8 letter words that start with A

8 letter words that start with A

8 letter A word

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aardvark 16 17 (Afrikaans) a noctur...
aardwolf 19 16 a hyena-like African...
aasvogel 16 15 (Afrikaans) a South...
abactors 18 14 ABACTOR, (obsolete)...
abacuses 18 15 ABACUS, a counting f...
abalones 14 13 ABALONE, a sea snail...
abampere 17 17 a unit of electric c...
abanding 15 16 ABAND, (Spenser) to...
abandons 13 14 ABANDON, to leave or...
abapical 21 18 directed away from t...
abasedly 22 15 ABASED [adv]
abashing 18 16 ABASH, to strike wit...
abatable 17 15 able to be abated as...
abatises 15 11 ABATIS, a barrier ma...
abattoir 15 11 a public slaughterho...
abatures 15 12 ABATURE, (French) a...
abbacies 20 17 ABBACY, the office o...
abbatial 18 15 pertaining to an abb...
abbesses 17 14 ABBESS, a female abb...
abdicant 18 16 in a state of abdica...
abdicate 18 15 to renounce or surre...
abdomens 15 16 ABDOMEN, in mammals,...
abdomina 15 16 ABDOMEN, in mammals,...
abducens 18 17 a cranial nerve [n A...
abducent 18 17 drawing back [adj]
abducing 20 19 ABDUCE, to draw or c...
abducted 19 17 ABDUCT, to carry som...
abductee 18 16 one who is abducted...
abductor 19 16 a person who abducts...
abearing 15 14 ABEAR, to bear; to b...
abegging 18 18 in the process of be...
abelmosk 18 19 an evergreen shrub o...
aberrant 14 12 wandering or strayin...
aberrate 14 11 to go astray, deviat...
abessive 17 15 a grammatical case d...
abetment 15 15 the act of abetting,...
abettals 16 12 ABETTAL, the act of...
abetters 15 11 ABETTER, one who abe...
abetting 16 14 ABET, to incite by e...
abettors 15 11 ABETTOR, one who abe...
abeyance 22 17 a state of suspensio...
abeyancy 29 19 a state of suspensio...
abfarads 17 15 ABFARAD, a unit of c...
abhenrys 23 16 ABHENRY, a unit of i...
abhorred 17 14 ABHOR, to loathe, ha...
abhorrer 17 13 one who abhors [n -S...
abidance 17 16 the act of abiding [...
abidings 17 15 ABIDING, a continuan...
abigails 18 14 ABIGAIL, (archaic) a...
abjected 20 24 ABJECT, to throw out...
abjectly 28 26 ABJECT, humble; mise...
abjoints 17 21 ABJOINT, to cut off...
abjurers 18 21 ABJURER, one who abj...
abjuring 19 24 ABJURE, to renounce...
ablating 17 15 ABLATE, to remove or...
ablation 15 13 surgical removal of...
ablative 18 16 indicating direction...
ablators 16 12 ABLATOR, a substance...
ablegate 16 14 a papal envoy [n -S]
ableisms 18 15 ABLEISM, discriminat...
ableists 17 12 ABLEIST, someone who...
abluents 16 14 ABLUENT, a cleansing...
ablution 16 14 the act of washing o...
abnegate 14 14 to renounce or repud...
abnormal 16 16 not normal [adj ABNO...
aboideau 14 13 (French) a tide gate...
aboiteau 14 12 (French) a tide gate...
abomasal 16 15 relating to the abom...
abomasum 17 18 the fourth stomach o...
abomasus 16 15 the fourth stomach o...
aborally 23 15 away from the mouth...
abording 16 15 ABORD, (archaic) to...
aborigen 15 14 an original or nativ...
aborigin 16 14 an original or nativ...
aborning 15 15 while being born [ad...
abortees 14 11 ABORTEE, a woman who...
aborters 15 11 ABORTER, one who abo...
aborting 16 14 ABORT, to bring fort...
abortion 14 12 the induced expulsio...
abortive 17 15 failing to succeed [...
aboulias 16 13 ABOULIA, (Greek) an...
abounded 14 15 ABOUND, to exist in...
abrachia 20 16 a congenital lack of...
abradant 14 13 a material used for...
abraders 15 12 ABRADER, a tool for...
abrading 16 15 ABRADE, to wear away...
abraided 15 13 ABRAID, (Spenser) to...
abrasion 14 12 a graze on the skin...
abrasive 17 15 capable of grinding...
abraying 22 16 ABRAY, (Spenser) to...
abreacts 18 14 ABREACT, to resolve...
abricock 23 21 (obsolete) an aprico...
abridged 17 15 ABRIDGE, to shorten...
abridger 17 14 one who abridges [n...
abridges 17 14 ABRIDGE, to shorten...
abrogate 15 13 to repeal (a law, cu...
abrooked 15 16 ABROOKE, an erroneou...
abrookes 15 15 ABROOKE, an erroneou...
abrosias 15 11 ABROSIA, fasting [n]
abrupter 18 15 ABRUPT, sudden [adj]
abruptly 26 18 ABRUPT, sudden [adv]
abscinds 19 16 ABSCIND, to cut off...
abscised 19 15 ABSCISE, to cut off,...
abscises 19 14 ABSCISE, to cut off,...
abscisic 23 17 as in abscisic acid,...
abscisin 19 15 abscisic acid, a pla...
abscissa 19 14 the distance of a po...
abscisse 19 14 the distance of a po...
absconds 18 16 ABSCOND, to depart s...
abseiled 16 13 ABSEIL, (German) to...
abseiler 16 12 one that abseils [n...
absences 17 15 ABSENCE, the state o...
absented 14 13 ABSENT, to take or k...
absentee 13 12 one who is not prese...
absenter 14 12 one who keeps away [...
absently 22 15 ABSENT, not present...
absinthe 17 14 (French) the wormwoo...
absinths 18 14 ABSINTH, (French) th...
absolute 16 13 unconditional, funda...
absolved 18 17 ABSOLVE, to free fro...
absolver 18 16 one who absolves [n...
absolves 18 16 ABSOLVE, to free fro...
absonant 13 13 discordant; abhorren...
absorbed 17 15 ABSORB, to take up o...
absorber 17 14 something that absor...
abstains 15 12 ABSTAIN, to refrain...
absterge 16 13 to cleanse by wiping...
abstract 19 14 to draw away [v -ED,...
abstrict 20 14 to set free spores e...
abstruse 16 12 difficult to underst...
absurder 16 13 ABSURD, ridiculous [...
absurdly 24 16 ABSURD, ridiculous [...
abthanes 16 14 ABTHANE, a monastic...
abundant 14 15 in great quantity [a...
abusable 18 16 able to be abused [a...
abusages 16 14 ABUSAGE, improper or...
abusions 15 13 ABUSION, (Spenser) m...
abutilon 16 14 (Arabic) a flowering...
abutment 16 16 a buttress of an arc...
abuttals 17 13 ABUTTAL, the butting...
abutters 16 12 ABUTTER, a person wh...
abutting 17 15 ABUT, to be adjacent...
academes 16 15 ACADEME, the academi...
academia 16 15 (Latin) the academic...
academic 20 18 relating to learning...
acalephe 20 17 any cnidarian (a jel...
acalephs 21 17 ACALEPH, any cnidari...
acanthae 16 14 ACANTHA, a sharp spi...
acanthas 17 14 ACANTHA, a sharp spi...
acanthin 17 15 a deposit within the...
acanthus 18 15 a prickly plant with...
acapnias 17 15 ACAPNIA, a lack of c...
acarbose 17 14 a drug for treating...
acaridan 15 13 relating to the Acar...
acarines 15 12 ACARINE, a tick-like...
acarpous 18 15 not bearing fruit [a...
acatours 16 12 ACATOUR, (obsolete)...
acaudate 15 13 tailless, also ACAUD...
acauline 16 14 having a very short...
acaulose 16 13 having a very short...
acaulous 17 14 having a very short...
acceders 19 15 ACCEDER, one who acc...
acceding 20 18 ACCEDE, to consent [...
accended 18 17 ACCEND, (obsolete) t...
accented 18 16 ACCENT, to pronounce...
accentor 18 15 a song bird [n -S]
accepted 21 18 ACCEPT, to receive w...
acceptee 20 17 one who is accepted...
accepter 21 17 a person who accepts...
acceptor 21 17 someone who accepts...
accessed 19 15 ACCESS, to have entr...
accesses 19 14 ACCESS, to have entr...
accident 19 16 a mishap [n -S]
accidias 20 15 ACCIDIA, (Latin) slo...
accidies 20 15 ACCIDIE, (Latin) slo...
accinged 20 18 ACCINGE, to gird up...
accinges 20 17 ACCINGE, to gird up...
acciting 21 17 ACCITE, to cite; to...
acclaims 22 18 ACCLAIM, to shout ap...
accloyed 26 18 ACCLOY, (Spenser) to...
accoasts 19 14 ACCOAST, to lie or s...
accolade 19 16 an expression of pra...
accompts 23 20 ACCOMPT, to explain...
accorage 19 16 (Spenser) to encoura...
accorded 19 16 ACCORD, to bring int...
accorder 19 15 one who accords [n -...
accosted 19 15 ACCOST, to approach...
accounts 19 16 ACCOUNT, to explain...
accourts 20 15 ACCOURT, to entertai...
accouter 19 15 (US) to dress or equ...
accoutre 19 15 to dress or equip, e...
accoying 26 19 ACCOY, (Spenser) to...
accredit 20 15 to accept as true [v...
accreted 19 15 ACCRETE, to grow tog...
accretes 19 14 ACCRETE, to grow tog...
accrewed 22 18 ACCREW, (Spenser) to...
accruals 21 16 ACCRUAL, an accumula...
accruing 21 18 ACCRUE, to accumulat...
accuracy 29 20 exactness [n ACCURAC...
accurate 19 15 free from error [adj...
accursed 20 16 ACCURSE, to make cur...
accurses 20 15 ACCURSE, to make cur...
accusals 21 16 ACCUSAL, an accusati...
accusant 19 16 an accuser [n -S]
accusers 20 15 ACCUSER, one who acc...
accusing 21 18 expressing accusatio...
accustom 21 18 to make familiar [v...
aceldama 17 16 (Aramaic) a place of...
acentric 19 15 without a centre [ad...
acequias 24 21 ACEQUIA, (Spanish) a...
acerated 15 12 needle-shaped, also...
acerbate 17 14 to embitter, to irri...
acerbest 18 14 ACERB, bitter and so...
acerbity 25 16 sourness [n ACERBITI...
acerolas 16 12 ACEROLA, a West Indi...
acervate 17 15 heaped [adj ACERVATE...
acervuli 20 17 the spore-producing...
acescent 18 15 something that is sl...
acetamid 17 15 an amide of acetic a...
acetated 15 12 combined with acetic...
acetates 15 11 ACETATE, an ester of...
acetones 14 12 ACETONE, the simples...
acetonic 18 15 of or pertaining to...
acetoxyl 29 21 a univalent radical...
acetylic 27 17 pertaining to the ra...
achaenia 16 14 ACHENIUM, a small on...
acharyas 24 15 ACHARYA, (Sanskrit)...
achenial 18 15 relating to an achen...
achenium 19 18 a small one-seeded f...
achieved 20 18 ACHIEVE, to carry ou...
achiever 20 17 one who achieves [n...
achieves 20 17 ACHIEVE, to carry ou...
achillea 20 15 a plant of the yarro...
achiness 18 14 the state of having...
achingly 27 19 ACHING, hurting, thr...
achiotes 18 13 ACHIOTE, (Nahuatl) t...
acholias 19 14 ACHOLIA, a lack of b...
achromat 19 16 a light transmitting...
achromic 23 19 having no colour [ad...
aciculae 20 16 ACICULA, (Latin) a n...
acicular 21 16 needle-shaped [adj]
aciculas 21 16 ACICULA, (Latin) a n...
aciculum 23 20 a bristlelike part [...
acidemia 17 15 a condition of incre...
acidhead 18 15 a person who takes h...
acidiest 17 12 ACIDY, resembling ac...
acidness 16 13 acidity; sourness [n...
acidoses 16 12 ACIDOSIS, the presen...
acidosis 17 12 the presence of abno...
acidotic 20 15 pertaining to an abn...
aciduria 17 13 excessive acid in th...
acierage 16 13 the covering of a me...
acierate 15 11 to turn into steel [...
acknowne 18 20 (Shakespeare) aware,...
acoelous 16 13 lacking a coelom, a...
acoemeti 16 14 (Greek) an ancient m...
acolytes 23 14 ACOLYTE, a faithful...
acolyths 26 16 ACOLYTH, (obsolete)...
aconites 15 12 ACONITE, a poisonous...
aconitic 19 15 of or pertaining to...
aconitum 17 16 (Latin) the poisonou...
acosmism 19 17 a doctrine denying t...
acosmist 18 14 one who denies the e...
acouchis 22 17 ACOUCHI, a burrowing...
acoustic 20 15 a sense of hearing [...
acquaint 24 22 to cause to know [v...
acquests 25 21 ACQUEST, a thing acq...
acquight 29 25 (obsolete) to free f...
acquiral 26 22 getting or attainmen...
acquired 25 22 ACQUIRE, to come int...
acquiree 24 21 one that is acquired...
acquirer 25 21 one who acquires [n...
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...
acridest 17 12 ACRID, sharp to the...
acridine 16 13 a chemical compound...
acridins 17 13 ACRIDIN, a chemical...
acridity 24 14 the state of being a...
acrimony 23 17 bitterness of feelin...
acrobats 18 14 ACROBAT, one skilled...
acrodont 15 13 having teeth fused w...
acrogens 16 14 ACROGEN, a cryptogam...
acrolect 20 15 a variety of languag...
acrolein 16 13 a flammable liquid,...
acrolith 20 14 (Greek) a statue wit...
acromial 18 15 of or pertaining to...
acromion 16 15 (Greek) the outer ex...
acronyms 23 17 ACRONYM, a word form...
acrosome 16 14 a thin sac at the he...
acrostic 20 14 a poem in acronym fo...
acroters 16 11 ACROTER, a pedestal...
acrotism 18 14 absence of pulsation...
acrylate 23 14 a compound used in p...
acrylics 28 17 ACRYLIC, a type of r...
acrylyls 32 17 ACRYLYL, an organic...
actiniae 15 12 ACTINIA, a sea-anemo...
actinian 15 13 a sea-anemone, also...
actinias 16 12 ACTINIA, a sea-anemo...
actinide 16 13 any element of a gro...
actinism 18 15 the property of radi...
actinium 18 16 a radioactive metall...
actinoid 16 13 any element of a gro...
actinons 15 13 ACTINON, an isotope...
actioned 15 13 ACTION, to carry out...
actioner 15 12 a film with a lot of...
activate 18 15 to set in motion [v...
actively 26 18 with activity [adv]
activise 19 15 to activate, also AC...
activism 21 18 a policy of direct a...
activist 20 15 an advocate of activ...
activity 26 17 the state of being a...
activize 22 24 to activate, also AC...
actorish 19 13 like an actor [adj]
actressy 23 13 like an actress [adj...
actually 25 16 ACTUAL, existing in...
actuated 16 13 ACTUATE, to put into...
actuates 16 12 ACTUATE, to put into...
actuator 16 12 one who actuates [n...
acuating 17 15 ACUATE, to sharpen [...
acuities 17 12 ACUITY, sharpness [n...
aculeate 16 13 prickly; pointed; st...
acupoint 18 16 an acupuncture site...
acushlas 20 15 ACUSHLA, (Irish) an...
acutance 18 16 a measure of photogr...
acylated 23 15 ACYLATE, to introduc...
acylates 23 14 ACYLATE, to introduc...
acyloins 23 15 ACYLOIN, a type of c...
adamance 15 16 unyielding hardness,...
adamancy 22 18 unyielding hardness,...
adamants 13 13 ADAMANT, a legendary...
adamsite 14 12 a lung-irritating ga...
adapters 15 12 ADAPTER, something t...
adapting 16 15 ADAPT, to make suita...
adaption 14 13 the act of adapting,...
adaptive 17 16 able to be adapted [...
adaptors 15 12 ADAPTOR, something t...
addebted 15 14 (Scots) indebted, ow...
addeemed 13 14 ADDEEM, (obsolete) t...
addendum 14 16 something to be adde...
addicted 17 14 ADDICT, to make depe...
addition 13 11 something added [n -...
additive 16 14 in addition [adj ADD...
additory 20 12 making an addition [...
addoomed 13 14 ADDOOM, (Spenser) to...
addorsed 13 11 in heraldry, turned...
adducent 16 15 drawing inward or to...
adducers 17 14 ADDUCER, one who add...
adducing 18 17 ADDUCE, to cite or q...
adducted 17 15 ADDUCT, to draw inwa...
adductor 17 14 an adducent muscle,...
adeeming 14 15 ADEEM, to cancel a b...
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...
adenylic 23 16 as in adenylic acid,...
adeptest 15 12 ADEPT, highly skille...
adequacy 30 24 the state of suffici...
adequate 20 19 sufficient [adj]
adermins 14 13 ADERMIN, a former na...
adespota 14 12 (Greek) anonymous wo...
adessive 15 13 a grammatical case i...
adharmas 16 14 ADHARMA, (Sanskrit)...
adherend 14 13 the surface to which...
adherent 14 12 sticking, growing to...
adherers 15 11 ADHERER, one who rem...
adhering 16 14 ADHERE, to become or...
adhesion 14 12 the act of sticking...
adhesive 17 15 sticking [adj ADHESI...
adhibits 19 14 ADHIBIT, to attach;...
adiposes 15 12 ADIPOSIS, obesity [n...
adiposis 16 12 obesity [n ADIPOSES]
adipsias 16 12 ADIPSIA, complete la...
adjacent 17 22 next to [adj ADJACEN...
adjoined 14 20 ADJOIN, to lie next...
adjoints 15 19 ADJOINT, a form of a...
adjourns 15 20 ADJOURN, to suspend...
adjudged 17 23 ADJUDGE, to decide;...
adjudges 17 22 ADJUDGE, to decide;...
adjuncts 19 23 ADJUNCT, something a...
adjurers 16 19 ADJURER, one who com...
adjuring 17 22 ADJURE, to command s...
adjurors 16 19 ADJUROR, one who com...
adjusted 16 20 ADJUST, to bring to...
adjuster 16 19 one who adjusts [n -...
adjustor 16 19 one who adjusts, e.g...
adjutage 16 21 (French) a tube adde...
adjutant 15 20 an officer who assis...
adjuvant 17 24 serving to aid or co...
admasses 14 12 ADMASS, the mass aud...
admirals 16 13 ADMIRAL, the chief c...
admirers 15 12 ADMIRER, one who adm...
admiring 16 15 ADMIRE, to have a hi...
admitted 15 13 ADMIT, to allow to e...
admittee 14 12 one that is admitted...
admitter 15 12 one who admits [n -S...
admixing 22 22 ADMIX, to mix [v]
admonish 16 15 to reprove mildly [v...
adnation 11 11 the state of being a...
adonised 12 11 ADONISE, to adorn (o...
adonises 12 10 ADONIS [v]
adonized 15 20 ADONIZE, to adorn (o...
adonizes 15 19 ADONIZE, to adorn (o...
adoptees 14 12 ADOPTEE, one who is...
adopters 15 12 ADOPTER, one who ado...
adopting 16 15 ADOPT, to take as on...
adoption 14 13 the act of adopting...
adoptive 17 16 due to adoption; hav...
adorable 15 13 worthy of being ador...
adorably 22 15 ADORABLE, worthy of...
adorners 12 10 ADORNER, one who ado...
adorning 13 13 ADORN, to embellish...
adreaded 12 11 ADREAD, (obsolete) t...
adrenals 13 11 ADRENAL, an adrenal...
adroiter 13 9 ADROIT, skilful [adj...
adroitly 21 12 ADROIT, skilful [adv...
adscript 20 15 (historical) a feuda...
adsorbed 15 13 ADSORB, to gather an...
adsorber 15 12 something that adsor...
adspeaks 16 16 ADSPEAK, the kind of...
adularia 14 11 a transparent or tra...
adulated 14 12 ADULATE, to fawn upo...
adulates 14 11 ADULATE, to fawn upo...
adulator 14 11 one who adulates [n...
adultery 21 13 voluntary sexual int...
adumbral 18 17 shadowy [adj]
aduncate 15 14 hooked, also ADUNC [...
aduncity 23 16 state of being hooke...
aduncous 16 15 hooked [adj]
adusting 15 13 ADUST, (Milton) to s...
advanced 17 18 ADVANCE, to put forw...
advancer 17 17 one who advances [n...
advances 17 17 ADVANCE, to put forw...
advected 18 17 ADVECT, to transport...
advening 15 17 ADVENE, to be added...
adverser 15 13 ADVERSE, acting agai...
adverted 15 14 ADVERT, to refer to...
advewing 19 19 ADVEW, (Spenser) to...
advisees 15 13 ADVISEE, one who is...
advisers 16 13 ADVISER, one who giv...
advising 17 16 (Sahkespeare) counse...
advisors 16 13 ADVISOR, one who giv...
advisory 22 15 a report giving info...
advocaat 17 16 (Dutch) a liqueur co...
advocacy 27 21 the function of an a...
advocate 17 16 to plead in favour o...
advoutry 22 16 (obsolete) adultery,...
advowson 17 17 the right of present...
adwarded 16 14 ADWARD, (Spenser) to...
adynamia 19 15 lack of physical str...
adynamic 23 18 without strength [ad...
aecidial 17 13 relating to an aecid...
aecidium 18 16 a cup-shaped structu...
aedicule 17 14 a door or window wit...
aegirine 13 11 a green mineral, a s...
aegirite 14 10 a green mineral, a s...
aeglogue 15 14 (archaic) a pastoral...
aegrotat 13 10 (archaic) an unclass...
aemuling 16 16 AEMULE, (Spenser) to...
aeneuses 11 10 AENEUS, a kind of aq...
aequorin 20 19 a protein secreted b...
aeradios 12 9 AERADIO, a Canadian...
aerating 13 11 AERATE, to put air i...
aeration 11 9 exposure to the acti...
aerators 12 8 AERATOR, that which...
aerially 21 12 pertaining to the ai...
aerified 15 12 AERIFY, to infuse ai...
aerifies 15 11 AERIFY, to infuse ai...
aeriform 16 14 having the form of a...
aerobats 14 11 AEROBAT, one who per...
aerobics 18 14 exercise for conditi...
aerobium 16 15 an organism that req...
aerobomb 17 17 a bomb for dropping...
aerobots 14 11 AEROBOT, an unmanned...
aerodart 12 9 an arrow-headed miss...
aeroduct 16 13 a type of jet engine...
aerodyne 17 12 a heavier-than-air a...
aerofoil 15 12 a structure which gi...
aerogels 14 11 AEROGEL, a highly po...
aerogram 14 13 an airmail letter, a...
aerolite 13 9 a meteorite [n -S]
aerolith 16 11 a meteorite [n -S]
aerology 20 13 the study of the atm...
aeronaut 11 10 a traveller through...
aeronomy 18 14 the study of the upp...
aerosats 12 8 AEROSAT, a satellite...
aerosols 13 9 AEROSOL, a spray rel...
aerostat 12 8 any lighter-than-air...
aerotone 10 9 a deep bath with mas...
aesculin 17 14 a glucoside found in...
aesthete 14 10 a person who affects...
aestival 16 13 of summer [adj]
aetheric 18 13 pertaining to the ae...
afearing 15 14 AFEAR, (Spenser) to...
afebrile 18 15 having no fever [adj...
affaires 17 14 AFFAIRE, (French) a...
affeared 16 15 AFFEARE, (Spenser) t...
affeares 16 14 AFFEARE, (Spenser) t...
affected 20 18 AFFECT, to act upon...
affecter 20 17 one who affects, ass...
affeered 16 15 AFFEER, (archaic) to...
afferent 16 15 bearing, bringing or...
affiance 19 18 to betroth [v AFFIAN...
affiants 17 15 AFFIANT, one who mak...
affiches 23 19 AFFICHE, (French) a...
affinely 24 18 in the manner of a t...
affinity 24 17 a natural attraction...
affirmed 19 18 AFFIRM, to state pos...
affirmer 19 17 one who affirms [n -...
affixers 24 21 AFFIXER, one who aff...
affixial 25 22 pertaining to a pref...
affixing 25 24 AFFIX, to fix on to,...
afflated 18 16 inspired [adj]
afflatus 19 16 inspiration, a divin...
afflicts 23 18 AFFLICT, to distress...
affluent 18 17 wealthy [adj AFFLUEN...
affluxes 25 23 AFFLUX, a flowing to...
affogato 17 16 (Italian) a dessert...
affoords 17 15 AFFOORD, (Spenser) t...
afforced 20 18 AFFORCE, to strength...
afforces 20 17 AFFORCE, to strength...
afforded 17 16 AFFORD, to have suff...
afforest 17 14 to cover with forest...
affrayed 23 17 AFFRAY, to disturb o...
affrayer 23 16 a disturber of the p...
affright 22 18 to frighten [v -ED,...
affronte 16 15 in heraldry, facing...
affronts 17 15 AFFRONT, to insult t...
affusion 17 16 the act of pouring a...
afghanis 18 16 AFGHANI, a monetary...
aflutter 17 13 nervously excited [a...
aftereye 20 13 (Shakespeare) to gaz...
aftersun 15 13 moisturing lotion ap...
aftertax 21 18 remaining after paym...
agacante 15 14 (French) provoking,...
agacerie 16 13 (French) an allureme...
agalloch 21 17 the fragrant wood of...
agalwood 17 15 the wood of the aloe...
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...
agarwood 16 14 a soft, resinous woo...
agasting 15 13 AGAST, (Milton) to t...
agatised 14 11 AGATISE, to cause to...
agatises 14 10 AGATISE, to cause to...
agatized 17 20 AGATIZE, 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...
agenesia 12 11 absence or imperfect...
agenesis 13 11 absence or imperfect...
agenetic 16 14 relating to agenesis...
agenised 13 12 AGENISE, to treat fl...
agenises 13 11 AGENISE, to treat fl...
agenized 16 21 AGENIZE, to treat fl...
agenizes 16 20 AGENIZE, to treat fl...
agential 14 12 pertaining to an age...
agenting 14 14 the business of an a...
agentive 15 15 a grammatical case i...
ageratum 15 14 a flowering tropical...
ageusias 14 11 AGEUSIA, lack of a s...
aggadahs 17 15 AGGADAH, the homilet...
aggadoth 17 15 AGGADAH, the homilet...
aggraced 18 16 AGGRACE, (Spenser) t...
aggraces 18 15 AGGRACE, (Spenser) t...
aggraded 15 14 AGGRADE, to raise th...
aggrades 15 13 AGGRADE, to raise th...
aggrated 15 13 AGGRATE, (Spenser) t...
aggrates 15 12 AGGRATE, (Spenser) t...
aggrieve 17 16 to distress [v AGGRI...
aginners 13 12 AGINNER, an opponent...
agiotage 14 12 speculative manoeuvr...
agisters 15 10 AGISTER, a former of...
agisting 16 13 AGIST, to admit (liv...
agistors 15 10 AGISTOR, a former of...
agitable 17 14 able to be agitated...
agitated 14 11 AGITATE, to stir vio...
agitates 14 10 AGITATE, to stir vio...
agitator 14 10 one that agitates [n...
agitpops 19 16 AGITPOP, pop music a...
agitprop 19 16 pro-Communist propag...
aglimmer 18 17 glimmering [adj]
aglitter 16 11 glittering [adj]
aglossal 16 12 having no tongue at...
aglossia 15 11 the congenital lack...
aglycone 23 17 an organic compound,...
aglycons 24 17 AGLYCON, an organic...
agminate 14 14 clustered together [...
agnathan 14 14 any of a family of e...
agnation 12 12 the relationship of...
agnising 15 14 AGNISE, to acknowled...
agnizing 18 23 AGNIZE, to acknowled...
agnomens 13 15 AGNOMEN, (Latin) a n...
agnomina 13 15 AGNOMEN, (Latin) a n...
agnosias 13 11 AGNOSIA, the loss of...
agnostic 17 14 sceptic, denying the...
agonised 13 12 AGONISE, to suffer a...
agonises 13 11 AGONISE, to suffer a...
agonisms 15 14 AGONISM, a contest o...
agonists 14 11 AGONIST, a protagoni...
agonized 16 21 AGONIZE, to suffer a...
agonizes 16 20 AGONIZE, to suffer a...
agouties 14 11 AGOUTY, a burrowing...
agraffes 18 16 AGRAFFE, (French) a...
agraphia 18 15 the inability to wri...
agraphic 22 18 characterized by agr...
agraphon 17 16 (Greek) a saying of...
agrarian 13 11 related to land [adj...
agreeing 14 13 AGREE, to have the s...
agremens 14 14 (French) courtesies,...
agrement 14 14 (French) the approva...
agrestal 15 11 growing wild in cult...
agrestic 18 13 of or relating to th...
agrimony 21 16 a perennial herb of...
agrising 16 13 AGRISE, to terrify,...
agrizing 19 22 AGRIZE, (obsolete) t...
agrology 22 15 the science of soils...
agronomy 20 16 rural economy [n AGR...
agrypnia 22 16 wakefulness; sleeple...
agryzing 25 24 AGRYZE, (obsolete) t...
aguacate 16 14 the avocado pear [n...
aguelike 16 16 like a fever [adj]
agueweed 16 15 a North American pla...
aguishly 25 16 AGUISH, having the q...
aguising 16 14 AGUISE, to adorn, al...
aguizing 19 23 AGUIZE, to adorn, al...
ahemeral 16 14 not being a full 24...
aidances 15 13 AIDANCE, help [n]
aigrette 14 10 a tuft of feathers w...
aiguille 17 13 a needlelike peak of...
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...
aimfully 26 19 full of purpose [adv...
ainsells 15 11 AINSELL, one's own s...
airballs 18 13 AIRBALL, in basketba...
airbases 15 11 AIRBASE, a centre fo...
airboard 15 12 an inflatable board...
airboats 15 11 AIRBOAT, a kind of b...
airborne 14 12 carried by air [adj]
airbound 15 14 stopped up by air [a...
airbrick 21 18 a brick with holes i...
airbrush 19 14 to apply a fine spra...
airburst 17 12 to explode in the ai...
airbuses 16 12 AIRBUS, (tradename)...
aircheck 23 20 a recording made fro...
aircoach 21 16 the cheaper accommod...
aircraft 19 14 a machine for travel...
aircrews 20 14 AIRCREW, the crew of...
airdates 13 9 AIRDATE, the schedul...
airdrawn 16 13 drawn in the air; vi...
airdrome 14 12 an aerodrome [n -S]
airdrops 16 12 AIRDROP, to drop fro...
airfares 15 11 AIRFARE, the price o...
airfield 17 13 an area where planes...
airflows 20 15 AIRFLOW, a flow of a...
airfoils 17 12 AIRFOIL, part of an...
airframe 16 14 the body of an aircr...
airglows 19 14 AIRGLOW, a faint lig...
airgraph 19 15 a letter photographi...
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...
airliner 14 10 a large passenger ai...
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...
airplane 15 13 a winged aircraft pr...
airplays 23 14 AIRPLAY, the broadca...
airports 16 11 AIRPORT, a tract of...
airposts 16 11 AIRPOST, the system...
airpower 18 14 military air strengt...
airproof 17 14 to make impermeable...
airscape 18 14 a view of the earth...
airscrew 20 14 an airplane propelle...
airshaft 18 13 a passage for air e....
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...
airspace 18 14 the portion of atmos...
airspeed 15 12 the speed of an airc...
airstops 16 11 AIRSTOP, a helicopte...
airstrip 17 11 a runway [n -S]
airthing 17 13 AIRTH, (Scots) to gu...
airtight 18 12 impermeable to air [...
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...
airwoman 16 15 a female aviator [n...
airwomen 16 15 AIRWOMAN, a female a...
aisleway 23 14 a passage for inside...
aislings 16 12 AISLING, (Irish) a v...
ajutages 16 20 AJUTAGE, (French) a...
akaryote 19 14 a cell without a nuc...
akineses 13 13 AKINESIS, loss of vo...
akinesia 13 13 loss of voluntary mo...
akinesis 14 13 loss of voluntary mo...
akinetic 17 16 relating to akinesia...
akirahos 16 14 AKIRAHO, (Maori) a s...
akrasias 14 12 AKRASIA, (Greek) los...
akvavits 19 20 AKVAVIT, (Norwegian)...
alachlor 20 15 a type of herbicide...
alacrity 24 14 cheerful promptness...
alaiment 14 13 an allayment, a less...
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...
alarming 16 15 ALARM, to strike wit...
alarmism 17 15 the practice of alar...
alarmist 16 12 one who alarms other...
alarumed 15 14 ALARUM, (archaic) to...
alastors 14 9 ALASTOR, an avenging...
alastrim 16 12 a mild form of small...
alations 13 10 ALATION, the state o...
albacore 18 15 a large tuna fish, a...
albedoes 15 13 ALBEDO, the measure...
alberghi 20 16 ALBERGO, an inn, als...
albicore 19 15 a large tuna fish, a...
albiness 16 13 (archaic) a female a...
albinism 18 16 the condition of bei...
albitise 17 12 to turn into albite,...
albitize 20 21 to turn into albite,...
albizias 20 21 ALBIZIA, any of a ge...
albizzia 23 30 any of a genus of su...
albumens 17 17 ALBUMEN, the white o...
albumins 18 17 ALBUMIN, the protein...
albumose 17 16 a water-soluble prot...
alburnum 18 18 the soft wood betwee...
alcahest 19 14 the hypothetical uni...
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...
alchemic 24 20 relating to alchemy...
alcheras 19 14 ALCHERA, the dreamti...
alcidine 17 14 pertaining to a fami...
alcohols 20 15 ALCOHOL, a flammable...
alcolock 22 20 a breath-alcohol saf...
alcopops 21 18 ALCOPOP, a drink con...
alcorzas 20 21 ALCORZA, a kind of S...
aldehyde 22 15 a volatile liquid ob...
alderfly 24 16 a riverside winged i...
alderman 14 14 a member of a munici...
aldermen 14 14 ALDERMAN, a member o...
aldicarb 20 16 a kind of pesticide...
aldolase 14 11 an enzyme [n -S]
aldoxime 21 20 an oxime formed by r...
aleatory 19 11 dependent on chance,...
alebench 20 18 a bench in or in fro...
alecosts 17 12 ALECOST, a garden pl...
alegging 17 16 ALEGGE, (Spenser) to...
alehouse 15 12 a tavern where ale i...
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...
alertest 14 9 ALERT, ready for sud...
alerting 15 12 ALERT, to warn [v]
aleurone 12 11 a protein found in s...
aleurons 13 11 ALEURON, a protein f...
alewives 19 16 ALEWIFE, a woman who...
alexines 19 17 ALEXINE, a substance...
alexinic 23 20 related to alexin [a...
alfalfas 19 16 ALFALFA, the fodder...
alfaquin 24 23 a teacher of Muslim...
alfaquis 25 22 ALFAQUI, a teacher o...
alforjas 18 21 ALFORJA, (Arabic) a...
alfresco 19 15 outdoors [adv]
algaroba 16 14 (Arabic) the carob,...
algebras 17 14 ALGEBRA, a method of...
algerine 14 12 a kind of woollen fa...
algesias 15 11 ALGESIA, sensitivity...
algicide 19 15 a substance used to...
algidity 23 14 chilliness, esp. dur...
alginate 14 12 a salt of alginic ac...
algology 23 16 the study of algae [...
algorism 17 14 the Arabic system of...
alguacil 20 16 a Spanish arresting...
alguazil 20 22 a Spanish arresting...
aliasing 15 12 image imperfections...
alibiing 18 15 ALIBI, to give an al...
alicants 17 13 ALICANT, (Spanish) a...
alidades 14 11 ALIDADE, a device us...
alienage 13 12 the state of being f...
alienate 12 10 to make indifferent...
alienees 12 10 ALIENEE, one to whom...
alieners 13 10 ALIENER, one that tr...
aliening 14 13 ALIEN, to alienate [...
alienism 15 13 the state of being f...
alienist 14 10 a psychiatrist speci...
alienors 13 10 ALIENOR, a person wh...
aligarta 15 11 (obsolete) an alliga...
alighted 18 14 ALIGHT, to dismount...
aligners 15 12 ALIGNER, one who ali...
aligning 16 15 ALIGN, to arrange in...
aliments 15 13 ALIMENT, to feed, no...
aliquant 22 20 not dividing equally...
aliquots 23 19 ALIQUOT, a number th...
alizarin 17 19 a coloring principle...
alizaris 18 18 ALIZARI, a Mediterra...
alkahest 17 15 the hypothetical uni...
alkalies 16 14 ALKALI, a substance...
alkalify 25 19 to convert into an a...
alkaline 15 15 containing an alkali...
alkalise 16 14 to convert into an a...
alkalize 19 23 to convert into an a...
alkaloid 16 15 any of a class of co...
alkanets 14 14 ALKANET, a wild flow...
alkannin 13 16 a wild flower; a red...
alkoxide 21 21 a basic salt derived...
alkylate 22 16 to combine with alky...
allanite 14 11 a silicate containin...
allative 17 14 a grammatical case d...
allayers 21 12 ALLAYER, one who, or...
allaying 22 15 tempering [n -S]
alledged 16 14 ALLEDGE, to allay, a...
alledges 16 13 ALLEDGE, to allay, a...
allegers 16 12 ALLEGER, one who all...
allegged 17 15 ALLEGGE, (Spenser) t...
allegges 17 14 ALLEGGE, (Spenser) t...
alleging 17 15 ALLEGE, to assert wi...
allegory 22 14 a story presenting a...
allegros 16 12 ALLEGRO, a musical p...
allelism 18 14 the state of possess...
alleluia 16 12 a song of praise to...
allergen 15 13 a substance that ind...
allergic 20 15 suffering from an al...
allergin 16 13 a substance that ind...
allerion 14 11 in heraldry, an eagl...
alleycat 24 15 a cat who lives in a...
alleyway 30 17 a narrow passageway,...
allheals 18 13 ALLHEAL, a medicinal...
alliable 18 14 capable of being all...
alliance 17 14 an association forme...
allicins 19 14 ALLICIN, a liquid co...
alligate 16 12 to unite by some tie...
allnight 19 15 lasting all night [a...
allobars 17 13 ALLOBAR, a change in...
allocate 17 13 to set apart for a p...
allodial 16 12 relating to allod [a...
allodium 17 15 an estate held in ab...
allogamy 23 17 cross-fertilization...
allomone 14 14 a chemical substance...
allonged 15 14 ALLONGE, to lunge [v...
allonges 15 13 ALLONGE [n]
allonyms 22 16 ALLONYM, the name of...
allopath 19 15 one who practises al...
allosaur 15 11 a large, lizard-hipp...
allotted 15 11 ALLOT, to give as a...
allottee 14 10 one to whom somethin...
allotter 15 10 one who allots [n -S...
allotype 23 15 an allotypic variant...
allotypy 30 17 the condition of bei...
allovers 17 14 ALLOVER, a fabric wi...
allowing 19 16 ALLOW, to put no obs...
alloxans 20 18 ALLOXAN, an oxidatio...
alloying 22 15 ALLOY, to combine a...
allozyme 25 24 a different form of...
allseeds 15 11 ALLSEED, a weed of t...
allsorts 16 10 things of various sh...
allspice 21 16 a widely used aromat...
alluding 17 15 ALLUDE, to make an i...
allurers 16 11 ALLURER, one who all...
alluring 17 14 ALLURE, to attract w...
allusion 15 12 the act of alluding...
allusive 18 15 alluding [adj]
alluvial 19 16 soil composed of all...
alluvion 17 16 land gained from the...
alluvium 20 19 land gained from the...
almagest 16 14 a medieval treatise...
almanack 18 20 a register of the da...
almanacs 17 16 ALMANAC, a register...
almemars 16 15 ALMEMAR, (Hebrew) a...
almeries 15 12 ALMERY, a cupboard f...
almighty 26 18 having absolute powe...
almirahs 18 14 ALMIRAH, (Hindi) a w...
almoners 14 13 ALMONER, a giver of...
alnagers 14 12 ALNAGER, an inspecto...
alocasia 16 12 any of various tropi...
alodiums 16 14 ALODIUM, land held a...
aloetics 17 12 ALOETIC, a medicine...
alogical 19 15 outside the domain o...
alopecia 18 15 (Latin) loss of hair...
alopecic 22 18 relating to baldness...
alpaccas 22 18 ALPACCA, a type of n...
alphabet 20 17 a set of letters [n...
alphorns 18 15 ALPHORN, (German) a...
alphosis 19 14 a lack of skin pigme...
alpinely 23 16 ALPINE, related to m...
alpinism 18 16 the sport of climbin...
alpinist 17 13 a mountain climber [...
altarage 14 11 offerings made upon...
alterant 13 10 something that alter...
alterers 14 9 ALTERER, one who alt...
altering 15 12 ALTER, to make diffe...
alterity 21 11 otherness [n ALTERIT...
alternat 13 10 a way of determining...
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...
although 20 16 despite the fact tha...
altitude 15 11 height above sea lev...
altoists 15 9 ALTOIST, one who pla...
altrices 18 12 birds whose young ar...
altruism 17 13 selfless devotion to...
altruist 16 10 one that practices a...
aluminas 15 14 ALUMINA, an oxide of...
alumines 15 14 ALUMINE, an oxide of...
aluminic 19 17 of or containing alu...
aluminum 17 18 a light silvery mall...
alumiums 18 17 ALUMIUM, (obsolete)...
alumroot 15 13 a North American flo...
alunites 14 11 ALUNITE, a hydrous s...
alveated 15 14 vaulted like a beehi...
alveolar 16 14 pertaining to an alv...
alveoles 16 14 ALVEOLE, a small bod...
alveolus 17 15 a small body cavity,...
alyssums 23 15 ALYSSUM, a plant of...
amadavat 15 16 (Hindi) the strawber...
amalgams 17 17 AMALGAM, an alloy of...
amandine 12 14 (French) albumin in...
amandlas 14 14 AMANDLA, (South Afri...
amanitas 13 12 AMANITA, a kind of p...
amanitin 13 13 a toxin produced by...
amaracus 17 15 (Latin) the herb mar...
amaranth 15 14 a fabled never-fadin...
amarants 13 12 AMARANT, a fabled ne...
amarelle 15 13 a variety of sour ch...
amaretti 14 11 macaroons made with...
amaretto 13 11 (Italian) a kind of...
amarones 12 12 AMARONE, a strong dr...
amassers 14 11 AMASSER, one who ama...
amassing 15 14 AMASS, to accumulate...
amateurs 14 12 AMATEUR, one who eng...
amations 13 12 AMATION, lovemaking...
amautiks 16 16 AMAUTIK, (Inuit) an...
amazedly 24 24 AMAZED [adv]
ambaches 21 19 AMBACH, a pith tree,...
ambaries 16 14 AMBARY, (Hindi) a fi...
amberies 16 14 AMBERY, a cupboard f...
amberina 15 15 (tradename) a type o...
amberite 16 14 a kind of smokeless...
amberoid 16 15 a synthetic amber, a...
amberous 16 15 containing amber [ad...
ambiance 18 18 the mood or atmosphe...
ambience 18 18 the mood or atmosphe...
ambients 16 15 AMBIENT, something w...
ambition 16 15 aspiration after suc...
ambivert 19 18 someone who is both...
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...
ambrosia 16 14 the food of the gods...
ambsaces 19 17 AMBSACE, bad luck, a...
ambulant 17 17 walking; moving from...
ambulate 17 16 to walk; to move abo...
ambushed 19 18 AMBUSH, to attack fr...
ambusher 19 17 one who ambushes [n...
ambushes 19 17 AMBUSH, to attack fr...
ameerate 12 11 the rank of an ameer...
ameioses 13 11 AMEIOSIS, the non-pa...
ameiosis 14 11 the non-pairing of t...
amelcorn 17 16 (German) a variety o...
amenable 15 16 capable of being per...
amenably 22 18 AMENABLE, capable of...
amenaged 13 15 AMENAGE, (Spenser) t...
amenages 13 14 AMENAGE, (Spenser) t...
amenders 13 13 AMENDER, one who ame...
amending 14 16 AMEND, to correct, i...
amentias 13 12 AMENTIA, mental defi...
amercers 17 14 AMERCER, one who ame...
amercing 18 17 AMERCE, to fine or p...
amesaces 16 14 AMESACE, a double ac...
amethyst 23 15 a purple gemstone, b...
amiantus 14 13 the finest fibrous a...
amicable 20 18 friendly [adj AMICAB...
amicably 27 20 AMICABLE, friendly [...
amidases 14 12 AMIDASE, an enzyme t...
amidines 14 13 AMIDINE, the soluble...
amidmost 16 15 in the very middle [...
amidogen 14 15 a derivative of ammo...
amidones 13 13 AMIDONE, a synthetic...
amidship 20 17 toward the middle of...
amildars 16 13 AMILDAR, (Urdu) a fa...
amirates 14 11 AMIRATE, the rank of...
amissing 16 14 (Scots) wanting, los...
amitoses 14 11 AMITOSIS, direct cel...
amitosis 15 11 direct cell division...
amitotic 18 14 relating to amitosis...
amitrole 15 12 a kind of herbicide...
ammeters 15 14 AMMETER, an instrume...
ammirals 17 15 AMMIRAL, (Milton) a...
ammocete 17 17 the larva of a lampr...
ammolite 16 15 the fossilised shell...
ammonals 15 16 AMMONAL, a powerful...
ammonate 13 15 a type of ammonia co...
ammoniac 17 18 a gum resin [n -S]
ammonias 14 15 AMMONIA, a pungent c...
ammonify 23 20 to treat with ammoni...
ammonite 14 15 the coiled shell of...
ammonium 16 19 the ion NH4+, which...
ammonoid 14 16 the coiled shell of...
amnesiac 16 15 one who suffers from...
amnesias 13 12 AMNESIA, loss of mem...
amnesics 17 15 AMNESIC, one who suf...
amnestic 17 15 causing loss of memo...
amnionic 16 16 pertaining to the am...
amniotes 13 12 AMNIOTE, a vertebrat...
amniotic 17 15 relating to an amnio...
amoebean 13 15 alternately answerin...
amoeboid 15 15 resembling an ameba,...
amokuras 15 16 AMOKURA, a white pel...
amooving 16 18 AMOOVE, (Spenser) to...
amorally 22 15 AMORAL, lacking a se...
amorance 15 15 the state of being i...
amoretti 14 11 AMORETTO, (Italian)...
amoretto 13 11 (Italian) a cherub o...
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...
amortise 14 11 to liquidate gradual...
amortize 17 20 to liquidate gradual...
amosites 14 11 AMOSITE, a brown for...
amotions 13 12 AMOTION, the removal...
amounted 13 14 AMOUNT, to come to i...
amperage 16 16 the strength of an e...
amphibia 21 19 organisms adapted fo...
amphioxi 25 23 AMPHIOXUS, (Greek) a...
amphipod 21 20 a crustacean of the...
amphorae 17 16 AMPHORA, a two-handl...
amphoral 19 17 relating to an ampho...
amphoras 18 16 AMPHORA, a two-handl...
amphoric 22 19 pertaining to the so...
amplexus 24 23 the mating embrace o...
ampoules 17 16 AMPOULE, a small sea...
ampullae 18 17 AMPULLA, a small two...
ampullar 19 17 resembling an ampull...
amputate 16 15 to cut off [v AMPUTA...
amputees 16 15 AMPUTEE, one who has...
amreetas 13 11 AMREETA, (Sanskrit)...
amtracks 19 18 AMTRACK, a military...
amuletic 19 16 of amulets [adj]
amusable 17 16 able to be amused [a...
amusedly 22 16 AMUSED [adv]
amusette 14 12 (French) a light fie...
amygdala 22 17 any almond-shaped fo...
amygdale 22 17 a small gas bubble i...
amygdals 23 17 AMYGDAL, (obsolete)...
amygdule 23 18 a small gas bubble i...
amylases 21 14 AMYLASE, any of the...
amylenes 20 15 AMYLENE, an unsatura...
amylogen 21 17 the relatively solub...
amyloids 22 15 AMYLOID, a substance...
amyloses 21 14 AMYLOSE, the relativ...
anabaena 11 13 a kind of freshwater...
anabases 13 12 ANABASIS, an expedit...
anabasis 14 12 an expedition or an...
anabatic 17 15 upward-moving [adj]
anableps 17 16 any of a genus of bo...
anabolic 18 16 pertaining to a proc...
anaconda 13 14 a large S American s...
anaemias 12 12 ANAEMIA, a disorder...
anaerobe 12 12 an organism that liv...
anaglyph 25 19 a type of carved orn...
anagoges 13 13 ANAGOGE, a mystical...
anagogic 17 16 relating to mystical...
anagrams 14 14 ANAGRAM, to transpos...
analcime 17 16 a white or flesh-red...
analcite 16 13 a white or flesh-red...
analecta 15 13 collected literary f...
analects 16 13 collected literary f...
analemma 14 16 the figure-8 on a ma...
analgias 14 12 ANALGIA, inability t...
analogic 17 15 of or belonging to a...
analogon 12 13 (Greek) that which i...
analogue 13 13 something that bears...
analysed 19 13 ANALYSE, to separate...
analyser 19 12 one who analyses [n...
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...
analytic 23 15 pertaining to analys...
analyzed 22 22 ANALYZE, to subject...
analyzer 22 21 a person who analyse...
analyzes 22 21 ANALYZE, to subject...
ananases 10 10 ANANAS, a pineapple,...
anapaest 13 12 a type of metrical f...
anapests 14 12 ANAPEST, a type of m...
anaphase 15 14 the stage of meiosis...
anaphora 15 14 the repetition of a...
anaphors 16 14 ANAPHOR, the repetit...
anarchal 18 15 relating to anarchy,...
anarchic 21 17 relating to anarchy,...
anasarca 14 12 dropsy of the subcut...
anatases 11 9 ANATASE, a mineral,...
anatexes 17 16 ANATEXIS, the partia...
anatexis 18 16 the partial melting...
anathema 14 14 the formal act or fo...
anatmans 12 13 ANATMAN, (Sanskrit)...
anatomic 16 15 relating to anatomy,...
anatoxin 17 17 a potent alkaloid to...
anatropy 20 14 the state of being a...
anburies 15 13 ANBURY, a soft flesh...
ancestor 15 12 someone from whom a...
ancestry 22 14 a line of ancestors...
anchored 17 15 ANCHOR, to secure by...
anchoret 17 14 one who lives in sec...
anchusas 18 15 ANCHUSA, a hairy-ste...
anchusin 18 16 a red dye obtained f...
ancients 15 13 ANCIENT, an old pers...
ancillae 17 14 ANCILLA, (Latin) a h...
ancillas 18 14 ANCILLA, (Latin) a h...
anconeal 14 14 pertaining to the el...
anconoid 14 14 pertaining to the el...
andantes 11 11 ANDANTE, a moderatel...
andesine 11 11 a kind of triclinic...
andesite 12 10 a volcanic rock foun...
andesyte 18 12 a volcanic rock, als...
andirons 12 11 ANDIRON, a metal sup...
androgen 12 13 a male sex hormone [...
androids 13 11 ANDROID, an automato...
andviles 16 15 ANDVILE, (Spenser) a...
anearing 12 12 ANEAR, (archaic) to...
anecdota 14 13 ANECDOTE, a brief st...
anecdote 14 13 a brief story [n ANE...
anechoic 20 17 free from echoes and...
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...
anestrum 14 13 period of sexual ina...
anestrus 13 10 a period of sexual d...
anethole 14 12 an aromatic ether wh...
anethols 15 12 ANETHOL, an aromatic...
aneurins 12 11 ANEURIN, vitamin B1,...
aneurism 14 13 dilatation of an art...
aneurysm 20 15 dilatation of an art...
angakoks 15 19 ANGAKOK, (Inuit) an...
angarias 13 11 ANGARIA, the legal r...
angaries 13 11 ANGARY, the legal ri...
angekkok 16 23 (Inuit) an Inuit sor...
angekoks 15 19 ANGEKOK, (Inuit) an...
angelica 17 15 an aromatic herb wit...
angeling 15 15 ANGEL, to support fi...
angering 14 14 ANGER, to make angry...
anginose 12 12 relating to angina [...
anginous 13 13 relating to angina [...
angiomas 14 14 ANGIOMA, a benign tu...
angklung 17 20 (Javanese) a musical...
angledug 16 16 (English dialect) an...
anglepod 16 16 any of a genus of pl...
anglings 16 15 ANGLING, the sport o...
anglists 16 12 ANGLIST, an expert o...
angriest 14 11 ANGRY, having anger...
angstier 14 11 ANGSTY, feeling anxi...
angstrom 15 14 a unit of length, on...
anguiped 16 16 (Latin) a mythical g...
angulate 14 13 to form with angles...
angulose 14 13 having an angle [adj...
angulous 15 14 having an angle [adj...
anhedral 15 13 the downward inclina...
anhingas 15 14 ANHINGA, an aquatic...
aniconic 18 16 symbolising without...
anilines 13 11 ANILINE, a product o...
animalic 18 16 of or like an animal...
animally 22 16 ANIMAL, of the natur...
animated 13 13 ANIMATE, to give lif...
animater 13 12 one who, or that whi...
animates 13 12 ANIMATE, to give lif...
animatic 17 15 a section of animati...
animator 13 12 one who, or that whi...
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...
aniridia 13 10 a congenital conditi...
aniridic 17 13 suffering from ANIRI...
aniseeds 12 10 ANISEED, the dried f...
anisette 12 9 (French) a cordial o...
anisoles 13 10 ANISOLE, a colourles...
ankerite 13 13 a mineral closely re...
anklongs 15 17 ANKLONG, (Javanese)...
anklungs 16 18 ANKLUNG, (Javanese)...
ankushes 16 16 ANKUSH, an elephant...
ankylose 20 16 to fuse as the bones...
annalise 12 11 to record, also ANNA...
annalist 13 11 a historian, esp. a...
annalize 15 20 to record, also ANNA...
annattas 11 10 ANNATTA, a yellowish...
annattos 11 10 ANNATTO, a yellowish...
annealed 11 12 ANNEAL, to make (as...
annealer 11 11 one who anneals [n -...
annelids 13 12 ANNELID, any of a ph...
annexing 18 20 ANNEX, to join or at...
annexion 16 18 (archaic) the act of...
annexure 17 18 something added, esp...
annicuts 16 14 ANNICUT, (Tamil) a d...
annotate 10 10 to append notes [v A...
announce 13 15 to make known public...
annoyers 17 12 ANNOYER, one who ann...
annoying 18 15 ANNOY, to be trouble...
annually 20 15 ANNUAL, happening ev...
annulars 13 12 ANNULAR, the ring fi...
annulate 12 12 (obsolete) an anneli...
annulets 13 12 ANNULET, a small rin...
annulled 14 14 ANNUL, to declare vo...
annulose 12 12 pertaining to a ring...
anobiids 15 13 ANOBIID, any of a fa...
anodally 20 14 ANODAL, relating to...
anodised 12 11 ANODISE, to give a p...
anodiser 12 10 something that anodi...
anodises 12 10 ANODISE, to give a p...
anodized 15 20 ANODIZE, to give a p...
anodizer 15 19 something that anodi...
anodizes 15 19 ANODIZE, to give a p...
anodynes 17 13 ANODYNE, a medicine...
anodynic 21 16 relating to an anody...
anoestra 11 9 ANOESTRUM, a period...
anoestri 12 9 ANOESTRUS, a period...
anointed 11 11 ANOINT, to consecrat...
anointer 11 10 one who anoints [n -...
anolytes 19 12 ANOLYTE, the part of...
anonymas 18 15 ANONYMA, (obsolete)...
anoopsia 13 12 a visual defect, an...
anopsias 14 12 ANOPSIA, a visual de...
anoretic 15 12 pertaining to anorex...
anorexia 17 16 lack of appetite [n...
anorexic 21 19 pertaining to anorex...
anorthic 18 14 of crystals, triclin...
anosmias 13 12 ANOSMIA, the loss of...
anourous 12 11 tailless, also ANURO...
anovular 15 15 not involving ovulat...
anoxemia 18 19 a disorder of the bl...
anoxemic 22 22 relating to anoxemia...
anserine 11 10 belonging to the goo...
anserous 12 10 resembling a goose;...
answered 15 13 ANSWER, to say, writ...
answerer 15 12 one that answers [n...
antacids 16 13 ANTACID, a remedy fo...
antalgic 18 15 a medicine which rel...
antbears 14 12 ANTBEAR, the great a...
antbirds 16 13 ANTBIRD, any of a gr...
anteater 11 9 any of several mamma...
antecede 14 13 to go before [v ANTE...
antedate 11 10 to date from before...
antefixa 20 19 (Latin) an ornament...
antelope 14 13 any one of a group o...
antenati 11 10 those born before a...
antennae 9 11 ANTENNA, a feeler in...
antennal 11 12 relating to an anten...
antennas 10 11 ANTENNA, a feeler in...
antepast 14 12 (obsolete) a foretas...
anterior 12 9 in front [adj]
anteroom 12 12 a room before, or fo...
antetype 20 14 something which a ty...
antevert 14 13 to displace a body o...
anthelia 15 12 ANTHELION, a ring se...
anthelix 22 19 the inner curved edg...
anthemed 15 15 ANTHEM, to praise in...
anthemia 15 14 ANTHEMION, (Greek) a...
anthemic 19 17 of rock music, havin...
anthemis 16 14 a genus of aromatic...
antheral 15 12 relating to the poll...
antherid 15 12 the male reproductiv...
antheses 14 11 ANTHESIS, a fully op...
anthesis 15 11 a fully opened flowe...
anthills 18 13 ANTHILL, a mound rai...
anthodia 14 12 ANTHODIUM, the flowe...
antiacne 14 13 acting to clear up a...
antiarin 12 10 a poisonous principl...
antiatom 13 12 an atom comprised of...
antibias 15 12 opposed to bias [adj...
antibody 21 15 a body substance tha...
antiboss 15 12 opposed to bosses [a...
anticise 16 12 to play antics, also...
anticity 23 14 opposed to cities [a...
anticize 19 21 to play antics, also...
anticked 17 17 ANTIC, to act in a c...
antickes 17 16 ANTICKE, an antic, a...
anticold 17 14 effective against th...
anticous 16 13 on the anterior side...
anticult 18 14 opposed to cults [ad...
antidora 12 10 ANTIDORON, (Latin) t...
antidote 12 10 something which coun...
antidrug 15 13 opposed to illicit d...
antidune 12 12 a sandhill that form...
antients 12 10 ANTIENT, an ancient...
antifoam 15 15 reducing or preventi...
antigang 14 14 opposed to gangs [ad...
antigene 12 12 a substance that sti...
antigens 13 12 ANTIGEN, a substance...
antihero 14 11 a principal characte...
antiking 15 16 a usurping king [n -...
antileak 14 14 preventing leaks [ad...
antileft 16 13 opposed to leftism [...
antilife 16 13 opposed to life [adj...
antilock 18 17 designed to stop whe...
antilogs 15 12 ANTILOG, a number co...
antilogy 21 14 a contradiction in t...
antimale 14 13 opposed to men [adj]
antimask 15 16 a secondary mask, or...
antimere 13 12 one of the two halve...
antimine 13 13 designed to countera...
antimony 19 15 a brittle, bluish-wh...
antimuon 13 14 the antiparticle of...
antinode 11 11 a point of maximum d...
antinome 12 13 one that is opposite...
antinomy 19 15 a conflict of author...
antinuke 13 15 opposed to the use o...
antiphon 16 15 alternate chanting o...
antipill 18 14 opposed to the contr...
antipode 14 13 the point on the ear...
antipole 15 13 the opposite pole [n...
antipope 16 15 a pope who opposes t...
antiporn 14 13 opposed to pornograp...
antipyic 25 17 a medicine that prev...
antiqued 21 20 ANTIQUE, to alter th...
antiquer 21 19 one who antiques, ag...
antiques 21 19 ANTIQUE, to alter th...
antiquey 27 21 resembling an antiqu...
antirape 14 12 concerned with rape...
antiriot 13 9 designed to end riot...
antirock 17 16 opposed to rock musi...
antiroll 15 11 designed to reduce r...
antirust 14 10 intended to prevent...
antisera 12 9 ANTISERUM, a serum c...
antiship 18 14 designed for use aga...
antiskid 15 14 designed to prevent...
antislip 17 13 designed to prevent...
antismog 15 14 designed to reduce s...
antismut 15 13 opposed to pornograp...
antisnob 14 13 opposed to snobbery...
antispam 16 15 acting to eliminate...
antistat 13 9 something that oppos...
antitank 13 14 designed to combat t...
antithet 15 11 an instance of antit...
antitype 21 14 something which a ty...
antiwear 15 12 designed to reduce w...
antiweed 15 13 concerned with the d...
antlered 13 11 bearing antlers [adj...
antliate 13 10 pertaining to the an...
antlions 13 11 ANTLION, an insect t...
antonyms 19 15 ANTONYM, a word oppo...
antonymy 25 17 the state of being a...
antpitta 15 12 any of several S Ame...
antrorse 12 9 turned forward or up...
antsiest 13 9 ANTSY, eager, excite...
anureses 12 10 ANURESIS, inability...
anuresis 13 10 inability to urinate...
anuretic 16 13 pertaining to inabil...
anviling 17 17 ANVIL, to shape on a...
anvilled 17 16 ANVIL, to shape on a...
anviltop 18 17 a cloud mass shaped...
anyplace 24 18 any where at all [ad...
anything 22 16 something as opposed...
anywhere 23 16 any place at all [n...
aoristic 17 11 pertaining to the ao...
aortitis 14 8 inflammation of the...
apadanas 13 13 APADANA, the great h...
apagoges 16 15 APAGOGE, proving a p...
apagogic 20 18 proving indirectly,...
apanaged 14 15 having an apanage [a...
apanages 14 14 APANAGE, endowment f...
aparejos 16 20 APAREJO, (Spanish) a...
apatetic 18 14 having the same colo...
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...
aperient 14 12 a laxative [n -S]
aperitif 18 14 an alcoholic pre-din...
aperture 15 12 an opening [n -S]
aphagias 18 15 APHAGIA, the inabili...
aphakias 18 17 APHAKIA, absence of...
aphanite 16 14 any rock of such clo...
aphasiac 20 16 one suffering from a...
aphasias 17 13 APHASIA, the inabili...
aphasics 21 16 APHASIC, one sufferi...
aphelian 17 15 relating to an aphel...
aphelion 17 15 the farthest point o...
aphetise 17 13 to lose the first vo...
aphetize 20 22 to lose the first vo...
aphicide 21 17 a substance that kil...
aphidian 17 15 an aphid, any member...
apholate 17 14 a chemical used to k...
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]
aphorise 17 13 to make a concise st...
aphorism 19 16 a concise statement...
aphorist 18 13 one who makes aphori...
aphorize 20 22 to make a concise st...
aphthous 20 16 pertaining to, or ca...
apiarian 14 12 of or relating to be...
apiaries 15 11 APIARY, a place wher...
apiarist 16 11 a bee keeper [n -S]
apically 27 18 at the tip [adv]
apiculus 21 17 a sharp point at the...
apimania 15 15 an excessive interes...
apiology 23 16 the study of bees [n...
aplanats 15 13 APLANAT, an aplanati...
aplasias 16 12 APLASIA, defective d...
aplastic 20 15 relating to aplasia,...
aplustre 17 13 an ornamental append...
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...
apocarpy 26 19 the state of being a...
apocopes 19 17 APOCOPE, the omissio...
apocopic 23 20 relating to apocope,...
apocrine 17 15 denoting a gland who...
apodoses 14 12 APODOSIS, the main c...
apodosis 15 12 the main clause of a...
apogaeic 18 16 relating to an apoge...
apogamic 20 19 relating to apogamy,...
apograph 20 18 an exact copy [n -S]
apologal 17 15 relating to an apolo...
apologia 16 14 a written defence [n...
apologue 16 15 a story presenting a...
apolunes 15 14 APOLUNE, the point i...
apomicts 20 17 APOMICT, an organism...
apomixes 22 21 APOMIXIS, nonsexual...
apomixis 23 21 nonsexual reproducti...
apophony 24 19 a change in root vow...
apophyge 26 20 the curve where a co...
apoplast 18 15 the non-protoplasmic...
apoplexy 30 24 a sudden loss of sen...
aporetic 18 14 relating to aporia,...
apositia 15 11 an aversion to food...
apositic 19 14 having an aversion t...
apospory 23 16 reproduction without...
apostacy 24 16 abandonment of one's...
apostasy 21 13 abandonment of one's...
apostate 14 11 one who commits apos...
apostils 17 12 APOSTIL, a marginal...
apostles 16 12 APOSTLE, one sent by...
apothece 19 16 the spore-producing...
apothegm 19 18 a pithy saying [n -S...
apothems 18 16 APOTHEM, the perpend...
appaired 17 15 APPAIR, (obsolete) t...
appalled 19 17 APPALL, to horrify,...
appanage 16 17 a provision for main...
apparats 17 14 APPARAT, (Russian) t...
apparels 18 15 APPAREL, to dress [v...
apparent 16 15 seeming [adj APPAREN...
appaying 24 19 APPAY, to satisfy, a...
appealed 17 16 APPEAL, to make an e...
appealer 17 15 one who appeals [n -...
appeared 16 15 APPEAR, to become vi...
appearer 16 14 one who appears [n -...
appeased 16 15 APPEASE, to bring to...
appeaser 16 14 one who appeases [n...
appeases 16 14 APPEASE, to bring to...
appellee 18 16 the defendant in a j...
appellor 19 16 in law, the accuser...
appended 16 17 APPEND, to add on to...
appendix 23 23 something added on [...
apperill 20 16 (Shakespeare) peril,...
apperils 19 15 APPERIL, (Shakespear...
appestat 17 14 a neural centre in t...
appetent 16 15 craving [adj]
appetise 17 14 to whet the appetite...
appetite 17 14 a desire for food or...
appetize 20 23 to whet the appetite...
applauds 19 17 APPLAUD, to express...
applause 18 16 the sound made by pe...
appliers 19 15 APPLIER, one who app...
appliest 19 15 APPLEY, resembling o...
applique 27 25 a work applied to, o...
applying 26 20 APPLY, to bring to b...
appoints 17 15 APPOINT, to assign t...
apposers 17 14 APPOSER, (obsolete)...
apposing 18 17 APPOSE, to place sid...
apposite 17 14 appropriate [adj]
appraise 17 14 to set a value on [v...
apprised 18 15 APPRISE, to inform,...
appriser 18 14 one who informs, als...
apprises 18 14 APPRISE, to inform,...
apprized 21 24 APPRIZE, to inform,...
apprizer 21 23 one who informs, als...
apprizes 21 23 APPRIZE, to inform,...
approach 22 19 to come near to [v -...
approofs 19 17 APPROOF, (archaic) t...
approval 20 19 the act of approving...
approved 19 19 APPROVE, to regard f...
approver 19 18 one that approves [n...
approves 19 18 APPROVE, to regard f...
appulses 19 16 APPULSE, the close a...
appuying 25 20 APPUY, to give milit...
apractic 22 17 unable to perform vo...
apraxias 21 18 APRAXIA, an inabilit...
apricate 18 14 to expose to sunligh...
apricock 23 21 (obsolete) an aprico...
apricots 19 14 APRICOT, a fruit of...
apronful 18 17 an amount carried in...
aproning 15 15 APRON, to cover with...
aptamers 16 14 APTAMER, any of vari...
apterism 17 14 a lack of wings [n -...
apterium 17 15 a bare patch on a bi...
apterous 15 12 wingless, also APTER...
aptitude 16 13 an ability [n -S]
apyrases 21 13 APYRASE, any of seve...
apyretic 25 16 absence of fever [ad...
apyrexia 27 20 a period of intermis...
aquacade 23 22 an exhibition of swi...
aquafarm 24 24 to cultivate food fi...
aquafers 23 21 AQUAFER, an undergro...
aquafits 24 21 AQUAFIT, a type of a...
aqualung 23 23 diving apparatus [n...
aquanaut 20 20 a skin-diver; someon...
aquarial 22 19 of or pertaining to...
aquarian 20 19 a curator of an aqua...
aquarist 22 18 a curator of an aqua...
aquarium 23 22 a water filled museu...
aquashow 26 23 an exhibition of swi...
aquatics 25 21 AQUATIC, an organism...
aquatint 21 19 to etch using a cert...
aquatone 19 19 a type of printing p...
aquavits 24 22 AQUAVIT, (Norwegian)...
aqueduct 25 23 an artificial channe...
aquifers 24 21 AQUIFER, an undergro...
aquiline 22 20 hooked like an eagle...
aquilons 22 20 AQUILON, (Shakespear...
arabesks 16 15 ARABESK, a design of...
arabicas 18 14 ARABICA, (Latin) cof...
arabised 15 12 ARABISE, to adopt Ar...
arabises 15 11 ARABIS, (Latin) any...
arabized 18 21 ARABIZE, to adopt Ar...
arabizes 18 20 ARABIZE, to adopt Ar...
araceous 15 12 pertaining to the ar...
arachnid 18 15 any member of the Ar...
araising 14 11 ARAISE, to raise, al...
araneids 12 10 ARANEID, a spider [n...
araneous 11 10 transparent; delicat...
arapaima 15 14 (Tupi) a large fresh...
araponga 14 14 (Tupi) the campanero...
arapunga 15 15 a bell-bird, also AR...
ararobas 14 11 ARAROBA, a Brazilian...
araysing 20 13 ARAYSE, to raise, al...
arbalest 16 12 a type of crossbow,...
arbalist 17 12 a type of crossbow,...
arbelest 16 12 a type of crossbow,...
arbiters 16 11 ARBITER, a person wi...
arbitral 17 12 in Scots law, of or...
arblasts 17 12 ARBLAST, a type of c...
arboreal 15 12 tree-dwelling [adj A...
arboreta 14 11 ARBORETUM, a collect...
arborets 15 11 ARBORET, (obsolete)...
arborios 15 11 ARBORIO, a round-gra...
arborise 15 11 to form many branche...
arborist 16 11 a tree specialist [n...
arborize 18 20 to form many branche...
arborous 15 12 pertaining to trees...
arboured 15 13 equipped with an arb...
arbuscle 20 16 a dwarf or shrublike...
arbutean 14 13 relating to the arbu...
arcadian 15 13 one who lives in an...
arcadias 16 12 ARCADIA, (Latin) an...
arcading 17 15 shops in an arcade [...
arcanely 22 15 ARCANE, mysterious [...
arcanist 16 12 a person knowing sec...
arcanums 17 16 ARCANUM, (Latin) a s...
arcature 16 12 a small or blind arc...
archaeal 18 14 relating to the arch...
archaean 16 14 any member of the ar...
archaeon 16 14 a single celled orga...
archaeus 18 14 an inner controlling...
archaise 18 13 to use idioms, also...
archaism 20 16 an expression or idi...
archaist 19 13 an antiquary [n -S]
archaize 21 22 to use idioms, also...
archduke 20 19 (historical) a chief...
archfoes 20 16 ARCHFOE, a principal...
archines 18 14 ARCHINE, an old Russ...
archings 20 16 ARCHING, a series of...
archival 22 18 pertaining to archiv...
archived 21 18 ARCHIVE, to file in...
archives 21 17 ARCHIVE, to file in...
archlets 20 14 ARCHLET, a little ar...
archlute 20 15 a large double-necke...
archness 18 14 slyness [n -ES]
archways 28 18 ARCHWAY, a passagewa...
archwise 22 16 in the manner of an...
arciform 20 17 having the form of a...
arckings 19 18 ARCKING, an electric...
arcology 24 16 a system of architec...
arcsines 16 12 ARCSINE, a trigonome...
arctiids 18 12 ARCTIID, a moth of t...
arcuated 16 13 arched like a bow, a...
ardently 20 13 ARDENT, burning with...
ardrighs 18 13 ARDRIGH, (Irish) a t...
areached 17 14 AREACH, (Spenser) to...
areaches 17 13 AREACH, (Spenser) to...
areading 13 12 AREAD, (Spenser) to...
areaways 21 13 AREAWAY, a sunken ar...
arefying 22 16 AREFY, to dry up [v]
arenites 12 9 ARENITE, a rock made...
arenitic 16 12 of or like arenite,...
areolate 12 9 divided into areolae...
areology 20 13 the study of the pla...
arethusa 15 11 a kind of orchid [n...
aretting 14 11 ARET, (Spenser) to e...
argemone 13 14 a plant of the prick...
argental 14 12 of or pertaining to...
argentic 17 14 containing silver in...
argentum 15 15 silver [n -S]
arginase 13 11 a manganese-containi...
arginine 13 12 one of the essential...
argonaut 13 12 a sort of cuttlefish...
argonons 12 12 ARGONON, another nam...
argosies 14 10 ARGOSY, a large merc...
arguable 17 15 capable of being dis...
arguably 24 17 ARGUABLE, capable of...
argufied 17 15 ARGUFY, to argue stu...
argufier 17 14 one who argues stubb...
argufies 17 14 ARGUFY, to argue stu...
argument 15 15 an exchange of diffe...
argutely 22 14 ARGUTE, shrill, keen...
argyrias 21 12 ARGYRIA, skin pigmen...
argyrite 21 12 a silver ore [n -S]
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...
arillary 22 12 having an aril, also...
arillate 15 10 having an aril, also...
arillode 15 11 a caruncle or false...
arilloid 16 11 like an aril, a prot...
aristate 13 8 awned [adj]
armagnac 17 17 a dry French brandy...
armament 14 15 a military force equ...
armature 14 12 to furnish with armo...
armbands 16 16 ARMBAND, a band of c...
armchair 20 16 a chair with armrest...
armerias 14 11 ARMERIA, the generic...
armgaunt 15 15 (Shakespeare) with g...
armguard 16 15 a covering to protec...
armholes 17 14 ARMHOLE, a hole in a...
armigero 15 13 one who carries the...
armigers 16 13 ARMIGER, an armour-b...
armillae 16 13 ARMILLA, a bracelet,...
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...
armonica 16 15 a kind of musical in...
armorers 14 11 ARMORER, (US) one wh...
armorial 15 12 heraldic [adj ARMORI...
armories 14 11 ARMORY, a place wher...
armoring 15 14 ARMOR, (US) to dress...
armorist 15 11 a person skilled in...
armoured 14 13 ARMOUR, to dress wit...
armourer 14 12 one who makes or rep...
armozeen 15 21 a thick plain silk,...
armozine 16 21 a thick plain silk,...
armrests 15 11 ARMREST, a support f...
armyworm 25 19 the larva of a small...
arnattos 12 9 ARNATTO, (Carib) a b...
arnottos 12 9 ARNOTTO, a bright or...
arointed 12 10 AROINT, (archaic) to...
aromatic 17 14 sweet-smelling [adj...
arousals 14 10 AROUSAL, the act of...
arousers 13 9 AROUSER, one who aro...
arousing 14 12 AROUSE, to stimulate...
aroynted 18 12 AROYNT, (archaic) to...
arpeggio 17 15 a technique of playi...
arquebus 24 22 (historical) a porta...
arraigns 14 11 ARRAIGN, to call bef...
arranged 13 12 ARRANGE, to put in o...
arranger 13 11 one that arranges [n...
arranges 13 11 ARRANGE, to put in o...
arrantly 20 12 ARRANT, thoroughgoin...
arrasene 11 9 an embroidery materi...
arraught 17 13 AREACH, (Spenser) to...
arrayals 20 11 ARRAYAL, the act of...
arrayers 19 10 ARRAYER, one who arr...
arraying 20 13 ARRAY, to place in o...
arreedes 12 9 ARREEDE, (Spenser) t...
arrested 13 9 ARREST, to bring to...
arrestee 12 8 one that is arrested...
arrester 13 8 one who makes an arr...
arrestor 13 8 one who makes an arr...
arrhizal 20 20 lacking roots [adj]
arriages 14 10 ARRIAGE, (historical...
arriding 15 12 ARRIDE, (archaic) to...
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...
arriving 17 15 ARRIVE, to reach a d...
arrogant 13 11 overbearing [adj ARR...
arrogate 13 10 to claim unduly as o...
arrowing 17 14 ARROW, to indicate t...
arsehole 15 11 an unpleasant and/or...
arsenals 13 10 ARSENAL, a storehous...
arsenate 11 9 a salt of arsenic ac...
arsenics 16 12 ARSENIC, a metallic...
arsenide 12 10 a compound of arseni...
arsenite 12 9 a salt formed by the...
arsenous 12 10 pertaining to arseni...
arsheens 14 11 ARSHEEN, a Russian u...
arshines 15 11 ARSHINE, a Russian u...
arsonist 13 9 one who maliciously...
arsonite 12 9 one who maliciously...
arsonous 12 10 relating to arson [a...
artefact 18 14 an object made by ma...
arterial 14 9 relating to an arter...
arteries 13 8 ARTERY, a vessel tha...
artesian 12 9 pertaining to a well...
artfully 25 16 ARTFUL, crafty [adv]
arthouse 15 11 a cinema that shows...
articled 18 13 ARTICLE, in law, to...
articles 18 12 ARTICLE, in law, to...
artifact 19 14 an object made by ma...
artifice 19 14 a clever stratagem [...
artiness 13 9 the quality of being...
artisans 13 9 ARTISAN, a skilled w...
artistes 14 8 ARTISTE, (French) a...
artistic 18 11 characteristic of ar...
artistry 21 10 artistic workmanship...
artmaker 15 15 one that produces ar...
artsiest 14 8 ARTSY, arty [adj]
artworks 18 15 ARTWORK, illustrativ...
arugolas 15 12 ARUGOLA, (Italian) a...
arugulas 16 13 ARUGULA, (Italian) a...
arvicole 19 16 a mouse of the genus...
arythmia 23 15 absence or irregular...
arythmic 27 18 relating to arythmia...
asbestic 19 14 of or like asbestos,...
asbestos 15 11 fine fibrous mineral...
asbestus 16 12 a fine fibrous miner...
ascarids 17 12 ASCARID, any nematod...
ascended 15 14 ASCEND, to go or mov...
ascender 15 13 a part or stroke pro...
ascetics 20 14 ASCETIC, one who pra...
ascidian 16 13 a sea-squirt or tuni...
ascidium 19 16 a pitcher-shaped, or...
ascocarp 21 17 a spore-producing or...
asconoid 15 13 like an ascon, a typ...
ascorbic 22 17 antiscorbutic, relie...
ascribed 19 15 ASCRIBE, to attribut...
ascribes 19 14 ASCRIBE, to attribut...
aseismic 18 14 free from earthquake...
aseities 13 8 ASEITY, self-origina...
aseptate 14 11 not partitioned by s...
aseptics 19 14 ASEPTIC, an aseptic...
ashaming 17 16 ASHAME, (archaic) to...
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...
ashlared 16 12 ASHLAR, to build wit...
ashlered 16 12 ASHLER, to build wit...
ashplant 18 15 a walking stick made...
ashramas 16 13 ASHRAMA, (Sanskrit)...
ashtanga 15 13 a form of yoga aimin...
ashtrays 22 12 ASHTRAY, a receptacl...
asinicos 16 12 ASINICO, (Shakespear...
askanced 16 17 ASKANCE, (Shakespear...
askances 16 16 ASKANCE, (Shakespear...
askanted 13 14 ASKANT, (Shakespeare...
aslaking 16 16 ASLAKE, (archaic) to...
asocials 17 12 ASOCIAL, someone who...
asparkle 17 16 in a sparkling state...
aspartic 19 14 as in aspartic acid,...
aspected 18 15 ASPECT, to look at [...
asperate 14 11 to make rough or har...
asperged 16 14 ASPERGE, to sprinkle...
asperger 16 13 a vessel for sprinkl...
asperges 16 13 ASPERGE, to sprinkle...
asperity 22 13 roughness [n ASPERIT...
aspermia 16 14 failure to produce s...
asperous 15 12 rough with short hai...
aspersed 15 12 ASPERSE, to slander,...
asperser 15 11 one who asperses, al...
asperses 15 11 ASPERSE, to slander,...
aspersor 15 11 one who asperses, al...
asphalts 19 14 ASPHALT, to coat wit...
aspheric 21 16 a lens that has a sh...
asphodel 18 15 a plant of the lily...
asphyxia 30 22 stoppage of vital fu...
aspidium 18 16 a type of fern [n AS...
aspirant 15 12 a candidate [n -S]
aspirata 15 11 a breathed sound lik...
aspirate 15 11 to pronounce breathi...
aspirers 16 11 ASPIRER, one who asp...
aspiring 17 14 ASPIRE, to aim for h...
aspirins 16 12 ASPIRIN, a pain reli...
asported 15 12 ASPORT, to carry awa...
assagais 14 10 ASSAGAI, to pierce w...
assailed 14 10 ASSAIL, to attack [v...
assailer 14 9 one who assails [n -...
assarted 13 9 ASSART, (historical)...
assassin 13 9 a murderer [n -S]
assaults 15 10 ASSAULT, to attack [...
assayers 19 10 ASSAYER, one that as...
assaying 20 13 the act of testing [...
assegaai 13 10 to kill or stab with...
assegais 14 10 ASSEGAI, to pierce w...
assemble 17 15 to collect together...
assembly 24 17 the act of assemblin...
assented 12 10 ASSENT, to express a...
assenter 12 9 one who agrees, also...
assentor 12 9 one who agrees, also...
asserted 13 9 ASSERT, to state pos...
asserter 13 8 one who asserts, als...
assertor 13 8 one who asserts, als...
assessed 13 9 ASSESS, to estimate...
assesses 13 8 ASSESS, to estimate...
assessor 13 8 one who assesses [n...
assevers 15 12 ASSEVER, to solemnly...
assholes 16 11 ASSHOLE, an unpleasa...
assieged 14 11 ASSIEGE, (Spenser) t...
assieges 14 10 ASSIEGE, (Spenser) t...
assiento 12 9 (Spanish) a treaty,...
assignat 14 11 (historical) one of...
assigned 14 12 ASSIGN, to set apart...
assignee 13 11 one to whom property...
assigner 14 11 a person who transfe...
assignor 14 11 a person who transfe...
assisted 14 9 ASSIST, to give aid...
assister 14 8 one who assists, als...
assistor 14 8 one who assists, als...
assizers 17 17 ASSIZER, an officer...
assizing 18 20 ASSIZE, (obsolete) t...
assoiled 14 10 ASSOIL, to absolve,...
assonant 11 10 corresponding in vow...
assonate 11 9 to match in a vowel...
assorted 13 9 ASSORT, to distribut...
assorter 13 8 one who assorts [n -...
assotted 13 9 ASSOT, to make a foo...
assuaged 14 12 ASSUAGE, to make les...
assuager 14 11 one who assuages [n...
assuages 14 11 ASSUAGE, to make les...
assumers 15 12 ASSUMER, one who ass...
assuming 16 15 the act of making an...
assureds 14 10 ASSURED, an insured...
assurers 14 9 ASSURER, one who ass...
assuring 15 12 ASSURE, to insure; t...
assurors 14 9 ASSUROR, one who ass...
asswaged 17 14 ASSWAGE, (obsolete)...
asswages 17 13 ASSWAGE, (obsolete)...
asswipes 19 14 ASSWIPE, (US offensi...
astangas 13 11 ASTANGA, (Sanskrit)...
astarted 13 9 ASTART, (Spenser) to...
astasias 13 8 ASTASIA, the inabili...
astatide 13 9 a compound of astati...
astatine 12 9 a radioactive elemen...
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,...
asterisk 15 12 a star-shaped mark [...
asterism 15 11 a constellation of s...
asternal 13 10 not sternal, said of...
asteroid 13 9 a rocky object, a ty...
asterted 13 9 ASTERT, (obsolete) t...
asthanga 15 13 (Sanskrit) a form of...
asthenia 14 11 a lack of strength,...
asthenic 18 14 a slender, lightly m...
asthores 15 10 ASTHORE, (Irish) dar...
astigmia 16 13 a defect in the eye...
astilbes 17 12 ASTILBE, a plant of...
astomous 14 12 having no mouthlike...
astonied 12 10 ASTONY, to amaze or...
astonies 12 9 ASTONY, to amaze or...
astoning 13 12 ASTONE, to amaze or...
astonish 15 11 to amaze or shock, a...
astounds 13 11 ASTOUND, to amaze [v...
astragal 15 11 a rounded beading or...
astrally 22 12 ASTRAL, related to s...
astricts 18 11 ASTRICT, (archaic) t...
astringe 14 11 to draw together [v...
astroids 14 9 ASTROID, a four cusp...
astucity 24 14 astuteness [n ASTUCI...
astunned 12 12 ASTUN, (obsolete) to...
astutely 21 12 ASTUTE, shrewd and p...
astutest 14 9 ASTUTE, shrewd and p...
asyndeta 18 12 ASYNDETON, the omiss...
asynergy 26 15 lack of muscle co-or...
asystole 20 11 a heart malfunction...
atabrine 14 12 (tradename) a bitter...
atabrins 15 12 ATABRIN, (tradename)...
ataghans 15 13 ATAGHAN, a Muslim lo...
atalayas 19 11 ATALAYA, a watchtowe...
atamasco 16 14 a plant of the south...
ataraxia 18 15 peace of mind, also...
ataraxic 22 18 a tranquillizing dru...
atavisms 17 15 ATAVISM, the reappea...
atavists 16 12 ATAVIST, a person wi...
atchieve 20 17 (obsolete) to achiev...
atebrins 15 12 ATEBRIN, (tradename)...
atechnic 21 17 a person without tec...
ateliers 14 9 ATELIER, an artist's...
atemoyas 19 13 ATEMOYA, a tropical...
atenolol 13 11 a drug used to treat...
athanasy 20 13 immortality [n ATHAN...
athanors 14 11 ATHANOR, an alchemis...
atheised 15 11 ATHEISE, to talk as...
atheises 15 10 ATHEISE, to talk as...
atheisms 17 13 ATHEISM, a belief th...
atheists 16 10 ATHEIST, one who bel...
atheized 18 20 ATHEIZE, to talk as...
atheizes 18 19 ATHEIZE, to talk as...
atheling 17 14 (historical) an Angl...
atheneum 15 15 a literary or scient...
atherine 14 11 a fish resembling th...
atheroma 15 13 a fatty deposit in t...
athetise 15 10 to reject, also ATHE...
athetize 18 19 to reject, also ATHE...
athetoid 15 11 showing symptoms of...
athletas 16 11 ATHLETA, (obsolete)...
athletes 16 11 ATHLETE, a competito...
athletic 20 14 relating to vigorous...
athodyds 22 14 ATHODYD, a type of j...
atishoos 15 10 ATISHOO [n]
atlantes 13 10 ATLAS, a book of map...
atmology 22 16 the science of water...
atmolyse 21 14 to separate gases by...
atmolyze 24 23 to separate gases by...
atomical 18 15 relating to an atom...
atomised 14 12 ATOMISE, to reduce t...
atomiser 14 11 an device which spra...
atomises 14 11 ATOMISE, to reduce t...
atomisms 16 14 ATOMISM, the theory...
atomists 15 11 ATOMIST, an adherent...
atomized 17 21 ATOMIZE, to reduce t...
atomizer 17 20 an device which spra...
atomizes 17 20 ATOMIZE, to reduce t...
atonable 14 13 able to be atoned fo...
atonally 20 13 not having a tonal m...
atrament 13 12 (archaic) blacking;...
atrazine 15 18 a kind of weedkiller...
atremble 17 15 (archaic) in a tremb...
atresias 13 8 ATRESIA, absence or...
atrocity 23 13 a heinous act [n ATR...
atrophia 17 13 a wasting away of bo...
atrophic 21 16 relating to atrophia...
atropias 15 11 ATROPIA, a medicine...
atropine 14 12 a medicine derived f...
atropins 15 12 ATROPIN, a medicine...
atropism 17 14 atropine poisoning [...
atropous 15 12 having a straight ov...
attaboys 21 13 ATTABOY, an interjec...
attached 18 14 ATTACH, to connect a...
attacher 18 13 one who attaches [n...
attaches 18 13 ATTACH, to connect a...
attacked 17 16 ATTACK, to set upon...
attacker 17 15 one that attacks [n...
attagirl 16 11 an interjection expr...
attained 12 10 ATTAIN, to gain or a...
attainer 12 9 one who attains [n -...
attaints 13 9 ATTAINT, to pass sen...
attasked 14 13 ATTASK, to take to t...
attemper 16 14 (archaic) to alter q...
attempts 17 14 ATTEMPT, to endeavou...
attended 12 11 ATTEND, to be presen...
attendee 11 10 one who attends a fu...
attender 12 10 one who is attentive...
attentat 12 9 (French) an (esp. un...
attercop 18 14 (Old English) a spid...
attested 13 9 ATTEST, to affirm to...
attester 13 8 one who attests, als...
attestor 13 8 one who attests, als...
atticise 17 11 to use atticisms, al...
atticism 19 14 a succinct and elega...
atticist 18 11 one who uses atticis...
atticize 20 20 to use atticisms, al...
attiring 15 11 the act of dressing...
attitude 14 10 a posture or positio...
attoning 13 12 ATTONE, to atone [v]
attorned 12 10 ATTORN, to accept te...
attorney 18 11 a person formally ap...
attracts 17 11 ATTRACT, to cause to...
attrists 15 8 ATTRIST, (obsolete)...
attrited 14 9 ATTRITE, to wear dow...
attrites 14 8 ATTRITE, to wear dow...
attuited 14 10 ATTUITE, to sense bu...
attuites 14 9 ATTUITE, to sense bu...
attuning 14 13 ATTUNE, to put in tu...
atwitter 17 11 twittering [adj]
atypical 26 17 not typical, also AT...
auberges 16 14 AUBERGE, an inn, als...
aubretia 15 12 any of several dwarf...
aubrieta 15 12 any of several dwarf...
aucepses 18 15 AUCEPS, (Latin) a ha...
auctions 16 13 AUCTION, to sell pub...
audacity 23 15 boldness [n AUDACITI...
audibled 17 15 AUDIBLE, to call an...
audibles 17 14 AUDIBLE, to call an...
audience 15 14 a group of listeners...
audients 13 11 AUDIENT, a hearer [n...
auditees 13 10 AUDITEE, one that is...
auditing 15 13 the act of performin...
audition 13 11 to give a trial perf...
auditive 16 14 a group of listeners...
auditors 14 10 AUDITOR, one that au...
auditory 20 12 a group of listeners...
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...
auguring 16 15 AUGUR, to foretell f...
auguster 15 12 AUGUST, stately, ven...
augustes 15 12 AUGUSTE, (French) a...
augustly 23 15 AUGUST, stately, ven...
aularian 13 11 a member of a hall a...
aulnager 14 13 cloth inspector, als...
aulnages 14 13 AULNAGE, cloth inspe...
aumailed 15 14 AUMAIL, (archaic) to...
aumbries 17 15 AUMBRY, a cupboard f...
aunthood 14 13 the state of being a...
auntlier 14 11 AUNTLY, like an aunt...
auntlike 15 15 like an aunt [adj]
aurality 21 12 the quality of being...
aurelian 13 11 one who studies moth...
aurelias 14 10 AURELIA, a genus of...
aureolae 12 10 AUREOLA, a halo [n]
aureolas 13 10 AUREOLA, a halo [n]
aureoled 13 11 AUREOLE, to surround...
aureoles 13 10 AUREOLE, to surround...
auricled 18 14 having ear-shaped ap...
auricles 18 13 AURICLE, the outer p...
auricula 18 14 a species of Primula...
aurified 16 13 AURIFY, to turn into...
aurifies 16 12 AURIFY, to turn into...
auriform 17 15 ear shaped [adj]
aurorean 11 10 relating to the dawn...
ausforms 17 15 AUSFORM, (German) to...
auspices 19 15 AUSPICE, a good omen...
austerer 13 9 AUSTERE, severe [adj...
australs 15 10 AUSTRAL, a unit of c...
autacoid 16 13 a hormone secreted i...
autarchs 19 14 AUTARCH, an absolute...
autarchy 25 16 absolute sovereignty...
autarkic 18 16 relating to autarky...
autecism 18 15 the development of t...
authored 15 12 AUTHOR, to bring int...
autistic 18 12 relating to autism [...
autobahn 16 15 (German) a motorway...
autobank 15 17 a machine offering c...
autobody 21 15 the shell of a motor...
autocade 15 13 a procession of moto...
autocarp 18 15 a fruit produced by...
autocars 16 12 AUTOCAR, a motor car...
autocoid 16 13 a hormone secreted i...
autocrat 16 12 an absolute ruler [n...
autocues 16 13 AUTOCUE, (tradename)...
autodial 14 11 to dial a telephone...
autodyne 18 13 a type of electrical...
autogamy 21 16 self-fertilization [...
autogeny 19 14 spontaneous generati...
autogiro 14 11 a rotating wing airc...
autogyro 20 13 a rotating wing airc...
autoharp 17 14 (tradename) a zither...
autoload 13 11 to load automaticall...
autology 21 14 scientific study of...
autolyse 20 12 to break down tissue...
autolyze 23 21 to break down tissue...
automata 13 12 AUTOMATON, (Greek) a...
automate 13 12 to convert to automa...
automats 14 12 AUTOMAT, a restauran...
autonomy 19 15 self-government [n A...
autonyms 20 15 AUTONYM, an author's...
autopens 14 13 AUTOPEN, a mechanica...
autopsia 15 12 a postmortem examina...
autopsic 19 15 pertaining to an aut...
autoptic 19 15 based on personal ob...
autoputs 16 13 AUTOPUT, a motorway...
autosave 14 13 to save by a facilit...
autosome 13 12 a chromosome other t...
autotest 13 9 a competition in whi...
autotomy 20 14 the reflex loss of p...
autotune 12 11 a software package t...
autotype 21 14 to reproduce by a ph...
autotypy 28 16 a photographic print...
autovacs 18 16 AUTOVAC, a vacuum me...
autumnal 15 15 pertaining to autumn...
autunite 13 11 a fluorescent minor...
auxetics 23 19 AUXETIC, something t...
auxiliar 21 17 (archaic) an auxilia...
auxocyte 28 21 a cell undergoing me...
avadavat 16 17 (Hindi) the strawber...
availful 20 18 (obsolete) of avail,...
availing 17 16 AVAIL, to be of use...
avantist 15 13 an avant-garde artis...
avarices 18 15 AVARICE, greed [n]
avaunted 14 15 AVAUNT, (archaic) to...
avellane 15 15 of a cross, having f...
avengers 15 15 AVENGER, one that av...
avenging 16 18 AVENGE, to take retr...
aventail 15 14 (historical) the mov...
aventred 14 14 AVENTRE, (Spenser) t...
aventres 14 13 AVENTRE, (Spenser) t...
aventure 14 14 (obsolete) an advent...
averaged 15 15 AVERAGE, to calculat...
averager 15 14 in maritime law, a p...
averages 15 14 AVERAGE, to calculat...
averment 15 16 a positive assertion...
averring 16 15 AVER, to declare pos...
aversely 22 15 AVERSE, opposed, rel...
aversion 14 13 a feeling of repugna...
aversive 17 16 relating to aversion...
averters 15 12 AVERTER, one who ave...
averting 16 15 AVERT, to ward off [...
avgasses 16 14 AVGAS, any kind of a...
avianise 14 13 to modify by repeate...
avianize 17 22 to modify by repeate...
aviaries 15 12 AVIARY, a large bird...
aviarist 16 12 a keeper of an aviar...
aviating 16 15 AVIATE, to fly an ai...
aviation 14 13 the aircraft industr...
aviators 15 12 AVIATOR, a pilot who...
aviatrix 22 19 a female aviator [n...
avicular 20 17 pertaining to birds...
avidness 15 14 avidity [n -ES]
aviettes 15 12 AVIETTE, (historical...
avifauna 16 17 the bird life of a p...
avigator 16 14 one who navigates ai...
avionics 18 16 the science of aviat...
avocados 17 16 AVOCADO, a rough-ski...
avodires 15 13 AVODIRE, a yellow ha...
avoidant 14 14 of behaviour, demons...
avoiders 15 13 AVOIDER, one who avo...
avoiding 16 16 AVOID, to evade [v]
avoision 14 13 a portmanteau coinag...
avouched 20 19 AVOUCH, (archaic) to...
avoucher 20 18 one who avouches [n...
avouches 20 18 AVOUCH, (archaic) to...
avoutrer 15 13 an adulterer [n -S]
avowable 20 19 able to be declared...
avowably 27 21 AVOWABLE, able to be...
avowedly 25 19 certainly [adv]
avowries 18 15 AVOWRY, the act of a...
avulsing 18 17 AVULSE, to tear away...
avulsion 16 15 the act of pulling a...
awaiters 16 11 AWAITER, one who awa...
awaiting 17 14 AWAIT, to wait for [...
awakened 15 17 AWAKEN, to rouse fro...
awakener 15 16 one that awakens [n...
awakings 18 18 AWAKING, the act of...
awanting 16 15 (Scots) missing; wan...
awardees 15 12 AWARDEE, a recipient...
awarders 16 12 AWARDER, one who awa...
awarding 17 15 AWARD, to grant as m...
awarning 16 15 AWARN, (Spenser) to...
awaydays 28 16 AWAYDAY, a one day e...
awayness 21 14 the state of being d...
awearied 15 12 (archaic) wearied [a...
aweather 17 13 on the weather side;...
awfuller 21 17 AWFUL, horrible [adj...
awhaping 21 19 AWHAPE, (Spenser) to...
awlbirds 21 16 AWLBIRD, (dialect) t...
awlworts 21 15 AWLWORT, an aquatic...
awninged 16 16 having an awning [ad...
axebirds 22 19 AXEBIRD, a kind of n...
axiality 27 18 the state of being a...
axilemma 22 22 the membrane that en...
axillars 22 17 AXILLAR, a feather o...
axillary 28 19 a feather on the und...
axinites 19 16 AXINITE, a silicate...
axiology 27 20