9 letter words that start with C

9 letter words that start with C

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caatingas 18 15 CAATINGA, in Brazil,...
cabaletta 20 16 (Italian) a simple o...
cabalette 20 16 CABALETTA, (Italian)...
cabalisms 23 19 CABALISM, a sect bas...
cabalists 22 16 CABALIST, someone wh...
caballero 21 17 (Spanish) a Spanish...
caballers 22 17 CABALLER, one who ca...
caballine 21 18 pertaining to or sui...
caballing 23 20 CABAL, to conspire [...
cabbaging 24 23 CABBAGE, to steal or...
cabbalahs 25 21 CABBALAH, a Jewish d...
cabbalism 25 22 a sect based on cabb...
cabbalist 24 19 one who practices ca...
cabdriver 23 20 one who drives a cab...
cabernets 19 16 CABERNET, (French) a...
cabestros 20 15 CABESTRO, (Spanish)...
cabezones 21 25 CABEZONE, (Spanish)...
cabinetry 26 18 cabinetwork [n CABIN...
cabinmate 20 19 one who shares a cab...
cablecast 24 19 to broadcast on cabl...
cablegram 23 21 a message sent by a...
cableways 30 21 CABLEWAY, a structur...
cabobbing 25 24 CABOB, to skewer [v]
caboceers 22 18 CABOCEER, a West Afr...
cabochons 24 21 CABOCHON, (French) a...
caboodles 20 17 CABOODLE, a crowd or...
cabotages 20 17 CABOTAGE, shipping a...
cabrestas 20 15 CABRESTA, a lasso, a...
cabrestos 20 15 CABRESTO, a lasso, a...
cabrettas 20 15 CABRETTA, (Spanish)...
cabrillas 23 17 CABRILLA, a name app...
cabrioles 21 16 CABRIOLE, (French) a...
cabriolet 21 16 (French) a kind of t...
cabstands 20 17 CABSTAND, a place wh...
cacafogos 23 20 CACAFOGO, (Spanish)...
cacafuego 23 21 (Spanish) a spitfire...
cachaemia 23 20 (archaic) a degenera...
cachaemic 27 23 (archaic) relating t...
cachalots 24 18 CACHALOT, a large wh...
cachectic 30 23 relating to cachexy,...
cachepots 25 20 CACHEPOT, (French) a...
cacheting 24 20 CACHET, to print a d...
cachexias 29 24 CACHEXIA, general il...
cachexies 29 24 CACHEXY, general ill...
cacholong 24 21 (French) an opaque o...
cacholots 24 18 CACHOLOT, a large wh...
cachuchas 29 23 CACHUCHA, (Spanish)...
caciquism 32 28 government by a caci...
cacodemon 20 20 (Greek) an evil spir...
cacodylic 32 22 of, pertaining to, o...
cacoepies 22 18 CACOEPY, a wrong pro...
cacoethes 22 17 (Greek) an insatiabl...
cacoethic 26 20 relating to cacoethe...
cacogenic 24 21 reducing the quality...
cacomixle 29 26 a North American car...
cacomixls 30 26 CACOMIXL, a North Am...
cacophony 30 23 the harsh joining of...
cacotopia 22 18 a state in which eve...
cactiform 25 21 cactus-shaped [adj]
cacuminal 23 21 pronounced with the...
cadasters 18 13 CADASTER, a public r...
cadastral 19 14 of or relating to a...
cadastres 18 13 CADASTRE, a public r...
cadaveric 23 20 of or resembling a c...
caddisfly 29 20 any small mothlike i...
caddishly 29 19 CADDISH, like a cad;...
caddysses 25 16 CADDYSS, (Shakespear...
cadencies 20 17 CADENCY, the status...
cadencing 21 20 CADENCE, to make rhy...
cadential 18 15 relating to a cadenc...
cadetship 23 18 the position, rank,...
cadranses 17 14 CADRANS, an instrume...
caecilian 21 17 a tropical burrowing...
caerulean 17 15 sky-blue; dark blue;...
caesarean 15 13 relating to a birth...
caesarian 16 13 relating to a birth...
caesarism 19 15 imperialism [n -S]
caestuses 18 13 CAESTUS, a hand cove...
cafeteria 19 15 a restaurant where c...
cafetiere 19 15 (French) a type of c...
cafetoria 19 15 CAFETORIUM, a large...
caffeines 21 19 CAFFEINE, a bitter a...
caffeinic 25 22 of or containing caf...
caffeisms 24 21 CAFFEISM, an addicti...
cagelings 21 18 CAGELING, a caged bi...
cageworks 23 21 CAGEWORK, open work...
cageyness 24 17 the quality of being...
cagmagged 22 22 CAGMAG, to chat idly...
caillachs 26 19 CAILLACH, (Gaelic) a...
cailleach 25 19 (Gaelic) an old woma...
cailliach 26 19 (Gaelic) an old woma...
caimacams 23 21 CAIMACAM, (Turkish)...
cairngorm 20 18 (Gaelic) a yellow-br...
cairniest 18 13 CAIRNY, relating to...
cakeboxes 26 26 CAKEBOX, a container...
cakeholes 21 19 CAKEHOLE, a person's...
cakewalks 24 24 CAKEWALK, to step st...
calabazas 23 25 CALABAZA, a variety...
calabogus 22 19 a Canadian drink of...
calaboose 19 16 (Spanish) a prison,...
calabrese 20 16 (Italian) a variety...
caladiums 21 18 CALADIUM, any tropic...
calamanco 21 20 a glossy woollen stu...
calamaris 20 16 CALAMARI, (Italian)...
calamatas 19 16 CALAMATA, a black ol...
calamined 19 18 CALAMINE, to apply a...
calamines 19 17 CALAMINE, to apply a...
calamints 20 17 CALAMINT, a genus of...
calamites 20 16 CALAMITE, a reedlike...
calamuses 20 17 CALAMUS, (Latin) a q...
calandria 18 15 (Spanish) a sealed v...
calanthes 20 16 CALANTHE, (Greek) an...
calatheas 20 15 CALATHEA, a showy in...
calavance 22 21 a kind of pulse, als...
calcaneal 21 18 pertaining to the ca...
calcanean 19 18 pertaining to the ca...
calcaneum 22 21 (Latin) one of the b...
calcaneus 21 18 (Latin) one of the b...
calcarate 21 16 relating to a calcar...
calcarine 21 17 pertaining to, or si...
calceated 21 17 CALCEATE, to shoe [v...
calceates 21 16 CALCEATE, to shoe [v...
calcedony 27 20 a form of quartz, mi...
calcicole 26 20 a plant thriving on...
calcified 25 20 CALCIFY, to convert...
calcifies 25 19 CALCIFY, to convert...
calcifuge 26 22 a plant that will no...
calcimine 23 20 (tradename) a kind o...
calcining 23 20 CALCINE, to reduce t...
calcretes 22 16 CALCRETE, a composit...
calcspars 25 19 CALCSPAR, a mineral,...
calctufas 25 20 CALCTUFA, a rock mad...
calctuffs 28 23 CALCTUFF, a general...
calculary 30 20 of or pertaining to...
calculate 23 18 to count or reckon [...
calculose 23 18 of or pertaining to...
calculous 24 19 of or pertaining to...
caldarium 21 18 (Latin) a hot room i...
calefying 28 21 CALEFY, to make warm...
calembour 22 20 (French) a pun [n -S...
calendars 18 15 CALENDAR, to schedul...
calenders 18 15 CALENDER, to smooth...
calendrer 18 15 a person who calende...
calendric 22 18 relating to the cale...
calendula 19 17 (Latin) a marigold [...
calenture 18 15 (historical) sunstro...
calescent 21 17 increasing in heat [...
calfdozer 24 26 a small bulldozer [n...
calfhoods 23 19 CALFHOOD, the state...
calflicks 28 24 CALFLICK, a cowlick...
calfskins 23 21 CALFSKIN, the skin o...
caliatour 19 14 an old term for a tr...
calibered 21 17 having a given calib...
calibrate 21 16 to determine true va...
calicular 24 18 like a calicle, a ro...
califates 21 16 CALIFATE, (Arabic) t...
califonts 21 17 CALIFONT, (tradename...
calimocho 25 21 a cocktail popular i...
caliology 27 18 the study of bird's...
calipered 21 17 CALIPER, to measure...
caliphate 23 18 (Arabic) the office...
calisayas 25 15 CALISAYA, the medici...
callaides 20 15 CALLAIS, (Greek) a g...
callaloos 20 15 CALLALOO, (Spanish)...
callalous 21 16 CALLALOU, (Spanish)...
callbacks 27 24 CALLBACK, a recall o...
callboard 22 18 a noticeboard listin...
callidity 28 17 shrewdness [n CALLID...
calligram 23 19 a design using the l...
calliopes 22 17 CALLIOPE, a keyboard...
callipash 25 19 a part of a turtle w...
callipees 22 17 CALLIPEE, a part of...
callipers 23 17 CALLIPER, to measure...
callosity 27 16 a hardening and thic...
calloused 20 16 CALLOUS, to make or...
callouses 20 15 CALLOUS, to make or...
callously 28 18 CALLOUS, unfeeling [...
callowest 23 17 CALLOW, immature [ad...
calltimes 22 17 CALLTIME, time avail...
callusing 22 18 CALLUS, to form a ha...
calmative 22 20 having a calming eff...
calmingly 29 22 in a way which calms...
calmstane 19 17 a white argillaceous...
calmstone 19 17 (Scots) a white argi...
calorific 25 19 of, pertaining to, o...
calorised 19 14 CALORISE, to coat st...
calorises 19 13 CALORISE, to coat st...
calorists 20 13 CALORIST, a person w...
calorized 22 23 CALORIZE, to coat st...
calorizes 22 22 CALORIZE, to coat st...
calotypes 27 18 CALOTYPE, an early t...
calthrops 24 18 CALTHROP, a device w...
calumnied 20 19 CALUMNY, to utter fa...
calumnies 20 18 CALUMNY [n]
calutrons 19 15 CALUTRON, a mass spe...
calvarial 22 18 relating to the calv...
calvarian 20 18 relating to the calv...
calvarias 21 17 CALVARIA, CALVARIUM,...
calvaries 21 17 CALVARY, a place or...
calvarium 23 21 the dome of the skul...
calvering 22 20 CALVER, to prepare f...
calvities 22 17 (Latin) baldness [n...
calycinal 29 20 of or pertaining to...
calycular 30 20 of or like a calycul...
calycules 30 20 CALYCULE, a cuplike...
calyculus 31 21 a small, cup-shaped...
calypsoes 27 18 CALYPSO, a West Indi...
calyptera 27 18 a hood or hoodlike s...
calypters 28 18 CALYPTER, a hood or...
calyptras 28 18 CALYPTRA, a hood or...
camanachd 23 22 (Gaelic) the game of...
camarilla 21 17 (Spanish) a group of...
cambering 22 21 a type of rock-foldi...
cambiform 25 24 shaped like cambium,...
cambistry 29 20 the science of finan...
cambogias 22 20 CAMBOGIA, a yellow g...
cambooses 20 18 CAMBOOSE, a cabin bu...
camcorded 22 20 CAMCORD, to videotap...
camcorder 22 19 a portable video cam...
camelback 26 26 an inferior grade of...
cameleers 19 16 CAMELEER, a camel dr...
cameleons 18 17 CAMELEON, a small Af...
camelhair 22 18 a material made from...
camelines 19 17 CAMELINE, a material...
camellias 21 17 CAMELLIA, an evergre...
camellike 22 21 like a camel [adj]
cameloids 20 17 CAMELOID, a member o...
camelries 20 16 CAMELRY, troops moun...
cameraman 18 19 one who works with a...
cameramen 18 19 CAMERAMAN, one who w...
camerated 18 16 chambered, vaulted,...
camisades 19 16 CAMISADE, an attack...
camisados 19 16 CAMISADO, an attack...
camisoles 20 16 CAMISOLE, a loose un...
camomiles 21 19 CAMOMILE, a creeping...
camorrist 20 15 a member of a camorr...
camouflet 22 20 (French) a mine used...
campagnas 21 21 CAMPAGNA, an open le...
campaigns 22 21 CAMPAIGN, to conduct...
campanero 19 19 (Spanish) the bellbi...
campanile 21 20 (Italian) a freestan...
campanili 22 20 CAMPANILE, (Italian)...
campanist 21 19 a person with an exp...
campanula 21 21 (Latin) a member of...
campcraft 27 24 knowledge of how to...
campeachy 32 25 as in campeachy wood...
campeador 20 19 (Spanish) a champion...
camperies 21 18 CAMPERY, being camp...
campesino 20 19 (Spanish) a Latin Am...
campfires 24 21 CAMPFIRE, a fire to...
camphanes 22 21 CAMPHANE, a type of...
camphenes 22 21 CAMPHENE, an explosi...
camphines 23 21 CAMPHINE, an explosi...
camphires 24 20 CAMPHIRE, an old spe...
camphones 22 21 CAMPHONE, a combined...
camphoric 27 23 pertaining to campho...
campiness 21 19 being camp [n -ES]
campodeid 21 20 a primitive wingless...
camporees 20 18 CAMPOREE, a gatherin...
campshirt 25 20 a short-sleeved shir...
campsites 22 18 CAMPSITE, an area su...
campstool 22 19 a small canvas stool...
campusing 23 22 CAMPUS, to restrict...
camshafts 24 20 CAMSHAFT, a shaft fi...
camstairy 26 17 (Scots) perverse, un...
camstanes 18 16 CAMSTANE, a type of...
camsteary 25 17 (Scots) perverse, un...
camstones 18 16 CAMSTONE, (Scots) a...
camwhored 24 21 CAMWHORE, to perform...
camwhores 24 20 CAMWHORE, to perform...
canaigres 18 15 CANAIGRE, (Spanish)...
canailles 19 15 CANAILLE, (French) r...
canalboat 19 17 a boat used on canal...
canalised 18 15 CANALISE, to dig an...
canalises 18 14 CANALISE, to dig an...
canalized 21 24 CANALIZE, to dig an...
canalizes 21 23 CANALIZE, to dig an...
canallers 19 15 CANALLER, a freight...
canalling 20 18 CANAL, to dig an art...
canarying 24 18 CANARY, to prance ab...
canasters 17 13 CANASTER, a kind of...
cancelbot 23 20 a computer program t...
canceleer 20 17 (Scott) the turn of...
cancelers 21 17 CANCELER, one who ca...
cancelier 21 17 (Scott) the turn of...
canceling 22 20 CANCEL, to cause not...
cancelled 22 19 CANCEL, to cause not...
canceller 22 18 one who cancels, als...
cancerate 19 16 to grow into a cance...
cancerous 20 17 afflicted with a can...
cancroids 21 17 CANCROID, a type of...
candidacy 27 20 the state of being a...
candidate 17 15 a person who seeks o...
candidest 18 15 CANDID, frank and si...
candlelit 20 16 illuminated by candl...
candlenut 18 17 the oil-yielding fru...
candlepin 20 19 a slender bowling pi...
candygram 26 21 a message accompanie...
candytuft 27 20 a cruciferous plant...
canebrake 19 20 a thicket of canes [...
canefruit 20 17 fruit borne upon can...
canegrubs 21 19 CANEGRUB, any of var...
canellini 19 16 (Italian) the white...
canephora 20 18 (Greek) a sculpted f...
canephore 20 18 (Greek) a sculpted f...
canephors 21 18 CANEPHOR, (Greek) a...
canescent 19 17 hoary; tending to be...
canewares 19 16 CANEWARE, articles m...
canfields 21 18 CANFIELD, a card gam...
canicular 22 18 pertaining to the do...
canistels 19 14 CANISTEL, a Caribbea...
canisters 18 13 CANISTER, to put in...
cankering 19 20 CANKER, to affect wi...
cankerous 18 18 afflicted with a can...
cannabins 18 18 CANNABIN, a resin ex...
canneloni 16 16 (Italian) pasta in t...
cannelons 16 16 CANNELON, a stuffed...
cannelure 17 16 (French) a groove or...
canneries 16 14 CANNERY, a place whe...
cannibals 20 18 CANNIBAL, one who ea...
cannikins 18 19 CANNIKIN, a small ca...
canniness 16 15 the state of being c...
cannister 17 14 a small container, u...
cannonade 14 16 an attack with heavy...
cannoneer 14 15 a soldier who manage...
cannonier 15 15 a soldier who manage...
cannoning 16 18 CANNON, to collide w...
cannulate 17 16 to insert a cannula...
canoeable 18 17 navigable by canoe [...
canoeings 17 16 CANOEING, the act of...
canoeists 17 13 CANOEIST, one who en...
canoewood 18 17 another name for the...
canonical 20 18 included in a standa...
canonised 16 15 CANONISE, to declare...
canoniser 16 14 one who canonises, a...
canonises 16 14 CANONISE, to declare...
canonists 17 14 CANONIST, a speciali...
canonized 19 24 CANONIZE, to declare...
canonizer 19 23 one who canonises, a...
canonizes 19 23 CANONIZE, to declare...
canonries 16 14 CANONRY, the benefic...
canoodled 17 16 CANOODLE, to kiss an...
canoodler 17 15 one who canoodles [n...
canoodles 17 15 CANOODLE, to kiss an...
canopying 26 21 CANOPY, to cover fro...
cansticks 23 20 CANSTICK, (Shakespea...
cantabank 19 21 (Italian) a strollin...
cantabile 20 17 (Italian) in a melod...
cantaloup 20 18 (Italian) a small mu...
cantering 18 16 CANTER, to ride a ho...
cantharid 20 16 a beetle with an elo...
cantharis 20 15 a beetle with an elo...
cantharus 20 16 a large two-handled...
canthitis 21 15 inflammation of the...
canthooks 20 19 CANTHOOK, a metal ho...
canticles 22 17 CANTICLE, a nonmetri...
canticoed 20 17 CANTICO, to dance as...
canticoys 27 18 CANTICOY, to dance a...
canticums 23 20 CANTICUM, a canticle...
cantilena 17 15 (Italian) a smooth,...
cantiness 17 14 (Scots) cheerfulness...
cantingly 26 19 CANTING, whining, pr...
cantoning 17 17 CANTON, to divide in...
cantonise 16 14 to divide (a town et...
cantonize 19 23 to divide (a town et...
cantorial 18 14 located on the north...
cantraips 20 16 CANTRAIP, (Scots) a...
canulated 18 16 CANULATE, to insert...
canulates 18 15 CANULATE, to insert...
canvasers 19 17 CANVASER, one who go...
canvasing 20 20 CANVAS, to examine t...
canvassed 19 18 CANVASS, to examine...
canvasser 19 17 one who goes from do...
canvasses 19 17 CANVASS, to examine...
canyoneer 21 16 a canyon explorer [n...
canyoning 23 19 the sport of going d...
canzonets 19 23 CANZONET, a short so...
capablest 23 19 CAPABLE, competent [...
capacious 23 19 roomy [adj CAPACIOUS...
capacitor 23 18 an electrical device...
caparison 19 16 an ornamented coveri...
capelines 20 17 CAPELINE, a small ir...
capellets 22 17 CAPELLET, a swelling...
capelline 21 18 a small iron skullca...
capellini 22 18 (Italian) a type of...
capeskins 21 20 CAPESKIN, a type of...
capeworks 24 22 CAPEWORK, a matador'...
capillary 29 19 any of the extremely...
capitally 29 19 CAPITAL, excellent [...
capitanos 19 16 CAPITANO, (Italian)...
capitated 20 16 having fixed upper l...
capitates 20 15 CAPITATE, a bone of...
capitayns 26 18 CAPITAYN, (Spenser)...
capitella 22 17 CAPITULUM, a flower...
capitular 22 17 relating or belongin...
capitulum 24 21 a flower cluster as...
capmakers 22 22 CAPMAKER, one that m...
capocchia 28 23 (Shakespeare) a simp...
capoeiras 19 15 CAPOEIRA, a martial...
caponatas 18 16 CAPONATA, (Italian)...
caponiere 18 16 (French) a work made...
caponiers 19 16 CAPONIER, (French) a...
caponised 19 17 CAPONISE, to castrat...
caponises 19 16 CAPONISE, to castrat...
caponized 22 26 CAPONIZE, to castrat...
caponizes 22 25 CAPONIZE, to castrat...
capotasto 19 15 (Italian) a moveable...
capotting 21 18 CAPOT, to win all th...
capouches 25 21 CAPOUCH, a cloak hoo...
capriccio 27 21 a free form musical...
caprified 23 19 CAPRIFY, to cultivat...
caprifies 23 18 CAPRIFY, to cultivat...
caprifigs 25 20 CAPRIFIG, the goat-f...
caprifoil 24 19 (Spenser) honeysuckl...
caprifole 23 19 honeysuckle, also CA...
capriform 24 21 goatlike [adj]
caprioled 21 17 CAPRIOLE, to make su...
caprioles 21 16 CAPRIOLE, to make su...
caproates 19 15 CAPROATE, a salt of...
caprylate 27 18 a salt of caprylic a...
capsaicin 23 19 a cyclic amide respo...
capsicins 24 19 CAPSICIN, a liquid u...
capsicums 26 22 CAPSICUM, a plant yi...
capsizals 25 25 CAPSIZAL, the overtu...
capsizing 25 27 CAPSIZE, to overturn...
capsomere 20 18 any of the protein u...
capsomers 21 18 CAPSOMER, a protein...
capstones 19 16 CAPSTONE, the horizo...
capsulary 28 19 of or pertaining to...
capsulate 21 17 contained in or made...
capsuling 23 20 CAPSULE, to condense...
capsulise 22 17 to condense, to encl...
capsulize 25 26 to condense, to encl...
captaincy 29 21 the rank or conditio...
captained 19 17 CAPTAIN, to lead or...
captainry 26 18 the rank or conditio...
captioned 19 17 CAPTION, to provide...
captivate 22 19 to charm, fascinate...
captiving 24 22 CAPTIVE, to make a p...
captivity 30 21 the state of being c...
captopril 24 19 an antihypertensive...
capturers 21 16 CAPTURER, one who ca...
capturing 22 19 CAPTURE, to take by...
capuccios 27 22 CAPUCCIO, (Spenser)...
capuchins 26 22 CAPUCHIN, a South Am...
capybaras 28 20 CAPYBARA, (Tupi) a l...
carabiner 19 16 (German) a steel lin...
carabines 19 16 CARABINE, a rifle wi...
caracaras 20 15 CARACARA, (Spanish)...
caracoled 21 17 CARACOLE, to perform...
caracoler 21 16 one who caracoles [n...
caracoles 21 16 CARACOLE, to perform...
caraganas 17 15 CARAGANA, any of a g...
carageens 17 15 CARAGEEN, (Irish) a...
carambola 21 19 (Portuguese) a small...
carambole 21 19 (French) to make a c...
carangids 19 16 CARANGID, a marine f...
carangoid 18 16 any spiny-finned mar...
carapaced 22 19 having a carapace [a...
carapaces 22 18 CARAPACE, the shell...
carapaxes 25 22 CARAPAX, a hard, pro...
carassows 21 15 CARASSOW, a quail-li...
caravance 21 20 a kind of pulse, als...
caravaned 18 18 CARAVAN, to travel i...
caravaner 18 17 one who travels by c...
caravelle 21 18 a small light fast s...
carbachol 26 21 a synthetic drug use...
carbamate 20 18 a salt or ester of c...
carbamide 21 19 the technical name f...
carbamino 20 19 relating to any of t...
carbamoyl 28 21 a radical derived fr...
carbamyls 29 21 CARBAMYL, a radical...
carbanion 18 17 an ion carrying a ne...
carbaryls 28 18 CARBARYL, a salt or...
carbazole 23 25 a chemical compound...
carbineer 19 16 a soldier armed with...
carbinier 20 16 a soldier armed with...
carbinols 21 17 CARBINOL, a monohydr...
carbolics 25 19 CARBOLIC, an acidic...
carbolise 21 16 to treat or disinfec...
carbolize 24 25 to treat or disinfec...
carbonade 18 17 (Spanish) flesh, fow...
carbonado 18 17 (Spanish) to broil o...
carbonara 18 16 (Italian) a pasta sa...
carbonate 18 16 a salt of carbonic a...
carbonise 19 16 to turn into carbon,...
carbonium 21 20 a type of positively...
carbonize 22 25 to turn into carbon,...
carbonous 19 17 containing carbon [a...
carbonyls 27 19 CARBONYL, the divale...
carboxyls 34 25 CARBOXYL, a univalen...
carbuncle 24 21 a fiery-red precious...
carburate 20 16 to combine with carb...
carburets 21 16 CARBURET, to combine...
carburise 21 16 to combine with carb...
carburize 24 25 to combine with carb...
carcajous 23 25 CARCAJOU, a mustelin...
carcanets 20 16 CARCANET, (obsolete)...
carcasing 22 18 CARCASE, to put a ca...
carcassed 21 16 CARCASS, to put a fr...
carcasses 21 15 CARCASS, to put a fr...
carcinoid 21 17 a benign or malignan...
carcinoma 21 19 (Greek) a cancer [n...
cardamine 18 17 (Greek) a genus of c...
cardamoms 20 19 CARDAMOM, a spice co...
cardamons 18 17 CARDAMON, a spice co...
cardamums 21 20 CARDAMUM, a spice co...
cardboard 20 17 a thin, stiff, finel...
cardcases 21 16 CARDCASE, a case or...
cardecues 21 17 CARDECUE, an old Fre...
cardiacal 22 17 related to the heart...
cardialgy 27 18 heartburn, also CARD...
cardigans 19 16 CARDIGAN, a woollen...
cardinals 19 15 CARDINAL, a bright r...
cardioids 19 14 CARDIOID, a heart-sh...
cardphone 21 19 a public telephone f...
cardpunch 26 23 a machine which perf...
cardsharp 23 18 one who engages in s...
carduuses 19 15 CARDUUS, (Shakespear...
careenage 16 15 a place where ships...
careeners 16 13 CAREENER, one who ca...
careening 17 16 CAREEN, to turn (a s...
careerers 17 12 CAREERER, one who ca...
careering 18 15 CAREER, to go at ful...
careerism 19 15 intentness on one's...
careerist 18 12 one intent on his ow...
carefully 29 20 CAREFUL, cautious [a...
caregiver 21 18 one who looks after...
carelines 18 14 CARELINE, a telephon...
caressers 18 12 CARESSER, one who ca...
caressing 19 15 touching lovingly [a...
caressive 20 16 of or like a caress...
caretaken 17 17 CARETAKE, to take ca...
caretaker 18 16 someone put in charg...
caretakes 18 16 CARETAKE, to take ca...
carewares 20 15 CAREWARE, computer s...
carfuffle 26 23 (Scots) a commotion...
carhopped 24 21 CARHOP, to work as a...
cariacous 21 16 CARIACOU, an America...
carillons 20 15 CARILLON, to play a...
carinated 17 14 shaped like the prow...
cariosity 25 14 the state of being c...
caritases 18 12 CARITAS, love for al...
caritates 18 12 CARITAS, love for al...
carjacked 24 29 CARJACK, to hijack a...
carjacker 24 28 one who steals cars...
carjacous 23 25 CARJACOU, an America...
carmakers 20 19 CARMAKER, an automob...
carmelite 20 16 a fine woollen fabri...
carnahuba 21 19 (Tupi) a Brazilian p...
carnalise 18 14 to sensualise, also...
carnalism 20 17 the state of being c...
carnalist 19 14 a sensualist [n -S]
carnality 25 16 the state of being c...
carnalize 21 23 to sensualise, also...
carnalled 19 16 CARNAL, to act carna...
carnaroli 18 14 (Italian) a variety...
carnation 16 14 a double-flowering c...
carnaubas 19 17 CARNAUBA, (Tupi) a B...
carnelian 17 15 a dull red or reddis...
carneying 24 18 CARNEY, to coax, als...
carnified 20 17 CARNIFY, to form fle...
carnifies 20 16 CARNIFY, to form fle...
carnitine 17 14 a betaine in meat [n...
carnivals 21 18 CARNIVAL, a travelli...
carnivora 19 17 an order of flesh-ea...
carnivore 19 17 an animal or plant t...
carnivory 26 19 the state of being a...
carnosaur 17 14 a meat-eating dinosa...
carnosity 24 15 a fleshy excrescence...
carnotite 17 13 a yellow uranium ore...
caroaches 22 17 CAROACH, a stately c...
carolings 20 16 CAROLING, singing ca...
carollers 20 14 CAROLLER, one who si...
carolling 21 17 singing carols, also...
caroluses 19 14 CAROLUS, a former En...
carotenes 16 13 CAROTENE, any of a n...
carotidal 19 14 relating to the caro...
carousals 19 14 CAROUSAL, a boistero...
carousels 19 14 CAROUSEL, (French) a...
carousers 18 13 CAROUSER, one who ca...
carousing 19 16 making merry [adj CA...
carpaccio 26 21 (Italian) an hors-d'...
carpenter 19 16 a person skilled in...
carpentry 26 18 the craft of working...
carpetbag 23 20 a travelling-bag mad...
carpeting 21 18 CARPET, to cover a f...
carphones 21 18 CARPHONE, a phone fo...
carpingly 29 21 CARPING, complaining...
carpology 28 20 the study of fruits...
carpooled 20 17 CARPOOL, to take tur...
carpooler 20 16 one who shares a car...
carrageen 17 15 a kind of dark red,...
carraways 27 17 CARRAWAY, an umbelli...
carrefour 20 16 (French) a crossroad...
carriages 19 14 CARRIAGE, a wheeled...
carrioles 19 13 CARRIOLE, a small op...
carroches 23 17 CARROCH, a stately c...
carroming 20 18 CARROM, to collide w...
carronade 16 14 (historical) a short...
carrotier 18 12 CARROTY, like or tas...
carrotins 18 13 CARROTIN, a plant pi...
carrottop 20 15 (colloquial) a redhe...
carrousel 19 14 a merry-go-round; a...
carryalls 27 16 CARRYALL, a light fo...
carryback 31 24 in accounting, a los...
carrycots 28 17 CARRYCOT, a cot for...
carryouts 25 15 CARRYOUT, a takeout...
carryover 26 18 in accounting, a pay...
carrytale 25 15 (Shakespeare) a tale...
carshared 20 15 CARSHARE, to share a...
carshares 20 14 CARSHARE, to share a...
carspiels 22 16 CARSPIEL, a curling...
cartelise 19 13 to make into a carte...
cartelism 21 16 the system of having...
cartelist 20 13 a member of a cartel...
cartelize 22 22 to make into a carte...
carthorse 20 14 a horse used to draw...
cartilage 20 15 gristle, a firm pear...
cartloads 19 14 CARTLOAD, a much as...
cartogram 20 17 a map with diagramma...
cartology 26 17 the science of maps...
cartonage 17 15 (French) papyrus or...
cartoning 18 16 CARTON, to pack in a...
cartooned 16 14 CARTOON, to sketch a...
cartopper 22 18 something suitable f...
cartouche 23 18 (French) in Egyptian...
cartridge 20 15 a case containing th...
cartroads 18 13 CARTROAD, a road use...
cartulary 26 16 a keeper of monastic...
cartwheel 24 18 a sideways somersaul...
carucages 22 18 CARUCAGE, a feudal t...
carucates 21 16 CARUCATE, (historica...
caruncles 22 18 CARUNCLE, any fleshy...
carvacrol 24 20 a thick oily liquid...
carveries 20 16 CARVERY, a type of b...
carwashes 23 17 CARWASH, an establis...
caryatids 25 15 CARYATID, a draped f...
caryopses 26 17 CARYOPSIS, a dry ind...
caryopsis 27 17 a dry indehiscent fr...
caryotins 24 15 CARYOTIN, the nuclea...
cascabels 24 19 CASCABEL, the rear p...
cascables 24 19 CASCABLE, the rear p...
cascading 22 19 CASCADE, to fall lik...
cascadura 21 17 a type of catfish ha...
caschroms 25 20 CASCHROM, a spade wi...
caseating 18 15 CASEATE, to become c...
caseation 16 13 a degeneration of an...
casebooks 20 19 CASEBOOK, a law text...
casebound 19 18 of a book, bound in...
casefying 27 20 CASEFY, to become or...
caseinate 16 13 a compound of casein...
caseloads 18 14 CASELOAD, the number...
casemaker 19 19 a person who makes c...
casemated 18 16 furnished with, prot...
casemates 18 15 CASEMATE, a bombproo...
casements 18 16 CASEMENT, a vertical...
casemixes 25 22 CASEMIX, a database...
casevaced 22 20 CASEVAC, to evacuate...
caseworks 22 19 CASEWORK, a form of...
caseworms 22 18 CASEWORM, a caddiswo...
cashbacks 27 24 CASHBACK, getting ca...
cashbooks 23 21 CASHBOOK, a book of...
cashboxes 28 24 CASHBOX, a container...
cashiered 20 15 CASHIER, to dismiss...
cashierer 20 14 one who cashiers [n...
cashmeres 21 17 CASHMERE, a soft twi...
cashpoint 22 18 (tradename) a bank t...
casimeres 19 15 CASIMERE, a twilled...
casimires 20 15 CASIMIRE, a twilled...
casketing 20 19 CASKET, to place in...
caskstand 19 18 a stand for casks [n...
cassareep 19 15 (Tupi) the juice of...
cassation 17 13 annulment; in French...
casserole 18 13 a stewpan; a covered...
cassettes 18 12 CASSETTE, a small ca...
cassimere 19 15 a twilled cloth of t...
cassingle 20 16 a prerecorded casset...
cassiopes 20 15 CASSIOPE, an evergre...
cassocked 22 20 wearing a cassock [a...
cassonade 16 14 (French) unrefined c...
cassoulet 19 14 (French) a French st...
cassowary 27 17 any large flightless...
castanets 17 13 CASTANET, a rhythm i...
castaways 27 17 CASTAWAY, an outcast...
casteisms 20 15 CASTEISM, the caste...
casteless 19 13 without caste [adj]
castellan 19 15 the governor of a ca...
castellum 22 18 (Latin) a small Roma...
castigate 19 14 to scold, reprimand...
castlings 21 16 CASTLING, a type of...
castoreum 19 16 (Latin) the dried pe...
castories 18 12 CASTORY, (Spenser) a...
castrated 18 13 CASTRATE, to remove...
castrater 18 12 a device used in cas...
castrates 18 12 CASTRATE, to remove...
castrator 18 12 a device used in cas...
castratos 18 12 CASTRATO, (Italian)...
casualise 19 14 to turn (regular wor...
casualism 21 17 the belief that chan...
casualize 22 23 to turn (regular wor...
casuarina 17 14 a tree of the genus...
casuistic 23 16 relating to casuistr...
casuistry 26 15 plausible but flawed...
catabases 19 15 CATABASIS, the decli...
catabasis 20 15 the decline of a dis...
catabatic 23 18 moving downhill, sin...
catabolic 24 19 relating to cataboli...
cataclasm 23 19 disruption; breaking...
cataclysm 30 21 a great flood or oth...
catacombs 24 21 CATACOMB, an undergr...
catafalco 23 19 (Italian) a temporar...
catalases 18 13 CATALASE, an enzyme...
catalatic 22 16 of or like catalase,...
catalepsy 27 18 a rigid or trancelik...
catalexes 24 20 CATALEXIS, the condi...
catalexis 25 20 the condition of bei...
cataloged 19 16 CATALOG, to classify...
cataloger 19 15 (US) one who catalog...
catalogic 23 18 of or like a catalog...
catalogue 19 16 to make a systematic...
catalysed 25 16 CATALYSE, to act as...
catalyser 25 15 an agent that cataly...
catalyses 25 15 CATALYSE, to act as...
catalysis 26 15 alteration in speed...
catalysts 26 15 CATALYST, a substanc...
catalytic 29 18 acting as a catalyst...
catalyzed 28 25 CATALYZE, to act at...
catalyzer 28 24 an agent that cataly...
catalyzes 28 24 CATALYZE, to act at...
catamaran 17 16 (Tamil) orig a raft...
catamenia 17 16 the menstrual discha...
catamites 19 15 CATAMITE, a boy used...
catamount 18 17 any of various large...
cataphora 21 17 (Greek) the use of a...
cataphors 22 17 CATAPHOR, (Greek) th...
cataphyll 31 21 a rudimentary or sim...
cataplasm 22 19 a plaster or poultic...
cataplexy 33 25 a condition feigning...
catapults 22 17 CATAPULT, to hurl th...
cataracts 21 15 CATARACT, a waterfal...
catarhine 19 15 a member of one of t...
catarrhal 21 15 of or like catarrh,...
catatonia 16 13 a trancelike state,...
catatonic 20 16 in a trancelike stat...
catbriars 21 15 CATBRIAR, a thorny s...
catbriers 21 15 CATBRIER, a thorny v...
catcalled 23 18 CATCALL, to deride b...
catcaller 23 17 one who catcalls [n...
catchable 26 21 capable of being cau...
catchalls 26 19 CATCHALL, something...
catchiest 24 17 CATCHY, pleasing and...
catchings 25 20 CATCHING, the act of...
catchline 24 19 a slogan, esp. in ad...
catchment 24 21 the act of collectin...
catchpole 26 21 (historical) a sheri...
catchpoll 28 22 (historical) a sheri...
catchweed 26 21 goosegrass or cleave...
catchword 27 21 among theatrical per...
catechins 23 18 CATECHIN, one of the...
catechise 23 17 to instruct in the c...
catechism 25 20 a form of instructio...
catechist 24 17 one who instructs by...
catechize 26 26 to instruct in the c...
catechols 24 18 CATECHOL, a chemical...
categoric 22 17 positive; absolute,...
catenanes 15 14 CATENANE, a chemical...
catenated 16 14 CATENATE, to link to...
catenates 16 13 CATENATE, to link to...
catenoids 17 14 CATENOID, the surfac...
caterings 19 15 CATERING, the busine...
caterwaul 22 17 to make a harsh cry...
catfacing 24 21 a deformity of fruit...
catfights 25 19 CATFIGHT, a fight be...
catfishes 23 17 CATFISH, a scaleless...
catharise 20 14 to render absolutely...
catharize 23 23 to render absolutely...
catharses 20 14 CATHARSIS, (Greek) a...
catharsis 21 14 (Greek) a natural or...
cathartic 24 17 cleansing, also CATH...
cathected 23 18 CATHECT, to invest w...
cathectic 27 20 invested with mental...
cathedrae 19 15 CATHEDRA, a bishop's...
cathedral 21 16 the principal church...
cathedras 20 15 CATHEDRA, a bishop's...
cathepsin 22 18 an intracellular pro...
catheptic 26 20 of or like cathepsin...
catheters 20 14 CATHETER, a tube whi...
cathinone 18 16 an alkaloid stimulan...
cathismas 22 17 CATHISMA, (Greek) a...
catholics 25 18 CATHOLIC, a member o...
catholyte 27 17 the part of the elec...
cathouses 20 15 CATHOUSE, a brothel...
catkinate 18 17 like catkin [adj]
catnapers 19 16 CATNAPER, one that s...
catnapped 21 20 CATNAP, to take a sh...
catnapper 21 19 one that steals cats...
catolytes 25 15 CATOLYTE, the electr...
catoptric 24 18 relating to reflecti...
catrigged 21 17 rigged like a catboa...
cattaloes 18 13 CATTALO, a cross bet...
catteries 18 12 CATTERY, a breeding...
cattiness 18 13 being catty, spitefu...
cattishly 29 17 CATTISH, like a cat,...
cattleman 19 17 one who raises cattl...
cattlemen 19 17 CATTLEMAN, one who r...
cattleyas 25 15 CATTLEYA, a tropical...
cauchemar 24 21 (French) a nightmare...
caucusing 23 20 CAUCUS, to hold a po...
caucussed 22 18 CAUCUS, to hold a po...
caucusses 22 17 CAUCUS, to hold a po...
caudation 17 15 the state of being c...
caudicles 23 18 CAUDICLE, the stalk...
caudillos 21 16 CAUDILLO, (Spanish)...
cauldrife 22 18 (Scots) apt to feel...
cauldrons 19 16 CAULDRON, a large ke...
caulicles 24 18 CAULICLE, a short ca...
cauliculi 25 19 CAULICULUS, one of t...
cauliform 23 20 shaped like or resem...
caulinary 25 17 belonging to or grow...
caulkings 22 21 CAULKING, the materi...
caumstane 18 17 a white argillaceous...
caumstone 18 17 (Scots) a white argi...
causalgia 20 16 a constant burning p...
causalgic 24 19 relating to causalgi...
causality 26 16 the relationship bet...
causation 17 14 the act of causing [...
causative 20 17 relating to causatio...
causeless 19 14 without a cause [adj...
causeries 18 13 CAUSERIE, (French) a...
causeways 27 18 CAUSEWAY, to build a...
caustical 23 17 burning, also CAUSTI...
cautelous 19 15 (obsolete) cautious,...
cauterant 17 14 a cauterizing substa...
cauteries 18 13 CAUTERY, something u...
cauterise 18 13 to burn or sear with...
cauterism 20 16 the use or applicati...
cauterize 21 22 to burn or sear with...
cautioned 17 15 CAUTION, to warn [v]
cautioner 17 14 one who cautions [n...
cautionry 24 16 in Scots law, the ac...
cavalcade 23 21 a procession of peop...
cavaleros 20 17 CAVALERO, a horseman...
cavaletti 21 17 a series of timber j...
cavaliers 21 17 CAVALIER, to behave...
cavallies 22 18 CAVALLY, a large foo...
cavalries 21 17 CAVALRY, a mobile ar...
cavatinas 19 17 CAVATINA, (Italian)...
caveating 20 19 CAVEAT, to enter a t...
caveators 19 16 CAVEATOR, one that f...
cavendish 22 20 leaf tobacco softene...
caverning 20 20 CAVERN, to hollow ou...
cavernous 19 18 large and empty, lik...
cavessons 19 17 CAVESSON, a noseband...
caviaries 20 16 CAVIARIE, (Shakespea...
cavicorns 23 20 CAVICORN, an animal...
cavillers 23 18 CAVILLER, one that c...
cavilling 24 21 raising trivial and...
cavitated 20 17 CAVITATE, to form ca...
cavitates 20 16 CAVITATE, to form ca...
cavorters 20 16 CAVORTER, one who ca...
cavorting 21 19 the act of prancing...
ceanothus 19 16 (Greek) a shrub with...
ceasefire 19 15 a cessation of firin...
ceaseless 18 13 without cease [adj C...
cebadilla 22 18 (Spanish) a liliaceo...
cecitises 22 15 CECITIS, a caecum in...
cecropias 23 18 CECROPIA, a fast-gro...
cecropins 23 19 CECROPIN, a peptide...
cedarbird 21 17 the cedar waxwing [n...
cedarwood 20 17 the wood of the ceda...
ceilinged 20 17 having a ceiling [ad...
ceintures 18 14 CEINTURE, a belt for...
celandine 17 16 either of two plants...
celebrant 20 17 a person who celebra...
celebrate 20 16 to mark by solemn ce...
celebrity 28 18 a well-known person...
celecoxib 30 26 a non-steroidal anti...
celeriacs 22 16 CELERIAC, a vegetabl...
celestial 20 14 related to the heave...
celestine 18 14 native strontium sul...
celestite 19 13 native strontium sul...
celibates 21 16 CELIBATE, one who li...
celibatic 25 19 living without a sex...
cellarage 20 16 the space or storero...
cellarers 20 14 CELLARER, a monaster...
cellarets 20 14 CELLARET, a cabinet...
cellaring 21 17 CELLAR, to store in...
cellarist 21 14 a monastery official...
cellarman 20 18 a person responsible...
cellarmen 20 18 CELLARMAN, a person...
cellarous 20 15 (Dickens) belonging...
cellarway 29 19 a way into a cellar...
cellblock 28 25 a group of prison ce...
cellmates 21 17 CELLMATE, the person...
celloidin 20 16 a purified pyroxylin...
cellphone 23 20 a portable telephone...
cellulars 22 16 CELLULAR, a mobile p...
cellulase 21 16 an enzyme that can s...
cellulite 22 16 fatty tissue below t...
celluloid 22 17 (tradename) a type o...
cellulose 21 16 a carbohydrate formi...
cellulous 22 17 of or like cellulose...
celotexes 24 20 CELOTEX, a building...
celsitude 20 15 loftiness [n -S]
cembalist 23 19 a person who plays a...
cementers 18 16 CEMENTER, a person o...
cementing 19 19 CEMENT, to bind firm...
cementite 18 16 a compound of iron a...
cementums 20 20 CEMENTUM, the hard t...
cemitares 19 15 CEMITARE, (Spenser)...
cenobites 19 16 CENOBITE, a monk who...
cenobitic 23 19 of or like a cenobit...
cenotaphs 21 18 CENOTAPH, a tomb or...
censorial 18 14 pertaining to a cens...
censorian 16 14 pertaining to a cens...
censoring 18 16 CENSOR, to delete a...
censurers 18 14 CENSURER, one who ce...
censuring 19 17 CENSURE, to condemn...
censusing 19 17 CENSUS, to take an o...
centaurea 16 14 a large genus of com...
centauric 21 17 integrating mind and...
centenary 22 16 relating to a period...
centenier 16 14 in Jersey, an honora...
centering 18 16 a temporary framewor...
centesimi 19 16 CENTESIMO, (Spanish)...
centesimo 18 16 (Spanish) a copper c...
centiares 17 13 CENTIARE, a measure...
centigram 20 18 1/100th of a gramme,...
centinell 19 16 (obsolete) a sentine...
centinels 18 15 CENTINEL, (obsolete)...
centipede 19 17 any myriapod of the...
centoists 18 13 CENTOIST, one who co...
centonate 15 14 a Gregorian chant co...
centonell 18 16 (Spenser) a sentinel...
centonels 17 15 CENTONEL, (Spenser)...
centonist 17 14 one who composes cen...
centraler 18 14 CENTRAL, in the midd...
centrally 26 17 CENTRAL, in the midd...
centreing 18 16 CENTRE, to make cent...
centrical 22 17 placed in the center...
centrings 19 16 CENTRING, a temporar...
centriole 18 14 a rodlike body (usu...
centrisms 20 16 CENTRISM, a moderate...
centrists 19 13 CENTRIST, one who ad...
centrodes 17 14 CENTRODE, a type of...
centroids 18 14 CENTROID, the centre...
centumvir 22 21 (Latin) in Rome, one...
centupled 21 19 CENTUPLE, to increas...
centuples 21 18 CENTUPLE, to increas...
centurial 19 15 of or pertaining to...
centuries 18 14 CENTURY, a period of...
centurion 17 15 (Latin) the leader o...
cepaceous 22 19 smelling or tasting...
cephalate 22 18 having a head [adj]
cephalics 27 21 CEPHALIC, a headache...
cephalins 23 19 CEPHALIN, a compound...
cephalous 23 19 having a head, also...
ceraceous 20 16 resembling wax [adj]
ceramides 19 16 CERAMIDE, any of a f...
ceramists 20 15 CERAMIST, one who ma...
cerastium 20 16 any low ground-cover...
ceratitis 19 12 inflammation of the...
ceratodus 18 14 (Greek) a genus of g...
cerberean 18 16 of, pertaining to, o...
cerberian 19 16 of, pertaining to, o...
cercariae 20 15 CERCARIA, (Latin) th...
cercarial 22 16 relating to a cercar...
cercarian 20 16 relating to a cercar...
cercarias 21 15 CERCARIA, (Latin) th...
cerclages 23 18 CERCLAGE, any of sev...
cercopids 24 19 CERCOPID, any member...
cerealist 19 13 one who grows cereal...
cerebella 21 17 CEREBELLUM, (Latin)...
cerebrals 21 16 CEREBRAL, a cerebral...
cerebrate 19 15 to engage in intelle...
cerebroid 20 16 like the cerebrum [a...
cerebrums 22 19 CEREBRUM, a part of...
cerecloth 24 18 a cloth smeared with...
cerements 18 16 CEREMENT, a waxed wr...
ceresines 17 13 CERESINE, a kind of...
cerograph 23 19 a writing on wax [n...
ceromancy 27 21 divination by means...
cerotypes 26 17 CEROTYPE, a process...
certainer 17 13 CERTAIN, absolutely...
certainly 25 16 CERTAIN, absolutely...
certainty 24 15 the state of being c...
certified 21 16 CERTIFY, to declare...
certifier 21 15 one who certifies [n...
certifies 21 15 CERTIFY, to declare...
certitude 19 14 the state of being c...
ceruleans 18 15 CERULEAN, a sky-blue...
ceruleins 19 15 CERULEIN, a coal-tar...
ceruleous 19 15 sky-blue; dark blue;...
cerusites 19 13 CERUSITE, native lea...
cerussite 19 13 native lead carbonat...
cervelats 21 17 CERVELAT, (French) a...
cervicums 26 23 CERVICUM, the flexib...
cesareans 16 13 CESAREAN, a method o...
cesarevna 18 17 (Russian) the wife o...
cesarians 17 13 CESARIAN, a method o...
cespitose 20 15 growing in clusters...
cessation 17 13 a ceasing or stoppin...
cesspools 21 16 CESSPOOL, a covered...
cetaceans 19 16 CETACEAN, a type of...
cetaceous 20 16 of or pertaining to...
ceterachs 23 17 CETERACH, a kind of...
cetrimide 20 16 an ammonium compound...
cetuximab 28 26 a chimeric (mouse/hu...
cetywalls 30 19 CETYWALL, valerian,...
cevadilla 22 19 (Spanish) a liliaceo...
cevapcici 29 25 (Yugoslavian) kebabs...
cevitamic 25 22 as in cevitamic acid...
ceylanite 24 16 a mineral, pleonaste...
ceylonite 24 16 a mineral, pleonaste...
chabazite 25 26 a colourless, pink,...
chaconine 21 19 a toxic alkaloid fou...
chaconnes 21 19 CHACONNE, (French) a...
chaetodon 18 16 any fish of the trop...
chaetopod 21 18 a member of the Chae...
chaffered 24 21 CHAFFER, to bargain...
chafferer 24 20 a vendor who enjoys...
chaffiest 25 20 CHAFFY, worthless [a...
chaffinch 30 26 a bird of the finch...
chaffings 26 23 CHAFFING [n]
chaffrons 24 21 CHAFFRON, a piece of...
chagrined 21 18 CHAGRIN, to humiliat...
chainfall 24 20 a type of hoist [n -...
chainless 21 16 without chains [adj]
chainlets 21 16 CHAINLET, a small ch...
chainsaws 23 18 CHAINSAW, to cut wit...
chainshot 22 17 two half or whole ca...
chainwork 24 22 work looped or linke...
chairback 27 24 the part of a chair...
chairdays 27 17 (Shakespeare) the ev...
chairlift 25 18 a series of chairs o...
chairmans 21 18 CHAIRMAN, to act as...
chakalaka 22 23 (South African) a re...
chalaning 21 19 CHALAN, in India, to...
chalanned 19 18 CHALAN, in India, to...
chalazion 23 25 a swollen, inflamed...
chalcogen 24 21 an element from grou...
chaldrons 21 17 CHALDRON, an old uni...
chalkface 27 25 as in the phrase at...
chalkiest 23 19 CHALKY, resembling c...
chalklike 25 24 like chalk [adj]
chalkmark 25 26 a mark made with cha...
chalkpits 26 22 CHALKPIT, a quarry o...
challenge 22 19 an invitation to a c...
challises 23 16 CHALLIS, a soft ligh...
chalumeau 22 20 (French) an early ru...
chalutzes 25 25 CHALUTZ, an Israeli...
chalutzim 27 28 CHALUTZ, an Israeli...
chalybean 28 21 in metallurgy, tempe...
chalybite 30 20 native iron carbonat...
chambered 23 21 CHAMBER, to put in a...
chamberer 23 20 (archaic) a plotter;...
chambrays 30 22 CHAMBRAY, a lightwei...
chameleon 20 19 a small African liza...
chamelots 22 18 CHAMELOT, (Spenser)...
chametzes 24 26 CHAMETZ, (Judaism) l...
chamfered 23 21 CHAMFER, to channel...
chamferer 23 20 one who chamfers [n...
chamfrain 23 21 a piece of leather,...
chamfrons 23 21 CHAMFRON, a piece of...
chamisals 23 18 CHAMISAL, a thicket...
chammying 30 25 CHAMMY, to clean wit...
chamoised 21 18 CHAMOIS, to prepare...
chamoises 21 17 CHAMOIS, to prepare...
chamomile 23 21 a creeping aromatic...
champacas 26 23 CHAMPACA, (Hindi) an...
champagne 23 23 a posh sort of wine...
champaign 24 23 an expanse of level,...
champarts 24 20 CHAMPART, the divisi...
champerty 30 22 an illegal contract...
champiest 24 20 CHAMPY, broken up by...
champions 23 21 CHAMPION, to defend...
champleve 26 25 (French) a type of e...
chanceful 26 23 hazardous [adj]
chanciest 23 18 CHANCY, risky, also...
chancroid 23 19 a type of venereal s...
chancrous 23 19 of the nature of a c...
chandelle 21 18 (French) an abrupt,...
chandlers 21 17 CHANDLER, a dealer i...
chandlery 27 19 the business of, pre...
chanfrons 21 19 CHANFRON, a piece of...
changeful 24 22 full of change [adj...
changeups 23 21 CHANGEUP, a type of...
channeled 19 18 CHANNEL, to direct a...
channeler 19 17 one who channels, a...
chantable 22 19 that can be chanted...
chantages 20 17 CHANTAGE, (French) b...
chanteuse 19 16 (French) a female ni...
chantilly 29 19 (French) as in chant...
chantings 21 18 CHANTING, the act of...
chantress 20 15 a female chanter or...
chantries 20 15 CHANTRY, a chapel or...
chanukiah 23 22 (Hebrew) a candelabr...
chaparral 23 18 (Spanish) a thicket...
chapaties 22 17 CHAPATI, a thin piec...
chapattis 23 17 CHAPATTI, (Hindi) a...
chapbooks 25 24 CHAPBOOK, a small bo...
chapeless 23 18 without a chape, the...
chaperone 20 18 (French) a person wh...
chaperons 21 18 CHAPERON, to accompa...
chapesses 22 17 CHAPESS, a female ch...
chapiters 23 17 CHAPITER, the capita...
chaplains 23 19 CHAPLAIN, a Christia...
chapleted 23 19 having a chaplet, a...
chappatis 25 20 CHAPPATI, (Hindi) a...
chappiest 25 20 CHAPPY, cracked [adj...
chaprassi 23 17 (Urdu) an office mes...
chapstick 28 24 a small stick of a s...
chapteral 23 18 of or like a chapter...
chaptered 22 18 CHAPTER, to divide a...
chaptrels 24 18 CHAPTREL, the capita...
chaquetas 28 24 CHAQUETA, a jacket w...
charabanc 24 21 (French) a sightseei...
characids 24 18 CHARACID, any carniv...
characins 23 18 CHARACIN, any carniv...
character 23 17 a symbol [n -S] / (a...
charangas 20 17 CHARANGA, (Spanish)...
charangos 20 17 CHARANGO, a small So...
charbroil 24 18 to broil over charco...
charcoals 24 18 CHARCOAL, to draw or...
charcoaly 30 20 like charcoal [adj]
charettes 20 14 CHARETTE, a meeting...
chargeful 25 21 (archaic) costly; ex...
chargings 23 19 CHARGING, the act of...
chargrill 25 18 to grill over charco...
charidees 20 15 CHARIDEE, a jocular...
chariness 20 15 caution, wariness [n...
charioted 20 15 CHARIOT, to ride in...
charismas 22 17 CHARISMA, a special...
charities 21 14 CHARITY, universal l...
charivari 23 18 (French) a cacophono...
charlatan 20 16 someone who pretends...
charlocks 26 22 CHARLOCK, a weedy pl...
charlotte 21 15 (French) a kind of p...
charmeuse 21 18 (French) a soft sati...
charmless 23 18 without charm [adj C...
charmonia 20 18 CHARMONIUM, any of v...
charnecos 22 18 CHARNECO, (Shakespea...
charoseth 22 16 (Hebrew) a condiment...
charosets 20 14 CHAROSET, a dish eat...
charreada 19 15 (Spanish) a Mexican...
charriest 21 14 CHARRY, resembling c...
chartable 23 18 that can be charted...
chartered 20 15 CHARTER, to lease or...
charterer 20 14 one who charters; es...
chartisms 23 17 CHARTISM, the use of...
chartists 22 14 CHARTIST, one who us...
chartless 22 15 without a chart; hav...
charwoman 23 21 a woman hired by the...
charwomen 23 21 CHARWOMAN, a woman h...
chaseable 22 18 that can be chased [...
chaseport 22 17 the porthole at the...
chasmiest 22 17 CHASMY, full of chas...
chasseing 21 17 CHASSE, to perform a...
chassepot 22 17 (French) a kind of b...
chasseurs 21 15 CHASSEUR, a cavalry...
chastened 19 16 CHASTEN, to chastise...
chastener 19 15 one who chastens [n...
chastised 21 15 CHASTISE, to discipl...
chastiser 21 14 one who chastises [n...
chastises 21 14 CHASTISE, to discipl...
chasubles 24 19 CHASUBLE, a sleevele...
chatchkas 27 23 CHATCHKA, a knicknac...
chatchkes 27 23 CHATCHKE, a knicknac...
chatelain 20 16 (French) the governo...
chatlines 21 16 CHATLINE, a televisi...
chatoyant 25 17 (French) having a ch...
chatrooms 21 17 CHATROOM, a real-tim...
chattered 20 15 CHATTER, to talk idl...
chatterer 20 14 one who chatters [n...
chattiest 21 14 CHATTY, talkative [a...
chauffers 25 21 CHAUFFER, a metal bo...
chauffeur 25 22 (French) one who dri...
chauffing 26 24 CHAUFF, (Spenser) to...
chauncing 24 22 CHAUNCE, (obsolete)...
chaunging 22 21 CHAUNGE, (obsolete)...
chaunters 20 16 CHAUNTER, a singer;...
chaunting 21 19 CHAUNT, to sing, als...
chaussure 21 16 (French) a foot cove...
chavender 21 20 another name for the...
chavettes 22 18 CHAVETTE, a female c...
chavviest 25 22 CHAVVY, like a chav...
chawbacon 27 24 a bumpkin, a hick [n...
chawdrons 23 19 CHAWDRON, (Shakespea...
chayroots 26 16 CHAYROOT, the root o...
chazzanim 27 36 CHAZZAN, (Hebrew) a...
chazzenim 27 36 CHAZZEN, (Hebrew) a...
cheapened 20 19 CHEAPEN, to lower th...
cheapener 20 18 one who makes cheap...
cheapjack 28 33 a travelling hawker...
cheapness 21 18 the state of being c...
cheapshot 24 19 an abusive remark [n...
cheatable 22 18 that can be cheated...
cheatings 21 17 CHEATING, the act of...
chechakos 26 23 CHECHAKO, (Native Am...
chechaquo 33 29 (Native American) a...
checkable 27 25 capable of being che...
checkbook 27 28 (US) a chequebook [n...
checkered 24 22 CHECKER, to divide i...
checkiest 25 21 CHECKY, chequered [a...
checkings 26 24 CHECKING, the act of...
checkless 26 22 that can not be chec...
checklist 27 22 a list of tasks to d...
checkmark 27 28 to mark items on a l...
checkmate 25 24 in chess, to put (a...
checkoffs 29 27 CHECKOFF, a marking...
checkouts 25 22 CHECKOUT, the cash d...
checkrail 26 22 an inner rail on a r...
checkrein 24 22 a short rein looped...
checkroom 25 24 (US) a cloakroom, a...
checkrows 28 24 CHECKROW, to plant i...
checksums 27 25 CHECKSUM, a numerica...
cheddites 21 16 CHEDDITE, a mixture...
cheechako 25 23 (Native American) a...
cheekbone 21 22 the bone of the chee...
cheekfuls 25 23 CHEEKFUL, as much as...
cheekiest 21 18 CHEEKY, impudent [ad...
cheekless 22 19 without cheeks [adj]
cheeriest 20 14 CHEERY, cheerful [ad...
cheerings 21 17 CHEERING, the act of...
cheerlead 20 16 to lead in cheering...
cheerless 21 15 without cheer, gloom...
cheesevat 21 18 a vat or wooden case...
cheesiest 20 14 CHEESY, resembling a...
cheewinks 24 22 CHEEWINK, an America...
cheffiest 25 20 CHEFFY, relating to...
cheilitis 23 15 an inflammation, dry...
chelaship 26 20 discipleship [n -S]
chelating 22 18 CHELATE, to combine...
chelation 20 16 the action of formin...
chelators 21 15 CHELATOR, an agent c...
chelicera 24 18 the first pair of ap...
cheliform 25 21 shaped like a chela...
chelipeds 24 19 CHELIPED, one of the...
cheloidal 22 17 relating to a cheloi...
chelonian 19 17 any member of the tu...
chemicals 26 21 CHEMICAL, a substanc...
chemicked 26 25 CHEMIC, to treat wit...
chemisorb 24 20 to adsorb by chemica...
chemistry 29 19 the physical science...
chemitype 30 22 any chemical process...
chemitypy 37 24 printing by chemityp...
chemokine 21 22 a type of protein [n...
chemosorb 23 20 to adsorb by chemica...
chemostat 21 17 an apparatus for gro...
chempaduk 25 26 an evergreen moraceo...
chemtrail 23 18 a vapour trail belie...
chemurgic 27 23 relating to chemurgy...
chenilles 22 17 CHENILLE, (French) a...
chenopods 21 19 CHENOPOD, any flower...
cheongsam 21 20 (Chinese) an orienta...
chequered 28 25 CHEQUER, to divide i...
chequiest 29 24 CHEQUY, checkered, a...
cheralite 21 15 a radioactive minera...
cherimoya 27 19 (Quechua) a Peruvian...
cherished 23 17 CHERISH, to hold dea...
cherisher 23 16 one who cherishes [n...
cherishes 23 16 CHERISH, to hold dea...
chermoula 22 19 (Arabic) a marinade...
chernozem 23 27 (Russian) a very fer...
cherriest 21 14 CHERRY, ruddy [adj]
cherrying 28 19 CHERRY, to cheer [v]
chertiest 21 14 CHERTY, resembling c...
cherubims 25 21 CHERUB, an angel [n]
cherubins 23 19 CHERUBIN, (Shakespea...
cheruping 24 21 CHERUP, to chirp, al...
cheshires 23 16 CHESHIRE, a hard Eng...
chestfuls 25 19 CHESTFUL, as much as...
chestiest 21 14 CHESTY, suffering fr...
chestnuts 21 16 CHESTNUT, a tree of...
chevalets 23 19 CHEVALET, (French) t...
chevalier 23 19 (French) a cavalier,...
chevelure 23 20 a head of hair or ar...
cheverels 23 19 CHEVEREL, soft, flex...
cheverils 24 19 CHEVERIL, soft, flex...
cheverons 21 19 CHEVERON, a kid glov...
cheveryes 28 20 CHEVERYE, (Spenser)...
chevilles 25 20 CHEVILLE, the peg of...
chevrette 22 18 (French) a kind of t...
chevroned 21 20 marked with chevrons...
chewiness 23 18 the state of being c...
chiacking 26 24 the act of teasing,...
chiarezza 26 32 (Italian) purity, cl...
chiarezze 26 32 CHIAREZZA, (Italian)...
chiasmata 21 17 CHIASMA, a connectio...
chiausing 22 18 CHIAUS, to cheat, sw...
chibouque 31 28 a long straight-stem...
chicalote 24 18 (Nahuatl) a prickly...
chicaners 23 18 CHICANER, a person w...
chicanery 29 20 deception by tricker...
chicaning 24 21 quibbling, using tri...
chichiest 27 19 CHICHI, elaborately...
chickadee 24 22 a North American bir...
chickaree 24 21 the American red squ...
chickened 24 23 CHICKEN, to loose on...
chickling 28 25 a small chick or chi...
chickpeas 27 24 CHICKPEA, a dwarf pe...
chickweed 28 25 any plant of the gen...
chicories 24 17 CHICORY, succory, a...
chidingly 30 21 CHIDING, scolding [a...
chidlings 24 19 part of the small in...
chiefdoms 24 21 CHIEFDOM, the domain...
chiefless 24 18 without a chief or l...
chiefling 25 21 a minor chief [n -S]
chiefries 23 17 CHIEFRY, an Irish ch...
chiefship 28 22 the office of chief...
chieftain 22 18 the head of a clan;...
chigetais 22 16 CHIGETAI, (Mongolian...
chignoned 20 19 wearing a chignon, a...
chihuahua 25 20 a breed of small dog...
chilblain 25 20 a painful red swelli...
childbeds 25 20 CHILDBED, the condit...
childcare 25 19 care of children, es...
childhood 24 19 the state of being a...
childless 24 17 having no children [...
childlier 24 17 CHILDLY, (archaic) h...
childlike 25 21 like a child [adj]
childness 22 17 (Shakespeare) the ma...
chiliadal 23 17 relating to a chilia...
chiliadic 26 19 relating to a chilia...
chiliagon 22 18 (Greek) a plane figu...
chiliarch 28 20 (Greek) the commande...
chiliasms 24 18 CHILIASM, the doctri...
chiliasts 23 15 CHILIAST, one who be...
chilidogs 24 18 CHILIDOG, a hot dog...
chilladas 23 17 CHILLADA, (Spanish)...
chillaxed 29 24 CHILLAX, to relax co...
chillaxes 29 23 CHILLAX, to relax co...
chilliest 24 16 CHILLY, cool [adj]
chillings 25 19 CHILLING, the act of...
chillness 23 17 coolness; a chill [n...
chilopods 24 19 CHILOPOD, a member o...
chiltepin 24 19 a variety of chili p...
chimaeras 21 17 CHIMAERA, a mythical...
chimaeric 25 20 of the nature of a c...
chimbleys 32 23 CHIMBLEY, a chimney,...
chimblies 26 21 CHIMBLY, a chimney,...
chimeneas 20 18 CHIMENEA, a freestan...
chimerids 23 18 CHIMERID, a fish of...
chimerism 24 20 the state of being o...
chimineas 21 18 CHIMINEA, a free-sta...
chimneyed 27 21 CHIMNEY, to proceed...
chinampas 23 21 CHINAMPA, a floating...
chinaroot 19 15 the rootstock of Smi...
chinaware 22 18 goods made from chin...
chinbones 21 19 CHINBONE, the lower...
chincapin 25 22 (Native American) th...
chinchier 26 20 CHINCHY, stingy [adj...
chinching 27 23 CHINCH, to fill in t...
chincough 27 23 whooping cough [n -S...
chinkapin 23 23 (Native American) th...
chinkaras 21 19 CHINKARA, a four-hor...
chinkiest 22 19 CHINKY, full of crac...
chinoises 20 15 CHINOIS, (French) a...
chinovnik 23 24 (Russian) a high off...
chinstrap 23 18 the strap on a helme...
chintzier 24 24 CHINTZY, like chintz...
chipboard 25 21 reconstructed wood m...
chipmucks 30 28 CHIPMUCK, a small ro...
chipmunks 26 26 CHIPMUNK, a small ro...
chipochia 28 22 (Shakespeare) a simp...
chipolata 23 18 a small, often spicy...
chipotles 24 18 CHIPOTLE, a smoked a...
chippable 28 24 capable of being chi...
chippered 25 21 CHIPPER, to twitter,...
chippiest 26 20 CHIPPY, belligerent...
chippings 27 23 CHIPPING, a small pi...
chiragras 22 16 CHIRAGRA, gout in th...
chiragric 26 19 relating to chiragra...
chirality 29 17 the chemical propert...
chirimoya 28 19 (Quechua) a Peruvian...
chirology 29 19 the language of gest...
chironomy 27 20 the art of gesticula...
chiropody 29 20 the treatment of ail...
chiropter 23 17 a type of bat [n -S]
chirpiest 24 17 CHIRPY, cheerful [ad...
chirpings 25 20 CHIRPING, a sound ma...
chirruped 24 19 CHIRRUP, to chirp re...
chirruper 24 18 one who chirrups [n...
chiselers 22 15 CHISELER, one who ch...
chiseling 23 18 CHISEL, to use a cut...
chiselled 23 17 CHISEL, to use a cut...
chiseller 23 16 one who chisels; a s...
chitchats 27 19 CHITCHAT, to indulge...
chitinoid 21 16 of or like chitin, a...
chitinous 21 16 of or like chitin, a...
chitlings 24 18 CHITLING, part of th...
chitosans 20 15 CHITOSAN, a compound...
chittered 21 15 CHITTER, to shiver o...
chittiest 22 14 CHITTY, childish [ad...
chivalric 28 22 relating to chivalry...
chivareed 22 19 CHIVAREE, to perform...
chivarees 22 18 CHIVAREE, to perform...
chivaried 23 19 CHIVARI, to perform...
chivaries 23 18 CHIVARI, to perform...
chivvying 33 27 CHIVVY, to chase abo...
chiyogami 29 21 (Japanese) a kind of...
chlamydes 29 21 CHLAMYS, (Greek) a h...
chlamydia 29 21 any microorganisms o...
chlamyses 29 20 CHLAMYS, (Greek) a h...
chloasmas 22 18 CHLOASMA, a skin dis...
chloracne 23 19 a type of disfigurin...
chlorates 21 15 CHLORATE, a chlorine...
chlordane 20 17 a highly poisonous l...
chlordans 21 17 CHLORDAN, a toxic co...
chlorella 23 17 a member of the genu...
chlorides 22 16 CHLORIDE, a compound...
chloridic 26 19 of or like a chlorid...
chlorines 21 16 CHLORINE, a yellowis...
chlorites 22 15 CHLORITE, a chlorine...
chloritic 26 18 pertaining to, or co...
chloroses 21 15 CHLOROSIS, a wasting...
chlorosis 22 15 a wasting disease (g...
chlorotic 25 18 pertaining to, or af...
chocciest 27 20 CHOCCY, having the t...
chockfull 30 27 completely full, als...
chocolate 23 18 a paste made of the...
chocolaty 30 20 of or like chocolate...
choenixes 25 22 CHOENIX, an ancient...
choiceful 27 22 (archaic) making cho...
choirboys 29 19 CHOIRBOY, a boy who...
choirgirl 24 17 a female member of a...
choirlike 23 19 like a choir [adj]
chokeable 23 22 that can be choked [...
chokebore 22 21 a gun that narrows t...
chokecoil 25 22 a choking coil [n -S...
chokedamp 24 25 an asphyxiating gas,...
chokehold 24 22 the act of holding a...
chokidars 22 19 CHOKIDAR, (Urdu) a w...
chokingly 30 24 CHOKING [adv]
cholaemia 21 18 an accumulation of b...
cholaemic 25 21 relating to cholaemi...
cholecyst 31 20 the gall bladder [n...
cholelith 25 18 a gallstone [n -S]
cholemias 22 18 CHOLEMIA, an accumul...
choleraic 24 18 relating to cholera...
choleroid 21 16 like cholera [adj]
choliambs 25 21 CHOLIAMB, a verse ha...
choltries 22 15 CHOLTRY, a shed used...
chometzes 24 26 CHOMETZ, (Judaism) l...
chondrify 29 21 to convert, or be co...
chondrins 20 17 CHONDRIN, an elastic...
chondrite 20 16 a meteoric stone cha...
chondroid 20 17 like or resembling c...
chondroma 20 19 a benign cartilagino...
chondrule 21 18 a spheroidal mineral...
choosiest 20 14 CHOOSY, difficult to...
chophouse 24 20 in China, a customs...
choplogic 28 23 false reasoning, sop...
choppered 24 21 CHOPPER, to travel b...
choppiest 25 20 CHOPPY, full of irre...
choppings 26 23 CHOPPING, the act of...
chopsocky 33 26 a genre of martial a...
chopstick 28 24 either of two small...
choralist 22 15 a member of a choir,...
chordates 20 15 CHORDATE, an animal...
chordings 22 18 CHORDING, the playin...
chordwise 24 18 in the direction of...
choreatic 23 17 of or like chorea [a...
choreboys 28 19 CHOREBOY, a boy used...
choreuses 20 15 CHOREUS, (Greek) a t...
choriambi 24 20 CHORIAMBUS, a metric...
choriambs 24 20 CHORIAMB, a metrical...
chorioids 21 15 CHORIOID, the dark b...
chorionic 23 18 relating to the chor...
chorister 21 14 a member of a choir,...
chorizont 23 24 a person who dispute...
choroidal 21 16 pertaining to the ch...
chorology 28 19 the science or study...
chortlers 22 15 CHORTLER, one who ch...
chortling 23 18 CHORTLE, to chuckle...
chorusing 22 18 CHORUS, to sing in u...
chorussed 21 16 CHORUS, to sing in u...
chorusses 21 15 CHORUS, to sing in u...
chounters 20 16 CHOUNTER, to mutter,...
chowchows 32 25 CHOWCHOW, a relish o...
chowdered 23 19 CHOWDER, to make a t...
chowdowns 26 22 CHOWDOWN, the act of...
chowhound 25 22 one fond of eating [...
chowkidar 25 22 (Urdu) a watchman, a...
chowtimes 25 20 CHOWTIME, meal-time...
chresards 21 15 CHRESARD, the total...
chrismals 24 18 CHRISMAL, a veil use...
chrismons 22 18 CHRISMON, a Christia...
christens 21 15 CHRISTEN, to baptise...
christian 21 15 a kind, good person...
christies 22 14 CHRISTY, a kind of t...
christoms 23 17 CHRISTOM, a white ro...
chromakey 28 23 a special television...
chromates 21 17 CHROMATE, a compound...
chromatic 25 20 relating to colour [...
chromatid 22 18 one of the two threa...
chromatin 21 18 a protein/DNA comple...
chromenes 20 18 CHROMENE, a chemical...
chromides 22 18 CHROMIDE, a tropical...
chromidia 22 18 CHROMIDIUM, an algal...
chromiest 22 17 CHROMY, decorated wi...
chromings 23 20 CHROMING, the act of...
chromised 22 18 CHROMISE, to chrome,...
chromises 22 17 CHROMISE, to chrome,...
chromites 22 17 CHROMITE, a black su...
chromiums 24 21 CHROMIUM, a metallic...
chromized 25 27 CHROMIZE, to chrome,...
chromizes 25 26 CHROMIZE, to chrome,...
chromogen 21 20 a substance which ca...
chronaxie 25 22 a time constant in t...
chronical 24 19 chronic, long-lastin...
chronicle 24 19 a record of events [...
chrysalid 29 18 a pupa, esp. of a mo...
chrysalis 29 17 a pupa, esp. of a mo...
chrysanth 29 19 (colloquial) a chrys...
chthonian 21 18 pertaining to the ea...
chubascos 26 21 CHUBASCO, a violent...
chubbiest 26 21 CHUBBY, plump, short...
chuckhole 28 25 (US) a hole or rut i...
chucklers 27 23 CHUCKLER, one who ch...
chuckling 28 26 laughing quietly [ad...
chuffiest 26 21 CHUFFY, fat or puffe...
chugalugs 25 21 CHUGALUG, to drink w...
chumashes 24 20 CHUMASH, a printed b...
chumashim 26 23 CHUMASH, a printed b...
chummages 24 23 CHUMMAGE, a fee paid...
chummiest 24 21 CHUMMY, friendly [ad...
chumpings 26 24 CHUMPING, the practi...
chumships 28 23 CHUMSHIP, friendship...
chundered 20 18 CHUNDER, (Australian...
chunkiest 22 20 CHUNKY, in chunks, s...
chunkings 23 23 CHUNKING, the act of...
chunnered 19 18 CHUNNER, to mutter,...
chuntered 20 17 CHUNTER, to mutter,...
chupattis 24 18 CHUPATTI, (Hindi) a...
chuprassy 30 20 (Urdu) an office mes...
churchier 27 20 CHURCHY, associated...
churching 28 23 CHURCH, to bring to...
churchism 29 23 devotion to church r...
churchman 27 24 a clergyman or eccle...
churchmen 27 24 CHURCHMAN, a clergym...
churchway 36 25 the public way or ro...
churidars 22 16 CHURIDAR, (Hindi) as...
churingas 22 18 CHURINGA, (Native Au...
churnings 22 19 CHURNING, the butter...
churnmilk 25 24 buttermilk [n -S]
churruses 22 16 CHURRUS, (Hindi) the...
chutzpahs 29 29 CHUTZPAH, (Yiddish)...
chyacking 32 26 CHYACK, (Australian...
chylified 31 21 CHYLIFY, to produce...
chylifies 31 20 CHYLIFY, to produce...
chylurias 29 18 CHYLURIA, a morbid c...
chymified 31 23 CHYMIFY, to form int...
chymifies 31 22 CHYMIFY, to form int...
chymistry 36 21 (archaic) chemistry...
chymosins 28 20 CHYMOSIN, rennin [n]
ciabattas 20 15 CIABATTA, (Italian)...
cibations 20 16 CIBATION, a process...
cicatrice 25 18 the scar of a healed...
cicatrise 22 15 to form a scar, also...
cicatrize 25 24 to form a scar, also...
ciceroned 20 17 CICERONE, to act as...
cicerones 20 16 CICERONE, to act as...
cichlidae 25 19 the cichlid family o...
cicisbeos 24 18 CICISBEO, a lover of...
ciclatons 22 17 CICLATON, (obsolete)...
ciclatoun 22 18 (obsolete) a costly...
cicutines 22 17 CICUTINE, a poisonou...
cidarises 19 13 CIDARIS, (Latin) the...
ciderkins 20 18 CIDERKIN, a type of...
cigarette 19 14 finely-cut tobacco r...
cigarillo 22 16 (Spanish) a small ci...
cigarlike 22 19 like a cigar [adj]
ciguatera 19 15 (Spanish) poisoning...
cilantros 19 14 CILANTRO, a herb use...
ciliately 27 16 CILIATE, possessing...
ciliation 19 14 the state of having...
cilicious 24 17 made, or consisting,...
ciliolate 20 14 fringed with very sh...
cimbaloms 24 22 CIMBALOM, a kind of...
ciminites 20 16 CIMINITE, a rock con...
cimmerian 20 19 very dark or gloomy...
cimolites 21 16 CIMOLITE, a type of...
cinchings 25 21 CINCHING [n]
cinchonas 22 19 CINCHONA, (Quechua)...
cinchonic 26 22 belonging to, or obt...
cincinnus 21 19 a type of infloresce...
cinctured 22 18 CINCTURE, to gird or...
cinctures 22 17 CINCTURE, to gird or...
cindering 19 17 CINDER, to reduce to...
cinderous 18 15 having the nature of...
cineastes 17 13 CINEASTE, a devotee...
cinematic 22 19 relating to the cine...
cinephile 23 19 a lover of the cinem...
cineramic 22 19 relating to Cinerama...
cineraria 17 13 any of various garde...
cinerator 17 13 an incinerator at a...
cinereous 17 14 related to ashes [ad...
cingulate 20 17 having a girdle, als...
cinnabars 19 17 CINNABAR, the princi...
cinnamons 17 18 CINNAMON, the spicy...
cinnamony 23 20 like cinnamon [adj]
cinnamyls 26 20 CINNAMYL, a radical...
cinquains 26 24 CINQUAIN, a stanza o...
cioppinos 22 19 CIOPPINO, (Italian)...
cipailles 23 17 CIPAILLE, (French) a...
cipherers 23 17 CIPHERER, one who ci...
ciphering 24 20 the act of encipheri...
ciphonies 22 18 CIPHONY, the electro...
cipollino 22 18 (Italian) a kind of...
circadian 21 17 occurring every twen...
circinate 21 16 rolled up with its a...
circlings 25 19 CIRCLING, the act of...
circuital 24 17 relating to a circui...
circuited 23 17 CIRCUIT, to move aro...
circuitry 30 18 an assemblage of cir...
circulars 24 17 CIRCULAR, a leaflet...
circulate 23 17 to go round [v CIRCU...
cirrhosed 21 15 affected by cirrhosi...
cirrhoses 21 14 CIRRHOSIS, a disease...
cirrhosis 22 14 a disease of the liv...
cirrhotic 25 17 pertaining to, cause...
cirriform 23 18 formed like a cirrus...
cirripede 21 16 a barnacle or other...
cirripeds 22 16 CIRRIPED, a barnacle...
cisalpine 21 17 on the hither side o...
ciseleurs 20 14 CISELEUR, (French) a...
ciselures 20 14 CISELURE, (French) t...
cispadane 19 17 on the hither side o...
cisplatin 22 17 a platinum-containin...
cissified 22 16 like a cissy, also S...
cisternae 17 13 CISTERNA, a fluid-co...
cisternal 19 14 relating to a cister...
cistronic 22 16 relating to a cistro...
cistvaens 20 17 CISTVAEN, a tomb cov...
citations 18 13 CITATION, an officia...
citharist 22 14 a player of the cith...
citifying 29 20 CITIFY, to adapt to...
citigrade 20 15 moving quickly, appl...
citizenly 29 25 like a citizen [adj]
citizenry 28 24 a whole body of citi...
citranges 19 15 CITRANGE, a hybrid b...
citrinins 19 14 CITRININ, an antibio...
cityfying 35 22 CITYFY, to adapt to...
cityscape 30 20 a view of a city [n...
civetlike 23 21 like a civet [adj]
civically 33 23 CIVIC, pertaining to...
civicisms 27 22 CIVICISM, a system o...
civilians 22 18 CIVILIAN, a nonmilit...
civilised 23 18 CIVILISE, to instruc...
civiliser 23 17 one who civilises, a...
civilises 23 17 CIVILISE, to instruc...
civilists 24 17 CIVILIST, a person v...
civilized 26 27 CIVILIZE, to instruc...
civilizer 26 26 one who civilizes, a...
civilizes 26 26 CIVILIZE, to instruc...
civilness 22 18 civility [n -ES]
clabbered 23 20 CLABBER, to curdle,...
clackdish 27 23 (archaic) a wooden d...
claddaghs 23 19 CLADDAGH, (Irish) an...
claddings 21 18 CLADDING, a material...
cladistic 24 17 relating to cladism,...
cladodial 20 16 like a cladode, a br...
cladogram 21 19 a branching diagram...
clafoutis 22 17 CLAFOUTI, a dessert...
claggiest 22 17 CLAGGY, sticky [adj]
claimable 23 20 capable of being cla...
claimants 20 17 CLAIMANT, one who ma...
clamantly 27 20 CLAMANT, calling alo...
clambakes 23 23 CLAMBAKE, the baking...
clambered 22 20 CLAMBER, to climb aw...
clamberer 22 19 one who clambers [n...
clammiest 22 19 CLAMMY, unpleasantly...
clamorers 20 16 CLAMORER, one who ma...
clamoring 21 19 CLAMOR, to make a lo...
clamorous 20 17 loud, full of clamou...
clamoured 20 18 CLAMOUR, to make a l...
clamourer 20 17 one who makes a clam...
clampdown 25 24 a tightening e.g. of...
clampered 22 20 CLAMPER, to botch up...
clampings 24 22 CLAMPING, the act of...
clamshell 25 20 the shell of a clam;...
clamworms 25 22 CLAMWORM, a marine w...
clangings 21 19 CLANGING, the noise...
clangored 19 17 CLANGOR, to clang lo...
clangours 20 17 CLANGOUR, to clang l...
clankiest 20 18 CLANKY, making a sha...
clankings 21 21 CLANKING, the sound...
clanships 24 19 CLANSHIP, a feeling...
clapboard 23 20 a narrow board, thic...
clapbread 23 20 a kind of hard-baked...
clappered 23 20 CLAPPER, to make a n...
clappings 25 22 CLAPPING, the act of...
claptraps 24 19 CLAPTRAP, flashy, em...
claqueurs 28 24 CLAQUEUR, a member o...
clarences 21 17 CLARENCE, a kind of...
clarendon 17 16 a form of condensed...
clareting 20 16 CLARET, to drink a r...
clarified 22 17 CLARIFY, to make cle...
clarifier 22 16 an agent that clarif...
clarifies 22 16 CLARIFY, to make cle...
clarinets 19 14 CLARINET, a woodwind...
clarioned 18 15 CLARION, to sound a...
clarionet 18 14 (archaic) a clarinet...
clarities 20 13 CLARITY, the state o...
clarsachs 25 18 CLARSACH, (Gaelic) a...
clarthead 21 16 a slow-witted person...
clartiest 20 13 CLARTY, sticky and d...
clashings 23 18 CLASHING, a striking...
claspings 23 19 CLASPING [n]
classable 22 17 capable of being put...
classible 23 17 capable of being put...
classical 24 17 resembling or in the...
classiest 20 13 CLASSY, having class...
classific 26 19 denoting classes [ad...
classings 21 16 CLASSING, putting in...
classisms 22 16 CLASSISM, discrimina...
classists 21 13 CLASSIST, one who di...
classless 21 14 without a (social) c...
classmate 20 16 one in the same clas...
classroom 20 16 a room in which chil...
classwork 24 20 work done in class [...
clatching 26 21 CLATCH, to dabble or...
clathrate 21 15 shaped like a net or...
clattered 19 14 CLATTER, to make a r...
clatterer 19 13 one who clatters [n...
clauchted 25 20 CLAUCHT, (Scots) to...
claughted 23 19 CLAUGHT, (Scots) to...
claustral 21 15 of, like, or charact...
claustrum 22 18 (Latin) a thin lamin...
clausulae 20 16 CLAUSULA, a short cl...
clausular 21 16 consisting of, or ha...
clavately 28 20 CLAVATE, club-shaped...
clavation 20 18 an articulation in a...
clavecins 24 21 CLAVECIN, a harpsich...
clavering 22 20 CLAVER, (Scots) to g...
clavicles 26 21 CLAVICLE, a shoulder...
clavicorn 24 21 a beetle having club...
clavicula 26 22 (Latin) the collarbo...
claviform 25 23 in the shape of a cl...
clavigers 23 19 CLAVIGER, (Latin) on...
clavulate 22 19 club-shaped, also CL...
clawbacks 29 26 CLAWBACK, taking by...
claybanks 28 23 CLAYBANK, a horse of...
claymores 26 18 CLAYMORE, (Gaelic) a...
claystone 24 16 a compact very fine-...
claytonia 24 16 an American genus of...
claywares 28 18 CLAYWARE, goods made...
cleanable 20 18 able to be cleaned [...
cleanings 19 17 CLEANING, the act of...
cleanlier 19 15 CLEANLY, clean in ha...
cleanlily 27 18 CLEANLY, clean in ha...
cleanness 17 15 the state of being c...
cleanouts 18 15 CLEANOUT, the act of...
cleansers 18 14 CLEANSER, that which...
cleansing 19 17 the act of cleansing...
cleanskin 19 19 (Australian) an unbr...
clearable 21 17 that can be cleared...
clearages 19 15 CLEARAGE, a piece of...
clearance 20 17 the act of clearing...
clearcole 22 17 a priming coat consi...
clearcuts 23 17 CLEARCUT, to cut a f...
cleareyed 24 16 having good judgment...
clearings 20 16 CLEARING, an open sp...
clearness 18 14 the state of being c...
clearouts 19 14 CLEAROUT, the action...
clearskin 20 18 (Australian) an unbr...
clearways 28 18 CLEARWAY, a non-stop...
clearweed 21 17 a nettlelike plant [...
clearwing 23 19 a transparent-winged...
cleavable 23 21 capable of cleaving...
cleavages 21 19 CLEAVAGE, a split; a...
cleavings 22 20 CLEAVING, the act of...
cleckiest 24 20 CLECKY, broody [adj]
cleckings 25 23 CLECKING, a brood [n...
cleithral 23 16 completely roofed ov...
clemently 27 20 CLEMENT, merciful [a...
clenchers 24 19 CLENCHER, a tool for...
clenching 25 22 CLENCH, to grasp fir...
cleopatra 20 16 a yellow European bu...
clepsydra 28 19 (Latin) an instrumen...
clergyman 27 21 one who works for th...
clergymen 27 21 CLERGYMAN, one who w...
clericals 24 17 CLERICAL, a member o...
clericate 22 16 the position of a cl...
clericity 30 18 the state of being a...
clerihews 25 18 CLERIHEW, a light ve...
clerisies 20 13 CLERISY, scholars an...
clerkdoms 22 21 CLERKDOM, the status...
clerklier 22 18 CLERKLY, pertaining...
clerklike 23 22 like a clerk [adj]
clerkling 23 21 a small clerk [n -S]
clerkship 26 22 the state, quality,...
cleruchia 25 19 an allotment of land...
cleveites 21 17 CLEVEITE, a radioact...
cleverest 21 17 CLEVER, intelligent,...
cleverish 24 19 somewhat clever [adj...
clianthus 22 17 (Latin) any climbing...
clickable 27 24 that can be clicked,...
clickbait 27 23 intriguing or sensat...
clicketed 24 21 CLICKET, to make a c...
clickings 26 23 CLICKING, a series o...
clickless 26 21 without a click [adj...
clickwrap 30 26 an agreement by a co...
clientage 19 16 clients collectively...
clientele 19 15 (French) a body of c...
cliffhang 27 24 to keep a reader in...
cliffhung 28 25 CLIFFHANG, to keep a...
cliffiest 25 19 CLIFFY, abounding in...
clifflike 27 24 like a cliff [adj]
cliffside 25 20 the side of a cliff...
clifftops 27 22 CLIFFTOP, the top of...
cliftiest 23 16 CLIFTY, broken into...
climactic 28 22 relating to a climax...
climating 22 19 CLIMATE, to remain i...
climatise 21 16 to acclimatise, also...
climatize 24 25 to acclimatize, also...
climature 21 17 (Shakespeare) a regi...
climaxing 28 26 CLIMAX, to reach a h...
climbable 26 23 that can be climbed...
climbdown 26 24 a retreat from a pre...
climbings 25 22 CLIMBING, the act of...
clinamens 19 18 CLINAMEN, (Latin) a...
clinchers 25 19 CLINCHER, a decisive...
clinching 26 22 CLINCH, to settle a...
clingfilm 26 23 thin plastic film th...
clingfish 26 21 any small marine tel...
clingiest 21 16 CLINGY, adhesive [ad...
clingwrap 26 22 a thin polythene mat...
clinician 22 18 a doctor having dire...
cliniques 28 24 CLINIQUE, (French) a...
clinkered 20 19 CLINKER, to make fur...
clinoaxes 24 21 CLINOAXIS, in crysta...
clinoaxis 25 21 in crystallography,...
clinostat 19 14 an apparatus for stu...
clinquant 27 25 (French) glittering,...
clintonia 18 15 any temperate liliac...
clipboard 24 20 a portable board wit...
clippable 27 23 that can be clipped...
clippings 26 22 CLIPPING, something...
clipshear 24 18 (Scots) an earwig [n...
clipsheet 24 18 a sheet clipped on t...
cliquiest 29 23 CLIQUEY, inclined to...
cliquisms 31 26 CLIQUISM, the tenden...
clitellar 22 15 relating to the clit...
clitellum 24 19 a region in the body...
cliticise 24 16 to pronounce as part...
cliticize 27 25 to pronounce as part...
clittered 20 14 CLITTER, to make a s...
cloacinal 22 18 relating to the cloa...
cloacitis 23 16 inflammation of the...
cloakroom 20 20 a room in which coat...
clobbered 23 20 CLOBBER, to strike v...
clochards 25 19 CLOCHARD, (French) a...
clockings 25 23 CLOCKING, the illega...
clocklike 26 25 like a clock or like...
clockwise 27 23 moving in the direct...
clockwork 28 27 the works or machine...
cloddiest 20 15 CLODDY, earthy [adj]
clodpated 21 18 stupid, doltish [adj...
clodpates 21 17 CLODPATE, a stupid p...
clodpoles 22 18 CLODPOLE, a stupid p...
clodpolls 24 19 CLODPOLL, a stupid p...
clogdance 22 20 a dance performed wi...
cloggiest 22 17 CLOGGY, lumpy, stick...
cloggings 23 20 CLOGGING, the act of...
cloisonne 17 15 (French) decorative...
cloisters 20 13 CLOISTER, to seclude...
cloistral 21 14 of, like, or charact...
clonicity 29 19 the state of being c...
clonidine 18 16 an antihypertensive...
clonkiest 20 18 CLONKY, making a dul...
closeable 21 17 that can be closed,...
closedown 21 18 an instance of suspe...
closehead 20 16 (Scots) the entrance...
closeness 18 14 the state of being c...
closeouts 19 14 CLOSEOUT, a clearanc...
closetful 23 18 the contents of a cl...
closeting 20 16 CLOSET, to enclose i...
closuring 21 17 CLOSURE, to end a de...
clothiers 22 15 CLOTHIER, one who de...
clothings 23 18 CLOTHING, clothes, g...
clothlike 24 20 like a cloth [adj]
clotpolls 24 18 CLOTPOLL, a stupid p...
clottered 19 14 CLOTTER, to coagulat...
clottiest 20 13 CLOTTY, tending to c...
clottings 21 16 CLOTTING, the act of...
cloturing 21 17 CLOTURE, to end a de...
cloudages 20 17 CLOUDAGE, the amount...
cloudiest 20 15 CLOUDY, overcast wit...
cloudings 21 18 CLOUDING, clouds col...
cloudland 20 18 an imaginary situati...
cloudless 21 16 without cloud [adj C...
cloudlets 21 16 CLOUDLET, a small cl...
cloudlike 22 20 like a cloud [adj]
cloudtown 22 19 an imaginary situati...
clouterly 27 17 like a clouter, clow...
clownfish 27 22 any of various brigh...
clownings 23 20 CLOWNING, acting the...
cloyingly 34 21 CLOYING [adv]
cloyments 26 19 CLOYMENT, surfeit [n...
clozapine 23 26 a neuroleptic drug u...
clubbable 27 24 sociable, also CLUBA...
clubbiest 25 20 CLUBBY, characterist...
clubbings 26 23 CLUBBING, visiting n...
clubbisms 27 23 CLUBBISM, the club s...
clubbists 26 20 CLUBBIST, a member o...
clubfaces 27 23 CLUBFACE, the striki...
clubhands 24 21 CLUBHAND, a deformed...
clubhauls 26 21 CLUBHAUL, to force a...
clubheads 24 20 CLUBHEAD, the part o...
clubhouse 24 20 the premises of a sp...
clublands 23 20 CLUBLAND, an area co...
clubmates 23 20 CLUBMATE, a fellow m...
clubrooms 23 20 CLUBROOM, a room in...
clubroots 22 17 CLUBROOT, a plant di...
clubwoman 25 24 a female member of a...
clubwomen 25 24 CLUBWOMAN, a female...
cluckiest 25 21 CLUCKY, (Australian...
clumpiest 24 20 CLUMPY, in clumps [a...
clumplike 26 25 like a clump [adj]
clumsiest 22 17 CLUMSY, not dexterou...
clunkiest 21 19 CLUNKY, clumsy in st...
clupeoids 22 18 CLUPEOID, a fish of...
clustered 20 15 CLUSTER, to form int...
clutchier 26 19 CLUTCHY, tending to...
clutching 27 22 CLUTCH, to grasp and...
cluttered 20 15 CLUTTER, to pile in...
cnidarian 17 15 a coelenterate, that...
coachable 25 21 that can be coached...
coachdogs 24 20 COACHDOG, a spotted...
coachiest 23 17 COACHY, relating to...
coachings 24 20 COACHING [n]
coachline 23 19 a decorative line al...
coachload 23 19 the passengers of a...
coachwhip 31 25 a large, slender, ha...
coachwood 25 21 an Australian tree y...
coachwork 27 24 vehicle bodywork [n...
coactions 20 16 COACTION, joint acti...
coadapted 19 17 mutually adapted [ad...
coadjutor 20 23 a bishop assisting a...
coadmired 19 17 COADMIRE, to admire...
coadmires 19 16 COADMIRE, to admire...
coadunate 16 15 to unite, to combine...
coagulant 19 17 that which produces...
coagulase 19 16 any of several enzym...
coagulate 19 16 to curdle, clot, or...
coagulums 22 20 COAGULUM, a clot [n]
coalballs 23 18 COALBALL, a calcareo...
coalboxes 26 23 COALBOX, a box for s...
coaldusts 20 15 COALDUST, the dust f...
coalesced 21 17 COALESCE, to blend [...
coalesces 21 16 COALESCE, to blend [...
coalfaces 23 19 COALFACE, exposed co...
coalfield 22 18 a district or area c...
coalholes 21 16 COALHOLE, a compartm...
coalhouse 20 16 a place where coal i...
coalified 21 17 COALIFY, to convert...
coalifies 21 16 COALIFY, to convert...
coalising 20 16 COALISE, to bring in...
coalition 18 14 the act of merging i...
coalizing 23 25 COALIZE, to bring in...
coalminer 19 17 one who digs coal [n...
coalmines 19 17 COALMINE, a mine at...
coalsacks 23 20 COALSACK, a sack for...
coalsheds 21 16 COALSHED, a shed for...
coalyards 25 16 COALYARD, a yard for...
coanchors 22 18 COANCHOR, to present...
coannexed 21 22 COANNEX, to annex jo...
coannexes 21 21 COANNEX, to annex jo...
coappears 21 18 COAPPEAR, to appear...
coarctate 20 15 to press together; t...
coarsened 16 14 COARSEN, to make coa...
coassists 19 12 COASSIST, to assist...
coassumed 19 17 COASSUME, to assume...
coassumes 19 16 COASSUME, to assume...
coastally 26 16 COASTAL, pertaining...
coastings 19 15 COASTING, coastal tr...
coastland 18 15 land along the coast...
coastline 18 14 the line or boundary...
coastward 21 16 in the direction of...
coastwise 21 15 along the coast [adv...
coatdress 18 13 a dress styled like...
coatracks 22 19 COATRACK, a rack for...
coatrooms 18 15 COATROOM, a room for...
coatstand 17 14 a stand for hanging...
coattails 19 13 COATTAIL, the back l...
coattends 17 14 COATTEND, to attend...
coattests 18 12 COATTEST, to attest...
coauthors 20 15 COAUTHOR, to write t...
coaxially 32 23 COAXIAL, having a co...
coaxingly 32 25 COAXING [adv]
cobalamin 21 20 a complex molecule c...
cobaltine 20 17 a mineral of a nearl...
cobaltite 21 16 a mineral of a nearl...
cobaltous 21 17 containing cobalt in...
cobblings 25 22 COBBLING, mending sh...
cobloaves 22 20 COBLOAF, a rounded l...
cobriform 24 21 like or related to t...
cobwebbed 27 25 COBWEB, to cover wit...
cocainise 20 16 to anaesthetise with...
cocainism 22 19 a morbid condition c...
cocainist 21 16 one suffering from c...
cocainize 23 25 to anaesthetise with...
cocaptain 22 19 a joint captain [n -...
coccidium 27 23 a parasitic protozoa...
coccoidal 25 20 like a coccoid, a sp...
coccolite 25 19 a small rounded body...
coccolith 28 21 a small rounded body...
coccygeal 32 23 pertaining to the co...
coccygian 31 23 relating to the cocc...
cochaired 23 18 COCHAIR, to serve jo...
cochineal 23 19 a dyestuff consistin...
cochleare 23 18 a kind of spoon, als...
cochlears 24 18 COCHLEAR, a kind of...
cochleate 23 18 having the form of a...
cocineras 20 16 COCINERA, a cook [n]
cockamamy 30 27 ridiculous, incredib...
cockapoos 23 22 COCKAPOO, a cross be...
cockateel 22 20 (Dutch) a small cres...
cockatiel 23 20 (Dutch) a small cres...
cockatoos 21 19 COCKATOO, a bird of...
cockbills 28 24 COCKBILL, to raise t...
cockbirds 26 23 COCKBIRD, a male bir...
cockboats 24 22 COCKBOAT, a small bo...
cockcrows 29 25 COCKCROW, early dawn...
cockerels 23 20 COCKEREL, a young ro...
cockering 23 22 COCKER, to pamper; t...
cockfight 29 26 a fight between cock...
cockhorse 24 21 a child's rocking-ho...
cockiness 22 20 the state of being c...
cocklebur 26 24 the burdock, also CL...
cockleert 23 20 (dialect) cockcrow [...
cockleman 23 24 a cockle fisherman [...
cocklemen 23 24 COCKLEMAN, a cockle...
cocklings 25 23 COCKLING, the act of...
cocklofts 26 23 COCKLOFT, a small ro...
cockmatch 29 27 a cockfight [n -ES]
cockneyfy 36 27 to make (an accent)...
cockroach 27 24 an orthopterous inse...
cockscomb 29 28 a jester's cap, rese...
cocksfoot 24 22 a type of grass [n -...
cockshies 25 21 COCKSHY, a target in...
cockshots 25 21 COCKSHOT, a target i...
cockshuts 26 22 COCKSHUT, twilight,...
cocksiest 23 19 COCKSY, self-importa...
cockspurs 26 23 COCKSPUR, a variety...
cockswain 25 23 the steersman of a b...
cocktails 24 20 COCKTAIL, to dock a...
cocoanuts 20 17 COCOANUT, the large,...
cocobolas 23 19 COCOBOLA, a dark woo...
cocobolos 23 19 COCOBOLO, a tropical...
cocooners 19 16 COCOONER, one who re...
cocoonery 25 18 a building or apartm...
cocooning 20 19 the practice of spen...
cocoplums 26 23 COCOPLUM, a West Ind...
cocounsel 21 18 a joint counsel [n -...
cocozelle 25 26 a variety of squash...
cocreated 20 16 COCREATE, to create...
cocreates 20 15 COCREATE, to create...
cocreator 20 15 one who creates some...
coculture 23 18 to grow (two or more...
cocurator 21 16 one who shares a cur...
cocuswood 24 20 the so-called Jamaic...
codebooks 20 20 CODEBOOK, a book con...
codebtors 20 16 CODEBTOR, one who sh...
codenames 17 17 CODENAME, a name use...
coderived 20 18 CODERIVE, to derive...
coderives 20 17 CODERIVE, to derive...
codesigns 19 16 CODESIGN, to design...
codevelop 22 21 to develop jointly [...
codewords 21 17 CODEWORD, a name use...
codfishes 23 18 CODFISH, a marine fo...
codifiers 21 16 CODIFIER, one who co...
codifying 28 21 CODIFY, to put into...
codirects 22 16 CODIRECT, to direct...
codomains 18 17 CODOMAIN, in mathema...
codpieces 23 19 CODPIECE, a cover fo...
codrivers 21 17 CODRIVER, one who co...
codriving 22 20 CODRIVE, to work as...
coediting 19 16 COEDIT, to edit toge...
coeditors 18 13 COEDITOR, a joint ed...
coeffects 25 21 COEFFECT, an accompa...
coelomata 18 16 COELOM, a body cavit...
coelomate 18 16 having a coelom [adj...
coelostat 18 13 an astronomical inst...
coemploys 28 21 COEMPLOY, to employ...
coempting 22 21 COEMPT, to buy up th...
coemption 20 19 the purchase of the...
coenacles 20 17 COENACLE, a dining r...
coenacted 19 17 COENACT, to enact to...
coenamors 17 16 COENAMOR, to inflame...
coenamour 17 17 to enamour jointly,...
coendured 17 16 COENDURE, to endure...
coendures 17 15 COENDURE, to endure...
coenobite 18 16 a monk who lives in...
coenobium 20 20 a colony of unicellu...
coenocyte 25 18 a multinucleate unic...
coenosarc 19 16 the common soft tiss...
coenzymes 27 27 COENZYME, a non-prot...
coequally 34 26 COEQUAL, equal in ra...
coequated 25 23 COEQUATE, to equate...
coequates 25 22 COEQUATE, to equate...
coercible 24 19 capable of being coe...
coercibly 31 21 COERCIBLE, capable o...
coercions 20 16 COERCION, the act of...
coerected 20 16 COERECT, to erect to...
coeternal 17 14 equally eternal, joi...
coevality 27 19 the state of being c...
coevolved 22 22 COEVOLVE, to evolve...
coevolves 22 21 COEVOLVE, to evolve...
coexerted 23 20 COEXERT, to exert jo...
coexisted 24 20 COEXIST, to exist to...
coextends 23 21 COEXTEND, to extend...
cofactors 23 18 COFACTOR, a molecule...
cofeature 19 16 to feature jointly [...
coffeepot 23 21 a pot for coffee [n...
cofferdam 23 22 a narrow vacant spac...
coffering 23 21 COFFER, to put in a...
coffining 23 22 COFFIN, to put in a...
coffinite 22 19 a uranium-yielding o...
cofinance 21 20 to finance in collab...
cofirings 22 18 COFIRING, the combus...
cofounded 19 19 COFOUND, to found jo...
cofounder 19 18 one who founds somet...
cogencies 21 18 COGENCY, the state o...
coggliest 22 17 COGGLY, shaky [adj]
cogitable 22 18 capable of being tho...
cogitated 19 15 COGITATE, to ponder...
cogitates 19 14 COGITATE, to ponder...
cogitator 19 14 one who cogitates [n...
cognately 25 18 COGNATE, related by...
cognation 17 16 relationship by bloo...
cognisant 18 16 aware, conscious of,...
cognisers 19 15 COGNISER, one that c...
cognising 20 18 COGNISE, to become a...
cognition 18 16 the process of knowi...
cognitive 21 19 capable of, or perta...
cognizant 21 25 having cognizance or...
cognizers 22 24 COGNIZER, one that c...
cognizing 23 27 COGNIZE, to become a...
cognomens 18 19 COGNOMEN, a family n...
cognomina 18 19 COGNOMEN, a family n...
cognosced 21 19 COGNOSCE, in Scots l...
cognosces 21 18 COGNOSCE, in Scots l...
cognovits 21 19 COGNOVIT, in law, an...
cogwheels 25 20 COGWHEEL, a toothed...
cohabited 22 18 COHABIT, to dwell to...
cohabitee 21 17 one who is cohabited...
cohabiter 22 17 one who cohabits, al...
cohabitor 22 17 one who cohabits, al...
coheading 20 18 COHEAD, to head join...
coheiress 20 14 a joint heiress [n -...
coherence 21 18 a tendency to cohere...
coherency 28 20 a tendency to cohere...
coheritor 20 14 a joint heir, also C...
cohesible 23 18 capable of cohesion...
cohesions 19 15 COHESION, the act of...
cohibited 23 18 COHIBIT, to restrain...
cohobated 21 18 COHOBATE, to distill...
cohobates 21 17 COHOBATE, to distill...
coholders 21