6 letter words that start with S

6 letter words that start with S

6 letter S word

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sabals 13 10 SABAL, a variety of...
sabbat 14 12 an assembly of demon...
sabbed 14 13 SAB, (Scots) to sob...
sabers 12 9 SABER, to strike wit...
sabhas 14 11 SABHA, (Arabic) a se...
sabicu 16 13 a Caribbean tree, ak...
sabine 11 10 an evergreen shrub,...
sabins 12 10 SABIN, (obsolete) a...
sabirs 13 9 SABIR, (French) a Fr...
sabkha 15 15 (Arabic) a broad, sa...
sabled 13 11 SABLE, to darken [v]
sables 13 10 SABLE, to darken [v]
sabots 12 9 SABOT, (French) a wo...
sabras 12 9 SABRA, (Hebrew) a pr...
sabred 12 10 SABRE, to strike wit...
sabres 12 9 SABRE, to strike wit...
sacbut 16 13 a medieval trombone,...
saccoi 16 12 SACCOS, (Greek) a Bi...
saccos 16 12 (Greek) a Bishop's v...
sachem 16 14 a North American ind...
sachet 15 11 a small plastic enve...
sacked 14 14 SACK, to put into a...
sacker 14 13 a position in baseba...
sacque 21 19 a woman's loose-fitt...
sacral 14 10 a vertebra or nerve...
sacred 13 10 dedicated to or set...
sacrum 15 13 a bone of the pelvis...
sadded 10 9 SAD, to express sadn...
sadden 9 9 to make sad [v -ED,...
sadder 10 8 SAD, unhappy [adj]
saddhu 13 11 (Sanskrit) an asceti...
saddie 10 8 a dull unsociable pe...
saddle 11 9 to put a leather sea...
saddos 10 8 SADDO, (slang) an un...
sadhes 12 9 SADHE, (Hebrew) a He...
sadhus 13 10 SADHU, (Sanskrit) an...
sadism 12 10 pleasure gained from...
sadist 11 7 one who inflicts pai...
sadzas 13 16 SADZA, a type of por...
saeter 9 6 (Norwegian) an uplan...
safari 12 9 a hunting expedition...
safely 19 12 SAFE, secure [adv]
safest 12 9 SAFE, secure [adj]
safety 18 11 to protect against f...
safing 13 12 SAFE, (obsolete) to...
safrol 13 10 a colourless oily li...
safter 12 9 SAFT, (Scots) soft [...
sagbut 14 12 a medieval trombone,...
sagely 18 11 SAGE, wise [adv]
sagene 9 9 a network [n -S]
sagest 11 8 SAGE, wise [adj]
saggar 12 10 a clay box in which...
sagged 12 11 SAG, to bend or give...
sagger 12 10 a clay box in which...
sagier 11 8 SAGY, flavoured with...
sagoin 10 9 a South American mon...
saguin 11 10 a South American mon...
sahebs 14 11 SAHEB, a term of res...
sahiba 14 11 (Hindi) a lady sahib...
sahibs 15 11 SAHIB, a term of res...
saices 13 9 SAICE, a male servan...
saicks 15 13 SAICK, a Levantine v...
saidst 11 7 SAY, to utter in wor...
saigas 11 8 SAIGA, (Russian) an...
saikei 11 10 (Japanese) a miniatu...
sailed 11 8 SAIL, to be pushed i...
sailer 11 7 a vessel that sails...
sailor 11 7 a member of a ship's...
saimin 11 10 (Chinese) a Hawaiian...
sained 9 8 SAINE, (Spenser) 3rd...
saints 10 7 SAINT, to hail as a...
saique 18 16 a Levantine vessel l...
saired 10 7 SAIR, to savour, als...
sairer 10 6 SAIR, (Scots) sore,...
saithe 12 8 the coalfish, also S...
saiths 13 8 SAITH, the coalfish,...
saiyid 17 9 (Arabic) a descendan...
sajous 12 16 SAJOU, a capuchin or...
sakais 11 10 SAKAI, a Malaysian a...
sakers 11 10 SAKER, a falcon nati...
sakias 11 10 SAKIA, (Arabic) an E...
sakieh 13 12 (Arabic) an Eastern...
sakkoi 12 14 SAKKOS, (Greek) an E...
sakkos 12 14 (Greek) an Eastern b...
saktis 12 10 SAKTI, (Hindu) the w...
salaam 11 10 (Arabic) to make a s...
salade 10 8 in medieval armour,...
salads 11 8 SALAD, a dish of gre...
salals 12 8 SALAL, an American s...
salami 12 10 a seasoned sausage [...
salary 17 9 to pay periodically...
salats 11 7 SALAT, (Arabic) a se...
saleps 13 10 SALEP, dried orchid...
salets 11 7 SALET, in medieval a...
salewd 14 11 SALUE, (obsolete) to...
salify 20 12 to combine with salt...
salina 10 8 (Spanish) a salt lag...
saline 10 8 a salt solution [n -...
saliva 13 11 a fluid secreted by...
sallad 12 9 (archaic) a salad [n...
sallal 13 9 (Native American) an...
sallee 11 8 a species of acacia...
salles 12 8 SALLE, (French) a ha...
sallet 12 8 in medieval armour,...
sallow 15 11 esp. of a person's s...
salmis 13 10 SALMI, (French) a ra...
salmon 11 11 any soft-finned fish...
salols 12 8 SALOL, a white cryst...
salons 10 8 SALON, a large room...
saloon 9 8 a large room or hall...
saloop 12 10 a hot drink made fro...
salops 13 10 SALOP, a hot drink m...
salpae 12 10 SALPA, a free-swimmi...
salpas 13 10 SALPA, a free-swimmi...
salpid 14 11 a free-swimming smal...
salsas 11 7 SALSA, to do such a...
salses 11 7 SALSE, (French) a mu...
salted 11 8 SALT, to put salt on...
salter 11 7 a person who makes o...
saltie 11 7 a deep-sea vessel sa...
saltly 19 10 SALT, tasting of sal...
saltos 11 7 SALTO, (Italian) to...
saltus 12 8 (Latin) a breach of...
salued 11 9 SALUE, (obsolete) to...
salues 11 8 SALUE, (obsolete) to...
saluki 13 12 (Arabic) a greyhound...
salute 11 8 to greet with a sign...
salved 13 12 SALVE, to soothe [v]
salver 13 11 a tray or serving pl...
salves 13 11 SALVE, to soothe [v]
salvia 13 11 a genus of plants in...
salvor 13 11 one who assists in s...
salvos 13 11 SALVO, to discharge...
salwar 14 10 a long tunic worn ov...
samaan 9 10 (Carib) the rain-tre...
samans 10 10 SAMAN, (Carib) the r...
samara 10 9 a propeller-like win...
sambal 14 13 a food served with c...
sambar 13 12 a large Asian deer,...
sambas 13 12 SAMBA, to perform a...
sambos 13 12 SAMBO, a colloquial...
sambur 14 13 a large Asian deer,...
samech 16 14 (Hebrew) the 15th le...
samekh 14 15 (Hebrew) the 15th le...
sameks 12 13 SAMEK, (Hebrew) the...
samely 18 12 SAME, resembling in...
samfoo 12 12 (Chinese) an outfit...
samfus 14 13 SAMFU, (Chinese) an...
samiel 12 10 a hot sand-laden win...
samier 11 9 SAMEY, (colloquial)...
samite 11 9 a rich and heavy sil...
samiti 12 9 (Hindi) a political...
samlet 12 10 a young salmon, also...
samlor 12 10 a three-wheeled taxi...
sammed 12 13 SAM, (Spenser) to ga...
samosa 10 9 (Hindi) a small, fri...
sampan 12 13 (Chinese) a flat-bot...
sampis 14 12 SAMPI, a supposed na...
sample 14 13 to test a specimen o...
samshu 14 12 (Chinese) a spirituo...
sancai 12 10 (Chinese) in Chinese...
sancho 14 12 (Ashanti) a West Afr...
sancta 12 10 SANCTUM, a sacred pl...
sandal 10 9 to dress in light op...
sanded 9 9 SAND, to cover with...
sandek 10 12 (Hebrew) a man who h...
sander 9 8 a tool for sanding [...
sandhi 12 10 (Sanskrit) the modif...
sanely 16 10 SANE, mentally sound...
sanest 9 7 SANE, mentally sound...
sangar 10 9 (Pushtu) a temporary...
sangas 10 9 SANGA, (Pushtu) a te...
sanger 10 9 (Australian slang) a...
sangha 12 11 the Buddhist communi...
sanghs 13 11 SANGH, (Hindi) an as...
sangos 10 9 SANGO, (colloquial)...
sanies 9 7 (Latin) a watery fou...
sanify 18 12 to make healthy [v S...
saning 10 10 SANE, to make the si...
sanity 16 9 the state of being s...
sanjak 12 20 (Turkish) a district...
sankos 10 11 SANKO, a West Africa...
sannie 8 8 (Scots) a sandshoe [...
sannop 10 11 (Native American) a...
sannup 11 12 (Native American) a...
sanpan 10 11 (Chinese) a flat-bot...
sanpro 11 10 sanitary protection...
sansar 9 7 a cold, whistling wi...
sansas 9 7 SANSA, (Arabic) an A...
sansei 9 7 a grandchild of Japa...
santal 10 8 sandalwood [n -S]
santim 11 10 a formerly used coin...
santir 10 7 a Persian stringed i...
santol 10 8 a tropical tree yiel...
santon 8 8 (Spanish) an Eastern...
santos 9 7 SANTO, (Spanish) the...
santur 10 8 (Arabic) an Eastern...
saolas 10 7 SAOLA, a small oxlik...
sapans 11 10 SAPAN, (Malay) the w...
sapego 12 11 a dry, scaly eruptio...
sapele 12 10 a tropical timber re...
sapful 16 14 full of sap [adj]
sapors 12 9 SAPOR, flavour, also...
sapota 11 9 (Spanish) the edible...
sapote 11 9 a tropical American...
sapour 12 10 flavour, also SAPOR...
sappan 13 13 (Malay) the wood of...
sapped 14 13 SAP, to deprive of s...
sapper 14 12 a military engineer...
sapple 15 13 (Scots) to wash clot...
sarans 9 7 SARAN, a thermoplast...
sarape 11 9 (Spanish) a blanket...
sardar 10 7 (Urdu) a native chie...
sardel 11 8 a small fish related...
sarees 9 6 SAREE, (Hindi) an ou...
sarges 11 8 SARGE, (colloquial)...
sargos 11 8 (Spanish) a fish, th...
sargus 12 9 (Spanish) a fish, se...
saring 11 9 SAR, (Scots) to savo...
sarins 10 7 SARIN, (German) a co...
sarmie 11 9 (South Africa) a san...
sarney 15 9 (colloquial) a sandw...
sarnie 9 7 (colloquial) a sandw...
sarode 9 7 (Hindi) an Indian in...
sarods 10 7 SAROD, (Hindi) an In...
sarong 10 9 (Malay) a sort of pe...
sarsar 10 6 a cold, whistling wi...
sarsen 9 7 a sandstone boulder...
sartor 10 6 (Latin) a tailor [n...
sasers 10 6 SASER, a device for...
sashay 18 10 (colloquial) to walk...
sashed 12 9 SASH, to dress or ad...
sashes 12 8 SASH, to dress or ad...
sasine 9 7 (Scots) infeftment,...
sasins 10 7 SASIN, (Nepali) the...
sassed 10 7 SASS, to talk impude...
sasses 10 6 SASSE, (Dutch) a slu...
sastra 10 6 (Sanskrit) any of th...
satais 10 6 SATAI, (Malay) a Mal...
satang 10 9 (Thai) a monetary un...
satara 9 6 (Hindi) a ribbed lus...
satays 16 8 SATAY, (Malay) a dis...
satcom 14 12 satellite communicat...
sateen 8 7 a glossy cotton or w...
sating 11 9 SATE, to satisfy to...
satins 10 7 SATIN, to make like...
satiny 16 9 resembling satin [ad...
satire 10 6 the use of ridicule...
sative 12 10 (obsolete) cultivate...
satnav 11 11 (colloquial) satelli...
satori 10 6 (Japanese) a state o...
satrap 12 9 a governor of a prov...
satyra 16 8 a female satyr, also...
satyre 16 8 in phrase sea satyre...
satyrs 17 8 SATYR, a Greek god o...
saubas 12 10 SAUBA, a South Ameri...
sauced 13 11 SAUCE, to serve with...
saucer 13 10 a small shallow dish...
sauces 13 10 SAUCE, to serve with...
sauchs 16 12 SAUCH, (Scots) a sal...
sauger 11 9 an American freshwat...
saughs 14 11 SAUGH, (Scots) a sal...
saughy 20 13 full of saughs, will...
saulge 12 10 (Spenser) the plant...
saulie 11 8 (Scots) a hired mour...
saults 12 8 SAULT, a waterfall o...
saunas 9 8 SAUNA, to take a sau...
saunts 10 8 SAUNT, to sanctify [...
saurel 11 8 (French) a marine fi...
sauted 10 8 SAUTE, (French) to f...
sautes 10 7 SAUTE, (French) to f...
savage 12 12 fierce, uncivilized...
savant 11 11 (French) a learned p...
savate 11 10 (French) a French fo...
savers 12 10 SAVER, one that save...
saveys 18 12 SAVEY, to know, to u...
savine 11 11 a species of juniper...
saving 13 13 money laid aside for...
savins 12 11 SAVIN, a species of...
savior 12 10 one who saves, also...
savors 12 10 SAVOR, to taste or s...
savory 18 12 (US) savoury [adj SA...
savour 12 11 to taste or smell wi...
savoys 18 12 SAVOY, a variety of...
savvey 20 16 (colloquial) to know...
sawahs 15 11 SAWAH, (Malay) an ir...
sawder 13 10 to flatter, also SOW...
sawers 13 9 SAWER, one who saws,...
sawfly 23 15 a hymenopterous inse...
sawing 14 12 the act of sawing [n...
sawlog 15 12 a log large enough t...
sawney 18 12 a foolish person [n...
sawpit 16 12 a pit in which a saw...
sawyer 19 11 one whose occupation...
saxaul 17 15 a low, thick, grotes...
saxist 17 13 a saxophone player [...
saxman 16 17 a saxophone player [...
saxmen 16 17 SAXMAN, a saxophone...
saxony 21 16 a fine soft woollen...
sayeds 16 9 SAYED, (Arabic) a Mu...
sayers 16 8 SAYER, one that says...
sayest 16 8 SAY, to utter in wor...
sayids 17 9 SAYID, (Arabic) a de...
saying 17 11 a maxim, proverb [n...
sayons 15 9 SAYON, a jacket [n]
sayyid 23 11 (Arabic) a descendan...
sazhen 14 18 (Russian) a unit of...
sazzes 16 24 SAZ, a stringed inst...
sbirri 14 9 SBIRRO, (Italian) an...
sbirro 13 9 (Italian) an Italian...
scabby 24 17 covered with scabs [...
scaffs 18 15 SCAFF [n]
scaffy 24 17 (Scots) having littl...
scails 15 10 SCAIL, (Scots) to sc...
scaith 16 11 to injure, also SCAT...
scalae 13 10 SCALA, a machine for...
scalar 14 10 a mathematical quant...
scalds 15 11 SCALD, to burn with...
scaled 14 11 SCALE, to climb up o...
scaler 14 10 a person or thing th...
scales 14 10 SCALE, to climb up o...
scalls 16 11 SCALL, (obsolete) sc...
scally 22 13 a scallywag or rogue...
scalps 17 13 SCALP, to remove the...
scamel 15 13 (Shakespeare) allege...
scampi 17 15 (Italian) crustacean...
scamps 17 15 SCAMP, to perform ca...
scamto 14 12 the argot of urban S...
scants 13 10 SCANT, to cut short,...
scanty 19 12 poorly supplied [adj...
scapas 15 12 SCAPA, to run away,...
scaped 15 13 SCAPE, to escape [v]
scapes 15 12 SCAPE, to escape [v]
scapus 16 13 (Latin) the shaft of...
scarab 15 12 any scarabaeid beetl...
scarce 16 12 in short supply [adj...
scared 13 10 frightened [adj SCAR...
scarer 13 9 something or someone...
scares 13 9 SCARE, to frighten [...
scarey 19 11 frightening, also SC...
scarfs 16 12 SCARF, to cover with...
scarpa 15 12 to run away, leave w...
scarph 18 14 in carpentry, to uni...
scarps 16 12 SCARP, to make into...
scarre 13 9 (Scots) to scare, al...
scarry 20 11 marked with scars [a...
scarth 16 11 a cormorant, also SC...
scarts 14 9 SCART, to scratch, s...
scatch 19 14 a stilt [n -ES]
scathe 15 11 to injure, also SCAI...
scaths 16 11 SCATH, (Spenser) to...
scatts 14 9 SCATT, (historical)...
scatty 20 11 empty-headed [adj SC...
scauds 14 11 SCAUD, (Scots) to sc...
scaups 16 13 SCAUP, to cut the sc...
scaurs 14 10 SCAUR, (Scots) to sc...
scaury 20 12 in the Orkneys, a yo...
scazon 15 19 (Greek) a choliamb,...
sceatt 13 9 (Old English) a smal...
scenas 12 10 SCENA, (Italian) a s...
scends 13 11 SCEND, of a ship, to...
scened 12 11 SCENE, to set in a p...
scenes 12 10 SCENE, to set in a p...
scenic 16 13 of or pertaining to...
scents 13 10 SCENT, to fill with...
scerne 12 10 (archaic) to discern...
schavs 18 15 SCHAV, (Yiddish) a c...
schelm 18 15 (obsolete) a scoundr...
schema 16 14 (Greek) a schematic...
scheme 16 14 to plan or plot [v S...
schism 18 14 a division of unity...
schist 17 11 a type of metamorphi...
schizo 19 20 (colloquial) a schiz...
schizy 26 22 affected with schizo...
schlep 19 15 (Yiddish) to drag on...
schlub 20 16 (Yiddish) a stupid o...
schmoe 16 14 (Yiddish) a stupid o...
schmos 17 14 SCHMO, (Yiddish) a s...
schnoz 18 21 (Yiddish) the nose,...
school 16 12 to educate in an ins...
schorl 17 12 (German) a mineral,...
schout 16 12 (Dutch) a municipal...
schrik 18 15 a sudden fright [n -...
schrod 16 12 a young cod, also SC...
schtik 18 15 (Yiddish) a familiar...
schtum 18 15 (Yiddish) silent, du...
schtup 19 15 (Yiddish) to have se...
schuit 17 12 (Dutch) a flat-botto...
schuln 17 14 SCHUL, a synagogue,...
schuls 18 13 SCHUL, a synagogue,...
schuss 17 12 to make a fast, stra...
schuyt 23 14 (Dutch) a Dutch flat...
schwag 20 16 (Yiddish) cheap merc...
schwas 19 14 SCHWA, (German) a vo...
scient 13 10 (archaic) knowing; s...
scilla 16 11 (Latin) any plant of...
scions 13 10 SCION, a young membe...
sciroc 17 12 (Italian) a hot, dry...
sclaff 19 16 to strike the ground...
sclate 14 10 (Scots) slate [n -S]...
sclave 16 14 (obsolete) a slave [...
sclera 14 10 the outermost membra...
sclere 14 10 a sponge spicule [n...
scliff 20 16 (Scots) a small segm...
sclims 17 13 SCLIM, (Scots) to cl...
scoffs 18 15 SCOFF, to express ru...
scolds 15 11 SCOLD, to rebuke har...
scolex 20 17 the knoblike head of...
scolia 14 10 SCOLION, a Greek dri...
sconce 15 13 to entrench, to scre...
scones 12 10 SCONE, a flattish, u...
scooby 21 14 a clue, as in the ph...
scooch 18 14 to compress one's bo...
scoogs 14 11 SCOOG, (Scots) to sh...
scoops 15 12 SCOOP, to lift with...
scoosh 15 11 to squirt, also SKOO...
scoots 13 9 SCOOT, to go quickly...
scopae 14 12 SCOPA, (Latin) a bru...
scopas 15 12 SCOP, (Old English)...
scoped 15 13 SCOPE, to examine wi...
scopes 15 12 SCOPE, to examine wi...
scorch 19 14 to burn slightly [v...
scored 13 10 SCORE, to achieve a...
scorer 13 9 one that scores [n -...
scores 13 9 SCORE, to achieve a...
scoria 13 9 the dross or slag fr...
scorns 13 10 SCORN, to treat with...
scorse 13 9 (obsolete) to exchan...
scotch 19 14 to frustrate, put an...
scoter 13 9 a sea duck [n -S]
scotia 13 9 a concave molding us...
scougs 15 12 SCOUG, (Scots) to sh...
scoups 16 13 SCOUP, (Scots) to bo...
scours 14 10 SCOUR, to cleanse by...
scouse 13 10 a type of meat stew...
scouth 16 12 (Scots) free range,...
scouts 14 10 SCOUT, to reconnoitr...
scowed 16 13 SCOW, to transport b...
scowls 18 13 SCOWL, to frown angr...
scowps 19 15 SCOWP, (Scots) to bo...
scowth 19 14 (Scots) free range,...
scozza 19 27 (Australian slang) a...
scrabs 16 12 SCRAB, (dialect) to...
scraes 13 9 SCRAE, (Scott) scree...
scrags 15 11 SCRAG, to wring the...
scramb 17 15 (dialect) to scratch...
scrams 15 12 SCRAM, to leave quic...
scrans 13 10 SCRAN, (slang) food,...
scrape 15 12 to rub and make a gr...
scraps 16 12 SCRAP, to discard [v...
scrats 14 9 SCRAT, to scratch, a...
scrawb 19 15 to scrape with or as...
scrawl 18 13 to write hastily or...
scrawm 18 15 (dialect) to scratch...
scrawp 19 15 (dialect) to scratch...
scraws 17 12 SCRAW, (archaic) a t...
scraye 19 11 the tern, also SCRAY...
scrays 20 11 SCRAY, the tern, als...
screak 14 13 to creak [v -ED, -IN...
scream 14 12 to utter a prolonged...
screed 13 10 to tear; to make a s...
screen 12 10 to provide with a co...
screes 13 9 SCREE, a mass of roc...
screet 13 9 (dialect) to weep [v...
screws 17 12 SCREW, to attach wit...
screwy 23 14 (colloquial) eccentr...
scribe 16 12 to mark with a point...
scried 14 10 SCRY, to engage in c...
scries 14 9 SCRY, to engage in c...
scrike 15 13 to shriek, also SHRE...
scrimp 18 15 scanty, also SKRIMP...
scrims 16 12 SCRIM, a durable pla...
scrine 13 10 (obsolete) a chest f...
scrips 17 12 SCRIP, a small bag;...
script 17 12 to prepare a written...
scrive 16 13 to write, esp. with...
scrobe 15 12 a groove [n -S]
scrobs 16 12 SCROB, to scrape wit...
scrods 14 10 SCROD, a young cod,...
scrogs 15 11 SCROG, (dialect) a s...
scroll 16 11 to move text across...
scrome 14 12 (dialect) to crawl o...
scroop 15 12 to make a harsh grat...
scrorp 16 12 (dialect) a deep scr...
scrota 13 9 SCROTUM, the bag of...
scrote 13 9 (slang) a worthless...
scrowl 18 13 to draft, also SCROW...
scrows 17 12 SCROW, a scroll [n]
scrubs 17 13 SCRUB, to rub hard i...
scruff 19 16 in rugby, to engage...
scrump 18 16 to gather windfalls...
scrums 16 13 SCRUM, to mill aroun...
scrunt 14 11 (Scots) anything stu...
scruto 14 10 a stage trap-door [n...
scruze 17 19 (obsolete) to squeez...
scryde 20 12 SCRY, to engage in c...
scryer 20 11 one who scries in a...
scryne 19 12 (Spenser) a chest fo...
scubas 16 13 SCUBA, to dive using...
scuffs 19 16 SCUFF, to scrape the...
scufts 17 13 SCUFT, the nape of t...
sculch 21 16 rubbish, also SCULTC...
sculks 17 15 SCULK, to move about...
sculle 16 12 (obsolete) a school,...
sculls 17 12 SCULL, to propel wit...
sculps 18 14 SCULP, to form an im...
sculpt 18 14 to form an image fro...
scummy 23 18 covered with scum, d...
scunge 14 13 to slink about [v SC...
scungy 21 15 (Australian slang) d...
scurfs 17 13 SCURF, scaly or shre...
scurfy 23 15 covered with scurf [...
scurry 21 12 to move hurriedly, a...
scurvy 23 16 scabby, mean [adj SC...
scused 14 11 SCUSE, an aphetic fo...
scuses 14 10 SCUSE, an aphetic fo...
scutal 15 11 pertaining to shield...
scutch 20 15 to beat out impuriti...
scutes 14 10 SCUTE, a horny plate...
scutum 16 14 a horny plate or sca...
scuzzy 27 30 dirty or shabby [adj...
scyphi 25 16 SCYPHUS, a drinking...
scythe 22 13 to cut with a single...
sdaine 9 8 (obsolete) to disdai...
sdayns 16 10 SDAYN, (obsolete) to...
sdeign 11 10 (obsolete) to disdai...
sdeins 10 8 SDEIN, (obsolete) to...
seabag 12 11 a bag used by sailor...
seabed 11 10 the bottom of the se...
seadog 10 9 an old sailor [n -S]
seahog 12 10 a porpoise [n -S]
sealch 16 12 (Scots) a seal (the...
sealed 10 8 SEAL, to close or ma...
sealer 10 7 one who hunts seals...
sealgh 14 11 (Scots) a seal (the...
seaman 9 10 a sailor [n SEAMEN]
seamed 10 10 SEAM, to join by sew...
seamen 9 10 SEAMAN, a sailor [n]
seamer 10 9 a ball delivered by...
seames 10 9 SEAME, grease; lard...
seance 11 10 (French) a session o...
seaned 8 8 SEAN, to catch fish...
searat 9 6 a pirate [n -S]
searce 12 9 (obsolete) to sift [...
search 15 11 to look carefully fo...
seared 9 7 SEAR, to burn [v]
searer 9 6 SEAR, scorched, with...
seased 9 7 SEASE, (Spenser) to...
seases 9 6 SEASE, (Spenser) to...
season 8 7 to improve flavour [...
seated 9 7 SEAT, to place on a...
seater 9 6 someone or something...
seawan 11 10 (Native American) sh...
seaway 18 11 an inland waterway o...
seazed 12 16 SEAZE, (Spenser) to...
seazes 12 15 SEAZE, (Spenser) to...
sebate 11 9 a salt of sebacic ac...
sebums 14 13 SEBUM, (Latin) the f...
secant 12 10 cutting [adj SECANTL...
seccos 16 12 SECCO, (Italian) pai...
secede 12 10 to withdraw formally...
secern 12 10 to discern as separa...
secesh 15 11 a secessionist, also...
seckel 15 14 a small reddish brow...
seckle 15 14 a small reddish brow...
second 12 11 number two in sequen...
secpar 15 12 a unit of astronomic...
secret 13 9 hidden [adj SECRETER...
sector 13 9 to divide into secti...
secula 14 11 SECULUM, (Latin) an...
secund 13 12 esp. of the flowers...
secure 13 10 free from danger [ad...
sedans 9 8 SEDAN, a type of aut...
sedate 9 7 calm, self-possessed...
sedent 9 8 (Latin) seated [adj]
seders 10 7 SEDER, (Hebrew) a Pe...
sedged 11 10 bordered by sedge [a...
sedges 11 9 SEDGE, a plant like...
sedile 11 8 (Latin) a seat in a...
seduce 13 11 to lead astray [v SE...
sedums 12 11 SEDUM, any of a genu...
seeded 9 8 SEED, to sow a crop...
seeder 9 7 one who seeds [n -S]
seeing 10 9 the act of one who s...
seeker 10 10 one who seeks [n -S]
seeled 10 8 SEEL, to stitch clos...
seelie 10 7 good benevolent fair...
seemed 10 10 SEEM, to appear to b...
seemer 10 9 one who seems [n -S]
seemly 18 12 of pleasing appearan...
seeped 11 10 SEEP, to pass slowly...
seesaw 12 9 to move up and down...
seethe 11 8 to surge or foam as...
segars 11 8 SEGAR, a cigar [n]
seggar 12 10 a clay box in which...
seghol 14 11 (Hebrew) a vowel-poi...
segnos 10 9 SEGNO, (Italian) a m...
segols 12 9 SEGOL, (Hebrew) a vo...
segued 11 10 SEGUE, to proceed fr...
segues 11 9 SEGUE, to proceed fr...
sehris 13 8 SEHRI, (Arabic) a me...
seiche 15 11 (French) a rocking m...
seidel 11 8 (German) a large gla...
seiker 11 10 SEIK, (Scots) sick [...
seiled 11 8 SEIL, to strain, als...
seined 9 8 SEINE, to catch fish...
seiner 9 7 one who fishes with...
seines 9 7 SEINE, to catch fish...
seised 10 7 SEISE, to take hold...
seiser 10 6 one who seizes (prop...
seises 10 6 SEISE, to take hold...
seisin 10 7 legal possession of...
seisms 12 9 SEISM, an earthquake...
seisor 10 6 one who seizes (prop...
seitan 9 7 a food made from whe...
seiten 9 7 a food made from whe...
seizas 13 15 SEIZA, (Japanese) a...
seized 13 16 SEIZE, to take hold...
seizer 13 15 one who seizes (prop...
seizes 13 15 SEIZE, to take hold...
seizin 13 16 legal possession of...
seizor 13 15 one that takes seizi...
sejant 11 16 in heraldry, represe...
selahs 13 9 SELAH, (Hebrew) a mu...
seldom 12 11 infrequent [adj SELD...
select 14 10 choice [adj SELECTLY...
selfed 13 11 SELF, to fertilize b...
selfie 13 10 (Australian) a photo...
selkie 12 11 (Scots) a seal, also...
sellae 11 8 SELLA, an area in th...
sellas 12 8 SELLA, an area in th...
seller 12 8 one that sells [n -S...
selles 12 8 SELLE, (archaic) a s...
selsyn 17 10 a type of remote-con...
selvas 13 11 SELVA, (Spanish) a w...
selves 13 11 SELF, one's own pers...
semble 14 13 to bring together, a...
semeed 10 10 in heraldry, strewn...
semeia 10 9 SEMEION, (Greek) in...
sememe 11 12 the smallest unanaly...
semens 10 10 SEMEN, the liquid th...
semies 11 9 SEMIE, at Scottish u...
semina 10 10 SEMEN, the liquid th...
semmit 13 12 (Scots) a vest or un...
semper 13 12 (Latin) always [adj]
semple 14 13 of humble birth [adj...
sempre 13 12 (Italian) in the sam...
semsem 12 12 an East Indian plant...
senary 15 9 a set of six [n SENA...
senate 8 7 a governing body [n...
sendal 10 9 a silk fabric [n -S]
sended 9 9 SEND, to cause to go...
sender 9 8 one that sends [n -S...
sendup 12 12 a parody [n -S]
seneca 11 10 a North American mil...
senega 9 9 a North American mil...
sengis 11 9 SENGI, a monetary un...
senhor 11 9 (Spanish) a Portugue...
senile 10 8 deteriorated with ag...
senior 9 7 a person who is olde...
seniti 10 7 (Tongan) a monetary...
sennas 8 8 SENNA, the leaves of...
sennet 8 8 (Shakespeare) a trum...
sennit 9 8 plaited straw or rop...
senora 8 7 (Spanish) a married...
senors 9 7 SENOR, (Spanish) a S...
senryu 16 10 (Japanese) a 3-line...
sensed 9 8 SENSE, to have an im...
sensei 9 7 (Japanese) a teacher...
senses 9 7 SENSE, to have an im...
sensis 10 7 SENSI, (Japanese) a...
sensor 9 7 a device that respon...
sensum 11 11 an object of sensati...
sented 9 8 SENT, (obsolete) to...
sentry 16 9 the one who stands g...
sepads 12 10 SEPAD, to suppose, u...
sepals 13 10 SEPAL, one of the le...
sephen 13 12 (Arabic) a large sti...
sepias 12 9 SEPIA, a brown pigme...
sepium 14 13 cuttlebone, also SEP...
sepmag 14 14 pertaining to synchr...
sepoys 18 11 SEPOY, (historical)...
sepses 12 9 SEPS, (Greek) a skin...
sepsis 13 9 (Greek) the state of...
septal 13 10 of or pertaining to...
septet 12 9 a group of seven, al...
septic 16 12 producing sepsis, al...
septum 14 13 a dividing membrane...
sequel 19 17 something that follo...
sequin 18 17 to apply shiny ornam...
seracs 13 9 SERAC, (French) a la...
serail 11 7 a harem, also SERAGL...
serais 10 6 SERAI, (Turkish) a c...
serang 10 9 (Urdu) the boatswain...
serape 11 9 (Spanish) a blanket...
seraph 14 11 in Christian theolog...
serdab 12 10 a chamber within an...
serein 9 7 (French) fine tropic...
serene 8 7 calm, tranquil [adj...
serest 10 6 SERE, withered, dry,...
serged 11 9 with sewn seams [adj...
serger 11 8 a sewing machine att...
serges 11 8 SERGE [v]
serial 11 7 in sequence [adj SER...
series 10 6 an arrangement of on...
serifs 13 9 SERIF, a decorative...
serine 9 7 a polar amino acid f...
sering 11 9 SERE, to burn the su...
serins 10 7 SERIN, a bird of the...
seriph 15 11 a decorative stroke...
sermon 10 10 to preach a religiou...
serons 9 7 SERON, a crate, also...
seroon 8 7 a crate, also SERON...
serosa 9 6 (Latin) a thin membr...
serous 10 7 of or relating to se...
serows 13 9 SEROW, a Himalayan g...
serrae 9 6 SERRA, (Latin) a saw...
serran 9 7 a fish of the genus...
serras 10 6 SERRA, (Latin) a saw...
serred 10 7 SERR, to press close...
serres 10 6 SERRE, to press clos...
serums 12 10 SERUM, the watery po...
serval 13 11 a long-legged Africa...
served 12 11 SERVE, to work for [...
server 12 10 one who serves anoth...
serves 12 10 SERVE, to work for [...
servos 12 10 SERVO, (Australian s...
sesame 10 9 (Arabic) a plant nat...
seseli 11 7 a kind of umbellifer...
seshes 12 8 SESH, (short for) se...
sessed 10 7 SESS, to assess (how...
sesses 10 6 SESS, to assess (how...
sestet 10 6 a piece of music com...
seston 9 7 (German) a very smal...
setoff 14 12 something that offse...
setons 9 7 SETON, a thread or t...
setose 9 6 thickly set with bri...
setous 10 7 thickly set with bri...
setout 10 7 a display [n -S]
settee 9 6 a long seat with a h...
setter 10 6 to treat with a seto...
settle 11 7 to place in a desire...
setule 11 8 a small bristle [n -...
setups 13 10 SETUP, the way somet...
sevens 11 11 SEVEN, a number [n]
severe 11 10 strict, harsh [adj S...
severs 12 10 SEVER, to divide or...
severy 18 12 a compartment of vau...
sewage 13 11 the waste matter car...
sewans 12 10 SEWAN, (Native Ameri...
sewars 13 9 SEWAR, a medieval se...
sewels 14 10 SEWEL, a scarecrow,...
sewens 12 10 SEWEN, the Welsh or...
sewers 13 9 SEWER, to clean or m...
sewing 14 12 material that has be...
sewins 13 10 SEWIN, the Welsh or...
sexers 16 13 SEXER, one who sexes...
sexfid 19 17 cleft in six [adj]
sexier 16 13 SEXY, arousing sexua...
sexily 24 16 SEXY, arousing sexua...
sexing 17 16 as in nuclear sexing...
sexism 18 16 prejudice or discrim...
sexist 17 13 one who practices se...
sexpot 18 16 a sexually attractiv...
sextan 15 14 a recurrent malarial...
sexted 16 14 SEXT, to send a text...
sextet 16 13 a piece of music com...
sexton 15 14 a church caretaker o...
sextos 16 13 SEXTO, a paper size,...
sexual 17 15 pertaining to sex [a...
seyens 15 9 SEYEN, (Shakespeare)...
shabby 23 16 not smart [adj SHABB...
shacko 16 15 (Hungarian) the hat...
shacks 17 15 SHACK, to avoid resp...
shacky 23 17 dilapidated [adj SHA...
shaded 12 10 SHADE, to screen fro...
shader 12 9 one who, or that whi...
shades 12 9 SHADE, to screen fro...
shadow 15 12 to make dark or gloo...
shaduf 15 13 (Arabic) a machine,...
shafts 15 11 SHAFT, to propel wit...
shaggy 21 14 covered with long co...
shahid 15 11 (Arabic) a martyr fo...
shaikh 16 14 (Arabic) an Arab chi...
shaird 13 9 a fragment of broken...
shairn 12 9 (Scots) cow-dung, al...
shaked 13 13 SHAKE, to move to an...
shaken 12 13 SHAKE, to move to an...
shaker 13 12 one who shakes [n -S...
shakes 13 12 SHAKE, to move to an...
shakos 13 12 SHAKO, (Hungarian) t...
shaled 13 10 SHALE, to shell, hus...
shales 13 9 SHALE, to shell, hus...
shaley 19 11 of or like shale, al...
shalli 15 10 a soft lightweight s...
shalms 15 12 SHALM, an ancient ob...
shalom 14 12 (Hebrew) in Jewish s...
shalot 13 9 an onion with garlic...
shamal 14 12 (Arabic) in the Midd...
shaman 12 12 (Russian) a doctor-p...
shamas 13 11 SHAMA, (Hindi) an In...
shamba 15 14 (Swahili) in East Af...
shamed 13 12 SHAME, to cause to f...
shamer 13 11 one who causes shame...
shames 13 11 SHAME, to cause to f...
shammy 21 16 a soft leather, also...
shamos 13 11 (Yiddish) a minor of...
shamoy 19 13 to prepare skins by...
shamus 14 12 (US slang) a private...
shands 12 10 SHAND, (obsolete) in...
shandy 18 12 a mixture of beer or...
shanks 13 13 SHANK, to hit sharpl...
shanny 17 12 a small marine fish...
shanti 12 9 (Sanskrit) peace, al...
shanty 18 11 a song sung by sailo...
shaped 14 12 SHAPE, to fashion in...
shapen 13 12 to shape [v -ED, -IN...
shaper 14 11 one that shapes [n -...
shapes 14 11 SHAPE, to fashion in...
shards 13 9 SHARD, a fragment of...
shared 12 9 SHARE, to use in com...
sharer 12 8 one that shares [n -...
shares 12 8 SHARE, to use in com...
sharia 12 8 (Turkish) the body o...
sharif 15 11 (Arabic) a descendan...
sharks 14 12 SHARK, to obtain by...
sharns 12 9 SHARN, (Scots) cow-d...
sharny 18 11 like cow-dung [adj S...
sharon 11 9 as in sharon fruit,...
sharps 15 11 SHARP, to raise in m...
sharpy 21 13 a flat-bottomed, two...
shasta 12 8 a flowering plant of...
shaugh 16 13 a thicket [n -S]
shauls 14 10 SHAUL, to become sha...
shaved 14 13 SHAVE, to remove hai...
shaven 13 13 SHAVE, to remove hai...
shaver 14 12 a youngster [n -S]
shaves 14 12 SHAVE, to remove hai...
shavie 14 12 (Scots) a trick [n -...
shawed 15 12 SHAW, (Scots) to sho...
shawls 17 12 SHAWL, to wrap the s...
shawms 17 14 SHAWM, an ancient ob...
shayas 18 10 SHAYA, (Tamil) an In...
shaykh 22 16 (Arabic) an Arab chi...
shazam 16 20 (tradename) a magic...
shchis 19 13 SHCHI, (Russian) a k...
sheafs 14 11 SHEAF, to gather int...
sheafy 20 13 like sheafs [adj SHE...
sheals 13 9 SHEAL, to shell, hus...
shears 12 8 SHEAR, to cut the wo...
sheath 14 10 to put into a protec...
sheave 13 12 to gather into a bun...
sheels 13 9 SHEEL, (Shakespeare)...
sheens 11 9 SHEEN, to shine, hav...
sheeny 17 11 bright, shining [adj...
sheepo 13 11 (Australian slang) a...
sheepy 20 13 sheeplike [adj SHEEP...
sheers 12 8 SHEER, to swerve, to...
sheesh 14 10 expressing consterna...
sheets 12 8 SHEET, to cover with...
sheety 18 10 like sheets [adj SHE...
sheeve 13 12 the wheel of a pulle...
sheikh 16 14 (Arabic) an Arab chi...
sheiks 14 12 SHEIK, (Arabic) an A...
sheila 13 9 (Australian slang) a...
shekel 14 13 (Hebrew) the standar...
shelfs 16 12 SHELF, to put on a s...
shelfy 22 14 abounding in shelves...
shells 15 10 SHELL, to remove the...
shelly 21 12 abounding in shells...
shelta 13 9 (Irish) a secret jar...
shelty 20 11 a small, shaggy pony...
shelve 15 13 to place on a shelf;...
shelvy 22 15 having sandbanks, ov...
shenai 11 9 (Bengali) a double-r...
shends 12 10 SHEND, (archaic) to...
sheols 13 9 SHEOL, (Hebrew) the...
sheqel 21 18 an ancient unit of w...
sherds 13 9 SHERD, a fragment of...
sheria 12 8 (Turkish) the body o...
sherif 15 11 a descendant of the...
sherpa 14 11 an aide to, or perso...
sherry 19 10 a fortified wine, or...
sheuch 18 14 to plant temporarily...
sheugh 16 13 (Scots) to plant tem...
shevas 14 12 SHEVA, (Hebrew) in H...
shewed 15 12 SHEW, (archaic) to s...
shewel 16 12 a scarecrow, a devic...
shewer 15 11 one who shews [n -S]
shiais 13 8 SHIAI, (Japanese) a...
shibah 17 13 (Hebrew) a period of...
shield 14 10 to protect from harm...
shiels 14 9 SHIEL, (Shakespeare)...
shiers 13 8 SHIER, a horse that...
shiest 13 8 SHY, embarrassed, ba...
shifts 16 11 SHIFT, to move from...
shifty 22 13 evasive [adj SHIFTIE...
shikar 14 12 to hunt (animal) as...
shikra 14 12 (Hindi) a small spar...
shiksa 14 12 (Yiddish) a non-Jewi...
shikse 14 12 (Yiddish) a non-Jewi...
shills 16 10 SHILL, to act as a d...
shimmy 22 16 a jazz dance featuri...
shindy 19 12 a commotion, uproar...
shined 12 10 SHINE, to emit light...
shiner 12 9 a black eye [n -S]
shines 12 9 SHINE, to emit light...
shinju 15 19 (Japan) a ritual dou...
shinne 11 10 (archaic) chin [n -S...
shinny 18 12 to climb by gripping...
shinty 19 11 a game like hockey [...
shippo 17 14 (Japanese) a kind of...
shiraz 16 17 (Persian) a type of...
shired 13 9 SHIR, to pucker, als...
shires 13 8 SHIRE, (Irish) to re...
shirks 15 12 SHIRK, to avoid work...
shirra 13 8 a law-enforcement of...
shirrs 14 8 SHIRR, to pucker, al...
shirts 14 8 SHIRT, to don a garm...
shirty 20 10 irritable, annoyed [...
shisha 15 10 (Urdu) a kind of wat...
shisos 13 8 SHISO, (Japanese) an...
shists 14 8 SHIST, a type of met...
shited 13 9 SHITE, (slang) to sh...
shites 13 8 SHITE, (slang) to sh...
shitty 20 10 very unpleasant [adj...
shitzu 17 18 (Chinese) a small lo...
shivah 17 14 (Hebrew) in Judaism,...
shivas 15 12 SHIVA, (Hebrew) a pe...
shiver 15 12 to tremble with fear...
shives 15 12 SHIVE, a thin fragme...
shivoo 14 12 (Australian slang) a...
shlepp 18 15 (Yiddish) to drag on...
shleps 16 12 SHLEP, (Yiddish) to...
shlock 18 16 (Yiddish) inferior m...
shlong 14 12 (slang) a penis, als...
shlubs 17 13 SHLUB, (Yiddish) a s...
shlump 18 16 (Yiddish) to dress s...
shmear 13 11 (Yiddish) to bribe [...
shmeer 13 11 to bribe, also SCHME...
shmeks 15 15 SHMEK, (Yiddish) a t...
shmock 18 18 (Yiddish) a stupid o...
shmoes 13 11 SHMO, (Yiddish) a st...
shmuck 19 19 (Yiddish) a pitiful,...
shnaps 14 12 (German) a kind of b...
shnook 12 13 (Yiddish) an unscrup...
shoals 13 9 SHOAL, to sail into...
shoaly 19 11 full of shallow area...
shoats 12 8 SHOAT, a young pig,...
shochu 18 14 (Japanese) a Japanes...
shocks 17 15 SHOCK, to outrage fe...
shoddy 19 12 of poor quality [adj...
shoder 12 9 a package of gold be...
shoers 12 8 SHOER, one who shoes...
shofar 14 11 a horn blown in cert...
shogis 14 10 SHOGI, (Japanese) an...
shogun 13 12 (Japanese) a heredit...
shojis 15 17 SHOJI, (Japanese) a...
sholas 13 9 SHOLA, (Hindi) an In...
sholom 14 12 (Hebrew) in Jewish s...
shonky 19 15 (Australian slang) u...
shooed 11 9 SHOO, to drive away...
shooks 13 12 SHOOK, a bundle of s...
shoole 12 9 (dialect) to saunter...
shools 13 9 SHOOL, (dialect) to...
shoora 11 8 (Arabic) the Islamic...
shoosh 14 10 to move with a rushi...
shoots 12 8 SHOOT, to hit, injur...
shoppe 16 14 a small store [n -S]
shoppy 23 16 abounding with shops...
shoran 11 9 a system of navigati...
shored 12 9 SHORE, to prop up [v...
shorer 12 8 one who props up thi...
shores 12 8 SHORE, to prop up [v...
shorls 14 9 SHORL, (German) blac...
shorts 13 8 SHORT, to cause a ty...
shorty 19 10 (colloquial) a short...
shotes 12 8 SHOTE, a young pig,...
shotte 12 8 a young pig, esp. on...
shotts 13 8 SHOTT, (Arabic) a sh...
shough 16 13 a shaggy lapdog, als...
should 14 11 SHALL, used as an au...
shouse 12 9 (Australian slang) a...
shouts 13 9 SHOUT, to yell loudl...
shouty 19 11 prone to shouting [a...
shoved 14 13 SHOVE, to push rough...
shovel 15 13 to use a digging imp...
shover 14 12 one who shoves, as i...
shoves 14 12 SHOVE, to push rough...
showds 16 12 SHOWD, (Scots) to ro...
showed 15 12 SHOW, to cause or pe...
shower 15 11 to bathe in a spray...
shoyus 19 11 SHOYU, (Japanese) a...
shrank 13 13 SHRINK, to contract...
shreds 13 9 SHRED, to cut into f...
shreek 13 12 (Shakespeare) to shr...
shreik 14 12 (Milton) to shriek,...
shrewd 16 12 having keen insight...
shrews 16 11 SHREW, (Shakespeare)...
shriek 14 12 to utter a scream, a...
shrift 16 11 (archaic) a prescrib...
shrike 14 12 to shriek, also SCRI...
shrill 16 10 to utter a high-pitc...
shrimp 17 14 to catch small edibl...
shrine 12 9 to place on an altar...
shrink 14 13 to contract or draw...
shrive 15 12 to hear a confession...
shroff 17 14 to test coins for au...
shroom 13 11 a magic mushroom [n...
shroud 13 10 to attire in burial...
shrove 14 12 to celebrate Shrovet...
shrowd 16 12 (Shakespeare) shrewd...
shrows 16 11 SHROW, (Shakespeare)...
shrubs 16 12 SHRUB, to lop; to cu...
shrugs 15 11 SHRUG, to raise and...
shrunk 14 14 SHRINK, to contract...
shtchi 19 13 (Russian) a kind of...
shtetl 14 9 (Yiddish) formerly,...
shtick 18 15 (Yiddish) a familiar...
shtiks 15 12 SHTIK, (Yiddish) a f...
shtook 13 12 (Yiddish) trouble, b...
shtoom 13 11 (Yiddish) silent, du...
shtuck 18 16 (Yiddish) trouble, b...
shtumm 16 15 (Yiddish) silent, du...
shtups 16 12 SHTUP, (Yiddish) to...
shucks 18 16 SHUCK, to remove hus...
shufti 16 12 (colloquial) a look,...
shufty 22 14 (colloquial) a look,...
shuggy 22 15 (dialect) a swing, a...
shuled 14 11 SHULE, (dialect) to...
shules 14 10 SHULE, (dialect) to...
shumai 14 12 (Japanese) Japanese...
shunts 13 10 SHUNT, to turn aside...
shuras 13 9 SHURA, (Arabic) the...
shuted 13 10 SHUTE, to convey by...
shutes 13 9 SHUTE, to convey by...
shvitz 19 21 (Yiddish) to sweat,...
shyers 19 10 SHYER, a horse tendi...
shyest 19 10 SHY, embarrassed, ba...
shying 20 13 SHY, to jump aside,...
shyish 22 12 somewhat shy [adj]
shypoo 20 13 (Australian slang) l...
sialic 15 10 of or relating to sa...
sialid 12 8 an alderfly, also SI...
sialon 10 8 a type of ceramic ma...
sibyls 21 12 SIBYL, (Greek) any o...
siccan 16 13 (Scots) such, what a...
siccar 17 12 (Scots) sure, certai...
sicced 17 13 SIC, to incite a dog...
sichts 17 11 SICHT, (Scots) to si...
sicked 15 14 SICK, to urge to att...
sickee 14 13 a day off work, also...
sicken 14 14 to make sick [v -ED,...
sicker 15 13 (Scots) sure, certai...
sickie 15 13 a day off work, also...
sickle 16 14 to harvest with a si...
sickly 23 16 in poor health [adj...
sickos 15 13 SICKO, an emotionall...
siddha 13 10 (Sanskrit) one who h...
siddhi 14 10 (Sanskrit) in Buddhi...
siddur 12 9 (Hebrew) a Jewish pr...
siders 11 7 SIDER, a native or i...
sidhas 13 9 SIDHA, (Sanskrit) on...
siding 12 10 a short railway trac...
sidled 12 9 SIDLE, to move sidew...
sidler 12 8 one who sidles [n -S...
sidles 12 8 SIDLE, to move sidew...
siecle 14 10 (French) a century,...
sieged 11 9 SIEGE, to subject to...
sieger 11 8 one who besieges, al...
sieges 11 8 SIEGE, to subject to...
sienna 8 8 (Italian) a fine pig...
sients 10 7 SIENT, (archaic) a s...
sierra 10 6 (Spanish) a ridge of...
siesta 10 6 (Spanish) a midday o...
sieths 13 8 SIETH, (Shakespeare)...
sieurs 11 7 SIEUR, an old French...
sieved 12 11 SIEVE, to pass throu...
sieves 12 10 SIEVE, to pass throu...
sifaka 13 13 (Malagasy) a kind of...
siffle 16 13 to whistle, hiss [v...
sifrei 13 9 SEFER, (Hebrew) any...
sifted 13 10 SIFT, to pass throug...
sifter 13 9 one who, or that whi...
sighed 14 11 SIGH, to emit a deep...
sigher 14 10 one who sighs [n -S]
sights 15 10 SIGHT, to observe or...
sigils 14 9 SIGIL, an official s...
siglas 13 9 SIGLA, a list of sym...
sigloi 13 9 SIGLOS, an ancient P...
siglos 13 9 an ancient Persian c...
siglum 15 13 a symbol used in a b...
sigmas 13 11 SIGMA, (Greek) the G...
signal 12 10 notable [adj SIGNALL...
signed 11 10 SIGN, to write one's...
signee 10 9 a signer of a docume...
signer 11 9 one that signs [n -S...
signet 11 9 to mark with an offi...
signor 11 9 an Italian title of...
siksik 14 14 an Arctic ground squ...
silage 12 9 to harvest and store...
silane 10 8 a gas, silicon hydri...
silene 10 8 a flowering plant of...
sileni 11 8 SILENUS, (Latin) a s...
silens 11 8 SILEN, a woodland go...
silent 11 8 without sound [adj S...
silers 12 7 SILER, a strainer [n...
silica 15 10 silicon dioxide or s...
siling 13 10 SILE, to strain, als...
silked 13 12 SILK, to cover with...
silken 12 12 to make soft and smo...
silkie 13 11 (Scots) a seal, also...
siller 13 8 (Scots) silver [n -S...
siloed 11 8 SILO, to store in a...
silted 12 8 SILT, to fill with a...
silvae 13 11 SILVA, the forest tr...
silvan 13 12 one that lives in a...
silvas 14 11 SILVA, the forest tr...
silver 14 11 to cover with a meta...
silvex 20 18 a herbicide [n -ES]
simars 12 9 SIMAR, (French) a lo...
simbas 14 12 SIMBA, (Swahili) a l...
simcha 17 14 (Hebrew) a Jewish pr...
simial 13 10 apelike, also SIMIAN...
simian 11 10 an ape or monkey [n...
simile 13 10 a figure of speech,...
simkin 13 14 an Urdu corruption o...
simlin 13 11 a variety of squash,...
simmer 13 12 to cook just below b...
simnel 12 11 a fruitcake covered...
simony 17 12 the buying and selli...
simoom 12 12 a hot, dry desert wi...
simoon 10 10 a hot, dry desert wi...
simorg 13 11 (Persian) a monstrou...
simpai 14 12 (Malay) a long-taile...
simper 14 12 to smirk in a silly...
simple 15 13 straightforward, als...
simply 22 15 SIMP [adv]
simuls 14 11 SIMUL, (short for) a...
simurg 14 12 (Persian) a monstrou...
sinded 10 9 SIND, (Scots) to rin...
sindon 9 9 (archaic) a fine thi...
sinews 13 10 SINEW, to bind as if...
sinewy 19 12 lean and muscular [a...
sinful 14 12 tainted with sin [ad...
singed 11 10 SINGE, to burn sligh...
singer 11 9 one that sings [n -S...
singes 11 9 SINGE, to burn sligh...
single 12 10 to select from a gro...
singly 19 12 without the company...
sining 11 10 SINE, (Scots) to rin...
sinker 11 11 a weight for a fishi...
sinned 9 9 SIN, to offend again...
sinner 9 8 to transgress, to ac...
sinnet 9 8 plaited straw or rop...
sinter 10 7 to make cohesive by...
siphon 14 12 to draw off through...
siping 14 12 SIPE, (dialect) to s...
sipped 15 13 SIP, to drink in sma...
sipper 15 12 one who sips [n -S]
sippet 15 12 a small piece of bre...
sipple 16 13 to sip at leisure [v...
sircar 14 9 (Urdu) the state or...
sirdar 11 7 (Urdu) a native chie...
sirees 10 6 SIREE, (US) a mode o...
sirens 10 7 SIREN, a device that...
sirihs 14 8 SIRIH, (Malay) the b...
siring 12 9 the act of begetting...
sirkar 12 10 (Urdu) the state or...
sirocs 14 9 SIROC, (Italian) a h...
sirrah 13 8 (archaic) a mode of...
sirras 11 6 SIRRA, (obsolete) a...
sirred 11 7 SIR, to use a respec...
sirree 10 6 (US) a mode of addre...
sirups 14 10 SIRUP, to make into...
sirupy 20 12 like sirup [adj SIRU...
sisals 12 7 SISAL, a strong fibr...
siskin 12 11 a small green-yellow...
sisses 11 6 SISS, (short for) si...
sissoo 10 6 (Hindi) an Indian ti...
sistas 11 6 SISTA, an African-Am...
sisted 11 7 SIST, to stay, as ju...
sister 11 6 to treat like a fema...
sistra 11 6 SISTRUM, a kind of r...
sitars 11 6 SITAR, (Urdu) an Ind...
sitcom 15 12 (colloquial) a situa...
sithed 13 9 SITHE, (archaic) to...
sithee 12 8 (dialect) see thee!,...
sithen 12 9 (Shakespeare) since;...
sithes 13 8 SITHE, (archaic) to...
siting 12 9 the act of situating...
sitrep 13 9 a report on a milita...
sittar 11 6 (Urdu) an Indian mus...
sitten 10 7 SIT, to rest on the...
sitter 11 6 one who sits [n -S]
situla 12 8 a bucket [n SITULAE]
situps 14 10 SITUP, an exercise f...
sivers 13 10 SIVER, (Scots) a dra...
siwash 16 11 to camp out using on...
sixain 16 14 a stanza of six line...
sixers 17 13 SIXER, anything coun...
sixish 20 15 around six years of...
sixmos 18 16 SIXMO, a paper size,...
sixtes 17 13 SIXTE, (French) a po...
sixths 20 15 SIXTH, one of six eq...
sizars 14 15 SIZAR, a British stu...
sizels 15 16 SIZEL, metal clippin...
sizers 14 15 SIZER, a student at...
sizier 14 15 SIZY, pertaining to...
sizing 15 18 the substance used a...
sizism 16 18 prejudice against pe...
sizist 15 15 one who pays undue a...
sizzle 18 25 to fry with a hissin...
skails 13 11 SKAIL, (Scots) to di...
skaith 14 12 (obsolete) to injure...
skalds 13 12 SKALD, an ancient Sc...
skanks 12 15 SKANK, to dance to r...
skanky 18 17 filthy or sleazy [ad...
skarth 14 12 (Scots) a cormorant,...
skarts 12 10 SKART, (Scots) a cor...
skated 11 11 SKATE, to glide over...
skater 11 10 one who skates [n -S...
skates 11 10 SKATE, to glide over...
skatol 12 11 a crystalline compou...
skatts 12 10 SKATT, (dialect) a s...
skeane 9 11 a length of yarn wou...
skeans 10 11 SKEAN, (Gaelic) a do...
skears 11 10 SKEAR, (dialect) to...
skeary 17 12 (dialect) scary, als...
skeely 18 13 (Scots) skilful [adj...
skeens 10 11 SKEEN, (Gaelic) a do...
skeers 11 10 SKEER, (dialect) to...
skeery 17 12 (dialect) scary, als...
skeets 11 10 SKEET, the sport of...
skeevy 19 16 repulsive, disgustin...
skeggs 14 14 SKEGG, a length of k...
skeigh 15 14 (Scots) (of a horse)...
skeins 11 11 SKEIN, to wind into...
skelfs 15 14 SKELF, (Scots) a spl...
skells 14 12 SKELL, (slang) a hom...
skelly 20 14 cross-eyed, also SKE...
skelms 14 14 SKELM, (Afrikaans) a...
skelps 15 14 SKELP, (Gaelic) to h...
skelum 14 15 (Scots) a scoundrel,...
skenes 10 11 SKENE, (Gaelic) a do...
skeoes 10 10 SKEO, (Orkney) a hut...
skerry 18 12 a small, rocky islan...
sketch 17 15 to make a rough, has...
skewed 14 14 SKEW, to make obliqu...
skewer 14 13 a long pin of wood o...
skibob 16 16 to travel in a sleig...
skiddy 19 14 likely to cause skid...
skidoo 11 11 (tradename) a motori...
skiers 12 10 SKIER, one who skis...
skiffs 17 16 SKIFF, to skim [v]
skiing 13 13 the sport of travell...
skills 15 12 SKILL, to matter, to...
skilly 21 14 having skill, also S...
skimos 13 13 SKIMO, (short for) a...
skimps 16 16 SKIMP, to scrimp [v]
skimpy 22 18 brief, exiguous [adj...
skinks 13 15 SKINK, to pour out [...
skinny 17 14 having little fat [a...
skioes 11 10 SKIO, (Orkney) a hut...
skippy 23 18 frolicsome [adj SKIP...
skirls 14 11 SKIRL, to produce a...
skirrs 13 10 SKIRR, to scour, sea...
skirts 13 10 SKIRT, to pass along...
skitch 18 15 (New Zealand) of a d...
skited 12 11 SKITE, (Australian s...
skites 12 10 SKITE, (Australian s...
skived 14 15 SKIVE, to pare or sp...
skiver 14 14 (dialect) to skewer...
skives 14 14 SKIVE, to pare or sp...
skivie 14 14 (Scots) deranged, as...
skivvy 23 20 to work as a female...
sklate 12 11 (Scots) to cover wit...
sklent 12 12 (Scots) to slant [v...
skliff 18 17 (Scots) to shuffle (...
sklims 15 14 SKLIM, (Scots) to cl...
skoals 12 11 SKOAL, to down a dri...
skoffs 16 16 SKOFF, to devour; to...
skoled 12 12 SKOL, (Old Norse) to...
skolia 12 11 SKOLION, a Greek dri...
skolly 20 14 (Afrikaans) a colour...
skools 12 11 SKOOL, (colloquial)...
skoosh 13 12 (Scots) to squirt, s...
skorts 12 10 SKORT, a pair of sho...
skrans 11 11 SKRAN, (slang) food,...
skreen 10 11 a screen, esp. in th...
skried 12 11 SKRY, to see the fut...
skries 12 10 SKRY, to see the fut...
skrike 13 14 (dialect) to shriek,...
skriks 14 14 SKRIK, a fright [n]
skrimp 16 16 to scratch and save,...
skronk 12 15 music that is gratin...
skrump 16 17 (colloquial) to stea...
skryer 18 12 one who scries in a...
skulks 15 16 SKULK, to move about...
skulls 15 13 SKULL, to propel wit...
skunks 13 16 SKUNK, to defeat ove...
skunky 19 18 having a smell sugge...
skurry 19 13 to move in a quick s...
skybox 26 22 an enclosure of seat...
skycap 23 18 a porter in an airpo...
skyers 18 12 SKYER, in cricket, a...
skyfed 20 16 SKYF, (South Africa)...
skyier 18 12 SKYEY, resembling th...
skying 19 15 SKY, to hit or throw...
skyish 21 14 (Shakespeare) like t...
skylab 21 16 an experimental sky-...
skylit 20 13 lit by light from th...
skyman 18 16 a paratrooper [n SKY...
skymen 18 16 SKYMAN, a paratroope...
skyred 18 13 SKYRE, (Scots) to sh...
skyres 18 12 SKYRE, (Scots) to sh...
skyted 18 13 SKYTE, (Scots) to da...
skytes 18 12 SKYTE, (Scots) to da...
skyway 27 17 an elevated highway...
slabby 22 15 thick, viscous [adj...
slacks 16 14 SLACK, to slacken [v...
slades 11 8 SLADE, a little vall...
slaggy 20 13 resembling residue o...
slahal 14 10 a team game played b...
slaids 12 8 SLAID, a sledge [n]
slairg 13 9 (Scots) to spread or...
slaked 12 12 SLAKE, to quench [v]
slaker 12 11 one who slakes [n -S...
slakes 12 11 SLAKE, to quench [v]
slalom 13 11 (Norwegian) to ski i...
slanes 10 8 SLANE, (Irish) a tur...
slangs 12 10 SLANG, to use extrem...
slangy 18 12 full of slang [adj S...
slants 11 8 SLANT, to deviate fr...
slanty 17 10 deviating from the h...
slarts 12 7 SLART, (dialect) to...
slatch 17 12 a calm between break...
slated 11 8 SLATE, to roof with...
slater 11 7 one who roofs with s...
slates 11 7 SLATE, to roof with...
slatey 17 9 resembling slate, al...
slaved 13 12 SLAVE, to work like...
slaver 13 11 to drool [v -ED, -IN...
slaves 13 11 SLAVE, to work like...
slavey 19 13 a female servant [n...
slayed 17 10 SLAY, to kill [v]
slayer 17 9 one that slays [n -S...
sleave 12 11 to separate into fin...
sleaze 13 16 to behave in a sleaz...
sleazo 13 16 a sleazy person [n -...
sleazy 20 18 shoddy, also SLEEZY...
sleded 11 9 (Shakespeare) an irr...
sledge 12 10 to convey on a type...
sleech 16 12 a mud flat [n -ES]
sleeks 12 11 SLEEK, to make smoot...
sleeky 18 13 sleek, smooth [adj S...
sleeps 13 10 SLEEP, to be in a na...
sleepy 19 12 inclined to sleep [a...
sleest 11 7 SLEE, (Scots) sly [a...
sleets 11 7 SLEET, to shower fro...
sleety 17 9 resembling sleet [ad...
sleeve 12 11 to supply with an ar...
sleezy 20 18 sordid, also SLEAZY...
sleigh 15 11 to ride in a sled [v...
sleuth 14 10 to act as a detectiv...
slewed 14 11 SLEW, to cause to mo...
sliced 15 11 SLICE, to cut in pie...
slicer 15 10 one that slices [n -...
slices 15 10 SLICE, to cut in pie...
slicks 17 14 SLICK, to make slick...
slided 12 9 SLIDE, to move smoot...
slider 12 8 a person who or thin...
slides 12 8 SLIDE, to move smoot...
sliest 12 7 SLY, cunning, wily;...
slieve 13 11 (Irish) a mountain [...
slight 16 11 small in size or amo...
slimed 13 11 SLIME, to cover with...
slimes 13 10 SLIME, to cover with...
slimly 21 13 SLIM, slender [adv]
slimsy 20 12 flimsy, also SLIMPSY...
slings 13 10 SLING, to throw with...
slinks 13 12 SLINK, to move steal...
slinky 19 14 slinking, close-fitt...
sliped 14 11 SLIPE, to peel [v]
slipes 14 10 SLIPE, to peel [v]
slippy 23 15 slippery [adj SLIPPI...
slipup 17 14 a mistake [n -S]
slitty 19 9 of an opening, long...
slived 14 12 SLIVE, to slip [v]
sliven 13 12 SLIVE, to slip [v]
sliver 14 11 to cut into long, th...
slives 14 11 SLIVE, to slip [v]
sloans 10 8 SLOAN, (Scots) a snu...
slobby 22 15 characteristic of a...
slogan 11 10 a motto adopted by a...
sloids 12 8 SLOID, (Swedish) a S...
slojds 14 17 SLOJD, (Swedish) a S...
sloken 11 12 (Scots) to quench, m...
slomos 12 10 SLOMO, a slow-motion...
slooms 12 10 SLOOM, to slumber [v...
sloomy 18 12 sluggish, spiritless...
sloops 13 10 SLOOP, a type of sin...
sloosh 13 9 to wash or rinse wit...
sloots 11 7 SLOOT, (Afrikaans) i...
sloped 13 11 SLOPE, to slant or i...
sloper 13 10 a native or inhabita...
slopes 13 10 SLOPE, to slant or i...
sloppy 22 15 wet or muddy [adj SL...
slorms 13 10 SLORM, to wipe carel...
sloshy 20 11 splashy [adj SLOSHIE...
sloths 14 9 SLOTH, to be lazy [v...
slouch 17 13 to sit, stand, or mo...
slough 15 12 to cast off [v -ED,...
sloven 12 12 a slovenly person [n...
slowed 14 11 SLOW, to reduce spee...
slower 14 10 SLOW, moving with li...
slowly 22 13 SLOW, moving with li...
sloyds 18 10 SLOYD, (Swedish) a S...
slubbs 17 14 SLUBB, to twist fibr...
slubby 23 16 lumpy, knobbly in te...
sludge 13 11 to cover with a mudd...
sludgy 20 13 covered with sludge...
sluffs 17 14 SLUFF, to discard a...
sluice 15 11 to wash with a sudde...
sluicy 22 13 falling in streams [...
sluing 13 11 SLUE, to cause to mo...
sluits 13 8 SLUIT, (Afrikaans) i...
slummy 21 16 resembling a slum [a...
slumps 16 14 SLUMP, to sink sudde...
slumpy 22 16 marshy [adj SLUMPIER...
slurbs 15 11 SLURB, a poorly plan...
slurps 15 11 SLURP, to drink nois...
slurpy 21 13 like a slurp [adj SL...
slurry 19 10 to convert into a ty...
slurve 14 12 a type of pitch in b...
sluses 12 8 SLUSE, (Milton) a sl...
slushy 21 12 resembling slush [ad...
slutch 18 13 (dialect) mud [n -ES...
slutty 19 10 characteristic of a...
slyest 18 9 SLY, cunning, wily;...
slyish 21 11 somewhat sly [adj]
slypes 20 12 SLYPE, a narrow pass...
smaaks 12 13 SMAAK, (South Africa...
smacks 16 16 SMACK, to strike sha...
smaiks 13 13 SMAIK, (Scots) a con...
smalls 14 11 SMALL, to make or be...
smalms 14 13 SMALM, to smear, mak...
smalmy 20 15 (obsolete) oily, ing...
smalti 13 10 SMALTO, (Italian) a...
smalto 12 10 (Italian) a piece of...
smalts 13 10 SMALT, a blue pigmen...
smarms 13 12 SMARM, to smear, gus...
smarmy 19 14 oily, ingratiating,...
smarts 12 9 SMART, to sting [v]
smarty 18 11 (colloquial) an irri...
smatch 17 14 (obsolete) to taste,...
smazes 14 18 SMAZE, an atmospheri...
smears 11 9 SMEAR, to spread wit...
smeary 17 11 covered with smears...
smeath 13 11 (dialect) a name for...
smeech 16 14 (dialect) to smoke,...
smeeks 12 13 SMEEK, (Scots) to sm...
smeeth 13 11 to make smooth [v -E...
smegma 13 14 fatty matter secrete...
smeiks 13 13 SMEIK, (Scots) to sm...
smeked 12 14 SMEKE, (Scots) to sm...
smekes 12 13 SMEKE, (Scots) to sm...
smells 14 11 SMELL, to sense with...
smelly 20 13 having an unpleasant...
smelts 13 10 SMELT, to melt or fu...
smerks 13 13 SMERK, to smile in a...
smeuse 11 10 (dialect) a space th...
smiddy 19 13 to forge metal, also...
smidge 13 12 a very small amount,...
smight 16 13 (Spenser) to smite [...
smilax 19 17 a genus of perennial...
smiled 13 11 SMILE, to look joyfu...
smiler 13 10 one who smiles [n -S...
smiles 13 10 SMILE, to look joyfu...
smilet 13 10 (Shakespeare) a litt...
smiley 19 12 given to smiling [ad...
smirch 18 14 to soil, besmirch [v...
smirks 14 13 SMIRK, to smile in a...
smirky 20 15 given to smirking [a...
smirrs 13 9 SMIRR, to drizzle [v...
smirry 19 11 drizzly [adj SMIRRIE...
smiter 12 9 one who smites [n -S...
smites 12 9 SMITE, to strike hea...
smiths 15 11 SMITH, to forge meta...
smithy 21 13 to forge metal, also...
smocks 16 16 SMOCK, to put on a l...
smoggy 20 15 filled with smog [ad...
smoile 12 10 (obsolete) to smile,...
smoked 12 14 SMOKE, to emit a gas...
smoker 12 13 one that smokes [n -...
smokes 12 13 SMOKE, to emit a gas...
smokey 18 15 full of smoke, also...
smokie 12 13 (Scots) a smoked had...
smokos 12 13 SMOKO, in the Falkla...
smolts 13 10 SMOLT, a young salmo...
smooch 16 14 to kiss, also SMOODG...
smooge 11 11 (Australian slang) t...
smoors 11 9 SMOOR, (Scots) to sm...
smoosh 13 11 to paint to give a s...
smooth 13 11 not rough [adj SMOOT...
smoots 11 9 SMOOT, (slang) to wo...
smored 11 10 SMORE, (Scots) to sm...
smores 11 9 SMORE, (Scots) to sm...
smorgs 13 11 SMORG, (short for) s...
smouch 17 15 to kiss closely, als...
smouse 11 10 (Yiddish) to trade a...
smouts 12 10 SMOUT, to work as a...
smowts 15 12 SMOWT, (Scots) a sma...
smoyle 18 12 (obsolete) to smile,...
smriti 13 9 (Sanskrit) a class o...
smudge 13 13 to smear or dirty [v...
smudgy 20 15 having smudges [adj...
smugly 21 15 SMUG, complacent [ad...
smurry 19 12 (Scots) like smur, a...
smutch 18 15 to soil [v -ED, -ING...
smutty 19 12 sexually suggestive...
snacks 14 14 SNACK, to eat a ligh...
snacky 20 16 suitable as a light...
snafus 12 11 SNAFU, to cause conf...
snaggy 18 13 full of snags [adj S...
snails 11 8 SNAIL, to move slowl...
snaily 17 10 like a snail [adj SN...
snaked 10 12 SNAKE, to slither li...
snakes 10 11 SNAKE, to slither li...
snakey 16 13 like a snake, also S...
snappy 20 15 bad-tempered [adj SN...
snared 9 8 SNARE, to trap [v]
snarer 9 7 one who sets snares...
snares 9 7 SNARE, to trap [v]
snarfs 12 10 SNARF, (colloquial)...
snarks 11 11 SNARK, an imaginary...
snarky 17 13 crotchety [adj SNARK...
snarls 11 8 SNARL, to growl vici...
snarly 17 10 tangled [adj SNARLIE...
snaste 9 7 (dialect) a wick; a...
snatch 15 12 to seize suddenly [v...
snathe 11 9 the curved handle of...
snaths 12 9 SNATH, the curved ha...
snawed 12 11 SNAW, to snow [v]
snazzy 22 27 trendily smart [adj...
sneads 9 8 SNEAD, the curved ha...
sneaks 10 11 SNEAK, to move steal...
sneaky 16 13 crafty [adj SNEAKIER...
sneaps 11 10 SNEAP, to nip, pinch...
sneath 11 9 the curved handle of...
snebbe 13 13 to reprimand, also S...
snecks 14 14 SNECK, to fasten wit...
sneers 9 7 SNEER, to curl the l...
sneery 15 9 full of sneers [adj...
sneesh 11 9 (Scots) snuff, also...
sneeze 11 16 to make a sudden exp...
sneezy 18 18 tending to sneeze [a...
snells 12 9 SNELL, to attach suc...
snelly 18 11 SNELL, keen, sharp [...
snicks 15 14 SNICK, to snip, cut...
snided 10 9 SNIDE, to fill or lo...
snider 10 8 SNIDE, base, also SN...
snides 10 8 SNIDE, to fill or lo...
snidey 16 10 maliciously derogato...
sniffs 15 13 SNIFF, to inhale aud...
sniffy 21 15 given to sniffing [a...
snifts 13 10 SNIFT, to sniff, to...
snifty 19 12 (slang) having a tem...
sniped 12 11 SNIPE, to shoot from...
sniper 12 10 one who snipes [n -S...
snipes 12 10 SNIPE, to shoot from...
snippy 21 15 stingy, snappish [ad...
snirts 11 7 SNIRT [n]
snitch 16 12 to inform on, sneak...
snitty 17 9 disagreeably ill-tem...
snivel 13 12 to cry or whine with...
snobby 20 15 snobbish [adj SNOBBI...
snoeks 10 11 SNOEK, the barracout...
snoked 10 12 SNOKE, to prowl or s...
snokes 10 11 SNOKE, to prowl or s...
snoods 9 8 SNOOD, to wear a net...
snooks 10 11 SNOOK, to snuff or s...
snools 10 8 SNOOL, (Scots) to be...
snoops 11 10 SNOOP, to pry about...
snoopy 17 12 prying [adj SNOOPIER...
snoose 8 7 chewing tobacco [n -...
snoots 9 7 SNOOT, to treat with...
snooty 15 9 supercilious [adj SN...
snooze 11 16 to sleep lightly [v...
snoozy 18 18 given to snoozing [a...
snored 9 8 SNORE, to breath noi...
snorer 9 7 one who snores [n -S...
snores 9 7 SNORE, to breath noi...
snorts 10 7 SNORT, to exhale noi...
snorty 16 9 inclined to snort; (...
snotty 16 9 foul with snot [adj...
snouts 10 8 SNOUT, to provide wi...
snouty 16 10 resembling a long, p...
snowed 12 11 SNOW, to rain white...
snowks 14 14 SNOWK, (Scots) to sn...
snubbe 14 14 (archaic) a snub [n...
snubby 21 16 inclined to snub or...
snudge 11 11 to be snug and quiet...
snuffs 15 14 SNUFF, to put a cand...
snuffy 21 16 soiled with snuff [a...
snugly 19 13 SNUG, cosy [adv]
soaked 10 11 SOAK, to saturate in...
soaken 9 11 SOAK, to saturate in...
soaker 10 10 a small piece of lea...
soaped 11 10 SOAP, to treat with...
soaper 11 9 a serial melodrama o...
soapie 11 9 a serial melodrama o...
soared 9 7 SOAR, to fly at a gr...
soarer 9 6 a person who or thin...
soares 9 6 SOARE, (obsolete) so...
soaves 11 10 SOAVE, (Italian) an...
sobbed 14 13 SOB, to cry with a c...
sobber 14 12 one who sobs [n -S]
sobeit 12 9 provided that [conj]
sobers 12 9 SOBER, to make sober...
sobful 16 14 given to sobbing [ad...
sobole 12 10 a creeping undergrou...
socage 13 11 a form of feudal lan...
soccer 16 12 a type of ball game...
social 14 10 related to society [...
socked 14 14 SOCK, to strike forc...
socket 14 13 to provide with an o...
socles 14 10 SOCLE, a plain face...
socman 13 13 a tenant by socage,...
socmen 13 13 SOCMAN, a tenant by...
sodaic 13 10 relating to soda [ad...
sodain 9 8 (obsolete) sudden, a...
sodded 10 9 SOD, to cover with t...
sodden 9 9 wet through [adj SOD...
soddie 10 8 a house built of sod...
sodger 11 9 (colloquial) a soldi...
sodium 12 11 a metallic element [...
sodoms 11 10 SODOM, a place notor...
sodomy 17 12 anal intercourse [n...
soever 11 10 to an indefinite deg...
sofars 12 9 SOFAR, a system for...
soffit 15 12 the underside of an...
softas 12 9 SOFTA, (Turkish) a M...
softed 12 10 SOFT, (Spenser) to s...
soften 11 10 to make soft [v -ED,...
softer 12 9 SOFT, not hard, also...
softie 12 9 a sentimental person...
softly 20 12 SOFT, not hard, also...
sogers 11 8 SOGER, (dialect) a s...
sogged 12 11 SOG, to soak [v]
sohurs 13 9 SOHUR, a meal eaten...
soigne 10 9 carefully done, also...
soiled 11 8 SOIL, to make dirty...
soiree 9 6 (French) an evening...
sokahs 13 12 SOKAH, a variety of...
sokens 10 11 SOKEN, a feudal dist...
sokols 12 11 SOKOL, an internatio...
solace 13 10 to console [v SOLACE...
solahs 13 9 SOLAH, (Hindi) an In...
soland 10 9 the common gannet, a...
solano 9 8 (Spanish) a hot, dus...
solans 10 8 SOLAN, the common ga...
solars 11 7 SOLAR, an upper room...
solate 10 7 to convert or be con...
soldan 10 9 (archaic) the monarc...
solder 11 8 to join together wit...
soldes 11 8 SOLDE, (Spenser) pay...
solein 10 8 (Spenser) sullen [ad...
solely 18 10 SOLE, alone [adv]
solemn 11 11 serious [adj SOLEMNE...
solera 10 7 (Spanish) a system o...
solers 11 7 SOLER, (archaic) an...
soleus 11 8 a leg muscle [n SOLE...
solgel 13 10 involving changes in...
solidi 12 8 SOLIDUS, (Latin) a R...
solids 12 8 SOLID, a solid subst...
soling 12 10 SOLE, to replace the...
solion 10 8 an electronic detect...
solito 11 7 (Italian) in the usu...
solive 13 11 a joist or beam of s...
sollar 12 8 (archaic) to put in...
soller 12 8 (archaic) an upper r...
soloed 10 8 SOLO, to perform a s...
soloes 10 7 SOLO, to perform a s...
solons 10 8 SOLON, a wise lawgiv...
solums 13 11 SOLUM, (Latin) the s...
solute 11 8 the minor component...
solved 13 12 SOLVE, to find the a...
solver 13 11 one who solves [n -S...
solves 13 11 SOLVE, to find the a...
somans 10 10 SOMAN, a nerve agent...
somata 10 9 SOMA, (Greek) the wh...
somber 13 12 (US) sombre [adj SOM...
sombre 13 12 gloomy, dark [adj SO...
somite 11 9 a body segment of so...
somoni 10 10 the standard monetar...
sonant 8 8 a sound made by vibr...
sonars 9 7 SONAR, an underwater...
sonata 8 7 (Italian) a musical...
sonces 12 10 SONCE, (Scots) good...
sonder 9 8 a class of small yac...
sondes 9 8 SONDE, (French) an i...
soneri 9 7 (Hindi) a cloth of g...
sonics 13 10 the study of technol...
sonnes 8 8 SONNE, (obsolete) su...
sonnet 8 8 to compose a type of...
sonses 9 7 SONSE, (Scots) good...
sonsie 9 7 buxom, comely, also...
sontag 10 9 a woman's knitted ca...
soogee 9 8 to clean a ship's de...
soogie 10 8 to clean a ship's de...
soojey 17 17 a solution of soap,...
sooked 10 11 SOOK, (Scots) to suc...
sooled 10 8 SOOL, to incite (a d...
sooler 10 7 one who sools, incit...
sooles 10 7 SOOLE, (Scots) to pu...
soomed 10 10 SOOM, (Scots) to swi...
sooner 8 7 one who settles on g...
sooped 11 10 SOOP, (Scots) to swe...
sooted 9 7 SOOT, to cover with...
sootes 9 6 SOOTE, (obsolete) a...
soothe 11 8 to calm, or comfort...
sooths 12 8 SOOTH, the truth [n]
sopite 12 9 to put to sleep [v S...
sopors 12 9 SOPOR, a profound sl...
sopped 14 13 SOP, to dip or soak...
sorage 10 8 a hawk in its first...
sorbed 12 10 SORB, to adsorb or a...
sorbet 12 9 a water-ice (origina...
sorbic 16 12 as in sorbic acid, a...
sorbus 13 10 (Latin) any plant of...
sorded 10 8 SORD, of mallard, to...
sordes 10 7 dark incrustations o...
sordid 11 8 low, mean [adj SORDI...
sordor 10 7 (Latin) refuse, foul...
sorees 9 6 SOREE, (Native Ameri...
sorell 12 8 (Shakespeare) a buck...
sorels 11 7 SOREL, a reddish-bro...
sorely 17 9 SORE, sensitive to p...
sorest 10 6 SORE, sensitive to p...
sorgho 13 10 a variety of sorghum...
sorgos 11 8 SORGO, a variety of...
soring 11 9 the practise of maki...
sorned 9 8 SORN, (Scots) to imp...
sorner 9 7 one who obtrudes him...
sorras 10 6 SORRA, (Irish) sorro...
sorrel 11 7 reddish-brown; light...
sorrow 13 9 to grieve [v -ED, -I...
sortal 11 7 a concept in linguis...
sorted 10 7 SORT, to arrange in...
sorter 10 6 one that sorts [n -S...
sortes 10 6 (Latin) divination b...
sortie 10 6 to attack suddenly f...
sossed 10 7 SOSS, to fall at onc...
sosses 10 6 SOSS, to fall at onc...
sotols 11 7 SOTOL, (Nahuatl) any...
sotted 10 7 SOT, to play the dru...
souari 10 7 a tree of Guiana, yi...
soucar 13 10 (Hindi) a Hindu bank...
souced 13 11 SOUCE, (Spenser) to...
souces 13 10 SOUCE, (Spenser) to...
soudan 9 9 a Muslim ruler, also...
soughs 14 11 SOUGH, to make a moa...
sought 14 11 SEEK, to go in searc...
souked 11 12 SOUK, (Scots) to suc...
souled 11 9 having a soul [adj]
soumed 11 11 SOUM, (Scots) to rec...
sounds 10 9 SOUND, to make a sou...
souped 12 11 SOUP, to increase th...
souper 12 10 in Ireland, a person...
souple 13 11 to make supple [v SO...
source 13 10 to originate from [v...
soured 10 8 SOUR, to make sour [...
sourer 10 7 SOUR, having an acid...
sourly 18 10 SOUR, having an acid...
sourse 10 7 (Spenser) a source [...
soused 10 8 SOUSE, to pickle; to...
souser 10 7 a drunkard [n -S]
souses 10 7 SOUSE, to pickle; to...
soutar 10 7 (Scots) a shoemaker;...
souter 10 7 (Scots) a shoemaker;...
souths 13 9 SOUTH, (archaic) to...
soutie 10 7 (South African) dero...
soviet 12 10 a legislative body i...
sovran 11 11 sovereign [adj SOVRA...
sowans 12 10 (Gaelic) a kind of o...
sowars 13 9 SOWAR, (Urdu) a moun...
sowbug 17 15 a woodlouse [n -S]
sowcar 16 12 (Hindi) a Hindu bank...
sowced 16 13 SOWCE, to pickle; to...
sowces 16 12 SOWCE, to pickle; to...
sowder 13 10 as in soft sowder, f...
sowens 12 10 (Gaelic) a kind of o...
sowers 13 9 SOWER, one who sows...
sowfed 15 13 SOWF, (Scots) to whi...
sowffs 18 15 SOWFF, (Scots) to wh...
sowing 14 12 the act of sowing [n...
sowled 14 11 SOWLE, (Scots) to pu...
sowles 14 10 SOWLE, (Scots) to pu...
sowmed 14 13 SOWM, to ascertain t...
sownds 13 11 SOWND, (Spenser) to...
sownes 12 10 SOWNE, (Spenser) sou...
sowped 15 13 SOWP, (Scots) to soa...
sowsed 13 10 SOWSE, (Spenser) to...
sowses 13 9 SOWSE, (Spenser) to...
sowsse 13 9 (Spenser) to souse,...
sowter 13 9 (Scots) a cobbler, a...
sowths 16 11 SOWTH, (Scots) to wh...
soyled 17 10 SOYLE, (obsolete) to...
soyles 17 9 SOYLE [n]
sozine 12 16 a type of protein, a...
sozins 13 16 SOZIN, a type of pro...
sozzle 17 25 to intoxicate [v SOZ...
sozzly 24 27 drunk [adj SOZZLIER,...
spaced 15 13 SPACE, to arrange at...
spacer 15 12 someone who, or some...
spaces 15 12 SPACE, to arrange at...
spacey 21 14 dreamy, behaving as...
spaded 12 11 SPADE, to dig with a...
spader 12 10 one who, or that whi...
spades 12 10 SPADE, to dig with a...
spadix 19 17 (Latin) a flower-spi...
spados 12 10 SPADO, (Latin) a cas...
spaers 12 9 SPAER, (Scots) one w...
spahee 13 11 (Turkish) formerly,...
spahis 15 11 SPAHI, (Turkish) for...
spails 14 10 SPAIL, a splinter or...
spaing 13 12 staying at a spa [n...
spains 12 10 SPAIN, (Scots) to we...
spaits 13 9 SPAIT, a flood, a su...
spalds 14 11 SPALD, (Scots) the s...
spales 13 10 SPALE, (Scots) a spl...
spalle 14 11 (Spenser) the should...
spalls 15 11 SPALL, to break up i...
spalts 14 10 SPALT, to splinter [...
spammy 21 17 bland, unexciting [a...
spaned 11 11 SPANE, (Scots) to we...
spanes 11 10 SPANE, (Scots) to we...
spangs 13 12 SPANG, to cover with...
spanks 13 14 SPANK, to slap on th...
spared 12 10 SPARE, to refrain fr...
sparer 12 9 one who spares [n -S...
spares 12 9 SPARE, to refrain fr...
sparge 13 11 to sprinkle (with mo...
sparid 13 10 any of a family of m...
sparke 13 13 (Spenser) a weapon o...
sparks 14 13 SPARK, to emit small...
sparky 20 15 lively, also SPARKIE...
sparre 12 9 (archaic) a spar, a...
sparry 19 11 having a confused cr...
sparse 12 9 thinly distributed [...
sparth 15 11 (archaic) a long bat...
sparts 13 9 SPART, esparto, Span...
spasms 14 12 SPASM, to go into sp...
spates 12 9 SPATE, a flood, a su...
spathe 14 11 a large sheath-like...
spauld 14 12 (Scots) the shoulder...
spauls 14 11 SPAUL, (Scots) the s...
spavie 14 13 (Scots) spavin, a di...
spavin 14 14 a disease of horses,...
spawls 17 13 SPAWL, (archaic) to...
spawns 15 13 SPAWN, to deposit eg...
spawny 21 15 of or like spawn [ad...
spayad 18 12 (obsolete) a male de...
spayds 19 12 SPAYD, a male deer i...
spayed 18 12 SPAY, to remove the...
speaks 13 13 SPEAK, to speak [v]
speals 13 10 SPEAL, (Scots) the s...
speans 11 10 SPEAN, (Scots) to we...
spears 12 9 SPEAR, to pierce wit...
speary 18 11 like a spear [adj SP...
speats 12 9 SPEAT, a flood, a su...
speccy 25 17 wearing spectacles [...
specie 15 12 (Latin) coined money...
specks 17 16 SPECK, to mark with...
specky 23 18 having specks [adj S...
spects 16 12 SPECT, a nonstandard...
speech 17 14 to harangue [v -ED,...
speedo 11 10 (colloquial) a speed...
speeds 12 10 SPEED, to move swift...
speedy 18 12 fast [adj SPEEDIER,...
speels 13 10 SPEEL, (Scots) to cl...
speers 12 9 SPEER, (Scots) to as...
speils 14 10 SPEIL, to climb, als...
speirs 13 9 SPEIR, (Scots) to as...
speise 12 9 (German) a metallic...
speiss 13 9 (German) a metallic...
spelds 14 11 SPELD, (Scots) to sp...
spelks 15 14 SPELK, a splinter of...
spells 15 11 SPELL, to read or wr...
spelts 14 10 SPELT, a hardy wheat...
speltz 17 19 a hardy wheat, aka e...
spence 14 13 a pantry, also SPENS...
spends 12 11 SPEND, to expend, to...
spendy 18 13 expensive [adj SPEND...
spense 11 10 a pantry, also SPENC...
sperms 14 12 SPERM, a male gamete...
sperre 12 9 (Spenser) to bolt, b...
sperse 12 9 (archaic) to dispers...
sperst 13 9 SPERSE, (archaic) to...
spetch 18 14 to repair or patch e...
speugs 14 12 SPEUG, (Scots) a spa...
spewed 15 13 SPEW, to vomit [v]
spewer 15 12 one who spews, also...
sphaer 14 11 (obsolete) a sphere,...
sphear 14 11 (archaic) a sphere,...
sphene 13 12 the mineral titanite...
sphere 14 11 to form into a type...
sphery 21 13 resembling a sphere...
sphinx 21 19 (Greek) any of sever...
sphynx 27 21 a hairless breed of...
spials 14 10 SPIAL, (obsolete) a...
spicae 15 12 SPICA, (Latin) a ban...
spicas 16 12 SPICA, (Latin) a ban...
spiced 16 13 SPICE, to season wit...
spicer 16 12 (obsolete) a dealer...
spices 16 12 SPICE, to season wit...
spicey 22 14 tasting of spice, al...
spicks 18 16 SPICK, (US slang) a...
spider 13 10 to move in a scuttli...
spides 13 10 SPIDE, (Irish) a you...
spiels 14 10 SPIEL, to talk at le...
spiers 13 9 SPIER, (Scots) to as...
spiffs 18 15 SPIFF, to make spiff...
spiffy 24 17 excellent [adj SPIFF...
spight 17 13 (Spenser) to spite,...
spigot 14 11 a peg for a vent-hol...
spiked 14 14 SPIKE, to fasten wit...
spiker 14 13 a device for spiking...
spikes 14 13 SPIKE, to fasten wit...
spikey 20 15 having spikes, also...
spiled 14 11 SPILE, to stop up wi...
spiles 14 10 SPILE, to stop up wi...
spills 16 11 SPILL, to overflow f...
spilth 17 12 that which is spilt,...
spinae 11 10 SPINA, (Latin) the s...
spinal 13 11 related to the spine...
spinar 12 10 a rapidly spinning g...
spinas 12 10 SPINA, (Latin) the s...
spined 12 11 having a spine [adj]
spinel 13 11 any mineral of a gro...
spines 12 10 SPINE, the vertebral...
spinet 12 10 a musical instrument...
spinks 14 14 SPINK [n]
spinny 18 13 crazy, foolish [adj...
spinor 12 10 a type of mathematic...
spinto 12 10 (Italian) a singing...
spiral 14 10 winding like the thr...
spirea 12 9 (Greek) a group of p...
spired 13 10 SPIRE, to rise in a...
spirem 14 12 a filament forming p...
spires 13 9 SPIRE, to rise in a...
spiric 17 12 a curve, the plane s...
spirit 14 9 to carry off secretl...
spirts 14 9 SPIRT, to emit liqui...
spital 14 10 (archaic) a hospital...
spited 13 10 SPITE, to treat with...
spites 13 9 SPITE, to treat with...
spitty 20 11 marked with saliva [...
spivvy 24 19 like a spiv [adj SPI...
splake 14 14 a freshwater fish [n...
splash 16 12 to scatter liquid ab...
splats 14 10 SPLAT, to flatten on...
splays 20 12 SPLAY, to spread out...
spleen 12 11 a ductless organ of...
splent 13 11 a contrivance for ho...
splice 17 13 to join at both ends...
spliff 19 16 (slang) a marijuana...
spline 13 11 to provide with a ke...
splint 14 11 a contrivance for ho...
splish 17 12 to splash, also SPLA...
splits 15 10 SPLIT, to separate l...
splogs 15 12 SPLOG, a spam blog,...
splore 13 10 (Scots) a frolic, a...
splosh 16 12 to splash, also SPLA...
splurt 15 11 to gush forth in a s...
spoddy 19 13 boring, studious [ad...
spodes 12 10 SPODE, a fine china...
spoffy 23 17 (archaic) fussy, off...
spoils 14 10 SPOIL, to mar [v]
spoilt 14 10 SPOIL, to mar [v]
spoked 13 14 SPOKE, to supply wit...
spoken 12 14 SPEAK, to speak [v]
spokes 13 13 SPOKE, to supply wit...
sponge 12 12 to wipe with absorbe...
spongy 19 14 absorptive [adj SPON...
spoofs 14 12 SPOOF, to ridicule i...
spoofy 20 14 humorously satiric [...
spooks 13 13 SPOOK, to frighten,...
spooky 19 15 scary, also SPOOKISH...
spools 13 10 SPOOL, to wind on a...
spooms 13 12 SPOOM, to scud befor...
spoons 11 10 SPOON, to eat with a...
spoony 17 12 foolishly fond [adj...
spoors 12 9 SPOOR, to follow a t...
spoots 12 9 SPOOT, the razor-she...
sporal 13 10 resembling a spore [...
spored 12 10 SPORE, to produce an...
spores 12 9 SPORE, to produce an...
sporks 14 13 SPORK, a spoon-like...
sports 13 9 SPORT, to frolic [v]
sporty 19 11 inclined to sport [a...
sposhy 21 13 (US) slushy [adj SPO...
spotty 19 11 marked with spots [a...
spouse 12 10 a wife or husband [n...
spouts 13 10 SPOUT, to eject in a...
spouty 19 12 having a spout [adj...
sprack 17 16 quick; lively; alert...
sprags 14 11 SPRAG, to stop with...
spraid 13 10 SPRAY, to disperse i...
sprain 12 10 to injure by twistin...
sprang 13 12 a weaving technique...
sprats 13 9 SPRAT, a young herri...
sprawl 17 13 to stretch out ungra...
sprays 19 11 SPRAY, to disperse i...
spread 12 10 to stretch over an a...
spredd 13 11 (obsolete) to spread...
spreds 13 10 SPRED, (obsolete) to...
spreed 12 10 SPREE, to carouse [v...
sprees 12 9 SPREE, to carouse [v...
sprent 12 10 to spring or leap fo...
sprews 16 12 SPREW, a thin, infer...
sprier 13 9 SPRY, smart, dapper...
sprigs 15 11 SPRIG, to embroider...
spring 14 12 to leap upward [v SP...
sprint 13 10 to run at top speed...
sprite 13 9 an elf or fairy [n -...
sprits 14 9 SPRIT, a ship's spar...
spritz 17 18 to spray (liquid) [v...
sprods 13 10 SPROD, a salmon in i...
sprogs 14 11 SPROG, a young child...
sprong 13 12 SPRING, to leap upwa...
sprout 13 10 to begin to grow [v...
spruce 16 13 smart, dapper [adj S...
sprucy 23 15 neat and trim [adj S...
sprues 13 10 SPRUE, infantile thr...
sprugs 15 12 SPRUG, (Scots) a spa...
spruik 15 14 (Australian slang) o...
spruit 14 10 (Afrikaans) a small...
sprung 14 13 SPRING, to leap upwa...
sprush 16 12 (Scots) to spruce, m...
spryer 19 11 SPRY, smart, dapper...
spryly 27 14 SPRY, smart, dapper...
spuddy 20 14 podgy [adj SPUDDIER,...
spuers 13 10 SPUER, one who spues...
spuggy 22 16 (Scots) a house spar...
spuing 14 13 SPUE, (archaic) to s...
spules 14 11 SPULE, (Scots) the s...
spulye 20 13 (Scots) to plunder,...
spumed 14 14 SPUME, to foam [v]
spumes 14 13 SPUME, to foam [v]
spunge 13 13 (obsolete) a sponge...
spunks 14 15 SPUNK, to begin to b...
spunky 20 17 courageous, spirited...
spurge 14 12 a plant of genus Eup...
spurne 12 11 (Spenser) to spur [v...
spurns 13 11 SPURN, to reject wit...
spurry 20 12 spur-like [adj SPURR...
spurts 14 10 SPURT, to gush forth...
sputum 15 14 (Latin) thick mucus...
spyals 20 12 SPYAL, (Spenser) a s...
spycam 23 17 a camera set up for...
spying 20 14 the act of spying [n...
spyres 19 11 SPYRE, (Spenser) a s...
squabs 21 19 SQUAB, to stuff, uph...
squads 19 17 SQUAD, to form into...
squail 20 17 to pelt with sticks...
squall 21 18 to rain or blow with...
squama 19 19 (Latin) a scale, als...
squame 19 19 a scale, also SQUAMA...
square 18 16 rigidly conventional...
squark 20 20 the hypothetical bos...
squash 21 18 to press into a flat...
squats 19 16 SQUAT, to sit on one...
squawk 23 23 to utter a loud, har...
squaws 22 19 SQUAW, (Native Ameri...
squeak 19 20 to make a sharp, hig...
squeal 19 17 to utter a sharp, sh...
squegs 20 18 SQUEG, to oscillate...
squibs 22 19 SQUIB, to lampoon [v...
squids 20 17 SQUID, to fish with...
squier 19 16 (Shakespeare) a squa...
squiff 24 22 (colloquial) tipsy,...
squill 22 18 a blue wild flower,...
squint 19 17 cross-eyed [adj SQUI...
squiny 25 19 (dialect) to squint,...
squire 19 16 an English or Irish...
squirl 21 17 an ornamental curve...
squirm 21 19 to wriggle [v -ED, -...
squirr 20 16 to scour, search; to...
squirt 20 16 to throw out in a je...
squish 22 18 to squash, also SQUO...
squits 20 16 SQUIT, (slang) a con...
squush 22 19 to squash [v -ED, -I...
sradha 12 9 (Sanskrit) an offeri...
stable 13 10 well-founded [adj ST...
stably 20 12 STABLE, well-founded...
stacks 15 13 STACK, to pile [v]
stacte 13 9 a sweet-smelling spi...
stadda 10 8 a comb-maker's doubl...
stades 10 7 STADE, a single peri...
stadia 10 7 a graduated rod used...
staffs 15 12 STAFF, to fill posit...
staged 11 9 STAGE, to produce fo...
stager 11 8 an experienced perso...
stages 11 8 STAGE, to produce fo...
stagey 17 10 savouring of the sta...
staggy 19 12 having the appearanc...
staigs 12 8 STAIG, a colt or sta...
stains 10 7 STAIN, to discolour,...
stairs 11 6 STAIR, a rest for th...
staith 13 8 a wharf for the tran...
staked 11 11 STAKE, to fasten wit...
staker 11 10 one that marks off a...
stakes 11 10 STAKE, to fasten wit...
stalag 12 9 (German) a German ca...
staled 11 8 STALE, to become pas...
staler 11 7 STALE, not fresh [ad...
stales 11 7 STALE, to become pas...
stalko 12 11 (Irish) a gentleman...
stalks 13 11 STALK, to pursue ste...
stalky 19 13 long and slender [ad...
stalls 13 8 STALL, to come to a...
stamen 10 10 the male part of the...
stamps 14 12 STAMP, to bring the...
stance 12 10 a manner of standing...
stanch 15 12 firm, steadfast, als...
stanck 14 14 (Spenser) faint, wea...
stands 10 8 STAND, to assume an...
staned 9 8 STANE, (Scots) to st...
stanes 9 7 STANE, (Scots) to st...
stangs 11 9 STANG, (Scots) to st...
stanks 11 11 STANK, (Scots) to da...
stanol 10 8 a drug taken to prev...
stanza 12 16 a division of a poem...
stanze 12 16 (Shakespeare) a stan...
stanzo 12 16 (Shakespeare) a stan...
stapes 12 9 a bone of the middle...
staphs 15 11 STAPH, any of variou...
staple 13 10 to fasten with a U-s...
starch 16 11 to stiffen a fabric...
stared 10 7 STARE, to gaze fixed...
starer 10 6 one who stares [n -S...
stares 10 6 STARE, to gaze fixed...
starks 12 10 STARK, to stiffen [v...
starns 10 7 STARN, to row backwa...
starrs 11 6 STARR, (Hebrew) a Je...
starry 17 8 abounding with stars...
starts 11 6 START, to begin, set...
starve 12 10 to die from lack of...
stases 10 6 STASIS, a stoppage o...
stasis 11 6 a stoppage of the no...
statal 11 7 of a passive verbal...
stated 10 7 STATE, to set forth...
stater 10 6 (Greek) an ancient G...
states 10 6 STATE, to set forth...
static 14 9 not moving, also STA...
statim 12 9 (Latin) immediately;...
statin 10 7 a type of drug that...
stator 10 6 a part of a machine...
statto 10 6 (colloquial) a perso...
statua 10 7 (obsolete) a statue...
statue 10 7 a three-dimensional...
status 11 7 a state of affairs;...
stauns 10 8 STAUN, (Scots) to st...
staved 12 11 STAVE, to drive or t...
staves 12 10 STAVE, to drive or t...
stawed 13 10 STAW, (Scots) to sta...
stayed 16 9 STAY, to remain in a...
stayer 16 8 one who stays [n -S]
stayne 15 9 (Spenser) to stain [...
stayre 16 8 (Spenser) a stair [n...
steads 10 7 STEAD, to avail, hel...
steady 16 9 well-balanced [adj S...
steaks 11 10 STEAK, any of severa...
steale 10 7 (Scots) a handle, al...
steals 11 7 STEAL, to take by th...
stealt 11 7 STEAL, to take by th...
steams 11 9 STEAM, to cook by wa...
steamy 17 11 like steam [adj STEA...
steane 8 7 to line e.g. a well...
steans 9 7 STEAN, to line e.g....
steard 10 7 STEER, to guide or d...
steare 9 6 (archaic) a steer, a...
stears 10 6 STEAR, (obsolete) to...
stedde 10 8 (Spenser) to stead,...
stedds 11 8 STEDD, (Spenser) to...
steddy 17 10 (archaic) to steady,...
steded 10 8 STEDE, (Spenser) to...
stedes 10 7 STEDE, (Spenser) to...
steeds 10 7 STEED, (Spenser) to...
steedy 16 9 (archaic) to steady,...
steeks 11 10 STEEK, (Scots) to st...
steeld 11 8 STELL, to establish,...
steels 11 7 STEEL, to cover with...
steely 17 9 resembling steel [ad...
steems 11 9 STEEM, (archaic) to...
steens 9 7 STEEN, to line e.g....
steeps 12 9 STEEP, to soak in a...
steepy 18 11 steep; precipitous [...
steers 10 6 STEER, to guide or d...
steery 16 8 busy or bustling [ad...
steeve 11 10 (Scots) firm, also S...
steils 12 7 STEIL, (dialect) a h...
steins 10 7 STEIN, to line e.g....
stelae 10 7 STELA, an inscribed...
stelai 11 7 STELA, an inscribed...
stelar 11 7 relating to a stele,...
steles 11 7 STELE, (Greek) an up...
stelic 15 10 relating to a stele,...
stella 12 8 a former coin of the...
stells 13 8 STELL, to establish,...
stemed 11 10 STEM, to deprive a p...
stemes 11 9 STEME, (archaic) to...
stemma 12 12 (Greek) a diagram re...
stemme 12 12 (Spenser) to encircl...
stemmy 19 14 abounding in stems,...
stench 15 12 to cause to stink [v...
stends 10 8 STEND, (Scots) to bo...
stenos 9 7 STENO, (short for) a...
stents 10 7 STENT, (Scots) to st...
steppe 14 12 (Russian) one of the...
stereo 9 6 to make a type of pr...
steres 10 6 STERE, (French) a ti...
steric 14 9 pertaining to atoms...
sterna 9 7 STERNUM, a long, fla...
sterns 10 7 STERN, to back, row...
sterol 11 7 a solid higher alcoh...
sterve 12 10 (Spenser) to starve,...
steven 11 11 (dialect) a voice; a...
stevia 12 10 a South American pla...
stewed 13 10 STEW, to cook by boi...
stewer 13 9 one who stews [n -S]
steyer 16 8 STEY, (Scots) steep...
stichs 17 11 STICH, (Greek) a lin...
sticks 16 13 STICK, to support wi...
sticky 22 15 adhesive [adj STICKI...
stieve 12 10 (Scots) stiff, firm,...
stiffs 16 12 STIFF, to cheat, rob...
stiffy 22 14 an erect penis, also...
stifle 14 10 to smother [v STIFLE...
stigma 13 11 a mark of disgrace [...
stigme 13 11 (Greek) a dot used a...
stilbs 15 10 STILB, the cgs unit...
stiled 12 8 STILE, to style, des...
stiles 12 7 STILE, to style, des...
stilet 12 7 a small poniard, a s...
stills 14 8 STILL, to make still...
stilly 20 10 still, quiet [adj ST...
stilts 13 7 STILT, to raise on l...
stilty 19 9 stilt-like [adj STIL...
stimed 12 10 STIME, (Scots) to pe...
stimes 12 9 STIME, (Scots) to pe...
stimie 12 9 to thwart, stump, or...
stinge 11 9 a stingy person [n -...
stingo 11 9 a strong ale or beer...
stings 12 9 STING, to prick pain...
stingy 18 11 mean, niggardly [adj...
stinko 11 11 (slang) drunk [adj]
stinks 12 11 STINK, to emit a fou...
stinky 18 13 emitting a foul odou...
stints 11 7 STINT, to be niggard...