8 letter words that start with T

8 letter words that start with T

8 letter T word

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tabanids 15 13 TABANID, a bloodsuck...
tabarded 15 13 wearing a tabard [ad...
tabarets 15 11 TABARET, an upholste...
tabashir 18 13 a siliceous substanc...
tabbinet 17 15 a fabric like poplin...
tabbings 19 17 TABBING, the use of...
tabbises 18 14 TABBIS, a silk fabri...
tabbouli 19 16 (Arabic) a kind of L...
tabbying 25 19 TABBY, to give a wav...
tabefied 17 15 TABEFY, to waste awa...
tabefies 17 14 TABEFY, to waste awa...
taberdar 15 12 a scholar of Queen's...
tabering 16 14 TABER, to play on th...
tabetics 19 14 TABETIC, one affecte...
tabinets 15 12 TABINET, a delicate...
tableaus 16 13 TABLEAU, (French) a...
tableaux 22 20 TABLEAU, (French) a...
tableful 20 17 the contents of a ta...
tablemat 17 15 a small mat used on...
tableted 16 13 TABLET, to write on...
tabletop 18 15 the top of a table [...
tabliers 17 12 TABLIER, (historical...
tablings 18 15 TABLING, the present...
tabloids 17 13 TABLOID, a small new...
tabloidy 23 15 like a tabloid newsp...
taboggan 16 16 a kind of sledge, al...
tabooing 15 14 TABOO, to exclude or...
tabooley 21 14 (Arabic) a kind of L...
taborers 15 11 TABORER, one who tab...
taborets 15 11 TABORET, a low stool...
taborine 14 12 a small drum, also T...
taboring 16 14 TABOR, to play on th...
taborins 15 12 TABORIN, a small dru...
tabouleh 18 15 (Arabic) a kind of L...
taboulis 17 13 TABOULI, (Arabic) a...
taboured 15 13 TABOUR, to beat on a...
tabourer 15 12 one who tabors, also...
tabouret 15 12 a low stool without...
tabourin 15 13 a small drum longer...
tabreres 15 11 TABRERE, (Spenser) a...
tabulate 16 13 to arrange in a list...
tacahout 18 14 a gall on the tamari...
tachinid 19 15 any dipterous bristl...
tachisme 20 16 a type of abstract p...
tachisms 21 16 TACHISM, a type of a...
tachiste 19 13 an abstract painter,...
tachists 20 13 TACHIST, an abstract...
tachyons 24 16 TACHYON, a theoretic...
taciturn 17 13 habitually silent [a...
tackiest 18 15 TACKEY, slightly sti...
tackings 19 18 TACKING, a nautical...
tacklers 19 16 TACKLER, one who tac...
tackless 19 16 without tacks [adj]
tackling 20 19 equipment for a part...
tacksman 18 19 one who holds a tack...
tacksmen 18 19 TACKSMAN, one who ho...
tacnodes 15 13 TACNODE, a point of...
taconite 15 12 a low-grade iron ore...
tacrines 16 12 TACRINE, a drug for...
tactical 21 15 relating to tactics...
tactions 16 12 TACTION, the act of...
tactisms 19 14 TACTISM, the movemen...
tactless 18 12 without tact [adj TA...
tadpoles 16 13 TADPOLE, the aquatic...
taediums 15 13 TAEDIUM, the state o...
taeniate 11 9 ribbonlike; shaped l...
taenioid 12 10 like a tapeworm [adj...
taenites 12 9 TAENITE, a nickel-ir...
taffarel 18 15 a rail around the st...
tafferel 18 15 a rail around the st...
taffetas 17 14 TAFFETA, a thin glos...
taffrail 19 15 a rail around the st...
tagalong 15 14 one that follows ano...
tagareen 12 11 (dialect) a junk sho...
tagboard 16 14 a material for makin...
taggants 15 13 TAGGANT, a substance...
taggiest 16 12 TAGGY, matted into t...
taggings 17 15 TAGGING, the act of...
taghairm 18 15 (Gaelic) inspiration...
taglines 15 12 TAGLINE, the final l...
taglioni 15 12 (Italian) a kind of...
tagmemes 16 16 TAGMEME, the analysi...
tagmemic 20 19 relating to tagmeme,...
taiglach 21 16 a confection of doug...
taigling 17 14 TAIGLE, to entangle...
tailards 15 10 TAILARD, (obsolete)...
tailback 21 19 a member of a footba...
tailbone 15 13 the coccyx [n -S]
tailcoat 17 12 a man's formal coat,...
taileron 13 10 either part of a two...
tailfans 16 13 TAILFAN, a fanlike s...
tailfins 17 13 TAILFIN, a decorativ...
tailgate 15 11 to drive dangerously...
tailhook 17 15 a hook lowered from...
tailings 16 12 TAILING, the refuse...
taillamp 19 16 a light at the rear...
tailless 16 10 without a tail [adj...
tailleur 16 11 (French) a woman's t...
taillies 16 10 TAILLIE, (Scots) an...
taillike 17 14 like a tail [adj]
tailored 14 10 TAILOR, to fit with...
tailpipe 19 15 to tie cans to the e...
tailrace 17 12 the channel in which...
tailskid 17 14 a support on which t...
tailspin 17 13 to perform a kind of...
tailspun 17 14 TAILSPIN, to perform...
tailwind 18 14 a wind coming from b...
tailzies 18 18 TAILZIE, (Scots) an...
tainting 14 12 TAINT, to stain or b...
tainture 13 10 defilement [n -S]
taisches 19 13 TAISCH, (Gaelic) an...
taivered 15 13 TAIVER, (Scots) to w...
takamaka 15 19 (Nahuatl) a gum resi...
takeable 16 16 that can be taken, a...
takeaway 22 17 a meal that is taken...
takedown 16 17 an article that can...
takeoffs 18 18 TAKEOFF, the act of...
takeouts 14 13 TAKEOUT, a takeaway...
takeover 15 16 the act of assuming...
takingly 23 18 TAKING, attractive [...
talapoin 15 13 (Portuguese) a small...
talaunts 14 11 TALAUNT, (Spenser) a...
talayots 20 11 TALAYOT, (Spanish) a...
talciest 18 12 TALCY, like talc, al...
talckier 19 16 TALCKY, pertaining t...
talcking 20 19 TALC, to treat with...
talcumed 19 17 TALCUM, to treat wit...
taleggio 16 13 a soft creamy cheese...
talented 13 11 having a talent [adj...
talesman 14 13 a bystander chosen t...
talesmen 14 13 TALESMAN, a bystande...
taleysim 22 14 TALLITH, (Hebrew) a...
talionic 17 13 pertaining to reveng...
talipats 17 12 TALIPAT, (Sinhalese)...
talipeds 17 13 TALIPED, a person af...
talipots 17 12 TALIPOT, (Sinhalese)...
talisman 15 13 an object believed t...
talkable 18 17 able to be talked ab...
talkback 22 23 a phone-in [n -S]
talkfest 18 16 an informal discussi...
talkiest 16 13 TALKY, tending to ta...
talkings 17 16 TALKING, conversatio...
talktime 17 16 the total amount of...
tallaged 16 13 TALLAGE, to levy tal...
tallages 16 12 TALLAGE, to levy tal...
tallboys 24 15 TALLBOY, a high ches...
tallents 15 11 TALLENT, (Shakespear...
talliate 15 10 to lay a tallage upo...
talliers 16 10 TALLIER, one who kee...
tallises 16 10 TALLIS, a Jewish pra...
tallisim 18 13 TALLIS, a Jewish pra...
tallites 16 10 TALLIT, a Jewish pra...
talliths 19 12 TALLITH, (Hebrew) a...
tallitim 18 13 TALLIT, a Jewish pra...
tallitot 16 10 TALLIT, a Jewish pra...
tallness 15 11 the state of being t...
tallowed 18 14 TALLOW, to smear wit...
tallyhos 24 14 TALLYHO, to utter a...
tallying 23 15 TALLY, to count up,...
tallyman 22 16 a person who tallies...
tallymen 22 16 TALLYMAN, a person w...
talmudic 20 17 pertaining to Jewish...
talookas 14 13 TALOOKA, an estate i...
talukdar 16 15 (Hindi) a proprietor...
tamandua 13 14 (Tupi) a tropical Am...
tamandus 14 14 TAMANDU, (Tupi) a tr...
tamanoir 13 12 (Tupi) the giant ant...
tamarack 18 18 (Native American) th...
tamaraos 13 11 TAMARAO, (Tagalog) a...
tamaraus 14 12 TAMARAU, (Tagalog) a...
tamarind 14 13 (Arabic) a large tro...
tamarins 14 12 TAMARIN, (French) a...
tamarisk 16 15 a heathlike shrub or...
tamashas 16 13 TAMASHA, (Urdu) in t...
tambalas 17 15 TAMBALA, (Nyanja) a...
tamboura 16 15 (Arabic) an Eastern...
tambours 17 15 TAMBOUR, to embroide...
tamburas 17 15 TAMBURA, (Arabic) an...
tamburin 17 16 (Spenser) a tambouri...
tameable 16 15 capable of being tam...
tameless 15 12 not capable of being...
tameness 13 12 the state of being t...
tammying 23 19 TAMMY, to strain sou...
tampalas 17 15 TAMPALA, an annual h...
tampered 16 15 TAMPER, to interfere...
tamperer 16 14 one who tampers [n -...
tampings 18 17 TAMPING, the act of...
tampions 16 15 TAMPION, (French) a...
tamponed 15 16 TAMPON, to plug with...
tamworth 20 16 a breed of long-bodi...
tanadars 12 10 TANADAR, (Hindi) an...
tanagers 13 11 TANAGER, (Tupi) a br...
tanagras 13 11 TANAGRA, a kind of t...
tanaiste 12 9 (Irish) in Irish pol...
tanbarks 16 16 TANBARK, a tree bark...
tandoori 12 10 (Hindi) a type of In...
tandoors 12 10 TANDOOR, (Hindi) a t...
tangelos 14 12 TANGELO, a hybrid be...
tangence 15 15 the state of being i...
tangency 22 17 the state of being i...
tangents 13 12 TANGENT, a line that...
tanghins 16 14 TANGHIN, (Malagasy)...
tangible 17 15 able to be touched [...
tangibly 24 17 TANGIBLE, able to be...
tangiest 14 11 TANGY, having a fres...
tanglers 15 12 TANGLER, one who tan...
tanglier 15 12 TANGLY, tangled [adj...
tangling 16 15 causing a tangle [ad...
tangoing 14 14 TANGO, to dance the...
tangoist 14 11 a tango dancer [n -S...
tangrams 15 14 TANGRAM, a Chinese g...
tanistry 20 11 the system of electi...
taniwhas 18 14 TANIWHA, (Maori) a m...
tankages 14 15 TANKAGE, the capacit...
tankards 14 14 TANKARD, a large mug...
tankered 13 14 TANKER, to transport...
tankfuls 18 18 TANKFUL, the amount...
tankings 15 16 TANKING, a defeat [n...
tankinis 14 14 TANKINI, a woman's s...
tankless 15 14 without a tank [adj]
tanklike 16 18 like a tank [adj]
tankship 19 18 a tanker [n -S]
tanlings 15 13 TANLING, (Shakespear...
tannable 14 14 capable of being tan...
tannages 12 12 TANNAGE, the process...
tannates 11 10 TANNATE, a salt of t...
tannings 13 13 TANNING, the process...
tannoyed 17 13 TANNOY, to announce...
tantalic 17 13 of or containing tan...
tantalum 15 14 an acid-resistant me...
tantalus 14 11 a case in which alco...
tantaras 12 9 TANTARA, a trumpet f...
tantrism 15 12 a school of Buddhism...
tantrist 14 9 an adherent of the y...
tantrums 15 13 TANTRUM, a fit of ra...
tanyards 19 12 TANYARD, the section...
tapacolo 18 15 (Spanish) a small So...
tapaculo 19 16 (Spanish) a small So...
tapadera 14 12 (Spanish) the leathe...
tapadero 14 12 (Spanish) the leathe...
tapeable 17 15 able to be taped [ad...
tapeless 16 12 without a tape [adj]
tapelike 17 16 like a tape [adj]
tapeline 15 13 a tape for measuring...
tapenade 13 13 (French) a paste mad...
taperers 15 11 TAPERER, one who car...
tapering 16 14 becoming smaller tow...
tapestry 22 13 to decorate with a w...
tapeting 16 14 TAPET, (Spenser) to...
tapetums 17 15 TAPETUM, (Latin) a r...
tapeworm 19 17 a parasitic worm [n...
tapholes 18 14 TAPHOLE, a hole in a...
taphouse 17 14 a tavern [n -S]
tapiocas 18 14 TAPIOCA, a starchy f...
tapiroid 16 12 any member of the ta...
tappable 20 18 able to be tapped [a...
tappiced 21 18 TAPPICE, to lie low...
tappices 21 17 TAPPICE, to lie low...
tappings 19 17 TAPPING, the act of...
taprooms 16 14 TAPROOM, a room wher...
taproots 15 11 TAPROOT, the main ro...
tapsters 16 11 TAPSTER, one who dis...
taqueria 21 18 (Spanish) a Mexican...
tarabish 18 13 a trick-taking card...
taraires 13 8 TARAIRE, (Maori) a t...
tarakihi 17 14 (Maori) an Australas...
tarameas 13 11 TARAMEA, (Maori) a v...
tarantas 12 9 (Russian) a low four...
tarboosh 17 13 (Arabic) a fez, a ha...
tarboush 18 14 (Arabic) a fez, a ha...
tardiest 14 9 TARDY, late [adj]
tardying 21 14 TARDY, (Shakespeare)...
tardyons 19 12 TARDYON, a subatomic...
targeted 14 11 TARGET, to make a go...
tariffed 18 15 TARIFF, to tax impor...
tarlatan 13 10 (French) a thin, sti...
tarletan 13 10 (French) a thin, sti...
tarnally 21 13 TARNAL, (US slang) e...
tarpaper 17 14 a heavy paper coated...
tarragon 13 11 a kind of herb, also...
tarrases 13 8 TARRAS, an earthy vo...
tarriers 14 8 TARRIER, one who tar...
tarriest 14 8 TARRY, like tar [adj...
tarrings 15 11 TARRING, the act of...
tarrocks 18 15 TARROCK, (dialect) t...
tarrowed 16 12 TARROW, (Scots) to h...
tarrying 21 13 TARRY, to linger [v]
tarseals 14 9 TARSEAL, the bitumen...
tarsiers 14 8 TARSIER, (French) a...
tarsioid 14 9 a fossil of the subo...
tarsiped 16 12 a marsupial of the g...
tartanas 12 9 TARTANA, a Mediterra...
tartaned 12 10 clad in tartan [adj]
tartanes 12 9 TARTANE, a Mediterra...
tartanry 19 11 Scottish culture art...
tartares 13 8 TARTARE, (French) a...
tartaric 17 11 of or derived from t...
tartarly 21 11 ferocious [adj]
tartiest 14 8 TARTY, like a prosti...
tartines 13 9 TARTINE, (French) a...
tartlets 15 9 TARTLET, a small pie...
tartness 13 9 the state of being t...
tartrate 13 8 a salt of tartaric a...
tartufes 16 12 TARTUFE, (French) a...
tartuffe 18 15 (French) a hypocrite...
tartufos 16 12 TARTUFO, (Italian) a...
tarweeds 16 12 TARWEED, a flowering...
tarwhine 18 14 (Native Australian)...
tasering 14 11 TASER, to immobilize...
taskbars 17 15 TASKBAR, a row of gr...
taskings 16 15 TASKING, the act of...
taskless 16 13 without a task [adj]
taskwork 19 19 hard work [n -S]
tasseled 14 10 TASSEL, to adorn wit...
tassells 16 10 TASSELL, a male hawk...
tasselly 22 12 adorned with tassels...
tasswage 17 13 (obsolete) to assuag...
tastable 16 12 that can be tasted,...
tasteful 17 13 full of taste [adj T...
tastevin 15 13 (French) a small sha...
tastiest 14 8 TASTY, pleasant to t...
tastings 15 11 TASTING, the act of...
tatahash 17 12 (dialect) a stew con...
tathatas 15 10 TATHATA, (Sanskrit)...
tatouays 19 11 TATOUAY, a South Ame...
tattered 13 9 TATTER, to become to...
tattiest 14 8 TATTY, shabby, fraye...
tattings 15 11 TATTING, delicate ha...
tattlers 15 9 TATTLER, an indiscre...
tattling 16 12 taletelling [adj TAT...
tattooed 12 9 TATTOO, to mark the...
tattooer 12 8 one who tattooes, al...
tattowed 16 12 TATTOW, to mark the...
tauhinus 16 13 TAUHINU, (Maori) a p...
taunters 13 10 TAUNTER, one who tau...
taunting 14 13 goading [adj TAUNTIN...
taupatas 15 12 TAUPATA, (Maori) a N...
taurines 13 10 TAURINE, a crystalli...
tautaugs 15 12 TAUTAUG, (Native Ame...
tautened 12 11 TAUTEN, to make taut...
tautness 13 10 the state of being t...
tautomer 14 12 a type of chemical c...
tautonym 20 15 a taxonomic name in...
tavering 16 15 TAVER, (Scots) to wa...
tavernas 14 13 TAVERNA, (Modern Gre...
taverner 14 13 one who runs a taver...
tawdrier 17 12 TAWDRY, cheap, trash...
tawdries 17 12 TAWDRY, trumpery, ta...
tawdrily 25 15 TAWDRY, cheap, trash...
taweries 16 11 TAWERY, a place wher...
tawhiris 20 13 TAWHIRI, (Maori) a s...
tawniest 16 12 TAWNY, orange-brown,...
tawtiest 17 11 TAWTIE, (Scots) matt...
taxables 22 19 TAXABLE, a taxable i...
taxation 18 16 the process of taxin...
taxative 21 19 of taxing [adj]
taxiarch 25 20 an Athenian military...
taxicabs 25 21 TAXICAB, automobile...
taxingly 28 21 TAXING [adv]
taxiways 29 20 TAXIWAY, at an airpo...
taxonomy 25 21 the study of scienti...
taxpayer 27 20 one who pays taxes [...
tayberry 28 15 a hybrid plant, a bl...
tchicked 24 21 TCHICK, to make a so...
teaberry 21 13 a North American shr...
teaboard 14 12 a tray for serving t...
teabowls 19 15 TEABOWL, a teacup wi...
teaboxes 20 18 TEABOX, a box for st...
teabread 14 12 a loaf of cake conta...
teacakes 16 15 TEACAKE, a small cak...
teacarts 16 11 TEACART, a trolley u...
teachers 18 13 TEACHER, one that te...
teaching 19 16 a doctrine [n -S]
teagling 16 14 TEAGLE, to hoist [v]
teahouse 14 11 a public establishme...
teakwood 16 16 the wood of the teak...
tealight 18 13 a candle used in tea...
teamaker 14 15 one that makes tea [...
teamings 15 14 TEAMING, driving a t...
teammate 14 14 a member of the same...
teamster 14 11 a truck driver, also...
teamwise 17 14 harnessed together [...
teamwork 18 18 a pulling together o...
tearable 15 12 able to be torn [adj...
tearaway 21 13 a rebellious person...
teardown 15 13 the process of disas...
teardrop 15 12 a tear [n -S]
teariest 13 8 TEARY, wet with tear...
tearless 14 9 without tears [adj T...
tearlike 15 13 resembling a tear [a...
tearooms 13 11 TEAROOM, a restauran...
teasable 15 12 liable to be teased...
teaseled 13 10 TEASEL, to raise a n...
teaseler 13 9 one who uses teasels...
teashops 17 13 TEASHOP, a tearoom [...
teasings 14 11 TEASING, the act of...
teaspoon 13 12 a small spoon [n -S]
teatimes 14 11 TEATIME, the usual t...
teawares 15 11 TEAWARE, a tea servi...
teazeled 16 19 TEAZEL, to raise a n...
teazling 18 21 TEAZLE, to raise a n...
techiest 19 13 TECHY, irritable, al...
technics 22 17 TECHNIC, a technique...
technoid 18 15 a technician [n -S]
tectites 17 11 TECTITE, a type of s...
tectonic 19 15 relating to structur...
teddered 13 11 TEDDER, to use such...
tedisome 14 12 (Scots) tedious, als...
teemless 15 12 not fruitful or prol...
teenaged 12 12 teenage [adj]
teenager 12 11 a person between the...
teenages 12 11 TEENAGE, the age bet...
teending 13 13 TEEND, to kindle, bu...
teendoms 13 13 TEENDOM, teenagers c...
teeniest 12 9 TEENY, (colloquial)...
teensier 12 9 TEENSY, (colloquial)...
teentier 12 9 TEENTY, (colloquial)...
teenybop 22 17 pertaining to a youn...
teetered 12 9 TEETER, to move unst...
teethers 15 10 TEETHER, an article...
teething 16 13 the first growth of...
teetotal 13 9 abstaining from alco...
teetotum 14 12 (historical) a child...
tefillah 20 15 a phylactery worn by...
tefillin 18 14 TEFILLAH, a phylacte...
tegmenta 14 14 TEGMENTUM, a scale p...
tegminal 16 15 relating to a tegmen...
teguexin 20 19 (Aztec) a large blac...
tegument 15 15 the natural covering...
tegumina 15 15 TEGUMEN, (Latin) the...
teiglach 21 16 (Yiddish) small, fru...
teinding 14 13 TEIND, (Scots) to as...
tektites 15 12 TEKTITE, a type of s...
tektitic 19 15 relating to a tektit...
telamons 14 13 TELAMON, (Greek) a d...
telecast 17 12 to broadcast by tele...
telechir 20 14 a form of robot cont...
telecine 16 13 the transmission of...
telecomm 19 18 (short for) telecomm...
telecoms 18 15 TELECOM, (short for)...
telecons 16 13 TELECON, (short for)...
telecopy 25 17 a message or documen...
telefilm 19 16 a motion picture mad...
telegony 20 14 the influence of a p...
telegram 16 14 to send a message by...
telemark 16 16 a type of turn in sk...
teleosts 14 9 TELEOST, a type of f...
telepath 18 14 one who claims to be...
telepics 20 15 TELEPIC, a feature-l...
teleplay 23 15 a play written for t...
teleport 16 12 to transport by will...
telerans 13 10 TELERAN, an air-traf...
telergic 19 14 working at a distanc...
telesale 14 10 a sale made on the t...
teleseme 14 12 a signalling apparat...
teleshop 18 14 to shop by interacti...
telestic 18 12 a type of acrostic [...
teletext 20 16 a system by which an...
telethon 15 12 an exceptionally lon...
teletron 13 10 a cathode-ray tube f...
teletype 22 14 (tradename) to send...
teleview 19 16 to observe by means...
televise 16 13 to broadcast by tele...
telework 18 16 to work at home comm...
telexing 21 19 TELEX, (tradename) t...
telfered 16 13 TELFER, to transport...
telferic 20 15 relating to a telfer...
telfords 17 13 TELFORD, a road made...
telicity 25 14 the quality of being...
tellable 18 14 able to be told [adj...
tellared 15 11 TELLAR, to produce s...
tellered 15 11 TELLER, to produce s...
tellings 17 13 TELLING, the act of...
telltale 16 11 a sneak, a talebeare...
tellural 17 12 of or pertaining to...
telluric 20 14 of or pertaining to...
telluses 16 11 TELLUS, (Latin) the...
telneted 13 11 TELNET, to access a...
telomere 14 12 a centromere that is...
telphers 19 14 TELPHER, to transpor...
telsonic 17 13 relating to a telson...
temblors 18 15 TEMBLOR, (Spanish) a...
temerity 21 13 foolish boldness [n...
temerous 14 12 rashly or presumptuo...
temperas 16 14 TEMPERA, (Italian) a...
tempered 16 15 TEMPER, to moderate...
temperer 16 14 one who tempers [n -...
tempests 17 14 TEMPEST, (Milton) to...
tempings 18 17 TEMPING, working as...
templars 18 15 TEMPLAR, a student o...
template 17 15 a thin plate used as...
templets 18 15 TEMPLET, a thin plat...
temporal 17 15 related to time [adj...
tempters 17 14 TEMPTER, one that te...
tempting 18 17 attractive [adj TEMP...
tempuras 17 15 TEMPURA, (Japanese)...
temulent 15 14 pertaining to temule...
tenacity 22 14 persistence [n TENAC...
tenacula 16 14 TENACULUM, a surgica...
tenaille 14 11 an outwork in a main...
tenanted 11 11 TENANT, to occupy as...
tenantry 18 12 the temporary occupa...
tendance 14 14 watchful care, also...
tendence 14 14 watchful care, also...
tendency 21 16 a trend or inclinati...
tendered 12 11 TENDER, to offer [v]
tenderer 12 10 one who tenders [n -...
tenderly 20 13 TENDER, soft, sensit...
tendrils 15 11 TENDRIL, a coiling,...
tendrons 12 11 TENDRON, (French) a...
tenebrae 13 12 a religious service...
tenebrio 14 12 (Latin) a night spir...
tenement 12 13 an apartment house [...
tenendum 13 15 (Latin) a clause in...
tenesmic 17 15 pertaining to tenesm...
tenesmus 14 13 a frequent but ineff...
tenfolds 16 14 TENFOLD, ten times a...
teniases 12 9 TENIASIS, an infesta...
teniasis 13 9 an infestation with...
tennises 12 10 TENNIS, an outdoor b...
tennists 13 10 TENNIST, a tennis pl...
tenoners 11 10 TENONER, one who ten...
tenoning 12 13 TENON, to fix or fit...
tenorini 12 10 TENORINO, a high ten...
tenorino 11 10 a high tenor [n TENO...
tenorist 13 9 one who sings tenor...
tenorite 12 9 a triclinic oxide of...
tenorman 12 13 a person who plays t...
tenormen 12 13 TENORMAN, a person w...
tenoroon 10 10 an obsolete tenor ba...
tenotomy 19 14 the surgical divisio...
tenpence 16 16 the sum of ten penni...
tenpenny 19 16 worth tenpence [adj]
tensible 16 13 capable of being str...
tensibly 23 15 TENSIBLE, capable of...
tensions 12 10 TENSION, to make str...
tentacle 16 13 a slender flexible o...
tentages 13 11 TENTAGE, a supply of...
tentered 12 10 TENTER, to stretch o...
tentfuls 17 14 TENTFUL, as much as...
tentiest 13 9 TENTY, watchful, als...
tentigos 14 11 TENTIGO, (Latin) mor...
tentings 14 12 TENTING, an assembla...
tentless 14 10 without a tent [adj]
tentlike 15 14 like a tent [adj]
tentoria 12 9 TENTORIUM, a sheet o...
tentpole 15 13 a big budget movie w...
tentwise 16 12 pertaining to a tent...
tenuious 13 11 thin, slender, insub...
tenurial 14 11 relating to tenure [...
tenuring 14 13 TENURE, to grant ten...
teocalli 18 13 (Nahuatl) an Aztec p...
teosinte 12 9 (Nahuatl) a Mexican...
tepaches 20 16 TEPACHE, (Spanish) a...
tepefied 17 15 TEPEFY, to make or b...
tepefies 17 14 TEPEFY, to make or b...
tephrite 18 13 a kind of igneous ro...
tepidest 16 12 TEPID, moderately wa...
tepidity 23 14 the state of being t...
tequilas 23 19 TEQUILA, a Mexican a...
tequilla 24 20 a Mexican alcoholic...
terabyte 21 13 a large unit of comp...
teraflop 18 15 a trillion calculati...
teraglin 15 12 (Native Australian)...
terakihi 17 14 (Maori) an Australas...
teraohms 16 13 TERAOHM, one trillio...
teraphim 19 16 an image of a Semiti...
teratism 15 11 a malformed fetus [n...
teratoid 13 9 resembling a monster...
teratoma 13 11 (Greek) a tumor, som...
terawatt 16 11 a trillion watts [n...
terbiums 18 15 TERBIUM, a metallic...
tercelet 17 12 the male of various...
terebene 13 12 a light yellow disin...
terebrae 14 11 TEREBRA, a boring in...
terebras 15 11 TEREBRA, a boring in...
tergites 15 10 TERGITE, the back of...
teriyaki 21 14 (Japanese) a dish of...
terminal 15 13 at the end [adj TERM...
terminer 14 12 (obsolete) a determi...
terminus 15 13 an end [n TERMINUSES...
termites 15 11 TERMITE, a so-called...
termitic 19 14 of termites [adj]
termless 16 12 having no limits [ad...
termlies 16 12 TERMLY, a publicatio...
termtime 16 14 the time when a scho...
ternions 12 10 TERNION, a triad; a...
terpenes 14 12 TERPENE, any of a cl...
terpenic 18 15 relating to a terpen...
terpinol 16 13 a terpene alcohol us...
terraced 16 12 TERRACE, to form int...
terraces 16 11 TERRACE, to form int...
terrains 13 9 TERRAIN, a tract of...
terranes 12 9 TERRANE, a kind of r...
terrapin 15 12 any of various webfo...
terraria 13 8 TERRARIUM, a glass e...
terrases 13 8 TERRAS, an earthy vo...
terrasse 13 8 (French) a paved are...
terrazzo 19 26 (Italian) a flooring...
terreens 12 9 TERREEN, an earthenw...
terrella 15 10 a spherical magnet [...
terrenes 12 9 TERRENE, the world,...
terrible 17 12 awful [adj TERRIBLY]...
terribly 24 14 TERRIBLE, awful [adv...
terriers 14 8 TERRIER, a small dog...
terrific 20 14 marvellous [adj TERR...
terrines 13 9 TERRINE, (French) an...
terroirs 14 8 TERROIR, (French) th...
tersions 13 9 TERSION, the act of...
tertials 15 9 TERTIAL, a flight fe...
tertians 13 9 TERTIAN, a fever rec...
tertiary 20 10 a flight feather of...
terylene 19 12 a kind of polyester...
terzetta 16 17 (Italian) a triplet...
terzetti 17 17 TERZETTO, (Italian)...
terzetto 16 17 (Italian) a composit...
tessella 15 10 (Latin) a small tess...
tesserae 12 8 TESSERA, (Latin) a s...
tesseral 14 9 of, pertaining to, o...
testable 16 12 able to be tested [a...
testamur 15 12 (Latin) a certificat...
testates 13 8 TESTATE, one who mak...
testator 13 8 one who makes a will...
testatum 15 12 (Latin) one of the c...
testerns 13 9 TESTERN, (Shakespear...
testicle 18 12 a male reproductive...
testiest 14 8 TESTY, irritable [ad...
testings 15 11 TESTING, the act of...
testoons 12 9 TESTOON, a Portugues...
testrill 17 10 (obsolete) a sixpenc...
testrils 16 9 TESTRIL, (obsolete)...
testudos 14 10 TESTUDO, (Latin) a w...
tetanics 16 12 TETANIC, an agent ca...
tetanies 12 9 TETANY, a morbid con...
tetanise 12 9 to affect with convu...
tetanize 15 18 to affect with convu...
tetanoid 12 10 resembling tetanus [...
tetchier 19 13 TETCHY, peevish, fre...
tetchily 27 16 TETCHY, peevish, fre...
tethered 15 11 TETHER, to confine w...
tetotums 15 12 TETOTUM, a child's t...
tetracid 17 12 a substance capable...
tetracts 17 11 TETRACT, a sponge sp...
tetradic 17 12 of or pertaining to...
tetragon 13 11 a four-sided polygon...
tetramer 14 11 a polymer consisting...
tetrapla 16 12 (Greek) an edition o...
tetrapod 15 12 a four-footed animal...
tetrarch 19 13 a Roman governor of...
tetraxon 18 16 a sponge spicule, al...
tetrodes 13 9 TETRODE, a type of e...
tetronal 13 10 a hypnotic and sedat...
tetroses 13 8 TETROSE, a sugar who...
tetroxid 20 16 an oxide having four...
tettered 13 9 TETTER, to affect wi...
tettixes 20 15 TETTIX, (Greek) the...
teuchats 19 14 TEUCHAT, a shore bir...
teuchest 19 14 TEUCH, (Scots) tough...
teuchter 19 14 (Scots) a derogatory...
teughest 17 13 TEUGH, (Scots) tough...
tevatron 14 13 a kind of particle a...
textbook 22 22 a book used in the s...
textiles 21 16 TEXTILE, a woven fab...
textings 21 18 TEXTING, the act of...
textisms 22 18 TEXTISM, the languag...
textless 21 16 without a text [adj]
textonym 26 21 one of several words...
textuary 26 18 a specialist in the...
textural 21 17 pertaining to the su...
textured 20 17 TEXTURE, to make by...
textures 20 16 TEXTURE, to make by...
thacking 21 20 THACK, (Scots) to th...
thalamic 21 17 pertaining to the th...
thalamus 18 15 a part of the brain...
thalline 17 13 consisting of a thal...
thallium 20 16 a rare bluish-white...
thalloid 18 13 having the form of a...
thallous 18 13 of or containing div...
thalwegs 21 16 THALWEG, (German) a...
thanadar 14 12 (Hindi) an officer i...
thanages 15 13 THANAGE, the distric...
thanatos 14 11 (Greek) in Freudian...
thanedom 15 15 the state or dignity...
thangkas 17 17 THANGKA, (Tibetan) a...
thankers 16 15 THANKER, one who tha...
thankful 20 20 grateful [adj THANKF...
thanking 17 18 the act of thanking...
thankyou 22 18 anything expressing...
thannahs 16 14 THANNAH, (Hindi) an...
thataway 24 15 in that direction [a...
thatched 21 16 THATCH, to cover wit...
thatcher 21 15 one that thatches [n...
thatches 21 15 THATCH, to cover wit...
thatness 15 11 that [n -ES]
thawiest 19 13 THAWY, inclined to m...
thawings 20 16 THAWING, the act of...
thawless 20 14 never thawing [adj]
thearchy 27 17 rule by a God [n THE...
theaters 15 10 THEATER, a building...
theatral 16 11 of or pertaining to...
theatres 15 10 THEATRE, a building...
theatric 19 13 relating to or suita...
thebaine 16 14 a poisonous alkaloid...
theeking 17 17 THEEK, (Scots) to th...
theelins 16 12 THEELIN, a female se...
theelols 17 12 THEELOL, a female se...
theistic 20 13 of or pertaining to...
thelitis 18 11 inflammation of the...
thematic 20 16 of or relating to a...
themself 20 17 a pronoun, unrecogni...
thenages 15 13 THENAGE, the distric...
theocons 17 14 THEOCON, a conservat...
theocrat 18 13 a divine or deified...
theodicy 25 16 a defence of God's g...
theogony 21 15 an account of the or...
theologs 17 13 THEOLOG, a theologia...
theology 23 15 the study of religio...
theonomy 21 16 rule by a god [n THE...
theorbos 17 13 THEORBO, (Italian) a...
theorems 16 13 THEOREM, an establis...
theorics 19 13 THEORIC, (Shakespear...
theories 15 10 THEORY, a group of p...
theorise 15 10 to form theories, al...
theorist 16 10 one who theorizes [n...
theorize 18 19 to form theories, al...
theosoph 19 15 a believer in theoso...
therblig 21 16 a unit of work for q...
therefor 17 13 for that [adv]
theremin 16 14 an electronic musica...
thereout 15 11 out of that [adv]
theriaca 18 13 (archaic) an antidot...
theriacs 19 13 THERIAC, (archaic) a...
therians 15 11 THERIAN, a therian m...
thermals 18 14 THERMAL, a rising cu...
thermels 18 14 THERMEL, a device fo...
thermion 16 14 an ion emitted by a...
thermite 17 13 a metallic mixture t...
thermits 18 13 THERMIT, a metallic...
theropod 17 14 a carnivorous dinosa...
thesauri 16 11 THESAURUS, (Latin) a...
thespian 17 14 an actor or actress...
thetched 21 16 THETCH, (Spenser) to...
thetches 21 15 THETCH, (Spenser) to...
thetical 20 14 positively asserting...
theurgic 21 16 of or pertaining to...
thewiest 19 13 THEWY, having strong...
thewless 20 14 weak, without thews,...
thiamine 16 14 vitamin B1, found in...
thiamins 17 14 THIAMIN, vitamin B1,...
thiazide 19 20 a drug used to treat...
thiazine 18 20 any of a group of or...
thiazins 19 20 THIAZIN, any of a gr...
thiazole 19 20 a chemical compound,...
thiazols 20 20 THIAZOL, a chemical...
thickens 20 18 THICKEN, to make thi...
thickest 21 17 THICK, having a grea...
thickets 21 17 THICKET, a dense gro...
thickety 27 19 having the nature of...
thickies 21 17 THICKIE, a stupid pe...
thicking 22 20 THICK, (Spenser) to...
thickish 24 19 somewhat thick [adj]
thickoes 20 17 THICKO, (colloquial)...
thickset 21 17 having a short thick...
thievery 24 16 the act of stealing...
thieving 19 17 the act of stealing...
thievish 21 16 given to stealing [a...
thiggers 19 14 THIGGER, one who thi...
thigging 20 17 the act of begging [...
thillers 19 12 THILLER, the horse w...
thimbled 21 18 THIMBLE, to wear a c...
thimbles 21 17 THIMBLE, to wear a c...
thinclad 20 16 a runner on a track...
thindown 18 16 a lessening of the n...
thingamy 24 18 used when the correc...
thingier 17 13 THINGY, real, actual...
thingies 17 13 THINGY, a thing, a w...
thinkers 17 15 THINKER, one that th...
thinking 18 18 an opinion of judgem...
thinners 15 12 THINNER, a preparati...
thinness 15 12 the state of being t...
thinnest 15 12 THIN, not fat [adj]
thinning 16 15 the act of thinning...
thinnish 18 14 somewhat thin [adj]
thionate 14 11 a sulphur compound [...
thionine 14 12 a violet dye, also T...
thionins 15 12 THIONIN, a violet dy...
thionyls 23 14 THIONYL, a compound...
thiophen 19 16 a type of sulphur co...
thiophil 22 16 of bacteria, having...
thiotepa 17 13 a sulfur compound, u...
thiourea 15 11 urea with its oxygen...
thirding 18 14 a third part [n -S]
thirlage 18 13 an obligation for fe...
thirling 19 14 THIRL, to vibrate, t...
thirsted 17 11 THIRST, to have a ne...
thirster 17 10 one who thirsts [n -...
thirteen 15 11 a number, three and...
thirties 17 10 THIRTY, a number [n]
thisaway 25 15 (colloquial) this wa...
thisness 16 11 the quality of being...
thistles 18 11 THISTLE, a prickly c...
thlipses 20 14 THLIPSIS, (Greek) co...
thlipsis 21 14 (Greek) constriction...
tholepin 18 15 a pin that serves as...
thongier 16 13 THONGY, resembling a...
thonging 17 16 THONG, to flog with...
thoracal 19 14 relating to a thorax...
thoraces 18 13 THORAX, the part of...
thoracic 22 16 of or pertaining to...
thoraxes 21 17 THORAX, the part of...
thorites 16 10 THORITE, a silicate...
thoriums 18 14 THORIUM, a radioacti...
thornier 15 11 THORNY, full of thor...
thornily 23 14 THORNY, full of thor...
thorning 16 14 THORN, to prick with...
thornset 15 11 beset with thorns [a...
thorough 19 15 complete, also THORO...
thoughts 20 15 THOUGHT, a product o...
thousand 15 13 a number, ten hundre...
thowless 20 14 (Scots) pithless, li...
thraldom 18 15 servitude, also THRA...
thralled 18 13 THRALL, to enslave [...
thranged 16 14 THRANG, (Scots) to t...
thrapple 21 17 (Scots) to throttle,...
thrashed 18 13 THRASH, to beat [v]
thrasher 18 12 any of several Ameri...
thrashes 18 12 THRASH, to beat [v]
thraward 19 14 (Scots) froward, obs...
thrawart 19 13 (Scots) froward, obs...
thrawing 20 16 THRAW, (Scots) to tu...
thrawnly 26 17 THRAWN, (Scots) obst...
threaded 15 12 THREAD, to pass cott...
threaden 14 12 (Shakespeare) made o...
threader 15 11 a person who or thin...
threaped 17 14 THREAP, to dispute,...
threaper 17 13 one who threaps, als...
threapit 18 13 THREAP, to dispute,...
threated 15 11 THREAT, to intimidat...
threaten 14 11 to intimidate, also...
threaves 17 14 THREAVE, (Scots) a c...
threeped 17 14 THREEP, to dispute,...
threeper 17 13 one who threeps, als...
threepit 18 13 THREEP, to dispute,...
threnode 14 12 a song of lamentatio...
threnody 21 14 a song of lamentatio...
threshed 18 13 THRESH, to separate...
threshel 19 13 a flail [n -S]
thresher 18 12 any of several Ameri...
threshes 18 12 THRESH, to separate...
thridace 19 14 lettuce juice [n -S]
thridded 17 13 THRID, (Spenser) to...
thrilled 19 13 THRILL, to excite gr...
thriller 19 12 one that thrills [n...
thrimsas 18 13 THRIMSA, (Old Englis...
thripses 19 13 THRIPS, (Greek) any...
thrissel 18 11 (Scots) a thistle, a...
thristed 17 11 THRIST, (Spenser) to...
thristle 18 11 (Scots) thistle, als...
thrivers 19 14 THRIVER, one who thr...
thriving 20 17 flourishing [adj THR...
throated 15 11 THROAT, to utter in...
throbbed 20 17 THROB, to pulsate [v...
throbber 20 16 one who throbs [n -S...
throeing 16 13 THROE, to suffer vio...
thrombin 19 17 an enzyme that cause...
thrombus 20 17 a clot occluding a b...
thronged 16 14 THRONG, to crowd int...
throning 16 14 THRONE, to sit on a...
thronner 14 12 (dialect) a person g...
thropple 21 17 (Scots) to throttle,...
throstle 17 11 the song-thrush [n -...
throttle 17 11 to to choke by press...
throwers 19 13 THROWER, one that th...
throwing 20 16 the act of throwing...
thrummed 19 18 THRUM, to play a str...
thrummer 19 17 one that thrums, str...
thruputs 20 15 THRUPUT, the amount...
thrushes 19 13 THRUSH, a songbird [...
thrusted 17 12 THRUST, to push forc...
thruster 17 11 one that thrusts, al...
thrustor 17 11 one that thrusts, al...
thruways 26 16 THRUWAY, (US) a moto...
thrymsas 24 15 THRYMSA, (Old Englis...
thudding 18 16 a dull percussive so...
thuggees 18 15 THUGGEE, (Hindi) mur...
thuggery 25 17 thuggish behaviour [...
thuggish 22 17 characteristic of a...
thuggism 21 18 the practices of Ind...
thulites 18 12 THULITE, a red zoisi...
thuliums 20 16 THULIUM, a rare meta...
thumbier 20 17 THUMBY, like thumbs,...
thumbing 21 20 THUMB, to leaf throu...
thumbkin 21 22 (Scots) an instrumen...
thumbnut 20 19 a nut that is turned...
thumbpot 22 20 a very small flowerp...
thumpers 20 17 THUMPER, a strikingl...
thumping 21 20 THUMP, to beat with...
thunders 16 13 THUNDER, to produce...
thundery 22 15 indicative of thunde...
thunking 18 19 THUNK, to make a sud...
thurible 20 15 a censer [n -S]
thurifer 19 14 an altar boy or acol...
thusness 16 12 the state of being t...
thuswise 20 14 in this manner [adv]
thwacked 23 21 THWACK, to strike wi...
thwacker 23 20 one who thwacks [n -...
thwaites 19 13 THWAITE, (Old Norse)...
thwarted 19 14 THWART, to cross the...
thwarter 19 13 one who thwarts [n -...
thwartly 27 16 THWART, cross-graine...
thyloses 23 13 THYLOSE, an ingrowth...
thylosis 24 13 an ingrowth from a n...
thymiest 24 15 THYMEY, abounding in...
thymines 23 16 THYMINE, one of the...
thymomas 24 18 THYMOMA, a tumour ar...
thymosin 23 16 a hormone secreted b...
thymuses 24 16 THYMUS, (Latin) a du...
thyreoid 22 13 a shield-shaped bone...
thyroids 23 13 THYROID, a ductless...
thyroxin 28 20 an iodine compound,...
thyrsoid 23 13 having the form of a...
tibiales 17 12 TIBIALIS, a muscle i...
tibialis 18 12 a muscle in the calf...
tichiest 20 13 TICHY, very small, a...
ticketed 18 16 TICKET, to label [v]
tickings 20 18 TICKING, a strong li...
ticklace 22 19 in Newfoundland, a k...
ticklers 20 16 TICKLER, someone or...
ticklier 20 16 TICKLY, easily tickl...
tickling 21 19 the act of tickling...
ticklish 23 18 sensitive to ticklin...
tickseed 18 16 a flowering plant [n...
ticktack 23 22 to use arm signals f...
ticktock 23 22 to make the sound of...
tiddiest 15 10 TIDDY, very small [a...
tiddlers 16 11 TIDDLER, a small fis...
tiddleys 22 13 TIDDLEY, an alcoholi...
tiddlier 16 11 TIDDLY, slightly dru...
tiddlies 16 11 TIDDLY, an alcoholic...
tiddling 17 14 TIDDLE, to use with...
tideland 14 12 land covered and unc...
tideless 15 10 without a tide [adj]
tidelike 16 14 like a tide [adj]
tideline 14 11 the edge of the tide...
tidemark 16 16 a mark showing the h...
tidemill 18 14 a mill moved by tide...
tiderips 17 12 TIDERIP, disturbed s...
tidesman 14 13 a customhouse office...
tidesmen 14 13 TIDESMAN, a customho...
tidewave 18 16 a tide regarded as a...
tideways 23 14 TIDEWAY, a channel i...
tidiness 14 10 the state of being t...
tidivate 16 13 to smarten up [v TID...
tidytips 24 14 a California composi...
tiebacks 20 18 TIEBACK, a loop for...
tiebreak 16 15 a contest to select...
tieclasp 20 15 a clasp for securing...
tiercels 18 12 TIERCEL, a male hawk...
tiercets 17 11 TIERCET, (Italian) a...
tietacks 18 15 TIETACK, a tie clip,...
tiffined 18 16 TIFFIN, to take lunc...
tiffings 20 17 TIFFING, lunch; a li...
tigereye 20 12 a gemstone, a golden...
tigerish 18 12 like a tiger [adj TI...
tigerism 17 13 swagger [n -S]
tiggered 16 13 TIGGER, to damage (e...
tightass 18 12 (colloquial) an inhi...
tightens 17 13 TIGHTEN, to make tig...
tightest 18 12 TIGHT, firmly or clo...
tightish 21 14 somewhat tight [adj...
tightwad 21 16 a stingy person [n -...
tigridia 16 11 a tropical American...
tikangas 15 15 TIKANGA, (Maori) usa...
tilapias 17 12 TILAPIA, any member...
tilefish 20 14 a marine food fish [...
tilelike 17 14 like a tile [adj]
tileries 15 9 TILERY, a tile facto...
tillable 19 14 able to be tilled [a...
tillages 17 12 TILLAGE, the operati...
tillered 16 11 TILLER, to put forth...
tillicum 22 17 (Native American) a...
tilliest 17 10 TILLY, of or like ti...
tillings 18 13 TILLING, cultivation...
tillites 17 10 TILLITE, a stiff imp...
tiltable 18 13 able to be tilted [a...
tiltings 17 12 TILTING, the act of...
tiltyard 22 12 a area for jousting...
timaraus 15 12 TIMARAU, a small buf...
timariot 15 11 (historical) a Turki...
timbales 18 15 TIMBALE, (French) a...
timbered 17 15 TIMBER, to furnish w...
timbrels 19 15 TIMBREL, (historical...
timebomb 20 20 a (literal or figura...
timecard 18 15 a card for recording...
timeless 16 12 having no beginning...
timelier 16 12 TIMELY, occurring at...
timeline 15 13 a schedule of events...
timeouts 15 12 TIMEOUT, a brief sus...
timepass 17 14 to pass time [v -ED,...
timework 19 18 work paid for by the...
timeworn 17 15 showing the effects...
timidest 16 12 TIMID, lacking coura...
timidity 23 14 the quality of being...
timolols 17 13 TIMOLOL, a drug used...
timoneer 13 12 a helmsman [n -S]
timorous 15 12 of a timid dispositi...
timously 23 15 TIMOUS, timely; seas...
timpanas 16 15 TIMPANA, a tradition...
timpanum 18 19 (Latin) the space be...
tinamous 14 13 TINAMOU, (Carib) a S...
tinchels 20 15 TINCHEL, (Gaelic) a...
tincting 18 15 TINCT, to stain, dye...
tincture 17 13 to colour with a tin...
tinfoils 17 13 TINFOIL, a thin meta...
tingeing 15 14 TINGE, to colour sli...
tinglers 16 12 TINGLER, a thing whi...
tinglier 16 12 TINGLY, tingling [ad...
tingling 17 15 mildly stinging [adj...
tinglish 19 14 thrilling [adj]
tinhorns 15 12 TINHORN, a showily p...
tininess 13 10 the quality of being...
tinkered 14 14 TINKER, to repair sh...
tinkerer 14 13 one who tinkers [n -...
tinklers 16 14 TINKLER, an itineran...
tinklier 16 14 TINKLY, producing a...
tinkling 17 17 the sound of somethi...
tinniest 13 10 TINNY, making a nois...
tinnings 14 13 TINNING, the act of...
tinnitus 14 11 a ringing sound in t...
tinplate 16 13 to coat with tin [v...
tinseled 14 11 TINSEL, to give a sh...
tinselly 22 13 of or like tinsel, a...
tinselry 21 12 tawdry material [n T...
tinsmith 18 14 one who works with t...
tinsnips 16 13 a pair of hand shear...
tinstone 12 10 an ore of tin, cassi...
tintacks 18 16 TINTACK, a tack coat...
tintiest 14 9 TINTY, unevenly tint...
tintings 15 12 TINTING, the process...
tintless 15 10 lacking colour [adj]
tintypes 22 14 TINTYPE, a colloquia...
tinwares 16 12 TINWARE, articles ma...
tinworks 18 16 TINWORK, something m...
tipcarts 20 14 TIPCART, a cart so c...
tippable 21 18 capable of being tip...
tippiest 19 14 TIPPY, (slang) in th...
tippings 20 17 TIPPING, the act of...
tipplers 20 15 TIPPLER, one who tip...
tippling 21 18 TIPPLE, to drink alc...
tippytoe 24 16 to walk on the tips...
tipsheet 18 13 a publication with t...
tipsiest 17 11 TIPSY, slightly drun...
tipstaff 21 17 an attendant in a la...
tipsters 17 11 TIPSTER, one who sel...
tipstock 21 18 a part of a gun [n -...
tiramisu 16 12 (Italian) a dessert...
tirasses 14 8 TIRASSE, (French) a...
tiredest 14 9 TIRED, fatigued [adj...
tireless 15 9 seemingly incapable...
tireling 16 12 a tired animal [n -S...
tiresome 14 11 tedious [adj TIRESOM...
tirrivee 16 12 (Scots) a tantrum, a...
tirrivie 17 12 (Scots) a tantrum, a...
tissuing 16 12 TISSUE, to weave int...
tissular 16 10 pertaining to struct...
tiswases 17 11 TISWAS, a tizzy, a s...
titanate 12 9 a salt of titanic ac...
titaness 13 9 a female titan [n -E...
titanias 13 9 TITANIA, a mineral,...
titanism 15 12 a spirit of revolt o...
titanite 13 9 a brown, green or ye...
titanium 15 13 a metallic element [...
titanous 13 10 of trivalent titaniu...
titchier 20 13 TITCHY, very small,...
tithable 19 14 subject to the payme...
tithings 18 13 TITHING, a tax compr...
tithonia 15 11 a tall herb [n -S]
titivate 16 12 to spruce up or ador...
titlarks 17 13 TITLARK, a pipit, es...
titlings 17 12 TITLING, any of vari...
titlists 17 9 TITLIST, a sports ch...
titmouse 15 12 any of various small...
titrable 17 12 capable of being tit...
titrants 14 9 TITRANT, the reagent...
titrated 14 9 TITRATE, to measure...
titrates 14 8 TITRATE, to measure...
titrator 14 8 one who titrates [n...
tittered 14 9 TITTER, to utter a r...
titterer 14 8 one that titters [n...
tittling 17 12 TITTLE, to whisper,...
tittuped 17 13 TITTUP, to prance, s...
tittuppy 26 17 gay, lively, unstead...
titubant 16 13 staggering [adj]
titubate 16 12 to stagger [v TITUBA...
titulars 16 10 TITULAR, one who has...
titulary 22 12 one who holds a titl...
tituling 17 13 TITULE, to give a ti...
tituping 18 15 TITUP, to prance [v]
titupped 19 16 TITUP, to prance [v]
tizwases 20 20 TIZWAS, a tizzy, a s...
tjanting 16 21 (Indonesian) a small...
toadfish 18 14 a toadlike marine fi...
toadflax 22 20 a plant of the figwo...
toadless 14 10 having no toads [adj...
toadlets 14 10 TOADLET, a small toa...
toadlike 15 14 like a toad [adj]
toadrush 16 12 a kind of low rush,...
toadying 20 14 acting sycophantical...
toadyish 22 13 characteristic of on...
toadyism 21 14 toadyish behaviour [...
toasters 13 8 TOASTER, a device fo...
toastier 13 8 TOASTY, like toast,...
toasties 13 8 TOASTIE, (colloquial...
toasting 14 11 the act of toasting...
tobaccos 21 17 TOBACCO, an annual h...
toboggan 16 16 a kind of sledge, al...
toboggin 17 16 a kind of sledge, al...
toccatas 19 14 TOCCATA, (Italian) a...
tochered 18 14 TOCHER, (Gaelic) to...
tockiest 18 15 TOCKY, muddy [adj]
tockleys 25 18 TOCKLEY, (Australian...
tocology 24 16 a branch of medicine...
toddlers 15 11 TODDLER, a young chi...
toddling 16 14 TODDLE, to walk unst...
toeclips 20 15 TOECLIP, an attachme...
toeholds 16 12 TOEHOLD, a space tha...
toenails 13 10 TOENAIL, to fasten w...
toepiece 17 14 a piece on a shoe de...
toeplate 15 12 a metal tab attached...
toeshoes 14 10 TOESHOE, a dance sho...
toffiest 18 14 TOFFY, like a toff,...
tofuttis 17 12 TOFUTTI, (tradename)...
together 16 12 into a union or rela...
toggered 15 13 TOGGER, (colloquial)...
togglers 17 13 TOGGLER, one who tog...
toggling 18 16 TOGGLE, to fasten wi...
toheroas 14 10 TOHEROA, (Maori) a k...
tohungas 16 14 TOHUNGA, (Maori) a p...
toileted 14 10 TOILET, to dress and...
toiletry 21 11 an article used in d...
toilette 14 9 (French) the act of...
toilinet 14 10 a kind of woollen cl...
toilings 16 12 TOILING, the act of...
toilless 16 10 without toil [adj]
toilsome 15 12 demanding much exert...
toilworn 17 13 worn down by toil [a...
toiseach 18 13 (Irish) a Celtic nob...
toisechs 19 13 TOISECH, (Irish) a C...
tokamaks 16 19 TOKAMAK, (Russian) a...
tokening 14 16 TOKEN, to be a sign...
tokenism 15 16 the policy of making...
tokology 22 17 a branch of medicine...
tokomaks 16 19 TOKOMAK, (Russian) a...
tokonoma 13 16 (Japanese) a small a...
tokotoko 14 16 (Maori) a ceremonial...
tolarjev 18 22 TOLAR, (Slovene) the...
tolbooth 18 14 (Scots) a town hall,...
tolerant 13 10 inclined to tolerate...
tolerate 13 9 to endure with patie...
toleware 16 12 articles made of tol...
tolidine 14 11 a chemical compound,...
tolidins 15 11 TOLIDIN, a chemical...
tollable 18 14 subject to toll [adj...
tollages 16 12 TOLLAGE, payment of...
tollbars 18 13 TOLLBAR, a movable b...
tolldish 19 13 a grain measure dish...
tollgate 16 12 to block a business...
tollings 17 13 TOLLING, the action...
tollways 25 15 TOLLWAY, a road on w...
toltered 14 10 TOLTER, (dialect) to...
toluates 14 10 TOLUATE, a salt of a...
toluenes 13 11 TOLUENE, a solvent d...
toluides 15 11 TOLUIDE, a derivativ...
toluidin 15 12 any one of three ami...
toluoles 15 11 TOLUOLE, a solvent d...
tomahawk 20 20 to strike with a sho...
tomalley 22 15 the liver of a lobst...
tomatoes 13 11 TOMATO, the edible f...
tomatoey 19 13 tasting of tomato [a...
tombacks 21 21 TOMBACK, an alloy of...
tombless 18 15 without a tomb [adj]
tomblike 19 19 like a tomb [adj]
tombolas 17 15 TOMBOLA, a gambling...
tombolos 17 15 TOMBOLO, a sandbar c...
tomentum 15 16 (Latin) the closely...
tomfools 17 15 TOMFOOL, to play the...
tommycod 25 20 a kind of cod, also...
tommying 23 19 TOMMY, to oppress by...
tommyrot 22 16 nonsense [n -S]
tomogram 16 16 a photograph made wi...
tomorrow 17 14 the day following to...
tompions 16 15 TOMPION, (French) a...
tomponed 15 16 TOMPON, to plug with...
tonalite 13 10 a coarse rock [n -S]
tonality 20 12 the sum of relations...
tondinos 12 11 TONDINO, a circular...
tonearms 13 12 TONEARM, the pivoted...
toneless 13 10 without tone [adj TO...
tonepads 14 13 TONEPAD, an electron...
tonetics 16 12 the phonetic study o...
tonettes 12 9 TONETTE, a simple fl...
tongster 14 11 (Chinese) a member o...
tonguing 15 15 the use of the tongu...
tonicity 23 14 normal, healthy bodi...
tonified 15 13 TONIFY, to give tone...
tonifies 15 12 TONIFY, to give tone...
tonights 17 13 TONIGHT, the present...
tonishly 23 14 TONISH, modish; fash...
tonnages 12 12 TONNAGE, total weigh...
tonneaus 11 11 TONNEAU, (French) th...
tonneaux 17 18 TONNEAU, (French) th...
tonnells 14 12 TONNELL, (obsolete)...
tonsilar 14 10 relating to the tons...
tonsured 13 11 TONSURE, to shave th...
tonsures 13 10 TONSURE, to shave th...
tontiner 12 10 the receiver of an a...
tontines 12 10 TONTINE, a form of c...
toodling 15 13 TOODLE, to toot soft...
toolbags 17 14 TOOLBAG, a container...
toolbars 16 12 TOOLBAR, a bar with...
toolcase 16 12 a case for tools [n...
toolhead 15 12 a part of a machine...
toolings 15 12 TOOLING, ornamentati...
toolkits 16 13 TOOLKIT, a set of to...
toolless 15 10 without tools [adj]
toolpush 19 15 a worker who directs...
toolroom 14 12 a room where tools a...
toolsets 14 9 TOOLSET, a group of...
toolshed 16 12 a shed where tools a...
tooltips 17 12 TOOLTIP, a box on a...
tooshier 15 10 TOOSHIE, (Australian...
toothful 19 15 a small drink of spi...
toothier 15 10 TOOTHY, having promi...
toothily 23 13 TOOTHY, having promi...
toothing 16 13 using bluetooth via...
tootlers 14 9 TOOTLER, one who too...
tootling 15 12 TOOTLE, to go along...
tootsies 13 8 TOOTSY, (US) a sweet...
tootsing 14 11 TOOTS, (Scots) to tu...
topalgia 17 14 pain in a particular...
toparchs 21 16 TOPARCH, a ruler of...
toparchy 27 18 the territory of a t...
topazine 17 21 like topaz [adj]
topcoats 18 14 TOPCOAT, a lightweig...
topcross 19 14 a cross between a pu...
topicals 20 15 TOPICAL, a postage s...
topkicks 22 22 TOPKICK, a first ser...
topknots 16 16 TOPKNOT, an ornament...
toplined 16 14 TOPLINE, to feature...
topliner 16 13 a star [n -S]
toplines 16 13 TOPLINE, to feature...
toplofty 25 17 high and mighty, hau...
topmaker 17 18 one who makes tops [...
topmasts 17 14 TOPMAST, a mast of a...
topnotch 20 17 excellent [adj]
topology 23 16 the branch of mathem...
toponyms 22 17 TOPONYM, (Greek) a w...
toponymy 28 19 the study of toponym...
topotype 23 16 a specimen selected...
toppiest 18 14 TOPPY, of audio repr...
toppings 19 17 TOPPING, something t...
toppling 20 18 TOPPLE, to fall forw...
topsails 17 12 TOPSAIL, a ship's sa...
topscore 18 14 to be the highest sc...
topsider 16 12 one who is at the hi...
topsides 16 12 TOPSIDE, the upper p...
topsoils 17 12 TOPSOIL, to remove t...
topspins 18 15 TOPSPIN, a forward s...
topstone 14 12 the stone at the top...
topwater 18 14 floating on or near...
topworks 20 18 TOPWORK, to graft sc...
toquilla 24 20 (Spanish) a South Am...
torchere 18 13 (French) a tall orna...
torchers 19 13 TORCHER, (Shakespear...
torchier 19 13 (French) a floor lam...
torching 20 16 the act of setting a...
torchlit 21 14 lit by torches [adj]
torchons 18 14 TORCHON, (French) a...
torcular 18 13 a tourniquet [n -S]
tordions 13 10 TORDION, (French) a...
toreador 12 9 (Spanish) the old na...
toreutic 17 12 of metal, chased or...
torgochs 20 15 TORGOCH, (Welsh) a r...
tormenta 13 12 TORMENTUM, a missile...
torments 14 12 TORMENT, to harass o...
torminal 15 13 relating to tormina,...
tornades 12 10 TORNADE, a storm wit...
tornadic 16 13 relating to a tornad...
tornados 12 10 TORNADO, (Spanish) a...
tornillo 15 11 (Spanish) a flowerin...
toroidal 14 10 like a toroid, shape...
torosity 20 10 the state of being t...
torpedos 15 12 TORPEDO, to attack w...
torpidly 24 15 TORPID, numb, lethar...
torquate 21 18 with a distinctive r...
torquers 22 18 TORQUER, one who tor...
torquier 22 18 TORQUEY, providing f...
torquing 23 21 TORQUE, to cause to...
torrents 13 9 TORRENT, a rapid str...
torrider 14 9 TORRID, extremely ho...
torridly 22 12 TORRID, extremely ho...
torsades 13 9 TORSADE, an ornament...
torsions 13 9 TORSION, the act of...
tortelli 16 10 (Italian) small past...
tortilla 16 10 (Spanish) an unleave...
tortious 14 9 of the nature of a t...
tortoise 13 8 any reptile having t...
tortonis 13 9 TORTONI, (Italian) a...
tortuous 14 10 marked by turns or b...
tortured 14 10 TORTURE, to subject...
torturer 14 9 one that tortures [n...
tortures 14 9 TORTURE, to subject...
torulins 15 11 TORULIN, a vitamin i...
torulose 14 10 with small swellings...
toshachs 21 15 TOSHACH, (Irish) a C...
toshiest 16 10 TOSHY, full of twadd...
tossiest 14 8 TOSSY, tossing the h...
tossings 15 11 TOSSING, the act of...
tosspots 16 11 TOSSPOT, a toper, a...
tostadas 13 9 TOSTADA, (Spanish) a...
tostados 13 9 TOSTADO, (Spanish) a...
tostones 12 9 TOSTONE, (Spanish) a...
totaling 15 12 TOTAL, to amount to...
totalise 14 9 to make complete, al...
totalism 16 12 centralized control...
totalist 15 9 one who tends to reg...
totality 21 11 the state of being c...
totalize 17 18 to make complete, al...
totalled 15 11 TOTAL, to amount to...
toteable 15 12 capable of being tot...
totemism 16 14 a system of tribal d...
totemist 15 11 a specialist in tote...
totemite 14 11 a specialist in tote...
totients 13 9 TOTIENT, the number...
totitive 16 12 a number less than a...
tottered 13 9 TOTTER, to walk unst...
totterer 13 8 one who totters [n -...
tottiest 14 8 TOTTY, unsteady; tot...
tottings 15 11 TOTTING, the re-cycl...
tottring 15 11 (Shakespeare) hangin...
toucanet 15 13 a smaller kind of to...
touchers 19 14 TOUCHER, one who tou...
touchier 19 14 TOUCHY, quick to tak...
touchily 27 17 TOUCHY, quick to tak...
touching 20 17 moving, affecting [a...
touchpad 21 18 a keypad sensitized...
touchups 22 18 TOUCHUP, the act of...
toughens 16 14 TOUGHEN, to make tou...
toughest 17 13 TOUGH, hard, durable...
toughies 17 13 TOUGHY, a tough pers...
toughing 18 16 TOUGH, to endure [v]
toughish 20 15 somewhat tough [adj]
touladis 15 11 TOULADI, (American I...
touracos 16 12 TOURACO, an African...
tourings 15 12 TOURING, cross-count...
tourisms 16 12 TOURISM, the practic...
tourista 14 9 travellers' intestin...
tourists 15 9 TOURIST, one who tou...
touristy 21 11 like a tourist [adj]
tourneys 19 12 TOURNEY, to compete...
tournure 13 11 (French) graceful ma...
tousiest 14 9 TOUSY, shaggy, unkem...
tousings 15 12 TOUSING, the act of...
tousling 16 13 TOUSLE, to dishevel,...
toustier 14 9 TOUSTIE, (Scott) ira...
toutiest 14 9 TOUTIE, (Scots) petu...
touziest 17 18 TOUZY, shaggy, unkem...
touzling 19 22 TOUZLE, to dishevel,...
tovarich 21 17 (Russian) friend, co...
tovarish 18 14 (Russian) friend, co...
towardly 24 15 (archaic) favourable...
towaways 25 16 TOWAWAY, the act of...
towboats 18 14 TOWBOAT, a vessel co...
toweling 18 15 material used for to...
towelled 18 14 TOWEL, to wipe with...
towerier 16 11 TOWERY, very tall [a...
towering 17 14 TOWER, to rise to a...
towheads 18 14 TOWHEAD, a head of l...
towlines 17 13 TOWLINE, a line used...
towmonds 17 16 TOWMOND, (Scots) a t...
towmonts 17 15 TOWMONT, (Scots) a t...
townfolk 20 20 the people of a town...
townhall 20 16 as in townhall clock...
townhome 18 17 one of a series of c...
towniest 16 12 TOWNY, belonging to...
townland 16 15 esp. in Ireland, a d...
townless 17 13 having no towns [adj...
townlets 17 13 TOWNLET, a small tow...
townlier 17 13 TOWNLY, townish [adj...
townling 18 16 a town dweller [n -S...
township 21 17 (South African) an u...
townsite 16 12 the site of a town [...
townskip 20 19 (Dickens) a city urc...
townsman 16 16 a resident of a town...
townsmen 16 16 TOWNSMAN, a resident...
townward 19 16 in the direction of...
townwear 18 15 clothes suitable for...
towpaths 21 16 TOWPATH, a path alon...
towplane 18 16 an airplane that tow...
towropes 18 14 TOWROPE, a rope used...
towsacks 21 18 TOWSACK, a sack made...
towsiest 17 11 TOWSY, shaggy, unkem...
towziest 20 20 TOWZY, shaggy, unkem...
toxaemia 19 18 the condition of hav...
toxaemic 23 21 relating to toxaemia...
toxemias 20 18 TOXEMIA, blood poiso...
toxicant 22 19 a poisonous substanc...
toxicity 30 20 the state of being t...
toxocara 21 18 a kind of parasitic...
toyboxes 27 20 TOYBOX, a box for to...
toychest 25 15 a chest for toys [n...
toyishly 30 15 TOYISH, sportive; tr...
toylands 20 13 TOYLAND, the toy ind...
toyshops 24 15 TOYSHOP, a shop wher...
toytowns 22 14 TOYTOWN, a small mod...
toywoman 22 17 a woman who sells to...
toywomen 22 17 TOYWOMAN, a woman wh...
trabeate 14 11 built of horizontal...
traceurs 17 12 TRACEUR, (French) a...
tracheae 17 13 TRACHEA, the passage...
tracheal 19 14 relating to the trac...
tracheas 18 13 TRACHEA, the passage...
tracheid 19 14 a long tubelike but...
trachled 20 15 TRACHLE, to draggle,...
trachles 20 14 TRACHLE, to draggle,...
trachoma 19 16 an eye-disease, a ch...
trachyte 25 15 a light-coloured ign...
tracings 18 14 TRACING, something t...
trackage 18 17 the track system of...
trackbed 20 19 the foundations of a...
trackers 18 15 TRACKER, one who tra...
trackies 18 15 (colloquial) a track...
tracking 19 18 the placement of stu...
trackman 18 19 a railroad worker [n...
trackmen 18 19 TRACKMAN, a railroad...
trackpad 20 19 part of a laptop com...
trackway 27 20 a trodden path [n -S...
tractate 16 11 a formal, systematic...
tractile 18 12 capable of being dra...
tracting 18 14 TRACT, (Spenser) to...
traction 16 12 the act of drawing o...
tractive 19 15 relating to traction...
tractors 17 11 TRACTOR, a motor veh...
tractrix 24 18 a type of mathematic...
tradable 16 13 able to be traded [a...
tradeful 17 14 (Spenser) busy in tr...
tradeoff 17 15 a giving up or one t...
tradings 15 12 TRADING, the act of...
traditor 14 9 an early Christian w...
traduced 17 14 TRADUCE, to defame [...
traducer 17 13 one who traduces [n...
traduces 17 13 TRADUCE, to defame [...
traffics 22 17 TRAFFIC, to engage i...
tragical 19 14 of the nature of a t...
tragopan 15 14 a kind of Asian phea...
tragules 16 12 TRAGULE, (Greek) a s...
trahison 15 11 (French) treachery;...
traiking 16 15 TRAIK, (Scots) to ma...
trailers 15 9 TRAILER, to transpor...
trailing 16 12 TRAIL, to draw along...
trainees 12 9 TRAINEE, one who rec...
trainers 13 9 TRAINER, a soft runn...
trainful 17 14 as much as a railway...
training 14 12 systematic instructi...
trainman 13 13 a railroad employee...
trainmen 13 13 TRAINMAN, a railroad...
trainway 22 14 a railway [n -S]
traipsed 16 12 TRAIPSE, to walk wea...
traipses 16 11 TRAIPSE, to walk wea...
traitors 14 8 TRAITOR, one who bet...
trajects 19 20 TRAJECT, to transmit...
tramcars 18 14 TRAMCAR, a streetcar...
trameled 15 13 TRAMEL, (US) to hind...
tramells 17 13 TRAMELL, to hinder,...
tramless 16 12 without a tramcar [a...
tramline 15 13 a line for a tram [n...
trammels 17 15 TRAMMEL, to hinder,...
trammies 16 14 TRAMMIE, (Australian...
tramming 17 17 TRAM, to travel by t...
trampers 17 14 TRAMPER, one who tra...
trampets 17 14 TRAMPET, a small tra...
trampier 17 14 TRAMPY, having the c...
tramping 18 17 the act of tramping...
trampish 20 16 like a tramp or vaga...
trampled 18 16 TRAMPLE, to tread ro...
trampler 18 15 one who tramples [n...
tramples 18 15 TRAMPLE, to tread ro...
tramroad 14 12 a track with sunken...
tramways 24 16 TRAMWAY, a route for...
tranches 18 14 TRANCHE, (French) a...
tranchet 18 14 (French) a chisel-sh...
trancier 16 12 TRANCEY, (of music,...
trancing 17 15 TRANCE, to put into...
tranects 16 12 TRANECT, (Shakespear...
trangams 15 14 TRANGAM, a showy or...
trangles 15 12 TRANGLE, in heraldry...
tranking 15 16 TRANK, (short for) t...
trankums 16 17 TRANKUM, (Scott) a t...
trannies 12 10 TRANNY, (colloquial)...
tranquil 23 20 calm, peaceful [adj...
transact 16 12 to carry out [v -ED,...
transect 16 12 to cut across [v -ED...
transept 15 12 the part of a church...
transfer 15 12 to move from one pla...
transfix 22 19 to impale [v -ED, -I...
tranship 18 14 to transfer from one...
transire 13 9 a customs warrant [n...
transits 14 9 TRANSIT, to pass acr...
transmew 17 15 (Spenser) to transmu...
transmit 15 12 to send from one pla...
transoms 14 12 TRANSOM, a small win...
transude 13 11 to pass through a me...
transume 14 13 (obsolete) to transc...
tranters 13 9 TRANTER, one who tra...
tranting 14 12 TRANT, to traffic in...
trapball 20 16 a type of ball game...
trapdoor 15 12 a door set in a floo...
trapesed 15 12 TRAPES, to walk in a...
trapeses 15 11 TRAPES, to walk in a...
trapezed 18 21 TRAPEZE, to perform...
trapezes 18 20 TRAPEZE, to perform...
trapezia 18 20 TRAPEZIUM, any quadr...
trapezii 19 20 TRAPEZIUS, (Latin) e...
trapfall 20 16 a trapdoor that give...
traplike 18 16 like a trap [adj]
trapline 16 13 a series of traps [n...
trapnest 15 12 to determine the pro...
trappean 16 15 pertaining to trapro...
trappers 18 14 TRAPPER, one that tr...
trappier 18 14 TRAPPY, full of trap...
trapping 19 17 a covering for a hor...
trappose 17 14 pertaining to trapro...
trappous 18 15 pertaining to trapro...
traprock 20 18 any fine-grained col...
trapsing 17 14 TRAPSE, to walk in a...
trapunto 15 13 (Italian) a decorati...
trashcan 18 14 a rubbish bin [n -S]
trashers 16 10 TRASHER, one that de...
trashery 22 12 rubbish [n TRASHERIE...
trashier 16 10 TRASHY, rubbishy [ad...
trashily 24 13 TRASHY, rubbishy [ad...
trashing 17 13 TRASH, to wreck or v...
trashman 16 14 a person who removes...
trashmen 16 14 TRASHMAN, a person w...
trauchle 20 15 to draggle, also TRA...
traumata 14 12 TRAUMA, a severe emo...
travails 17 13 TRAVAIL, to toil [v]
traveled 16 14 TRAVEL, to go from o...
traveler 16 13 one who travels, als...
travelog 17 15 a film, talk etc. on...
traverse 15 12 to cross or pass thr...
travesty 22 14 to parody [v TRAVEST...
travises 16 12 TRAVIS, a stall part...
travoise 15 12 a type of sled, also...
trawlers 18 12 TRAWLER, a vessel us...
trawleys 24 14 TRAWLEY, a small tru...
trawling 19 15 the act of trawling...
trawlnet 17 13 a large net used in...
traybake 22 17 a cake, pie, confect...
traybits 23 13 TRAYBIT, (Australian...
trayfuls 24 15 TRAYFUL, as much as...
trayning 20 14 TRAYNE, (Spenser) to...
treacher 18 13 (obsolete) a traitor...
treacled 17 13 TREACLE, to smear wi...
treacles 17 12 TREACLE, to smear wi...
treaders 13 9 TREADER, one who tre...
treading 14 12 the act of treading...
treadled 14 11 TREADLE, to work by...
treadler 14 10 one who works a trea...
treadles 14 10 TREADLE, to work by...
treagues 14 11 TREAGUE, (Spenser) a...
treasons 12 9 TREASON, betrayal of...
treasure 13 9 to value highly [v T...
treasury 20 11 a place where treasu...
treaters 13 8 TREATER, one who tre...
treaties 13 8 TREATY, a formal agr...
treating 14 11 the act of treating...
treatise 13 8 a formal and systema...
trebling 18 15 the act of multiplyi...
trecento 15 12 (Italian) the 14th c...
trecking 19 18 TRECK, to go on a jo...
treddled 15 12 TREDDLE, to work by...
treddles 15 11 TREDDLE, to work by...
tredille 16 11 a card game for thre...
treelawn 16 13 the strip of lawn be...
treeless 14 9 without trees [adj]
treelike 15 13 like a tree [adj]
treeline 13 10 the line marking the...
treenail 13 10 a wooden peg used to...
treeship 18 13 existence as a tree...
treetops 15 11 TREETOP, the top of...
treeware 15 11 printed materials as...
trefoils 17 12 TREFOIL, a plant hav...
trehalas 16 11 TREHALA, a sweet sub...
treilles 16 10 TREILLE, (French) a...
trekkers 16 16 TREKKER, one who tre...
trekking 17 19 as in pony trekking,...
trematic 18 14 of the gill-slits [a...
trembled 18 16 TREMBLE, to shake in...
trembler 18 15 a West Indian bird o...
trembles 18 15 TREMBLE, to shake in...
tremblor 18 15 an earth tremor, als...
tremolos 15 12 TREMOLO, (Italian) a...
tremored 14 12 TREMOR, to quiver, s...
trenails 14 10 TRENAIL, a wooden pe...
trenched 18 15 TRENCH, to dig a lon...
trencher 18 14 a wooden platter for...
trenches 18 14 TRENCH, to dig a lon...
trendier 13 10 TRENDY, fashionable...
trendies 13 10 TRENDY, one who is t...
trendify 22 15 to make something tr...
trendily 21 13 TRENDY, fashionable...
trending 14 13 TREND, to have a ten...
trendoid 13 11 a trendy person [n -...
trenises 13 9 TRENISE, (French) th...
trentals 14 10 TRENTAL, a series of...
trepangs 16 14 TREPANG, (Malay) a s...
trephine 17 14 to cut holes in the...
trespass 16 11 to enter unlawfully...
tressels 15 9 TRESSEL, a support c...
tressier 14 8 TRESSY, abounding in...
tressing 15 11 TRESS, to form into...
tressour 14 9 a type of heraldic d...
tressure 14 9 a type of heraldic d...
trestles 15 9 TRESTLE, a framework...
trevally 24 16 a fish [n TREVALLIES...
trevises 16 12 TREVIS, a stall, als...
trewsman 17 15 a wearer of trousers...
trewsmen 17 15 TREWSMAN, a wearer o...
treybits 23 13 TREYBIT, a threepenn...
triacids 18 12 TRIACID, a type of a...
triactor 17 11 a wager whereby the...
triadics 18 12 TRIADIC, a triadic s...
triadism 16 12 the state of being a...
triadist 15 9 a composer of triads...
triaging 16 13 TRIAGE, to practise...
trialing 16 12 TRIAL, to make a jud...
trialism 17 12 the doctrine of the...
trialist 16 9 a person taking part...
triality 22 11 the body, soul and s...
trialled 16 11 TRIAL, to make a jud...
triangle 15 12 a polygon having thr...
triapsal 17 12 having three apses,...
triarchs 20 13 TRIARCH, a ruler of...
triarchy 26 15 a government by thre...
triassic 18 11 relating to the firs...
triatics 18 11 TRIATIC, a rope join...
triaxial 21 16 a sponge spicule wit...
triaxons 19 16 TRIAXON, a sponge sp...
triazine 16 18 a nitrogen compound...
triazins 17 18 TRIAZIN, a nitrogen...
triazole 17 18 any compound whose m...
tribades 16 12 TRIBADE, (French) a...
tribadic 20 15 relating to tribadis...
tribally 25 15 TRIBAL, pertaining t...
tribasic 20 14 having three replace...
tribbles 20 15 TRIBBLE, a horizonta...
triblets 18 12 TRIBLET, a tapering...
tribrach 22 16 a poetic foot of thr...
tribunal 17 14 a court of justice [...
tribunes 16 13 TRIBUNE, an ancient...
tributer 17 12 a miner who works fo...
tributes 17 12 TRIBUTE, a testimony...
trichina 19 14 a type of nematode w...
trichite 20 13 a kind of crystallit...
trichoid 20 14 hairlike [adj]
trichome 20 16 a hairlike outgrowth...
trichord 20 14 an instrument, such...
trickers 19 15 TRICKER, one who pla...
trickery 25 17 deception [n TRICKER...
trickier 19 15 TRICKIE, characteriz...
trickily 27 18 TRICKY, characterize...
tricking 20 18 the act of tricking...
trickish 22 17 given to tricks [adj...
trickled 20 17 TRICKLE, to run slow...
trickles 20 16 TRICKLE, to run slow...
tricklet 20 16 a little trickle [n...
triclads 19 13 TRICLAD, an aquatic...
tricolor 18 12 (French) a flag of t...
tricorne 16 12 a hat with the brim...
tricorns 17 12 TRICORN, a hat with...
trictrac 21 14 a form of backgammon...
tricycle 28 17 to ride a bike with...
tridacna 16 13 a giant clam [n -S]
tridarns 14 10 TRIDARN, (Welsh) a W...
tridents 14 10 TRIDENT, a spear wit...
triduums 17 14 TRIDUUM, (Latin) a p...
triellas 16 10 TRIELLA, (Australia)...
triennia 12 10 TRIENNIUM, a period...
trientes 13 9 TRIENS, (Latin) a co...
triethyl 24 13 containing three eth...
trifecta 19 14 (Spanish) a wager wh...
triffest 19 14 TRIFF, (slang) terri...
triffids 20 15 TRIFFID, a monstrous...
triffidy 26 17 in the nature of a t...
triflers 18 12 TRIFLER, one who tri...
trifling 19 15 trivial [adj TRIFLIN...
trifocal 20 15 of a lens, giving ne...
triforia 16 11 TRIFORIUM, a gallery...
triggers 17 12 TRIGGER, to set in a...
triggest 17 12 TRIG, (Scots) trim,...
trigging 18 15 TRIG, to make someth...
triglots 17 11 TRIGLOT, a book writ...
triglyph 28 18 an architectural orn...
trigness 15 11 (Scots) neatness [n...
trigonal 15 12 pertaining to or hav...
trigonic 18 14 pertaining to or hav...
trigrams 17 13 TRIGRAM, a cluster o...
trigraph 20 15 a combination of thr...
trihedra 16 11 TRIHEDRON, a solid f...
trilbied 18 13 wearing a trilby [ad...
trilbies 18 12 TRILBY, a soft felt...
trilemma 17 15 a dilemma-like posit...
triliths 19 11 TRILITH, (Greek) a s...
trillers 17 10 TRILLER, a kind of t...
trilling 18 13 one child of triplet...
trillion 16 11 a number, a million...
trillium 19 14 a three-leaved plant...
trilloes 16 10 TRILLO, (Italian) a...
trilobal 18 13 having three lobes,...
trilobed 17 13 having three lobes [...
trilobes 17 12 TRILOBE, something t...
trimaran 14 12 a sailing vessel [n...
trimeric 19 14 of a chemical compou...
trimeter 15 11 a verse of three met...
trimixes 22 18 TRIMIX, a mixture of...
trimmers 17 14 TRIMMER, one that tr...
trimmest 17 14 TRIM, neat [adj]
trimming 18 17 something added as a...
trimness 15 12 the state of being t...
trimorph 20 16 a substance existing...
trimotor 15 11 an aeroplane powered...
trimpots 18 14 TRIMPOT, a small ins...
trimtabs 18 14 TRIMTAB, a tab on an...
trindled 15 12 TRINDLE, to propel b...
trindles 15 11 TRINDLE, to propel b...
tringles 16 12 TRINGLE, a curtain-r...
trinkets 15 13 TRINKET, to have und...
trinkums 17 17 TRINKUM, a trinket,...
trinodal 14 11 having three nodes [...
triolein 14 10 a glyceride of oleic...
triolets 15 9 TRIOLET, a short poe...
trionyms 21 14 TRIONYM, a trinomial...
trioxide 20 16 an oxide containing...
trioxids 21 16 TRIOXID, an oxide co...
tripacks 21 18 TRIPACK, a type of f...
tripedal 17 13 having three feet [a...
triphase 18 13 having three phases...
triphone 17 14 a shorthand sign rep...
tripiest 17 11 TRIPY, like tripe, w...
triplane 16 13 a plane with three w...
triplets 18 12 TRIPLET, a group of...
triplied 18 13 TRIPLY, (Scots) in S...
triplies 18 12 TRIPLY, (Scots) in S...
tripling 19 15 the act of tripling...
triplite 18 12 a fluophosphate of i...
triploid 18 13 a cell having three...
tripodal 17 13 having three legs [a...
tripodic 20 15 relating to a tripod...
tripolis 18 12 TRIPOLI, an earthy s...
triposes 16 11 TRIPOS, (Greek) a fi...
trippant 18 15 tripping [adj]
trippers 19 14 TRIPPER, one who goe...
trippery 25 16 like a noisy vulgar...
trippets 19 14 TRIPPET, a trivet wh...
trippier 19 14 TRIPPY, suggesting a...
tripping 20 17 the act of one that...
trippled 20 16 TRIPPLE, to proceed...
trippler 20 15 a horse that tripple...
tripples 20 15 TRIPPLE, to proceed...
triptane 15 12 trimethyl butane, a...
triptans 16 12 TRIPTAN, a drug for...
triptote 16 11 a noun that has thre...
triptyca 26 16 a painting in three...
triptych 29 18 a painting in three...
tripudia 17 13 TRIPUDIUM, (Latin) a...
tripwire 20 14 a low-placed hidden...
triremes 15 11 TRIREME, an ancient...
triscele 18 12 a figure consisting...
trisects 18 11 TRISECT, to divide i...
trisemes 15 11 TRISEME, a type of m...
trisemic 19 14 relating to a trisem...
trishaws 20 13 TRISHAW, a three-whe...
triskele 16 13 a figure consisting...
trisomes 15 11 TRISOME, a chromosom...
trisomic 19 14 a chromosome that oc...
tristate 14 8 pertaining to an are...
tristeza 17 17 a disease of citrus...
tristful 19 13 (Shakespeare) sad, m...
tristich 21 13 a stanza of three li...
trisulas 16 10 TRISULA, (Sanskrit)...
trithing 18 13 an administrative di...
tritiate 14 8 to replace atoms by...
tritical 19 12 trite; common [adj T...
triticum 20 15 (Latin) a genus of g...
tritides 15 9 TRITIDE, a compound...
tritiums 17 12 TRITIUM, an isotope...
tritomas 15 11 TRITOMA, a flowering...
tritones 13 9 TRITONE, a musical i...
tritonia 13 9 a South African irid...
triumphs 21 17 TRIUMPH, to be victo...
triumvir 19 16 one of a ruling body...
triunity 21 12 a trinity, also TRIU...
trivalve 19 17 a type of shell with...
triviums 19 16 TRIVIUM, a group of...
trizonal 17 19 having three zones [...
trizones 16 18 TRIZONE, a country f...
troaking 15 15 TROAK, (Scots) to ba...
troating 14 11 TROAT, to bellow lik...
trochaic 22 16 of or like a trochee...
trochars 19 13 TROCHAR, a surgical...
trochees 18 13 TROCHEE, a type of m...
trochili 21 14 TROCHILUS, an Africa...
trochils 21 14 TROCHIL, an African...
trochisk 21 17 a medicinal lozenge,...
trochite 19 13 a wheel-like joint o...
trochlea 19 14 a pulley-like struct...
trochoid 19 14 a geometric curve tr...
trocking 19 18 TROCK, (Scots) to ba...
troelies 14 9 TROELY, a leaf of th...
troffers 18 14 TROFFER, a fixture f...
trogging 17 15 TROG, to walk wearil...
troilism 17 12 sexual activity betw...
troilist 16 9 one who engages in t...
troilite 15 9 a mineral, native fe...
trolands 14 11 TROLAND, a unit of m...
trollers 16 10 TROLLER, a person wh...
trolleys 22 12 TROLLEY, to travel b...
trollied 16 11 TROLLY, to travel by...
trollies 16 10 TROLLY, to travel by...
trolling 17 13 fishing by drawing b...
trollish 19 12 resembling a troll [...
trollius 17 11 the globeflower [n -...
trollops 18 13 TROLLOP, to act or d...
trollopy 24 15 slatternly [adj]
trombone 15 15 a brass wind instrum...
trominos 14 12 TROMINO, a flat, thr...
trommels 17 15 TROMMEL, (German) a...
tromping 18 17 TROMP, to apply heav...
troolies 14 9 TROOLIE, (Tupi) an A...
troopers 15 11 TROOPER, a cavalryma...
troopial 16 12 any of various Ameri...
trooping 16 14 TROOP, to move in a...
troparia 15 11 TROPARION, (Greek) i...
trophesy 24 15 a state of diseased...
trophied 18 14 TROPHY, to honour wi...
trophies 18 13 TROPHY, to honour wi...
tropical 20 15 related to the tropi...
tropines 15 12 TROPINE, a poisonous...
tropisms 18 14 TROPISM, the respons...
tropists 17 11 TROPIST, a user of t...
troponin 14 13 a protein of muscle...
trossers 14 8 (obsolete) trousers,...
trothful 20 15 faithful [adj]
trothing 17 13 TROTH, (Shakespeare)...
trotline 14 10 a strong fishing lin...
trotters 14 8 TROTTER, a foot, esp...
trotting 15 11 the sport of racing...
trottoir 14 8 (French) pavement [n...
troubled 17 14 TROUBLE, to distress...
troubler 17 13 something or someone...
troubles 17 13 TROUBLE, to distress...
trouches 19 14 TROUCH, (dialect) ru...
troughed 17 14 TROUGH, to eat greed...
trouling 16 13 TROULE, (Milton) to...
trounced 16 14 TROUNCE, to beat sev...
trouncer 16 13 one who trounces [n...
trounces 16 13 TROUNCE, to beat sev...
troupers 16 12 TROUPER, a member of...
troupial 17 13 any of various Ameri...
trouping 17 15 TROUPE, to tour with...
trousers 14 9 a garment worn on th...
trouters 14 9 TROUTER, a trout fis...
troutful 18 14 full of trout [adj]
troutier 14 9 TROUTY, containing t...
trouting 15 12 trout-fishing [n -S]
troutlet 15 10 a little trout, also...
trouvere 15 13 (French) one of a sc...
trouveur 16 14 (French) one of a sc...
troweled 17 13 TROWEL, to smooth wi...
troweler 17 12 one who trowels, als...
trowsers 17 11 (archaic) trousers,...
truanted 13 11 TRUANT, to be absent...
truantly 21 13 like a truant [adv]
truantry 20 12 an act of truanting,...
trucages 18 14 TRUCAGE, (French) th...
truchman 20 18 an interpreter [n TR...
truchmen 20 18 TRUCHMAN, an interpr...
truckage 19 18 transportation of go...
truckers 19 16 TRUCKER, a truck dri...
truckful 23 21 as much as a truck c...
truckies 19 16 TRUCKIE, a truck dri...
trucking 20 19 transportation of go...
truckled 20 18 TRUCKLE, to yield we...
truckler 20 17 one who truckles, or...
truckles 20 17 TRUCKLE, to yield we...
truckman 19 20 a truck driver, also...
truckmen 19 20 TRUCKMAN, a truck dr...
trudgens 15 13 TRUDGEN, a swimming...
trudgeon 14 13 a swimming stroke, a...
trudgers 16 12 TRUDGER, one who tru...
trudging 17 15 the act of walking w...
trueblue 17 14 a person of unwaveri...
trueborn 15 13 genuinely such by bi...
truebred 16 13 denoting a thoroughb...
truelove 16 14 a sweetheart [n -S]
trueness 13 10 the quality of being...
truffled 20 17 TRUFFLE, to hunt or...
truffles 20 16 TRUFFLE, to hunt or...
truistic 19 12 having the nature of...
trumeaux 21 20 TRUMEAU, a column su...
trumpery 24 17 worthless finery [n...
trumpets 18 15 TRUMPET, to sound on...
trumping 19 18 the act of trumping...
truncate 16 13 appearing as if cut...
trundled 15 13 TRUNDLE, to propel b...
trundler 15 12 a golf bag or shoppi...
trundles 15 12 TRUNDLE, to propel b...
trunkful 19 19 as much as a storage...
trunking 16 17 a system of sharing...
trunnels 14 12 TRUNNEL, a wooden pe...
trunnion 12 12 a pivot on which som...
truquage 23 21 (French) the faking...
truqueur 23 20 (French) one who eng...
trussers 15 9 TRUSSER, a person wh...
trussing 16 12 the framework of a s...
trusteed 14 10 TRUSTEE, to entrust...
trustees 14 9 TRUSTEE, to entrust...
trusters 15 9 TRUSTER, one who tru...
trustful 19 14 trusting [adj TRUSTF...
trustier 15 9 TRUSTY, worthy of tr...
trusties 15 9 TRUSTY, one worthy o...
trustily 23 12 TRUSTY, worthy of tr...
trusting 16 12 TRUST, to place conf...
trustors 15 9 TRUSTOR, one who tru...
truthers 17 11 TRUTHER, a person wh...
truthful 21 16 telling the truth [a...
truthier 17 11 TRUTHY, characterize...
tryingly 29 16 TRYING, demanding, a...
trypsins 23 14 TRYPSIN, an enzyme s...
trysails 22 11 TRYSAIL, a ship's sa...
trysters 21 10 TRYSTER, one who mak...
trysting 22 13 TRYST, to make an ap...
tryworks 25 17 a type of furnace [n...
tsaddiks 16 14 TSADDIK, (Hebrew) in...
tsaddiqs 23 19 TSADDIQ, (Hebrew) in...
tsantsas 13 9 TSANTSA, (Shuari) am...
tsardoms 15 12 TSARDOM, the domain...
tsarevna 14 13 (Russian) the daught...
tsarinas 13 9 TSARINA, (Russian) t...
tsarisms 16 11 TSARISM, government...
tsarists 15 8 TSARIST, a supporter...
tsaritsa 14 8 (Russian) the empres...
tsaritza 17 17 (Russian) the empres...
tsatskes 15 12 TSATSKE, (Yiddish) a...
tsessebe 15 11 (Setswana) a kind of...
tsiganes 14 11 TSIGANE, (Hungarian)...
tsitsith 18 10 (Hebrew) the tassels...
tsktsked 17 17 TSKTSK, to utter an...
tsorriss 15 8 (Yiddish) grief, woe...
tsunamic 18 16 relating to a tsunam...
tsunamis 15 13 TSUNAMI, (Japanese)...
tsurises 15 9 TSURIS, (Yiddish) gr...
tsutsumu 17 14 (Japanese) the art o...
tuataras 13 9 TUATARA, (Maori) a p...
tuateras 13 9 TUATERA, (Maori) a p...
tubaists 17 12 TUBAIST, a tuba play...
tubbable 21 19 suitable for washing...
tubbiest 19 15 TUBBY, corpulent, al...
tubbings 20 18 TUBBING, material fo...
tubefuls 20 17 TUBEFUL, as much as...
tubeless 17 13 without a tube [adj]
tubelike 18 17 like a tube [adj]
tubenose 14 13 a bird with tubular...
tubercle 20 16 a small tuber, protu...
tuberoid 16 13 a thickened or flesh...
tuberose 15 12 a Mexican amaryllid...
tuberous 16 13 having tubers; knobb...
tubewell 21 17 a water well in whic...
tubework 20 19 tubing [n -S]
tubeworm 20 18 a marine worm that b...
tubfasts 19 15 TUBFAST, (Shakespear...
tubicole 20 16 a creature inhabitin...
tubiform 20 18 shaped like a tube,...
tubulars 18 14 TUBULAR, a completel...
tubulate 17 14 to form into a tube...
tubulins 18 15 TUBULIN, a globular...
tubulose 17 14 shaped like a tube,...
tubulous 18 15 shaped like a tube,...
tubulure 18 15 a short tubular open...
tuchises 20 14 TUCHIS, (Yiddish) th...
tuchuses 20 15 TUCHUS, (Yiddish) th...
tuckahoe 19 18 the edible root of c...
tuckered 18 17 TUCKER, to tire out...
tuckings 20 19 TUCKING, a collectio...
tuckshop 23 21 a confectioner's sho...
tucotuco 20 16 a South American rod...
tucutuco 21 17 a South American rod...
tucutucu 22 18 a South American rod...
tuftiest 17 12 TUFTY, abounding in...
tuftings 18 15 TUFTING, the act of...
tugboats 17 14 TUGBOAT, a boat that...
tuggings 18 16 TUGGING, the act of...
tughriks 20 17 TUGHRIK, (Mongolian)...
tuilyied 22 13 TUILYIE [v]
tuilyies 22 12 TUILYIE [v]
tuilzied 19 20 TUILZIE [v]
tuilzies 19 19 TUILZIE [v]
tuitions 14 10 TUITION, a fee for i...
tulchans 20 16 TULCHAN, (Gaelic) a...
tulipant 17 14 (obsolete) a turban,...
tullibee 18 14 (Native American) a...
tumblers 19 16 TUMBLER, a drinking-...
tumbling 20 19 the sport of gymnast...
tumbrels 19 16 TUMBREL, a type of c...
tumbrils 20 16 TUMBRIL, a type of c...
tumefied 17 16 TUMEFY, to swell [v]
tumefies 17 15 TUMEFY, to swell [v]
tumesced 18 16 TUMESCE, to swell [v...
tumesces 18 15 TUMESCE, to swell [v...
tumidity 23 15 the state of being t...
tummlers 18 16 TUMMLER, (Yiddish) o...
tumorous 15 13 having the nature of...
tumphies 20 17 TUMPHY, a blockhead...
tumpiest 18 15 TUMPY, hummocky [adj...
tumpline 18 17 a strap for supporti...
tumshies 18 14 TUMSHIE, a turnip [n...
tumulary 23 16 of or like a tumulus...
tumulose 16 14 full of mounds, also...
tumulous 17 15 full of mounds, also...
tumulted 17 15 TUMULT, to make a gr...
tunbelly 24 17 a potbelly [n TUNBEL...
tuneable 15 14 capable of being tun...
tuneably 22 16 TUNEABLE, capable of...
tuneages 13 12 TUNEAGE, (a piece of...
tuneless 14 11 without a tune [adj...
tungsten 14 13 a metallic element [...
tungstic 19 15 of or pertaining to...
tunicate 16 13 a small marine anima...
tunicins 17 14 TUNICIN, a gelatinou...
tunicked 18 18 wearing a tunic [adj...
tunicles 18 14 TUNICLE, a short ecc...
tunnages 13 13 TUNNAGE, a tax of so...
tunneled 13 13 TUNNEL, to dig a tun...
tunneler 13 12 one who tunnels, als...
tunnings 14 14 TUNNING, the act of...
tuppence 20 19 a coin worth two pen...
tuppenny 23 19 two pennies, also TW...
tuppings 20 18 TUPPING, copulation...
turacins 17 13 TURACIN, a red or cr...
turacous 17 13 TURACOU, an African...
turbands 16 14 TURBAND, (Shakespear...
turbaned 15 14 wearing a turban, al...
turbants 16 13 TURBANT, (Milton) a...
turbeths 19 14 TURBETH, a medicinal...
turbidly 25 16 TURBID, thick or opa...
turbinal 17 14 scroll-like, also TU...
turbined 16 14 drive by a turbine [...
turbines 16 13 TURBINE, a type of e...
turbiths 20 14 TURBITH, a medicinal...
turbocar 19 15 a car powered by a g...
turbofan 17 16 a type of jet engine...
turbojet 18 21 a type of jet engine...
turbonds 16 14 TURBOND, (Shakespear...
turdions 14 11 TURDION, (French) a...
turfiest 17 12 TURFY, covered with...
turfings 18 15 TURFING, the act of...
turfites 17 12 TURFITE, a devotee o...
turfless 18 13 having no turf [adj]
turflike 19 17 like turf [adj]
turfskis 19 16 TURFSKI, a type of s...
turgency 24 17 the state of being t...
turgider 16 12 TURGID, swollen, inf...
turgidly 24 15 TURGID, swollen, inf...
turgites 16 11 TURGITE, an iron ore...
turistas 15 9 TURISTA, (Spanish) i...
turkises 16 13 TURKIS, (Milton) tur...
turlough 19 15 (Irish) a pond that...
turmeric 19 15 a spice used in Indi...
turmoils 17 13 TURMOIL, to cause a...
turnable 16 14 able to be turned [a...
turnback 20 20 a part of a garment...
turncoat 16 13 a traitor [n -S]
turncock 21 20 a valve for regulati...
turndown 16 15 a rejection [n -S]
turnduns 14 13 TURNDUN, (Native Aus...
turnhall 18 14 a building where gym...
turnings 15 13 TURNING, a rotation...
turniped 16 14 TURNIP, to plant wit...
turnkeys 21 16 TURNKEY, a person wh...
turnoffs 18 16 TURNOFF, a road that...
turnouts 14 11 TURNOUT, an assembla...
turnover 15 14 a small pie made by...
turnpike 17 17 a toll gate on a mot...
turnskin 15 15 (archaic) a werewolf...
turnsole 14 11 heliotrope; so named...
turnspit 17 13 a person who turns a...
turpeths 19 14 TURPETH, a medicinal...
turquois 23 19 a hydrous phosphate...
turreted 14 10 having a turret [adj...
turrical 19 13 like a turret [adj]
turtlers 16 10 TURTLER, one who cat...
turtling 17 13 the hunting of turtl...
tushkars 18 15 TUSHKAR, a turf-spad...
tushkers 18 15 TUSHKER, a turf-spad...
tuskiest 16 13 TUSKY, having promin...
tuskings 17 16 TUSKING, the act of...
tuskless 17 14 without tusks [adj]
tusklike 18 18 like a tusk [adj]
tussises 15 9 TUSSIS, a cough [n]
tussling 17 13 TUSSLE, to struggle...
tussocks 19 16 TUSSOCK, a clump of...
tussocky 25 18 clumpy grass [adj]
tussores 14 9 TUSSORE, (Hindi) a f...
tussucks 20 17 TUSSUCK, a clump of...
tutanias 13 10 TUTANIA, a type of B...
tutelage 15 12 the act of tutoring,...
tutelars 15 10 TUTELAR, one who has...
tutelary 21 12 one who has the powe...
tutenags 14 12 TUTENAG, (Marathi) a...
tutorage 14 11 the act of tutoring,...
tutoress 14 9 (archaic) a female t...
tutorial 15 10 relating to a tutor...
tutoring 15 12 the act of tutoring...
tutorise 14 9 to tutor, also TUTOR...
tutorism 16 12 the act of tutoring...
tutorize 17 18 to tutor, also TUTOR...
tutoyers 20 11 TUTOYER, to address...
tutrices 18 12 TUTRIX, (obsolete) a...
tutrixes 21 16 TUTRIX, (obsolete) a...
tuttings 16 12 TUTTING, the act of...
tutworks 19 16 TUTWORK, piece-work...
tuxedoed 19 18 dressed in a tuxedo...
tuxedoes 19 17 TUXEDO, a man's semi...
twaddled 18 15 TWADDLE, to talk foo...
twaddler 18 14 one who talks twaddl...
twaddles 18 14 TWADDLE, to talk foo...
twangers 17 14 TWANGER, a person pl...
twangier 17 14 TWANGY, twanging [ad...
twanging 18 17 making a twanging so...
twangled 18 16 TWANGLE, to make a s...
twangler 18 15 one who twangles [n...
twangles 18 15 TWANGLE, to make a s...
twankays 23 18 TWANKAY, (Chinese) a...
twankies 17 16 TWANKY, (Chinese) a...
twasomes 17 14 TWASOME, (Scots) a t...
twatting 18 14 TWAT, (slang) to str...
twattled 18 13 TWATTLE, to talk foo...
twattler 18 12 one who twattles [n...
twattles 18 12 TWATTLE, to talk foo...
tweakers 17 15 TWEAKER, a small scr...
tweakier 17 15 TWEAKY, twitchy [adj...
tweaking 18 18 the act of tweaking...
tweedier 16 12 TWEEDY, of a refined...
tweedily 24 15 TWEEDY, of a refined...
tweedled 17 14 TWEEDLE, to perform...
tweedler 17 13 one who tweedles [n...
tweedles 17 13 TWEEDLE, to perform...
tweeling 18 15 TWEEL, to weave with...
tweenage 15 14 having the character...
tweeners 15 12 TWEENER, a player ha...
tweeness 15 12 the state of being a...
tweenies 15 12 TWEENY, (colloquial)...
tweering 17 14 TWEER, (obsolete) to...
tweeters 16 11 TWEETER, a loudspeak...
tweeting 17 14 TWEET, to make a sou...
tweetups 19 15 TWEETUP, an online m...
tweezers 19 20 TWEEZER, a pincerlik...
tweezing 20 23 TWEEZE, to pluck wit...
twelfths 23 17 TWELFTH, a twelfth p...
twelvemo 20 19 a paper size, aka du...
twenties 16 12 TWENTY, a number [n]
twerking 19 18 the act of thrusting...
twerpier 19 14 TWERPY, like a twerp...
twibills 23 16 TWIBILL, a battle-ax...
twichild 25 18 a person in his or h...
twiddled 19 15 TWIDDLE, to play idl...
twiddler 19 14 one who twiddles [n...
twiddles 19 14 TWIDDLE, to play idl...
twiggers 20 15 TWIGGER, a wanton [n...
twiggier 20 15 TWIGGY, twiglike, fu...
twigging 21 18 TWIG, to observe, un...
twighted 21 16 TWIGHT, (Spenser) to...
twigless 20 14 without twigs [adj]
twiglets 20 14 TWIGLET, a small twi...
twiglike 21 18 like a twig [adj]
twigloos 19 14 TWIGLOO, a makeshift...
twigsome 19 16 composed of many twi...
twilight 23 16 the time between sun...
twillies 20 13 TWILLY, a willowing...
twilling 21 16 a twilled fabric [n...
twilting 20 15 TWILT, to quilt [v]
twinborn 18 16