7 letter words that start with C

7 letter words that start with C

7 letter C word

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cabalas 17 14 CABALA, a Jewish doc...
cabanas 15 14 CABANA, (Spanish) a...
cabaret 16 13 a music hall [n -S]
cabbage 19 18 to steal or purloin,...
cabbagy 26 20 like a cabbage, also...
cabbala 19 17 a Jewish doctrine ba...
cabbies 19 16 CABBY, (colloquial)...
cabbing 20 19 CAB, to travel by ta...
cabezon 18 23 (Spanish) a Californ...
cabildo 18 15 (Spanish) a town cou...
cabined 16 15 CABIN, to live in a...
cabinet 16 14 a piece of furniture...
cablers 18 14 CABLER, one that sup...
cablets 18 14 CABLET, a little cab...
cabling 19 17 a bead or moulding l...
cabomba 19 19 a small genus of aqu...
caboose 15 13 the last car of a fr...
cabover 18 17 a truck or lorry wit...
cabries 17 13 CABRIE, a pronghorn...
cabrios 17 13 CABRIO, a kind of tw...
cabrits 18 13 CABRIT, a pronghorn...
cachaca 22 18 a white Brazilian ru...
cachets 20 15 CACHET, to print a d...
cachexy 32 24 general ill health,...
caching 21 18 CACHE, to store in a...
cachous 20 16 CACHOU, a resin used...
cacique 26 23 a West Indian or Ame...
cackier 19 17 CACKY, of or like ex...
cacking 20 20 CACK, to defecate [v...
cackled 20 19 CACKLE, to make the...
cackler 20 18 one who cackles [n -...
cackles 20 18 CACKLE, to make the...
cacodyl 25 17 a colourless, poison...
cacoepy 25 18 a wrong pronunciatio...
cacolet 18 14 (French) a military...
caconym 24 19 an erroneous name [n...
cacoons 16 14 CACOON, the large se...
cactoid 18 14 cactus-shaped [adj]
cacumen 18 18 (Latin) a top or poi...
cadagas 15 13 CADAGA, an Australia...
cadagis 16 13 CADAGI, an Australia...
cadaver 16 15 a corpse [n -S]
caddice 18 15 a coarse woollen fab...
caddied 15 13 CADDY, to serve as a...
caddies 15 12 CADDY, to serve as a...
caddish 18 14 like a cad; lowbred...
caddyss 22 14 (Shakespeare) a wors...
cadeaux 20 19 CADEAU, (French) a p...
cadelle 16 13 a small black beetle...
cadence 16 15 to make rhythmic [v...
cadency 23 17 the status of a youn...
cadenza 16 21 (Italian) an elabora...
cadgers 16 13 CADGER, a scrounger;...
cadgier 16 13 CADGY, cheerful, als...
cadging 17 16 CADGE, to get by beg...
cadmium 18 18 a metallic element [...
cadrans 14 12 an instrument used i...
caduacs 18 15 CADUAC, (obsolete) a...
caducei 18 15 CADUCEUS, (Latin) a...
caeomas 14 13 CAEOMA, a spore-form...
caerule 15 12 (Spenser) sky-blue,...
caesars 14 10 CAESAR, a Caesarean...
caesium 16 14 a metallic element [...
caestus 15 11 a hand covering for...
caesura 14 11 a pause in a line of...
cafards 17 14 CAFARD, (French) sev...
caffein 18 17 a bitter alkaloid us...
caffila 20 17 (Arabic) a caravan,...
cafilas 18 14 CAFILA, (Arabic) a c...
caftans 16 14 CAFTAN, a full-lengt...
caganer 14 13 a traditional charac...
cageful 19 17 as much as a cage ca...
cagiest 16 12 CAGY, shrewd, also C...
cagmags 18 17 CAGMAG, to chat idly...
cagoule 16 14 a light anorak, also...
cagouls 17 14 CAGOUL, a light anor...
cahiers 17 12 CAHIER, (French) a n...
cahoots 16 12 CAHOOT, partnership;...
cahouns 16 14 CAHOUN, (Spanish) a...
cailles 17 12 CAILLE, (French) in...
caimacs 19 16 CAIMAC, (Turkish) a...
caimans 15 14 CAIMAN, the South Am...
caiques 23 20 CAIQUE, (French) a l...
cairned 14 12 piled into a cairn [...
caisson 14 11 a watertight chamber...
caitiff 20 16 a despicable person,...
caitive 17 14 (Spenser) a captive,...
cajaput 19 23 a volatile oil, dist...
cajeput 19 23 a volatile oil, dist...
cajoled 17 21 CAJOLE, to persuade...
cajoler 17 20 one who cajoles [n -...
cajoles 17 20 CAJOLE, to persuade...
cajones 15 20 CAJON, (Spanish) a s...
cajuput 20 24 a volatile oil, dist...
cakeage 15 16 a charge levied in a...
cakebox 23 24 a container for a ca...
cakiest 16 14 CAKY, lumpy, also CA...
cakings 17 17 CAKING, the act of c...
calaloo 15 12 a soup made with gre...
calalus 17 13 CALALU, a soup made...
calamar 16 14 any of various speci...
calamus 17 15 (Latin) a quill or r...
calando 14 13 (Italian) slowing wi...
calathi 18 13 CALATHUS, (Latin) a...
calcars 19 14 CALCAR, (Latin) a sp...
calcify 28 19 to convert into calc...
calcine 18 15 to reduce to a calx...
calcite 19 14 a mineral, limestone...
calcium 21 18 a metallic element [...
calculi 21 16 CALCULUS, a branch o...
caldera 15 12 (Spanish) a large, b...
caldron 15 13 a large kettle or bo...
caleche 20 16 (French) a light low...
calends 15 13 the first day of the...
calesas 15 11 CALESA, (French) a l...
caliber 18 14 the diameter of a gu...
calibre 18 14 the diameter of a gu...
calices 19 14 CALIX, (Latin) a cup...
caliche 21 16 (Spanish) gravel, sa...
calicle 20 15 a cup-shaped anatomi...
calicos 19 14 CALICO, a brightly p...
caligos 17 13 CALIGO, a reduction...
calimas 17 14 CALIMA, (Spanish) a...
calipee 17 14 a part of a turtle w...
caliper 18 14 in papermaking, a me...
caliphs 21 16 CALIPH, (Arabic) an...
caliver 18 15 a type of light musk...
calixes 22 18 CALIX, (Latin) a cup...
calkers 17 15 CALKER, a pointed pi...
calking 18 18 material used to cal...
calkins 17 16 CALKIN, a pointed pi...
callais 17 12 (Greek) a green ston...
callans 16 13 CALLAN, (Scots) a bo...
callant 16 13 (Scots) a boy, a fel...
callboy 25 17 a boy who calls acto...
callees 16 12 CALLEE, a computer f...
callers 17 12 CALLER, one that cal...
callets 17 12 CALLET, (Shakespeare...
calling 18 15 a vocation or profes...
callops 19 15 CALLOP, an Australia...
callose 16 12 a part of a plant ce...
callous 17 13 unfeeling [adj CALLO...
callout 17 13 an inset in a printe...
callows 20 15 CALLOW, an alluvial...
calluna 16 14 any plant of the lin...
calmant 16 15 a drug that calms [n...
calmest 17 14 CALM, free from agit...
calmier 17 14 CALMY, clayey [adj]
calming 18 17 effecting calm [adj...
calomel 17 15 a strong purgative,...
caloric 19 14 related to heat [adj...
calorie 15 11 the amount of heat n...
calotte 15 11 (French) a Roman Cat...
caloyer 21 13 a Greek Orthodox mon...
calpack 22 21 a triangular Turkish...
calpacs 21 17 CALPAC, a triangular...
calpain 17 15 an enzyme for digest...
calqued 24 22 CALQUE, to process t...
calques 24 21 CALQUE, to process t...
calthas 18 13 CALTHA, (Latin) a ge...
caltrap 18 14 a device with four m...
caltrop 18 14 a device with four m...
calumba 19 18 the dried root of a...
calumet 17 15 an ornamented ceremo...
calumny 23 18 to utter false charg...
calvary 24 17 a place or occasion...
calvers 18 15 CALVER, to prepare f...
calving 19 18 CALVE, to give birth...
calyces 25 16 CALYX, the outer pro...
calycle 26 17 a row of small bract...
calypso 24 16 a West Indian ballad...
calyxes 28 20 CALYX, the outer pro...
calzone 17 21 a turnover with a sa...
calzoni 18 21 CALZONE, a turnover...
camaieu 15 14 a cameo [n CAMAIEUX]
camails 17 14 CAMAIL, a neck guard...
camaron 14 14 (Spanish) a kind of...
camases 15 13 CAMAS, (Native Ameri...
cambers 18 16 CAMBER, to arch slig...
cambial 19 17 of or like cambium,...
cambism 20 19 the theory and pract...
cambist 19 16 a dealer in bills of...
cambium 20 20 a layer of plant tis...
camboge 18 18 a yellow gum resin,...
cambrel 19 17 the hock of a horse...
cambric 22 19 a fine linen [n -S]
camcord 19 17 to videotape with a...
camelia 16 14 an evergreen shrub,...
camelid 17 15 an animal of the cam...
camelot 16 14 a strong waterproof...
camelry 23 16 troops mounted on ca...
cameoed 14 14 CAMEO, to portray in...
camerae 14 13 CAMERA, an apparatus...
cameral 16 14 relating to a camera...
cameras 15 13 CAMERA, an apparatus...
cameses 15 13 CAMESE, a loose shir...
camions 15 14 CAMION, (French) a f...
camisas 16 13 CAMISA, (Arabic) a l...
camises 16 13 CAMISE, (Arabic) a l...
camisia 16 13 (Arabic) a loose shi...
camlets 17 14 CAMLET, a strong wat...
cammies 17 16 CAMMIE, a webcam awa...
camming 18 19 CAM, to whiten with...
camogie 16 15 an Irish game, a for...
camoodi 15 14 (Caribbean) an anaco...
camorra 15 13 (Italian) any organi...
camotes 15 13 CAMOTE, a type of sw...
campana 16 17 (Latin) a church bel...
campers 18 16 CAMPER, one who live...
campery 24 18 being camp [n CAMPER...
campest 18 16 CAMP, theatrical [ad...
camphol 21 19 a rare variety of ca...
camphor 20 18 a solid essential oi...
campier 18 16 CAMPY, comically exa...
campily 26 19 CAMPY, comically exa...
camping 19 19 the act of living ou...
campion 17 17 any plant of the gen...
campled 19 18 CAMPLE, to wrangle [...
camples 19 17 CAMPLE, to wrangle [...
campong 18 19 a Malay village, als...
campout 18 17 a camping out by a g...
camuses 16 14 CAMUS, a type of rob...
camwood 18 17 the wood of a West A...
canadas 13 12 CANADA, (Spanish) a...
canakin 14 16 a small can or cup,...
canaled 14 13 CANAL, to dig an art...
canapes 15 14 CANAPE, (French) a s...
canards 14 12 CANARD, (French) a f...
canasta 13 11 (Spanish) a card gam...
canbank 16 19 the equivalent of a...
cancans 16 15 CANCAN, a high-kicki...
cancels 18 15 CANCEL, to cause not...
cancers 17 14 CANCER, a malignant...
canchas 19 16 CANCHA, a court for...
candela 14 13 a unit of luminous i...
candent 13 13 (archaic) glowing, w...
candida 14 13 a parasitic, yeastli...
candids 15 13 CANDID, an unposed p...
candied 14 13 CANDY, to coat with...
candies 14 12 CANDIE, a South Indi...
candiru 15 13 a tiny S American fi...
candled 15 14 CANDLE, to examine e...
candler 15 13 one whose job it is...
candles 15 13 CANDLE, to examine e...
candock 18 19 the yellow water lil...
candors 14 12 CANDOR, frankness, s...
candour 14 13 frankness, sincerity...
canella 15 13 a genus of trees of...
canfuls 18 16 CANFUL, as much as a...
cangled 16 15 CANGLE, (Scots) to w...
cangles 16 14 CANGLE, (Scots) to w...
cangues 15 14 CANGUE, (Portuguese)...
caniest 14 11 CANY, like cane, abo...
canikin 15 16 a small can or cup,...
canines 13 12 CANINE, a dogtooth [...
canings 15 14 CANING, a beating wi...
cankers 15 15 CANKER, to affect wi...
cankery 21 17 like a canker; full...
cankles 16 16 CANKLE, (slang) an o...
cannach 18 17 (Scots) a cotton-gra...
cannels 14 13 CANNEL, a type of du...
canners 13 12 CANNER, one that can...
cannery 19 14 a place where food i...
cannier 13 12 CANNIE, prudent, als...
cannily 21 15 CANNY, prudent, also...
canning 14 15 the business of pres...
cannoli 14 13 a tube of pasta fill...
cannons 12 13 CANNON, to collide w...
cannula 14 14 a tube inserted into...
canoers 13 11 CANOER, one who trav...
canolas 14 12 CANOLA, edible oil f...
canonic 16 15 included in the scri...
canonry 19 14 the benefice, office...
canopic 19 17 relating to an Egypt...
cansful 18 16 CANFUL, as much as a...
cantala 14 12 a coarse fibre used...
cantals 15 12 CANTAL, a hard chees...
cantars 14 11 CANTAR, a Turkish un...
cantata 13 11 a kind of vocal comp...
cantate 13 11 the 98th psalm [n -S...
cantdog 15 14 a metal hook on a lo...
canteen 12 12 a container used for...
canters 14 11 CANTER, to ride a ho...
cantest 14 11 CANT, affectedly mor...
canthal 17 14 relating to the cant...
canthic 20 16 relating to the cant...
canthus 17 14 a corner of the eye...
cantico 17 14 to dance as an act o...
cantier 14 11 CANTY, (Scots) conte...
cantily 22 14 CANTY, (Scots) conte...
cantina 13 12 (Spanish) a bar or s...
canting 15 14 whining, pretending...
cantion 13 12 (Spenser) a song [n...
cantled 15 13 CANTLE, to break a p...
cantles 15 12 CANTLE, to break a p...
cantlet 15 12 a fragment [n -S]
cantons 13 12 CANTON, to divide in...
cantors 14 11 CANTOR, a singer; es...
cantrap 16 14 a magic spell, also...
cantred 14 12 (Welsh) a district c...
cantref 16 14 (Welsh) a district c...
cantrip 17 14 (Scots) a charm; an...
canulae 14 13 CANULA, a tube inser...
canular 15 13 relating to a canula...
canulas 15 13 CANULA, a tube inser...
canvass 16 15 to examine thoroughl...
canyons 19 14 CANYON, a deep gorge...
canzona 15 21 (Italian) a song res...
canzone 15 21 (Italian) a song res...
canzoni 16 21 CANZONE, (Italian) a...
capable 19 17 competent [adj CAPAB...
capably 26 19 CAPABLE, competent [...
capeesh 18 15 used to ask if one u...
capelan 16 15 a small marine fish...
capelet 17 14 a small cape [n -S]
capelin 17 15 a small marine fish...
capered 16 14 CAPER, to leap or sk...
caperer 16 13 one who capers [n -S...
capexes 22 20 CAPEX, (short for) c...
capfuls 21 18 CAPFUL, as much as a...
capisce 20 16 used to ask if one u...
capital 18 14 excellent [adj CAPIT...
capitan 16 14 (historical) the chi...
capitol 18 14 a building occupied...
capizes 20 22 CAPIZ, the transluce...
capless 18 14 without a cap [adj]
caplets 18 14 CAPLET, (tradename)...
caplins 18 15 CAPLIN, a small mari...
caporal 17 14 a coarse, strong, da...
capotes 16 13 CAPOTE, (French) a l...
capouch 22 19 a cloak hood, also C...
cappers 19 16 CAPPER, one whose bu...
capping 20 19 a wax covering in a...
caprate 16 13 a salt of capric aci...
caprese 16 13 (Italian) a salad co...
caprice 20 16 a whim, an unpredict...
caprids 18 14 CAPRID, a member of...
caprify 26 18 to cultivate the goa...
caprine 16 14 pertaining to a goat...
caprock 21 20 an overlying rock la...
caproic 20 16 applied to a type of...
capsids 18 14 CAPSID, the outer sh...
capsize 20 22 to overturn [v CAPSI...
capstan 16 14 an upright device fo...
capsule 18 15 to condense into a b...
captain 16 14 to lead or command [...
captans 16 14 CAPTAN, a type of ag...
captcha 22 18 a program to generat...
caption 16 14 a heading, legend or...
captive 19 17 to make a prisoner [...
captors 17 13 CAPTOR, one who take...
capture 17 14 to take by force or...
capuche 22 19 a cloak hood, also C...
capuera 16 14 (Portuguese) a marti...
carabao 15 13 a water buffalo [n -...
carabid 17 14 a black carnivorous...
carabin 16 14 a rifle with a relat...
caracal 18 14 the desert lynx of N...
caracks 19 17 CARACK, a type of me...
caracol 18 14 to perform a half tu...
caracts 18 13 CARACT, (Shakespeare...
caracul 19 15 (Russian) a sheep of...
carafes 16 13 CARAFE, (French) a g...
caramba 17 16 used to express dism...
caramel 16 14 a dark brown substan...
caranna 12 12 a resinous substance...
carapax 22 20 a hard, protective o...
carates 14 10 CARATE, a tropical s...
carauna 13 12 a resinous substance...
caravan 15 15 to travel in a porta...
caravel 17 15 a small light fast s...
caraway 23 15 an umbelliferous pla...
carbarn 16 14 a garage for buses [...
carbeen 15 14 (Native Australian)...
carbene 15 14 a neutral divalent f...
carbide 17 14 a carbon compound [n...
carbies 17 13 CARBY, (Australian)...
carbine 16 14 a rifle with a relat...
carbons 16 14 CARBON, a nonmetalli...
carbora 16 13 a wood-boring worm [...
carboys 23 15 CARBOY, a large gree...
carcake 18 17 (Scots) a small cake...
carcase 17 13 to put a carcase or...
carcass 18 13 to put a framework o...
carcels 19 14 CARCEL, (French) a F...
cardecu 18 15 an old French coin,...
carders 15 11 CARDER, one that doe...
cardiac 18 14 a person with a hear...
cardiae 14 11 CARDIA, an opening o...
cardias 15 11 CARDIA, an opening o...
cardies 15 11 CARDY, (short for) a...
carding 16 14 the process of combi...
cardios 15 11 CARDIO, (short for)...
cardons 14 12 CARDON, a variety of...
cardoon 13 12 a thistle-like plant...
carduus 16 13 (Shakespeare) a this...
careens 13 11 CAREEN, to turn (a s...
careers 14 10 CAREER, to go at ful...
careful 18 15 cautious [adj CAREFU...
caremes 15 13 CAREME, (French) len...
carfare 16 13 payment for a bus or...
carfuls 19 15 CARFUL, as much as a...
cargoed 15 13 CARGO, to load, weig...
cargoes 15 12 CARGO, to load, weig...
carhops 19 15 CARHOP, to work as a...
cariama 15 13 a large South Americ...
caribes 17 13 CARIBE, (Spanish) a...
cariboo 16 13 (Native American) a...
caribou 17 14 (Native American) a...
carices 18 13 CAREX, a genus of pl...
cariere 14 10 (obsolete) career [n...
carinae 13 11 CARINA, a keel-shape...
carinal 15 12 relating to a carina...
carinas 14 11 CARINA, a keel-shape...
carings 16 13 CARING, the act of c...
carioca 17 13 a South American dan...
cariole 15 11 (French) a small ope...
cariose 14 10 of teeth, affected w...
carious 15 11 of teeth, affected w...
caritas 15 10 love for all people...
carjack 21 26 to hijack a car [v -...
carking 17 17 CARK, (archaic) to w...
carless 16 11 without a car [adj]
carline 15 12 (Scots) an old woman...
carling 17 14 a short timber runni...
carlins 16 12 CARLIN, (Scots) an o...
carlish 19 13 (archaic) churlish [...
carload 15 12 as much as a car can...
carlock 20 18 Russian isinglass, m...
carlots 16 11 CARLOT, (Shakespeare...
carmine 15 14 a vivid red colour [...
carnage 14 13 great and bloody sla...
carnals 15 12 CARNAL, to act carna...
carnets 14 11 CARNET, (French) a c...
carneys 20 13 CARNEY, to coax, als...
carnied 14 12 CARNY, to coax, also...
carnier 14 11 CARNY, cunning [adj]
carnies 14 11 CARNIE [v]
carnify 23 16 to form flesh; to be...
carnose 13 11 fleshy; of or like f...
caroach 19 15 a stately carriage,...
caroche 19 15 a stately carriage,...
caroled 15 12 CAROL, to sing joyou...
caroler 15 11 one who sings joyous...
carolus 16 12 a former English gol...
caromed 15 14 CAROM, to collide wi...
caromel 16 14 a dark brown substan...
carotid 15 11 a large artery that...
carotin 14 11 any of a number of r...
carouse 14 11 to engage in a carou...
carpale 17 14 a bone in the wrist,...
carpals 18 14 CARPAL, a bone in th...
carpels 18 14 CARPEL, a single fem...
carpers 17 13 CARPER, one who carp...
carpets 17 13 CARPET, to cover a f...
carping 18 16 complaining [adj CAR...
carpool 17 14 to take turns drivin...
carport 17 13 a covered parking sp...
carrack 19 17 (historical) a large...
carract 18 13 (historical) a large...
carrats 15 10 CARRAT, a unit of we...
carrect 18 13 (historical) a large...
carrell 17 12 a desk for private s...
carrels 16 11 CARREL, a desk for p...
carrick 20 17 as in carrick bend,...
carried 15 11 CARRY, to convey fro...
carrier 15 10 one that carries [n...
carries 15 10 CARRY, to convey fro...
carrion 14 11 dead and rotting fle...
carroch 20 15 a stately carriage,...
carroms 16 13 CARROM, to collide w...
carrots 15 10 CARROT, a root veget...
carroty 21 12 like or tasting of c...
carryon 20 13 a fuss, a commotion...
carseys 21 12 CARSEY, (slang) a la...
carsick 20 17 nauseated from ridin...
cartage 15 12 the act of carrying...
cartels 16 11 CARTEL, (French) a m...
carters 15 10 CARTER, one who driv...
cartful 19 15 the contents of a ca...
carting 16 13 CART, to convey in a...
cartons 14 11 CARTON, to pack in a...
cartoon 13 11 to sketch a humorous...
cartway 24 15 a way used by carts...
carvels 18 15 CARVEL, a small ligh...
carvers 17 14 CARVER, one that car...
carvery 23 16 a type of buffet ser...
carvies 17 14 CARVY, a herb used i...
carving 18 17 a carved figure or d...
carwash 20 15 an establishment equ...
casabas 16 13 CASABA, a variety of...
casavas 16 14 CASAVA, a tropical p...
casbahs 19 15 CASBAH, the old sect...
cascade 17 14 to fall like a water...
cascara 17 13 a medicinal tree bar...
casease 13 10 an enzyme decomposin...
caseate 13 10 to become cheesy [v...
caseins 14 11 CASEIN, a milk prote...
caselaw 18 14 a law established by...
caseman 14 14 a compositor [n CASE...
casemen 14 14 CASEMAN, a composito...
casemix 22 20 a database system fo...
caseose 13 10 a water-soluble prot...
caseous 14 11 cheese-like [adj]
caserne 13 11 a barracks for soldi...
caserns 14 11 CASERN, a barracks f...
casette 14 10 a small case contain...
casevac 19 17 to evacuate a battle...
cashaws 20 15 CASHAW, a variety of...
cashbox 25 22 a container for mone...
cashews 20 15 CASHEW, a large tree...
cashier 17 12 to dismiss in disgra...
cashing 18 15 CASH, to convert int...
cashoos 16 12 CASHOO, a resin used...
casings 16 13 CASING, a protective...
casinos 14 11 CASINO, a gambling r...
casitas 15 10 CASITA, a small hous...
caskets 16 14 CASKET, to place in...
caskier 16 14 CASKY, resembling a...
casking 17 17 CASK, to store in a...
caspase 16 13 any of a group of en...
casqued 23 21 having a casque [adj...
casques 23 20 CASQUE, a helmet [n]
cassaba 16 13 a variety of melon,...
cassata 14 10 (Italian) an ice-cre...
cassava 16 14 a tropical plant who...
cassena 13 11 an American evergree...
cassene 13 11 an American evergree...
cassias 15 10 CASSIA, a relative o...
cassies 15 10 CASSIE, a thorny shr...
cassina 14 11 an American evergree...
cassine 14 11 an American evergree...
cassino 14 11 a card game, played...
cassock 19 17 a close-fitting ankl...
cassone 13 11 (Italian) a large ch...
casspir 18 13 (South Africa) an ar...
casters 15 10 CASTER, a small soli...
casting 16 13 something made in a...
castled 16 12 CASTLE, to make a ce...
castles 16 11 CASTLE, to make a ce...
castock 19 17 a cabbage stock, als...
castoff 19 16 an item of clothing...
castors 15 10 CASTOR, a small soli...
castory 21 12 (Spenser) a red or p...
castral 16 11 belonging to the cam...
casuals 16 12 CASUAL, one who work...
casuist 16 11 a sophist who insist...
catalog 16 13 to classify informat...
catalos 15 11 CATALO, a cross betw...
catalpa 17 14 a tree of the genus...
catapan 15 14 the governor of Cala...
catarrh 17 12 inflammation of a mu...
catasta 14 10 (Latin) a scaffold o...
catawba 19 16 a well known light r...
catbird 18 14 an American bird all...
catboat 16 13 a kind of small sail...
catcall 20 15 to deride by making...
catched 20 16 CATCH, to capture af...
catchen 19 16 (Spenser) to catch (...
catcher 20 15 one that catches [n...
catches 20 15 CATCH, to capture af...
catchup 23 19 a spicy tomato sauce...
catclaw 22 17 a type of acacia [n...
catcons 17 14 CATCON, short for ca...
catechu 20 16 a resin used in tann...
catelog 16 13 (obsolete) a catalog...
catenae 12 11 CATENA, (Latin) a ch...
catenas 13 11 CATENA, (Latin) a ch...
cateran 13 11 (Scots) a military i...
catered 14 11 CATER, to provide fo...
caterer 14 10 one that caters [n -...
catface 19 16 a deformity of fruit...
catfall 19 15 a rope used in hoist...
catfish 20 15 a scaleless, large-h...
catflap 20 17 a small opening in a...
catfood 16 14 food for cats [n -S]
catguts 17 13 CATGUT, the intestin...
cathead 16 13 a beam projecting fr...
cathect 20 15 to invest with psych...
cathode 16 13 a negatively charged...
cathole 17 13 one of two holes in...
cathood 16 13 the state of being a...
cations 14 11 CATION, a positively...
catjang 17 22 a thickly branched A...
catkins 16 15 CATKIN, a crowded sp...
catlike 17 15 like a cat [adj]
catling 17 14 a surgical knife, al...
catlins 16 12 CATLIN, a surgical k...
catmint 16 14 an aromatic herb, al...
catnaps 16 14 CATNAP, to take a sh...
catneps 16 14 CATNEP, a mint-like...
catnips 17 14 CATNIP, a mint-like...
catskin 16 15 the skin of a cat es...
catspaw 20 16 a light breeze formi...
catsuit 16 11 a type of one-piece...
catsups 18 14 CATSUP, a spicy toma...
cattabu 17 14 a cross between dome...
cattail 16 11 any of various plant...
cattalo 15 11 a cross between a bu...
cattery 21 12 a breeding place for...
cattier 15 10 CATTY, spiteful [adj...
catties 15 10 CATTIE, an Asian uni...
cattily 23 13 CATTY, spiteful [adv...
catting 16 13 CAT, to vomit [v]
cattish 18 12 like a cat, spiteful...
catwalk 20 18 a narrow walkway [n...
catworm 19 16 a polychaete worm fr...
caudate 14 12 having a tail, also...
caudled 16 14 CAUDLE, to give a ca...
caudles 16 13 CAUDLE, to give a ca...
caudron 14 13 (Spenser) a cauldron...
caukers 16 15 CAUKER, a big lie, a...
caulder 16 13 CAULD, (Scots) cold...
cauline 15 13 pertaining to a stem...
caulked 17 17 CAULK, to make the s...
caulker 17 16 a big lie, also CAUK...
caulome 16 15 the structure of a p...
cauming 17 17 CAUM, to whiten with...
causals 16 12 CAUSAL, a word expre...
causers 15 11 CAUSER, one who caus...
causeys 21 13 CAUSEY, a causeway,...
causing 16 14 CAUSE, to bring abou...
caustic 19 14 burning, also CAUSTI...
cautels 16 12 CAUTEL, (Shakespeare...
cauters 15 11 CAUTER, a hot iron f...
cautery 21 13 something used to de...
caution 14 12 to warn [v -ED, -ING...
cavalla 18 16 a large food fish, a...
cavally 25 18 a large food fish, a...
cavalry 24 17 a mobile army unit [...
caveats 16 14 CAVEAT, to enter a t...
caveman 16 18 a cave dweller [n CA...
cavemen 16 18 CAVEMAN, a cave dwel...
caverns 16 15 CAVERN, to hollow ou...
cavetti 17 14 CAVETTO, a concave m...
cavetto 16 14 a concave moulding [...
caviare 16 14 the roe of sturgeon,...
caviars 17 14 CAVIAR, the roe of s...
caviers 17 14 CAVIER, (obsolete) s...
caviled 18 16 CAVIL, to raise triv...
caviler 18 15 one that cavils, als...
cavings 18 17 CAVING, the sport of...
cavorts 17 14 CAVORT, to prance, c...
cawings 19 16 CAWING, the sound ro...
cawkers 19 17 CAWKER, a pointed pi...
cayenne 18 14 a very strong pungen...
caymans 21 16 CAYMAN, the South Am...
cayuses 21 13 CAYUSE, an Indian po...
cazique 26 29 (Taino) a West India...
ceasing 15 13 an order to cease fi...
ceazing 18 22 CEAZE, (obsolete) to...
ceboids 17 14 CEBOID, one of a fam...
cecally 26 17 CECAL, pertaining to...
cecitis 19 13 a caecum inflammatio...
cedared 14 12 covered with cedar [...
cedilla 17 13 a mark placed under...
cedrate 14 11 a variety of citron...
cedrine 14 12 belonging to the ced...
cedulas 16 13 CEDULA, (Spanish) a...
ceilers 16 11 CEILER, one that cei...
ceilidh 19 14 (Gaelic) an informal...
ceiling 17 14 the overhead lining...
celadon 14 13 a pale green colour;...
celesta 15 11 a keyboard instrumen...
celeste 15 11 a keyboard instrumen...
celiacs 19 14 CELIAC, one that has...
cellars 17 12 CELLAR, to store in...
celling 18 15 the act of storing i...
cellist 18 12 one who plays the ce...
cellose 16 12 a disaccharide obtai...
cellule 18 14 a small cell [n -S]
celomic 20 17 relating to a celom,...
celosia 15 11 an ornamental plant...
celotex 21 18 a building board tha...
cembali 19 17 CEMBALO, a harpsicho...
cembalo 18 17 a harpsichord [n CEM...
cembras 18 16 CEMBRA, the Swiss st...
cementa 14 14 CEMENTUM, the hard t...
cements 15 14 CEMENT, to bind firm...
cenacle 17 15 a dining room, also...
cenotes 13 11 CENOTE, a deep natur...
censers 14 11 CENSER, a vessel for...
censing 15 14 CENSE, to perfume wi...
censors 14 11 CENSOR, to delete a...
censual 15 13 pertaining to a cens...
censure 14 12 to condemn as wrong...
centage 14 13 rate by the hundred...
centals 15 12 CENTAL, a weight of...
centare 13 11 a measure of land ar...
centaur 14 12 a mythical creature...
centavo 15 15 a Portuguese coin an...
centers 14 11 CENTER, to place at...
centile 15 12 a value of a statist...
centime 15 14 (French) one hundred...
centimo 15 14 (Spanish) a coin and...
centner 13 12 (German) an old unit...
central 15 12 a telephone exchange...
centred 14 12 CENTRE, to make cent...
centres 14 11 CENTRE, to make cent...
centric 18 14 situated at the cent...
centrum 16 15 the body of a verteb...
centums 16 15 CENTUM, (Latin) a hu...
century 21 14 a period of a hundre...
cepages 17 15 CEPAGE, the grape va...
cepheid 19 16 a star of a type hav...
ceramal 16 14 a strong alloy of a...
ceramic 19 16 an item made of bake...
cerasin 14 11 the insoluble portio...
cerated 14 11 covered with wax [ad...
cerates 14 10 CERATE, a stiff oint...
ceratin 14 11 a nitrogenous compou...
cereals 15 11 CEREAL, food made fr...
cerebra 16 13 CEREBRUM, a part of...
cereous 14 11 waxy [adj]
ceresin 14 11 a kind of hard, whit...
ceriphs 20 15 CERIPH, a line used...
cerises 15 10 CERISE, a colour, de...
cerites 15 10 CERITE, a hydrous si...
ceriums 17 14 CERIUM, a metallic c...
cermets 16 13 CERMET, a strong all...
cerning 15 14 CERNE, (Shakespeare)...
ceroons 13 11 CEROON, a crate or h...
cerotic 18 13 pertaining to, or de...
cerrado 14 11 an area of wooded sa...
cerrial 16 11 of or pertaining to...
certain 14 11 absolutely confident...
certify 24 15 to declare as true [...
cerumen 15 15 (Latin) the yellow w...
ceruses 15 11 CERUSE, white lead,...
cerveza 19 23 (Spanish) beer [n -S...
cervids 18 15 CERVID, a member of...
cervine 16 15 of, relating to or r...
cesious 15 11 having a bluish coat...
cesiums 17 14 CESIUM, a metallic e...
cessers 15 10 CESSER, a type of le...
cessing 16 13 CESSE, (Spenser) to...
cession 14 11 a yielding to physic...
cesspit 18 13 a covered well or pi...
cestode 14 11 any parasitic flatwo...
cestoid 15 11 any parasitic flatwo...
cestuis 16 11 CESTUI [n]
cesurae 14 11 CESURA, a pause in a...
cesural 16 12 of a breathing space...
cesuras 15 11 CESURA, a pause in a...
cesures 15 11 CESURE, (Spenser) a...
cetanes 13 11 CETANE, a colourless...
ceviche 22 19 in Mexican cookery,...
chablis 21 16 (French) a white win...
chabouk 20 20 a type of horsewhip,...
chabuks 21 20 CHABUK, a type of ho...
chachka 23 21 (Yiddish) a knicknac...
chacing 21 18 CHACE, (obsolete) to...
chacked 21 20 CHACK, to pinch or n...
chacmas 21 18 CHACMA, (Hottentot)...
chacoes 19 15 CHACO, (Hungarian) t...
chadars 17 13 CHADAR, the large ve...
chaddar 17 14 the large veil worn...
chaddor 17 14 the large veil worn...
chadors 17 13 CHADOR, the large ve...
chaebol 19 16 a group of businesse...
chaetae 15 12 CHAETA, a bristle or...
chaetal 17 13 relating to a chaeta...
chafers 19 15 CHAFER, any of sever...
chaffed 21 19 CHAFF, to poke fun a...
chaffer 21 18 to bargain or haggle...
chafing 20 18 CHAFE, to warm by ru...
chagans 17 15 CHAGAN, an early for...
chagrin 18 15 to humiliate [v CHAG...
chained 16 14 CHAIN, to bind with...
chainer 16 13 one who chains [n -S...
chaines 16 13 CHAINE, (French) in...
chaired 17 13 CHAIR, to install in...
chaises 17 12 CHAISE, (French) a l...
chakras 18 16 CHAKRA, (Sanskrit) i...
chalahs 20 15 CHALAH, (Hebrew) a l...
chalans 17 14 CHALAN [n]
chalaza 20 22 a band of tissue in...
chalcid 22 17 any small parasitic...
chalder 18 14 an old Scottish dry...
chalehs 20 15 CHALEH, (Hebrew) a l...
chalets 18 13 CHALET, a type of wo...
chalice 21 16 a drinking cup [n -S...
chalked 19 18 CHALK, to mark with...
challah 21 16 (Hebrew) a loaf of w...
challan 18 15 a waybill; a pass, a...
challas 19 14 CHALLA, (Hebrew) a l...
challie 19 14 a soft lightweight s...
challis 20 14 a soft lightweight s...
challot 19 14 CHALLAH, (Hebrew) a...
chalone 16 14 one of a group of ch...
chaloth 20 15 CHALAH, (Hebrew) a l...
chalupa 20 17 a fried corn tortill...
chalutz 22 23 an Israeli farmer [n...
chamade 17 16 (historical) a signa...
chamber 20 18 to put in a room [v...
chambre 20 18 (French) of wine, at...
chametz 21 24 (Judaism) leavened f...
chamfer 20 18 to channel or make f...
chamisa 18 15 a Californian shrub...
chamise 18 15 a Californian shrub...
chamiso 18 15 a Californian shrub...
chamlet 19 16 a strong waterproof...
chamois 18 15 a soft leather, also...
chamoix 24 22 a soft leather, also...
champac 23 21 (Hindi) an East Indi...
champak 21 22 (Hindi) an East Indi...
champed 20 19 CHAMP, to chew noisi...
champer 20 18 one who champs, or b...
chanced 19 17 CHANCE, to risk [v]
chancel 20 17 the part of a church...
chancer 19 16 an opportunist [n -S...
chances 19 16 CHANCE, to risk [v]
chancey 25 18 risky, also CHANCY [...
chancre 19 16 a hard nodular swell...
changed 17 16 CHANGE, to make or b...
changer 17 15 one that changes [n...
changes 17 15 CHANGE, to make or b...
channel 16 15 to direct along a co...
channer 15 14 (Scots) gravel, shin...
chanoyo 21 15 a Japanese tea cerem...
chanoyu 22 16 a Japanese tea cerem...
chanson 15 14 (French) a song [n -...
chanted 16 14 CHANT, to recite in...
chanter 16 13 one who chants, also...
chantey 22 15 a song sung by sailo...
chantie 16 13 a song sung by sailo...
chantor 16 13 one who chants, also...
chantry 23 15 a chapel or altar bu...
chaoses 16 12 CHAOS, a state of to...
chaotic 20 15 confused [adj CHAOTI...
chapati 19 15 a thin piece of unle...
chapeau 18 16 (French) a hat [n CH...
chapels 20 16 CHAPEL, a place of C...
chapess 19 15 a female chap, also...
chapkas 20 19 CHAPKA, (Polish) a P...
chaplet 20 16 a wreath for the hea...
chapman 19 19 a peddler [n CHAPMEN...
chapmen 19 19 CHAPMAN, a peddler [...
chappal 22 19 (Hindi) a type of op...
chapped 21 19 CHAP, to cause to cr...
chappie 21 18 a familiar diminutiv...
chapter 19 15 to divide a book int...
charact 20 15 (obsolete) a letter...
charade 16 13 (French) a written o...
charets 17 12 CHARET, (Spenser) a...
charged 18 15 CHARGE, to make an a...
charger 18 14 a flat dish; a warho...
charges 18 14 CHARGE, to make an a...
charier 17 12 CHARY, discreetly ca...
charily 25 15 CHARY, discreetly ca...
charing 18 15 CHARE, to do odd job...
chariot 17 12 to ride in a two-whe...
charism 19 15 a special magnetic a...
charity 24 14 universal love [n CH...
charkas 18 16 CHARKA, a spinning w...
charked 18 17 CHARK, to burn wood...
charkha 20 18 a spinning wheel, al...
charley 24 15 a fool, also CHARLIE...
charlie 18 13 a fool, also CHARLEY...
charmed 18 16 CHARM, to enchant [v...
charmer 18 15 one that charms [n -...
charnel 17 14 a room where corpses...
charpai 19 15 an Indian bed, also...
charpie 19 15 shredded lint used t...
charpoy 25 17 a string framed bed,...
charqui 26 22 jerked beef [n -S]
charred 17 13 CHAR, to burn slight...
charros 17 12 CHARRO, (Spanish) a...
chartas 17 12 CHARTA, a charter, a...
charted 17 13 CHART, to map out [v...
charter 17 12 to lease or hire (a...
charver 19 16 (dialect) a young wo...
chasers 17 12 CHASER, one that cha...
chasing 18 15 a design engraved on...
chasmal 19 16 of or like a chasm,...
chasmed 18 16 having a chasm [adj]
chasmic 22 18 of or like a chasm,...
chassed 17 13 CHASSE, to perform a...
chasses 17 12 CHASSE, to perform a...
chassis 18 12 (French) the structu...
chasten 16 13 to chastise [v -ED,...
chaster 17 12 CHASTE, sexually vir...
chatbot 19 15 a program which give...
chateau 16 13 a large country hous...
chatons 16 13 CHATON, (French) the...
chattas 17 12 CHATTA, (Hindi) an u...
chatted 17 13 CHAT, to talk inform...
chattel 18 13 any kind of property...
chatter 17 12 to talk idly [v -ED,...
chattis 18 12 CHATTI, (Hindi) an e...
chaufed 19 17 CHAUFE, (Spenser) to...
chaufer 19 16 a metal box for hold...
chaufes 19 16 CHAUFE, (Spenser) to...
chauffs 22 19 CHAUFF, (Spenser) to...
chaumer 18 16 (Scots) a room or bu...
chaunce 19 17 (obsolete) to chance...
chaunge 17 16 (obsolete) to change...
chaunts 17 14 CHAUNT, to sing, als...
chauvin 19 18 (French) one with ex...
chavish 22 18 like a chav [adj]
chawers 20 15 CHAWER, one who chaw...
chawing 21 18 CHAW, to chew esp. t...
chayote 22 14 a tropical American...
chazans 19 22 CHAZAN, (Hebrew) a c...
chazzan 22 31 (Hebrew) a cantor in...
chazzen 22 31 (Hebrew) a cantor in...
cheaped 18 16 CHEAP, to take a che...
cheapen 17 16 to lower the value o...
cheaper 18 15 CHEAP, inexpensive [...
cheapie 18 15 (colloquial) somethi...
cheaply 26 18 CHEAP, inexpensive [...
cheapos 18 15 CHEAPO, (colloquial)...
cheated 16 13 CHEAT, to defraud [v...
cheater 16 12 one that cheats [n -...
chebecs 22 18 CHEBEC, a small bird...
chechia 22 17 (French) a cylindric...
checked 21 20 CHECK, to inspect [v...
checker 21 19 to divide into or ma...
checkup 24 23 an examination [n -S...
cheddar 17 14 any of several types...
cheders 17 13 CHEDER, (Hebrew) a r...
chedite 17 13 a mixture of castor...
cheeked 17 17 CHEEK, to speak impu...
cheeped 18 16 CHEEP, to chirp [v]
cheeper 18 15 a young bird, esp. a...
cheered 16 13 CHEER, to applaud wi...
cheerer 16 12 one who cheers [n -S...
cheerio 16 12 goodbye, also CHEERO...
cheerly 24 15 (archaic) cheerful [...
cheeros 16 12 CHEERO, goodbye, als...
cheesed 16 13 CHEESE, to stop it [...
cheeses 16 12 CHEESE, to stop it [...
cheetah 18 14 a hunting cat of Afr...
chefdom 20 19 the status of a chef...
cheffed 21 19 CHEF, to work as a c...
chefing 20 18 CHEF, to work as a c...
chegoes 17 14 CHEGOE, a small trop...
chekist 19 16 a member of the chek...
chelate 17 13 to combine a metal i...
chellup 22 18 (dialect) noise [n -...
cheloid 18 14 a hard growth of sca...
chelone 16 14 a genus of hardy per...
chelped 20 17 CHELP, (Northern Eng...
chemics 22 18 CHEMIC, to treat wit...
chemise 18 15 (French) a woman's s...
chemism 20 18 chemical action, act...
chemist 19 15 one versed in chemis...
chenars 16 13 CHENAR, the oriental...
chenets 16 13 CHENET, an andiron,...
chequer 25 22 to divide into or ma...
cheques 25 22 CHEQUE, a written or...
cherish 20 14 to hold dear [v -ED,...
cheroot 16 12 a square-cut cigar,...
cherubs 20 16 CHERUB, an angel [n]
cherups 20 16 CHERUP, to chirp, al...
chervil 21 17 an aromatic umbellif...
chesils 19 13 CHESIL, shingle, gra...
chesnut 17 14 a chestnut [n -S]
chessel 18 13 a cheese-mould [n -S...
chesses 17 12 CHESS, a game of ski...
chested 17 13 CHEST, to hit a ball...
chetahs 19 14 CHETAH, a swift-runn...
chetnik 18 17 a Serbian resistance...
chetrum 19 16 a monetary unit of B...
chevens 18 17 CHEVEN, a fish, the...
chevets 19 16 CHEVET, (French) the...
chevied 19 17 CHEVY, to chase abou...
chevies 19 16 CHEVY, to chase abou...
chevins 19 17 CHEVIN, a fish, the...
cheviot 19 16 a coarse heavy plain...
chevres 19 16 CHEVRE, a cheese mad...
chevret 19 16 a cheese made from g...
chevron 18 17 a pattern consisting...
chewers 20 15 CHEWER, one who chew...
chewets 20 15 CHEWET, (obsolete) a...
chewier 20 15 CHEWY, not easily ch...
chewies 20 15 CHEWIE, (Australian...
chewing 21 18 CHEW, to grind with...
chewink 21 20 an American bird of...
chiacks 22 19 CHIACK, (Australian...
chianti 17 13 (Italian) a dry red...
chiasma 18 15 a connection formed...
chiasmi 19 15 CHIASMUS, the invers...
chiasms 19 15 CHIASM, a commissure...
chibbed 22 19 CHIB, to slash with...
chibols 21 16 CHIBOL, a variety of...
chibouk 21 20 a long straight-stem...
chicana 19 16 (US, derogatory) a (...
chicane 19 16 to quibble [v CHICAN...
chicano 19 16 (Spanish) an America...
chicest 21 15 CHIC, smartly elegan...
chichas 23 17 CHICHA, an orange-re...
chiches 23 17 CHICH, the chickpea...
chichis 24 17 CHICHI, elaborate or...
chickee 21 19 a stilt house of the...
chicken 21 20 to loose one's nerve...
chicles 22 16 CHICLE, the coagulat...
chicons 20 16 CHICON, the shoot of...
chicory 27 17 succory, a blue-flow...
chicots 21 15 CHICOT, a handsome t...
chidden 17 15 CHIDE, to scold [v]
chiders 18 13 CHIDER, one who chid...
chiding 19 16 scolding [adj CHIDIN...
chiefer 19 15 CHIEF, important [ad...
chiefly 27 18 CHIEF, important [ad...
chiefry 26 17 an Irish chieftaincy...
chields 19 14 CHIELD, (Scots) a ma...
chiffon 21 19 a sheer fabric [n -S...
chiggas 20 16 CHIGGA, (Australian...
chigger 20 16 a parasitic mite, al...
chignon 17 16 (French) a knot or r...
chigoes 18 14 CHIGOE, a small trop...
chigres 19 14 CHIGRE, a small trop...
chikara 18 16 (Hindi) a four-horne...
chikhor 21 18 an Indian partridge,...
chikors 19 16 CHIKOR, an Indian pa...
childed 19 15 CHILD, to bring fort...
childer 19 14 (dialect) children,...
childes 19 14 CHILDE, a youth of g...
childly 27 17 (archaic) having the...
chiliad 19 14 a group of one thous...
chilies 19 13 CHILI, the (dried) r...
chillax 26 21 to relax completely...
chilled 20 15 CHILL, to make cold...
chiller 20 14 a frightening film [...
chillis 21 14 CHILLI, a hot pepper...
chillum 22 18 the part of a hookah...
chimars 19 15 CHIMAR, a loose slee...
chimbly 29 21 a chimney, also CHIM...
chimera 18 15 an imaginary monster...
chimere 18 15 (French) a loose sle...
chimers 19 15 CHIMER, a loose slee...
chiming 20 18 CHIME, to ring in ha...
chimlas 20 16 CHIMLA, a chimney, a...
chimley 26 18 a chimney, also CHIM...
chimney 24 18 to proceed up a rock...
chinars 17 13 CHINAR, the oriental...
chinchy 29 20 stingy [adj CHINCHIE...
chindit 18 14 an Allied fighter be...
chinese 16 13 (colloquial) a Chine...
chining 18 16 CHINE, to break the...
chinked 18 18 CHINK, to fill up cr...
chinkie 18 17 (colloquial) a meal...
chinned 16 15 CHIN, to hold with t...
chinois 17 13 (French) a cone-shap...
chinone 15 14 a golden-yellow crys...
chinook 17 17 (Native American) a...
chinsed 17 14 CHINSE, to fill in t...
chinses 17 13 CHINSE, to fill in t...
chintzy 27 24 like chintz [adj CHI...
chinwag 21 18 to chat [v CHINWAGGE...
chipped 22 19 CHIP, to break a sma...
chipper 22 18 to twitter, chatter...
chippie 22 18 (colloquial) a carpe...
chipset 20 15 a functional group o...
chirked 19 17 CHIRK, to squeak [v]
chirker 19 16 CHIRK, cheerful [adj...
chirled 19 14 CHIRL, (Scots) to em...
chirmed 19 16 CHIRM, to cry out, c...
chirped 20 16 CHIRP, to utter a sh...
chirper 20 15 a little bird [n -S]
chirred 18 13 CHIRRE, to chirp lik...
chirren 17 13 (Southern US dialect...
chirres 18 12 CHIRRE, to chirp lik...
chirrup 21 16 to chirp repeatedly...
chirted 18 13 CHIRT, to squeeze, s...
chisels 19 13 CHISEL, to use a cut...
chitals 19 13 CHITAL, a kind of In...
chitins 18 13 CHITIN, the main com...
chitlin 19 14 part of the small in...
chitons 17 13 CHITON, a tunic worn...
chitted 18 13 CHIT, to sprout [v]
chitter 18 12 to shiver or (of the...
chivari 20 16 to perform a mock se...
chivied 20 17 CHIVY, to chase abou...
chivies 20 16 CHIVY, to chase abou...
chiving 21 19 CHIVE, to cut with a...
chivved 22 21 CHIV, to cur with a...
chizzed 24 31 CHIZZ, to swindle, a...
chizzes 24 30 CHIZZ, to swindle, a...
chlamys 26 18 (Greek) a horseman's...
chloral 19 14 a white crystalline...
chloric 22 16 of, containing or de...
chlorid 19 14 a compound of chlori...
chlorin 18 14 a yellowish-green ha...
choanae 14 13 CHOANA, a funnel-sha...
chobdar 19 16 in the Indian subcon...
chochos 22 17 CHOCHO, the fruit of...
chocked 21 20 CHOCK, to secure wit...
chocker 21 19 (slang) full up; fed...
chockos 21 19 CHOCKO, (Australian...
choctaw 23 18 a type of skating mo...
choenix 22 20 an ancient Greek mea...
choicer 20 15 CHOICE, of fine qual...
choices 20 15 CHOICE, the thing ch...
choired 17 13 CHOIR, to sing in ch...
chokers 18 16 CHOKER, a close-fitt...
chokeys 24 18 CHOKEY, (slang) pris...
chokier 18 16 CHOKY, tending to ca...
chokies 18 16 CHOKY, a prison [n]
choking 19 19 CHOKE, to impede the...
chokras 18 16 CHOKRA, (Hindi) a bo...
chokris 19 16 CHOKRI, (Hindi) a gi...
cholate 17 13 a salt of cholic aci...
cholent 17 14 a Jewish stew of boi...
cholera 17 13 an acute and frequen...
cholers 18 13 CHOLER, anger, irasc...
choline 17 14 an alcohol found bil...
chollas 19 14 CHOLLA, a treelike c...
choltry 25 15 a shed used for asse...
chometz 21 24 (Judaism) leavened f...
chommie 19 18 (South Africa) a fri...
chomped 20 19 CHOMP, to chew vigor...
chomper 20 18 one who chomps [n -S...
chondre 16 14 a spheroidal mineral...
chondri 17 14 CHONDRUS, a cartilag...
choofed 18 16 CHOOF, (Australian s...
chooked 17 17 CHOOK, to make a sou...
chookie 17 16 (Australian) a chick...
chooser 16 12 one who chooses [n -...
chooses 16 12 CHOOSE, to select by...
choosey 22 14 difficult to please,...
chopine 18 16 a high clog or patte...
chopins 19 16 CHOPIN, a high clog...
chopped 21 19 CHOP, to sever with...
chopper 21 18 to travel by helicop...
choragi 18 14 CHORAGUS, a leader o...
chorale 17 13 a simple harmonized...
chorals 18 13 CHORAL, a simple har...
chordae 16 13 CHORDA, a primitive...
chordal 18 14 pertaining to a chor...
chorded 17 14 CHORD, to play a com...
chordee 16 13 a painful erection o...
choreal 17 13 relating to chorea [...
choreas 16 12 CHOREA, St. Vitus's...
chorees 16 12 CHOREE, (Greek) a tr...
choregi 18 14 CHOREGUS, a leader o...
choreic 20 15 relating to chorea [...
choreus 17 13 (Greek) a trochee, a...
chorial 18 13 pertaining to an emb...
chorine 16 13 (US slang) a chorus...
choring 18 15 CHORE, to do small j...
chorion 16 13 the outer foetal env...
chorism 19 15 the multiplication o...
chorist 18 12 a member of a choir...
chorizo 20 21 a highly spiced saus...
choroid 17 13 the dark brown vascu...
chorrie 17 12 (Afrikaans) a crock,...
chorten 16 13 a Tibetan shrine [n...
chortle 18 13 to chuckle with glee...
choughs 21 17 CHOUGH, a kind of ja...
choused 17 14 CHOUSE, to swindle,...
chouser 17 13 a swindler [n -S]
chouses 17 13 CHOUSE, to swindle,...
chowder 20 16 to make a thick soup...
chowing 21 18 CHOW, to eat [v]
chowris 21 15 CHOWRI, (Hindi) a wh...
chowsed 20 16 CHOWSE, to swindle,...
chowses 20 15 CHOWSE, to swindle,...
chrisma 19 15 CHRISMON, a Christia...
chrisms 20 15 CHRISM, a consecrate...
chrisom 19 15 a white robe put on...
christy 25 14 a kind of turn in sk...
chromas 18 15 CHROMA, quality of c...
chromed 18 16 CHROME, to plate wit...
chromel 19 16 an alloy of nickel a...
chromes 18 15 CHROME, to plate wit...
chromic 22 18 pertaining to, or ob...
chromos 18 15 CHROMO, (short for)...
chromyl 26 18 a bivalent radical [...
chronic 20 16 long-lasting [adj CH...
chronon 15 14 a unit of time, that...
chucked 22 21 CHUCK, to chuck [v]
chucker 22 20 a bowler whose arm a...
chuckie 22 20 a chicken, also CHOO...
chuckle 23 21 to laugh quietly [v...
chuddah 20 17 the large veil worn...
chuddar 18 15 the large veil worn...
chudder 18 15 the large veil worn...
chuffed 22 20 CHUFF, to make a ser...
chuffer 22 19 CHUFF, gruff [adj]
chugged 20 18 CHUG, to move with a...
chugger 20 17 a charity worker who...
chukars 19 17 CHUKAR, an Indian pa...
chukkar 20 21 (Hindi) a period of...
chukkas 20 21 CHUKKA, (Hindi) a pe...
chukker 20 21 (Hindi) a period of...
chukors 19 17 CHUKOR, (Hindi) an I...
chumash 21 18 a printed book conta...
chumley 26 19 a chimney, also CHIM...
chummed 20 20 CHUM, to be close fr...
chumped 21 20 CHUMP, to munch [v]
chunder 17 15 (Australian slang) t...
chunked 18 19 CHUNK, to make a dul...
chunnel 17 16 the tunnel underneat...
chunner 16 15 to mutter, grumble,...
chunter 17 14 to mutter, grumble,...
chupati 20 16 (Hindi) a thin flat...
chuppah 24 21 a Jewish wedding can...
chuppas 22 19 CHUPPA, a Jewish wed...
chuppot 22 19 CHUPPAH, a Jewish we...
churchy 30 20 associated with or r...
churned 17 15 CHURN, to agitate to...
churner 17 14 a person who or mach...
churred 18 14 CHURR, to make a vib...
churros 18 13 CHURRO, a Spanish do...
churrus 19 14 (Hindi) the resinous...
chusing 19 16 CHUSE, (obsolete) to...
chuting 19 16 CHUTE, to convey by...
chutist 19 13 a parachutist [n -S]
chutnee 16 14 (Hindi) a warm or sp...
chutney 23 16 (Hindi) a warm or sp...
chutzpa 23 25 (Yiddish) supreme se...
chyacks 28 21 CHYACK, (Australian...
chylify 34 20 to produce chyle [v...
chylous 25 16 consisting of, or si...
chymics 29 20 CHYMIC, (obsolete) a...
chymify 34 22 to form into chyme [...
chymist 26 17 (archaic) a chemist,...
chymous 25 18 of or pertaining to...
chypres 26 17 CHYPRE, (French) a m...
chytrid 25 15 a primitive variety...
ciboria 17 13 CIBORIUM, a vessel f...
ciboule 18 15 a variety of onion,...
cicadae 17 14 CICADA, a winged ins...
cicadas 18 14 CICADA, a winged ins...
cicalas 19 14 CICALA, a winged ins...
ciceros 18 13 CICERO, a printing m...
cichlid 23 17 any teleost fish of...
cicoree 17 13 a perennial herb [n...
cicutas 19 14 CICUTA, (Latin) the...
cidaris 16 11 (Latin) the royal ti...
cieling 17 14 a ceiling [n -S]
cierges 16 12 CIERGE, a large wax...
cigaret 16 12 finely-cut tobacco r...
ciggies 18 14 CIGGIE, (slang) ciga...
ciliary 23 13 pertaining to the ci...
ciliate 16 11 possessing cilia, al...
cilices 20 14 CILICE, a haircloth...
cimelia 17 14 treasures in storage...
cimices 20 16 CIMEX, (Latin) a bed...
cimiers 17 13 CIMIER, (French) the...
cinched 20 17 CINCH, to bind firml...
cinches 20 16 CINCH, to bind firml...
cinders 15 12 CINDER, to reduce to...
cindery 21 14 having the nature of...
cineast 14 11 a devotee of motion...
cinemas 15 14 CINEMA, a motion-pic...
cineole 14 12 a liquid used as an...
cineols 15 12 CINEOL, a liquid use...
cinerea 13 11 the grey matter of t...
cinerin 14 12 a pyrethrum compound...
cingula 17 15 CINGULUM, a girdle-l...
cinques 23 21 CINQUE, the number f...
ciphers 20 15 CIPHER, to work at a...
ciphony 25 18 the electronic mixin...
cipolin 18 15 (Italian) a kind of...
circars 19 13 CIRCAR, (Urdu) the s...
circled 20 15 CIRCLE, to revolve a...
circler 20 14 one who encircles [n...
circles 20 14 CIRCLE, to revolve a...
circlet 20 14 a ring-shaped object...
circlip 23 17 a spring washer in t...
circuit 20 14 to move around [v -E...
circusy 26 16 pertaining to a circ...
cirques 24 20 CIRQUE, a bowl-shape...
cirrate 15 10 like a cirrus, also...
cirrose 15 10 like a cirrus, also...
cirrous 16 11 having a cirrus [adj...
cirsoid 16 11 having the appearanc...
ciscoes 18 13 CISCO, a North Ameri...
cissier 16 10 CISSY, timid, also S...
cissies 16 10 CISSY, an effeminate...
cissing 17 13 the appearance of pi...
cissoid 16 11 a type of geometric...
cistern 15 11 an artificial reserv...
cistron 15 11 a section of a chrom...
citable 18 14 suitable for citatio...
citadel 16 12 a fortress in or nea...
citator 15 10 one who cites [n -S]
cithara 17 12 an ancient Greek mus...
cithern 17 13 a pear-shaped guitar...
cithers 18 12 CITHER, a pear-shape...
cithren 17 13 a pear-shaped guitar...
citizen 18 20 a resident of a city...
citolas 16 11 CITOLA, a pear-shape...
citoles 16 11 CITOLE, a pear-shape...
citrals 17 11 CITRAL, a lemon flav...
citrate 15 10 a salt of citric aci...
citrine 15 11 a variety of quartz...
citrins 16 11 CITRIN, the water-so...
citrons 15 11 CITRON, the fruit of...
citrous 16 11 pertaining to a citr...
citrusy 23 13 pertaining to citrus...
cittern 15 11 a pear-shaped guitar...
civilly 27 18 CIVIL, pertaining to...
civisms 20 17 CIVISM, good citizen...
civvies 20 18 CIVVY, (short for) a...
clabber 20 17 to curdle, turn sour...
clachan 20 17 (Gaelic) a small vil...
clached 21 17 CLACH, to kill by st...
claches 21 16 CLACH, to kill by st...
clacked 20 19 CLACK, to make a noi...
clacker 20 18 that which clacks; e...
cladded 16 14 CLAD, to cover one m...
cladder 16 13 one who clads [n -S]
claddie 16 13 a native New Zealand...
cladism 18 15 classification by cl...
cladist 17 12 one who classifies b...
cladode 15 13 a branch or stem wit...
clagged 18 16 CLAG, to stick [v]
claimed 17 15 CLAIM, to demand as...
claimer 17 14 one who makes a clai...
clamant 16 15 calling aloud or ear...
clamber 19 17 to climb awkwardly [...
clammed 18 18 CLAM, to dig for the...
clammer 18 17 one who gathers clam...
clamors 17 14 CLAMOR, to make a lo...
clamour 17 15 to make a loud outcr...
clamped 19 18 CLAMP, to fasten wit...
clamper 19 17 to botch up [v -ED,...
clanged 16 15 CLANG, to ring loudl...
clanger 16 14 (colloquial) a mista...
clangor 16 14 to clang loudly, als...
clanked 16 17 CLANK, to rattle as...
clapnet 17 15 a net made to clap t...
clapped 20 18 CLAP, the noise of s...
clapper 20 17 a thing that claps,...
claquer 24 21 a member of a claque...
claques 24 21 CLAQUE, a group of h...
clarain 15 12 lustrous bands in co...
clarets 16 11 CLARET, to drink a r...
claries 16 11 CLARY, any plant of...
clarify 25 16 to make clear [v CLA...
clarini 16 12 CLARINO, the highest...
clarino 15 12 the highest register...
clarion 15 12 to sound a shrill cl...
clarity 23 13 the state of being c...
clarkia 17 15 any plant of the Nor...
claroes 15 11 CLARO, a light-colou...
clarted 16 12 CLART, to dirty [v]
clashed 18 14 CLASH, to meet in op...
clasher 18 13 one who clashes [n -...
clashes 18 13 CLASH, to meet in op...
clasped 18 15 CLASP, to embrace ti...
clasper 18 14 a clasping organ [n...
classed 16 12 CLASS, to classify [...
classer 16 11 one that classes [n...
classes 16 11 CLASS, to classify [...
classic 20 14 setting a standard [...
classis 17 11 a division according...
classon 15 12 an elementary atomic...
clastic 20 14 a rock composed of o...
clatted 16 12 CLAT, to scratch, sc...
clatter 16 11 to make a rattling s...
claucht 22 17 (Scots) to snatch, a...
claught 20 16 (Scots) to snatch, a...
clausal 17 13 relating to a clause...
clauses 16 12 CLAUSE, a part of a...
clauted 16 13 CLAUT, (Scots) to sc...
clavate 17 15 club-shaped; growing...
clavers 18 15 CLAVER, (Scots) to g...
clavier 18 15 an early keyboard in...
clavies 18 15 CLAVIE, a tar barrel...
clawers 19 14 CLAWER, one who claw...
clawing 20 17 CLAW, to scratch wit...
claxons 21 19 CLAXON, a low-pitche...
clayier 22 13 CLAYEY, resembling c...
claying 23 16 CLAY, to purify (e.g...
clayish 25 15 resembling clay [adj...
claypan 23 17 a compacted layer of...
cleaned 14 13 CLEAN, to rid of sta...
cleaner 14 12 one that cleans [n -...
cleanly 22 15 clean in habits [adj...
cleanse 14 12 to clean [v CLEANSED...
cleanup 17 16 a large profit; a cl...
cleared 15 12 CLEAR, to remove obs...
clearer 15 11 one that clears [n -...
clearly 23 14 CLEAR, easy to see [...
cleated 15 12 CLEAT, to strengthen...
cleaved 17 16 CLEAVE, to split [v]
cleaver 17 15 a heavy knife [n -S]
cleaves 17 15 CLEAVE, to split [v]
clecked 20 19 CLECK, (Scots) to ha...
cleeked 16 16 CLEEK, to seize, hoo...
cleekit 17 15 CLEEK, to seize, hoo...
cleeped 17 15 CLEEP, (archaic) to...
cleeves 17 15 CLEEVE, (dialect) a...
clefted 18 15 CLEFT, to insert a s...
clement 16 15 merciful [adj CLEMEN...
clemmed 18 18 CLEM, to starve [v]
cleomes 16 14 CLEOME, an aromatic...
cleping 19 17 CLEPE, (archaic) to...
clerics 20 14 CLERIC, a member of...
clerids 17 12 CLERID, a predatory...
clerisy 23 13 scholars and educate...
clerked 17 16 CLERK, to serve as a...
clerkly 25 18 pertaining to a cler...
cleruch 22 17 a citizen of Athens...
cleuchs 22 17 CLEUCH, (Scots) a ra...
cleughs 20 16 CLEUGH, (Scots) a ra...
clewing 20 17 CLEW, to attach a ro...
cliched 22 17 full of cliches, als...
cliches 22 16 CLICHE, a stereotype...
clicked 21 19 CLICK, to make a sho...
clicker 21 18 the compositor who d...
clicket 21 18 to make a clicking s...
clients 16 12 CLIENT, a customer [...
cliffed 21 18 having cliffs, also...
clifted 19 15 broken into cliffs [...
climate 17 14 to remain in a certa...
climbed 20 18 CLIMB, to ascend [v]
climber 20 17 one that climbs [n -...
clinged 17 15 CLING, to adhere to...
clinger 17 14 something or someone...
clinics 20 15 CLINIC, a medical fa...
clinked 17 17 CLINK, to make a sho...
clinker 17 16 to make furnace slag...
clipart 19 14 graphical pieces tha...
cliping 20 17 CLIPE, to tell tales...
clipped 21 18 CLIP, to trim by cut...
clipper 21 17 a kind of sailing sh...
clippie 21 17 (colloquial) a woman...
cliqued 25 22 CLIQUE, to form an e...
cliques 25 21 CLIQUE, to form an e...
cliquey 31 23 inclined to form cli...
clitics 21 14 CLITIC, a word whose...
clitter 17 11 to make a shrill rat...
clivers 19 15 an annual herb, goos...
clivias 19 15 CLIVIA, a leek-like...
cloacae 17 14 CLOACA, (Latin) the...
cloacal 19 15 relating to a cloaca...
cloacas 18 14 CLOACA, (Latin) the...
cloaked 16 16 CLOAK, to clothe wit...
clobber 20 17 to strike very hard...
cloches 21 16 CLOCHE, (French) a l...
clocked 20 19 CLOCK, to time with...
clocker 20 18 a 24-hour dealer in...
clodded 16 14 CLOD, to pelt with c...
clogged 18 16 CLOG, to block up [v...
clogger 18 15 a maker of clogs [n...
cloison 15 12 (French) a partition...
cloking 18 18 CLOKE, to clothe wit...
clomped 19 18 CLOMP, to walk heavi...
cloners 15 12 CLONER, one who clon...
cloning 16 15 reproduction by asex...
clonism 17 15 the condition of hav...
clonked 16 17 CLONK, to make a dul...
clootie 15 11 as in clootie dumpli...
clopped 20 18 CLOP, to make the so...
cloques 24 21 CLOQUE, (French) a f...
closely 23 14 CLOSE, near [adv]
closers 16 11 CLOSER, one who, or...
closest 16 11 CLOSE, near [adj]
closets 16 11 CLOSET, to enclose i...
closeup 18 15 a photograph taken a...
closing 17 14 a concluding part [n...
closure 16 12 to end a debate by c...
clotbur 19 15 the burdock, also CO...
clothed 18 14 CLOTHE, to provide w...
clothes 18 13 CLOTHE, to provide w...
clotted 16 12 CLOT, to form into a...
clotter 16 11 to coagulate [v -ED,...
cloture 16 12 to end a debate by c...
clouded 16 14 CLOUD, to make obscu...
cloughs 20 16 CLOUGH, a ravine, al...
cloured 16 13 CLOUR, to knock or b...
clouted 16 13 CLOUT, to hit with t...
clouter 16 12 one who clouts, mend...
clovers 18 15 CLOVER, any papilion...
clovery 24 17 abounding in clover...
clowder 19 15 a collective name fo...
clowing 20 17 CLOW, (Scots) to rak...
clowned 18 16 CLOWN, to act like a...
cloying 23 16 CLOY, to gratify bey...
clubbed 21 19 CLUB, to form an org...
clubber 21 18 a person who frequen...
clubman 19 19 a member of a club [...
clubmen 19 19 CLUBMAN, a member of...
clucked 21 20 CLUCK, to make the s...
clucker 21 19 a chicken [n CLUCKER...
cludgie 18 15 (Scots) a lavatory [...
clueing 17 15 CLUE, to obtain guid...
cluiest 17 12 CLUEY, (Australian s...
clumber 20 18 a stocky spaniel [n...
clumped 20 19 CLUMP, to form into...
clumper 20 18 a kind of heavy shoe...
clumpet 20 18 a large floating chu...
clunked 17 18 CLUNK, to make a dul...
clunker 17 17 a dilapidated old ca...
clupeid 19 16 a fish of the herrin...
clusias 17 12 CLUSIA, any member o...
cluster 17 12 to form into groups...
clutchy 29 19 tending to clutch [a...
clutter 17 12 to pile in a disorde...
clypeal 25 17 relating to the clyp...
clypeus 25 17 a shield-like struct...
clyping 26 19 CLYPE, to tell tales...
clyster 23 13 (archaic) an enema [...
cnemial 16 15 relating to the shin...
coached 19 16 COACH, to tutor or t...
coachee 18 15 (colloquial) a coach...
coacher 19 15 a person who coaches...
coaches 19 15 COACH, to tutor or t...
coacted 17 14 COACT, to act togeth...
coactor 17 13 one who acts togethe...
coadies 14 11 COADY, a sauce made...
coadmit 16 14 to admit several thi...
coaeval 16 15 one of the same era...
coagent 14 13 someone working toge...
coagula 16 14 COAGULUM, a clot [n]
coaitas 14 10 COAITA, a type of sp...
coalbin 17 15 a bin for storing co...
coalbox 23 21 a box for storing co...
coalers 15 11 COALER, a ship that...
coalier 15 11 COALY, containing co...
coalify 24 16 to convert into coal...
coaling 16 14 COAL, to supply with...
coalise 15 11 to bring into coalit...
coalize 18 20 to bring into coalit...
coalman 15 15 a coal merchant [n C...
coalmen 15 15 COALMAN, a coal merc...
coalpit 18 14 a pit from which coa...
coaming 16 16 a raised border [n -...
coannex 18 19 to annex jointly [v...
coapted 16 14 COAPT, to fit togeth...
coarsen 13 11 to make coarse [v -E...
coarser 14 10 COARSE, rough, crude...
coastal 15 11 pertaining to the se...
coasted 14 11 COAST, to cycle with...
coaster 14 10 a vessel that plies...
coatees 13 10 COATEE, a small coat...
coaters 14 10 COATER, a worker, ma...
coating 15 13 a covering layer [n...
coaxers 20 17 COAXER, one who coax...
coaxial 21 18 having a common axis...
coaxing 21 20 the act of persuadin...
cobaeas 15 13 COBAEA, one of a fam...
cobalts 18 14 COBALT, a metallic e...
cobbers 19 16 COBBER, (Australian...
cobbier 19 16 COBBY, stout, obstin...
cobbing 20 19 COB, to strike [v]
cobbled 20 18 COBBLE, to mend [v]
cobbler 20 17 a mender of shoes [n...
cobbles 20 17 COBBLE, to mend [v]
cobloaf 19 17 a rounded loaf [n CO...
cobnuts 17 15 COBNUT, a large roun...
coburgs 19 16 COBURG, (German) a t...
cobwebs 22 19 COBWEB, to cover wit...
cocaine 16 14 a narcotic, also COC...
cocains 17 14 COCAIN, a narcotic,...
coccids 22 17 COCCID, a kind of in...
coccoid 21 17 a spherical cell [n...
coccous 21 17 relating to a coccus...
cochair 20 15 to serve jointly as...
cochins 20 16 COCHIN, a large vari...
cochlea 20 16 a part of the ear [n...
cockade 18 18 a rosette worn on a...
cockers 19 17 COCKER, to pamper; t...
cockets 19 17 COCKET, an official...
cockeye 24 19 a squinting eye [n -...
cockier 19 17 COCKY, arrogantly se...
cockies 19 17 COCKY, an Australian...
cockily 27 20 COCKY, arrogantly se...
cocking 20 20 COCK, to tilt to one...
cockish 22 19 of or like a cock [a...
cockled 20 19 COCKLE, to wrinkle [...
cockler 20 18 someone who collects...
cockles 20 18 COCKLE, to wrinkle [...
cockney 24 20 a resident of London...
cockpit 22 20 the area for the pil...
cockshy 28 21 a target in a throwi...
cockups 22 21 COCKUP, a turned-up...
cocomat 18 16 matting made from co...
coconut 17 15 the large, hard-shel...
cocoons 16 14 COCOON, to wrap tigh...
cocopan 18 17 in South Africa, a w...
cocotte 17 13 (French) a prostitut...
cocoyam 24 18 a tropical tuber [n...
coctile 19 14 baked, hardened by f...
coction 17 14 the act of boiling [...
codable 17 15 able to be coded [ad...
codders 15 12 CODDER, a cod fisher...
codding 16 15 COD, to hoax or make...
coddled 16 14 CODDLE, to pamper [v...
coddler 16 13 one who coddles [n -...
coddles 16 13 CODDLE, to pamper [v...
codeias 14 11 CODEIA, a narcotic a...
codeina 13 12 a narcotic alkaloid,...
codeine 13 12 a narcotic alkaloid,...
codeins 14 12 CODEIN, a narcotic a...
codetta 14 11 (Italian) a short pa...
codexes 20 18 CODEX, (Latin) a boo...
codfish 20 16 a marine food-fish [...
codgers 16 13 CODGER, an old man [...
codices 18 14 CODEX, (Latin) a boo...
codicil 20 15 a supplement to a wi...
codilla 17 13 the coarse tow of fl...
codille 17 13 (French) a term at t...
codings 16 14 CODING, the act of c...
codists 16 11 CODIST, a codifier;...
codling 17 15 an unripe apple, als...
codlins 16 13 CODLIN, an unripe ap...
codrive 17 15 to work as a codrive...
codrove 16 15 CODRIVE, to work as...
coedits 15 11 COEDIT, to edit toge...
coehorn 15 13 (historical) a small...
coeliac 18 14 a person suffering a...
coelome 15 14 a body cavity in som...
coeloms 16 14 COELOM, a body cavit...
coempts 18 16 COEMPT, to buy up th...
coenact 16 14 to enact together [v...
coenure 13 12 a tapeworm larva, al...
coenuri 14 12 COENURUS, a tapeworm...
coequal 23 21 equal in rank or pow...
coerced 17 14 COERCE, to compel by...
coercer 17 13 one who coerces [n -...
coerces 17 13 COERCE, to compel by...
coerect 17 13 to erect together [v...
coesite 14 10 a type of silica [n...
coevals 17 15 COEVAL, a person of...
coexert 20 17 to exert jointly [v...
coexist 21 17 to exist together [v...
coffees 18 16 COFFEE, a powder mad...
coffers 19 16 COFFER, to put in a...
coffing 20 19 COFF, (Scots) to buy...
coffins 19 17 COFFIN, to put in a...
coffled 20 18 COFFLE, to chain sla...
coffles 20 17 COFFLE, to chain sla...
coffret 19 16 a small strongbox [n...
cofound 16 16 to found jointly [v...
cogence 17 16 the state of being c...
cogency 24 18 the state of being c...
cogener 14 13 something of the sam...
coggers 17 14 COGGER, a flatterer...
coggies 17 14 COGGIE, (Scots) a sm...
cogging 18 17 a type of joint for...
coggled 18 16 COGGLE, to wobble [v...
coggles 18 15 COGGLE, to wobble [v...
cogitos 16 12 COGITO, a philosophi...
cognacs 18 16 COGNAC, (French) a k...
cognate 14 13 related by birth [ad...
cognise 15 13 to become aware, als...
cognize 18 22 to become aware, als...
cogways 25 17 COGWAY, a railway op...
cohabit 19 15 to dwell together as...
coheads 16 13 COHEAD, to head join...
coheirs 17 12 COHEIR, a joint heir...
cohered 16 13 COHERE, to stick tog...
coherer 16 12 a device used to det...
coheres 16 12 COHERE, to stick tog...
cohibit 20 15 to restrain [v -ED,...
cohorns 16 13 COHORN, (Dutch) a sm...
cohorts 17 12 COHORT, one of ten d...
cohosts 17 12 COHOST, to host join...
cohunes 16 14 COHUNE, (Spanish) a...
coiffed 19 17 COIFFE, to put the h...
coiffes 19 16 COIFFE, to put the h...
coifing 18 16 COIF, to put the hai...
coigned 15 14 COIGNE, to secure wi...
coignes 15 13 COIGNE, to secure wi...
coilers 16 11 COILER, one who coil...
coiling 17 14 COIL, to wind in eve...
coinage 14 13 the act of making co...
coiners 14 11 COINER, one who coin...
coinfer 16 14 to infer jointly [v...
coining 15 14 a minting [n -S]
cointer 14 11 to bury together [v...
coition 14 11 sexual intercourse,...
cojoins 16 20 COJOIN, (Shakespeare...
cojones 15 20 (Spanish) bull's tes...
cokeses 15 14 COKES, a simpleton [...
cokiest 16 14 COKY, like coke [adj...
cokings 17 17 COKING, the act of m...
colbies 18 14 COLBY, a type of mil...
coldest 16 12 COLD, having no warm...
coldies 16 12 COLDIE, (colloquial)...
coldish 19 14 somewhat cold [adj]
coleads 15 12 COLEAD, to lead join...
coletit 16 11 a bird of the tit fa...
colibri 19 14 a type of hummingbir...
colicin 19 15 an antibacterial sub...
colicky 27 20 pertaining to, or tr...
colitic 20 14 of or like colitis,...
colitis 17 11 inflammation of the...
collage 17 14 to arrange materials...
collard 17 13 pickled or salted me...
collars 17 12 COLLAR, to provide w...
collate 16 12 to examine and compa...
collect 20 15 to bring together in...
colleen 15 13 an Irish girl [n -S]
college 17 14 a school of higher l...
collets 17 12 COLLET, to set a gem...
collide 17 13 to clash together [v...
collied 17 13 COLLY, to blacken wi...
collier 17 12 a coal miner [n -S]
collies 17 12 COLLIE, any of sever...
colling 18 15 embracing [n -S]
collins 17 13 an alcoholic beverag...
colloid 17 13 a mixture between a...
collops 19 15 COLLOP, a small port...
collude 17 14 to conspire [v COLLU...
colobid 18 15 like a monkey [adj]
colobus 18 15 a long tailed monkey...
cologne 15 14 a perfumed mixture o...
colonel 15 13 a military officer [...
colones 14 12 COLONE, (Spanish) a...
colonic 18 15 irrigation of the co...
colonus 15 13 a freeborn serf [n C...
colored 15 12 a colored person [n...
colorer 15 11 one that colors, als...
colossi 16 11 COLOSSUS, (Latin) a...
colours 16 12 COLOUR, to paint, al...
coloury 22 14 having much colour,...
coltans 15 12 COLTAN, a metallic o...
colters 16 11 COLTER, a blade on a...
colting 17 14 COLT, to cheat, defr...
coltish 19 13 like a colt [adj COL...
colugos 17 14 COLUGO, a flying lem...
columel 18 16 a small column-like...
columns 17 16 COLUMN, a vertical c...
colures 16 12 COLURE, a celestial...
comaker 16 17 one who stands as a...
comakes 16 17 COMAKE, to serve as...
comarbs 18 16 COMARB, (historical)...
comarts 16 13 COMART, (Shakespeare...
comates 15 13 COMATE, (Shakespeare...
comatic 19 16 having blurred visio...
comatik 17 17 (Inuit) a sled with...
combats 18 16 COMBAT, to fight aga...
combers 18 16 COMBER, one that com...
combier 18 16 COMBY, full of holes...
combies 18 16 COMBI, a vessel or v...
combine 17 17 to join, mix [v COMB...
combing 19 19 a hair or wool fibre...
combles 19 17 COMBLE, (French) the...
combust 19 17 to burn [v -ED, -ING...
comedic 19 17 of or relating to co...
comedos 15 14 COMEDO, a skin blemi...
cometic 19 16 relating to a comet,...
comfier 18 16 COMFY, (colloquial)...
comfily 26 19 COMFY [adv]
comfits 19 16 COMFIT, a sweet; a s...
comfort 18 16 to console [v -ED, -...
comfrey 24 18 a boraginaceous plan...
comical 20 17 amusing, also COMIC...
comices 19 16 COMICE, (French) a v...
comings 17 16 COMING, arrival or a...
comique 24 23 (French) a comic act...
comital 17 14 relating to a count,...
comitia 16 13 (Latin) a public ass...
command 16 18 to direct with autho...
commata 16 16 COMMA, a fragment of...
commend 16 18 to praise [v -ED, -I...
comment 16 17 to remark [v -ED, -I...
commere 16 16 (French) a female co...
commers 17 16 COMMER, (archaic) a...
commies 17 16 COMMIE, (colloquial)...
commish 20 18 (short for) commissi...
commits 18 16 COMMIT, to perpetrat...
commixt 24 23 COMMIX, to mix toget...
commode 16 17 (French) a chamberpo...
commodo 16 17 of music, to be play...
commons 16 17 COMMON, to share [v]
commote 16 16 an early English lan...
commots 17 16 COMMOT, an early Eng...
commove 18 20 to move violently [v...
commune 16 18 to converse intimate...
commute 17 17 to change a sentence...
compact 21 19 to pack closely toge...
compage 18 18 (obsolete) a system...
compand 17 18 to put a signal thro...
company 23 19 to associate with [v...
compare 17 16 to scrutinise for si...
compart 18 16 to divide into parts...
compass 18 16 to surround or enclo...
compast 18 16 (archaic) rounded [a...
compear 17 16 to appear in court [...
compeer 17 16 to be the equal of [...
compels 19 17 COMPEL, to force [v]
compend 17 18 a brief summary [n -...
compere 17 16 to act as master of...
compers 18 16 COMPER, a person who...
compete 17 16 to contend for a pri...
compile 19 17 to collect into a vo...
comping 19 19 the act of entering...
complex 25 24 to make complicated...
complin 19 18 in the Christian lit...
complot 19 17 to conspire [v COMPL...
compone 16 17 composed of squares...
compony 23 19 composed of squares...
comport 18 16 to conduct oneself i...
compose 17 16 to settle or soothe...
compost 18 16 to make into fertili...
compote 17 16 (French) fruit stewe...
compots 18 16 COMPOT, (French) fru...
compted 18 17 COMPT, (obsolete) to...
compter 18 16 (obsolete) a counter...
compute 18 17 to calculate [v COMP...
comrade 15 14 a close friend [n -S...
comsats 16 13 COMSAT, (short for)...
comsymp 26 21 one that sympathizes...
comuses 16 14 COMUS, (Latin) a rev...
conacre 16 14 the letting by a ten...
conaria 13 11 CONARIUM, the pineal...
conatus 14 12 (Latin) a natural im...
concave 18 18 curved inward [adj C...
conceal 17 15 to hide [v -ED, -ING...
concede 16 15 to acknowledge as tr...
concedo 16 15 (Latin) in logic, I...
conceit 17 14 to form a conception...
concent 16 15 (archaic) a harmony...
concept 19 17 a general idea [n -S...
concern 16 15 to be of interest to...
concert 17 14 to construct or devi...
conchae 18 16 CONCHA, the outer ea...
conchal 20 17 pertaining to the co...
conchas 19 16 CONCHA, the outer ea...
conched 19 17 CONCHE, to knead and...
conches 19 16 CONCHE, to knead and...
conchie 19 16 a conscientious obje...
conchos 19 16 CONCHO, an ornamenta...
concise 17 14 succinct [adj CONCIS...
concoct 20 17 to fabricate [v -ED,...
concord 17 15 to be in or come int...
concrew 20 17 (archaic) to grow to...
concupy 26 20 (Shakespeare) a conc...
concurs 18 15 CONCUR, to concur [v...
concuss 18 15 to injure the brain...
condemn 14 16 to judge unfavourabl...
conders 14 12 CONDER, a person who...
condies 14 12 CONDIE, a covered dr...
condign 15 15 deserved, appropriat...
condoes 13 12 CONDO, (short for) a...
condole 14 13 to express sympathet...
condoms 15 15 CONDOM, a prophylact...
condone 12 13 to forgive or overlo...
condors 14 12 CONDOR, a coin of Ch...
conduce 17 16 to contribute to a r...
conduct 18 16 to lead or guide [v...
conduit 15 13 a channel or pipe fo...
condyle 21 15 a protuberance on a...
confabs 18 17 CONFAB, to converse,...
confect 19 17 to prepare by combin...
confers 16 14 CONFER, to bestow [v...
confess 16 14 to admit or disclose...
confest 16 14 CONFESS, to admit or...
confide 16 15 to impart secrets in...
confine 15 15 to shut within an en...
confirm 18 17 to assure the validi...
confits 17 14 CONFIT, a sweet; a s...
conflux 24 23 a flowing together o...
conform 17 17 to become the same o...
confuse 16 15 to mix up mentally [...
confute 16 15 to disprove or overc...
congaed 14 14 CONGA, to dance the...
congeal 15 14 to change from a flu...
congeed 14 14 CONGEE [v]
congees 14 13 CONGEE [v]
congers 15 13 CONGER, a kind of ma...
congest 15 13 to fill to excess [v...
congius 16 14 (Latin) an ancient u...
congoes 14 13 CONGO, a kind of bla...
congous 15 14 CONGOU, a kind of bl...
congree 14 13 (archaic) to agree [...
congrue 15 14 to agree [v CONGRUED...
conical 18 15 shaped like a cone [...
conidia 14 12 CONIDIUM, a kind of...
conifer 16 14 any tree or shrub of...
coniine 13 12 a liquid, highly poi...
conimas 15 14 CONIMA, the fragrant...
conines 13 12 CONINE, a liquid, hi...
coniums 16 15 CONIUM, a poisonous...
conject 19 23 to conjecture [v -ED...
conjeed 15 21 CONJEE, to starch wi...
conjees 15 20 CONJEE, to starch wi...
conjoin 15 21 to join together [v...
conjure 16 21 to practise magic tr...
conjury 23 23 conjurors' tricks, m...
conkers 15 15 CONKER, a horse-ches...
conkier 15 15 CONKY, full of a tre...
conking 16 18 CONK, to hit on the...
conkout 15 16 (US) a situation whe...
connate 12 12 congenitally or firm...
connect 16 15 to join together [v...
conners 13 12 CONNER, a kind of wr...
connies 13 12 CONNIE, a tram or bu...
conning 14 15 the act of directing...
connive 15 16 to plot or conspire...
connors 13 12 CONNOR, a kind of wr...
connote 12 12 to imply another mea...
conoids 14 12 CONOID, anything lik...
conquer 22 21 to overcome by force...
conseil 15 12 (French) advice, cou...
consent 13 12 to give approval [v...
consign 15 14 to give over to anot...
consist 15 11 to be composed of [v...
console 14 12 to comfort [v CONSOL...
consols 15 12 CONSOL, a government...
consort 14 11 to keep company [v -...
conspue 16 15 to spit upon, to des...
conster 14 11 (archaic) to constru...
consuls 16 13 CONSUL, an official...
consult 16 13 to ask advice of [v...
consume 15 15 to use up [v CONSUME...
contact 17 14 to communicate with...
contain 13 12 to hold within [v -E...
conteck 18 18 (archaic) strife, di...
contemn 14 15 to despise or scorn...
contend 13 13 to vie [v -ED, -ING,...
content 13 12 happy with one's lot...
contest 14 11 to compete for [v -E...
context 20 18 a passage or words w...
contort 14 11 to twist out of shap...
contour 14 12 to make the outline...
contras 14 11 CONTRA, a Nicaraguan...
contrat 14 11 (French) a contract,...
control 15 12 to exercise authorit...
contund 14 14 (archaic) to bruise...
contuse 14 12 to bruise [v CONTUSE...
conures 14 12 CONURE, a tropical f...
convect 19 18 to transfer heat by...
convene 14 16 to assemble, also CO...
convent 15 16 to assemble, also CO...
convert 16 15 to change into anoth...
conveys 22 17 CONVEY, to transport...
convict 20 18 to prove guilty [v -...
convive 18 19 to feast together [v...
convoke 16 19 to cause to assemble...
convoys 22 17 CONVOY, to accompany...
cooches 19 15 COOCH, a sinuous dan...
cooeyed 19 13 COOEY, to cry out sh...
cooings 15 13 COOING, a cooing noi...
cookers 15 14 COOKER, one that coo...
cookery 21 16 the art of cooking [...
cookeys 21 16 COOKEY, a small flat...
cookies 15 14 COOKIE, a small flat...
cooking 16 17 the act of one that...
cookoff 19 20 a cooking contest [n...
cookout 15 15 a meal eaten and pre...
cooktop 17 17 a counter-top cookin...
coolant 14 12 a cooling agent; a f...
coolers 15 11 COOLER, (colloquial)...
coolest 15 11 COOL, moderately col...
coolies 15 11 COOLIE, (historical)...
cooling 16 14 serving to cool [adj...
coolish 18 13 somewhat cool [adj]
coolist 16 11 a person, esp. a sci...
coolths 18 13 COOLTH, the state of...
coombes 17 16 COOMBE, a short deep...
coomier 15 13 COOMY, full of coom,...
cooming 16 16 COOM, to begrime wit...
cooncan 15 15 a card game, also CO...
coondog 14 14 a dog trained to hun...
coontie 13 11 (Native American) an...
coopers 16 13 COOPER, to make barr...
coopery 22 15 the trade of cooperi...
cooping 17 16 COOP, to confine [v]
coopted 16 14 COOPT, to recruit e....
cooried 14 11 COORIE, (Scots) to n...
coories 14 10 COORIE, (Scots) to n...
coosens 13 11 COOSEN, to cheat, al...
coosers 14 10 COOSER, a stallion,...
coosins 14 11 COOSIN, to cheat, al...
cooters 14 10 COOTER, a kind of tu...
cooties 14 10 COOTIE, (US slang) a...
copaiba 18 16 a transparent resin...
copaiva 18 17 a transparent resin...
copalms 19 17 COPALM, a hardwood t...
copecks 21 20 COPECK, a Russian mo...
copepod 18 17 a shrimplike crustac...
copered 16 14 COPER, to supply a s...
copiers 17 13 COPIER, one that cop...
copihue 19 16 a climbing vine [n -...
copilot 18 14 an assistant pilot [...
copings 18 16 COPING, the covering...
copious 17 14 abundant [adj COPIOU...
copitas 17 13 COPITA, (Spanish) a...
coplots 18 14 COPLOT, to plot toge...
copouts 17 14 COPOUT, a backing ou...
coppers 19 16 COPPER, to cover wit...
coppery 25 18 like copper [adj]
coppice 22 19 to grow in a dense t...
coppies 19 16 COPPY, a small stool...
copping 20 19 COP, to capture [v]
coppins 19 17 COPPIN, a cop of thr...
copples 20 17 COPPLE, (obsolete) a...
coppras 19 16 COPPRA, dried coconu...
coprahs 19 15 COPRAH, dried coconu...
copshop 21 18 (slang) a police-sta...
copsier 17 13 COPSY, like a coppic...
copsing 18 16 COPSE, to cut back t...
copters 17 13 COPTER, (short for)...
copulae 17 15 COPULA, something wh...
copular 18 15 relating to a copula...
copulas 18 15 COPULA, something wh...
copyboy 31 20 an office boy [n -S]
copycat 26 18 to imitate [v COPYCA...
copying 24 18 the act of making a...
copyism 25 18 plagiaristic copying...
copyist 24 15 one who makes copies...
coquets 23 20 COQUET, to flirt, al...
coquina 22 21 (Spanish) a coarse-g...
coquito 23 20 a Chilean palm tree...
coracle 18 14 a small boat made of...
coralla 16 12 CORALLUM, the skelet...
coranto 13 11 a rapid and lively d...
corbans 16 14 CORBAN, (Hebrew) any...
corbeau 16 14 a blackish green col...
corbeil 18 14 (French) a basket fi...
corbels 18 14 CORBEL, to provide a...
corbies 17 13 CORBY, a raven, a cr...
corbina 16 14 a bluish-grey whitin...
corcass 18 13 in Ireland, a salt-m...
cordage 15 13 ropes in the rigging...
cordate 14 11 heart-shaped [adj CO...
corders 15 11 CORDER, a person who...
cordial 16 12 genial [adj CORDIALL...
cording 16 14 the ribbed surface o...
cordite 15 11 a smokeless explosiv...
cordoba 16 14 a monetary unit of N...
cordons 14 12 CORDON, to form a ba...
coreign 15 13 a joint reign [n -S]
corella 16 12 (Native Australian)...
coremia 15 13 COREMIUM, an organ o...
corious 15 11 having a leathery ap...
coriums 17 14 CORIUM, a leather ar...
corival 18 15 to rival [v CORIVALL...
corixid 22 18 a type of water bug...
corkage 16 16 the charge made by i...
corkers 16 14 CORKER, one that cor...
corkier 16 14 CORKY, like cork [ad...
corking 17 17 CORK, to stop up [v]
corkirs 17 14 CORKIR, a lichen use...
cormels 17 14 CORMEL, a small corm...
cormlet 17 14 a small corm [n -S]
cormoid 16 14 of a corm [adj]
cormous 16 14 producing corms [adj...
cornage 14 13 (historical) a feuda...
corncob 19 17 the cob or axis on w...
corneae 12 11 CORNEA, a transparen...
corneal 14 12 relating to the eye...
corneas 13 11 CORNEA, a transparen...
cornels 15 12 CORNEL, a hardwood t...
corners 14 11 CORNER, to gain cont...
cornets 14 11 CORNET, a trumpet-li...
cornett 14 11 an old woodwind inst...
cornfed 16 15 fed on corn [adj]
cornfly 24 17 the goutfly [n CORNF...
cornice 17 14 to decorate with a m...
cornier 14 11 CORNY, trite, sentim...
cornify 23 16 to form keratin [v C...
cornily 22 14 CORNY, trite, sentim...
corning 15 14 CORN, to preserve wi...
cornist 15 11 a performer on the c...
cornrow 17 14 to braid hair tightl...
cornual 15 13 pertaining to the co...
cornute 14 12 to cuckold [v CORNUT...
cornuto 14 12 (Italian) a cuckold,...
corolla 16 12 (Latin) the collecti...
coronae 12 11 CORONA, a luminous c...
coronal 14 12 relating to a corona...
coronas 13 11 CORONA, a luminous c...
coronel 14 12 the iron head of a t...
coroner 13 11 an officer who inves...
coronet 13 11 a small crown, also...
coronis 14 11 in Greek grammar, a...
corozos 17 19 COROZO, (Spanish) a...
corpora 16 13 CORPUS, a human or a...
corpsed 17 14 CORPSE, to forget on...
corpses 17 13 CORPSE, to forget on...
corrade 14 11 to wear away by the...
corrals 16 11 CORRAL, to place liv...
correas 14 10 CORREA, an Australia...
correct 18 13 to make right [v -ED...
corrida 15 11 a bullfight [n -S]
corries 15 10 CORRIE, a deep basin...
corrode 14 11 to eat away by degre...
corrody 21 13 an allowance of food...
corrupt 18 14 to make bad, debase...
corsacs 18 13 CORSAC, an Asian fox...
corsage 15 12 the waist or bodice...
corsair 15 10 (historical) a priva...
corsets 15 10 CORSET, to fit with...
corseys 21 12 CORSEY, (dialect) a...
corsite 15 10 a variety of diorite...
corsive 17 14 a corrosive [n -S]
corslet 16 11 a piece of body armo...
corsned 14 12 a historical legal p...
cortege 15 12 (French) a train of...
cortile 16 11 (Italian) an enclose...
cortili 17 11 CORTILE, (Italian) a...
cortina 14 11 a membrane on some m...
cortins 15 11 CORTIN, an adrenal e...
coruler 16 12 one that rules joint...
corvees 16 14 CORVEE, (French) lab...
corvets 17 14 CORVET, of a horse,...
corvids 18 15 CORVID, a member of...
corvina 16 15 a bluish-grey whitin...
corvine 16 15 pertaining to the cr...
corylus 23 14 a deciduous nut-bear...
corymbs 25 18 CORYMB, a type of fl...
coryphe 25 17 (archaic) the leader...
coryzal 25 22 relating to a head c...
coryzas 24 21 CORYZA, a head cold...
cosechs 20 15 COSECH, a hyperbolic...
coshers 17 12 COSHER, to pamper, c...
coshery 23 14 the ancient right of...
coshing 18 15 COSH, to bludgeon [v...
cosiers 15 10 COSIER, (Shakespeare...
cosiest 15 10 COSY, snug and comfo...
cosigns 16 13 COSIGN, to sign join...
cosines 14 11 COSINE, a trigonomet...
cosmeas 15 13 COSMEA, a plant of t...
cosmids 17 14 COSMID, a large plas...
cosmine 15 14 a hard substance in...
cosmins 16 14 COSMIN, a hard subst...
cosmism 18 16 the belief that the...
cosmist 17 13 one who adheres to c...
cosmoid 16 14 describing the scale...
cosplay 24 16 the practice of dres...
cossack 19 17 a Russian cavalryman...
cossets 15 10 COSSET, to fondle or...
cossies 15 10 COSSIE, (Australian...
costals 16 11 COSTAL, a rib which...
costard 15 11 an apple, large and...
costars 15 10 COSTAR, to star equa...
costate 14 10 having ribs, also CO...
costean 13 11 in mining, to sink p...
costers 15 10 COSTER, a seller of...
costing 16 13 an estimation of the...
costive 17 14 affected with consti...
costrel 16 11 an eared bottle or s...
costume 16 14 to dress [v COSTUMED...
cosying 22 15 COSY, to attempt to...
coteaus 14 11 COTEAU, (French) the...
coteaux 20 18 COTEAU, (French) the...
coterie 14 10 (French) a social or...
cothurn 17 14 a buskin worn by Rom...
cotidal 16 12 having high tide at...
cotinga 15 13 a tropical bird with...
cotised 15 11 COTISE, to give a he...
cotises 15 10 COTISE, to give a he...
cotland 15 13 land belonging to a...
cottage 15 12 to cruise looking fo...
cottars 15 10 COTTAR, (Scots) a me...
cotters 15 10 COTTER, a medieval p...
cottids 16 11 COTTID, a type of fi...
cottier 15 10 an Irish tenant hold...
cotting 16 13 COT, to become tangl...
cottise 15 10 to give a heraldic b...
cottoid 15 11 like a cottid, a fis...
cottons 14 11 COTTON, to take a li...
cottony 20 13 like cotton (a soft...
cottown 17 14 (Scots) a group of o...
cotwals 19 14 COTWAL, (Hindi) the...
cotylae 21 13 COTYLE, an ancient G...
cotyles 22 13 COTYLE, an ancient G...
cotypes 23 15 COTYPE, a taxonomic...
coucals 19 15 COUCAL, (French) a l...
couched 20 17 COUCH, to put into w...
couchee 19 16 an evening reception...
coucher 20 16 one who couches [n -...
couches 20 16 COUCH, to put into w...
cougans 15 14 COUGAN, (Australian...
cougars 16 13 COUGAR, a mountain l...
coughed 18 16 COUGH, to expel air...
cougher 18 15 one that coughs [n -...
couguar 16 14 a mountain lion, als...
couldst 17 13 CAN, to put in a cyl...
coulees 15 12 COULEE, (French) a l...
couloir 16 12 (French) a steep mou...
coulomb 19 18 (French) the SI unit...
coulter 16 12 a blade on a plow, a...
council 19 16 an assembly appointe...
counsel 15 13 to advise [v COUNSEL...
counted 14 13 COUNT, to number [v]
counter 14 12 to oppose [v -ED, -I...
country 21 14 the territory of a n...
coupees 16 14 COUPEE, (French) a s...
coupers 17 14 COUPER, (Scots) a de...
couping 18 17 COUP, (Scots) to ove...
coupled 18 16 COUPLE, to unite in...
coupler 18 15 someone who or somet...
couples 18 15 COUPLE, to unite in...
couplet 18 15 a pair of rhyming li...
coupons 16 15 COUPON, a voucher [n...
coupure 17 15 (French) a passage c...
courage 15 13 the quality that ena...
courant 14 12 an old dance with a...
courbed 17 15 COURB, (archaic) to...
couried 15 12 COURIE, (Scots) to n...
courier 15 11 a messenger [n -S] /...
couries 15 11 COURIE, (Scots) to n...
couring 16 14 COUR, (obsolete) to...
courlan 15 13 a South American bir...
coursed 15 12 COURSE, to chase and...
courser 15 11 a swift horse, a lar...
courses 15 11 COURSE, to chase and...
courted 15 12 COURT, to woo [v]
courter 15 11 one who courts [n -S...
courtly 23 14 polite [adj COURTLIE...
cousins 15 12 COUSIN, a child of o...
couteau 14 12 a knife [n COUTEAUX]
couters 15 11 COUTER, a piece of a...
couther 17 13 COUTH, sophisticated...
couthie 17 13 friendly, also COUTH...
coutils 17 12 COUTIL, a type of co...
couture 15 12 the business of dres...
couvade 16 16 a primitive birth ri...
couvert 17 15 (French) a cover (at...
couzins 18 21 COUZIN, (South Afric...
covelet 17 15 a small cove [n -S]
covents 16 15 COVENT, (archaic) a...
covered 16 15 COVER, to spread som...
coverer 16 14 one that covers [n -...
coverts 17 14 COVERT, a hiding pla...
coverup 19 18 something used to co...
coveted 16 15 COVET, to desire gre...
coveter 16 14 one who covets [n -S...
covines 16 15 COVINE, a conspiracy...
covings 18 17 COVING, a concave mo...
covynes 22 17 COVYNE, a conspiracy...
cowages 18 15 COWAGE, a leguminous...
cowards 18 14 COWARD, to weaken th...
cowbane 18 17 the water hemlock, o...
cowbell 22 18 a bell worn around a...
cowbind 20 18 a species of bryony...
cowbird