8 letter words that start with C

8 letter words that start with C

8 letter C word

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caatinga 16 14 in Brazil, open, low...
cabalism 21 18 a sect based on caba...
cabalist 20 15 someone who finds hi...
caballed 20 17 CABAL, to conspire [...
caballer 20 16 one who cabals, intr...
cabarets 18 14 CABARET, a music hal...
cabbaged 21 20 CABBAGE, to steal or...
cabbages 21 19 CABBAGE, to steal or...
cabbagey 27 21 like a cabbage, also...
cabbalah 23 20 a Jewish doctrine ba...
cabbalas 21 18 CABBALA, a Jewish do...
cabernet 17 15 (French) a type of b...
cabestro 18 14 (Spanish) a lasso, a...
cabezone 19 24 (Spanish) a Californ...
cabezons 20 24 CABEZON, (Spanish) a...
cabildos 20 16 CABILDO, (Spanish) a...
cabinets 18 15 CABINET, a piece of...
cabining 19 18 CABIN, to live in a...
cableway 28 20 a structure for tran...
cablings 21 18 CABLING, a bead or m...
cabobbed 22 21 CABOB, to skewer [v]
caboceer 20 17 a West African headm...
caboched 23 20 in heraldry, full fa...
cabochon 22 20 (French) a precious...
cabombas 21 20 CABOMBA, a small gen...
caboodle 18 16 a crowd or collectio...
cabooses 17 14 CABOOSE, the last ca...
caboshed 20 17 in heraldry, full fa...
cabotage 18 16 shipping and sailing...
cabovers 20 18 CABOVER, a truck or...
cabresta 18 14 a lasso, also CABEST...
cabresto 18 14 a lasso, also CABEST...
cabretta 18 14 (Spanish) a soft lea...
cabrilla 21 16 a name applied to va...
cabriole 19 15 (French) a curved fu...
cabstand 18 16 a place where cabs a...
cacafogo 21 19 (Spanish) a spitfire...
cachacas 24 19 CACHACA, a white Bra...
cachalot 22 17 a large whale, also...
cachepot 23 19 (French) an ornament...
cacheted 21 17 CACHET, to print a d...
cachexia 27 23 general ill health,...
cachexic 31 26 pertaining to ill he...
cacholot 22 17 a large whale, also...
cachucha 27 22 (Spanish) an Andalus...
caciques 28 24 CACIQUE, a West Indi...
cackiest 21 18 CACKY, of or like ex...
cacklers 22 19 CACKLER, one who cac...
cackling 23 22 CACKLE, to make the...
cacodoxy 31 24 incorrect doctrine,...
cacodyls 27 18 CACODYL, a colourles...
cacolets 20 15 CACOLET, (French) a...
cacology 27 19 a bad choice of word...
cacomixl 28 25 a North American car...
caconyms 26 20 CACONYM, an erroneou...
caconymy 32 22 the state of having...
cactuses 20 15 CACTUS, a succulent...
cacumens 20 19 CACUMEN, (Latin) a t...
cacumina 20 19 CACUMEN, (Latin) a t...
cadaster 16 12 a public record of l...
cadastre 16 12 a public record of l...
cadavers 18 16 CADAVER, a corpse [n...
caddices 20 16 CADDICE, a coarse wo...
caddised 17 14 trimmed with caddis,...
caddises 17 13 CADDIS, a coarse woo...
caddying 24 18 CADDY, to serve as a...
cadelles 18 14 CADELLE, a small bla...
cadenced 18 17 CADENCE, to make rhy...
cadences 18 16 CADENCE, to make rhy...
cadenzas 18 22 CADENZA, (Italian) a...
cadgiest 18 14 CADGY, cheerful, als...
cadmiums 20 19 CADMIUM, a metallic...
caducean 18 17 of or belonging to M...
caduceus 20 17 (Latin) a Greek or R...
caducity 27 18 the quality of being...
caducous 20 17 of parts of a plant...
caecally 27 18 CAECAL, pertaining t...
caecitis 20 14 a caecum inflammatio...
caesious 16 12 having a bluish coat...
caesiums 18 15 CAESIUM, a metallic...
caesurae 15 12 CAESURA, a pause in...
caesural 17 13 relating to a caesur...
caesuras 16 12 CAESURA, a pause in...
caesuric 20 15 relating to a caesur...
caffeine 19 18 a bitter alkaloid us...
caffeins 20 18 CAFFEIN, a bitter al...
caffeism 22 20 an addiction to caff...
caffilas 22 18 CAFFILA, (Arabic) a...
caftaned 17 16 wearing a caftan [ad...
caganers 16 14 CAGANER, a tradition...
cagefuls 21 18 CAGEFUL, as much as...
cagelike 19 18 like a cage [adj]
cageling 19 17 a caged bird [n -S]
cagework 21 20 open work like the b...
caginess 17 14 the quality of being...
cagoules 18 15 CAGOULE, a light ano...
cagyness 23 16 the quality of being...
caillach 24 18 (Gaelic) an old woma...
caimacam 21 20 (Turkish) a Turkish...
cairnier 16 12 CAIRNY, relating to...
caissons 16 12 CAISSON, a watertigh...
caitiffs 22 17 CAITIFF, a despicabl...
caitives 19 15 CAITIVE, (Spenser) a...
cajaputs 21 24 CAJAPUT, a volatile...
cajeputs 21 24 CAJEPUT, a volatile...
cajolers 19 21 CAJOLER, one who caj...
cajolery 25 23 persuasion by flatte...
cajoling 20 24 CAJOLE, to persuade...
cajuputs 22 25 CAJUPUT, a volatile...
cakeages 17 17 CAKEAGE, a charge le...
cakehole 19 18 a person's mouth [n...
cakewalk 22 23 to step stylishly [v...
cakiness 17 16 the state of being c...
calabash 21 17 a variety of squash;...
calabaza 21 24 a variety of squash,...
caladium 19 17 any tropical plant o...
calaloos 17 13 CALALOO, a soup made...
calamari 18 15 (Italian) any of var...
calamars 18 15 CALAMAR, any of vari...
calamary 24 17 any of various speci...
calamata 17 15 a black olive grown...
calamine 17 16 to apply a skin oint...
calamint 18 16 a genus of labiate a...
calamite 18 15 a reedlike plant of...
calamity 25 17 a grievous misfortun...
calanthe 18 15 (Greek) an orchid of...
calashes 19 14 CALASH, (French) a l...
calathea 18 14 a showy indoor plant...
calathos 19 14 (Greek) a vase-shape...
calathus 20 15 (Latin) a vase-shape...
calcanea 18 16 CALCANEUM, (Latin) o...
calcanei 19 16 CALCANEUS, (Latin) o...
calcaria 20 15 CALCAR, (Latin) a sp...
calceate 19 15 to shoe [v CALCEATED...
calcific 27 21 containing salts of...
calcined 20 17 CALCINE, to reduce t...
calcines 20 16 CALCINE, to reduce t...
calcites 21 15 CALCITE, a mineral,...
calcitic 25 18 relating to a calcit...
calciums 23 19 CALCIUM, a metallic...
calcrete 20 15 a composite rock of...
calcspar 23 18 a mineral, calcite [...
calctufa 23 19 a rock made of fine...
calctuff 26 22 a general term for a...
calcular 22 17 relating to the math...
calculus 23 18 a branch of mathemat...
caldaria 17 13 CALDARIUM, (Latin) a...
calderas 17 13 CALDERA, (Spanish) a...
caldrons 17 14 CALDRON, a large ket...
caleches 22 17 CALECHE, (French) a...
calefied 19 16 CALEFY, to make warm...
calefies 19 15 CALEFY, to make warm...
calendal 17 15 pertaining to calend...
calendar 16 14 to schedule, also KA...
calender 16 14 to smooth by pressin...
calendry 23 16 a place where calend...
calfhood 21 18 the state or time of...
calfless 21 16 having a thin leg [a...
calflick 26 23 a cowlick (a lock of...
calflike 22 20 like a calf [adj]
calfskin 21 20 the skin of a calf [...
calibers 20 15 CALIBER, the diamete...
calibred 20 16 having a given calib...
calibres 20 15 CALIBRE, the diamete...
caliches 23 17 CALICHE, (Spanish) g...
calicles 22 16 CALICLE, a cup-shape...
calicoes 20 15 CALICO, a brightly p...
calidity 25 15 the state of being w...
califate 19 15 (Arabic) the office...
califont 19 16 (tradename) a kind o...
caligoes 18 14 CALIGO, a reduction...
calipash 22 17 a part of a turtle w...
calipees 19 15 CALIPEE, a part of a...
calipers 20 15 CALIPER, to measure...
caliphal 23 18 relating to a caliph...
calisaya 23 14 the medicinal bark o...
calivers 20 16 CALIVER, a type of l...
calkings 20 19 CALKING, material us...
callable 21 17 able to be called [a...
callaloo 18 14 (Spanish) a soup mad...
callalou 19 15 (Spanish) a crabmeat...
callants 18 14 CALLANT, (Scots) a b...
callback 25 23 a recall of a defect...
callboys 27 18 CALLBOY, a boy who c...
callings 20 16 CALLING, a vocation...
calliope 20 16 a keyboard musical i...
callipee 20 16 a part of a turtle w...
calliper 21 16 in papermaking, a me...
calloses 18 13 CALLOSE, a part of a...
callouts 19 14 CALLOUT, an inset in...
callower 21 16 CALLOW, immature [ad...
callowly 29 19 CALLOW [adv]
calltime 20 16 time available for u...
callunas 18 15 CALLUNA, any plant o...
callused 19 15 CALLUS, to form a ha...
calluses 19 14 CALLUS, to form a ha...
calmants 18 16 CALMANT, a drug that...
calmiest 19 15 CALMY, clayey [adj]
calmings 20 18 CALMING, an act of c...
calmness 18 16 the state of being c...
calomels 19 16 CALOMEL, a strong pu...
calorics 21 15 CALORIC, a hypotheti...
calories 17 12 CALORIE, the amount...
calorise 17 12 to coat steel with a...
calorist 18 12 a person who believe...
calorize 20 21 to coat steel with a...
calottes 17 12 CALOTTE, (French) a...
calotype 25 17 an early type of pho...
caloyers 23 14 CALOYER, a Greek Ort...
calpacks 24 22 CALPACK, a triangula...
calpains 19 16 CALPAIN, an enzyme f...
calquing 27 25 CALQUE, to process t...
calthrop 22 17 a device with four m...
caltraps 20 15 CALTRAP, a device wi...
caltrops 20 15 CALTROP, a device wi...
calumbas 21 19 CALUMBA, the dried r...
calumets 19 16 CALUMET, an ornament...
calutron 17 14 a mass spectrometer...
calvados 19 17 a dry apple brandy [...
calvaria 19 16 CALVARIUM, the dome...
calvered 19 17 CALVER, to prepare f...
calycate 26 17 pertaining to a caly...
calyceal 27 18 pertaining to a caly...
calycine 26 18 of or pertaining to...
calycled 28 19 having a calycle, a...
calycles 28 18 CALYCLE, a row of sm...
calycoid 27 18 like a calix [adj]
calycule 28 19 a cuplike structure...
calyculi 29 19 CALYCULUS, a small,...
calypsos 26 17 CALYPSO, a West Indi...
calypter 26 17 a hood or hoodlike s...
calyptra 26 17 a hood or hoodlike s...
calzones 19 22 CALZONE, a turnover...
camaieux 23 22 CAMAIEU, a cameo [n]
camailed 18 16 having a camail [adj...
camarons 16 15 CAMARON, (Spanish) a...
camashes 19 16 CAMASH, (Native Amer...
camasses 17 14 CAMASS, (Native Amer...
cambered 19 18 CAMBER, to arch slig...
cambisms 22 20 CAMBISM, the theory...
cambists 21 17 CAMBIST, a dealer in...
cambiums 22 21 CAMBIUM, a layer of...
camboges 20 19 CAMBOGE, a yellow gu...
cambogia 20 19 a yellow gum resin,...
camboose 18 17 a cabin built as liv...
cambrels 21 18 CAMBREL, the hock of...
cambrics 24 20 CAMBRIC, a fine line...
camcords 21 18 CAMCORD, to videotap...
cameleer 17 15 a camel driver [n -S...
cameleon 16 16 a small African liza...
camelias 18 15 CAMELIA, an evergree...
camelids 19 16 CAMELID, an animal o...
cameline 17 16 a material made from...
camelish 21 17 like a camel [adj]
camellia 19 16 an evergreen shrub,...
cameloid 18 16 related to the camel...
camelots 18 15 CAMELOT, a strong wa...
cameoing 17 17 CAMEO, to portray in...
camisade 17 15 an attack made at ni...
camisado 17 15 an attack made at ni...
camisias 18 14 CAMISIA, (Arabic) a...
camisole 18 15 a loose underbodice...
camogies 18 16 CAMOGIE, an Irish ga...
camomile 19 18 a creeping aromatic...
camoodis 17 15 CAMOODI, (Caribbean)...
camorras 17 14 CAMORRA, (Italian) a...
campagna 19 20 an open level tract...
campagne 19 20 CAMPAGNA, an open le...
campaign 20 20 to conduct an operat...
campanas 18 18 CAMPANA, (Latin) a c...
campfire 22 20 a fire to sit round...
camphane 20 20 a type of hydrocarbo...
camphene 20 20 an explosive liquid,...
camphine 21 20 an explosive liquid,...
camphire 22 19 an old spelling of c...
camphols 23 20 CAMPHOL, a rare vari...
camphone 20 20 a combined camera an...
camphors 22 19 CAMPHOR, a solid ess...
campiest 20 17 CAMPY, comically exa...
campings 21 20 CAMPING, the act of...
campions 19 18 CAMPION, any plant o...
campling 22 21 CAMPLE, to wrangle [...
campness 19 18 extravagance in mann...
campongs 20 20 CAMPONG, a Malay vil...
camporee 18 17 a gathering of Boy S...
campouts 20 18 CAMPOUT, a camping o...
campsite 20 17 an area suitable for...
campused 20 19 CAMPUS, to restrict...
campuses 20 18 CAMPUS, to restrict...
camshaft 22 19 a shaft fitted with...
camshoch 25 21 (Scots) crooked or d...
camstane 16 15 a type of white ston...
camstone 16 15 (Scots) a white argi...
camwhore 22 19 to perform sexual or...
camwoods 20 18 CAMWOOD, the wood of...
canaigre 16 14 (Spanish) a large Te...
canaille 17 14 (French) riffraff; t...
canakins 16 17 CANAKIN, a small can...
canaling 17 16 CANAL, to dig an art...
canalise 16 13 to dig an artificial...
canalize 19 22 to dig an artificial...
canalled 17 15 CANAL, to dig an art...
canaller 17 14 a freight boat [n -S...
canaried 15 13 CANARY, to prance ab...
canaries 15 12 CANARY, to prance ab...
canastas 15 12 CANASTA, (Spanish) a...
canaster 15 12 a kind of tobacco fo...
canbanks 18 20 CANBANK, the equival...
canceled 19 17 CANCEL, to cause not...
canceler 19 16 one who cancels, als...
cancelli 21 17 (Latin) the latticew...
cancered 18 16 affected with cancer...
cancrine 18 16 crabwise; (of verses...
cancroid 19 16 a type of slow-growi...
candelas 16 14 CANDELA, a unit of l...
candidal 17 15 of or like candida,...
candidas 16 14 CANDIDA, a parasitic...
candider 16 14 CANDID, frank and si...
candidly 24 17 CANDID, frank and si...
candirus 17 14 CANDIRU, a tiny S Am...
candlers 17 14 CANDLER, one whose j...
candling 18 17 CANDLE, to examine e...
candocks 20 20 CANDOCK, the yellow...
candours 16 14 CANDOUR, frankness,...
candying 23 18 CANDY, to coat with...
candyman 22 19 (US slang) a drug-pu...
candymen 22 19 CANDYMAN, (US slang)...
canegrub 19 18 any of various speci...
canellas 17 14 CANELLA, a genus of...
canephor 19 17 (Greek) a sculpted f...
caneware 17 15 articles made from c...
canfield 19 17 a card game adapted...
cangling 19 18 CANGLE, (Scots) to w...
canikins 17 17 CANIKIN, a small can...
caninity 22 15 the state of being a...
canistel 17 13 a Caribbean fruit [n...
canister 16 12 a small container, u...
canities 16 12 the turning grey of...
cankered 16 17 CANKER, to affect wi...
cannabic 20 19 of or like cannabis...
cannabin 16 17 a resin extracted fr...
cannabis 17 16 hemp; a narcotic dru...
cannachs 20 18 CANNACH, (Scots) a c...
cannelon 14 15 a stuffed roll [n -S...
cannibal 18 17 practising cannibali...
canniest 15 13 CANNIE, prudent, als...
cannikin 16 18 a small can or cup,...
cannings 16 16 CANNING, the busines...
cannolis 16 14 CANNOLI, a tube of p...
cannoned 13 15 CANNON, to collide w...
cannonry 20 16 artillery [n CANNONR...
cannulae 15 15 CANNULA, a tube inse...
cannular 16 15 like a cannula, holl...
cannulas 16 15 CANNULA, a tube inse...
canoeing 15 15 the act of travellin...
canoeist 15 12 one who engages in c...
canoeman 14 16 a canoeist [n CANOEM...
canoemen 14 16 CANOEMAN, a canoeist...
canoness 14 13 a woman living in a...
canonise 14 13 to declare to be a s...
canonist 15 13 a specialist in cano...
canonize 17 22 to declare to be a s...
canoodle 15 14 to kiss and cuddle [...
canopied 17 16 CANOPY, to cover fro...
canopies 17 15 CANOPY, to cover fro...
canorous 15 13 musical, resonant [a...
canstick 21 19 (Shakespeare) a cand...
cantalas 16 13 CANTALA, a coarse fi...
cantatas 15 12 CANTATA, a kind of v...
cantates 15 12 CANTATE, the 98th ps...
cantdogs 17 15 CANTDOG, a metal hoo...
canteens 14 13 CANTEEN, a container...
cantered 15 13 CANTER, to ride a ho...
canthari 18 14 CANTHARUS, a large t...
canthook 18 18 a metal hook on a lo...
canticle 20 16 a nonmetrical hymn,...
canticos 19 15 CANTICO, to dance as...
canticoy 25 17 to dance as an act o...
canticum 21 19 a canticle, a part-s...
cantiest 16 12 CANTY, (Scots) conte...
cantinas 15 13 CANTINA, (Spanish) a...
cantings 17 15 CANTING, the act of...
cantions 15 13 CANTION, (Spenser) a...
cantlets 17 13 CANTLET, a fragment...
cantling 18 16 CANTLE, to break a p...
cantonal 15 14 pertaining to a cant...
cantoned 14 14 CANTON, to divide in...
cantoris 16 12 to be sung on the no...
cantraip 18 15 (Scots) a charm; an...
cantraps 18 15 CANTRAP, a magic spe...
cantreds 16 13 CANTRED, (Welsh) a d...
cantrefs 18 15 CANTREF, (Welsh) a d...
cantrips 19 15 CANTRIP, (Scots) a c...
cantuses 16 13 CANTUS, (Latin) a me...
canulate 16 14 to insert a canula i...
canvased 17 17 CANVAS, to examine t...
canvaser 17 16 one who goes from do...
canvases 17 16 CANVAS, to examine t...
canzonas 17 22 CANZONA, (Italian) a...
canzones 17 22 CANZONE, (Italian) a...
canzonet 17 22 a short song [n -S]
capabler 21 18 CAPABLE, competent [...
capacity 28 19 the ability to recei...
capelans 18 16 CAPELAN, a small mar...
capelets 19 15 CAPELET, a small cap...
capeline 18 16 a small iron skullca...
capelins 19 16 CAPELIN, a small mar...
capellet 20 16 a swelling on a hors...
caperers 18 14 CAPERER, one who cap...
capering 19 17 CAPER, to leap or sk...
capeskin 19 19 a type of soft leath...
capework 22 21 a matador's performa...
capiases 18 14 CAPIAS, a writ autho...
capitals 20 15 CAPITAL, the upper p...
capitani 18 15 CAPITANO, (Italian)...
capitano 17 15 (Italian) a headman...
capitans 18 15 CAPITAN, (historical...
capitate 18 14 a bone of a primate'...
capitayn 24 17 (Spenser) a captain...
capitols 20 15 CAPITOL, a building...
capitula 20 16 CAPITULUM, a flower...
capmaker 20 21 one that makes caps...
capoeira 17 14 a martial art and da...
caponata 16 15 (Italian) a type of...
caponier 17 15 (French) a work made...
caponise 17 15 to castrate a rooste...
caponize 20 24 to castrate a rooste...
caporals 19 15 CAPORAL, a coarse, s...
capotted 18 15 CAPOT, to win all th...
cappings 22 20 CAPPING, a wax cover...
caprates 18 14 CAPRATE, a salt of c...
capreses 18 14 CAPRESE, (Italian) a...
capricci 26 20 CAPRICCIO, a free fo...
caprices 22 17 CAPRICE, a whim, an...
caprifig 23 19 the goat-fig, a spec...
capriole 19 15 (French) a leap and...
caproate 17 14 a salt of caproic ac...
caprocks 23 21 CAPROCK, an overlyin...
caprylic 30 20 applied to a type of...
capsicin 22 18 a liquid used as a f...
capsicum 24 21 a plant yielding (e....
capsidal 20 16 relating to a capsid...
capsizal 23 24 the overturning of a...
capsized 22 24 CAPSIZE, to overturn...
capsizes 22 23 CAPSIZE, to overturn...
capsomer 19 17 a protein forming a...
capstans 18 15 CAPSTAN, an upright...
capstone 17 15 the horizontal stone...
capsular 20 16 of or pertaining to...
capsuled 20 17 CAPSULE, to condense...
capsules 20 16 CAPSULE, to condense...
captains 18 15 CAPTAIN, to lead or...
captchas 24 19 CAPTCHA, a program t...
captions 18 15 CAPTION, to provide...
captious 19 15 tending to find faul...
captived 21 19 CAPTIVE, to make a p...
captives 21 18 CAPTIVE, to make a p...
captured 19 16 CAPTURE, to take by...
capturer 19 15 one who captures [n...
captures 19 15 CAPTURE, to take by...
capuccio 25 21 (Spenser) a cloak ho...
capuched 24 21 having a capuche [ad...
capuches 24 20 CAPUCHE, a cloak hoo...
capuchin 24 21 a South American mon...
capueras 18 15 CAPUERA, (Portuguese...
capybara 26 19 (Tupi) a large South...
carabaos 17 14 CARABAO, a water buf...
carabids 19 15 CARABID, a black car...
carabine 17 15 a rifle with a relat...
carabins 18 15 CARABIN, a rifle wit...
caracals 20 15 CARACAL, the desert...
caracara 18 14 (Spanish) any of sev...
caracole 19 15 to perform a half tu...
caracols 20 15 CARACOL, to perform...
caraculs 21 16 CARACUL, (Russian) a...
caragana 15 14 any of a genus of ha...
carageen 15 14 (Irish) a kind of da...
caramels 18 15 CARAMEL, a dark brow...
carangid 17 15 a marine fish [n -S]
carannas 14 13 CARANNA, a resinous...
carapace 20 17 the shell of an anim...
carassow 19 14 a quail-like bird of...
caraunas 15 13 CARAUNA, a resinous...
caravans 17 16 CARAVAN, to travel i...
caravels 19 16 CARAVEL, a small lig...
caraways 25 16 CARAWAY, an umbellif...
carbamic 23 20 pertaining to a type...
carbamyl 27 20 a radical derived fr...
carbarns 18 15 CARBARN, a garage fo...
carbaryl 26 17 a salt or ester of c...
carbeens 17 15 CARBEEN, (Native Aus...
carbenes 17 15 CARBENE, a neutral d...
carbides 19 15 CARBIDE, a carbon co...
carbines 18 15 CARBINE, a rifle wit...
carbinol 19 16 a monohydric alcohol...
carbolic 23 18 an acidic compound [...
carbonic 21 18 of or relating to ca...
carbonyl 25 18 the divalent group C...
carboras 18 14 CARBORA, a wood-bori...
carborne 17 15 travelling by car [a...
carboxyl 32 24 a univalent acid rad...
carboyed 24 17 having a carboy [adj...
carburet 19 15 to combine chemicall...
carcajou 21 24 a musteline animal,...
carcakes 20 18 CARCAKE, (Scots) a s...
carcanet 18 15 (obsolete) an orname...
carcased 19 15 CARCASE, to put a ca...
carcases 19 14 CARCASE, to put a ca...
carceral 20 15 pertaining to prison...
cardamom 18 18 a spice consisting o...
cardamon 16 16 a spice consisting o...
cardamum 19 19 a spice consisting o...
cardcase 19 15 a case or wallet for...
cardecue 19 16 an old French coin,...
cardecus 20 16 CARDECU, an old Fren...
cardiacs 20 15 CARDIAC, a person wi...
cardigan 17 15 a woollen jacket whi...
cardinal 17 14 a bright red bird [n...
cardings 18 15 CARDING, the process...
cardioid 17 13 a heart-shaped curve...
carditic 21 15 relating to carditis...
carditis 18 12 inflammation of the...
cardoons 15 13 CARDOON, a thistle-l...
careened 14 13 CAREEN, to turn (a s...
careener 14 12 one who careens [n -...
careered 15 12 CAREER, to go at ful...
careerer 15 11 one who careers [n -...
carefree 17 14 without worry [adj]
careless 17 12 inattentive; neglige...
careline 16 13 a telephone service...
caressed 16 12 CARESS, to touch lov...
caresser 16 11 one who caresses [n...
caresses 16 11 CARESS, to touch lov...
caretake 16 15 to take care of some...
caretook 16 15 CARETAKE, to take ca...
careware 18 14 computer software th...
careworn 18 15 showing signs of str...
carfares 18 14 CARFARE, payment for...
carfaxes 24 21 CARFAX, a place wher...
carfoxes 24 21 CARFOX, a place wher...
cargeese 16 13 CARGOOSE, the creste...
cargoing 18 16 CARGO, to load, weig...
cargoose 16 13 the crested grebe [n...
cariacou 19 15 an American deer, ak...
cariamas 17 14 CARIAMA, a large Sou...
cariboos 18 14 CARIBOO, (Native Ame...
caribous 19 15 CARIBOU, (Native Ame...
carieres 16 11 CARIERE, (obsolete)...
carillon 18 14 to play a set of bel...
carinate 15 12 shaped like the keel...
caringly 25 17 in the manner of sho...
cariocas 19 14 CARIOCA, a South Ame...
carioles 17 12 CARIOLE, (French) a...
carjacks 23 27 CARJACK, to hijack a...
carjacou 21 24 an American deer, al...
carlines 17 13 CARLINE, (Scots) an...
carlings 19 15 CARLING, a short tim...
carloads 17 13 CARLOAD, as much as...
carlocks 22 19 CARLOCK, Russian isi...
carmaker 18 18 an automobile manufa...
carmines 17 15 CARMINE, a vivid red...
carnages 16 14 CARNAGE, great and b...
carnally 24 16 CARNAL, pertaining t...
carnauba 17 16 (Tupi) a Brazilian p...
carneous 15 13 fleshy; of or like f...
carneyed 21 15 CARNEY, to coax, als...
carniest 16 12 CARNY, cunning [adj]
carnifex 24 22 an executioner, esp....
carnival 19 17 a travelling amuseme...
carnying 23 17 CARNY, to coax, also...
carnyxes 28 21 CARNYX, a long war t...
caroches 21 16 CAROCHE, a stately c...
carolers 17 12 CAROLER, one who sin...
caroling 18 15 singing carols, also...
carolled 18 14 CAROL, to sing joyou...
caroller 18 13 one who sings joyous...
caromels 18 15 CAROMEL, a dark brow...
caroming 18 17 CAROM, to collide wi...
carotene 14 12 any of a number of r...
carotids 17 12 CAROTID, a large art...
carotins 16 12 CAROTIN, any of a nu...
carousal 17 13 a boisterous drinkin...
caroused 16 13 CAROUSE, to engage i...
carousel 17 13 (French) a merry-go-...
carouser 16 12 one who carouses [n...
carouses 16 12 CAROUSE, to engage i...
carpales 19 15 CARPALE, a bone in t...
carpalia 19 15 CARPALE, a bone in t...
carpeted 18 15 CARPET, to cover a f...
carphone 19 17 a phone for use in a...
carpings 20 17 CARPING, the act of...
carpools 19 15 CARPOOL, to take tur...
carports 19 14 CARPORT, a covered p...
carracks 21 18 CARRACK, (historical...
carracts 20 14 CARRACT, (historical...
carraway 25 16 an umbelliferous pla...
carrects 20 14 CARRECT, (historical...
carrells 19 13 CARRELL, a desk for...
carriage 17 13 a wheeled horse-draw...
carriers 17 11 CARRIER, one that ca...
carriole 17 12 a small open carriag...
carrions 16 12 CARRION, dead and ro...
carritch 23 16 (Scots) a catechism...
carromed 17 15 CARROM, to collide w...
carrotin 16 12 a plant pigment, als...
carryall 25 15 a light four-wheeled...
carrycot 26 16 a cot for carrying a...
carrying 24 16 CARRY, to convey fro...
carryons 22 14 CARRYON, a fuss, a c...
carryout 23 14 a takeout order of f...
carshare 18 13 to share a car for t...
carspiel 20 15 a curling match in w...
cartable 19 15 able to be carted [a...
cartages 17 13 CARTAGE, the act of...
cartfuls 21 16 CARTFUL, the content...
cartload 17 13 a much as a cart can...
cartoned 15 13 CARTON, to pack in a...
cartoons 15 12 CARTOON, to sketch a...
cartoony 21 14 resembling a cartoon...
cartouch 22 17 (French) in Egyptian...
cartroad 16 12 a road used by carts...
cartways 26 16 CARTWAY, a way used...
carucage 20 17 a feudal tax levied...
carucate 19 15 (historical) as much...
caruncle 20 17 any fleshy growth on...
carvings 20 18 CARVING, a carved fi...
caryatic 26 16 of or like a caryati...
caryatid 23 14 a draped female figu...
caryotin 22 14 the nuclear material...
cascabel 22 18 the rear part of a c...
cascable 22 18 the rear part of a c...
cascaded 19 16 CASCADE, to fall lik...
cascades 19 15 CASCADE, to fall lik...
cascaras 19 14 CASCARA, a medicinal...
caschrom 23 19 a spade with a bent...
caseases 15 11 CASEASE, an enzyme d...
caseated 15 12 CASEATE, to become c...
caseates 15 11 CASEATE, to become c...
casebook 18 18 a law textbook [n -S...
casefied 18 15 CASEFY, to become or...
casefies 18 14 CASEFY, to become or...
caselaws 20 15 CASELAW, a law estab...
caseload 16 13 the number of cases...
casemate 16 14 a bombproof chamber...
casement 16 15 a vertically-hinged...
caseoses 15 11 CASEOSE, a water-sol...
casernes 15 12 CASERNE, a barracks...
casettes 16 11 CASETTE, a small cas...
casevacs 21 18 CASEVAC, to evacuate...
casework 20 18 a form of social wor...
caseworm 20 17 a caddisworm [n -S]
cashable 21 17 able to be cashed [a...
cashback 25 23 getting cash back on...
cashbook 21 20 a book of monetary r...
cashiers 19 13 CASHIER, to dismiss...
cashless 20 14 without cash [adj]
cashmere 19 16 a soft twilled fabri...
casimere 17 14 a twilled cloth of t...
casimire 18 14 a twilled cloth of t...
casketed 17 16 CASKET, to place in...
caskiest 18 15 CASKY, resembling a...
caspases 18 14 CASPASE, any of a gr...
cassabas 18 14 CASSABA, a variety o...
cassatas 16 11 CASSATA, (Italian) a...
cassavas 18 15 CASSAVA, a tropical...
cassenas 15 12 CASSENA, an American...
cassenes 15 12 CASSENE, an American...
cassette 16 11 a small case contain...
cassinas 16 12 CASSINA, an American...
cassines 16 12 CASSINE, an American...
cassinos 16 12 CASSINO, a card game...
cassiope 18 14 an evergreen shrub [...
cassises 17 11 CASSIS, (French) a b...
cassocks 21 18 CASSOCK, a close-fit...
cassones 15 12 CASSONE, (Italian) a...
casspirs 20 14 CASSPIR, (South Afri...
castable 19 15 able to be cast [adj...
castanet 15 12 a rhythm instrument...
castaway 25 16 an outcast [n -S]
casteism 18 14 the caste system esp...
castella 18 13 CASTELLUM, (Latin) a...
castered 16 12 having casters, smal...
castings 18 14 CASTING, something m...
castling 19 15 a type of move in ch...
castocks 21 18 CASTOCK, a cabbage s...
castoffs 21 17 CASTOFF, an item of...
castrate 16 11 to remove the testes...
castrati 17 11 CASTRATO, (Italian)...
castrato 16 11 (Italian) a male sin...
casually 25 16 CASUAL, accidental,...
casualty 24 15 a person injured or...
casuists 18 12 CASUIST, a sophist w...
catacomb 22 20 an underground cemet...
catalase 16 12 an enzyme that reduc...
cataloes 16 12 CATALO, a cross betw...
catalogs 18 14 CATALOG, to classify...
catalpas 19 15 CATALPA, a tree of t...
catalyse 23 14 to act as a catalyst...
catalyst 24 14 a substance that spe...
catalyze 26 23 to act at a catalyst...
catamite 17 14 a boy used in sodomy...
catapans 17 15 CATAPAN, the governo...
cataphor 20 16 (Greek) the use of a...
catapult 20 16 to hurl through the...
cataract 19 14 a waterfall [n -S]
catarrhs 19 13 CATARRH, inflammatio...
catastas 16 11 CATASTA, (Latin) a s...
catatony 21 14 a state of rigidity...
catawbas 21 17 CATAWBA, a well know...
catbirds 20 15 CATBIRD, an American...
catboats 18 14 CATBOAT, a kind of s...
catbriar 19 14 a thorny shrub, also...
catbrier 19 14 a thorny vine, also...
catcalls 22 16 CATCALL, to deride b...
catchall 24 18 something dealing wi...
catchcry 32 21 (Australia) a phrase...
catchers 22 16 CATCHER, one that ca...
catchfly 32 22 a name for a species...
catchier 22 16 CATCHY, pleasing and...
catchily 30 19 CATCHY [adv]
catching 23 19 the act of catching...
catchups 25 20 CATCHUP, a spicy tom...
catclaws 24 18 CATCLAW, a type of a...
catechin 21 17 one of the tannic ac...
catechol 22 17 a chemical used in p...
catechus 22 17 CATECHU, a resin use...
category 23 15 a division in any sy...
catelogs 18 14 CATELOG [v]
catenane 13 13 a chemical compound...
catenary 21 14 a curve of the kind...
catenate 14 12 to link together [v...
catenoid 15 13 the surface generate...
caterans 15 12 CATERAN, (Scots) a m...
caterers 16 11 CATERER, one that ca...
cateress 16 11 a woman who caters [...
catering 17 14 the business of cate...
catfaces 21 17 CATFACE, a deformity...
catfalls 21 16 CATFALL, a rope used...
catfight 23 18 a fight between two...
catflaps 22 18 CATFLAP, a small ope...
catfoods 18 15 CATFOOD, food for ca...
catheads 18 14 CATHEAD, a beam proj...
cathects 22 16 CATHECT, to invest w...
cathedra 18 14 a bishop's throne [n...
catheter 18 13 a tube which can be...
cathetus 19 14 a straight line perp...
cathexes 24 20 CATHEXIS, the invest...
cathexis 25 20 the investment of em...
cathisma 20 16 (Greek) a short hymn...
cathodal 19 15 relating to a cathod...
cathodes 18 14 CATHODE, a negativel...
cathodic 22 17 relating to a cathod...
catholes 19 14 CATHOLE, one of two...
catholic 23 17 universal, general [...
cathoods 18 14 CATHOOD, the state o...
cathouse 18 14 a brothel [n -S]
cationic 19 15 relating to a cation...
catjangs 19 23 CATJANG, a thickly b...
catlings 19 15 CATLING, a surgical...
catmints 18 15 CATMINT, an aromatic...
catnaper 17 15 one that steals cats...
catolyte 23 14 the electrolyte near...
catskins 18 16 CATSKIN, the skin of...
catspaws 22 17 CATSPAW, a light bre...
catsuits 18 12 CATSUIT, a type of o...
cattabus 19 15 CATTABU, a cross bet...
cattails 18 12 CATTAIL, any of vari...
cattalos 17 12 CATTALO, a cross bet...
cattiest 17 11 CATTY, spiteful [adj...
cattleya 23 14 a tropical orchid [n...
catwalks 22 19 CATWALK, a narrow wa...
catworks 21 18 the assemblage of mo...
catworms 21 17 CATWORM, a polychaet...
caucused 20 17 CAUCUS, to hold a po...
caucuses 20 16 CAUCUS, to hold a po...
caudally 25 17 CAUDAL, of or pertai...
caudated 16 14 having a tail [adj]
caudates 16 13 CAUDATE, a creature...
caudexes 22 20 CAUDEX, the woody ba...
caudices 20 16 CAUDEX, the woody ba...
caudicle 21 17 the stalk of the pol...
caudillo 19 15 (Spanish) in Spanish...
caudling 19 17 CAUDLE, to give a ca...
caudrons 16 14 CAUDRON, (Spenser) a...
cauldest 18 14 CAULD, (Scots) cold...
cauldron 17 15 a large kettle or bo...
caulicle 22 17 a short caulis or st...
caulkers 19 17 CAULKER, a big lie,...
caulking 20 20 the material used to...
caulomes 18 16 CAULOME, the structu...
causable 19 16 able to be caused [a...
causally 25 16 CAUSAL, relating to...
causerie 16 12 (French) a light and...
causeway 25 17 to build a raised ro...
causeyed 22 15 having a paved road...
caustics 21 15 CAUSTIC, a caustic s...
cautions 16 13 CAUTION, to warn [v]
cautious 17 13 exercising prudence...
cavalero 18 16 a horseman, also CAB...
cavalier 19 16 careless [adj CAVALI...
cavallas 20 17 CAVALLA, a large foo...
cavasses 18 15 CAVASS, an armed att...
cavatina 17 16 (Italian) a short op...
cavatine 17 16 CAVATINA, (Italian)...
caveated 17 16 CAVEAT, to enter a t...
caveator 17 15 one that files a cav...
cavefish 23 20 a fish that lives in...
cavelike 20 20 like an underground...
caverned 17 17 CAVERN, to hollow ou...
cavesson 17 16 a noseband for a hor...
cavettos 18 15 CAVETTO, a concave m...
caviares 18 15 CAVIARE, the roe of...
caviarie 18 15 (Shakespeare) caviar...
cavicorn 21 19 hollow-horned [adj]...
cavilers 20 16 CAVILER, one that ca...
caviling 21 19 CAVIL, to raise triv...
cavilled 21 18 CAVIL, to raise triv...
caviller 21 17 one that cavils, als...
cavitary 25 17 pertaining to the fo...
cavitate 18 15 to form cavities [v...
cavitied 19 16 having a cavity [adj...
cavities 19 15 CAVITY, an unfilled...
cavorted 18 16 CAVORT, to prance, c...
cavorter 18 15 one who cavorts [n -...
cayenned 20 16 containing cayenne [...
cayennes 20 15 CAYENNE, a very stro...
caziques 28 30 CAZIQUE, (Taino) a W...
ceasings 17 14 CEASING, an order to...
cecities 20 14 CECITY, blindness [n...
cecropia 21 17 a fast-growing tropi...
cecropin 21 18 a peptide with antib...
cedillas 19 14 CEDILLA, a mark plac...
cedrates 16 12 CEDRATE, a variety o...
ceilidhs 21 15 CEILIDH, (Gaelic) an...
ceilings 19 15 CEILING, the overhea...
ceinture 16 13 a belt for the waist...
celadons 16 14 CELADON, a pale gree...
celeriac 20 15 a vegetable, celery...
celeries 17 12 CELERY, a plant with...
celerity 24 14 swiftness [n CELERIT...
celestas 17 12 CELESTA, a keyboard...
celestes 17 12 CELESTE, a keyboard...
celibacy 29 20 abstention from sexu...
celibate 19 15 one who lives a life...
cellared 18 14 CELLAR, to store in...
cellarer 18 13 a monastery official...
cellaret 18 13 a cabinet for wine b...
cellings 20 16 CELLING, the act of...
cellists 20 13 CELLIST, one who pla...
cellmate 19 16 the person or person...
celloses 18 13 CELLOSE, a disacchar...
cellular 20 15 pertaining to a cell...
cellules 20 15 CELLULE, a small cel...
celomata 17 15 CELOM, a body cavity...
celosias 17 12 CELOSIA, an ornament...
cembalos 20 18 CEMBALO, a harpsicho...
cemented 16 16 CEMENT, to bind firm...
cementer 16 15 a person or thing th...
cementum 18 19 the hard tissue cove...
cemetery 23 16 a burial ground [n C...
cemitare 17 14 (Spenser) a scimitar...
cenacles 19 16 CENACLE, a dining ro...
cenobite 17 15 a monk who lives in...
cenotaph 19 17 a tomb or monument e...
cenozoic 21 24 relating to the most...
censored 15 13 CENSOR, to delete a...
censured 16 14 CENSURE, to condemn...
censurer 16 13 one who censures [n...
censures 16 13 CENSURE, to condemn...
censused 16 14 CENSUS, to take an o...
censuses 16 13 CENSUS, to take an o...
centages 16 14 CENTAGE, rate by the...
centares 15 12 CENTARE, a measure o...
centaurs 16 13 CENTAUR, a mythical...
centaury 22 15 a plant of the genus...
centavos 17 16 CENTAVO, a Portugues...
centered 15 13 CENTER, to place at...
centeses 15 12 CENTESIS, a surgical...
centesis 16 12 a surgical puncture...
centiare 15 12 a measure of land ar...
centiles 17 13 CENTILE, a value of...
centimes 17 15 CENTIME, (French) on...
centimos 17 15 CENTIMO, (Spanish) a...
centinel 16 14 (obsolete) a sentine...
centners 15 13 CENTNER, (German) an...
centoist 16 12 one who composes cen...
centonel 15 14 (Spenser) a sentinel...
centones 14 13 CENTO, a literary wo...
centrals 17 13 CENTRAL, a telephone...
centries 16 12 CENTRY, (Shakespeare...
centring 17 15 a temporary framewor...
centrism 18 15 a moderate political...
centrist 17 12 one who adheres to t...
centrode 15 13 a type of mathematic...
centroid 16 13 the centre of mass o...
centrums 18 16 CENTRUM, the body of...
centuple 19 17 to increase a hundre...
ceorlish 20 14 like a ceorl, churli...
cephalad 21 18 towards the head [ad...
cephalic 25 20 pertaining to the he...
cephalin 21 18 a compound of phosph...
cepheids 21 17 CEPHEID, a star of a...
ceramals 18 15 CERAMAL, a strong al...
ceramics 21 17 CERAMIC, an item mad...
ceramide 17 15 any of a family of l...
ceramist 18 14 one who makes cerami...
cerasins 16 12 CERASIN, the insolub...
cerastes 16 11 (Greek) any venomous...
ceratins 16 12 CERATIN, a nitrogeno...
ceratoid 16 12 resembling horn or k...
cercaria 19 14 (Latin) the final la...
cercises 20 14 CERCIS, any tree or...
cerclage 21 17 any of several proce...
cercopid 22 18 any member of the fa...
cerebral 19 15 relating to the brai...
cerebric 22 17 relating to the cere...
cerebrum 20 18 a part of the brain...
cerement 16 15 a waxed wrapping for...
ceremony 22 17 a formal observance...
ceresine 15 12 a kind of hard, whit...
ceresins 16 12 CERESIN, a kind of h...
cereuses 16 12 CEREUS, (Latin) a ge...
cernuous 16 14 of flowers and buds,...
cerotype 24 16 a process of engravi...
cerrados 16 12 CERRADO, an area of...
cerrises 17 11 CERRIS, (Latin) a sp...
cerulean 16 14 a sky-blue colour, a...
cerulein 17 14 a coal-tar dyestuff,...
cerumens 17 16 CERUMEN, (Latin) the...
cerusite 17 12 native lead carbonat...
cervelas 19 16 (French) a type of F...
cervelat 19 16 (French) a type of F...
cervezas 21 24 CERVEZA, (Spanish) b...
cervical 23 19 pertaining to the ce...
cervices 22 18 CERVIX, a necklike o...
cervicum 24 22 the flexible region...
cervixes 25 22 CERVIX, a necklike o...
cesarean 14 12 a method of child de...
cesarian 15 12 a method of child de...
cessions 16 12 CESSION, a yielding...
cesspits 20 14 CESSPIT, a covered w...
cesspool 19 15 a covered well or pi...
cestodes 16 12 CESTODE, any parasit...
cestoids 17 12 CESTOID, any parasit...
cestoses 16 11 CESTOS, a belt or gi...
cestuses 17 12 CESTUS, a hand cover...
cetacean 17 15 a type of aquatic ma...
ceterach 21 16 a kind of fern [n -S...
cetology 24 16 the study of whales...
cetywall 28 18 valerian, a plant fo...
ceviches 24 20 CEVICHE, in Mexican...
chabouks 22 21 CHABOUK, a type of h...
chachkas 25 22 CHACHKA, (Yiddish) a...
chacking 24 23 CHACK, to pinch or n...
chaconne 19 18 (French) a Spanish b...
chadarim 20 17 CHEDER, (Hebrew) a r...
chaddars 19 15 CHADDAR, the large v...
chaddors 19 15 CHADDOR, the large v...
chadless 20 15 without a chad [adj]
chaebols 21 17 CHAEBOL, a group of...
chaffers 23 19 CHAFFER, to bargain...
chaffery 29 21 the act of trading [...
chaffier 23 19 CHAFFY, worthless [a...
chaffing 24 22 CHAFF, to poke fun a...
chaffron 22 20 a piece of leather,...
chagrins 20 16 CHAGRIN, to humiliat...
chainers 18 14 CHAINER, one who cha...
chaining 19 17 CHAIN, to bind with...
chainlet 19 15 a small chain [n -S]
chainman 18 18 a surveyor's assista...
chainmen 18 18 CHAINMAN, a surveyor...
chainsaw 21 17 to cut with a power...
chairing 20 16 CHAIR, to install in...
chairman 19 17 the presiding office...
chairmen 19 17 CHAIRMAN, the presid...
chalaned 18 16 CHALAN, in India, to...
chalazae 21 23 CHALAZA, a band of t...
chalazal 23 24 of or pertaining to...
chalazas 22 23 CHALAZA, a band of t...
chalazia 22 23 CHALAZION, a swollen...
chalcids 24 18 CHALCID, any small p...
chalders 20 15 CHALDER, an old Scot...
chaldron 19 16 an old unit of capac...
chaliced 23 18 of flowers, cuplike...
chalices 23 17 CHALICE, a drinking...
chalkier 21 18 CHALKY, resembling c...
chalking 22 21 CHALK, to mark with...
chalkpit 24 21 a quarry of chalk [n...
challahs 23 17 CHALLAH, (Hebrew) a...
challans 20 16 CHALLAN, a waybill;...
challies 21 15 CHALLIE, a soft ligh...
challoth 23 17 CHALLAH, (Hebrew) a...
chalones 18 15 CHALONE, one of a gr...
chalonic 22 18 relating to a chalon...
chalupas 22 18 CHALUPA, a fried cor...
chamades 19 17 CHAMADE, (historical...
chambers 22 19 CHAMBER, to put in a...
chambray 28 21 a lightweight fabric...
chamelot 20 17 (Spenser) a strong w...
chamfers 22 19 CHAMFER, to channel...
chamfron 21 20 a piece of leather,...
chamisal 21 17 a thicket of chamiso...
chamisas 20 16 CHAMISA, a Californi...
chamises 20 16 CHAMISE, a Californi...
chamisos 20 16 CHAMISO, a Californi...
chamlets 21 17 CHAMLET, a strong wa...
chammied 21 20 CHAMMY, to clean wit...
chammies 21 19 CHAMMY, to clean wit...
champaca 24 22 (Hindi) an East Indi...
champacs 25 22 CHAMPAC, (Hindi) an...
champaks 23 23 CHAMPAK, (Hindi) an...
champart 22 19 the division of the...
champers 22 19 CHAMPER, one who cha...
champier 22 19 CHAMPY, broken up by...
champing 23 22 CHAMP, to chew noisi...
champion 21 20 to defend or support...
chancels 22 18 CHANCEL, the part of...
chancers 21 17 CHANCER, an opportun...
chancery 27 19 a court of public re...
chancier 21 17 CHANCY, risky, also...
chancily 29 20 CHANCY, risky, also...
chancing 22 20 CHANCE, to risk [v]
chancres 21 17 CHANCRE, a hard nodu...
chandler 19 16 a dealer in provisio...
chanfron 19 18 a piece of leather,...
changers 19 16 CHANGER, one that ch...
changeup 21 20 a type of baseball p...
changing 20 19 CHANGE, to make or b...
channels 18 16 CHANNEL, to direct a...
channers 17 15 CHANNER, (Scots) gra...
chanoyos 23 16 CHANOYO, a Japanese...
chanoyus 24 17 CHANOYU, a Japanese...
chansons 17 15 CHANSON, (French) a...
chantage 18 16 (French) blackmail t...
chanters 18 14 CHANTER, one who cha...
chanteys 24 16 CHANTEY, a song sung...
chanties 18 14 CHANTIE, a song sung...
chanting 19 17 singing [adj CHANTIN...
chantors 18 14 CHANTOR, one who cha...
chaology 26 18 the study of chaos [...
chaordic 22 17 having both chaos an...
chapatis 21 16 CHAPATI, a thin piec...
chapatti 21 16 (Hindi) a thin flat...
chapbook 23 23 a small book or pamp...
chapeaus 20 17 CHAPEAU, (French) a...
chapeaux 26 24 CHAPEAU, (French) a...
chapelry 28 19 the jurisdiction of...
chaperon 19 17 to accompany and sup...
chapiter 21 16 the capital of a a c...
chaplain 21 18 a Christian clergyma...
chapless 22 17 having no lower jaw;...
chaplets 22 17 CHAPLET, a wreath fo...
chappals 24 20 CHAPPAL, (Hindi) a t...
chappati 23 19 (Hindi) a thin flat...
chappess 23 19 a female chap, also...
chappier 23 19 CHAPPY, cracked [adj...
chappies 23 19 CHAPPIE, a familiar...
chapping 24 22 CHAP, to cause to cr...
chapters 21 16 CHAPTER, to divide a...
chaptrel 22 17 the capital of a pil...
chaqueta 26 23 a jacket worn by cow...
characid 22 17 any carnivorous fres...
characin 21 17 any carnivorous fres...
characts 22 16 CHARACT, (obsolete)...
charades 18 14 CHARADE, (French) a...
charanga 18 16 (Spanish) a type of...
charango 18 16 a small South Americ...
charases 18 13 CHARAS, (Hindi) the...
charcoal 22 17 to draw or blacken w...
charette 18 13 a meeting for brains...
chargers 20 15 CHARGER, a flat dish...
charging 21 18 the act of making a...
charidee 18 14 a jocular word for c...
chariest 19 13 CHARY, discreetly ca...
chariots 19 13 CHARIOT, to ride in...
charisma 20 16 a special magnetic a...
charisms 21 16 CHARISM, a special m...
charkhas 22 19 CHARKHA, a spinning...
charking 21 20 CHARK, to burn wood...
charlady 26 17 a cleaning woman [n...
charleys 26 16 CHARLEY, a fool, als...
charlier 20 14 as in charlier shoe,...
charlies 20 14 CHARLIE, a fool, als...
charlock 24 21 a weedy plant with y...
charmers 20 16 CHARMER, one that ch...
charmful 24 21 full of charm [adj]
charming 21 19 having charm [adj CH...
charneco 20 17 (Shakespeare) a kind...
charnels 19 15 CHARNEL, a room wher...
charoset 18 13 a dish eaten at Pass...
charpais 21 16 CHARPAI, an Indian b...
charpies 21 16 CHARPIE, shredded li...
charpoys 27 18 CHARPOY, a string fr...
charquid 28 24 made into charqui, j...
charquis 28 23 CHARQUI, jerked beef...
charrier 19 13 CHARRY, resembling c...
charring 20 16 CHAR, to burn slight...
charters 19 13 CHARTER, to lease or...
charting 20 16 CHART, to map out [v...
chartism 21 16 the use of charts in...
chartist 20 13 one who uses charts...
charvers 21 17 CHARVER, (dialect) a...
chasings 20 16 CHASING, a design en...
chasmier 20 16 CHASMY, full of chas...
chasseed 18 14 CHASSE, to perform a...
chasseur 19 14 a cavalry soldier [n...
chastely 26 16 CHASTE, sexually vir...
chastens 18 14 CHASTEN, to chastise...
chastest 19 13 CHASTE, sexually vir...
chastise 19 13 to discipline by pun...
chastity 26 15 moral purity [n CHAS...
chasuble 22 18 a sleeveless ecclesi...
chatbots 21 16 CHATBOT, a program w...
chatchka 25 22 a knicknack, also CH...
chatchke 25 22 a knicknack, also CH...
chateaus 18 14 CHATEAU, a large cou...
chateaux 24 21 CHATEAU, a large cou...
chatline 19 15 a television service...
chatroom 19 16 a real-time online d...
chattels 20 14 CHATTEL, any kind of...
chatters 19 13 CHATTER, to talk idl...
chattery 25 15 loquacious [adj]
chattier 19 13 CHATTY, talkative [a...
chatties 19 13 CHATTY, a type of wa...
chattily 27 16 CHATTY, talkative [a...
chatting 20 16 CHAT, to talk inform...
chaufers 21 17 CHAUFER, a metal box...
chauffed 23 21 CHAUFF, (Spenser) to...
chauffer 23 20 a metal box for hold...
chaufing 22 20 CHAUFE, (Spenser) to...
chaumers 20 17 CHAUMER, (Scots) a r...
chaunced 21 19 CHAUNCE, (obsolete)...
chaunces 21 18 CHAUNCE, (obsolete)...
chaunged 19 18 CHAUNGE, (obsolete)...
chaunges 19 17 CHAUNGE, (obsolete)...
chaunted 18 16 CHAUNT, to sing, als...
chaunter 18 15 a singer; a precento...
chauntry 25 17 a chapel or altar bu...
chausses 19 14 pantaloons or tight...
chauvins 21 19 CHAUVIN, (French) on...
chavette 20 17 a female chav [n -S]
chavvier 23 21 CHAVVY, like a chav...
chawdron 21 18 (Shakespeare) the en...
chayotes 24 15 CHAYOTE, a tropical...
chayroot 24 15 the root of the chay...
chazanim 22 26 CHAZAN, (Hebrew) a c...
chazzans 24 32 CHAZZAN, (Hebrew) a...
chazzens 24 32 CHAZZEN, (Hebrew) a...
cheapens 19 17 CHEAPEN, to lower th...
cheapest 20 16 CHEAP, inexpensive [...
cheapies 20 16 CHEAPIE, (colloquial...
cheaping 21 19 CHEAP, to take a che...
cheapish 23 18 somewhat cheap [adj...
cheaters 18 13 CHEATER, one that ch...
cheatery 24 15 a cheating [n CHEATE...
cheating 19 16 deceiving [adj CHEAT...
chechako 24 22 (Native American) a...
chechias 24 18 CHECHIA, (French) a...
checkbox 31 30 a small box on a com...
checkers 23 20 CHECKER, to divide i...
checkier 23 20 CHECKY, chequered [a...
checking 24 23 the act of making a...
checkoff 27 26 a marking off on a l...
checkout 23 21 the cash desk at a s...
checkrow 26 23 to plant in rows tha...
checksum 25 24 a numerical summary...
checkups 26 24 CHECKUP, an examinat...
chedarim 20 17 CHEDER, (Hebrew) a r...
cheddars 19 15 CHEDDAR, any of seve...
cheddary 25 17 like cheddar cheese...
cheddite 19 15 a mixture of castor...
chedites 19 14 CHEDITE, a mixture o...
cheekful 23 22 as much as a cheek c...
cheekier 19 17 CHEEKY, impudent [ad...
cheekily 27 20 CHEEKY, impudent [ad...
cheeking 20 20 CHEEK, to speak impu...
cheepers 20 16 CHEEPER, a young bir...
cheeping 21 19 CHEEP, to chirp [v]
cheerers 18 13 CHEERER, one who che...
cheerful 22 18 in good spirits [adj...
cheerier 18 13 CHEERY, cheerful [ad...
cheerily 26 16 CHEERY, cheerful [ad...
cheering 19 16 the act of encouragi...
cheerios 18 13 CHEERIO, goodbye, al...
cheerled 19 15 CHEERLEAD, to lead i...
cheesier 18 13 CHEESY, resembling a...
cheesily 26 16 CHEESY, resembling a...
cheesing 19 16 CHEESE, to stop it [...
cheetahs 20 15 CHEETAH, a hunting c...
cheewink 22 21 an American bird of...
chefdoms 22 20 CHEFDOM, the status...
cheffier 23 19 CHEFFY, relating to...
cheffing 24 22 CHEF, to work as a c...
chekists 21 17 CHEKIST, a member of...
chelated 19 15 CHELATE, to combine...
chelates 19 14 CHELATE, to combine...
chelator 19 14 an agent causing che...
cheliped 22 18 one of the pair of l...
chellups 24 19 CHELLUP, (dialect) n...
cheloids 20 15 CHELOID, a hard grow...
chelones 18 15 CHELONE, a genus of...
chelping 23 20 CHELP, (Northern Eng...
chemical 24 20 related to chemistry...
chemises 20 16 CHEMISE, (French) a...
chemisms 22 19 CHEMISM, chemical ac...
chemists 21 16 CHEMIST, one versed...
chemmies 21 19 CHEMMY, a card game,...
chemurgy 28 21 a branch of applied...
chenille 20 16 (French) a velvety s...
chenixes 24 21 CHENIX, an ancient G...
chenopod 19 18 any flowering plant...
chequers 27 23 CHEQUER, to divide i...
chequier 27 23 CHEQUY, checkered, a...
chequing 28 26 as in chequing accou...
cheroots 18 13 CHEROOT, a square-cu...
cherried 19 14 CHERRY, to cheer [v]
cherrier 19 13 CHERRY, ruddy [adj]
cherries 19 13 CHERRY, a fruit [n]
chertier 19 13 CHERTY, resembling c...
cherubic 25 20 like a cherub, also...
cherubim 23 20 CHERUB, an angel [n]
cherubin 21 18 (Shakespeare) a cher...
cheruped 21 18 CHERUP, to chirp, al...
chervils 23 18 CHERVIL, an aromatic...
cheshire 21 15 a hard English chees...
chesnuts 19 15 CHESNUT, a chestnut...
chessels 20 14 CHESSEL, a cheese-mo...
chessman 19 17 a piece for a board...
chessmen 19 17 CHESSMAN, a piece fo...
chestful 23 18 as much as a chest c...
chestier 19 13 CHESTY, suffering fr...
chestily 27 16 CHESTY, suffering fr...
chesting 20 16 CHEST, to hit a ball...
chestnut 19 15 a tree of genus Cast...
chetniks 20 18 CHETNIK, a Serbian r...
chetrums 21 17 CHETRUM, a monetary...
chevalet 21 18 (French) the bridge...
cheverel 21 18 soft, flexible, kids...
cheveril 22 18 soft, flexible, kids...
cheveron 19 18 a kid glove [n -S]
cheverye 26 19 (Spenser) an Irish c...
cheville 23 19 the peg of a stringe...
cheviots 21 17 CHEVIOT, a coarse he...
chevrets 21 17 CHEVRET, a cheese ma...
chevrons 20 18 CHEVRON, a pattern c...
chevrony 26 20 adorned with chevron...
chevying 28 22 CHEVY, to chase abou...
chewable 24 20 able to be chewed [a...
chewiest 22 16 CHEWY, not easily ch...
chewinks 23 21 CHEWINK, an American...
chiacked 23 21 CHIACK, (Australian...
chiantis 19 14 CHIANTI, (Italian) a...
chiasmal 21 17 pertaining to a chia...
chiasmas 20 16 CHIASMA, a connectio...
chiasmic 24 19 relating to chiasmus...
chiasmus 21 17 the inversion of the...
chiastic 23 16 relating to chiasmus...
chiaused 19 15 CHIAUS, to cheat, sw...
chiauses 19 14 CHIAUS, to cheat, sw...
chibbing 25 22 CHIB, to slash with...
chibouks 23 21 CHIBOUK, a long stra...
chicanas 21 17 CHICANA, (US, deroga...
chicaned 21 18 CHICANE, to quibble...
chicaner 21 17 a person who chicane...
chicanes 21 17 CHICANE, to quibble...
chicanos 21 17 CHICANO, (Spanish) a...
chiccory 32 21 succory, a blue-flow...
chichier 25 18 CHICHI, elaborately...
chickees 23 20 CHICKEE, a stilt hou...
chickens 23 21 CHICKEN, to loose on...
chickory 30 22 a perennial herb, al...
chickpea 25 23 a dwarf pea grown fo...
chicness 22 17 being chic [n -ES]
chidings 21 17 CHIDING, a scolding...
chiefdom 22 20 the domain of a chie...
chiefery 27 18 an Irish chieftaincy...
chiefess 21 16 a female chief [n -E...
chiefest 21 16 CHIEF, important [ad...
chiffons 23 20 CHIFFON, a sheer fab...
chiffony 29 22 like chiffon [adj]
chigetai 20 15 (Mongolian) a wild a...
chiggers 22 17 CHIGGER, a parasitic...
chignons 19 17 CHIGNON, (French) a...
chikaras 20 17 CHIKARA, (Hindi) a f...
chikhors 23 19 CHIKHOR, an Indian p...
childbed 23 19 the condition of a w...
childing 22 18 CHILD, to bring fort...
childish 24 17 like a child [adj CH...
children 20 16 CHILD, a young perso...
chiliads 21 15 CHILIAD, a group of...
chiliasm 22 17 the doctrine that Ch...
chiliast 21 14 one who believes in...
chilidog 22 17 a hot dog topped wit...
chillada 21 16 (Spanish) in Mexican...
chillers 22 15 CHILLER, a frighteni...
chillest 22 15 CHILL, cool [adj]
chillier 22 15 CHILLY, cool [adj]
chillies 22 15 CHILLI, a hot pepper...
chillily 30 18 CHILLY, cool [adv]
chilling 23 18 causing a chill [adj...
chillums 24 19 CHILLUM, the part of...
chilopod 22 18 a member of the orde...
chimaera 19 16 a mythical or geneti...
chimbley 30 22 a chimney, also CHIM...
chimenea 18 17 a freestanding firep...
chimeras 20 16 CHIMERA, an imaginar...
chimeres 20 16 CHIMERE, (French) a...
chimeric 24 19 of the nature of a c...
chimerid 21 17 a fish of the genus...
chiminea 19 17 a free-standing fire...
chimleys 28 19 CHIMLEY, a chimney,...
chimneys 26 19 CHIMNEY, to proceed...
chinaman 18 18 a tricky ball bowled...
chinamen 18 18 CHINAMAN, a tricky b...
chinampa 21 20 a floating garden of...
chinbone 19 18 the lower jaw [n -S]
chinched 24 20 CHINCH, to fill in t...
chinches 24 19 CHINCH, to fill in t...
chindits 20 15 CHINDIT, an Allied f...
chinkara 19 18 a four-horned Indian...
chinkier 20 18 CHINKY, full of crac...
chinkies 20 18 CHINKIE, (colloquial...
chinking 21 21 CHINK, to fill up cr...
chinless 20 15 without a chin [adj]
chinning 19 18 CHIN, to hold with t...
chinones 17 15 CHINONE, a golden-ye...
chinooks 19 18 CHINOOK, (Native Ame...
chinsing 20 17 CHINSE, to fill in t...
chintses 19 14 CHINTS, a glazed pri...
chintzes 22 23 CHINTZ, a glazed pri...
chinwags 23 19 CHINWAG, to chat [v]
chipmuck 28 27 a small rodent, also...
chipmunk 24 25 a small rodent, also...
chipotle 22 17 a smoked and dried j...
chippers 24 19 CHIPPER, to twitter,...
chippier 24 19 CHIPPY, belligerent...
chippies 24 19 CHIPPIE, (colloquial...
chipping 25 22 a small piece of woo...
chipsets 22 16 CHIPSET, a functiona...
chiragra 20 15 gout in the hand [n...
chirkest 21 17 CHIRK, cheerful [adj...
chirking 22 20 CHIRK, to squeak [v]
chirling 22 17 CHIRL, (Scots) to em...
chirming 22 19 CHIRM, to cry out, c...
chirpers 22 16 CHIRPER, a little bi...
chirpier 22 16 CHIRPY, cheerful [ad...
chirpily 30 19 CHIRPY, cheerful [ad...
chirping 23 19 a sound made by bird...
chirring 21 16 CHIRRE, to chirp lik...
chirrups 23 17 CHIRRUP, to chirp re...
chirrupy 29 19 cheerful, chirpy [ad...
chirting 21 16 CHIRT, to squeeze, s...
chiseled 20 15 CHISEL, to use a cut...
chiseler 20 14 one who chisels; a s...
chitchat 25 18 to indulge in small...
chitling 22 17 part of the small in...
chitlins 21 15 CHITLIN, part of the...
chitosan 18 14 a compound derived f...
chitters 20 13 CHITTER, to shiver o...
chittier 20 13 CHITTY, childish [ad...
chitties 20 13 CHITTY, a short lett...
chitting 21 16 CHIT, to sprout [v]
chivalry 29 20 knightly behaviour,...
chivaree 20 17 to perform a mock se...
chivvied 24 22 CHIVVY, to chase abo...
chivvies 24 21 CHIVVY, to chase abo...
chivving 25 24 CHIV, to cur with a...
chivying 29 22 CHIVY, to chase abou...
chizzing 27 34 CHIZZ, to swindle, a...
chloasma 20 17 a skin discoloration...
chlorals 21 15 CHLORAL, a white cry...
chlorate 19 14 a chlorine compound...
chlordan 19 16 a toxic compound of...
chloride 20 15 a compound of chlori...
chlorids 21 15 CHLORID, a compound...
chlorine 19 15 a yellowish-green ha...
chlorins 20 15 CHLORIN, a yellowish...
chlorite 20 14 a chlorine compound...
chlorous 20 15 of chlorine; as, chl...
chobdars 21 17 CHOBDAR, in the Indi...
choccier 25 19 CHOCCY, having the t...
choccies 25 19 CHOCCY, chocolate [n...
chockful 27 25 full to the limit [a...
chocking 24 23 CHOCK, to secure wit...
choctaws 25 19 CHOCTAW, a type of s...
choicely 29 19 CHOICE, of fine qual...
choicest 22 16 CHOICE, of fine qual...
choirboy 27 18 a boy who sings in a...
choiring 20 16 CHOIR, to sing in ch...
choirman 19 17 a male chorister [n...
choirmen 19 17 CHOIRMAN, a male cho...
chokidar 20 18 (Urdu) a watchman, a...
chokiest 20 17 CHOKY, tending to ca...
cholates 19 14 CHOLATE, a salt of c...
cholemia 20 17 an accumulation of b...
cholents 19 15 CHOLENT, a Jewish st...
choleras 19 14 CHOLERA, an acute an...
choleric 23 17 bad-tempered [adj CH...
choliamb 23 20 a verse having an ia...
cholines 19 15 CHOLINE, an alcohol...
chollers 21 15 (English dialect) ch...
chommies 21 19 CHOMMIE, (South Afri...
chompers 22 19 CHOMPER, one who cho...
chomping 23 22 CHOMP, to chew vigor...
chondral 19 16 relating to a chondr...
chondres 18 15 CHONDRE, a spheroida...
chondrin 18 16 an elastic, gelatino...
chondrus 19 16 a cartilage [n CHOND...
choofing 21 19 CHOOF, (Australian s...
chookies 19 17 CHOOKIE, (Australian...
chooking 20 20 CHOOK, to make a sou...
choosers 18 13 CHOOSER, one who cho...
choosier 18 13 CHOOSY, difficult to...
choosily 26 16 CHOOSY [adv]
choosing 19 16 CHOOSE, to select by...
chopines 20 17 CHOPINE, a high clog...
choppers 23 19 CHOPPER, to travel b...
choppier 23 19 CHOPPY, full of irre...
choppily 31 22 CHOPPY, full of irre...
chopping 24 22 the act of chopping...
choragic 23 18 relating to a chorag...
choragus 20 16 a leader of a choir,...
chorales 19 14 CHORALE, a simple ha...
chorally 27 17 CHORAL, relating to...
chordate 18 14 an animal having a b...
chordees 18 14 CHORDEE, a painful e...
chording 20 17 the playing, singing...
choreboy 26 18 a boy used to do odd...
choregic 23 18 relating to a choreg...
choregus 20 16 a leader of a choir,...
choreman 18 17 a menial worker [n C...
choremen 18 17 CHOREMAN, a menial w...
choreoid 18 14 relating to the chor...
choriamb 22 19 a metrical foot comp...
chorines 18 14 CHORINE, (US slang)...
chorioid 19 14 of or resembling a c...
chorions 18 14 CHORION, the outer f...
chorises 19 13 CHORISIS, the multip...
chorisis 20 13 the multiplication o...
chorisms 21 16 CHORISM, the multipl...
chorists 20 13 CHORIST, a member of...
chorizos 22 22 CHORIZO, a highly sp...
choroids 19 14 CHOROID, the dark br...
chorries 19 13 CHORRIE, (Afrikaans)...
chortens 18 14 CHORTEN, a Tibetan s...
chortled 20 15 CHORTLE, to chuckle...
chortler 20 14 one who chortles [n...
chortles 20 14 CHORTLE, to chuckle...
chorused 19 15 CHORUS, to sing in u...
choruses 19 14 CHORUS, to sing in u...
choultry 27 17 a shed used for asse...
chounter 18 15 to mutter, grumble,...
chousers 19 14 CHOUSER, a swindler...
choushes 21 16 CHOUSH, a cheat, a s...
chousing 20 17 CHOUSE, to swindle,...
chowchow 30 24 a relish of mixed pi...
chowders 22 17 CHOWDER, to make a t...
chowdown 24 21 the act of eating a...
chowries 22 16 CHOWRY, (Hindi) a wh...
chowsing 23 19 CHOWSE, to swindle,...
chowtime 23 19 meal-time [n -S]
chresard 19 14 the total quantity o...
chrismal 22 17 a veil used in chris...
chrismon 20 17 a Christian monogram...
chrisoms 21 16 CHRISOM, a white rob...
christen 19 14 to baptise [v -ED, -...
christie 20 13 a kind of turn in sk...
christom 21 16 a white robe put on...
chromate 19 16 a compound of chromi...
chromels 21 17 CHROMEL, an alloy of...
chromene 18 17 a chemical compound...
chromide 20 17 a tropical freshwate...
chromier 20 16 CHROMY, decorated wi...
chroming 21 19 the act of plating w...
chromise 20 16 to chrome, also CHRO...
chromite 20 16 a black submetallic...
chromium 22 20 a metallic element [...
chromize 23 25 to chrome, also CHRO...
chromoly 27 19 a steel alloy of chr...
chromous 20 17 of chromium in lower...
chromyls 28 19 CHROMYL, a bivalent...
chronaxy 30 23 a time constant in t...
chronics 22 17 CHRONIC, a chronic i...
chronons 17 15 CHRONON, a unit of t...
chthonic 24 19 pertaining to the ea...
chubasco 24 20 a violent thundersto...
chubbier 24 20 CHUBBY, plump, short...
chubbily 32 23 CHUBBY, plump, short...
chuckers 24 21 CHUCKER, a bowler wh...
chuckies 24 21 CHUCKIE, a chicken,...
chucking 25 24 CHUCK, to chuck [v]
chuckled 25 23 CHUCKLE, to laugh qu...
chuckler 25 22 one who chuckles [n...
chuckles 25 22 CHUCKLE, to laugh qu...
chuddahs 22 18 CHUDDAH, the large v...
chuddars 20 16 CHUDDAR, the large v...
chudders 20 16 CHUDDER, the large v...
chuddies 20 16 CHUDDY, (Australian...
chuffest 24 20 CHUFF, gruff [adj]
chuffier 24 20 CHUFFY, fat or puffe...
chuffing 25 23 CHUFF, to make a ser...
chugalug 23 20 to drink without pau...
chuggers 22 18 CHUGGER, a charity w...
chugging 23 21 CHUG, to move with a...
chukkars 22 22 CHUKKAR, (Hindi) a p...
chukkers 22 22 CHUKKER, (Hindi) a p...
chumleys 28 20 CHUMLEY, a chimney,...
chummage 22 22 a fee paid by a pris...
chummier 22 20 CHUMMY, friendly [ad...
chummies 22 20 CHUMMY, a chum, a cr...
chummily 30 23 CHUMMY, friendly [ad...
chumming 23 23 CHUM, to be close fr...
chumping 24 23 the practice of coll...
chumship 26 22 friendship [n -S]
chunders 19 16 CHUNDER, (Australian...
chunkier 20 19 CHUNKY, in chunks, s...
chunkily 28 22 CHUNKY, in chunks, s...
chunking 21 22 the act of grouping...
chunnels 19 17 CHUNNEL, the tunnel...
chunners 18 16 CHUNNER, to mutter,...
chunters 19 15 CHUNTER, to mutter,...
chupatis 22 17 CHUPATI, (Hindi) a t...
chupatti 22 17 (Hindi) a thin flat...
chupatty 28 19 (Hindi) a thin flat...
chuppahs 26 22 CHUPPAH, a Jewish we...
chuppoth 26 22 CHUPPAH, a Jewish we...
churched 25 20 CHURCH, to bring to...
churches 25 19 CHURCH, to bring to...
churchly 33 22 pertaining to a chur...
churidar 20 15 (Hindi) as in churid...
churinga 20 17 (Native Australian)...
churlish 24 17 like a churl, vulgar...
churners 19 15 CHURNER, a person wh...
churning 20 18 the butter churned a...
churring 21 17 CHURR, to make a vib...
chutists 21 14 CHUTIST, a parachuti...
chutnees 18 15 CHUTNEE, (Hindi) a w...
chutneys 25 17 CHUTNEY, (Hindi) a w...
chutzpah 27 28 (Yiddish) supreme se...
chutzpas 25 26 CHUTZPA, (Yiddish) s...
chyacked 29 23 CHYACK, (Australian...
chyluria 27 17 a morbid condition i...
chymists 28 18 CHYMIST, (archaic) a...
chymosin 26 19 rennin [n -S]
chytrids 27 16 CHYTRID, a primitive...
ciabatta 18 14 (Italian) a kind of...
ciabatte 18 14 CIABATTA, (Italian)...
cibation 18 15 a process used by al...
ciborium 21 18 a vessel for holding...
ciboules 20 16 CIBOULE, a variety o...
cicatrix 27 21 the scar of a healed...
cicelies 21 15 CICELY, a fragrant h...
cicerone 18 15 (Italian) a guide es...
ciceroni 19 15 CICERONE, (Italian)...
cichlids 25 18 CICHLID, any teleost...
cichloid 24 18 like a cichlid, any...
cicinnus 20 17 a way in which flowe...
cicisbei 23 17 CICISBEO, a lover of...
cicisbeo 22 17 a lover of a married...
ciclaton 20 16 (obsolete) a costly...
cicorees 19 14 CICOREE, a perennial...
cicutine 20 16 a poisonous alkaloid...
ciderkin 18 17 a type of weak cider...
cielings 19 15 CIELING, a ceiling [...
cigarets 18 13 CIGARET, finely-cut...
cilantro 17 13 a herb used in cooki...
ciliated 18 13 having cilia, fine h...
ciliates 18 12 CILIATE, a member of...
cimbalom 22 21 a kind of Hungarian...
ciminite 18 15 a rock containing ol...
cimolite 19 15 a type of clay, or h...
cinching 23 20 CINCH, to bind firml...
cinchona 20 18 (Quechua) a tree yie...
cincture 20 16 to gird or surround...
cindered 16 14 CINDER, to reduce to...
cineaste 15 12 a devotee of motion...
cineasts 16 12 CINEAST, a devotee o...
cineoles 16 13 CINEOLE, a liquid us...
cineplex 25 23 a multiple cinema co...
cinerary 22 14 pertaining to ashes,...
cinereal 16 13 relating to cinerea,...
cinereas 15 12 CINEREA, the grey ma...
cinerins 16 13 CINERIN, a pyrethrum...
cingular 19 16 ring-shaped, encircl...
cingulum 21 20 a girdle-like struct...
cinnabar 17 16 the principal ore of...
cinnamic 20 19 pertaining to, or ob...
cinnamon 15 17 the spicy bark of a...
cinnamyl 24 19 a radical found in c...
cinquain 24 23 a stanza of five lin...
cioppino 20 18 (Italian) a spicy fi...
cipaille 21 16 (French) a pie with...
ciphered 21 17 CIPHER, to work at a...
cipherer 21 16 one who ciphers [n -...
cipolins 20 16 CIPOLIN, (Italian) a...
circiter 21 14 (Latin) formerly use...
circlers 22 15 CIRCLER, one who enc...
circlets 22 15 CIRCLET, a ring-shap...
circling 23 18 the act of circling...
circlips 25 18 CIRCLIP, a spring wa...
circuits 22 15 CIRCUIT, to move aro...
circuity 28 17 a roundabout course...
circular 22 16 in the shape of a ci...
circuses 21 15 CIRCUS, a public ent...
circussy 28 17 pertaining to a circ...
cirriped 20 15 a barnacle or other...
cirruses 18 12 CIRRUS, (Latin) a ty...
ciseleur 18 13 (French) a chaser (o...
ciselure 18 13 (French) the art of...
cislunar 18 14 situated between the...
cissiest 18 11 CISSY, timid, also S...
cissings 19 14 CISSING, the appeara...
cissoids 18 12 CISSOID, a type of g...
cissuses 18 12 CISSUS, a genus of t...
cisterna 16 12 a fluid-containing s...
cisterns 17 12 CISTERN, an artifici...
cistrons 17 12 CISTRON, a section o...
cistuses 18 12 CISTUS, (Greek) any...
cistvaen 18 16 a tomb covered with...
citadels 18 13 CITADEL, a fortress...
citation 16 12 an official summons...
citators 17 11 CITATOR, one who cit...
citatory 23 13 relating to a citati...
citeable 19 15 suitable for citatio...
citesses 17 11 CITESS, (archaic) on...
citharas 19 13 CITHARA, an ancient...
citherns 19 14 CITHERN, a pear-shap...
cithrens 19 14 CITHREN, a pear-shap...
citified 20 15 CITIFY, to adapt to...
citifies 20 14 CITIFY, to adapt to...
citizens 20 21 CITIZEN, a resident...
citrange 17 14 a hybrid between cit...
citrated 17 12 combined with a citr...
citrates 17 11 CITRATE, a salt of c...
citreous 17 12 having a lemonlike c...
citrines 17 12 CITRINE, a variety o...
citrinin 17 13 an antibiotic [n -S]
citruses 18 12 CITRUS, a citron tre...
citrussy 25 14 pertaining to citrus...
citterns 17 12 CITTERN, a pear-shap...
cityfied 26 17 CITYFY, to adapt to...
cityfies 26 16 CITYFY, to adapt to...
cityward 27 17 towards the city [ad...
citywide 27 17 including all parts...
civicism 25 21 a system of governme...
civilian 20 17 a nonmilitary person...
civilise 21 16 to instruct in refin...
civilist 22 16 a person versed in c...
civility 28 18 politeness [n CIVILI...
civilize 24 25 to instruct in refin...
clabbers 22 18 CLABBER, to curdle,...
clachans 22 18 CLACHAN, (Gaelic) a...
claching 24 20 CLACH, to kill by st...
clackbox 30 29 a part of an engine...
clackers 22 19 CLACKER, that which...
clacking 23 22 CLACK, to make a noi...
claddagh 21 18 (Irish) an Irish rin...
cladders 18 14 CLADDER, one who cla...
claddies 18 14 CLADDIE, a native Ne...
cladding 19 17 a material covering...
cladisms 20 16 CLADISM, classificat...
cladists 19 13 CLADIST, one who cla...
cladodes 17 14 CLADODE, a branch or...
clafouti 20 16 a dessert consisting...
claggier 20 16 CLAGGY, sticky [adj]
clagging 21 19 CLAG, to stick [v]
claimant 18 16 one who makes a clai...
claimers 19 15 CLAIMER, one who mak...
claiming 20 18 CLAIM, to demand as...
clamancy 27 21 urgency [n CLAMANCIE...
clambake 21 22 the baking or steami...
clambers 21 18 CLAMBER, to climb aw...
clamlike 21 20 like a clam [adj]
clammers 20 18 CLAMMER, one who gat...
clammier 20 18 CLAMMY, unpleasantly...
clammily 28 21 CLAMMY, unpleasantly...
clamming 21 21 CLAM, to dig for the...
clamored 18 16 CLAMOR, to make a lo...
clamorer 18 15 one who makes a clam...
clamours 19 16 CLAMOUR, to make a l...
clampers 21 18 CLAMPER, to botch up...
clamping 22 21 the act of applying...
clamworm 23 21 a marine worm [n -S]
clangbox 26 25 a deflector fitted t...
clangers 18 15 CLANGER, (colloquial...
clanging 19 18 the noise of a clang...
clangors 18 15 CLANGOR, to clang lo...
clangour 18 16 to clang loudly, als...
clankier 18 17 CLANKY, making a sha...
clanking 19 20 the sound of a clank...
clannish 19 16 like a clan [adj CLA...
clanship 22 18 a feeling of loyalty...
clansman 17 17 a member of a clan [...
clansmen 17 17 CLANSMAN, a member o...
clapdish 23 18 (archaic) a wooden d...
clapnets 19 16 CLAPNET, a net made...
clappers 22 18 CLAPPER, to make a n...
clapping 23 21 the act of clapping...
claptrap 22 18 flashy, empty words...
claquers 26 22 CLAQUER, a member of...
claqueur 26 23 a member of a claque...
clarains 17 13 CLARAIN, lustrous ba...
clarence 19 16 a kind of closed car...
clareted 17 13 CLARET, to drink a r...
clarinet 17 13 a woodwind instrumen...
clarinos 17 13 CLARINO, the highest...
clarions 17 13 CLARION, to sound a...
clarkias 19 16 CLARKIA, any plant o...
clarsach 23 17 (Gaelic) a Scottish...
clartier 18 12 CLARTY, sticky and d...
clarting 19 15 CLART, to dirty [v]
clashers 20 14 CLASHER, one who cla...
clashing 21 17 a striking against;...
claspers 20 15 CLASPER, a clasping...
clasping 21 18 CLASP, to embrace ti...
classers 18 12 CLASSER, one that cl...
classico 21 15 made from grapes gro...
classics 22 15 CLASSIC, a work of e...
classier 18 12 CLASSY, having class...
classify 27 17 to arrange in catego...
classily 26 15 CLASSY, having class...
classing 19 15 putting into classes...
classism 20 15 discrimination based...
classist 19 12 one who discriminate...
classman 18 16 a person who has gai...
classmen 18 16 CLASSMAN, a person w...
classons 17 13 CLASSON, an elementa...
clastics 22 15 CLASTIC, a rock comp...
clatched 23 18 CLATCH, to dabble or...
clatches 23 17 CLATCH, to dabble or...
clatters 18 12 CLATTER, to make a r...
clattery 24 14 having a rattling so...
clatting 19 15 CLAT, to scratch, sc...
clauchts 24 18 CLAUCHT, (Scots) to...
claughts 22 17 CLAUGHT, (Scots) to...
claustra 18 13 CLAUSTRUM, (Latin) a...
clausula 19 15 a short clause endin...
clauting 19 16 CLAUT, (Scots) to sc...
clavated 19 17 shaped like a club,...
clavecin 22 20 a harpsichord [n -S]
clavered 19 17 CLAVER, (Scots) to g...
clavicle 24 20 a shoulder bone [n -...
claviers 20 16 CLAVIER, an early ke...
claviger 21 18 (Latin) one who carr...
clawback 27 25 taking by taxation w...
clawless 22 16 without claws [adj]
clawlike 23 20 like a claw [adj]
claybank 26 22 a horse of a yellow-...
clayiest 24 14 CLAYEY, resembling c...
claylike 26 19 like clay [adj]
claymore 24 17 (Gaelic) a kind of l...
claypans 25 18 CLAYPAN, a compacted...
clayware 26 17 goods made of clay [...
cleaners 16 13 CLEANER, one that cl...
cleanest 16 13 CLEAN, free from sta...
cleaning 17 16 the act of making cl...
cleanish 19 15 somewhat clean [adj]
cleanout 16 14 the act of cleaning...
cleansed 16 14 CLEANSE, to clean [v...
cleanser 16 13 that which cleanses...
cleanses 16 13 CLEANSE, to clean [v...
cleanups 19 17 CLEANUP, a large pro...
clearage 17 14 a piece of land clea...
clearcut 21 16 to cut a forest comp...
clearers 17 12 CLEARER, one that cl...
clearest 17 12 CLEAR, easy to see [...
clearing 18 15 an open space [n -S]
clearout 17 13 the action of removi...
clearway 26 17 a non-stopping zone...
cleating 18 15 CLEAT, to strengthen...
cleavage 19 18 a split; a tendency...
cleavers 19 16 CLEAVER, a heavy kni...
cleaving 20 19 the act of splitting...
cleckier 22 19 CLECKY, broody [adj]
clecking 23 22 a brood [n -S]
cleeking 19 19 CLEEK, to seize, hoo...
cleeping 20 18 CLEEP, (archaic) to...
clefting 21 18 CLEFT, to insert a s...
cleidoic 21 16 of a bird's or insec...
clematis 19 15 a climbing plant wit...
clemency 27 21 mercy [n CLEMENCIES]
clemming 21 21 CLEM, to starve [v]
clenched 22 19 CLENCH, to grasp fir...
clencher 22 18 a tool for clenching...
clenches 22 18 CLENCH, to grasp fir...
clergies 19 14 CLERGY, the body of...
clerical 22 16 like a cleric [adj C...
clerihew 23 17 a light verse quatra...
clerkdom 20 20 the status of a cler...
clerkess 19 16 a female clerk [n -E...
clerking 20 19 CLERK, to serve as a...
clerkish 22 18 resembling a clerk [...
cleruchs 24 18 CLERUCH, a citizen o...
cleruchy 30 20 an allotment of land...
cleveite 19 16 a radioactive minera...
cleverer 19 16 CLEVER, intelligent,...
cleverly 27 19 CLEVER, intelligent,...
clevises 20 16 CLEVIS, a U-shaped f...
clicheed 23 18 full of cliches, als...
clickers 23 19 CLICKER, the composi...
clickets 23 19 CLICKET, to make a c...
clicking 24 22 a series of clicks [...
cliental 18 14 of or pertaining to...
cliffier 23 18 CLIFFY, abounding in...
clifftop 25 21 the top of a cliff [...
cliftier 21 15 CLIFTY, broken into...
climatal 20 16 pertaining to climat...
climated 19 16 CLIMATE, to remain i...
climates 19 15 CLIMATE, to remain i...
climatic 23 18 pertaining to climat...
climaxed 25 23 CLIMAX, to reach a h...
climaxes 25 22 CLIMAX, to reach a h...
climbers 22 18 CLIMBER, one that cl...
climbing 23 21 the act of climbing...
clinally 26 17 CLINAL, pertaining t...
clinamen 17 17 (Latin) a bias, an i...
clinched 23 19 CLINCH, to settle a...
clincher 23 18 a decisive remark [n...
clinches 23 18 CLINCH, to settle a...
clingers 19 15 CLINGER, something o...
clingier 19 15 CLINGY, adhesive [ad...
clinging 20 18 CLING, to adhere to...
clinical 22 17 relating to a clinic...
clinique 26 23 (French) a clinic [n...
clinkers 19 17 CLINKER, to make fur...
clinking 20 20 CLINK, to make a sho...
cliparts 21 15 CLIPART, graphical p...
clippers 23 18 CLIPPER, a kind of s...
clippies 23 18 CLIPPIE, (colloquial...
clipping 24 21 something that is cl...
cliquier 27 22 CLIQUEY, inclined to...
cliquing 28 25 CLIQUE, to form an e...
cliquish 30 24 relating to a clique...
cliquism 29 25 the tendency to form...
clitella 20 14 CLITELLUM, a region...
clithral 22 15 completely roofed ov...
clitoral 19 13 relating to the clit...
clitoric 22 15 pertaining to the cl...
clitoris 19 12 a small erectile par...
clitters 19 12 CLITTER, to make a s...
cloaking 19 19 CLOAK, to clothe wit...
clobbers 22 18 CLOBBER, to strike v...
clochard 23 18 (French) a beggar; a...
clockers 22 19 CLOCKER, a 24-hour d...
clocking 23 22 the illegal practice...
cloddier 18 14 CLODDY, earthy [adj]
clodding 19 17 CLOD, to pelt with c...
cloddish 21 16 like a clod, gross [...
clodpate 19 16 a stupid person, als...
clodpole 20 17 a stupid person, als...
clodpoll 22 18 a stupid person, als...
cloggers 20 16 CLOGGER, a maker of...
cloggier 20 16 CLOGGY, lumpy, stick...
cloggily 28 19 CLOGGY, lumpy, stick...
clogging 21 19 the act of clogging...
cloisons 17 13 CLOISON, (French) a...
cloister 18 12 to seclude [v -ED, -...
clomping 22 21 CLOMP, to walk heavi...
clonally 25 17 CLONAL, relating to...
clonings 18 16 CLONING, reproductio...
clonisms 19 16 CLONISM, the conditi...
clonkier 18 17 CLONKY, making a dul...
clonking 19 20 CLONK, to make a dul...
clonuses 17 14 CLONUS, a form of mu...
clopping 23 21 CLOP, to make the so...
closable 20 16 able to be closed, a...
closeout 17 13 a clearance sale [n...
closeted 17 13 CLOSET, to enclose i...
closeups 20 16 CLOSEUP, a photograp...
closings 19 15 CLOSING, a concludin...
closured 18 14 CLOSURE, to end a de...
closures 18 13 CLOSURE, to end a de...
clotburs 21 16 CLOTBUR, the burdock...
clothier 20 14 one who deals in clo...
clothing 21 17 clothes, garments [n...
clotpoll 22 17 a stupid person, als...
clotters 18 12 CLOTTER, to coagulat...
clottier 18 12 CLOTTY, tending to c...
clotting 19 15 the act of coagulati...
clottish 21 14 having clots [adj]
clotured 18 14 CLOTURE, to end a de...
clotures 18 13 CLOTURE, to end a de...
cloudage 18 16 the amount of clouds...
cloudier 18 14 CLOUDY, overcast wit...
cloudily 26 17 CLOUDY, overcast wit...
clouding 19 17 clouds collectively...
cloudlet 19 15 a small cloud [n -S]
clouring 19 16 CLOUR, to knock or b...
clouters 18 13 CLOUTER, one who clo...
clouting 19 16 CLOUT, to hit with t...
clovered 19 17 covered with clover...
clowders 21 16 CLOWDER, a collectiv...
clownery 26 18 clownish behaviour [...
clowning 21 19 acting the clown [n...
clownish 23 18 resembling a clown [...
cloyless 25 15 that cannot cloy [ad...
cloyment 24 18 surfeit [n -S]
cloysome 24 17 satiating [adj]
clubable 23 20 sociable [adj]
clubbers 23 19 CLUBBER, a person wh...
clubbier 23 19 CLUBBY, characterist...
clubbily 31 22 CLUBBY, characterist...
clubbing 24 22 visiting nightclubs...
clubbish 26 21 given to clubs [adj]
clubbism 25 22 the club system [n -...
clubbist 24 19 a member of a club [...
clubface 25 22 the striking surface...
clubfeet 22 19 CLUBFOOT, a deformed...
clubfoot 22 19 a deformed foot [n C...
clubhand 22 20 a deformed hand [n -...
clubhaul 24 20 to force a sailing v...
clubhead 22 19 the part of a golf c...
clubland 21 19 an area containing m...
clubmate 21 19 a fellow member of a...
clubmoss 22 19 a green plant resemb...
clubroom 21 19 a room in a club [n...
clubroot 20 16 a plant disease [n -...
clubrush 24 19 any sedge of the gen...
cluckers 23 20 CLUCKER, a chicken [...
cluckier 23 20 CLUCKY, (Australian...
clucking 24 23 CLUCK, to make the s...
cludgies 20 16 CLUDGIE, (Scots) a l...
clueless 19 14 hopelessly confused...
clumbers 22 19 CLUMBER, a stocky sp...
clumpers 22 19 CLUMPER, a kind of h...
clumpets 22 19 CLUMPET, a large flo...
clumpier 22 19 CLUMPY, in clumps [a...
clumping 23 22 CLUMP, to form into...
clumpish 25 21 resembling a thick m...
clumsier 20 16 CLUMSY, not dexterou...
clumsily 28 19 CLUMSY, not dexterou...
clunches 23 19 CLUNCH, a tough clay...
clunkers 19 18 CLUNKER, a dilapidat...
clunkier 19 18 CLUNKY, clumsy in st...
clunking 20 21 CLUNK, to make a dul...
clupeids 21 17 CLUPEID, a fish of t...
clupeoid 20 17 a fish of the herrin...
clusters 19 13 CLUSTER, to form int...
clustery 25 15 pertaining to a clus...
clutched 24 19 CLUTCH, to grasp and...
clutches 24 18 CLUTCH, to grasp and...
clutters 19 13 CLUTTER, to pile in...
cluttery 25 15 characterized by dis...
clypeate 25 17 shaped like a buckle...
clysters 25 14 CLYSTER, (archaic) a...
cnemides 17 16 CNEMIS, the shin or...
coachdog 22 19 a spotted dog, forme...
coachees 20 16 COACHEE, (colloquial...
coachers 21 16 COACHER, a person wh...
coachier 21 16 COACHY, relating to...
coachies 21 16 COACHY, a coachman [...
coaching 22 19 COACH, to tutor or t...
coachman 21 20 one who drives a coa...
coachmen 21 20 COACHMAN, one who dr...
coacting 20 17 COACT, to act togeth...
coaction 18 15 joint action [n -S]
coactive 21 18 mutually active [adj...
coactors 19 14 COACTOR, one who act...
coadmire 17 15 to admire together [...
coadmits 18 15 COADMIT, to admit se...
coaevals 18 16 COAEVAL, one of the...
coagency 25 19 a joint agency [n CO...
coagents 16 14 COAGENT, someone wor...
coagulum 20 19 a clot [n COAGULUMS...
coalball 21 17 a calcareous nodule...
coalbins 19 16 COALBIN, a bin for s...
coaldust 18 14 the dust from coal [...
coalesce 19 15 to blend [v COALESCE...
coalface 21 18 exposed coal in a mi...
coalfish 22 17 a dusky fish [n -ES]
coalhole 19 15 a compartment for st...
coaliest 17 12 COALY, containing co...
coalised 17 13 COALISE, to bring in...
coalises 17 12 COALISE, to bring in...
coalized 20 22 COALIZE, to bring in...
coalizes 20 21 COALIZE, to bring in...
coalless 18 13 without coal [adj]
coalmine 17 16 a mine at which coal...
coalpits 20 15 COALPIT, a pit from...
coalsack 21 19 a sack for carrying...
coalshed 19 15 a shed for storing c...
coalyard 23 15 a yard for storing c...
coamings 18 17 COAMING, a raised bo...
coanchor 20 17 to present televised...
coappear 19 17 to appear together a...
coapting 19 17 COAPT, to fit togeth...
coarsely 23 14 COARSE, rough, crude...
coarsens 15 12 COARSEN, to make coa...
coarsest 16 11 COARSE, rough, crude...
coarsish 19 13 somewhat coarse [adj...
coassist 17 11 to assist jointly [v...
coassume 17 15 to assume together [...
coasters 16 11 COASTER, a vessel th...
coasting 17 14 coastal trade [n -S]
coatings 17 14 COATING, a covering...
coatless 17 12 without a coat [adj]
coatrack 20 18 a rack for coats [n...
coatroom 16 14 a room for storing c...
coattail 17 12 the back lower part...
coattend 15 13 to attend together [...
coattest 16 11 to attest jointly [v...
coauthor 18 14 to write together [v...
coaxings 23 21 COAXING, the act of...
cobaltic 23 18 relating to a cobalt...
cobbiest 21 17 COBBY, stout, obstin...
cobblers 22 18 COBBLER, a mender of...
cobblery 28 20 the mending of shoes...
cobbling 23 21 mending shoes [n -S]
cobwebby 32 25 covered with cobwebs...
cocaines 18 15 COCAINE, a narcotic,...
coccidia 23 18 COCCIDIUM, a parasit...
coccoids 23 18 COCCOID, a spherical...
coccyges 30 21 COCCYX, a bone of th...
coccyxes 35 26 COCCYX, a bone of th...
cochairs 22 16 COCHAIR, to serve jo...
cochleae 21 17 COCHLEA, a part of t...
cochlear 22 17 a kind of spoon, als...
cochleas 22 17 COCHLEA, a part of t...
cocinera 18 15 a cook [n -S]
cockaded 20 20 having a cockade [ad...
cockades 20 19 COCKADE, a rosette w...
cockapoo 21 21 a cross between a sp...
cockatoo 19 18 a bird of the parrot...
cockbill 26 23 to raise the yardarm...
cockbird 24 22 a male bird [n -S]
cockboat 22 21 a small boat [n -S]
cockcrow 27 24 early dawn, the time...
cockered 20 19 COCKER, to pamper; t...
cockerel 21 19 a young rooster [n -...
cockeyed 26 21 having a cockeye [ad...
cockeyes 26 20 COCKEYE, a squinting...
cockiest 21 18 COCKY, arrogantly se...
cocklers 22 19 COCKLER, someone who...
cocklike 23 23 like a rooster [adj]
cockling 23 22 the act of gathering...
cockloft 24 22 a small room just un...
cockneys 26 21 COCKNEY, a resident...
cocknify 29 24 to make (an accent)...
cockpits 24 21 COCKPIT, the area fo...
cockshot 23 20 a target in a throwi...
cockshut 24 21 twilight, probably r...
cocksier 21 18 COCKSY, self-importa...
cocksman 21 22 a man reputed to be...
cocksmen 21 22 COCKSMAN, a man repu...
cockspur 24 22 a variety of hawthor...
cocksure 21 19 perfectly confident...
cocktail 22 19 to dock a horse's ta...
cocoanut 18 16 the large, hard-shel...
cocobola 21 18 a dark wood used in...
cocobolo 21 18 a tropical tree, als...
cocomats 20 17 COCOMAT, matting mad...
coconuts 19 16 COCONUT, the large,...
cocooned 17 16 COCOON, to wrap tigh...
cocooner 17 15 one who retreats to...
cocopans 20 18 COCOPAN, in South Af...
cocoplum 24 22 a West Indian rosace...
cocottes 19 14 COCOTTE, (French) a...
cocoyams 26 19 COCOYAM, a tropical...
cocreate 18 14 to create together [...
coctions 19 15 COCTION, the act of...
coddlers 18 14 CODDLER, one who cod...
coddling 19 17 CODDLE, to pamper [v...
codebook 18 19 a book containing co...
codebtor 18 15 one who shares a deb...
codeinas 15 13 CODEINA, a narcotic...
codeines 15 13 CODEINE, a narcotic...
codeless 17 13 being without a set...
codename 15 16 a name used to conce...
coderive 18 16 to derive jointly [v...
codesign 17 15 to design jointly [v...
codettas 16 12 CODETTA, (Italian) a...
codeword 19 16 a name used to conce...
codicils 22 16 CODICIL, a supplemen...
codified 19 16 CODIFY, to put into...
codifier 19 15 one who codifies [n...
codifies 19 15 CODIFY, to put into...
codillas 19 14 CODILLA, the coarse...
codilles 19 14 CODILLE, (French) a...
codirect 20 15 to direct jointly [v...
codlings 19 16 CODLING, an unripe a...
codology 24 17 the art or practice...
codomain 16 16 in mathematics, the...
codpiece 21 18 a cover for the crot...
codriven 18 17 CODRIVE, to work as...
codriver 19 16 one who codrives [n...
codrives 19 16 CODRIVE, to work as...
coedited 16 13 COEDIT, to edit toge...
coeditor 16 12 a joint editor [n -S...
coeffect 23 20 an accompanying effe...
coehorns 17 14 COEHORN, (historical...
coeliacs 20 15 COELIAC, a person su...
coelomes 17 15 COELOME, a body cavi...
coelomic 21 18 relating to a coelom...
coembody 25 20 to embody jointly [v...
coemploy 26 20 to employ together [...
coempted 19 18 COEMPT, to buy up th...
coenacle 18 16 a dining room, also...
coenacts 18 15 COENACT, to enact to...
coenamor 15 15 to inflame with mutu...
coendure 15 14 to endure together [...
coenobia 16 15 COENOBIUM, a colony...
coenures 15 13 COENURE, a tapeworm...
coenurus 16 14 a tapeworm larva, al...
coenzyme 25 26 a non-protein organi...
coequals 25 22 COEQUAL, one who is...
coequate 23 21 to equate with somet...
coercers 19 14 COERCER, one who coe...
coercing 20 17 COERCE, to compel by...
coercion 18 15 the act of coercing...
coercive 21 18 serving or intended...
coerects 19 14 COERECT, to erect to...
coesites 16 11 COESITE, a type of s...
coevally 26 19 COEVAL, belonging to...
coevolve 20 20 to evolve together [...
coexerts 22 18 COEXERT, to exert jo...
coexists 23 18 COEXIST, to exist to...
coextend 21 20 to extend equally in...
cofactor 21 17 a molecule or ion wh...
coffered 20 18 COFFER, to put in a...
coffined 20 19 COFFIN, to put in a...
coffling 23 21 COFFLE, to chain sla...
coffrets 21 17 COFFRET [v]
cofiring 20 17 the combustion of tw...
cofounds 18 17 COFOUND, to found jo...
cogences 19 17 COGENCE, the state o...
cogeners 16 14 COGENER, something o...
cogently 24 17 COGENT, convincing [...
coggings 20 18 COGGING, a type of j...
cogglier 20 16 COGGLY, shaky [adj]
coggling 21 19 COGGLE, to wobble [v...
cogitate 17 13 to ponder [v COGITAT...
cognates 16 14 COGNATE, someone or...
cognised 17 15 COGNISE, to become a...
cogniser 17 14 one that cognizes, a...
cognises 17 14 COGNISE, to become a...
cognized 20 24 COGNIZE, to become a...
cognizer 20 23 one that cognizes, a...
cognizes 20 23 COGNIZE, to become a...
cognomen 16 18 a family name [n COG...
cognosce 19 17 in Scots law, to exa...
cognovit 19 18 in law, an acknowled...
cogwheel 23 19 a toothed wheel [n -...
cohabits 21 16 COHABIT, to dwell to...
coheaded 17 15 COHEAD, to head join...
coherent 17 14 sticking together [a...
coherers 18 13 COHERER, a device us...
cohering 19 16 COHERE, to stick tog...
cohesion 17 14 the act of sticking...
cohesive 20 17 having the power of...
cohibits 22 16 COHIBIT, to restrain...
cohobate 19 16 to distill again [v...
coholder 19 15 an athlete who share...
cohoshes 20 15 COHOSH, a perennial...
cohosted 18 14 COHOST, to host join...
coiffeur 21 18 a male hairdresser [...
coiffing 22 20 COIFFE, to put the h...
coiffure 21 18 to style the hair, a...
coigning 18 17 COIGNE, to secure wi...
coinable 18 16 able to be coined [a...
coinages 16 14 COINAGE, the act of...
coincide 19 16 to be identical [v C...
coinfect 21 18 to infect at the sam...
coinfers 18 15 COINFER, to infer jo...
coinhere 17 14 to inhere jointly [v...
coinings 17 15 COINING, a minting [...
coinmate 16 15 a fellow inmate [n -...
coinsure 16 13 to insure with anoth...
cointers 16 12 COINTER, to bury tog...
coinvent 17 17 to invent together [...
coistrel 18 12 (obsolete) an inferi...
coistril 19 12 (obsolete) an inferi...
coitally 25 15 COITAL, relating to...
coitions 16 12 COITION, sexual inte...
coituses 17 12 COITUS, sexual inter...
cojoined 17 22 COJOIN, (Shakespeare...
cokehead 18 18 a cocaine addict [n...
cokelike 19 20 like coke [adj]
cokernut 17 17 the large, hard-shel...
colander 16 14 a perforated vessel...
colchica 26 20 COLCHICUM, a floweri...
coldcock 25 23 to knock unconscious...
coldness 17 14 the state of being c...
coleader 16 13 one who leads togeth...
coleseed 16 13 a plant of the cabba...
coleslaw 21 16 a salad of raw shred...
colessee 16 12 a joint lessee [n -S...
colessor 17 12 a joint lessor [n -S...
coletits 18 12 COLETIT, a bird of t...
coleuses 17 13 COLEUS, a plant of t...
colewort 20 15 a plant of the cabba...
colibris 21 15 COLIBRI, a type of h...
colicine 20 16 an antibacterial sub...
colicins 21 16 COLICIN, an antibact...
coliform 21 18 any of a group of ro...
colinear 16 13 lying in