused [adj...
mylodont 21 16 an extinct genus of...
myoblast 24 17 a cell capable of gi...
mythiest 24 15 MYTHY, resembling my...
naggiest 15 13 NAGGY, given to nagg...
naissant 12 10 of a heraldic charge...
nakedest 13 14 NAKED, without cloth...
nanowatt 14 13 a unit of power, one...
nappiest 17 15 NAPPY, of beer, havi...
narkiest 14 13 NARKY, irritable [ad...
nastiest 13 9 NASTY, ill-natured [...
nativist 16 13 an advocate of nativ...
nattiest 13 9 NATTY, neatly dresse...
naturist 14 10 a practitioner of na...
nauseant 11 11 an agent that induce...
navicert 18 16 a document permittin...
neckshot 19 18 a shot in the neck o...
neddiest 13 11 NEDDY, like a ned, a...
neediest 12 10 NEEDY, in a state of...
needment 12 14 something needed [n...
neoblast 15 13 a cell important in...
nepotist 15 12 one who indulges in...
nerdiest 13 10 NERDY, socially inep...
nervelet 15 14 a little nerve [n -S...
nerviest 15 13 NERVY, nervous [adj]
nescient 15 13 one who is ignorant...
nettiest 13 9 NETTY, resembling a...
newsbeat 17 15 a news source that a...
newscast 19 15 a news broadcast [n...
newsiest 16 12 NEWSY, full of news...
niellist 16 11 one who practices th...
niffiest 18 15 NIFFY, smelly [adj]
niftiest 16 12 NIFTY, apt, agile; s...
nihilist 18 12 as adherent of nihil...
nimblest 18 16 NIMBLE, agile [adj]
nippiest 18 15 NIPPY, quick [adj]
nirliest 15 10 NIRLY, (Scots) knott...
nittiest 14 9 NITTY, full of nits...
nobbiest 17 15 NOBBY, stylish, modi...
noddiest 13 11 NODDY, easy to under...
noiliest 14 10 NOILY, of or like no...
noisiest 13 9 NOISY, making loud s...
nonadult 13 13 a person who is not...
noncount 14 15 not capable of being...
nonelect 15 14 not chosen [adj]
nonevent 12 15 an expected event th...
nonguest 13 13 someone who is not a...
nonguilt 15 14 the absence of guilt...
noninert 11 11 not inert [adj]
nonpoint 13 14 not occurring at a d...
nonprint 14 14 not involving printe...
nonuplet 15 15 a group of nine note...
nookiest 13 13 NOOKY, full of nooks...
nouniest 12 11 NOUNY, having many n...
novelist 16 14 one who writes novel...
noverint 14 14 (Latin) a writ, begi...
nowtiest 16 12 NOWTY, bad-tempered...
nubbiest 18 16 NUBBY, having small...
nummiest 16 16 NUMMY, delicious [ad...
nurdiest 14 11 NURDY, socially inep...
nutrient 13 11 a nourishing substan...
nutsiest 14 10 NUTSY, (slang) crazy...
nuttiest 14 10 NUTTY, tasting of nu...
obedient 14 13 obeying or willing t...
obeisant 14 12 showing respect [adj...
obligant 17 15 in Scots law, one wh...
obstruct 20 15 to get in the way of...
obtusest 16 12 OBTUSE, stupid [adj]
occident 19 16 the part of the worl...
occupant 21 19 one who occupies [n...
oceanaut 14 13 someone who lives fo...
octuplet 20 16 one of eight childre...
odontist 13 10 (Jocular) a dentist...
offprint 20 18 to reprint an excerp...
offshoot 19 16 a lateral shoot from...
oftenest 14 12 OFTEN, happening man...
oghamist 18 15 one who writes in og...
oiltight 19 13 having the ability t...
ointment 13 13 a viscous preparatio...
olefiant 15 13 oil-forming, as in o...
oliphant 18 15 (obsolete) an ancien...
oneriest 12 9 ONERY, (colloquial)...
oologist 15 11 an expert in oology...
opaquest 23 21 OPAQUE, impervious t...
opencast 17 15 excavated from an op...
oppilant 18 16 obstructed [adj]
opponent 15 16 one that opposes ano...
opticist 20 14 one engaged in the s...
optimist 18 14 one who exhibits opt...
orangest 13 11 ORANGE, the colour o...
ordinant 12 11 one who ordains [n -...
oreodont 11 10 an extinct prehistor...
organist 14 11 one who plays the or...
orlistat 15 9 an orally administer...
ornament 12 13 to decorate [v -ED,...
ornatest 12 9 ORNATE, decorated [a...
orpiment 16 15 a yellow arsenic com...
oscitant 16 12 yawning; gaping [adj...
osculant 17 14 adhering closely [ad...
oundiest 13 11 OUNDY, (obsolete) wa...
outbleat 16 13 to surpass in bleati...
outboast 15 12 to surpass in boasti...
outbuilt 18 14 OUTBUILD, to surpass...
outburnt 16 14 OUTBURN, to burn lon...
outburst 17 13 to burst out suddenl...
outcheat 18 14 to exceed in cheatin...
outcount 16 14 to surpass in counti...
outdwelt 18 14 OUTDWELL, (Shakespea...
outfeast 15 12 to surpass in feasti...
outfight 20 16 to surpass in fighti...
outfloat 16 13 to float longer than...
outleapt 16 13 OUTLEAP, to surpass...
outnight 17 14 to surpass in mentio...
outpaint 15 13 to surpass in painti...
outpoint 15 13 to score more points...
outright 18 13 totally, completely...
outshoot 15 11 to shoot better than...
outshout 16 12 to shout louder than...
outsight 18 13 the power of perceiv...
outskirt 16 13 an outlying area [n...
outslept 17 13 OUTSLEEP, to sleep l...
outsmart 15 12 to outwit [v -ED, -I...
outsmelt 16 13 OUTSMELL, to surpass...
outspelt 17 13 OUTSPELL, to surpass...
outspent 15 13 OUTSPEND, to exceed...
outsport 16 12 to sport beyond the...
outstart 14 9 to get ahead of at t...
outstunt 14 11 to surpass in stunti...
outswept 19 15 OUTSWEEP, to surpass...
outvaunt 15 15 to surpass in vaunti...
outwrest 17 12 (Spenser) to extort...
overbeat 16 15 to beat too much [v...
overboot 16 15 a protective boot wo...
overcast 18 15 to sew stitches over...
overcoat 17 15 a warm coat worn ove...
overdust 16 14 to dust over [v -ED,...
overedit 15 13 to edit more than ne...
overfast 17 15 too fast [adj]
overgilt 18 15 OVERGILD, to gild ov...
overgirt 17 14 OVERGIRD, to gird to...
overheat 16 14 to heat to excess [v...
overhent 16 15 (Spenser) to overtak...
overhunt 17 16 to deplete game in a...
overjust 18 22 excessively just [ad...
overkept 18 19 OVERKEEP, to keep to...
overkest 16 16 (Spenser) overcast [...
overlent 15 14 OVERLEND, to lend to...
overmast 16 15 to provide with too...
overmelt 17 16 to melt too much [v...
overneat 13 13 too neat [adj]
overpart 17 15 to give an actor too...
overpast 17 15 completely finished...
overpert 17 15 excessively pert [ad...
overplot 18 16 to devise an overly...
overpost 17 15 to hasten over quick...
oversalt 16 13 to salt to excess [v...
overshot 17 14 a type of fabric wea...
oversoft 17 15 excessively soft [ad...
overtart 15 12 too tart [adj]
overwent 17 16 OVERGO, to travel ov...
oviposit 18 15 to lay or deposit eg...
pacifist 22 17 an advocate of pacif...
paganist 16 14 a student of pagans...
paintpot 17 15 a pot for holding pa...
palliest 18 13 PALLY, marked by clo...
palmiest 18 15 PALMY, marked by pro...
palsiest 17 12 PALSY, pally, being...
pamphlet 22 20 to circulate a small...
panelist 16 13 one who serves on a...
pantalet 15 13 long underpants trim...
pantsuit 16 13 a woman's suit with...
papalist 19 15 a supporter of the p...
pappiest 20 17 PAPPY, resembling pa...
parakeet 15 15 a small long-tailed...
parament 15 15 (obsolete) a rich de...
paraquat 23 21 (tradename) a herbic...
paraquet 23 21 a small long-tailed...
parashot 17 13 PARASHAH, (Hebrew) a...
paravant 16 16 (Spenser) before, in...
parkiest 17 15 PARKY, (colloquial)...
parodist 16 12 one who composes par...
paroquet 23 21 a small long-tailed...
parpoint 17 15 a stone passing thro...
parroket 16 15 a small long-tailed...
passment 16 15 (French) a decorativ...
passport 18 14 a document allowing...
pastiest 16 11 PASTY, pale and unhe...
patulent 16 14 spreading, open, als...
pavement 17 19 a paved surface [n -...
pawkiest 20 18 PAWKY, (Scots) drily...
peakiest 16 15 PEAKY, off-colour, u...
peartest 15 11 PEART, active, livel...
peatiest 15 11 PEATY, of or like pe...
peckiest 20 18 PECKY, marked by dec...
pederast 15 12 a man who engages in...
pediment 16 16 a triangular structu...
peeriest 15 11 PEERIE, small [adj]
peetweet 17 14 a wading bird [n -S]
peggiest 18 15 PEGGY, resembling a...
penchant 19 18 a strong liking for...
pencraft 20 18 penmanship [n -S]
penitent 14 13 repentant [adj PENIT...
penlight 20 17 a small torch, also...
penpoint 16 16 the point of a pen [...
peppiest 20 17 PEPPY, full of energ...
perceant 17 15 piercing, also PERSA...
perkiest 17 15 PERKY, cheerful, liv...
permeant 15 15 passing through, per...
persaunt 15 13 (Spenser) piercing,...
persicot 19 14 a cordial made of th...
perviest 18 15 PERVY, perverted [ad...
peskiest 17 15 PESKY, annoying [adj...
pestiest 16 11 PESTY, annoying [adj...
pettiest 16 11 PETTY, insignificant...
petulant 16 14 peevish [adj]
peyotist 22 13 one who practises pe...
phallist 21 15 an adherent of phall...
phantast 17 14 an impractical perso...
phaseout 17 14 a gradual stopping o...
phattest 18 13 PHAT, susceptible of...
pheasant 16 14 a large, long-tailed...
philamot 20 17 a dull brown colour,...
philomot 20 17 a dull brown colour,...
phoniest 17 14 PHONY, not genuine o...
photofit 20 16 (tradename) a method...
photoset 17 13 to prepare for print...
pickiest 21 18 PICKY, choosy, fasti...
piecrust 20 15 the crust of a pie [...
piedfort 18 15 an unusually thick c...
piedmont 16 16 an area lying at the...
pieplant 18 16 (US) rhubarb [n -S]
piggiest 19 15 PIGGY, piggish [adj]
pilewort 20 15 a wild plant, used t...
pillwort 22 16 a water-fern [n -S]
pinchgut 23 20 a niggard [n -S]
pinkiest 17 16 PINKY, somewhat pink...
pinkroot 16 16 a medicinal plant ro...
pinpoint 17 16 to locate precisely...
pipewort 21 17 an aquatic or marsh...
pippiest 21 17 PIPPY, having pips [...
pissiest 17 11 PISSY, soiled with u...
pistolet 17 12 (historical) a small...
pitchout 22 17 a type of pitch in b...
pithiest 19 13 PITHY, full of pith,...
placemat 20 18 a table mat on which...
plainant 15 14 one who makes compla...
plainest 16 13 PLAIN, unadorned [ad...
planchet 21 18 a blank metal disc t...
plangent 16 16 having an expressive...
plantlet 17 14 a small plant, also...
platelet 17 13 a minute particle in...
platiest 17 12 PLATY, split into th...
playlist 25 15 a list of recordings...
playsuit 24 15 a sports outfit for...
pleasant 15 13 pleasing [adj PLEASA...
pleonast 15 13 someone who is prone...
plumelet 19 17 a small feather [n -...
plumiest 19 16 PLUMY, covered with...
plummest 20 19 PLUM, plum coloured;...
plumpest 21 19 PLUMP, somewhat fat...
plushest 20 15 PLUSH, luxurious [ad...
pockiest 20 18 POCKY, covered with...
poddiest 16 13 PODDY, corpulent [ad...
podgiest 17 14 PODGY, short and fat...
poignant 15 15 emotionally distress...
pokeroot 15 15 an aromatic perennia...
polemist 18 15 one who engages in p...
politest 17 12 POLITE, showing cons...
poltfeet 18 15 POLTFOOT, a clubfoot...
poltfoot 18 15 a clubfoot [n POLTFE...
polyglot 25 17 one who speaks many...
ponciest 18 15 PONCY, effeminate, a...
pongiest 16 14 PONGY, (colloquial)...
poofiest 17 14 POOFY, effeminate, a...
poopiest 17 14 POOPY, stupid or ine...
pooviest 17 15 POOVY, effeminate, a...
poppiest 20 17 POPPY, like pop musi...
populist 20 16 someone who believes...
porkiest 17 15 PORKY, plump like a...
porniest 15 12 PORNY, (colloquial)...
portiest 16 11 PORTY, of the taste...
portlast 17 12 (obsolete) the gunwa...
portrait 16 11 a painting, photogra...
postheat 17 13 to heat a material (...
postriot 16 11 following a riot [ad...
posttest 16 11 a test given after a...
pottiest 16 11 POTTY, crazy [adj]
poursuit 17 13 (Spenser) pursuit [n...
poutiest 16 12 POUTY, tending to po...
praefect 20 17 an ancient Roman off...
praelect 19 15 to lecture, also PRE...
preadapt 17 15 to adapt beforehand...
preadmit 17 15 to admit beforehand...
preadopt 17 15 to adopt beforehand...
preadult 17 14 preceding adulthood...
preallot 17 13 to allot beforehand...
preaudit 16 13 an audit made prior...
prebuilt 20 16 PREBUILD, to build b...
precepit 21 17 (Shakespeare) a prec...
precinct 22 18 a space, esp. an enc...
predraft 18 15 a preliminary draft...
preelect 19 15 to elect beforehand...
preenact 17 15 to enact beforehand...
preerect 18 14 to erect beforehand...
preexist 22 18 to exist before [v -...
prefight 22 18 preceding a fight [a...
pregnant 15 15 carrying a developin...
prelimit 19 15 to limit beforehand...
premoult 18 16 preceding moult, als...
preplant 18 16 occurring before pla...
preprint 18 15 to print in advance...
presplit 20 15 before a split [adj]
pressfat 18 14 a vat for collecting...
preterit 16 11 the grammatical tens...
pretreat 15 11 to treat beforehand...
previsit 19 15 to visit beforehand...
priciest 20 14 PRICY, expensive, al...
primmest 19 17 PRIM, rigidly proper...
printout 16 13 the printed output o...
priviest 19 15 PRIVY, private [adj]
procinct 22 18 (Milton) preparednes...
prohibit 21 16 to forbid with autho...
proppant 19 18 a material, e.g. san...
prosaist 16 11 a writer of prose, a...
prosiest 16 11 PROSY, prosaic, tedi...
prospect 21 17 to search for minera...
protract 19 14 to prolong [v -ED, -...
proudest 16 13 PROUD, having or dis...
proviant 17 16 an allowance of food...
pruniest 16 13 PRUNEY, resembling a...
prurient 16 13 having lustful thoug...
psalmist 19 15 a writer of psalms [...
psychist 29 18 someone interested i...
puckfist 24 22 a puffball fungus [n...
puddiest 17 14 PUDDY, short and pud...
pudgiest 18 15 PUDGY, short and fat...
pudsiest 17 13 PUDSY, podgy, also P...
puffiest 21 18 PUFFY, swollen [adj]
puggiest 19 16 PUGGY, like a monkey...
pugilist 20 15 one who fights with...
puissant 16 13 (archaic) powerful,...
pulpiest 20 16 PULPY, resembling pu...
pulsejet 19 22 in jet propulsion, a...
pulsojet 19 22 in jet propulsion, a...
punchout 21 19 a fist fight [n -S]
punkiest 17 17 PUNKY, like a punk [...
punniest 15 14 PUNNY, involving a p...
purplest 20 16 PURPLE, of a colour...
pursiest 17 12 PURSY, short of brea...
pursuant 16 14 acting in consequenc...
purtiest 17 12 PURTY, (US dialect)...
purulent 17 15 secreting pus [adj P...
pushcart 22 17 a light cart pushed...
pushiest 19 14 PUSHY, offensively a...
pussiest 17 12 PUSSY, full of pus [...
pussycat 26 17 a very amenable pers...
pyrostat 22 13 an automatic fire-al...
qabalist 25 21 one who practises ca...
quadrant 21 20 a quarter section of...
quakiest 23 22 QUAKY, quaking, shak...
quartett 22 18 a composition for fo...
queenlet 21 20 a petty queen [n -S]
queerest 21 18 QUEER, strange [adj]
questant 21 19 (Shakespeare) one wh...
quickest 27 25 QUICK, acting or cap...
quickset 27 25 a living plant suita...
quietest 22 18 QUIET, making little...
quietist 23 18 one who believes in...
quintett 22 19 a composition for fi...
quitrent 22 19 a small nominal rent...
quotient 21 19 the result obtained...
rabidest 16 12 RABID, afflicted wit...
racahout 18 14 (Arabic) acorn meal,...
radicant 16 13 rooting from the ste...
raggiest 16 12 RAGGY, tattered [adj...
raincoat 15 12 a coat worn to keep...
rainiest 13 9 RAINY, marked by rai...
rainsuit 14 10 a waterproof jacket...
rallyist 23 12 one who takes part i...
rammiest 16 14 RAMMY, resembling a...
randiest 13 10 RANDY, full of sexua...
rangiest 14 11 RANGY, tall and slen...
rapidest 16 12 RAPID, quick [adj]
raspiest 16 11 RASPY, rough [adj]
rattiest 14 8 RATTY, infested with...
rauclest 18 13 RAUCLE, (Scots) roug...
reaccent 18 15 to accent again [v -...
reaccept 21 17 to accept again [v -...
reactant 15 12 a substance taking p...
readdict 17 13 to become addicted a...
readiest 13 9 READY, prepared [adj...
readjust 16 19 to adjust again [v -...
reamiest 14 11 REAMY, creamy, froth...
reanoint 11 10 to anoint again [v -...
rearmost 14 11 situated last [adj]
rearrest 13 8 to arrest again [v -...
reascent 15 12 a second ascent [n -...
reassert 13 8 to assert again [v -...
reassort 13 8 to assort again [v -...
rebought 19 16 REBUY, to buy again...
recarpet 18 14 to replace the carpe...
recaught 20 16 RECATCH, to catch ag...
recement 16 15 to redo cement work...
recollet 18 13 (French) a member of...
recommit 19 17 to commit again [v R...
recreant 15 12 (archaic) cowardly,...
recusant 16 13 one who refuses to a...
reddiest 14 10 REDDY, somewhat red...
redefeat 14 12 to defeat again [v -...
redefect 18 15 to defect again [v -...
redigest 15 11 to digest again [v -...
redirect 17 12 to change the direct...
redolent 13 11 fragrant; smelling o...
redreamt 14 12 REDREAM, to dream ag...
redshift 19 14 the displacement of...
redshirt 17 11 to keep a college at...
redshort 16 11 brittle at red-heat,...
redstart 14 9 as small songbird [n...
reediest 13 9 REEDY, abounding in...
reefiest 15 11 REEFY, abounding in...
reekiest 14 12 REEKY, (Scots) smoky...
reenlist 14 10 to enlist again [v -...
reexport 21 18 to export again [v -...
referent 14 12 something referred t...
refluent 16 14 flowing back [adj]
reforest 15 11 to replant with tree...
reformat 16 14 to change the format...
refought 19 16 REFIGHT, to fight ag...
regalist 16 11 one who believes in...
regiment 15 14 a large permanent un...
reimport 17 14 to import again [v -...
reindict 17 13 to indict again [v -...
reinduct 17 14 to induct again [n -...
reinfect 18 15 to infect again [v -...
reinject 18 21 to inject again [v -...
reinsert 13 9 to insert again [v -...
reinvent 14 14 to invent again [v -...
reinvest 15 13 to invest again [v -...
rejacket 19 24 to clothe in a jacke...
relaxant 19 17 a drug that relieves...
relearnt 13 10 RELEARN, to learn ag...
relevant 15 14 pertaining to the ma...
relucent 17 14 reflecting light [ad...
remanent 12 13 a piece left over, a...
remarket 15 15 to market again [v -...
remediat 14 12 (Shakespeare) remedi...
remotest 14 11 REMOTE, far off [adj...
renforst 15 12 RENFORCE, to reinfor...
renitent 12 10 resisting physical p...
renverst 15 13 RENVERSE, (archaic)...
reobject 20 23 to object again [v -...
reorient 12 9 to acquaint oneself...
reoutfit 16 12 to outfit again [v R...
requight 26 22 (Spenser) to requite...
rerepeat 14 11 to repeat again [v -...
rescript 20 14 to issue a papal edi...
resculpt 21 16 to sculpt again [v -...
reselect 17 12 to choose again [v -...
resident 13 10 one who resides [n -...
resonant 11 10 resounding, ringing...
resought 17 13 RESEEK, to seek agai...
resprout 16 12 to sprout again [v -...
restiest 14 8 RESTY, (obsolete) re...
restrict 18 11 to keep within bound...
resubmit 18 15 to submit again [v R...
retarget 14 10 to target again [v -...
retaught 17 13 RETEACH, to teach ag...
reticent 16 12 tending to be silent...
retirant 13 9 one who has retired...
retraict 17 11 (obsolete) retreat,...
retraitt 14 8 (Spenser) a portrait...
retroact 16 11 to act in return [v...
retrofit 16 11 to furnish with new...
revehent 16 15 carrying back [adj]
revenant 13 14 (French) one that re...
reverent 14 13 deeply respectful [a...
reverist 16 12 a person who has rev...
rheostat 15 10 a resistor used to c...
ribbiest 19 14 RIBBY, marked by rib...
richtest 20 13 RICHT, (Scots) right...
ricochet 22 16 to rebound from a su...
ridgiest 16 11 RIDGY, having ridges...
riftiest 17 11 RIFTY, having fissur...
rightest 18 12 RIGHT, being in acco...
rightist 19 12 one who adheres to t...
rigidest 16 11 RIGID, stiff [adj]
rigorist 16 10 one who professes ri...
rindiest 14 10 RINDY, covered in ri...
ringbolt 18 15 an eyebolt having a...
riskiest 16 12 RISKY, dangerous, al...
ritziest 18 17 RITZY, pretentious [...
roariest 13 8 ROARY, noisy, garish...
roborant 14 12 an invigorating drug...
rockiest 18 15 ROCKY, shaky, or uns...
roiliest 15 9 ROILY, turbid [adj]
rondelet 13 11 (French) a short 5 o...
roofiest 15 11 ROOFY, having a roof...
rookiest 14 12 ROOKY, (Shakespeare)...
roomiest 14 11 ROOMY, spacious [adj...
roopiest 15 11 ROOPY, (Scots) hoars...
rootiest 13 8 ROOTY, full of roots...
rortiest 14 8 RORTY, (Australian s...
roseroot 12 8 a fleshy-leaved herb...
roughest 17 13 ROUGH, having an une...
roughout 17 14 an unfinished roughl...
roundest 13 11 ROUND, shaped like a...
roundlet 14 12 a small circle [n -S...
roupiest 16 12 ROUPY, hoarse, also...
rowdiest 17 12 ROWDY, turbulent [ad...
royalist 21 11 a supporter of a mon...
rubaiyat 22 14 RUBAI, (Arabic) a Pe...
ruckseat 18 16 a folding seat attac...
ruddiest 15 11 RUDDY, reddish [adj]
rudiment 15 14 a basic principle or...
ruggiest 17 13 RUGGY, rough and une...
ruminant 14 14 chewing the cud [adj...
rummiest 17 15 RUMMY, queer [adj]
runabout 15 14 a small light boat,...
runniest 13 11 RUNNY, inclined to r...
runtiest 14 10 RUNTY, like a runt [...
ruralist 16 10 one who lives in the...
rushiest 17 11 RUSHY, abounding in...
rustiest 15 9 RUSTY, covered with...
rutilant 15 11 having a reddish glo...
ruttiest 15 9 RUTTY, marked by rut...
safarist 16 11 a person who goes on...
saggiest 16 12 SAGGY, characterized...
sailboat 16 12 a boat with sails [n...
sailpast 17 12 the sailing of ships...
salariat 14 9 the class of salarie...
salmonet 14 13 a young salmon, also...
saltiest 15 9 SALTY, tasting of sa...
saltwort 18 12 a seaside herb [n -S...
samizdat 18 21 (Russian) in the for...
sandiest 13 10 SANDY, covered with...
sandspit 16 13 a small point of lan...
sandwort 16 13 any of various small...
sapphist 21 16 a lesbian [n -S]
sappiest 18 14 SAPPY, full of sap [...
sarcenet 15 12 a fine silk fabric,...
sarconet 15 12 a fine silk fabric,...
sarkiest 15 12 SARKY, sarcastic [ad...
sarodist 14 9 one who plays the sa...
sarsenet 12 9 a fine silk fabric,...
sassiest 14 8 SASSY, impertinent [...
satanist 13 9 one who worships the...
satirist 15 8 one who satirizes, a...
saturant 13 10 a substance used to...
saucepot 18 15 a deep cooking pot w...
sauciest 17 12 SAUCY, impertinent [...
savagest 16 14 SAVAGE, fierce, unci...
savviest 18 16 SAVVY, shrewd [adj]
scaliest 18 12 SCALY, peeling off i...
scandent 15 14 climbing as a plant...
scantest 16 12 SCANT, scarce [adj]
scarcest 20 14 SCARCE, in short sup...
scariest 17 11 SCARY, frightening,...
scelerat 17 12 (French) a villain,...
schizont 22 23 in protozoans, a mat...
scilicet 22 15 (Latin) to wit; name...
sciolist 19 12 one whose knowledge...
scodiest 17 12 SCODY, (New Zealand)...
scramjet 20 23 a type of aircraft e...
scrimpit 22 17 (Scots) meager [adj]
sculpsit 22 16 (Latin) he or she sc...
seacoast 15 11 land bordering the s...
seacraft 18 14 skill in navigation...
seafront 14 12 an area along the ed...
seamiest 14 11 SEAMY, unpleasant [a...
seamount 13 13 a volcanic mountain...
seascout 16 12 a boy trained in wat...
seatbelt 16 12 an arrangement of st...
seatrout 13 9 a marine fish [n -S]
secodont 15 13 the cutting of back...
securest 17 12 SECURE, free from da...
sedatest 13 9 SEDATE, calm, self-p...
sederunt 13 11 (Latin) a prolonged...
sedgiest 15 11 SEDGY, bordered by s...
sediment 14 13 to settle in the bot...
seediest 13 9 SEEDY, shabby [adj]
seeliest 14 9 SEELY, fortunate; in...
seepiest 15 11 SEEPY, oozing with w...
segreant 13 11 in heraldry, with ra...
semblant 17 16 (archaic) a likeness...
semimatt 16 14 having a slight lust...
semisoft 17 14 moderately soft [adj...
semitist 16 11 a Semitic scholar [n...
semplest 18 15 SEMPLE, of humble bi...
sennight 16 14 (archaic) the space...
sentient 12 10 capable of sensation...
sepiment 16 15 a hedge [n -S]
serenest 12 9 SERENE, calm, tranqu...
sergeant 13 11 a noncommissioned mi...
serjeant 14 18 a noncommissioned mi...
sermonet 13 12 a short sermon, also...
servient 15 13 subordinate [adj]
setenant 11 10 (French) in philatel...
severest 15 12 SEVERE, strict, hars...
sextolet 20 16 a group of six notes...
shadiest 16 11 SHADY, full of shade...
shakeout 16 15 a minor economic rec...
shakiest 17 14 SHAKY, shaking [adj]
shaliest 17 11 SHALY, resembling sh...
sharpest 18 13 SHARP, keen, acute [...
sheepcot 20 16 a small enclosure fo...
sheerest 15 10 SHEER, utter [adj]
sherbert 18 13 a frozen fruit-flavo...
shiniest 16 11 SHINY, filled with l...
shipment 19 17 something that is sh...
shitlist 19 11 a blacklist of peopl...
shoalest 16 11 SHOAL, shallow, also...
shootist 16 10 a skilled marksman [...
shootout 15 11 a battle fought with...
shoplift 22 17 to steal goods from...
shortcut 20 14 to take a shorter or...
shortest 16 10 SHORT, having little...
shouldst 18 13 SHALL, used as an au...
shoutout 16 12 a public greeting, e...
showboat 20 16 to show off [v -ED,...
showiest 19 13 SHOWY, making a bril...
sibilant 17 13 hissing, also SIBILO...
sidemeat 14 12 meat cut from the si...
signpost 17 14 to provide with post...
silkiest 17 13 SILKY, resembling si...
silliest 17 10 SILLY, showing a lac...
siltiest 16 9 SILTY, full of silt...
silurist 17 10 a member of the anci...
simonist 15 12 one who practices si...
simplest 19 15 SIMPLE, straightforw...
simplist 20 15 (archaic) one skille...
simulant 16 14 a simulator [n -S]
sinciput 20 16 (Latin) the forehead...
sinkiest 15 13 SINKY, yielding unde...
siphonet 17 14 an aphid's honeydew...
sissiest 15 8 SISSY, effeminate, a...
sitarist 15 8 one who plays the si...
skieyest 21 14 SKIEY, resembling th...
skinsuit 16 14 a one-piece skintigh...
skintest 15 13 SKINT, having no mon...
skiviest 18 16 SKIVIE, (Scots) dera...
skylight 27 19 a window placed in a...
slackest 19 16 SLACK, not tight or...
slapshot 19 14 a fast powerful shot...
slatiest 15 9 SLATY, resembling sl...
sleekest 15 13 SLEEK, smooth, gloss...
sleepout 16 13 part of a veranda pa...
slickest 20 16 SLICK, smooth and sl...
slimiest 17 12 SLIMY, resembling sl...
slimmest 18 15 SLIM, slender [adj]
slipknot 18 17 a knot that adjusts...
slopiest 17 12 SLOPY, sloping [adj]
slugfest 19 15 a vigorous fight [n...
smallest 17 13 SMALL, not large [ad...
smallsat 17 13 a relatively small,...
smartest 15 11 SMART, clever [adj]
smiliest 17 12 SMILEY, given to smi...
smokepot 17 18 a container for givi...
smokiest 16 15 SMOKY, full of smoke...
smuggest 18 16 SMUG, complacent [ad...
snakebit 16 16 unlucky [adj]
snakepit 16 16 a pit filled with sn...
snakiest 14 13 SNAKY, like a snake,...
snapshot 17 14 to photograph inform...
snariest 13 9 SNARY, in danger of...
snellest 15 11 SNELL, keen, sharp [...
snidiest 14 10 SNIDEY, maliciously...
snipiest 16 12 SNIPY, snipelike; fr...
snoddest 13 11 SNOD, (Scots) smooth...
snowbelt 19 16 a area of regular sn...
snowboot 17 15 a boot for walking i...
snowiest 16 12 SNOWY, full of snow...
snowmelt 18 16 water produced by th...
snowsuit 17 13 a child's garment fo...
snuggest 16 14 SNUG, cosy [adj]
soapiest 15 11 SOAPY, like soap [ad...
soaproot 14 11 any plant whose root...
soapwort 18 14 a tall herb of the p...
soberest 15 11 SOBER, having contro...
sodalist 15 10 a member of a sodali...
soddiest 14 10 SODDY, consisting of...
sodomist 15 12 one who practices so...
soggiest 16 12 SOGGY, heavy with mo...
soiliest 15 9 SOILY, dirty, soiled...
solarist 15 9 one who practises so...
solecist 18 12 one who commits a so...
solidest 15 10 SOLID, having defini...
solidist 16 10 an advocate of, or b...
solleret 15 10 a metallic pointy to...
somatist 15 11 one who admits the e...
sombrest 17 14 SOMBRE, gloomy, dark...
somerset 14 11 a leap in which a pe...
somewhat 19 16 an unspecified numbe...
songfest 16 14 a gathering for sing...
sonorant 11 10 a voiced consonant r...
sonsiest 13 9 SONSIE, buxom, comel...
soothest 15 10 SOOTH, true, real, a...
sootiest 13 8 SOOTY, covered with...
soppiest 18 14 SOPPY, foolishly sen...
sorriest 14 8 SORRY, feeling regre...
sortment 14 12 an assortment [n -S]
soundest 13 11 SOUND, being in good...
soupiest 16 12 SOUPY, having the co...
spaciest 19 14 SPACY, weird in beha...
spanglet 17 15 a sparkling bit of m...
sparklet 18 16 a small spark [n -S]
sparsest 16 11 SPARSE, thinly distr...
speakout 16 16 the act of speaking...
spewiest 19 14 SPEWY, boggy [adj]
spiciest 20 14 SPICY, tasting of sp...
spickest 21 18 SPICK, tidy, fresh [...
spikelet 18 16 a type of flower clu...
spikiest 18 15 SPIKY, resembling a...
spiniest 16 12 SPINY, having spines...
spintext 22 19 a clergyman, a long-...
spirelet 17 12 a slender spire [n -...
spiriest 17 11 SPIRY, tall, slender...
sprocket 20 18 a toothlike projecti...
sproglet 18 14 a small child [n -S]
sprucest 20 15 SPRUCE, smart, dappe...
spumiest 18 15 SPUMY, like spume [a...
squarest 22 18 SQUARE, rigidly conv...
stablest 17 12 STABLE, well-founded...
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