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AA rough, cindery lava [n -S] AB an abdominal muscle [n -S] AD an {advertisement=n} [n -S] AE one [adj] AG {agriculture=n} [n -S] AH {aah=v} [v -ED,

-ING, -S] AI a three-toed sloth [n -S] AL an East Indian tree [n -S] AM <be=v> [v] AN used before words beginning with a vowel sound [indefinite_article] AR the letter R [n -S] AS to the same degree [adv] AT in the position of [prep] AW used to express protest, disgust, or disbelief [interj] AX to work on with an ax (a type of cutting tool) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] AY {aye=n} [n AYS] BA the eternal soul, in Egyptian mythology [n -S] BE to have actuality [v present sing. 1st person AM, 2d ARE or ART, 3d IS, past sing. 1st and 3d persons WAS, 2d WERE or WAST or WERT, past participle BEEN, pre sent participle BEING] BI a {bisexual=n} [n -S] BO a pal [n BOS] BY a pass in certain card games [n BYS] DE of; from -- used in names [prep] DO the first tone of the diatonic musical scale [n DOS] / to begin and carry thr ough to completion [v DID or DIDST, DONE, DOING, present sing. 2d person DO, DOE ST or DOST, 3d person DOES, DOETH or DOTH] ED {education=n} [n -S] EF the letter F [n -S] EH used to express doubt or surprise [interj] EL an elevated railroad or train [n -S] EM the letter M [n -S] EN the letter N [n -S] ER used to express hesitation [interj] ES {ess=n} [n ESES] ET <eat=v> [v] EX to cross out [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FA the fourth tone of the diatonic musical scale [n -S] FE a Hebrew letter [n -S] GO to move along [v WENT, GONE, GOING or GWINE, GOES] / a Japanese board game [n GOS] HA a sound of surprise [n -S] HE a male {person=n} [n -S] HI used as a greeting [interj] HM {hmm=interj} [interj] HO used to express surprise [interj] ID a part of the psyche [n -S] IF a {possibility=n} [n -S] IN to {harvest=v} [v INNED, INNING, INS] IS <be=v> [v] IT the 3d person sing. neuter pronoun [pron] JO a {sweetheart=n} [n JOES] KA the spiritual self of a human being in Egyptian religion [n -S] KI the vital force in Chinese thought [n KIS] LA the sixth tone of the diatonic musical scale [n -S] LI a Chinese unit of distance [n -S] LO used to attract attention or to express surprise [interj] MA mother [n -S] ME the objective case of the pronoun I [pron] MI the third tone of the diatonic musical scale [n -S]

MM used to express assent or satisfaction [interj] MO a {moment=n} [n MOS] MU a Greek letter [n -S] MY the possessive form of the pronoun I [pron] NA no; not [adv] NE born with the name of [adj] NO a negative reply [n NOS or NOES] NU a Greek letter [n -S] OD a hypothetical force of natural power [n -S] OE a whirlwind off the Faeroe islands [n -S] OF coming from [prep] OH to exclaim in surprise, pain, or desire [v -ED, -ING, -S] OI {oy=interj} [interj] OM a mantra used in contemplation of ultimate reality [n -S] ON the side of the wicket where a batsman stands in cricket [n -S] OP a style of abstract art [n -S] OR the heraldic color gold [n -S] OS an {orifice=n} [n ORA] / an {esker=n} [n OSAR] / a bone [n OSSA] OW used to express sudden pain [interj] OX a clumsy person [n -ES] / a hoofed mammal [n OXEN] OY used to express dismay or pain [interj] PA a father [n -S] PE a Hebrew letter [n -S] PI a Greek letter [n -S] / to jumble or disorder [v PIED, PIEING or PIING, PIES] QI the vital force that in Chinese thought is inherent in all things [n -S] RE the second tone of the diatonic musical scale [n -S] SH used to urge silence [interj] SI {ti=n} [n -S] SO {sol=n} [n SOS] TA an expression of gratitude [n -S] TI the seventh tone of the diatonic musical scale [n -S] TO in the direction of [prep] UH used to express hesitation [interj] UM used to indicate hesitation [interj] UN one [pron -S] UP to {raise=v} [v UPPED, UPPING, UPS] US the objective case of the pronoun we [pron] UT the musical tone C in the French solmization system now replaced by do [n -S] WE 1st person pl. pronoun in the nominative case [pron] WO {woe=n} [n WOS] XI a Greek letter [n -S] XU a monetary unit of Vietnam [n XU] YA you [pron] YE you [pron] YO used to call attention or to express affirmation [interj] ZA a {pizza=n} [n -S] AAH to exclaim in amazement, joy, or surprise [v -ED, -ING, -S] AAL an East Indian shrub [n -S] AAS <aa=n> [n] ABA a sleeveless garment worn by Arabs [n -S] ABS <ab=n> [n] ABY to pay the penalty for [v ABOUGHT, ABYING, ABYS] ACE to score a point against in a single stroke [v ACED, ACING, ACES] ACT to do something [v -ED, -ING, -S] ADD to combine or join so as to bring about an increase [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ADDA BLE [adj] ADO bustling excitement [n ADOS] ADS <ad=n> [n] ADZ to shape (wood) with an adz (a cutting tool) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] AFF off [adv]

AFT toward the stern [adv] AGA a high-ranking Turkish military officer [n -S] AGE to grow old [v AGED, AGING or AGEING, AGES] AGO in the past [adv] AGS <ag=n> [n] AHA used to express surprise, triumph, or derision [interj] AHI a marine food fish [n -S] AHS <ah=v> [v] AID to {help=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] AIL to cause pain or discomfort to [v -ED, -ING, -S] AIM to direct toward a specified object or goal [v -ED, -ING, -S] AIN {ayin=n} [n -S] AIR {early=adv} [adv AIRER, AIREST] / to expose to the air (the mixture of gases that surrounds the earth) [v -ED, -ING, -S] AIS <ai=n> [n] AIT a small island [n -S] ALA a wing or winglike part [n ALAE] ALB a long-sleeved vestment [n -S] ALE an alcoholic beverage [n -S] ALL everything that one has [n -S] ALP a high mountain [n -S] ALS <al=n> [n] ALT a high-pitched musical note [n -S] AMA {amah=n} [n -S] AMI a friend [n -S] AMP to {amplify=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] AMU a unit of mass [n -S] ANA a collection of miscellaneous information about a particular subject [n -S] AND an added condition or stipulation [n -S] ANE {one=n} [n -S] ANI a tropical American bird [n -S] ANT a small {insect=n} [n -S] ANY one, no matter which [adj] APE to {mimic=v} [v APED, APING, APES] APO a type of {protein=n} [n APOS] APP a computer program for a major task [n -S] APT {suitable=adj} [adj APTER, APTEST] ARB a type of stock trader [n -S] ARC to move in a curved course [v ARCED, ARCING, ARCS or ARCKED, ARCKING, ARCS] ARE a unit of surface measure [n -S] ARF a barking sound [n -S] ARK a large boat [n -S] ARM to supply with weapons [v -ED, -ING, -S] ARS <ar=n> [n] ART an esthetically pleasing and meaningful arrangement of elements [n -S] ASH to convert into ash (the residue of a substance that has been burned) [v -ED , -ING, -ES] ASK to put a question to [v -ED, -ING, -S] ASP a venomous snake [n -S] ASS a hoofed mammal [n -ES] ATE blind impulse or reckless ambition that drives one to ruin [n -S] ATT a monetary unit of Laos [n ATT] AUK a diving seabird [n -S] AVA at all [adv] AVE an expression of greeting or farewell [n -S] AVO a monetary unit of Macao [n AVOS] AWA {away=adv} [adv] AWE to inspire with awe (reverential fear) [v AWED, AWING or AWEING, AWES] AWL a pointed tool for making small holes [n -S] AWN a bristlelike appendage of certain grasses [n -S] : AWNED, AWNLESS, AWNY [ad

j] AXE to {ax=v} [v AXED, AXING, AXES] AYE an affirmative vote [n -S] AYS <ay=n> [n] AZO containing nitrogen [adj] BAA to {bleat=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BAD very good [adj BADDER, BADDEST] / not good in any way [adj WORSE, WORST] / s omething that is bad [n -S] BAG to put into a bag (a flexible container) [v BAGGED, BAGGING, BAGS] BAH an exclamation of disgust [interj] BAL a {balmoral=n} [n -S] BAM to strike with a dull resounding noise [v BAMMED, BAMMING, BAMS] BAN a monetary unit of Romania [n BANI] / to {prohibit=v} [v BANNED, BANNING, BA NS] BAP a small bun or roll [n -S] BAR to {exclude=v} [v BARRED, BARRING, BARS] BAS <ba=n> [n] BAT to hit a baseball [v BATTED, BATTING, BATS] BAY to {howl=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BED to provide with a bed (a piece of furniture used for sleeping) [v BEDDED, BE DDING, BEDS] BEE a winged insect [n -S] BEG to {plead=v} [v BEGGED, BEGGING, BEGS] BEL a unit of power [n -S] BEN an inner room [n -S] BES {beth=n} [n BESES] BET to {wager=v} [v BET or BETTED, BETTING, BETS] BEY a Turkish ruler [n BEYS] BIB to {tipple=v} [v BIBBED, BIBBING, BIBS] BID to make a bid (an offer of a price) [v BADE, BIDDEN, BIDDING, BIDS] BIG of considerable size [adj BIGGER, BIGGEST] / an individual or organization o f importance [n -S] BIN to store in a large receptacle [v BINNED, BINNING, BINS] BIO a {biography=n} [n BIOS] BIS {twice=adv} [adv] BIT to {restrain=v} [v BITTED, BITTING, BITS] BIZ {business=n} [n BIZZES] BOA a large snake [n -S] BOB to move up and down [v BOBBED, BOBBING, BOBS] BOD a body [n -S] BOG to {impede=v} [v BOGGED, BOGGING, BOGS] BOO to cry "boo" [v -ED, -ING, -S] BOP to hit or strike [v BOPPED, BOPPING, BOPS] BOS <bo=n> [n] BOT the larva of a botfly [n -S] BOW to bend forward [v -ED, -ING, -S] BOX to put in a box (a rectangular container) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BOY a male {child=n} [n BOYS] BRA a {brassiere=n} [n -S] BRO a {brother=n} [n BROS] BRR {brrr=interj} [interj] BUB young fellow [n -S] BUD to put forth buds (undeveloped plant parts) [v BUDDED, BUDDING, BUDS] BUG to {annoy=v} [v BUGGED, BUGGING, BUGS] BUM of little value; worthless [adj BUMMER, BUMMEST] / to live idly [v BUMMED, B UMMING, BUMS] BUN a small bread roll [n -S] BUR to {burr=v} [v BURRED, BURRING, BURS] BUS to transport by bus (a large motor vehicle) [v BUSED, BUSING, BUSES or BUSSE D, BUSSING, BUSSES]

BUT a {flatfish=n} [n -S] BUY to {purchase=v} [v BOUGHT, BUYING, BUYS] : BUYABLE [adj] BYE a side issue [n -S] BYS <by=n> [n] CAB to take or drive a taxicab [v CABBED, CABBING, CABS] CAD an ungentlemanly man [n -S] CAM a rotating or sliding piece of machinery [n -S] CAN to put in a can (a cylindrical container) [v CANNED, CANNING, CANS] / used a s an auxiliary to express ability [v CANST, COULD, COULDEST, COULDST present sin g. 2d person CAN or CANST, past sing. 2d person COULD, COULDEST, or COULDST] CAP to provide with a cap (a type of head covering) [v CAPPED, CAPPING, CAPS] CAR an automobile [n -S] CAT to hoist an anchor to the cathead [v CATTED, CATTING, CATS] CAW to utter the sound of a crow [v -ED, -ING, -S] CAY a small low island [n CAYS] CEE the letter C [n -S] CEL a sheet of celluloid used in animation [n -S] CEP {cepe=n} [n -S] CHI a Greek letter [n -S] CIG a {cigarette=n} [n -S] CIS having certain atoms on the same side of the molecule [adj] COB a {corncob=n} [n -S] COD to {fool=v} [v CODDED, CODDING, CODS] COG to cheat at dice [v COGGED, COGGING, COGS] COL a depression between two mountains [n -S] CON to study carefully [v CONNED, CONNING, CONS] COO to make the sound of a dove [v COOED, COOING, COOS] COP to {steal=v} [v COPPED, COPPING, COPS] COR an ancient unit of measure [n -S] COS a variety of lettuce [n -ES] COT a light, narrow bed [n -S] COW a farm animal [n -S or KINE] / to {intimidate=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] COX to {coxswain=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] COY {shy=adj} [adj COYER, COYEST] / to {caress=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] COZ a {cousin=n} [n COZES or COZZES] CRU a grade or class of wine [n -S] CRY to {weep=v} [v CRIED, CRYING, CRIES] : CRYINGLY [adv] CUB the young of certain animals [n -S] CUD a portion of food to be chewed again [n -S] CUE to give a signal to an actor [v CUED, CUING or CUEING, CUES] CUM together with [prep] CUP to place in a cup (a small, open container) [v CUPPED, CUPPING, CUPS] CUR a mongrel dog [n -S] CUT to divide into parts with a sharp-edged instrument [v CUT, CUTTING, CUTS] CWM a {cirque=n} [n -S] DAB to touch lightly [v DABBED, DABBING, DABS] DAD father [n -S] DAG a hanging end or shred [n -S] DAH a dash in Morse code [n -S] DAK transportation by relays of men and horses [n -S] DAL a dish of lentils and spices in India [n -S] DAM to build a barrier to obstruct the flow of water [v DAMMED, DAMMING, DAMS] DAN a level of skill in martial arts [n -S] DAP to dip lightly or quickly into water [v DAPPED, DAPPING, DAPS] DAW to {dawn=v} [v DAWED, DAWEN, DAWING, DAWS] DAY the time between sunrise and sunset [n DAYS] DEB a {debutante=n} [n -S] DEE the letter D [n -S] DEF {excellent=adj} [adj DEFFER, DEFFEST] DEL an operator in differential calculus [n -S]

DEN to live in a lair [v DENNED, DENNING, DENS] DEV {deva=n} [n -S] DEW to wet with dew (condensed moisture) [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEX a sulfate used as a central nervous system stimulant [n -ES] DEY a former North African ruler [n DEYS] DIB to fish by letting the bait bob lightly on the water [v DIBBED, DIBBING, DIB S] DID <do=v> [v] DIE to cut with a die (a device for shaping material) [v DIED, DIEING, DIES] / t o cease living [v DIED, DYING, DIES] DIF {diff=n} [n -S] DIG to break up, turn over, or remove earth [v DUG or DIGGED, DIGGING, DIGS] DIM {obscure=adj} [adj DIMMER, DIMMEST] / to make {dim=adj} [v DIMMED, DIMMING, DIMS] DIN to make a loud noise [v DINNED, DINNING, DINS] DIP to immerse briefly into a liquid [v DIPPED or DIPT, DIPPING, DIPS] DIS to insult or criticize [v DISSED, DISSING, DISSES] DIT a dot in Morse code [n -S] DOC doctor [n -S] DOE a female {deer=n} [n -S] DOG to follow after like a dog (a domesticated, carnivorous mammal) [v DOGGED, D OGGING, DOGS] DOL a unit of pain intensity [n -S] DOM a title given to certain monks [n -S] DON to put on [v DONNED, DONNING, DONS] DOR a black European beetle [n -S] DOS <do=n> [n] DOT to cover with dots (tiny round marks) [v DOTTED, DOTTING, DOTS] DOW to {prosper=v} [v DOWED or DOUGHT, DOWING, DOWS] DRY having no moisture [adj DRIER, DRIEST or DRYER, DRYEST] / a {prohibitionist= n} [n DRYS] / to make {dry=adj} [v DRIED, DRYING, DRIES] : DRYABLE [adj] DUB to confer knighthood on [v DUBBED, DUBBING, DUBS] DUD a bomb that fails to explode [n -S] DUE something that is owed [n -S] DUG the teat or udder of a female mammal [n -S] DUH used to indicate that something just stated is too obvious [interj] DUI <duo=n> [n] DUN of a dull brown color [adj DUNNER, DUNNEST] / to make demands upon for payme nt of a debt [v DUNNED, DUNNING, DUNS] DUO an instrumental duet [n DUOS or DUI] DUP to {open=v} [v DUPPED, DUPPING, DUPS] DYE to treat with a dye (a coloring matter) [v DYED, DYEING, DYES] EAR to form the fruiting head of a cereal [v -ED, -ING, -S] EAT to consume food [v ATE or ET, EATEN, EATING, EATS] EAU water [n EAUX] EBB to {recede=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ECU an old French coin [n -S] EDH an Old English letter [n -S] EDS <ed=n> [n] EEK used to express sudden fright [interj] EEL a snakelike fish [n -S] EFF {ef=n} [n -S] EFS <ef=n> [n] EFT a {newt=n} [n -S] EGG to incite or urge [v -ED, -ING, -S] EGO the conscious self [n EGOS] EKE to supplement with great effort [v EKED, EKING, EKES] ELD old age [n -S] ELF a small, often mischievous fairy [n ELVES] : ELFLIKE [adj] ELK a large {deer=n} [n -S]

ELL the letter L [n -S] ELM a deciduous tree [n -S] ELS <el=n> [n] EME an {uncle=n} [n -S] EMS <em=n> [n] EMU a large, flightless bird [n -S] END to {terminate=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ENG a phonetic symbol [n -S] ENS an {entity=n} [n ENTIA] EON an indefinitely long period of time [n -S] ERA an {epoch=n} [n -S] ERE previous to; before [prep] ERG a unit of work or energy [n -S] ERN {erne=n} [n -S] ERR to make a mistake [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ERRABLE [adj] ERS {ervil=n} [n -ES] ESS the letter S [n -ES] ETA a Greek letter [n -S] ETH {edh=n} [n -S] EVE {evening=n} [n -S] EWE a female {sheep=n} [n -S] EYE the organ of sight [n EYES, EYEN or EYNE] / to watch closely [v EYED, EYING or EYEING, EYES] : EYEABLE [adj] FAB something created or constructed [n -S] / {fabulous=adj} [adj FABBER, FABBES T] FAD a practice or interest that enjoys brief popularity [n -S] FAG to make weary by hard work [v FAGGED, FAGGING, FAGS] FAN to cool or refresh with a fan (a device for putting air into motion) [v FANN ED, FANNING, FANS] FAR at or to a great distance [adv FARTHER, FARTHEST or FURTHER, FURTHEST] FAS <fa=n> [n] FAT having an abundance of flesh [adj FATTER, FATTEST] / to make {fat=adj} [v FA TTED, FATTING, FATS] FAX to transmit and reproduce by electronic means [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FAY to join closely [v -ED, -ING, -S] FED a federal agent [n -S] FEE to pay a fee (a fixed charge) to [v FEED, FEEING, FEES] FEH {peh=n} [n -S] FEM a passive homosexual [n -S] FEN a {marsh=n} [n -S] FER {for=prep} [prep] FES <fe=n> [n] FET to {fetch=v} [v FETTED, FETTING, FETS] FEU to grant land to under Scottish feudal law [v -ED, -ING, -S] FEW amounting to or consisting of a small number [adj FEWER, FEWEST] FEY {crazy=adj} [adj FEYER, FEYEST] : FEYLY [adv] FEZ a brimless cap worn by men in the Near East [n FEZES or FEZZES] : FEZZED, FE ZZY [adj] FIB to tell a trivial lie [v FIBBED, FIBBING, FIBS] FID a square bar used as a support for a topmast [n -S] FIE used to express disapproval [interj] FIG to {adorn=v} [v FIGGED, FIGGING, FIGS] FIL a coin of Iraq and Jordan [n -S] FIN to equip with fins (external paddle-like structures) [v FINNED, FINNING, FIN S] FIR an evergreen tree [n -S] FIT {healthy=adj} [adj FITTER, FITTEST] / to bring to a required form and size [ v FITTED, FITTING, FITS] FIX to {repair=v} [v FIXED or FIXT, FIXING, FIXES] : FIXABLE [adj] FIZ a hissing or sputtering sound [n FIZZES]

FLU a virus disease [n -S] FLY {clever=adj} [adj FLIER, FLIEST] / to move through the air [v FLEW, FLOWN, F LYING, FLIES] / to hit a ball high into the air in baseball [v FLIED, FLYING, FL IES] FOB to {deceive=v} [v FOBBED, FOBBING, FOBS] FOE an {enemy=n} [n -S] FOG to cover with fog (condensed water vapor near the earth's surface) [v FOGGED , FOGGING, FOGS] FOH {faugh=interj} [interj] FON {foehn=n} [n -S] FOP to {deceive=v} [v FOPPED, FOPPING, FOPS] FOR directed or sent to [prep] FOU {drunk=adj} [adj] FOX to {outwit=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FOY a farewell feast or gift [n FOYS] FRO {away=adv} [adv] FRY to cook over direct heat in hot fat or oil [v FRIED, FRYING, FRIES] : FRYABL E [adj] FUB to {fob=v} [v FUBBED, FUBBING, FUBS] FUD an old-fashioned person [n -S] FUG to make stuffy and odorous [v FUGGED, FUGGING, FUGS] FUN providing enjoyment [adj FUNNER, FUNNEST] / to act playfully [v FUNNED, FUNN ING, FUNS] FUR to cover with fur (a dressed animal pelt) [v FURRED, FURRING, FURS] GAB to {chatter=v} [v GABBED, GABBING, GABS] GAD to roam about restlessly [v GADDED, GADDING, GADS] GAE to {go=v} [v GAED, GANE or GAEN, GAEING or GAUN, GAES] GAG to stop up the mouth [v GAGGED, GAGGING, GAGS] GAL a {girl=n} [n -S] GAM to visit socially [v GAMMED, GAMMING, GAMS] GAN <gin=v> [v] GAP to make an opening in [v GAPPED, GAPPING, GAPS] GAR to cause or compel [v GARRED, GARRING, GARS] GAS to supply with gas (a substance capable of indefinite expansion) [v GASSED, GASSING, GASES or GASSES] GAT a pistol [n -S] GAY {merry=adj} [adj GAYER, GAYEST] / a {homosexual=n} [n GAYS] GED a food fish [n -S] GEE to turn to the right [v GEED, GEEING, GEES] GEL to become like jelly [v GELLED, GELLING, GELS] : GELABLE [adj] GEM to adorn with gems (precious stones) [v GEMMED, GEMMING, GEMS] GEN information obtained from study [n -S] GET a divorce under Jewish law [n GITTIN] / to obtain or acquire [v GOT, GOTTEN, GETTING, GETS] : GETABLE, GETTABLE [adj] GEY very [adv] GHI {ghee=n} [n -S] GIB to fasten with a wedge of wood or metal [v GIBBED, GIBBING, GIBS] GID a disease of sheep [n -S] GIE to {give=v} [v GIED, GIEN, GIEING, GIES] GIG to catch fish with a pronged spear [v GIGGED, GIGGING, GIGS] GIN to {begin=v} [v GAN, GUNNEN, GINNING, GINS] / to remove seeds from cotton [v GINNED, GINNING, GINS] GIP to {gyp=v} [v GIPPED, GIPPING, GIPS] GIT to {get=v} [v GITTED, GITTING, GITS] GNU a large {antelope=n} [n -S] GOA an Asian gazelle [n -S] GOB to fill a mine pit with waste material [v GOBBED, GOBBING, GOBS] GOD to treat as a god (a supernatural being) [v GODDED, GODDING, GODS] GOO a sticky or viscid substance [n GOOS] GOR used as a mild oath [interj]

GOS <go=n> [n] GOT <get=v> [v] GOX gaseous oxygen [n -ES] GUL a design in oriental carpets [n -S] GUM to smear, seal, or clog with gum (a sticky, viscid substance) [v GUMMED, GUM MING, GUMS] GUN to shoot with a gun (a portable firearm) [v GUNNED, GUNNING, GUNS] GUT to remove the guts (intestines) of [v GUTTED, GUTTING, GUTS] GUV a {governor=n} [n -S] GUY to {ridicule=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GYM a room for athletic activities [n -S] GYP to {swindle=v} [v GYPPED, GYPPING, GYPS] HAD <have=v> [v] HAE to {have=v} [v HAED, HAEN, HAEING, HAES] HAG to {hack=v} [v HAGGED, HAGGING, HAGS] HAH {ha=n} [n -S] HAJ {hadj=n} [n -ES] HAM to {overact=v} [v HAMMED, HAMMING, HAMS] HAO a monetary unit of Vietnam [n HAO] HAP to {happen=v} [v HAPPED, HAPPING, HAPS] HAS <have=v> [v] HAT to provide with a hat (a covering for the head) [v HATTED, HATTING, HATS] HAW to turn left [v -ED, -ING, -S] HAY to convert into hay (grass, cut and dried for fodder) [v -ED, -ING, -S] HEH a Hebrew letter [n -S] HEM to provide with an edge [v HEMMED, HEMMING, HEMS] HEN a female chicken [n -S] HEP {hip=adj} [adj HEPPER, HEPPEST] HER the objective or possessive case of the pronoun she [pron] HES <he=n> [n] HET {heth=n} [n -S] HEW to cut with an ax [v HEWED, HEWN, HEWING, HEWS] : HEWABLE [adj] HEX to cast an evil spell upon [v -ED, -ING, -ES] HEY used to attract attention [interj] HIC used to represent a hiccup [interj] HID <hide=v> [v] HIE to {hurry=v} [v HIED, HIEING or HYING, HIES] HIM a {male=n} [n -S] HIN a Hebrew unit of liquid measure [n -S] HIP aware of the most current styles and trends [adj HIPPER, HIPPEST] / to build a type of roof [v HIPPED, HIPPING, HIPS] HIS the possessive form of the pronoun he [pron] HIT to strike forcibly [v HIT, HITTING, HITS] HMM used to express thoughtful consideration [interj] HOB to furnish with hobnails [v HOBBED, HOBBING, HOBS] HOD a portable trough [n -S] HOE to use a hoe (a gardening tool) [v HOED, HOEING, HOES] HOG to take more than one's share [v HOGGED, HOGGING, HOGS] HON a {honeybun=n} [n -S] HOP to move by jumping on one foot [v HOPPED, HOPPING, HOPS] HOT having a high temperature [adj HOTTER, HOTTEST] / to {heat=v} [v HOTTED, HOT TING, HOTS] HOW a method of doing something [n -S] HOY a heavy barge or scow [n HOYS] HUB the center of a wheel [n -S] HUE color [n -S] : HUED, HUELESS [adj] HUG to clasp tightly in the arms [v HUGGED, HUGGING, HUGS] HUH used to express surprise [interj] HUM to sing without opening the lips or saying words [v HUMMED, HUMMING, HUMS] HUN a barbarous, destructive person [n -S]

HUP used to mark a marching cadence [interj] HUT to live in a hut (a simple shelter) [v HUTTED, HUTTING, HUTS] HYP {hypochondria=n} [n -S] ICE to cover with ice (frozen water) [v ICED, ICING, ICES] ICH a disease of certain fishes [n ICHS] ICK used to express disgust [interj] ICY covered with ice [adj ICIER, ICIEST] IDS <id=n> [n] IFF if and only if [conj] IFS <if=n> [n] IGG to {ignore=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ILK a class or kind [n -S] ILL an {evil=n} [n -S] / not well [adj ILLER, ILLEST] IMP to graft feathers onto a bird's wing [v -ED, -ING, -S] INK to mark with ink (a colored fluid used for writing) [v -ED, -ING, -S] INN to put up at an inn (a public lodging house) [v -ED, -ING, -S] INS <in=v> [v] ION an electrically charged atom [n -S] IRE to {anger=v} [v IRED, IRING, IRES] IRK to annoy or weary [v -ED, -ING, -S] ISM a distinctive theory or doctrine [n -S] ITS the possessive form of the pronoun it [pron] IVY a climbing vine [n IVIES] : IVYLIKE [adj] JAB to poke sharply [v JABBED, JABBING, JABS] JAG to cut unevenly [v JAGGED, JAGGING, JAGS] JAM to force together tightly [v JAMMED, JAMMING, JAMS] : JAMMABLE [adj] JAR to cause to shake [v JARRED, JARRING, JARS] JAW to {jabber=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] JAY a corvine bird [n JAYS] JEE to {gee=v} [v JEED, JEEING, JEES] JET to spurt forth in a stream [v JETTED, JETTING, JETS] JEU a game [n JEUX] JIB to refuse to proceed further [v JIBBED, JIBBING, JIBS] JIG to {bob=v} [v JIGGED, JIGGING, JIGS] JIN {jinn=n} [n -S] JOB to work by the piece [v JOBBED, JOBBING, JOBS] JOE a fellow [n -S] JOG to run at a slow, steady pace [v JOGGED, JOGGING, JOGS] JOT to write down quickly [v JOTTED, JOTTING, JOTS] JOW to ring or toll (a bell) [v -ED, -ING, -S] JOY to {rejoice=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] JUG to put into a jug (a large, deep container with a narrow mouth and a handle) [v JUGGED, JUGGING, JUGS] JUN a coin of North Korea [n JUN] JUS a legal right [n JURA] JUT to {protrude=v} [v JUTTED, JUTTING, JUTS] KAB an ancient Hebrew unit of measure [n -S] KAE a bird resembling a crow [n -S] KAF {kaph=n} [n -S] KAS a large {cupboard=n} [n KAS] KAT an evergreen shrub [n -S] KAY the letter K [n KAYS] KEA a parrot [n -S] KEF hemp smoked to produce euphoria [n -S] KEG to store in a keg (a small barrel) [v KEGGED, KEGGING, KEGS] KEN to {know=v} [v KENNED, KENT, KENNING, KENS] KEP to {catch=v} [v KEPPED, KEPPEN or KIPPEN, KEPPING, KEPS] KEX a dry, hollow stalk [n -ES] KEY to provide with a key (a device used to turn the bolt in a lock) [v -ED, -IN G, -S]

KHI {chi=n} [n -S] KID to {tease=v} [v KIDDED, KIDDING, KIDS] KIF {kef=n} [n -S] KIN a group of persons of common ancestry [n -S] KIP to {sleep=v} [v KIPPED, KIPPING, KIPS] KIR an alcoholic beverage [n -S] KIS <ki=n> [n] KIT to {equip=v} [v KITTED, KITTING, KITS] KOA a timber tree [n -S] KOB a reddish brown antelope [n -S] KOI a large and colorful fish [n -S] KOP a hill [n -S] KOR a Hebrew unit of measure [n -S] KOS a land measure in India [n KOS] KUE the letter Q [n -S] KYE a private Korean-American banking club [n -S] LAB a {laboratory=n} [n -S] LAC a resinous substance secreted by certain insects [n -S] LAD a boy or youth [n -S] : LADDISH [adj] LAG to stay or fall behind [v LAGGED, LAGGING, LAGS] LAM to flee hastily [v LAMMED, LAMMING, LAMS] LAP to fold over or around something [v LAPPED, LAPPING, LAPS] LAR a tutelary god or spirit of an ancient Roman household [n -ES or -S] LAS <la=n> [n] LAT a muscle of the back [n -S] LAV a {lavatory=n} [n -S] LAW to take a complaint to court for settlement [v -ED, -ING, -S] LAX not strict or stringent [adj LAXER, LAXEST] / a vowel articulated with relat ively relaxed muscles [n -ES] LAY to deposit as a wager [v LAID or LAYED, LAYING, LAYS] LEA a {meadow=n} [n -S] LED <lead=v> [v] LEE shelter from the wind [n -S] LEG to move with the legs (appendages that serve as a means of support and locom otion) [v LEGGED, LEGGING, LEGS] LEI a wreath of flowers [n -S] LEK a monetary unit of Albania [n LEKS or LEKE or LEKU] / to assemble for compet itive displays during the mating season [v LEKKED, LEKKING, LEKS] LET to {hinder=v} [v LETTED, LETTING, LETS] LEU a monetary unit of Romania [n LEI] LEV a monetary unit of Bulgaria [n LEVA] LEX law [n LEGES] LEY {lea=n} [n LEYS] LIB {liberation=n} [n -S] LID to provide with a lid (a movable cover) [v LIDDED, LIDDING, LIDS] LIE to be in or get into a horizontal position [v LAY, LAIN, LYING, LIES] / to s peak falsely [v LIED, LYING, LIES] LIN {linn=n} [n -S] LIP to touch with the lips (the folds of flesh around the mouth) [v LIPPED, LIPP ING, LIPS] LIS <li=n> [n] LIT the {litas=n} [n -S] LOB to throw or hit in a high arc [v LOBBED, LOBBING, LOBS] LOG to cut down trees for timber [v LOGGED, LOGGING, LOGS] LOO to subject to a forfeit at loo (a card game) [v -ED, -ING, -S] LOP to cut off branches or twigs from [v LOPPED, LOPPING, LOPS] LOT to distribute proportionately [v LOTTED, LOTTING, LOTS] LOW having relatively little upward extension [adj LOWER, LOWEST] / to utter the sound characteristic of cattle [v -ED, -ING, -S] LOX to supply with lox (liquid oxygen) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

LUG to carry or pull with effort [v LUGGED, LUGGING, LUGS] LUM a {chimney=n} [n -S] LUV a {sweetheart=n} [n -S] LUX a unit of illumination [n LUXES or LUCES] LYE a solution used in making soap [n -S] MAC a {raincoat=n} [n -S] MAD {insane=adj} [adj MADDER, MADDEST] / to {madden=v} [v MADDED, MADDING, MADS] MAE {more=n} [n -S] MAG a {magazine=n} [n -S] MAN an adult human male [n MEN] / to supply with men [v MANNED, MANNING, MANS] MAP to delineate on a map (a representation of a region) [v MAPPED, MAPPING, MAP S] MAR to detract from the perfection or wholeness of [v MARRED, MARRING, MARS] MAS <ma=n> [n] MAT to pack down so as to form a dense mass [v MATTED, MATTING, MATS] MAW to {mow=v} [v MAWED, MAWN, MAWING, MAWS] MAX to reach the upper limit [v -ED, -ING, -ES] MAY to gather flowers in the spring [v -ED, -ING, -S] / used as an auxiliary to express permission [v present 2d person sing. MAY, MAYEST, or MAYST, past tense MIGHT] MED {medication=n} [n -S] MEG a {megabyte=n} [n -S] MEL honey [n -S] MEM a Hebrew letter [n -S] MEN <mon=n> [n] MET <meet=v> [v] MEW to {confine=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MHO a unit of electrical conductance [n MHOS] MIB a type of playing marble [n -S] MIC a {microphone=n} [n -S] MID the middle [n -S] MIG a type of playing marble [n -S] MIL a unit of length [n -S] MIM primly demure [adj] MIR a Russian peasant commune [n MIRS or MIRI] MIS <mi=n> [n] MIX to put together into one mass [v MIXED or MIXT, MIXING, MIXES] : MIXABLE, MI XIBLE [adj], MIXEDLY [adv] MOA an extinct flightless bird [n -S] MOB to crowd about [v MOBBED, MOBBING, MOBS] MOC a {moccasin=n} [n -S] MOD one who wears boldly stylish clothes [n -S] MOG to move away [v MOGGED, MOGGING, MOGS] MOL {mole=n} [n -S] MOM mother [n -S] MON {man=n} [n MEN] MOO to make the deep, moaning sound of a cow [v -ED, -ING, -S] MOP to wipe with a mop (an implement for cleaning floors) [v MOPPED, MOPPING, MO PS] MOR a forest humus [n -S] MOS <mo=n> [n] MOT a witty saying [n -S] MOW to cut down standing herbage [v MOWED, MOWN, MOWING, MOWS] MUD to cover with mud (soft, wet earth) [v MUDDED, MUDDING, MUDS] MUG to assault with intent to rob [v MUGGED, MUGGING, MUGS] MUM to act in a disguise [v MUMMED, MUMMING, MUMS] MUN man; fellow [n -S] MUS <mu=n> [n] MUT {mutt=n} [n -S] MYC a gene that transforms a normal cell into a cancerous cell [n -S]

NAB to capture or arrest [v NABBED, NABBING, NABS] NAE no; not [adv] NAG to find fault incessantly [v NAGGED, NAGGING, NAGS] NAH no [adv] NAM <nim=v> [v] NAN a round flat bread [n -S] NAP to sleep briefly [v NAPPED, NAPPING, NAPS] NAW no [adv] NAY a negative vote [n NAYS] NEB the beak of a bird [n -S] NEE born with the name of [adj] NEG a photographic negative [n -S] NET to catch in a net (a type of openwork fabric) [v NETTED, NETTING, NETS] NEW existing only a short time [adj NEWER, NEWEST] / something that is new [n -S ] NIB to provide with a penpoint [v NIBBED, NIBBING, NIBS] NIL {nothing=n} [n -S] NIM to {steal=v} [v NAM or NIMMED, NIMMING, NIMS] NIP to {pinch=v} [v NIPPED, NIPPING, NIPS] NIT the egg of a parasitic insect [n -S] NIX a water sprite [n NIXES or NIXE] / to {veto=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] NOB a wealthy person [n -S] NOD to briefly lower the head forward [v NODDED, NODDING, NODS] NOG to fill in a space in a wall with bricks [v NOGGED, NOGGING, NOGS] NOH the classical drama of Japan [n NOH] NOM a name [n -S] NOO now [adv] NOR and not [conj] NOS <no=n> [n] NOT in no way [adv] NOW the present time [n -S] NTH pertaining to an indefinitely large ordinal number [adj] NUB a protuberance or knob [n -S] NUN a woman belonging to a religious order [n -S] NUS <nu=n> [n] NUT to gather nuts (hard-shelled dry fruits) [v NUTTED, NUTTING, NUTS] OAF a clumsy, stupid person [n OAFS or OAVES] : OAFISH [adj], OAFISHLY [adv] OAK a hardwood tree or shrub [n -S] : OAKEN, OAKLIKE [adj] OAR to propel with oars (long, broad-bladed poles) [v -ED, -ING, -S] OAT a cereal grass [n -S] OBA a hereditary chief in Benin and Nigeria [n -S] OBE {obeah=n} [n -S] OBI {obeah=n} [n -S] OCA a South American herb [n -S] ODA a room in a harem [n -S] ODD {unusual=adj} [adj ODDER, ODDEST] / one that is odd [n -S] ODE a lyric poem [n -S] ODS <od=n> [n] OES <oe=n> [n] OFF to go away [v -ED, -ING, -S] OFT {often=adv} [adv OFTER, OFTEST] OHM a unit of electrical resistance [n -S] : OHMIC [adj] OHO used to express surprise or exultation [interj] OHS <oh=v> [v] OIL to supply with oil (a greasy liquid used for lubrication, fuel, or illuminat ion) [v -ED, -ING, -S] OKA a Turkish unit of weight [n -S] OKE {oka=n} [n -S] OLD living or existing for a relatively long time [adj OLDER, OLDEST or ELDER, E LDEST] / an individual of a specified age [n -S]

OLE a shout of approval [n -S] OMS <om=n> [n] ONE a number [n -S] ONO a large {mackerel=n} [n ONOS] ONS <on=n> [n] OOH to exclaim in amazement, joy, or surprise [v -ED, -ING, -S] OOT out [n -S] OPE to {open=v} [v OPED, OPING, OPES] OPS <op=n> [n] OPT to {choose=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ORA <os=n> [n] ORB to form into a circle or sphere [v -ED, -ING, -S] ORC a marine mammal [n -S] ORE a mineral or rock containing a valuable metal [n -S] ORS <or=n> [n] ORT a scrap of food [n -S] OSE an {esker=n} [n -S] OUD a stringed instrument of northern Africa [n -S] OUR a possessive form of the pronoun we [pron] OUT to be revealed [v -ED, -ING, -S] OVA <ovum=n> [n] OWE to be under obligation to pay or repay [v OWED, OWING, OWES] OWL a nocturnal bird [n -S] OWN to have as a belonging [v -ED, -ING, -S] : OWNABLE [adj] OXO containing oxygen [adj] OXY containing oxygen [adj] PAC a shoe patterned after a moccasin [n -S] PAD to line or stuff with soft material [v PADDED, PADDING, PADS] PAH used as an exclamation of disgust [interj] PAL to associate as friends [v PALLED, PALLING, PALS] PAM the jack of clubs in certain card games [n -S] PAN to criticize harshly [v PANNED, PANNING, PANS] PAP a soft food for infants [n -S] PAR to shoot in a standard number of strokes in golf [v PARRED, PARRING, PARS] PAS a dance step [n PAS] PAT to touch lightly [v PATTED, PATTING, PATS] PAW to strike or scrape with a beating motion [v -ED, -ING, -S] PAX a ceremonial embrace given to signify Christian love and unity [n -ES] PAY to give money or something of value in exchange for goods or services [v PAI D or PAYED, PAYING, PAYS] PEA the edible seed of an annual herb [n -S] PEC a chest muscle [n -S] PED a natural soil aggregate [n -S] PEE the letter P [n -S] PEG to fasten with a peg (a wooden pin) [v PEGGED, PEGGING, PEGS] PEH {pe=n} [n -S] PEN to write with a pen (an instrument for writing with fluid ink) [v PENNED, PE NNING, PENS] PEP to fill with energy [v PEPPED, PEPPING, PEPS] PER for each [prep] PES a foot or footlike part [n PEDES] PET to caress with the hand [v PETTED, PETTING, PETS] PEW a bench for seating people in church [n -S] PHI a Greek letter [n -S] PHT used as an expression of mild anger or annoyance [interj] PIA a membrane of the brain [n -S] PIC a photograph [n -S] PIE to {pi=v} [v PIED, PIEING, PIES] PIG to bear pigs (cloven-hoofed mammals) [v PIGGED, PIGGING, PIGS] PIN to fasten with a pin (a slender, pointed piece of metal) [v PINNED, PINNING,

PINS] PIP to break through the shell of an egg [v PIPPED, PIPPING, PIPS] PIS <pi=n> [n] PIT to mark with cavities or depressions [v PITTED, PITTING, PITS] PIU more -- used as a musical direction [adv] PIX {pyx=n} [n -ES] PLY to supply with or offer repeatedly [v PLIED, PLYING, PLIES] : PLYINGLY [adv] POD to produce seed vessels [v PODDED, PODDING, PODS] POH used to express disgust [interj] POI a Hawaiian food [n -S] POL a {politician=n} [n -S] POP to make a sharp, explosive sound [v POPPED, POPPING, POPS] POT to put in a pot (a round, fairly deep container) [v POTTED, POTTING, POTS] POW an explosive sound [n -S] POX to infect with syphilis [v -ED, -ING, -ES] PRO an argument or vote in favor of something [n PROS] PRY to inquire impertinently into private matters [v PRIED, PRYING, PRIES] : PRY INGLY [adv] PSI a Greek letter [n -S] PST {psst=interj} [interj] PUB a {tavern=n} [n -S] PUD {pudding=n} [n -S] PUG to fill in with clay or mortar [v PUGGED, PUGGING, PUGS] PUL a coin of Afghanistan [n PULS or PULI] PUN to make a pun (a play on words) [v PUNNED, PUNNING, PUNS] PUP to give birth to puppies [v PUPPED, PUPPING, PUPS] PUR to {purr=v} [v PURRED, PURRING, PURS] PUS a viscous fluid formed in infected tissue [n -ES] PUT to place in a particular position [v PUT, PUTTING, PUTS] PYA a copper coin of Burma [n -S] PYE a book of ecclesiastical rules in the pre-Reformation English church [n -S] PYX a container in which the eucharistic bread is kept [n -ES] QAT {kat=n} [n -S] QIS <qi=n> [n] QUA in the capacity of [adv] RAD to {fear=v} [v RADDED, RADDING, RADS] RAG to {scold=v} [v RAGGED, RAGGING, RAGS] RAH used to cheer on a team or player [interj] RAI a style of popular Algerian music [n -S] RAJ dominion; sovereignty [n -ES] RAM to strike with great force [v RAMMED, RAMMING, RAMS] RAN <run=v> [v] RAP to strike sharply [v RAPPED, RAPPING, RAPS] RAS an Ethiopian prince [n -ES] RAT to hunt rats (long-tailed rodents) [v RATTED, RATTING, RATS] RAW {uncooked=adj} [adj RAWER, RAWEST] / a sore or irritated spot [n -S] RAX to stretch out [v -ED, -ING, -ES] RAY to emit rays (narrow beams of light) [v -ED, -ING, -S] REB a Confederate soldier [n -S] REC {recreation=n} [n -S] RED of the color of blood [adj REDDER, REDDEST] / to {redd=v} [v REDDED, REDDING , REDS] REE the female Eurasian sandpiper [n -S] REF to {referee=v} [v REFFED, REFFING, REFS] REG a {regulation=n} [n -S] REI an erroneous English form for a former Portuguese coin [n -S] REM a quantity of ionizing radiation [n -S] REP to {represent=v} [v REPPED, REPPING, REPS] RES a particular thing or matter [n RES] RET to soak in order to loosen the fiber from the woody tissue [v RETTED, RETTIN

G, RETS] REV to increase the speed of [v REVVED, REVVING, REVS] REX an animal with a single wavy layer of hair [n -ES] / king [n REGES] RHO a Greek letter [n RHOS] RIA a long, narrow inlet [n -S] RIB to poke fun at [v RIBBED, RIBBING, RIBS] RID to free from something objectionable [v RID or RIDDED, RIDDING, RIDS] RIF to dismiss from employment [v RIFFED, RIFFING, RIFS] RIG to put in proper condition for use [v RIGGED, RIGGING, RIGS] RIM to provide with a rim (an outer edge) [v RIMMED, RIMMING, RIMS] RIN to run or melt [v RAN, RINNING, RINS] RIP to tear or cut apart roughly [v RIPPED, RIPPING, RIPS] ROB to take property from illegally [v ROBBED, ROBBING, ROBS] ROC a legendary bird of prey [n -S] ROD to provide with a rod (a straight, slender piece of wood, metal, or other ma terial) [v RODDED, RODDING, RODS] ROE the mass of eggs within a female fish [n -S] ROM a Gypsy man or boy [n -S] ROT to {decompose=v} [v ROTTED, ROTTING, ROTS] ROW to propel by means of oars [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ROWABLE [adj] RUB to move along the surface of a body with pressure [v RUBBED, RUBBING, RUBS] RUE to feel sorrow or remorse for [v RUED, RUING, RUES] RUG to tear roughly [v RUGGED, RUGGING, RUGS] RUM {odd=adj} [adj RUMMER, RUMMEST] / an alcoholic liquor [n -S] RUN to move by rapid steps [v RAN, RUNNING, RUNS] RUT to make ruts (grooves) in [v RUTTED, RUTTING, RUTS] RYA a Scandinavian handwoven rug [n -S] RYE a cereal grass [n -S] SAB to {sob=v} [v SABBED, SABBING, SABS] SAC a pouchlike structure in an animal or plant [n -S] SAD {unhappy=adj} [adj SADDER, SADDEST] SAE so [adv] SAG to bend or sink downward from weight or pressure [v SAGGED, SAGGING, SAGS] SAL salt [n -S] SAP to deplete or weaken gradually [v SAPPED, SAPPING, SAPS] SAT <sit=v> [v] SAU {xu=n} [n SAU] SAW to cut or divide with a saw (a type of cutting tool) [v SAWED, SAWN, SAWING, SAWS] SAX a {saxophone=n} [n -ES] SAY to {utter=v} [v SAID, SAYING, present sing. 2d person SAY, SAYEST, or SAYST, 3d person SAYS or SAITH] : SAYABLE [adj] SEA the {ocean=n} [n -S] SEC {secant=n} [n -S] SEE to perceive with the eyes [v SAW, SEEN, SEEING, SEES] : SEEABLE [adj] SEG one who advocates racial segregation [n -S] SEI a {rorqual=n} [n -S] SEL {self=n} [n -S] SEN a monetary unit of Japan [n SEN] SER a unit of weight of India [n -S] SET to put in a particular position [v SET, SETTING, SETS] SEW to mend or fasten with a needle and thread [v SEWED, SEWN, SEWING, SEWS] : S EWABLE [adj] SEX to determine the sex (the property by which organisms are classified accordi ng to reproductive functions) of [v -ED, -ING, -ES] SHA used to urge silence [interj] SHE a female {person=n} [n -S] SHH {sh=interj} [interj] SHY {timid=adj} [adj SHIER, SHIEST or SHYER, SHYEST] / to move suddenly back or aside, as in fear [v SHIED, SHYING, SHIES]

SIB a {sibling=n} [n -S] SIC to urge to attack [v SICCED, SICCING, SICS] SIM {simulation=n} [n -S] SIN to commit a sin (an offense against religious or moral law) [v SINNED, SINNI NG, SINS] SIP to drink in small quantities [v SIPPED, SIPPING, SIPS] SIR a respectful form of address used to a man [n -S] SIS sister [n SISES or SISSES] SIT to rest on the buttocks [v SAT, SAT or SITTEN, SITTING, SITS] SIX a number [n -ES] SKA a popular music of Jamaica [n -S] SKI to travel on skis (long, narrow strips of wood or metal) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SKY to hit or throw toward the sky (the upper atmosphere) [v SKIED or SKYED, SKY ING, SKIES] SLY {crafty=adj} [adj SLIER, SLIEST or SLYER, SLYEST] : SLYLY [adv] SOB to cry with a convulsive catching of the breath [v SOBBED, SOBBING, SOBS] SOD to cover with sod (turf) [v SODDED, SODDING, SODS] SOL the fifth tone of the diatonic musical scale [n -S] SOM a monetary unit of Kyrgyzstan [n SOMS] SON a male {child=n} [n -S] SOP to dip or soak in a liquid [v SOPPED, SOPPING, SOPS] SOS <so=n> [n] SOT an habitual drunkard [n -S] SOU a former French coin [n -S] SOW to scatter over land for growth, as seed [v SOWED, SOWN, SOWING, SOWS] : SOW ABLE [adj] SOX <sock=n> [n] SOY the {soybean=n} [n SOYS] SPA a mineral spring [n -S] SPY to watch secretly [v SPIED, SPYING, SPIES] SRI mister; sir -- used as a Hindu title of respect [n -S] STY to keep in a pigpen [v STIED or STYED, STYING, STIES] SUB to act as a substitute [v SUBBED, SUBBING, SUBS] SUE to institute legal proceedings against [v SUED, SUING, SUES] SUK {souk=n} [n -S] SUM to add into one total [v SUMMED, SUMMING, SUMS] SUN to expose to the sun (the star around which the earth revolves) [v SUNNED, S UNNING, SUNS] SUP to eat supper [v SUPPED, SUPPING, SUPS] SUQ {souk=n} [n -S] SYN {syne=adv} [adv] TAB to name or designate [v TABBED, TABBING, TABS] TAD a small {boy=n} [n -S] TAE {to=prep} [prep] TAG to provide with a tag (an identifying marker) [v TAGGED, TAGGING, TAGS] TAJ a tall, conical cap worn in Muslim countries [n -ES] TAM a tight-fitting Scottish cap [n -S] TAN brown from the sun's rays [adj TANNER, TANNEST] / to convert hide into leath er by soaking in chemicals [v TANNED, TANNING, TANS] TAO the path of virtuous conduct according to a Chinese philosophy [n -S] TAP to strike gently [v TAPPED, TAPPING, TAPS] TAR to cover with tar (a black viscous liquid) [v TARRED, TARRING, TARS] TAS <ta=n> [n] TAT to make tatting [v TATTED, TATTING, TATS] TAU a Greek letter [n -S] TAV a Hebrew letter [n -S] TAW to convert into white leather by the application of minerals [v -ED, -ING, S] TAX to place a tax (a charge imposed by authority for public purposes) on [v -ED , -ING, -ES]

TEA a beverage made by infusing dried leaves in boiling water [n -S] TED to spread for drying [v TEDDED, TEDDING, TEDS] TEE to place a golf ball on a small peg [v TEED, TEEING, TEES] TEG a yearling sheep [n -S] TEL an ancient mound in the Middle East [n -S] TEN a number [n -S] TET {teth=n} [n -S] TEW to work hard [v -ED, -ING, -S] THE used to specify or make particular [definite_article] THO {though=conj} [conj] THY a possessive form of the pronoun thou [pron] TIC to have an involuntary muscle contraction [v TICCED, TICCING, TICS] TIE to fasten with a cord or rope [v TIED, TYING or TIEING, TIES] TIL the sesame plant [n -S] TIN to coat with tin (a metallic element) [v TINNED, TINNING, TINS] TIP to {tilt=v} [v TIPPED, TIPPING, TIPS] TIS <ti=n> [n] TIT a small bird [n -S] TOD a British unit of weight [n -S] TOE to touch with the toe (one of the terminal members of the foot) [v TOED, TOE ING, TOES] TOG to {clothe=v} [v TOGGED, TOGGING, TOGS] TOM the male of various animals [n -S] TON a unit of weight [n -S] TOO in addition [adv] TOP to cut off the top (the highest part, point, or surface) of [v TOPPED, TOPPI NG, TOPS] TOR a high, craggy hill [n -S] TOT to {total=v} [v TOTTED, TOTTING, TOTS] TOW to pull by means of a rope or chain [v -ED, -ING, -S] : TOWABLE [adj] TOY to amuse oneself as if with a toy (a child's plaything) [v -ED, -ING, -S] TRY to {attempt=v} [v TRIED, TRYING, TRIES] TSK to utter an exclamation of annoyance [v -ED, -ING, -S] TUB to wash in a tub (a round, open vessel) [v TUBBED, TUBBING, TUBS] TUG to pull with force [v TUGGED, TUGGING, TUGS] TUI a bird of New Zealand [n -S] TUN to store in a large cask [v TUNNED, TUNNING, TUNS] TUP to copulate with a ewe [v TUPPED, TUPPING, TUPS] TUT to utter an exclamation of impatience [v TUTTED, TUTTING, TUTS] TUX a {tuxedo=n} [n -ES] TWA {two=n} [n -S] TWO a number [n TWOS] TYE a chain on a ship [n -S] UDO a Japanese herb [n UDOS] UGH the sound of a cough or grunt [n -S] UKE {ukelele=n} [n -S] ULU an Eskimo knife [n -S] UMM {um=interj} [interj] UMP to {umpire=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] UNS <un=pron> [pron] UPO {upon=prep} [prep] UPS <up=v> [v] URB an urban area [n -S] URD an annual bean grown in India [n -S] URN a type of {vase=n} [n -S] : URNLIKE [adj] URP to {vomit=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] USE to put into service [v USED, USING, USES] UTA any of a genus of large lizards [n -S] UTE a utility vehicle [n -S] UTS <ut=n> [n]

VAC a vacuum cleaner [n -S] VAN to transport in a van (a type of motor vehicle) [v VANNED, VANNING, VANS] VAR a unit of reactive power [n -S] VAS an anatomical duct [n VASA] : VASAL [adj] VAT to put into a vat (a large container for holding liquids) [v VATTED, VATTING , VATS] VAU {vav=n} [n -S] VAV a Hebrew letter [n -S] VAW {vav=n} [n -S] VEE the letter V [n -S] VEG to spend time idly [v VEGGED, VEGGING, VEGES] VET to treat animals medically [v VETTED, VETTING, VETS] VEX to {annoy=v} [v VEXED or VEXT, VEXING, VEXES] VIA by way of [prep] VID a {video=n} [n -S] VIE to strive for superiority [v VIED, VYING, VIES] VIG a {vigorish=n} [n -S] VIM {energy=n} [n -S] VIS force or power [n VIRES] VOE a small bay, creek, or inlet [n -S] VOW to make a vow (a solemn promise) [v -ED, -ING, -S] VOX voice [n VOCES] VUG a small cavity in a rock or lode [n -S] VUM used to express surprise [interj] WAB a web [n -S] WAD to form into a wad (a small mass of soft material) [v WADDED, WADDING, WADS] WAE {woe=n} [n -S] WAG to move briskly up and down or to and fro [v WAGGED, WAGGING, WAGS] WAN unnaturally pale [adj WANNER, WANNEST] / to become {wan=adj} [v WANNED, WANN ING, WANS] WAP to {wrap=v} [v WAPPED, WAPPING, WAPS] WAR to engage in war (a state of open, armed conflict) [v WARRED, WARRING, WARS] WAS <be=v> [v] WAT {wet=adj} [adj WATTER, WATTEST] / a hare [n -S] WAW {vav=n} [n -S] WAX to coat with wax (a natural, heat-sensitive substance) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] : WAXABLE [adj] WAY a method of doing something [n WAYS] WEB to provide with a web (an interlaced fabric or structure) [v WEBBED, WEBBING , WEBS] WED to {marry=v} [v WEDDED, WEDDING, WEDS] WEE very small [adj WEER, WEEST] / a short time [n -S] WEN a benign tumor of the skin [n -S] WET covered or saturated with a liquid [adj WETTER, WETTEST] / to make {wet=adj} [v WETTED, WETTING, WETS] WHA {who=pron} [pron] WHO what or which person or persons [pron] WHY the reason or cause of something [n WHYS] WIG to provide with a wig (an artificial covering of hair for the head) [v WIGGE D, WIGGING, WIGS] WIN to {winnow=v} [v WINNED, WINNING, WINS] / to be victorious [v WON or WAN, WI NNING, WINS] WIS to know -- WIS and WIST are the only accepted forms of this verb; it cannot be conjugated further [v past tense WIST] WIT {intelligence=n} [n -S] / to {know=v} [v WIST, WITING or WITTING, present si ng. 1st person WOT, 2d WOST, 3d WOT, present pl. WITE] WIZ a very clever or skillful person [n WIZZES or WIZES] WOE tremendous grief [n -S] WOK a cooking utensil [n -S] WON to {dwell=v} [v WONNED, WONNING, WONS]

WOO to seek the affection of [v -ED, -ING, -S] WOS <wo=n> [n] WOT to {know=v} [v WOTTED, WOTTING, WOTS] WOW to excite to enthusiastic approval [v -ED, -ING, -S] WRY contorted [adj WRIER, WRIEST, WRYER, WRYEST] : WRYLY [adv] / to {contort=v} [v WRIED, WRYING, WRIES] WUD {insane=adj} [adj] WYE the letter Y [n -S] WYN {wynn=n} [n -S] XIS <xi=n> [n] YAG a synthetic garnet [n -S] YAH used as an exclamation of disgust [interj] YAK to {chatter=v} [v YAKKED, YAKKING, YAKS] YAM a plant having an edible root [n -S] YAP to bark shrilly [v YAPPED, YAPPING, YAPS] YAR {yare=adj} [adj] YAW to deviate from an intended course [v -ED, -ING, -S] YAY {yea=n} [n YAYS] YEA an affirmative vote [n -S] YEH yeah [adv] YEN to {yearn=v} [v YENNED, YENNING, YENS] YEP an affirmative reply [n -S] YES to give an affirmative reply to [v YESSED, YESSING, YESSES or YESES] YET up to now [adv] YEW an evergreen tree or shrub [n -S] YIN the feminine passive principle in Chinese cosmology [n -S] YIP to {yelp=v} [v YIPPED, YIPPING, YIPS] YOB a {hooligan=n} [n -S] YOD a Hebrew letter [n -S] YOK a boisterous laugh [n -S] YOM {day=n} [n YOMIM] YON {yonder=adv} [adv] YOU something identified with the person addressed [n -S] YOW to {yowl=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] YUK to laugh loudly [v YUKKED, YUKKING, YUKS] YUM used to express pleasurable satisfaction [interj] YUP {yuppie=n} [n -S] ZAG to turn sharply [v ZAGGED, ZAGGING, ZAGS] ZAP to kill or destroy instantaneously [v ZAPPED, ZAPPING, ZAPS] ZAS <za=n> [n] ZAX a tool for cutting roof slates [n -ES] ZED the letter Z [n -S] ZEE the letter Z [n -S] ZEK an inmate in a Soviet labor camp [n -S] ZEP a long sandwich [n -S] ZIG to turn sharply [v ZIGGED, ZIGGING, ZIGS] ZIN a dry red wine [n -S] ZIP to move with speed and vigor [v ZIPPED, ZIPPING, ZIPS] ZIT a {pimple=n} [n -S] ZOA <zoon=n> [n] ZOO a place where animals are kept for public exhibition [n ZOOS] ZUZ an ancient Hebrew silver coin [n ZUZIM] ZZZ used to suggest the sound of snoring [interj] AAHS <aah=v> [v] AALS <aal=n> [n] ABAS <aba=n> [n] ABBA father -- used as a title of honor [n -S] ABBE an {abbot=n} [n -S] ABED in bed [adv] ABET to encourage and support [v ABETTED, ABETTING, ABETS]

ABLE having sufficient power, skill, or resources [adj ABLER, ABLEST] / a commun ications code word for the letter A [n -S] ABLY in an able manner [adv] ABRI a bomb shelter [n -S] ABUT to touch along a border [v ABUTTED, ABUTTING, ABUTS] ABYE to {aby=v} [v ABOUGHT, ABYING, ABYES] ABYS <aby=v> [v] ACED <ace=v> [v] ACES <ace=v> [v] ACHE to suffer a dull, continuous pain [v ACHED, ACHING, ACHES] ACHY aching [adj ACHIER, ACHIEST] ACID a type of chemical compound [n -S] : ACIDULENT, ACIDULOUS [adj] ACME the highest point [n -S] : ACMATIC, ACMIC [adj] ACNE a skin disease [n -S] : ACNED [adj] ACRE a unit of area [n -S] ACTA recorded proceedings [n] ACTS <act=v> [v] ACYL a univalent radical [n -S] ADDS <add=v> [v] ADIT an entrance [n -S] ADOS <ado=n> [n] ADZE {adz=v} [v ADZED, ADZING, ADZES] AEON {eon=n} [n -S] AERO pertaining to {aircraft=n} [adj] AERY {airy=adj} [adj AERIER, AERIEST] / {aerie=n} [n AERIES] AFAR a great distance [n -S] AGAR a viscous substance obtained from certain seaweeds [n -S] AGAS <aga=n> [n] AGED <age=v> [v] AGEE to one side [adv] AGER one that {ages=v} [n -S] AGES <age=v> [v] AGHA {aga=n} [n -S] AGIN {against=prep} [prep] AGIO a premium paid for the exchange of one currency for another [n AGIOS] AGLY {agley=adv} [adv] AGMA {eng=n} [n -S] AGOG in a state of eager curiosity [adv] AGON the dramatic conflict between the main characters in a Greek play [n -S or -ES] AGUE a malarial fever [n -S] : AGUELIKE, AGUISH [adj], AGUISHLY [adv] AHED <ah=v> [v] AHEM used to attract attention [interj] AHIS <ahi=n> [n] AHOY used in hailing a ship or person [interj] AIDE an {assistant=n} [n -S] AIDS <aid=v> [v] AILS <ail=v> [v] AIMS <aim=v> [v] AINS <ain=n> [n] AIRN iron [n -S] AIRS <air=v> [v] AIRT to {guide=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] AIRY having the nature of air [adj AIRIER, AIRIEST] AITS <ait=n> [n] AJAR partly open [adj] AJEE {agee=adv} [adv] AKEE a tropical tree [n -S] AKIN related by blood [adj] ALAE <ala=n> [n]

ALAN a large hunting dog [n -S] ALAR pertaining to wings [adj] ALAS used to express sorrow or regret [interj] ALBA the white substance of the brain [n -S] ALBS <alb=n> [n] ALEC a {herring=n} [n -S] ALEE toward the side of a vessel sheltered from the wind [adv] ALEF {aleph=n} [n -S] ALES <ale=n> [n] ALFA a communications code word for the letter A [n -S] ALGA any of a group of primitive aquatic plants [n -GAE or -GAS] : ALGAL [adj] ALIF an Arabic letter [n -S] ALIT <alight=v> [v] ALKY one who is habitually drunk [n -KIES] ALLS <all=n> [n] ALLY to unite in a formal relationship [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES] ALMA {almah=n} [n -S] ALME {almah=n} [n -S] ALMS money or goods given to the poor [n ALMS] ALOE an African plant [n -S] : ALOETIC [adj] ALOW in or to a lower position [adv] ALPS <alp=n> [n] ALSO in addition [adv] ALTO a low female singing voice [n -TOS] ALTS <alt=n> [n] ALUM a chemical compound [n -S] AMAH an Oriental nurse [n -S] AMAS <ama=n> [n] AMBO a pulpit in an early Christian church [n AMBOS or AMBONES] AMEN a word used at the end of a prayer to express agreement [n -S] AMIA a freshwater fish [n -S] AMID {amide=n} [n -S] AMIE a female friend [n -S] AMIN {amine=n} [n -S] AMIR a Muslim prince or governor [n -S] AMIS <ami=n> [n] AMMO {ammunition=n} [n -MOS] AMOK a murderous frenzy [n -S] AMPS <amp=v> [v] AMUS <amu=n> [n] AMYL a univalent radical [n -S] ANAL pertaining to the anus [adj] ANAS <ana=n> [n] ANDS <and=n> [n] ANES <ane=n> [n] ANEW once more [adv] ANGA any of the eight practices of yoga [n -S] ANIL a West Indian shrub [n -S] ANIS <ani=n> [n] ANKH an Egyptian symbol of enduring life [n -S] ANNA a former coin of India and Pakistan [n -S] ANOA a wild ox [n -S] ANON at another time [adv] ANSA the projecting part of Saturn's rings [n -SAE] ANTA a pilaster formed at the termination of a wall [n -TAE or -TAS] ANTE to put a fixed stake into the pot before the cards are dealt in poker [v AN TED or ANTEED, ANTEING, ANTES] ANTI one that is opposed [n -S] ANTS <ant=n> [n] ANUS the excretory opening at the end of the alimentary canal [n -ES]

APED <ape=v> [v] APER one that {apes=v} [n -S] APES <ape=v> [v] APEX the highest point [n APEXES or APICES] APOD an apodal animal [n -S] APOS <apo=n> [n] APPS <app=n> [n] APSE a domed, semicircular projection of a building [n -S] : APSIDAL [adj] AQUA water [n AQUAE or AQUAS] ARAK {arrack=n} [n -S] ARBS <arb=n> [n] ARCH to bend like an arch (a curved structure spanning an opening) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] ARCO with the bow -- used as a direction to players of stringed instruments [adv ] ARCS <arc=v> [v] AREA a particular extent of space or surface [n -S] : AREAL [adj], AREALLY [adv] / a section of the cerebral cortex having a specific function [n AREAE] ARES <are=n> [n] ARFS <arf=n> [n] ARIA an elaborate melody for a single voice [n -S] ARID extremely dry [adj -IDER, -IDEST] : ARIDLY [adv] ARIL an outer covering of certain seeds [n -S] : ARILED, ARILLATE, ARILLOID [adj ] ARKS <ark=n> [n] ARMS <arm=v> [v] ARMY a large body of men trained and armed for war [n -MIES] ARTS <art=n> [n] ARTY showily or pretentiously artistic [adj ARTIER, ARTIEST] ARUM a flowering plant [n -S] ARVO {afternoon=n} [n -VOS] ARYL a univalent radical [n -S] ASCI <ascus=n> [n] ASEA at sea [adv] ASHY covered with ashes [adj ASHIER, ASHIEST] ASKS <ask=v> [v] ASPS <asp=n> [n] ATAP the nipa palm tree [n -S] ATES <ate=n> [n] ATMA {atman=n} [n -S] ATOM the smallest unit of an element [n -S] : ATOMIC, ATOMICAL [adj] ATOP being on or at the top [adj] AUKS <auk=n> [n] AULD {old=adj} [adj AULDER, AULDEST] AUNT the sister of one's father or mother [n -S] AURA an invisible emanation [n -RAS or -RAE] AUTO to ride in an automobile [v -ED, -ING, -S] AVER to declare positively [v AVERRED, AVERRING, AVERS] : AVERRABLE [adj] AVES <ave=n> [n] AVID {eager=adj} [adj] AVOS <avo=n> [n] AVOW to declare openly [v -ED, -ING, -S] : AVOWABLE [adj], AVOWABLY, AVOWEDLY [a dv] AWAY from a certain place [adv] AWED <awe=v> [v] AWEE {awhile=adv} [adv] AWES <awe=v> [v] AWLS <awl=n> [n] AWNS <awn=n> [n] AWNY <awn=n> [adj]

AWOL one who is absent without leave [n -S] AWRY with a turn or twist to one side [adv] AXAL {axial=adj} [adj] AXED <ax=v> [v] AXEL a jump in figure skating [n -S] AXES <ax=v> [v] AXIL the angle between the upper side of a leaf and its supporting stem [n -S] AXIS a straight line about which a body rotates [n AXES] : AXISED [adj] / an Asi an deer [n AXISES] AXLE a shaft upon which a wheel revolves [n -S] : AXLED [adj] AXON the central process of a neuron [n -S] : AXONAL, AXONIC [adj] AYAH a native maid or nurse in India [n -S] AYES <aye=n> [n] AYIN a Hebrew letter [n -S] AZAN a Muslim call to prayer [n -S] AZON a radio-controlled aerial bomb [n -S] BAAL a false god [n -S or -IM] BAAS master; boss [n -ES] BABA a rum cake [n -S] BABE a baby [n -S] BABU {baboo=n} [n -S] BABY to {coddle=v} [v -BIED, -BYING, -BIES] / resembling a baby (an infant) [adj BABIER, BABIEST] BACH to live as a bachelor [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BACK to {support=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BADE <bid=v> [v] BADS <bad=n> [n] BAFF to strike under a golf ball [v -ED, -ING, -S] BAGS <bag=v> [v] BAHT a monetary unit of Thailand [n -S] BAIL to transfer property temporarily [v -ED, -ING, -S] : BAILABLE [adj] BAIT to {lure=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BAKE to prepare food in an oven [v BAKED, BAKING, BAKES] BALD lacking hair [adj BALDER, BALDEST] / to become {bald=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BALE to form into tightly compressed bundles [v BALED, BALING, BALES] BALK to stop short and refuse to proceed [v -ED, -ING, -S] BALL to form into a ball (a spherical object) [v -ED, -ING, -S] BALM a fragrant resin [n -S] : BALMLIKE [adj] BALS <bal=n> [n] BAMS <bam=v> [v] BAND to decorate with flexible strips of material [v -ED, -ING, -S] BANE to kill with poison [v BANED, BANING, BANES] BANG to hit sharply [v -ED, -ING, -S] BANI <ban=n> [n] BANK to keep money in a bank (an institution dealing in money matters) [v -ED, ING, -S] : BANKABLE [adj] BANS <ban=v> [v] BAPS <bap=n> [n] BARB to furnish with a barb (a sharp projection) [v -ED, -ING, -S] BARD to armor a horse [v -ED, -ING, -S] BARE {naked=adj} [adj BARER, BAREST] / to {expose=v} [v BARED, BARING, BARES] BARF to {vomit=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BARK to cry like a dog [v -ED, -ING, -S] BARM the foam on malt liquors [n -S] BARN to store in a barn (a large storage building) [v -ED, -ING, -S] BARS <bar=v> [v] BASE morally low [adj BASER, BASEST] / to {found=v} [v BASED, BASING, BASES] BASH to {smash=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BASK to lie in a pleasant warmth [v -ED, -ING, -S] BASS an edible fish [n -ES]

BAST a woody fiber [n -S] BATE to reduce the force of [v BATED, BATING, BATES] BATH a {washing=n} [n -S] BATS <bat=v> [v] BATT a sheet of cotton [n -S] BAUD a unit of data transmission speed [n -S] BAWD a {madam=n} [n -S] BAWL to cry loudly [v -ED, -ING, -S] BAYS <bay=v> [v] BEAD to adorn with beads (round pieces of glass) [v -ED, -ING, -S] BEAK a bird's bill [n -S] : BEAKED, BEAKLESS, BEAKLIKE [adj] BEAM to emit in beams (rays of light) [v -ED, -ING, -S] BEAN to hit on the head [v -ED, -ING, -S] BEAR to {endure=v} [v BORE, BORNE or BORN, BEARING, BEARS] : BEARABLE [adj], BEA RABLY [adv] BEAT to strike repeatedly [v BEAT, BEATEN, BEATING, BEATS] : BEATABLE [adj] BEAU a {boyfriend=n} [n BEAUX or BEAUS] : BEAUISH [adj] BECK to {beckon=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BEDS <bed=v> [v] BEDU a {bedouin=n} [n BEDU] BEEF a steer or cow fattened for food [n BEEFS or BEEVES] / to add bulk to [v -E D, -ING, -S] BEEN <be=v> [v] BEEP to honk a horn [v -ED, -ING, -S] BEER an alcoholic beverage [n -S] BEES <bee=n> [n] BEET a garden plant [n -S] BEGS <beg=v> [v] BELL to provide with a bell (a ringing device) [v -ED, -ING, -S] BELS <bel=n> [n] BELT to fasten with a belt (a strap or band worn around the waist) [v -ED, -ING, -S] BEMA a platform in a synagogue [n -MATA or -MAS] BEND to {curve=v} [v BENT or BENDED, BENDING, BENDS] : BENDABLE [adj] BENE {benne=n} [n -S] BENS <ben=n> [n] BENT an {inclination=n} [n -S] BERG an {iceberg=n} [n -S] BERK a foolish person [n -S] BERM to provide with a berm (a ledge) [v -ED, -ING, -S] BEST to {outdo=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BETA a Greek letter [n -S] BETH a Hebrew letter [n -S] BETS <bet=v> [v] BEVY a group [n BEVIES] BEYS <bey=n> [n] BHUT a small {whirlwind=n} [n -S] BIAS to {prejudice=v} [v -ASED, -ASING, -ASES or -ASSED, -ASSING, -ASSES] : BIAS EDLY [adv] BIBB a mast support [n -S] BIBS <bib=v> [v] BICE a blue or green pigment [n -S] BIDE to {wait=v} [v BIDED or BODE, BIDING, BIDES] BIDI a cigarette of India [n -S] BIDS <bid=v> [v] BIER a coffin stand [n -S] BIFF to {hit=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BIGS <big=n> [n] BIKE to {bicycle=v} [v BIKED, BIKING, BIKES] BILE a fluid secreted by the liver [n -S]

BILK to {cheat=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BILL to present a statement of costs to [v -ED, -ING, -S] : BILLABLE [adj] BIMA {bema=n} [n -S] BIND to tie or secure [v BOUND, BINDING, BINDS] : BINDABLE [adj] BINE a twining plant stem [n -S] BINS <bin=v> [v] BINT a {woman=n} [n -S] BIOG a {biography=n} [n -S] BIOS <bio=n> [n] BIRD to hunt birds (winged, warm-blooded vertebrates) [v -ED, -ING, -S] BIRK a birch tree [n -S] BIRL to rotate a floating log [v -ED, -ING, -S] BIRO a ballpoint pen -- a trademark [n -S] BIRR a monetary unit of Ethiopia [n BIRROTCH] / to make a whirring noise [v -ED, -ING, -S] BISE a cold wind [n -S] BISK {bisque=n} [n -S] BITE to seize with the teeth [v BIT, BITTEN, BITING, BITES] : BITEABLE [adj] BITS <bit=v> [v] BITT to secure a cable [v -ED, -ING, -S] BIZE {bise=n} [n -S] BLAB to talk idly [v BLABBED, BLABBING, BLABS] BLAE bluish-black [adj] BLAH {nonsense=n} [n -S] BLAM the sound of a gunshot [n -S] BLAT to {bleat=v} [v BLATTED, BLATTING, BLATS] BLAW to {blow=v} [v BLAWED, BLAWN, BLAWING, BLAWS] BLEB a blister [n -S] : BLEBBY [adj] BLED <bleed=v> [v] BLET a decay of fruit [n -S] BLEW <blow=v> [v] BLIN a {blintze=n} [n BLINI or BLINIS] BLIP to remove sound from a recording [v BLIPPED, BLIPPING, BLIPS] BLOB to {splotch=v} [v BLOBBED, BLOBBING, BLOBS] BLOC a {coalition=n} [n -S] BLOG a website containing a personal journal [n -S] BLOT to spot or stain [v BLOTTED, BLOTTING, BLOTS] BLOW to drive or impel by a current of air [v BLEW, BLOWED or BLOWN, BLOWING, BL OWS] BLUB to {blubber=v} [v BLUBBED, BLUBBING, BLUBS] BLUE having the color of the clear sky [adj BLUER, BLUEST] / to make {blue=adj} [v BLUED, BLUEING or BLUING, BLUES] BLUR to make {unclear=adj} [v BLURRED, BLURRING, BLURS] BOAR a male pig [n -S] BOAS <boa=n> [n] BOAT to travel by boat (watercraft) [v -ED, -ING, -S] : BOATABLE [adj] BOBS <bob=v> [v] BOCK a dark beer [n -S] BODE to be an omen of [v BODED, BODING, BODES] BODS <bod=n> [n] BODY to give form to [v BODIED, BODYING, BODIES] BOFF a hearty laugh [n -S] BOGS <bog=v> [v] BOGY a {goblin=n} [n -GIES] BOHO a {Bohemian=n} [n -HOS] BOIL to vaporize liquid [v -ED, -ING, -S] : BOILABLE [adj] BOLA a throwing weapon [n -S] BOLD daring [adj BOLDER, BOLDEST] : BOLDLY [adv] / boldface [n -S] BOLE a fine clay [n -S] BOLL to form pods [v -ED, -ING, -S]

BOLO a {machete=n} [n -LOS] BOLT to {sift=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BOMB to attack with bombs (explosive projectiles) [v -ED, -ING, -S] : BOMBABLE [ adj] BOND to join together [v -ED, -ING, -S] : BONDABLE [adj] BONE to {debone=v} [v BONED, BONING, BONES] BONG to make a deep, ringing sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] BONK to hit on the head with a hollow blow [v -ED, -ING, -S] BONY full of bones [adj BONIER, BONIEST] BOOB to make a foolish mistake [v -ED, -ING, -S] BOOK to engage services [v -ED, -ING, -S] : BOOKABLE [adj] BOOM to make a deep, resonant sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] BOON a timely benefit [n -S] BOOR a rude person [n -S] BOOS <boo=v> [v] BOOT to load a program into a computer [v -ED, -ING, -S] : BOOTABLE [adj] BOPS <bop=v> [v] BORA a cold wind [n -S] BORE to pierce with a rotary tool [v BORED, BORING, BORES] BORK to attack a candidate in the media [v -ED, -ING, -S] BORN having particular qualities from birth [adj] BORT a low-quality diamond [n -S] : BORTY [adj] BOSH {nonsense=n} [n -ES] BOSK a small wooded area [n -S] BOSS to {supervise=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BOTA a leather bottle [n -S] BOTH being the two [adj] BOTS <bot=n> [n] BOTT {bot=n} [n -S] BOUT a contest [n -S] BOWL to play at bowling [v -ED, -ING, -S] BOWS <bow=v> [v] BOXY resembling a box [adj BOXIER, BOXIEST] : BOXILY [adv] BOYO a {boy=n} [n BOYOS] BOYS <boy=n> [n] BOZO a fellow [n -ZOS] BRAD to fasten with thin nails [v BRADDED, BRADDING, BRADS] BRAE a {hillside=n} [n -S] BRAG first-rate [adj BRAGGER, BRAGGEST] / to speak vainly of one's deeds [v BRAG GED, BRAGGING, BRAGS] BRAN to soak in water mixed with bran (the outer coat of cereals) [v BRANNED, BR ANNING, BRANS] BRAS <bra=n> [n] BRAT a spoiled child [n -S] : BRATTISH [adj] BRAW {splendid=adj} [adj BRAWER, BRAWEST] BRAY to utter a harsh cry [v BRAYED, BRAYING, BRAYS] BRED <breed=v> [v] BREE {broth=n} [n -S] BREN a submachine gun [n -S] BREW to make beer or the like [v -ED, -ING, -S] BRIE {bree=n} [n -S] BRIG a two-masted ship [n -S] BRIM to fill to the top [v BRIMMED, BRIMMING, BRIMS] BRIN a rib of a fan [n -S] BRIO {liveliness=n} [n BRIOS] BRIS a Jewish circumcision rite [n -ES] BRIT a young herring [n -S] BROO a {bree=n} [n BROOS] BROS <bro=n> [n] BROW the {forehead=n} [n -S] : BROWED [adj]

BRRR used to indicate that one feels cold [interj] BRUT a very dry champagne [n -S] BRUX to grind the teeth [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BUBO a swelling of a lymph gland [n -BOES] : BUBOED [adj] BUBS <bub=n> [n] BUBU {boubou=n} [n -S] BUCK to leap forward and upward suddenly [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUDS <bud=v> [v] BUFF to {polish=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : BUFFABLE [adj] / having a muscular physiq ue [adj BUFFER, BUFFEST] BUGS <bug=v> [v] BUHL a style of furniture decoration [n -S] BUHR a heavy stone [n -S] BULB an underground bud [n -S] : BULBAR, BULBED [adj] BULK to gather into a mass [v -ED, -ING, -S] BULL to push ahead [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUMF {paperwork=n} [n -S] BUMP to knock against [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUMS <bum=v> [v] BUNA a synthetic rubber [n -S] BUND a political association [n -S] BUNG to plug with a cork or stopper [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUNK to go to bed [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUNN {bun=n} [n -S] BUNS <bun=n> [n] BUNT to {butt=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUOY to mark with a buoy (a warning float) [v -ED, -ING, -S] BURA {buran=n} [n -S] BURB a {suburb=n} [n -S] BURD a {maiden=n} [n -S] BURG a city or town [n -S] BURL to finish cloth by removing lumps [v -ED, -ING, -S] BURN to destroy by fire [v BURNED or BURNT, BURNING, BURNS] BURP to {belch=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BURR to remove a rough edge from [v -ED, -ING, -S] BURS <bur=v> [v] BURY to put in the ground and cover with earth [v BURIED, BURYING, BURIES] BUSH to cover with bushes (shrubs) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BUSK to {prepare=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUSS to {kiss=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BUST to {burst=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUSY occupied [adj BUSIER, BUSIEST] / to make {busy=adj} [v BUSIED, BUSYING, BUS IES] BUTE a drug for treating arthritis [n -S] BUTS <but=n> [n] BUTT to hit with the head [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUYS <buy=v> [v] BUZZ to make a vibrating sound [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BYES <bye=n> [n] BYRE a {cowshed=n} [n -S] BYRL to {birle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BYTE a group of adjacent binary digits [n -S] CABS <cab=v> [v] CACA {excrement=n} [n -S] CADE a European shrub [n -S] CADI a Muslim judge [n -S] CADS <cad=n> [n] CAFE a small {restaurant=n} [n -S] CAFF a {cafe=n} [n -S] CAGE to {confine=v} [v CAGED, CAGING, CAGES]

CAGY {cagey=adj} [adj CAGIER, CAGIEST] CAID a Muslim leader [n -S] CAIN {kain=n} [n -S] CAKE to form into a hardened mass [v CAKED, CAKING, CAKES] CAKY {cakey=adj} [adj CAKIER, CAKIEST] CALF a young cow or bull [n CALVES or CALFS] : CALFLIKE [adj] CALK to {caulk=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CALL to {summon=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : CALLABLE [adj] CALM free from agitation [adj CALMER, CALMEST] : CALMLY [adv] / to make {calm=ad j} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CALO a Spanish argot used by Chicano youths [n -S] CALX a mineral residue [n -ES or CALCES] CAME a leaden window rod [n -S] CAMO a camouflage pattern [n CAMOS] CAMP to live in the open [v -ED, -ING, -S] CAMS <cam=n> [n] CANE to beat with a rod [v CANED, CANING, CANES] CANS <can=v> [v] CANT to tilt or slant [v -ED, -ING, -S] CAPE a sleeveless garment [n -S] : CAPED [adj] CAPH {kaph=n} [n -S] CAPO a pitch-raising device for fretted instruments [n -POS] CAPS <cap=v> [v] CARB a {carburetor=n} [n -S] CARD to provide with a card (a stiff piece of paper) [v -ED, -ING, -S] CARE to be concerned or interested [v CARED, CARING, CARES] CARK to {worry=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CARL a {peasant=n} [n -S] CARN {cairn=n} [n -S] CARP to find fault unreasonably [v -ED, -ING, -S] CARR a {marsh=n} [n -S] CARS <car=n> [n] CART to convey in a cart (a two-wheeled vehicle) [v -ED, -ING, -S] : CARTABLE [a dj] CASA a {dwelling=n} [n -S] CASE to put in a case (a container or receptacle) [v CASED, CASING, CASES] CASH to convert into cash (ready money) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] : CASHABLE [adj] CASK to store in a cask (a strong barrel) [v -ED, -ING, -S] CAST to throw with force [v CAST, CASTING, CASTS] : CASTABLE [adj] CATE a choice food [n -S] CATS <cat=v> [v] CAUL a fetal membrane [n -S] CAVE to hollow out [v CAVED, CAVING, CAVES] CAVY a short-tailed rodent [n -VIES] CAWS <caw=v> [v] CAYS <cay=n> [n] CECA <cecum=n> [n] CEDE to {yield=v} [v CEDED, CEDING, CEDES] CEDI a monetary unit of Ghana [n -S] CEES <cee=n> [n] CEIL to furnish with a ceiling [v -ED, -ING, -S] CELL to store in a honeycomb [v -ED, -ING, -S] CELS <cel=n> [n] CELT a primitive ax [n -S] CENT the 100th part of a dollar [n -S] CEPE a large mushroom [n -S] CEPS <cep=n> [n] CERE to wrap in a waxy cloth [v CERED, CERING, CERES] CERO a large food fish [n CEROS] CESS to tax or assess [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

CETE a group of badgers [n -S] CHAD a scrap of paper [n -S] : CHADLESS [adj] CHAI spiced tea with honey and milk [n -S] CHAM a {khan=n} [n -S] CHAO a monetary unit of Vietnam [n CHAO] CHAP to split, crack, or redden [v CHAPPED, CHAPT, CHAPPING, CHAPS] CHAR to burn slightly [v CHARRED, CHARRING, CHARS] CHAT to converse informally [v CHATTED, CHATTING, CHATS] CHAW to {chew=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHAY the root of an East Indian herb [n CHAYS] CHEF to work as a chef (a chief cook) [v CHEFFED, CHEFFING, CHEFS or CHEFED, CHE FING, CHEFS] CHEW to crush or grind with the teeth [v -ED, -ING, -S] : CHEWABLE [adj] CHEZ at the home of [prep] CHIA a Mexican herb [n -S] CHIC smartly stylish [adj CHICER, CHICEST] / {elegance=n} [n -S] CHID <chide=v> [v] CHIN to hold with the chin (the lower part of the face) [v CHINNED, CHINNING, CH INS] CHIP to break a small piece from [v CHIPPED, CHIPPING, CHIPS] CHIS <chi=n> [n] CHIT a short letter [n -S] CHON a monetary unit of South Korea [n CHON] CHOP to sever with a sharp tool [v CHOPPED, CHOPPING, CHOPS] CHOW to {eat=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHUB a freshwater fish [n -S] CHUG to move with a dull explosive sound [v CHUGGED, CHUGGING, CHUGS] CHUM to be close friends with someone [v CHUMMED, CHUMMING, CHUMS] CIAO used as an expression of greeting and farewell [interj] CIGS <cig=n> [n] CINE a motion picture [n -S] CION a cutting from a plant or tree [n -S] CIRE a highly glazed finish for fabrics [n -S] CIST a prehistoric stone coffin [n -S] : CISTED [adj] CITE to quote as an authority or example [v CITED, CITING, CITES] CITY a large {town=n} [n CITIES] CLAD to coat one metal over another [v CLADDED, CLADDING, CLADS] CLAG to {clog=v} [v CLAGGED, CLAGGING, CLAGS] CLAM to dig for clams (bivalve mollusks) [v CLAMMED, CLAMMING, CLAMS] CLAN a united group of families [n -S] CLAP to strike one palm against the other [v CLAPPED, CLAPT, CLAPPING, CLAPS] CLAW to scratch with claws (sharp, curved toenails) [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLAY to treat with clay (a fine-grained, earthy material) [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLEF a musical symbol [n -S] CLEW to roll into a ball [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLIP to trim by cutting [v CLIPPED, CLIPT, CLIPPING, CLIPS] CLOD a {dolt=n} [n -S] : CLODDISH [adj] CLOG to block up or obstruct [v CLOGGED, CLOGGING, CLOGS] CLON a group of asexually derived organisms [n -S] : CLONAL [adj], CLONALLY [adv ] CLOP to make the sound of a hoof striking pavement [v CLOPPED, CLOPPING, CLOPS] CLOT to form into a clot (a thick mass) [v CLOTTED, CLOTTING, CLOTS] CLOY to gratify beyond desire [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLUB to form a club (an organized group of persons) [v CLUBBED, CLUBBING, CLUBS] CLUE to give guiding information [v CLUED, CLUEING or CLUING, CLUES] COAL to supply with coal (a carbon fuel) [v -ED, -ING, -S] COAT to cover with a coat (an outer garment) [v -ED, -ING, -S] COAX to {cajole=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] COBB a sea gull [n -S] COBS <cob=n> [n]

COCA a South American shrub [n -S] COCK to tilt to one side [v -ED, -ING, -S] COCO a tall palm tree [n -COS] CODA a passage at the end of a musical composition [n -S] CODE to convert into symbols [v CODED, CODING, CODES] CODS <cod=v> [v] COED a female {student=n} [n -S] COFF to {buy=v} [v COFT, COFFING, COFFS] COFT <coff=v> [v] COGS <cog=v> [v] COHO a small {salmon=n} [n -HOS] COIF to style the hair [v -ED, -ING, -S] COIL to wind in even rings [v -ED, -ING, -S] COIN to make coins (metal currency) [v -ED, -ING, -S] : COINABLE [adj] COIR a fiber obtained from coconut husks [n -S] COKE to change into a carbon fuel [v COKED, COKING, COKES] COKY {cokelike=adj} [adj] COLA a carbonated beverage [n -S] COLD having little or no warmth [adj COLDER, COLDEST] / the relative lack of hea t; a chill [n -S] COLE a plant of the cabbage family [n -S] COLS <col=n> [n] COLT a young male horse [n -S] : COLTISH [adj] COLY an African bird [n COLIES] COMA a tuft of silky hairs [n -MAE] / a condition of prolonged unconsciousness [ n -S] COMB to arrange or clean with a comb (a toothed instrument) [v -ED, -ING, -S] COME to move toward something or someone [v CAME, COMING, COMES or COMETH] COMP to play a jazz accompaniment [v -ED, -ING, -S] CONE to shape like a cone (a geometric solid) [v CONED, CONING, CONES] CONI <conus=n> [n] CONK to hit on the head [v -ED, -ING, -S] CONN to direct the steering of a ship [v -ED, -ING, -S] CONS <con=v> [v] CONY a rabbit [n CONIES] COOF a {dolt=n} [n -S] COOK to prepare food by heating [v -ED, -ING, -S] : COOKABLE [adj] COOL moderately cold [adj COOLER, COOLEST] / to make less warm [v -ED, -ING, -S] COON a {raccoon=n} [n -S] COOP to {confine=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] COOS <coo=v> [v] COOT an aquatic bird [n -S] COPE to contend or strive [v COPED, COPING, COPES] COPS <cop=v> [v] COPY to {imitate=v} [v COPIED, COPYING, COPIES] : COPYABLE [adj] CORD to fasten with a cord (a thin rope) [v -ED, -ING, -S] CORE to remove the core (the central part) of [v CORED, CORING, CORES] CORF a wagon used in a mine [n CORVES] CORK to stop up [v -ED, -ING, -S] CORM a stem of certain plants [n -S] : CORMOID, CORMOUS, CORMLIKE [adj] CORN to preserve with salt [v -ED, -ING, -S] CORS <cor=n> [n] CORY a former monetary unit of Guinea [n CORY] COSH to {bludgeon=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] COSS {kos=n} [n COSS] COST to estimate a price for production of [v COST, COSTED, COSTING, COSTS] COSY {cozy=adj} [adj COSIER, COSIEST] / {cozy=v} [v COSIED, COSYING, COSIES] COTE to pass by [v COTED, COTING, COTES] COTS <cot=n> [n] COUP to {overturn=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S]

COVE to curve over or inward [v COVED, COVING, COVES] COWL to cover with a hood [v -ED, -ING, -S] COWS <cow=n> [n] COWY suggestive of a cow [adj COWIER, COWIEST] COXA the hip or hip joint [n COXAE] : COXAL [adj] COYS <coy=v> [v] COZY snug and comfortable [adj COZIER, COZIEST] : COZILY [adv] / to attempt to g et on friendly terms [v COZIED, COZYING, COZIES] CRAB to {complain=v} [v CRABBED, CRABBING, CRABS] CRAG a large jagged rock [n -S] : CRAGGED [adj] CRAM to fill or pack tightly [v CRAMMED, CRAMMING, CRAMS] CRAP to throw a 2, 3, or 12 in a dice game [v CRAPPED, CRAPPING, CRAPS] CRAW the stomach of an animal [n -S] CRED {credibility=n} [n -S] CREW to serve aboard a ship [v -ED, -ING, -S] CRIB to confine closely [v CRIBBED, CRIBBING, CRIBS] CRIS {kris=n} [n -ES] CRIT {criticism=n} [n -S] CROC a {crocodile=n} [n -S] CROP to cut off short [v CROPPED, CROPPING, CROPS] CROW to {boast=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CRUD to {curd=v} [v CRUDDED, CRUDDING, CRUDS] CRUS a part of the leg [n CRURA] CRUX a basic or decisive point [n CRUXES or CRUCES] CUBE to form into a cube (a regular solid) [v CUBED, CUBING, CUBES] CUBS <cub=n> [n] CUDS <cud=n> [n] CUED <cue=v> [v] CUES <cue=v> [v] CUFF to furnish with a cuff (a part of a sleeve) [v -ED, -ING, -S] CUIF {coof=n} [n -S] CUKE a {cucumber=n} [n -S] CULL to select from others [v -ED, -ING, -S] CULM to form a hollow stem [v -ED, -ING, -S] CULT a religious society [n -S] : CULTISH [adj] CUPS <cup=v> [v] CURB to {restrain=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : CURBABLE [adj] CURD to {curdle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CURE to restore to health [v CURED, CURING, CURES] CURF an incision made by a cutting tool [n -S] CURL to form into ringlets [v -ED, -ING, -S] CURN grain [n -S] CURR to {purr=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CURS <cur=n> [n] CURT {abrupt=adj} [adj CURTER, CURTEST] CUSK a marine food fish [n -S] CUSP a pointed end [n -S] : CUSPAL, CUSPATE, CUSPATED, CUSPED [adj] CUSS to {curse=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] CUTE pleasingly attractive [adj CUTER, CUTEST] : CUTELY [adv] CUTS <cut=v> [v] CWMS <cwm=n> [n] CYAN a blue color [n -S] CYMA a curved molding [n -MAS or -MAE] CYME a flower cluster [n -S] CYST a {sac=n} [n -S] CZAR an emperor or king [n -S] DABS <dab=v> [v] DACE a freshwater fish [n -S] DADA an artistic and literary movement [n -S] DADO to set into a groove [v -ED, -ING, -ES or -S]

DADS <dad=n> [n] DAFF to thrust aside [v -ED, -ING, -S] DAFT {insane=adj} [adj DAFTER, DAFTEST] : DAFTLY [adv] DAGS <dag=n> [n] DAHL {dal=n} [n -S] DAHS <dah=n> [n] DAIS a raised platform [n -ISES] DAKS <dak=n> [n] DALE a {valley=n} [n -S] DALS <dal=n> [n] DAME a {matron=n} [n -S] DAMN to {curse=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DAMP {moist=adj} [adj DAMPER, DAMPEST] / to lessen in intensity [v -ED, -ING, -S ] DAMS <dam=v> [v] DANG to {damn=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DANK unpleasantly damp [adj DANKER, DANKEST] : DANKLY [adv] DANS <dan=n> [n] DAPS <dap=v> [v] DARB something considered extraordinary [n -S] DARE to have the necessary courage [v DARED or DURST, DARING, DARES] DARK having little or no light [adj DARKER, DARKEST] / to {darken=v} [v -ED, -IN G, -S] DARN to mend with interlacing stitches [v -ED, -ING, -S] DART to move suddenly or swiftly [v -ED, -ING, -S] DASH to strike violently [v -ED, -ING, -ES] DATA <datum=n> [n] DATE to determine or record the date of [v DATED, DATING, DATES] : DATEABLE [adj ] DATO {datto=n} [n DATOS] DAUB to {smear=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DAUT to {fondle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DAVY a safety lamp [n -VIES] DAWK {dak=n} [n -S] DAWN to begin to grow light in the morning [v -ED, -ING, -S] DAWS <daw=v> [v] DAWT to {daut=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DAYS <day=n> [n] DAZE to {stun=v} [v DAZED, DAZING, DAZES] : DAZEDLY [adv] DEAD deprived of life [adj DEADER, DEADEST] / the period of greatest darkness, c oldness, etc. [n -S] DEAF lacking the sense of hearing [adj DEAFER, DEAFEST] DEAL to trade or do business [v DEALT, DEALING, DEALS] DEAN to serve as dean (the head of a faculty) [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEAR greatly loved [adj DEARER, DEAREST] / a loved one [n -S] DEBS <deb=n> [n] DEBT something that is owed [n -S] : DEBTLESS [adj] DECK to {adorn=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DECO a decorative style [n DECOS] DEED to transfer by deed (a legal document) [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEEM to hold as an opinion [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEEP extending far down from a surface [adj DEEPER, DEEPEST] / a place or thing of great depth [n -S] DEER a ruminant mammal [n -S] : DEERLIKE [adj] DEES <dee=n> [n] DEET an insect repellent [n -S] DEFI a challenge [n -S] DEFT {skillful=adj} [adj DEFTER, DEFTEST] : DEFTLY [adv] DEFY to resist openly and boldly [v -FIED, -FYING, -FIES] DEIL the devil [n -S]

DEKE DELE DELF DELI DELL DELS DELT DEME DEMO DEMY DENE DENI DENS DENT DENY DERE DERM DESK DEVA DEVS DEWS DEWY DEXY DEYS DHAK DHAL DHOW DIAL ING, DIBS DICE DICK DIDO DIDY DIED DIEL DIES DIET DIFF DIFS DIGS DIKE DILL DIME DIMS DINE DING DINK DINO DINS DINT DIOL DIPS DIPT DIRE DIRK DIRL DIRT DISC DISH

to fake an opponent out of position [v DEKED, DEKING or DEKEING, DEKES] to {delete=v} [v DELED, DELEING, DELES] {delft=n} [n -S] a {delicatessen=n} [n DELIS] a small, wooded valley [n -S] <del=n> [n] a {deltoid=n} [n -S] a Greek district [n -S] to {demonstrate=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a size of paper [n -MIES] a {valley=n} [n -S] a monetary unit of Macedonia [n DENI] <den=v> [v] to make a depression in [v -ED, -ING, -S] to declare to be untrue [v -NIED, -NYING, -NIES] {dire=adj} [adj] {derma=n} [n -S] a writing table [n -S] a Hindu god [n -S] <dev=n> [n] <dew=v> [v] moist with dew [adj DEWIER, DEWIEST] {dexie=n} [n DEXIES] <dey=n> [n] an Asian tree [n -S] {dal=n} [n -S] an Arabian sailing vessel [n -S] to manipulate a calibrated disk [v DIALED, DIALING, DIALS or DIALLED, DIALL DIALS] <dib=v> [v] to cut into small cubes [v DICED, DICING, DICES] a {detective=n} [n -S] a mischievous act [n -DOS or -DOES] a diaper [n -DIES] <die=v> [v] involving a full day [adj] <die=v> [v] to regulate one's daily sustenance [v -ED, -ING, -S] a difference [n -S] <dif=n> [n] <dig=v> [v] to furnish with an embankment [v DIKED, DIKING, DIKES] an annual herb [n -S] a coin of the United States [n -S] <dim=v> [v] to eat dinner [v DINED, DINING, DINES] to {ring=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {adorn=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a {dinosaur=n} [n -NOS] <din=v> [v] to {dent=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a chemical compound [n -S] <dip=v> [v] <dip=v> [v] {disastrous=adj} [adj DIRER, DIREST] to stab with a small knife [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {tremble=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] earth or soil [n -S] to {disk=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to put into a dish (a concave vessel) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

DISK DISS DITA DITE DITS DITZ DIVA DIVE DJIN DOAT DOBY DOCK DOCS DODO DOER DOES DOFF DOGE DOGS DOGY DOIT DOJO DOLE DOLL DOLS DOLT DOME DOMS DONA DONE DONG DONS DOOM DOOR DOPA DOPE DOPY DORE DORK DORM DORP DORR DORS DORY DOSE DOSS DOST DOTE DOTH DOTS DOTY DOUM DOUR DOUX DOVE DOWN DOWS DOXY DOZE DOZY

to break up land with a type of farm implement [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {dis=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] a Philippine tree [n -S] a small amount [n -S] <dit=n> [n] a ditsy person [n -ES] a distinguished female operatic singer [n -S] to plunge headfirst into water [v DIVED or DOVE, DIVING, DIVES] {jinni=n} [n -S] to {dote=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] {dobie=n} [n -BIES] to bring into a dock (a wharf) [v -ED, -ING, -S] <doc=n> [n] an extinct flightless bird [n -DOES or -DOS] one that does something [n -S] <doe=n> [n] to take off [v -ED, -ING, -S] the chief magistrate in the former republics of Venice and Genoa [n -S] <dog=v> [v] {dogie=n} [n -GIES] a former Dutch coin [n -S] a school that teaches judo or karate [n -JOS] to distribute in small portions [v DOLED, DOLING, DOLES] to dress stylishly [v -ED, -ING, -S] <dol=n> [n] a stupid person [n -S] : DOLTISH [adj] to cover with a dome (a rounded roof) [v DOMED, DOMING, DOMES] <dom=n> [n] a Spanish lady [n -S] <do=v> [v] a deep sound like that of a large bell [n -S] <don=v> [v] to destine to an unhappy fate [v -ED, -ING, -S] a movable barrier at an entranceway [n -S] a drug to treat Parkinson's disease [n -S] to give a narcotic to [v DOPED, DOPING, DOPES] {dopey=adj} [adj DOPIER, DOPIEST] gilded [adj] a stupid or foolish person [n -S] a {dormitory=n} [n -S] a {village=n} [n -S] {dor=n} [n -S] <dor=n> [n] a flat-bottomed boat [n -RIES] to give a specified quantity of medicine to [v DOSED, DOSING, DOSES] to sleep in any convenient place [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <do=v> [v] to show excessive affection [v DOTED, DOTING, DOTES] <do=v> [v] <dot=v> [v] stained by decay [adj DOTIER, DOTIEST] an African palm tree [n -S] {sullen=adj} [adj DOURER, DOUREST] very sweet -- used of champagne [adj] a bird of the pigeon family [n -S] to cause to fall [v -ED, -ING, -S] <dow=v> [v] a {doctrine=n} [n DOXIES] to sleep lightly [v DOZED, DOZING, DOZES] {drowsy=adj} [adj DOZIER, DOZIEST]

DRAB {cheerless=adj} [adj DRABBER, DRABBEST] / to consort with prostitutes [v DR ABBED, DRABBING, DRABS] DRAG to pull along the ground [v DRAGGED, DRAGGING, DRAGS] DRAM to {tipple=v} [v DRAMMED, DRAMMING, DRAMS] DRAT to {damn=v} [v DRATTED, DRATTING, DRATS] DRAW to move by pulling [v DREW, DRAWN, DRAWING, DRAWS] : DRAWABLE [adj] DRAY to transport by dray (a low, strong cart) [v -ED, -ING, -S] DREE to {suffer=v} [v DREED, DREEING, DREES] DREG the sediment of liquors [n -S] : DREGGISH [adj] DREK {dreck=n} [n -S] DREW <draw=v> [v] DRIB to {drip=v} [v DRIBBED, DRIBBING, DRIBS] DRIP to fall in drops [v DRIPPED or DRIPT, DRIPPING, DRIPS] DROP to fall in drops (globules) [v DROPPED or DROPT, DROPPING, DROPS] DRUB to beat severely [v DRUBBED, DRUBBING, DRUBS] DRUG to affect with a drug (a medicinal substance) [v DRUGGED, DRUGGING, DRUGS] DRUM to beat a drum (a percussion instrument) [v DRUMMED, DRUMMING, DRUMS] DRYS <dry=n> [n] DUAD a pair [n -S] DUAL a linguistic form [n -S] DUBS <dub=v> [v] DUCE a {leader=n} [n DUCES or DUCI] DUCI <duce=n> [n] DUCK to lower quickly [v -ED, -ING, -S] DUCT to convey through a duct (a tubular passage) [v -ED, -ING, -S] DUDE to dress up in flashy clothes [v DUDED, DUDING, DUDES] DUDS <dud=n> [n] DUEL to fight formally [v DUELED, DUELING, DUELS or DUELLED, DUELLING, DUELS] DUES <due=n> [n] DUET to perform a duet (a musical composition for two) [v DUETED, DUETING, DUETS or DUETTED, DUETTING, DUETS] DUFF a thick pudding [n -S] DUGS <dug=n> [n] DUIT {doit=n} [n -S] DUKE to {fight=v} [v DUKED, DUKING, DUKES] DULL mentally slow [adj DULLER, DULLEST] / to make less sharp [v -ED, -ING, -S] DULY {rightfully=adv} [adv] DUMA a Russian council [n -S] DUMB incapable of speech [adj DUMBER, DUMBEST] : DUMBLY [adv] / to make {silent= adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DUMP to let fall heavily [v -ED, -ING, -S] DUNE a hill of sand [n -S] : DUNELIKE [adj] DUNG to fertilize with manure [v -ED, -ING, -S] DUNK to dip into liquid [v -ED, -ING, -S] DUNS <dun=v> [v] DUNT to strike with a heavy blow [v -ED, -ING, -S] DUOS <duo=n> [n] DUPE to {deceive=v} [v DUPED, DUPING, DUPES] : DUPABLE [adj] DUPS <dup=v> [v] DURA {durra=n} [n -S] DURE to {endure=v} [v DURED, DURING, DURES] DURN to {damn=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DURO a Spanish silver dollar [n -ROS] DURR {durra=n} [n -S] DUSK to become {dark=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DUST to make free of dust (minute particles of matter) [v -ED, -ING, -S] DUTY a moral or legal obligation [n -TIES] DYAD a pair of units [n -S] DYED <dye=v> [v] DYER one that {dyes=v} [n -S]

DYES <dye=v> [v] DYKE to {dike=v} [v DYKED, DYKING, DYKES] DYNE a unit of force [n -S] EACH being one of two or more distinct individuals [adj] EARL a British nobleman [n -S] EARN to gain or deserve for one's labor or service [v -ED, -ING, -S] EARS <ear=v> [v] EASE to give rest or relief to [v EASED, EASING, EASES] EAST a cardinal point of the compass [n -S] EASY not difficult [adj EASIER, EASIEST] / a communications code word for the le tter E [n EASIES] EATH {easy=adj} [adj] EATS <eat=v> [v] EAUX <eau=n> [n] EAVE the lower projecting edge of a roof [n -S] : EAVED [adj] EBBS <ebb=v> [v] EBON {ebony=n} [n -S] ECHE to {increase=v} [v ECHED, ECHING, ECHES] ECHO a repetition of sound by reflection of sound waves [n ECHOES or ECHOS] / to produce an echo [v -ED, -ING, -ES] ECHT {genuine=adj} [adj] ECRU a yellowish brown color [n -S] ECUS <ecu=n> [n] EDDO a tropical plant [n -DOES] EDDY to move against the main current [v -DIED, -DYING, -DIES] EDGE to provide with an edge (a bounding or dividing line) [v EDGED, EDGING, EDG ES] EDGY tense, nervous, or irritable [adj EDGIER, EDGIEST] EDHS <edh=n> [n] EDIT to correct and prepare for publication [v -ED, -ING, -S] : EDITABLE [adj] EELS <eel=n> [n] EELY resembling an {eel=n} [adj EELIER, EELIEST] EERY {eerie=adj} [adj -RIER, -RIEST] EFFS <eff=n> [n] EFTS <eft=n> [n] EGAD used as a mild oath [interj] EGAL {equal=adj} [adj] EGER {eagre=n} [n -S] EGGS <egg=v> [v] EGGY containing eggs [adj] EGIS {aegis=n} [n EGISES] EGOS <ego=n> [n] EIDE <eidos=n> [n] EKED <eke=v> [v] EKES <eke=v> [v] ELAN {enthusiasm=n} [n -S] ELDS <eld=n> [n] ELHI pertaining to school grades 1 through 12 [adj] ELKS <elk=n> [n] ELLS <ell=n> [n] ELMS <elm=n> [n] ELMY abounding in {elms=n} [adj -MIER, -MIEST] ELSE in a different place, time, or way [adv] EMES <eme=n> [n] EMEU {emu=n} [n -S] EMIC relating to a type of linguistic analysis [adj] EMIR an Arab chieftain or prince [n -S] EMIT to send forth [v EMITTED, EMITTING, EMITS] EMMY a statuette awarded annually by a professional organization for notable ach ievement in television -- a trademark [n EMMYS]

EMUS EMYD ENDS ENGS ENOL ENOW ENUF ENVY EONS EPEE EPHA EPIC EPOS ERAS ERGO ERGS ERNE ERNS EROS ERRS ERST ESES ESNE ESPY ETAS ETCH ETHS ETIC ETNA ETUI EURO EVEN ] EVER EVES EVIL evil EWER EWES EXAM EXEC EXED EXES EXIT EXON EXPO EYAS EYED EYEN EYER EYES EYNE EYRA EYRE EYRY FABS FACE FACT FADE FADO

<emu=n> [n] a freshwater tortoise [n -S] <end=v> [v] <eng=n> [n] a chemical compound [n -S] : ENOLIC [adj] {enough=n} [n -S] enough [adv] to be envious of [v -VIED, -VYING, -VIES] <eon=n> [n] a type of {sword=n} [n -S] {ephah=n} [n -S] a long narrative poem [n -S] : EPICAL [adj], EPICALLY [adv] an epic poem [n -ES] <era=n> [n] therefore [conj] <erg=n> [n] a sea eagle [n -S] <ern=n> [n] sexual desire [n -ES] <err=v> [v] {formerly=adv} [adv] <es=n> [n] a laborer in Anglo-Saxon England [n -S] to catch sight of [v -PIED, -PYING, -PIES] <eta=n> [n] to engrave with acid [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <eth=n> [n] relating to a type of linguistic analysis [adj] a container for heating liquids [n -S] a case for holding small articles [n -S] a large {kangaroo=n} [n EUROS] flat and smooth [adj EVENER, EVENEST] / to make {even=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S at all times [adv] <eve=n> [n] morally bad [adj EVILER, EVILEST or EVILLER, EVILLEST] / something that is [n -S] a large {pitcher=n} [n -S] <ewe=n> [n] an {examination=n} [n -S] an executive officer [n -S] <ex=v> [v] <ex=v> [v] to go out [v -ED, -ING, -S] a sequence in the genetic code [n -S] : EXONIC [adj] a public exhibition [n -POS] a young hawk [n -ES] <eye=v> [v] <eye=n> [n] one that eyes [n -S] <eye=n> [n] <eye=n> [n] a wild cat of tropical America [n -S] a journey [n -S] {aerie=n} [n -RIES] <fab=n> [n] to oppose or meet defiantly [v FACED, FACING, FACES] : FACEABLE [adj] something known with certainty [n -S] : FACTFUL [adj] to lose color or brightness [v FADED, FADING, FADES] : FADEDLY [adv] a Portuguese folk song [n -DOS]

FADS <fad=n> [n] FAGS <fag=v> [v] FAIL to be unsuccessful in an attempt [v -ED, -ING, -S] FAIN {glad=adj} [adj FAINER, FAINEST] FAIR free from bias, dishonesty, or injustice [adj FAIRER, FAIREST] / to make {s mooth=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FAKE to contrive and present as genuine [v FAKED, FAKING, FAKES] FALL to descend under the force of gravity [v FELL, FALLEN, FALLING, FALLS] FALX a sickle-shaped structure [n FALCES] FAME to make {famous=adj} [v FAMED, FAMING, FAMES] FANE a {temple=n} [n -S] FANG a long, pointed tooth [n -S] : FANGED, FANGLESS, FANGLIKE [adj] FANO a {fanon=n} [n FANOS] FANS <fan=v> [v] FARD to apply cosmetics to [v -ED, -ING, -S] FARE to get along [v FARED, FARING, FARES] FARL a thin oatmeal cake [n -S] FARM to manage and cultivate as a farm (a tract of land devoted to agriculture) [v -ED, -ING, -S] : FARMABLE [adj] FARO a card game [n FAROS] FASH to {annoy=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FAST moving or able to move quickly [adj FASTER, FASTEST] / to abstain from eati ng [v -ED, -ING, -S] FATE to {destine=v} [v FATED, FATING, FATES] FATS <fat=v> [v] FAUN a woodland deity of Roman mythology [n -S] : FAUNLIKE [adj] FAUX not genuine; fake [adj] FAVA the edible seed of a climbing vine [n -S] FAVE a {favorite=n} [n -S] FAWN to seek notice or favor by servile demeanor [v -ED, -ING, -S] FAYS <fay=v> [v] FAZE to disturb the composure of [v FAZED, FAZING, FAZES] FEAL {loyal=adj} [adj] FEAR to be afraid of [v -ED, -ING, -S] FEAT {skillful=adj} [adj FEATER, FEATEST] / a notable act or achievement [n -S] FECK value [n -S] FEDS <fed=n> [n] FEEB a wimp (a weak or ineffectual person) [n -S] FEED to give food to [v FED, FEEDING, FEEDS] : FEEDABLE [adj] FEEL to perceive through the sense of touch [v FELT, FEELING, FEELS] FEES <fee=v> [v] FEET <foot=n> [n] FEHS <feh=n> [n] FELL {cruel=adj} [adj FELLER, FELLEST] / to cause to fall [v -ED, -ING, -S] FELT to mat together [v -ED, -ING, -S] FEME a {wife=n} [n -S] FEMS <fem=n> [n] FEND to ward off [v -ED, -ING, -S] FENS <fen=n> [n] FEOD a {fief=n} [n -S] FERE a companion [n -S] FERN a flowerless vascular plant [n -S] : FERNLESS, FERNLIKE [adj] FESS to {confess=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FEST a gathering for an activity [n -S] FETA a Greek cheese [n -S] FETE to honor with a celebration [v FETED, FETING, FETES] FETS <fet=v> [v] FEUD to engage in a feud (a bitter, continuous hostility) [v -ED, -ING, -S] FEUS <feu=v> [v] FIAR the holder of a type of absolute ownership of land under Scottish law [n -S

] FIAT an authoritative order [n -S] FIBS <fib=v> [v] FICE a {feist=n} [n -S] FICO something of little worth [n -COES] FIDO a defective coin [n -DOS] FIDS <fid=n> [n] FIEF a feudal estate [n -S] FIFE to play a fife (a high-pitched flute) [v FIFED, FIFING, FIFES] FIGS <fig=v> [v] FILA <filum=n> [n] FILE to arrange in order for future reference [v FILED, FILING, FILES] : FILEABL E [adj] FILL to put as much as can be held into [v -ED, -ING, -S] : FILLABLE [adj] FILM to make a motion picture [v -ED, -ING, -S] : FILMABLE [adj] FILO {phyllo=n} [n FILOS] FILS <fil=n> [n] FIND to come upon after a search [v FOUND, FINDING, FINDS] : FINDABLE [adj] FINE of excellent quality [adj FINER, FINEST] / to subject to a fine (a monetary penalty) [v FINED, FINING, FINES] FINK to inform to the police [v -ED, -ING, -S] FINO a very dry sherry [n -NOS] FINS <fin=v> [v] FIRE to project by discharging from a gun [v FIRED, FIRING, FIRES] : FIREABLE [a dj] FIRM unyielding to pressure [adj FIRMER, FIRMEST] / to make {firm=adj} [v -ED, ING, -S] FIRN {neve=n} [n -S] FIRS <fir=n> [n] FISC a state or royal treasury [n -S] FISH to catch or try to catch fish (cold-blooded aquatic vertebrates) [v -ED, -I NG, -ES] FIST to strike with the fist (the hand closed tightly) [v -ED, -ING, -S] FITS <fit=v> [v] FIVE a number [n -S] FIXT <fix=v> [v] FIZZ to make a hissing or sputtering sound [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FLAB flabby body tissue [n -S] FLAG to mark with a flag (a piece of cloth used as a symbol) [v FLAGGED, FLAGGIN G, FLAGS] FLAK antiaircraft fire [n FLAK] FLAM to {deceive=v} [v FLAMMED, FLAMMING, FLAMS] FLAN a type of {custard=n} [n -S or -ES] FLAP to wave up and down [v FLAPPED, FLAPPING, FLAPS] FLAT having a smooth or even surface [adj FLATTER, FLATTEST] / to {flatten=v} [v FLATTED, FLATTING, FLATS] FLAW to produce a flaw (an imperfection) in [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLAX an annual herb [n -ES] FLAY to strip off the skin of [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLEA a parasitic insect [n -S] FLED <flee=v> [v] FLEE to run away [v FLED, FLEEING, FLEES] FLEW a fishing net [n -S] FLEX to {bend=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FLEY to {frighten=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLIC a Parisian policeman [n -S] FLIP {flippant=adj} [adj FLIPPER, FLIPPEST] / to throw with a brisk motion [v FL IPPED, FLIPPING, FLIPS] FLIR an electronic heat sensor [n -S] FLIT to move lightly and swiftly [v FLITTED, FLITTING, FLITS]

FLOC to aggregate into floccules [v FLOCCED, FLOCCING, FLOCS] FLOE a large mass of floating ice [n -S] FLOG to beat with a whip or rod [v FLOGGED, FLOGGING, FLOGS] FLOP to fall heavily and noisily [v FLOPPED, FLOPPING, FLOPS] FLOW to move steadily and smoothly along [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLUB to {bungle=v} [v FLUBBED, FLUBBING, FLUBS] FLUE an enclosed passageway for directing a current [n -S] : FLUED [adj] FLUS <flu=n> [n] FLUX to {melt=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FOAL to give birth to a horse [v -ED, -ING, -S] FOAM to form foam (a light, bubbly, gas and liquid mass) [v -ED, -ING, -S] : FOA MABLE [adj] FOBS <fob=v> [v] FOCI <focus=n> [n] FOES <foe=n> [n] FOGS <fog=v> [v] FOGY an old-fashioned person [n -GIES] : FOGYISH [adj] FOHN {foehn=n} [n -S] FOIL to prevent the success of [v -ED, -ING, -S] : FOILABLE [adj] FOIN to thrust with a pointed weapon [v -ED, -ING, -S] FOLD to lay one part over another part of [v -ED, -ING, -S] : FOLDABLE [adj] FOLK a people or tribe [n -S] FOND having an affection [adj FONDER, FONDEST] / to display affection [v -ED, -I NG, -S] FONS <fon=n> [n] FONT a receptacle for the water used in baptism [n -S] : FONTAL [adj] FOOD a substance taken into the body to maintain life and growth [n -S] : FOODLE SS [adj] FOOL to {deceive=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FOOT the terminal part of the leg on which the body stands and moves [n FEET] / to {walk=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FOPS <fop=v> [v] FORA <forum=n> [n] FORB an herb other than grass [n -S] FORD to cross by wading [v -ED, -ING, -S] : FORDABLE [adj] FORE the front part of something [n -S] FORK to work with a fork (a pronged implement) [v -ED, -ING, -S] : FORKEDLY [adv ] FORM to {produce=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : FORMABLE [adj], FORMABLY [adv] FORT a fortified enclosure or structure [n -S] FOSS {fosse=n} [n -ES] FOUL offensive to the senses [adj FOULER, FOULEST] / to make {foul=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FOUR a number [n -S] FOWL to hunt birds [v -ED, -ING, -S] FOXY {crafty=adj} [adj FOXIER, FOXIEST] FOYS <foy=n> [n] FOZY too {ripe=adj} [adj -ZIER, -ZIEST] FRAE {from=prep} [prep] FRAG to injure with a type of grenade [v FRAGGED, FRAGGING, FRAGS] FRAP to bind firmly [v FRAPPED, FRAPPING, FRAPS] FRAT a college fraternity [n -S] FRAY to wear off by rubbing [v -ED, -ING, -S] FREE not subject to restriction or control [adj FREER, FREEST] / to make {free=a dj} [v FREED, FREEING, FREES] FRET to {worry=v} [v FRETTED, FRETTING, FRETS] FRIG to cheat or trick [v FRIGGED, FRIGGING, FRIGS] / a {refrigerator=n} [n -ES] FRIT to fuse into a vitreous substance [v FRITTED, FRITTING, FRITS] FRIZ to {frizz=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FROE a cleaving tool [n -S]

FROG to hunt frogs (web-footed, tailless amphibians) [v FROGGED, FROGGING, FROGS ] FROM starting at [prep] FROW {froe=n} [n -S] FRUG to perform a type of vigorous dance [v FRUGGED, FRUGGING, FRUGS] FUBS <fub=v> [v] FUCI <fucus=n> [n] FUDS <fud=n> [n] FUEL to provide with fuel (material used to produce energy) [v -ELED, -ELING, -E LS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS] FUGS <fug=v> [v] FUGU a toxin-containing fish [n -S] FUJI a silk fabric [n -S] FULL filled completely [adj FULLER, FULLEST] / to shrink and thicken, as cloth [ v -ED, -ING, -S] FUME to give off fumes (gaseous exhalations) [v FUMED, FUMING, FUMES] FUMY producing or full of fumes [adj FUMIER, FUMIEST] FUND to provide money for [v -ED, -ING, -S] FUNK to shrink back in fear [v -ED, -ING, -S] FUNS <fun=v> [v] FURL to roll up [v -ED, -ING, -S] : FURLABLE [adj] FURS <fur=v> [v] FURY violent anger [n -RIES] FUSE to equip with a fuse (a detonating device) [v FUSED, FUSING, FUSES] FUSS to be overly concerned with small details [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FUTZ to spend time aimlessly [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FUZE to {fuse=v} [v FUZED, FUZING, FUZES] FUZZ to become {fuzzy=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FYCE {feist=n} [n -S] FYKE a bag-shaped fishnet [n -S] GABS <gab=v> [v] GABY a {dolt=n} [n -BIES] GADI {gaddi=n} [n -S] GADS <gad=v> [v] GAED <gae=v> [v] GAEN <gae=v> [v] GAES <gae=v> [v] GAFF to catch a fish with a sharp hook [v -ED, -ING, -S] GAGA {crazy=adj} [adj] GAGE to pledge as security [v GAGED, GAGING, GAGES] GAGS <gag=v> [v] GAIN to {acquire=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : GAINABLE [adj] GAIT to train a horse to move in a particular way [v -ED, -ING, -S] GALA a {celebration=n} [n -S] GALE a strong wind [n -S] GALL to vex or irritate [v -ED, -ING, -S] GALS <gal=n> [n] GAMA a pasture grass [n -S] GAMB a leg [n -S] GAME {plucky=adj} [adj GAMER, GAMEST] / to {gamble=v} [v GAMED, GAMING, GAMES] GAMP a large umbrella [n -S] GAMS <gam=v> [v] GAMY {plucky=adj} [adj GAMIER, GAMIEST] GANE <gae=v> [v] GANG to form into a gang (a group) [v -ED, -ING, -S] GAOL to {jail=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GAPE to stare with open mouth [v GAPED, GAPING, GAPES] GAPS <gap=v> [v] GAPY infested with gapeworms [adj] GARB to {clothe=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S]

GARS <gar=v> [v] GASH {knowing=adj} [adj GASHER, GASHEST] / to make a long deep cut in [v -ED, -I NG, -ES] GASP to breathe convulsively [v -ED, -ING, -S] GAST to {scare=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GATE to supply with a gate (a movable barrier) [v GATED, GATING, GATES] GATS <gat=n> [n] GAUD a showy ornament [n -S] GAUM to {smear=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GAUN <gae=v> [v] GAUR a wild ox [n -S] GAVE <give=v> [v] GAWK to stare stupidly [v -ED, -ING, -S] GAWP to stare stupidly [v -ED, -ING, -S] GAYS <gay=n> [n] GAZE to look intently [v GAZED, GAZING, GAZES] GEAR to provide with gears (toothed machine parts) [v -ED, -ING, -S] GECK to {mock=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GEDS <ged=n> [n] GEED <gee=v> [v] GEEK a carnival performer [n -S] GEES <gee=v> [v] GEEZ {jeez=interj} [interj] GELD to {castrate=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GELS <gel=v> [v] GELT {money=n} [n -S] GEMS <gem=v> [v] GENE a hereditary unit [n -S] GENS a type of {clan=n} [n GENTES] GENT a {gentleman=n} [n -S] GENU the knee [n GENUA] GERM a microorganism that causes disease [n -S] GEST a {feat=n} [n -S] GETA a Japanese wooden clog [n -S] GETS <get=v> [v] GEUM a perennial herb [n -S] GHAT a passage leading down to a river [n -S] GHEE a kind of liquid butter made in India [n -S] GHIS <ghi=n> [n] GIBE to {jeer=v} [v GIBED, GIBING, GIBES] : GIBINGLY [adv] GIBS <gib=v> [v] GIDS <gid=n> [n] GIED <gie=v> [v] GIEN <gie=v> [v] GIES <gie=v> [v] GIFT to present with a gift (something given without charge) [v -ED, -ING, -S] GIGA a {gigue=n} [n GIGHE] GIGS <gig=v> [v] GILD to cover with a thin layer of gold [v GILDED or GILT, GILDING, GILDS] GILL to catch fish with a type of net [v -ED, -ING, -S] GILT the gold with which something is gilded [n -S] GIMP to {limp=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GINK a fellow [n -S] GINS <gin=v> [v] GIPS <gip=v> [v] GIRD to {surround=v} [v GIRDED or GIRT, GIRDING, GIRDS] GIRL a female {child=n} [n -S] GIRN to {snarl=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GIRO an {autogiro=n} [n -ROS] GIRT to {gird=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S]

GIST the main point of a matter [n -S] GITE a vacation retreat in France [n -S] GITS <git=v> [v] GIVE to transfer freely to another's possession [v GAVE, GIVEN, GIVING, GIVES] : GIVEABLE [adj] GLAD feeling pleasure [adj GLADDER, GLADDEST] / to {gladden=v} [v GLADDED, GLADD ING, GLADS] GLAM glitzy attractiveness [n -S] GLED {glede=n} [n -S] GLEE an unaccompanied song [n -S] GLEG {alert=adj} [adj] : GLEGLY [adv] GLEN a small {valley=n} [n -S] : GLENLIKE [adj] GLEY a clay soil layer [n GLEYS] : GLEYED [adj] GLIA supporting tissue that binds nerve tissue [n -S] GLIB {fluent=adj} [adj GLIBBER, GLIBBEST] : GLIBLY [adv] GLIM a light or lamp [n -S] GLOB a rounded mass [n -S] GLOM to {steal=v} [v GLOMMED, GLOMMING, GLOMS] GLOP to cover with glop (a messy mass or mixture) [v GLOPPED, GLOPPING, GLOPS] GLOW to emit light and heat [v -ED, -ING, -S] GLUE to fasten with glue (an adhesive substance) [v GLUED, GLUING or GLUEING, GL UES] GLUG to make a gurgling sound [v GLUGGED, GLUGGING, GLUGS] GLUM being in low spirits [adj GLUMMER, GLUMMEST] : GLUMLY [adv] / {glumness=n} [n -S] GLUT to feed or fill to excess [v GLUTTED, GLUTTING, GLUTS] GNAR to {snarl=v} [v GNARRED, GNARRING, GNARS] GNAT a small winged insect [n -S] GNAW to wear away by persistent biting [v GNAWED, GNAWN, GNAWING, GNAWS] : GNAWA BLE [adj] GNUS <gnu=n> [n] GOAD to drive animals with a goad (a pointed stick) [v -ED, -ING, -S] GOAL to score a goal (a point-scoring play in some games) [v -ED, -ING, -S] GOAS <goa=n> [n] GOAT a horned mammal [n -S] GOBO a device used to shield a microphone from extraneous sounds [n -BOS or -BOE S] GOBS <gob=v> [v] GOBY a small fish [n GOBIES] GODS <god=v> [v] GOER one that {goes=v} [n -S] GOES <go=v> [v] GOGO a {discotheque=n} [n -GOS] GOLD {golden=adj} [adj GOLDER, GOLDEST] / a precious metallic element [n -S] GOLF to play golf (a type of ball game) [v -ED, -ING, -S] GONE departed [adj] GONG to make the sound of a gong (a disk-shaped percussion instrument) [v -ED, ING, -S] GOOD having positive or desirable qualities [adj BETTER, BEST] / something that is good [n -S] GOOF to {blunder=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GOOK {goo=n} [n -S] : GOOKY [adj] GOON a hired thug [n -S] GOOP goo, gunk [n -S] GOOS <goo=n> [n] GORE to pierce with a horn or tusk [v GORED, GORING, GORES] GORM to {gaum=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GORP a snack for quick energy [n -S] GORY {bloody=adj} [adj GORIER, GORIEST] GOSH used as an exclamation of surprise [interj]

GOTH a morbid style of rock music [n -S] GOUT a metabolic disease [n -S] GOWD {gold=n} [n -S] GOWK a fool [n -S] GOWN to dress in a gown (a long, loose outer garment) [v -ED, -ING, -S] GRAB to grasp suddenly [v GRABBED, GRABBING, GRABS] GRAD a graduate [n -S] GRAM a unit of mass and weight [n -S] GRAN a {grandmother=n} [n -S] GRAT <greet=v> [v] GRAY of a color between white and black [adj GRAYER, GRAYEST] / to make {gray=ad j} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GREE to {agree=v} [v GREED, GREEING, GREES] GREW <grow=v> [v] GREY {gray=adj} [adj GREYER, GREYEST] / to {gray=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GRID a {grating=n} [n -S] : GRIDDED [adj] GRIG a lively person [n -S] GRIM stern and unrelenting [adj GRIMMER, GRIMMEST] GRIN to smile broadly [v GRINNED, GRINNING, GRINS] GRIP to {grasp=v} [v GRIPPED or GRIPT, GRIPPING, GRIPS] GRIT to press the teeth together [v GRITTED, GRITTING, GRITS] GROG a mixture of liquor and water [n -S] GROK to understand intuitively [v GROKKED, GROKKING, GROKS] GROT a {grotto=n} [n -S] GROW to {cultivate=v} [v GREW, GROWN, GROWING, GROWS] : GROWABLE [adj] GRUB to {dig=v} [v GRUBBED, GRUBBING, GRUBS] GRUE a shudder of fear [n -S] GRUM {morose=adj} [adj GRUMMER, GRUMMEST] GUAN a large bird [n -S] GUAR a drought-tolerant legume [n -S] GUCK a messy substance [n -S] GUDE {good=n} [n -S] GUFF foolish talk [n -S] GUID {good=n} [n -S] GULF to swallow up [v -ED, -ING, -S] GULL to {deceive=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GULP to swallow rapidly [v -ED, -ING, -S] GULS <gul=n> [n] GUMS <gum=v> [v] GUNK filthy, sticky, or greasy matter [n -S] GUNS <gun=v> [v] GURU a Hindu spiritual teacher [n -S] GUSH to flow forth forcefully [v -ED, -ING, -ES] GUST to blow in gusts (sudden blasts of wind) [v -ED, -ING, -S] GUTS <gut=v> [v] GUVS <guv=n> [n] GUYS <guy=v> [v] GYBE to shift from side to side while sailing [v GYBED, GYBING, GYBES] GYMS <gym=n> [n] GYPS <gyp=v> [v] GYRE to move in a circle or spiral [v GYRED, GYRING, GYRES] GYRI <gyrus=n> [n] GYRO a {gyroscope=n} [n -ROS] GYVE to {shackle=v} [v GYVED, GYVING, GYVES] HAAF a deep-sea fishing ground [n -S] HAAR a fog [n -S] HABU a poisonous snake [n -S] HACK to cut or chop roughly [v -ED, -ING, -S] : HACKABLE [adj] HADE to {incline=v} [v HADED, HADING, HADES] HADJ a pilgrimage to Mecca [n -ES]

HAED <hae=v> [v] HAEM {heme=n} [n -S] HAEN <hae=v> [v] HAES <hae=v> [v] HAET a small amount [n -S] HAFT to supply with a handle [v -ED, -ING, -S] HAGS <hag=v> [v] HAHA a fence set in a ditch [n -S] HAHS <hah=n> [n] HAIK an outer garment worn by Arabs [n HAIKS or HAIKA] HAIL to {welcome=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HAIR a threadlike growth [n -S] HAJI {hadji=n} [n -S] HAJJ {hadj=n} [n -ES] HAKE a marine fish [n -S] HAKU a crown of flowers [n -S] HALE {healthy=adj} [adj HALER, HALEST] / to compel to go [v HALED, HALING, HALES ] HALF one of two equal parts [n HALVES] HALL a large room for assembly [n -S] HALM {haulm=n} [n -S] HALO to form a halo (a ring of light) [v -ED, -ING, -ES or -S] HALT to {stop=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HAME a part of a horse collar [n -S] HAMS <ham=v> [v] HAND to present with the hand (the end of the forearm) [v -ED, -ING, -S] HANG to attach from above only [v HUNG or HANGED, HANGING, HANGS] : HANGABLE [ad j] HANK to fasten a sail [v -ED, -ING, -S] HANT to {haunt=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HAPS <hap=v> [v] HARD firm and unyielding [adj HARDER, HARDEST] HARE to {run=v} [v HARED, HARING, HARES] HARK to listen to [v -ED, -ING, -S] HARL a {herl=n} [n -S] HARM to {injure=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HARP to play on a harp (a type of stringed musical instrument) [v -ED, -ING, -S] HART a male {deer=n} [n -S] HASH to {mince=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] HASP to fasten with a clasp [v -ED, -ING, -S] HAST <have=v> [v] HATE to {despise=v} [v HATED, HATING, HATES] HATH <have=v> [v] HATS <hat=v> [v] HAUL to pull with force [v -ED, -ING, -S] HAUT {haute=adj} [adj] HAVE a wealthy person [n -S] / to be in possession of [v past 2d person sing. HA D, HADDEST or HADST, present participle HAVING, present 2d person sing. HAVE or HAST, 3d person sing. HAS or HATH] HAWK to {peddle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HAWS <haw=v> [v] HAYS <hay=v> [v] HAZE to subject to a humiliating initiation [v HAZED, HAZING, HAZES] HAZY {unclear=adj} [adj HAZIER, HAZIEST] HEAD to be chief of [v -ED, -ING, -S] HEAL to make sound or whole [v -ED, -ING, -S] : HEALABLE [adj] HEAP to pile up [v -ED, -ING, -S] HEAR to perceive by the ear [v HEARD, HEARING, HEARS] : HEARABLE [adj] HEAT to make {hot=adj} [v HEATED or HET, HEATING, HEATS] : HEATABLE [adj] HECK hell [n -S]

HEED to pay attention to [v -ED, -ING, -S] HEEL to supply with a heel (the raised part of a shoe) [v -ED, -ING, -S] HEFT to lift up [v -ED, -ING, -S] HEHS <heh=n> [n] HEIL to {salute=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HEIR to {inherit=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HELD <hold=v> [v] HELL to behave raucously [v -ED, -ING, -S] HELM to steer a ship [v -ED, -ING, -S] HELO a helicopter [n HELOS] HELP to give assistance to [v HELPED or HOLP, HELPED or HOLPEN, HELPING, HELPS] : HELPABLE [adj] HEME a component of hemoglobin [n -S] HEMP a tall herb [n -S] HEMS <hem=v> [v] HENS <hen=n> [n] HENT to {grasp=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HERB a flowering plant with a nonwoody stem [n -S] HERD to bring together in a herd (a group of animals) [v -ED, -ING, -S] HERE this place [n -S] HERL a feathered fishing lure [n -S] HERM a type of {statue=n} [n -S] HERN a {heron=n} [n -S] HERO a {hoagie=n} [n -ROES or -ROS] HERS the possessive case of the pronoun she [pron] HEST a command [n -S] HETH a Hebrew letter [n -S] HETS <het=n> [n] HEWN <hew=v> [v] HEWS <hew=v> [v] HICK a rural person [n -S] : HICKISH [adj] HIDE to {conceal=v} [v HID, HIDDEN, HIDING, HIDES] / to {flog=v} [v HIDED, HIDIN G, HIDES] HIED <hie=v> [v] HIES <hie=v> [v] HIGH reaching far upward [adj HIGHER, HIGHEST] / a high level [n -S] HIKE to walk a long distance [v HIKED, HIKING, HIKES] HILA <hilum=n> [n] HILI <hilus=n> [n] HILL to form into a hill (a rounded elevation) [v -ED, -ING, -S] HILT to provide with a hilt (a handle for a weapon) [v -ED, -ING, -S] HIMS <him=n> [n] HIND a female red deer [n -S] HINS <hin=n> [n] HINT to suggest indirectly [v -ED, -ING, -S] HIPS <hip=v> [v] HIRE to engage the services of for payment [v HIRED, HIRING, HIRES] : HIREABLE [ adj] HISN {his=pron} [pron] HISS to make a sibilant sound [v -ED, -ING, -ES] HIST to {hoist=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HITS <hit=v> [v] HIVE to cause to enter a hive (a bee's nest) [v HIVED, HIVING, HIVES] HOAR a white coating [n -S] HOAX to {deceive=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] HOBO to live like a hobo (a vagrant or tramp) [v -ED, -ING, -S or -ES] HOBS <hob=v> [v] HOCK to {pawn=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HODS <hod=n> [n] HOED <hoe=v> [v]

HOER one that {hoes=v} [n -S] HOES <hoe=v> [v] HOGG a young sheep [n -S] HOGS <hog=v> [v] HOKE to give false value to [v HOKED, HOKING, HOKES] HOLD to maintain possession of [v HELD, HOLDEN, HOLDING, HOLDS] : HOLDABLE [adj] HOLE to make a hole (a cavity in a solid) [v HOLED, HOLING, HOLES] HOLK to {howk=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOLM an island in a river [n -S] HOLP <help=v> [v] HOLS a vacation [n] HOLT a {grove=n} [n -S] HOLY having a divine nature or origin [adj -LIER, -LIEST] / a holy place [n -LIE S] HOME to return to one's home (place of residence) [v HOMED, HOMING, HOMES] HOMO a member of the genus that includes modern man [n HOMINES or HOMOS] HOMY {homey=adj} [adj HOMIER, HOMIEST] HONE to {sharpen=v} [v HONED, HONING, HONES] HONG a Chinese factory [n -S] HONK to emit a cry like that of a goose [v -ED, -ING, -S] HONS <hon=n> [n] HOOD to furnish with a hood (a covering for the head) [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOOF the hard covering on the feet of certain animals [n HOOVES or HOOFS] / to { dance=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOOK to catch with a hook (a bent piece of metal) [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOOP to fasten with a hoop (a circular band of metal) [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOOT to cry like an owl [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOPE to have a desire or expectation [v HOPED, HOPING, HOPES] HOPS <hop=v> [v] HORA an Israeli dance [n -S] HORN to form a horn (a hard, bonelike projection of the head) [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOSE stockings or socks [n HOSEN] / to spray with water [v HOSED, HOSING, HOSES] HOST to entertain socially [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOTS <hot=v> [v] HOUR a period of sixty minutes [n -S] HOVE <heave=v> [v] HOWE a {valley=n} [n -S] HOWF a place frequently visited [n -S] HOWK to {dig=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOWL to cry like a dog [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOWS <how=n> [n] HOYA a flowering plant [n -S] HOYS <hoy=n> [n] HUBS <hub=n> [n] HUCK a durable fabric [n -S] HUED <hue=n> [adj] HUES <hue=n> [n] HUFF to breathe heavily [v -ED, -ING, -S] HUGE very large [adj HUGER, HUGEST] : HUGELY [adv] HUGS <hug=v> [v] HUIC used to encourage hunting hounds [interj] HULA a Hawaiian dance [n -S] HULK to appear impressively large [v -ED, -ING, -S] HULL to remove the shell from a seed [v -ED, -ING, -S] HUMP to arch into a hump (a rounded protuberance) [v -ED, -ING, -S] HUMS <hum=v> [v] HUNG <hang=v> [v] HUNH used to ask for a repetition of an utterance [interj] HUNK a large piece [n -S] HUNS <hun=n> [n]

HUNT dv] HURL HURT HUSH HUSK HUTS HWAN HYLA HYMN HYPE HYPO HYPS HYTE IAMB IBEX IBIS ICED ICES ICHS ICKY ICON IDEA IDEM IDES IDLE LES] IDLY IDOL IDYL IFFY IGGS IGLU IKAT IKON ILEA ILEX ILIA ILKA ILKS ILLS ILLY IMAM IMID IMMY IMPI IMPS INBY INCH INFO INIA INKS INKY INLY INNS INRO INTI INTO IONS IOTA

to pursue for food or sport [v -ED, -ING, -S] : HUNTABLE [adj], HUNTEDLY [a to throw with great force [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {injure=v} [v HURT, HURTING, HURTS] to {quiet=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] : HUSHEDLY [adv] to remove the husk (the outer covering) from [v -ED, -ING, -S] <hut=v> [v] a monetary unit of South Korea [n HWAN] a tree frog [n -S] to sing a hymn (a song of praise to God) [v -ED, -ING, -S] to promote extravagantly [v HYPED, HYPING, HYPES] to inject with a hypodermic needle [v -ED, -ING, -S] <hyp=n> [n] {insane=adj} [adj] a type of metrical foot [n -S] a wild goat [n IBEXES or IBICES] a wading bird [n IBISES] <ice=v> [v] <ice=v> [v] <ich=n> [n] {repulsive=adj} [adj ICKIER, ICKIEST] : ICKILY [adv] a {representation=n} [n -S or -ES] : ICONIC, ICONICAL [adj] a conception existing in the mind [n -S] : IDEALESS [adj] the same [adj] a certain day in the ancient Roman calendar [n IDES] {inactive=adj} [adj IDLER, IDLEST] / to pass time idly [v IDLED, IDLING, ID in an idle manner [adv] an object of worship [n -S] a poem or prose work depicting scenes of rural simplicity [n -S] full of uncertainty [adj IFFIER, IFFIEST] <igg=v> [v] {igloo=n} [n -S] a fabric of tie-dyed yarns [n -S] {icon=n} [n -S] <ileum=n> [n] a {holly=n} [n -ES] <ilium=n> [n] {each=adj} [adj] <ilk=n> [n] <ill=n> [n] {badly=adv} [adv] a Muslim priest [n -S] {imide=n} [n -S] a type of playing marble [n -MIES] a body of warriors [n -S] <imp=v> [v] {inward=adv} [adv] to move very slowly [v -ED, -ING, -ES] {information=n} [n -FOS] <inion=n> [n] <ink=v> [v] resembling ink [adj INKIER, INKIEST] {inwardly=adv} [adv] <inn=v> [v] a Japanese ornamental container [n INRO] a monetary unit of Peru [n -S] to the inside of [prep] <ion=n> [n] a Greek letter [n -S]

IRED <ire=v> [v] IRES <ire=v> [v] IRID a plant of the iris family [n -S] IRIS a part of the eye [n IRISES or IRIDES] / to give the form of a rainbow to [ v -ED, -ING, -ES] IRKS <irk=v> [v] IRON to furnish with iron (a metallic element) [v -ED, -ING, -S] ISBA a Russian log hut [n -S] ISLE to place on an isle (a small island) [v ISLED, ISLING, ISLES] ISMS <ism=n> [n] ITCH to have an uneasy or tingling skin sensation [v -ED, -ING, -ES] ITEM to {itemize=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] IWIS {certainly=adv} [adv] IXIA a flowering plant [n -S] IZAR an outer garment worn by Muslim women [n -S] JABS <jab=v> [v] JACK to raise with a type of lever [v -ED, -ING, -S] JADE to {weary=v} [v JADED, JADING, JADES] : JADEDLY [adv] JAGG to {jag=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] JAGS <jag=v> [v] JAIL to put in jail (a place of confinement) [v -ED, -ING, -S] : JAILABLE [adj] JAKE all right; fine [adj] JAMB to {jam=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] JAMS <jam=v> [v] JANE a girl or woman [n -S] JAPE to {mock=v} [v JAPED, JAPING, JAPES] JARL a Scandinavian nobleman [n -S] JARS <jar=v> [v] JATO a takeoff aided by jet propulsion [n -TOS] JAUK to {dawdle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] JAUP to {splash=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] JAVA {coffee=n} [n -S] JAWS <jaw=v> [v] JAYS <jay=n> [n] JAZZ to {enliven=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] JEAN a durable cotton fabric [n -S] : JEANED [adj] JEED <jee=v> [v] JEEP to travel by a small type of motor vehicle [v -ED, -ING, -S] JEER to {mock=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] JEES <jee=v> [v] JEEZ used as a mild oath [interj] JEFE a {chief=n} [n -S] JEHU a fast driver [n -S] JELL to {congeal=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] JEON a monetary unit of South Korea [n JEON] JERK to move with a sharp, sudden motion [v -ED, -ING, -S] JESS to fasten straps around the legs of a hawk [v -ED, -ING, -ES] JEST to {joke=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] JETE a ballet leap [n -S] JETS <jet=v> [v] JEUX <jeu=n> [n] JIAO {chiao=n} [n JIAO] JIBB to shift from side to side while sailing [v -ED, -ING, -S] JIBE to {gibe=v} [v JIBED, JIBING, JIBES] : JIBINGLY [adv] JIBS <jib=v> [v] JIFF {jiffy=n} [n -S] JIGS <jig=v> [v] JILL a unit of liquid measure [n -S] JILT to reject a lover [v -ED, -ING, -S] JIMP {natty=adj} [adj JIMPER, JIMPEST] : JIMPLY [adv]

JINK to move quickly out of the way [v -ED, -ING, -S] JINN a supernatural being in Muslim mythology [n -S] JINS <jin=n> [n] JINX to bring bad luck to [v -ED, -ING, -ES] JIVE to play jazz or swing music [v JIVED, JIVING, JIVES] JIVY {jivey=adj} [adj JIVIER, JIVIEST] JOBS <job=v> [v] JOCK an athletic supporter [n -S] JOES <joe=n> [n] JOEY a young kangaroo [n -EYS] JOGS <jog=v> [v] JOHN a toilet [n -S] JOIN to {unite=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : JOINABLE [adj] JOKE to say something amusing [v JOKED, JOKING, JOKES] JOKY {jokey=adj} [adj JOKIER, JOKIEST] JOLE {jowl=n} [n -S] JOLT to jar or shake roughly [v -ED, -ING, -S] JOSH to {tease=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] JOSS a Chinese idol [n -ES] JOTA a Spanish dance [n -S] JOTS <jot=v> [v] JOUK to {dodge=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] JOWL the fleshy part under the lower jaw [n -S] : JOWLED [adj] JOWS <jow=v> [v] JOYS <joy=v> [v] JUBA a lively dance [n -S] JUBE a platform in a church [n -S] JUCO a junior college [n -COS] JUDO a form of jujitsu [n -DOS] JUGA <jugum=n> [n] JUGS <jug=v> [v] JUJU an object regarded as having magical power [n -S] JUKE to fake out of position [v JUKED, JUKING, JUKES] JUKU an additional school in Japan for preparing students for college [n -S] JUMP to spring off the ground [v -ED, -ING, -S] : JUMPABLE [adj] JUNK to discard as trash [v -ED, -ING, -S] JUPE a woman's jacket [n -S] JURA <jus=n> [n] JURY to select material for exhibition [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] JUST acting in conformity with what is morally good [adj JUSTER, JUSTEST] / to { joust=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] JUTE a strong, coarse fiber [n -S] JUTS <jut=v> [v] KAAS {kas=n} [n KAAS] KABS <kab=n> [n] KADI {cadi=n} [n -S] KAES <kae=n> [n] KAFS <kaf=n> [n] KAGU a flightless bird [n -S] KAIF {kef=n} [n -S] KAIL {kale=n} [n -S] KAIN a tax paid in produce or livestock [n -S] KAKA a parrot [n -S] KAKI a Japanese tree [n -S] KALE a variety of cabbage [n -S] KAME a mound of detrital material [n -S] KAMI a sacred power or force [n KAMI] KANA the Japanese syllabic script [n -S] KANE {kain=n} [n -S] KAON a type of {meson=n} [n -S] : KAONIC [adj]

KAPA a coarse cloth [n -S] KAPH a Hebrew letter [n -S] KARN {cairn=n} [n -S] KART a small motor vehicle [n -S] KATA an exercise of set movements [n -S] KATS <kat=n> [n] KAVA a tropical shrub [n -S] KAYO to knock out [v -ED, -ING, -S or -ES] KAYS <kay=n> [n] KBAR a {kilobar=n} [n -S] KEAS <kea=n> [n] KECK to {retch=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] KEEF {kef=n} [n -S] KEEK to {peep=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] KEEL to {capsize=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] KEEN {enthusiastic=adj} [adj KEENER, KEENEST] / to wail loudly over the dead [v -ED, -ING, -S] KEEP to continue to possess [v KEPT, KEEPING, KEEPS] : KEEPABLE [adj] KEET a young guinea fowl [n -S] KEFS <kef=n> [n] KEGS <keg=v> [v] KEIR {kier=n} [n -S] KELP to burn a type of seaweed [v -ED, -ING, -S] KELT a salmon that has spawned [n -S] KEMP a champion [n -S] KENO a game of chance [n -NOS] KENS <ken=v> [v] KENT <ken=v> [v] KEPI a type of cap [n -S] KEPS <kep=v> [v] KEPT <keep=v> [v] KERB to provide with curbing [v -ED, -ING, -S] KERF to make an incision with a cutting tool [v -ED, -ING, -S] KERN to be formed with a projecting typeface [v -ED, -ING, -S] KETO of or pertaining to ketone [adj] KEYS <key=v> [v] KHAF {kaph=n} [n -S] KHAN an Asian ruler [n -S] KHAT {kat=n} [n -S] KHET {heth=n} [n -S] KHIS <khi=n> [n] KIBE a sore caused by exposure to cold [n -S] KICK to strike out with the foot or feet [v -ED, -ING, -S] : KICKABLE [adj] KIDS <kid=v> [v] KIEF {kef=n} [n -S] KIER a vat for boiling and dyeing fabrics [n -S] KIFS <kif=n> [n] KILL to cause to die [v -ED, -ING, -S] : KILLABLE [adj] KILN to bake in a type of oven [v -ED, -ING, -S] KILO a kilogram or kilometer [n KILOS] KILT to make creases or pleats in [v -ED, -ING, -S] KINA a monetary unit of Papua New Guinea [n -S] KIND having a gentle, giving nature [adj KINDER, KINDEST] / a class of similar o r related objects or individuals [n -S] KINE a type of television tube [n -S] KING to reign as king (a male monarch) [v -ED, -ING, -S] KINK to form a tight curl or bend in [v -ED, -ING, -S] KINO a gum resin [n -NOS] KINS <kin=n> [n] KIPS <kip=v> [v]

KIRK a church [n -S] KIRN to {churn=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] KIRS <kir=n> [n] KISS to touch with the lips as a sign of affection [v -ED, -ING, -ES] : KISSABLE [adj], KISSABLY [adv] KIST a chest, box, or coffin [n -S] KITE to obtain money or credit fraudulently [v KITED, KITING, KITES] KITH one's friends and neighbors [n -S] KITS <kit=v> [v] KIVA an underground ceremonial chamber [n -S] KIWI a flightless bird [n -S] KLIK {klick=n} [n -S] KNAP to strike sharply [v KNAPPED, KNAPPING, KNAPS] KNAR a bump on a tree [n -S] : KNARRED, KNARRY [adj] KNEE to strike with the knee (a joint of the leg) [v KNEED, KNEEING, KNEES] KNEW <know=v> [v] KNIT to make a fabric or garment by joining loops of yarn [v KNITTED, KNITTING, KNITS] KNOB a rounded protuberance [n -S] : KNOBBED, KNOBLIKE [adj] KNOP a {knob=n} [n -S] : KNOPPED [adj] KNOT to tie in a knot (a closed loop) [v KNOTTED, KNOTTING, KNOTS] KNOW to have a true understanding of [v KNEW, KNOWN, KNOWING, KNOWS] : KNOWABLE [adj] KNUR a bump on a tree [n -S] KOAN a paradox meditated on by Buddhist monks [n -S] KOAS <koa=n> [n] KOBO a monetary unit of Nigeria [n -BOS] KOBS <kob=n> [n] KOEL an Australian bird [n -S] KOHL a type of eye makeup [n -S] KOIS <koi=n> [n] KOJI a fungus used to start fermentation [n -S] KOLA {cola=n} [n -S] KOLO a European folk dance [n -LOS] KONK {conk=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] KOOK an eccentric person [n -S] KOPH a Hebrew letter [n -S] KOPS <kop=n> [n] KORA a stringed African musical instrument [n -S] KORE an ancient Greek statue of a young woman [n -RAI] KORS <kor=n> [n] KOSS {kos=n} [n KOSS] KOTO a musical instrument [n -TOS] KRIS a short sword [n -ES] KUDO award; honor [n -DOS] KUDU a large {antelope=n} [n -S] KUES <kue=n> [n] KUFI a brimless hat [n -S] KUNA a monetary unit of Croatia [n KUNE] KUNE <kuna=n> [n] KURU a disease of the nervous system [n -S] KVAS {kvass=n} [n -ES] KYAK a kayak (an Eskimo canoe) [n -S] KYAR {coir=n} [n -S] KYAT a monetary unit of Myanmar [n -S] KYES <kye=n> [n] KYTE the stomach [n -S] LABS <lab=n> [n] LACE to fasten by means of a lace (a cord for drawing together two edges) [v LAC ED, LACING, LACES]

LACK to be without [v -ED, -ING, -S] LACS <lac=n> [n] LACY resembling {lacework=n} [adj LACIER, LACIEST] LADE to load with a cargo [v LADED, LADEN, LADING, LADES] LADS <lad=n> [n] LADY a woman of refinement and gentle manners [n -DIES] LAGS <lag=v> [v] LAIC a {layman=n} [n -S] : LAICAL [adj], LAICALLY [adv] LAID <lay=v> [v] LAIN <lie=v> [v] LAIR to live in a lair (a wild animal's resting or dwelling place) [v -ED, -ING, -S] LAKE a sizable inland body of water [n -S] : LAKELIKE [adj] LAKH the sum of one hundred thousand [n -S] LAKY of the color of blood [adj LAKIER, LAKIEST] LALL to articulate the letter R as L [v -ED, -ING, -S] LAMA a Buddhist monk [n -S] LAMB to give birth to a lamb (a young sheep) [v -ED, -ING, -S] LAME physically disabled [adj LAMER, LAMEST] / to make {lame=adj} [v LAMED, LAMI NG, LAMES] LAMP to look at [v -ED, -ING, -S] LAMS <lam=v> [v] LAND to set down upon land (solid ground) [v -ED, -ING, -S] LANE a narrow passageway [n -S] LANG {long=adj} [adj] LANK long and slender [adj LANKER, LANKEST] : LANKLY [adv] LAPS <lap=v> [v] LARD to coat with lard (the melted fat of hogs) [v -ED, -ING, -S] LARI a monetary unit of Maldives [n -S] LARK to behave playfully [v -ED, -ING, -S] LARS <lar=n> [n] LASE to function as a laser [v LASED, LASING, LASES] LASH to strike with a whip [v -ED, -ING, -ES] LASS a young woman [n -ES] LAST to continue in existence [v -ED, -ING, -S] LATE coming or occurring after the expected time [adj LATER, LATEST] LATH to cover with laths (thin strips of wood) [v -ED, -ING, -S] LATI <lats=n> [n] LATS a monetary unit of Latvia [n LATI or LATU] LATU <lats=n> [n] LAUD to {praise=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] LAVA molten rock that issues from a volcano [n -S] LAVE to {wash=v} [v LAVED, LAVING, LAVES] LAVS <lav=n> [n] LAWN an area of grass-covered land [n -S] : LAWNY [adj] LAWS <law=v> [v] LAYS <lay=v> [v] LAZE to pass time lazily [v LAZED, LAZING, LAZES] LAZY disinclined toward work or exertion [adj LAZIER, LAZIEST] / to move or lie lazily [v LAZIED, LAZYING, LAZIES] LEAD to cover with lead (a heavy metallic element) [v -ED, -ING, -S] / to show t he way to by going in advance [v LED, LEADING, LEADS] LEAF a usually green, flattened organ of vascular plants [n LEAVES] / to turn pa ges rapidly [v -ED, -ING, -S] LEAK to permit the escape of something through a breach or flaw [v -ED, -ING, -S ] LEAL {loyal=adj} [adj] : LEALLY [adv] LEAN having little fat [adj LEANER, LEANEST] : LEANLY [adv] / to deviate from a vertical position [v LEANED or LEANT, LEANING, LEANS] LEAP to spring off the ground [v LEAPED or LEAPT or LEPT, LEAPING, LEAPS]

LEAR {learning=n} [n -S] LEAS <lea=n> [n] LECH to engage in {lechery=n} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] LEEK an herb used in cookery [n -S] LEER to look with a sideways glance [v -ED, -ING, -S] LEES <lee=n> [n] LEET a former English court for petty offenses [n -S] LEFT pertaining to the side of the body to the north when one faces east [adj LE FTER, LEFTEST] / the left side or hand [n -S] LEGS <leg=v> [v] LEHR a type of {oven=n} [n -S] LEIS <lei=n> [n] LEKE <lek=n> [n] LEKS <lek=n> [n] LEKU <lek=n> [n] LEND to give the temporary use of [v LENT, LENDING, LENDS] : LENDABLE [adj] LENO a style of weaving [n -NOS] LENS a piece of transparent material used in changing the convergence of light r ays [n -ES] : LENSLESS [adj] / to make a film of [v -ED, -ING, -ES] LENT <lend=v> [v] LEPT <leap=v> [v] LESS not as great in quantity or degree [adj LESSER, LEAST] LEST for fear that [conj] LETS <let=v> [v] LEUD a feudal vassal [n -S or -ES] LEVA <lev=n> [n] LEVO turning toward the left [adj] LEVY to impose or collect by legal authority [v LEVIED, LEVYING, LEVIES] LEWD {obscene=adj} [adj LEWDER, LEWDEST] : LEWDLY [adv] LEYS <ley=n> [n] LIAR one that speaks falsely [n -S] LIBS <lib=n> [n] LICE <louse=n> [n] LICH a {corpse=n} [n -ES] LICK to pass the tongue over the surface of [v -ED, -ING, -S] LIDO a fashionable beach resort [n -DOS] LIDS <lid=v> [v] LIED a German song [n LIEDER] LIEF {willing=adj} [adj LIEFER, LIEFEST] : LIEFLY [adv] LIEN a legal right to hold or sell a debtor's property [n -S] LIER one that lies or reclines [n -S] LIES <lie=v> [v] LIEU place; stead [n -S] LIFE the quality that distinguishes animals and plants from inanimate matter [n LIVES] LIFT to move to a higher position [v -ED, -ING, -S] : LIFTABLE [adj] LIKE possessing the same or almost the same characteristics [adj LIKER, LIKEST] / to find pleasant [v LIKED, LIKING, LIKES] LILO a type of inflatable air mattress -- a trademark [n -S] LILT to sing or speak rhythmically [v -ED, -ING, -S] LILY a flowering plant [n LILIES] : LILYLIKE [adj] LIMA the edible seed of a tropical American plant [n -S] LIMB to cut off the arms or legs of [v -ED, -ING, -S] LIME to treat with lime (a calcium compound) [v LIMED, LIMING, LIMES] LIMN to depict by painting or drawing [v -ED, -ING, -S] LIMO a {limousine=n} [n LIMOS] LIMP lacking rigidity [adj LIMPER, LIMPEST] / to walk lamely [v -ED, -ING, -S] LIMY resembling or containing lime [adj LIMIER, LIMIEST] LINE to mark with lines (slender, continuous marks) [v LINED, LINING, LINES] LING a heath plant [n -S]

LINK to {connect=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : LINKABLE [adj] LINN a {waterfall=n} [n -S] LINO {linoleum=n} [n -NOS] LINS <lin=n> [n] LINT to give off lint (bits of fiber or fluff) [v -ED, -ING, -S] LINY resembling a line [adj LINIER, LINIEST] LION a large, carnivorous feline mammal [n -S] LIPA a monetary unit of Croatia [n LIPE] LIPE <lipa=n> [n] LIPS <lip=v> [v] LIRA a monetary unit of Italy [n LIRE or LIRAS] / a monetary unit of Malta [n LI RI] / a former monetary unit of Israel [n LIROTH or LIROT] LIRE <lira=n> [n] LIRI <lira=n> [n] LISP to pronounce the letters S and Z imperfectly [v -ED, -ING, -S] LIST to write down in a particular order [v -ED, -ING, -S] : LISTABLE [adj] LITE lower in calories or having less of some ingredient [adj] LITS <lit=n> [n] LITU <litas=n> [n] LIVE having life [adj LIVER, LIVEST] / to function as an animal or plant [v LIVE D, LIVING, LIVES] LOAD to place in or on a means of conveyance [v -ED, -ING, -S] LOAF a shaped mass of bread [n LOAVES] / to pass time idly [v -ED, -ING, -S] LOAM to cover with loam (a type of soil) [v -ED, -ING, -S] LOAN to {lend=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : LOANABLE [adj] LOBE a rounded, projecting anatomical part [n -S] : LOBED [adj] LOBO the timber wolf [n -BOS] LOBS <lob=v> [v] LOCA <locus=n> [n] LOCH a {lake=n} [n -S] LOCI <locus=n> [n] LOCK to secure by means of a mechanical fastening device [v -ED, -ING, -S] : LOC KABLE [adj] LOCO {locoweed=n} [n -COS or -COES] / to poison with locoweed [v -ED, -ING, -S] LODE a deposit of ore [n -S] LOFT to store in a loft (an upper room) [v -ED, -ING, -S] LOGE a small compartment [n -S] LOGO an identifying symbol [n LOGOS] LOGS <log=v> [v] LOGY {sluggish=adj} [adj -GIER, -GIEST] LOID to open a spring lock by using a piece of celluloid [v -ED, -ING, -S] LOIN a part of the side and back between the ribs and the hipbone [n -S] LOLL to {lounge=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] LONE having no companions [adj] LONG extending for a considerable distance [adj LONGER, LONGEST] / to desire str ongly [v -ED, -ING, -S] LOOF the palm of the hand [n -S] LOOK to use one's eyes in seeing [v -ED, -ING, -S] LOOM to appear in an enlarged and indistinct form [v -ED, -ING, -S] LOON a diving waterfowl [n -S] LOOP to form loops (circular or oval openings) [v -ED, -ING, -S] LOOS <loo=v> [v] LOOT to {plunder=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] LOPE to run with a steady, easy gait [v LOPED, LOPING, LOPES] LOPS <lop=v> [v] LORD to invest with the power of a lord (a person having dominion over others) [ v -ED, -ING, -S] LORE traditional knowledge or belief [n -S] LORN abandoned [adj] LORY a small parrot [n -RIES]

LOSE to come to be without and be unable to find [v LOST, LOSING, LOSES] : LOSAB LE [adj] LOSS the act of one that {loses=v} [n -ES] LOST not to be found or recovered [adj] LOTA {lotah=n} [n -S] LOTH {loath=adj} [adj] LOTI a monetary unit of Lesotho [n MALOTI] LOTS <lot=v> [v] LOUD strongly audible [adj LOUDER, LOUDEST] LOUP to {leap=v} [v LOUPED, LOUPEN, LOUPING, LOUPS] LOUR to {lower=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] LOUT to bow in respect [v -ED, -ING, -S] LOVE to feel great affection for [v LOVED, LOVING, LOVES] LOWE to {blaze=v} [v LOWED, LOWING, LOWES] LOWN {peaceful=adj} [adj] LOWS <low=v> [v] LUAU a Hawaiian feast [n -S] LUBE to {lubricate=v} [v LUBED, LUBING, LUBES] LUCE a freshwater fish [n -S] LUCK to succeed by chance or good fortune [v -ED, -ING, -S] LUDE a methaqualone pill [n -S] LUES {syphilis=n} [n LUES] LUFF to steer a sailing vessel nearer into the wind [v -ED, -ING, -S] LUGE to race on a luge (a small sled) [v LUGED, LUGEING or LUGING, LUGES] LUGS <lug=v> [v] LULL to cause to sleep or rest [v -ED, -ING, -S] LULU something remarkable [n -S] LUMA a monetary unit of Armenia [n -S] LUMP to make into lumps (shapeless masses) [v -ED, -ING, -S] LUMS <lum=n> [n] LUNA an alchemical designation for silver [n -S] LUNE a crescent-shaped figure [n -S] LUNG a respiratory organ [n -S] LUNK a {lunkhead=n} [n -S] LUNT to emit smoke [v -ED, -ING, -S] LUNY {loony=adj} [adj -NIER, -NIEST] / a {loony=n} [n -NIES] LURE to attract with something desirable [v LURED, LURING, LURES] LURK to wait in concealment [v -ED, -ING, -S] LUSH abounding in {vegetation=n} [adj LUSHER, LUSHEST] : LUSHLY [adv] / to drink to excess [v -ED, -ING, -ES] LUST to have an intense desire [v -ED, -ING, -S] LUTE to play a lute (a stringed musical instrument) [v LUTED, LUTING, LUTES] LUTZ a jump in figure skating [n -ES] LUVS <luv=n> [n] LUXE {luxury=n} [n -S] LWEI a monetary unit of Angola [n -S] LYCH {lich=n} [n -ES] LYES <lye=n> [n] LYNX a short-tailed wildcat [n -ES] LYRE an ancient harp-like instrument [n -S] LYSE to cause to undergo lysis [v LYSED, LYSING, LYSES] MAAR a volcanic crater [n -S] MABE a cultured pearl [n -S] MACE to attack with a clublike weapon [v MACED, MACING, MACES] MACH a number indicating the ratio of the speed of a body to the speed of sound [n -S] MACK {mac=n} [n -S] MACS <mac=n> [n] MADE <make=v> [v] MADS <mad=v> [v]

MAES <mae=n> [n] MAGE a {magician=n} [n -S] MAGI <magus=n> [n] MAGS <mag=n> [n] MAID a {maiden=n} [n -S] : MAIDISH [adj] MAIL to send by a governmental postal system. [v -ED, -ING, -S] : MAILABLE [adj] MAIM to injure so as to cause lasting damage [v -ED, -ING, -S] MAIN the principal part [n -S] MAIR {more=n} [n -S] MAKE to cause to exist [v MADE, MAKING, MAKES] : MAKABLE, MAKEABLE [adj] MAKO a large shark [n -KOS] MALE an individual that begets young by fertilizing the female [n -S] MALL to {maul=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MALM a soft, friable limestone [n -S] MALT to treat or combine with malt (germinated grain) [v -ED, -ING, -S] MAMA mother [n -S] MANA a supernatural force in certain Pacific island religions [n -S] MANE the long hair growing on and about the neck of some animals [n -S] : MANED, MANELESS [adj] MANO a stone used for grinding foods [n -NOS] MANS <man=v> [v] MANY consisting of or amounting to a large number [adj MORE, MOST] MAPS <map=v> [v] MARA a cavy of Argentina [n -S] MARC the residue remaining after a fruit has been pressed [n -S] MARE a dark area on the surface of the moon or Mars [n -RIA] / a mature female h orse [n -S] MARK to make a visible impression on [v -ED, -ING, -S] MARL to fertilize with marl (an earthy deposit containing lime, clay, and sand) [v -ED, -ING, -S] MARS <mar=v> [v] MART to {market=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MASA dough made of dried corn [n -S] MASH to reduce to a pulpy mass [v -ED, -ING, -ES] MASK to cover with a mask (a covering used to disguise the face) [v -ED, -ING, S] : MASKABLE [adj] MASS to assemble in a mass (a body of coherent matter) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] MAST to provide with a mast (a long pole on a ship that supports the sails and r igging) [v -ED, -ING, -S] MATE to join as mates (partners in a union) [v MATED, MATING, MATES] MATH {mathematics=n} [n -S] MATS <mat=v> [v] MATT to {matte=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MAUD a Scottish gray and black plaid [n -S] MAUL to injure by beating [v -ED, -ING, -S] MAUN must -- MAUN is the only form of this verb; it cannot be conjugated [v] MAUT malt [n -S] MAWN <maw=v> [v] MAWS <maw=v> [v] MAXI a long skirt or coat [n -S] MAYA the power to produce illusions, in Hindu philosophy [n -S] : MAYAN [adj] MAYO {mayonnaise=n} [n -YOS] MAYS <may=v> [v] MAZE to {bewilder=v} [v MAZED, MAZING, MAZES] : MAZEDLY [adv] MAZY full of confusing turns and passages [adj MAZIER, MAZIEST] MEAD an alcoholic beverage [n -S] MEAL the food served and eaten in one sitting [n -S] MEAN inferior in grade, quality, or character [adj MEANER, MEANEST] / to {intend =v} [v MEANT, MEANING, MEANS] MEAT animal flesh used as food [n -S] : MEATED [adj]

MEDS <med=n> [n] MEED a deserved reward [n -S] MEEK lacking in spirit and courage [adj MEEKER, MEEKEST] : MEEKLY [adv] MEET to come into the company or presence of [v MET, MEETING, MEETS] MEGA great in size or importance [adj] MEGS <meg=n> [n] MELD to {blend=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MELL to {mix=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MELS <mel=n> [n] MELT to change from a solid to a liquid state by heat [v -ED, -ING, -S] : MELTAB LE [adj] MEME an idea or practice that spreads from person to person [n -S] MEMO a note designating something to be remembered [n MEMOS] MEMS <mem=n> [n] MEND to {repair=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : MENDABLE [adj] MENO less -- used as a musical direction [adv] MENU a list of the dishes available in a restaurant [n -S] MEOU {meow=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MEOW to make the crying sound of a cat [v -ED, -ING, -S] MERC a {mercenary=n} [n -S] MERE being nothing more than [adj MERER, MEREST] : MERELY [adv] / a pond or lake [n -S] MERK a former coin of Scotland [n -S] MERL {merle=n} [n -S] MESA a land formation having a flat top and steep sides [n -S] MESH to {entangle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] MESS to make dirty or untidy [v -ED, -ING, -ES] META pertaining to positions in a benzene ring separated by one carbon atom [adj ] METE to distribute by measure [v METED, METING, METES] METH a stimulant drug [n -S] MEWL to {whimper=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MEWS <mew=v> [v] MEZE a Greek or Middle Eastern appetizer [n -S] MHOS <mho=n> [n] MIBS <mib=n> [n] MICA a mineral [n -S] MICE <mouse=n> [n] MICS <mic=n> [n] MIDI a skirt or coat that extends to the middle of the calf [n -S] MIDS <mid=n> [n] MIEN {demeanor=n} [n -S] MIFF to {annoy=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MIGG {mig=n} [n -S] MIGS <mig=n> [n] MIKE to amplify or record by use of a microphone [v MIKED, MIKING, MIKES] MILD not harsh or rough [adj MILDER, MILDEST] / to {diminish=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S ] MILE a unit of distance [n -S] MILK to draw milk (a whitish, nutritious liquid) from the udder of [v -ED, -ING, -S] MILL to grind by mechanical means [v -ED, -ING, -S] : MILLABLE [adj] MILO a cereal grass [n -LOS] MILS <mil=n> [n] MILT to impregnate with milt (fish sperm) [v -ED, -ING, -S] MIME to {mimic=v} [v MIMED, MIMING, MIMES] MINA an ancient unit of weight and value [n -NAS or -NAE] MIND to {heed=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MINE to dig into for valuable materials [v MINED, MINING, MINES] MINI something distinctively smaller than others of its kind [n -S]

MINK a carnivorous mammal [n -S] MINT to produce by stamping metal, as coins [v -ED, -ING, -S] MINX a pert girl [n -ES] : MINXISH [adj] MIPS million instructions per second [n] MIRE to cause to stick in swampy ground [v MIRED, MIRING, MIRES] MIRI <mir=n> [n] MIRK {murk=adj} [adj MIRKER, MIRKEST] / {murk=n} [n -S] MIRS <mir=n> [n] MIRY {swampy=adj} [adj MIRIER, MIRIEST] MISE an agreement or settlement [n -S] MISO a type of food paste [n -SOS] MISS to fail to make contact with [v -ED, -ING, -ES] MIST to become {blurry=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MITE a small {arachnid=n} [n -S] MITT a type of baseball glove [n -S] MITY infested with mites [adj MITIER, MITIEST] MIXT <mix=v> [v] MOAN to utter a low, mournful sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] MOAS <moa=n> [n] MOAT to surround with a moat (a water-filled trench) [v -ED, -ING, -S] MOBS <mob=v> [v] MOCK to {ridicule=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : MOCKABLE [adj] MOCS <moc=n> [n] MODE a method of doing or acting [n -S] MODI <modus=n> [n] MODS <mod=n> [n] MOGS <mog=v> [v] MOIL to work hard [v -ED, -ING, -S] MOJO a magic charm [n -JOS or -JOES] MOKE a {donkey=n} [n -S] MOLA a marine fish [n -S] MOLD to work into a particular shape [v -ED, -ING, -S] : MOLDABLE [adj] MOLE the quantity of a compound that has a weight equal to the compound's molecu lar weight [n -S] MOLL a gangster's girlfriend [n -S] MOLS <mol=n> [n] MOLT to cast off an outer covering [v -ED, -ING, -S] MOLY a wild garlic [n -LIES] MOME a fool [n -S] MOMI <momus=n> [n] MOMS <mom=n> [n] MONK a man who is a member of a secluded religious order [n -S] MONO an infectious disease [n MONOS] MONS a protuberance of the body [n MONTES] MONY {many=adj} [adj] MOOD a person's emotional state at a particular moment [n -S] MOOL soft soil [n -S] MOON to spend time idly [v -ED, -ING, -S] MOOR to secure a vessel by means of cables [v -ED, -ING, -S] MOOS <moo=v> [v] MOOT to bring up for discussion [v -ED, -ING, -S] MOPE to act in a dejected or gloomy manner [v MOPED, MOPING, MOPES] MOPS <mop=v> [v] MOPY {mopey=adj} [adj MOPIER, MOPIEST] MORA a unit of metrical time in prosody [n -RAE or -RAS] MORE a greater amount [n -S] MORN {morning=n} [n -S] MORS <mor=n> [n] MORT a note sounded on a hunting horn to announce the killing of an animal [n -S ]

MOSH to engage in frenzied dancing with others at a rock concert [v -ED, -ING, ES] MOSK {mosque=n} [n -S] MOSS to cover with moss (a growth of small, leafy-stemmed plants) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] MOST the greatest amount [n -S] MOTE a small {particle=n} [n -S] / {may=v} [v past tense MOSTE] MOTH a winged insect [n -S] MOTS <mot=n> [n] MOTT {motte=n} [n -S] MOUE a pouting grimace [n -S] MOVE to change from one position to another [v MOVED, MOVING, MOVES] MOWN <mow=v> [v] MOWS <mow=v> [v] MOXA a Chinese plant [n -S] MOZO a manual laborer [n -ZOS] MUCH a great amount [n -ES] MUCK to fertilize with manure [v -ED, -ING, -S] MUDS <mud=v> [v] MUFF to {bungle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MUGG to make funny faces [v -ED, -ING, -S] MUGS <mug=v> [v] MULE to strike from dies belonging to two different issues, as a coin [v MULED, MULING, MULES] MULL to {ponder=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MUMM to {mum=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MUMP to {beg=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MUMS <mum=v> [v] MUMU {muumuu=n} [n -S] MUNI a security issued by a state or local government [n -S] MUNS <mun=n> [n] MUON a subatomic particle [n -S] : MUONIC [adj] MURA a Japanese village [n -S] MURE to {immure=v} [v MURED, MURING, MURES] MURK {dark=adj} [adj MURKER, MURKEST] : MURKLY [adv] / {darkness=n} [n -S] MURR {murre=n} [n -S] MUSE to {ponder=v} [v MUSED, MUSING, MUSES] MUSH to travel over snow with a dog sled [v -ED, -ING, -ES] MUSK a strongly odorous substance secreted by certain animals [n -S] MUSS to {mess=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] MUST to become {musty=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MUTE characterized by an absence of speech [adj MUTER, MUTEST] : MUTELY [adv] / to deaden the sound of [v MUTED, MUTING, MUTES] : MUTEDLY [adv] MUTS <mut=n> [n] MUTT a mongrel dog [n -S] MYCS <myc=n> [n] MYNA an Asian bird [n -S] MYTH a type of traditional story [n -S] NAAN {nan=n} [n -S] NABE a neighborhood movie theater [n -S] NABS <nab=v> [v] NADA {nothing=n} [n -S] NAFF to fool around [v -ED, -ING, -S] NAGS <nag=v> [v] NAIF a naive person [n -S] NAIL to fasten with a nail (a slender piece of metal) [v -ED, -ING, -S] NALA {nullah=n} [n -S] NAME to give a title to [v NAMED, NAMING, NAMES] : NAMABLE, NAMEABLE [adj] NANA a {grandmother=n} [n -S] NANS <nan=n> [n]

NAOI <naos=n> [n] NAOS an ancient temple [n NAOI] NAPA a soft leather [n -S] NAPE the back of the neck [n -S] NAPS <nap=v> [v] NARC an undercover drug agent [n -S] NARD a fragrant ointment [n -S] : NARDINE [adj] NARK to spy or inform [v -ED, -ING, -S] NARY not one [adj] NAVE the main part of a church [n -S] NAVY a nation's warships [n -VIES] NAYS <nay=n> [n] NAZI a type of {fascist=n} [n -S] NEAP a tide of lowest range [n -S] NEAR situated within a short distance [adj NEARER, NEAREST] / to {approach=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] NEAT being in a state of cleanliness and order [adj NEATER, NEATEST] / a {bovine =n} [n -S] NEBS <neb=n> [n] NECK to kiss and caress in lovemaking [v -ED, -ING, -S] NEED to have an urgent or essential use for [v -ED, -ING, -S] NEEM an East Indian tree [n -S] NEEP a {turnip=n} [n -S] NEGS <neg=n> [n] NEIF {nieve=n} [n -S] NEMA a {nematode=n} [n -S] NENE a Hawaiian goose [n -S] NEON a gaseous element [n -S] : NEONED [adj] NERD a socially inept person [n -S] : NERDISH [adj] NESS a {headland=n} [n -ES] NEST to build a nest (a structure for holding bird eggs) [v -ED, -ING, -S] NETS <net=v> [v] NETT to {net=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] NEUK {nook=n} [n -S] NEUM {neume=n} [n -S] NEVE a granular snow [n -S] NEVI <nevus=n> [n] NEWS a report of recent events [n] NEWT a small {salamander=n} [n -S] NEXT coming immediately after; adjoining [adj] NIBS <nib=v> [v] NICE pleasing to the senses [adj NICER, NICEST] : NICELY [adv] NICK to make a shallow cut in [v -ED, -ING, -S] NIDE to {nest=v} [v NIDED, NIDING, NIDES] NIDI <nidus=n> [n] NIGH {near=adj} [adj NIGHER, NIGHEST] / to {approach=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] NILL to be unwilling [v -ED, -ING, -S] NILS <nil=n> [n] NIMS <nim=v> [v] NINE a number [n -S] NIPA a palm tree [n -S] NIPS <nip=v> [v] NISI not yet final [adj] NITE {night=n} [n -S] NITS <nit=n> [n] NIXE <nix=n> [n] NIXY an undeliverable piece of mail [n NIXIES] NOBS <nob=n> [n] NOCK to notch a bow or arrow [v -ED, -ING, -S] NODE a swollen enlargement [n -S]

NODI <nodus=n> [n] NODS <nod=v> [v] NOEL a Christmas carol [n -S] NOES <no=n> [n] NOGG a strong ale [n -S] NOGS <nog=v> [v] NOIL a kind of short fiber [n -S] : NOILY [adj] NOIR a bleak type of crime fiction [n -S] : NOIRISH [adj] NOLO a type of legal plea [n -LOS] NOMA a severe inflammation of the mouth [n -S] NOME a province of modern Greece [n -S] NOMS <nom=n> [n] NONA a virus disease [n -S] NONE one of seven canonical daily periods for prayer and devotion [n -S] NOOK a corner, as in a room [n -S] : NOOKLIKE [adj] NOON {midday=n} [n -S] NOPE no [adv] NORI dried seaweed pressed into sheets [n -S] NORM a standard regarded as typical for a specific group [n -S] NOSE to sniff with the nose (the organ of smell) [v NOSED, NOSING, NOSES] NOSH to eat snacks between meals [v -ED, -ING, -ES] NOSY unduly curious [adj NOSIER, NOSIEST] NOTA <notum=n> [n] NOTE to write down [v NOTED, NOTING, NOTES] NOUN a word used to denote the name of something [n -S] : NOUNAL, NOUNLESS [adj] , NOUNALLY [adv] NOUS mind, reason, or intellect [n -ES] NOVA a type of star [n -VAS or -VAE] : NOVALIKE [adj] NOWS <now=n> [n] NOWT {naught=n} [n -S] NUBS <nub=n> [n] NUDE being without clothing or covering [adj NUDER, NUDEST] : NUDELY [adv] / a n ude figure [n -S] NUKE to attack with nuclear weapons [v NUKED, NUKING, NUKES] NULL to reduce to nothing [v -ED, -ING, -S] NUMB lacking sensation [adj NUMBER, NUMBEST] / to make {numb=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] NUNS <nun=n> [n] NURD {nerd=n} [n -S] NURL to {knurl=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] NUTS <nut=v> [v] OAFS <oaf=n> [n] OAKS <oak=n> [n] OAKY tasting of oak sap [adj OAKIER, OAKIEST] OARS <oar=v> [v] OAST a type of kiln [n -S] OATH a formal declaration or promise to fulfill a pledge [n -S] OATS <oat=n> [n] OBAS <oba=n> [n] OBES <obe=n> [n] OBEY to follow the commands or guidance of [v -ED, -ING, -S] : OBEYABLE [adj] OBIA {obeah=n} [n -S] OBIS <obi=n> [n] OBIT an {obituary=n} [n -S] OBOE a woodwind instrument [n -S] OBOL a coin of ancient Greece [n -S] OCAS <oca=n> [n] ODAH {oda=n} [n -S] ODAS <oda=n> [n] ODDS <odd=n> [n]

ODEA <odeum=n> [n] ODES <ode=n> [n] ODIC pertaining to an {ode=n} [adj] ODOR the property of a substance that affects the sense of smell [n -S] : ODORED , ODORFUL [adj] ODYL an {od=n} [n -S] OFFS <off=v> [v] OGAM {ogham=n} [n -S] OGEE an S-shaped molding [n -S] OGLE to stare at [v OGLED, OGLING, OGLES] OGRE a {monster=n} [n -S] OHED <oh=v> [v] OHIA {lehua=n} [n -S] OHMS <ohm=n> [n] OILS <oil=v> [v] OILY covered or soaked with oil [adj OILIER, OILIEST] OINK to utter the natural grunt of a hog [v -ED, -ING, -S] OKAS <oka=n> [n] OKAY to {approve=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] OKEH {approval=n} [n -S] OKES <oke=n> [n] OKRA a tall annual herb [n -S] OLDS <old=n> [n] OLDY {oldie=n} [n OLDIES] OLEA <oleum=n> [n] OLEO {margarine=n} [n OLEOS] OLES <ole=n> [n] OLIO a miscellaneous collection [n OLIOS] OLLA a wide-mouthed pot or jar [n -S] OMEN to be an omen (a prophetic sign) of [v -ED, -ING, -S] OMER a Hebrew unit of dry measure [n -S] OMIT to leave out [v OMITTED, OMITTING, OMITS] ONCE one single time [n] ONES <one=n> [n] ONLY with nothing or no one else [adv] ONOS <ono=n> [n] ONTO to a position upon [prep] ONUS a burden or responsibility [n -ES] ONYX a variety of quartz [n -ES] OOHS <ooh=v> [v] OOPS used to express mild apology, surprise, or dismay [interj] OOTS <oot=n> [n] OOZE to flow or leak out slowly [v OOZED, OOZING, OOZES] OOZY containing or resembling soft mud or slime [adj OOZIER, OOZIEST] : OOZILY [ adv] OPAH a marine fish [n -S] OPAL a mineral [n -S] OPED <ope=v> [v] OPEN affording unobstructed access, passage, or view [adj OPENER, OPENEST] / to cause to become open [v -ED, -ING, -S] : OPENABLE [adj] OPES <ope=v> [v] OPTS <opt=v> [v] OPUS a literary of musical work [n OPERA or OPUSES] ORAD toward the mouth [adv] ORAL an examination requiring spoken answers [n -S] ORBS <orb=v> [v] ORBY resembling a circle or sphere [adj ORBIER, ORBIEST] ORCA {orc=n} [n -S] ORCS <orc=n> [n] ORDO a calendar of religious directions [n -DINES or -DOS]

ORES <ore=n> [n] ORGY a party marked by unrestrained sexual indulgence [n -GIES] ORLE a heraldic border [n -S] ORRA {occasional=adj} [adj] ORTS <ort=n> [n] ORYX an African antelope [n -ES] ORZO rice-shaped pasta [n -ZOS] OSAR <os=n> [n] OSES <ose=n> [n] OSSA <os=n> [n] OTIC pertaining to the ear [adj] OTTO {attar=n} [n -TOS] OUCH to ornament with ouches (settings for precious stones) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] OUDS <oud=n> [n] OUPH {ouphe=n} [n -S] OURS a possessive form of the pronoun we [pron] OUST to expel or remove from a position or place [v -ED, -ING, -S] OUTS <out=v> [v] OUZO a Greek liqueur [n -ZOS] OVAL an oval (egg-shaped) figure or object [n -S] OVEN an enclosed compartment in which substances are heated [n -S] : OVENLIKE [a dj] OVER to leap above and to the other side of [v -ED, -ING, -S] OVUM the female reproductive cell of animals [n OVA] OWED <owe=v> [v] OWES <owe=v> [v] OWLS <owl=n> [n] OWNS <own=v> [v] OWSE {ox=n} [n OWSEN] OXEN <ox=n> [n] OXES <ox=n> [n] OXID {oxide=n} [n -S] OXIM {oxime=n} [n -S] OYER a type of legal writ [n -S] OYES {oyez=n} [n OYESSES] OYEZ a cry used to introduce the opening of a court of law [n OYEZES] PACA a large {rodent=n} [n -S] PACE to walk with a regular step [v PACED, PACING, PACES] PACK to put into a receptacle for transportation or storage [v -ED, -ING, -S] : PACKABLE [adj] PACS <pac=n> [n] PACT an {agreement=n} [n -S] PACY {pacey=adj} [adj PACIER, PACIEST] PADI {paddy=n} [n -S] PADS <pad=v> [v] PAGE to summon by calling out the name of [v PAGED, PAGING, PAGES] PAID <pay=v> [v] PAIK to beat or strike [v -ED, -ING, -S] PAIL a watertight cylindrical container [n -S] PAIN to cause pain (suffering or distress) [v -ED, -ING, -S] PAIR to arrange in sets of two [v -ED, -ING, -S] PALE lacking intensity of color [adj PALER, PALEST] / to make or become pale [v PALED, PALING, PALES] PALL to become {insipid=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] PALM to touch with the palm (inner surface) of the hand [v -ED, -ING, -S] PALP to {touch=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] PALS <pal=v> [v] PALY somewhat pale [adj PALIER, PALIEST] PAMS <pam=n> [n] PANE a sheet of glass for a window [n -S] : PANED [adj]

PANG to cause to have spasms of pain [v -ED, -ING, -S] PANS <pan=v> [v] PANT to breathe quickly and with difficulty [v -ED, -ING, -S] PAPA a father [n -S] PAPS <pap=n> [n] PARA a woman's status regarding the bearing of offspring [n PARAS or PARAE] PARD a {leopard=n} [n -S] PARE to cut off the outer covering of [v PARED, PARING, PARES] PARK to leave a vehicle in a location for a time [v -ED, -ING, -S] PARR a young salmon [n -S] PARS <par=v> [v] PART to divide or break into separate pieces [v -ED, -ING, -S] PASE a movement of a matador's cape [n -S] PASH to strike violently [v -ED, -ING, -ES] PASS to go by [v -ED, -ING, -ES] PAST time gone by [n -S] PATE the top of the head [n -S] : PATED [adj] PATH a trodden way or track [n -S] PATS <pat=v> [v] PATY {formee=adj} [adj] PAVE to cover with material that forms a firm, level surface [v PAVED, PAVING, P AVES] PAWL a hinged mechanical part [n -S] PAWN to give as security for something borrowed [v -ED, -ING, -S] : PAWNABLE [ad j] PAWS <paw=v> [v] PAYS <pay=v> [v] PEAG {wampum=n} [n -S] PEAK to reach a maximum [v -ED, -ING, -S] PEAL to ring out [v -ED, -ING, -S] PEAN {paean=n} [n -S] PEAR a fleshy fruit [n -S] PEAS <pea=n> [n] PEAT a substance composed of partially decayed vegetable matter [n -S] PECH to {pant=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] PECK to strike with the beak or something pointed [v -ED, -ING, -S] PECS pectoral muscles [n] PEDS <ped=n> [n] PEEK to look furtively or quickly [v -ED, -ING, -S] PEEL to strip off an outer covering of [v -ED, -ING, -S] : PEELABLE [adj] PEEN to beat with the non-flat end of a hammerhead [v -ED, -ING, -S] PEEP to utter a short, shrill cry [v -ED, -ING, -S] PEER to look narrowly or searchingly [v -ED, -ING, -S] PEES <pee=n> [n] PEGS <peg=v> [v] PEHS <peh=n> [n] PEIN to {peen=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] PEKE a small, long-haired dog [n -S] PELE a medieval fortified tower [n -S] PELF money or wealth [n -S] PELT to strike repeatedly with blows or missiles [v -ED, -ING, -S] PEND to remain undecided or unsettled [v -ED, -ING, -S] PENS <pen=v> [v] PENT confined [adj] PEON an unskilled laborer [n -S or -ES] PEPO a fruit having a fleshy interior and a hard rind [n -POS] PEPS <pep=v> [v] PERE father [n -S] PERI a supernatural being of Persian mythology [n -S] PERK to carry oneself jauntily [v -ED, -ING, -S]

PERM to give hair a permanent wave [v -ED, -ING, -S] PERP a person who commits a crime [n -S] PERT {impudent=adj} [adj PERTER, PERTEST] : PERTLY [adv] PERV one who has been perverted [n -S] PESO a monetary unit of various Spanish-speaking countries [n -SOS] PEST an annoying person or thing [n -S] PETS <pet=v> [v] PEWS <pew=n> [n] PFFT used to express a sudden ending [interj] PFUI {phooey=interj} [interj] PHAT {excellent=adj} [adj PHATTER, PHATTEST] PHEW used to express relief, fatigue, or disgust [interj] PHIS <phi=n> [n] PHIZ a face or facial expression [n -ES] PHON a unit of loudness [n -S] PHOT a unit of illumination [n -S] PHUT a dull, abrupt sound [n -S] PIAL pertaining to a {pia=n} [adj] PIAN a tropical disease [n -S] : PIANIC [adj] PIAS <pia=n> [n] PICA a craving for unnatural food [n -S] PICE a former coin of India and Pakistan [n PICE] PICK to {select=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] PICS <pic=n> [n] PIED <pi=v> [v] PIER a structure extending from land out over water [n -S] PIES <pi=v> [v] PIGS <pig=v> [v] PIKA a small {mammal=n} [n -S] PIKE to pierce with a pike (a long spear) [v PIKED, PIKING, PIKES] PIKI thin blue cornmeal bread [n -S] PILE to lay one upon the other [v PILED, PILING, PILES] PILI a Philippine tree [n -S] PILL to dose with pills (small, rounded masses of medicine) [v -ED, -ING, -S] PILY divided into a number of wedge-shaped heraldic designs [adj] PIMA a strong, high-grade cotton [n -S] PIMP to solicit clients for a prostitute [v -ED, -ING, -S] PINA a {pineapple=n} [n -S] PINE to yearn intensely [v PINED, PINING, PINES] PING to produce a brief, high-pitched sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] PINK of a pale reddish hue [adj PINKER, PINKEST] / to cut a saw-toothed edge on cloth [v -ED, -ING, -S] PINS <pin=v> [v] PINT a liquid and dry measure of capacity [n -S] PINY suggestive of or covered with pine trees [adj PINIER, PINIEST] PION a subatomic particle [n -S] : PIONIC [adj] PIPE to convey by means of a pipe (a hollow cylinder) [v PIPED, PIPING, PIPES] PIPS <pip=v> [v] PIPY {shrill=adj} [adj PIPIER, PIPIEST] PIRN a spinning-wheel bobbin [n -S] PISH to express contempt [v -ED, -ING, -ES] PISO the Philippine peso [n -SOS] PITA a strong fiber [n -S] PITH to sever the spinal cord of [v -ED, -ING, -S] PITS <pit=v> [v] PITY to feel pity (sorrow aroused by another's misfortune) [v PITIED, PITYING, P ITIES] PIXY a playfully mischievous fairy or elf [n PIXIES] : PIXYISH [adj] PLAN to formulate a plan (a method for achieving an end) [v PLANNED, PLANNING, P LANS]

PLAT to {plait=v} [v PLATTED, PLATTING, PLATS] PLAY to engage in amusement or sport [v -ED, -ING, -S] : PLAYABLE [adj] PLEA an {entreaty=n} [n -S] PLEB a {commoner=n} [n -S] PLED <plead=v> [v] PLEW a beaver skin [n -S] PLEX a multiplex [n -ES] PLIE a movement in ballet [n -S] PLOD to walk heavily [v PLODDED, PLODDING, PLODS] PLOP to drop or fall heavily [v PLOPPED, PLOPPING, PLOPS] PLOT to plan secretly [v PLOTTED, PLOTTING, PLOTS] PLOW to turn up land with a plow (a farm implement) [v -ED, -ING, -S] : PLOWABLE [adj] PLOY to move from a line into column [v -ED, -ING, -S] PLUG to seal or close with a plug (a piece of material used to fill a hole) [v P LUGGED, PLUGGING, PLUGS] PLUM a fleshy fruit [n -S] / highly desirable [adj PLUMMER, PLUMMEST] PLUS an additional quantity [n PLUSES or PLUSSES] POCK to mark with pocks (pustules caused by an eruptive disease) [v -ED, -ING, S] POCO a little -- used as a musical direction [adv] PODS <pod=v> [v] POEM a composition in verse [n -S] POET one who writes poems [n -S] POGY a marine fish [n -GIES] POIS <poi=n> [n] POKE to push or prod [v POKED, POKING, POKES] : POKABLE [adj] POKY {slow=adj} [adj POKIER, POKIEST] / a jail [n POKIES] POLE to propel with a pole (a long, thin piece of wood or metal) [v POLED, POLIN G, POLES] POLL to question for the purpose of surveying public opinion [v -ED, -ING, -S] POLO a game played on horseback [n -LOS] POLS <pol=n> [n] POLY a type of white blood cell [n POLYS] / a garment made of polyester [n POLIE S] POME a fleshy fruit with a core [n -S] POMO the postmodern movement [n -MOS] POMP stately or splendid display [n -S] POND to collect into a pond (a small body of water) [v -ED, -ING, -S] PONE a corn bread [n -S] PONG to {stink=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] PONS a band of nerve fibers in the brain [n PONTES] PONY to prepare lessons with the aid of a literal translation [v -NIED, -NYING, -NIES] POOD a Russian unit of weight [n -S] POOF used to indicate an instantaneous occurrence [interj] POOH to express contempt for [v -ED, -ING, -S] POOL to combine in a common fund [v -ED, -ING, -S] POON an East Indian tree [n -S] POOP to tire out [v -ED, -ING, -S] POOR lacking the means of support [adj POORER, POOREST] POPE the head of the Roman Catholic Church [n -S] : POPELESS, POPELIKE [adj] POPS <pop=v> [v] PORE to gaze intently [v PORED, PORING, PORES] PORK to eat ravenously [v -ED, -ING, -S] PORN {pornography=n} [n -S] PORT to shift to the left side [v -ED, -ING, -S] POSE to assume a fixed position [v POSED, POSING, POSES] : POSABLE [adj] POSH stylish or elegant [adj POSHER, POSHEST] : POSHLY [adv] POST to affix in a public place [v -ED, -ING, -S]

POSY a flower or bouquet [n -SIES] POTS <pot=v> [v] POUF a loose roll of hair [n -S] : POUFED, POUFFY [adj] POUR to cause to flow [v -ED, -ING, -S] : POURABLE [adj] POUT to protrude the lips in ill humor [v -ED, -ING, -S] POWS <pow=n> [n] POXY afflicted with a pox [adj POXIER, POXIEST] PRAM a flat-bottomed boat [n -S] PRAO {prau=n} [n PRAOS] PRAT the {buttocks=n} [n -S] PRAU a swift Malaysian sailing vessel [n -S] PRAY to address prayers to [v -ED, -ING, -S] PREE to test by tasting [v PREED, PREEING, PREES] PREP to attend a preparatory school [v PREPPED, PREPPING, PREPS] PREX {prexy=n} [n -ES] PREY to seize and devour animals for food [v -ED, -ING, -S] PREZ a {president=n} [n -ES] PRIG to {steal=v} [v PRIGGED, PRIGGING, PRIGS] PRIM formally precise or proper [adj PRIMMER, PRIMMEST] / to give a prim express ion to [v PRIMMED, PRIMMING, PRIMS] PROA {prau=n} [n -S] PROD to jab with something pointed [v PRODDED, PRODDING, PRODS] PROF a {professor=n} [n -S] PROG to prowl about for food or plunder [v PROGGED, PROGGING, PROGS] PROM a formal dance [n -S] PROP to keep from falling [v PROPPED, PROPPING, PROPS] PROS <pro=n> [n] PROW {brave=adj} [adj PROWER, PROWEST] / the forward part of a ship [n -S] PSIS <psi=n> [n] PSST used to attract someone's attention [interj] PTUI used to express the sound of spitting [interj] PUBS <pub=n> [n] PUCE a dark red color [n -S] PUCK a rubber disk used in ice hockey [n -S] PUDS <pud=n> [n] PUFF to blow in short gusts [v -ED, -ING, -S] PUGH used to express disgust [interj] PUGS <pug=v> [v] PUJA a Hindu prayer ritual [n -S] PUKE to {vomit=v} [v PUKED, PUKING, PUKES] PULA a monetary unit of Botswana [n PULA] PULE to {whine=v} [v PULED, PULING, PULES] PULI a long-haired sheepdog [n -LIK or -LIS] PULL to exert force in order to cause motion toward the force [v -ED, -ING, -S] PULP to reduce to pulp (a soft, moist mass of matter) [v -ED, -ING, -S] PULS <pul=n> [n] PUMA a {cougar=n} [n -S] PUMP to cause to flow by means of a pump (a device for moving fluids) [v -ED, -I NG, -S] PUNA a cold, arid plateau [n -S] PUNG a box-shaped sleigh [n -S] PUNK of inferior quality [adj PUNKER, PUNKEST] / dry, decayed wood used as tinde r [n -S] PUNS <pun=v> [v] PUNT to propel through water with a pole [v -ED, -ING, -S] PUNY of inferior size, strength, or significance [adj PUNIER, PUNIEST] PUPA an intermediate stage of a metamorphic insect [n -PAS or -PAE] : PUPAL [adj ] PUPS <pup=v> [v] PUPU a dish of Asian foods served as an appetizer [n -S]

PURE free from anything different, inferior, or contaminating [adj PURER, PUREST ] PURI {poori=n} [n -S] PURL to knit with a particular stitch [v -ED, -ING, -S] PURR to utter a low, vibrant sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] PURS <pur=v> [v] PUSH to exert force in order to cause motion away from the force [v -ED, -ING, ES] PUSS a cat [n -ES] PUTS <put=v> [v] PUTT to hit with a light stroke in golf [v -ED, -ING, -S] PUTZ to waste time [v -ED, -ING, -ES] PYAS <pya=n> [n] PYES <pye=n> [n] PYIC pertaining to {pus=n} [adj] PYIN a protein compound contained in pus [n -S] PYRE a pile of combustible material [n -S] PYRO a person who has a compulsion to set fires [n -ROS] QADI {cadi=n} [n -S] QAID {caid=n} [n -S] QATS <qat=n> [n] QOPH {koph=n} [n -S] QUAD to space out by means of quadrats [v QUADDED, QUADDING, QUADS] QUAG a {quagmire=n} [n -S] QUAI {quay=n} [n -S] QUAY a wharf [n QUAYS] : QUAYLIKE [adj] QUEY a young cow [n QUEYS] QUID a portion of something to be chewed [n -S] QUIN a {quintuplet=n} [n -S] QUIP to make witty remarks [v QUIPPED, QUIPPING, QUIPS] QUIT to end one's engagement in or occupation with [v QUITTED, QUITTING, QUITS] QUIZ to test the knowledge of by asking questions [v QUIZZED, QUIZZING, QUIZZES] QUOD a prison [n -S] RACE to compete in a contest of speed [v RACED, RACING, RACES] RACK to place in a type of framework [v -ED, -ING, -S] RACY bordering on impropriety or indecency [adj RACIER, RACIEST] RADS <rad=v> [v] RAFF {riffraff=n} [n -S] RAFT to transport on a raft (a type of buoyant structure) [v -ED, -ING, -S] RAGA a Hindu musical form [n -S] RAGE to act or speak with violent anger [v RAGED, RAGING, RAGES] RAGG a wool fiber [n -S] RAGI an East Indian cereal grass [n -S] RAGS <rag=v> [v] RAIA {rayah=n} [n -S] RAID to make a sudden assault on [v -ED, -ING, -S] RAIL to scold in abusive or insolent language [v -ED, -ING, -S] RAIN to fall like rain (drops of water condensed from atmospheric vapor) [v -ED, -ING, -S] RAIS <rai=n> [n] RAJA {rajah=n} [n -S] RAKE to gather with a toothed implement [v RAKED, RAKING, RAKES] RAKI a Turkish liqueur [n -S] RAKU a form of Japanese glazed pottery [n -S] RALE an abnormal respiratory sound [n -S] RAMI <ramus=n> [n] RAMP to rise or stand on the hind legs [v -ED, -ING, -S] RAMS <ram=v> [v] RAND a strip of leather at the heel of a shoe [n -S] RANG <ring=v> [v]

RANI the wife of a rajah [n -S] RANK strong and disagreeable in odor or taste [adj RANKER, RANKEST] / to determi ne the relative position of [v -ED, -ING, -S] RANT to speak in a loud or vehement manner [v -ED, -ING, -S] RAPE to force to submit to sexual intercourse [v RAPED, RAPING, RAPES] RAPS <rap=v> [v] RAPT deeply engrossed [adj] : RAPTLY [adv] RARE occurring infrequently [adj RARER, RAREST] / to be enthusiastic [v RARED, R ARING, RARES] RASE to {raze=v} [v RASED, RASING, RASES] RASH acting without due caution or forethought [adj RASHER, RASHEST] / a skin er uption [n -ES] : RASHLIKE [adj] RASP to rub with something rough [v -ED, -ING, -S] RATE to estimate the value of [v RATED, RATING, RATES] RATH {rathe=adj} [adj] RATO a rocket-assisted airplane takeoff [n -TOS] RATS <rat=v> [v] RAVE to speak irrationally or incoherently [v RAVED, RAVING, RAVES] RAWS <raw=n> [n] RAYA {rayah=n} [n -S] RAYS <ray=v> [v] RAZE to tear down or demolish [v RAZED, RAZING, RAZES] RAZZ to {deride=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] READ to look at so as to take in the meaning of, as something written or printed [v READ, READING, READS] : READABLE [adj], READABLY [adv] REAL having actual existence [adj REALER, REALEST] / a former monetary unit of S pain [n -S or -ES] / a former monetary unit of Portugal and Brazil [n REIS] REAM to enlarge with a reamer [v -ED, -ING, -S] REAP to cut for harvest [v -ED, -ING, -S] : REAPABLE [adj] REAR to lift upright [v -ED, -ING, -S] REBS <reb=n> [n] RECK to be concerned about [v -ED, -ING, -S] RECS <rec=n> [n] REDD to put in order [v -ED, -ING, -S] REDE to {advise=v} [v REDED, REDING, REDES] REDO something that is done again [n -DOS] / <do=v> [v -DID, -DONE, -DOING, -DOE S] REDS <red=v> [v] REED to fasten with reeds (the stalks of tall grasses) [v -ED, -ING, -S] REEF to reduce the area of a sail [v -ED, -ING, -S] : REEFABLE [adj] REEK to give off a strong, unpleasant odor [v -ED, -ING, -S] REEL to wind on a type of rotary device [v -ED, -ING, -S] : REELABLE [adj] REES <ree=n> [n] REFS <ref=v> [v] REFT <reave=v> [v] REGS <reg=n> [n] REIF {robbery=n} [n -S] REIN to {restrain=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] REIS <rei=n> [n] RELY to place trust or confidence [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES] REMS <rem=n> [n] REND to tear apart forcibly [v RENT or RENDED, RENDING, RENDS] RENT to obtain temporary use of in return for compensation [v -ED, -ING, -S] : R ENTABLE [adj] REPO something repossessed [n -POS] REPP rep (a cross-ribbed fabric) [n -S] REPS <rep=v> [v] RESH a Hebrew letter [n -ES] REST to refresh oneself by ceasing work or activity [v -ED, -ING, -S] RETE an anatomical mesh or network [n -TIA]

RETS <ret=v> [v] REVS <rev=v> [v] RHEA a flightless bird [n -S] RHOS <rho=n> [n] RHUS any of a genus of shrubs and trees [n -ES] RIAL a monetary unit of Iran [n -S] RIAS <ria=n> [n] RIBS <rib=v> [v] RICE to press through a ricer [v RICED, RICING, RICES] RICH having wealth [adj RICHER, RICHEST] RICK to pile hay in stacks [v -ED, -ING, -S] RIDE to sit on, control, and be conveyed by an animal or machine [v RODE, RIDDEN , RIDING, RIDES] RIDS <rid=v> [v] RIEL a monetary unit of Cambodia [n -S] RIFE {abundant=adj} [adj RIFER, RIFEST] : RIFELY [adv] RIFF to {riffle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] RIFS <rif=v> [v] RIFT to form rifts (clefts) [v -ED, -ING, -S] RIGS <rig=v> [v] RILE to {anger=v} [v RILED, RILING, RILES] RILL to flow like a rill (a small brook) [v -ED, -ING, -S] RIME to {rhyme=v} [v RIMED, RIMING, RIMES] RIMS <rim=v> [v] RIMY {frosty=adj} [adj RIMIER, RIMIEST] RIND a thick and firm outer covering [n -S] : RINDED, RINDY [adj] RING to form a ring (a circular band) around [v -ED, -ING, -S] / to give forth a clear, resonant sound [v RANG, RUNG, RINGING, RINGS] RINK a surface of ice for skating [n -S] RINS <rin=v> [v] RIOT to take part in a violent public disturbance [v -ED, -ING, -S] RIPE fully developed [adj RIPER, RIPEST] : RIPELY [adv] / to {cleanse=v} [v RIPE D, RIPING, RIPES] RIPS <rip=v> [v] RISE to move upward [v ROSE, RISEN, RISING, RISES] RISK to expose to a risk (a chance of injury or loss) [v -ED, -ING, -S] RITE a ceremonial act or procedure [n -S] RITZ pretentious display [n -ES] RIVE to tear apart [v RIVED, RIVEN, RIVING, RIVES] ROAD an open way for public passage [n -S] ROAM to move about without purpose or plan [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROAN an animal having a coat sprinkled with white or gray [n -S] ROAR to utter a loud, deep sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROBE to cover with a robe (a long, loose outer garment) [v ROBED, ROBING, ROBES] ROBS <rob=v> [v] ROCK to move back and forth [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ROCKABLE [adj] ROCS <roc=n> [n] RODE a cable attached to the anchor of a small boat [n -S] RODS <rod=v> [v] ROES <roe=n> [n] ROIL to make {muddy=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROLE a part played by an actor [n -S] ROLF to practice a system of muscle massage [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROLL to move along by repeatedly turning over [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROMP to play boisterously [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROMS <rom=n> [n] ROOD a {crucifix=n} [n -S] ROOF to provide with a roof (the external upper covering of a building) [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROOK to {swindle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S]

ROOM to occupy a room (a walled space within a building) [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROOT to put forth a root (an underground portion of a plant) [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROPE to bind with a rope (a thick line of twisted fibers) [v ROPED, ROPING, ROPE S] : ROPABLE [adj] ROPY resembling a rope or ropes [adj ROPIER, ROPIEST] ROSE to make the color of a rose (a reddish flower) [v ROSED, ROSING, ROSES] ROSY rose-colored [adj ROSIER, ROSIEST] ROTA a {roster=n} [n -S] ROTE mechanical routine [n -S] ROTI an unleavened bread [n -S] ROTL a unit of weight in Muslim countries [n ROTLS or ARTAL] ROTO a type of printing process [n -TOS] ROTS <rot=v> [v] ROUE a lecherous man [n -S] ROUP to {auction=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROUT to defeat overwhelmingly [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROUX a mixture of butter and flour [n ROUX] ROVE to {roam=v} [v ROVED, ROVING, ROVES] ROWS <row=v> [v] RUBE a {rustic=n} [n -S] RUBS <rub=v> [v] RUBY of a deep-red color [adj -BIER, -BIEST] / to tint with the color of a ruby (a deep-red precious stone) [v -BIED, -BYING, -BIES] RUCK to wrinkle or crease [v -ED, -ING, -S] RUDD a freshwater fish [n -S] RUDE discourteous or impolite [adj RUDER, RUDEST] : RUDELY [adv] RUED <rue=v> [v] RUER one that {rues=v} [n -S] RUES <rue=v> [v] RUFF to {trump=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] RUGA an anatomical fold or wrinkle [n -GAE] : RUGAL, RUGATE [adj] RUGS <rug=v> [v] RUIN to {destroy=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : RUINABLE [adj] RULE to exercise control over [v RULED, RULING, RULES] : RULABLE [adj] RULY orderly [adj RULIER, RULIEST] RUMP the lower and back part of the trunk [n -S] : RUMPLESS [adj] RUMS <rum=n> [n] RUNE a letter of an ancient alphabet [n -S] : RUNELIKE [adj] RUNG a crosspiece forming a step of a ladder [n -S] : RUNGLESS [adj] RUNS <run=v> [v] RUNT a small person or animal [n -S] : RUNTISH [adj] RUSE a {deception=n} [n -S] RUSH to move swiftly [v -ED, -ING, -ES] RUSK a sweetened biscuit [n -S] RUST to form rust (a reddish coating that forms on iron) [v -ED, -ING, -S] : RUS TABLE [adj] RUTH {compassion=n} [n -S] RUTS <rut=v> [v] RYAS <rya=n> [n] RYES <rye=n> [n] RYKE to {reach=v} [v RYKED, RYKING, RYKES] RYND an iron support [n -S] RYOT a tenant farmer in India [n -S] SABE to {savvy=v} [v SABED, SABEING, SABES] SABS <sab=v> [v] SACK to put into a sack (a large bag) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SACS <sac=n> [n] SADE a Hebrew letter [n -S] SADI {sade=n} [n -S] SAFE free from danger [adj SAFER, SAFEST] : SAFELY [adv] / a metal receptacle fo

r storing valuables [n -S] SAGA a medieval Scandinavian narrative [n -S] SAGE {wise=adj} [adj SAGER, SAGEST] : SAGELY [adv] / an aromatic herb used as se asoning [n -S] SAGO a tropical tree [n -GOS] SAGS <sag=v> [v] SAGY flavored with sage [adj SAGIER, SAGIEST] SAID {sayyid=n} [n -S] SAIL to move across the surface of water by the action of wind [v -ED, -ING, -S] : SAILABLE [adj] SAIN to make the sign of the cross on [v -ED, -ING, -S] SAKE benefit, interest, or advantage [n -S] SAKI a Japanese liquor [n -S] SALE the act or an instance of selling [n -S] SALL shall -- SALL is the only form of this verb; it cannot be conjugated [v] SALP {salpa=n} [n -S] SALS <sal=n> [n] SALT {salty=adj} [adj SALTER, SALTEST] / to treat with salt (a crystalline compo und used as a seasoning and preservative) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SAME resembling in every relevant respect [adj] SAMP coarsely ground corn [n -S] SAND to smooth by rubbing with an abrasive [v -ED, -ING, -S] : SANDABLE [adj] SANE mentally sound [adj SANER, SANEST] : SANELY [adv] / to {sain=v} [v SANED, S ANING, SANES] SANG <sing=v> [v] SANK <sink=v> [v] SANS without [prep] SAPS <sap=v> [v] SARD a variety of quartz [n -S] SARI an outer garment worn by Hindu women [n -S] SARK a {shirt=n} [n -S] SASH to furnish with a frame in which glass is set [v -ED, -ING, -ES] SASS to talk impudently to [v -ED, -ING, -ES] SATE to {satiate=v} [v SATED, SATING, SATES] SATI {suttee=n} [n -S] SAUL {soul=n} [n -S] SAVE to rescue from danger, injury, or loss [v SAVED, SAVING, SAVES] : SAVEABLE [adj] SAWN <saw=v> [v] SAWS <saw=v> [v] SAYS <say=v> [v] SCAB to become covered with a scab (a crust that forms over a healing wound) [v SCABBED, SCABBING, SCABS] SCAD a marine fish [n -S] SCAG {heroin=n} [n -S] SCAM to cheat or swindle [v SCAMMED, SCAMMING, SCAMS] SCAN to examine closely [v SCANNED, SCANNING, SCANS] SCAR to form a scar (a mark left by the healing of injured tissue) [v SCARRED, S CARRING, SCARS] SCAT to leave hastily [v SCATTED, SCATTING, SCATS] SCOP an Old English poet [n -S] SCOT a tax [n -S] SCOW to transport by scow (a flat-bottomed boat) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCRY to engage in crystal gazing [v SCRIED, SCRYING, SCRIES] SCUD to run or move swiftly [v SCUDDED, SCUDDING, SCUDS] SCUM to remove the scum (impure or extraneous matter) from [v SCUMMED, SCUMMING, SCUMS] SCUP a marine food fish [n -S] SCUT a short tail, as of a rabbit [n -S] SEAL to close or make secure against access, leakage, or passage [v -ED, -ING, -

S] : SEALABLE [adj] SEAM to join with a seam (a line formed by sewing two pieces of fabric together) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SEAR {sere=adj} [adj SEARER, SEAREST] / to burn the surface of [v -ED, -ING, -S] SEAS <sea=n> [n] SEAT to place on a seat (something on which one sits) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SECS <sec=n> [n] SECT a group of people united by common beliefs or interests [n -S] SEED to plant seeds (propagative plant structures) in [v -ED, -ING, -S] SEEK to go in search of [v SOUGHT, SEEKING, SEEKS] SEEL to stitch closed the eyes of, as a falcon during training [v -ED, -ING, -S] SEEM to give the impression of being [v -ED, -ING, -S] SEEN <see=v> [v] SEEP to pass slowly through small openings [v -ED, -ING, -S] SEER a {prophet=n} [n -S] SEES <see=v> [v] SEGO a perennial herb [n -GOS] SEGS <seg=n> [n] SEIF a long, narrow sand dune [n -S] SEIS <sei=n> [n] SELF the total, essential, or particular being of one person [n SELVES] / to {in breed=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SELL to give up to another for money or other valuable consideration [v SOLD, SE LLING, SELLS] : SELLABLE [adj] SELS <sel=n> [n] SEME a type of ornamental pattern [n -S] SEMI a freight trailer [n -S] SEND to {scend=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] / to cause to go [v SENT, SENDING, SENDS] : SENDABLE [adj] SENE a monetary unit of Western Samoa [n SENE] SENT <send=v> [v] SEPT a {clan=n} [n -S] SERA <serum=n> [n] SERE withered; dry [adj SERER, SEREST] / to {sear=v} [v SERED, SERING, SERES] SERF a feudal slave [n -S] SERS <ser=n> [n] SETA a coarse, stiff hair [n -TAE] : SETAL [adj] SETS <set=v> [v] SETT the burrow of a badger [n -S] SEWN <sew=v> [v] SEWS <sew=v> [v] SEXT one of seven canonical daily periods for prayer and devotion [n -S] SEXY arousing sexual desire [adj SEXIER, SEXIEST] SHAD a food fish [n -S] SHAG to make {shaggy=adj} [v SHAGGED, SHAGGING, SHAGS] SHAH an Iranian ruler [n -S] SHAM to {feign=v} [v SHAMMED, SHAMMING, SHAMS] SHAW to {show=v} [v SHAWED, SHAWN, SHAWING, SHAWS] SHAY a {chaise=n} [n SHAYS] SHEA an African tree [n -S] SHED to house in a shed (a small, low structure) [v SHEDDED, SHEDDING, SHEDS] SHES <she=n> [n] SHEW to {show=v} [v SHEWED, SHEWN, SHEWING, SHEWS] SHIM to fill out or level by inserting a thin wedge [v SHIMMED, SHIMMING, SHIMS] SHIN to climb by gripping and pulling alternately with the hands and legs [v SHI NNED, SHINNING, SHINS] SHIP to transport by ship (a vessel suitable for navigation in deep water) [v SH IPPED, SHIPPING, SHIPS] SHIV a {knife=n} [n -S] SHMO {schmo=n} [n SHMOES]

SHOD <shoe=v> [v] SHOE a covering for the foot [n SHOES or SHOON] / to provide with shoes [v SHOD or SHOED, SHODDEN, SHOEING, SHOES] SHOG to move along [v SHOGGED, SHOGGING, SHOGS] SHOO to drive away [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHOP to examine goods with intent to buy [v SHOPPED, SHOPPING, SHOPS] SHOT to load with shot (small lead or steel pellets) [v SHOTTED, SHOTTING, SHOTS ] SHOW to cause or permit to be seen [v SHOWED, SHOWN, SHOWING, SHOWS] : SHOWABLE [adj] SHRI {sri=n} [n -S] SHUL a {synagogue=n} [n SHULN or SHULS] SHUN to {avoid=v} [v SHUNNED, SHUNNING, SHUNS] SHUT to {close=v} [v SHUT, SHUTTING, SHUTS] SHWA {schwa=n} [n -S] SIAL a type of rock formation [n -S] : SIALIC [adj] SIBB {sib=n} [n -S] SIBS <sib=n> [n] SICE {syce=n} [n -S] SICK affected with disease or ill health [adj SICKER, SICKEST] / to {sic=v} [v ED, -ING, -S] SICS <sic=v> [v] SIDE to agree with or support [v SIDED, SIDING, SIDES] SIDH a hill inhabited by supernatural beings in Irish folklore [n SIDHE] SIFT to {sieve=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SIGH to let out a sigh (a deep, audible breath) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SIGN to write one's name on [v -ED, -ING, -S] SIKA a small deer native to Asia [n -S] SIKE {syke=n} [n -S] SILD a young herring [n -S] SILK to cover with silk (a soft, lustrous fabric) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SILL the horizontal piece that bears the upright portion of a frame [n -S] SILO to store in a silo (a tall, cylindrical structure) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SILT to fill with silt (a sedimentary material) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SIMA an igneous rock [n -S] SIMP a foolish person [n -S] SIMS <sim=n> [n] SINE a trigonometric function of an angle [n -S] SING to utter with musical inflections of the voice [v SANG, SUNG, SINGING, SING S] : SINGABLE [adj] SINH a hyperbolic function of an angle [n -S] SINK to move to a lower level [v SANK, SUNK or SUNKEN, SINKING, SINKS] : SINKABL E [adj] SINS <sin=v> [v] SIPE to {seep=v} [v SIPED, SIPING, SIPES] SIPS <sip=v> [v] SIRE to {beget=v} [v SIRED, SIRING, SIRES] SIRS <sir=n> [n] SITE to place in position for operation [v SITED, SITING, SITES] SITH {since=adv} [adv] SITS <sit=v> [v] SIZE to arrange according to size (physical proportions) [v SIZED, SIZING, SIZES ] SIZY {viscid=adj} [adj SIZIER, SIZIEST] SKAG {heroin=n} [n -S] SKAS <ska=n> [n] SKAT a card game [n -S] SKEE to {ski=v} [v SKEED, SKEEING, SKEES] SKEG a timber that connects the keel and sternpost of a ship [n -S] SKEP a {beehive=n} [n -S]

SKEW to turn aside [v -ED, -ING, -S] SKID to slide sideways as a result of a loss of traction [v SKIDDED, SKIDDING, S KIDS] SKIM to remove floating matter from the surface of [v SKIMMED, SKIMMING, SKIMS] SKIN to strip or deprive of skin (the membranous tissue covering the body of an animal) [v SKINNED, SKINNING, SKINS] SKIP to move with light springing steps [v SKIPPED, SKIPPING, SKIPS] SKIS <ski=v> [v] SKIT a short dramatic scene [n -S] SKUA a predatory seabird [n -S] SLAB to cover with slabs (broad, flat pieces of solid material) [v SLABBED, SLAB BING, SLABS] SLAG to convert into slag (the fused residue of a smelted ore) [v SLAGGED, SLAGG ING, SLAGS] SLAM to shut forcibly and noisily [v SLAMMED, SLAMMING, SLAMS] SLAP to strike with the open hand [v SLAPPED, SLAPPING, SLAPS] SLAT to provide with slats (narrow strips of wood or metal) [v SLATTED, SLATTING , SLATS] SLAW {coleslaw=n} [n -S] SLAY to kill violently [v SLEW or SLAYED, SLAIN, SLAYING, SLAYS] : SLAYABLE [adj ] SLED to convey on a sled (a vehicle for carrying people or loads over snow or ic e) [v SLEDDED, SLEDDING, SLEDS] SLEW to {slue=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SLID <slide=v> [v] SLIM {slender=adj} [adj SLIMMER, SLIMMEST] / to make {slim=adj} [v SLIMMED, SLIM MING, SLIMS] SLIP to slide suddenly and accidentally [v SLIPPED or SLIPT, SLIPPING, SLIPS] SLIT to make a slit (a long, narrow cut) in [v SLITTED, SLITTING, SLITS] SLOB a slovenly or boorish person [n -S] SLOE a plumlike fruit [n -S] SLOG to {plod=v} [v SLOGGED, SLOGGING, SLOGS] SLOP to spill or splash [v SLOPPED, SLOPPING, SLOPS] SLOT to cut a long, narrow opening in [v SLOTTED, SLOTTING, SLOTS] SLOW moving with little speed [adj SLOWER, SLOWEST] / to lessen the speed of [v -ED, -ING, -S] SLUB to draw out and twist slightly [v SLUBBED, SLUBBING, SLUBS] SLUE to cause to move sideways [v SLUED, SLUING, SLUES] SLUG to strike heavily [v SLUGGED, SLUGGING, SLUGS] SLUM to visit slums (squalid urban areas) [v SLUMMED, SLUMMING, SLUMS] SLUR to pass over lightly or carelessly [v SLURRED, SLURRING, SLURS] SLUT a slovenly woman [n -S] : SLUTTISH [adj] SMEW a Eurasian duck [n -S] SMIT <smite=v> [v] SMOG an atmospheric mixture of smoke and fog [n -S] : SMOGLESS [adj] SMUG highly self-satisfied [adj SMUGGER, SMUGGEST] SMUT to {soil=v} [v SMUTTED, SMUTTING, SMUTS] SNAG to catch on a snag (a jagged protuberance) [v SNAGGED, SNAGGING, SNAGS] SNAP to make a sharp cracking sound [v SNAPPED, SNAPPING, SNAPS] SNAW to {snow=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNED to {prune=v} [v SNEDDED, SNEDDING, SNEDS] SNIB to {latch=v} [v SNIBBED, SNIBBING, SNIBS] SNIP to cut with a short, quick stroke [v SNIPPED, SNIPPING, SNIPS] SNIT a state of agitation [n -S] SNOB one who tends to avoid or rebuff those regarded as inferior [n -S] SNOG to {kiss=v} [v SNOGGED, SNOGGING, SNOGS] SNOT nasal mucus [n -S] SNOW to fall as snow (precipitation in the form of ice crystals) [v -ED, -ING, S] SNUB to treat with contempt or neglect [v SNUBBED, SNUBBING, SNUBS]

SNUG warmly comfortable [adj SNUGGER, SNUGGEST] / to make {snug=adj} [v SNUGGED, SNUGGING, SNUGS] SNYE a side channel in a river or creek [n -S] SOAK to saturate thoroughly in liquid [v -ED, -ING, -S] SOAP to treat with soap (a cleansing agent) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SOAR to fly at a great height [v -ED, -ING, -S] SOBA a Japanese noodle made from buckwheat flour [n -S] SOBS <sob=v> [v] SOCA a blend of soul and calypso music [n -S] SOCK a knitted or woven covering for the foot [n SOCKS or SOX] / to strike force fully [v -ED, -ING, -S] SODA a type of chemical compound [n -S] : SODALESS [adj] SODS <sod=v> [v] SOFA a long, upholstered seat [n -S] SOFT yielding readily to pressure [adj SOFTER, SOFTEST] / a soft object or part [n -S] SOIL to make {dirty=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SOJA the {soybean=n} [n -S] SOKE a feudal right to administer justice within a certain territory [n -S] SOLA <solum=n> [n] SOLD <sell=v> [v] SOLE to furnish with a sole (the bottom surface of a shoe or boot) [v SOLED, SOL ING, SOLES] SOLI <solo=n> [n] SOLO a musical composition for a single voice or instrument [n -LOS or -LI] / to perform alone [v -ED, -ING, -S] SOLS <sol=n> [n] SOMA the body of an organism [n -MATA or -MAS] : SOMATIC [adj] SOME being an unspecified number or part [adj] SOMS <som=n> [n] SONE a unit of loudness [n -S] SONG a musical composition written or adapted for singing [n -S] SONS <son=n> [n] SOOK {souk=n} [n -S] SOON in the near future [adv SOONER, SOONEST] SOOT to cover with soot (a black substance produced by combustion) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SOPH a {sophomore=n} [n -S] SOPS <sop=v> [v] SORA a marsh bird [n -S] SORB to take up and hold by absorption or adsorption [v -ED, -ING, -S] : SORBABL E [adj] SORD a flight of mallards [n -S] SORE to mutilate the feet of (a horse) so as to force a particular gait [v SORED , SORING, SORES] / painfully sensitive to the touch [adj SORER, SOREST] SORI <sorus=n> [n] SORN to force oneself on others for food and lodging [v -ED, -ING, -S] SORT to arrange according to kind, class, or size [v -ED, -ING, -S] : SORTABLE [ adj], SORTABLY [adv] SOTH {sooth=n} [n -S] SOTS <sot=n> [n] SOUK a marketplace in northern Africa and the Middle East [n -S] SOUL the spiritual aspect of human beings [n -S] : SOULED, SOULLESS, SOULLIKE [a dj] SOUP to increase the power or efficiency of [v -ED, -ING, -S] SOUR sharp or biting to the taste [adj SOURER, SOUREST] / to make or become sour [v -ED, -ING, -S] SOUS <sou=n> [n] SOWN <sow=v> [v] SOWS <sow=v> [v]

SOYA {soy=n} [n -S] SOYS <soy=n> [n] SPAE to {foretell=v} [v SPAED, SPAEING, SPAES] SPAM to send unsolicited e-mail to a large number of addresses [v SPAMMED, SPAMM ING, SPAMS] SPAN to extend over or across [v SPANNED, SPANNING, SPANS] SPAR to provide with spars (stout poles used to support rigging) [v SPARRED, SPA RRING, SPARS] SPAS <spa=n> [n] SPAT to strike lightly [v SPATTED, SPATTING, SPATS] SPAY to remove the ovaries of [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPEC to write specifications for [v SPECCED, SPECCING, SPECS] SPED <speed=v> [v] SPEW to {vomit=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPIN to draw out and twist into threads [v SPUN, SPINNING, SPINS] SPIT to impale on a spit (a pointed rod on which meat is turned) [v SPITTED, SPI TTING, SPITS] SPIV a petty criminal [n -S] : SPIVVY [adj] SPOT to mark with spots (small, roundish discolorations) [v SPOTTED, SPOTTING, S POTS] SPRY {nimble=adj} [adj SPRYER, SPRYEST or SPRIER, SPRIEST] : SPRYLY [adv] SPUD to remove with a spade-like tool [v SPUDDED, SPUDDING, SPUDS] SPUE to {spew=v} [v SPUED, SPUING, SPUES] SPUN <spin=v> [v] SPUR to urge on with a spur (a horseman's goad) [v SPURRED, SPURRING, SPURS] SRIS <sri=n> [n] STAB to pierce with a pointed weapon [v STABBED, STABBING, STABS] STAG to attend a social function without a female companion [v STAGGED, STAGGING , STAGS] STAR to shine as a star (a natural luminous body visible in the sky) [v STARRED, STARRING, STARS] STAT a {statistic=n} [n -S] STAW <steal=v> [v] STAY to continue in a place or condition [v STAYED or STAID, STAYING, STAYS] STEM to remove stems (ascending axes of a plant) from [v STEMMED, STEMMING, STEM S] STEP to move by lifting the foot and setting it down in another place [v STEPPED , STEPPING, STEPS] STET to cancel a previously made printing correction [v STETTED, STETTING, STETS ] STEW to cook by boiling slowly [v -ED, -ING, -S] : STEWABLE [adj] STEY {steep=adj} [adj] STIR to pass an implement through in circular motions [v STIRRED, STIRRING, STIR S] STOA an ancient Greek covered walkway [n STOAE, STOAI, or STOAS] STOB to {stab=v} [v STOBBED, STOBBING, STOBS] STOP to discontinue the progress or motion of [v STOPPED or STOPT, STOPPING, STO PS] STOT to bound with a stiff-legged gait [v STOTTED, STOTTING, STOTS] STOW to {pack=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : STOWABLE [adj] STUB to strike accidentally against a projecting object [v STUBBED, STUBBING, ST UBS] STUD to set thickly with small projections [v STUDDED, STUDDING, STUDS] STUM to increase the fermentation of by adding grape juice [v STUMMED, STUMMING, STUMS] STUN to render senseless or incapable of action [v STUNNED, STUNNING, STUNS] STYE an inflamed swelling of the eyelid [n -S] SUBA {subah=n} [n -S] SUBS <sub=v> [v] SUCH of that kind [adj]

SUCK to draw in by establishing a partial vacuum [v -ED, -ING, -S] SUDD a floating mass of vegetation [n -S] SUDS to wash in soapy water [v -ED, -ING, -ES] SUED <sue=v> [v] SUER one that {sues=v} [n -S] SUES <sue=v> [v] SUET the hard, fatty tissue around the kidneys of cattle and sheep [n -S] : SUET Y [adj] SUGH to {sough=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SUIT to be appropriate to [v -ED, -ING, -S] SUKS <suk=n> [n] SULK to be sulky [v -ED, -ING, -S] SULU a Melanesian skirt [n -S] SUMO a Japanese form of wrestling [n -MOS] SUMP a low area serving as a drain or receptacle for liquids [n -S] SUMS <sum=v> [v] SUNG <sing=v> [v] SUNK <sink=v> [v] SUNN an East Indian shrub [n -S] SUNS <sun=v> [v] SUPE an actor without a speaking part [n -S] SUPS <sup=v> [v] SUQS <suq=n> [n] SURA a chapter of the Koran [n -S] SURD a voiceless speech sound [n -S] SURE free from doubt [adj SURER, SUREST] SURF to ride breaking waves on a long, narrow board [v -ED, -ING, -S] : SURFABLE [adj] SUSS to figure out [v -ED, -ING, -ES] SWAB to clean with a large mop [v SWABBED, SWABBING, SWABS] SWAG to {sway=v} [v SWAGGED, SWAGGING, SWAGS] SWAM <swim=v> [v] SWAN to {swear=v} [v SWANNED, SWANNING, SWANS] SWAP to {trade=v} [v SWAPPED, SWAPPING, SWAPS] SWAT to hit sharply [v SWATTED, SWATTING, SWATS] SWAY to move slowly back and forth [v -ED, -ING, -S] : SWAYABLE [adj] SWIG to drink deeply or rapidly [v SWIGGED, SWIGGING, SWIGS] SWIM to propel oneself in water by natural means [v SWAM, SWUM, SWIMMING, SWIMS] SWOB to {swab=v} [v SWOBBED, SWOBBING, SWOBS] SWOP to {swap=v} [v SWOPPED, SWOPPING, SWOPS] SWOT to {swat=v} [v SWOTTED, SWOTTING, SWOTS] SWUM <swim=v> [v] SYBO the {cibol=n} [n -BOES] SYCE a male servant in India [n -S] SYKE a small stream [n -S] SYLI a former monetary unit of Guinea [n -S] SYNC to cause to operate in unison [v -ED, -ING, -S] SYNE {since=adv} [adv] SYPH {syphilis=n} [n -S] TABS <tab=v> [v] TABU to {taboo=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] TACE {tasse=n} [n -S] TACH a device for indicating speed of rotation [n -S] TACK to fasten with tacks (short, sharp-pointed nails) [v -ED, -ING, -S] TACO a tortilla folded around a filling [n -COS] TACT skill in dealing with delicate situations [n -S] TADS <tad=n> [n] TAEL a Chinese unit of weight [n -S] TAGS <tag=v> [v] TAHR a goatlike mammal [n -S]

TAIL to provide with a tail (a hindmost part) [v -ED, -ING, -S] TAIN a thin plate [n -S] TAKA a monetary unit of Bangladesh [n -S] TAKE to get possession of [v TOOK, TAKEN, TAKING, TAKES] : TAKABLE, TAKEABLE [ad j] TALA a traditional rhythmic pattern of music in India [n -S] TALC to treat with talc (a soft mineral with a soapy texture) [v TALCKED, TALCKI NG, TALCS or TALCED, TALCING, TALCS] : TALCKY, TALCOSE, TALCOUS [adj] TALE a story [n -S] TALI <talus=n> [n] TALK to communicate by speaking [v -ED, -ING, -S] TALL having great height [adj TALLER, TALLEST] / a garment size for tall persons [n -S] TAME gentle or docile [adj TAMER, TAMEST] / to make {tame=adj} [v TAMED, TAMING, TAMES] TAMP to pack down by tapping [v -ED, -ING, -S] TAMS <tam=n> [n] TANG to provide with a pungent flavor [v -ED, -ING, -S] TANK to store in a tank (a container usually for liquids) [v -ED, -ING, -S] TANS <tan=v> [v] TAOS <tao=n> [n] TAPA a cloth made from tree bark [n -S] TAPE to fasten with tape (a long, narrow strip or band) [v TAPED, TAPING, TAPES] : TAPEABLE [adj] TAPS <tap=v> [v] TARE to determine the weight of a container holding goods [v TARED, TARING, TARE S] TARN a small mountain lake [n -S] TARO a tropical plant [n -ROS] TARP a protective canvas covering [n -S] TARS <tar=v> [v] TART having a sharp, sour taste [adj TARTER, TARTEST] / to dress up [v -ED, -ING , -S] TASK to assign a job to [v -ED, -ING, -S] TASS a drinking cup [n -ES] TATE a tuft of hair [n -S] TATS <tat=v> [v] TAUS <tau=n> [n] TAUT fully stretched, so as not to be slack [adj TAUTER, TAUTEST] / to {tangle=v } [v -ED, -ING, -S] TAVS <tav=n> [n] TAWS <taw=v> [v] TAXA <taxon=n> [n] TAXI to travel in a taxicab [v TAXIED, TAXIING or TAXYING, TAXIS or TAXIES] TEAK an East Indian tree [n -S] TEAL a river duck [n -S] TEAM to form a team (a group of persons associated in a joint action) [v -ED, -I NG, -S] TEAR to emit tears (drops of saline liquid secreted by a gland of the eye) [v -E D, -ING, -S] / to pull apart or into pieces [v TORE, TORN, TEARING, TEARS] : TEA RABLE [adj] TEAS <tea=n> [n] TEAT a mammary gland [n -S] : TEATED [adj] TECH a {technician=n} [n -S] TEDS <ted=v> [v] TEED <tee=v> [v] TEEL {sesame=n} [n -S] TEEM to be full to overflowing [v -ED, -ING, -S] TEEN a {teenager=n} [n -S] TEES <tee=v> [v]

TEFF a cereal grass [n -S] TEGG a sheep in its second year [n -S] TEGS <teg=n> [n] TELA an anatomical tissue [n -LAE] TELE a television set [n -S] TELL to give a detailed account of [v TOLD, TELLING, TELLS] : TELLABLE [adj] TELS <tel=n> [n] TEMP a temporary worker [n -S] / to work in a temporary position [v -ED, -ING, S] TEND to be disposed or inclined [v -ED, -ING, -S] TENS <ten=n> [n] TENT to live in a tent (a type of portable shelter) [v -ED, -ING, -S] TEPA a chemical compound [n -S] TERM to give a name to [v -ED, -ING, -S] TERN a {seabird=n} [n -S] TEST to subject to an examination [v -ED, -ING, -S] : TESTABLE [adj] TETH a Hebrew letter [n -S] TETS <tet=n> [n] TEWS <tew=v> [v] TEXT the main body of a written or printed work [n -S] THAE these; those [adj] THAN used to introduce the second element of a comparison [conj] THAT the one indicated [pron THOSE] THAW to {melt=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] THEE the objective case of the pronoun thou [pron] THEM the objective case of the pronoun they [pron] THEN that time [n -S] THEW a well-developed muscle [n -S] THEY the 3d person pl. pronoun in the nominative case [pron] THIN having relatively little density or thickness [adj THINNER, THINNEST] / to make {thin=adj} [v THINNED, THINNING, THINS] THIO containing sulfur [adj] THIR {these=pron} [pron] THIS the person or thing just mentioned [pron THESE] THOU to address as "thou" (the 2d person sing. pronoun in the nominative case) [ v -ED, -ING, -S] THRO {through=prep} [prep] THRU {through=prep} [prep] THUD to make a dull, heavy sound [v THUDDED, THUDDING, THUDS] THUG a brutal ruffian or assassin [n -S] THUS in this manner [adv] TICK to make a recurrent clicking sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] TICS <tic=v> [v] TIDE to flow like the tide (the rise and fall of the ocean's waters) [v TIDED, T IDING, TIDES] TIDY neat and orderly [adj -DIER, -DIEST] / to make {tidy=adj} [v -DIED, -DYING, -DIES] TIED <tie=v> [v] TIER to arrange in tiers (rows placed one above another) [v -ED, -ING, -S] TIES <tie=v> [v] TIFF to have a petty quarrel [v -ED, -ING, -S] TIKE {tyke=n} [n -S] TIKI a wood or stone image of a Polynesian god [n -S] TILE to cover with tiles (thin slabs of baked clay) [v TILED, TILING, TILES] TILL to prepare land for crops by plowing [v -ED, -ING, -S] : TILLABLE [adj] TILS <til=n> [n] TILT to cause to slant [v -ED, -ING, -S] : TILTABLE [adj] TIME to determine the speed or duration of [v TIMED, TIMING, TIMES] TINE to {lose=v} [v TINED, TINING, TINES] TING to emit a high-pitched metallic sound [v -ED, -ING, -S]

TINS <tin=v> [v] TINT to color slightly or delicately [v -ED, -ING, -S] TINY very small [adj TINIER, TINIEST] TIPI {tepee=n} [n -S] TIPS <tip=v> [v] TIRE to grow tired [v TIRED, TIRING, TIRES] TIRL to make a vibrating sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] TIRO {tyro=n} [n -ROS] TITI an evergreen shrub or tree [n -S] TITS <tit=n> [n] TIVY with great speed [adv] TOAD a tailless, jumping amphibian [n -S] TOBY a type of drinking mug [n -BIES] TODS <tod=n> [n] TODY a West Indian bird [n TODIES] TOEA a monetary unit of Papua New Guinea [n -S] TOED <toe=v> [v] TOES <toe=v> [v] TOFF a {dandy=n} [n -S] TOFT a {hillock=n} [n -S] TOFU a soft Oriental cheese made from soybean milk [n -S] TOGA an outer garment worn in ancient Rome [n -GAS or -GAE] : TOGAED [adj] TOGS <tog=v> [v] TOIL to work strenuously [v -ED, -ING, -S] TOIT to {saunter=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] TOKE to take a puff on a marijuana cigarette [v TOKED, TOKING, TOKES] TOLA a unit of weight used in India [n -S] TOLD <tell=v> [v] TOLE to {allure=v} [v TOLED, TOLING, TOLES] TOLL to collect or impose a toll (a fixed charge for a service or privilege) [v -ED, -ING, -S] TOLU a fragrant resin [n -S] TOMB to place in a tomb (a burial vault or chamber) [v -ED, -ING, -S] TOME a large book [n -S] TOMS <tom=n> [n] TONE to give a particular tone (a sound of definite pitch and vibration) to [v T ONED, TONING, TONES] TONG to lift with a type of grasping device [v -ED, -ING, -S] TONS <ton=n> [n] TONY {stylish=adj} [adj TONIER, TONIEST] TOOK <take=v> [v] TOOL to form or finish with a tool (an implement used in manual work) [v -ED, -I NG, -S] TOOM {empty=adj} [adj] TOON an East Indian tree [n -S] TOOT to sound a horn or whistle in short blasts [v -ED, -ING, -S] TOPE to drink liquor to excess [v TOPED, TOPING, TOPES] TOPH {tufa=n} [n -S] TOPI a sun helmet [n -S] TOPO {topographic=adj} [adj] TOPS <top=v> [v] TORA {torah=n} [n -S] TORC a metal collar or necklace [n -S] TORE a {torus=n} [n -S] TORI <torus=n> [n] TORN <tear=v> [v] TORO a bull [n -ROS] TORR a unit of pressure [n -S] TORS <tor=n> [n] TORT a civil wrong [n -S]

TORY a political conservative [n -RIES] TOSH {nonsense=n} [n -ES] TOSS to throw lightly [v TOSSED or TOST, TOSSING, TOSSES] TOST <toss=v> [v] TOTE to carry by hand [v TOTED, TOTING, TOTES] : TOTEABLE [adj] TOTS <tot=v> [v] TOUR to travel from place to place [v -ED, -ING, -S] TOUT to solicit brazenly [v -ED, -ING, -S] TOWN a center of population smaller than a city [n -S] TOWS <tow=v> [v] TOWY resembling coarse hemp or flax fiber [adj] TOYO a smooth straw used in making hats [n -YOS] TOYS <toy=v> [v] TRAD {traditional=adj} [adj] TRAM to convey in a tramcar [v TRAMMED, TRAMMING, TRAMS] TRAP to catch in a trap (a device for capturing and holding animals) [v TRAPPED or TRAPT, TRAPPING, TRAPS] TRAY a flat, shallow receptacle [n TRAYS] TREE to drive up a tree (a tall, woody plant) [v TREED, TREEING, TREES] TREF unfit for use according to Jewish law [adj] TREK to make a slow or arduous journey [v TREKKED, TREKKING, TREKS] TRES {very=adj} [adj] TRET an allowance formerly paid to purchasers for waste incurred in transit [n S] TREY a three in cards, dice, or dominoes [n TREYS] TRIG {neat=adj} [adj TRIGGER, TRIGGEST] / to make {trig=adj} [v TRIGGED, TRIGGIN G, TRIGS] TRIM neat and orderly [adj TRIMMER, TRIMMEST] / to make trim by cutting [v TRIMM ED, TRIMMING, TRIMS] TRIO a group of three [n TRIOS] TRIP to {stumble=v} [v TRIPPED, TRIPPING, TRIPS] TROD <tread=v> [v] TROG a {hooligan=n} [n -S] TROP too much [adv] TROT to go at a gait between a walk and a run [v TROTTED, TROTTING, TROTS] TROW to {suppose=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] TROY a system of weights [n TROYS] TRUE consistent with fact or reality [adj TRUER, TRUEST] / to bring to conformit y with a standard or requirement [v TRUED, TRUING or TRUEING, TRUES] TRUG a gardener's basket [n -S] TSAR {czar=n} [n -S] TSKS <tsk=v> [v] TUBA a brass wind instrument [n -BAS or -BAE] TUBE to provide with a tube (a long, hollow cylinder) [v TUBED, TUBING, TUBES] TUBS <tub=v> [v] TUCK to fold under [v -ED, -ING, -S] TUFA a porous limestone [n -S] TUFF a volcanic rock [n -S] TUFT to form into tufts (clusters of flexible outgrowths attached at the base) [ v -ED, -ING, -S] TUGS <tug=v> [v] TUIS <tui=n> [n] TULE a tall marsh plant [n -S] TUMP to tip over, especially accidentally [v -ED, -ING, -S] TUNA a marine food fish [n -S] TUNE to put into the proper pitch [v TUNED, TUNING, TUNES] TUNG a Chinese tree [n -S] TUNS <tun=v> [v] TUPS <tup=v> [v] TURF a surface layer of earth containing a dense growth of grass and its roots [

n TURFS or TURVES] / to cover with turf [v -ED, -ING, -S] TURK a usually young dynamic person, eager for change [n -S] TURN to move around a central point [v -ED, -ING, -S] : TURNABLE [adj] TUSH to {tusk=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] TUSK to gore with a tusk (a long, pointed tooth extending outside of the mouth) [v -ED, -ING, -S] TUTS <tut=v> [v] TUTU a short ballet skirt [n -S] : TUTUED [adj] TWAE {two=n} [n -S] TWAS <twa=n> [n] TWEE affectedly cute or dainty [adj] TWIG to {observe=v} [v TWIGGED, TWIGGING, TWIGS] TWIN to bring together in close association [v TWINNED, TWINNING, TWINS] TWIT to {ridicule=v} [v TWITTED, TWITTING, TWITS] TWOS <two=n> [n] TYEE a food fish [n -S] TYER one that {ties=v} [n -S] TYES <tye=n> [n] TYIN a monetary unit of Kazakhstan [n TYIN] TYKE a small {child=n} [n -S] TYNE to {tine=v} [v TYNED, TYNING, TYNES] TYPE to write with a typewriter [v TYPED, TYPING, TYPES] : TYPABLE, TYPEABLE [ad j] TYPO a typographical error [n -POS] TYPP a unit of yarn size [n -S] TYPY characterized by strict conformance to the characteristics of a group [adj TYPIER, TYPIEST] TYRE to furnish with a covering for a wheel [v TYRED, TYRING, TYRES] TYRO a {beginner=n} [n -ROS] : TYRONIC [adj] TZAR {czar=n} [n -S] UDON a Japanese noodle made with wheat flour [n -S] UDOS <udo=n> [n] UGHS <ugh=n> [n] UGLY displeasing to the sight [adj -LIER, -LIEST] : UGLILY [adv] / one that is u gly [n -LIES] UKES <uke=n> [n] ULAN {uhlan=n} [n -S] ULNA a bone of the forearm [n -NAE or -NAS] : ULNAR [adj] ULUS <ulu=n> [n] ULVA an edible seaweed [n -S] UMBO the rounded elevation at the center of a shield [n -BONES or -BOS] : UMBONA L, UMBONATE, UMBONIC [adj] UMPS <ump=v> [v] UNAI {unau=n} [n -S] UNAU a two-toed sloth [n -S] UNBE to cease to have being [v UNBEING] UNCI <uncus=n> [n] UNCO a stranger [n -COS] UNDE {wavy=adj} [adj] UNDO to bring to ruin [v -DID, -DONE, -DOING, -DOES] UNDY {unde=adj} [adj] UNIT a specific quantity used as a standard of measurement [n -S] UNTO {to=prep} [prep] UPAS an Asian tree [n -ES] UPBY {upbye=adv} [adv] UPDO an upswept hairdo [n -DOS] UPON on [prep] URBS <urb=n> [n] URDS <urd=n> [n] UREA a chemical compound [n -S] : UREAL [adj]

URGE to force forward [v URGED, URGING, URGES] URIC pertaining to {urine=n} [adj] URNS <urn=n> [n] URPS <urp=v> [v] URSA a female bear [n -SAE] URUS an extinct European ox [n -ES] USED <use=v> [v] USER one that {uses=v} [n -S] USES <use=v> [v] UTAS <uta=n> [n] UTES <ute=n> [n] UVEA a layer of the eye [n -S] : UVEAL [adj] VACS <vac=n> [n] VAGI <vagus=n> [n] VAIL to {lower=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] VAIN filled with undue admiration for oneself [adj VAINER, VAINEST] : VAINLY [ad v] VAIR a fur used for lining and trimming medieval garments [n -S] VALE a {valley=n} [n -S] VAMP to repair or patch [v -ED, -ING, -S] VANE a device for showing the direction of the wind [n -S] : VANED [adj] VANG a rope on a ship [n -S] VANS <van=v> [v] VARA a Spanish unit of length [n -S] VARS <var=n> [n] VARY to become or make different [v VARIED, VARYING, VARIES] VASA <vas=n> [n] VASE a rounded, decorative container [n -S] : VASELIKE [adj] VAST of great extent or size [adj VASTER, VASTEST] / a vast space [n -S] VATS <vat=v> [v] VATU a monetary unit of Vanuatu [n -S] VAUS <vau=n> [n] VAVS <vav=n> [n] VAWS <vaw=n> [n] VEAL to kill and prepare a calf for food [v -ED, -ING, -S] VEEP a vice president [n -S] VEER to change direction [v -ED, -ING, -S] VEES <vee=n> [n] VEIL to provide with a veil (a piece of sheer fabric worn over the face) [v -ED, -ING, -S] VEIN to fill with veins (tubular blood vessels) [v -ED, -ING, -S] VELA <velum=n> [n] VELD {veldt=n} [n -S] VENA a vein [n -NAE] VEND to {sell=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : VENDABLE [adj] VENT to provide with a vent (an opening for the escape of gas or liquid) [v -ED, -ING, -S] VERA {very=adj} [adj] VERB a word used to express an act, occurrence, or mode of being [n -S] VERT the heraldic color green [n -S] VERY {absolute=adj} [adj VERIER, VERIEST] VEST to place in the control of [v -ED, -ING, -S] VETO to forbid or prevent authoritatively [v -ED, -ING, -ES] VETS <vet=v> [v] VEXT <vex=v> [v] VIAL to put in a vial (a small container for liquids) [v VIALED, VIALING, VIALS or VIALLED, VIALLING, VIALS] VIBE a {vibration=n} [n -S] VICE to {vise=v} [v VICED, VICING, VICES] VIDE see -- used to direct a reader to another item; VIDE is the only form of th

is verb; it cannot be conjugated [v] VIDS <vid=n> [n] VIED <vie=v> [v] VIER one that {vies=v} [n -S] VIES <vie=v> [v] VIEW to look at [v -ED, -ING, -S] : VIEWABLE [adj] VIGA a ceiling beam in Spanish architecture [n -S] VIGS <vig=n> [n] VILE physically repulsive [adj VILER, VILEST] : VILELY [adv] VILL a {village=n} [n -S] VIMS <vim=n> [n] VINA a stringed instrument of India [n -S] VINE to grow like a vine (a climbing plant) [v VINED, VINING, VINES] VINO wine [n -NOS] VINY covered with vines [adj VINIER, VINIEST] VIOL a stringed instrument [n -S] VIRL a metal ring or cap put around a shaft to prevent splitting [n -S] VISA to put an official endorsement on, as a passport [v -ED, -ING, -S] VISE to hold in a vise (a clamping device) [v VISED, VISING, VISES] / to {visa=v } [v VISEED, VISEING, VISES] VITA a brief, autobiographical sketch [n VITAE] VIVA a shout or cry used to express approval [n -S] VIVE used as an exclamation of approval [interj] VOES <voe=n> [n] VOID to make void (of no legal force or effect) [v -ED, -ING, -S] : VOIDABLE [ad j] VOLE to win all the tricks in a card game [v VOLED, VOLING, VOLES] VOLT a unit of electromotive force [n -S] VOTE to cast a vote (a formal expression of will or opinion) [v VOTED, VOTING, V OTES] VOWS <vow=v> [v] VROW {vrouw=n} [n -S] VUGG {vug=n} [n -S] VUGH {vug=n} [n -S] VUGS <vug=n> [n] WABS <wab=n> [n] WACK a wacky person [n -S] / very bad [adj WACKER, WACKEST] WADE to walk through water [v WADED, WADING, WADES] WADI the bed of a usually dry watercourse [n -S] WADS <wad=v> [v] WADY {wadi=n} [n -DIES] WAES <wae=n> [n] WAFF to {wave=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WAFT to carry lightly over air or water [v -ED, -ING, -S] WAGE to engage in or carry on [v WAGED, WAGING, WAGES] WAGS <wag=v> [v] WAIF to throw away [v -ED, -ING, -S] WAIL to utter a long, mournful cry [v -ED, -ING, -S] WAIN a large, open wagon [n -S] WAIR to {spend=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WAIT to stay in expectation of [v -ED, -ING, -S] WAKE to rouse from sleep [v WAKED, WOKE, WOKEN, WAKING, WAKES] WALE to mark with welts [v WALED, WALING, WALES] WALK to advance on foot [v -ED, -ING, -S] : WALKABLE [adj] WALL to provide with a wall (an upright structure built to enclose an area) [v ED, -ING, -S] WALY something visually pleasing [n WALIES] WAME the belly [n -S] WAND a slender rod [n -S] WANE to decrease in size or extent [v WANED, WANING, WANES]

WANS <wan=v> [v] WANT to have a desire for [v -ED, -ING, -S] WANY waning in some parts [adj WANIER, WANIEST] WAPS <wap=v> [v] WARD to turn aside [v -ED, -ING, -S] WARE to beware of [v WARED, WARING, WARES] WARK to endure pain [v -ED, -ING, -S] WARM moderately hot [adj WARMER, WARMEST] / to make {warm=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WARN to make aware of impending or possible danger [v -ED, -ING, -S] WARP to turn or twist out of shape [v -ED, -ING, -S] WARS <war=v> [v] WART a protuberance on the skin [n -S] : WARTED [adj] WARY {watchful=adj} [adj WARIER, WARIEST] WASH to cleanse by immersing in or applying a liquid [v -ED, -ING, -ES] WASP a stinging insect [n -S] : WASPISH, WASPLIKE [adj] WAST {west=n} [n -S] WATS <wat=n> [n] WATT a unit of power [n -S] WAUK to {wake=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WAUL to cry like a cat [v -ED, -ING, -S] WAUR worse [adj] WAVE to move freely back and forth or up and down [v WAVED, WAVING, WAVES] WAVY having waves [adj WAVIER, WAVIEST] / {wavey=n} [n -VIES] WAWL to {waul=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WAWS <waw=n> [n] WAXY resembling wax [adj WAXIER, WAXIEST] WAYS <way=n> [n] WEAK lacking strength [adj WEAKER, WEAKEST] WEAL a welt [n -S] WEAN to withhold mother's milk from and substitute other nourishment [v -ED, -IN G, -S] WEAR to have on one's person [v WORE, WORN, WEARING, WEARS] WEBS <web=v> [v] WEDS <wed=v> [v] WEED to remove weeds (undesirable plants) [v -ED, -ING, -S] WEEK a period of seven days [n -S] WEEL well [adj] WEEN to {suppose=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WEEP to express sorrow by shedding tears [v WEPT, WEEPING, WEEPS] WEER <wee=adj> [adj] WEES <wee=n> [n] WEET to {know=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WEFT a woven fabric or garment [n -S] WEIR a fence placed in a stream to catch fish [n -S] WEKA a flightless bird [n -S] WELD to join by applying heat [v -ED, -ING, -S] : WELDABLE [adj] WELL to rise to the surface and flow forth [v -ED, -ING, -S] WELT to mark with welts (ridges or lumps raised on the skin) [v -ED, -ING, -S] WEND to proceed along [v -ED, -ING, -S] WENS <wen=n> [n] WENT <go=v> [v] WEPT <weep=v> [v] WERE <be=v> [v] WERT <be=v> [v] WEST a cardinal point of the compass [n -S] WETS <wet=v> [v] WHAM to hit with a loud impact [v WHAMMED, WHAMMING, WHAMS] WHAP to {whop=v} [v WHAPPED, WHAPPING, WHAPS] WHAT the true nature of something [n -S] WHEE used to express delight [interj]

WHEN the time in which something is done or occurs [n -S] WHET to sharpen by friction [v WHETTED, WHETTING, WHETS] WHEW a whistling sound [n -S] WHEY the watery part of milk [n WHEYS] : WHEYEY, WHEYISH [adj] WHID to move rapidly and quietly [v WHIDDED, WHIDDING, WHIDS] WHIG one who interprets history as a continuing victory of progress over reactio nary forces [n -S] WHIM an impulsive idea [n -S] WHIN {furze=n} [n -S] WHIP to strike with a whip (an instrument for administering corporal punishment) [v WHIPPED or WHIPT, WHIPPING, WHIPS] WHIR to move with a buzzing sound [v WHIRRED, WHIRRING, WHIRS] WHIT a {particle=n} [n -S] WHIZ to move with a buzzing or hissing sound [v WHIZZED, WHIZZING, WHIZZES] WHOA used to command an animal to stop [interj] WHOM the objective case of who [pron] WHOP to strike forcibly [v WHOPPED, WHOPPING, WHOPS] WHUP to defeat decisively [v WHUPPED, WHUPPING, WHUPS] WHYS <why=n> [n] WICH {wych=n} [n -ES] WICK a bundle of loosely twisted fibers in a candle or oil lamp [n -S] WIDE having great extent from side to side [adj WIDER, WIDEST] : WIDELY [adv] / a type of bowled ball in cricket [n -S] WIFE a woman married to a man [n WIVES] / to {wive=v} [v WIFED, WIFING, WIFES] WIGS <wig=v> [v] WILD to go about in a group attacking others [v -ED, -ING, -S] / living in a nat ural state [adj WILDER, WILDEST] WILE to {entice=v} [v WILED, WILING, WILES] WILL to decide upon [v -ED, -ING, -S] : WILLABLE [adj] / used as an auxiliary fo llowed by a simple infinitive to express futurity, inclination, likelihood, or r equirement [v past sing. 2d person WOULD, WOULDEST, or WOULDST] WILT to become {limp=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WILY {crafty=adj} [adj WILIER, WILIEST] WIMP to act in a timid manner [v -ED, -ING, -S] WIND to pass around an object or fixed center [v WOUND or WINDED, WINDING, WINDS ] : WINDABLE [adj] WINE to provide with wine (the fermented juice of the grape) [v WINED, WINING, W INES] WING to travel by means of wings (organs of flight) [v -ED, -ING, -S] WINK to close and open one eye quickly [v -ED, -ING, -S] WINO one who is habitually drunk on wine [n WINOES or WINOS] WINS <win=v> [v] WINY having the taste or qualities of wine [adj WINIER, WINIEST] WIPE to rub lightly in order to clean or dry [v WIPED, WIPING, WIPES] WIRE to fasten with wire (a slender rod, strand, or thread of ductile metal) [v WIRED, WIRING, WIRES] : WIRABLE [adj] WIRY resembling wire [adj WIRIER, WIRIEST] WISE having wisdom [adj WISER, WISEST] / to become aware or informed [v WISED, W ISING, WISES] WISH to feel an impulse toward attainment or possession of something [v -ED, -IN G, -ES] WISP to twist into a wisp (a small bunch or bundle) [v -ED, -ING, -S] WISS to {wish=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] WIST to {know=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WITE to {blame=v} [v WITED, WITING, WITES] WITH in the company of [prep] WITS <wit=n> [n] WIVE to marry a woman [v WIVED, WIVING, WIVES] WOAD a blue dye [n -S] : WOADED [adj] WOES <woe=n> [n]

WOKE <wake=v> [v] WOKS <wok=n> [n] WOLD an elevated tract of open land [n -S] WOLF a carnivorous mammal [n WOLVES] / to devour voraciously [v -ED, -ING, -S] WOMB the {uterus=n} [n -S] : WOMBED [adj] WONK an overly studious student [n -S] WONS <won=v> [v] WONT to make accustomed to [v -ED, -ING, -S] WOOD to furnish with wood (the hard, fibrous substance beneath the bark of a tre e or shrub) [v -ED, -ING, -S] WOOF to utter a gruff barking sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] WOOL the dense, soft hair forming the coat of certain mammals [n -S] WOOS <woo=v> [v] WORD to express in words (speech sounds that communicate meaning) [v -ED, -ING, -S] WORE <wear=v> [v] WORK to exert one's powers of body or mind for some purpose [v WORKED or WROUGHT , WORKING, WORKS] WORM to rid of worms (small, limbless invertebrates) [v -ED, -ING, -S] WORN affected by wear or use [adj] WORT a plant, herb, or vegetable [n -S] WOST <wit=v> [v] WOTS <wot=v> [v] WOVE <weave=v> [v] WOWS <wow=v> [v] WRAP to enclose in something wound or folded about [v WRAPPED or WRAPT, WRAPPING , WRAPS] WREN a small {songbird=n} [n -S] WRIT a written legal order [n -S] WUSS a wimp [n -ES] WYCH a European elm [n -ES] WYES <wye=n> [n] WYLE to {beguile=v} [v WYLED, WYLING, WYLES] WYND a narrow street [n -S] WYNN the rune for W [n -S] WYNS <wyn=n> [n] WYTE to {wite=v} [v WYTED, WYTING, WYTES] XYST {xystus=n} [n -S] YACK to {yak=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] YAFF to {bark=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] YAGI a type of shortwave antenna [n -S] YAGS <yag=n> [n] YAKS <yak=v> [v] YALD {yauld=adj} [adj] YAMS <yam=n> [n] YANG the masculine active principle in Chinese cosmology [n -S] YANK to pull suddenly [v -ED, -ING, -S] YAPS <yap=v> [v] YARD to put in a yard (a tract of ground adjacent to a building) [v -ED, -ING, S] YARE {nimble=adj} [adj YARER, YAREST] : YARELY [adv] YARN to tell a long story [v -ED, -ING, -S] YAUD an old mare [n -S] YAUP to {yawp=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] YAWL to {yowl=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] YAWN to open the mouth wide with a deep inhalation of air [v -ED, -ING, -S] YAWP to utter a loud, harsh cry [v -ED, -ING, -S] YAWS <yaw=v> [v] YAYS <yay=n> [n] YEAH an affirmative reply [n -S]

YEAN to bear young [v -ED, -ING, -S] YEAR a period of time consisting of 365 or 366 days [n -S] YEAS <yea=n> [n] YECH {yecch=n} [n -S] YEGG a {burglar=n} [n -S] YELD not giving milk [adj] YELK {yolk=n} [n -S] YELL to cry out loudly [v -ED, -ING, -S] YELP to utter a sharp, shrill cry [v -ED, -ING, -S] YENS <yen=v> [v] YEPS <yep=n> [n] YERK to beat vigorously [v -ED, -ING, -S] YETI the abominable snowman [n -S] YETT a gate [n -S] YEUK to {itch=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] YEWS <yew=n> [n] YILL {ale=n} [n -S] YINS <yin=n> [n] YIPE used to express fear or surprise [interj] YIPS <yip=v> [v] YIRD earth [n -S] YIRR to {snarl=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] YLEM hypothetical matter from which the elements are derived [n -S] YOBS <yob=n> [n] YOCK to laugh boisterously [v -ED, -ING, -S] YODH {yod=n} [n -S] YODS <yod=n> [n] YOGA a Hindu philosophy involving physical and mental disciplines [n -S] YOGH a Middle English letter [n -S] YOGI a person who practices yoga [n -S] YOKE to fit with a yoke (a wooden frame for joining together draft animals) [v Y OKED, YOKING, YOKES] YOKS <yok=n> [n] YOLK the yellow portion of an egg [n -S] : YOLKED [adj] YOND {yonder=adv} [adv] YONI a symbol for the vulva in Hindu religion [n -S] : YONIC [adj] YORE time past [n -S] YOUR a possessive form of the pronoun you [adj] YOUS <you=n> [n] YOWE a {ewe=n} [n -S] YOWL to utter a loud, long, mournful cry [v -ED, -ING, -S] YOWS <yow=v> [v] YUAN a monetary unit of China [n -S] YUCA {cassava=n} [n -S] YUCH {yucch=interj} [interj] YUCK to {yuk=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] YUGA an age of time in Hinduism [n -S] YUKS <yuk=v> [v] YULE Christmas time [n -S] YUPS <yup=n> [n] YURT a portable tent [n YURTA or YURTS] YUTZ a stupid, foolish, or ineffectual person [n -ES] YWIS {iwis=adv} [adv] ZAGS <zag=v> [v] ZANY ludicrously comical [adj ZANIER, ZANIEST] : ZANILY [adv] / a zany person [n -NIES] ZAPS <zap=v> [v] ZARF a metal holder for a coffee cup [n -S] ZEAL enthusiastic devotion [n -S] ZEBU an Asian ox [n -S]

ZEDS <zed=n> [n] ZEES <zee=n> [n] ZEIN a simple protein [n -S] ZEKS <zek=n> [n] ZEPS <zep=n> [n] ZERK a grease fitting [n -S] ZERO to aim at the exact center of a target [v -ED, -ING, -ES or -S] ZEST to fill with zest (invigorating excitement) [v -ED, -ING, -S] ZETA a Greek letter [n -S] ZIGS <zig=v> [v] ZILL one of a pair of finger cymbals [n -S] ZINC to coat with zinc (a metallic element) [v ZINCED, ZINCING, ZINCS or ZINCKED , ZINCKING, ZINCS] ZINE a {magazine=n} [n -S] ZING to move with a high-pitched humming sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] ZINS <zin=n> [n] ZIPS <zip=v> [v] ZITI a tubular pasta [n -S] ZITS <zit=n> [n] ZOEA a larval form of certain crustaceans [n ZOEAE or ZOEAS] : ZOEAL [adj] ZOIC pertaining to animals or animal life [adj] ZONA a transparent substance surrounding the ovum of mammals [n ZONAE] ZONE to arrange in zones (areas distinguished from other adjacent areas) [v ZONE D, ZONING, ZONES] ZONK to {stupefy=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ZOOM to move with a loud humming sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] ZOON the whole product of one fertilized egg [n ZOA or ZOONS] : ZOONAL [adj] / t o {zoom=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ZOOS <zoo=n> [n] ZORI a type of sandal [n ZORI or ZORIS] ZOUK a dance music of the French West Indies [n -S] ZYME an {enzyme=n} [n -S] AAHED <aah=v> [v] AALII a tropical tree [n -S] AARGH used to express disgust [interj] ABACA a Philippine plant [n -S] ABACI <abacus=n> [n] ABACK toward the back [adv] ABAFT toward the stern [adv] ABAKA {abaca=n} [n -S] ABAMP {abampere=n} [n -S] ABASE to lower in rank, prestige, or esteem [v ABASED, ABASING, ABASES] : ABASED LY [adv] ABASH to make ashamed or embarrassed [v -ED, -ING, -ES] : ABASHEDLY [adv] ABATE to reduce in degree or intensity [v ABATED, ABATING, ABATES] : ABATABLE [a dj] ABAYA a long loose robe worn by Arab women [n -S] ABBAS <abba=n> [n] ABBES <abbe=n> [n] ABBEY a monastery or convent [n -BEYS] ABBOT the superior of a monastery [n -S] ABEAM at right angles to the keel of a ship [adv] ABELE a Eurasian tree [n -S] ABETS <abet=v> [v] ABHOR to {loathe=v} [v -HORRED, -HORRING, -HORS] ABIDE to accept without objection [v ABODE or ABIDED, ABIDING, ABIDES] : ABIDING LY [adv] ABLED capable of unimpaired function [adj] ABLER <able=adj> [adj] ABLES <able=n> [n]

ABMHO a unit of electrical conductance [n -MHOS] ABODE to {forebode=v} [v ABODED, ABODING, ABODES] ABOHM a unit of electrical resistance [n -S] ABOIL boiling [adj] ABOMA a South American snake [n -S] ABOON above [adv] ABORT to bring forth a fetus prematurely [v -ED, -ING, -S] ABOUT {approximately=adv} [adv] ABOVE something that is above (in a higher place) [n -S] ABRIS <abri=n> [n] ABUSE to use wrongly or improperly [v ABUSED, ABUSING, ABUSES] : ABUSABLE [adj] ABUTS <abut=v> [v] ABUZZ buzzing [adj] ABYES <abye=v> [v] ABYSM an {abyss=n} [n -S] ABYSS a bottomless chasm [n -ES] : ABYSSAL [adj] ACARI <acarus=n> [n] ACERB {sour=adj} [adj ACERBER, ACERBEST] ACETA <acetum=n> [n] ACHED <ache=v> [v] ACHES <ache=v> [v] ACHOO {ahchoo=interj} [interj] ACIDS <acid=n> [n] ACIDY {sour=adj} [adj] ACING <ace=v> [v] ACINI <acinus=n> [n] ACKEE {akee=n} [n -S] ACMES <acme=n> [n] ACMIC <acme=n> [adj] ACNED <acne=n> [adj] ACNES <acne=n> [n] ACOCK cocked [adj] ACOLD {cold=adj} [adj] ACORN the fruit of the oak tree [n -S] : ACORNED [adj] ACRED owning many acres [adj] ACRES <acre=n> [n] ACRID sharp and harsh to the taste or smell [adj -RIDER, -RIDEST] ACTED <act=v> [v] ACTIN a protein in muscle tissue [n -S] ACTOR a theatrical performer [n -S] : ACTORISH, ACTORLY [adj] ACUTE marked by sharpness or severity [adj ACUTER, ACUTEST] : ACUTELY [adv] / a type of accent mark [n -S] ACYLS <acyl=n> [n] ADAGE a traditional saying expressing a common observation [n -S] : ADAGIAL [adj ] ADAPT to make {suitable=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ADAPTABLE [adj] ADDAX a large {antelope=n} [n -ES] ADDED <add=v> [v] ADDER a venomous snake [n -S] ADDLE to {confuse=v} [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] ADEEM to take away [v -ED, -ING, -S] ADEPT highly skilled [adj ADEPTER, ADEPTEST] : ADEPTLY [adv] / an adept person [ n -S] ADIEU a farewell [n ADIEUS or ADIEUX] ADIOS used to express farewell [interj] ADITS <adit=n> [n] ADMAN a man employed in the advertising business [n ADMEN] ADMEN <adman=n> [n] ADMIT to allow to enter [v -MITTED, -MITTING, -MITS] : ADMISSIVE [adj] ADMIX to {mix=v} [v -MIXED or -MIXT, -MIXING, -MIXES]

ADOBE ADOBO ADOPT j] ADORE ADORN , -S] ADOWN ADOZE ADULT ADUNC ADUST ADYTA ADZED ADZES AECIA AEDES AEGIS AEONS AERIE AFARS AFFIX AFIRE AFOOT AFORE AFOUL AFRIT AFTER AGAIN AGAMA AGAPE AGARS AGATE AGAVE AGAZE AGENE AGENT AGERS AGGER AGGIE AGGRO AGHAS AGILE AGING AGIOS AGISM AGIST AGITA AGLEE AGLET AGLEY AGLOW AGMAS AGONE AGONS AGONY AGORA el [n AGREE AGRIA

an unburnt, sun-dried brick [n -S] : ADOBELIKE [adj] a Philippine dish of fish or meat [n -BOS] to take into one's family by legal means [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ADOPTABLE [ad to love deeply [v ADORED, ADORING, ADORES] : ADORINGLY [adv] to add something to for the purpose of making more attractive [v -ED, -ING {downward=adv} [adv] dozing [adj] a fully developed individual [n -S] : ADULTLIKE [adj] bent inward [adj] scorched [adj] <adytum=n> [n] <adze=v> [v] <adze=v> [v] <aecium=n> [n] any of a genus of mosquitoes [n AEDES] {protection=n} [n -GISES] <aeon=n> [n] a bird's nest built high on a mountain or cliff [n -S] : AERIED [adj] <afar=n> [n] to {attach=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] : AFFIXABLE [adj] being on fire [adj] on foot [adv] {before=adv} [adv] entangled [adj] {afreet=n} [n -S] behind in place or order [prep] once more [adv] a tropical lizard [n -S] a communal meal of fellowship [n -PES or -PAE or -PAI] : AGAPEIC [adj] <agar=n> [n] a variety of quartz [n -S] : AGATOID [adj] a tropical plant [n -S] gazing [adj] a chemical compound used in bleaching flour [n -S] to act as a representative for [v -ED, -ING, -S] : AGENTIAL [adj] <ager=n> [n] a mound of earth used as a fortification [n -S] a type of playing marble [n -S] a rivalry or grievance [n -GROS] <agha=n> [n] able to move quickly and easily [adj] : AGILELY [adv] the process of growing old [n -S] <agio=n> [n] {ageism=n} [n -S] to feed and take care of for a fee, as livestock [v -ED, -ING, -S] a feeling of agitation [n -S] {agley=adv} [adv] a metal sheath at the end of a lace [n -S] {awry=adv} [adv] glowing [adj] <agma=n> [n] {ago=adv} [adv] <agon=n> [n] extreme pain [n -NIES] a marketplace in ancient Greece [n -RAS or -RAE] / a monetary unit of Isra AGOROT or AGOROTH] to have the same opinion [v AGREED, AGREEING, AGREES] severe pustular eruption [n -S]

AGUES <ague=n> [n] AHEAD at or to the front [adv] AHING <ah=v> [v] AHOLD a hold or grasp of something [n -S] AHULL abandoned and flooded, as a ship [adj] AIDED <aid=v> [v] AIDER one that {aids=v} [n -S] AIDES <aide=n> [n] AILED <ail=v> [v] AIMED <aim=v> [v] AIMER one that {aims=v} [n -S] AIOLI garlic mayonnaise [n -S] AIRED <air=v> [v] AIRER a frame on which to dry clothes [n -S] AIRNS <airn=n> [n] AIRTH to {airt=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] AIRTS <airt=v> [v] AISLE a passageway between sections of seats [n -S] : AISLED [adj] AITCH the letter H [n -ES] AIVER a draft horse [n -S] AJIVA inanimate matter [n -S] AJUGA a flowering plant [n -S] AKEES <akee=n> [n] AKELA a leader of a cub scout pack [n -S] AKENE {achene=n} [n -S] ALACK used to express sorrow or regret [interj] ALAMO a softwood tree [n -MOS] ALAND {alan=n} [n -S] ALANE {alone=adj} [adj] ALANG {along=adv} [adv] ALANS <alan=n> [n] ALANT {alan=n} [n -S] ALARM to frighten by a sudden revelation of danger [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ALARMABLE [adj], ALARMEDLY [adv] ALARY {alar=adj} [adj] ALATE a winged insect [n -S] ALBAS <alba=n> [n] ALBUM a book for preserving photographs or stamps [n -S] ALCID a diving seabird [n -S] ALDER a shrub or small tree [n -S] ALDOL a chemical compound [n -S] ALECS <alec=n> [n] ALEFS <alef=n> [n] ALEPH a Hebrew letter [n -S] ALERT ready for sudden action [adj ALERTER, ALERTEST] : ALERTLY [adv] / to {warn =v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ALFAS <alfa=n> [n] ALGAE <alga=n> [n] ALGAL <alga=n> [adj] ALGAS <alga=n> [n] ALGID {cold=adj} [adj] ALGIN a viscous substance obtained from certain algae [n -S] ALGOR {coldness=n} [n -S] ALGUM {almug=n} [n -S] ALIAS an assumed name [n -ES] ALIBI to make excuses for oneself [v -BIED, -BIING, -BIES or -BIS] ALIEN to transfer to another, as property [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ALIENABLE [adj] / differing in nature or character [adj] ALIFS <alif=n> [n] ALIGN to arrange in a straight line [v -ED, -ING, -S]

ALIKE having close resemblance [adj] ALINE to {align=v} [v ALINED, ALINING, ALINES] ALIST leaning to one side [adj] ALIVE having life [adj] ALIYA {aliyah=n} [n -S] ALKIE {alky=n} [n -S] ALKYD a synthetic resin [n -S] ALKYL a univalent radical [n -S] : ALKYLIC [adj] ALLAY to reduce in intensity or severity [v -ED, -ING, -S] ALLEE a tree-lined walkway [n -S] ALLEY a narrow passageway [n -LEYS] ALLOD {allodium=n} [n -S] ALLOT to give as a share or portion [v -LOTTED, -LOTTING, -LOTS] ALLOW to put no obstacle in the way of [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ALLOWABLE [adj], ALLO WABLY, ALLOWEDLY [adv] ALLOY to combine to form an alloy (a homogenous mixture of metals) [v -ED, -ING, -S] ALLYL a univalent radical [n -S] : ALLYLIC [adj] ALMAH an Egyptian girl who sings and dances professionally [n -S] ALMAS <alma=n> [n] ALMEH {almah=n} [n -S] ALMES <alme=n> [n] ALMUD a Spanish unit of capacity [n -S] ALMUG a precious wood mentioned in the Bible [n -S] ALOES <aloe=n> [n] ALOFT in or into the air [adv] ALOHA love -- used as a greeting or farewell [n -S] ALOIN a {laxative=n} [n -S] ALONE apart from others [adj] ALONG {onward=adv} [adv] ALOOF distant in interest or feeling [adj] : ALOOFLY [adv] ALOUD {audibly=adv} [adv] ALPHA a Greek letter [n -S] ALTAR a raised structure used in worship [n -S] ALTER to make {different=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ALTERABLE [adj], ALTERABLY [ad v] ALTHO {although=conj} [conj] ALTOS <alto=n> [n] ALULA a tuft of feathers on the first digit of a bird's wing [n -LAE] : ALULAR [ adj] ALUMS <alum=n> [n] ALWAY {always=adv} [adv] AMAHS <amah=n> [n] AMAIN with full strength [adv] AMASS to {gather=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] : AMASSABLE [adj] AMAZE to overwhelm with surprise or wonder [v AMAZED, AMAZING, AMAZES] : AMAZEDL Y, AMAZINGLY [adv] AMBER a fossil resin [n -S] AMBIT the external boundary of something [n -S] AMBLE to {saunter=v} [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] AMBOS <ambo=n> [n] AMBRY a recess in a church wall for sacred vessels [n -BRIES] AMEBA {amoeba=n} [n -BAS or -BAE] : AMEBAN, AMEBIC, AMEBOID [adj] AMEER {amir=n} [n -S] AMEND to {improve=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : AMENDABLE [adj] AMENS <amen=n> [n] AMENT a mentally deficient person [n -S] AMIAS <amia=n> [n] AMICE a vestment worn about the neck and shoulders [n -S] AMICI <amicus=n> [n]

AMIDE a type of chemical compound [n -S] : AMIDIC [adj] AMIDO containing an amide united with an acid radical [adj] AMIDS <amid=n> [n] AMIES <amie=n> [n] AMIGA a female friend [n -S] AMIGO a friend [n -GOS] AMINE a type of chemical compound [n -S] : AMINIC [adj] AMINO containing an amine united with a nonacid radical [adj] AMINS <amin=n> [n] AMIRS <amir=n> [n] AMISS being out of proper order [adj] AMITY {friendship=n} [n -TIES] AMMOS <ammo=n> [n] AMNIA <amnion=n> [n] AMNIC <amnion=n> [adj] AMNIO a surgical insertion of a needle into the uterus [n -NIOS] AMOKS <amok=n> [n] AMOLE a plant root used as a substitute for soap [n -S] AMONG in the midst of [prep] AMORT being without life [adj] AMOUR a love affair [n -S] AMPED <amp=v> [v] AMPLE {abundant=adj} [adj -PLER, -PLEST] : AMPLY [adv] AMPLY <ample=adj> [adv] AMPUL {ampule=n} [n -S] AMUCK {amok=n} [n -S] AMUSE to occupy pleasingly [v AMUSED, AMUSING, AMUSES] : AMUSABLE [adj], AMUSEDL Y, AMUSINGLY [adv] AMYLS <amyl=n> [n] ANCHO a chili pepper [n -CHOS] ANCON the elbow [n -ES] : ANCONAL, ANCONEAL, ANCONOID [adj] ANDRO a steroid sex hormone [n -DROS] ANEAR to {approach=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ANELE to {anoint=v} [v ANELED, ANELING, ANELES] ANENT in regard to [prep] ANGAS <anga=n> [n] ANGEL to support financially [v -ED, -ING, -S] / a winged celestial being [n -S] : ANGELIC, ANGELICAL [adj] ANGER to make {angry=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] / strong displeasure or hostility [n -S] ANGLE to fish with a hook and line [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES] ANGLO a white North American of non-Hispanic or non-French descent [n -GLOS] ANGRY feeling {anger=n} [adj -GRIER, -GRIEST] : ANGRILY [adv] ANGST a feeling of anxiety or dread [n -S] ANILE resembling an old woman [adj] ANILS <anil=n> [n] ANIMA the {soul=n} [n -S] ANIME a resin obtained from a tropical tree [n -S] ANIMI {anime=n} [n -S] ANION a negatively charged ion [n -S] : ANIONIC [adj] ANISE a North African plant [n -S] ANKHS <ankh=n> [n] ANKLE to {walk=v} [v -KLED, -KLING, -KLES] ANKUS an elephant goad [n -ES] ANLAS {anlace=n} [n -ES] ANNAL a record of a single year [n -S] ANNAS <anna=n> [n] ANNEX to add or attach [v -ED, -ING, -ES] ANNOY to be troublesome to [v -ED, -ING, -S] ANNUL to make or declare void or invalid [v -NULLED, -NULLING, -NULS]

ANOAS <anoa=n> [n] ANODE a positively charged electrode [n -S] : ANODAL, ANODIC [adj], ANODALLY [ad v] ANOLE a tropical lizard [n -S] ANOMY {anomie=n} [n -MIES] ANSAE <ansa=n> [n] ANTAE <anta=n> [n] ANTAS <anta=n> [n] ANTED <ante=v> [v] ANTES <ante=v> [v] ANTIC to act in a clownish manner [v -TICKED, -TICKING, -TICS] : ANTICALLY [adv] ANTIS <anti=n> [n] ANTRA <antrum=n> [n] ANTRE a cave [n -S] ANTSY {fidgety=adj} [adj -SIER, -SIEST] ANVIL to shape on an anvil (a heavy iron block) [v -VILED, -VILING, -VILS or -VI LLED, -VILLING, -VILS] ANYON a subatomic particle [n -S] AORTA a main artery [n -TAS or -TAE] : AORTAL, AORTIC [adj] APACE {swiftly=adv} [adv] APART not together [adv] APEAK in a vertical position [adv] APEEK {apeak=adv} [adv] APERS <aper=n> [n] APERY the act of {aping=v} [n -ERIES] APHID any of a family of small, soft-bodied insects [n -S] APHIS an {aphid=n} [n APHIDES] APIAN pertaining to {bees=n} [adj] APING <ape=v> [v] APISH slavishly or foolishly imitative [adj] : APISHLY [adv] APNEA temporary cessation of respiration [n -S] : APNEAL, APNEIC [adj] APODS <apod=n> [n] APORT on or toward the left side of a ship [adv] APPAL to {appall=v} [v -PALLED, -PALLING, -PALS] APPEL a feint in fencing [n -S] APPLE an edible fruit [n -S] APPLY to bring into contact with something [v -PLIED, -PLYING, -PLIES] : APPLIAB LE [adj] APRES {after=prep} [prep] APRON to provide with an apron [v -ED, -ING, -S] / a garment worn to protect one 's clothing [n -S] : APRONLIKE [adj] APSES <apse=n> [n] APSIS an {apse=n} [n -SIDES] APTER <apt=adj> [adj] APTLY in an apt manner [adv] AQUAE <aqua=n> [n] AQUAS <aqua=n> [n] ARAKS <arak=n> [n] ARAME an edible seaweed [n -S] ARBOR a tree [n -ES] / a shady garden shelter [n -S] ARCED <arc=v> [v] ARCUS an arch-shaped cloud [n -ES] ARDEB an Egyptian unit of capacity [n -S] ARDOR intensity of emotion [n -S] AREAE <area=n> [n] AREAL <area=n> [adj] AREAS <area=n> [n] ARECA a tropical tree [n -S] AREIC pertaining to a region of the earth contributing little surface drainage [ adj]

ARENA an enclosed area for contests [n -S] ARENE an aromatic compound [n -S] AREPA a cornmeal cake [n -S] ARETE a sharp mountain ridge [n -S] ARGAL {argol=n} [n -S] ARGIL a white clay [n -S] ARGLE to {argue=v} [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES] ARGOL a crust deposited in wine casks during aging [n -S] ARGON a gaseous element [n -S] ARGOT a specialized vocabulary [n -S] : ARGOTIC [adj] ARGUE to present reasons for or against [v -GUED, -GUING, -GUES] ARGUS an East Indian pheasant [n -ES] ARHAT a Buddhist who has attained nirvana [n -S] ARIAS <aria=n> [n] ARIEL an African gazelle [n -S] ARILS <aril=n> [n] ARISE to get up [v AROSE, ARISEN, ARISING, ARISES] ARLES money paid to bind a bargain [n] ARMED <arm=v> [v] ARMER one that {arms=v} [n -S] ARMET a medieval helmet [n -S] ARMOR to furnish with {armor=n} [v -ED, -ING, -S] / a defensive covering [n -S] : ARMORLESS [adj] AROID a flowering plant [n -S] AROMA a pleasant odor [n -S] AROSE <arise=v> [v] ARPEN {arpent=n} [n -S] ARRAS a tapestry [n -ES] : ARRASED [adj] ARRAY to place in proper or desired order [v -ED, -ING, -S] ARRIS a ridge formed by the meeting of two surfaces [n -RISES] ARROW to indicate the proper position of with an {arrow=n} [v -ED, -ING, -S] / a linear figure with a wedge-shaped end [n -S] : ARROWLESS, ARROWLIKE [adj] ARSES <arsis=n> [n] ARSIS the unaccented part of a musical measure [n ARSES] ARSON the malicious or fraudulent burning of property [n -S] : ARSONOUS [adj] ARTAL <rotl=n> [n] ARTEL a collective farm in Russia [n -S] ARTSY {arty=adj} [adj -SIER, -SIEST] ARUMS <arum=n> [n] ARVAL pertaining to plowed land [adj] ARVOS <arvo=n> [n] ARYLS <aryl=n> [n] ASANA a posture in yoga [n -S] ASCOT a broad neck scarf [n -S] ASCUS a spore sac in certain fungi [n ASCI] ASDIC {sonar=n} [n -S] ASHED <ash=v> [v] ASHEN consisting of ashes [adj] ASHES <ash=v> [v] ASIDE a comment by an actor intended to be heard by the audience but not the oth er actors [n -S] ASKED <ask=v> [v] ASKER one that {asks=v} [n -S] ASKEW to one side [adv] ASKOI <askos=n> [n] ASKOS an oil jar used in ancient Greece [n ASKOI] ASPEN any of several poplars [n -S] ASPER a Turkish money of account [n -S] ASPIC the {asp=n} [n -S] ASPIS {aspic=n} [n -PISES]

ASSAI a tropical tree [n -S] ASSAY to {attempt=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ASSAYABLE [adj] ASSES <ass=n> [n] ASSET a useful quality or thing [n -S] : ASSETLESS [adj] ASTER a flowering plant [n -S] ASTIR moving about [adj] ASYLA <asylum=n> [n] ATAPS <atap=n> [n] ATAXY {ataxia=n} [n ATAXIES] ATILT being in a tilted position [adj] ATLAS a male figure used as a supporting column [n ATLANTES or ATLASES] ATMAN the individual soul in Hinduism [n -S] ATMAS <atma=n> [n] ATOLL a ring-shaped coral island [n -S] ATOMS <atom=n> [n] ATOMY a tiny particle [n -MIES] ATONE to make amends or reparation [v ATONED, ATONING, ATONES] : ATONABLE, ATONE ABLE [adj], ATONINGLY [adv] ATONY muscular weakness [n -NIES] ATOPY a type of {allergy=n} [n -PIES] : ATOPIC [adj] ATRIA <atrium=n> [n] ATRIP {aweigh=adj} [adj] ATTAR a fragrant oil [n -S] ATTIC a story or room directly below the roof of a house [n -S] AUDAD {aoudad=n} [n -S] AUDIO sound reception or transmission [n -DIOS] AUDIT to examine with intent to verify [v -ED, -ING, -S] : AUDITABLE [adj] AUGER a tool for boring [n -S] AUGHT a zero [n -S] AUGUR to foretell from omens [v -ED, -ING, -S] AULIC pertaining to a royal court [adj] AUNTS <aunt=n> [n] AUNTY {aunt=n} [n AUNTIES] AURAE <aura=n> [n] AURAL pertaining to the sense of hearing [adj] : AURALLY [adv] AURAR <eyrir=n> [n] AURAS <aura=n> [n] AUREI <aureus=n> [n] AURES <auris=n> [n] AURIC pertaining to {gold=n} [adj] AURIS the ear [n AURES] AURUM {gold=n} [n -S] AUTOS <auto=v> [v] AUXIN a substance used to regulate plant growth [n -S] : AUXINIC [adj] AVAIL to be of use or advantage to [v -ED, -ING, -S] : AVAILABLE [adj], AVAILABL Y [adj] AVANT culturally or stylistically new [adj] AVAST used as a command to stop [interj] AVENS a perennial herb [n -ES] AVERS <aver=v> [v] AVERT to turn away [v -ED, -ING, -S] : AVERTABLE, AVERTIBLE [adj] AVGAS gasoline for airplanes [n -GASES or -GASSES] AVIAN a bird [n -S] AVION an {airplane=n} [n -S] AVISO {advice=n} [n -SOS] AVOID to keep away from [v -ED, -ING, -S] : AVOIDABLE [adj], AVOIDABLY [adv] AVOWS <avow=v> [v] AWAIT to wait for [v -ED, -ING, -S] AWAKE to wake up [v AWAKED or AWOKE, AWOKEN, AWAKING, AWAKES] AWARD to grant as due or merited [v -ED, -ING, -S] : AWARDABLE [adj]

AWARE AWASH AWFUL AWING AWNED AWOKE AWOLS AXELS AXIAL AXILE AXILS AXING AXIOM AXION AXITE AXLED AXLES AXMAN AXMEN AXONE AXONS AYAHS AYINS AZANS AZIDE AZIDO AZINE AZLON AZOIC AZOLE AZONS AZOTE AZOTH AZUKI AZURE BAAED BAALS BABAS BABEL BABES BABKA BABOO BABUL BABUS BACCA BACKS BACON BADDY BADGE BADLY BAFFS BAFFY BAGEL BAGGY BAHTS BAILS BAIRN BAITH BAITS BAIZA

having perception or knowledge [adj] covered with water [adj] extremely bad or unpleasant [adj -FULLER, -FULLEST] : AWFULLY [adv] <awe=v> [v] <awn=n> [adj] <awake=v> [v] <awol=n> [n] <axel=n> [n] pertaining to or forming an axis [adj] : AXIALLY [adv] {axial=adj} [adj] <axil=n> [n] <ax=v> [v] a self-evident truth [n -S] : AXIOMATIC [adj], AXIOMATICALLY [adv] a hypothetical subatomic particle [n -S] a fiber of an axon [n -S] <axle=n> [adj] <axle=n> [n] one who wields an ax [n AXMEN] <axman=n> [n] {axon=n} [n -S] <axon=n> [n] <ayah=n> [n] <ayin=n> [n] <azan=n> [n] a type of chemical compound [n -S] : AZIDO [adj] <azide=n> [adj] a type of chemical compound [n -S] a textile fiber [n -S] pertaining to geologic time before the appearance of life [adj] a type of chemical compound [n -S] <azon=n> [n] {nitrogen=n} [n -S] : AZOTED [adj] {mercury=n} [n -S] {adzuki=n} [n -S] a blue color [n -S] <baa=v> [v] <baal=n> [n] <baba=n> [n] {confusion=n} [n -S] <babe=n> [n] a coffee cake [n -S] a Hindu gentleman [n -BOOS] a North African tree [n -S] <babu=n> [n] a berry [n -CAE] <back=v> [v] a side of a pig cured and smoked [n -S] {baddie=n} [n -DIES] to supply with an insignia [v BADGED, BADGING, BADGES] in a bad manner [adv] <baff=v> [v] a wooden golf club [n -FIES] a ring-shaped roll [n -S] loose-fitting [adj -GIER, -GIEST] : BAGGILY [adv] <baht=n> [n] <bail=v> [v] a {child=n} [n -S] : BAIRNISH [adj] {both=adj} [adj] <bait=v> [v] a monetary unit of Oman [n -S]

BAIZE a green, woolen fabric [n -S] BAKED <bake=v> [v] BAKER one that {bakes=v} [n -S] BAKES <bake=v> [v] BALAS a red variety of spinel [n -ES] BALDS <bald=v> [v] BALDY a bald person [n BALDIES] BALED <bale=v> [v] BALER one that {bales=v} [n -S] BALES <bale=v> [v] BALKS <balk=v> [v] BALKY {stubborn=adj} [adj BALKIER, BALKIEST] : BALKILY [adv] BALLS <ball=v> [v] BALLY a noisy uproar [n -LIES] BALMS <balm=n> [n] BALMY {mild=adj} [adj BALMIER, BALMIEST] : BALMILY [adv] BALSA a tropical tree [n -S] BANAL {ordinary=adj} [adj] : BANALLY [adv] BANCO a bet in certain gambling games [n -COS] BANDA a style of Mexican dance music [n -S] BANDS <band=v> [v] BANDY to throw to and fro [v -DIED, -DYING, -DIES] BANED <bane=v> [v] BANES <bane=v> [v] BANGS <bang=v> [v] BANJO a musical instrument [n -JOS or -JOES] BANKS <bank=v> [v] BANNS a marriage notice [n] BANTY a {bantam=n} [n -TIES] BARBE a medieval cloth headdress [n -S] BARBS <barb=v> [v] BARCA a double-ended boat [n -S] BARDE to {bard=v} [v BARDED, BARDING, BARDES] BARDS <bard=v> [v] BARED <bare=v> [v] BARER <bare=adj> [adj] BARES <bare=v> [v] BARFS <barf=v> [v] BARGE to move by barge (a long, large boat) [v BARGED, BARGING, BARGES] BARIC pertaining to {barium=n} [adj] BARKS <bark=v> [v] BARKY covered with bark (tough outer covering of a root or stem) [adj BARKIER, B ARKIEST] BARMS <barm=n> [n] BARMY full of barm; frothy [adj BARMIER, BARMIEST] BARNS <barn=v> [v] BARNY resembling a barn in size, shape, or smell [adj BARNIER, BARNIEST] BARON a lower member of nobility [n -S] BARRE to play a type of guitar chord [v BARRED, BARRING, BARRES] BARYE a unit of pressure [n -S] BASAL pertaining to the foundation [adj] : BASALLY [adv] BASED <base=v> [v] BASER <base=adj> [adj] BASES <base=v> [v] BASIC a {fundamental=n} [n -S] BASIL an aromatic herb [n -S] BASIN a large bowl [n -S] : BASINAL, BASINED [adj] BASIS the foundation of something [n BASES] BASKS <bask=v> [v] BASSI <basso=n> [n]

BASSO BASSY BASTE BASTS BATCH BATED BATES BATHE BATHS BATIK BATON BATTS BATTU BATTY BAUDS BAULK BAWDS BAWDY BAWLS BAWTY BAYED BAYOU BAZAR BAZOO BEACH BEADS BEADY BEAKS BEAKY BEAMS BEAMY BEANO BEANS BEARD BEARS BEAST BEATS BEAUS BEAUT BEAUX BEBOP BECAP BECKS BEDEL BEDEW BEDIM BEECH BEEDI BEEFS BEEFY BEEPS BEERS BEERY BEETS BEFIT BEFOG BEGAN BEGAT BEGET BEGIN

a low-pitched singer [n -SOS or -SI] low in pitch [adj] to sew loosely together [v BASTED, BASTING, BASTES] <bast=n> [n] to bring together [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <bate=v> [v] <bate=v> [v] to {wash=v} [v BATHED, BATHING, BATHES] <bath=n> [n] to dye fabric by a particular process [v -ED, -ING, -S] a short rod [n -S] <batt=n> [n] pertaining to a ballet movement [adj] {crazy=adj} [adj -TIER, -TIEST] <baud=n> [n] to {balk=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <bawd=n> [n] {obscene=adj} [adj BAWDIER, BAWDIEST] / obscene language [n BAWDIES] <bawl=v> [v] {bawtie=n} [n -TIES] <bay=v> [v] a marshy body of water [n -S] {bazaar=n} [n -S] the mouth [n -ZOOS] to drive ashore [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <bead=v> [v] resembling beads [adj BEADIER, BEADIEST] <beak=n> [n] resembling a {beak=n} [adj BEAKIER, BEAKIEST] <beam=v> [v] beaming [adj BEAMIER, BEAMIEST] a form of bingo [n BEANOS] <bean=v> [v] to oppose boldly [v -ED, -ING, -S] <bear=v> [v] an {animal=n} [n -S] <beat=v> [v] <beau=n> [n] something beautiful [n -S] <beau=n> [n] a type of jazz [n -S] to put a cap on [v -CAPPED, -CAPPING, -CAPS] <beck=v> [v] an English university officer [n -S] to wet with dew [v -ED, -ING, -S] to make {dim=adj} [v -DIMMED, -DIMMING, -DIMS] a type of tree [n -ES] : BEECHEN [adj] {bidi=n} [n -DIES] <beef=n> [n] {brawny=adj} [adj BEEFIER, BEEFIEST] <beep=v> [v] <beer=n> [n] affected by beer [adj BEERIER, BEERIEST] <beet=n> [n] to be suitable to [v -FITTED, -FITTING, -FITS] to envelop in fog [v -FOGGED, -FOGGING, -FOGS] <begin=v> [v] <beget=v> [v] to cause to exist [v -GOT or -GAT, -GOTTEN, -GETTING, -GETS] to {start=v} [v -GAN, -GUN, -GINNING, -GINS]

BEGOT BEGUM BEGUN BEIGE BEIGY BEING BELAY BELCH BELGA BELIE BELLE BELLS BELLY BELON BELOW BELTS BEMAS BEMIX BENCH BENDS BENDY BENES BENNE BENNI BENNY BENTO BENTS BERET BERGS BERKS BERME BERMS BERRY BERTH BERYL BESES BESET BESOM BESOT BESTS BETAS BETEL BETHS BETON BETTA BEVEL BEVOR BEWIG BEZEL BEZIL BHANG BHOOT BHUTS BIALI BIALY BIBBS BIBLE BICEP BICES BIDDY

<beget=v> [v] a Muslim lady of high rank [n -S] <begin=v> [v] a tan color [n -S] of the color beige [adj] something that exists [n -S] to fasten a rope [v -ED, -ING, -S] to expel gas through the mouth [v -ED, -ING, -ES] a former Belgian monetary unit [n -S] to {misrepresent=v} [v BELIED, BELYING, BELIES] an attractive woman [n -S] <bell=v> [v] to swell out [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES] a flat oyster [n -S] something that is beneath [n -S] <belt=v> [v] <bema=n> [n] to mix thoroughly [v -MIXED or -MIXT, -MIXING, -MIXES] to take a player out of a game [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <bend=v> [v] {okra=n} [n -DYS] / {flexible=adj} [adj BENDIER, BENDIEST] <bene=n> [n] the sesame plant [n -S] {benne=n} [n -S] an amphetamine tablet [n -NIES] {obento=n} [n -TOS] <bent=n> [n] a soft, flat cap [n -S] <berg=n> [n] <berk=n> [n] berm [n -S] <berm=v> [v] to produce berries (fleshy fruits) [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] to provide with a mooring [v -ED, -ING, -S] a green mineral [n -S] : BERYLINE [adj] <bes=n> [n] to {assail=v} [v -SET, -SETTING, -SETS] a broom [n -S] to {stupefy=v} [v -SOTTED, -SOTTING, -SOTS] <best=v> [v] <beta=n> [n] a climbing plant [n -S] <beth=n> [n] a type of concrete [n -S] a freshwater fish [n -S] to cut at an angle [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS] a piece of armor for the lower face [n -S] to adorn with a wig [v -WIGGED, -WIGGING, -WIGS] a slanted surface [n -S] {bezel=n} [n -S] the hemp plant [n -S] {bhut=n} [n -S] <bhut=n> [n] {bialy=n} [n -S] an onion roll [n -ALYS or -ALIES] <bibb=n> [n] an authoritative publication [n -S] : BIBLICAL [adj] {biceps=n} [n -S] <bice=n> [n] a {hen=n} [n -DIES]

BIDED <bide=v> [v] BIDER one that {bides=v} [n -S] BIDES <bide=v> [v] BIDET a low basin used for washing [n -S] BIDIS <bidi=n> [n] BIELD to {shelter=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BIERS <bier=n> [n] BIFFS <biff=v> [v] BIFFY a toilet [n -FIES] BIFID divided into two parts [adj] : BIFIDLY [adv] BIGGY {biggie=n} [n -GIES] BIGHT to fasten with a loop of rope [v -ED, -ING, -S] BIGLY in a big manner [adv] BIGOS a Polish stew [n -ES] BIGOT a prejudiced person [n -S] BIJOU a jewel [n -JOUX or -JOUS] BIKED <bike=v> [v] BIKER one that {bikes=v} [n -S] BIKES <bike=v> [v] BIKIE {biker=n} [n -S] BILBO a finely tempered sword [n -BOS or -BOES] BILBY a small nocturnal mammal [n -BIES] BILES <bile=n> [n] BILGE to spring a leak [v BILGED, BILGING, BILGES] BILGY smelling like seepage [adj BILGIER, BILGIEST] BILKS <bilk=v> [v] BILLS <bill=v> [v] BILLY a short club [n -LIES] BIMAH {bema=n} [n -S] BIMAS <bima=n> [n] BIMBO a disreputable person [n -BOS or -BOES] BINAL twofold [adj] BINDI a dot worn on the forehead by women in India [n -S] BINDS <bind=v> [v] BINER a soldier armed with a carbine [n -S] BINES <bine=n> [n] BINGE to indulge in something without restraint [v BINGED, BINGEING or BINGING, BINGES] BINGO a game of chance [n -GOS or -GOES] BINIT a unit of computer information [n -S] BINTS <bint=n> [n] BIOGS <biog=n> [n] BIOME an ecological community [n -S] BIONT a living organism [n -S] : BIONTIC [adj] BIOTA the flora and fauna of a region [n -S] BIPED a two-footed animal [n -S] : BIPEDAL [adj] BIPOD a two-legged support [n -S] BIRCH to {whip=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BIRDS <bird=v> [v] BIRKS <birk=n> [n] BIRLE to {carouse=v} [v BIRLED, BIRLING, BIRLES] BIRLS <birl=v> [v] BIROS <biro=n> [n] BIRRS <birr=v> [v] BIRSE a bristle [n -S] BIRTH to {originate=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BISES <bise=n> [n] BISKS <bisk=n> [n] BISON an ox-like animal [n -S] BITCH to {complain=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

BITER one that {bites=v} [n -S] BITES <bite=v> [v] BITSY {tiny=adj} [adj -SIER, -SIEST] BITTS <bitt=v> [v] BITTY fragmented [adj -TIER, -TIEST] BIZES <bize=n> [n] BLABS <blab=v> [v] BLACK being of the darkest color [adj BLACKER, BLACKEST] / to make {black=adj} [ v -ED, -ING, -S] BLADE to skate on in-line skates [v BLADED, BLADING, BLADES] BLAFF a West Indian stew [n -S] BLAHS <blah=n> [n] BLAIN a blister [n -S] BLAME to find fault with [v BLAMED, BLAMING, BLAMES] BLAMS <blam=n> [n] BLAND soothing [adj BLANDER, BLANDEST] : BLANDLY [adv] BLANK {empty=adj} [adj BLANKER, BLANKEST] / to {delete=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLARE to sound loudly [v BLARED, BLARING, BLARES] BLASE {indifferent=adj} [adj] BLAST to use an explosive [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLATE {timid=adj} [adj] BLATS <blat=v> [v] BLAWN <blaw=v> [v] BLAWS <blaw=v> [v] BLAZE to burn brightly [v BLAZED, BLAZING, BLAZES] BLEAK {dreary=adj} [adj BLEAKER, BLEAKEST] / a freshwater fish [n -S] BLEAR to {dim=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLEAT to utter the cry of a sheep [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLEBS <bleb=n> [n] BLEED to lose blood [v BLED, BLEEDING, BLEEDS] BLEEP to {blip=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLEND to mix smoothly and inseparably together [v BLENDED or BLENT, BLENDING, BL ENDS] BLENT <blend=v> [v] BLESS to {sanctify=v} [v BLESSED or BLEST, BLESSING, BLESSES] BLEST <bless=v> [v] BLETS <blet=n> [n] BLIMP a nonrigid aircraft [n -S] : BLIMPISH [adj] BLIMY {blimey=interj} [interj] BLIND {sightless=adj} [adj BLINDER, BLINDEST] / to make {sightless=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLINI <blin=n> [n] BLINK to open and shut the eyes [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLIPS <blip=v> [v] BLISS to experience or produce ecstasy [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BLITE an annual herb [n -S] BLITZ to subject to a sudden attack [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BLOAT to {swell=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLOBS <blob=v> [v] BLOCK to {obstruct=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLOCS <bloc=n> [n] BLOGS <blog=n> [n] BLOKE a fellow [n -S] BLOND light-colored [adj BLONDER, BLONDEST] / a blond person [n -S] BLOOD to stain with blood (the fluid circulated by the heart) [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLOOM to bear flowers [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLOOP to hit a short fly ball [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLOTS <blot=v> [v] BLOWN <blow=v> [v] BLOWS <blow=v> [v]

BLOWY {windy=adj} [adj BLOWIER, BLOWIEST] BLUBS <blub=v> [v] BLUED <blue=v> [v] BLUER <blue=adj> [adj] BLUES <blue=v> [v] BLUET a meadow flower [n -S] BLUEY a bag of clothing carried in travel [n BLUEYS] BLUFF having a broad front [adj BLUFFER, BLUFFEST] : BLUFFLY [adv] / to {mislead =v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLUME to {blossom=v} [v BLUMED, BLUMING, BLUMES] BLUNT not sharp or pointed [adj BLUNTER, BLUNTEST] : BLUNTLY [adv] / to make {bl unt=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLURB to praise in a publicity notice [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLURS <blur=v> [v] BLURT to speak abruptly [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLUSH to become {red=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BLYPE a shred [n -S] BOARD to take meals for a fixed price [v -ED, -ING, -S] BOARS <boar=n> [n] BOART {bort=n} [n -S] BOAST to {brag=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BOATS <boat=v> [v] BOBBY a police officer [n -BIES] BOCCE {boccie=n} [n -S] BOCCI {boccie=n} [n -S] BOCKS <bock=n> [n] BODED <bode=v> [v] BODES <bode=v> [v] BOFFO a {boff=n} [n -FOS] BOFFS <boff=n> [n] BOGAN a backwater or tributary [n -S] BOGEY to shoot in one stroke over par in golf [v -GEYED, -GEYING, -GEYS] BOGGY {marshy=adj} [adj -GIER, -GIEST] BOGIE {bogy=n} [n -S] BOGLE a {bogy=n} [n -S] BOGUS not genuine; fake [adj] : BOGUSLY [adv] BOHEA a black tea [n -S] BOHOS <boho=n> [n] BOILS <boil=v> [v] BOING the sound of reverberation or vibration [n -S] BOITE a nightclub [n -S] BOLAR pertaining to {bole=n} [adj] BOLAS {bola=n} [n -ES] BOLDS <bold=n> [n] BOLES <bole=n> [n] BOLLS <boll=v> [v] BOLOS <bolo=n> [n] BOLTS <bolt=v> [v] BOLUS a large pill [n -ES] BOMBE a frozen dessert [n -S] BOMBS <bomb=v> [v] BONDS <bond=v> [v] BONED <bone=v> [v] BONER a blunder [n -S] BONES <bone=v> [v] BONEY {bony=adj} [adj BONIER, BONIEST or BONEYER, BONEYEST] BONGO a small drum [n -GOS or -GOES] BONGS <bong=v> [v] BONKS <bonk=v> [v] BONNE a {housemaid=n} [n -S]

BONNY BONUS BONZE BOOBS BOOBY BOOED BOOGY BOOKS BOOMS BOOMY BOONS BOORS BOOST BOOTH BOOTS BOOTY BOOZE BOOZY BORAL BORAS BORAX BORED BORER BORES BORIC BORKS BORNE BORON BORTS BORTY BORTZ BOSKS BOSKY BOSOM BOSON BOSSY ] BOSUN BOTAS BOTCH BOTEL BOTHY BOTTS BOUGH BOULE BOUND BOURG BOURN BOUSE BOUSY BOUTS BOVID BOWED BOWEL BOWER BOWLS BOWSE BOXED BOXER BOXES

{pretty=adj} [adj -NIER, -NIEST] : BONNILY [adv] an additional payment [n -ES] a Buddhist monk [n -S] <boob=v> [v] a {dolt=n} [n -BIES] <boo=v> [v] {boogie=v} [v -GIED, -GYING, -GIES] <book=v> [v] <boom=v> [v] prospering [adj BOOMIER, BOOMIEST] <boon=n> [n] <boor=n> [n] to {support=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a small {enclosure=n} [n -S] <boot=v> [v] a rich gain or prize [n -TIES] to drink liquor excessively [v BOOZED, BOOZING, BOOZES] {drunken=adj} [adj BOOZIER, BOOZIEST] : BOOZILY [adv] a mixture of boron carbide and aluminum [n -S] <bora=n> [n] a white crystalline compound [n -RAXES or -RACES] <bore=v> [v] one that {bores=v} [n -S] <bore=v> [v] pertaining to {boron=n} [adj] <bork=v> [v] <bear=v> [v] a nonmetallic element [n -S] : BORONIC [adj] <bort=n> [n] <bort=n> [adj] {bort=n} [n -ES] <bosk=n> [n] wooded; bushy [adj BOSKIER, BOSKIEST] to {embrace=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a subatomic particle [n -S] : BOSONIC [adj] domineering [adj BOSSIER, BOSSIEST] : BOSSILY [adv] / a {cow=n} [n BOSSIES a {boatswain=n} [n -S] <bota=n> [n] to {bungle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] {boatel=n} [n -S] a hut in Scotland [n BOTHIES] <bott=n> [n] a tree branch [n -S] : BOUGHED [adj] {buhl=n} [n -S] to {leap=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a medieval town [n -S] a stream [n -S] to haul by means of a tackle [v BOUSED, BOUSING, BOUSES] {boozy=adj} [adj] <bout=n> [n] a {bovine=n} [n -S] <bow=v> [v] to {disbowel=v} [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS] to {embower=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <bowl=v> [v] to {bouse=v} [v BOWSED, BOWSING, BOWSES] <box=v> [v] one that packs boxes [n -S] <box=v> [v]

BOYAR a former Russian aristocrat [n -S] BOYLA a witch doctor [n -S] BOYOS <boyo=n> [n] BOZOS <bozo=n> [n] BRACE to {support=v} [v BRACED, BRACING, BRACES] BRACH a hound bitch [n -ES or -S] BRACT a leaflike plant part [n -S] : BRACTEAL, BRACTED [adj] BRADS <brad=v> [v] BRAES <brae=n> [n] BRAGS <brag=v> [v] BRAID to weave together [v -ED, -ING, -S] BRAIL to haul in a sail [v -ED, -ING, -S] BRAIN to hit on the head [v -ED, -ING, -S] BRAKE to slow down or stop [v BRAKED, BRAKING, BRAKES] BRAKY abounding in shrubs or ferns [adj BRAKIER, BRAKIEST] BRAND to mark with a hot iron [v -ED, -ING, -S] BRANK a device used to restrain the tongue [n -S] BRANS <bran=v> [v] BRANT a wild goose [n -S] BRASH rash; hasty [adj BRASHER, BRASHEST] : BRASHLY [adv] / a mass of fragments [n -ES] BRASS to coat with brass (an alloy of copper and zinc) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BRATS <brat=n> [n] BRAVA a shout of approval [n -S] BRAVE showing courage [adj BRAVER, BRAVEST] : BRAVELY [adv] / to face with coura ge [v BRAVED, BRAVING, BRAVES] BRAVI <bravo=n> [n] BRAVO a hired killer [n -VOS or -VOES or -VI] / to applaud by shouting "bravo" [ v -ED, -ING, -ES] BRAWL to {fight=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BRAWN muscular strength [n -S] BRAWS fine clothes [n] BRAXY a fever of sheep [n BRAXIES] BRAYS <bray=v> [v] BRAZA a Spanish unit of length [n -S] BRAZE to solder together [v BRAZED, BRAZING, BRAZES] BREAD to cover with crumbs of bread (a baked foodstuff made from flour) [v -ED, -ING, -S] BREAK to reduce to fragments [v BROKE, BROKEN, BREAKING, BREAKS] BREAM to clean a ship's bottom [v -ED, -ING, -S] BREDE a braid [n -S] BREED to cause to give birth [v BRED, BREEDING, BREEDS] BREES <bree=n> [n] BRENS <bren=n> [n] BRENT {brant=n} [n -S] BREVE a symbol used to indicate a short vowel [n -S] BREWS <brew=v> [v] BRIAR {brier=n} [n -S] : BRIARY [adj] BRIBE to practice bribery [v BRIBED, BRIBING, BRIBES] : BRIBABLE [adj] BRICK to build with bricks (blocks of clay) [v -ED, -ING, -S] BRIDE a woman just married or about to be married [n -S] BRIEF {short=adj} [adj BRIEFER, BRIEFEST] / to {summarize=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BRIER a thorny shrub [n -S] : BRIERY [adj] BRIES <brie=n> [n] BRIGS <brig=n> [n] BRILL an edible flatfish [n -S] BRIMS <brim=v> [v] BRINE to treat with brine (salted water) [v BRINED, BRINING, BRINES] BRING to take with oneself to a place [v BROUGHT, BRUNG, BRINGING, BRINGS] BRINK an extreme edge [n -S]

BRINS <brin=n> [n] BRINY {salty=adj} [adj BRINIER, BRINIEST] / the {sea=n} [n BRINIES] BRIOS <brio=n> [n] BRISK {lively=adj} [adj BRISKER, BRISKEST] / to make {brisk=adj} [v -ED, -ING, S] BRISS {bris=n} [n -ES] BRITH {bris=n} [n -S] BRITS <brit=n> [n] BRITT {brit=n} [n -S] BROAD {wide=adj} [adj BROADER, BROADEST] / an expansion of a river [n -S] BROCK a badger [n -S] BROIL to cook by direct heat [v -ED, -ING, -S] BROKE <break=v> [v] BROME a tall grass [n -S] BROMO a medicinal compound [n -MOS] BRONC {bronco=n} [n -S] BROOD to ponder gloomily [v -ED, -ING, -S] BROOK to {tolerate=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BROOM to {sweep=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BROOS <broo=n> [n] BROSE a {porridge=n} [n -S] BROSY smeared with brose [adj] BROTH a thin clear soup [n -S] BROWN of a dark color [adj BROWNER, BROWNEST] / to make {brown=adj} [v -ED, -ING , -S] BROWS <brow=n> [n] BRUGH a {borough=n} [n -S] BRUIN a bear [n -S] BRUIT to spread news of [v -ED, -ING, -S] BRUME fog [n -S] : BRUMOUS [adj] BRUNG <bring=v> [v] BRUNT the main impact [n -S] BRUSH to touch lightly [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BRUSK {brusque=adj} [adj BRUSKER, BRUSKEST] BRUTE to shape a diamond by rubbing it with another diamond [v BRUTED, BRUTING, BRUTES] BRUTS <brut=n> [n] BUBAL a large {antelope=n} [n -S] BUBUS <bubu=n> [n] BUCKO a bully [n BUCKOS or BUCKOES] BUCKS <buck=v> [v] BUDDY to become close friends [v -DIED, -DYING, -DIES] BUDGE to move slightly [v BUDGED, BUDGING, BUDGES] BUFFI <buffo=n> [n] BUFFO an operatic clown [n -FI or -FOS] BUFFS <buff=v> [v] BUFFY of a yellowish-brown color [adj BUFFIER, BUFFIEST] BUGGY infested with bugs [adj -GIER, -GIEST] / a light carriage [n -GIES] BUGLE to play a bugle (a brass wind instrument) [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES] BUHLS <buhl=n> [n] BUHRS <buhr=n> [n] BUILD to {construct=v} [v BUILT or BUILDED, BUILDING, BUILDS] BUILT <build=v> [v] BULBS <bulb=n> [n] BULGE to swell out [v BULGED, BULGING, BULGES] BULGY bulging [adj BULGIER, BULGIEST] BULKS <bulk=v> [v] BULKY {massive=adj} [adj BULKIER, BULKIEST] : BULKILY [adv] BULLA a large blister [n -LAE] BULLS <bull=v> [v]

BULLY {wonderful=adj} [adj -LIER, -LIEST] / to treat abusively [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES] BUMFS <bumf=n> [n] BUMPH {bumf=n} [n -S] BUMPS <bump=v> [v] BUMPY of uneven surface [adj BUMPIER, BUMPIEST] : BUMPILY [adv] BUNAS <buna=n> [n] BUNCH to group together [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BUNCO to {swindle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUNDS <bund=n> [n] BUNDT a type of cake pan [n -S] BUNGS <bung=v> [v] BUNKO to {bunco=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUNKS <bunk=v> [v] BUNNS <bunn=n> [n] BUNNY a rabbit [n -NIES] BUNTS <bunt=v> [v] BUNYA an evergreen tree [n -S] BUOYS <buoy=v> [v] BUPPY {buppie=n} [n -PIES] BURAN a violent windstorm [n -S] BURAS <bura=n> [n] BURBS the {suburbs=n} [n] BURDS <burd=n> [n] BURET {burette=n} [n -S] BURGH a Scottish borough [n -S] : BURGHAL [adj] BURGS <burg=n> [n] BURIN an engraving tool [n -S] BURKA a long loose outer garment worn by some Muslim women [n -S] BURKE to murder by suffocation [v BURKED, BURKING, BURKES] BURLS <burl=v> [v] BURLY heavy and muscular [adj -LIER, -LIEST] : BURLILY [adv] BURNS <burn=v> [v] BURNT <burn=v> [v] BURPS <burp=v> [v] BURQA {burka=n} [n -S] BURRO a small {donkey=n} [n -ROS] BURRS <burr=v> [v] BURRY {prickly=adj} [adj -RIER, -RIEST] BURSA a bodily pouch [n -SAS or -SAE] : BURSAL [adj] BURSE a small bag or pouch [n -S] BURST to break open suddenly or violently [v BURST or BURSTED, BURSTING, BURSTS] BUSBY a tall fur hat [n -BIES] BUSED <bus=v> [v] BUSES <bus=v> [v] BUSHY covered with bushes [adj BUSHIER, BUSHIEST] BUSKS <busk=v> [v] BUSTS <bust=v> [v] BUSTY full-bosomed [adj BUSTIER, BUSTIEST] BUTCH a lesbian with mannish traits [n -ES] BUTEO a hawk [n -TEOS] BUTES <bute=n> [n] BUTLE to serve as a butler [v -LED, -LING, -LES] BUTTE an isolated hill [n -S] BUTTS <butt=v> [v] BUTTY a fellow workman [n -TIES] BUTUT a monetary unit of Gambia [n -S] BUTYL a hydrocarbon radical [n -S] BUXOM healthily plump [adj -OMER, -OMEST] : BUXOMLY [adv] BUYER one that {buys=v} [n -S]

BWANA BYLAW BYRES BYRLS BYSSI BYTES BYWAY CABAL CABBY CABER CABIN CABLE CABOB CACAO CACAS CACHE CACTI CADDY CADES CADET CADGE CADGY CADIS CADRE CAECA CAFES CAFFS CAGED CAGER CAGES CAGEY CAHOW CAIDS CAINS CAIRD CAIRN CAJON CAKED CAKES CAKEY CALFS CALIF CALIX CALKS CALLA CALLS CALMS CALOS CALVE CALYX CAMAS CAMEL CAMEO CAMES CAMOS CAMPI CAMPO CAMPS CAMPY CANAL

master; boss [n -S] a secondary law [n -S] <byre=n> [n] <byrl=v> [v] <byssus=n> [n] <byte=n> [n] a side road [n -WAYS] to {conspire=v} [v -BALLED, -BALLING, -BALS] a driver of a cab [n -BIES] a heavy pole thrown as a trial of strength [n -S] to live in a cabin (a roughly built house) [v -ED, -ING, -S] to fasten with a cable (a heavy rope) [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] {kabob=n} [n -S] a tropical tree [n -CAOS] <caca=n> [n] to store in a hiding place [v CACHED, CACHING, CACHES] <cactus=n> [n] to {caddie=v} [v -DIED, -DYING, -DIES] <cade=n> [n] a student at a military school [n -S] to get by begging [v CADGED, CADGING, CADGES] {cheerful=adj} [adj] <cadi=n> [n] a nucleus of trained personnel [n -S] <caecum=n> [n] <cafe=n> [n] <caff=n> [n] <cage=v> [v] a basketball player [n -S] <cage=v> [v] {shrewd=adj} [adj CAGIER, CAGIEST] a sea bird [n -S] <caid=n> [n] <cain=n> [n] a gypsy [n -S] a mound of stones set up as a memorial [n -S] : CAIRNED, CAIRNY [adj] a steep-sided canyon [n -ES] <cake=v> [v] <cake=v> [v] tending to form lumps [adj CAKIER, CAKIEST] <calf=n> [n] {caliph=n} [n -S] a cup [n -LICES] <calk=v> [v] a tropical plant [n -S] <call=v> [v] <calm=v> [v] <calo=n> [n] to give birth to a calf [v CALVED, CALVING, CALVES] the outer protective covering of a flower [n -LYXES or -LYCES] {camass=n} [n -ES] a large, humped mammal [n -S] to portray in sharp, delicate relief [v -ED, -ING, -S] <came=n> [n] <camo=n> [n] <campo=n> [n] an open space in a town [n -PI] / a level, grassy plain [n -POS] <camp=v> [v] comically exaggerated [adj CAMPIER, CAMPIEST] to dig an artificial waterway through [v -NALLED, -NALLING, -NALS or -NALE

D, -NALING, -NALS] CANDY to coat with sugar [v -DIED, -DYING, -DIES] CANED <cane=v> [v] CANER one that {canes=v} [n -S] CANES <cane=v> [v] CANID a dog [n -S] CANNA a tropical plant [n -S] CANNY {prudent=adj} [adj -NIER, -NIEST] CANOE to paddle a canoe (a light, slender boat) [v -NOED, -NOEING, -NOES] CANON a law decreed by a church council [n -S] : CANONIC [adj] CANSO a love song [n -SOS] CANST <can=v> [v] CANTO a division of a long poem [n -TOS] CANTS <cant=v> [v] CANTY {cheerful=adj} [adj] CAPED <cape=n> [adj] CAPER to {frolic=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CAPES <cape=n> [n] CAPHS <caph=n> [n] CAPIZ a bivalve mollusk [n -ES] CAPON a gelded rooster [n -S] CAPOS <capo=n> [n] CAPUT a head or head-like part [n CAPITA] CARAT a unit of weight for gems [n -S] CARBO a {carbohydrate=n} [n -S] CARBS <carb=n> [n] CARDS <card=v> [v] CARED <care=v> [v] CARER one that {cares=v} [n -S] CARES <care=v> [v] CARET a proofreaders' symbol [n -S] CAREX a marsh plant [n CARICES] CARGO conveyed merchandise [n -GOS or -GOES] CARKS <cark=v> [v] CARLE {carl=n} [n -S] CARLS <carl=n> [n] CARNS <carn=n> [n] CARNY a {carnival=n} [n -NIES] CAROB an evergreen tree [n -S] CAROL to sing joyously [v -OLED, -OLING, -OLS or -OLLED, -OLLING, -OLS] CAROM to collide with and rebound [v -ED, -ING, -S] CARPI <carpus=n> [n] CARPS <carp=v> [v] CARRS <carr=n> [n] CARRY to convey from one place to another [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] CARSE low, fertile land along a river [n -S] CARTE a {menu=n} [n -S] CARTS <cart=v> [v] CARVE to form by cutting [v CARVED, CARVING, CARVES] CASAS <casa=n> [n] CASED <case=v> [v] CASES <case=v> [v] CASKS <cask=v> [v] CASKY resembling a cask [adj] CASTE a system of distinct social classes [n -S] CASTS <cast=v> [v] CASUS a legal occurrence or event [n CASUS] CATCH to capture after pursuit [v CAUGHT, CATCHING, CATCHES] CATER to provide food and service for [v -ED, -ING, -S] CATES <cate=n> [n]

CATTY CAULD CAULK CAULS CAUSE CAVED CAVER CAVES CAVIE CAVIL CAWED CEASE CEBID CECAL CECUM CEDAR CEDED CEDER CEDES CEDIS CEIBA CEILI CEILS CELEB CELLA CELLI CELLO CELLS CELOM CELTS CENSE CENTO CENTS CENTU CEORL CEPES CERCI CERED CERES CERIA CERIC CEROS CESTA CESTI CETES CHADS CHAFE CHAFF CHAIN CHAIR CHAIS CHALK CHAMP CHAMS CHANG CHANT CHAOS CHAPE CHAPS CHAPT

catlike; spiteful [adj -TIER, -TIEST] {cold=n} [n -S] to make the seams of a ship watertight [v -ED, -ING, -S] <caul=n> [n] to bring about [v CAUSED, CAUSING, CAUSES] <cave=v> [v] one that {caves=v} [n -S] <cave=v> [v] a {hencoop=n} [n -S] to {carp=v} [v -ILED, -ILING, -ILS or -ILLED, -ILLING, -ILS] <caw=v> [v] to {stop=v} [v CEASED, CEASING, CEASES] {ceboid=n} [n -S] <cecum=n> [adj] a bodily cavity with one opening [n CECA] : CECAL [adj], CECALLY [adv] an evergreen tree [n -S] : CEDARN, CEDARY [adj] <cede=v> [v] one that {cedes=v} [n -S] <cede=v> [v] <cedi=n> [n] a tropical tree [n -S] {ceilidh=n} [n -S] <ceil=v> [v] a celebrity; a famous person [n -S] the interior of an ancient temple [n -LAE] <cello=n> [n] a stringed musical instrument [n -LOS or -LI] <cell=v> [v] {coelom=n} [n -LOMS or -LOMATA] <celt=n> [n] to perfume with incense [v CENSED, CENSING, CENSES] a literary work made up of parts from other works [n -TONES or -TOS] <cent=n> [n] <centas=n> [n] a freeman of low birth [n -S] : CEORLISH [adj] <cepe=n> [n] <cercus=n> [n] <cere=v> [v] <cere=v> [v] a chemical compound [n -S] containing cerium [adj] <cero=n> [n] a basket used in jai alai [n -S] <cestus=n> [n] <cete=n> [n] <chad=n> [n] to warm by rubbing [v CHAFED, CHAFING, CHAFES] to poke fun at [v -ED, -ING, -S] to bind with a chain (a series of connected rings) [v -ED, -ING, -S] to install in office [v -ED, -ING, -S] <chai=n> [n] to mark with chalk (a soft limestone) [v -ED, -ING, -S] to chew noisily [v -ED, -ING, -S] <cham=n> [n] a {cattie=n} [n -S] to {sing=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a state of total disorder; a confused mass [n -ES] : CHAOTIC [adj] a part of a scabbard [n -S] <chap=v> [v] <chap=v> [v]

CHARD a variety of beet [n -S] CHARE to do small jobs [v CHARED, CHARING, CHARES] CHARK to {char=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHARM to attract irresistibly [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHARR a small-scaled trout [n -S] CHARS <char=v> [v] CHART to map out [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHARY {cautious=adj} [adj CHARIER, CHARIEST] CHASE to {pursue=v} [v CHASED, CHASING, CHASES] CHASM a deep cleft in the earth [n -S] : CHASMAL, CHASMED, CHASMIC, CHASMY [adj] CHATS <chat=v> [v] CHAWS <chaw=v> [v] CHAYS <chay=n> [n] CHEAP {inexpensive=adj} [adj CHEAPER, CHEAPEST] / a market [n -S] CHEAT to {defraud=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHECK to {inspect=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHEEK to speak impudently to [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHEEP to {chirp=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHEER to applaud with shouts of approval [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHEFS <chef=v> [v] CHELA a pincerlike claw [n -LAE] / a pupil of a guru [n -S] CHEMO treatment (as of disease) with chemical agents [n -S] CHERT a compact rock [n -S] CHESS a weed [n -ES] CHEST a part of the body [n -S] : CHESTED [adj] CHETH {heth=n} [n -S] CHEVY to chase about [v CHEVIED, CHEVYING, CHEVIES] CHEWS <chew=v> [v] CHEWY not easily chewed [adj CHEWIER, CHEWIEST] CHIAO a monetary unit of China [n CHIAO] CHIAS <chia=n> [n] CHICA a girl or young woman [n -S] CHICK a young bird [n -S] CHICO a prickly shrub [n -COS] CHICS <chic=n> [n] CHIDE to {scold=v} [v CHIDED or CHID, CHIDDEN, CHIDING, CHIDES] CHIEF highest in authority [adj CHIEFER, CHIEFEST] / the person highest in autho rity [n -S] CHIEL {chield=n} [n -S] CHILD a young person [n CHILDREN] CHILE {chili=n} [n -S] CHILI a hot pepper [n -S or -ES] CHILL {cool=adj} [adj CHILLER, CHILLEST] / to make {cold=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHIMB the rim of a cask [n -S] CHIME to ring harmoniously [v CHIMED, CHIMING, CHIMES] CHIMP a {chimpanzee=n} [n -S] CHINA fine porcelain ware [n -S] CHINE to cut through the backbone of [v CHINED, CHINING, CHINES] CHINK to fill cracks or fissures in [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHINO a strong fabric [n -NOS] CHINS <chin=v> [v] CHIPS <chip=v> [v] CHIRK {cheerful=adj} [adj CHIRKER, CHIRKEST] / to make a shrill noise [v -ED, -I NG, -S] CHIRM to {chirp=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHIRO a marine fish [n -ROS] CHIRP to utter a short, shrill sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHIRR to make a harsh, vibrant sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHIRU a Tibetan antelope [n -S] CHITS <chit=n> [n]

CHIVE an herb used as a seasoning [n -S] CHIVY to {chevy=v} [v CHIVIED, CHIVYING, CHIVIES] CHOCK to secure with a wedge of wood or metal [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHOIR to sing in unison [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHOKE to impede the breathing of [v CHOKED, CHOKING, CHOKES] CHOKY tending to cause choking [adj CHOKIER, CHOKIEST] CHOLA a Mexican-American girl [n -S] CHOLO a {pachuco=n} [n -LOS] CHOMP to {champ=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHOOK a chicken [n -S] CHOPS <chop=v> [v] CHORD to play a chord (a combination of three or more musical tones) [v -ED, -IN G, -S] CHORE to do small jobs [v CHORED, CHORING, CHORES] CHOSE an item of personal property [n -S] CHOTT a saline lake [n -S] CHOWS <chow=v> [v] CHUBS <chub=n> [n] CHUCK to {throw=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHUFA a European sedge [n -S] CHUFF {gruff=adj} [adj CHUFFER, CHUFFEST] / to {chug=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHUGS <chug=v> [v] CHUMP to {munch=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHUMS <chum=v> [v] CHUNK to make a dull explosive sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHURL a rude person [n -S] : CHURLISH [adj] CHURN to stir briskly in order to make butter [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHURR to make a vibrant sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] CHUTE to convey by chute (a vertical passage) [v CHUTED, CHUTING, CHUTES] CHYLE a digestive fluid [n -S] : CHYLOUS [adj] CHYME semi-digested food [n -S] CIBOL a variety of onion [n -S] CIDER the juice pressed from apples [n -S] CIGAR a roll of tobacco leaf for smoking [n -S] CILIA <cilium=n> [n] CIMEX a {bedbug=n} [n -MICES] CINCH to {girth=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] CINES <cine=n> [n] CIONS <cion=n> [n] CIRCA about; around [prep] CIRES <cire=n> [n] CIRRI <cirrus=n> [n] CISCO a freshwater fish [n -COS or -COES] CISSY {sissy=n} [n -SIES] CISTS <cist=n> [n] CITED <cite=v> [v] CITER one that {cites=v} [n -S] CITES <cite=v> [v] CIVET a catlike mammal [n -S] CIVIC pertaining to a {city=n} [adj] CIVIE {civvy=n} [n -S] CIVIL pertaining to {citizens=n} [adj] CIVVY a {civilian=n} [n -VIES] CLACH {clachan=n} [n -S] CLACK to make an abrupt, dry sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLADE a group of biological taxa [n -S] CLADS <clad=v> [v] CLAGS <clag=v> [v] CLAIM to demand as one's due [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLAMP to fasten with a clamp (a securing device) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

CLAMS <clam=v> [v] CLANG to ring loudly [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLANK to make a sharp, metallic sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLANS <clan=n> [n] CLAPS <clap=v> [v] CLAPT <clap=v> [v] CLARO a mild cigar [n -ROS or -ROES] CLARY an aromatic herb [n CLARIES] CLASH to conflict or disagree [v -ED, -ING, -ES] CLASP to embrace tightly [v CLASPED, CLASPT, CLASPING, CLASPS] CLASS to {classify=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] CLAST a fragment of rock [n -S] CLAVE one of a pair of percussion sticks [n -S] CLAVI <clavus=n> [n] CLAWS <claw=v> [v] CLAYS <clay=v> [v] CLEAN free from dirt or stain [adj CLEANER, CLEANEST] / to rid of dirt or stain [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLEAR clean and pure [adj CLEARER, CLEAREST] / to remove obstructions [v -ED, -I NG, -S] CLEAT to strengthen with a strip of wood or iron [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLEEK to {clutch=v} [v CLAUCHT or CLEEKED, CLEEKING, CLEEKS] CLEFS <clef=n> [n] CLEFT to insert a scion into the stock of a plant [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLEPE to call by name [v CLEPED or CLEPT, CLEPING, CLEPES] CLEPT <clepe=v> [v] CLERK to serve as a clerk (an office worker) [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLEWS <clew=v> [v] CLICK to make a short, sharp sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLIFF a high, steep face of rock [n -S] CLIFT {cliff=n} [n -S] CLIMB to {ascend=v} [v CLIMBED or CLOMB, CLIMBING, CLIMBS] CLIME {climate=n} [n -S] CLINE a series of changes within a species [n -S] CLING to make a high-pitched ringing sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] / to adhere closely [v CLUNG, CLINGING, CLINGS] CLINK to make a soft, sharp, ringing sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLIPS <clip=v> [v] CLIPT <clip=v> [v] CLOAK to {conceal=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLOCK to time with a stopwatch [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLODS <clod=n> [n] CLOGS <clog=v> [v] CLOMB <climb=v> [v] CLOMP to walk heavily and clumsily [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLONE to reproduce by asexual means [v CLONED, CLONING, CLONES] CLONK to make a dull thumping sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLONS <clon=n> [n] CLOOT a cloven hoof [n -S] CLOPS <clop=v> [v] CLOSE {near=adj} [adj CLOSER, CLOSEST] : CLOSELY [adv] / to block against entry or passage [v CLOSED, CLOSING, CLOSES] : CLOSABLE [adj] CLOTH {fabric=n} [n -S] CLOTS <clot=v> [v] CLOUD to cover with clouds (masses of visible vapor) [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLOUR to knock or bump [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLOUT to hit with the hand [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLOVE a spice [n -S] CLOWN to act like a clown (a humorous performer) [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLOYS <cloy=v> [v]

CLOZE CLUBS CLUCK CLUED CLUES CLUMP CLUNG CLUNK CNIDA COACH COACT COALA COALS COALY COAPT COAST COATI COATS COBBS COBBY COBIA COBLE COBRA COCAS COCCI COCKS COCKY COCOA COCOS CODAS CODEC CODED CODEN CODER CODES CODEX CODON COEDS COFFS COGON COHOG COHOS COIFS COIGN COILS COINS COIRS COKED COKES COLAS COLBY COLDS COLED COLES COLIC COLIN COLLY COLOG COLON n -S]

a test of reading comprehension [n -S] <club=v> [v] to make the sound of a hen [v -ED, -ING, -S] <clue=v> [v] <clue=v> [v] to form into a thick mass [v -ED, -ING, -S] <cling=v> [v] to {thump=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a stinging organ in a jellyfish [n -DAE] to tutor or train [v -ED, -ING, -ES] to act together [v -ED, -ING, -S] {koala=n} [n -S] <coal=v> [v] containing coal [adj COALIER, COALIEST] to fit together and make fast [v -ED, -ING, -S] to slide down a hill [v -ED, -ING, -S] a tropical mammal [n -S] <coat=v> [v] <cobb=n> [n] {stocky=adj} [adj -BIER, -BIEST] a large game fish [n -S] a small fishing boat [n -S] a venomous snake [n -S] <coca=n> [n] <coccus=n> [n] <cock=v> [v] arrogantly self-confident [adj COCKIER, COCKIEST] {chocolate=n} [n -S] <coco=n> [n] <coda=n> [n] an integrated circuit [n -S] <code=v> [v] a coding classification [n -S] one that {codes=v} [n -S] <code=v> [v] an ancient manuscript [n -DICES] a triplet of nucleotides (basic components of DNA) [n -S] <coed=n> [n] <coff=v> [v] a tall tropical grass [n -S] a {quahog=n} [n -S] <coho=n> [n] <coif=v> [v] to {quoin=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <coil=v> [v] <coin=v> [v] <coir=n> [n] <coke=v> [v] <coke=v> [v] <cola=n> [n] a mild cheese [n -BYS] <cold=n> [n] <colead=v> [v] <cole=n> [n] acute abdominal pain [n -S] the {bobwhite=n} [n -S] to blacken with coal dust [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES] the logarithm of the reciprocal of a number [n -S] a monetary unit of Costa Rica [n -ES] / a section of the large intestine [

COLOR COLTS COLZA COMAE COMAL COMAS COMBE COMBO COMBS COMER COMES COMET COMFY COMIC COMIX COMMA COMMY COMPO COMPS COMPT COMTE CONCH CONDO CONED CONES CONEY CONGA CONGE CONGO CONIC CONIN CONKS CONKY CONNS CONTE CONTO CONUS COOCH COOED COOEE COOER COOEY COOFS COOKS COOKY COOLS COOLY COOMB COONS COOPS COOPT COOTS COPAL COPAY COPED COPEN COPER COPES COPRA COPSE

to give color (a visual attribute of objects) to [v -ED, -ING, -S] <colt=n> [n] a plant of the cabbage family [n -S] <coma=n> [n] {comose=adj} [adj] <coma=n> [n] a narrow valley [n -S] a small jazz band [n -BOS] <comb=v> [v] one showing great promise [n -S] <come=v> [v] a celestial body [n -S] : COMETARY [adj] {comfortable=adj} [adj -FIER, -FIEST] a {comedian=n} [n -S] comic books or strips [n] a fragment of a few words or feet in ancient prosody [n -MAS or -MATA] {commie=n} [n -MIES] a mixed substance [n -POS] <comp=v> [v] to {count=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a French nobleman [n -S] a marine mollusk [n -S or -ES] an individually owned unit in a multiunit structure [n -DOS or -DOES] <cone=v> [v] <cone=v> [v] {cony=n} [n -NEYS] to perform a conga (Latin American dance) [v -ED, -ING, -S] permission to depart [n -S] an eellike amphibian [n -GOES] / {congou=n} [n -GOS] a geometric curve [n -S] {coniine=n} [n -S] <conk=v> [v] full of a tree fungus [adj] <conn=v> [v] a short story [n -S] a Portuguese money of account [n -TOS] an anatomical part in mammals [n CONI] a sinuous dance [n -ES] <coo=v> [v] to cry out shrilly [v COOEED, COOEEING, COOEES] one that {coos=v} [n -S] to {cooee=v} [v -EYED, -EYING, -EYS] <coof=n> [n] <cook=v> [v] {cookie=n} [n COOKIES] <cool=v> [v] {coolie=n} [n COOLIES] {combe=n} [n -S] <coon=n> [n] <coop=v> [v] to elect or appoint [v -ED, -ING, -S] <coot=n> [n] a resin [n -S] a fee required by a health insurer to be paid by the patient [n -PAYS] <cope=v> [v] a blue color [n -S] a horse dealer [n -S] <cope=v> [v] dried coconut meat [n -S] a coppice [n -S]

CORAL CORBY CORDS CORED CORER CORES CORGI CORIA CORKS CORKY CORMS CORNS CORNU CORNY CORPS CORSE COSEC COSES COSET COSEY COSIE COSTA COSTS COTAN COTED COTES COTTA COUCH COUDE COUGH COULD COUNT -ING, COUPE COUPS COURT COUTH COVED COVEN COVER COVES COVET COVEY COVIN COWED COWER COWLS COWRY COXAE COXAL COXED COXES COYED COYER COYLY COYPU COZEN COZES COZEY COZIE

a mass of marine animal skeletons [n -S] {corbie=n} [n CORBIES] <cord=v> [v] <core=v> [v] a utensil for coring apples [n -S] <core=v> [v] a short-legged dog [n -S] <corium=n> [n] <cork=v> [v] {corklike=adj} [adj CORKIER, CORKIEST] <corm=n> [n] <corn=v> [v] a hornlike bone formation [n -NUA] : CORNUAL [adj] {trite=adj} [adj CORNIER, CORNIEST] a military unit [n CORPS] a {corpse=n} [n -S] {cosecant=n} [n -S] <cos=n> [n] a mathematical subset [n -S] {cozey=n} [n -S] {cozey=n} [n -S] a rib [n -TAE] : COSTAL [adj], COSTALLY [adv] <cost=v> [v] a trigonometric function of an angle [n -S] <cote=v> [v] <cote=v> [v] a short surplice [n -TAE or -TAS] to put into words [v -ED, -ING, -ES] pertaining to a type of telescope [adj] to expel air from the lungs noisily [v -ED, -ING, -S] <can=v> [v] to list or mention the units of one by one to ascertain the total [v -ED, -S] an automobile with two doors [n -S] <coup=v> [v] to {woo=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] sophisticated [adj COUTHER, COUTHEST] / {refinement=n} [n -S] <cove=v> [v] a group of witches [n -S] to place something over or upon [v -ED, -ING, -S] <cove=v> [v] to desire greatly [v -ED, -ING, -S] a flock of birds [n -EYS] a conspiracy to defraud [n -S] <cow=v> [v] to {cringe=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <cowl=v> [v] a glossy seashell [n -RIES] <coxa=n> [n] <coxa=n> [adj] <cox=v> [v] <cox=v> [v] <coy=v> [v] <coy=adj> [adj] in a coy manner [adv] an aquatic rodent [n -S] to {deceive=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <coz=n> [n] a covering for a teapot [n -S] {cozey=n} [n -S]

CRAAL CRABS CRACK CRAFT CRAGS CRAKE CRAMP CRAMS CRANE CRANK CRAPE CRAPS CRASH CRASS CRATE CRAVE CRAWL CRAWS CRAZE CRAZY ] CREAK CREAM CREDO CREDS CREED CREEK CREEL CREEP CREME CREPE CREPT CREPY CRESS CREST CREWS CRIBS CRICK CRIED CRIER CRIES CRIME CRIMP CRIPE CRISP -S] CRITS CROAK CROCI CROCK CROCS CROFT CRONE CRONY CROOK CROON CROPS CRORE CROSS CROUP

to {kraal=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <crab=v> [v] to break without dividing into parts [v -ED, -ING, -S] to make by hand [v -ED, -ING, -S] <crag=n> [n] a small, harsh-voiced bird [n -S] to restrain or confine [v -ED, -ING, -S] <cram=v> [v] to stretch out one's neck [v CRANED, CRANING, CRANES] {lively=adj} [adj CRANKER, CRANKEST] / to start manually [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {crepe=v} [v CRAPED, CRAPING, CRAPES] <crap=v> [v] to collide noisily [v -ED, -ING, -ES] grossly vulgar or stupid [adj CRASSER, CRASSEST] : CRASSLY [adv] to put in a packing box [v CRATED, CRATING, CRATES] to desire greatly [v CRAVED, CRAVING, CRAVES] to move with the body on or near the ground [v -ED, -ING, -S] <craw=n> [n] to make {insane=adj} [v CRAZED, CRAZING, CRAZES] {insane=adj} [adj -ZIER, -ZIEST] : CRAZILY [adv] / a crazy person [n -ZIES to {squeak=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to form cream (a part of milk) [v -ED, -ING, -S] a {creed=n} [n -DOS] <cred=n> [n] a statement of belief [n -S] : CREEDAL [adj] a watercourse smaller than a river [n -S] to put fish in a creel (a fish basket) [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {crawl=v} [v CREPT or CREEPED, CREEPING, CREEPS] cream [n -S] to frizz the hair [v CREPED, CREPING, CREPES] <creep=v> [v] {crepey=adj} [adj CREPIER, CREPIEST] a plant used in salads [n -ES] : CRESSY [adj] to reach a crest (a peak) [v -ED, -ING, -S] <crew=v> [v] <crib=v> [v] to cause a spasm of the neck [v -ED, -ING, -S] <cry=v> [v] one that {cries=v} [n -S] <cry=v> [v] a violation of the law [n -S] to {pleat=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] used as a mild oath [interj] {brittle=adj} [adj CRISPER, CRISPEST] / to make {crisp=adj} [v -ED, -ING, <crit=n> [n] to utter a low, hoarse sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] <crocus=n> [n] to stain or soil [v -ED, -ING, -S] <croc=n> [n] a small tenant farm [n -S] a withered old woman [n -S] : CRONISH [adj] a close friend [n CRONIES] to {bend=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] / {sick=adj} [adj CROOKER, CROOKEST] to sing softly [v -ED, -ING, -S] <crop=v> [v] a monetary unit of India [n -S] ill-tempered [adj CROSSER, CROSSEST] / to {intersect=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] a disease of the throat [n -S]

CROWD to press into an insufficient space [v -ED, -ING, -S] CROWN to supply with a crown (a royal headpiece) [v -ED, -ING, -S] CROWS <crow=v> [v] CROZE a tool used in barrel-making [n -S] CRUCK a curved roof timber [n -S] CRUDE {unrefined=adj} [adj CRUDER, CRUDEST] : CRUDELY [adv] / unrefined petroleu m [n -S] CRUDS <crud=v> [v] CRUEL indifferent to the pain of others [adj CRUELER, CRUELEST, CRUELLER, CRUELL EST] : CRUELLY [adv] CRUET a glass bottle [n -S] CRUMB to break into crumbs (small pieces) [v -ED, -ING, -S] CRUMP to {crunch=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CRUOR clotted blood [n -S] CRURA <crus=n> [n] CRUSE a small bottle [n -S] CRUSH to press or squeeze out of shape [v -ED, -ING, -ES] CRUST to form a crust (a hardened outer surface) [v -ED, -ING, -S] CRWTH an ancient stringed musical instrument [n -S] CRYPT a burial vault [n -S] : CRYPTAL [adj] CUBBY a small, enclosed space [n -BIES] CUBEB a woody vine [n -S] CUBED <cube=v> [v] CUBER one that {cubes=v} [n -S] CUBES <cube=v> [v] CUBIC a mathematical equation or expression [n -S] CUBIT an ancient measure of length [n -S] : CUBITAL [adj] CUDDY a {donkey=n} [n -DIES] CUFFS <cuff=v> [v] CUIFS <cuif=n> [n] CUING <cue=v> [v] CUISH {cuisse=n} [n -ES] CUKES <cuke=n> [n] CULCH an oyster bed [n -ES] CULET a piece of armor for the lower back [n -S] CULEX a {mosquito=n} [n CULEXES or CULICES] CULLS <cull=v> [v] CULLY to {trick=v} [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES] CULMS <culm=v> [v] CULPA negligence for which one is liable [n -PAE] CULTI <cultus=n> [n] CULTS <cult=n> [n] CUMIN a plant used in cooking [n -S] CUPEL to refine gold or silver in a cuplike vessel [v -PELED, -PELING, -PELS or -PELLED, -PELLING, -PELS] CUPID a naked, winged representation of the Roman god of love [n -S] CUPPA a cup of tea [n -S] CUPPY {cuplike=adj} [adj -PIER, -PIEST] CURBS <curb=v> [v] CURCH a {kerchief=n} [n -ES] CURDS <curd=v> [v] CURDY curdled [adj CURDIER, CURDIEST] CURED <cure=v> [v] CURER one that {cures=v} [n -S] CURES <cure=v> [v] CURET a surgical instrument [n -S] CURFS <curf=n> [n] CURIA a court of justice [n -RIAE] : CURIAL [adj] CURIE a unit of radioactivity [n -S] CURIO an unusual art object [n -RIOS]

CURLS CURLY CURNS CURRS CURRY CURSE CURST CURVE CURVY CUSEC CUSHY CUSKS CUSPS CUSSO CUTCH CUTER CUTES CUTEY CUTIE CUTIN CUTIS CUTTY CUTUP CUVEE CYANO CYANS CYBER CYCAD CYCAS CYCLE CYCLO CYDER CYLIX CYMAE CYMAR CYMAS CYMES CYMOL CYNIC CYSTS CYTON CZARS DACES DACHA DADAS DADDY DADOS DAFFS DAFFY DAGGA DAHLS DAILY DAIRY DAISY DALES DALLY DAMAN DAMAR DAMES DAMNS

<curl=v> [v] tending to curl [adj CURLIER, CURLIEST] : CURLILY [adv] <curn=n> [n] <curr=v> [v] to prepare leather for use or sale [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] to wish evil upon [v CURSED, CURST, CURSING, CURSES] <curse=v> [v] to deviate from straightness [v CURVED, CURVING, CURVES] : CURVEDLY [adv] curved [adj CURVIER, CURVIEST] a volumetric unit of flow of liquids [n -S] {easy=adj} [adj CUSHIER, CUSHIEST] <cusk=n> [n] <cusp=n> [n] an Ethiopian tree [n -SOS] {catechu=n} [n -ES] <cute=adj> [adj] <cutis=n> [n] {cutie=n} [n -TEYS] a cute person [n -S] a waxy substance found on plants [n -S] the {corium=n} [n -TES or -TISES] a thickset girl [n -TIES] a mischievous person [n -S] a wine blended in casks [n -S] pertaining to {cyanogen=n} [adj] <cyan=n> [n] pertaining to {computers=n} [adj] a tropical plant [n -S] a tropical plant [n -ES] to ride a bicycle [v -CLED, -CLING, -CLES] a three-wheeled motor vehicle [n -CLOS] {cider=n} [n -S] {kylix=n} [n CYLICES] <cyma=n> [n] {simar=n} [n -S] <cyma=n> [n] <cyme=n> [n] {cymene=n} [n -S] a cynical person [n -S] <cyst=n> [n] the body of a nerve cell [n -S] <czar=n> [n] <dace=n> [n] a Russian cottage [n -S] <dada=n> [n] father [n -DIES] <dado=v> [v] <daff=v> [v] {silly=adj} [adj -FIER, -FIEST] : DAFFILY [adv] {marijuana=n} [n -S] <dahl=n> [n] a newspaper published every weekday [n -LIES] an establishment dealing in milk products [n DAIRIES] a flowering plant [n -SIES] : DAISIED [adj] <dale=n> [n] to waste time [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES] a small {mammal=n} [n -S] {dammar=n} [n -S] <dame=n> [n] <damn=v> [v]

DAMPS <damp=v> [v] DANCE to move rhythmically to music [v DANCED, DANCING, DANCES] DANDY {fine=adj} [adj -DIER, -DIEST] / a man who is overly concerned about his a ppearance [n -DIES] DANGS <dang=v> [v] DANIO an aquarium fish [n -NIOS] DARBS <darb=n> [n] DARED <dare=v> [v] DARER one that {dares=v} [n -S] DARES <dare=v> [v] DARIC an ancient Persian coin [n -S] DARKS <dark=v> [v] DARNS <darn=v> [v] DARTS <dart=v> [v] DASHI a fish broth [n -S] DASHY {stylish=adj} [adj DASHIER, DASHIEST] DATED <date=v> [v] DATER one that {dates=v} [n -S] DATES <date=v> [v] DATOS <dato=n> [n] DATTO a Philippine tribal chief [n -TOS] DATUM something used as a basis for calculating [n -TA or -TUMS] DAUBE a braised meat stew [n -S] DAUBS <daub=v> [v] DAUBY {smeary=adj} [adj DAUBIER, DAUBIEST] DAUNT to {intimidate=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DAUTS <daut=v> [v] DAVEN to utter Jewish prayers [v -ED, -ING, -S] DAVIT a hoisting device on a ship [n -S] DAWED <daw=v> [v] DAWEN <daw=v> [v] DAWKS <dawk=n> [n] DAWNS <dawn=v> [v] DAWTS <dawt=v> [v] DAZED <daze=v> [v] DAZES <daze=v> [v] DEADS <dead=n> [n] DEAIR to remove air from [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEALS <deal=v> [v] DEALT <deal=v> [v] DEANS <dean=v> [v] DEARS <dear=n> [n] DEARY {darling=n} [n DEARIES] DEASH to remove ash from [v -ED, -ING, -ES] DEATH the end of life [n -S] DEAVE to {deafen=v} [v DEAVED, DEAVING, DEAVES] DEBAG to remove the pants from someone [v -BAGGED, -BAGGING, -BAGS] DEBAR to {exclude=v} [v -BARRED, -BARRING, -BARS] DEBIT to charge with a debt [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEBTS <debt=n> [n] DEBUG to remove bugs from [v -BUGGED, -BUGGING, -BUGS] DEBUT to make one's first public appearance [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEBYE a unit of measure for electric dipole moments [n -S] DECAF decaffeinated coffee [n -S] DECAL a picture or design made to be transferred from specially prepared paper [ n -S] DECAY to {decompose=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DECKS <deck=v> [v] DECOR style or mode of decoration [n -S] DECOS <deco=n> [n]

DECOY DECRY DEDAL DEEDS DEEDY DEEMS DEEPS DEERS DEETS DEFAT DEFER DEFIS DEFOG DEGAS DEGUM DEICE DEIFY DEIGN DEILS DEISM DEIST DEITY DEKED DEKES DEKKO DELAY DELED DELES DELFS DELFT DELIS DELLS DELLY DELTA DELTS DELVE DEMES DEMIC DEMIT DEMOB DEMON DEMOS DEMUR DENAR DENES DENIM DENSE DENTS DEOXY DEPOT DEPTH DERAT DERAY DERBY DERMA DERMS DERRY DESEX DESKS DETER

to lure into a trap [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {denounce=v} [v -CRIED, -CRYING, -CRIES] {daedal=adj} [adj] <deed=v> [v] {industrious=adj} [adj DEEDIER, DEEDIEST] <deem=v> [v] <deep=n> [n] <deer=n> [n] <deet=n> [n] to remove fat from [v -FATTED, -FATTING, -FATS] to {postpone=v} [v -FERRED, -FERRING, -FERS] <defi=n> [n] to remove fog from [v -FOGGED, -FOGGING, -FOGS] to remove gas from [v -GASSED, -GASSING, -GASSES or -GASES] to free from gum [v -GUMMED, -GUMMING, -GUMS] to free from ice [v -ICED, -ICING, -ICES] to make a god of [v -FIED, -FYING, -FIES] to lower oneself to do something [v -ED, -ING, -S] <deil=n> [n] a religious philosophy [n -S] an adherent of {deism=n} [n -S] : DEISTIC [adj] a god or goddess [n -TIES] <deke=v> [v] <deke=v> [v] a look [n -KOS] to put off to a later time [v -ED, -ING, -S] <dele=v> [v] <dele=v> [v] <delf=n> [n] an {earthenware=n} [n -S] <deli=n> [n] <dell=n> [n] {deli=n} [n DELLIES] an alluvial deposit at the mouth of a river [n -S] : DELTAIC, DELTIC [adj] <delt=n> [n] to search in depth [v DELVED, DELVING, DELVES] <deme=n> [n] pertaining to a {deme=n} [adj] to {resign=v} [v -MITTED, -MITTING, -MITS] to discharge from military service [v -MOBBED, -MOBBING, -MOBS] an evil spirit [n -S] the people of an ancient Greek state [n -ES] to {object=v} [v -MURRED, -MURRING, -MURS] a monetary unit of Macedonia [n -NARS or -NARI] <dene=n> [n] a durable fabric [n -S] : DENIMED [adj] {compact=adj} [adj DENSER, DENSEST] : DENSELY [adv] <dent=v> [v] having less oxygen than the compound from which it is derived [adj] a railroad or bus station [n -S] {deepness=n} [n -S] to rid of rats [v -RATTED, -RATTING, -RATS] disorderly revelry [n -RAYS] a type of hat [n -BIES] a layer of the skin [n -S] : DERMAL [adj] <derm=n> [n] a meaningless word used in the chorus of old songs [n -RIES] to castrate or spay [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <desk=n> [n] to stop from proceeding [v -TERRED, -TERRING, -TERS]

DETOX to {detoxify=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] DEUCE to bring a tennis score to a tie [v DEUCED, DEUCING, DEUCES] DEVAS <deva=n> [n] DEVEL to strike forcibly [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEVIL to prepare food with pungent seasoning [v -ILED, -ILING, -ILS or -ILLED, ILLING, -ILS] DEVON one of a breed of small, hardy cattle [n -S] DEWAN an official in India [n -S] DEWAR a double-walled flask [n -S] DEWAX to remove wax from [v -ED, -ING, -ES] DEWED <dew=v> [v] DEXES <dex=n> [n] DEXIE a tablet of dex [n -S] DHAKS <dhak=n> [n] DHALS <dhal=n> [n] DHOBI a person who does laundry in India [n -S] DHOLE a wild dog of India [n -S] DHOTI a loincloth worn by Hindu men [n -S] DHOWS <dhow=n> [n] DHUTI {dhoti=n} [n -S] DIALS <dial=v> [v] DIARY a personal journal [n -RIES] DIAZO containing a certain chemical group [adj] DICED <dice=v> [v] DICER a device that dices food [n -S] DICES <dice=v> [v] DICEY {dangerous=adj} [adj DICIER, DICIEST] DICKS <dick=n> [n] DICKY poor in condition [adj DICKIER, DICKIEST] / {dickey=n} [n DICKIES] DICOT a plant with two seed leaves [n -S] DICTA <dictum=n> [n] DICTY {snobbish=adj} [adj -TIER, -TIEST] DIDIE {didy=n} [n -S] DIDOS <dido=n> [n] DIDST <do=v> [v] DIENE a chemical compound [n -S] DIETS <diet=v> [v] DIFFS <diff=n> [n] DIGHT to {adorn=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DIGIT a finger or toe [n -S] DIKED <dike=v> [v] DIKER one that {dikes=v} [n -S] DIKES <dike=v> [v] DILDO an object used as a penis substitute [n -DOS] DILLS <dill=n> [n] DILLY something remarkable [n DILLIES] DIMER a molecule composed of two identical molecules [n -S] DIMES <dime=n> [n] DIMLY in a dim manner [adv] DINAR an ancient gold coin of Muslim areas [n -S] DINED <dine=v> [v] DINER one that {dines=v} [n -S] DINES <dine=v> [v] DINGE the condition of being dingy [n -S] DINGO a wild dog of Australia [n -GOES] DINGS <ding=v> [v] DINGY {grimy=adj} [adj -GIER, -GIEST] / {dinghy=n} [n -GIES] DINKS <dink=v> [v] DINKY {small=adj} [adj -KIER, -KIEST] / {dinkey=n} [n -KIES] DINOS <dino=n> [n]

DINTS <dint=v> [v] DIODE a type of electron tube [n -S] DIOLS <diol=n> [n] DIPPY {foolish=adj} [adj -PIER, -PIEST] DIPSO a person who craves alcoholic liquors [n -SOS] DIRAM a monetary unit of Tajikistan [n -S] DIRER <dire=adj> [adj] DIRGE a funeral song [n -S] : DIRGEFUL [adj] DIRKS <dirk=v> [v] DIRLS <dirl=v> [v] DIRTS <dirt=n> [n] DIRTY {unclean=adj} [adj DIRTIER, DIRTIEST] : DIRTILY [adv] / to make {dirty=adj } [v DIRTIED, DIRTYING, DIRTIES] DISCI <discus=n> [n] DISCO to dance at a discotheque [v -ED, -ING, -S] DISCS <disc=v> [v] DISHY {attractive=adj} [adj DISHIER, DISHIEST] DISKS <disk=v> [v] DISME a former coin of the United States [n -S] DITAS <dita=n> [n] DITCH to dig a long, narrow excavation in the ground [v -ED, -ING, -ES] DITES <dite=n> [n] DITSY silly, eccentric [adj -SIER, -SIEST] DITTO to {repeat=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DITTY a short, simple song [n -TIES] DITZY {ditsy=adj} [adj -ZIER, -ZIEST] DIVAN a sofa or couch [n -S] DIVAS <diva=n> [n] DIVED <dive=v> [v] DIVER one that {dives=v} [n -S] DIVES <dive=v> [v] DIVOT a piece of turf [n -S] DIVVY to {divide=v} [v -VIED, -VYING, -VIES] DIWAN {dewan=n} [n -S] DIXIT a {statement=n} [n -S] DIZEN to dress in fine clothes [v -ED, -ING, -S] DIZZY having a sensation of whirling [adj -ZIER, -ZIEST] : DIZZILY [adv] / to ma ke {dizzy=adj} [v -ZIED, -ZYING, -ZIES] DJINN {jinni=n} [n -S] DJINS <djin=n> [n] DOATS <doat=v> [v] DOBBY a fool [n -BIES] DOBIE {adobe=n} [n -S] DOBLA a former gold coin of Spain [n -S] DOBRA a former gold coin of Portugal [n -S] DOBRO an acoustic guitar having a metal resonator -- a trademark [n -S] DOCKS <dock=v> [v] DODGE to {evade=v} [v DODGED, DODGING, DODGES] DODGY {evasive=adj} [adj DODGIER, DODGIEST] DODOS <dodo=n> [n] DOERS <doer=n> [n] DOEST <do=v> [v] DOETH <do=v> [v] DOFFS <doff=v> [v] DOGES <doge=n> [n] DOGEY {dogie=n} [n -GEYS] DOGGO in hiding [adv] DOGGY resembling or suggestive of a dog [adj -GIER, -GIEST] / a small dog [n -GI ES] DOGIE a stray calf [n -S]

DOGMA a principle or belief put forth as authoritative [n -MAS or -MATA] : DOGMA TIC [adj] DOILY a small {napkin=n} [n -LIES] DOING an {action=n} [n -S] DOITS <doit=n> [n] DOJOS <dojo=n> [n] DOLCE a soft-toned organ stop [n -CI] DOLCI <dolce=n> [n] DOLED <dole=v> [v] DOLES <dole=v> [v] DOLLS <doll=v> [v] DOLLY to move on a wheeled platform [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES] DOLMA a stuffed grape leaf [n -MAS or -MADES] DOLOR {grief=n} [n -S] DOLTS <dolt=n> [n] DOMAL {domical=adj} [adj] DOMED <dome=v> [v] DOMES <dome=v> [v] DOMIC {domical=adj} [adj] DONAS <dona=n> [n] DONEE a recipient of a gift [n -S] DONGA a gully in a veldt [n -S] DONGS <dong=n> [n] DONNA an Italian lady [n DONNAS or DONNE] DONNE <donna=n> [n] DONOR one that {donates=v} [n -S] DONSY {donsie=adj} [adj] DONUT {doughnut=n} [n -S] DOODY {feces=n} [n -DIES] DOOLY {doolee=n} [n -LIES] DOOMS <doom=v> [v] DOOMY {doomful=adj} [adj DOOMIER, DOOMIEST] : DOOMILY [adv] DOORS <door=n> [n] DOOZY {doozer=n} [n -ZIES] DOPAS <dopa=n> [n] DOPED <dope=v> [v] DOPER one that {dopes=v} [n -S] DOPES <dope=v> [v] DOPEY lethargic; stupid [adj DOPIER, DOPIEST] : DOPILY [adv] DORKS <dork=n> [n] DORKY stupid, foolish [adj DORKIER, DORKIEST] DORMS <dorm=n> [n] DORMY {dormie=adj} [adj] DORPS <dorp=n> [n] DORRS <dorr=n> [n] DORSA <dorsum=n> [n] DORTY {sullen=adj} [adj] DOSED <dose=v> [v] DOSER one that {doses=v} [n -S] DOSES <dose=v> [v] DOTAL pertaining to a {dowry=n} [adj] DOTED <dote=v> [v] DOTER one that {dotes=v} [n -S] DOTES <dote=v> [v] DOTTY {crazy=adj} [adj -TIER, -TIEST] DOUBT to be uncertain about [v -ED, -ING, -S] DOUCE {sedate=adj} [adj] : DOUCELY [adv] DOUGH a flour mixture [n -S] DOULA a woman who assists another woman during childbirth [n -S] DOUMA {duma=n} [n -S]

DOUMS <doum=n> [n] DOURA {durra=n} [n -S] DOUSE to plunge into water [v DOUSED, DOUSING, DOUSES] DOVEN to {daven=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DOVES <dove=n> [n] DOWDY lacking in stylishness or neatness [adj DOWDIER, DOWDIEST] : DOWDILY [adv] , DOWDYISH [adj] / a dowdy woman [n DOWDIES] DOWED <dow=v> [v] DOWEL to fasten with wooden pins [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS ] DOWER to provide with a dowry [v -ED, -ING, -S] DOWIE {dreary=adj} [adj] DOWNS <down=v> [v] DOWNY {soft=adj} [adj DOWNIER, DOWNIEST] DOWRY the money or property a wife brings to her husband at marriage [n -RIES] DOWSE to search for underground water with a divining rod [v DOWSED, DOWSING, DO WSES] DOXIE {doxy=n} [n -S] DOYEN the senior member of a group [n -S] DOYLY {doily=n} [n -LIES] DOZED <doze=v> [v] DOZEN to {stun=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DOZER one that {dozes=v} [n -S] DOZES <doze=v> [v] DRABS <drab=v> [v] DRAFF the damp remains of malt after brewing [n -S] DRAFT to conscript for military service [v -ED, -ING, -S] DRAGS <drag=v> [v] DRAIL a heavy fishhook [n -S] DRAIN to draw off a liquid [v -ED, -ING, -S] DRAKE a male duck [n -S] DRAMA a composition written for theatrical performance [n -S] DRAMS <dram=v> [v] DRANK <drink=v> [v] DRAPE to arrange in graceful folds [v DRAPED, DRAPING, DRAPES] : DRAPABLE [adj] DRATS <drat=v> [v] DRAVE <drive=v> [v] DRAWL to speak slowly with vowels greatly prolonged [v -ED, -ING, -S] DRAWN <draw=v> [v] DRAWS <draw=v> [v] DRAYS <dray=v> [v] DREAD to fear greatly [v -ED, -ING, -S] DREAM to have a dream (a series of images occurring during sleep) [v DREAMED or DREAMT, DREAMING, DREAMS] DREAR the state of being {dreary=adj} [n -S] DRECK {rubbish=n} [n -S] : DRECKY [adj] DREED <dree=v> [v] DREES <dree=v> [v] DREGS <dreg=n> [n] DREKS <drek=n> [n] DRESS to put clothes on [v DRESSED or DREST, DRESSING, DRESSES] DREST <dress=v> [v] DRIBS <drib=v> [v] DRIED <dry=v> [v] DRIER one that {dries=v} [n -S] DRIES <dry=v> [v] DRIFT to move along in a current [v -ED, -ING, -S] DRILL to bore a hole in [v -ED, -ING, -S] DRILY {dryly=adv} [adv] DRINK to swallow liquid [v DRANK, DRUNK, DRINKING, DRINKS]

DRIPS <drip=v> [v] DRIPT <drip=v> [v] DRIVE to urge or propel forward [v DROVE or DRAVE, DRIVEN, DRIVING, DRIVES] : DR IVABLE [adj] DROID an {android=n} [n -S] DROIT a legal right [n -S] DROLL {comical=adj} [adj DROLLER, DROLLEST] / to {jest=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DRONE to make a continuous low sound [v DRONED, DRONING, DRONES] DROOL to {drivel=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DROOP to hang downward [v -ED, -ING, -S] DROPS <drop=v> [v] DROPT <drop=v> [v] DROSS waste matter [n -ES] DROUK to {drench=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DROVE to drive cattle or sheep [v DROVED, DROVING, DROVES] DROWN to suffocate in water [v -ED, -ING, -S] DRUBS <drub=v> [v] DRUGS <drug=v> [v] DRUID one of an ancient Celtic order of priests [n -S] : DRUIDIC [adj] DRUMS <drum=v> [v] DRUNK intoxicated [adj DRUNKER, DRUNKEST] / a drunken person [n -S] DRUPE a fleshy fruit [n -S] DRUSE a crust of small crystals lining a rock cavity [n -S] DRYAD a nymph of the woods [n -S or -ES] : DRYADIC [adj] DRYER {drier=n} [n -S] DRYLY in a dry manner [adv] DUADS <duad=n> [n] DUALS <dual=n> [n] DUCAL pertaining to a duke (a high-ranking nobleman) [adj] : DUCALLY [adv] DUCAT any of several gold coins formerly used in Europe [n -S] DUCES <duce=n> [n] DUCHY the domain of a duke [n DUCHIES] DUCKS <duck=v> [v] DUCKY {excellent=adj} [adj DUCKIER, DUCKIEST] / a {darling=n} [n DUCKIES] DUCTS <duct=v> [v] DUDDY {duddie=adj} [adj] DUDED <dude=v> [v] DUDES <dude=v> [v] DUELS <duel=v> [v] DUETS <duet=v> [v] DUFFS <duff=n> [n] DUFUS {doofus=n} [n -ES] DUITS <duit=n> [n] DUKED <duke=v> [v] DUKES <duke=v> [v] DULIA veneration of saints [n -S] DULLS <dull=v> [v] DULLY in a dull manner [adv] DULSE an edible seaweed [n -S] DUMAS <duma=n> [n] DUMBO a stupid person [n -BOS] DUMBS <dumb=v> [v] DUMKA a Slavic folk ballad [n -KY] DUMKY <dumka=n> [n] DUMMY to make a representation of [v -MIED, -MYING, -MIES] DUMPS <dump=v> [v] DUMPY short and thick [adj DUMPIER, DUMPIEST] DUNAM a unit of land measure in Israel [n -S] DUNCE a stupid person [n -S] : DUNCICAL, DUNCISH [adj] DUNCH a push [n -ES]

DUNES <dune=n> [n] DUNGS <dung=v> [v] DUNGY {filthy=adj} [adj DUNGIER, DUNGIEST] DUNKS <dunk=v> [v] DUNTS <dunt=v> [v] DUOMI <duomo=n> [n] DUOMO a {cathedral=n} [n -MOS or -MI] DUPED <dupe=v> [v] DUPER one that {dupes=v} [n -S] DUPES <dupe=v> [v] DUPLE having two parts or elements [adj] DURAL of the dura mater (a brain membrane) [adj] DURAS <dura=n> [n] DURED <dure=v> [v] DURES <dure=v> [v] DURNS <durn=v> [v] DUROC a large red hog [n -S] DUROS <duro=n> [n] DURRA a cereal grain [n -S] DURRS <durr=n> [n] DURST <dare=v> [v] DURUM a kind of wheat [n -S] DUSKS <dusk=v> [v] DUSKY somewhat dark [adj DUSKIER, DUSKIEST] : DUSKILY [adv] DUSTS <dust=v> [v] DUSTY full of dust [adj DUSTIER, DUSTIEST] DUTCH with each person paying for himself [adv] DUVET a down-filled bed covering [n -S] DWARF extremely small [adj DWARFER, DWARFEST] / an extremely small person [n DWA RFS or DWARVES] / to cause to appear small [v -ED, -ING, -S] DWEEB an unattractive or inept person [n -S] : DWEEBISH [adj] DWELL to {reside=v} [v DWELT or DWELLED, DWELLING, DWELLS] DWELT <dwell=v> [v] DWINE to pine or waste away [v DWINED, DWINING, DWINES] DYADS <dyad=n> [n] DYERS <dyer=n> [n] DYING a passing out of existence [n -S] DYKED <dyke=v> [v] DYKES <dyke=v> [v] DYNEL a synthetic fiber [n -S] DYNES <dyne=n> [n] EAGER impatiently longing [adj -GERER, -GEREST] : EAGERLY [adv] / {eagre=n} [n S] EAGLE to score an eagle (two strokes under par) on a hole in golf [v EAGLED, EAG LING, EAGLES] EAGRE a tidal flood [n -S] EARED having ears [adj] EARLS <earl=n> [n] EARLY near the beginning of a period of time or a series of events [adv -LIER, LIEST] EARNS <earn=v> [v] EARTH to cover with earth (soil) [v -ED, -ING, -S] EASED <ease=v> [v] EASEL a three-legged frame [n -S] : EASELED [adj] EASES <ease=v> [v] EASTS <east=n> [n] EATEN <eat=v> [v] EATER one that {eats=v} [n -S] EAVED <eave=n> [adj] EAVES <eave=n> [n]

EBBED EBBET EBONS EBONY EBOOK ECHED ECHES ECHOS ECLAT ECRUS EDEMA EDGED EDGER EDGES EDICT EDIFY EDILE EDITS EDUCE EDUCT EERIE EGADS EGERS EGEST EGGAR EGGED EGGER EGRET EIDER EIDOS EIGHT EIKON EJECT EKING ELAIN ELAND ELANS ELATE ELBOW ELDER ELECT ELEGY ELEMI ELFIN ELIDE ELINT ELITE ELOIN ELOPE ELUDE ELUTE ELVER ELVES EMAIL EMBAR EMBAY EMBED EMBER EMBOW EMCEE

<ebb=v> [v] a common green newt [n -S] <ebon=n> [n] a hard, heavy wood [n -NIES] a device for reading books in electronic format [n -S] <eche=v> [v] <eche=v> [v] <echo=n> [n] {brilliance=n} [n -S] <ecru=n> [n] an excessive accumulation of serous fluid [n -MAS or -MATA] <edge=v> [v] a tool used to trim a lawn's edge [n -S] <edge=v> [v] an authoritative order having the force of law [n -S] : EDICTAL [adj] to {enlighten=v} [v -FIED, -FYING, -FIES] {aedile=n} [n -S] <edit=v> [v] to draw forth or bring out [v EDUCED, EDUCING, EDUCES] : EDUCIBLE [adj] something educed [n -S] {weird=adj} [adj -RIER, -RIEST] : EERILY [adv] {egad=interj} [interj] <eger=n> [n] to discharge from the body [v -ED, -ING, -S] {egger=n} [n -S] <egg=v> [v] a kind of moth [n -S] a wading bird [n -S] a large sea duck [n -S] an {essence=n} [n EIDE] a number [n -S] {icon=n} [n -S or -ES] to throw out forcibly [v -ED, -ING, -S] <eke=v> [v] {olein=n} [n -S] a large {antelope=n} [n -S] <elan=n> [n] to raise the spirits of [v ELATED, ELATING, ELATES] : ELATEDLY [adv] to {jostle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] an older person [n -S] to select by vote for an office [v -ED, -ING, -S] a mournful poem for one who is dead [n -GIES] a fragrant resin [n -S] an {elf=n} [n -S] to {omit=v} [v ELIDED, ELIDING, ELIDES] : ELIDIBLE [adj] the gathering of intelligence by electronic devices [n -S] a socially superior group [n -S] to {eloign=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to run off secretly to be married [v ELOPED, ELOPING, ELOPES] to {evade=v} [v ELUDED, ELUDING, ELUDES] to remove by means of a solvent [v ELUTED, ELUTING, ELUTES] a young eel [n -S] <elf=n> [n] to send a message to by computer [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {imprison=v} [v -BARRED, -BARRING, -BARS] to enclose in a bay [v -ED, -ING, -S] to fix firmly into a surrounding mass [v -BEDDED, -BEDDING, -BEDS] a glowing fragment from a fire [n -S] to {arch=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to serve as master of ceremonies [v -CEED, -CEEING, -CEES]

EMEER {emir=n} [n -S] EMEND to {correct=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] EMERY a granular corundum [n -ERIES] EMEUS <emeu=n> [n] EMIRS <emir=n> [n] EMITS <emit=v> [v] EMMER a type of {wheat=n} [n -S] EMMET an {ant=n} [n -S] EMMYS <emmy=n> [n] EMOTE to express emotion in an exaggerated manner [v EMOTED, EMOTING, EMOTES] EMPTY containing nothing [adj -TIER, -TIEST] / to remove the contents of [v -TIE D, -TYING, -TIES] EMYDE {emyd=n} [n -S] EMYDS <emyd=n> [n] ENACT to make into a law [v -ED, -ING, -S] ENATE a relative on the mother's side [n -S] : ENATIC [adj] ENDED <end=v> [v] ENDER one that ends something [n -S] ENDOW to provide with something [v -ED, -ING, -S] ENDUE to provide with some quality or gift [v -DUED, -DUING, -DUES] ENEMA a liquid injected into the rectum [n -MAS or -MATA] ENEMY one that is antagonistic toward another [n -MIES] ENJOY to receive pleasure from [v -ED, -ING, -S] ENNUI a feeling of weariness and discontent [n -S] ENOKI a small white edible mushroom [n -S] ENOLS <enol=n> [n] ENORM {enormous=adj} [adj] ENOWS <enow=n> [n] ENROL to {enroll=v} [v -ROLLED, -ROLLING, -ROLS] ENSKY to raise to the skies [v -SKIED or -SKYED, -SKYING, -SKIES] ENSUE to occur afterward or as a result [v -SUED, -SUING, -SUES] ENTER to come or go into [v -ED, -ING, -S] ENTIA <ens=n> [n] ENTRY a place of entrance [n -TRIES] ENURE to {inure=v} [v -URED, -URING, -URES] ENVOI the closing of a poem or prose work [n -S] ENVOY a {representative=n} [n -VOYS] ENZYM {enzyme=n} [n -S] EOSIN a red dye [n -S] : EOSINIC [adj] EPACT the difference between the lengths of the solar and lunar years [n -S] EPEES <epee=n> [n] EPHAH a Hebrew unit of dry measure [n -S] EPHAS <epha=n> [n] EPHOD an ancient Hebrew vestment [n -S] EPHOR a magistrate of ancient Greece [n -ORS or -ORI] : EPHORAL [adj] EPICS <epic=n> [n] EPOCH a particular period of time [n -S] : EPOCHAL [adj] EPODE a type of {poem=n} [n -S] EPOXY to glue with epoxy (a type of resin) [v EPOXIED or EPOXYED, EPOXYING, EPOX IES] EQUAL having the same capability, quantity, or effect as another [adj] / to be e qual to [v EQUALED, EQUALING, EQUALS or EQUALLED, EQUALLING, EQUALS] EQUID an animal of the horse family [n -S] EQUIP to provide with whatever is needed [v EQUIPPED, EQUIPPING, EQUIPS] ERASE to rub or scrape out [v ERASED, ERASING, ERASES] : ERASABLE [adj] ERECT to {build=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ERGOT a {fungus=n} [n -S] : ERGOTIC [adj] ERICA a shrub of the heath family [n -S] ERNES <erne=n> [n] ERODE to wear away by constant friction [v ERODED, ERODING, ERODES]

EROSE {uneven=adj} [adj] : EROSELY [adv] ERRED <err=v> [v] ERROR a mistake [n -S] ERSES <ers=n> [n] ERUCT to {belch=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ERUGO {aerugo=n} [n -GOS] ERUPT to burst forth [v -ED, -ING, -S] ERVIL a European vetch [n -S] ESCAR {esker=n} [n -S] ESCOT to provide support for [v -ED, -ING, -S] ESKAR {esker=n} [n -S] ESKER a narrow ridge of gravel and sand [n -S] ESNES <esne=n> [n] ESSAY to {try=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ESSES <ess=n> [n] ESTER a type of chemical compound [n -S] ESTOP to impede by estoppel [v -TOPPED, -TOPPING, -TOPS] ETAPE a warehouse [n -S] ETHER a volatile liquid used as an anesthetic [n -S] : ETHERIC [adj] ETHIC a body of moral principles [n -S] ETHOS the fundamental character of a culture [n -ES] ETHYL a univalent chemical radical [n -S] ETNAS <etna=n> [n] ETUDE a piece of music for the practice of a point of technique [n -S] ETUIS <etui=n> [n] ETWEE {etui=n} [n -S] ETYMA <etymon=n> [n] EUROS <euro=n> [n] EVADE to escape or avoid by cleverness or deceit [v EVADED, EVADING, EVADES] : E VADABLE, EVADIBLE [adj] EVENS <even=v> [v] EVENT something that occurs [n -S] EVERT to turn outward or inside out [v -ED, -ING, -S] EVERY each without exception [adj] EVICT to expel by legal process [v -ED, -ING, -S] EVILS <evil=n> [n] EVITE to {avoid=v} [v EVITED, EVITING, EVITES] : EVITABLE [adj] EVOKE to call forth [v EVOKED, EVOKING, EVOKES] EWERS <ewer=n> [n] EXACT {precise=adj} [adj -ACTER, -ACTEST] / to force the payment or yielding of [v -ED, -ING, -S] EXALT to {raise=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] EXAMS <exam=n> [n] EXCEL to surpass others [v -CELLED, -CELLING, -CELS] EXECS <exec=n> [n] EXERT to put into action [v -ED, -ING, -S] EXILE to banish from one's own country [v -ILED, -ILING, -ILES] : EXILABLE [adj] EXINE the outer layer of certain spores [n -S] EXING <ex=v> [v] EXIST to {be=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] EXITS <exit=v> [v] EXONS <exon=n> [n] EXPAT an expatriate person [n -S] EXPEL to force out [v -PELLED, -PELLING, -PELS] EXPOS <expo=n> [n] EXTOL to praise highly [v -TOLLED, -TOLLING, -TOLS] EXTRA something additional [n -S] EXUDE to ooze forth [v -UDED, -UDING, -UDES] EXULT to rejoice greatly [v -ED, -ING, -S] EXURB a residential area lying beyond the suburbs of a city [n -S] : EXURBAN [ad

j] EYASS {eyas=n} [n -ES] EYERS <eyer=n> [n] EYING <eye=v> [v] EYRAS <eyra=n> [n] EYRES <eyre=n> [n] EYRIE {aerie=n} [n -S] EYRIR a monetary unit of Iceland [n AURAR] FABLE to compose or tell fictitious tales [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] FACED <face=v> [v] FACER one that {faces=v} [n -S] FACES <face=v> [v] FACET to cut small plane surfaces on [v -ETED, -ETING, -ETS or -ETTED, -ETTING, -ETS] FACIA {fascia=n} [n -CIAE or -CIAS] FACTS <fact=n> [n] FADDY {faddish=adj} [adj -DIER, -DIEST] FADED <fade=v> [v] FADER one that {fades=v} [n -S] FADES <fade=v> [v] FADGE to {succeed=v} [v FADGED, FADGING, FADGES] FADOS <fado=n> [n] FAENA a series of passes made by a matador in a bullfight [n -S] FAERY {faerie=n} [n -ERIES] FAGIN a person who instructs others in crime [n -S] FAGOT to bind together into a bundle [v -ED, -ING, -S] FAILS <fail=v> [v] FAINT lacking strength or vigor [adj FAINTER, FAINTEST] / to lose consciousness [v -ED, -ING, -S] FAIRS <fair=v> [v] FAIRY an imaginary supernatural being [n FAIRIES] FAITH to believe or trust [v -ED, -ING, -S] FAKED <fake=v> [v] FAKER one that {fakes=v} [n -S] FAKES <fake=v> [v] FAKEY not genuine; phony [adj] FAKIR a Hindu ascetic [n -S] FALLS <fall=v> [v] FALSE contrary to truth or fact [adj FALSER, FALSEST] : FALSELY [adv] FAMED <fame=v> [v] FAMES <fame=v> [v] FANCY ornamental [adj -CIER, -CIEST] : FANCILY [adv] / to take a liking to [v -C IED, -CYING, -CIES] FANES <fane=n> [n] FANGA {fanega=n} [n -S] FANGS <fang=n> [n] FANNY the {buttocks=n} [n -NIES] FANON a cape worn by the pope [n -S] FANOS <fano=n> [n] FANUM {fanon=n} [n -S] FAQIR {fakir=n} [n -S] FARAD a unit of electrical capacitance [n -S] FARCE to fill out with witty material [v FARCED, FARCING, FARCES] FARCI stuffed with finely chopped meat [adj] FARCY a disease of horses [n -CIES] FARDS <fard=v> [v] FARED <fare=v> [v] FARER a {traveler=n} [n -S] FARES <fare=v> [v] FARLE {farl=n} [n -S]

FARLS <farl=n> [n] FARMS <farm=v> [v] FAROS <faro=n> [n] FASTS <fast=v> [v] FATAL causing or capable of causing death [adj] FATED <fate=v> [v] FATES <fate=v> [v] FATLY in the manner of one that is fat [adv] FATTY greasy; oily [adj -TIER, -TIEST] / one that is fat [n -TIES] FATWA an Islamic legal decree [n -S] FAUGH used to express disgust [interj] FAULD a piece of armor below the breastplate [n -S] FAULT to {criticize=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FAUNA the animal life of a particular region [n -NAS or -NAE] : FAUNAL [adj], FA UNALLY [adv] FAUNS <faun=n> [n] FAUVE a {fauvist=n} [n -S] FAVAS <fava=n> [n] FAVES <fave=n> [n] FAVOR to regard with approval [v -ED, -ING, -S] FAVUS a skin disease [n -ES] FAWNS <fawn=v> [v] FAWNY of a yellowish-brown color [adj FAWNIER, FAWNIEST] FAXED <fax=v> [v] FAXES <fax=v> [v] FAYED <fay=v> [v] FAZED <faze=v> [v] FAZES <faze=v> [v] FEARS <fear=v> [v] FEASE to {faze=v} [v FEASED, FEASING, FEASES] FEAST to eat sumptuously [v -ED, -ING, -S] FEATS <feat=n> [n] FEAZE to {faze=v} [v FEAZED, FEAZING, FEAZES] FECAL pertaining to {feces=n} [adj] FECES bodily waste discharged through the anus [n] FECKS <feck=n> [n] FEDEX to send by Federal Express [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FEEBS <feeb=n> [n] FEEDS <feed=v> [v] FEELS <feel=v> [v] FEEZE to {faze=v} [v FEEZED, FEEZING, FEEZES] FEIGN to {pretend=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FEINT to make a deceptive movement [v -ED, -ING, -S] FEIST a small dog of mixed breed [n -S] FELID a {feline=n} [n -S] FELLA a man or boy [n -S] FELLS <fell=v> [v] FELLY a {felloe=n} [n -LIES] FELON a person who has committed a felony [n -S] FELTS <felt=v> [v] FEMES <feme=n> [n] FEMME a {woman=n} [n -S] FEMUR a bone of the leg [n -MURS or -MORA] FENCE to practice the art of fencing [v FENCED, FENCING, FENCES] FENDS <fend=v> [v] FENNY {marshy=adj} [adj FENNIER, FENNIEST] FEODS <feod=n> [n] FEOFF to grant a fief to [v -ED, -ING, -S] FERAL a wild beast [n -S] FERES <fere=n> [n]

FERIA a weekday of a church calendar on which no feast is celebrated [n -RIAS or -RIAE] : FERIAL [adj] FERLY {ferlie=n} [n -LIES] FERMI a unit of length [n -S] FERNS <fern=n> [n] FERNY abounding in {ferns=n} [adj FERNIER, FERNIEST] FERRY to transport by ferry (a type of boat) [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] FESSE a horizontal band across the middle of a heraldic shield [n -S] FESTS <fest=n> [n] FETAL pertaining to a {fetus=n} [adj] FETAS <feta=n> [n] FETCH to go after and bring back [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FETED <fete=v> [v] FETES <fete=v> [v] FETID having an offensive odor [adj] : FETIDLY [adv] FETOR an offensive odor [n -S] FETUS the unborn organism carried within the womb in the later stages of its dev elopment [n -ES] FEUAR one granted land under Scottish feudal law [n -S] FEUDS <feud=v> [v] FEUED <feu=v> [v] FEVER to affect with fever (abnormal elevation of the body temperature) [v -ED, -ING, -S] FEWER <few=adj> [adj] FEYER <fey=adj> [adj] FEYLY <fey=adj> [adv] FEZES <fez=n> [n] FEZZY <fez=n> [adj] FIARS <fiar=n> [n] FIATS <fiat=n> [n] FIBER a thread or threadlike object or structure [n -S] : FIBERED [adj] FIBRE {fiber=n} [n -S] FICES <fice=n> [n] FICHE a sheet of microfilm [n -S] FICHU a woman's scarf [n -S] FICIN an {enzyme=n} [n -S] FICUS a tropical tree [n -ES] FIDGE to {fidget=v} [v FIDGED, FIDGING, FIDGES] FIDOS <fido=n> [n] FIEFS <fief=n> [n] FIELD to play as a fielder [v -ED, -ING, -S] FIEND a {demon=n} [n -S] FIERY intensely hot [adj -ERIER, -ERIEST] : FIERILY [adv] FIFED <fife=v> [v] FIFER one that plays a fife [n -S] FIFES <fife=v> [v] FIFTH one of five equal parts [n -S] FIFTY a number [n -TIES] FIGHT to attempt to defeat an adversary [v FOUGHT, FIGHTING, FIGHTS] FILAR pertaining to a thread [adj] FILCH to {steal=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FILED <file=v> [v] FILER one that {files=v} [n -S] FILES <file=v> [v] FILET to {fillet=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FILLE a {girl=n} [n -S] FILLO {phyllo=n} [n -LOS] FILLS <fill=v> [v] FILLY a young female horse [n -LIES] FILMI music composed for Indian films [n -S]

FILMS FILMY FILOS FILTH FILUM FINAL FINCA FINCH FINDS FINED FINER FINES FINIS FINKS FINNY FINOS FIORD FIQUE FIRED FIRER FIRES FIRMS FIRNS FIRRY FIRST FIRTH FISCS FISHY FISTS FITCH FITLY FIVER FIVES FIXED FIXER FIXES FIXIT FIZZY FJELD FJORD FLABS FLACK FLAGS FLAIL FLAIR FLAKE FLAKY FLAME FLAMS FLAMY FLANK FLANS FLAPS FLARE FLASH FLASK FLATS FLAWS FLAWY FLAXY

<film=v> [v] resembling or covered with film; hazy [adj FILMIER, FILMIEST] <filo=n> [n] foul or dirty matter [n -S] a threadlike anatomical structure [n -LA] the last examination of an academic course [n -S] an estate in Spanish America [n -S] a small bird [n -ES] <find=v> [v] <fine=v> [v] <fine=adj> [adj] <fine=v> [v] the end [n -NISES] <fink=v> [v] having or characterized by fins [adj -NIER, -NIEST] <fino=n> [n] {fjord=n} [n -S] a tropical plant [n -S] <fire=v> [v] one that {fires=v} [n -S] <fire=v> [v] <firm=v> [v] <firn=n> [n] abounding in {firs=n} [adj FIRRIER, FIRRIEST] something that precedes all others [n -S] an inlet of the sea [n -S] <fisc=n> [n] of or resembling fish [adj FISHIER, FISHIEST] <fist=v> [v] a {polecat=n} [n -ES] in a fit manner [adv] a five-dollar bill [n -S] <five=n> [n] <fix=v> [v] one that {fixes=v} [n -S] <fix=v> [v] involved with fixing things [adj] fizzing [adj FIZZIER, FIZZIEST] a high, barren plateau [n -S] a narrow inlet of the sea between steep cliffs [n -S] : FJORDIC [adj] <flab=n> [n] to work as a press agent [v -ED, -ING, -S] <flag=v> [v] to swing freely [v -ED, -ING, -S] a natural aptitude [n -S] to peel off in flakes (flat, thin pieces) [v FLAKED, FLAKING, FLAKES] resembling flakes [adj FLAKIER, FLAKIEST] : FLAKILY [adv] to burn brightly [v FLAMED, FLAMING, FLAMES] <flam=v> [v] flaming [adj FLAMIER, FLAMIEST] to be located at the side of [v -ED, -ING, -S] <flan=n> [n] <flap=v> [v] to burn with a bright, wavering light [v FLARED, FLARING, FLARES] to send forth a sudden burst of light [v -ED, -ING, -ES] a narrow-necked container [n -S] <flat=v> [v] <flaw=v> [v] full of flaws [adj FLAWIER, FLAWIEST] {flaxen=adj} [adj FLAXIER, FLAXIEST]

FLAYS <flay=v> [v] FLEAM a surgical instrument [n -S] FLEAS <flea=n> [n] FLECK to mark with flecks (tiny streaks or spots) [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLEER to {deride=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLEES <flee=v> [v] FLEET {swift=adj} [adj FLEETER, FLEETEST] : FLEETLY [adv] / to move swiftly [v ED, -ING, -S] FLESH to plunge into the flesh (soft body tissue) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FLEWS <flew=n> [n] FLEYS <fley=v> [v] FLICK to strike with a quick, light blow [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLICS <flic=n> [n] FLIED <fly=v> [v] FLIER one that {flies=v} [n -S] FLIES <fly=v> [v] FLING to throw with force [v FLUNG, FLINGING, FLINGS] FLINT to provide with flint (a spark-producing rock) [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLIPS <flip=v> [v] FLIRS <flir=n> [n] FLIRT to behave amorously without serious intent [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLITE to {quarrel=v} [v FLITED, FLITING, FLITES] FLITS <flit=v> [v] FLOAT to rest or remain on the surface of a liquid [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLOCK to gather or move in a crowd [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLOCS <floc=v> [v] FLOES <floe=n> [n] FLOGS <flog=v> [v] FLONG a sheet of a certain type of paper [n -S] FLOOD to {inundate=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLOOR to provide with a floor (the level base of a room) [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLOPS <flop=v> [v] FLORA the plant life of a particular region [n -RAS or -RAE] FLOSS to clean between the teeth with a strong thread [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FLOTA a fleet of Spanish ships [n -S] FLOUR to cover with flour (a finely ground meal of grain) [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLOUT to treat with contempt [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLOWN <fly=v> [v] FLOWS <flow=v> [v] FLUBS <flub=v> [v] FLUED <flue=n> [adj] FLUES <flue=n> [n] FLUFF to make {fluffy=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLUID a substance that tends to flow [n -S] : FLUIDAL [adj] FLUKE to obtain by chance [v FLUKED, FLUKING, FLUKES] FLUKY happening by or depending on chance [adj FLUKIER, FLUKIEST] : FLUKILY [adv ] FLUME to convey by means of an artificial water channel [v FLUMED, FLUMING, FLUM ES] FLUMP to fall heavily [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLUNG <fling=v> [v] FLUNK to fail an examination or course [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLUOR {fluorite=n} [n -S] : FLUORIC [adj] FLUSH {ruddy=adj} [adj FLUSHER, FLUSHEST] / to {blush=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FLUTE to play on a flute (a woodwind instrument) [v FLUTED, FLUTING, FLUTES] FLUTY resembling a flute in sound [adj FLUTIER, FLUTIEST] FLUYT a type of ship [n -S] FLYBY a flight of aircraft close to a specified place [n -BYS] FLYER {flier=n} [n -S] FLYTE to {flite=v} [v FLYTED, FLYTING, FLYTES]

FOALS <foal=v> [v] FOAMS <foam=v> [v] FOAMY covered with foam [adj FOAMIER, FOAMIEST] FOCAL pertaining to a {focus=n} [adj] FOCUS a point at which rays converge or from which they diverge [n -CUSES or -CI ] / to bring to a focus [v -CUSED, -CUSING, -CUSES or -CUSSED, -CUSSING, -CUSSES ] FOEHN a warm, dry wind [n -S] FOGEY {fogy=n} [n -GEYS] : FOGEYISH [adj] FOGGY filled with fog [adj -GIER, -GIEST] : FOGGILY [adv] FOGIE {fogy=n} [n -S] FOHNS <fohn=n> [n] FOILS <foil=v> [v] FOINS <foin=v> [v] FOIST to force upon slyly [v -ED, -ING, -S] FOLDS <fold=v> [v] FOLEY a process for creating sounds for films [n -LEYS] FOLIA <folium=n> [n] FOLIC derived from folic acid [adj] FOLIO to number the pages of [v -ED, -ING, -S] FOLKS <folk=n> [n] FOLKY {folkie=n} [n FOLKIES] FOLLY a foolish idea or action [n -LIES] FONDS <fond=v> [v] FONDU fondue [n -S] FONTS <font=n> [n] FOODS <food=n> [n] FOOLS <fool=v> [v] FOOTS <foot=v> [v] FOOTY {paltry=adj} [adj -TIER, -TIEST] FORAM a marine rhizopod [n -S] FORAY to {raid=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FORBS <forb=n> [n] FORBY close by [prep] FORCE to overcome resistance by the exertion of strength [v FORCED, FORCING, FOR CES] : FORCEDLY [adv] FORDO to {destroy=v} [v -DID, -DONE, -DOING, -DOES] FORDS <ford=v> [v] FORES <fore=n> [n] FORGE to fashion or reproduce for fraudulent purposes [v FORGED, FORGING, FORGES ] FORGO to refrain from [v FORWENT, FORGONE, FORGOING, FORGOES] FORKS <fork=v> [v] FORKY resembling a fork [adj FORKIER, FORKIEST] FORME an assemblage of printing type secured in a metal frame [n -S] FORMS <form=v> [v] FORTE a strong point [n -S] FORTH onward in time, place, or order [adv] FORTS <fort=n> [n] FORTY a number [n -TIES] FORUM a public meeting place [n -RUMS or -RA] FOSSA a catlike mammal [n -S] / an anatomical depression [n -SAE] : FOSSATE [adj ] FOSSE a ditch [n -S] FOULS <foul=v> [v] FOUND to {establish=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FOUNT a fountain [n -S] FOURS <four=n> [n] FOVEA a shallow anatomical depression [n -VEAE or -VEAS] : FOVEAL, FOVEATE, FOVE ATED [adj]

FOWLS <fowl=v> [v] FOXED <fox=v> [v] FOXES <fox=v> [v] FOYER an entrance room or hall [n -S] FRAGS <frag=v> [v] FRAIL {fragile=adj} [adj FRAILER, FRAILEST] : FRAILLY [adv] / a basket for holdi ng dried fruits [n -S] FRAME to construct by putting together the various parts [v FRAMED, FRAMING, FRA MES] : FRAMABLE [adj] FRANC a monetary unit of France [n -S] FRANK honest and unreserved in speech [adj FRANKER, FRANKEST] / to mark (a piece of mail) for free delivery [v -ED, -ING, -S] FRAPS <frap=v> [v] FRASS debris made by insects [n -ES] FRATS <frat=n> [n] FRAUD {trickery=n} [n -S] FRAYS <fray=v> [v] FREAK to streak with color [v -ED, -ING, -S] FREED <free=v> [v] FREER one that {frees=v} [n -S] FREES <free=v> [v] FREMD {strange=adj} [adj] FRENA <frenum=n> [n] FRERE {brother=n} [n -S] FRESH {new=adj} [adj FRESHER, FRESHEST] / to {freshen=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FRETS <fret=v> [v] FRIAR a member of a religious order [n -S] : FRIARLY [adj] FRIED <fry=v> [v] FRIER {fryer=n} [n -S] FRIES <fry=v> [v] FRIGS <frig=v> [v] FRILL to provide with a frill (an ornamental ruffled edge) [v -ED, -ING, -S] FRISE {frieze=n} [n -S] FRISK to move or leap about playfully [v -ED, -ING, -S] FRITH {firth=n} [n -S] FRITS <frit=v> [v] FRITT to {frit=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FRITZ a nonfunctioning state [n -ES] FRIZZ to form into small, tight curls [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FROCK to clothe in a long, loose outer garment [v -ED, -ING, -S] FROES <froe=n> [n] FROGS <frog=v> [v] FROND a type of {leaf=n} [n -S] : FRONDED, FRONDOSE [adj] FRONS the upper anterior portion of an insect's head [n FRONTES] FRONT articulated at the front of the oral passage [adj FRONTER] / to provide wi th a front (a forward part) [v -ED, -ING, -S] FRORE {frozen=adj} [adj] FROSH a {freshman=n} [n FROSH] FROST to cover with frost (a deposit of minute ice crystals) [v -ED, -ING, -S] FROTH to {foam=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FROWN to contract the brow in displeasure [v -ED, -ING, -S] FROWS <frow=n> [n] FROZE <freeze=v> [v] FRUGS <frug=v> [v] FRUIT to bear fruit (usually edible reproductive bodies of a seed plant) [v -ED, -ING, -S] FRUMP a dowdy woman [n -S] : FRUMPISH [adj] FRYER one that {fries=v} [n -S] FUBSY chubby and somewhat squat [adj FUBSIER, FUBSIEST] FUCUS any of a genus of brown algae [n -CI or -CUSES]

FUDDY a fussy person [n -DIES] FUDGE to {falsify=v} [v FUDGED, FUDGING, FUDGES] FUELS <fuel=v> [v] FUGAL being in the style of a fugue [adj] : FUGALLY [adv] FUGGY stuffy and odorous [adj -GIER, -GIEST] : FUGGILY [adv] FUGIO a former coin of the United States [n -GIOS] FUGLE to {lead=v} [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES] FUGUE to compose a fugue (a type of musical composition) [v FUGUED, FUGUING, FUG UES] FUGUS <fugu=n> [n] FUJIS <fuji=n> [n] FULLS <full=v> [v] FULLY in a full manner [adv] FUMED <fume=v> [v] FUMER one that {fumes=v} [n -S] FUMES <fume=v> [v] FUMET the odor of meat while cooking [n -S] FUNDI <fundus=n> [n] FUNDS <fund=v> [v] FUNGI <fungus=n> [n] FUNGO a fly ball hit to a fielder for practice in baseball [n -GOES] FUNKS <funk=v> [v] FUNKY having an offensive odor [adj FUNKIER, FUNKIEST] : FUNKILY [adv] FUNNY causing laughter or amusement [adj -NIER, -NIEST] : FUNNILY [adv] / a comi c strip [n -NIES] FURAN a flammable liquid [n -S] FURLS <furl=v> [v] FUROR an {uproar=n} [n -S] FURRY covered with fur [adj -RIER, -RIEST] FURZE a spiny shrub [n -S] FURZY abounding in {furze=n} [adj FURZIER, FURZIEST] FUSED <fuse=v> [v] FUSEE a large-headed friction match [n -S] FUSEL an oily liquid [n -S] FUSES <fuse=v> [v] FUSIL a type of {musket=n} [n -S] FUSSY overly concerned with small details [adj FUSSIER, FUSSIEST] : FUSSILY [adv ] FUSTY {musty=adj} [adj -TIER, -TIEST] : FUSTILY [adv] FUTON a cotton filled mattress for use as a bed [n -S] FUZED <fuze=v> [v] FUZEE {fusee=n} [n -S] FUZES <fuze=v> [v] FUZIL {fusil=n} [n -S] FUZZY {blurry=adj} [adj FUZZIER, FUZZIEST] : FUZZILY [adv] FYCES <fyce=n> [n] FYKES <fyke=n> [n] FYTTE a division of a poem or song [n -S] GABBY {talkative=adj} [adj -BIER, -BIEST] GABLE to form a triangular section of a wall [v GABLED, GABLING, GABLES] GADDI a {hassock=n} [n -S] GADID {gadoid=n} [n -S] GADIS <gadi=n> [n] GAFFE a social blunder [n -S] GAFFS <gaff=v> [v] GAGED <gage=v> [v] GAGER {gauger=n} [n -S] GAGES <gage=v> [v] GAILY in a gay manner [adv] GAINS <gain=v> [v]

GAITS <gait=v> [v] GALAH a {cockatoo=n} [n -S] GALAS <gala=n> [n] GALAX an evergreen herb [n -ES] GALEA a helmet-shaped anatomical part [n -LEAE or -LEAS] : GALEATE, GALEATED [ad j] GALES <gale=n> [n] GALLS <gall=v> [v] GALLY to {frighten=v} [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES] GALOP to dance a galop (a lively round dance) [v -ED, -ING, -S] GAMAS <gama=n> [n] GAMAY a red grape [n -MAYS] GAMBA a bass viol [n -S] GAMBE {gamb=n} [n -S] GAMBS <gamb=n> [n] GAMED <game=v> [v] GAMER a player who relishes competition [n -S] GAMES <game=v> [v] GAMEY {gamy=adj} [adj GAMIER, GAMIEST] GAMIC requiring fertilization [adj] GAMIN an {urchin=n} [n -S] GAMMA a Greek letter [n -S] GAMMY {lame=adj} [adj -MIER, -MIEST] GAMPS <gamp=n> [n] GAMUT an entire range [n -S] GANEF a {thief=n} [n -S] GANEV {ganef=n} [n -S] GANGS <gang=v> [v] GANJA cannabis used for smoking [n -S] GANOF {ganef=n} [n -S] GAOLS <gaol=v> [v] GAPED <gape=v> [v] GAPER one that {gapes=v} [n -S] GAPES <gape=v> [v] GAPPY having openings [adj -PIER, -PIEST] GARBS <garb=v> [v] GARDA a police officer in Ireland [n -DAI] GARNI garnished [adj] GARTH a yard or garden [n -S] GASES <gas=v> [v] GASPS <gasp=v> [v] GASSY containing gas [adj -SIER, -SIEST] : GASSILY [adv] GASTS <gast=v> [v] GATED <gate=v> [v] GATER {gator=n} [n -S] GATES <gate=v> [v] GATOR an {alligator=n} [n -S] GAUDS <gaud=n> [n] GAUDY tastelessly showy [adj GAUDIER, GAUDIEST] : GAUDILY [adv] / a {festival=n} [n -DIES] GAUGE to measure precisely [v GAUGED, GAUGING, GAUGES] GAULT a heavy, thick clay soil [n -S] GAUMS <gaum=v> [v] GAUNT emaciated [adj GAUNTER, GAUNTEST] : GAUNTLY [adv] GAURS <gaur=n> [n] GAUSS a unit of magnetic induction [n -ES] GAUZE a transparent fabric [n -S] GAUZY resembling {gauze=n} [adj GAUZIER, GAUZIEST] : GAUZILY [adv] GAVEL to signal for attention or order by use of a gavel (a small mallet) [v -EL ED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS]

GAVOT a French dance [n -S] GAWKS <gawk=v> [v] GAWKY {awkward=adj} [adj GAWKIER, GAWKIEST] : GAWKILY [adv] / an awkward person [n GAWKIES] GAWPS <gawp=v> [v] GAWSY {gawsie=adj} [adj] GAYAL a domesticated ox [n -S] GAYER <gay=adj> [adj] GAYLY in a gay manner [adv] GAZAR silky sheer fabric [n -S] GAZED <gaze=v> [v] GAZER one that {gazes=v} [n -S] GAZES <gaze=v> [v] GEARS <gear=v> [v] GECKO a small {lizard=n} [n GECKOS or GECKOES] GECKS <geck=v> [v] GEEKS <geek=n> [n] GEEKY socially awkward or unappealing [adj GEEKIER, GEEKIEST] GEESE <goose=n> [n] GEEST old alluvial matter [n -S] GELDS <geld=v> [v] GELEE a cosmetic gel [n -S] GELID {icy=adj} [adj] : GELIDLY [adv] GELTS <gelt=n> [n] GEMMA an asexual reproductive structure [n -MAE] GEMMY resembling a gem [adj -MIER, -MIEST] GEMOT a public meeting in Anglo-Saxon England [n -S] GENES <gene=n> [n] GENET a carnivorous mammal [n -S] GENIC pertaining to {genes=n} [adj] GENIE {jinni=n} [n -S] GENII <genius=n> [n] GENIP a tropical tree [n -S] GENOA a triangular sail [n -S] GENOM {genome=n} [n -S] GENRE a type or kind [n -S] GENRO a group of elder statesmen in Japan [n -ROS] GENTS <gent=n> [n] GENUA <genu=n> [n] GENUS a kind, sort, or class [n GENERA or GENUSES] GEODE a type of rock [n -S] GEOID a hypothetical surface of the earth [n -S] : GEOIDAL [adj] GERAH a Hebrew unit of weight [n -S] GERMS <germ=n> [n] GERMY full of germs [adj GERMIER, GERMIEST] GESSO a plaster mixture [n -SOES] GESTE {gest=n} [n -S] GESTS <gest=n> [n] GETAS <geta=n> [n] GETUP a costume [n -S] GEUMS <geum=n> [n] GHAST {ghastly=adj} [adj] GHATS <ghat=n> [n] GHAUT {ghat=n} [n -S] GHAZI a Muslim war hero [n -S or -ES] GHEES <ghee=n> [n] GHOST to {haunt=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GHOUL a {demon=n} [n -S] : GHOULISH [adj] GHYLL a {ravine=n} [n -S] GIANT a person or thing of great size [n -S]

GIBED GIBER GIBES GIDDY DIED, GIFTS GIGAS GIGHE GIGOT GIGUE GILDS GILLS GILLY GILTS GIMEL GIMME GIMPS GIMPY GINKS GINNY GIPON GIPSY GIRDS GIRLS GIRLY GIRNS GIRON GIROS GIRSH GIRTH GIRTS GISMO GISTS GITES GIVEN GIVER GIVES GIZMO GLACE GLADE GLADS GLADY GLAIR GLAMS GLAND GLANS GLARE GLARY GLASS GLAZE GLAZY dv] GLEAM GLEAN GLEBA GLEBE GLEDE GLEDS GLEED GLEEK

<gibe=v> [v] one that {gibes=v} [n -S] <gibe=v> [v] {dizzy=adj} [adj -DIER, -DIEST] : GIDDILY [adv] / to make {giddy=adj} [v -DYING, -DIES] <gift=v> [v] pertaining to variations in plant development [adj] <giga=n> [n] a leg of lamb [n -S] a lively dance [n -S] <gild=v> [v] <gill=v> [v] to transport on a type of wagon [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES] <gilt=n> [n] a Hebrew letter [n -S] something easily won [n -S] <gimp=v> [v] limping [adj GIMPIER, GIMPIEST] <gink=n> [n] affected with gin (a strong liquor) [adj GINNIER, GINNIEST] {jupon=n} [n -S] to {gypsy=v} [v -SIED, -SYING, -SIES] <gird=v> [v] <girl=n> [n] {girlie=n} [n -LIES] <girn=v> [v] {gyron=n} [n -S] <giro=n> [n] {qursh=n} [n -ES] to {encircle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <girt=v> [v] a {gadget=n} [n -MOS] <gist=n> [n] <gite=n> [n] something assigned as a basis for a calculation [n -S] one that {gives=v} [n -S] <give=v> [v] {gismo=n} [n -MOS] to cover with icing [v -CEED, -CEING, -CES] an open space in a forest [n -S] <glad=v> [v] having glades [adj GLADIER, GLADIEST] to coat with egg white [v -ED, -ING, -S] <glam=n> [n] a secreting organ [n -S] the tip of the penis or clitoris [n GLANDES] to shine with a harshly brilliant light [v GLARED, GLARING, GLARES] glaring [adj GLARIER, GLARIEST] to encase in glass (a transparent substance) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] to fit windows with glass panes [v GLAZED, GLAZING, GLAZES] covered with a smooth, glossy coating [adj GLAZIER, GLAZIEST] : GLAZILY [a to shine with a soft radiance [v -ED, -ING, -S] to gather little by little [v -ED, -ING, -S] a spore-bearing mass of some fungi [n -BAE] the soil or earth [n -S] a bird of prey [n -S] <gled=n> [n] a glowing coal [n -S] to {gibe=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S]

GLEES GLEET GLENS GLEYS GLIAL GLIAS GLIDE GLIFF GLIME GLIMS GLINT GLITZ GLOAM GLOAT GLOBE GLOBS GLOGG GLOMS GLOOM GLOPS GLORY GLOSS GLOST GLOUT GLOVE GLOWS GLOZE GLUED GLUER GLUES GLUEY GLUGS GLUME GLUMS GLUON GLUTE GLUTS GLYPH GNARL GNARR GNARS GNASH GNATS GNAWN GNAWS GNOME GOADS GOALS GOATS GOBAN GOBOS GODET GODLY GOERS GOFER GOGOS GOING GOLDS GOLEM GOLFS

<glee=n> [n] to discharge mucus from the urethra [v -ED, -ING, -S] <glen=n> [n] <gley=n> [n] pertaining to the supporting tissue of the central nervous system [adj] <glia=n> [n] to move effortlessly [v GLIDED, GLIDING, GLIDES] a brief moment [n -S] to glance slyly [v GLIMED, GLIMING, GLIMES] <glim=n> [n] to {glitter=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to make flashy in appearance [v -ED, -ING, -ES] {twilight=n} [n -S] to regard with great or excessive satisfaction [v -ED, -ING, -S] to form into a perfectly round body [v GLOBED, GLOBING, GLOBES] <glob=n> [n] an alcoholic beverage [n -S] <glom=v> [v] to become {dark=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <glop=v> [v] to rejoice proudly [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] to make {lustrous=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] pottery that has been coated with a glassy surface [n -S] to {scowl=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to furnish with gloves (hand coverings) [v GLOVED, GLOVING, GLOVES] <glow=v> [v] to explain away [v GLOZED, GLOZING, GLOZES] <glue=v> [v] one that {glues=v} [n -S] <glue=v> [v] resembling glue [adj GLUIER, GLUIEST] : GLUILY [adv] <glug=v> [v] a bract on grassy plants [n -S] <glum=n> [n] a hypothetical massless particle binding quarks together [n -S] a {gluteus=n} [n -S] <glut=v> [v] an ornamental groove [n -S] : GLYPHIC [adj] to twist into a state of deformity [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {gnar=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <gnar=v> [v] to grind the teeth together [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <gnat=n> [n] <gnaw=v> [v] <gnaw=v> [v] a {dwarf=n} [n -S] <goad=v> [v] <goal=v> [v] <goat=n> [n] {gobang=n} [n -S] <gobo=n> [n] insert of cloth in a seam [n -S] {pious=adj} [adj -LIER, -LIEST] : GODLILY [adv] <goer=n> [n] an employee who runs errands [n -S] <gogo=n> [n] an advance toward an objective [n -S] <gold=n> [n] a legendary creature [n -S] <golf=v> [v]

GOLLY used as a mild oath [interj] GOMBO {gumbo=n} [n -BOS] GOMER an undesirable hospital patient [n -S] GONAD a sex gland [n -S] : GONADAL, GONADIAL, GONADIC [adj] GONEF {ganef=n} [n -S] GONER one who is in a hopeless situation [n -S] GONGS <gong=v> [v] GONIA <gonium=n> [n] GONIF {ganef=n} [n -S] GONOF {ganef=n} [n -S] GONZO bizarre [adj] GOODS <good=n> [n] GOODY a desirable food [n GOODIES] GOOEY sticky or viscid [adj GOOIER, GOOIEST] GOOFS <goof=v> [v] GOOFY {silly=adj} [adj GOOFIER, GOOFIEST] : GOOFILY [adv] GOOKS <gook=n> [n] GOOKY <gook=n> [adj] GOONS <goon=n> [n] GOONY {gooney=n} [n -NIES] / {stupid=adj} [adj GOONIER, GOONIEST] GOOPS <goop=n> [n] GOOPY sticky, gooey [adj GOOPIER, GOOPIEST] GOOSE a swimming bird [n GEESE] / to poke between the buttocks [v GOOSED, GOOSIN G, GOOSES] GOOSY resembling a {goose=n} [adj GOOSIER, GOOSIEST] GOPIK a monetary unit of Azerbaijan [n GOPIK] GORAL a goat antelope [n -S] GORED <gore=v> [v] GORES <gore=v> [v] GORGE to stuff with food [v GORGED, GORGING, GORGES] : GORGEDLY [adv] GORMS <gorm=v> [v] GORPS <gorp=n> [n] GORSE {furze=n} [n -S] GORSY abounding in {gorse=n} [adj GORSIER, GORSIEST] GOTHS <goth=n> [n] GOUGE to cut or scoop out [v GOUGED, GOUGING, GOUGES] GOURD a hard-shelled fruit [n -S] GOUTS <gout=n> [n] GOUTY affected with gout [adj GOUTIER, GOUTIEST] : GOUTILY [adv] GOWAN a {daisy=n} [n -S] : GOWANED, GOWANY [adj] GOWDS <gowd=n> [n] GOWKS <gowk=n> [n] GOWNS <gown=v> [v] GOXES <gox=n> [n] GRAAL {grail=n} [n -S] GRABS <grab=v> [v] GRACE to give beauty to [v GRACED, GRACING, GRACES] GRADE to arrange in steps or degrees [v GRADED, GRADING, GRADES] : GRADABLE [adj ] GRADS <grad=n> [n] GRAFT to unite with a growing plant by insertion [v -ED, -ING, -S] GRAIL the object of a long quest [n -S] GRAIN to form into small particles [v -ED, -ING, -S] GRAMA a pasture grass [n -S] GRAMP grandfather [n -S] GRAMS <gram=n> [n] GRANA <granum=n> [n] GRAND large and impressive [adj GRANDER, GRANDEST] / a type of {piano=n} [n -S] GRANS <gran=n> [n] GRANT to bestow upon [v -ED, -ING, -S]

GRAPE an edible berry [n -S] GRAPH to represent by means of a diagram [v -ED, -ING, -S] GRAPY resembling {grapes=n} [adj GRAPIER, GRAPIEST] GRASP to seize firmly with the hand [v -ED, -ING, -S] GRASS to cover with grass (herbaceous plants) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] GRATE to reduce to shreds by rubbing [v GRATED, GRATING, GRATES] GRAVE extremely serious [adj GRAVER, GRAVEST] / to {engrave=v} [v GRAVED, GRAVEN , GRAVING, GRAVES] GRAVY a sauce of the fat and juices from cooked meat [n -VIES] GRAYS <gray=v> [v] GRAZE to feed on growing grass [v GRAZED, GRAZING, GRAZES] : GRAZABLE [adj] GREAT {large=adj} [adj GREATER, GREATEST] / a distinguished or outstanding perso n [n -S] GREBE a diving bird [n -S] GREED excessive desire for gain or wealth [n -S] GREEK something unintelligible [n GREEK] GREEN of the color of growing foliage [adj GREENER, GREENEST] / to become {green =adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GREES <gree=v> [v] GREET to address in a friendly and courteous way [v -ED, -ING, -S] / to {weep=v} [v GRAT, GRUTTEN, GREETING, GREETS] GREGO a hooded coat [n -GOS] GREYS <grey=v> [v] GRIDE to scrape harshly [v GRIDED, GRIDING, GRIDES] GRIDS <grid=n> [n] GRIEF intense mental distress [n -S] GRIFF {griffe=n} [n -S] GRIFT to {swindle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GRIGS <grig=n> [n] GRILL to broil on a gridiron [v -ED, -ING, -S] GRIME to make {dirty=adj} [v GRIMED, GRIMING, GRIMES] GRIMY {dirty=adj} [adj GRIMIER, GRIMIEST] GRIND to wear, smooth, or sharpen by friction [v GROUND or GRINDED, GRINDING, GR INDS] GRINS <grin=v> [v] GRIOT a tribal entertainer in West Africa [n -S] GRIPE to {grasp=v} [v GRIPED, GRIPING, GRIPES] GRIPS <grip=v> [v] GRIPT <grip=v> [v] GRIPY causing sharp pains in the bowels [adj GRIPIER, GRIPIEST] GRIST grain for grinding [n -S] GRITH sanctuary for a limited period of time [n -S] GRITS <grit=v> [v] GROAN to utter a low, mournful sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] GROAT an old English coin [n -S] GRODY {sleazy=adj} [adj GRODIER, GRODIEST] GROGS <grog=n> [n] GROIN to build with intersecting arches [v -ED, -ING, -S] GROKS <grok=v> [v] GROOM to clean and care for [v -ED, -ING, -S] GROPE to feel about with the hands [v GROPED, GROPING, GROPES] GROSS {flagrant=adj} [adj GROSSER, GROSSEST] / to earn exclusive of deductions [ v -ED, -ING, -ES] GROSZ a Polish coin [n GROSZY] GROTS <grot=n> [n] GROUP to arrange in a group (an assemblage of persons or things) [v -ED, -ING, S] GROUT to fill with a thin mortar [v -ED, -ING, -S] GROVE a small forested area [n -S] : GROVED [adj] GROWL to utter a deep, harsh sound [v -ED, -ING, -S]

GROWN {mature=adj} [adj] GROWS <grow=v> [v] GRUBS <grub=v> [v] GRUEL to disable by hard work [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS] GRUES <grue=n> [n] GRUFF low and harsh in speech [adj GRUFFER, GRUFFEST] / to utter in a gruff voic e [v -ED, -ING, -S] GRUME a thick, viscid substance [n -S] GRUMP to {complain=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GRUNT to utter a deep, guttural sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] GUACO a tropical plant [n -COS] GUANO the accumulated excrement of sea birds [n -NOS] GUANS <guan=n> [n] GUARD to {protect=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GUARS <guar=n> [n] GUAVA a tropical shrub [n -S] GUCKS <guck=n> [n] GUDES <gude=n> [n] GUESS to form an opinion from little or no evidence [v -ED, -ING, -ES] GUEST to appear as a visitor [v -ED, -ING, -S] GUFFS <guff=n> [n] GUIDE to show the way to [v GUIDED, GUIDING, GUIDES] : GUIDABLE [adj] GUIDS <guid=n> [n] GUILD an association of people of the same trade [n -S] GUILE to {beguile=v} [v GUILED, GUILING, GUILES] GUILT the fact of having committed an offense [n -S] GUIRO a percussion instrument [n -ROS] GUISE to {disguise=v} [v GUISED, GUISING, GUISES] GULAG a forced-labor camp [n -S] GULAR of or pertaining to the throat [adj] GULCH a deep, narrow ravine [n -ES] GULES the color red [n GULES] GULFS <gulf=v> [v] GULFY full of whirlpools [adj GULFIER, GULFIEST] GULLS <gull=v> [v] GULLY to form ravines by the action of water [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES] GULPS <gulp=v> [v] GULPY marked by gulping [adj GULPIER, GULPIEST] GUMBO the okra plant [n -BOS] GUMMA a soft tumor [n -MAS or -MATA] GUMMY resembling gum [adj -MIER, -MIEST] GUNKS <gunk=n> [n] GUNKY filthy, sticky, or greasy [adj GUNKIER, GUNKIEST] GUNNY a coarse fabric [n -NIES] GUPPY a small, tropical fish [n -PIES] GURGE to {swirl=v} [v GURGED, GURGING, GURGES] GURRY fish offal [n -RIES] GURSH {qursh=n} [n -ES] GURUS <guru=n> [n] GUSHY overly sentimental [adj GUSHIER, GUSHIEST] : GUSHILY [adv] GUSSY to dress up in fine or showy clothes [v -SIED, -SYING, -SIES] GUSTO vigorous enjoyment [n -TOES] GUSTS <gust=v> [v] GUSTY blowing in gusts [adj GUSTIER, GUSTIEST] GUTSY {brave=adj} [adj GUTSIER, GUTSIEST] GUTTA a drop of liquid [n -TAE] GUTTY marked by courage [adj -TIER, -TIEST] GUYED <guy=v> [v] GUYOT a flat-topped seamount [n -S] GWINE <go=v> [v]

GYBED GYBES GYOZA GYPSY GYRAL GYRED GYRES GYRON GYROS GYRUS GYVED GYVES HAAFS HAARS HABIT HABUS HACEK HACKS HADAL HADED HADES HADJI HADST HAEMS HAETS HAFIZ HAFTS HAHAS HAIKA HAIKS HAIKU HAILS HAINT HAIRS HAIRY HAJES HAJIS HAJJI HAKES HAKIM HAKUS HALAL HALED HALER HALES HALID HALLO HALLS HALMA HALMS HALON HALOS HALTS HALVA HALVE HAMAL HAMES HAMMY HAMZA HANCE

<gybe=v> [v] <gybe=v> [v] a stuffed and fried pocket of dough [n -S] to live like a gypsy (a wanderer) [v -SIED, -SYING, -SIES] {gyratory=adj} [adj] : GYRALLY [adv] <gyre=v> [v] <gyre=v> [v] a heraldic design [n -S] <gyro=n> [n] a ridge in the brain [n -RI] <gyve=v> [v] <gyve=v> [v] <haaf=n> [n] <haar=n> [n] to clothe or dress [v -ED, -ING, -S] <habu=n> [n] a mark placed over a letter to modify it [n -S] <hack=v> [v] pertaining to deep parts of the ocean [adj] <hade=v> [v] <hade=v> [v] one who has made a hadj [n -S] <have=v> [v] <haem=n> [n] <haet=n> [n] a Muslim who knows the Koran by heart [n -ES] <haft=v> [v] <haha=n> [n] <haik=n> [n] <haik=n> [n] a Japanese poem [n -S] <hail=v> [v] a ghost [n -S] <hair=n> [n] covered with hair [adj HAIRIER, HAIRIEST] <haj=n> [n] <haji=n> [n] {hadji=n} [n -S] <hake=n> [n] a Muslim physician [n -S] <haku=n> [n] meat prepared in accordance with Islamic law [n -S] <hale=v> [v] a coin of the Czech Republic [n -LERS or -LERU] <hale=v> [v] {halide=n} [n -S] to {shout=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S or -ES] <hall=n> [n] a board game [n -S] <halm=n> [n] a compound of carbon and bromine [n -S] <halo=v> [v] <halt=v> [v] {halvah=n} [n -S] to divide into two equal parts [v HALVED, HALVING, HALVES] a porter in eastern countries [n -S] <hame=n> [n] overly theatrical [adj -MIER, -MIEST] an Arabic diacritical mark [n -S] a side of an arch [n -S]

HANDS HANDY HANGS HANKS HANKY HANSA HANSE HANTS HAPAX HAPLY HAPPY HARDS HARDY HARED HAREM HARES HARKS HARLS HARMS HARPS HARPY HARRY HARSH HARTS HASPS HASTE HASTY HATCH HATED HATER HATES HAUGH HAULM HAULS HAUNT HAUTE HAVEN HAVER HAVES HAVOC HAWED HAWKS HAWSE HAYED HAYER HAYEY HAZAN HAZED HAZEL HAZER HAZES HEADS HEADY HEALS HEAPS HEAPY HEARD HEARS HEART HEATH

<hand=v> [v] convenient for handling [adj HANDIER, HANDIEST] <hang=v> [v] <hank=v> [v] a {handkerchief=n} [n -KIES] {hanse=n} [n -S] a guild of merchants [n -S] <hant=v> [v] a word that occurs only once [n -ES] by chance [adv] marked by joy [adj -PIER, -PIEST] : HAPPILY [adv] the coarse refuse of flax [n] very sturdy [adj -DIER, -DIEST] / a blacksmith's chisel [n -DIES] <hare=v> [v] the section of a Muslim household reserved for women [n -S] <hare=v> [v] <hark=v> [v] <harl=n> [n] <harm=v> [v] <harp=v> [v] a shrewish person [n -PIES] to {pillage=v} [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] {severe=adj} [adj HARSHER, HARSHEST] : HARSHLY [adv] <hart=n> [n] <hasp=v> [v] to {hasten=v} [v HASTED, HASTING, HASTES] {speedy=adj} [adj HASTIER, HASTIEST] : HASTILY [adv] to bring forth young from an egg [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <hate=v> [v] one that {hates=v} [n -S] <hate=v> [v] a low-lying meadow [n -S] a plant stem [n -S] <haul=v> [v] to visit frequently [v -ED, -ING, -S] high-class [adj] to {shelter=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to hem and haw [v -ED, -ING, -S] <have=n> [n] to {destroy=v} [v -OCKED, -OCKING, -OCS] <haw=v> [v] <hawk=v> [v] a part of a ship's bow [n -S] <hay=v> [v] one that {hays=v} [n -S] resembling hay [adj] a {cantor=n} [n HAZANIM or HAZANS] <haze=v> [v] a {shrub=n} [n -S] one that {hazes=v} [n -S] <haze=v> [v] <head=v> [v] intoxicating [adj HEADIER, HEADIEST] <heal=v> [v] <heap=v> [v] resembling a heap (a group of things piled one on another) [adj] <hear=v> [v] <hear=v> [v] to {hearten=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] an evergreen shrub [n -S]

HEATS <heat=v> [v] HEAVE to lift forcefully [v HEAVED, HOVE, HEAVING, HEAVES] HEAVY having much weight [adj HEAVIER, HEAVIEST] : HEAVILY [adv] / a {villain=n} [n HEAVIES] HECKS <heck=n> [n] HEDER a Jewish school [n HEDERS or HADARIM] HEDGE to surround with a hedge (a dense row of shrubs) [v HEDGED, HEDGING, HEDGE S] HEDGY abounding in hedges [adj HEDGIER, HEDGIEST] HEEDS <heed=v> [v] HEELS <heel=v> [v] HEEZE to {hoist=v} [v HEEZED, HEEZING, HEEZES] HEFTS <heft=v> [v] HEFTY {heavy=adj} [adj HEFTIER, HEFTIEST] : HEFTILY [adv] HEIGH used to attract attention [interj] HEILS <heil=v> [v] HEIRS <heir=v> [v] HEIST to {steal=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HELIO a signaling mirror [n -LIOS] HELIX something spiral in form [n -LIXES or -LICES] HELLO to {greet=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES or -S] HELLS <hell=v> [v] HELMS <helm=v> [v] HELOS <helo=n> [n] HELOT a slave or serf [n -S] HELPS <help=v> [v] HELVE to provide with a handle [v HELVED, HELVING, HELVES] HEMAL pertaining to the blood [adj] HEMES <heme=n> [n] HEMIC {hemal=adj} [adj] HEMIN a chloride of heme [n -S] HEMPS <hemp=n> [n] HEMPY {mischievous=adj} [adj HEMPIER, HEMPIEST] HENCE {consequently=adv} [adv] HENGE a circular Bronze Age structure in England [n -S] HENNA to dye with a reddish coloring [v -ED, -ING, -S] HENRY a unit of inductance [n -RIES or -RYS] HENTS <hent=v> [v] HERBS <herb=n> [n] HERBY abounding in {herbs=n} [adj HERBIER, HERBIEST] HERDS <herd=v> [v] HERES an heir [n HEREDES] HERLS <herl=n> [n] HERMA a {herm=n} [n -MAE or -MAI] : HERMAEAN [adj] HERMS <herm=n> [n] HERNS <hern=n> [n] HERON a wading bird [n -S] HEROS <hero=n> [n] HERRY to {harry=v} [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] HERTZ a unit of frequency [n -ES] HESTS <hest=n> [n] HETHS <heth=n> [n] HEUCH {heugh=n} [n -S] HEUGH a steep cliff [n -S] HEWED <hew=v> [v] HEWER one that {hews=v} [n -S] HEXAD a group of six [n -S] : HEXADIC [adj] HEXED <hex=v> [v] HEXER one that {hexes=v} [n -S] HEXES <hex=v> [v]

HEXYL a hydrocarbon radical [n -S] : HEXYLIC [adj] HICKS <hick=n> [n] HIDED <hide=v> [v] HIDER one that {hides=v} [n -S] HIDES <hide=v> [v] HIGHS <high=n> [n] HIGHT to {command=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HIJAB a head covering worn by Muslim women [n -S] HIJRA {hegira=n} [n -S] HIKED <hike=v> [v] HIKER one that {hikes=v} [n -S] HIKES <hike=v> [v] HILAR pertaining to a {hilum=n} [adj] HILLO to {hallo=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S or -ES] HILLS <hill=v> [v] HILLY abounding in hills [adj HILLIER, HILLIEST] HILTS <hilt=v> [v] HILUM a small opening in a bodily organ [n HILA] HILUS {hilum=n} [n HILI] HINDS <hind=n> [n] HINGE to attach a jointed device [v HINGED, HINGING, HINGES] HINKY {suspicious=adj} [adj HINKIER, HINKIEST] HINNY to {whinny=v} [v -NIED, -NYING, -NIES] HINTS <hint=v> [v] HIPLY in a hip manner [adv] HIPPO a {hippopotamus=n} [n -POS] HIPPY having big hips [adj -PIER, -PIEST] HIRED <hire=v> [v] HIREE one that is hired [n -S] HIRER one that {hires=v} [n -S] HIRES <hire=v> [v] HISSY a {tantrum=n} [n HISSIES] / characterized by a hissing sound [adj HISSIER, HISSIEST] HISTS <hist=v> [v] HITCH to fasten with a knot or hook [v -ED, -ING, -ES] HIVED <hive=v> [v] HIVES <hive=v> [v] HOAGY {hoagie=n} [n -GIES] HOARD to gather and store away [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOARS <hoar=n> [n] HOARY white with age [adj HOARIER, HOARIEST] HOBBY a recreational pastime [n -BIES] HOBOS <hobo=v> [v] HOCKS <hock=v> [v] HOCUS to deceive or cheat [v -CUSED, -CUSING, -CUSES or -CUSSED, -CUSSING, -CUSS ES] HODAD a nonsurfer [n -S] HOERS <hoer=n> [n] HOGAN a Navaho Indian dwelling [n -S] HOGGS <hogg=n> [n] HOICK to change directions abruptly [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOISE to {hoist=v} [v HOISED, HOISING, HOISES] HOIST to haul up by some mechanical means [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOKED <hoke=v> [v] HOKES <hoke=v> [v] HOKEY false; contrived [adj HOKIER, HOKIEST] : HOKILY [adv] HOKKU {haiku=n} [n HOKKU] HOKUM {nonsense=n} [n -S] HOLDS <hold=v> [v] HOLED <hole=v> [v]

HOLES <hole=v> [v] HOLEY full of holes [adj] HOLKS <holk=v> [v] HOLLA to {hallo=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOLLO to {hallo=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S or -ES] HOLLY a tree [n -LIES] HOLMS <holm=n> [n] HOLTS <holt=n> [n] HOMED <home=v> [v] HOMER to hit a home run [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOMES <home=v> [v] HOMEY {homelike=adj} [adj HOMIER, HOMIEST] / a person from one's own neighborhoo d [n HOMEYS] HOMIE {homey=n} [n -S] HOMOS <homo=n> [n] HONAN a fine silk [n -S] HONDA a part of a lariat [n -S] HONED <hone=v> [v] HONER one that {hones=v} [n -S] HONES <hone=v> [v] HONEY to sweeten with honey (a sweet, viscid fluid) [v HONEYED or HONIED, HONEYI NG, HONEYS] HONGI to greet another by pressing noses together [v -GIED, -GIING, -GIES] HONGS <hong=n> [n] HONKS <honk=v> [v] HONOR to treat with respect [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOOCH cheap whiskey [n -ES] HOODS <hood=v> [v] HOODY resembling a {hoodlum=n} [adj HOODIER, HOODIEST] HOOEY something false or nonsensical [n -EYS] HOOFS <hoof=n> [n] HOOKA {hookah=n} [n -S] HOOKS <hook=v> [v] HOOKY full of hooks [adj HOOKIER, HOOKIEST] / {truancy=n} [n HOOKIES] HOOLY {hoolie=adj} [adj] HOOPS <hoop=v> [v] HOOTS <hoot=v> [v] HOOTY sounding like the cry of an owl [adj HOOTIER, HOOTIEST] HOPED <hope=v> [v] HOPER one that {hopes=v} [n -S] HOPES <hope=v> [v] HOPPY having the taste of hops (catkins of a particular vine) [adj -PIER, -PIEST ] HORAH {hora=n} [n -S] HORAL hourly [adj] HORAS <hora=n> [n] HORDE to gather in a large group [v HORDED, HORDING, HORDES] HORNS <horn=v> [v] HORNY hornlike in hardness [adj HORNIER, HORNIEST] HORSE to provide with a horse (a large, hoofed mammal) [v HORSED, HORSING, HORSE S] HORST a portion of the earth's crust [n -S] HORSY resembling a horse [adj HORSIER, HORSIEST] HOSED <hose=v> [v] HOSEL a part of a golf club [n -S] HOSEN <hose=n> [n] HOSER an uncouth man [n -S] HOSES <hose=v> [v] HOSEY to choose sides for a children's game [v -SEYED, -SEYING, -SEYS] HOSTA a plantain lily [n -S]

HOSTS <host=v> [v] HOTCH to {wiggle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] HOTEL a public lodging [n -S] HOTLY in a hot manner [adv] HOUND to pursue relentlessly [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOURI a beautiful maiden in Muslim belief [n -S] HOURS <hour=n> [n] HOUSE to lodge in a house (a building in which people live) [v HOUSED, HOUSING, HOUSES] HOVEL to live in a small, miserable dwelling [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, ELLING, -ELS] HOVER to hang suspended in the air [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOWDY to greet with the words "how do you do" [v -DIED, -DYING, -DIES] HOWES <howe=n> [n] HOWFF {howf=n} [n -S] HOWFS <howf=n> [n] HOWKS <howk=v> [v] HOWLS <howl=v> [v] HOYAS <hoya=n> [n] HOYLE a rule book [n -S] HUBBY a husband [n -BIES] HUCKS <huck=n> [n] HUFFS <huff=v> [v] HUFFY easily offended [adj HUFFIER, HUFFIEST] : HUFFILY [adv] HUGER <huge=adj> [adj] HULAS <hula=n> [n] HULKS <hulk=v> [v] HULKY {massive=adj} [adj HULKIER, HULKIEST] HULLO to {hallo=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S or -ES] HULLS <hull=v> [v] HUMAN a {person=n} [n -S] HUMIC derived from humus [adj] HUMID having much humidity [adj] HUMOR to {indulge=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HUMPH to utter a grunt [v -ED, -ING, -S] HUMPS <hump=v> [v] HUMPY full of humps [adj HUMPIER, HUMPIEST] HUMUS decomposed organic matter [n -ES] HUNCH to arch forward [v -ED, -ING, -ES] HUNKS <hunk=n> [n] HUNKY muscular and attractive [adj HUNKIER, HUNKIEST] HUNTS <hunt=v> [v] HURDS {hards=n} [n] HURLS <hurl=v> [v] HURLY {commotion=n} [n -LIES] HURRY to move swiftly [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] HURST a small hill [n -S] HURTS <hurt=v> [v] HUSKS <husk=v> [v] HUSKY {hoarse=adj} [adj -KIER, -KIEST] / an Eskimo dog [n -KIES] HUSSY a lewd woman [n -SIES] HUTCH to store away [v -ED, -ING, -ES] HUZZA to {cheer=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HYDRA a freshwater polyp [n -DRAS or -DRAE] HYDRO electricity produced by waterpower [n -DROS] HYENA a wolflike mammal [n -S] : HYENIC, HYENINE, HYENOID [adj] HYING <hie=v> [v] HYLAS <hyla=n> [n] HYMEN a vaginal membrane [n -S] : HYMENAL [adj] HYMNS <hymn=v> [v]

HYOID HYPED HYPER HYPES HYPHA HYPOS HYRAX HYSON IAMBI IAMBS ICHOR ICIER ICILY ICING ICKER ICONS ICTIC ICTUS IDEAL IDEAS IDIOM IDIOT IDLED IDLER IDLES IDOLS IDYLL IDYLS IGGED IGLOO IGLUS IHRAM IKATS IKONS ILEAC ILEAL ILEUM ILEUS ILIAC ILIAD ILIAL ILIUM ILLER IMAGE IMAGO IMAMS IMAUM IMBED IMBUE IMIDE IMIDO IMIDS IMINE IMINO IMMIX IMPED IMPEL IMPIS IMPLY INANE

a bone of the tongue [n -S] : HYOIDAL, HYOIDEAN [adj] <hype=v> [v] one that {hypes=v} [n -S] <hype=v> [v] a threadlike element of a fungus [n -PHAE] : HYPHAL [adj] <hypo=v> [v] a small, harelike mammal [n -RAXES or -RACES] a Chinese tea [n -S] <iambus=n> [n] <iamb=n> [n] a watery discharge from a wound [n -S] : ICHOROUS [adj] <icy=adj> [adj] in an icy manner [adv] a sweet mixture for covering cakes [n -S] a head of grain [n -S] <icon=n> [n] <ictus=n> [adj] a recurring stress or beat in a poetical form [n -ES] : ICTIC [adj] a standard of perfection [n -S] <idea=n> [n] an expression peculiar to a language [n -S] a mentally deficient person [n -S] : IDIOTIC [adj] <idle=v> [v] one that {idles=v} [n -S] <idle=v> [v] <idol=n> [n] {idyl=n} [n -S] : IDYLLIC [adj] <idyl=n> [n] <igg=v> [v] an Eskimo dwelling [n -LOOS] <iglu=n> [n] the garb worn by Muslim pilgrims [n -S] <ikat=n> [n] <ikon=n> [n] pertaining to the ileum [adj] {ileac=adj} [adj] a part of the small intestine [n ILEA] intestinal obstruction [n -ES] pertaining to the ilium [adj] a long poem [n -S] {iliac=adj} [adj] a bone of the pelvis [n ILIA] <ill=adj> [adj] to {imagine=v} [v -AGED, -AGING, -AGES] an adult insect [n -GOES or -GOS] <imam=n> [n] {imam=n} [n -S] to {embed=v} [v -BEDDED, -BEDDING, -BEDS] to make thoroughly wet [v -BUED, -BUING, -BUES] a chemical compound [n -S] : IMIDIC [adj] containing an imide [adj] <imid=n> [n] a chemical compound [n -S] containing an imine [adj] to mix in [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <imp=v> [v] to force into action [v -PELLED, -PELLING, -PELS] <impi=n> [n] to indicate or suggest indirectly [v -PLIED, -PLYING, -PLIES] {nonsensical=adj} [adj INANER, INANEST] : INANELY [adv] / empty space [n -

S] INAPT not apt [adj] : INAPTLY [adv] INARM to encircle with the arms [v -ED, -ING, -S] INBYE {inby=adv} [adv] INCOG a disguised person [n -S] INCUR to bring upon oneself [v -CURRED, -CURRING, -CURS] INCUS a bone in the middle ear [n INCUDES] INDEX a type of reference guide at the end of a book [n INDEXES or INDICES] / to provide with an index [v -ED, -ING, -ES] INDIE a person who is independent [n -S] INDOL {indole=n} [n -S] INDOW to {endow=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] INDRI a short-tailed lemur [n -S] INDUE to {endue=v} [v -DUED, -DUING, -DUES] INEPT not suitable [adj] : INEPTLY [adv] INERT something that lacks active properties [n -S] INFER to reach or derive by reasoning [v -FERRED, -FERRING, -FERS] INFIX to {implant=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] INFOS <info=n> [n] INFRA below [adv] INGLE a fire [n -S] INGOT to shape into a convenient form for storage [v -ED, -ING, -S] INION a part of the skull [n INIONS or INIA] INKED <ink=v> [v] INKER one that {inks=v} [n -S] INKLE a tape used for trimming [n -S] INLAY to set into a surface [v -LAID, -LAYING, -LAYS] INLET to {insert=v} [v -LET, -LETTING, -LETS] INNED <in=v> [v] INNER something that is within [n -S] INPUT to enter data into a computer [v -PUTTED, -PUTTING, -PUTS] INRUN the approach ramp of a ski jump [n -S] INSET to {insert=v} [v -SETTED, -SETTING, -SETS] INTER to {bury=v} [v -TERRED, -TERRING, -TERS] INTIS <inti=n> [n] INTRO an {introduction=n} [n -TROS] INURE to accustom to accept something undesirable [v -URED, -URING, -URES] INURN to put in an urn [v -ED, -ING, -S] INVAR an iron-nickel alloy [n -S] IODIC pertaining to {iodine=n} [adj] IODID {iodide=n} [n -S] IODIN {iodine=n} [n -S] IONIC a style of type [n -S] IOTAS <iota=n> [n] IRADE a decree of a Muslim ruler [n -S] IRATE {angry=adj} [adj IRATER, IRATEST] : IRATELY [adv] IRIDS <irid=n> [n] IRING <ire=v> [v] IRKED <irk=v> [v] IROKO a large African tree [n -KOS] IRONE an aromatic oil [n -S] IRONS <iron=v> [v] IRONY the use of words to express the opposite of what is literally said [n -NIE S] ISBAS <isba=n> [n] ISLED <isle=v> [v] ISLES <isle=v> [v] ISLET a small island [n -S] : ISLETED [adj] ISSEI a Japanese immigrant to the United States [n -S] ISSUE to come forth [v -SUED, -SUING, -SUES]

ISTLE a strong fiber [n -S] ITCHY causing an itching sensation [adj ITCHIER, ITCHIEST] : ITCHILY [adv] ITEMS <item=v> [v] ITHER other [adj] IVIED covered with ivy [adj] IVIES <ivy=n> [n] IVORY a hard white substance found in elephant tusks [n -RIES] IXIAS <ixia=n> [n] IXORA a flowering plant [n -S] IXTLE {istle=n} [n -S] IZARS <izar=n> [n] JABOT a decoration on a shirt [n -S] JACAL a hut [n -ES or -S] JACKS <jack=v> [v] JACKY a {sailor=n} [n JACKIES] JADED <jade=v> [v] JADES <jade=v> [v] JAGER {jaeger=n} [n -S] JAGGS <jagg=v> [v] JAGGY {jagged=adj} [adj -GIER, -GIEST] JAGRA {jaggery=n} [n -S] JAILS <jail=v> [v] JAKES an {outhouse=n} [n] JALAP a Mexican plant [n -S] : JALAPIC [adj] JALOP {jalap=n} [n -S] JAMBE a {jambeau=n} [n -S] JAMBS <jamb=v> [v] JAMMY sticky with jam (boiled fruit and sugar) [adj -MIER, -MIEST] JANES <jane=n> [n] JANTY {jaunty=adj} [adj] JAPAN to coat with a glossy, black lacquer [v -PANNED, -PANNING, -PANS] JAPED <jape=v> [v] JAPER one that {japes=v} [n -S] JAPES <jape=v> [v] JARLS <jarl=n> [n] JATOS <jato=n> [n] JAUKS <jauk=v> [v] JAUNT to make a pleasure trip [v -ED, -ING, -S] JAUPS <jaup=v> [v] JAVAS <java=n> [n] JAWAN a soldier of India [n -S] JAWED <jaw=v> [v] JAZZY {lively=adj} [adj JAZZIER, JAZZIEST] : JAZZILY [adv] JEANS <jean=n> [n] JEBEL a {mountain=n} [n -S] JEEPS <jeep=v> [v] JEERS <jeer=v> [v] JEFES <jefe=n> [n] JEHAD {jihad=n} [n -S] JEHUS <jehu=n> [n] JELLO a gelatin dessert usually with the flavor and color of fruit -- a trademar k [n -S] JELLS <jell=v> [v] JELLY to make into a jelly (a soft, semisolid substance) [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES ] JEMMY to {jimmy=v} [v -MIED, -MYING, -MIES] JENNY a female {donkey=n} [n -NIES] JERID {jereed=n} [n -S] JERKS <jerk=v> [v] JERKY characterized by jerking movements [adj JERKIER, JERKIEST] : JERKILY [adv]

/ dried meat [n -KIES] JERRY a German soldier [n -RIES] JESSE to {jess=v} [v JESSED, JESSING, JESSES] JESTS <jest=v> [v] JETES <jete=n> [n] JETON {jetton=n} [n -S] JETTY having the color jet black [adj -TIER, -TIEST] / to {jut=v} [v -TIED, -TYI NG, -TIES] JEWEL to adorn or equip with jewels (precious stones) [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS] JIBBS <jibb=v> [v] JIBED <jibe=v> [v] JIBER one that {jibes=v} [n -S] JIBES <jibe=v> [v] JIFFS <jiff=n> [n] JIFFY a short time [n -FIES] JIGGY pleasurably excited [adj -GIER, -GIEST] JIHAD a Muslim holy war [n -S] JILLS <jill=n> [n] JILTS <jilt=v> [v] JIMMY to pry open with a crowbar [v -MIED, -MYING, -MIES] JIMPY {jimp=adj} [adj] JINGO a zealous patriot [n -GOES] : JINGOISH [adj] JINKS <jink=v> [v] JINNI {jinn=n} [n -S] JINNS <jinn=n> [n] JIVED <jive=v> [v] JIVER one that {jives=v} [n -S] JIVES <jive=v> [v] JIVEY jazzy, lively [adj JIVIER, JIVIEST] JNANA knowledge acquired through meditation [n -S] JOCKO a monkey [n JOCKOS] JOCKS <jock=n> [n] JOEYS <joey=n> [n] JOHNS <john=n> [n] JOINS <join=v> [v] JOINT to fit together by means of a junction [v -ED, -ING, -S] JOIST to support with horizontal beams [v -ED, -ING, -S] JOKED <joke=v> [v] JOKER one that {jokes=v} [n -S] JOKES <joke=v> [v] JOKEY amusing [adj JOKIER, JOKIEST] : JOKILY [adv] JOLES <jole=n> [n] JOLLY {cheerful=adj} [adj -LIER, -LIEST] : JOLLILY [adv] / to put in a good humo r for one's own purposes [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES] JOLTS <jolt=v> [v] JOLTY marked by a jolting motion [adj JOLTIER, JOLTIEST] : JOLTILY [adv] JOMON pertaining to a Japanese cultural period [adj] JONES to have a strong craving for something [v -ED, -ING, -ES] JORAM {jorum=n} [n -S] JORUM a large drinking bowl [n -S] JOTAS <jota=n> [n] JOTTY written down quickly [adj] JOUAL a dialect of Canadian French [n -S] JOUKS <jouk=v> [v] JOULE a unit of energy [n -S] JOUST to engage in personal combat [v -ED, -ING, -S] JOWAR a durra grown in India [n -S] JOWED <jow=v> [v] JOWLS <jowl=n> [n]

JOWLY having prominent jowls [adj JOWLIER, JOWLIEST] JOYED <joy=v> [v] JUBAS <juba=n> [n] JUBES <jube=n> [n] JUCOS <juco=n> [n] JUDAS a {peephole=n} [n -ES] JUDGE to decide on critically [v JUDGED, JUDGING, JUDGES] JUDOS <judo=n> [n] JUGAL pertaining to the cheek or cheekbone [adj] JUGUM a pair of the opposite leaflets of a pinnate leaf [n -GA or -GUMS] JUICE to extract the juice (the liquid part of a fruit or vegetable) from [v JUI CED, JUICING, JUICES] JUICY full of juice [adj JUICIER, JUICIEST] : JUICILY [adv] JUJUS <juju=n> [n] JUKED <juke=v> [v] JUKES <juke=v> [v] JUKUS <juku=n> [n] JULEP a sweet drink [n -S] JUMBO a very large specimen of its kind [n -BOS] JUMPS <jump=v> [v] JUMPY {nervous=adj} [adj JUMPIER, JUMPIEST] : JUMPILY [adv] JUNCO a small {finch=n} [n -COS or -COES] JUNKS <junk=v> [v] JUNKY {worthless=adj} [adj JUNKIER, JUNKIEST] JUNTA a political or governmental council [n -S] JUNTO a political faction [n -TOS] JUPES <jupe=n> [n] JUPON a {tunic=n} [n -S] JURAL pertaining to law [adj] : JURALLY [adv] JURAT a statement on an affidavit [n -S] JUREL a food fish [n -S] JUROR a member of a jury [n -S] JUSTS <just=v> [v] JUTES <jute=n> [n] JUTTY to {jut=v} [v -TIED, -TYING, -TIES] KABAB {kabob=n} [n -S] KABAR {caber=n} [n -S] KABOB cubes of meat cooked on a skewer [n -S] KADIS <kadi=n> [n] KAFIR a cereal grass [n -S] KAGUS <kagu=n> [n] KAIAK kayak [n -S] KAIFS <kaif=n> [n] KAILS <kail=n> [n] KAINS <kain=n> [n] KAKAS <kaka=n> [n] KAKIS <kaki=n> [n] KALAM a type of Muslim theology [n -S] KALES <kale=n> [n] KALIF {caliph=n} [n -S] KALPA a period of time in Hindu religion [n -S] KAMES <kame=n> [n] KAMIK a type of boot [n -S] KANAS <kana=n> [n] KANES <kane=n> [n] KANJI a system of Japanese writing [n -S] KANZU a long white garment worn in Africa [n -S] KAONS <kaon=n> [n] KAPAS <kapa=n> [n] KAPHS <kaph=n> [n]

KAPOK KAPPA KAPUT KARAT KARMA KARNS KAROO KARST KARTS KASHA KATAS KAURI KAURY KAVAS KAYAK KAYOS KAZOO KBARS KEBAB KEBAR KEBOB KECKS KEDGE KEEFS KEEKS KEELS KEENS KEEPS KEETS KEEVE KEFIR KEIRS KELEP KELIM KELLY KELPS KELPY KELTS KEMPS KEMPT KENAF KENCH KENDO KENOS KENTE KEPIS KERBS KERFS KERNE KERNS KERRY KETCH KETOL KEVEL KEVIL KEXES KEYED KHADI KHAFS KHAKI

a mass of silky fibers [n -S] a Greek letter [n -S] ruined [adj] a unit of quality for gold [n -S] the force generated by a person's actions [n -S] : KARMIC [adj] <karn=n> [n] {karroo=n} [n KAROOS] a limestone region [n -S] : KARSTIC [adj] <kart=n> [n] a cooked cereal [n -S] <kata=n> [n] a timber tree [n -S] {kauri=n} [n -RIES] <kava=n> [n] to travel in a kayak (an Eskimo canoe) [v -ED, -ING, -S] <kayo=v> [v] a toy musical instrument [n -ZOOS] <kbar=n> [n] {kabob=n} [n -S] {caber=n} [n -S] {kabob=n} [n -S] <keck=v> [v] to move a vessel with the use of an anchor [v KEDGED, KEDGING, KEDGES] <keef=n> [n] <keek=v> [v] <keel=v> [v] <keen=v> [v] <keep=v> [v] <keet=n> [n] a tub or vat [n -S] a fermented beverage made from cow's milk [n -S] <keir=n> [n] a stinging ant [n -S] {kilim=n} [n -S] a bright green color [n -LIES] <kelp=v> [v] {kelpie=n} [n -PIES] <kelt=n> [n] <kemp=n> [n] neatly kept [adj] an East Indian plant [n -S] a bin for salting fish [n -ES] a Japanese sport [n -DOS] <keno=n> [n] a colorful fabric made in Ghana [n -S] <kepi=n> [n] <kerb=v> [v] <kerf=v> [v] a medieval foot soldier [n -S] <kern=v> [v] one of an Irish breed of cattle [n -RIES] a sailing vessel [n -ES] a chemical compound [n -S] a belaying cleat or peg [n -S] {kevel=n} [n -S] <kex=n> [n] <key=v> [v] {khaddar=n} [n -S] <khaf=n> [n] a durable cloth [n -S]

KHANS KHAPH KHATS KHEDA KHETH KHETS KHOUM KIANG KIBBE KIBBI KIBEI -S] KIBES KIBLA KICKS KICKY KIDDO KIDDY KIEFS KIERS KILIM KILLS KILNS KILOS KILTS KILTY KINAS KINDS KINES KINGS KININ KINKS KINKY KINOS KIOSK KIRKS KIRNS KISSY KISTS KITED KITER KITES KITHE KITHS KITTY KIVAS KIWIS KLICK KLIKS KLONG KLOOF KLUGE KLUTZ KNACK KNAPS KNARS KNAUR KNAVE KNAWE KNEAD

<khan=n> [n] {kaph=n} [n -S] <khat=n> [n] {keddah=n} [n -S] {heth=n} [n -S] <khet=n> [n] a monetary unit of Mauritania [n -S] a wild ass [n -S] a Near Eastern dish of ground lamb and bulgur [n -S] {kibbe=n} [n -S] one born in America of immigrant Japanese parents and educated in Japan [n <kibe=n> [n] {kiblah=n} [n -S] <kick=v> [v] exciting [adj KICKIER, KICKIEST] used as a form of familiar address [n -DOS or -DOES] {kiddie=n} [n -DIES] <kief=n> [n] <kier=n> [n] an oriental tapestry [n -S] <kill=v> [v] <kiln=v> [v] <kilo=n> [n] <kilt=v> [v] {kiltie=n} [n KILTIES] <kina=n> [n] <kind=n> [n] <kine=n> [n] <king=v> [v] a {hormone=n} [n -S] <kink=v> [v] tightly curled [adj KINKIER, KINKIEST] : KINKILY [adv] <kino=n> [n] an open booth [n -S] <kirk=n> [n] <kirn=v> [v] inclined to kiss [adj] <kist=n> [n] <kite=v> [v] one that {kites=v} [n -S] <kite=v> [v] to make known [v KITHED, KITHING, KITHES] <kith=n> [n] a kitten or cat [n -TIES] <kiva=n> [n] <kiwi=n> [n] a {kilometer=n} [n -S] <klik=n> [n] a canal [n -S] a {ravine=n} [n -S] to {kludge=v} [v KLUGED, KLUGING, KLUGES] a clumsy person [n -ES] to strike sharply [v -ED, -ING, -S] <knap=v> [v] <knar=n> [n] {knar=n} [n -S] a dishonest person [n -S] : KNAVISH [adj] {knawel=n} [n -S] to work into a uniform mixture with the hands [v -ED, -ING, -S]

KNEED <knee=v> [v] KNEEL to rest on the knees [v KNELT, KNEELED, KNEELING, KNEELS] KNEES <knee=v> [v] KNELL to sound a bell [v -ED, -ING, -S] KNELT <kneel=v> [v] KNIFE a sharp-edged instrument used for cutting [n KNIVES] / to cut with a knife [v KNIFED, KNIFING, KNIFES] KNISH dough stuffed with filling and fried [n -ES] KNITS <knit=v> [v] KNOBS <knob=n> [n] KNOCK to strike sharply [v -ED, -ING, -S] KNOLL to {knell=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] KNOPS <knop=n> [n] KNOSP a {knob=n} [n -S] KNOTS <knot=v> [v] KNOUT to flog with a leather whip [v -ED, -ING, -S] KNOWN a mathematical quantity whose value is given [n -S] KNOWS <know=v> [v] KNURL to make grooves or ridges in [v -ED, -ING, -S] KNURS <knur=n> [n] KOALA an Australian mammal [n -S] KOANS <koan=n> [n] KOBOS <kobo=n> [n] KOELS <koel=n> [n] KOHLS <kohl=n> [n] KOINE a type of {dialect=n} [n -S] KOJIS <koji=n> [n] KOLAS <kola=n> [n] KOLOS <kolo=n> [n] KOMBU kelp used in Japanese cooking [n -S] KONKS <konk=v> [v] KOOKS <kook=n> [n] KOOKY eccentric [adj KOOKIER, KOOKIEST] KOPEK {kopeck=n} [n -S] KOPHS <koph=n> [n] KOPJE a small hill [n -S] KOPPA a Greek letter [n -S] KORAI <kore=n> [n] KORAS <kora=n> [n] KORAT a cat having a silver-blue coat [n -S] KORMA an Indian dish of meat or vegetables with spices [n -S] KORUN <koruna=n> [n] KOTOS <koto=n> [n] KOTOW to {kowtow=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] KRAAL to pen in a type of enclosure [v -ED, -ING, -S] KRAFT a strong paper [n -S] KRAIT a venomous snake [n -S] KRAUT {sauerkraut=n} [n -S] KREEP a basaltic lunar rock [n -S] KREWE a private group participating in the New Orleans Mardi Gras [n -S] KRILL an aggregate of small marine crustaceans [n -S] KRONA a monetary unit of Sweden [n KRONOR] / a monetary unit of Iceland [n KRONU R] KRONE a former monetary unit of Austria [n KRONEN] / a monetary unit of Denmark [n KRONER] KROON a former monetary unit of Estonia [n KROONS or KROONI] KRUBI a tropical plant [n -S] KUDOS <kudo=n> [n] KUDUS <kudu=n> [n] KUDZU an Asian vine [n -S]

KUFIS KUGEL KUKRI KULAK KUMYS KURTA KURUS KUSSO KVASS KVELL KYACK KYAKS KYARS KYATS KYLIX KYRIE KYTES KYTHE LAARI LABEL BELS] LABIA LABOR LABRA LACED LACER LACES LACEY LACKS LADED LADEN LADER LADES LADLE LAEVO LAGAN LAGER LAHAR LAICH LAICS LAIGH LAIRD LAIRS LAITH LAITY LAKED LAKER LAKES LAKHS LALLS LAMAS LAMBS LAMBY LAMED LAMER LAMES LAMIA LAMPS LANAI LANCE

<kufi=n> [n] a baked pudding of potatoes or noodles [n -S] a long, curved knife of Nepal [n -S] a rich Russian peasant [n -LAKS or -LAKI] {koumiss=n} [n -ES] a shirt worn in India [n -S] <kuru=n> [n] {cusso=n} [n -SOS] a Russian beer [n -ES] to exclaim joyfully [v -ED, -ING, -S] a {packsack=n} [n -S] <kyak=n> [n] <kyar=n> [n] <kyat=n> [n] a drinking vessel [n -LIKES] a religious petition for mercy [n -S] <kyte=n> [n] to {kithe=v} [v KYTHED, KYTHING, KYTHES] a monetary unit of the Maldives [n LAARI] to describe or designate [v -BELED, -BELING, -BELS or -BELLED, -BELLING, <labium=n> [n] to {work=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <labrum=n> [n] <lace=v> [v] one that {laces=v} [n -S] <lace=v> [v] {lacy=adj} [adj LACIER, LACIEST] <lack=v> [v] <lade=v> [v] to {lade=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] one that {lades=v} [n -S] <lade=v> [v] to lift out with a ladle (a type of spoon) [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] {levo=adj} [adj] goods thrown into the sea with a buoy attached to enable recovery [n -S] to {laager=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a flowing mass of volcanic debris [n -S] {laigh=n} [n -S] <laic=n> [n] a {lowland=n} [n -S] the owner of a landed estate [n -S] : LAIRDLY [adj] <lair=v> [v] {loath=adj} [adj] : LAITHLY [adv] the nonclerical membership of a religious faith [n -ITIES] subjected to the process of laking [adj] a lake fish [n -S] <lake=n> [n] <lakh=n> [n] <lall=v> [v] <lama=n> [n] <lamb=v> [v] resembling a lamb [adj LAMBIER, LAMBIEST] a Hebrew letter [n -S] <lame=adj> [adj] <lame=v> [v] a female {demon=n} [n -MIAS or -MIAE] <lamp=v> [v] a {veranda=n} [n -S] to pierce with a lance (a spearlike weapon) [v LANCED, LANCING, LANCES]

LANDS <land=v> [v] LANES <lane=n> [n] LANKY ungracefully tall and thin [adj LANKIER, LANKIEST] : LANKILY [adv] LAPEL an extension of the collar of a garment [n -S] : LAPELED, LAPELLED [adj] LAPIN a rabbit [n -S] LAPIS a mineral [n -PISES] / a stone [n LAPIDES] LAPSE to fall from a previous standard [v LAPSED, LAPSING, LAPSES] : LAPSABLE, L APSIBLE [adj] LARCH a coniferous tree [n -ES] : LARCHEN [adj] LARDS <lard=v> [v] LARDY resembling lard [adj LARDIER, LARDIEST] LAREE {lari=n} [n -S] LARES <lar=n> [n] LARGE of considerable size or quantity [adj LARGER, LARGEST] : LARGELY [adv] / { generosity=n} [n -S] LARGO a slow musical movement [n -GOS] LARIS <lari=n> [n] LARKS <lark=v> [v] LARKY {playful=adj} [adj LARKIER, LARKIEST] LARUM an alarm [n -S] LARVA the immature form of various insects and animals when newly hatched [n -VA E or -VAS] : LARVAL [adj] LASED <lase=v> [v] LASER a device that amplifies light waves [n -S] LASES <lase=v> [v] LASSI a beverage of yogurt, water, and flavorings [n -S] LASSO to catch with a lasso (a long rope with a running noose) [v -ED, -ING, -S or -ES] LASTS <last=v> [v] LATCH to close with a type of fastening device [v -ED, -ING, -ES] LATED {belated=adj} [adj] LATEN to become {late=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] LATER <late=adj> [adj] LATEX a milky liquid of certain plants [n LATICES or LATEXES] LATHE to cut or shape on a type of machine [v LATHED, LATHING, LATHES] LATHI a heavy stick of bamboo and iron in India [n -S] LATHS <lath=v> [v] LATHY long and slender [adj LATHIER, LATHIEST] LATKE a potato pancake [n -S] LATTE espresso coffee with milk [n -S] LAUAN a Philippine timber [n -S] LAUDS <laud=v> [v] LAUGH to express emotion, typically mirth, by a series of inarticulate sounds [v -ED, -ING, -S] LAURA a type of {monastery=n} [n -RAS or -RAE] LAVAS <lava=n> [n] LAVED <lave=v> [v] LAVER a vessel used for ancient Hebrew ceremonial washings [n -S] LAVES <lave=v> [v] LAWED <law=v> [v] LAWNS <lawn=n> [n] LAWNY <lawn=n> [adj] LAXER <lax=adj> [adj] LAXES <lax=n> [n] LAXLY in a lax manner [adv] LAYED <lay=v> [v] LAYER to form a layer (a single thickness, coating, or covering) [v -ED, -ING, S] LAYIN a type of shot in basketball [n -S] LAYUP a shot in basketball [n -S]

LAZAR a beggar afflicted with a loathsome disease [n -S] LAZED <laze=v> [v] LAZES <laze=v> [v] LEACH to subject to the filtering action of a liquid [v -ED, -ING, -ES] LEADS <lead=v> [v] LEADY resembling lead [adj LEADIER, LEADIEST] LEAFS <leaf=v> [v] LEAFY covered with leaves [adj LEAFIER, LEAFIEST] LEAKS <leak=v> [v] LEAKY tending to leak [adj LEAKIER, LEAKIEST] : LEAKILY [adv] LEANS <lean=v> [v] LEANT <lean=v> [v] LEAPS <leap=v> [v] LEAPT <leap=v> [v] LEARN to gain knowledge by experience, instruction, or study [v LEARNED or LEARN T, LEARNING, LEARNS] LEARS <lear=n> [n] LEARY {leery=adj} [adj LEARIER, LEARIEST] LEASE to grant temporary use of in exchange for rent [v LEASED, LEASING, LEASES] : LEASABLE [adj] LEASH to restrain an animal with a line or thong [v -ED, -ING, -ES] LEAST something that is smallest in size or degree [n -S] LEAVE to go away from [v LEFT, LEAVING, LEAVES] LEAVY {leafy=adj} [adj LEAVIER, LEAVIEST] LEBEN a type of liquid food [n -S] LEDGE a narrow, shelflike projection [n -S] LEDGY abounding in {ledges=n} [adj LEDGIER, LEDGIEST] LEECH to cling to and feed upon or drain [v -ED, -ING, -ES] LEEKS <leek=n> [n] LEERS <leer=v> [v] LEERY {suspicious=adj} [adj LEERIER, LEERIEST] : LEERILY [adv] LEETS <leet=n> [n] LEFTS <left=n> [n] LEFTY a left-handed person [n LEFTIES] LEGAL an authorized investment that may be made by investors such as savings ban ks [n -S] LEGER fishing bait made to lie on the bottom [n -S] LEGES <lex=n> [n] LEGGY having long legs [adj -GIER, -GIEST] LEGIT legitimate drama [n -S] LEHRS <lehr=n> [n] LEHUA a tropical tree [n -S] LEMAN a {lover=n} [n -S] LEMMA a type of proposition in logic [n -MAS or -MATA] LEMON a citrus fruit [n -S] : LEMONISH, LEMONY [adj] LEMUR an arboreal mammal related to the monkeys [n -S] LENDS <lend=v> [v] LENES <lenis=n> [n] LENIS a speech sound pronounced with little or no aspiration [n LENES] LENOS <leno=n> [n] LENSE {lens=n} [n -S] LENTO a slow musical movement [n -TOS] LEONE a monetary unit of Sierra Leone [n -S] LEPER one affected with leprosy [n -S] LEPTA <lepton=n> [n] LETCH {lech=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] LETHE {forgetfulness=n} [n -S] : LETHEAN [adj] LETUP a lessening or relaxation [n -S] LEUDS <leud=n> [n] LEVEE to provide with an embankment [v LEVEED, LEVEEING, LEVEES]

LEVEL to make {even=adj} [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS] LEVER to move with a lever (a rigid body used to lift weight) [v -ED, -ING, -S] LEVIN lightning [n -S] LEVIS a popular brand of jeans -- a trademark [n] LEWIS a hoisting device [n -ISES] LEXES <lexis=n> [n] LEXIS the vocabulary of a language, a group, or a subject field [n LEXES] LIANA a tropical vine [n -S] LIANE {liana=n} [n -S] LIANG a Chinese unit of weight [n -S] LIARD a former silver coin of France [n -S] LIARS <liar=n> [n] LIBEL to make or publish a defamatory statement about [v -BELED, -BELING, -BELS or -BELLED, -BELLING, -BELS] LIBER a book of public records [n LIBRI or LIBERS] LIBRA an ancient Roman unit of weight [n -BRAE] / a former gold coin of Peru [n -S] LIBRI <liber=n> [n] LICHI {litchi=n} [n -S] LICHT to {light=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] LICIT {lawful=adj} [adj] : LICITLY [adv] LICKS <lick=v> [v] LIDAR an electronic locating device [n -S] LIDOS <lido=n> [n] LIEGE a feudal lord [n -S] LIENS <lien=n> [n] LIERS <lier=n> [n] LIEUS <lieu=n> [n] LIEVE {gladly=adv} [adv LIEVER, LIEVEST] LIFER a prisoner serving a life sentence [n -S] LIFTS <lift=v> [v] LIGAN {lagan=n} [n -S] LIGER the offspring of a male lion and a female tiger [n -S] LIGHT having little weight [adj LIGHTER, LIGHTEST] / to {illuminate=v} [v LIGHTE D or LIT, LIGHTING, LIGHTS] LIKED <like=v> [v] LIKEN to represent as similar [v -ED, -ING, -S] LIKER one that {likes=v} [n -S] LIKES <like=v> [v] LILAC a flowering shrub [n -S] LILOS <lilo=n> [n] LILTS <lilt=v> [v] LIMAN a {lagoon=n} [n -S] LIMAS <lima=n> [n] LIMBA an African tree [n -S] LIMBI <limbus=n> [n] LIMBO a condition of oblivion or neglect [n -BOS] LIMBS <limb=v> [v] LIMBY having many large branches [adj LIMBIER, LIMBIEST] LIMED <lime=v> [v] LIMEN a sensory threshold [n -MENS or -MINA] LIMES a fortified boundary [n LIMITES] LIMEY a British sailor [n -EYS] LIMIT to {restrict=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] LIMNS <limn=v> [v] LIMOS <limo=n> [n] LIMPA rye bread made with molasses [n -S] LIMPS <limp=v> [v] LINAC a device for imparting high velocities to charged particles [n -S] LINDY a lively dance [n -DIES]

LINED LINEN LINER LINES LINEY LINGA LINGO LINGS LINGY LININ LINKS LINKY LINNS LINOS LINTS LINTY LINUM LIONS LIPID LIPIN LIPPY LIRAS LIROT LISLE LISPS LISTS LITAI LITAS LITER LITHE LITHO LITRE LIVED LIVEN LIVER LIVES LIVID LIVRE LLAMA LLANO LOACH LOADS LOAFS LOAMS LOAMY LOANS LOATH LOBAR LOBBY LOBED LOBES LOBOS LOCAL LOCHS LOCKS LOCOS LOCUM LOCUS LODEN LODES

<line=v> [v] a fabric woven from the fibers of flax [n -S] : LINENY [adj] a commercial ship or airplane [n -S] <line=v> [v] {liny=adj} [adj LINIER, LINIEST] {lingam=n} [n -S] strange or incomprehensible language [n -GOES] <ling=n> [n] covered with heaths [adj LINGIER, LINGIEST] a substance in the nucleus of a cell [n -S] <link=v> [v] full of interlocking rings [adj] <linn=n> [n] <lino=n> [n] <lint=v> [v] covered with lint [adj LINTIER, LINTIEST] a plant of the flax family [n -S] <lion=n> [n] any of a class of fatty substances [n -S] : LIPIDIC [adj] a {lipid=n} [n -S] {impudent=adj} [adj -PIER, -PIEST] <lira=n> [n] <lira=n> [n] a fine, tightly twisted cotton thread [n -S] <lisp=v> [v] <list=v> [v] <litas=n> [n] a former monetary unit of Lithuania [n LITAI or LITU] a unit of capacity [n -S] bending easily [adj LITHER, LITHEST] : LITHELY [adv] to make prints by lithography [v -ED, -ING, -S] {liter=n} [n -S] <live=v> [v] to make {lively=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to thicken or gel [v -ED, -ING, -S] <live=v> [v] having the skin abnormally discolored [adj] : LIVIDLY [adv] a former monetary unit of France [n -S] a ruminant mammal [n -S] an open, grassy plain [n -NOS] a freshwater fish [n -ES] <load=v> [v] <loaf=v> [v] <loam=v> [v] resembling loam [adj LOAMIER, LOAMIEST] <loan=v> [v] {unwilling=adj} [adj] pertaining to a {lobe=n} [adj] to attempt to influence legislators [v -BIED, -BYING, -BIES] <lobe=n> [adj] <lobe=n> [n] <lobo=n> [n] a train or bus making all stops [n -S] <loch=n> [n] <lock=v> [v] <loco=n> [n] a temporary substitute [n -S] a place [n LOCI or LOCA] a thick, woolen fabric [n -S] <lode=n> [n]

LODGE LOESS LOFTS LOFTY LOGAN LOGES LOGGY LOGIA LOGIC LOGIN LOGOI LOGON LOGOS hy [n LOIDS LOINS LOLLS LOLLY LONER LONGE LONGS LOOBY LOOED LOOEY LOOFA LOOFS LOOIE LOOKS LOOMS LOONS LOONY LOOPS LOOPY LOOSE ee [v LOOTS LOPED LOPER LOPES LOPPY LORAL LORAN LORDS LORES LORIS LORRY LOSEL LOSER LOSES LOSSY LOTAH LOTAS LOTIC LOTOS LOTTE LOTTO LOTUS LOUGH LOUIE LOUIS

to furnish with temporary quarters [v LODGED, LODGING, LODGES] a soil deposit [n -ES] : LOESSAL, LOESSIAL [adj] <loft=v> [v] extending high in the air [adj LOFTIER, LOFTIEST] a stone balanced to permit easy movement [n -S] <loge=n> [n] {logy=adj} [adj -GIER, -GIEST] <logion=n> [n] the science of reasoning [n -S] the process of identifying oneself to a computer [n -S] <logos=n> [n] {login=n} [n -S] the rational principle that governs the universe in ancient Greek philosop LOGOI] <loid=v> [v] <loin=n> [n] <loll=v> [v] a {lollipop=n} [n -LIES] one that avoids others [n -S] to guide a horse by means of a long rope [v LONGED, LONGEING, LONGES] <long=v> [v] a large, awkward person [n -BIES] <loo=v> [v] {looie=n} [n -EYS] {loofah=n} [n -S] <loof=n> [n] a lieutenant of the armed forces [n -S] <look=v> [v] <loom=v> [v] <loon=n> [n] {crazy=adj} [adj -NIER, -NIEST] : LOONILY [adv] / a loony person [n -NIES] <loop=v> [v] full of loops [adj LOOPIER, LOOPIEST] : LOOPILY [adv] not firm, taut, or rigid [adj LOOSER, LOOSEST] : LOOSELY [adv] / to set fr LOOSED, LOOSING, LOOSES] <loot=v> [v] <lope=v> [v] one that {lopes=v} [n -S] <lope=v> [v] hanging limply [adj -PIER, -PIEST] pertaining to the space between the eye and bill of a bird [adj] a type of navigational system [n -S] <lord=v> [v] <lore=n> [n] an Asian lemur [n -RISES] a type of wagon or truck [n -RIES] a worthless person [n -S] one that {loses=v} [n -S] <lose=v> [v] causing dissipation of electrical energy [adj] a small water vessel used in India [n -S] <lota=n> [n] pertaining to moving water [adj] {lotus=n} [n -ES] a {monkfish=n} [n -S] a game of chance [n -TOS] an aquatic plant [n -ES] a {lake=n} [n -S] {looie=n} [n -S] a former gold coin of France [n LOUIS]

LOUMA {luma=n} [n -S] LOUPE a small magnifying glass [n -S] LOUPS <loup=v> [v] LOURS <lour=v> [v] LOURY {lowery=adj} [adj] LOUSE a parasitic insect [n LICE] / to spoil or bungle [v LOUSED, LOUSING, LOUSE S] LOUSY mean or contemptible [adj LOUSIER, LOUSIEST] : LOUSILY [adv] LOUTS <lout=v> [v] LOVAT a chiefly green color mixture in fabrics [n -S] LOVED <love=v> [v] LOVER one that loves another [n -S] : LOVERLY [adj] LOVES <love=v> [v] LOWED <lowe=v> [v] LOWER to appear dark and threatening [v -ED, -ING, -S] LOWES <lowe=v> [v] LOWLY low in position or rank [adj -LIER, -LIEST] : LOWLILY [adv] LOWSE {loose=adj} [adj] LOXED <lox=v> [v] LOXES <lox=v> [v] LOYAL faithful to one's allegiance [adj -ALER, -ALEST] LUAUS <luau=n> [n] LUBED <lube=v> [v] LUBES <lube=v> [v] LUCES <luce=n> [n] LUCID easily understood [adj] : LUCIDLY [adv] LUCKS <luck=v> [v] LUCKY having good fortune [adj LUCKIER, LUCKIEST] : LUCKILY [adv] LUCRE monetary gain [n -S] LUDES <lude=n> [n] LUDIC aimlessly playful [adj] LUFFA {loofah=n} [n -S] LUFFS <luff=v> [v] LUGED <luge=v> [v] LUGER one that {luges=v} [n -S] LUGES <luge=v> [v] LULLS <lull=v> [v] LULUS <lulu=n> [n] LUMAS <luma=n> [n] LUMEN the inner passage of a tubular organ [n -MENS or -MINA] : LUMENAL, LUMINAL [adj] LUMPS <lump=v> [v] LUMPY full of lumps [adj LUMPIER, LUMPIEST] : LUMPILY [adv] LUNAR an observation of the moon taken for navigational purposes [n -S] LUNAS <luna=n> [n] LUNCH to eat a noonday meal [v -ED, -ING, -ES] LUNES <lune=n> [n] LUNET {lunette=n} [n -S] LUNGE to make a forceful forward movement [v LUNGED, LUNGING, LUNGES] LUNGI a loincloth worn by men in India [n -S] LUNGS <lung=n> [n] LUNKS <lunk=n> [n] LUNTS <lunt=v> [v] LUPIN {lupine=n} [n -S] LUPUS a skin disease [n -ES] LURCH to sway abruptly [v -ED, -ING, -ES] LURED <lure=v> [v] LURER one that {lures=v} [n -S] LURES <lure=v> [v] LUREX a metallic yarn or thread -- a trademark [n -ES]

LURID causing shock or horror [adj] : LURIDLY [adv] LURKS <lurk=v> [v] LUSTS <lust=v> [v] LUSTY full of vigor [adj LUSTIER, LUSTIEST] LUSUS an {abnormality=n} [n -ES] LUTEA <luteum=n> [n] LUTED <lute=v> [v] LUTES <lute=v> [v] LUXES <luxe=n> [n] LWEIS <lwei=n> [n] LYARD streaked with gray [adj] LYART {lyard=adj} [adj] LYASE an {enzyme=n} [n -S] LYCEA <lyceum=n> [n] LYCEE a French secondary school [n -S] LYCRA a spandex synthetic fiber -- a trademark [n -S] LYING the act of telling lies [n -S] LYMPH a body fluid containing white blood cells [n -S] : LYMPHOID [adj] LYNCH to put to death without legal sanction [v -ED, -ING, -ES] LYRES <lyre=n> [n] LYRIC a lyrical poem [n -S] LYSED <lyse=v> [v] LYSES <lyse=v> [v] LYSIN a substance capable of disintegrating blood cells or bacteria [n -S] LYSIS the disintegration of cells by lysins [n LYSES] LYSSA {rabies=n} [n -S] LYTIC pertaining to {lysis=n} [adj] LYTTA a fibrous band in the tongue of certain carnivorous mammals [n -TAE or -TA S] MAARS <maar=n> [n] MABES <mabe=n> [n] MACAW a large parrot [n -S] MACED <mace=v> [v] MACER an official who carries a ceremonial staff [n -S] MACES <mace=v> [v] MACHE a European herb [n -S] MACHO a person who exhibits machismo [n -CHOS] MACHS <mach=n> [n] MACKS <mack=n> [n] MACLE a spot or discoloration in a mineral [n -S] : MACLED [adj] MACON a red or white French wine [n -S] MACRO a type of computer instruction [n -ROS] MADAM a woman who manages a brothel [n -S] MADLY in a mad manner [adv] MADRE mother [n -S] MAFIA a secret criminal organization [n -S] MAFIC pertaining to minerals rich in magnesium and iron [adj] MAGES <mage=n> [n] MAGIC to affect by magic (sorcery) [v -ICKED, -ICKING, -ICS] MAGMA the molten matter from which igneous rock is formed [n -MAS or -MATA] : MA GMATIC [adj] MAGOT a tailless ape [n -S] MAGUS a {magician=n} [n -GI] MAHOE a tropical tree [n -S] MAIDS <maid=n> [n] MAILE a Pacific island vine [n -S] MAILL a {payment=n} [n -S] MAILS <mail=v> [v] MAIMS <maim=v> [v] MAINS <main=n> [n]

MAIRS MAIST MAIZE MAJOR MAKAR MAKER MAKES MAKOS MALAR MALES MALIC MALLS MALMS MALMY MALTS MALTY MAMAS MAMBA MAMBO MAMEY MAMIE MAMMA MAMMY MANAS MANAT MANED MANES MANGA MANGE MANGO MANGY MANIA MANIC MANLY MANNA MANOR MANOS MANSE MANTA MANUS MAPLE MAQUI MARAS MARCH MARCS MARES MARGE MARIA MARKA MARKS MARLS MARLY MARRY MARSE MARSH MARTS MARVY MASAS MASER MASHY

<mair=n> [n] {most=n} [n -S] an American cereal grass [n -S] to pursue a specific principal course of study [v -ED, -ING, -S] a {poet=n} [n -S] one that {makes=v} [n -S] <make=v> [v] <mako=n> [n] the {cheekbone=n} [n -S] <male=n> [n] pertaining to {apples=n} [adj] <mall=v> [v] <malm=n> [n] resembling {malm=n} [adj MALMIER, MALMIEST] <malt=v> [v] resembling malt [adj MALTIER, MALTIEST] <mama=n> [n] a venomous snake [n -S] to perform a ballroom dance [v -ED, -ING, -ES or -S] a tropical tree [n MAMEYS or MAMEYES] {mamey=n} [n -S] a milk-secreting organ [n -MAE] / {mama=n} [n -S] mother [n -MIES] <mana=n> [n] a monetary unit of Azerbaijan [n -S] <mane=n> [adj] <mane=n> [n] a Japanese graphic novel [n -S] a skin disease of domestic animals [n -S] an edible tropical fruit [n -GOES or -GOS] affected with mange [adj MANGIER, MANGIEST] an excessive interest or enthusiasm [n -S] one that is affected with mania [n -S] having the qualities of a man [adj -LIER, -LIEST] : MANLILY [adv] divinely supplied food [n -S] a landed estate or territorial unit [n -S] : MANORIAL [adj] <mano=n> [n] a clergyman's house [n -S] a cotton fabric [n -S] the end of the forelimb in vertebrates [n MANUS] a hardwood tree [n -S] {maquis=n} [n -S] <mara=n> [n] to walk in a formal military manner [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <marc=n> [n] <mare=n> [n] a margin [n -S] <mare=n> [n] a monetary unit of Bosnia and Herzegovina [n -S] <mark=v> [v] <marl=v> [v] abounding with marl [adj MARLIER, MARLIEST] to enter into marriage [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] master [n -S] a tract of low, wet land [n -ES] <mart=v> [v] {marvelous=adj} [adj] <masa=n> [n] a device for amplifying electrical impulses [n -S] {mashie=n} [n MASHIES]

MASKS <mask=v> [v] MASON to build with stone or brick [v -ED, -ING, -S] MASSA master [n -S] MASSE a type of shot in billiards [n -S] MASSY {massive=adj} [adj MASSIER, MASSIEST] MASTS <mast=v> [v] MATCH to set in competition or opposition [v -ED, -ING, -ES] MATED <mate=v> [v] MATER mother [n MATERS or MATRES] MATES <mate=v> [v] MATEY a friend [n -EYS] / {companionable=adj} [adj MATIER, MATIEST] MATHS <math=n> [n] MATIN a morning song, as of birds [n -S] MATTE to produce a dull finish on [v MATTED, MATTING, MATTES] MATTS <matt=v> [v] MATZA {matzo=n} [n -S] MATZO an unleavened bread [n -ZOS, -ZOT, or -ZOTH] MAUDS <maud=n> [n] MAULS <maul=v> [v] MAUND an Asian unit of weight [n -S] MAUTS <maut=n> [n] MAUVE a purple color [n -S] MAVEN {mavin=n} [n -S] MAVIE {mavis=n} [n -S] MAVIN an expert [n -S] MAVIS a {songbird=n} [n -VISES] MAWED <maw=v> [v] MAXED <max=v> [v] MAXES <max=v> [v] MAXIM a brief statement of a general truth or principle [n -S] MAXIS <maxi=n> [n] MAYAN <maya=n> [adj] MAYAS <maya=n> [n] MAYBE an {uncertainty=n} [n -S] MAYED <may=v> [v] MAYOR the chief executive official of a city or borough [n -S] : MAYORAL [adj] MAYOS <mayo=n> [n] MAYST <may=v> [v] MAZED <maze=v> [v] MAZER a large drinking bowl [n -S] MAZES <maze=v> [v] MBIRA an African musical instrument [n -S] MEADS <mead=n> [n] MEALS <meal=n> [n] MEALY soft, dry, and friable [adj MEALIER, MEALIEST] MEANS <mean=v> [v] MEANT <mean=v> [v] MEANY {meanie=n} [n MEANIES] MEATS <meat=n> [n] MEATY full of meat [adj MEATIER, MEATIEST] MECCA a place visited by many people [n -S] MEDAL to honor with a medal (a commemorative piece of metal) [v -ALED, -ALING, ALS or -ALLED, -ALLING, -ALS] MEDIA the middle layer of a blood or lymph vessel [n -DIAE] / a channel of commu nication [n -S] MEDIC one engaged in medical work [n -S] MEDII <medius=n> [n] MEEDS <meed=n> [n] MEETS <meet=v> [v] MEINY a {retinue=n} [n -NIES]

MELDS <meld=v> [v] MELEE a confused struggle [n -S] MELIC pertaining to {song=n} [adj] MELLS <mell=v> [v] MELON any of various gourds [n -S] MELTS <melt=v> [v] MELTY resembling a melted solid [adj] MEMES <meme=n> [n] MEMOS <memo=n> [n] MENAD {maenad=n} [n -S] MENDS <mend=v> [v] MENSA the grinding surface of a tooth [n -SAS or -SAE] MENSE to do honor to [v MENSED, MENSING, MENSES] MENSH {mensch=n} [n MENSHES or MENSHEN] MENTA <mentum=n> [n] MENUS <menu=n> [n] MEOUS <meou=v> [v] MEOWS <meow=v> [v] MERCH merchandise [n -ES] MERCS <merc=n> [n] MERCY compassion shown to an offender or enemy [n -CIES] MERER <mere=adj> [adj] MERES <mere=n> [n] MERGE to {combine=v} [v MERGED, MERGING, MERGES] MERIT to {earn=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MERKS <merk=n> [n] MERLE a blackbird [n -S] MERLS <merl=n> [n] MERRY {cheerful=adj} [adj -RIER, -RIEST] : MERRILY [adv] MESAS <mesa=n> [n] MESHY {netty=adj} [adj MESHIER, MESHIEST] MESIC characterized by a medium supply of moisture [adj] MESNE a feudal lord holding land from a superior [n -S] MESON a subatomic particle [n -S] : MESONIC [adj] MESSY dirty or untidy [adj MESSIER, MESSIEST] METAL to cover with metal (any of various ductile, fusible, and lustrous substan ces) [v -ALED, -ALING, -ALS or -ALLED, -ALLING, -ALS] METED <mete=v> [v] METER to measure by mechanical means [v -ED, -ING, -S] METES <mete=v> [v] METHS <meth=n> [n] METIS a person of mixed ancestry [n METIS] METOL a powder used as a photographic developer [n -S] METRE to {meter=v} [v -TRED, -TRING, -TRES] METRO a subway [n -ROS] MEWED <mew=v> [v] MEWLS <mewl=v> [v] MEZES <meze=n> [n] MEZZO a female voice of a full, deep quality [n -ZOS] MIAOU to {meow=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MIAOW to {meow=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MIASM {miasma=n} [n -S] MIAUL to {meow=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MICAS <mica=n> [n] MICHE to {skulk=v} [v MICHED, MICHING, MICHES] MICRA <micron=n> [n] MICRO very small [adj] / {microcomputer=n} [n -S] MIDDY a loosely fitting blouse [n -DIES] MIDGE a small winged insect [n -S] MIDIS <midi=n> [n]

MIDST the middle [n -S] MIENS <mien=n> [n] MIFFS <miff=v> [v] MIFFY easily annoyed [adj MIFFIER, MIFFIEST] MIGGS <migg=n> [n] MIGHT {strength=n} [n -S] MIKED <mike=v> [v] MIKES <mike=v> [v] MIKRA <mikron=n> [n] MILCH giving milk [adj] MILDS <mild=v> [v] MILER one that runs a mile race [n -S] MILES <mile=n> [n] MILIA <milium=n> [n] MILKS <milk=v> [v] MILKY resembling or suggestive of milk [adj MILKIER, MILKIEST] MILLE a {thousand=n} [n -S] MILLS <mill=v> [v] MILOS <milo=n> [n] MILPA a field that is cleared from a jungle for farming purposes [n -S] MILTS <milt=v> [v] MILTY full of milt [adj MILTIER, MILTIEST] MIMED <mime=v> [v] MIMEO to make copies of by use of a mimeograph [v -ED, -ING, -S] MIMER one that {mimes=v} [n -S] MIMES <mime=v> [v] MIMIC to imitate closely [v -ICKED, -ICKING, -ICS] MINAE <mina=n> [n] MINAS <mina=n> [n] MINCE to cut into very small pieces [v MINCED, MINCING, MINCES] MINCY affectedly dainty [adj MINCIER, MINCIEST] MINDS <mind=v> [v] MINED <mine=v> [v] MINER one that {mines=v} [n -S] MINES <mine=v> [v] MINGY mean and stingy [adj -GIER, -GIEST] MINIM a unit of liquid measure [n -S] MINIS <mini=n> [n] MINKE a small whale [n -S] MINKS <mink=n> [n] MINNY {minnow=n} [n -NIES] MINOR to pursue a specific subordinate course of study [v -ED, -ING, -S] MINTS <mint=v> [v] MINTY having the flavor mint (an aromatic herb) [adj MINTIER, MINTIEST] MINUS a negative quantity [n -ES] MIRED <mire=v> [v] MIRES <mire=v> [v] MIREX an {insecticide=n} [n -ES] MIRIN a sweet Japanese cooking wine [n -S] MIRKS <mirk=n> [n] MIRKY {murky=adj} [adj MIRKIER, MIRKIEST] : MIRKILY [adv] MIRTH spirited gaiety [n -S] : MIRTHFUL, MIRTHLESS [adj], MIRTHFULLY, MIRTHLESSL Y [adv] MIRZA a Persian title of honor [n -S] MISDO to do wrongly [v -DID, -DONE, -DOING, -DOES] MISER one who hoards money greedily [n -S] MISES <mise=n> [n] MISOS <miso=n> [n] MISSY a young girl [n MISSIES] MISTS <mist=v> [v]

MISTY {blurry=adj} [adj MISTIER, MISTIEST] MITER to raise to the rank of a bishop [v -ED, -ING, -S] MITES <mite=n> [n] MITIS a type of wrought iron [n -TISES] MITRE to {miter=v} [v -TRED, -TRING, -TRES] MITTS <mitt=n> [n] MIXED <mix=v> [v] MIXER one that {mixes=v} [n -S] MIXES <mix=v> [v] MIXUP a state of confusion [n -S] MIZEN {mizzen=n} [n -S] MOANS <moan=v> [v] MOATS <moat=v> [v] MOCHA a choice, pungent coffee [n -S] MOCKS <mock=v> [v] MODAL a verb used with other verbs to express mood or taste [n -S] MODEL to plan or form after a pattern [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS] MODEM to transmit by modem (a device for converting signals from one form to ano ther) [v -ED, -ING, -S] MODES <mode=n> [n] MODUS a {mode=n} [n -DI] MOGGY a cat [n -GIES] MOGUL an important person [n -S] MOHEL a person who performs Jewish ritual circumcisions [n -HALIM, -HELIM, or -H ELS] MOHUR a former gold coin of India [n -S] MOILS <moil=v> [v] MOIRA fate or destiny, in ancient Greek religion [n -RAI] MOIRE a fabric having a wavy pattern [n -S] MOIST slightly wet [adj MOISTER, MOISTEST] MOJOS <mojo=n> [n] MOKES <moke=n> [n] MOLAL pertaining to a {mole=n} [adj] MOLAR a grinding tooth [n -S] MOLAS <mola=n> [n] MOLDS <mold=v> [v] MOLDY {musty=adj} [adj MOLDIER, MOLDIEST] MOLES <mole=n> [n] MOLLS <moll=n> [n] MOLLY {mollie=n} [n -LIES] MOLTO very -- used in musical directions [adv] MOLTS <molt=v> [v] MOMES <mome=n> [n] MOMMA mother [n -S] MOMMY mother [n -MIES] MOMUS a carping person [n -MUSES or -MI] MONAD a single-celled organism [n -S] : MONADAL, MONADIC [adj] MONAS a {monad=n} [n MONADES] MONDE the {world=n} [n -S] MONDO a rapid question and answer technique employed in Zen Buddhism [n -DOS] MONEY an official medium of exchange and measure of value [n MONEYS or MONIES] MONGO {mungo=n} [n -GOS] MONIE {many=adj} [adj] MONKS <monk=n> [n] MONOS <mono=n> [n] MONTE a card game [n -S] MONTH a period of approximately 30 days [n -S] MOOCH to obtain without paying [v -ED, -ING, -ES] MOODS <mood=n> [n]

MOODY MOOED MOOLA MOOLS MOONS MOONY MOORS MOORY MOOSE MOOTS MOPED MOPER MOPES MOPEY MORAE MORAL MORAS MORAY MOREL MORES MORNS MORON MORPH MORRO MORSE MORTS MOSEY MOSKS MOSSO MOSSY MOSTE MOSTS MOTEL MOTES MOTET MOTEY MOTHS MOTHY MOTIF MOTOR MOTTE MOTTO MOTTS MOUCH MOUES MOULD MOULT MOUND MOUNT MOURN MOUSE MOUSY MOUTH MOVED MOVER MOVES MOVIE MOWED MOWER MOXAS

given to changing moods [adj MOODIER, MOODIEST] : MOODILY [adv] <moo=v> [v] {moolah=n} [n -S] <mool=n> [n] <moon=v> [v] resembling the moon [adj MOONIER, MOONIEST] <moor=v> [v] {marshy=adj} [adj MOORIER, MOORIEST] a ruminant mammal [n MOOSE] <moot=v> [v] a type of motorbike [n -S] one that {mopes=v} [n -S] <mope=v> [v] dejected [adj MOPIER, MOPIEST] <mora=n> [n] pertaining to principles of right and wrong [adj] : MORALLY [adv] <mora=n> [n] a tropical eel [n -RAYS] an edible mushroom [n -S] the characteristic customs of a community [n] <morn=n> [n] a mentally deficient person [n -S] : MORONIC [adj] to be transformed [v -ED, -ING, -S] a rounded elevation [n -ROS] designating a code used in telegraphy [adj] <mort=n> [n] to {saunter=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <mosk=n> [n] rapidly -- used as a musical direction [adv] covered with moss [adj MOSSIER, MOSSIEST] <mote=v> [v] <most=n> [n] a roadside hotel [n -S] <mote=n> [n] a type of choral composition [n -S] full of motes [adj] <moth=n> [n] full of moths [adj MOTHIER, MOTHIEST] a recurring thematic element in an artistic work [n -S] : MOTIFIC [adj] to travel by automobile [v -ED, -ING, -S] a small growth of trees on a prairie [n -S] a short expression of a guiding principle [n -TOES or -TOS] <mott=n> [n] to {mooch=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <moue=n> [n] to {mold=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {molt=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {pile=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to get up on [v -ED, -ING, -S] to feel or express grief or sorrow [v -ED, -ING, -S] a small {rodent=n} [n MICE] / to catch mice [v MOUSED, MOUSING, MOUSES] resembling a {mouse=n} [adj MOUSIER, MOUSIEST] to put into the mouth [v -ED, -ING, -S] <move=v> [v] one that {moves=v} [n -S] <move=v> [v] a motion picture [n -S] <mow=v> [v] one that {mows=v} [n -S] <moxa=n> [n]

MOXIE spirit or courage [n -S] MOZOS <mozo=n> [n] MUCHO much, many [adj] MUCID {musty=adj} [adj] MUCIN a protein secreted by the mucous membranes [n -S] : MUCINOID, MUCINOUS [ad j] MUCKS <muck=v> [v] MUCKY {filthy=adj} [adj MUCKIER, MUCKIEST] MUCOR a type of {fungus=n} [n -S] MUCRO a sharp point at the end of certain plant and animal organs [n -CRONES] MUCUS a viscid bodily fluid [n -ES] MUDDY covered or filled with mud [adj -DIER, -DIEST] / to make or become muddy [ v -DIED, -DYING, -DIES] MUDRA a hand gesture in East Indian classical dancing [n -S] MUFFS <muff=v> [v] MUFTI a judge who interprets Muslim religious law [n -S] MUGGS <mugg=v> [v] MUGGY warm and humid [adj -GIER, -GIEST] MUHLY a perennial grass [n MUHLIES] MUJIK {muzhik=n} [n -S] MULCH to provide with a protective covering for the soil [v -ED, -ING, -ES] MULCT to {defraud=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] MULED <mule=v> [v] MULES <mule=v> [v] MULEY a hornless cow [n MULEYS] MULLA {mullah=n} [n -S] MULLS <mull=v> [v] MUMMS <mumm=v> [v] MUMMY to {mummify=v} [v -MIED, -MYING, -MIES] MUMPS <mump=v> [v] MUMUS <mumu=n> [n] MUNCH to chew with a crackling sound [v -ED, -ING, -ES] MUNGO a low-quality wool [n -GOS or -GOES] MUNIS <muni=n> [n] MUONS <muon=n> [n] MURAL a painting applied directly to a wall or ceiling [n -S] : MURALED, MURALLE D [adj] MURAS <mura=n> [n] MURED <mure=v> [v] MURES <mure=v> [v] MUREX a marine mollusk [n -RICES or -REXES] MURID a {murine=n} [n -S] MURKS <murk=n> [n] MURKY {dark=adj} [adj MURKIER, MURKIEST] : MURKILY [adv] MURRA a substance used to make fine vases and cups in ancient Rome [n -S] MURRE a diving bird [n -S] MURRS <murr=n> [n] MURRY a {moray=n} [n -RIES] MUSCA any of a genus of flies [n -CAE] MUSED <muse=v> [v] MUSER one that {muses=v} [n -S] MUSES <muse=v> [v] MUSHY {pulpy=adj} [adj MUSHIER, MUSHIEST] : MUSHILY [adv] MUSIC vocal or instrumental sounds organized to produce a unified composition [n -S] MUSKS <musk=n> [n] MUSKY resembling {musk=n} [adj MUSKIER, MUSKIEST] MUSSY {messy=adj} [adj MUSSIER, MUSSIEST] : MUSSILY [adv] MUSTH a state of frenzy occurring in male elephants [n -S] MUSTS <must=v> [v]

MUSTY having a stale odor [adj MUSTIER, MUSTIEST] : MUSTILY [adv] MUTCH a close-fitting cap [n -ES] MUTED <mute=v> [v] MUTER <mute=adj> [adj] MUTES <mute=v> [v] MUTON a unit of nucleic acid [n -S] MUTTS <mutt=n> [n] MUZZY confused [adj -ZIER, -ZIEST] MYLAR a polyester film -- a trademark [n -S] MYNAH {myna=n} [n -S] MYNAS <myna=n> [n] MYOID resembling muscle [adj] MYOMA a tumor composed of muscle tissue [n -MAS or -MATA] MYOPE one who is affected with myopia [n -S] MYOPY {myopia=n} [n -PIES] MYRRH an aromatic gum resin [n -S] : MYRRHIC [adj] MYSID a small {crustacean=n} [n -S] MYTHS <myth=n> [n] MYTHY resembling {myth=n} [adj MYTHIER, MYTHIEST] NAANS <naan=n> [n] NABES <nabe=n> [n] NABIS a group of French artists [n NABIS] NABOB one who becomes rich and prominent [n -S] : NABOBISH [adj] NACHO a tortilla chip topped with cheese and a savory mixture and broiled [n -CH OS] NACRE the pearly internal layer of certain shells [n -S] : NACRED, NACREOUS [adj ] NADAS <nada=n> [n] NADIR a point on the celestial sphere [n -S] : NADIRAL [adj] NAEVI <naevus=n> [n] NAFFS <naff=v> [v] NAGGY given to nagging [adj -GIER, -GIEST] NAIAD a water nymph [n -S or -ES] NAIFS <naif=n> [n] NAILS <nail=v> [v] NAIRA a monetary unit of Nigeria [n -S] NAIRU the lowest rate of unemployment at which there is no inflation [n -S] NAIVE lacking sophistication [adj NAIVER, NAIVEST] : NAIVELY [adv] / a naive per son [n -S] NAKED being without clothing or covering [adj -KEDER, -KEDEST] : NAKEDLY [adv] NAKFA a monetary unit of Eritrea [n -S] NALAS <nala=n> [n] NALED an {insecticide=n} [n -S] NAMED <name=v> [v] NAMER one that {names=v} [n -S] NAMES <name=v> [v] NANAS <nana=n> [n] NANNY a children's nurse [n -NIES] : NANNYISH [adj] NAPAS <napa=n> [n] NAPES <nape=n> [n] NAPPA {napa=n} [n -S] NAPPE a type of rock formation [n -S] NAPPY {kinky=adj} [adj -PIER, -PIEST] NARCO {narc=n} [n -COS] NARCS <narc=n> [n] NARDS <nard=n> [n] NARES <naris=n> [n] NARIC <naris=n> [adj] NARIS a {nostril=n} [n NARES] : NARIAL, NARIC, NARINE [adj] NARKS <nark=v> [v]

NARKY NASAL NASTY at is NATAL NATCH NATES NATTY NAVAL NAVAR NAVEL NAVES NAVVY NAWAB NAZIS NEAPS NEARS NEATH NEATS NECKS NEDDY NEEDS NEEDY NEEMS NEEPS NEGUS NEIFS NEIGH NEIST NELLY NEMAS NENES NEONS NERDS NERDY NEROL NERTS NERTZ NERVE NERVY NESTS NETOP NETTS NETTY NEUKS NEUME NEUMS NEVER NEVES NEVUS NEWEL NEWER NEWIE NEWLY NEWSY NEWTS NEXUS NGWEE NICAD NICER

{irritable=adj} [adj] a sound uttered through the nose [n -S] offensive to the senses [adj -TIER, -TIEST] : NASTILY [adv] / something th nasty [n -TIES] pertaining to one's birth [adj] {naturally=adv} [adv] the {buttocks=n} [n] neatly dressed [adj -TIER, -TIEST] : NATTILY [adv] pertaining to ships [adj] : NAVALLY [adv] a system of air navigation [n -S] a depression in the abdomen [n -S] <nave=n> [n] a manual laborer [n -VIES] a {nabob=n} [n -S] <nazi=n> [n] <neap=n> [n] <near=v> [v] {beneath=prep} [prep] <neat=n> [n] <neck=v> [v] a {donkey=n} [n -DIES] <need=v> [v] in a state of poverty [adj NEEDIER, NEEDIEST] <neem=n> [n] <neep=n> [n] an alcoholic beverage [n -ES] <neif=n> [n] to utter the cry of a horse [v -ED, -ING, -S] {next=adj} [adj] {nellie=n} [n -LIES] <nema=n> [n] <nene=n> [n] <neon=n> [n] <nerd=n> [n] socially inept [adj NERDIER, NERDIEST] a fragrant alcohol [n -S] used to express defiance or disgust [interj] {nerts=interj} [interj] to give courage to [v NERVED, NERVING, NERVES] {impudent=adj} [adj NERVIER, NERVIEST] <nest=v> [v] friend; companion [n -S] <nett=v> [v] resembling a net [adj -TIER, -TIEST] <neuk=n> [n] a sign used in musical notation [n -S] : NEUMATIC, NEUMIC [adj] <neum=n> [n] at no time [adv] <neve=n> [n] a {birthmark=n} [n -VI] : NEVOID [adj] a staircase support [n -S] <new=adj> [adj] something new [n -S] {recently=adv} [adv] full of news [adj NEWSIER, NEWSIEST] / a {newsboy=n} [n NEWSIES] <newt=n> [n] a connection or link [n -ES] a monetary unit of Zambia [n NGWEE] nickel cadmium [n -S] <nice=adj> [adj]

NICHE to place in a receding space or hollow [v NICHED, NICHING, NICHES] NICKS <nick=v> [v] NICOL a type of {prism=n} [n -S] NIDAL pertaining to a {nidus=n} [adj] NIDED <nide=v> [v] NIDES <nide=v> [v] NIDUS a nest or breeding place [n NIDI or NIDUSES] NIECE a daughter of one's brother or sister [n -S] NIEVE the fist or hand [n -S] NIFTY stylish; pleasing [adj -TIER, -TIEST] : NIFTILY [adv] / something that is nifty [n -TIES] NIGHS <nigh=v> [v] NIGHT the period from sunset to sunrise [n -S] NIHIL {nothing=n} [n -S] NILLS <nill=v> [v] NIMBI <nimbus=n> [n] NINES <nine=n> [n] NINJA a feudal Japanese warrior [n -S] NINNY a fool [n -NIES] : NINNYISH [adj] NINON a sheer fabric [n -S] NINTH one of nine equal parts [n -S] NIPAS <nipa=n> [n] NIPPY sharp or biting [adj -PIER, -PIEST] NISEI one born in America of immigrant Japanese parents [n -S] NISUS an {effort=n} [n NISUS] NITER a chemical salt [n -S] NITES <nite=n> [n] NITID {bright=adj} [adj] NITON {radon=n} [n -S] NITRE {niter=n} [n -S] NITRO a nitrated product [n -TROS] NITTY full of nits [adj -TIER, -TIEST] NIVAL pertaining to snow [adj] NIXED <nix=v> [v] NIXES <nix=n> [n] NIXIE a female water sprite [n -S] NIZAM a former sovereign of India [n -S] NOBBY {elegant=adj} [adj -BIER, -BIEST] NOBLE possessing qualities of excellence [adj -BLER, -BLEST] / a person of high birth, rank, or title [n -S] NOBLY in a noble manner [adv] NOCKS <nock=v> [v] NODAL of the nature of a node [adj] : NODALLY [adv] NODDY a fool [n -DIES] NODES <node=n> [n] NODUS a {difficulty=n} [n -DI] NOELS <noel=n> [n] NOGGS <nogg=n> [n] NOHOW in no manner [adv] NOILS <noil=n> [n] NOILY <noil=n> [adj] NOIRS <noir=n> [n] NOISE to spread as a rumor or report [v NOISED, NOISING, NOISES] NOISY making loud sounds [adj NOISIER, NOISIEST] : NOISILY [adv] NOLOS <nolo=n> [n] NOMAD a {wanderer=n} [n -S] : NOMADIC [adj] NOMAS <noma=n> [n] NOMEN the second name of an ancient Roman [n -MINA] NOMES <nome=n> [n] NOMOI <nomos=n> [n]

NOMOS NONAS NONCE NONES NONET NONYL NOOKS NOONS NOOSE NOPAL NORIA NORIS NORMS NORTH NOSED NOSES NOSEY NOTAL NOTCH NOTED NOTER NOTES NOTUM NOUNS NOVAE NOVAS NOVEL NOWAY NOWTS NUBBY NUBIA NUCHA NUDER NUDES NUDGE NUDIE NUDZH NUKED NUKES NULLS NUMBS NUMEN NURDS NURLS NURSE NUTSY NUTTY NYALA NYLON NYMPH OAKEN OAKUM OARED OASES OASIS OASTS OATEN OATER OATHS OAVES

law [n NOMOI] <nona=n> [n] the present occasion [n -S] <none=n> [n] a composition for nine instruments or voices [n -S] an alkyl radical [n -S] <nook=n> [n] <noon=n> [n] to secure with a type of loop [v NOOSED, NOOSING, NOOSES] a cactus of Mexico and and Central America [n -S or -ES] a type of {waterwheel=n} [n -S] <nori=n> [n] <norm=n> [n] a point of the compass [n -S] <nose=v> [v] <nose=v> [v] {nosy=adj} [adj NOSIER, NOSIEST] pertaining to a {notum=n} [adj] to make an angular cut in [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <note=v> [v] one that {notes=v} [n -S] <note=v> [v] a part of the thorax of an insect [n -TA] <noun=n> [n] <nova=n> [n] <nova=n> [n] a fictional prose narrative [n -S] in no way [adv] <nowt=n> [n] having nubs [adj -BIER, -BIEST] a woman's scarf [n -S] the nape of the neck [n -CHAE] <nude=adj> [adj] <nude=n> [n] to push gently [v NUDGED, NUDGING, NUDGES] a movie featuring nude performers [n -S] to {noodge=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <nuke=v> [v] <nuke=v> [v] <null=v> [v] <numb=v> [v] a {deity=n} [n -MINA] <nurd=n> [n] <nurl=v> [v] to care for the sick or infirm [v NURSED, NURSING, NURSES] {crazy=adj} [adj NUTSIER, NUTSIEST] silly; crazy [adj -TIER, -TIEST] : NUTTILY [adv] an {antelope=n} [n -S] a synthetic material [n -S] a female spirit [n -S] : NYMPHAL, NYMPHEAN [adj] <oak=n> [adj] loosely twisted hemp fiber [n -S] <oar=v> [v] <oasis=n> [n] a green area in a desert region [n OASES] <oast=n> [n] pertaining to {oats=n} [adj] a cowboy movie [n -S] <oath=n> [n] <oaf=n> [n]

OBEAH a form of sorcery of African origin [n -S] OBELI <obelus=n> [n] OBESE very fat [adj] : OBESELY [adv] OBEYS <obey=v> [v] OBIAS <obia=n> [n] OBITS <obit=n> [n] OBJET {curio=n} [n -S] OBOES <oboe=n> [n] OBOLE a coin of medieval France [n -S] OBOLI <obolus=n> [n] OBOLS <obol=n> [n] OCCUR to take place [v -CURRED, -CURRING, -CURS] OCEAN the vast body of salt water that covers most of the earth's surface [n -S] : OCEANIC [adj] OCHER to color with ocher (a red or yellow iron ore used as a pigment) [v -ED, ING, -S] OCHRE to {ocher=v} [v OCHRED, OCHRING, OCHRES] OCHRY {ochery=adj} [adj] OCKER a boorish person [n -S] OCREA a sheathing plant part [n -REAE] OCTAD a group of eight [n -S] : OCTADIC [adj] OCTAL pertaining to a number system with a base of eight [adj] OCTAN a fever recurring every eighth day [n -S] OCTET a group of eight [n -S] OCTYL a univalent radical [n -S] OCULI <oculus=n> [n] ODAHS <odah=n> [n] ODDER <odd=adj> [adj] ODDLY in an odd manner [adv] ODEON {odeum=n} [n -S] ODEUM a theater or concert hall [n ODEA or ODEUMS] ODIST one who writes odes [n -S] ODIUM {hatred=n} [n -S] ODORS <odor=n> [n] ODOUR {odor=n} [n -S] : ODOURFUL [adj] ODYLE {odyl=n} [n -S] ODYLS <odyl=n> [n] OFFAL waste material [n -S] OFFED <off=v> [v] OFFER to present for acceptance or rejection [v -ED, -ING, -S] OFTEN {frequently=adv} [adv -ENER, -ENEST] OFTER <oft=adv> [adv] OGAMS <ogam=n> [n] OGEES <ogee=n> [n] OGHAM an Old Irish alphabet [n -S] : OGHAMIC [adj] OGIVE a pointed arch [n -S] : OGIVAL [adj] OGLED <ogle=v> [v] OGLER one that {ogles=v} [n -S] OGLES <ogle=v> [v] OGRES <ogre=n> [n] OHIAS <ohia=n> [n] OHING <oh=v> [v] OHMIC <ohm=n> [adj] OIDIA <oidium=n> [n] OILED <oil=v> [v] OILER one that {oils=v} [n -S] OINKS <oink=v> [v] OKAPI an African ruminant mammal [n -S] OKAYS <okay=v> [v] OKEHS <okeh=n> [n]

OKRAS OLDEN OLDER OLDIE OLEIC OLEIN OLEOS OLEUM OLIOS OLIVE OLLAS OLOGY OMASA OMBER OMBRE OMEGA OMENS OMERS OMITS ONCET ONERY ONION ONIUM ONLAY ONSET ONTIC OOHED OOMPH OORIE OOTID OOZED OOZES OPAHS OPALS OPENS OPERA OPINE OPING OPIUM OPSIN OPTED OPTIC ORACH ORALS ORANG ORATE ORBED ORBIT ORCAS ORCIN ORDER ORDOS OREAD ORGAN ORGIC ORIBI ORIEL ORLES ORLON ORLOP

<okra=n> [n] pertaining to a bygone era [adj] <old=adj> [adj] a popular song of an earlier day [n -S] pertaining to oil [adj] the liquid portion of a fat [n -S] <oleo=n> [n] a corrosive liquid [n -S] / oil [n OLEA] <olio=n> [n] the small oval fruit of a Mediterranean tree [n -S] <olla=n> [n] a branch of knowledge [n -GIES] <omasum=n> [n] {ombre=n} [n -S] a card game [n -S] a Greek letter [n -S] <omen=v> [v] <omer=n> [n] <omit=v> [v] once [adv] {ornery=adj} [adj -ERIER, -ERIEST] the edible bulb of a cultivated herb [n -S] : ONIONY [adj] characterized by a complex cation [adj] something laid over something else [n -S] a {beginning=n} [n -S] having real being or existence [adj] <ooh=v> [v] spirited vigor [n -S] {ourie=adj} [adj] one of the four sections into which a mature ovum divides [n -S] <ooze=v> [v] <ooze=v> [v] <opah=n> [n] <opal=n> [n] <open=v> [v] a form of musical drama [n -S] to hold or state as an opinion [v OPINED, OPINING, OPINES] <ope=v> [v] an addictive narcotic [n -S] a type of {protein=n} [n -S] <opt=v> [v] an {eye=n} [n -S] a cultivated plant [n -ES] <oral=n> [n] a large ape [n -S] to speak formally [v ORATED, ORATING, ORATES] <orb=v> [v] to move or revolve around [v -ED, -ING, -S] <orca=n> [n] {orcinol=n} [n -S] to give a command or instruction to [v -ED, -ING, -S] <ordo=n> [n] a mountain nymph in Greek mythology [n -S] a differentiated part of an organism performing a specific function [n -S] {orgiac=adj} [adj] an African antelope [n -S] a type of projecting window [n -S] <orle=n> [n] an acrylic fiber -- a trademark [n -S] the lowest deck of a ship [n -S]

ORMER an {abalone=n} [n -S] ORNIS {avifauna=n} [n ORNITHES] ORPIN {orpine=n} [n -S] ORRIS a flowering plant [n -RISES] ORTHO pertaining to reproduction in a photograph of the full range of colors in nature [adj] ORZOS <orzo=n> [n] OSIER a European tree [n -S] : OSIERED [adj] OSMIC <osmium=n> [adj] OSMOL a unit of osmotic pressure [n -S] : OSMOLAL [adj] OSSIA or else -- used as a musical direction [conj] OSTIA <ostium=n> [n] OTHER one that remains of two or more [n -S] OTTAR {attar=n} [n -S] OTTER a carnivorous mammal [n -S] OTTOS <otto=n> [n] OUGHT to {owe=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] OUNCE a unit of weight [n -S] OUPHE an {elf=n} [n -S] OUPHS <ouph=n> [n] OURIE shivering with cold [adj] OUSEL {ouzel=n} [n -S] OUSTS <oust=v> [v] OUTBY {outdoors=adv} [adv] OUTDO to exceed in performance [v -DID, -DONE, -DOING, -DOES] OUTED <out=v> [v] OUTER a part of a target [n -S] OUTGO to go beyond [v OUTWENT, OUTGONE, OUTGOING, OUTGOES] OUTRE deviating from what is usual or proper [adj] OUZEL a European bird [n -S] OUZOS <ouzo=n> [n] OVALS <oval=n> [n] OVARY a female reproductive gland [n -RIES] OVATE egg-shaped [adj] : OVATELY [adv] OVENS <oven=n> [n] OVERS <over=v> [v] OVERT open to view [adj] OVINE a sheep or a closely related animal [n -S] OVOID an egg-shaped body [n -S] : OVOIDAL [adj] OVOLI <ovolo=n> [n] OVOLO a convex molding [n -LI or -LOS] OVULE a rudimentary seed [n -S] : OVULAR, OVULARY [adj] OWING <owe=v> [v] OWLET a young owl [n -S] OWNED <own=v> [v] OWNER one that {owns=v} [n -S] OWSEN <owse=n> [n] OXBOW a U-shaped piece of wood in an ox yoke [n -S] OXEYE a flowering plant [n -S] OXIDE a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical [n -S] : OXIDI C [adj] OXIDS <oxid=n> [n] OXIME a chemical compound [n -S] OXIMS <oxim=n> [n] OXLIP a flowering plant [n -S] OXTER the {armpit=n} [n -S] OYERS <oyer=n> [n] OZONE a form of oxygen [n -S] : OZONIC [adj] PACAS <paca=n> [n] PACED <pace=v> [v]

PACER a horse whose gait is a pace [n -S] PACES <pace=v> [v] PACEY keeping a fast pace (rate of speed) [adj PACIER, PACIEST] PACHA {pasha=n} [n -S] PACKS <pack=v> [v] PACTS <pact=n> [n] PADDY a rice field [n -DIES] PADIS <padi=n> [n] PADLE a hoe [n -S] PADRE a Christian clergyman [n PADRES or PADRI] PADRI <padre=n> [n] PAEAN a song of joy [n -S] PAEON a metrical foot of four syllables [n -S] PAGAN an irreligious person [n -S] PAGED <page=v> [v] PAGER a {beeper=n} [n -S] PAGES <page=v> [v] PAGOD {pagoda=n} [n -S] PAIKS <paik=v> [v] PAILS <pail=n> [n] PAINS <pain=v> [v] PAINT to make a representation of with paints (coloring substances) [v -ED, -ING , -S] PAIRS <pair=v> [v] PAISA a coin of Pakistan [n PAISE or PAISAS] PAISE <paisa=n> [n] PALEA a small {bract=n} [n -LEAE] : PALEAL [adj] PALED <pale=v> [v] PALER <pale=adj> [adj] PALES <pale=v> [v] PALET a {palea=n} [n -S] PALLS <pall=v> [v] PALLY marked by close friendship [adj -LIER, -LIEST] PALMS <palm=v> [v] PALMY marked by prosperity [adj PALMIER, PALMIEST] PALPI <palpus=n> [n] PALPS <palp=v> [v] PALSY to {paralyze=v} [v -SIED, -SYING, -SIES] PAMPA a grassland of South America [n -S] PANDA a carnivorous mammal [n -S] PANDY to punish by striking the hand [v -DIED, -DYING, -DIES] PANED <pane=n> [adj] PANEL to decorate with thin sheets of material [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS] PANES <pane=n> [n] PANGA a large {knife=n} [n -S] PANGS <pang=v> [v] PANIC to be overwhelmed by fear [v -ICKED, -ICKING, -ICS] PANNE a lustrous velvet [n -S] PANSY a flowering plant [n -SIES] PANTO a pantomime [n -TOS] PANTS <pant=v> [v] PANTY {pantie=n} [n PANTIES] PAPAL pertaining to the pope [adj] : PAPALLY [adv] PAPAS <papa=n> [n] PAPAW a fleshy fruit [n -S] PAPER to cover or wrap with paper (a thin sheet material made of cellulose pulp) [v -ED, -ING, -S] PAPPI <pappus=n> [n] PAPPY resembling {pap=n} [adj -PIER, -PIEST] / a father [n -PIES]

PARAE <para=n> [n] PARAS <para=n> [n] PARCH to make very dry [v -ED, -ING, -ES] PARDI used as a mild oath [interj] PARDS <pard=n> [n] PARDY {pardi=interj} [interj] PARED <pare=v> [v] PAREO {pareu=n} [n -REOS] PARER one that {pares=v} [n -S] PARES <pare=v> [v] PAREU a Polynesian garment [n -S] PARGE to {parget=v} [v PARGED, PARGING, PARGES] PARGO a food fish [n -GOS] PARIS a European herb [n -ISES] PARKA a hooded garment [n -S] PARKS <park=v> [v] PARLE to {parley=v} [v PARLED, PARLING, PARLES] PAROL an {utterance=n} [n -S] PARRS <parr=n> [n] PARRY to ward off a blow [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] PARSE to describe and analyze grammatically [v PARSED, PARSING, PARSES] : PARSAB LE [adj] PARTS <part=v> [v] PARTY to attend a social gathering [v -TIED, -TYING, -TIES] PARVE made without milk or meat [adj] PARVO a contagious disease of dogs [n -VOS] PASEO a leisurely stroll [n -SEOS] PASES <pase=n> [n] PASHA a former Turkish high official [n -S] PASSE outmoded [adj] PASTA a food made of dough [n -S] PASTE to fasten with a sticky mixture [v PASTED, PASTING, PASTES] PASTS <past=n> [n] PASTY pale and unhealthy in appearance [adj PASTIER, PASTIEST] / a meat pie [n P ASTIES] PATCH to mend or cover a hole or weak spot in [v -ED, -ING, -ES] PATED <pate=n> [adj] PATEN a plate [n -S] PATER a father [n -S] PATES <pate=n> [n] PATHS <path=n> [n] PATIN {paten=n} [n -S] PATIO an outdoor paved area adjoining a house [n -TIOS] PATLY {suitably=adv} [adv] PATSY a person who is easily fooled [n -SIES] PATTY a small, flat cake of chopped food [n -TIES] PAUSE to stop temporarily [v PAUSED, PAUSING, PAUSES] PAVAN a slow, stately dance [n -S] PAVED <pave=v> [v] PAVER one that {paves=v} [n -S] PAVES <pave=v> [v] PAVID {timid=adj} [adj] PAVIN {pavan=n} [n -S] PAVIS a large medieval shield [n -ISES] PAWED <paw=v> [v] PAWER one that {paws=v} [n -S] PAWKY {sly=adj} [adj PAWKIER, PAWKIEST] : PAWKILY [adv] PAWLS <pawl=n> [n] PAWNS <pawn=v> [v] PAXES <pax=n> [n]

PAYED <pay=v> [v] PAYEE one to whom money is paid [n -S] PAYER one that {pays=v} [n -S] PAYOR {payer=n} [n -S] PEACE to be or become silent [v PEACED, PEACING, PEACES] PEACH to inform against someone [v -ED, -ING, -ES] PEAGE {peag=n} [n -S] PEAGS <peag=n> [n] PEAKS <peak=v> [v] PEAKY {sickly=adj} [adj PEAKIER, PEAKIEST] PEALS <peal=v> [v] PEANS <pean=n> [n] PEARL to adorn with pearls (smooth, rounded masses formed in certain mollusks) [ v -ED, -ING, -S] PEARS <pear=n> [n] PEART {lively=adj} [adj PEARTER, PEARTEST] : PEARTLY [adv] PEASE a {pea=n} [n PEASEN or PEASES] PEATS <peat=n> [n] PEATY resembling or containing peat [adj PEATIER, PEATIEST] PEAVY {peavey=n} [n -VIES] PECAN a nut-bearing tree [n -S] PECHS <pech=v> [v] PECKS <peck=v> [v] PECKY marked by decay caused by fungi [adj PECKIER, PECKIEST] PEDAL to operate by means of foot levers [v -ALED, -ALING, -ALS or -ALLED, -ALLI NG, -ALS] PEDES <pes=n> [n] PEDRO a card game [n -DROS] PEEKS <peek=v> [v] PEELS <peel=v> [v] PEENS <peen=v> [v] PEEPS <peep=v> [v] PEERS <peer=v> [v] PEERY a child's toy [n PEERIES] PEEVE to {annoy=v} [v PEEVED, PEEVING, PEEVES] PEINS <pein=v> [v] PEISE to {weigh=v} [v PEISED, PEISING, PEISES] PEKAN a carnivorous mammal [n -S] PEKES <peke=n> [n] PEKIN a silk fabric [n -S] PEKOE a black tea [n -S] PELES <pele=n> [n] PELFS <pelf=n> [n] PELON {hairless=adj} [adj] PELTS <pelt=v> [v] PENAL pertaining to {punishment=n} [adj] PENCE <penny=n> [n] PENDS <pend=v> [v] PENES <penis=n> [n] PENGO a former monetary unit of Hungary [n -GOS] PENIS the male organ of copulation [n -NES or -NISES] : PENIAL, PENILE [adj] PENNA any of the feathers that determine a bird's shape [n -NAE] PENNE short tubular pasta [n PENNE] PENNI a Finnish coin [n -NIA or -NIS] PENNY a coin of the United Kingdom [n PENNIES or PENCE] PEONS <peon=n> [n] PEONY a flowering plant [n -NIES] PEPLA <peplum=n> [n] PEPOS <pepo=n> [n] PEPPY full of energy [adj -PIER, -PIEST] : PEPPILY [adv]

PERCH to sit or rest on an elevated place [v -ED, -ING, -ES] PERDU a soldier sent on a dangerous mission [n -S] PERDY {pardi=interj} [interj] PEREA <pereon=n> [n] PERES <pere=n> [n] PERIL to {imperil=v} [v -ILED, -ILING, -ILS or -ILLED, -ILLING, -ILS] PERIS <peri=n> [n] PERKS <perk=v> [v] PERKY {jaunty=adj} [adj PERKIER, PERKIEST] : PERKILY [adv] PERMS <perm=v> [v] PERPS <perp=n> [n] PERRY a beverage of pear juice often fermented [n -RIES] PERSE a blue color [n -S] PERVS <perv=n> [n] PESKY annoying [adj -KIER, -KIEST] : PESKILY [adv] PESOS <peso=n> [n] PESTO a sauce of basil, garlic, and olive oil [n -TOS] PESTS <pest=n> [n] PESTY irritating [adj PESTIER, PESTIEST] PETAL a leaflike part of a corolla [n -S] : PETALED, PETALLED [adj] PETER to diminish gradually [v -ED, -ING, -S] PETIT small; minor [adj] PETTI <petto=n> [n] PETTO the breast [n -TI] PETTY {insignificant=adj} [adj -TIER, -TIEST] PEWEE a small bird [n -S] PEWIT the {lapwing=n} [n -S] PHAGE an organism that destroys bacteria [n -S] PHASE to plan or carry out by phases (distinct stages of development) [v PHASED, PHASING, PHASES] : PHASEAL, PHASIC [adj] PHIAL a vial [n -S] PHLOX a flowering plant [n -ES] PHONE to {telephone=v} [v PHONED, PHONING, PHONES] PHONO a record player [n -NOS] PHONS <phon=n> [n] PHONY not genuine or real [adj -NIER, -NIEST] / to alter so as to make appear ge nuine [v -NIED, -NYING, -NIES] PHOTO to {photograph=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] PHOTS <phot=n> [n] PHPHT {pht=interj} [interj] PHUTS <phut=n> [n] PHYLA <phylum=n> [n] PHYLE a political subdivision in ancient Greece [n -LAE] : PHYLIC [adj] PIANO a musical instrument [n -NOS] PIANS <pian=n> [n] PIBAL a small balloon for determining the direction and speed of the wind [n -S] PICAL resembling a {pica=n} [adj] PICAS <pica=n> [n] PICKS <pick=v> [v] PICKY {fussy=adj} [adj PICKIER, PICKIEST] PICOT to edge with ornamental loops [v -ED, -ING, -S] PICUL an Asian unit of weight [n -S] PIECE to join into a whole [v PIECED, PIECING, PIECES] PIERS <pier=n> [n] PIETA a representation of the Virgin Mary mourning over the body of Christ [n -S ] PIETY the quality or state of being pious [n -TIES] PIGGY {piggish=adj} [adj -GIER, -GIEST] / a small pig [n -GIES] PIGMY {pygmy=n} [n -MIES] PIING <pi=v> [v]

PIKAS PIKED PIKER PIKES PIKIS PILAF PILAR PILAU PILAW PILEA PILED PILEI PILES PILIS PILLS PILOT PILUS PIMAS PIMPS PINAS PINCH PINED PINES PINEY PINGO OES] PINGS PINKO PINKS PINKY PINNA PINNY PINON PINOT PINTA PINTO PINTS PINUP PIONS PIOUS PIPAL PIPED PIPER PIPES PIPET PIPIT PIQUE PIRNS PIROG PISCO PISOS PISTE PITAS PITCH PITHS PITHY PITON PITTA PIVOT PIXEL

<pika=n> [n] <pike=v> [v] a stingy person [n -S] <pike=v> [v] <piki=n> [n] a dish made of seasoned rice and often meat [n -S] pertaining to {hair=n} [adj] {pilaf=n} [n -S] {pilaf=n} [n -S] <pileum=n> [n] <pile=v> [v] <pileus=n> [n] <pile=v> [v] <pili=n> [n] <pill=v> [v] to control the course of [v -ED, -ING, -S] a hair or hairlike structure [n -LI] <pima=n> [n] <pimp=v> [v] <pina=n> [n] to squeeze between two edges or surfaces [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <pine=v> [v] <pine=v> [v] {piny=adj} [adj PINIER, PINIEST] a low mound of earth formed by expansion of underlying frost [n -GOS or -G <ping=v> [v] a person who holds somewhat radical political views [n PINKOS or PINKOES] <pink=v> [v] {pinkie=n} [n PINKIES] a feather, wing, or winglike part [n -NAE or -NAS] a {pinafore=n} [n -NIES] a pine tree [n -S or -ES] a red or white grape [n -S] a skin disease [n -S] a spotted horse [n -TOS or -TOES] <pint=n> [n] a picture that may be pinned up on a wall [n -S] <pion=n> [n] marked by religious reverence [adj] : PIOUSLY [adv] a fig tree of India [n -S] <pipe=v> [v] one that plays on a tubular musical instrument [n -S] <pipe=v> [v] to {pipette=v} [v -PETTED, -PETTING, -PETS] a {songbird=n} [n -S] to arouse anger or resentment in [v PIQUED, PIQUING, PIQUES] <pirn=n> [n] a large Russian pastry [n -ROGEN, -ROGHI or -ROGI] a Peruvian brandy [n -COS] <piso=n> [n] a downhill ski trail [n -S] <pita=n> [n] to {throw=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <pith=v> [v] {concise=adj} [adj PITHIER, PITHIEST] : PITHILY [adv] a metal spike used in mountain climbing [n -S] a perching bird of Asia, Australia, and Africa [n -S] to turn on a shaft or rod [v -ED, -ING, -S] a basic unit of a video image [n -S]

PIXES <pix=n> [n] PIXIE {pixy=n} [n -S] : PIXIEISH [adj] PIZZA an Italian open pie [n -S] PLACE to set in a particular position [v PLACED, PLACING, PLACES] PLACK a former coin of Scotland [n -S] PLAGE a bright region on the sun [n -S] PLAID a woolen scarf of a checkered pattern [n -S] : PLAIDED [adj] PLAIN {evident=adj} [adj PLAINER, PLAINEST] : PLAINLY [adv] / to {complain=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] PLAIT to {braid=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] PLANE to make smooth or even [v PLANED, PLANING, PLANES] PLANK to cover with planks (long, flat pieces of lumber) [v -ED, -ING, -S] PLANS <plan=v> [v] PLANT to place in the ground for growing [v -ED, -ING, -S] PLASH to weave together [v -ED, -ING, -ES] PLASM {plasma=n} [n -S] PLATE to coat with a thin layer of metal [v PLATED, PLATING, PLATES] PLATS <plat=v> [v] PLATY split into thin, flat pieces [adj PLATIER, PLATIEST] / a small tropical fi sh [n PLATYS or PLATIES] PLAYA the bottom of a desert basin [n -S] PLAYS <play=v> [v] PLAZA a public square [n -S] PLEAD to ask for earnestly [v PLEADED or PLED, PLEADING, PLEADS] PLEAS <plea=n> [n] PLEAT to fold in an even manner [v -ED, -ING, -S] PLEBE a freshman at a military or naval academy [n -S] PLEBS <pleb=n> [n] PLENA <plenum=n> [n] PLEON the abdomen of a crustacean [n -S] : PLEONAL, PLEONIC [adj] PLEWS <plew=n> [n] PLICA a fold of skin [n -CAE] : PLICAL [adj] PLIED <ply=v> [v] PLIER one that {plies=v} [n -S] PLIES <ply=v> [v] PLINK to shoot at random targets [v -ED, -ING, -S] PLODS <plod=v> [v] PLONK to {plunk=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] PLOPS <plop=v> [v] PLOTS <plot=v> [v] PLOTZ to be overwhelmed by an emotion [v -ED, -ING, -ES] PLOWS <plow=v> [v] PLOYS <ploy=v> [v] PLUCK to pull out or off [v -ED, -ING, -S] PLUGS <plug=v> [v] PLUMB to determine the depth of [v -ED, -ING, -S] PLUME to cover with feathers [v PLUMED, PLUMING, PLUMES] PLUMP well-rounded and full in form [adj PLUMPER, PLUMPEST] / to make {plump=adj } [v -ED, -ING, -S] PLUMS <plum=n> [n] PLUMY covered with feathers [adj PLUMIER, PLUMIEST] PLUNK to fall or drop heavily [v -ED, -ING, -S] PLUSH {luxurious=adj} [adj PLUSHER, PLUSHEST] : PLUSHLY [adv] / a fabric with a long pile [n -ES] PLYER {plier=n} [n -S] POACH to trespass for the purpose of taking game or fish [v -ED, -ING, -ES] POBOY a large sandwich on a long split roll [n -S] POCKS <pock=v> [v] POCKY covered with pocks [adj POCKIER, POCKIEST] : POCKILY [adv] PODGY {pudgy=adj} [adj PODGIER, PODGIEST] : PODGILY [adv]

PODIA POEMS POESY POETS POGEY POILU POIND POINT POISE POKED POKER POKES POKEY POLAR POLED POLER POLES POLIO POLIS POLKA POLLS POLOS POLYP POLYS POMES POMOS POMPS PONCE PONDS PONES PONGS POOCH POODS POOHS POOLS POONS POOPS POORI POPES POPPA POPPY POPSY PORCH PORED PORES PORGY PORKS PORKY PORNO PORNS PORNY PORTS POSED POSER POSES POSIT POSSE POSTS POTSY POTTO

<podium=n> [n] <poem=n> [n] {poetry=n} [n -ESIES] <poet=n> [n] any form of government relief [n -GEYS] a French soldier [n -S] to seize and sell the property of to satisfy a debt [v -ED, -ING, -S] to indicate direction with the finger [v -ED, -ING, -S] to hold in a state of equilibrium [v POISED, POISING, POISES] <poke=v> [v] one that {pokes=v} [n -S] <poke=v> [v] {poky=n} [n -KEYS] a straight line related to a point [n -S] <pole=v> [v] one that {poles=v} [n -S] <pole=v> [v] an infectious virus disease [n -LIOS] an ancient Greek city-state [n -LEIS] to perform a lively dance [v -ED, -ING, -S] <poll=v> [v] <polo=n> [n] an {invertebrate=n} [n -S] <poly=n> [n] <pome=n> [n] <pomo=n> [n] <pomp=n> [n] to {pimp=v} [v PONCED, PONCING, PONCES] <pond=v> [v] <pone=n> [n] <pong=v> [v] to {bulge=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <pood=n> [n] <pooh=v> [v] <pool=v> [v] <poon=n> [n] <poop=v> [v] a light, flat wheat cake [n -S] <pope=n> [n] {papa=n} [n -S] a flowering plant [n -PIES] a {girlfriend=n} [n -SIES] a covered structure at the entrance to a building [n -ES] <pore=v> [v] <pore=v> [v] a marine food fish [n -GIES] <pork=v> [v] resembling pork [adj PORKIER, PORKIEST] / a {porcupine=n} [n -KIES] {pornography=n} [n -NOS] <porn=n> [n] {pornographic=adj} [adj PORNIER, PORNIEST] <port=v> [v] <pose=v> [v] one that {poses=v} [n -S] <pose=v> [v] to {place=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a body of men summoned to aid a peace officer [n -S] <post=v> [v] a children's game [n -SIES] a lemur of tropical Africa [n -TOS]

POTTY of little importance [adj -TIER, -TIEST] / a small toilet seat [n -TIES] POUCH to put in a pouch (a small, flexible receptacle) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] POUFF {pouf=n} [n -S] : POUFFED [adj] POUFS <pouf=n> [n] POULT a young domestic fowl [n -S] POUND to strike heavily and repeatedly [v -ED, -ING, -S] POURS <pour=v> [v] POUTS <pout=v> [v] POUTY tending to pout [adj POUTIER, POUTIEST] POWER to provide with means of propulsion [v -ED, -ING, -S] POXED <pox=v> [v] POXES <pox=v> [v] POYOU an armadillo of Argentina [n -S] PRAAM {pram=n} [n -S] PRAHU {prau=n} [n -S] PRAMS <pram=n> [n] PRANG to cause to crash [v -ED, -ING, -S] PRANK to adorn gaudily [v -ED, -ING, -S] PRAOS <prao=n> [n] PRASE a mineral [n -S] PRATE to {chatter=v} [v PRATED, PRATING, PRATES] PRATS <prat=n> [n] PRAUS <prau=n> [n] PRAWN to fish for prawns (edible shellfish) [v -ED, -ING, -S] PRAYS <pray=v> [v] PREED <pree=v> [v] PREEN to smooth or clean with the beak or tongue [v -ED, -ING, -S] PREES <pree=v> [v] PREOP a patient being prepared for surgery [n -S] PREPS <prep=v> [v] PRESA a musical symbol [n -SE] PRESE <presa=n> [n] PRESS to act upon with steady force [v -ED, -ING, -ES] PREST a loan [n -S] PREXY a {president=n} [n PREXIES] PREYS <prey=v> [v] PRICE to set a value on [v PRICED, PRICING, PRICES] PRICK to puncture slightly [v -ED, -ING, -S] PRICY {pricey=adj} [adj PRICIER, PRICIEST] : PRICILY [adv] PRIDE to feel pride (a feeling of self-esteem) [v PRIDED, PRIDING, PRIDES] PRIED <pry=v> [v] PRIER one that {pries=v} [n -S] PRIES <pry=v> [v] PRIGS <prig=v> [v] PRILL to convert into pellets [v -ED, -ING, -S] PRIMA {primo=n} [n -S] PRIME to make {ready=adj} [v PRIMED, PRIMING, PRIMES] PRIMI <primo=n> [n] PRIMO the main part in a musical piece [n -MOS or -MI] PRIMP to dress or adorn carefully [v -ED, -ING, -S] PRIMS <prim=v> [v] PRINK to dress or adorn in a showy manner [v -ED, -ING, -S] PRINT to produce by pressed type on a surface [v -ED, -ING, -S] PRION a protein particle [n -S] PRIOR an officer in a monastery [n -S] PRISE to raise or force with a lever [v PRISED, PRISING, PRISES] PRISM a solid which disperses light into a spectrum [n -S] PRISS to act in a prissy manner [v -ED, -ING, -ES] PRIVY {private=adj} [adj PRIVIER, PRIVIEST] : PRIVILY [adv] / an {outhouse=n} [n PRIVIES]

PRIZE to value highly [v PRIZED, PRIZING, PRIZES] PROAS <proa=n> [n] PROBE to investigate or examine thoroughly [v PROBED, PROBING, PROBES] PRODS <prod=v> [v] PROEM an introductory statement [n -S] : PROEMIAL [adj] PROFS <prof=n> [n] PROGS <prog=v> [v] PROLE a member of the working class [n -S] PROMO to {promote=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] PROMS <prom=n> [n] PRONE lying with the front or face downward [adj] : PRONELY [adv] PRONG to pierce with a pointed projection [v -ED, -ING, -S] PROOF to examine for errors [v -ED, -ING, -S] PROPS <prop=v> [v] PROSE to write prose (writing without metrical structure) [v PROSED, PROSING, PR OSES] PROSO {millet=n} [n -SOS] PROSS a prostitute [n -ES] PROST {prosit=interj} [interj] PROSY {prosaic=adj} [adj PROSIER, PROSIEST] PROUD having or displaying pride [adj PROUDER, PROUDEST] : PROUDLY [adv] PROVE to establish the truth or validity of [v PROVED, PROVEN, PROVING, PROVES] : PROVABLE [adj], PROVABLY [adv] PROWL to move about stealthily [v -ED, -ING, -S] PROWS <prow=n> [n] PROXY a person authorized to act for another [n PROXIES] PRUDE a prudish person [n -S] PRUNE to cut off branches or parts from [v PRUNED, PRUNING, PRUNES] : PRUNABLE [ adj] PRUTA {prutah=n} [n PRUTOT] PRYER {prier=n} [n -S] PSALM to praise in psalms (sacred songs) [v -ED, -ING, -S] PSEUD a person pretending to be an intellectual [n -S] PSHAW to utter an expression of disapproval [v -ED, -ING, -S] PSOAE <psoas=n> [n] PSOAI <psoas=n> [n] PSOAS a muscle of the loin [n PSOAI or PSOAE] : PSOATIC [adj] PSYCH to put into the proper frame of mind [v -ED, -ING, -S] PUBES the lower part of the abdomen [n PUBES] PUBIC pertaining to the pubes or pubis [adj] PUBIS the forward portion of either of the hipbones [n PUBES] PUCES <puce=n> [n] PUCKA {pukka=adj} [adj] PUCKS <puck=n> [n] PUDGY short and fat [adj PUDGIER, PUDGIEST] : PUDGILY [adv] PUDIC of or pertaining to the pudendum [adj] PUFFS <puff=v> [v] PUFFY swollen [adj -FIER, -FIEST] : PUFFILY [adv] PUGGY {puggish=adj} [adj -GIER, -GIEST] PUJAH {puja=n} [n -S] PUJAS <puja=n> [n] PUKED <puke=v> [v] PUKES <puke=v> [v] PUKKA {genuine=adj} [adj] PULED <pule=v> [v] PULER one that {pules=v} [n -S] PULES <pule=v> [v] PULIK <puli=n> [n] PULIS <puli=n> [n] PULLS <pull=v> [v]

PULPS <pulp=v> [v] PULPY resembling pulp [adj PULPIER, PULPIEST] PULSE to {pulsate=v} [v PULSED, PULSING, PULSES] PUMAS <puma=n> [n] PUMPS <pump=v> [v] PUNAS <puna=n> [n] PUNCH to perforate with a type of tool [v -ED, -ING, -ES] PUNGS <pung=n> [n] PUNJI a sharp bamboo stake placed and concealed so as to impale an enemy [n -S] PUNKA a ceiling fan used in India [n -S] PUNKS <punk=n> [n] PUNKY resembling {punk=n} [adj PUNKIER, PUNKIEST] PUNNY being or involving a pun [adj -NIER, -NIEST] PUNTO a hit or thrust in fencing [n -TOS] PUNTS <punt=v> [v] PUNTY an iron rod used in glassmaking [n -TIES] PUPAE <pupa=n> [n] PUPAL <pupa=n> [adj] PUPAS <pupa=n> [n] PUPIL a student under the close supervision of a teacher [n -S] PUPPY a young dog [n -PIES] : PUPPYISH [adj] PUPUS <pupu=n> [n] PURDA {purdah=n} [n -S] PUREE to reduce to a thick pulp by cooking and sieving [v -REED, -REEING, -REES] PURER <pure=adj> [adj] PURGE to {purify=v} [v PURGED, PURGING, PURGES] PURIN {purine=n} [n -S] PURIS <puri=n> [n] PURLS <purl=v> [v] PURRS <purr=v> [v] PURSE to {pucker=v} [v PURSED, PURSING, PURSES] PURSY short of breath [adj PURSIER, PURSIEST] PURTY {pretty=adj} [adj -TIER, -TIEST] PUSES <pus=n> [n] PUSHY offensively aggressive [adj PUSHIER, PUSHIEST] PUSSY full of pus [adj -SIER, -SIEST] / a cat [n PUSSIES] PUTON a hoax or deception [n -S] PUTTI <putto=n> [n] PUTTO an infant boy in art [n -TI] PUTTS <putt=v> [v] PUTTY to fill with a type of cement [v -TIED, -TYING, -TIES] PYGMY a small {person=n} [n -MIES] : PYGMAEAN, PYGMEAN, PYGMOID, PYGMYISH [adj] PYINS <pyin=n> [n] PYLON a tall structure marking an entrance or approach [n -S] PYOID {puslike=adj} [adj] PYRAN a chemical compound [n -S] : PYRANOID [adj] PYRES <pyre=n> [n] PYREX borosilicate glass and glassware resistant to heat, chemicals, and electri city -- a trademark [n -ES] PYRIC pertaining to {burning=n} [adj] PYROS <pyro=n> [n] PYXES <pyx=n> [n] PYXIE an evergreen shrub [n -S] PYXIS a {pyxidium=n} [n PYXIDES] QADIS <qadi=n> [n] QAIDS <qaid=n> [n] QANAT a system of underground tunnels and wells in the Middle East [n -S] QOPHS <qoph=n> [n] QUACK to utter the characteristic cry of a duck [v -ED, -ING, -S] QUADS <quad=v> [v]

QUAFF to drink deeply [v -ED, -ING, -S] QUAGS <quag=n> [n] QUAIL to {cower=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] QUAIS <quai=n> [n] QUAKE to shake or vibrate [v QUAKED, QUAKING, QUAKES] QUAKY tending to quake [adj QUAKIER, QUAKIEST] : QUAKILY [adv] QUALE a property considered apart from things having the property [n -LIA] QUALM a feeling of doubt or misgiving [n -S] QUANT to propel through water with a pole [v -ED, -ING, -S] QUARE {queer=adj} [adj] QUARK a fundamental atomic particle [n -S] QUART a liquid measure of capacity [n -S] QUASH to suppress completely [v -ED, -ING, -ES] QUASI similar but not exactly the same [adj] QUASS {kvass=n} [n -ES] QUATE {quiet=adj} [adj] QUAYS <quay=n> [n] QUBIT a quantum bit [n -S] QUEAN a {harlot=n} [n -S] QUEEN to make a queen (a female monarch) of [v -ED, -ING, -S] QUEER deviating from the expected or normal [adj QUEERER, QUEEREST] / to spoil t he effect or success of [v -ED, -ING, -S] QUELL to {suppress=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] QUERN a hand-turned grain mill [n -S] QUERY to {question=v} [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] QUEST to make a search [v -ED, -ING, -S] QUEUE to line up [v QUEUED, QUEUING or QUEUEING, QUEUES] QUEYS <quey=n> [n] QUICK acting or capable of acting with speed [adj QUICKER, QUICKEST] / a sensiti ve area of flesh [n -S] QUIDS <quid=n> [n] QUIET making little or no noise [adj -ETER, -ETEST] / to cause to be quiet [v -E D, -ING, -S] QUIFF a lock of hair growing from the front of the head [n -S] QUILL to press small ridges in [v -ED, -ING, -S] QUILT to stitch together with padding in between [v -ED, -ING, -S] QUINS <quin=n> [n] QUINT a group of five [n -S] QUIPS <quip=v> [v] QUIPU an ancient calculating device [n -S] QUIRE to arrange sheets of paper in sets of twenty-four [v QUIRED, QUIRING, QUIR ES] QUIRK to {twist=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] QUIRT to strike with a riding whip [v -ED, -ING, -S] QUITE to the fullest extent [adv] QUITS <quit=v> [v] QUODS <quod=n> [n] QUOIN to secure with a type of wedge [v -ED, -ING, -S] QUOIT to play a throwing game similar to ringtoss [v -ED, -ING, -S] QUOLL a small spotted marsupial [n -S] QUOTA a proportional part or share [n -S] QUOTE to repeat the words of [v QUOTED, QUOTING, QUOTES] : QUOTABLE [adj], QUOTA BLY [adv] QUOTH said -- QUOTH is the only accepted form of this verb; it cannot be conjuga ted [v] QURSH a monetary unit of Saudi Arabia [n -ES] RABAT a dickey attached to a clerical collar [n -S] RABBI a Jewish spiritual leader [n -S or -ES] RABIC pertaining to {rabies=n} [adj] RABID affected with rabies [adj] : RABIDLY [adv]

RACED <race=v> [v] RACER one that {races=v} [n -S] RACES <race=v> [v] RACKS <rack=v> [v] RACON a type of radar transmitter [n -S] RADAR an electronic locating device [n -S] RADII <radius=n> [n] RADIO to transmit by radio (an apparatus for wireless communication) [v -ED, -IN G, -S] RADIX the root of a plant [n -DICES or -DIXES] RADON a radioactive element [n -S] RAFFS <raff=n> [n] RAFTS <raft=v> [v] RAGAS <raga=n> [n] RAGED <rage=v> [v] RAGEE {ragi=n} [n -S] RAGES <rage=v> [v] RAGGS <ragg=n> [n] RAGGY {ragi=n} [n -GIES] RAGIS <ragi=n> [n] RAIAS <raia=n> [n] RAIDS <raid=v> [v] RAILS <rail=v> [v] RAINS <rain=v> [v] RAINY marked by rain [adj RAINIER, RAINIEST] RAISE to move to a higher position [v RAISED, RAISING, RAISES] : RAISABLE [adj] RAITA an Indian salad made with yogurt and chopped vegetables or fruits [n -S] RAJAH a king or prince in India [n -S] RAJAS <raja=n> [n] RAJES <raj=n> [n] RAKED <rake=v> [v] RAKEE {raki=n} [n -S] RAKER one that {rakes=v} [n -S] RAKES <rake=v> [v] RAKIS <raki=n> [n] RAKUS <raku=n> [n] RALES <rale=n> [n] RALLY to call together for a common purpose [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES] RALPH to {vomit=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] RAMAL pertaining to a {ramus=n} [adj] RAMEE {ramie=n} [n -S] RAMEN Japanese noodles in a broth with bits of meat and vegetables [n RAMEN] RAMET an independent member of a clone [n -S] RAMIE an Asian shrub [n -S] RAMMY {rammish=adj} [adj -MIER, -MIEST] RAMPS <ramp=v> [v] RAMUS a branch-like part of a structure [n -MI] RANCE a variety of marble [n -S] RANCH to work on a ranch (an establishment for raising livestock) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] RANDS <rand=n> [n] RANDY {lustful=adj} [adj -DIER, -DIEST] / a rude person [n RANDIES] RANEE {rani=n} [n -S] RANGE to place in a particular order [v RANGED, RANGING, RANGES] RANGY tall and slender [adj RANGIER, RANGIEST] RANID any of a large family of frogs [n -S] RANIS <rani=n> [n] RANKS <rank=v> [v] RANTS <rant=v> [v] RAPED <rape=v> [v]

RAPER a {rapist=n} [n -S] RAPES <rape=v> [v] RAPHE a seamlike ridge between two halves of an organ or part [n RAPHAE or RAPHE S] RAPID moving or acting with great speed [adj -IDER, -IDEST] : RAPIDLY [adv] / a fast-moving part of a river [n -S] RARED <rare=v> [v] RARER <rare=adj> [adj] RARES <rare=v> [v] RASED <rase=v> [v] RASER one that {rases=v} [n -S] RASES <rase=v> [v] RASPS <rasp=v> [v] RASPY {rough=adj} [adj RASPIER, RASPIEST] RATAL an amount on which rates are assessed [n -S] RATAN {rattan=n} [n -S] RATCH a ratchet [n -ES] RATED <rate=v> [v] RATEL a carnivorous mammal [n -S] RATER one that {rates=v} [n -S] RATES <rate=v> [v] RATHE appearing or ripening early [adj] RATIO a proportional relationship [n -TIOS] RATOS <rato=n> [n] RATTY infested with rats [adj -TIER, -TIEST] RAVED <rave=v> [v] RAVEL to separate the threads of [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS ] RAVEN to eat in a ravenous manner [v -ED, -ING, -S] RAVER one that {raves=v} [n -S] RAVES <rave=v> [v] RAVIN to {raven=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] RAWER <raw=adj> [adj] RAWIN a wind measurement made by tracking a balloon with radar [n -S] RAWLY in a raw manner [adv] RAXED <rax=v> [v] RAXES <rax=v> [v] RAYAH a non-Muslim inhabitant of Turkey [n -S] RAYAS <raya=n> [n] RAYED <ray=v> [v] RAYON a synthetic fiber [n -S] RAZED <raze=v> [v] RAZEE to make lower by removing the upper deck, as a ship [v -ZEED, -ZEEING, -ZE ES] RAZER one that {razes=v} [n -S] RAZES <raze=v> [v] RAZOR to shave or cut with a sharp-edged instrument [v -ED, -ING, -S] REACH to stretch out or put forth [v -ED, -ING, -ES] REACT to respond to a stimulus [v -ED, -ING, -S] READD <add=v> [v -ED, -ING, -S] READS <read=v> [v] READY prepared [adj READIER, READIEST] / to make {ready=adj} [v READIED, READYIN G, READIES] REALM a {kingdom=n} [n -S] REALS <real=n> [n] REAMS <ream=v> [v] REAPS <reap=v> [v] REARM <arm=v> [v -ED, -ING, -S] REARS <rear=v> [v] REATA {riata=n} [n -S]

REAVE to {plunder=v} [v REAVED or REFT, REAVING, REAVES] REBAR a steel rod for use in reinforced concrete [n -S] REBBE a {rabbi=n} [n -S] REBEC an ancient stringed instrument [n -S] REBEL to oppose the established government of one's land [v -BELLED, -BELLING, BELS] REBID <bid=v> [v -BID, -BIDDEN, -BIDDING, -BIDS] REBOP a type of {music=n} [n -S] REBUS a type of puzzle [n -ES] REBUT to {refute=v} [v -BUTTED, -BUTTING, -BUTS] REBUY <buy=v> [v -BOUGHT, -BUYING, -BUYS] RECAP to review by a brief summary [v -CAPPED, -CAPPING, -CAPS] RECCE a recon [n -S] RECIT the part of a story in which the events are related without enhancement [n -S] RECKS <reck=v> [v] RECON to {reconnoiter=v} [v -CONNED, -CONNING, -CONS] RECTA <rectum=n> [n] RECTI <rectus=n> [n] RECTO a right-hand page of a book [n -TOS] RECUR to happen again [v -CURRED, -CURRING, -CURS] RECUT <cut=v> [v -CUT, -CUTTING, -CUTS] REDAN a type of {fortification=n} [n -S] REDDS <redd=v> [v] REDED <rede=v> [v] REDES <rede=v> [v] REDIA the larva of certain flatworms [n -DIAE or -DIAS] : REDIAL [adj] REDID <redo=v> [v] REDIP <dip=v> [v -DIPPED or -DIPT, -DIPPING, -DIPS] REDLY with red color [adv] REDON <don=v> [v -DONNED, -DONNING, -DONS] REDOS <redo=n> [n] REDOX a type of chemical reaction [n -ES] REDRY <dry=v> [v -DRIED, -DRYING, -DRIES] REDUB <dub=v> [v -DUBBED, -DUBBING, -DUBS] REDUX brought back [adj] REDYE <dye=v> [v -DYED, -DYEING, -DYES] REEDS <reed=v> [v] REEDY abounding in reeds [adj REEDIER, REEDIEST] REEFS <reef=v> [v] REEFY abounding in ridges of rock [adj REEFIER, REEFIEST] REEKS <reek=v> [v] REEKY reeking [adj REEKIER, REEKIEST] REELS <reel=v> [v] REEST to {balk=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] REEVE to fasten by passing through or around something [v REEVED or ROVE, ROVEN, REEVING, REEVES] REFED <refeed=v> [v] REFEL to {reject=v} [v -FELLED, -FELLING, -FELS] REFER to direct to a source for help or information [v -FERRED, -FERRING, -FERS] REFIT to prepare and equip for additional use [v -FITTED, -FITTING, -FITS] REFIX <fix=v> [v -ED, -ING, -ES] REFLY <fly=v> [v -FLEW, -FLOWN, -FLYING, -FLIES] REFRY <fry=v> [v -FRIED, -FRYING, -FRIES] REGAL of or befitting a king [adj] REGES <rex=n> [n] REGMA a type of fruit [n -MATA] REGNA <regnum=n> [n] REHAB to restore to a good condition [v -HABBED, -HABBING, -HABS] REHEM <hem=v> [v -HEMMED, -HEMMING, -HEMS]

REIFS <reif=n> [n] REIFY to regard as real or concrete [v -IFIED, -IFYING, -IFIES] REIGN to exercise sovereign power [v -ED, -ING, -S] REINK <ink=v> [v -ED, -ING, -S] REINS <rein=v> [v] REIVE to {plunder=v} [v REIVED, REIVING, REIVES] REJIG to {rejigger=v} [v -JIGGED, -JIGGING, -JIGS] REKEY <key=v> [v -ED, -ING, -S] RELAX to make less tense or rigid [v -ED, -ING, -ES] RELAY to send along by using fresh sets to replace tired ones [v -ED, -ING, -S] / <lay=v> [v -LAID, -LAYING, -LAYS] RELET <let=v> [v -LET, -LETTING, -LETS] RELIC a surviving memorial of something past [n -S] RELIT <relight=v> [v] REMAN to furnish with a fresh supply of men [v -MANNED, -MANNING, -MANS] REMAP <map=v> [v -MAPPED, -MAPPING, -MAPS] REMET <remeet=v> [v] REMEX a flight feather of a bird's wing [n REMIGES] : REMIGIAL [adj] REMIT to send money in payment [v -MITTED, -MITTING, -MITS] REMIX <mix=v> [v -MIXED or -MIXT, -MIXING, -MIXES] RENAL pertaining to the kidneys [adj] RENDS <rend=v> [v] RENEW to make new or as if new again [v -ED, -ING, -S] RENIG to {renege=v} [v -NIGGED, -NIGGING, -NIGS] RENIN an {enzyme=n} [n -S] RENTE annual income under French law [n -S] RENTS <rent=v> [v] REOIL <oil=v> [v -ED, -ING, -S] REPAY to pay back [v -PAID, -PAYING, -PAYS] REPEG <peg=v> [v -PEGGED, -PEGGING, -PEGS] REPEL to drive back [v -PELLED, -PELLING, -PELS] REPIN <pin=v> [v -PINNED, -PINNING, -PINS] REPLY to {answer=v} [v -PLIED, -PLYING, -PLIES] REPOS <repo=n> [n] REPOT <pot=v> [v -POTTED, -POTTING, -POTS] REPPS <repp=n> [n] REPRO a trial sheet of printed material suitable for photographic reproduction [ n -PROS] RERAN <rerun=v> [v] RERIG <rig=v> [v -RIGGED, -RIGGING, -RIGS] RERUN to present a repetition of a recorded performance [v -RAN, -RUNNING, -RUNS ] RESAT <resit=v> [v] RESAW <saw=v> [v -SAWED, -SAWN, -SAWING, -SAWS] RESAY <say=v> [v -SAID, -SAYING, -SAYS] RESEE <see=v> [v -SAW, -SEEN, -SEEING, -SEES] RESET <set=v> [v -SET, -SETTING, -SETS] RESEW <sew=v> [v -SEWED, -SEWN, -SEWING, -SEWS] RESID a type of fuel oil [n -S] RESIN to treat with resin (a viscous substance obtained from certain plants) [v -ED, -ING, -S] RESIT <sit=v> [v -SAT, -SITTING, -SITS] RESOD <sod=v> [v -SODDED, -SODDING, -SODS] RESOW <sow=v> [v -SOWED, -SOWN, -SOWING, -SOWS] RESTS <rest=v> [v] RETAG <tag=v> [v -TAGGED, -TAGGING, -TAGS] RETAX <tax=v> [v -ED, -ING, -ES] RETCH to make an effort to vomit [v -ED, -ING, -ES] RETEM a desert shrub [n -S] RETIA <rete=n> [n]

RETIE <tie=v> [v -TIED, -TYING or -TIEING, -TIES] RETRO a rocket on a spacecraft that produces thrust in a direction opposite to t he line of flight [n -ROS] RETRY <try=v> [v -TRIED, -TRYING, -TRIES] REUSE <use=v> [v -USED, -USING, -USES] REVEL to engage in {revelry=n} [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS] REVET to face with masonry [v -VETTED, -VETTING, -VETS] REVUE a type of musical show [n -S] REWAN <rewin=v> [v] REWAX <wax=v> [v -ED, -ING, -ES] REWED <wed=v> [v -WEDDED, -WEDDING, -WEDS] REWET <wet=v> [v -WETTED, -WETTING, -WETS] REWIN <win=v> [v -WON or -WAN, -WINNING, -WINS] REWON <rewin=v> [v] REXES <rex=n> [n] RHEAS <rhea=n> [n] RHEME a statement of fact or opinion [n -S] RHEUM a watery discharge from the eyes or nose [n -S] : RHEUMIC [adj] RHINO a {rhinoceros=n} [n -NOS] RHOMB a {rhombus=n} [n -S] RHUMB a point of the mariner's compass [n -S] RHYME to compose verse with corresponding terminal sounds [v RHYMED, RHYMING, RH YMES] RHYTA <rhyton=n> [n] RIALS <rial=n> [n] RIANT {cheerful=adj} [adj] : RIANTLY [adv] RIATA a lasso [n -S] RIBBY marked by prominent ribs (curved bony rods in the body) [adj -BIER, -BIEST ] RIBES a flowering shrub [n RIBES] RICED <rice=v> [v] RICER a kitchen utensil consisting of a container perforated with small holes [n -S] RICES <rice=v> [v] RICIN a poisonous protein [n -S] RICKS <rick=v> [v] RIDER one that {rides=v} [n -S] RIDES <ride=v> [v] RIDGE to form into ridges (long, narrow elevations) [v RIDGED, RIDGING, RIDGES] RIDGY having ridges [adj RIDGIER, RIDGIEST] RIELS <riel=n> [n] RIFER <rife=adj> [adj] RIFFS <riff=v> [v] RIFLE to search through and rob [v RIFLED, RIFLING, RIFLES] RIFTS <rift=v> [v] RIGHT being in accordance with what is good, proper, or just [adj RIGHTER, RIGHT EST] / to put in proper order or condition [v -ED, -ING, -S] RIGID not flexible [adj] RIGOR strictness or severity [n -S] RILED <rile=v> [v] RILES <rile=v> [v] RILEY {angry=adj} [adj] RILLE a valley on the moon's surface [n -S] RILLS <rill=v> [v] RIMED <rime=v> [v] RIMER one that {rimes=v} [n -S] RIMES <rime=v> [v] RINDS <rind=n> [n] RINDY <rind=n> [adj] RINGS <ring=v> [v]

RINKS <rink=n> [n] RINSE to cleanse with clear water [v RINSED, RINSING, RINSES] : RINSABLE, RINSIB LE [adj] RIOJA a dry red Spanish wine [n -S] RIOTS <riot=v> [v] RIPED <ripe=v> [v] RIPEN to become {ripe=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] RIPER <ripe=adj> [adj] RIPES <ripe=v> [v] RISEN <rise=v> [v] RISER one that {rises=v} [n -S] RISES <rise=v> [v] RISHI a Hindu sage [n -S] RISKS <risk=v> [v] RISKY {dangerous=adj} [adj RISKIER, RISKIEST] : RISKILY [adv] RISUS a grin or laugh [n -ES] RITES <rite=n> [n] RITZY {elegant=adj} [adj RITZIER, RITZIEST] : RITZILY [adv] RIVAL to strive to equal or surpass [v -VALED, -VALING, -VALS or -VALLED, -VALLI NG, -VALS] RIVED <rive=v> [v] RIVEN <rive=v> [v] RIVER a large, natural stream of water [n -S] RIVES <rive=v> [v] RIVET to fasten with a type of metal bolt [v -ETED, -ETING, -ETS or -ETTED, -ETT ING, -ETS] RIYAL a monetary unit of Saudi Arabia [n -S] ROACH to cause to arch [v -ED, -ING, -ES] ROADS <road=n> [n] ROAMS <roam=v> [v] ROANS <roan=n> [n] ROARS <roar=v> [v] ROAST to cook with dry heat [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROBED <robe=v> [v] ROBES <robe=v> [v] ROBIN a {songbird=n} [n -S] ROBLE an oak tree [n -S] ROBOT a humanlike machine that performs various functions [n -S] : ROBOTIC [adj] ROCKS <rock=v> [v] ROCKY {unsteady=adj} [adj ROCKIER, ROCKIEST] RODEO to participate in a rodeo (an exhibition of cowboy skills) [v RODEOED, ROD EOING, RODEOS] RODES <rode=n> [n] ROGER to indicate that a message has been received [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROGUE to {defraud=v} [v ROGUED, ROGUEING or ROGUING, ROGUES] ROILS <roil=v> [v] ROILY {muddy=adj} [adj ROILIER, ROILIEST] ROLES <role=n> [n] ROLFS <rolf=v> [v] ROLLS <roll=v> [v] ROMAN a metrical narrative of medieval France [n -S] ROMEO a male {lover=n} [n -MEOS] ROMPS <romp=v> [v] RONDO a type of musical composition [n -DOS] ROODS <rood=n> [n] ROOFS <roof=v> [v] ROOKS <rook=v> [v] ROOKY abounding in rooks [adj ROOKIER, ROOKIEST] ROOMS <room=v> [v] ROOMY {spacious=adj} [adj ROOMIER, ROOMIEST] : ROOMILY [adv]

ROOSE to {praise=v} [v ROOSED, ROOSING, ROOSES] ROOST to settle down for rest or sleep [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROOTS <root=v> [v] ROOTY full of roots [adj ROOTIER, ROOTIEST] ROPED <rope=v> [v] ROPER one that {ropes=v} [n -S] ROPES <rope=v> [v] ROPEY {ropy=adj} [adj ROPIER, ROPIEST] ROQUE a form of croquet [n -S] ROSED <rose=v> [v] ROSES <rose=v> [v] ROSET resin [n -S] ROSHI the spiritual leader of a group of Zen Buddhists [n -S] ROSIN to treat with rosin (a brittle resin) [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROTAS <rota=n> [n] ROTCH {rotche=n} [n -ES] ROTES <rote=n> [n] ROTIS <roti=n> [n] ROTLS <rotl=n> [n] ROTOR a rotating part of a machine [n -S] ROTOS <roto=n> [n] ROTTE a medieval stringed instrument [n -S] ROUEN any of a breed of domestic ducks [n -S] ROUES <roue=n> [n] ROUGE to color with a red cosmetic [v ROUGED, ROUGING, ROUGES] ROUGH having an uneven surface [adj ROUGHER, ROUGHEST] / to make {rough=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROUND shaped like a sphere [adj ROUNDER, ROUNDEST] / to make {round=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROUPS <roup=v> [v] ROUPY {hoarse=adj} [adj ROUPIER, ROUPIEST] : ROUPILY [adv] ROUSE to bring out of a state of sleep or inactivity [v ROUSED, ROUSING, ROUSES] ROUST to arouse and drive out [v -ED, -ING, -S] ROUTE to send on a particular course [v ROUTED, ROUTING, ROUTES] ROUTH an {abundance=n} [n -S] ROUTS <rout=v> [v] ROVED <rove=v> [v] ROVEN <reeve=v> [v] ROVER one that {roves=v} [n -S] ROVES <rove=v> [v] ROWAN a Eurasian tree [n -S] ROWDY disorderly in behavior [adj -DIER, -DIEST] : ROWDILY [adv] / a rowdy perso n [n -DIES] ROWED <row=v> [v] ROWEL to prick with a spiked wheel in order to urge forward [v -ELED, -ELING, -E LS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS] ROWEN a second growth of grass [n -S] ROWER one that {rows=v} [n -S] ROWTH {routh=n} [n -S] ROYAL a size of printing paper [n -S] RUANA a woolen poncho [n -S] RUBBY an alcoholic given to drinking rubbing alcohol [n -BIES] RUBEL a monetary unit of Belarus [n -S] RUBES <rube=n> [n] RUBLE a monetary unit of the Soviet Union [n -S] RUBUS a plant of the rose family [n RUBUS] RUCHE a pleated strip of fine fabric [n -S] RUCKS <ruck=v> [v] RUDDS <rudd=n> [n] RUDDY having a healthy, reddish color [adj -DIER, -DIEST]

RUDER RUERS RUFFE RUFFS RUGAE RUGAL RUGBY RUING RUINS RULED RULER RULES RUMBA RUMEN RUMMY RUMOR RUMPS RUNES RUNGS RUNIC RUNNY RUNTS RUNTY RUPEE RURAL RUSES RUSHY RUSKS RUSTS RUSTY RUTHS RUTIN RUTTY RYKED RYKES RYNDS RYOTS SABAL SABED SABER SABES SABIN SABIR SABLE SABOT SABRA SABRE SACKS SACRA SADES SADHE SADHU SADIS SADLY SAFER SAFES SAGAS SAGER SAGES SAGGY

<rude=adj> [adj] <ruer=n> [n] a freshwater fish [n -S] <ruff=v> [v] <ruga=n> [n] <ruga=n> [adj] a form of football [n -BIES] <rue=v> [v] <ruin=v> [v] <rule=v> [v] one that {rules=v} [n -S] <rule=v> [v] to perform a ballroom dance [v -ED, -ING, -S] a part of the stomach of a ruminant [n -MINA or -MENS] : RUMINAL [adj] {odd=adj} [adj -MIER, -MIEST] / a card game [n -MIES] to spread by hearsay [v -ED, -ING, -S] <rump=n> [n] <rune=n> [n] <rung=n> [n] pertaining to a {rune=n} [adj] tending to drip [adj -NIER, -NIEST] <runt=n> [n] {small=adj} [adj RUNTIER, RUNTIEST] a monetary unit of India [n -S] pertaining to the country [adj] <ruse=n> [n] abounding in rushes [adj RUSHIER, RUSHIEST] <rusk=n> [n] <rust=v> [v] covered with rust [adj RUSTIER, RUSTIEST] <ruth=n> [n] a chemical compound [n -S] marked by ruts [adj -TIER, -TIEST] <ryke=v> [v] <ryke=v> [v] <rynd=n> [n] <ryot=n> [n] a {palmetto=n} [n -S] <sabe=v> [v] to strike with a saber (a type of sword) [v -ED, -ING, -S] <sabe=v> [v] a unit of sound absorption [n -S] a French-based pidgin language [n -S] a carnivorous mammal [n -S] a wooden shoe [n -S] a native Israeli [n -S] to {saber=v} [v -BRED, -BRING, -BRES] <sack=v> [v] <sacrum=n> [n] <sade=n> [n] {sade=n} [n -S] a Hindu holy man [n -S] <sadi=n> [n] in a sad manner [adv] <safe=adj> [adj] <safe=n> [n] <saga=n> [n] <sage=adj> [adj] <sage=n> [n] characterized by sagging [adj -GIER, -GIEST]

SAGOS SAGUM SAHIB SAICE SAIDS SAIGA SAILS SAINS SAINT -S] SAITH SAJOU SAKER SAKES SAKIS SALAD SALAL SALEP SALES SALIC SALLY SALMI SALOL SALON SALPA SALPS SALSA SALTS SALTY SALVE SALVO SAMBA SAMBO SAMEK SAMPS SANDS SANDY SANED SANER SANES SANGA SANGH -S] SANTO SAPID SAPOR SAPPY SARAN SARDS SAREE SARGE SARGO SARIN SARIS SARKS SARKY SAROD SAROS SASIN SASSY

<sago=n> [n] a cloak worn by ancient Roman soldiers [n -GA] sir; master -- used as a term of respect in colonial India [n -S] {syce=n} [n -S] <said=n> [n] a small {antelope=n} [n -S] <sail=v> [v] <sain=v> [v] to declare to be a saint (a person of exceptional holiness) [v -ED, -ING, <say=v> [v] a {capuchin=n} [n -S] a Eurasian falcon [n -S] <sake=n> [n] <saki=n> [n] a dish of green, raw vegetables [n -S] a small {shrub=n} [n -S] a starchy meal ground from the roots of certain orchids [n -S] <sale=n> [n] pertaining to a group of igneous rocks [adj] to rush out suddenly [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES] a dish of roasted game birds [n -S] a chemical compound [n -S] a large room in which guests are received [n -S] a free-swimming tunicate [n -PAE or -PAS] <salp=n> [n] a spicy sauce of tomatoes, onions, and peppers [n -S] <salt=v> [v] tasting of or containing salt [adj SALTIER, SALTIEST] to {soothe=v} [v SALVED, SALVING, SALVES] to discharge firearms simultaneously [v -ED, -ING, -S or -ES] to perform a Brazilian dance [v -ED, -ING, -S] a Latin American of mixed black and Indian ancestry [n -BOS] a Hebrew letter [n -S] <samp=n> [n] <sand=v> [v] containing or covered with sand [adj SANDIER, SANDIEST] <sane=v> [v] <sane=adj> [adj] <sane=v> [v] {sangar=n} [n -S] an association promoting unity between the different groups in Hinduism [n a wooden image of a saint [n -TOS] pleasant to the taste [adj] flavor [n -S] : SAPOROUS [adj] {silly=adj} [adj -PIER, -PIEST] : SAPPILY [adv] a thermoplastic resin [n -S] <sard=n> [n] {sari=n} [n -S] {sergeant=n} [n -S] a silvery marine fish [n -GOS] a toxic gas [n -S] <sari=n> [n] <sark=n> [n] {sarcastic=adj} [adj SARKIER, SARKIEST] a lute of northern India [n -S] the eclipse cycle of the sun and moon [n -ES] an antelope of India [n -S] {impudent=adj} [adj SASSIER, SASSIEST] / {sasswood=n} [n -SIES]

SATAY marinated meat that is skewered and broiled and dipped in peanut sauce [n -TAYS] SATED <sate=v> [v] SATEM pertaining to a group of Indo-European languages [adj] SATES <sate=v> [v] SATIN a smooth fabric [n -S] SATIS <sati=n> [n] SATYR a woodland deity of Greek mythology [n -S] : SATYRIC [adj] SAUCE to season with sauce (a flavorful liquid dressing) [v SAUCED, SAUCING, SAU CES] SAUCH {saugh=n} [n -S] SAUCY {impudent=adj} [adj SAUCIER, SAUCIEST] : SAUCILY [adv] SAUGH a willow tree [n -S] : SAUGHY [adj] SAULS <saul=n> [n] SAULT a {waterfall=n} [n -S] SAUNA to take a dry heat bath [v -ED, -ING, -S] SAURY a marine fish [n -RIES] SAUTE to fry in a small amount of fat [v -TEED or -TED, -TEING, -TES] SAVED <save=v> [v] SAVER one that {saves=v} [n -S] SAVES <save=v> [v] SAVIN an evergreen shrub [n -S] SAVOR to taste or smell with pleasure [v -ED, -ING, -S] SAVOY a variety of cabbage [n -VOYS] SAVVY {shrewd=adj} [adj -VIER, -VIEST] : SAVVILY [adv] / to {understand=v} [v -V IED, -VYING, -VIES] SAWED <saw=v> [v] SAWER one that {saws=v} [n -S] SAXES <sax=n> [n] SAYED {sayyid=n} [n -S] SAYER one that {says=v} [n -S] SAYID {sayyid=n} [n -S] SAYST <say=v> [v] SCABS <scab=v> [v] SCADS <scad=n> [n] SCAGS <scag=n> [n] SCALD to burn with hot liquid or steam [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCALE to climb up or over [v SCALED, SCALING, SCALES] SCALL a scaly eruption of the skin [n -S] SCALP to remove an upper part from [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCALY peeling off in flakes [adj SCALIER, SCALIEST] SCAMP to perform in a hasty or careless manner [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCAMS <scam=v> [v] SCANS <scan=v> [v] SCANT {meager=adj} [adj SCANTER, SCANTEST] / to provide with a meager portion [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCAPE to {escape=v} [v SCAPED, SCAPING, SCAPES] SCARE to {frighten=v} [v SCARED, SCARING, SCARES] SCARF a piece of cloth worn for warmth or protection [n SCARFS or SCARVES] / to cover with a scarf [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCARP to cut or make into a steep slope [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCARS <scar=v> [v] SCART to {scratch=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCARY frightening [adj SCARIER, SCARIEST] SCATS <scat=v> [v] SCATT a tax [n -S] SCAUP a sea duck [n -S] SCAUR a protruding, isolated rock [n -S] SCENA an elaborate composition for a single voice [n -S] SCEND to rise upward, as a ship on a wave [v -ED, -ING, -S]

SCENE the place where some action or event occurs [n -S] SCENT to fill with an odor [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCHAV a chilled soup [n -S] SCHMO a stupid person [n SCHMOES or SCHMOS] SCHUL {shul=n} [n SCHULS or SCHULN] SCHWA a type of vowel sound [n -S] SCION a child or descendant [n -S] SCOFF to express rude doubt or derision [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCOLD to rebuke harshly [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCONE a flat, round cake [n -S] SCOOP to take up with a scoop (a spoonlike utensil) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCOOT to go quickly [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCOPE to look at in order to evaluate [v SCOPED, SCOPING, SCOPES] SCOPS <scop=n> [n] SCORE to make a point in a game or contest [v SCORED, SCORING, SCORES] SCORN to treat or regard with contempt [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCOTS <scot=n> [n] SCOUR to cleanse or polish by hard rubbing [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCOUT to observe for the purpose of obtaining information [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCOWL to frown angrily [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCOWS <scow=v> [v] SCRAG to wring the neck of [v SCRAGGED, SCRAGGING, SCRAGS] SCRAM to leave quickly [v SCRAMMED, SCRAMMING, SCRAMS] SCRAP to {discard=v} [v SCRAPPED, SCRAPPING, SCRAPS] SCREE a mass of rocks at the foot of a slope [n -S] SCREW to attach with a screw (a type of metal fastener) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCRIM a cotton fabric [n -S] SCRIP a small piece of paper [n -S] SCROD a young cod [n -S] SCRUB to rub hard in order to clean [v SCRUBBED, SCRUBBING, SCRUBS] SCRUM to engage in a scrummage (a formation around the ball in rugby) [v SCRUMME D, SCRUMMING, SCRUMS] SCUBA to swim underwater using a breathing device with compressed air [v -ED, -I NG, -S] SCUDI <scudo=n> [n] SCUDO a former Italian coin [n -DI] SCUDS <scud=v> [v] SCUFF to walk without lifting the feet [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCULK to {skulk=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCULL to propel with a type of oar [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCULP to {sculpt=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SCUMS <scum=v> [v] SCUPS <scup=n> [n] SCURF scaly or shredded dry skin [n -S] SCUTA <scutum=n> [n] SCUTE a horny plate or scale [n -S] SCUTS <scut=n> [n] SCUZZ a dirty or contemptible person [n -ES] SEALS <seal=v> [v] SEAMS <seam=v> [v] SEAMY {unpleasant=adj} [adj SEAMIER, SEAMIEST] SEARS <sear=v> [v] SEATS <seat=v> [v] SEBUM a fatty matter secreted by certain glands of the skin [n -S] SECCO the art of painting on dry plaster [n -COS] SECTS <sect=n> [n] SEDAN a type of automobile [n -S] SEDER a Jewish ceremonial dinner [n -DARIM or -DERS] SEDGE a marsh plant [n -S] SEDGY abounding in {sedge=n} [adj SEDGIER, SEDGIEST]

SEDUM a flowering plant [n -S] SEEDS <seed=v> [v] SEEDY containing seeds; inferior in condition or quality [adj SEEDIER, SEEDIEST] SEEKS <seek=v> [v] SEELS <seel=v> [v] SEELY {frail=adj} [adj] SEEMS <seem=v> [v] SEEPS <seep=v> [v] SEEPY soaked or oozing with water [adj SEEPIER, SEEPIEST] SEERS <seer=n> [n] SEGNI <segno=n> [n] SEGNO a musical sign [n -GNI or -GNOS] SEGOS <sego=n> [n] SEGUE to proceed without pause from one musical theme to another [v -GUED, -GUEI NG, -GUES] SEIFS <seif=n> [n] SEINE to catch fish with a large, vertically hanging net [v SEINED, SEINING, SEI NES] SEISE to {seize=v} [v SEISED, SEISING, SEISES] : SEISABLE [adj] SEISM an {earthquake=n} [n -S] : SEISMAL, SEISMIC [adj] SEIZE to take hold of suddenly and forcibly [v SEIZED, SEIZING, SEIZES] : SEIZAB LE [adj] SELAH a word of unknown meaning often marking the end of a verse in the Psalms [ n -S] SELFS <self=v> [v] SELLE a saddle [n -S] SELLS <sell=v> [v] SELVA a tropical rain forest [n -S] SEMEN a fluid produced in the male reproductive organs [n -MINA or -MENS] SEMES <seme=n> [n] SEMIS a coin of ancient Rome [n -MISES] SENDS <send=v> [v] SENGI a monetary unit of Zaire [n SENGI] SENNA a medicinal plant [n -S] SENOR a Spanish gentleman [n -S or -ES] SENSA <sensum=n> [n] SENSE to perceive by the senses (any of certain agencies through which an indivi dual receives impressions of the external world) [v SENSED, SENSING, SENSES] SENTE a monetary unit of Lesotho [n LICENTE or LISENTE] SENTI a former monetary unit of Tanzania [n SENTI] SEPAL one of the individual leaves of a calyx [n -S] : SEPALED, SEPALINE, SEPALL ED, SEPALOID, SEPALOUS [adj] SEPIA a brown pigment [n -S] : SEPIC [adj] SEPIC <sepia=n> [adj] SEPOY a native of India serving in the British army [n -POYS] SEPTA <septum=n> [n] SEPTS <sept=n> [n] SERAC a large mass of ice broken off of a glacier [n -S] SERAI a Turkish palace [n -S] SERAL pertaining to a series of ecological changes [adj] SERED <sere=v> [v] SERER <sere=adj> [adj] SERES <sere=v> [v] SERFS <serf=n> [n] SERGE to finish (a cut edge of a seam) with overcast stitches [v SERGED, SERGING , SERGES] SERIF a fine line used to finish off the main stroke of a letter [n -S] : SERIFE D, SERIFFED [adj] SERIN a European finch [n -S] SEROW an Asian antelope [n -S]

SERRY to crowd together [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] SERUM the watery portion of whole blood [n -RUMS or -RA] : SERUMAL [adj] SERVE to work for [v SERVED, SERVING, SERVES] SERVO an automatic device used to control another mechanism [n -VOS] SETAE <seta=n> [n] SETAL <seta=n> [adj] SETON a type of surgical thread [n -S] SETTS <sett=n> [n] SETUP the way something is arranged [n -S] SEVEN a number [n -S] SEVER to divide or cut into parts [v -ED, -ING, -S] SEWAN {seawan=n} [n -S] SEWAR a medieval servant [n -S] SEWED <sew=v> [v] SEWER to clean or maintain sewers (underground conduits for waste) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SEXED <sex=v> [v] SEXES <sex=v> [v] SEXTO {sixmo=n} [n -TOS] SEXTS <sext=n> [n] SHACK to live or dwell [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHADE to screen from light or heat [v SHADED, SHADING, SHADES] SHADS <shad=n> [n] SHADY shaded [adj SHADIER, SHADIEST] SHAFT to push or propel with a pole [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHAGS <shag=v> [v] SHAHS <shah=n> [n] SHAKE to move to and fro with short, rapid movements [v SHOOK, SHAKEN, SHAKING, SHAKES] : SHAKABLE [adj] SHAKO a type of military hat [n -KOS or -KOES] SHAKY shaking [adj SHAKIER, SHAKIEST] SHALE a fissile rock [n -S] SHALL used as an auxiliary to express futurity, inevitability, or command [v pre sent sing. 2d person SHALL or SHALT, past sing. 2d person SHOULD, SHOULDST, or S HOULDEST] SHALT <shall=v> [v] SHALY resembling {shale=n} [adj SHALIER, SHALIEST] SHAME to cause to feel a painful sense of guilt or degradation [v SHAMED, SHAMIN G, SHAMES] SHAMS <sham=v> [v] SHANK to hit sharply to the right, as a golf ball [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHAPE to give shape (outward form) to [v SHAPED, SHAPEN, SHAPING, SHAPES] : SHAP ABLE [adj] SHARD a fragment of broken pottery [n -S] SHARE to have, get, or use in common with another or others [v SHARED, SHARING, SHARES] : SHARABLE [adj] SHARK to live by trickery [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHARN cow dung [n -S] : SHARNY [adj] SHARP suitable for or capable of cutting or piercing [adj SHARPER, SHARPEST] / t o raise in pitch, as a musical tone [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHAUL to {shoal=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHAVE to sever the hair close to the roots [v SHAVED, SHAVEN, SHAVING, SHAVES] : SHAVABLE [adj] SHAWL to wrap in a shawl (a piece of cloth worn as a covering) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHAWM an early woodwind instrument [n -S] SHAWN <shaw=v> [v] SHAWS <shaw=v> [v] SHAYS <shay=n> [n] SHEAF to {sheave=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHEAL {shealing=n} [n -S]

SHEAR to cut the hair or wool from [v SHEARED or SHORE, SHORN, SHEARING, SHEARS] SHEAS <shea=n> [n] SHEDS <shed=v> [v] SHEEN to {shine=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHEEP a ruminant mammal [n SHEEP] SHEER of very thin texture [adj SHEERER, SHEEREST] : SHEERLY [adv] / to {swerve= v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHEET to cover with a sheet (a thin, rectangular piece of material) [v -ED, -ING , -S] SHEIK an Arab chief [n -S] SHELF a flat rigid structure used to support articles [n SHELVES] SHELL to divest of a shell (a hard outer covering) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHEND to {disgrace=v} [v SHENT, SHENDING, SHENDS] SHENT <shend=v> [v] SHEOL hell [n -S] SHERD {shard=n} [n -S] SHEWN <shew=v> [v] SHEWS <shew=v> [v] SHIED <shy=v> [v] SHIEL {shieling=n} [n -S] SHIER a horse having a tendency to shy [n -S] SHIES <shy=v> [v] SHIFT to move from one position to another [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHILL to act as a decoy [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHILY in a shy manner [adv] SHIMS <shim=v> [v] SHINE to emit light [v SHONE or SHINED, SHINING, SHINES] SHINS <shin=v> [v] SHINY filled with light [adj SHINIER, SHINIEST] SHIPS <ship=v> [v] SHIRE a territorial division of Great Britain [n -S] SHIRK to avoid work or duty [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHIRR to draw into three or more parallel rows, as cloth [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHIRT a garment for the upper part of the body [n -S] SHIST {schist=n} [n -S] SHIVA a period of mourning [n -S] SHIVE a thin fragment [n -S] SHIVS <shiv=n> [n] SHLEP to {schlep=v} [v SHLEPPED, SHLEPPING, SHLEPS] SHLUB {schlub=n} [n -S] SHOAL {shallow=adj} [adj SHOALER, SHOALEST] / to become {shallow=adj} [v -ED, -I NG, -S] SHOAT a young hog [n -S] SHOCK to strike with great surprise, horror, or disgust [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHOED <shoe=v> [v] SHOER one that shoes horses [n -S] SHOES <shoe=n> [n] SHOGI a Japanese game like chess [n -S] SHOGS <shog=v> [v] SHOJI a paper screen used as a partition or door in a Japanese house [n -S] SHONE <shine=v> [v] SHOOK a set of parts for assembling a barrel or packing [n -S] SHOOL to {shovel=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHOON <shoe=n> [n] SHOOS <shoo=v> [v] SHOOT to hit, wound, or kill with a missile discharged from a weapon [v SHOT, SH OOTING, SHOOTS] SHOPS <shop=v> [v] SHORE to prop with a supporting timber [v SHORED, SHORING, SHORES] SHORL {schorl=n} [n -S]

SHORN <shear=v> [v] SHORT having little length [adj SHORTER, SHORTEST] / to cause a type of electric al malfunction in [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHOTE {shoat=n} [n -S] SHOTS <shot=v> [v] SHOTT {chott=n} [n -S] SHOUT to utter loudly [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHOVE to push roughly [v SHOVED, SHOVING, SHOVES] SHOWN <show=v> [v] SHOWS <show=v> [v] SHOWY making a great or brilliant display [adj SHOWIER, SHOWIEST] SHOYU soy sauce [n -S] SHRED to tear into small strips [v SHREDDED, SHREDDING, SHREDS] SHREW to {curse=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHRIS <shri=n> [n] SHRUB a low, woody plant [n -S] SHRUG to raise and contract the shoulders [v SHRUGGED, SHRUGGING, SHRUGS] SHTIK {shtick=n} [n -S] SHUCK to remove the husk or shell from [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHULN <shul=n> [n] SHULS <shul=n> [n] SHUNS <shun=v> [v] SHUNT to turn aside [v -ED, -ING, -S] SHUSH to {silence=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] SHUTE to {chute=v} [v SHUTED, SHUTING, SHUTES] SHUTS <shut=v> [v] SHWAS <shwa=n> [n] SHYER {shier=n} [n -S] SHYLY in a shy manner [adv] SIALS <sial=n> [n] SIBBS <sibb=n> [n] SIBYL a female {prophet=n} [n -S] : SIBYLIC, SIBYLLIC [adj] SICES <sice=n> [n] SICKO {sickie=n} [n SICKOS] SICKS <sick=v> [v] SIDED <side=v> [v] SIDES <side=v> [v] SIDHE <sidh=n> [n] SIDLE to move sideways [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] SIEGE to attempt to capture or gain [v SIEGED, SIEGING, SIEGES] SIEUR an old French title of respect for a man [n -S] SIEVE to pass through a sieve (a utensil for separating the coarse parts from th e fine parts of loose matter) [v SIEVED, SIEVING, SIEVES] SIFTS <sift=v> [v] SIGHS <sigh=v> [v] SIGHT to observe or notice [v -ED, -ING, -S] SIGIL an official seal [n -S] SIGLA <siglum=n> [n] SIGMA a Greek letter [n -S] : SIGMATE [adj] SIGNA write on the label -- no other form of this imperative verb is used [v] SIGNS <sign=v> [v] SIKAS <sika=n> [n] SIKER {secure=adj} [adj] SIKES <sike=n> [n] SILDS <sild=n> [n] SILEX {silica=n} [n -ES] SILKS <silk=v> [v] SILKY resembling silk [adj SILKIER, SILKIEST] / a glossy-coated terrier [n SILKI ES] SILLS <sill=n> [n]

SILLY showing a lack of good sense [adj -LIER, -LIEST] : SILLILY [adv] / a silly person [n -LIES] SILOS <silo=v> [v] SILTS <silt=v> [v] SILTY full of silt [adj SILTIER, SILTIEST] SILVA {sylva=n} [n -VAS or -VAE] SIMAR a woman's light jacket or robe [n -S] SIMAS <sima=n> [n] SIMPS <simp=n> [n] SINCE from then until now [adv] SINES <sine=n> [n] SINEW to {strengthen=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SINGE to burn slightly [v SINGED, SINGEING, SINGES] SINGS <sing=v> [v] SINHS <sinh=n> [n] SINKS <sink=v> [v] SINUS a cranial cavity [n -ES] SIPED <sipe=v> [v] SIPES <sipe=v> [v] SIRED <sire=v> [v] SIREE {sirree=n} [n -S] SIREN a device that produces a penetrating warning sound [n -S] SIRES <sire=v> [v] SIRRA {sirrah=n} [n -S] SIRUP to {syrup=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SISAL a strong fiber used for rope [n -S] SISES <sis=n> [n] SISSY {sissyish=adj} [adj SISSIER, SISSIEST] / an effeminate man or boy [n -SIES ] SITAR a lute of India [n -S] SITED <site=v> [v] SITES <site=v> [v] SITUP an exercise in which one moves from a lying to a sitting position [n -S] SITUS a position or location [n -TUSES] SIVER a sewer [n -S] SIXES <six=n> [n] SIXMO a paper size [n -MOS] SIXTE a fencing parry [n -S] SIXTH one of six equal parts [n -S] SIXTY a number [n -TIES] SIZAR a British student who receives financial assistance from his college [n -S ] SIZED <size=v> [v] SIZER {sizar=n} [n -S] SIZES <size=v> [v] SKAGS <skag=n> [n] SKALD an ancient Scandinavian poet [n -S] : SKALDIC [adj] SKANK to dance in a loose-limbed manner [v -ED, -ING, -S] SKATE to glide over ice or the ground on skates (shoes fitted with runners or wh eels) [v SKATED, SKATING, SKATES] SKATS <skat=n> [n] SKEAN a type of dagger [n -S] SKEED <skee=v> [v] SKEEN {skean=n} [n -S] SKEES <skee=v> [v] SKEET the sport of shooting at clay pigeons hurled in the air by spring traps [n -S] SKEGS <skeg=n> [n] SKEIN to wind into long, loose coils [v -ED, -ING, -S] SKELL a homeless person [n -S]

SKELM {skellum=n} [n -S] SKELP to {slap=v} [v SKELPED or SKELPIT, SKELPING, SKELPS] SKENE {skean=n} [n -S] SKEPS <skep=n> [n] SKEWS <skew=v> [v] SKIDS <skid=v> [v] SKIED <ski=v> [v] SKIER one that {skis=v} [n -S] SKIES <sky=v> [v] SKIEY {skyey=adj} [adj] SKIFF a small, open boat [n -S] SKILL the ability to do something well [n -S] : SKILLED [adj] SKIMP to {scrimp=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SKIMS <skim=v> [v] SKINK to pour out or serve, as liquor [v -ED, -ING, -S] SKINS <skin=v> [v] SKINT having no money [adj] SKIPS <skip=v> [v] SKIRL to produce a shrill sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] SKIRR to move rapidly [v -ED, -ING, -S] SKIRT to go or pass around [v -ED, -ING, -S] SKITE to move away quickly [v SKITED, SKITING, SKITES] SKITS <skit=n> [n] SKIVE to {pare=v} [v SKIVED, SKIVING, SKIVES] SKOAL to drink to the health of [v -ED, -ING, -S] SKORT a pair of shorts that resembles a skirt [n -S] SKOSH a small amount [n -ES] SKUAS <skua=n> [n] SKULK to move about stealthily [v -ED, -ING, -S] SKULL to hit on the head [v -ED, -ING, -S] SKUNK to defeat overwhelmingly [v -ED, -ING, -S] SKYED <sky=v> [v] SKYEY resembling the sky [adj] SLABS <slab=v> [v] SLACK not tight or taut [adj SLACKER, SLACKEST] / to {slacken=v} [v -ED, -ING, S] SLAGS <slag=v> [v] SLAIN <slay=v> [v] SLAKE to {quench=v} [v SLAKED, SLAKING, SLAKES] : SLAKABLE [adj] SLAMS <slam=v> [v] SLANG to use slang (extremely informal or vulgar language) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SLANK <slink=v> [v] SLANT to deviate from the horizontal or vertical [v -ED, -ING, -S] SLAPS <slap=v> [v] SLASH to cut with violent sweeping strokes [v -ED, -ING, -ES] SLATE to cover with slate (a roofing material) [v SLATED, SLATING, SLATES] SLATS <slat=v> [v] SLATY resembling slate [adj SLATIER, SLATIEST] SLAVE to work like a slave (one who is owned by another) [v SLAVED, SLAVING, SLA VES] SLAWS <slaw=n> [n] SLAYS <slay=v> [v] SLEDS <sled=v> [v] SLEEK smooth and glossy [adj SLEEKER, SLEEKEST] / to make {sleek=adj} [v -ED, -I NG, -S] SLEEP to be in a natural, periodic state of rest [v SLEPT, SLEEPING, SLEEPS] SLEET to shower sleet (frozen rain) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SLEPT <sleep=v> [v] SLEWS <slew=v> [v] SLICE to cut into thin, flat pieces [v SLICED, SLICING, SLICES]

SLICK smooth and slippery [adj SLICKER, SLICKEST] / to make {slick=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SLIDE to move smoothly along a surface [v SLID, SLIDDEN, SLIDING, SLIDES] : SLID ABLE [adj] SLIER <sly=adj> [adj] SLILY in a sly manner [adv] SLIME to cover with slime (viscous mud) [v SLIMED, SLIMING, SLIMES] SLIMS <slim=v> [v] SLIMY resembling slime [adj SLIMIER, SLIMIEST] SLING to throw with a sudden motion [v SLUNG, SLINGING, SLINGS] SLINK to move stealthily [v SLUNK or SLANK or SLINKED, SLINKING, SLINKS] SLIPE to {peel=v} [v SLIPED, SLIPING, SLIPES] SLIPS <slip=v> [v] SLIPT <slip=v> [v] SLITS <slit=v> [v] SLOBS <slob=n> [n] SLOES <sloe=n> [n] SLOGS <slog=v> [v] SLOID {sloyd=n} [n -S] SLOJD {sloyd=n} [n -S] SLOOP a type of sailing vessel [n -S] SLOPE to {slant=v} [v SLOPED, SLOPING, SLOPES] SLOPS <slop=v> [v] SLOSH to move with a splashing motion [v -ED, -ING, -ES] SLOTH a slow-moving arboreal mammal [n -S] SLOTS <slot=v> [v] SLOWS <slow=v> [v] SLOYD a Swedish system of manual training [n -S] SLUBS <slub=v> [v] SLUED <slue=v> [v] SLUES <slue=v> [v] SLUFF to discard a card or cards [v -ED, -ING, -S] SLUGS <slug=v> [v] SLUMP to fall or sink suddenly [v -ED, -ING, -S] SLUMS <slum=v> [v] SLUNG <sling=v> [v] SLUNK <slink=v> [v] SLURB a poorly planned suburban area [n -S] : SLURBAN [adj] SLURP to eat or drink noisily [v -ED, -ING, -S] SLURS <slur=v> [v] SLUSH to splash with slush (partly melted snow) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] SLUTS <slut=n> [n] SLYER <sly=adj> [adj] SLYLY <sly=adj> [adv] SLYPE a narrow passage in an English cathedral [n -S] SMACK to strike sharply [v -ED, -ING, -S] SMALL of limited size or quantity [adj SMALLER, SMALLEST] / a small part [n -S] SMALT a blue pigment [n -S] SMARM trite sentimentality [n -S] SMART characterized by mental acuity [adj SMARTER, SMARTEST] / to cause a sharp, stinging pain [v -ED, -ING, -S] SMASH to shatter violently [v -ED, -ING, -ES] SMAZE an atmospheric mixture of smoke and haze [n -S] SMEAR to spread with a sticky, greasy, or dirty substance [v -ED, -ING, -S] SMEEK to {smoke=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SMELL to perceive by means of the olfactory nerves [v SMELLED or SMELT, SMELLING , SMELLS] SMELT to melt or fuse, as ores [v -ED, -ING, -S] SMERK to {smirk=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SMEWS <smew=n> [n]

SMILE to upturn the corners of the mouth in pleasure [v SMILED, SMILING, SMILES] SMIRK to smile in an affected or smug manner [v -ED, -ING, -S] SMITE to strike heavily [v SMOTE, SMIT or SMITTEN, SMITING, SMITES] SMITH a worker in metals [n -S] SMOCK to furnish with a smock (a loose outer garment) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SMOGS <smog=n> [n] SMOKE to emit smoke (the gaseous product of burning materials) [v SMOKED, SMOKIN G, SMOKES] : SMOKABLE [adj] SMOKY filled with smoke [adj SMOKIER, SMOKIEST] : SMOKILY [adv] SMOLT a young salmon [n -S] SMOTE <smite=v> [v] SMUSH to {smoosh=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] SMUTS <smut=v> [v] SNACK to eat a light meal [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNAFU to bring into a state of confusion [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNAGS <snag=v> [v] SNAIL to move slowly [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNAKE to move like a snake (a limbless reptile) [v SNAKED, SNAKING, SNAKES] SNAKY resembling a snake [adj SNAKIER, SNAKIEST] : SNAKILY [adv] SNAPS <snap=v> [v] SNARE to {trap=v} [v SNARED, SNARING, SNARES] SNARF to eat or drink greedily [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNARK an imaginary animal [n -S] SNARL to growl viciously [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNASH abusive language [n -ES] SNATH the handle of a scythe [n -S] SNAWS <snaw=v> [v] SNEAK to move stealthily [v SNEAKED or SNUCK, SNEAKING, SNEAKS] SNEAP to {chide=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNECK a latch [n -S] SNEDS <sned=v> [v] SNEER to curl the lip in contempt [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNELL {keen=adj} [adj SNELLER, SNELLEST] / to attach a short line to a fishhook [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNIBS <snib=v> [v] SNICK to {nick=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNIDE maliciously derogatory [adj SNIDER, SNIDEST] : SNIDELY [adv] SNIFF to inhale audibly through the nose [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNIPE to shoot at individuals from a concealed place [v SNIPED, SNIPING, SNIPES] SNIPS <snip=v> [v] SNITS <snit=n> [n] SNOBS <snob=n> [n] SNOGS <snog=v> [v] SNOOD to secure with a snood (a net or fabric cap for the hair) [v -ED, -ING, -S ] SNOOK to {sniff=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNOOL to yield meekly [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNOOP to pry about [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNOOT to treat with disdain [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNORE to breathe loudly while sleeping [v SNORED, SNORING, SNORES] SNORT to exhale noisily through the nostrils [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNOTS <snot=n> [n] SNOUT to provide with a nozzle [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNOWS <snow=v> [v] SNOWY abounding in snow [adj SNOWIER, SNOWIEST] SNUBS <snub=v> [v] SNUCK <sneak=v> [v] SNUFF to use or inhale snuff (powdered tobacco) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SNUGS <snug=v> [v] SNYES <snye=n> [n]

SOAKS SOAPS SOAPY SOARS SOAVE SOBAS SOBER =adj} SOCAS SOCKO SOCKS SOCLE SODAS SODDY SODIC SODOM SOFAR SOFAS SOFTA SOFTS SOFTY SOGGY SOILS SOJAS SOKES SOKOL SOLAN SOLAR SOLDI SOLDO SOLED SOLEI SOLES SOLID n -S] SOLON SOLOS SOLUM SOLUS SOLVE SOMAN SOMAS SONAR SONDE SONES SONGS SONIC SONLY SONNY SONSY SOOEY SOOKS SOOTH SOOTS SOOTY SOPHS SOPHY SOPOR SOPPY SORAS

<soak=v> [v] <soap=v> [v] containing or resembling soap [adj SOAPIER, SOAPIEST] <soar=v> [v] an Italian wine [n -S] <soba=n> [n] having control of one's faculties [adj SOBERER, SOBEREST] / to make {sober [v -ED, -ING, -S] <soca=n> [n] strikingly impressive [adj] <sock=n> [n] a block used as a base for a column or pedestal [n -S] <soda=n> [n] a house built of sod [n -DIES] <sodium=n> [adj] a place notorious for vice and corruption [n -S] a system for locating underwater explosions [n -S] <sofa=n> [n] a Muslim theological student [n -S] <soft=n> [n] a sentimental person [n SOFTIES] heavy with moisture [adj -GIER, -GIEST] : SOGGILY [adv] <soil=v> [v] <soja=n> [n] <soke=n> [n] an international group promoting physical fitness [n -S] a {gannet=n} [n -S] pertaining to the sun [adj] <soldo=n> [n] a former coin of Italy [n -DI] <sole=v> [v] <soleus=n> [n] <sole=v> [v] having definite shape and volume [adj -IDER, -IDEST] / a solid substance [ a wise lawgiver [n -S] <solo=n> [n] a soil layer [n -LA or -LUMS] {alone=adj} [adj] to find the answer or explanation for [v SOLVED, SOLVING, SOLVES] a toxic chemical warfare agent [n -S] <soma=n> [n] an underwater locating device [n -S] a device for observing atmospheric phenomena [n -S] <sone=n> [n] <song=n> [n] pertaining to sound [adj] pertaining to a {son=n} [adj] a small {boy=n} [n -NIES] {comely=adj} [adj -SIER, -SIEST] used in calling pigs [interj] <sook=n> [n] {true=adj} [adj SOOTHER, SOOTHEST] / {truth=n} [n -S] <soot=v> [v] covered with soot [adj SOOTIER, SOOTIEST] : SOOTILY [adv] <soph=n> [n] a ruler of Persia [n -PHIES] an abnormally deep sleep [n -S] very wet [adj -PIER, -PIEST] <sora=n> [n]

SORBS <sorb=v> [v] SORDS <sord=n> [n] SORED <sore=v> [v] SOREL {sorrel=n} [n -S] SORER <sore=adj> [adj] SORES <sore=v> [v] SORGO a variety of sorghum [n -GOS] SORNS <sorn=v> [v] SORRY feeling grief or penitence [adj -RIER, -RIEST] SORTA somewhat [adv] SORTS <sort=v> [v] SORUS a cluster of plant reproductive bodies [n -RI] SOTHS <soth=n> [n] SOTOL a flowering plant [n -S] SOUGH to make a moaning or sighing sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] SOUKS <souk=n> [n] SOULS <soul=n> [n] SOUND being in good health or condition [adj SOUNDER, SOUNDEST] / to make a soun d (something that stimulates the auditory receptors) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SOUPS <soup=v> [v] SOUPY {foggy=adj} [adj SOUPIER, SOUPIEST] SOURS <sour=v> [v] SOUSE to {immerse=v} [v SOUSED, SOUSING, SOUSES] SOUTH to move toward the south (a cardinal point of the compass) [v -ED, -ING, S] SOWAR a mounted native soldier in India [n -S] SOWED <sow=v> [v] SOWER one that {sows=v} [n -S] SOYAS <soya=n> [n] SOYUZ a Soviet manned spacecraft [n -ES] SOZIN a type of {protein=n} [n -S] SPACE to set some distance apart [v SPACED, SPACING, SPACES] SPACY {spacey=adj} [adj SPACIER, SPACIEST] SPADE to take up with a spade (a digging implement) [v SPADED, SPADING, SPADES] SPADO a castrated man or animal [n -DONES] SPAED <spae=v> [v] SPAES <spae=v> [v] SPAHI a Turkish cavalryman [n -S] SPAIL {spale=n} [n -S] SPAIT {spate=n} [n -S] SPAKE <speak=v> [v] SPALE a splinter or chip [n -S] SPALL to break up into fragments [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPAMS <spam=v> [v] SPANG {directly=adv} [adv] SPANK to slap on the buttocks [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPANS <span=v> [v] SPARE {meager=adj} [adj SPARER, SPAREST] : SPARELY [adv] / to refrain from punis hing, harming, or destroying [v SPARED, SPARING, SPARES] SPARK to give off sparks (small fiery particles) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPARS <spar=v> [v] SPASM to undergo an involuntary muscular contraction [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPATE a {freshet=n} [n -S] SPATS <spat=v> [v] SPAWN to deposit eggs [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPAYS <spay=v> [v] SPEAK to utter words [v SPOKE or SPAKE, SPOKEN, SPEAKING, SPEAKS] SPEAN to {wean=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPEAR to pierce with a spear (a long, pointed weapon) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPECK to mark with small spots [v -ED, -ING, -S]

SPECS {eyeglasses=n} [n] SPEED to move swiftly [v SPED or SPEEDED, SPEEDING, SPEEDS] SPEEL to {climb=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPEER to {inquire=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPEIL to {speel=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPEIR to {speer=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPELL to name or write the letters of in order [v SPELLED or SPELT, SPELLING, SP ELLS] SPELT a variety of wheat [n -S] SPEND to pay out [v SPENT, SPENDING, SPENDS] SPENT <spend=v> [v] SPERM a male {gamete=n} [n -S] : SPERMIC [adj] SPEWS <spew=v> [v] SPICA an ear of grain [n -CAE or -CAS] : SPICATE, SPICATED [adj] SPICE to season with a spice (an aromatic vegetable substance) [v SPICED, SPICIN G, SPICES] SPICY containing spices [adj SPICIER, SPICIEST] SPIED <spy=v> [v] SPIEL to talk at length [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPIER to {speer=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPIES <spy=v> [v] SPIFF to make {spiffy=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPIKE to fasten with a spike (a long, thick nail) [v SPIKED, SPIKING, SPIKES] SPIKY resembling a spike [adj SPIKIER, SPIKIEST] : SPIKILY [adv] SPILE to stop up with a wooden plug [v SPILED, SPILING, SPILES] SPILL to cause to run out of a container [v SPILLED or SPILT, SPILLING, SPILLS] SPILT <spill=v> [v] SPINE the vertebral column [n -S] : SPINED [adj] SPINS <spin=v> [v] SPINY bearing or covered with thorns [adj SPINIER, SPINIEST] SPIRE to rise in a tapering manner [v SPIRED, SPIRING, SPIRES] SPIRT to {spurt=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPIRY tall, slender, and tapering [adj SPIRIER, SPIRIEST] SPITE to treat with malice [v SPITED, SPITING, SPITES] SPITS <spit=v> [v] SPITZ a dog having a heavy coat [n -ES] SPIVS <spiv=n> [n] SPLAT to flatten on impact [v SPLATTED, SPLATTING, SPLATS] SPLAY to spread out [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPLIT to separate lengthwise [v SPLIT, SPLITTING, SPLITS] SPODE a fine china [n -S] SPOIL to impair the value or quality of [v SPOILED or SPOILT, SPOILING, SPOILS] SPOKE to provide with spokes (rods that support the rim of a wheel) [v SPOKED, S POKING, SPOKES] SPOOF to ridicule in fun [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPOOK to {scare=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPOOL to wind on a small cylinder [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPOON to take up with a spoon (a type of eating utensil) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPOOR to {track=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPORE to produce spores (asexual, usually single-celled reproductive bodies) [v SPORED, SPORING, SPORES] SPORT to {frolic=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPOTS <spot=v> [v] SPOUT to eject in a rapid stream [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPRAG a device used to prevent a vehicle from rolling backward [n -S] SPRAT a small {herring=n} [n -S] SPRAY to disperse in fine particles [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPREE an unrestrained indulgence in an activity [n -S] SPRIG to fasten with small, thin nails [v SPRIGGED, SPRIGGING, SPRIGS] SPRIT a ship's spar [n -S]

SPRUE a tropical disease [n -S] SPRUG a {sparrow=n} [n -S] SPUDS <spud=v> [v] SPUED <spue=v> [v] SPUES <spue=v> [v] SPUME to {foam=v} [v SPUMED, SPUMING, SPUMES] SPUMY {foamy=adj} [adj SPUMIER, SPUMIEST] SPUNK to begin to burn [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPURN to reject with contempt [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPURS <spur=v> [v] SPURT to gush forth [v -ED, -ING, -S] SPUTA <sputum=n> [n] SQUAB a young pigeon [n -S] SQUAD to form into squads (small organized groups) [v SQUADDED, SQUADDING, SQUAD S] SQUAT short and thick [adj SQUATTER, SQUATTEST] : SQUATLY [adv] / to sit on one' s heels [v SQUATTED, SQUATTING, SQUATS] SQUEG to oscillate in an irregular manner [v SQUEGGED, SQUEGGING, SQUEGS] SQUIB to {lampoon=v} [v SQUIBBED, SQUIBBING, SQUIBS] SQUID to fish for squid (ten-armed marine mollusks) [v SQUIDDED, SQUIDDING, SQUI DS] STABS <stab=v> [v] STACK to {pile=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] STADE an ancient Greek unit of length [n -S] STAFF to provide with a staff (a body of assistants) [v -ED, -ING, -S] STAGE to produce for public view [v STAGED, STAGING, STAGES] STAGS <stag=v> [v] STAGY having a theatrical quality [adj STAGIER, STAGIEST] STAID sober and sedate [adj STAIDER, STAIDEST] : STAIDLY [adv] STAIG a {colt=n} [n -S] STAIN to discolor or dirty [v -ED, -ING, -S] STAIR a rest for the foot used in going from one level to another [n -S] STAKE to fasten with a stake (a pointed piece of wood or metal) [v STAKED, STAKI NG, STAKES] STALE not fresh [adj STALER, STALEST] : STALELY [adv] / to become {stale=adj} [v STALED, STALING, STALES] STALK to pursue stealthily [v -ED, -ING, -S] STALL to stop the progress of [v -ED, -ING, -S] STAMP to bring the foot down heavily [v -ED, -ING, -S] STAND to assume or maintain an upright position [v STOOD, STANDING, STANDS] STANE to {stone=v} [v STANED, STANING, STANES] STANG to {sting=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] STANK a pond [n -S] STAPH any of various spherical bacteria [n -S] STARE to gaze fixedly [v STARED, STARING, STARES] STARK harsh in appearance [adj STARKER, STARKEST] : STARKLY [adv] STARS <star=v> [v] START to set out [v -ED, -ING, -S] STASH to store in a secret place [v -ED, -ING, -ES] STATE to set forth in words [v STATED, STATING, STATES] STATS <stat=n> [n] STAVE to drive or thrust away [v STAVED or STOVE, STAVING, STAVES] STAYS <stay=v> [v] STEAD to be of advantage to [v -ED, -ING, -S] STEAK a slice of meat [n -S] STEAL to take without right or permission [v STOLE or STAW, STOLEN, STEALING, ST EALS] STEAM to expose to steam (water in the form of vapor) [v -ED, -ING, -S] STEED a horse [n -S] STEEK to {shut=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S]

STEEL to cover with steel (a tough iron alloy) [v -ED, -ING, -S] STEEP inclined sharply [adj STEEPER, STEEPEST] / to soak in a liquid [v -ED, -IN G, -S] STEER to direct the course of [v -ED, -ING, -S] STEIN a beer mug [n -S] STELA an inscribed slab used as a monument [n -LAE or -LAI] : STELAR, STELENE [a dj] STELE the central portion of vascular tissue in a plant stem [n -S] : STELIC [ad j] STEMS <stem=v> [v] STENO a {stenographer=n} [n STENOS] STENT a tubular device inserted into a blood vessel [n -S] STEPS <step=v> [v] STERE a unit of volume [n -S] STERN {unyielding=adj} [adj STERNER, STERNEST] / the rear part of a ship [n -S] STETS <stet=v> [v] STEWS <stew=v> [v] STEWY having the characteristics of a stew (food cooked by stewing) [adj] STICH a line of poetry [n -S] : STICHIC [adj] STICK to support with slender pieces of wood [v -ED, -ING, -S] / to pierce with a pointed object [v STUCK, STICKING, STICKS] STIED <sty=v> [v] STIES <sty=v> [v] STIFF difficult to bend or stretch [adj STIFFER, STIFFEST] / to cheat someone by not paying [v -ED, -ING, -S] STILE a series of steps for passing over a fence or wall [n -S] STILL free from sound or motion [adj STILLER, STILLEST] / to make {still=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] STILT to raise on stilts (long, slender poles) [v -ED, -ING, -S] STIME a glimpse [n -S] STIMY to {stymie=v} [v -MIED, -MYING, -MIES] STING to prick painfully [v STUNG, STINGING, STINGS] STINK to emit a foul odor [v STANK or STUNK, STINKING, STINKS] STINT to {limit=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] STIPE a slender supporting part of a plant [n -S] : STIPED [adj] STIRK a young cow [n -S] STIRP {lineage=n} [n -S] STIRS <stir=v> [v] STOAE <stoa=n> [n] STOAI <stoa=n> [n] STOAS <stoa=n> [n] STOAT a weasel with a black-tipped tail [n -S] STOBS <stob=v> [v] STOCK to keep for future sale or use [v -ED, -ING, -S] STOGY a long, slender cigar [n -GIES] STOIC one who is indifferent to pleasure or pain [n -S] : STOICAL [adj] STOKE to supply a furnace with fuel [v STOKED, STOKING, STOKES] STOLE a long-wide scarf [n -S] : STOLED [adj] STOMA a minute opening in the epidermis of a plant organ [n -MAS or -MATA] STOMP to tread heavily [v -ED, -ING, -S] STONE to pelt with stones (pieces of concreted earthy or mineral matter) [v STON ED, STONING, STONES] : STONABLE [adj] STONY abounding in stones [adj STONIER, STONIEST] STOOD <stand=v> [v] STOOK to stack upright in a field for drying, as bundles of grain [v -ED, -ING, -S] STOOL to {defecate=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] STOOP to bend the body forward and down [v -ED, -ING, -S] STOPE to excavate in layers, as ore [v STOPED, STOPING, STOPES] STOPS <stop=v> [v]

STOPT <stop=v> [v] STORE to put away for future use [v STORED, STORING, STORES] STORK a wading bird [n -S] STORM to blow violently [v -ED, -ING, -S] STORY to relate as a story (an account of an event or series of events) [v -RIED , -RYING, -RIES] STOSS facing the direction from which a glacier moves [adj] STOTS <stot=v> [v] STOTT to {stot=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] STOUP a basin for holy water [n -S] STOUR dust [n -S] STOUT {fat=adj} [adj STOUTER, STOUTEST] / a strong, dark ale [n -S] STOVE a heating apparatus [n -S] STOWP {stoup=n} [n -S] STOWS <stow=v> [v] STRAP to fasten with a strap (a narrow strip of flexible material) [v STRAPPED, STRAPPING, STRAPS] STRAW to cover with straw (stalks of threshed grain) [v -ED, -ING, -S] STRAY to wander from the proper area or course [v -ED, -ING, -S] STREP any of various spherical or oval bacteria [n -S] STREW to scatter about [v STREWED, STREWN, STREWING, STREWS] STRIA a thin groove, stripe, or streak [n STRIAE] STRIP to remove the outer covering from [v STRIPPED or STRIPT, STRIPPING, STRIPS ] STROP to sharpen on a strip of leather [v STROPPED, STROPPING, STROPS] STROW to {strew=v} [v STROWED, STROWN, STROWING, STROWS] STROY to {destroy=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] STRUM to play a stringed instrument by running the fingers lightly across the st rings [v STRUMMED, STRUMMING, STRUMS] STRUT to walk with a pompous air [v STRUTTED, STRUTTING, STRUTS] STUBS <stub=v> [v] STUCK <stick=v> [v] STUDS <stud=v> [v] STUDY to apply the mind to the acquisition of knowledge [v STUDIED, STUDYING, ST UDIES] STUFF to fill or pack tightly [v -ED, -ING, -S] STULL a supporting timber in a mine [n -S] STUMP to {baffle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] STUMS <stum=v> [v] STUNG <sting=v> [v] STUNK <stink=v> [v] STUNS <stun=v> [v] STUNT to hinder the normal growth of [v -ED, -ING, -S] STUPA a Buddhist shrine [n -S] STUPE a medicated cloth to be applied to a wound [n -S] STURT {contention=n} [n -S] STYED <sty=v> [v] STYES <stye=n> [n] STYLE to {name=v} [v STYLED, STYLING, STYLES] STYLI <stylus=n> [n] STYMY to {stymie=v} [v -MIED, -MYING, -MIES] SUAVE smoothly affable and polite [adj SUAVER, SUAVEST] : SUAVELY [adv] SUBAH a province of India [n -S] SUBAS <suba=n> [n] SUBER {phellem=n} [n -S] SUCKS <suck=v> [v] SUCKY extremely objectionable [adj SUCKIER, SUCKIEST] SUCRE a monetary unit of Ecuador [n -S] SUDDS <sudd=n> [n] SUDOR sweat [n -S] : SUDORAL [adj]

SUDSY {foamy=adj} [adj SUDSIER, SUDSIEST] SUEDE to finish leather with a soft, napped surface [v SUEDED, SUEDING, SUEDES] SUERS <suer=n> [n] SUETS <suet=n> [n] SUETY <suet=n> [adj] SUGAR to cover with sugar (a sweet carbohydrate) [v -ED, -ING, -S] SUGHS <sugh=v> [v] SUING <sue=v> [v] SUINT a natural grease found in the wool of sheep [n -S] SUITE a series of things forming a unit [n -S] SUITS <suit=v> [v] SULCI <sulcus=n> [n] SULFA a bacteria-inhibiting drug [n -S] SULFO {sulfonic=adj} [adj] SULKS <sulk=v> [v] SULKY sullenly aloof or withdrawn [adj SULKIER, SULKIEST] : SULKILY [adv] / a li ght horse-drawn vehicle [n SULKIES] SULLY to {soil=v} [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES] SULUS <sulu=n> [n] SUMAC a flowering tree or shrub [n -S] SUMMA a comprehensive work covering a specific subject [n -MAE or -MAS] SUMOS <sumo=n> [n] SUMPS <sump=n> [n] SUNNA the body of traditional Muslim law [n -S] SUNNS <sunn=n> [n] SUNNY filled with sunlight [adj -NIER, -NIEST] : SUNNILY [adv] SUNUP {sunrise=n} [n -S] SUPER to reinforce with a thin cotton mesh, as a book [v -ED, -ING, -S] SUPES <supe=n> [n] SUPRA above [adv] SURAH a silk fabric [n -S] SURAL pertaining to the calf of the leg [adj] SURAS <sura=n> [n] SURDS <surd=n> [n] SURER <sure=adj> [adj] SURFS <surf=v> [v] SURFY abounding in breaking waves [adj SURFIER, SURFIEST] SURGE to move in a swelling manner [v SURGED, SURGING, SURGES] SURGY surging [adj] SURLY sullenly rude [adj -LIER, -LIEST] : SURLILY [adv] SURRA a disease of domestic animals [n -S] SUSHI a dish of cold rice cakes topped with strips of raw fish [n -S] SUTRA a Hindu aphorism [n -S] SUTTA {sutra=n} [n -S] SWABS <swab=v> [v] SWAGE to shape with a hammering tool [v SWAGED, SWAGING, SWAGES] SWAGS <swag=v> [v] SWAIL {swale=n} [n -S] SWAIN a country boy [n -S] : SWAINISH [adj] SWALE a tract of low, marshy ground [n -S] SWAMI a Hindu religious teacher [n -S] SWAMP to {inundate=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SWAMY {swami=n} [n -MIES] SWANG <swing=v> [v] SWANK imposingly elegant [adj SWANKER, SWANKEST] / to {swagger=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SWANS <swan=v> [v] SWAPS <swap=v> [v] SWARD to cover with turf [v -ED, -ING, -S] SWARE <swear=v> [v]

SWARF material removed by a cutting tool [n -S] SWARM to move in a large group [v -ED, -ING, -S] SWART {swarthy=adj} [adj] SWASH to {swagger=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] SWATH a row of cut grass or grain [n -S] SWATS <swat=v> [v] SWAYS <sway=v> [v] SWEAR to utter a solemn oath [v SWORE or SWARE, SWORN, SWEARING, SWEARS] SWEAT to {perspire=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SWEDE a {rutabaga=n} [n -S] SWEEP to clear or clean with a brush or broom [v SWEPT, SWEEPING, SWEEPS] SWEER {lazy=adj} [adj] SWEET pleasing to the taste [adj SWEETER, SWEETEST] / something that is sweet [n -S] SWELL {stylish=adj} [adj SWELLER, SWELLEST] / to increase in size or volume [v S WELLED, SWOLLEN, SWELLING, SWELLS] SWEPT <sweep=v> [v] SWIFT moving with a great rate of motion [adj SWIFTER, SWIFTEST] / a fast-flying bird [n -S] SWIGS <swig=v> [v] SWILL to {swig=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SWIMS <swim=v> [v] SWINE a domestic pig [n SWINE] SWING to move freely back and forth [v SWUNG or SWANG, SWINGING, SWINGS] SWINK to {toil=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SWIPE to strike with a sweeping blow [v SWIPED, SWIPING, SWIPES] SWIRL to move with a whirling motion [v -ED, -ING, -S] SWISH to move with a prolonged hissing sound [v -ED, -ING, -ES] SWISS a cotton fabric [n -ES] SWITH {quickly=adv} [adv] SWIVE to copulate with [v SWIVED, SWIVING, SWIVES] SWOBS <swob=v> [v] SWOON to {faint=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SWOOP to make a sudden descent [v -ED, -ING, -S] SWOPS <swop=v> [v] SWORD a weapon having a long blade for cutting or thrusting [n -S] SWORE <swear=v> [v] SWORN <swear=v> [v] SWOTS <swot=v> [v] SWOUN to {swoon=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SWUNG <swing=v> [v] SYCEE fine uncoined silver formerly used in China as money [n -S] SYCES <syce=n> [n] SYKES <syke=n> [n] SYLIS <syli=n> [n] SYLPH a slender, graceful girl or woman [n -S] : SYLPHIC, SYLPHISH, SYLPHY [adj] SYLVA the forest trees of an area [n -VAS or -VAE] SYNCH to {sync=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] SYNCS <sync=v> [v] SYNOD a church council [n -S] : SYNODAL, SYNODIC [adj] SYNTH a {synthesizer=n} [n -S] SYPHS <syph=n> [n] SYREN {siren=n} [n -S] SYRUP to sweeten with a thick sweet liquid [v -ED, -ING, -S] SYSOP the administrator of a computer bulletin board [n -S] TABBY to give a wavy appearance to [v -BIED, -BYING, -BIES] TABER to {tabor=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] TABES a syphilitic disease [n TABES] TABID affected with tabes [adj] TABLA a small drum [n -S]

TABLE to place on a table (a piece of furniture having a flat upper surface) [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] TABOO to exclude from use, approach, or mention [v -ED, -ING, -S] TABOR to beat on a small drum [v -ED, -ING, -S] TABUN a chemical compound [n -S] TABUS <tabu=v> [v] TACES <tace=n> [n] TACET be silent -- used as a musical direction [interj] TACHE a clasp or buckle [n -S] TACHS <tach=n> [n] TACIT unspoken [adj] : TACITLY [adv] TACKS <tack=v> [v] TACKY adhesive [adj TACKIER, TACKIEST] TACOS <taco=n> [n] TACTS <tact=n> [n] TAELS <tael=n> [n] TAFFY a chewy candy [n -FIES] TAFIA an inferior rum [n -S] TAHRS <tahr=n> [n] TAIGA a subarctic evergreen forest [n -S] TAILS <tail=v> [v] TAINS <tain=n> [n] TAINT to touch or affect slightly with something bad [v -ED, -ING, -S] TAJES <taj=n> [n] TAKAS <taka=n> [n] TAKEN <take=v> [v] TAKER one that {takes=v} [n -S] TAKES <take=v> [v] TAKIN a goatlike mammal [n -S] TALAR a long cloak [n -S] TALAS <tala=n> [n] TALCS <talc=v> [v] TALER a former German coin [n -S] TALES <tale=n> [n] TALKS <talk=v> [v] TALKY tending to talk a great deal [adj TALKIER, TALKIEST] TALLS <tall=n> [n] TALLY to {count=v} [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES] TALON a claw of a bird of prey [n -S] : TALONED [adj] TALUK an estate in India [n -S] TALUS a slope formed by an accumulation of rock debris [n -ES] / a bone of the f oot [n -LI] TAMAL {tamale=n} [n -S] TAMED <tame=v> [v] TAMER one that {tames=v} [n -S] TAMES <tame=v> [v] TAMIS a strainer made of cloth mesh [n -ISES] TAMMY a fabric of mixed fibers [n -MIES] TAMPS <tamp=v> [v] TANGA a former monetary unit of Tajikistan [n TANGA] TANGO to perform a Latin-American dance [v -ED, -ING, -S] TANGS <tang=v> [v] TANGY {pungent=adj} [adj TANGIER, TANGIEST] TANKA a Japanese verse form [n -S] TANKS <tank=v> [v] TANSY a perennial herb [n -SIES] TANTO so much -- used as a musical direction [adv] TAPAS <tapa=n> [n] TAPED <tape=v> [v] TAPER to become gradually narrower toward one end [v -ED, -ING, -S]

TAPES <tape=v> [v] TAPIR a hoofed mammal [n -S] TAPIS material used for wall hangings and floor coverings [n -PISES] TARDO slow -- used as a musical direction [adj] TARDY {late=adj} [adj TARDIER, TARDIEST] : TARDILY [adv] / an instance of being late [n -DIES] TARED <tare=v> [v] TARES <tare=v> [v] TARGE a small, round shield [n -S] TARNS <tarn=n> [n] TAROC {tarok=n} [n -S] TAROK a card game [n -S] TAROS <taro=n> [n] TAROT any of a set of playing cards used for fortune-telling [n -S] TARPS <tarp=n> [n] TARRE to urge to action [v TARRED, TARRING, TARRES] TARRY resembling tar [adj -RIER, -RIEST] / to delay or be slow in acting or doin g [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] TARSI <tarsus=n> [n] TARTS <tart=v> [v] TARTY suggestive of a prostitute [adj TARTIER, TARTIEST] : TARTILY [adv] TASKS <task=v> [v] TASSE {tasset=n} [n -S] TASTE to perceive the flavor of by taking into the mouth [v TASTED, TASTING, TAS TES] : TASTABLE [adj] TASTY pleasant to the taste [adj TASTIER, TASTIEST] : TASTILY [adv] TATAR a ferocious person [n -S] TATER a {potato=n} [n -S] TATES <tate=n> [n] TATTY {shabby=adj} [adj -TIER, -TIEST] TAUNT to challenge or reproach sarcastically [v -ED, -ING, -S] TAUON an unstable lepton [n -S] TAUPE a dark gray color [n -S] TAUTS <taut=v> [v] TAWED <taw=v> [v] TAWER one that {taws=v} [n -S] TAWIE {docile=adj} [adj] TAWNY light brown [adj -NIER, -NIEST] : TAWNILY [adv] / a light brown color [n NIES] TAWSE to {flog=v} [v TAWSED, TAWSING, TAWSES] TAXED <tax=v> [v] TAXER one that {taxes=v} [n -S] TAXES <tax=v> [v] TAXIS <taxi=v> [v] TAXOL a medicinal substance from a yew tree [n -S] TAXON a unit of scientific classification [n TAXA or TAXONS] TAXUS an evergreen tree or shrub [n TAXUS] TAZZA an ornamental bowl [n -ZAS or -ZE] TAZZE <tazza=n> [n] TEACH to impart knowledge or skill to [v TAUGHT, TEACHING, TEACHES] TEAKS <teak=n> [n] TEALS <teal=n> [n] TEAMS <team=v> [v] TEARS <tear=v> [v] TEARY {tearful=adj} [adj TEARIER, TEARIEST] TEASE to make fun of [v TEASED, TEASING, TEASES] : TEASABLE [adj] TEATS <teat=n> [n] TECHS <tech=n> [n] TECHY {tetchy=adj} [adj TECHIER, TECHIEST] : TECHILY [adv] TECTA <tectum=n> [n]

TEDDY a woman's undergarment [n -DIES] TEELS <teel=n> [n] TEEMS <teem=v> [v] TEENS <teen=n> [n] TEENY {tiny=adj} [adj -NIER, -NIEST] TEETH <tooth=n> [n] TEFFS <teff=n> [n] TEGGS <tegg=n> [n] TEGUA a type of {moccasin=n} [n -S] TEIID a tropical American lizard [n -S] TEIND a tithe [n -S] TELAE <tela=n> [n] TELCO a telecommunications company [n -COS] TELES <tele=n> [n] TELEX to send a message by a type of telegraphic system [v -ED, -ING, -ES] TELIA <telium=n> [n] TELIC directed toward a goal [adj] TELLS <tell=v> [v] TELLY a television set [n -LIES or -LYS] TELOI <telos=n> [n] TELOS an ultimate end [n TELOI] TEMPI <tempo=n> [n] TEMPO the rate of speed of a musical piece [n -PI or -POS] TEMPS <temp=n> [n] TEMPT to entice to commit an unwise or immoral act [v -ED, -ING, -S] TENCH a freshwater fish [n -ES] TENDS <tend=v> [v] TENDU an Asian ebony tree [n -S] TENET a principle, belief, or doctrine held to be true [n -S] TENGE a monetary unit of Kazakhstan [n TENGE] TENIA a {tapeworm=n} [n -NIAE or -NIAS] TENON to unite by means of a tenon (a projection on the end of a piece of wood) [v -ED, -ING, -S] TENOR a high male singing voice [n -S] TENSE {taut=adj} [adj TENSER, TENSEST] : TENSELY [adv] / to make {tense=adj} [v TENSED, TENSING, TENSES] TENTH one of ten equal parts [n -S] TENTS <tent=v> [v] TENTY {watchful=adj} [adj TENTIER, TENTIEST] TEPAL a division of a perianth [n -S] TEPAS <tepa=n> [n] TEPEE a conical tent of some North American Indians [n -S] TEPID moderately warm [adj] : TEPIDLY [adv] TEPOY {teapoy=n} [n -POYS] TERAI a sun hat with a wide brim [n -S] TERCE {tierce=n} [n -S] TERGA <tergum=n> [n] TERMS <term=v> [v] TERNE an alloy of lead and tin [n -S] TERNS <tern=n> [n] TERRA earth; land [n -RAE] TERRY an absorbent fabric [n -RIES] TERSE {succinct=adj} [adj TERSER, TERSEST] : TERSELY [adv] TESLA a unit of magnetic induction [n -S] TESTA the hard outer coating of a seed [n -TAE] TESTS <test=v> [v] TESTY {irritable=adj} [adj TESTIER, TESTIEST] TETHS <teth=n> [n] TETRA a tropical fish [n -S] TETRI a monetary unit of the Republic of Georgia [n -S]

TEUCH {teugh=adj} [adj] TEUGH {tough=adj} [adj] : TEUGHLY [adv] TEWED <tew=v> [v] TEXAS the uppermost structure on a steamboat [n -ES] TEXTS <text=n> [n] THACK to {thatch=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] THANE a man holding land by military service in Anglo-Saxon England [n -S] THANK to express gratitude to [v -ED, -ING, -S] THARM the belly [n -S] THAWS <thaw=v> [v] THEBE a monetary unit of Botswana [n -S] THECA a protective anatomical covering [n -CAE] : THECAL, THECATE [adj] THEFT the act of stealing [n -S] THEGN {thane=n} [n -S] : THEGNLY [adj] THEIN {theine=n} [n -S] THEIR a possessive form of the pronoun they [pron] THEME to plan something according to a central subject [v THEMED, THEMING, THEME S] THENS <then=n> [n] THERE that place [n -S] THERM a unit of quantity of heat [n -S] THESE <this=pron> [pron] THESP an {actor=n} [n -S] THETA a Greek letter [n -S] THEWS <thew=n> [n] THEWY {brawny=adj} [adj THEWIER, THEWIEST] THICK having relatively great extent from one surface to its opposite [adj THICK ER, THICKEST] / the thickest part [n -S] THIEF one that {steals=v} [n THIEVES] THIGH a part of the leg [n -S] : THIGHED [adj] THILL a shaft of a vehicle [n -S] THINE a possessive form of the pronoun thou [pron] THING an inanimate object [n -S] THINK to formulate in the mind [v THOUGHT, THINKING, THINKS] THINS <thin=v> [v] THIOL a sulfur compound [n -S] : THIOLIC [adj] THIRD one of three equal parts [n -S] THIRL to {thrill=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] THOLE to {endure=v} [v THOLED, THOLING, THOLES] THONG a narrow strip of leather used for binding [n -S] : THONGED [adj] THORN to prick with a thorn (a sharp, rigid projection on a plant) [v -ED, -ING, -S] THORO {thorough=adj} [adj] THORP a small {village=n} [n -S] THOSE <that=pron> [pron] THOUS <thou=v> [v] THRAW to {twist=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] THREE a number [n -S] THREW <throw=v> [v] THRIP a British coin [n -S] THROB to {pulsate=v} [v THROBBED, THROBBING, THROBS] THROE a violent spasm of pain [n -S] THROW to propel through the air with a movement of the arm [v THREW, THROWN, THR OWING, THROWS] THRUM to play a stringed instrument idly or monotonously [v THRUMMED, THRUMMING, THRUMS] THUDS <thud=v> [v] THUGS <thug=n> [n] THUJA an evergreen tree or shrub [n -S] THUMB to leaf through with the thumb (the short, thick digit of the human hand)

[v -ED, -ING, -S] THUMP to strike so as to make a dull, heavy sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] THUNK to make a sudden, muffled sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] THURL the hip joint in cattle [n -S] THUYA {thuja=n} [n -S] THYME an aromatic herb [n -S] THYMI <thymus=n> [n] THYMY abounding in {thyme=n} [adj THYMIER, THYMIEST] TIARA a jeweled headpiece worn by women [n -S] : TIARAED [adj] TIBIA a bone of the leg [n -IAE or -IAS] : TIBIAL [adj] TICAL a former Thai unit of weight [n -S] TICKS <tick=v> [v] TIDAL pertaining to the tides [adj] : TIDALLY [adv] TIDED <tide=v> [v] TIDES <tide=v> [v] TIERS <tier=v> [v] TIFFS <tiff=v> [v] TIGER a large feline mammal [n -S] TIGHT firmly or closely fixed in place [adj TIGHTER, TIGHTEST] : TIGHTLY [adv] TIGON {tiglon=n} [n -S] TIKES <tike=n> [n] TIKIS <tiki=n> [n] TIKKA an Indian dish of meat cooked on a skewer [n -S] TILAK a mark worn on the forehead by Hindus [n -S] TILDE a mark placed over a letter to indicate its sound [n -S] TILED <tile=v> [v] TILER one that {tiles=v} [n -S] TILES <tile=v> [v] TILLS <till=v> [v] TILTH {tillage=n} [n -S] TILTS <tilt=v> [v] TIMED <time=v> [v] TIMER one that {times=v} [n -S] TIMES <time=v> [v] TIMID lacking courage or self-confidence [adj -IDER, -IDEST] : TIMIDLY [adv] TINCT to {tinge=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] TINEA a fungous skin disease [n -S] : TINEAL [adj] TINED <tine=v> [v] TINES <tine=v> [v] TINGE to apply a trace of color to [v TINGED, TINGEING or TINGING, TINGES] TINGS <ting=v> [v] TINNY of or resembling tin [adj -NIER, -NIEST] TINTS <tint=v> [v] TIPIS <tipi=n> [n] TIPPY {unsteady=adj} [adj -PIER, -PIEST] TIPSY slightly drunk [adj -SIER, -SIEST] TIRED sapped of strength [adj TIREDER, TIREDEST] : TIREDLY [adv] TIRES <tire=v> [v] TIRLS <tirl=v> [v] TIROS <tiro=n> [n] TITAN a person of great size [n -S] TITER the strength of a chemical solution [n -S] TITHE to pay a tithe (a small tax) [v TITHED, TITHING, TITHES] TITIS <titi=n> [n] TITLE to furnish with a title (a distinctive appellation) [v TITLED, TITLING, TI TLES] TITRE {titer=n} [n -S] TITTY a {teat=n} [n -TIES] TIZZY a state of nervous confusion [n -ZIES] TOADS <toad=n> [n]

TOADY TOAST TODAY TODDY TOEAS TOFFS TOFFY TOFTS TOFUS TOGAE TOGAS TOGUE TOILE TOILS TOITS TOKAY TOKED TOKEN TOKER TOKES TOLAN TOLAR TOLAS TOLED TOLES TOLLS TOLUS TOLYL TOMAN TOMBS TOMES TOMMY TONAL TONDI TONDO TONED TONER TONES TONEY TONGA TONGS TONIC TONNE TONUS TOOLS TOONS TOOTH rnish TOOTS TOPAZ TOPED TOPEE TOPER TOPES TOPHE TOPHI TOPHS TOPIC TOPIS TOPOI

to engage in servile flattering [v TOADIED, TOADYING, TOADIES] to brown by exposure to heat [v -ED, -ING, -S] the present day [n -DAYS] an alcoholic beverage [n -DIES] <toea=n> [n] <toff=n> [n] {toffee=n} [n -FIES] <toft=n> [n] <tofu=n> [n] <toga=n> [n] <toga=n> [n] a freshwater fish [n -S] a sheer linen fabric [n -S] <toil=v> [v] <toit=v> [v] a Malaysian gecko [n -KAYS] <toke=v> [v] to serve as a sign of [v -ED, -ING, -S] one that {tokes=v} [n -S] <toke=v> [v] a chemical compound [n -S] a monetary unit of Slovenia [n -LARS or -LARJEV] <tola=n> [n] <tole=v> [v] <tole=v> [v] <toll=v> [v] <tolu=n> [n] a univalent chemical radical [n -S] a coin of Iran [n -S] <tomb=v> [v] <tome=n> [n] a loaf of bread [n -MIES] pertaining to tone [adj] : TONALLY [adv] <tondo=n> [n] a circular painting [n -DI or -DOS] <tone=v> [v] one that {tones=v} [n -S] <tone=v> [v] {tony=adj} [adj TONIER, TONIEST] a light cart used in India [n -S] <tong=v> [v] something that invigorates or refreshes [n -S] a unit of weight [n -S] a normal state of tension in muscle tissue [n -ES] <tool=v> [v] <toon=n> [n] one of the hard structures attached in a row to each jaw [n TEETH] / to fu with toothlike projections [v -ED, -ING, -S] a woman or girl -- usually used as a form of address [n -ES] a mineral [n -ES] : TOPAZINE [adj] <tope=v> [v] {topi=n} [n -S] one that {topes=v} [n -S] <tope=v> [v] {tufa=n} [n -S] <tophus=n> [n] <toph=n> [n] a subject of discourse [n -S] : TOPICAL [adj] <topi=n> [n] <topos=n> [n]

TOPOS a stock rhetorical theme [n -POI] TOQUE a close-fitting woman's hat [n -S] TORAH the body of Jewish law [n -RAHS, -ROTH, or -ROT] TORAS <tora=n> [n] TORCH to set on fire [v -ED, -ING, -ES] TORCS <torc=n> [n] TORES <tore=n> [n] TORIC a lens designed to correct astigmatism [n -S] TORII the gateway of a Japanese temple [n TORII] TOROS <toro=n> [n] TOROT <torah=n> [n] TORRS <torr=n> [n] TORSE a wreath of twisted silks [n -S] TORSI <torso=n> [n] TORSK a marine food fish [n -S] TORSO the trunk of the human body [n -SI or -SOS] TORTA a flat heap of moist, crushed silver ore prepared for the patio process [n -S] TORTE a rich cake [n TORTEN or TORTES] TORTS <tort=n> [n] TORUS a large convex molding [n -RI] TOTAL to ascertain the entire amount of [v -TALED, -TALING, -TALS or -TALLED, -T ALLING, -TALS] TOTED <tote=v> [v] TOTEM a natural object serving as the emblem of a family or clan [n -S] : TOTEMI C [adj] TOTER one that {totes=v} [n -S] TOTES <tote=v> [v] TOUCH to be in or come into contact with [v -ED, -ING, -ES] TOUGH strong and resilient [adj TOUGHER, TOUGHEST] / to endure hardship [v -ED, -ING, -S] TOURS <tour=v> [v] TOUSE to {tousle=v} [v TOUSED, TOUSING, TOUSES] TOUTS <tout=v> [v] TOWED <tow=v> [v] TOWEL to wipe with a towel (an absorbent cloth) [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED , -ELLING, -ELS] TOWER to rise to a great height [v -ED, -ING, -S] TOWIE a form of contract bridge for three players [n -S] TOWNS <town=n> [n] TOWNY {townie=n} [n TOWNIES] TOXIC {toxin=n} [n -S] : TOXICAL [adj] TOXIN a poisonous substance [n -S] TOYED <toy=v> [v] TOYER one that {toys=v} [n -S] TOYON an ornamental evergreen shrub [n -S] TOYOS <toyo=n> [n] TRACE to follow the course of [v TRACED, TRACING, TRACES] TRACK to follow the marks left by an animal, a person, or a vehicle [v -ED, -ING , -S] TRACT an expanse of land [n -S] TRADE to give in exchange for another commodity [v TRADED, TRADING, TRADES] : TR ADABLE [adj] TRAGI <tragus=n> [n] TRAIK to {trudge=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] TRAIL to drag along a surface [v -ED, -ING, -S] TRAIN to instruct systematically [v -ED, -ING, -S] TRAIT a distinguishing characteristic [n -S] TRAMP to walk with a firm, heavy step [v -ED, -ING, -S] TRAMS <tram=v> [v]

TRANK a drug that tranquilizes [n -S] TRANQ {trank=n} [n -S] TRANS characterized by the arrangement of different atoms on opposite sides of t he molecule [adj] TRAPS <trap=v> [v] TRAPT <trap=v> [v] TRASH to free from trash (worthless or waste matter) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] TRASS a volcanic rock [n -ES] TRAVE a frame for confining a horse [n -S] TRAWL to fish by dragging a net along the sea bottom [v -ED, -ING, -S] TRAYS <tray=n> [n] TREAD to walk on, over, or along [v TROD, TRODE, or TREADED, TRODDEN, TREADING, TREADS] TREAT to behave in a particular way toward [v -ED, -ING, -S] TREED <tree=v> [v] TREEN an article made from wood [n -S] TREES <tree=v> [v] TREKS <trek=v> [v] TREND to take a particular course [v -ED, -ING, -S] TRESS a long lock of hair [n -ES] : TRESSED [adj] TRETS <tret=n> [n] TREWS close-fitting tartan trousers [n] TREYS <trey=n> [n] TRIAC an electronic device used to control power [n -S] TRIAD a group of three [n -S] TRIAL a judicial examination [n -S] TRIBE a group of people sharing a common ancestry, language, and culture [n -S] TRICE to haul up with a rope [v TRICED, TRICING, TRICES] TRICK to {deceive=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] TRIED <try=v> [v] TRIER one that {tries=v} [n -S] TRIES <try=v> [v] TRIGO {wheat=n} [n -GOS] TRIGS <trig=v> [v] TRIKE a {tricycle=n} [n -S] TRILL to sing or play with a vibrating effect [v -ED, -ING, -S] TRIMS <trim=v> [v] TRINE to place in a particular astrological position [v TRINED, TRINING, TRINES] TRIOL a type of chemical compound [n -S] TRIOS <trio=n> [n] TRIPE a part of the stomach of a ruminant that is used as food [n -S] TRIPS <trip=v> [v] TRITE used so often as to be made commonplace [adj TRITER, TRITEST] : TRITELY [a dv] TROAK to {troke=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] TROCK to {troke=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] TRODE <tread=v> [v] TROGS <trog=n> [n] TROIS the number three [n TROIS] TROKE to {exchange=v} [v TROKED, TROKING, TROKES] TROLL to fish with a slowly trailing line [v -ED, -ING, -S] TROMP to {tramp=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] TRONA a mineral [n -S] TRONE a weighing device [n -S] TROOP to move or gather in crowds [v -ED, -ING, -S] TROOZ {trews=n} [n] TROPE the figurative use of a word [n -S] TROTH to {betroth=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] TROTS <trot=v> [v] TROUT a freshwater fish [n -S]

TROVE a valuable discovery [n -S] TROWS <trow=v> [v] TROYS <troy=n> [n] TRUCE to suspend hostilities by mutual agreement [v TRUCED, TRUCING, TRUCES] TRUCK to transport by truck (an automotive vehicle designed to carry loads) [v ED, -ING, -S] TRUED <true=v> [v] TRUER <true=adj> [adj] TRUES <true=v> [v] TRUGS <trug=n> [n] TRULL a prostitute [n -S] TRULY in conformity with fact or reality [adv] TRUMP to {outdo=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] TRUNK the main stem of a tree [n -S] : TRUNKED [adj] TRUSS to secure tightly [v -ED, -ING, -ES] TRUST to place confidence in [v -ED, -ING, -S] TRUTH conformity to fact or reality [n -S] TRYMA a type of nut [n -MATA] TRYST to agree to meet [v -ED, -ING, -S] TSADE {sade=n} [n -S] TSADI {sade=n} [n -S] TSARS <tsar=n> [n] TSKED <tsk=v> [v] TSUBA a part of a Japanese sword [n TSUBA] TUBAE <tuba=n> [n] TUBAL pertaining to a tube [adj] TUBAS <tuba=n> [n] TUBBY short and fat [adj -BIER, -BIEST] TUBED <tube=v> [v] TUBER a thick underground stem [n -S] TUBES <tube=v> [v] TUCKS <tuck=v> [v] TUFAS <tufa=n> [n] TUFFS <tuff=n> [n] TUFTS <tuft=v> [v] TUFTY abounding in tufts [adj TUFTIER, TUFTIEST] : TUFTILY [adv] TULES <tule=n> [n] TULIP a flowering plant [n -S] TULLE a silk material [n -S] TUMID swollen [adj] : TUMIDLY [adv] TUMMY the stomach [n -MIES] TUMOR an abnormal swelling [n -S] : TUMORAL, TUMOROUS [adj] TUMPS <tump=v> [v] TUNAS <tuna=n> [n] TUNED <tune=v> [v] TUNER one that {tunes=v} [n -S] TUNES <tune=v> [v] TUNGS <tung=n> [n] TUNIC a loose-fitting garment [n -S] TUNNY a {tuna=n} [n -NIES] TUPIK an Eskimo tent [n -S] TUQUE a knitted woolen cap [n -S] TURBO a {turbine=n} [n -BOS] TURFS <turf=n> [n] TURFY covered with turf [adj TURFIER, TURFIEST] TURKS <turk=n> [n] TURNS <turn=v> [v] TURPS turpentine [n TURPS] TUSHY {tushie=n} [n TUSHIES] TUSKS <tusk=v> [v]

TUTEE TUTOR TUTTI TUTTY TUTUS TUXES TUYER TWAES TWAIN TWANG TWEAK TWEED TWEEN TWEET TWERP TWICE TWIER TWIGS TWILL TWINE TWINS TWINY TWIRL TWIRP TWIST TWITS TWIXT TWYER TYEES TYERS TYING TYIYN TYKES TYNED TYNES TYPAL TYPED TYPES TYPEY TYPIC TYPOS TYPPS TYRED TYRES TYROS TYTHE TZARS UDDER UDONS UHLAN UKASE ULAMA ULANS ULCER ULEMA ULNAD ULNAE ULNAR ULNAS ULPAN

one who is being tutored [n -S] to instruct privately [v -ED, -ING, -S] a musical passage performed by all the performers [n -S] an impure zinc oxide [n -TIES] <tutu=n> [n] <tux=n> [n] {tuyere=n} [n -S] <twae=n> [n] a set of two [n -S] to make a sharp, vibrating sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] to pinch and twist sharply [v -ED, -ING, -S] a coarse woolen fabric [n -S] a child typically of an age eight through twelve [n -S] to {chirp=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a small, impudent person [n -S] two times [adv] {tuyere=n} [n -S] <twig=v> [v] to weave so as to produce a diagonal pattern [v -ED, -ING, -S] to twist together [v TWINED, TWINING, TWINES] <twin=v> [v] resembling twine (a strong string) [adj TWINIER, TWINIEST] to rotate rapidly [v -ED, -ING, -S] {twerp=n} [n -S] to combine by winding together [v -ED, -ING, -S] <twit=v> [v] {between=prep} [prep] {tuyere=n} [n -S] <tyee=n> [n] <tyer=n> [n] <tie=v> [v] a monetary unit of Kyrgyzstan [n TYIYN] <tyke=n> [n] <tyne=v> [v] <tyne=v> [v] {typical=adj} [adj] <type=v> [v] <type=v> [v] {typy=adj} [adj TYPIER, TYPIEST] {typical=adj} [adj] <typo=n> [n] <typp=n> [n] <tyre=v> [v] <tyre=v> [v] <tyro=n> [n] to {tithe=v} [v TYTHED, TYTHING, TYTHES] <tzar=n> [n] a mammary gland [n -S] <udon=n> [n] one of a body of Prussian cavalry [n -S] an {edict=n} [n -S] {ulema=n} [n -S] <ulan=n> [n] to affect with an ulcer (a type of lesion) [v -ED, -ING, -S] a Muslim scholar [n -S] toward the ulna [adv] <ulna=n> [n] <ulna=n> [adj] <ulna=n> [n] a school in Israel for teaching Hebrew [n -PANIM]

ULTRA an {ultraist=n} [n -S] ULVAS <ulva=n> [n] UMAMI a taste characteristic of monosodium glutamate [n -S] UMBEL a type of flower cluster [n -S] : UMBELED, UMBELLAR, UMBELLED [adj] UMBER to color with a brown pigment [v -ED, -ING, -S] UMBOS <umbo=n> [n] UMBRA a dark area [n -BRAE or -BRAS] : UMBRAL [adj] UMIAC {umiak=n} [n -S] UMIAK an open Eskimo boat [n -S] UMIAQ {umiak=n} [n -S] UMPED <ump=v> [v] UNAIS <unai=n> [n] UNAPT <apt=adj> [adj] UNARM to {disarm=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] UNARY consisting of a single element [adj] UNAUS <unau=n> [n] UNBAN to remove a prohibition against [v -BANNED, -BANNING, -BANS] UNBAR to remove a bar from [v -BARRED, -BARRING, -BARS] UNBID {unbidden=adj} [adj] UNBOX to remove from a box [v -ED, -ING, -ES] UNCAP to remove the cap from [v -CAPPED, -CAPPING, -CAPS] UNCIA a coin of ancient Rome [n -CIAE] UNCLE the brother of one's father or mother [n -S] UNCOS <unco=n> [n] UNCOY <coy=adj> [adj] UNCUS a hook-shaped anatomical part [n -CI] UNCUT <cut=v> [adj] UNDEE {unde=adj} [adj] UNDER in a lower position than [prep] UNDID <undo=v> [v] UNDUE exceeding what is appropriate or normal [adj] UNFED <feed=v> [adj] UNFIT to make {unsuitable=adj} [v -FITTED, -FITTING, -FITS] UNFIX to {unfasten=v} [v -FIXED or -FIXT, -FIXING, -FIXES] UNGOT {ungotten=adj} [adj] UNHAT to remove one's hat [v -HATTED, -HATTING, -HATS] UNHIP <hip=adj> [adj] UNIFY to make into a coherent whole [v -FIED, -FYING, -FIES] UNION a number of persons, parties, or political entities united for a common pu rpose [n -S] UNITE to bring together so as to form a whole [v UNITED, UNITING, UNITES] : UNIT EDLY [adv] UNITS <unit=n> [n] UNITY the state of being one single entity [n -TIES] UNJAM to undo things tightly crammed together [v -JAMMED, -JAMMING, -JAMS] UNLAY to {untwist=v} [v -LAID, -LAYING, -LAYS] UNLED <lead=v> [adj] UNLET not rented [adj] UNLIT <light=v> [adj] UNMAN to deprive of courage [v -MANNED, -MANNING, -MANS] UNMET <meet=v> [adj] UNMEW to set free [v -ED, -ING, -S] UNMIX to separate from a mixture [v -MIXED or -MIXT, -MIXING, -MIXES] UNPEG to remove the pegs from [v -PEGGED, -PEGGING, -PEGS] UNPEN to release from confinement [v -PENNED or -PENT, -PENNING, -PENS] UNPIN to remove the pins from [v -PINNED, -PINNING, -PINS] UNRIG to divest of rigging [v -RIGGED, -RIGGING, -RIGS] UNRIP to rip open [v -RIPPED, -RIPPING, -RIPS] UNSAY to retract something said [v -SAID, -SAYING, -SAYS] UNSET to {unsettle=v} [v -SET, -SETTING, -SETS]

UNSEW UNSEX UNTIE UNTIL UNWED UNWET UNWIT UNWON UNZIP UPBOW UPBYE UPDOS UPDRY UPEND UPLIT UPPED UPPER UPSET URAEI URARE URARI URASE URATE URBAN URBIA UREAL UREAS UREDO UREIC URGED URGER URGES URIAL URINE URPED URSAE URSID USAGE USERS USHER USING USNEA USQUE USUAL USURP USURY UTERI UTILE UTTER UVEAL UVEAS UVULA VACUA VAGAL VAGUE VAGUS VAILS VAIRS VAKIL VALES

to undo the sewing of [v -SEWED, -SEWN, -SEWING, -SEWS] to deprive of sexual power [v -ED, -ING, -ES] to free from something that ties [v -TIED, -TYING or -TIEING, -TIES] up to the time of [prep] not wed [adj] <wet=adj> [adj] to make {insane=adj} [v -WITTED, -WITTING, -WITS] <win=v> [adj] to open the zipper of [v -ZIPPED, -ZIPPING, -ZIPS] a type of stroke in playing a bowed instrument [n -S] a little farther on [adv] <updo=n> [n] to dry completely [v -DRIED, -DRYING, -DRIES] to set or stand on end [v -ED, -ING, -S] <uplight=v> [v] <up=v> [v] the part of a boot or shoe above the sole [n -S] to {overturn=v} [v -SET, -SETTING, -SETS] <uraeus=n> [n] {curare=n} [n -S] {curare=n} [n -S] {urease=n} [n -S] a chemical salt [n -S] : URATIC [adj] pertaining to a {city=n} [adj] cities collectively [n -S] <urea=n> [adj] <urea=n> [n] a skin irritation [n -DOS] pertaining to {urea=n} [adj] <urge=v> [v] one that {urges=v} [n -S] <urge=v> [v] a wild Asian sheep [n -S] a liquid containing body wastes [n -S] <urp=v> [v] <ursa=n> [n] a mammal of the family Ursidae [n -S] a firmly established and generally accepted practice or procedure [n -S] <user=n> [n] to conduct to a place [v -ED, -ING, -S] <use=v> [v] any of a genus of lichens [n -S] {usquebae=n} [n -S] something that is usual (ordinary) [n -S] to seize and hold without legal authority [v -ED, -ING, -S] the lending of money at an exorbitant interest rate [n -RIES] <uterus=n> [n] {useful=adj} [adj] to give audible expression to [v -ED, -ING, -S] <uvea=n> [adj] <uvea=n> [n] the pendent, fleshy portion of the soft palate [n -LAE or -LAS] <vacuum=n> [n] pertaining to the vagus nerve [adj] : VAGALLY [adv] not clearly expressed or understood [adj VAGUER, VAGUEST] : VAGUELY [adv] a cranial nerve [n -GI] <vail=v> [v] <vair=n> [n] {vakeel=n} [n -S] <vale=n> [n]

VALET to act as a personal servant to [v -ED, -ING, -S] VALID based on evidence that can be supported [adj] VALOR {courage=n} [n -S] VALSE a concert waltz [n -S] VALUE to estimate the value (the quality that renders a thing useful or desirabl e) of [v -UED, -UING, -UES] VALVE to provide with a valve (a device for controlling the flow of a liquid or gas) [v VALVED, VALVING, VALVES] VAMPS <vamp=v> [v] VAMPY {seductive=adj} [adj VAMPIER, VAMPIEST] VANDA a tropical orchid [n -S] VANED <vane=n> [adj] VANES <vane=n> [n] VANGS <vang=n> [n] VAPID {insipid=adj} [adj] : VAPIDLY [adv] VAPOR to emit vapor (visible floating moisture) [v -ED, -ING, -S] VARAS <vara=n> [n] VARIA a miscellany of literary works [n -S] VARIX a varicose vein [n VARICES] VARNA any of the four main Hindu social classes [n -S] VARUS a malformation of a bone or joint [n -ES] VARVE a deposit of sedimentary material [n -S] : VARVED [adj] VASAL <vas=n> [adj] VASES <vase=n> [n] VASTS <vast=n> [n] VASTY {vast=adj} [adj VASTIER, VASTIEST] VATIC pertaining to a {prophet=n} [adj] VATUS <vatu=n> [n] VAULT to provide with a vault (an arched ceiling) [v -ED, -ING, -S] VAUNT to {brag=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] VEALS <veal=v> [v] VEALY immature [adj VEALIER, VEALIEST] VEENA {vina=n} [n -S] VEEPS <veep=n> [n] VEERS <veer=v> [v] VEERY a {songbird=n} [n -RIES] VEGAN one that eats only plant products [n -S] VEGES <veg=v> [v] VEGIE {veggie=n} [n -S] VEILS <veil=v> [v] VEINS <vein=v> [v] VEINY full of veins [adj VEINIER, VEINIEST] VELAR a kind of speech sound [n -S] VELDS <veld=n> [n] VELDT a grassland of southern Africa [n -S] VELUM a thin membranous covering or partition [n -LA] VENAE <vena=n> [n] VENAL open to bribery [adj] : VENALLY [adv] VENDS <vend=v> [v] VENGE to {avenge=v} [v VENGED, VENGING, VENGES] VENIN a toxin found in snake venom [n -S] VENOM to inject with venom (a poisonous secretion of certain animals) [v -ED, -I NG, -S] VENTS <vent=v> [v] VENUE the locale of an event [n -S] VENUS a seductive woman [n -ES] VERBS <verb=n> [n] VERGE to come near [v VERGED, VERGING, VERGES] VERSE to {versify=v} [v VERSED, VERSING, VERSES] VERSO a left-hand page of a book [n -SOS]

VERST VERTS VERTU VERVE VESTA VESTS VETCH VEXED VEXER VEXES VEXIL VIALS VIAND VIBES VICAR VICED VICES VICHY VIDEO VIERS VIEWS VIEWY VIGAS VIGIA VIGIL VIGOR VILER VILLA VILLI VILLS VIMEN VINAL VINAS VINCA VINED VINES VINIC VINOS VINYL VIOLA VIOLS VIPER VIRAL VIREO VIRES VIRGA VIRID VIRLS VIRTU VIRUS VISAS VISED VISES VISIT VISOR VISTA VITAE VITAL VITTA VIVAS

a Russian measure of distance [n -S] <vert=n> [n] {virtu=n} [n -S] {vivacity=n} [n -S] a short friction match [n -S] <vest=v> [v] a climbing plant [n -ES] <vex=v> [v] one that {vexes=v} [n -S] <vex=v> [v] {vexillum=n} [n -S] <vial=v> [v] an article of food [n -S] <vibe=n> [n] a church official [n -S] <vice=v> [v] <vice=v> [v] a type of mineral water [n -CHIES] a recording for playing on a television set [n -EOS] <vier=n> [n] <view=v> [v] {showy=adj} [adj VIEWIER, VIEWIEST] <viga=n> [n] a warning on a navigational chart [n -S] a period of watchfulness maintained during normal sleeping hours [n -S] active strength or force [n -S] <vile=adj> [adj] an agricultural estate of ancient Rome [n -LAE or -LAS] <villus=n> [n] <vill=n> [n] a long, flexible branch of a plant [n -MINA] : VIMINAL [adj] a synthetic textile fiber [n -S] <vina=n> [n] a flowering plant [n -S] <vine=v> [v] <vine=v> [v] derived from wine [adj] <vino=n> [n] a type of {plastic=n} [n -S] : VINYLIC [adj] a stringed instrument [n -S] <viol=n> [n] a venomous snake [n -S] : VIPERINE, VIPERISH, VIPEROUS [adj] pertaining to or caused by a virus [adj] : VIRALLY [adv] a small bird [n -EOS] <vis=n> [n] wisps of precipitation evaporating before reaching ground [n -S] {verdant=adj} [adj] <virl=n> [n] a love or taste for the fine arts [n -S] any of a class of submicroscopic pathogens [n -ES] <visa=v> [v] <vise=v> [v] <vise=v> [v] to go or come to see someone or something [v -ED, -ING, -S] to provide with a visor (a projecting brim) [v -ED, -ING, -S] a distant view [n -S] : VISTAED [adj] <vita=n> [n] necessary to life [adj] a streak or band of color [n -TAE] : VITTATE [adj] <viva=n> [n]

VIVID strikingly bright or intense [adj -IDER, -IDEST] : VIVIDLY [adv] VIXEN a shrewish woman [n -S] : VIXENISH, VIXENLY [adj] VIZIR {vizier=n} [n -S] : VIZIRIAL [adj] VIZOR to {visor=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] VOCAB a {vocabulary=n} [n -S] VOCAL a sound produced with the voice [n -S] VOCES <vox=n> [n] VODKA a liquor [n -S] VODOU {vodun=n} [n -S] VODUN a primitive religion of the West Indies [n -S] VOGIE {vain=adj} [adj] VOGUE to imitate poses of fashion models [v VOGUED, VOGUING or VOGUEING, VOGUES] VOICE to express or utter [v VOICED, VOICING, VOICES] VOIDS <void=v> [v] VOILA used to call attention to something [interj] VOILE a sheer fabric [n -S] VOLAR pertaining to flight [adj] VOLED <vole=v> [v] VOLES <vole=v> [v] VOLTA a {turning=n} [n -TE] VOLTE a fencing movement [n -S] VOLTI used to direct musicians to turn the page [interj] VOLTS <volt=n> [n] VOLVA a membranous sac that encloses certain immature mushrooms [n -S] : VOLVATE [adj] VOMER a bone of the skull [n -S] : VOMERINE [adj] VOMIT to eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth [v -ED, -ING, -S] VOTED <vote=v> [v] VOTER one that {votes=v} [n -S] VOTES <vote=v> [v] VOUCH to give one's personal assurance or guarantee [v -ED, -ING, -ES] VOWED <vow=v> [v] VOWEL a type of speech sound [n -S] VOWER one that {vows=v} [n -S] VROOM to run an engine at high speed [v -ED, -ING, -S] VROUW a Dutch woman [n -S] VROWS <vrow=n> [n] VUGGS <vugg=n> [n] VUGGY abounding in {vugs=n} [adj -GIER, -GIEST] VUGHS <vugh=n> [n] VULGO {commonly=adv} [adv] VULVA the external genital organs of a female [n -VAE or -VAS] : VULVAL, VULVAR, VULVATE [adj] VYING <vie=v> [v] WACKE a type of basaltic rock [n -S] WACKO a person who is wacky [n WACKOS] WACKS <wack=n> [n] WACKY very irrational [adj WACKIER, WACKIEST] : WACKILY [adv] WADDY to strike with a thick club [v -DIED, -DYING, -DIES] WADED <wade=v> [v] WADER one that {wades=v} [n -S] WADES <wade=v> [v] WADIS <wadi=n> [n] WAFER to seal with an adhesive disk [v -ED, -ING, -S] WAFFS <waff=v> [v] WAFTS <waft=v> [v] WAGED <wage=v> [v] WAGER to risk on an uncertain outcome [v -ED, -ING, -S] WAGES <wage=v> [v] WAGON to convey by wagon (a four-wheeled, horse-drawn vehicle) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

WAHOO a flowering shrub [n -HOOS] WAIFS <waif=v> [v] WAILS <wail=v> [v] WAINS <wain=n> [n] WAIRS <wair=v> [v] WAIST the part of the body between the ribs and the hips [n -S] : WAISTED [adj] WAITS <wait=v> [v] WAIVE to give up intentionally [v WAIVED, WAIVING, WAIVES] WAKED <wake=v> [v] WAKEN to {wake=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WAKER one that {wakes=v} [n -S] WAKES <wake=v> [v] WALED <wale=v> [v] WALER an Australian-bred saddle horse [n -S] WALES <wale=v> [v] WALKS <walk=v> [v] WALLA {wallah=n} [n -S] WALLS <wall=v> [v] WALLY {waly=n} [n -LIES] WALTZ to perform a ballroom dance [v -ED, -ING, -ES] WAMES <wame=n> [n] WAMUS a heavy outer jacket [n -ES] WANDS <wand=n> [n] WANED <wane=v> [v] WANES <wane=v> [v] WANEY {wany=adj} [adj WANIER, WANIEST] WANLY in a wan manner [adv] WANTS <want=v> [v] WARDS <ward=v> [v] WARED <ware=v> [v] WARES <ware=v> [v] WARKS <wark=v> [v] WARMS <warm=v> [v] WARNS <warn=v> [v] WARPS <warp=v> [v] WARTS <wart=n> [n] WARTY covered with warts [adj WARTIER, WARTIEST] WASHY overly diluted [adj WASHIER, WASHIEST] WASPS <wasp=n> [n] WASPY resembling a {wasp=n} [adj WASPIER, WASPIEST] : WASPILY [adv] WASTE to use thoughtlessly [v WASTED, WASTING, WASTES] WASTS <wast=n> [n] WATAP a thread made from the roots of various trees [n -S] WATCH to observe carefully [v -ED, -ING, -ES] WATER to sprinkle with water (a transparent, odorless, tasteless liquid) [v -ED, -ING, -S] WATTS <watt=n> [n] WAUGH {damp=adj} [adj] WAUKS <wauk=v> [v] WAULS <waul=v> [v] WAVED <wave=v> [v] WAVER to move back and forth [v -ED, -ING, -S] WAVES <wave=v> [v] WAVEY the snow goose [n -VEYS] WAWLS <wawl=v> [v] WAXED <wax=v> [v] WAXEN covered with wax [adj] WAXER one that {waxes=v} [n -S] WAXES <wax=v> [v] WEALD a {woodland=n} [n -S]

WEALS <weal=n> [n] WEANS <wean=v> [v] WEARS <wear=v> [v] WEARY {tired=adj} [adj -RIER, -RIEST] : WEARILY [adv] / to make or become weary [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] WEAVE to form by interlacing threads [v WOVE, WEAVED, WOVEN, WEAVING, WEAVES] WEBBY {weblike=adj} [adj -BIER, -BIEST] WEBER a unit of magnetic flux [n -S] WECHT weight [n -S] WEDEL to perform a wedeln [v -ED, -ING, -S] WEDGE to force apart with a wedge (a tapering piece of wood or metal) [v WEDGED, WEDGING, WEDGES] WEDGY resembling a wedge [adj WEDGIER, WEDGIEST] WEEDS <weed=v> [v] WEEDY resembling a weed [adj WEEDIER, WEEDIEST] WEEKS <week=n> [n] WEENS <ween=v> [v] WEENY {tiny=adj} [adj -NIER, -NIEST] WEEPS <weep=v> [v] WEEPY tending to weep [adj WEEPIER, WEEPIEST] WEEST <wee=adj> [adj] WEETS <weet=v> [v] WEFTS <weft=n> [n] WEIGH to determine the weight of [v -ED, -ING, -S] WEIRD to cause to experience a strange sensation [v -ED, -ING, -S] / mysteriousl y strange [adj WEIRDER, WEIRDEST] WEIRS <weir=n> [n] WEKAS <weka=n> [n] WELCH to {welsh=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] WELDS <weld=v> [v] WELLS <well=v> [v] WELLY {wellie=n} [n -LIES] WELSH to fail to pay a debt [v -ED, -ING, -ES] WELTS <welt=v> [v] WENCH to consort with prostitutes [v -ED, -ING, -ES] WENDS <wend=v> [v] WENNY resembling a {wen=n} [adj -NIER, -NIEST] WESTS <west=n> [n] WETLY in a wet manner [adv] WHACK to strike sharply [v -ED, -ING, -S] WHALE to engage in the hunting of whales (large marine mammals) [v WHALED, WHALI NG, WHALES] WHAMO {whammo=interj} [interj] WHAMS <wham=v> [v] WHANG to beat with a whip [v -ED, -ING, -S] WHAPS <whap=v> [v] WHARF to moor to a wharf (a docking place for vessels) [v -ED, -ING, -S] WHATS <what=n> [n] WHAUP a European bird [n -S] WHEAL a welt [n -S] WHEAT a cereal grass [n -S] WHEEL to convey on wheels (circular frames designed to turn on an axis) [v -ED, -ING, -S] WHEEN a fairly large amount [n -S] WHEEP to {wheeple=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WHELK a {pustule=n} [n -S] WHELM to cover with water [v -ED, -ING, -S] WHELP to give birth to [v -ED, -ING, -S] WHENS <when=n> [n] WHERE the place at or in which something is located or occurs [n -S]

WHETS <whet=v> [v] WHEWS <whew=n> [n] WHEYS <whey=n> [n] WHICH what particular one or ones [pron] WHIDS <whid=v> [v] WHIFF to blow or convey with slight gusts of air [v -ED, -ING, -S] WHIGS <whig=n> [n] WHILE to cause to pass pleasantly [v WHILED, WHILING, WHILES] WHIMS <whim=n> [n] WHINE to utter a plaintive, high-pitched sound [v WHINED, WHINING, WHINES] WHINS <whin=n> [n] WHINY tending to whine [adj WHINIER, WHINIEST] WHIPS <whip=v> [v] WHIPT <whip=v> [v] WHIRL to revolve rapidly [v -ED, -ING, -S] WHIRR to {whir=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WHIRS <whir=v> [v] WHISH to move with a hissing sound [v -ED, -ING, -ES] WHISK to move briskly [v -ED, -ING, -S] WHIST to {hush=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WHITE of the color of pure snow [adj WHITER, WHITEST] / to {whiten=v} [v WHITED, WHITING, WHITES] WHITS <whit=n> [n] WHITY {whitish=adj} [adj WHITIER, WHITIEST] WHIZZ to {whiz=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] WHOLE all the parts or elements entering into and making up a thing [n -S] WHOMP to defeat decisively [v -ED, -ING, -S] WHOOF to make a deep snorting sound [v -ED, -ING, -S] WHOOP to utter loud cries [v -ED, -ING, -S] WHOPS <whop=v> [v] WHORE to consort with prostitutes [v WHORED, WHORING, WHORES] WHORL a circular arrangement of similar parts [n -S] : WHORLED [adj] WHORT an edible berry [n -S] WHOSE the possessive case of who [pron] WHOSO {whoever=pron} [pron] WHUMP to {thump=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WHUPS <whup=v> [v] WICCA a form of nature-oriented witchcraft [n -S] WICKS <wick=n> [n] WIDDY a hangman's noose [n -DIES] WIDEN to make wide or wider [v -ED, -ING, -S] WIDER <wide=adj> [adj] WIDES <wide=n> [n] WIDOW to deprive of a husband [v -ED, -ING, -S] WIDTH extent from side to side [n -S] WIELD to handle or use effectively [v -ED, -ING, -S] WIFED <wife=v> [v] WIFES <wife=v> [v] WIFEY a {wife=n} [n WIFEYS] WIFTY {ditsy=adj} [adj -TIER, -TIEST] WIGAN a stiff fabric [n -S] WIGGY {crazy=adj} [adj -GIER, -GIEST] WIGHT a living being [n -S] WILCO used to indicate that a message received will be complied with [interj] WILDS <wild=v> [v] WILED <wile=v> [v] WILES <wile=v> [v] WILLS <will=v> [v] WILLY to {willow=v} [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES] WILTS <wilt=v> [v]

WIMPS <wimp=v> [v] WIMPY weak, ineffectual [adj WIMPIER, WIMPIEST] WINCE to {flinch=v} [v WINCED, WINCING, WINCES] WINCH to raise with a winch (a hoisting machine) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] WINDS <wind=v> [v] WINDY marked by strong wind [adj WINDIER, WINDIEST] WINED <wine=v> [v] WINES <wine=v> [v] WINEY {winy=adj} [adj WINIER, WINIEST] WINGS <wing=v> [v] WINGY {swift=adj} [adj WINGIER, WINGIEST] WINKS <wink=v> [v] WINOS <wino=n> [n] WINZE a steeply inclined mine shaft [n -S] WIPED <wipe=v> [v] WIPER one that {wipes=v} [n -S] WIPES <wipe=v> [v] WIRED <wire=v> [v] WIRER one that {wires=v} [n -S] WIRES <wire=v> [v] WIRRA used to express sorrow [interj] WISED <wise=v> [v] WISER <wise=adj> [adj] WISES <wise=v> [v] WISHA used to express surprise [interj] WISPS <wisp=v> [v] WISPY resembling a wisp [adj WISPIER, WISPIEST] WISTS <wist=v> [v] WITAN an Anglo-Saxon council to the king [n -S] WITCH to {bewitch=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] WITED <wite=v> [v] WITES <wite=v> [v] WITHE to bind with flexible twigs [v WITHED, WITHING, WITHES] WITHY flexible and tough [adj WITHIER, WITHIEST] / a flexible twig [n WITHIES] WITTY humorously clever [adj -TIER, -TIEST] WIVED <wive=v> [v] WIVER {wivern=n} [n -S] WIVES <wife=n> [n] WIZEN to {shrivel=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WIZES <wiz=n> [n] WOADS <woad=n> [n] WOALD a yellow pigment [n -S] WODGE a chunk of something [n -S] WOFUL {woeful=adj} [adj -FULLER, -FULLEST] : WOFULLY [adv] WOKEN <wake=v> [v] WOLDS <wold=n> [n] WOLFS <wolf=v> [v] WOMAN an adult human female [n WOMEN] / to play the part of a woman [v -ED, -ING , -S] WOMBS <womb=n> [n] WOMBY {hollow=adj} [adj WOMBIER, WOMBIEST] WOMEN <woman=n> [n] WOMYN {women=n} [n] WONKS <wonk=n> [n] WONKY {unsteady=adj} [adj -KIER, -KIEST] WONTS <wont=v> [v] WOODS <wood=v> [v] WOODY containing or resembling wood [adj WOODIER, WOODIEST] / a wood-paneled sta tion wagon [n WOODIES] WOOED <woo=v> [v]

WOOER one that {woos=v} [n -S] WOOFS <woof=v> [v] WOOLS <wool=n> [n] WOOLY {woolly=adj} [adj WOOLIER, WOOLIEST] / a {woolly=n} [n WOOLIES] WOOPS to {vomit=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] WOOSH to {whoosh=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] WOOZY dazed [adj -ZIER, -ZIEST] : WOOZILY [adv] WORDS <word=v> [v] WORDY using many or too many words [adj WORDIER, WORDIEST] WORKS <work=v> [v] WORLD the earth and all its inhabitants [n -S] WORMS <worm=v> [v] WORMY infested with worms [adj WORMIER, WORMIEST] WORRY to feel anxious and uneasy about something [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] WORSE something that is worse (bad in a greater degree) [n -S] WORST to {defeat=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WORTH to {befall=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WORTS <wort=n> [n] WOULD <will=v> [v] WOUND to inflict an injury upon [v -ED, -ING, -S] WOVEN a woven fabric [n -S] WOWED <wow=v> [v] WRACK to {wreck=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WRANG a wrong [n -S] WRAPS <wrap=v> [v] WRAPT <wrap=v> [v] WRATH to make {wrathful=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WREAK to {inflict=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WRECK to cause the ruin of [v -ED, -ING, -S] WRENS <wren=n> [n] WREST to take away by force [v -ED, -ING, -S] WRICK to {wrench=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] WRIED <wry=v> [v] WRIER <wry=adj> [adj] WRIES <wry=v> [v] WRING to twist so as to compress [v WRUNG or WRINGED, WRINGING, WRINGS] WRIST the junction between the hand and forearm [n -S] WRITE to form characters or symbols on a surface with an instrument [v WROTE, WR ITTEN, WRITING, WRITES] : WRITABLE [adj] WRITS <writ=n> [n] WRONG not according to what is right, proper, or correct [adj WRONGER, WRONGEST] / to treat injuriously or unjustly [v -ED, -ING, -S] WROTE <write=v> [v] WROTH very angry [adj] WRUNG <wring=v> [v] WRYER <wry=adj> [adj] WRYLY <wry=adj> [adv] WURST {sausage=n} [n -S] WUSHU Chinese martial arts [n WUSHU] WUSSY {wimpy=adj} [adj WUSSIER, WUSSIEST] / a {wuss=n} [n -SIES] WYLED <wyle=v> [v] WYLES <wyle=v> [v] WYNDS <wynd=n> [n] WYNNS <wynn=n> [n] WYTED <wyte=v> [v] WYTES <wyte=v> [v] XEBEC a Mediterranean sailing vessel [n -S] XENIA the effect of pollen on certain plant structures [n -S] : XENIAL [adj] XENIC pertaining to a type of culture medium [adj] XENON a gaseous element [n -S]

XERIC requiring only a small amount of moisture [adj] XEROX to copy on a xerographic copier [v -ED, -ING, -ES] XERUS an African ground squirrel [n -ES] XYLAN a substance found in cell walls of plants [n -S] XYLEM a complex plant tissue [n -S] XYLOL {xylene=n} [n -S] XYLYL a univalent radical [n -S] XYSTI <xystus=n> [n] XYSTS <xyst=n> [n] YABBY an Australian crayfish [n -BIES] YACHT to sail in a yacht (a vessel used for pleasure cruising or racing) [v -ED, -ING, -S] YACKS <yack=v> [v] YAFFS <yaff=v> [v] YAGER {jaeger=n} [n -S] YAGIS <yagi=n> [n] YAHOO a coarse, uncouth person [n -HOOS] YAIRD a garden [n -S] YAMEN the residence of a Chinese public official [n -S] YAMUN {yamen=n} [n -S] YANGS <yang=n> [n] YANKS <yank=v> [v] YAPOK {yapock=n} [n -S] YAPON {yaupon=n} [n -S] YARDS <yard=v> [v] YARER <yare=adj> [adj] YARNS <yarn=v> [v] YAUDS <yaud=n> [n] YAULD {vigorous=adj} [adj] YAUPS <yaup=v> [v] YAWED <yaw=v> [v] YAWEY pertaining to yaws (an infectious disease) [adj] YAWLS <yawl=v> [v] YAWNS <yawn=v> [v] YAWPS <yawp=v> [v] YCLAD clothed [adj] YEAHS <yeah=n> [n] YEANS <yean=v> [v] YEARN to have a strong or deep desire [v -ED, -ING, -S] YEARS <year=n> [n] YEAST to {foam=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] YECCH something disgusting [n -S] YECHS <yech=n> [n] YECHY disgusting [adj] YEGGS <yegg=n> [n] YELKS <yelk=n> [n] YELLS <yell=v> [v] YELPS <yelp=v> [v] YENTA a gossipy woman [n -S] YENTE {yenta=n} [n -S] YERBA a South American beverage resembling tea [n -S] YERKS <yerk=v> [v] YESES <yes=v> [v] YETIS <yeti=n> [n] YETTS <yett=n> [n] YEUKS <yeuk=v> [v] YEUKY {itchy=adj} [adj] YIELD to give up [v -ED, -ING, -S] YIKES used to express fear or pain [interj] YILLS <yill=n> [n]

YINCE once [adv] YIPES {yipe=interj} [interj] YIRDS <yird=n> [n] YIRRS <yirr=v> [v] YIRTH {yird=n} [n -S] YLEMS <ylem=n> [n] YOBBO a {yob=n} [n -BOS or -BOES] YOCKS <yock=v> [v] YODEL to sing with a fluctuating voice [v -DELED, -DELING, -DELS or -DELLED, -DE LLING, -DELS] YODHS <yodh=n> [n] YODLE to {yodel=v} [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] YOGAS <yoga=n> [n] YOGEE {yogi=n} [n -S] YOGHS <yogh=n> [n] YOGIC pertaining to {yoga=n} [adj] YOGIN {yogi=n} [n -S] YOGIS <yogi=n> [n] YOKED <yoke=v> [v] YOKEL a naive or gullible rustic [n -S] YOKES <yoke=v> [v] YOLKS <yolk=n> [n] YOLKY resembling a {yolk=n} [adj YOLKIER, YOLKIEST] YOMIM <yom=n> [n] YONIC <yoni=n> [adj] YONIS <yoni=n> [n] YORES <yore=n> [n] YOUNG being in the early period of life or growth [adj YOUNGER, YOUNGEST] / {off spring=n} [n -S] YOURN {yours=pron} [pron] YOURS a possessive form of the pronoun you [pron] YOUSE you [pron] YOUTH a young person [n -S] YOWED <yow=v> [v] YOWES <yowe=n> [n] YOWIE a small {ewe=n} [n -S] YOWLS <yowl=v> [v] YUANS <yuan=n> [n] YUCAS <yuca=n> [n] YUCCA a tropical plant [n -S] YUCCH used to express disgust [interj] YUCKS <yuck=v> [v] YUCKY disgusting [adj YUCKIER, YUCKIEST] YUGAS <yuga=n> [n] YUKKY {yucky=adj} [adj YUKKIER, YUKKIEST] YULAN a Chinese tree [n -S] YULES <yule=n> [n] YUMMY {delicious=adj} [adj -MIER, -MIEST] / something delicious [n -MIES] YUPON {yaupon=n} [n -S] YUPPY {yuppie=n} [n -PIES] YURTA <yurt=n> [n] YURTS <yurt=n> [n] ZAIRE a monetary unit of Zaire [n -S] ZAMIA a tropical plant [n -S] ZANZA an African musical instrument [n -S] ZAPPY {zippy=adj} [adj -PIER, -PIEST] ZARFS <zarf=n> [n] ZAXES <zax=n> [n] ZAYIN a Hebrew letter [n -S] ZAZEN meditation in Zen Buddhism [n -S]

ZEALS <zeal=n> [n] ZEBEC {xebec=n} [n -S] ZEBRA an African mammal that is related to the horse [n -S] : ZEBRAIC [adj] ZEBUS <zebu=n> [n] ZEINS <zein=n> [n] ZERKS <zerk=n> [n] ZEROS <zero=v> [v] ZESTS <zest=v> [v] ZESTY marked by zest [adj ZESTIER, ZESTIEST] : ZESTILY [adv] ZETAS <zeta=n> [n] ZIBET an Asian civet [n -S] ZILCH {nothing=n} [n -ES] ZILLS <zill=n> [n] ZINCS <zinc=v> [v] ZINCY {zincky=adj} [adj] ZINEB an {insecticide=n} [n -S] ZINES <zine=n> [n] ZINGS <zing=v> [v] ZINGY enjoyably exciting [adj ZINGIER, ZINGIEST] ZINKY {zincky=adj} [adj] ZIPPY full of energy [adj -PIER, -PIEST] ZIRAM a chemical salt [n -S] ZITIS <ziti=n> [n] ZIZIT {zizith=n} [n] ZLOTE <zloty=n> [n] ZLOTY a monetary unit of Poland [n ZLOTYS, ZLOTE, ZLOTIES, or ZLOTYCH] ZOEAE <zoea=n> [n] ZOEAL <zoea=n> [adj] ZOEAS <zoea=n> [n] ZOMBI {zombie=n} [n -S] ZONAE <zona=n> [n] ZONAL pertaining to a zone [adj] : ZONALLY [adv] ZONED <zone=v> [v] ZONER one that {zones=v} [n -S] ZONES <zone=v> [v] ZONKS <zonk=v> [v] ZOOEY resembling a {zoo=n} [adj ZOOIER, ZOOIEST] ZOOID an organic cell or body capable of independent movement [n -S] : ZOOIDAL [ adj] ZOOKS used as a mild oath [interj] ZOOMS <zoom=v> [v] ZOONS <zoon=n> [n] ZOOTY flashy in manner or style [adj ZOOTIER, ZOOTIEST] ZORIL a small African mammal [n -S] ZORIS <zori=n> [n] ZOUKS <zouk=n> [n] ZOWIE used to express surprise or pleasure [interj] ZUZIM <zuz=n> [n] ZYMES <zyme=n> [n] AAHING <aah=v> [v] AALIIS <aalii=n> [n] AARRGH {aargh=interj} [interj] ABACAS <abaca=n> [n] ABACUS a calculating device [n -CI or -CUSES] ABAKAS <abaka=n> [n] ABAMPS <abamp=n> [n] ABASED <abase=v> [v] ABASER one that {abases=v} [n -S] ABASES <abase=v> [v] ABASIA a defect in muscular coordination in walking [n -S]

ABATED <abate=v> [v] ABATER one that {abates=v} [n -S] ABATES <abate=v> [v] ABATIS a barrier made of felled trees [n ABATISES] ABATOR one that unlawfully seizes an inheritance [n -S] ABAYAS <abaya=n> [n] ABBACY the office of an abbot [n -CIES] ABBESS the female superior of a convent of nuns [n -ES] ABBEYS <abbey=n> [n] ABBOTS <abbot=n> [n] ABDUCE to {abduct=v} [v -DUCED, -DUCING, -DUCES] ABDUCT to draw away from the original position [v -ED, -ING, -S] ABELES <abele=n> [n] ABELIA an Asian or Mexican shrub [n -S] ABHORS <abhor=v> [v] ABIDED <abide=v> [v] ABIDER one that {abides=v} [n -S] ABIDES <abide=v> [v] ABJECT sunk to a low condition [adj] : ABJECTLY [adv] ABJURE to renounce under oath [v -JURED, -JURING, -JURES] ABLATE to remove by cutting [v -LATED, -LATING, -LATES] ABLAUT a patterned change in root vowels of verb forms [n -S] ABLAZE being on fire [adj] ABLEST <able=adj> [adj] ABLINS perhaps [adv] ABLOOM blooming [adj] ABLUSH blushing [adj] ABMHOS <abmho=n> [n] ABOARD into, in, or on a ship, train, or airplane [adv] ABODED <abode=v> [v] ABODES <abode=v> [v] ABOHMS <abohm=n> [n] ABOLLA a cloak worn in ancient Rome [n -LAE] ABOMAS <aboma=n> [n] ABORAL situated away from the mouth [adj] : ABORALLY [adv] ABORTS <abort=v> [v] ABOUND to have a large number or amount [v -ED, -ING, -S] ABOVES <above=n> [n] ABRADE to wear away by friction [v ABRADED, ABRADING, ABRADES] : ABRADABLE [adj] ABROAD out of one's own country [adv] ABRUPT rudely brief [adj -RUPTER, -RUPTEST] : ABRUPTLY [adv] ABSEIL to {rappel=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ABSENT to take or keep away [v -ED, -ING, -S] ABSORB to take up or in [v -ED, -ING, -S] ABSURD ridiculously incongruous or unreasonable [adj -SURDER, -SURDEST] : ABSURD LY [adv] / the condition in which man exists in an irrational and meaningless un iverse [n -S] ABULIA loss of will power [n -S] : ABULIC [adj] ABULIC <abulia=n> [adj] ABUSED <abuse=v> [v] ABUSER one that {abuses=v} [n -S] ABUSES <abuse=v> [v] ABVOLT a unit of electromotive force [n -S] ABWATT a unit of power [n -S] ABYING <aby=v> [v] ABYSMS <abysm=n> [n] ACACIA a flowering tree or shrub [n -S] ACAJOU a tropical tree [n -S] ACARID a type of {arachnid=n} [n -S] ACARUS a {mite=n} [n -RI]

ACCEDE to {consent=v} [v -CEDED, -CEDING, -CEDES] ACCENT to pronounce with prominence [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ACCENTUAL, ACCENTLESS [a dj], ACCENTUALLY [adv] ACCEPT to receive willingly [v -ED, -ING, -S] ACCESS to get at [v -ED, -ING, -ES] ACCORD to bring into agreement [v -ED, -ING, -S] ACCOST to approach and speak to first [v -ED, -ING, -S] ACCRUE to come as an increase or addition [v -CRUED, -CRUING, -CRUES] : ACCRUABL E [adj] ACCUSE to make an assertion against [v -CUSED, -CUSING, -CUSES] : ACCUSABLE [adj ], ACCUSABLY [adv] ACEDIA {apathy=n} [n -S] ACETAL a flammable liquid [n -S] ACETIC pertaining to {vinegar=n} [adj] ACETIN a chemical compound [n -S] ACETUM {vinegar=n} [n -TA] ACETYL a univalent radical [n -S] : ACETYLIC [adj] ACHENE a type of fruit [n -S] : ACHENIAL [adj] ACHIER <achy=adj> [adj] ACHING <ache=v> [v] ACIDIC {sour=adj} [adj] ACIDLY {sourly=adv} [adv] ACINAR <acinus=n> [adj] ACINIC <acinus=n> [adj] ACINUS a small, saclike division of a gland [n -NI] : ACINAR, ACINIC, ACINOSE, A CINOUS, ACINIFORM [adj] ACKEES <ackee=n> [n] ACNODE an element of a mathematical set that is isolated from the other elements [n -S] ACORNS <acorn=n> [n] ACQUIT to free or clear from a charge of fault or crime [v -QUITTED, -QUITTING, -QUITS] ACROSS from one side of to the other [prep] ACTING the occupation of an actor [n -S] ACTINS <actin=n> [n] ACTION the process of acting [n -S] ACTIVE a participating member of an organization [n -S] ACTORS <actor=n> [n] ACTUAL existing in fact [adj] : ACTUALLY [adv] ACUATE {sharp=adj} [adj] ACUITY {sharpness=n} [n -ITIES] ACULEI <aculeus=n> [n] ACUMEN mental keenness [n -S] : ACUMINOUS [adj] ACUTER <acute=adj> [adj] ACUTES <acute=n> [n] ADAGES <adage=n> [n] ADAGIO a musical composition or movement played in a slow tempo [n -GIOS] ADAPTS <adapt=v> [v] ADDEND a number to be added to another [n -S] ADDERS <adder=n> [n] ADDICT to devote or surrender to something habitually or compulsively [v -ED, -I NG, -S] : ADDICTIVE [adj] ADDING <add=v> [v] ADDLED <addle=v> [v] ADDLES <addle=v> [v] ADDUCE to bring forward as evidence [v -DUCED, -DUCING, -DUCES] : ADDUCIBLE [adj ] ADDUCT to draw toward the main axis [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ADDUCTIVE [adj] ADEEMS <adeem=v> [v] ADENYL a univalent radical [n -S]

ADEPTS <adept=n> [n] ADHERE to become or remain attached or close to something [v -HERED, -HERING, -H ERES] : ADHERABLE [adj] ADIEUS <adieu=n> [n] ADIEUX <adieu=n> [n] ADIPIC <adipose=n> [adj] ADJOIN to lie next to [v -ED, -ING, -S] ADJURE to command solemnly [v -JURED, -JURING, -JURES] ADJUST to bring to a more satisfactory state [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ADJUSTIVE, ADJU STABLE [adj] ADMASS mass-media advertising [n -ES] ADMIRE to regard with wonder, pleasure, and approval [v -MIRED, -MIRING, -MIRES] : ADMIRABLE [adj], ADMIRABLY [adv] ADMITS <admit=v> [v] ADMIXT <admix=v> [v] ADNATE joined to another part or organ [adj] ADNEXA conjoined anatomical parts [n] : ADNEXAL [adj] ADNOUN an adjective when used as a noun [n -S] ADOBES <adobe=n> [n] ADOBOS <adobo=n> [n] ADONIS a handsome young man [n -ISES] ADOPTS <adopt=v> [v] ADORED <adore=v> [v] ADORER one that {adores=v} [n -S] ADORES <adore=v> [v] ADORNS <adorn=v> [v] ADRIFT drifting [adj] ADROIT {skillful=adj} [adj ADROITER, ADROITEST] : ADROITLY [adv] ADSORB to gather on a surface in a condensed layer [v -ED, -ING, -S] ADULTS <adult=n> [n] ADVECT to convey or transport by the flow of a fluid [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ADVECTI VE [adj] ADVENT {arrival=n} [n -S] ADVERB a word used to modify the meaning of a verb, adjective, or other adverb [ n -S] : ADVERBIAL [adj] ADVERT to call attention [v -ED, -ING, -S] ADVICE recommendation regarding a decision or course of conduct [n -S] ADVISE to give advice to [v -VISED, -VISING, -VISES] : ADVISABLE [adj], ADVISABL Y, ADVISEDLY [adv] ADYTUM an inner sanctuary in an ancient temple [n -TA] ADZING <adz=v> [v] ADZUKI a type of bean [n -S] AECIAL pertaining to an {aecium=n} [adj] AECIUM a spore-producing organ of certain fungi [n -IA] AEDILE a magistrate of ancient Rome [n -S] AEDINE pertaining to an {aedes=n} [adj] AENEUS {aeneous=adj} [adj] AEONIC {eonian=adj} [adj] AERATE to supply with air [v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES] AERIAL an {antenna=n} [n -S] AERIED <aerie=n> [adj] AERIER <aery=adj> [adj] AERIES <aerie=n> [n] AERIFY to {aerate=v} [v -FIED, -FYING, -FIES] AERILY in an aery manner [adv] AEROBE an organism that requires oxygen to live [n -S] : AEROBIC [adj] AERUGO a green film that forms on copper [n -GOS] AETHER the upper region of the atmosphere [n -S] : AETHERIC [adj] AFEARD {afraid=adj} [adj] AFFAIR anything done or to be done [n -S]

AFFECT AFFINE AFFIRM AFFLUX AFFORD AFFRAY AFGHAN AFIELD AFLAME AFLOAT AFRAID AFREET AFRESH AFRITS AFTERS AFTOSA AGAMAS AGAMIC AGAMID AGAPAE AGAPAI AGAPES AGARIC AGATES AGAVES AGEDLY AGEING AGEISM AGEIST AGENCY AGENDA AGENES AGENTS AGGADA AGGERS AGGIES AGGROS AGHAST AGINGS AGISMS AGISTS AGITAS AGLARE AGLEAM AGLETS AGNAIL AGNATE AGNIZE AGONAL AGONES AGONIC AGORAE AGORAS AGOROT AGOUTI AGOUTY AGRAFE AGREED AGREES AGRIAS

to give a false appearance of [v -ED, -ING, -S] a relative by marriage [n -S] to state positively [v -ED, -ING, -S] a flowing toward a point [n -ES] to have sufficient means for [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {frighten=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a woolen blanket or shawl [n -S] in the field [adv] flaming [adj] floating [adj] filled with apprehension [adj] an evil spirit in Arabic mythology [n -S] {anew=adv} [adv] <afrit=n> [n] {dessert=n} [n] a disease of hoofed mammals [n -S] <agama=n> [n] {asexual=adj} [adj] an Old World lizard [n -S] <agape=n> [n] <agape=n> [n] <agape=n> [n] any of a family of fungi [n -S] <agate=n> [n] <agave=n> [n] oldly [adv] {aging=n} [n -S] discrimination based on age [n -S] an advocate of {ageism=n} [n -S] an organization that does business for others [n -CIES] a list of things to be done [n -S] <agene=n> [n] <agent=v> [v] {haggadah=n} [n -DAS or -DOT or -DOTH] <agger=n> [n] <aggie=n> [n] <aggro=n> [n] shocked by something horrible [adj] <aging=n> [n] <agism=n> [n] <agist=v> [v] <agita=n> [n] glaring [adj] gleaming [adj] <aglet=n> [n] a piece of loose skin at the base of a fingernail [n -S] a relative on the father's side [n -S] : AGNATIC, AGNATICAL [adj] to {acknowledge=v} [v -NIZED, -NIZING, -NIZES] pertaining to {agony=n} [adj] <agon=n> [n] not forming an angle [adj] <agora=n> [n] <agora=n> [n] <agora=n> [n] a burrowing rodent [n -S or -ES] {agouti=n} [n -TIES] {agraffe=n} [n -S] <agree=v> [v] <agree=v> [v] <agria=n> [n]

AGUISH <ague=n> [adj] AHCHOO used to represent the sound of a sneeze [interj] AHIMSA the Hindu principle of nonviolence [n -S] AHOLDS <ahold=n> [n] AHORSE on a horse [adv] AIDERS <aider=n> [n] AIDFUL {helpful=adj} [adj] AIDING <aid=v> [v] AIDMAN a {corpsman=n} [n AIDMEN] AIDMEN <aidman=n> [n] AIGLET {aglet=n} [n -S] AIGRET {aigrette=n} [n -S] AIKIDO a Japanese art of self-defense [n -DOS] AILING <ail=v> [v] AIMERS <aimer=n> [n] AIMFUL full of purpose [adj] : AIMFULLY [adv] AIMING <aim=v> [v] AIOLIS <aioli=n> [n] AIRBAG an inflatable safety device in an automobile [n -S] AIRBUS a passenger airplane [n -BUSES or -BUSSES] AIRERS <airer=n> [n] AIREST <air=adv> [adv] AIRIER <airy=adj> [adj] AIRILY in an airy manner [adv] AIRING an exposure to the air [n -S] AIRMAN an {aviator=n} [n AIRMEN] AIRMEN <airman=n> [n] AIRTED <airt=v> [v] AIRTHS <airth=v> [v] AIRWAY a passageway in which air circulates [n -WAYS] AISLED <aisle=n> [adj] AISLES <aisle=n> [n] AIVERS <aiver=n> [n] AJIVAS <ajiva=n> [n] AJOWAN the fruit of an Egyptian plant [n -S] AJUGAS <ajuga=n> [n] AKELAS <akela=n> [n] AKENES <akene=n> [n] AKIMBO having hands on hips and elbows bent outward [adj] ALAMOS <alamo=n> [n] ALANDS <aland=n> [n] ALANIN {alanine=n} [n -S] ALANTS <alant=n> [n] ALANYL a univalent radical [n -S] ALARMS <alarm=v> [v] ALARUM to {alarm=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ALASKA a heavy fabric [n -S] ALATED having wings [adj] ALATES <alate=n> [n] ALBATA an alloy of copper, nickel, and zinc [n -S] ALBEDO the ratio of the light reflected by a planet to that received by it [n -D OS or -DOES] ALBEIT {although=conj} [conj] ALBINO an organism lacking normal pigmentation [n -NOS] : ALBINOTIC [adj] ALBITE a widely distributed white feldspar used in the manufacture of glass and ceramics [n -S] : ALBITIC, ALBITICAL [adj] ALBUMS <album=n> [n] ALCADE {alcalde=n} [n -S] ALCAIC a type of verse form [n -S] ALCIDS <alcid=n> [n]

ALCOVE a recessed section of a room [n -S] : ALCOVED [adj] ALDERS <alder=n> [n] ALDOLS <aldol=n> [n] ALDOSE a type of sugar [n -S] ALDRIN an {insecticide=n} [n -S] ALEGAR sour ale [n -S] ALEPHS <aleph=n> [n] ALERTS <alert=v> [v] ALEVIN a young fish [n -S] ALEXIA a cerebral disorder marked by the loss of the ability to read [n -S] ALEXIN a substance in the blood that aids in the destruction of bacteria [n -S] ALFAKI {alfaqui=n} [n -S] ALGINS <algin=n> [n] ALGOID resembling {algae=n} [adj] ALGORS <algor=n> [n] ALGUMS <algum=n> [n] ALIBIS <alibi=v> [v] ALIBLE nourishing [adj] ALIDAD {alidade=n} [n -S] ALIENS <alien=v> [v] ALIGHT to come down from something [v ALIGHTED or ALIT, ALIGHTING, ALIGHTS] ALIGNS <align=v> [v] ALINED <aline=v> [v] ALINER {aligner=n} [n -S] ALINES <aline=v> [v] ALIPED an animal having a membrane connecting the toes [n -S] ALIYAH the immigration of Jews to Israel [n -YAHS or -YOS or -YOT] ALIYAS <aliya=n> [n] ALIYOS <aliyah=n> [n] ALIYOT <aliyah=n> [n] ALKALI a basic chemical compound [n -LIES or -LIS] : ALKALIC [adj] ALKANE a saturated hydrocarbon [n -S] ALKENE an unsaturated hydrocarbon [n -S] ALKIES <alkie=n> [n] ALKINE {alkyne=n} [n -S] ALKOXY containing a univalent radical composed of alkyl united with oxygen [adj] ALKYDS <alkyd=n> [n] ALKYLS <alkyl=n> [n] ALKYNE an unsaturated hydrocarbon with at least one triple bond between two carb on atoms [n -S] ALLAYS <allay=v> [v] ALLEES <allee=n> [n] ALLEGE to assert without proof or before proving [v -LEGED, -LEGING, -LEGES] : A LLEGEDLY [adv] ALLELE any of several forms of a gene [n -S] : ALLELIC [adj] ALLEYS <alley=n> [n] ALLIED <ally=v> [v] ALLIES <ally=v> [v] ALLIUM a bulbous herb [n -S] ALLODS <allod=n> [n] ALLOTS <allot=v> [v] ALLOWS <allow=v> [v] ALLOYS <alloy=v> [v] ALLUDE to make an indirect reference [v -LUDED, -LUDING, -LUDES] ALLURE to attract with something desirable [v -LURED, -LURING, -LURES] ALLYLS <allyl=n> [n] ALMAHS <almah=n> [n] ALMEHS <almeh=n> [n] ALMNER {almoner=n} [n -S] ALMOND the edible nut of a small tree [n -S] : ALMONDY [adj]

ALMOST ALMUCE ALMUDE ALMUDS ALMUGS ALNICO ALODIA ALOHAS ALOINS ALPACA ALPHAS ALPHYL ALPINE ALSIKE ALTARS ALTERS ALTHEA ALUDEL ALULAE ALULAR ALUMIN ALUMNA ALUMNI ALVINE ALWAYS AMADOU AMARNA AMATOL AMAZED AMAZES AMAZON AMBAGE AMBARI AMBARY AMBEER AMBERS AMBERY AMBITS AMBLED AMBLER AMBLES AMBUSH AMEBAE AMEBAN AMEBAS AMEBIC AMEERS AMENDS AMENTS AMERCE AMICES AMICUS CI] AMIDES AMIDIC AMIDIN AMIDOL AMIDST AMIGAS AMIGOS

very nearly [adv] a hooded cape [n -S] {almud=n} [n -S] <almud=n> [n] <almug=n> [n] an alloy containing aluminum, nickel, and cobalt [n -COS] <alodium=n> [n] <aloha=n> [n] <aloin=n> [n] a ruminant mammal [n -S] <alpha=n> [n] a univalent radical [n -S] a plant native to high mountain regions [n -S] a European clover [n -S] <altar=n> [n] <alter=v> [v] a flowering plant [n -S] a pear-shaped vessel [n -S] <alula=n> [n] <alula=n> [adj] {alumina=n} [n -S] a female graduate [n -NAE] <alumnus=n> [n] pertaining to the abdomen and lower intestines [adj] at all times [adv] a substance prepared from fungi for use as tinder [n -S] pertaining to a certain historical period of ancient Egypt [adj] a powerful explosive [n -S] <amaze=v> [v] <amaze=v> [v] a tall, powerful woman [n -S] a winding path [n -S] : AMBAGIOUS [adj] {ambary=n} [n -S] an East Indian plant [n -RIES] tobacco juice [n -S] <amber=n> [n] {ambry=n} [n -BERIES] <ambit=n> [n] <amble=v> [v] one that {ambles=v} [n -S] <amble=v> [v] to attack from a concealed place [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <ameba=n> [n] <ameba=n> [adj] <ameba=n> [n] <ameba=n> [adj] <ameer=n> [n] <amend=v> [v] <ament=n> [n] to punish by imposing an arbitrary fine [v AMERCED, AMERCING, AMERCES] <amice=n> [n] one not party to a lawsuit but permitted by the court to advise it [n AMI <amide=n> [n] <amide=n> [adj] the soluble matter of starch [n -S] a chemical compound [n -S] in the midst of [prep] <amiga=n> [n] <amigo=n> [n]

AMINES <amine=n> [n] AMINIC <amine=n> [adj] AMMINE a type of chemical compound [n -S] AMMINO pertaining to an {ammine=n} [adj] AMMONO containing ammonia [adj] AMNION a membranous sac enclosing an embryo [n -NIONS or -NIA] : AMNIC, AMNIONIC , AMNIOTIC [adj] AMNIOS <amnio=n> [n] AMOEBA a unicellular microscopic organism [n -BAS or -BAE] : AMOEBAN, AMOEBIC, A MOEBOID [adj] AMOLES <amole=n> [n] AMORAL lacking a sense of right and wrong [adj] : AMORALLY [adv] AMOUNT to combine to yield a sum [v -ED, -ING, -S] AMOURS <amour=n> [n] AMPERE a unit of electric current strength [n -S] AMPING <amp=v> [v] AMPLER <ample=adj> [adj] AMPULE a small glass vial [n -S] AMPULS <ampul=n> [n] AMRITA a beverage that bestows immortality in Hindu mythology [n -S] AMTRAC a military vehicle equipped to move on land and water [n -S] AMUCKS <amuck=n> [n] AMULET an object worn to protect against evil or injury [n -S] AMUSED <amuse=v> [v] AMUSER one that {amuses=v} [n -S] AMUSES <amuse=v> [v] AMUSIA the inability to recognize musical sounds [n -S] AMYLIC pertaining to {amyl=n} [adj] AMYLUM starch [n -S] ANABAS a freshwater fish [n -ES] ANADEM a wreath for the head [n -S] ANALLY at or through the anus [adv] ANALOG {analogue=n} [n -S] ANANKE a compelling necessity in ancient Greek religion [n -S] ANARCH an advocate of {anarchy=n} [n -S] ANATTO {annatto=n} [n -TOS] ANCHOR to secure by means of an anchor (a device for holding a floating vessel i n place) [v -ED, -ING, -S] ANCHOS <ancho=n> [n] ANCONE {ancon=n} [n -S] ANDROS <andro=n> [n] ANEARS <anear=v> [v] ANELED <anele=v> [v] ANELES <anele=v> [v] ANEMIA a disorder of the blood [n -S] : ANEMIC [adj] ANEMIC <anemia=n> [adj] ANENST {anent=prep} [prep] ANERGY lack of energy [n -GIES] : ANERGIC [adj] ANGARY the right of a warring state to seize neutral property [n -RIES] ANGELS <angel=v> [v] ANGERS <anger=v> [v] ANGINA a disease marked by spasmodic attacks of intense pain [n -S] : ANGINAL, A NGINOSE, ANGINOUS [adj] ANGLED <angle=v> [v] ANGLER one that {angles=v} [n -S] ANGLES <angle=v> [v] ANGLOS <anglo=n> [n] ANGORA the long, silky hair of a domestic goat [n -S] ANGSTS <angst=n> [n] ANILIN {aniline=n} [n -S]

ANIMAL a living organism typically capable of voluntary motion and sensation [n -S] : ANIMALIC, ANIMALIAN [adj] ANIMAS <anima=n> [n] ANIMES <anime=n> [n] ANIMIS <animi=n> [n] ANIMUS a feeling of hostility [n -ES] ANIONS <anion=n> [n] ANISES <anise=n> [n] ANISIC pertaining to an {anise=n} [adj] ANKLED <ankle=v> [v] ANKLES <ankle=v> [v] ANKLET an ornament for the ankle [n -S] ANKUSH {ankus=n} [n -ES] ANLACE a medieval dagger [n -S] ANLAGE the initial cell structure from which an embryonic organ develops [n -GEN or -GES] ANNALS <annal=n> [n] ANNEAL to {toughen=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ANNEXE something added or attached [n -S] ANNONA a tropical tree [n -S] ANNOYS <annoy=v> [v] ANNUAL a publication issued once a year [n -S] ANNULI <annulus=n> [n] ANNULS <annul=v> [v] ANODAL <anode=n> [adj] ANODES <anode=n> [n] ANODIC <anode=n> [adj] ANOINT to apply oil to as a sacred rite [v -ED, -ING, -S] ANOLES <anole=n> [n] ANOMIC <anomie=n> [adj] ANOMIE a collapse of the social structures governing a given society [n -S] : AN OMIC [adj] ANONYM a false or assumed name [n -S] ANOPIA {anoopsia=n} [n -S] ANORAK a {parka=n} [n -S] ANOXIA absence of oxygen [n -S] : ANOXIC [adj] ANOXIC <anoxia=n> [adj] ANSATE having a handle [adj] ANSWER to say, write, or act in return [v -ED, -ING, -S] ANTEED <ante=v> [v] ANTHEM to praise in a song [v -ED, -ING, -S] ANTHER the pollen-bearing part of a stamen [n -S] : ANTHERAL [adj] ANTIAR an arrow poison [n -S] ANTICK to {antic=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ANTICS <antic=v> [v] ANTING the deliberate placing, by certain birds, of living ants among the feathe rs [n -S] ANTLER the horn of an animal of the deer family [n -S] : ANTLERED [adj] ANTRAL pertaining to an {antrum=n} [adj] ANTRES <antre=n> [n] ANTRUM a cavity in a bone [n -TRA or -TRUMS] ANURAL {anurous=adj} [adj] ANURAN a frog or toad [n -S] ANURIA absence of urine [n -S] : ANURIC [adj] ANURIC <anuria=n> [adj] ANUSES <anus=n> [n] ANVILS <anvil=v> [v] ANYHOW in any way [adv] ANYONE any person [pron] ANYONS <anyon=n> [n]

ANYWAY in any way [adv] AORIST a verb tense [n -S] : AORISTIC [adj] AORTAE <aorta=n> [n] AORTAL <aorta=n> [adj] AORTAS <aorta=n> [n] AORTIC <aorta=n> [adj] AOUDAD a wild sheep [n -S] APACHE a Parisian gangster [n -S] APATHY lack of emotion [n -THIES] : APATHETIC [adj] APERCU a brief summary [n -S] APEXES <apex=n> [n] APHIDS <aphid=n> [n] APHTHA a small blister in the mouth or stomach [n -THAE] : APHTHOUS [adj] APIARY a place where bees are kept [n -ARIES] APICAL a sound articulated with the apex (tip) of the tongue [n -S] APICES <apex=n> [n] APIECE for each one [adv] APLITE a fine-grained rock [n -S] : APLITIC [adj] APLOMB self-confidence [n -S] APNEAL <apnea=n> [adj] APNEAS <apnea=n> [n] APNEIC <apnea=n> [adj] APNOEA {apnea=n} [n -S] : APNOEAL, APNOEIC [adj] APODAL having no feet or footlike appendages [adj] APOGEE the point in the orbit of a body which is farthest from the earth [n -S] : APOGEAL, APOGEAN, APOGEIC [adj] APOLLO a handsome young man [n -LOS] APOLOG {apologue=n} [n -S] APORIA an expression of doubt for rhetorical effect [n -S] APPALL to fill with horror or dismay [v -ED, -ING, -S] APPALS <appal=v> [v] APPEAL to make an earnest request [v -ED, -ING, -S] APPEAR to come into view [v -ED, -ING, -S] APPELS <appel=n> [n] APPEND to add as a supplement [v -ED, -ING, -S] APPLES <apple=n> [n] APPLET a computer program for a simple task [n -S] APPOSE to place side by side [v -POSED, -POSING, -POSES] : APPOSABLE [adj] APRONS <apron=v> [v] APTEST <apt=adj> [adj] ARABIC derived from gum arabic [adj] ARABLE {arable=adj} land [n -S] / suitable for cultivation [adj] ARAMES <arame=n> [n] ARAMID a type of chemical compound [n -S] ARBORS <arbor=n> [n] ARBOUR a shady garden shelter [n -S] : ARBOURED [adj] ARBUTE an evergreen tree [n -S] : ARBUTEAN [adj] ARCADE to provide with an arcade (a series of arches) [v -CADED, -CADING, -CADES ] ARCANA <arcanum=n> [n] ARCANE {mysterious=adj} [adj] ARCHED <arch=v> [v] ARCHER one that shoots with a bow and arrow [n -S] ARCHES <arch=v> [v] ARCHIL {orchil=n} [n -S] ARCHLY {slyly=adv} [adv] ARCHON a magistrate of ancient Athens [n -S] ARCING <arc=v> [v] ARCKED <arc=v> [v] ARCTIC a warm, waterproof overshoe [n -S]

ARDEBS <ardeb=n> [n] ARDENT characterized by intense emotion [adj] : ARDENTLY [adv] ARDORS <ardor=n> [n] ARDOUR {ardor=n} [n -S] ARECAS <areca=n> [n] ARENAS <arena=n> [n] ARENES <arene=n> [n] AREOLA a small space in a network of leaf veins [n -LAE or -LAS] : AREOLAR, AREO LATE [adj] AREOLE {areola=n} [n -S] AREPAS <arepa=n> [n] ARETES <arete=n> [n] ARGALA a type of {stork=n} [n -S] ARGALI a wild sheep [n -S] ARGALS <argal=n> [n] ARGENT silver [n -S] : ARGENTAL, ARGENTIC, ARGENTOUS [adj] ARGILS <argil=n> [n] ARGLED <argle=v> [v] ARGLES <argle=v> [v] ARGOLS <argol=n> [n] ARGONS <argon=n> [n] ARGOSY a large merchant ship [n -SIES] ARGOTS <argot=n> [n] ARGUED <argue=v> [v] ARGUER one that {argues=v} [n -S] ARGUES <argue=v> [v] ARGUFY to argue stubbornly [v -FIED, -FYING, -FIES] ARGYLE a knitting pattern [n -S] ARGYLL {argyle=n} [n -S] ARHATS <arhat=n> [n] ARIARY a monetary unit of Madagascar [n ARIARY] ARIDER <arid=adj> [adj] ARIDLY <arid=adj> [adv] ARIELS <ariel=n> [n] ARIGHT rightly; correctly [adv] ARILED <aril=n> [adj] ARIOSE characterized by melody [adj] ARIOSI <arioso=n> [n] ARIOSO a musical passage resembling an aria [n -SOS or -SI] ARISEN <arise=v> [v] ARISES <arise=v> [v] ARISTA a bristlelike structure or appendage [n -TAE or -TAS] : ARISTATE [adj] ARISTO an {aristocrat=n} [n -TOS] ARKOSE a type of {sandstone=n} [n -S] : ARKOSIC [adj] ARMADA a fleet of warships [n -S] ARMERS <armer=n> [n] ARMETS <armet=n> [n] ARMFUL as much as the arm can hold [n ARMFULS or ARMSFUL] ARMIES <army=n> [n] ARMING the act of one that {arms=v} [n -S] ARMLET an {armband=n} [n -S] ARMORS <armor=v> [v] ARMORY a place where weapons are stored [n -MORIES] ARMOUR to {armor=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ARMPIT the hollow under the arm at the shoulder [n -S] ARMURE a woven fabric [n -S] ARNICA a perennial herb [n -S] AROIDS <aroid=n> [n] AROINT to drive away [v -ED, -ING, -S] AROMAS <aroma=n> [n]

AROUND AROUSE AROYNT ARPENS ARPENT ARRACK ARRANT ARRAYS ARREAR ARREST ARRIBA ARRIVE ARROBA ARROWS ARROWY ARROYO ARSENO ARSHIN ARSINE ARSINO ARSONS ARTELS ARTERY ARTFUL ARTIER ARTILY ARTIST ASANAS ASARUM ASCEND ASCENT ASCOTS ASDICS ASHCAN ASHIER ASHING ASHLAR ASHLER ASHMAN ASHMEN ASHORE ASHRAM ASIDES ASKANT ASKERS ASKING ASLANT ASLEEP ASLOPE ASLOSH ASPECT ASPENS ASPERS ASPICS ASPIRE ASPISH ASRAMA ASSAIL ASSAIS ASSAYS

on all sides of [prep] to {stimulate=v} [v AROUSED, AROUSING, AROUSES] : AROUSABLE [adj] to {aroint=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <arpen=n> [n] an old French unit of area [n -S] an Oriental liquor [n -S] {outright=adj} [adj] : ARRANTLY [adv] <array=v> [v] an unpaid and overdue debt [n -S] to seize and hold by legal authority [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ARRESTIVE [adj] used to express pleasure [interj] to reach a destination [v -RIVED, -RIVING, -RIVES] a Spanish unit of weight [n -S] <arrow=v> [v] moving swiftly [adj] a brook or creek [n -ROYOS] containing a certain bivalent chemical radical [adj] {archine=n} [n -S] a poisonous gas [n -S] containing a certain univalent chemical radical [adj] <arson=n> [n] <artel=n> [n] a vessel that carries blood away from the heart [n -TERIES] {crafty=adj} [adj] : ARTFULLY [adv] <arty=adj> [adj] in an arty manner [adv] one who practices one of the fine arts [n -S] <asana=n> [n] a perennial herb [n -S] to go or move upward [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ASCENSIVE [adj] the act of {ascending=v} [n -S] <ascot=n> [n] <asdic=n> [n] a metal receptacle for garbage [n -S] <ashy=adj> [adj] <ash=v> [v] to build with squared stones [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {ashlar=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] one who collects and removes ashes [n ASHMEN] <ashman=n> [n] toward or on the shore [adv] a secluded dwelling of a Hindu sage [n -S] <aside=n> [n] {askance=adv} [adv] <asker=n> [n] the act of one who {asks=v} [n -S] slanting [adj] sleeping [adj] sloping [adj] covered with water [adj] appearance of something to the eye or mind [n -S] : ASPECTUAL [adj] <aspen=n> [n] <asper=n> [n] <aspic=n> [n] to have an earnest desire or ambition [v -PIRED, -PIRING, -PIRES] resembling an {asp=n} [adj] {ashram=n} [n -S] to {attack=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <assai=n> [n] <assay=v> [v]

ASSENT to express agreement [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ASSENTIVE [adj] ASSERT to state positively [v -ED, -ING, -S] ASSESS to estimate the value of for taxation [v -ED, -ING, -ES] ASSETS <asset=n> [n] ASSIGN to set apart for a particular purpose [v -ED, -ING, -S] ASSIST to give aid or support to [v -ED, -ING, -S] : ASSISTIVE [adj] ASSIZE a session of a legislative or judicial body [n -S] ASSOIL to {pardon=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] ASSORT to distribute into groups according to kind or class [v -ED, -ING, -S] ASSUME to take on [v -SUMED, -SUMING, -SUMES] : ASSUMABLE [adj], ASSUMABLY, ASSU MEDLY [adv] ASSURE to {insure=v} [v -SURED, -SURING, -SURES] : ASSURABLE [adj], ASSUREDLY [a dv] ASTERN at or toward the rear of a ship [adv] ASTERS <aster=n> [n] ASTHMA a respiratory disease [n -S] ASTONY to {astonish=v} [v -TONIED, -TONYING, -TONIES] ASTRAL a type of oil lamp [n -S] ASTRAY off the right course [adv] ASTUTE {shrewd=adj} [adj] : ASTUTELY [adv] ASWARM swarming [adj] ASWIRL swirling [adj] ASWOON swooning [adj] ASYLUM an institution for the care of the mentally ill [n -LUMS or -LA] ATABAL a type of drum [n -S] ATAMAN a {hetman=n} [n -S] ATAVIC pertaining to a remote ancestor [adj] ATAXIA loss of muscular coordination [n -S] ATAXIC one suffering from ataxia [n -S] ATELIC pertaining to a type of verb form [adj] ATLATL a device for throwing a spear or dart [n -S] ATMANS <atman=n> [n] ATOLLS <atoll=n> [n] ATOMIC <atom=n> [adj] ATONAL lacking tonality [adj] : ATONALLY [adv] ATONED <atone=v> [v] ATONER one that {atones=v} [n -S] ATONES <atone=v> [v] ATONIA {atony=n} [n -S] ATONIC an unaccented syllable or word [n -S] ATOPIC <atopy=n> [adj] ATRIAL pertaining to an {atrium=n} [adj] ATRIUM the main room of an ancient Roman house [n ATRIA or ATRIUMS] ATTACH to connect as an associated part [v -ED, -ING, -ES] ATTACK to set upon violently [v -ED, -ING, -S] ATTAIN to gain or achieve by mental or physical effort [v -ED, -ING, -S] ATTARS <attar=n> [n] ATTEND to be present at [v -ED, -ING, -S] ATTENT {heedful=adj} [adj] ATTEST to affirm to be true or genuine [v -ED, -ING, -S] ATTICS <attic=n> [n] ATTIRE to {clothe=v} [v -TIRED, -TIRING, -TIRES] ATTORN to acknowledge a new owner as one's landlord [v -ED, -ING, -S] ATTRIT to lose by attrition [v -TRITTED, -TRITTING, -TRITS] ATTUNE to bring into harmony [v -TUNED, -TUNING, -TUNES] ATWAIN in two [adv] ATWEEN {between=prep} [prep] ATYPIC {atypical=adj} [adj] AUBADE a morning song [n -S] AUBURN a reddish brown color [n -S]

AUCUBA a shrub of the dogwood family [n -S] AUDADS <audad=n> [n] AUDIAL {aural=adj} [adj] AUDILE one whose mental imagery is chiefly auditory [n -S] AUDING the process of hearing, recognizing, and interpreting a spoken language [ n -S] AUDIOS <audio=n> [n] AUDITS <audit=v> [v] AUGEND a number to which another is to be added [n -S] AUGERS <auger=n> [n] AUGHTS <aught=n> [n] AUGITE a mineral [n -S] : AUGITIC [adj] AUGURS <augur=v> [v] AUGURY the practice of auguring [n -RIES] AUGUST inspiring reverence or admiration [adj -GUSTER, -GUSTEST] : AUGUSTLY [adv ] AUKLET a small {auk=n} [n -S] AULDER <auld=adj> [adj] AUNTIE {aunt=n} [n -S] AUNTLY of or suggesting an aunt [adj -LIER, -LIEST] AURATE having ears [adj] AUREUS a gold coin of ancient Rome [n -REI] AURIST a specialist in diseases of the ear [n -S] AURORA the rising light of the morning [n -RAS or -RAE] : AURORAL, AUROREAN [adj ], AURORALLY [adv] AUROUS pertaining to {gold=n} [adj] AURUMS <aurum=n> [n] AUSPEX a soothsayer of ancient Rome [n -PICES] AUSUBO a tropical tree [n -BOS] AUTEUR the creator of a film [n -S] AUTHOR to {write=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] AUTISM extreme withdrawal into fantasy [n -S] AUTIST an {autistic=n} [n -S] AUTOED <auto=v> [v] AUTUMN a season of the year [n -S] : AUTUMNAL [adj] AUXINS <auxin=n> [n] AVAILS <avail=v> [v] AVATAR the incarnation of a Hindu deity [n -S] AVAUNT used as an order of dismissal [interj] AVENGE to exact retribution for [v AVENGED, AVENGING, AVENGES] AVENUE a wide street [n -S] AVERSE opposed; reluctant [adj] : AVERSELY [adv] AVERTS <avert=v> [v] AVIANS <avian=n> [n] AVIARY a large enclosure for live birds [n -ARIES] AVIATE to fly an aircraft [v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES] AVIDIN a protein found in egg white [n -S] AVIDLY in an avid manner [adv] AVIONS <avion=n> [n] AVISOS <aviso=n> [n] AVOCET a shore bird [n -S] AVOIDS <avoid=v> [v] AVOSET {avocet=n} [n -S] AVOUCH to {affirm=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] AVOWAL an open declaration [n -S] AVOWED <avow=v> [v] AVOWER one that {avows=v} [n -S] AVULSE to tear off forcibly [v AVULSED, AVULSING, AVULSES] AWAITS <await=v> [v] AWAKED <awake=v> [v]

AWAKEN AWAKES AWARDS AWEARY AWEIGH AWEING AWHILE AWHIRL AWLESS AWMOUS AWNING AWOKEN AXEMAN AXEMEN AXENIC AXILLA AXIOMS AXIONS AXISED AXISES AXITES AXLIKE AXONAL AXONES AXONIC AXSEED AZALEA AZIDES AZINES AZLONS AZOLES AZONAL AZONIC AZOTED AZOTES AZOTHS AZOTIC AZUKIS AZURES AZYGOS BAAING BAALIM BAASES BABBLE BABELS BABIED BABIER BABIES BABKAS BABOOL BABOON BABOOS BABULS BACCAE BACHED BACHES BACKED BACKER BACKUP BACONS

to {awake=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <awake=v> [v] <award=v> [v] {weary=adj} [adj] hanging just clear of the bottom -- used of an anchor [adj] <awe=v> [v] for a short time [adv] whirling [adj] {aweless=adj} [adj] {alms=n} [n AWMOUS] a rooflike canvas cover [n -S] : AWNINGED [adj] <awake=v> [v] {axman=n} [n AXEMEN] <axeman=n> [n] free from germs [adj] the {armpit=n} [n -LAE or -LAS] <axiom=n> [n] <axion=n> [n] <axis=n> [adj] <axis=n> [n] <axite=n> [n] resembling an ax [adj] <axon=n> [adj] <axone=n> [n] <axon=n> [adj] a European herb [n -S] a flowering shrub [n -S] <azide=n> [n] <azine=n> [n] <azlon=n> [n] <azole=n> [n] pertaining to a type of a soil group [adj] not restricted to any particular zone [adj] <azote=n> [adj] <azote=n> [n] <azoth=n> [n] pertaining to {azote=n} [adj] <azuki=n> [n] <azure=n> [n] an azygous anatomical part [n -ES] <baa=v> [v] <baal=n> [n] <baas=n> [n] to talk idly or excessively [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] <babel=n> [n] <baby=v> [v] <baby=adj> [adj] <baby=v> [v] <babka=n> [n] {babul=n} [n -S] a large ape [n -S] <baboo=n> [n] <babul=n> [n] <bacca=n> [n] <bach=v> [v] <bach=v> [v] <back=v> [v] a {supporter=n} [n -S] a substitute [n -S] <bacon=n> [n]

BACULA BADDER BADDIE BADGED BADGER BADGES BADMAN BADMEN BAFFED BAFFLE BAGASS BAGELS BAGFUL BAGGED BAGGER BAGGIE BAGMAN BAGMEN BAGNIO BAGUET BAGWIG BAILED BAILEE BAILER BAILEY BAILIE BAILOR BAIRNS BAITED BAITER BAIZAS BAIZES BAKERS BAKERY BAKING BALATA BALBOA BALDED BALDER BALDLY BALEEN BALERS BALING BALKED BALKER BALLAD BALLED BALLER BALLET BALLON BALLOT BALSAM BALSAS BAMBOO BAMMED BANANA BANCOS BANDAS BANDED BANDER

<baculum=n> [n] <bad=adj> [adj] a bad person [n -S] <badge=v> [v] to {harass=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <badge=v> [v] an outlaw [n BADMEN] <badman=n> [n] <baff=v> [v] to {confuse=v} [v -FLED, -FLING, -FLES] {bagasse=n} [n -ES] <bagel=n> [n] as much as a bag can hold [n BAGFULS or BAGSFUL] <bag=v> [v] one that {bags=v} [n -S] the stomach [n -S] a traveling salesman [n BAGMEN] <bagman=n> [n] a {brothel=n} [n -NIOS] {baguette=n} [n -S] a type of wig [n -S] <bail=v> [v] a person to whom property is bailed [n -S] {bailor=n} [n -S] an outer castle wall [n -LEYS] a Scottish magistrate [n -S] a person who bails property to another [n -S] <bairn=n> [n] <bait=v> [v] one that {baits=v} [n -S] <baiza=n> [n] <baize=n> [n] <baker=n> [n] a place where baked goods are sold [n -ERIES] a quantity baked [n -S] a tropical tree [n -S] a monetary unit of Panama [n -S] <bald=v> [v] <bald=adj> [adj] in a plain and blunt manner [adv] {whalebone=n} [n -S] <baler=n> [n] <bale=v> [v] <balk=v> [v] one that {balks=v} [n -S] a narrative poem or song [n -S] : BALLADIC [adj] <ball=v> [v] one that {balls=v} [n -S] a classical dance form [n -S] : BALLETIC [adj] lightness of movement [n -S] to {vote=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to anoint with balsam (an aromatic, resinous substance) [v -ED, -ING, -S] <balsa=n> [n] a tropical grass [n -BOOS] <bam=v> [v] an edible fruit [n -S] <banco=n> [n] <banda=n> [n] <band=v> [v] one that {bands=v} [n -S]

BANDIT BANDOG BANGED BANGER BANGLE BANIAN BANING BANISH BANJAX BANJOS BANKED BANKER BANKIT BANNED BANNER BANNET BANTAM BANTER BANYAN BANZAI BAOBAB BARBAL BARBED BARBEL BARBER BARBES BARBET BARBIE BARBUT BARCAS BARDED BARDES BARDIC BAREGE BARELY BAREST BARFED BARFLY BARGED BARGEE BARGES BARHOP BARING BARITE BARIUM BARKED BARKER BARLEY BARLOW BARMAN BARMEN BARMIE BARNED BARNEY BARONG BARONS BARONY BARQUE BARRED BARREL

a {robber=n} [n -DITS or -DITTI] a watchdog [n -S] <bang=v> [v] a {sausage=n} [n -S] a {bracelet=n} [n -S] a Hindu merchant [n -S] <bane=v> [v] to {expel=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] to damage or ruin [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <banjo=n> [n] <bank=v> [v] one who works in a bank [n -S] : BANKERLY [adj] a raised sidewalk [n -S] <ban=v> [v] to furnish with a banner (a type of flag) [v -ED, -ING, -S] a bonnet [n -S] a small fowl [n -S] to exchange mildly teasing remarks [v -ED, -ING, -S] an East Indian tree [n -S] a Japanese battle cry [n -S] a tropical tree [n -S] pertaining to the beard [adj] <barb=v> [v] an organ of a fish [n -S] to cut hair [v -ED, -ING, -S] <barbe=n> [n] a tropical bird [n -S] a portable fireplace for cooking [n -S] a type of helmet [n -S] <barca=n> [n] <barde=v> [v] <barde=v> [v] {poetic=adj} [adj] a sheer fabric [n -S] {scarcely=adv} [adv] <bare=adj> [adj] <barf=v> [v] a drinker who frequents bars [n -FLIES] <barge=v> [v] a {bargeman=n} [n -S] <barge=v> [v] to visit a number of bars during an evening [v -HOPPED, -HOPPING, -HOPS] <bare=v> [v] a mineral [n -S] a metallic element [n -S] <bark=v> [v] one that {barks=v} [n -S] a cereal grass [n -LEYS] a {jackknife=n} [n -S] a male {bartender=n} [n BARMEN] <barman=n> [n] {barmy=adj} [adj] <barn=v> [v] a noisy argument [n -NEYS] a broad knife [n -S] <baron=n> [n] the domain of a baron [n -ONIES] a sailing vessel [n -S] <bar=v> [v] to move fast [v -RELED, -RELING, -RELS or -RELLED, -RELLING, -RELS]

BARREN {unproductive=adj} [adj -RENER, -RENEST] : BARRENLY [adv] / a tract of ba rren land [n -S] BARRES <barre=v> [v] BARRET a flat cap [n -S] BARRIO a district [n -RIOS] BARROW a type of cart [n -S] BARTER to {trade=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BARYES <barye=n> [n] BARYON a type of subatomic particle [n -S] : BARYONIC [adj] BARYTA a compound of barium [n -S] : BARYTIC [adj] BARYTE {barite=n} [n -S] BASALT a volcanic rock [n -S] : BASALTIC [adj] BASELY in a base manner [adv] BASEST <base=adj> [adj] BASHAW a {pasha=n} [n -S] BASHED <bash=v> [v] BASHER one that {bashes=v} [n -S] BASHES <bash=v> [v] BASICS <basic=n> [n] BASIFY to {alkalize=v} [v -FIED, -FYING, -FIES] BASILS <basil=n> [n] BASING <base=v> [v] BASINS <basin=n> [n] BASION a part of the skull [n -S] BASKED <bask=v> [v] BASKET a wooden container [n -S] BASQUE a {bodice=n} [n -S] BASSES <bass=n> [n] BASSET to {outcrop=v} [v -SETED, -SETING, -SETS or -SETTED, -SETTING, -SETS] BASSLY in a low-pitched manner [adv] BASSOS <basso=n> [n] BASTED <baste=v> [v] BASTER one that {bastes=v} [n -S] BASTES <baste=v> [v] BATBOY a boy who minds baseball equipment [n -BOYS] BATEAU a flat-bottomed boat [n BATEAUX] BATHED <bathe=v> [v] BATHER one that {bathes=v} [n -S] BATHES <bathe=v> [v] BATHOS {triteness=n} [n -ES] BATIKS <batik=v> [v] BATING <bate=v> [v] BATMAN an {orderly=n} [n BATMEN] BATMEN <batman=n> [n] BATONS <baton=n> [n] BATTED <bat=v> [v] BATTEN to fasten with strips of wood [v -ED, -ING, -S] BATTER to beat repeatedly [v -ED, -ING, -S] BATTIK a dyeing process [n -S] BATTLE to {fight=v} [v -TLED, -TLING, -TLES] BATTUE a type of hunt [n -S] BAUBEE {bawbee=n} [n -S] BAUBLE a cheap trinket [n -S] BAULKS <baulk=v> [v] BAULKY {balky=adj} [adj BAULKIER, BAULKIEST] BAWBEE a Scottish coin [n -S] BAWDRY {obscenity=n} [n -RIES] BAWLED <bawl=v> [v] BAWLER one that {bawls=v} [n -S] BAWTIE a dog [n -S]

BAYAMO BAYARD BAYING BAYMAN BAYMEN BAYOUS BAZAAR BAZARS BAZOOS BEACHY BEACON BEADED BEADER BEADLE BEAGLE BEAKED BEAKER BEAMED BEANED BEANIE BEANOS BEARDS BEARER BEASTS BEATEN BEATER BEAUTS BEAUTY BEAVER BEBOPS BECALM BECAME BECAPS BECKED BECKET BECKON BECLOG BECOME BEDAMN BEDAUB BEDBUG BEDDED BEDDER BEDECK BEDELL BEDELS BEDEWS BEDIMS BEDLAM BEDPAN BEDRID BEDRUG BEDSIT BEDUIN BEDUMB BEEBEE BEECHY BEEFED BEEPED BEEPER

a strong wind [n -MOS] a horse [n -S] <bay=v> [v] a person who fishes on a bay [n BAYMEN] <bayman=n> [n] <bayou=n> [n] a {marketplace=n} [n -S] <bazar=n> [n] <bazoo=n> [n] sandy or pebbly [adj BEACHIER, BEACHIEST] to warn or guide [v -ED, -ING, -S] <bead=v> [v] one that {beads=v} [n -S] a parish official [n -S] a small hound [n -S] <beak=n> [adj] a large cup [n -S] <beam=v> [v] <bean=v> [v] a small cap [n -S] <beano=n> [n] <beard=v> [v] one that {bears=v} [n -S] <beast=n> [n] <beat=v> [v] one that {beats=v} [n -S] <beaut=n> [n] one that is lovely [n -TIES] to work hard [v -ED, -ING, -S] <bebop=n> [n] to make {calm=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <become=v> [v] <becap=v> [v] <beck=v> [v] a securing rope [n -S] to signal by sign or gesture [v -ED, -ING, -S] to clog thoroughly [v -CLOGGED, -CLOGGING, -CLOGS] to come to be [v -CAME, -COMING, -COMES] to swear at [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {besmear=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a bloodsucking insect [n -S] <bed=v> [v] one that makes up beds [n -S] to clothe with finery [v -ED, -ING, -S] {bedel=n} [n -S] <bedel=n> [n] <bedew=v> [v] <bedim=v> [v] {confusion=n} [n -S] a toilet pan [n -S] {bedfast=adj} [adj] to make {sleepy=adj} [v -DRUGGED, -DRUGGING, -DRUGS] a one-room apartment [n -S] {bedouin=n} [n -S] to render speechless [v -ED, -ING, -S] a pellet [n -S] abounding in {beeches=n} [adj BEECHIER, BEECHIEST] <beef=v> [v] <beep=v> [v] a signaling device [n -S]

BEETLE BEEVES BEEZER BEFALL BEFELL BEFITS BEFLAG BEFLEA BEFOGS BEFOOL BEFORE BEFOUL BEFRET BEGALL BEGAZE BEGETS BEGGAR BEGGED BEGINS BEGIRD BEGIRT BEGLAD BEGONE BEGRIM BEGULF BEGUMS BEHALF BEHAVE BEHEAD BEHELD BEHEST BEHIND BEHOLD BEHOOF BEHOVE BEHOWL BEIGES BEIGNE BEINGS BEKISS BEKNOT BELADY BELAUD BELAYS BELDAM BELEAP BELFRY BELGAS BELIED BELIEF BELIER BELIES BELIKE BELIVE BELLED BELLES BELLOW BELONG BELONS BELOWS

to jut out [v -TLED, -TLING, -TLES] <beef=n> [n] the nose [n -S] to happen to [v -FELL, -FALLEN, -FALLING, -FALLS] <befall=v> [v] <befit=v> [v] to deck with flags [v -FLAGGED, -FLAGGING, -FLAGS] to infest with fleas [v -ED, -ING, -S] <befog=v> [v] to {deceive=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] {previously=adv} [adv] to {foul=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {gnaw=v} [v -FRETTED, -FRETTING, -FRETS] to make sore by rubbing [v -ED, -ING, -S] to gaze at [v -GAZED, -GAZING, -GAZES] <beget=v> [v] to {impoverish=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <beg=v> [v] <begin=v> [v] to {surround=v} [v -GIRT or -GIRDED, -GIRDING, -GIRDS] <begird=v> [v] to {gladden=v} [v -GLADDED, -GLADDING, -GLADS] used as an order of dismissal [interj] to {begrime=v} [v -GRIMMED, -GRIMMING, -GRIMS] to {engulf=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <begum=n> [n] interest, support, or benefit [n -HALVES] to act properly [v -HAVED, -HAVING, -HAVES] to cut off the head of [v -ED, -ING, -S] <behold=v> [v] a command [n -S] the {buttocks=n} [n -S] to {view=v} [v -HELD, -HOLDING, -HOLDS] use, advantage, or benefit [n -HOOVES] to {behoove=v} [v -HOVED, -HOVING, -HOVES] to howl at [v -ED, -ING, -S] <beige=n> [n] {beignet=n} [n -S] <being=n> [n] to cover with kisses [v -ED, -ING, -ES] to tie in knots [v -KNOTTED, -KNOTTING, -KNOTS] to apply the title of lady to [v -DIED, -DYING, -DIES] to {praise=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <belay=v> [v] an old woman [n -S] to leap upon [v -LEAPT or -LEAPED, -LEAPING, -LEAPS] a bell tower [n -FRIES] : BELFRIED [adj] <belga=n> [n] <belie=v> [v] acceptance of the truth or actuality of something [n -S] one that {belies=v} [n -S] <belie=v> [v] perhaps [adv] in due time [adv] <bell=v> [v] <belle=n> [n] to shout in a deep voice [v -ED, -ING, -S] to be a member of [v -ED, -ING, -S] <belon=n> [n] <below=n> [n]

BELTED BELTER BELUGA BEMATA BEMEAN BEMIRE BEMIST BEMIXT BEMOAN BEMOCK BEMUSE BENAME BENDAY BENDED BENDEE BENDER BENDYS BENIGN BENNES BENNET BENNIS BENTOS BENUMB BENZAL BENZIN BENZOL BENZYL BERAKE BERATE BEREFT BERETS BERIME BERLIN BERMED BERMES BERTHA BERTHS BERYLS BESEEM BESETS BESIDE BESMUT BESNOW BESOMS BESOTS BESTED BESTIR BESTOW BESTUD BETAKE BETELS BETHEL BETIDE BETIME BETISE BETONS BETONY BETOOK BETRAY BETTAS

<belt=v> [v] one that {belts=v} [n -S] a white sturgeon [n -S] <bema=n> [n] to {debase=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to soil with mud [v -MIRED, -MIRING, -MIRES] to envelop in a mist [v -ED, -ING, -S] <bemix=v> [v] to {lament=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {mock=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {confuse=v} [v -MUSED, -MUSING, -MUSES] to {name=v} [v -NAMED, -NEMPT or -NEMPTED, -NAMING, -NAMES] to reproduce using a certain process [v -ED, -ING, -S] <bend=v> [v] {bendy=n} [n -S] one that {bends=v} [n -S] <bendy=n> [n] {kind=adj} [adj] : BENIGNLY [adv] <benne=n> [n] a perennial herb [n -S] <benni=n> [n] <bento=n> [n] to make {numb=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] pertaining to a certain chemical group [adj] {benzine=n} [n -S] a {benzene=n} [n -S] a univalent chemical radical [n -S] : BENZYLIC [adj] to rake all over [v -RAKED, -RAKING, -RAKES] to scold severely [v -RATED, -RATING, -RATES] <bereave=v> [v] <beret=n> [n] to {berhyme=v} [v -RIMED, -RIMING, -RIMES] a type of {carriage=n} [n -S] <berm=v> [v] <berme=n> [n] a wide collar [n -S] <berth=v> [v] <beryl=n> [n] to be suitable [v -ED, -ING, -S] <beset=v> [v] next to [prep] to blacken with smut [v -SMUTTED, -SMUTTING, -SMUTS] to cover with snow [v -ED, -ING, -S] <besom=n> [n] <besot=v> [v] <best=v> [v] to {rouse=v} [v -STIRRED, -STIRRING, -STIRS] to present as a gift [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {dot=v} [v -STUDDED, -STUDDING, -STUDS] to cause to go [v -TOOK, -TAKEN, -TAKING, -TAKES] <betel=n> [n] a holy place [n -S] to {befall=v} [v -TIDED, -TIDING, -TIDES] {betimes=adv} [adv] {stupidity=n} [n -S] <beton=n> [n] a European herb [n -NIES] <betake=v> [v] to aid an enemy of [v -ED, -ING, -S] <betta=n> [n]

BETTED BETTER BETTOR BEVELS BEVIES BEVORS BEWAIL BEWARE BEWEEP BEWEPT BEWIGS BEWORM BEWRAP BEWRAY BEYLIC BEYLIK BEYOND BEZANT BEZAZZ BEZELS BEZILS BEZOAR BHAKTA BHAKTI BHANGS BHARAL BHOOTS BIALIS BIALYS BIASED BIASES BIAXAL BIBBED BIBBER BIBLES BICARB BICEPS BICKER BICORN BICRON BIDDEN BIDDER BIDERS BIDETS BIDING BIELDS BIFACE BIFFED BIFFIN BIFLEX BIFOLD BIFORM BIGAMY BIGEYE BIGGER BIGGIE BIGGIN BIGHTS BIGOTS BIGWIG

<bet=v> [v] to {improve=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] one that {bets=v} [n -S] <bevel=v> [v] <bevy=n> [n] <bevor=n> [n] to {lament=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to be careful [v -WARED, -WARING, -WARES] to {lament=v} [v -WEPT, -WEEPING, -WEEPS] <beweep=v> [v] <bewig=v> [v] to infest with worms [v -ED, -ING, -S] to wrap completely [v -WRAPPED or -WRAPT, -WRAPPING, -WRAPS] to {divulge=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] the domain of a bey [n -S] {beylic=n} [n -S] something that lies farther ahead [n -S] a coin of ancient Rome [n -S] {pizazz=n} [n -ES] <bezel=n> [n] <bezil=n> [n] a gastric mass [n -S] one who practices {bhakti=n} [n -S] a selfless devotion to a deity in Hinduism [n -S] <bhang=n> [n] a goatlike Asian mammal [n -S] <bhoot=n> [n] <biali=n> [n] <bialy=n> [n] <bias=v> [v] <bias=v> [v] {biaxial=adj} [adj] <bib=v> [v] a {tippler=n} [n -S] <bible=n> [n] sodium bicarbonate [n -S] an arm muscle [n -ES] to {argue=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] {bicorne=n} [n -S] one billionth of a meter [n -S] <bid=v> [v] one that {bids=v} [n -S] <bider=n> [n] <bidet=n> [n] <bide=v> [v] <bield=v> [v] a stone tool having a cutting edge [n -S] <biff=v> [v] a cooking apple [n -S] bent in two places [adj] twofold [adj] having two forms [adj] the crime of being married to two people simultaneously [n -MIES] a marine fish [n -S] <big=adj> [adj] one that is big [n -S] a house [n -S] <bight=v> [v] <bigot=n> [n] an important person [n -S]

BIJOUS BIJOUX BIKERS BIKIES BIKING BIKINI BILBOA BILBOS BILGED BILGES BILKED BILKER BILLED BILLER BILLET BILLIE BILLON BILLOW BIMAHS BIMBOS BINARY BINATE BINDER BINDIS BINDLE BINERS BINGED BINGER BINGES BINGOS BINITS BINNED BINOCS BIOGAS BIOGEN BIOMES BIONIC BIONTS BIOPIC BIOPSY BIOTAS BIOTIC BIOTIN BIPACK BIPEDS BIPODS BIRDED BIRDER BIRDIE BIREME BIRKIE BIRLED BIRLER BIRLES BIRRED BIRSES BIRTHS BISECT BISHOP BISONS

<bijou=n> [n] <bijou=n> [n] <biker=n> [n] <bikie=n> [n] <bike=v> [v] a type of bathing suit [n -S] : BIKINIED [adj] {bilbo=n} [n -S] <bilbo=n> [n] <bilge=v> [v] <bilge=v> [v] <bilk=v> [v] one that {bilks=v} [n -S] <bill=v> [v] one that {bills=v} [n -S] to lodge soldiers [v -ED, -ING, -S] a {comrade=n} [n -S] an alloy of silver and copper [n -S] to {swell=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <bimah=n> [n] <bimbo=n> [n] a combination of two things [n -RIES] growing in pairs [adj] : BINATELY [adv] one that {binds=v} [n -S] <bindi=n> [n] a bundle [n -S] <biner=n> [n] <binge=v> [v] one that {binges=v} [n -S] <binge=v> [v] <bingo=n> [n] <binit=n> [n] <bin=v> [v] {binoculars=n} [n] fuel gas produced by organic waste [n -GASES or -GASSES] a hypothetical protein molecule [n -S] <biome=n> [n] <bionics=n> [adj] <biont=n> [n] a biographical movie [n -S] to examine tissue [v -SIED, -SYING, -SIES] : BIOPSIC, BIOPTIC [adj] <biota=n> [n] pertaining to {life=n} [adj] a B vitamin [n -S] a pair of films [n -S] <biped=n> [n] <bipod=n> [n] <bird=v> [v] a bird hunter [n -S] to shoot in one stroke under par in golf [v BIRDIED, BIRDIEING, BIRDIES] an ancient galley [n -S] a lively person [n -S] <birl=v> [v] one that {birls=v} [n -S] <birle=v> [v] <birr=v> [v] <birse=n> [n] <birth=v> [v] to cut into two parts [v -ED, -ING, -S] to appoint as a bishop (the head of a diocese) [v -ED, -ING, -S] <bison=n> [n]

BISQUE a thick soup [n -S] BISTER a brown pigment [n -S] : BISTERED [adj] BISTRE {bister=n} [n -S] : BISTRED [adj] BISTRO a small {tavern=n} [n -TROS] : BISTROIC [adj] BITCHY {malicious=adj} [adj BITCHIER, BITCHIEST] : BITCHILY [adv] BITERS <biter=n> [n] BITING <bite=v> [v] BITMAP an array of binary data [n -S] BITTED <bit=v> [v] BITTEN <bite=v> [v] BITTER having a disagreeable taste [adj -TERER, -TEREST] : BITTERLY [adv] / to m ake {bitter=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BIZONE two combined zones [n -S] : BIZONAL [adj] BIZZES <biz=n> [n] BLABBY {talkative=adj} [adj] BLACKS <black=v> [v] BLADED <blade=v> [v] BLADER one that {blades=v} [n -S] BLADES <blade=v> [v] BLAFFS <blaff=n> [n] BLAINS <blain=n> [n] BLAMED <blame=v> [v] BLAMER one that {blames=v} [n -S] BLAMES <blame=v> [v] BLANCH to {whiten=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BLANKS <blank=v> [v] BLARED <blare=v> [v] BLARES <blare=v> [v] BLASTS <blast=v> [v] BLASTY {gusty=adj} [adj BLASTIER, BLASTIEST] BLAWED <blaw=v> [v] BLAZED <blaze=v> [v] BLAZER a lightweight jacket [n -S] : BLAZERED [adj] BLAZES <blaze=v> [v] BLAZON to {proclaim=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLEACH to {whiten=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BLEAKS <bleak=n> [n] BLEARS <blear=v> [v] BLEARY dimmed [adj BLEARIER, BLEARIEST] : BLEARILY [adv] BLEATS <bleat=v> [v] BLEBBY <bleb=n> [adj] BLEEDS <bleed=v> [v] BLEEPS <bleep=v> [v] BLENCH to {flinch=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BLENDE a shiny mineral [n -S] BLENDS <blend=v> [v] BLENNY a marine fish [n -NIES] BLIGHT to cause decay [v -ED, -ING, -S] BLIMEY used as an expression of surprise [interj] BLIMPS <blimp=n> [n] BLINDS <blind=v> [v] BLINIS <blin=n> [n] BLINKS <blink=v> [v] BLINTZ {blintze=n} [n -ES] BLITES <blite=n> [n] BLITHE {merry=adj} [adj BLITHER, BLITHEST] : BLITHELY [adv] BLOATS <bloat=v> [v] BLOCKS <block=v> [v] BLOCKY short and stout [adj BLOCKIER, BLOCKIEST] BLOKES <bloke=n> [n]

BLONDE {blond=n} [n -S] BLONDS <blond=n> [n] BLOODS <blood=v> [v] BLOODY stained with blood [adj BLOODIER, BLOODIEST] / to make {bloody=adj} [v BL OODIED, BLOODYING, BLOODIES] BLOOEY being out of order [adj] BLOOIE {blooey=adj} [adj] BLOOMS <bloom=v> [v] BLOOMY covered with flowers [adj BLOOMIER, BLOOMIEST] BLOOPS <bloop=v> [v] BLOTCH to mark with large spots [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BLOTTO {drunk=adj} [adj] BLOTTY {spotty=adj} [adj -TIER, -TIEST] BLOUSE to hang loosely [v BLOUSED, BLOUSING, BLOUSES] BLOUSY {blowsy=adj} [adj BLOUSIER, BLOUSIEST] : BLOUSILY [adv] BLOWBY leakage of exhaust fumes [n -BYS] BLOWED <blow=v> [v] BLOWER one that {blows=v} [n -S] BLOWSY {slovenly=adj} [adj -SIER, -SIEST] : BLOWSILY [adv] BLOWUP an {explosion=n} [n -S] BLOWZY {blowsy=adj} [adj -ZIER, -ZIEST] : BLOWZILY [adv] BLUDGE to avoid work [v BLUDGED, BLUDGING, BLUDGES] BLUELY in a blue manner [adv] BLUEST <blue=adj> [adj] BLUESY resembling the blues (a musical form) [adj BLUESIER, BLUESIEST] BLUETS <bluet=n> [n] BLUEYS <bluey=n> [n] BLUFFS <bluff=v> [v] BLUING a fabric coloring [n -S] BLUISH somewhat blue [adj] BLUMED <blume=v> [v] BLUMES <blume=v> [v] BLUNGE to mix clay with water [v BLUNGED, BLUNGING, BLUNGES] BLUNTS <blunt=v> [v] BLURBS <blurb=v> [v] BLURRY {unclear=adj} [adj -RIER, -RIEST] : BLURRILY [adv] BLURTS <blurt=v> [v] BLYPES <blype=n> [n] BOARDS <board=v> [v] BOARTS <boart=n> [n] BOASTS <boast=v> [v] BOATED <boat=v> [v] BOATEL a waterside hotel [n -S] BOATER one that {boats=v} [n -S] BOBBED <bob=v> [v] BOBBER one that {bobs=v} [n -S] BOBBIN a thread holder [n -S] BOBBLE to {fumble=v} [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] BOBCAT a {lynx=n} [n -S] BOCCES <bocce=n> [n] BOCCIA {boccie=n} [n -S] BOCCIE an Italian bowling game [n -S] BOCCIS <bocci=n> [n] BODEGA a grocery store [n -S] BODICE a corset [n -S] BODIED <body=v> [v] BODIES <body=v> [v] BODILY of the body [adj] BODING an omen [n -S] BODKIN a sharp instrument [n -S]

BOFFIN BOFFOS BOGANS BOGART BOGEYS BOGGED BOGGLE BOGIES BOGLES BOHEAS BOILED BOILER BOINGS BOITES BOLDER BOLDLY BOLERO BOLETE BOLETI BOLIDE BOLLED BOLLIX BOLLOX BOLSHY BOLSON BOLTED BOLTER BOMBAX BOMBED BOMBER BOMBES BOMBYX BONACI BONBON BONDED BONDER BONDUC BONERS BONGED BONGOS BONIER BONING BONITA BONITO BONKED BONNES BONNET BONNIE BONOBO BONSAI BONZER BONZES BOOBED BOOBOO BOOCOO BOODLE BOOGER BOOGEY BOOGIE BOOHOO

a scientific expert [n -S] <boffo=n> [n] <bogan=n> [n] to use without sharing [v -ED, -ING, -S] <bogey=v> [v] <bog=v> [v] to {hesitate=v} [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES] <bogie=n> [n] <bogle=n> [n] <bohea=n> [n] <boil=v> [v] a vessel for boiling [n -S] <boing=n> [n] <boite=n> [n] <bold=adj> [adj] <bold=adj> [adv] a Spanish dance [n -ROS] {boletus=n} [n -S] <boletus=n> [n] an exploding meteor [n -S] <boll=v> [v] to {bungle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] to {bollix=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] {bolshie=n} [n -SHIES] a flat arid valley [n -S] <bolt=v> [v] a sifting machine [n -S] pertaining to a family of tropical trees [adj] <bomb=v> [v] one that {bombs=v} [n -S] <bombe=n> [n] a {silkworm=n} [n -ES] an edible fish [n -S] a sugared candy [n -S] <bond=v> [v] one that {bonds=v} [n -S] a prickly seed [n -S] <boner=n> [n] <bong=v> [v] <bongo=n> [n] <boney=adj> [adj] <bone=v> [v] {bonito=n} [n -S] a marine food fish [n -TOS or -TOES] <bonk=v> [v] <bonne=n> [n] to provide with a bonnet (a type of hat) [v -ED, -ING, -S] {bonny=adj} [adj] an anthropoid ape [n -BOS] a potted shrub that has been dwarfed [n BONSAI] very good [adj] <bonze=n> [n] <boob=v> [v] a mistake [n -BOOS] {beaucoup=n} [n -COOS] to take bribes [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] a {bogeyman=n} [n -S] {boogie=v} [v -GEYED, -GEYING, -GEYS] to dance to rock music [v -GIED, -GYING or -GIEING, -GIES] to weep noisily [v -ED, -ING, -S]

BOOING BOOJUM BOOKED BOOKER BOOKIE BOOKOO BOOMED BOOMER BOOSTS BOOTED BOOTEE BOOTHS BOOTIE BOOZED BOOZER BOOZES BOPEEP BOPPED BOPPER BORAGE BORALS BORANE BORATE BORDEL BORDER BOREAL BOREAS BOREEN BORERS BORIDE BORING BORKED BORONS BORROW BORSCH BORSHT BORZOI BOSHES BOSKER BOSKET BOSOMS BOSOMY BOSONS BOSQUE BOSSED BOSSES BOSTON BOSUNS BOTANY BOTCHY BOTELS BOTFLY BOTHER BOTTLE BOTTOM BOUBOU BOUCLE BOUDIN BOUFFE BOUGHS

<boo=v> [v] a spiny desert tree [n -S] <book=v> [v] one that {books=v} [n -S] a bet taker [n -S] {beaucoup=n} [n -KOOS] <boom=v> [v] one that {booms=v} [n -S] <boost=v> [v] <boot=v> [v] a baby's sock [n -S] <booth=n> [n] {bootee=n} [n -S] <booze=v> [v] one that {boozes=v} [n -S] <booze=v> [v] a game of peekaboo [n -S] <bop=v> [v] a {bebopper=n} [n -S] a medicinal herb [n -S] <boral=n> [n] a chemical compound [n -S] to mix with borax or boric acid [v -RATED, -RATING, -RATES] a {brothel=n} [n -S] to put a border (an edge) on [v -ED, -ING, -S] pertaining to the north [adj] the north wind [n -ES] a lane in Ireland [n -S] <borer=n> [n] a boron compound [n -S] an inner cavity [n -S] <bork=v> [v] <boron=n> [n] to take on loan [v -ED, -ING, -S] {borscht=n} [n -ES] {borscht=n} [n -S] a Russian hound [n -S] <bosh=n> [n] fine; very good [adj] a {thicket=n} [n -S] <bosom=v> [v] swelling outward [adj] <boson=n> [n] {bosk=n} [n -S] <boss=v> [v] <boss=v> [v] a card game [n -S] <bosun=n> [n] the science of plants [n -NIES] badly done [adj BOTCHIER, BOTCHIEST] : BOTCHILY [adv] <botel=n> [n] a type of fly [n -FLIES] to {annoy=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to put into a bottle (a rigid container) [v -TLED, -TLING, -TLES] to {comprehend=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a long flowing garment [n -S] a knitted fabric [n -S] a spicy Cajun sausage [n -S] a comic opera [n -S] <bough=n> [n]

BOUGHT BOUGIE BOULES BOULLE BOUNCE BOUNCY BOUNDS BOUNTY BOURGS BOURNE BOURNS BOURSE BOUSED BOUSES BOUTON BOVIDS BOVINE BOWELS BOWERS BOWERY BOWFIN BOWING BOWLED BOWLEG BOWLER BOWMAN BOWMEN BOWPOT BOWSED BOWSES BOWWOW BOWYER BOXCAR BOXERS BOXFUL BOXIER BOXILY BOXING BOYARD BOYARS BOYISH BOYLAS BRACED BRACER BRACES BRACHS BRACTS BRAGGY BRAHMA BRAIDS BRAILS BRAINS BRAINY BRAISE BRAIZE BRAKED BRAKES BRANCH BRANDS BRANDY

<buy=v> [v] a wax candle [n -S] <boule=n> [n] {buhl=n} [n -S] to spring back [v BOUNCED, BOUNCING, BOUNCES] tending to bounce [adj BOUNCIER, BOUNCIEST] : BOUNCILY [adv] <bound=v> [v] a reward [n -TIES] : BOUNTIED [adj] <bourg=n> [n] {bourn=n} [n -S] <bourn=n> [n] a stock exchange [n -S] <bouse=v> [v] <bouse=v> [v] an enlarged end of a nerve fiber [n -S] <bovid=n> [n] an ox-like animal [n -S] <bowel=v> [v] <bower=v> [v] a colonial Dutch farm [n -ERIES] a freshwater fish [n -S] the technique of managing the bow of a stringed instrument [n -S] <bowl=v> [v] an outwardly curved leg [n -S] one that {bowls=v} [n -S] an {archer=n} [n BOWMEN] <bowman=n> [n] {boughpot=n} [n -S] <bowse=v> [v] <bowse=v> [v] to bark like a dog [v -ED, -ING, -S] a maker of archery bows [n -S] a roofed freight car [n -S] <boxer=n> [n] as much as a box can hold [n -S] <boxy=adj> [adj] <boxy=adj> [adv] a {casing=n} [n -S] {boyar=n} [n -S] <boyar=n> [n] resembling a {boy=n} [adj] : BOYISHLY [adv] <boyla=n> [n] <brace=v> [v] one that {braces=v} [n -S] <brace=v> [v] <brach=n> [n] <bract=n> [n] tending to brag [adj -GIER, -GIEST] a large domestic fowl [n -S] <braid=v> [v] <brail=v> [v] <brain=v> [v] {smart=adj} [adj BRAINIER, BRAINIEST] to cook in fat [v BRAISED, BRAISING, BRAISES] a marine fish [n -S] <brake=v> [v] <brake=v> [v] to form branches (offshoots) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <brand=v> [v] to mix with brandy (a liquor) [v -DIED, -DYING, -DIES]

BRANKS BRANNY BRANTS BRASHY BRASIL BRASSY BRATTY BRAVAS BRAVED BRAVER BRAVES BRAVOS BRAWER BRAWLS BRAWLY BRAWNS BRAWNY BRAYED BRAYER BRAZAS BRAZED BRAZEN BRAZER BRAZES BRAZIL BREACH BREADS BREADY BREAKS BREAMS BREAST BREATH BREDES BREECH BREEDS BREEKS BREEZE BREEZY BREGMA BRENTS BREVES BREVET TTING, BREWED BREWER BREWIS BRIARD BRIARS BRIARY BRIBED BRIBEE BRIBER BRIBES BRICKS BRICKY BRIDAL BRIDES BRIDGE BRIDLE BRIEFS

<brank=n> [n] containing bran [adj -NIER, -NIEST] <brant=n> [n] {brash=adj} [adj BRASHIER, BRASHIEST] {brazil=n} [n -S] resembling brass [adj BRASSIER, BRASSIEST] : BRASSILY [adv] resembling a {brat=n} [adj -TIER, -TIEST] <brava=n> [n] <brave=v> [v] one that {braves=v} [n -S] <brave=v> [v] <bravo=n> [n] <braw=adj> [adj] <brawl=v> [v] inclined to brawl [adj BRAWLIER, BRAWLIEST] <brawn=n> [n] {muscular=adj} [adj BRAWNIER, BRAWNIEST] : BRAWNILY [adv] <bray=v> [v] a roller used to spread ink [n -S] <braza=n> [n] <braze=v> [v] to face boldly [v -ED, -ING, -S] one that {brazes=v} [n -S] <braze=v> [v] a {dyewood=n} [n -S] to break through [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <bread=v> [v] resembling or characteristic of bread [adj] <break=v> [v] <bream=v> [v] to confront boldly [v -ED, -ING, -S] air inhaled and exhaled [n -S] <brede=n> [n] to clothe with breeches (trousers) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <breed=v> [v] breeches [n] to move swiftly [v BREEZED, BREEZING, BREEZES] {windy=adj} [adj BREEZIER, BREEZIEST] : BREEZILY [adv] a junction point of the skull [n -MATA] : BREGMATE [adj] <brent=n> [n] <breve=n> [n] to confer an honorary rank upon [v -VETED, -VETING, -VETS or -VETTED, -VE -VETS] <brew=v> [v] one that {brews=v} [n -S] {broth=n} [n BREWISES] a large dog [n -S] <briar=n> [n] <briar=n> [adj] <bribe=v> [v] one that is bribed [n -S] one that {bribes=v} [n -S] <bribe=v> [v] <brick=v> [v] made of bricks [adj BRICKIER, BRICKIEST] a {wedding=n} [n -S] <bride=n> [n] to {connect=v} [v BRIDGED, BRIDGING, BRIDGES] to control with a restraint [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] <brief=v> [v]

BRIERS <brier=n> [n] BRIERY <brier=n> [adj] BRIGHT emitting much light [adj BRIGHTER, BRIGHTEST] : BRIGHTLY [adv] / a lighthued tobacco [n -S] BRILLO a scouring pad -- a trademark [n -S] BRILLS <brill=n> [n] BRINED <brine=v> [v] BRINER one that {brines=v} [n -S] BRINES <brine=v> [v] BRINGS <bring=v> [v] BRINKS <brink=n> [n] BRIONY {bryony=n} [n -NIES] BRISES <bris=n> [n] BRISKS <brisk=v> [v] BRITHS <brith=n> [n] BRITTS <britt=n> [n] BROACH to pierce so as to withdraw a liquid [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BROADS <broad=n> [n] BROCHE brocaded [adj] BROCKS <brock=n> [n] BROGAN a heavy shoe [n -S] BROGUE an Irish accent [n -S] BROILS <broil=v> [v] BROKEN shattered [adj] : BROKENLY [adv] BROKER to act as a broker (an agent who buys and sells stocks) [v -ED, -ING, -S] BROLLY an umbrella [n -LIES] BROMAL a medicinal liquid [n -S] BROMES <brome=n> [n] BROMIC containing bromine [adj] BROMID {bromide=n} [n -S] BROMIN {bromine=n} [n -S] BROMOS <bromo=n> [n] BRONCO a wild horse [n -COS] BRONCS <bronc=n> [n] BRONZE to make brown or tan [v BRONZED, BRONZING, BRONZES] BRONZY of a brownish color [adj BRONZIER, BRONZIEST] BROOCH a decorative pin [n -ES] BROODS <brood=v> [v] BROODY tending to brood [adj BROODIER, BROODIEST] : BROODILY [adv] BROOKS <brook=v> [v] BROOMS <broom=v> [v] BROOMY abounding in broom (a type of shrub) [adj BROOMIER, BROOMIEST] BROSES <brose=n> [n] BROTHS <broth=n> [n] BROTHY resembling {broth=n} [adj] BROWED <brow=n> [adj] BROWNS <brown=v> [v] BROWNY somewhat brown [adj BROWNIER, BROWNIEST] BROWSE to look at casually [v BROWSED, BROWSING, BROWSES] BRUCIN {brucine=n} [n -S] BRUGHS <brugh=n> [n] BRUINS <bruin=n> [n] BRUISE to injure without breaking the surface of the skin [v BRUISED, BRUISING, BRUISES] BRUITS <bruit=v> [v] BRULOT a biting fly [n -S] BRUMAL {wintry=adj} [adj] BRUMBY a wild horse [n -BIES] BRUMES <brume=n> [n] BRUNCH to eat a late morning meal [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

BRUNET a dark-haired male [n -S] BRUNTS <brunt=n> [n] BRUSHY shaggy; rough [adj BRUSHIER, BRUSHIEST] BRUTAL cruel; savage [adj] : BRUTALLY [adv] BRUTED <brute=v> [v] BRUTES <brute=v> [v] BRUXED <brux=v> [v] BRUXES <brux=v> [v] BRYONY a climbing plant [n -NIES] BUBALE {bubal=n} [n -S] BUBALS <bubal=n> [n] BUBBLE to form bubbles (bodies of gas contained within a liquid) [v -BLED, -BLIN G, -BLES] BUBBLY full of bubbles [adj -BLIER, -BLIEST] / {champagne=n} [n -BLIES] BUBKES the least amount [n] BUBOED <bubo=n> [adj] BUBOES <bubo=n> [n] BUCCAL pertaining to the cheek [adj] : BUCCALLY [adv] BUCKED <buck=v> [v] BUCKER a bucking horse [n -S] BUCKET to {hurry=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUCKLE to bend under pressure [v -LED, -LING, -LES] BUCKOS <bucko=n> [n] BUDDED <bud=v> [v] BUDDER one that {buds=v} [n -S] BUDDHA a person who has attained Buddhahood [n -S] BUDDLE an apparatus on which crushed ore is washed [n -S] BUDGED <budge=v> [v] BUDGER one that {budges=v} [n -S] BUDGES <budge=v> [v] BUDGET to estimate expenditures [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUDGIE a small parrot [n -S] BUFFED <buff=v> [v] BUFFER to {cushion=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUFFET to hit sharply [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUFFOS <buffo=n> [n] BUGEYE a small boat [n -S] BUGGED <bug=v> [v] BUGGER to {damn=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUGLED <bugle=v> [v] BUGLER one that plays a bugle [n -S] BUGLES <bugle=v> [v] BUGOUT one that leaves hurriedly [n -S] BUGSHA {buqsha=n} [n -S] BUILDS <build=v> [v] BULBAR <bulb=n> [adj] BULBED <bulb=n> [adj] BULBEL {bulbil=n} [n -S] BULBIL a small {bulb=n} [n -S] BULBUL a {songbird=n} [n -S] BULGED <bulge=v> [v] BULGER a golf club [n -S] BULGES <bulge=v> [v] BULGUR crushed wheat [n -S] BULKED <bulk=v> [v] BULLAE <bulla=n> [n] BULLED <bull=v> [v] BULLET to move swiftly [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUMBLE to {bungle=v} [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] BUMKIN a ship's spar [n -S]

BUMMED BUMMER BUMPED BUMPER BUMPHS BUNCHY BUNCOS BUNDLE BUNDTS BUNGED BUNGEE BUNGLE BUNION BUNKED BUNKER BUNKOS BUNKUM BUNTED BUNTER BUNYAS BUOYED BUPKES BUPKUS BUPPIE BUQSHA BURANS BURBLE BURBLY BURBOT BURDEN BURDIE BUREAU BURETS BURGEE BURGER BURGHS BURGLE BURGOO BURIAL BURIED BURIER BURIES BURINS BURKAS BURKED BURKER BURKES BURLAP BURLED BURLER BURLEY BURNED BURNER BURNET BURNIE BURPED BURQAS BURRED BURRER BURROS

<bum=v> [v] one that {bums=v} [n -S] <bump=v> [v] to fill to the brim [v -ED, -ING, -S] <bumph=n> [n] clustered [adj BUNCHIER, BUNCHIEST] : BUNCHILY [adv] <bunco=v> [v] to fasten a group of objects together [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] <bundt=n> [n] <bung=v> [v] an elasticized cord [n -S] to work, make, or do clumsily [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES] a painful swelling of the foot [n -S] <bunk=v> [v] to store in a large bin [v -ED, -ING, -S] <bunko=v> [v] {nonsense=n} [n -S] <bunt=v> [v] one that {bunts=v} [n -S] <bunya=n> [n] <buoy=v> [v] {bubkes=n} [n] {bubkes=n} [n] a black professional person working in a city [n -S] a monetary unit of Yemen [n -S] <buran=n> [n] to speak quickly and excitedly [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] burbling [adj -BLIER, -BLIEST] a freshwater fish [n -S] to load heavily [v -ED, -ING, -S] {burd=n} [n -S] a chest of drawers [n -REAUS or -REAUX] <buret=n> [n] a small flag [n -S] a {hamburger=n} [n -S] <burgh=n> [n] to commit burglary [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES] a thick oatmeal [n -GOOS] the act of {burying=v} [n -S] <bury=v> [v] one that {buries=v} [n -S] <bury=v> [v] <burin=n> [n] <burka=n> [n] <burke=v> [v] one that {burkes=v} [n -S] <burke=v> [v] a coarse fabric [n -S] <burl=v> [v] one that {burls=v} [n -S] a light tobacco [n -LEYS] <burn=v> [v] one that {burns=v} [n -S] a perennial herb [n -S] a {brooklet=n} [n -S] <burp=v> [v] <burqa=n> [n] <bur=v> [v] one that {burrs=v} [n -S] <burro=n> [n]

BURROW to dig a hole or tunnel in the ground [v -ED, -ING, -S] BURSAE <bursa=n> [n] BURSAL <bursa=n> [adj] BURSAR a college treasurer [n -S] BURSAS <bursa=n> [n] BURSES <burse=n> [n] BURSTS <burst=v> [v] BURTON a hoisting tackle [n -S] BUSBAR a type of electrical conductor [n -S] BUSBOY a waiter's assistant [n -BOYS] BUSHED <bush=v> [v] BUSHEL to mend clothing [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS] BUSHER a minor league baseball player [n -S] BUSHES <bush=v> [v] BUSHWA {nonsense=n} [n -S] BUSIED <busy=v> [v] BUSIER <busy=adj> [adj] BUSIES <busy=v> [v] BUSILY in a busy manner [adv] BUSING the act of transporting by bus [n -S] BUSKED <busk=v> [v] BUSKER a roaming entertainer [n -S] BUSKIN a high shoe [n -S] : BUSKINED [adj] BUSMAN a bus operator [n BUSMEN] BUSMEN <busman=n> [n] BUSSED <buss=v> [v] BUSSES <buss=v> [v] BUSTED <bust=v> [v] BUSTER one that breaks up something [n -S] BUSTIC a tropical tree [n -S] BUSTLE to move energetically [v -TLED, -TLING, -TLES] BUTANE a flammable gas [n -S] BUTENE {butylene=n} [n -S] BUTEOS <buteo=n> [n] BUTLED <butle=v> [v] BUTLER a male {servant=n} [n -S] BUTLES <butle=v> [v] BUTTED <butt=v> [v] BUTTER to spread with butter (a milk product) [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUTTES <butte=n> [n] BUTTON to fasten with a button (a small disk) [v -ED, -ING, -S] BUTUTS <butut=n> [n] BUTYLS <butyl=n> [n] BUYERS <buyer=n> [n] BUYING <buy=v> [v] BUYOFF a payment for a consideration [n -S] BUYOUT the purchase of a business [n -S] BUZUKI {bouzouki=n} [n -KIA or -KIS] BUZZED <buzz=v> [v] BUZZER a signaling device [n -S] BUZZES <buzz=v> [v] BWANAS <bwana=n> [n] BYELAW {bylaw=n} [n -S] BYGONE a past occurrence [n -S] BYLAWS <bylaw=n> [n] BYLINE to write under a byline (a line giving the author's name) [v -LINED, -LIN ING, -LINES] BYNAME a secondary name [n -S] BYPASS to avoid by going around [v -ED, -ING, -ES] BYPAST gone by [adj]

BYPATH BYPLAY BYRLED BYRNIE BYROAD BYSSAL BYSSUS BYTALK BYWAYS BYWORD BYWORK BYZANT CABALA CABALS CABANA CABBED CABBIE CABERS CABINS CABLED CABLER CABLES CABLET CABMAN CABMEN CABOBS CACAOS CACHED CACHES CACHET CACHOU CACKLE CACTUS CADDIE CADDIS CADENT CADETS CADGED CADGER CADGES CADMIC CADRES CAECAL CAECUM CAEOMA CAESAR CAFTAN CAGERS CAGIER CAGILY CAGING CAHIER CAHOOT CAHOWS CAIMAN CAIQUE CAIRDS CAIRNS CAIRNY CAJOLE

an indirect road [n -S] secondary action [n -PLAYS] <byrl=v> [v] an armored shirt [n -S] a side road [n -S] <byssus=n> [adj] a fine linen [n BYSSUSES or BYSSI] : BYSSAL [adj] small talk [n -S] <byway=n> [n] a well-known saying [n -S] work done during leisure time [n -S] {bezant=n} [n -S] an occult or secret doctrine [n -S] <cabal=v> [v] a small cabin [n -S] <cab=v> [v] {cabby=n} [n -S] <caber=n> [n] <cabin=v> [v] <cable=v> [v] one that supplies a cable [n -S] <cable=v> [v] a small cable [n -S] a driver of a cab [n CABMEN] <cabman=n> [n] <cabob=n> [n] <cacao=n> [n] <cache=v> [v] <cache=v> [v] to print a design on an envelope [v -ED, -ING, -S] {catechu=n} [n -S] to make the sound of a hen [v -LED, -LING, -LES] a plant native to arid regions [n -TI or -TUSES] : CACTOID [adj] to serve as a golfer's assistant [v -DIED, -DYING, -DIES] a coarse woolen fabric [n -DISES] : CADDISED [adj] having rhythm [adj] <cadet=n> [n] <cadge=v> [v] one that {cadges=v} [n -S] <cadge=v> [v] <cadmium=n> [adj] <cadre=n> [n] <caecum=n> [adj] {cecum=n} [n -CA] : CAECAL [adj], CAECALLY [adv] a spore-forming organ of a fungus [n -S] an {emperor=n} [n -S] a full-length tunic [n -S] : CAFTANED [adj] <cager=n> [n] <cagy=adj> [adj] in a cagey manner [adv] <cage=v> [v] a {notebook=n} [n -S] {partnership=n} [n -S] <cahow=n> [n] a tropical reptile [n -S] a long, narrow rowboat [n -S] <caird=n> [n] <cairn=n> [n] <cairn=n> [adj] to persuade by flattery [v -JOLED, -JOLING, -JOLES]

CAKIER CAKING CALAMI CALASH CALCAR CALCES CALCIC CALESA CALICO CALIFS CALIPH CALKED CALKER CALKIN CALLAN CALLAS CALLED CALLEE CALLER CALLET CALLOW CALLUS CALMED CALMER CALMLY CALORY CALPAC CALQUE age [v CALVED CALVES CALXES CAMAIL CAMASS CAMBER CAMBIA CAMELS CAMEOS CAMERA CAMION CAMISA CAMISE CAMLET CAMMIE CAMPED CAMPER CAMPOS CAMPUS CANALS CANAPE CANARD CANARY CANCAN CANCEL CANCER CANCHA CANDID CANDLE CANDOR CANERS

<caky=adj> [adj] <cake=v> [v] <calamus=n> [n] a light carriage [n -ES] an anatomical projection [n -CARIA] / a type of {oven=n} [n -S] <calx=n> [n] pertaining to lime or calcium [adj] a {calash=n} [n -S] a cotton fabric [n -COES or -COS] <calif=n> [n] a Muslim leader [n -S] : CALIPHAL [adj] <calk=v> [v] one that {calks=v} [n -S] a gripping projection on a horseshoe [n -S] {callant=n} [n -S] <calla=n> [n] <call=v> [v] one that is called [n -S] one that {calls=v} [n -S] a prostitute [n -S] immature [adj -LOWER, -LOWEST] to form a hard growth [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <calm=v> [v] <calm=adj> [adj] <calm=adj> [adv] {calorie=n} [n -RIES] a sheepskin hat [n -S] to model a word's meaning upon that of an analogous word in another langu CALQUED, CALQUING, CALQUES] <calve=v> [v] <calf=n> [n] <calx=n> [n] a piece of armor for the neck [n -S] : CAMAILED [adj] a perennial herb [n -ES] to arch slightly [v -ED, -ING, -S] <cambium=n> [n] <camel=n> [n] <cameo=v> [v] a judge's chamber [n -ERAS or -ERAE] : CAMERAL [adj] a military truck [n -S] a shirt or chemise [n -S] a loose shirt or gown [n -S] a durable fabric [n -S] camouflage [n -S] <camp=v> [v] one that {camps=v} [n -S] <campo=n> [n] to restrict a student to the school grounds [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <canal=v> [v] a food served before a meal [n -S] a false story [n -S] a {songbird=n} [n -NARIES] a dance marked by high kicking [n -S] to {annul=v} [v -CELED, -CELING, -CELS or -CELLED, -CELLING, -CELS] a malignant growth [n -S] : CANCERED [adj] a jai alai court [n -S] frank and sincere [adj -DIDER, -DIDEST] / an unposed photograph [n -S] to examine eggs in front of a light [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] frankness; sincerity [n -S] <caner=n> [n]

CANFUL CANGUE CANIDS CANINE CANING CANKER CANNAS CANNED CANNEL CANNER CANNIE CANNON CANNOT CANOED CANOER CANOES CANOLA CANONS CANOPY CANSOS CANTAL CANTED CANTER CANTHI CANTIC CANTLE CANTON CANTOR CANTOS CANTUS CANULA CANVAS CANYON CAPERS CAPFUL CAPIAS CAPITA CAPLET CAPLIN CAPONS CAPOTE CAPPED CAPPER CAPRIC CAPRIS CAPSID CAPTAN CAPTOR CARACK CARAFE CARATE CARATS CARBON CARBOS CARBOY CARCEL CARDED CARDER CARDIA CARDIO

as much as a can holds [n CANFULS or CANSFUL] an ancient Chinese punishing device [n -S] <canid=n> [n] a dog [n -S] <cane=v> [v] to affect with ulcerous sores [v -ED, -ING, -S] <canna=n> [n] <can=v> [v] an oily, compact coal [n -S] one that cans food [n -S] {canny=adj} [adj -NIER, -NIEST] to fire a cannon (a heavy firearm) [v -ED, -ING, -S] the negative form of can [v] <canoe=v> [v] one who {canoes=v} [n -S] <canoe=v> [v] an oil from the seeds of a kind of herb [n -S] <canon=n> [n] to cover from above [v -PIED, -PYING, -PIES] <canso=n> [n] a hard cheese of France [n -S] <cant=v> [v] to ride a horse at a moderate pace [v -ED, -ING, -S] <canthus=n> [n] slanted [adj] the rear part of a saddle [n -S] to divide into cantons (districts) [v -ED, -ING, -S] a religious singer [n -S] <canto=n> [n] a style of church music [n CANTUS] {cannula=n} [n -LAS or -LAE] : CANULAR [adj] to {canvass=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] a deep valley with steep sides [n -S] <caper=v> [v] as much as a cap can hold [n -S] a judicial writ [n -ES] <caput=n> [n] a coated tablet [n -S] {capelin=n} [n -S] <capon=n> [n] a hooded cloak or overcoat [n -S] <cap=v> [v] a {capmaker=n} [n -S] pertaining to a {goat=n} [adj] pants for women [n] the outer shell of a virus particle [n -S] : CAPSIDAL [adj] a {fungicide=n} [n -S] one who takes or holds a captive [n -S] {carrack=n} [n -S] a glass bottle [n -S] a tropical skin disease [n -S] <carat=n> [n] a nonmetallic element [n -S] : CARBONIC [adj] <carbo=n> [n] a large bottle [n -BOYS] : CARBOYED [adj] a unit of illumination [n -S] <card=v> [v] one that does carding [n -S] an opening of the esophagus [n -DIAS or -DIAE] pertaining to the heart and blood vessels [adj]

CARDON CAREEN CAREER CARERS CARESS CARETS CARFUL CARGOS CARHOP CARIBE CARIED CARIES CARINA CARING CARKED CARLES CARLIN CARMAN CARMEN CARNAL CARNET CARNEY CARNIE CAROBS CAROCH CAROLI CAROLS CAROMS CARPAL CARPED CARPEL CARPER CARPET CARPUS CARREL CARROM CARROT CARSES CARTED CARTEL CARTER CARTES CARTON CARTOP CARVED CARVEL CARVEN CARVER CARVES CASABA CASAVA CASBAH CASEFY CASEIC CASEIN CASERN CASHAW CASHED CASHES CASHEW

{cardoon=n} [n -S] to lurch while moving [v -ED, -ING, -S] to go at full speed [v -ED, -ING, -S] <carer=n> [n] to touch lovingly [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <caret=n> [n] as much as a car can hold [n -S] <cargo=n> [n] to serve customers at a drive-in restaurant [v -HOPPED, -HOPPING, -HOPS] the {piranha=n} [n -S] <caries=n> [adj] tooth decay [n CARIES] : CARIED [adj] a carinate anatomical part [n -NAS or -NAE] : CARINAL [adj] <care=v> [v] <cark=v> [v] <carle=n> [n] an old woman [n -S] a streetcar driver [n CARMEN] <carman=n> [n] pertaining to bodily appetites [adj] : CARNALLY [adv] an official permit [n -S] {carny=n} [n -NEYS] {carny=n} [n -S] <carob=n> [n] {caroche=n} [n -ES] <carolus=n> [n] <carol=v> [v] <carom=v> [v] {carpale=n} [n -S] <carp=v> [v] a simple pistil [n -S] one that {carps=v} [n -S] to cover a floor with a heavy fabric [v -ED, -ING, -S] the {wrist=n} [n -PI] a desk in a library stack for solitary study [n -S] to {carom=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] an edible orange root [n -S] <carse=n> [n] <cart=v> [v] a business organization [n -S] one that {carts=v} [n -S] <carte=n> [n] to pack in a cardboard box [v -ED, -ING, -S] able to fit on top of a car [adj] <carve=v> [v] {caravel=n} [n -S] carved [adj] one that {carves=v} [n -S] <carve=v> [v] a variety of melon [n -S] {cassava=n} [n -S] the old section of a North African city [n -S] to {caseate=v} [v -FIED, -FYING, -FIES] <casein=n> [adj] a milk protein [n -S] : CASEIC [adj] a barracks for soldiers [n -S] {cushaw=n} [n -S] <cash=v> [v] <cash=v> [v] a nut-bearing tree [n -S]

CASHOO {catechu=n} [n -SHOOS] CASING a protective outer covering [n -S] CASINI <casino=n> [n] CASINO a gambling room [n -NOS or -NI] CASITA a small house [n -S] CASKED <cask=v> [v] CASKET to place in a casket (a burial case) [v -ED, -ING, -S] CASQUE a helmet [n -S] : CASQUED [adj] CASSIA a variety of cinnamon [n -S] CASSIS a European bush [n -SISES] CASTER a small, swiveling wheel [n -S] CASTES <caste=n> [n] CASTLE to make a certain move in chess [v -TLED, -TLING, -TLES] CASTOR {caster=n} [n -S] CASUAL one who works occasionally [n -S] CATALO a hybrid between a buffalo and a cow [n -LOS or -LOES] CATCHY pleasing and easily remembered [adj CATCHIER, CATCHIEST] CATENA a closely linked series [n -NAS or -NAE] CATERS <cater=v> [v] CATGUT a strong cord [n -S] CATION a positively charged ion [n -S] : CATIONIC [adj] CATKIN a flower cluster [n -S] CATLIN {catling=n} [n -S] CATNAP to {doze=v} [v -NAPPED, -NAPPING, -NAPS] CATNIP an aromatic herb [n -S] CATSUP {ketchup=n} [n -S] CATTED <cat=v> [v] CATTIE an Asian unit of weight [n -S] CATTLE domesticated bovines [n] CAUCUS to hold a political meeting [v -CUSED, -CUSING, -CUSES or -CUSSED, -CUSSI NG, -CUSSES] CAUDAD toward the tail [adv] CAUDAL {taillike=adj} [adj] : CAUDALLY [adv] CAUDEX the woody base of some plants [n -DICES or -DEXES] CAUDLE a warm beverage [n -S] CAUGHT <catch=v> [v] CAULDS <cauld=n> [n] CAULES <caulis=n> [n] CAULIS a plant stem [n -LES] CAULKS <caulk=v> [v] CAUSAL a word expressing cause or reason [n -S] CAUSED <cause=v> [v] CAUSER one that {causes=v} [n -S] CAUSES <cause=v> [v] CAUSEY a paved road [n -SEYS] CAVEAT to enter a type of legal notice [v -ED, -ING, -S] CAVERN to hollow out [v -ED, -ING, -S] CAVERS <caver=n> [n] CAVIAR the roe of sturgeon [n -S] CAVIES <cavie=n> [n] CAVILS <cavil=v> [v] CAVING the sport of exploring caves [n -S] CAVITY an unfilled space within a mass [n -TIES] : CAVITIED [adj] CAVORT to {frolic=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CAWING <caw=v> [v] CAYMAN {caiman=n} [n -S] CAYUSE an Indian pony [n -S] CEASED <cease=v> [v] CEASES <cease=v> [v] CEBIDS <cebid=n> [n]

CEBOID CECITY CEDARN CEDARS CEDARY CEDERS CEDING CEDULA CEIBAS CEILED CEILER CEILIS CELEBS CELERY CELIAC CELLAE CELLAR CELLED CELLOS CELOMS CEMENT CENOTE CENSED CENSER CENSES CENSOR CENSUS CENTAI CENTAL CENTAS CENTER CENTOS CENTRA CENTRE CENTUM CEORLS CERATE CERCAL CERCIS CERCUS CEREAL CEREUS CERIAS CERING CERIPH CERISE CERITE CERIUM CERMET CEROUS CERTES CERUSE CERVID CERVIX CESIUM CESSED CESSES CESTAS CESTOI CESTOS

one of a family of monkeys [n -S] {blindness=n} [n -TIES] <cedar=n> [adj] <cedar=n> [n] <cedar=n> [adj] <ceder=n> [n] <cede=v> [v] a Philippine tax [n -S] <ceiba=n> [n] <ceil=v> [v] one that {ceils=v} [n -S] <ceili=n> [n] <celeb=n> [n] a plant with edible stalks [n -ERIES] one that has a chronic nutritional disturbance [n -S] <cella=n> [n] to store in an underground room [v -ED, -ING, -S] <cell=v> [v] <cello=n> [n] <celom=n> [n] to bind firmly [v -ED, -ING, -S] a sinkhole in limestone [n -S] <cense=v> [v] a vessel for burning incense [n -S] <cense=v> [v] to delete an objectionable word or passage [v -ED, -ING, -S] to take an official count of [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <centas=n> [n] a unit of weight [n -S] a monetary unit of Lithuania [n CENTAI or CENTU] to place at the center (the midpoint) [v -ED, -ING, -S] <cento=n> [n] <centrum=n> [n] to {center=v} [v -TRED, -TRING, -TRES] one hundred [n -S] <ceorl=n> [n] a medicated ointment [n -S] <cercus=n> [adj] a {shrub=n} [n -CISES] a sensory appendage of an insect [n CERCI] : CERCAL [adj] a food made from grain [n -S] a tall cactus [n -ES] <ceria=n> [n] <cere=v> [v] {serif=n} [n -S] a red color [n -S] a mineral [n -S] a metallic element [n -S] {ceramal=n} [n -S] pertaining to {cerium=n} [adj] in truth [adv] a lead compound [n -S] of the deer family [adj] the neck [n -VICES or -VIXES] a metallic element [n -S] <cess=v> [v] <cess=v> [v] <cesta=n> [n] <cestos=n> [n] {cestus=n} [n -TOI]

CESTUS I] CESURA CETANE CHABUK CHACMA CHADAR CHADOR CHADRI CHAETA CHAFED CHAFER CHAFES CHAFFS CHAFFY CHAINE CHAINS CHAIRS CHAISE CHAKRA CHALAH CHALEH CHALET CHALKS CHALKY CHALLA CHALLY CHALOT CHAMMY CHAMPS CHAMPY CHANCE CHANCY CHANGE CHANGS CHANTS CHANTY CHAPEL CHAPES CHARAS CHARDS CHARED CHARES CHARGE CHARKA CHARKS CHARMS CHARRO CHARRS CHARRY CHARTS CHASED CHASER CHASES CHASMS CHASMY CHASSE CHASTE CHATTY CHAUNT

a hand covering for ancient Roman boxers [n -ES] / a belt or girdle [n -T {caesura=n} [n -RAS or -RAE] a diesel fuel [n -S] {chabouk=n} [n -S] a large {baboon=n} [n -S] {chador=n} [n -DARS or -DRI] a large shawl [n -DORS or -DRI] <chador=n> [n] a bristle or seta [n -TAE] : CHAETAL [adj] <chafe=v> [v] a large beetle [n -S] <chafe=v> [v] <chaff=v> [v] {worthless=adj} [adj CHAFFIER, CHAFFIEST] a series of ballet turns [n -S] <chain=v> [v] <chair=v> [v] a light carriage [n -S] a body center in yoga [n -S] {challah=n} [n CHALAHS, -LOTH or -LOT] {challah=n} [n -S] a Swiss cottage [n -S] <chalk=v> [v] resembling chalk [adj CHALKIER, CHALKIEST] {challah=n} [n -S] {challis=n} [n -LIES] <chalah=n> [n] to {chamois=v} [v -MIED, -MYING, -MIES] <champ=v> [v] broken up by the trampling of beasts [adj] to {risk=v} [v CHANCED, CHANCING, CHANCES] {risky=adj} [adj CHANCIER, CHANCIEST] to make {different=adj} [v CHANGED, CHANGING, CHANGES] <chang=n> [n] <chant=v> [v] {chantey=n} [n -TIES] a place of worship [n -S] <chape=n> [n] {hashish=n} [n -ES] <chard=n> [n] <chare=v> [v] <chare=v> [v] to accuse formally [v CHARGED, CHARGING, CHARGES] {charkha=n} [n -S] <chark=v> [v] <charm=v> [v] a cowboy [n -ROS] <charr=n> [n] resembling charcoal [adj -RIER, -RIEST] <chart=v> [v] <chase=v> [v] one that {chases=v} [n -S] <chase=v> [v] <chasm=n> [n] <chasm=n> [adj] to perform a dance movement [v CHASSED, CHASSEING, CHASSES] morally pure [adj CHASTER, CHASTEST] : CHASTELY [adv] {talkative=adj} [adj -TIER, -TIEST] : CHATTILY [adv] to {chant=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S]

CHAWED <chaw=v> [v] CHAWER one that {chaws=v} [n -S] CHAZAN a {cantor=n} [n CHAZANS or CHAZANIM] CHEAPO a {cheapie=n} [n CHEAPOS] CHEAPS <cheap=n> [n] CHEATS <cheat=v> [v] CHEBEC a small bird [n -S] CHECKS <check=v> [v] CHEDER {heder=n} [n CHADARIM or CHEDERS] CHEEKS <cheek=v> [v] CHEEKY {impudent=adj} [adj CHEEKIER, CHEEKIEST] : CHEEKILY [adv] CHEEPS <cheep=v> [v] CHEERO {cheerio=n} [n CHEEROS] CHEERS <cheer=v> [v] CHEERY {cheerful=adj} [adj CHEERIER, CHEERIEST] CHEESE to {stop=v} [v CHEESED, CHEESING, CHEESES] CHEESY resembling cheese (a food made from milk curds) [adj CHEESIER, CHEESIEST] : CHEESILY [adv] CHEFED <chef=v> [v] CHEGOE {chigoe=n} [n -S] CHELAE <chela=n> [n] CHELAS <chela=n> [n] CHEMIC a {chemist=n} [n -S] CHEMOS <chemo=n> [n] CHEQUE a written order directing a bank to pay money [n -S] CHERRY a fruit [n -RIES] CHERTS <chert=n> [n] CHERTY resembling {chert=n} [adj CHERTIER, CHERTIEST] CHERUB an angel [n -UBS or -UBIM or -UBIMS] : CHERUBIC [adj] CHESTS <chest=n> [n] CHESTY {proud=adj} [adj CHESTIER, CHESTIEST] : CHESTILY [adv] CHETAH {cheetah=n} [n -S] CHETHS <cheth=n> [n] CHEVRE a cheese made from goat's milk [n -S] CHEWED <chew=v> [v] CHEWER one that {chews=v} [n -S] CHIASM {chiasma=n} [n -S] CHIAUS a Turkish messenger [n -ES] CHICAS <chica=n> [n] CHICER <chic=adj> [adj] CHICHI elaborate ornamentation [n -S] / showily stylish [adj CHICHIER, CHICHIEST ] CHICKS <chick=n> [n] CHICLE a tree gum [n -S] CHICLY in an elegant manner [adv] CHICOS <chico=n> [n] CHIDED <chide=v> [v] CHIDER one that {chides=v} [n -S] CHIDES <chide=v> [v] CHIEFS <chief=n> [n] CHIELD a young man [n -S] CHIELS <chiel=n> [n] CHIGOE a tropical flea [n -S] CHILDE a youth of noble birth [n -S] CHILES <chile=n> [n] CHILIS <chili=n> [n] CHILLI {chili=n} [n -ES or -S] CHILLS <chill=v> [v] CHILLY {cool=adj} [adj CHILLIER, CHILLIEST] : CHILLILY [adv] CHIMAR {chimere=n} [n -S]

CHIMBS <chimb=n> [n] CHIMED <chime=v> [v] CHIMER one that {chimes=v} [n -S] CHIMES <chime=v> [v] CHIMLA {chimley=n} [n -S] CHIMPS <chimp=n> [n] CHINAS <china=n> [n] CHINCH a {bedbug=n} [n -ES] CHINED <chine=v> [v] CHINES <chine=v> [v] CHINKS <chink=v> [v] CHINKY full of cracks [adj CHINKIER, CHINKIEST] CHINOS <chino=n> [n] CHINTS {chintz=n} [n -ES] CHINTZ a cotton fabric [n -ES] CHIPPY belligerent [adj -PIER, -PIEST] / a prostitute [n -PIES] CHIRAL pertaining to an asymmetrical molecule [adj] CHIRKS <chirk=v> [v] CHIRMS <chirm=v> [v] CHIROS <chiro=n> [n] CHIRPS <chirp=v> [v] CHIRPY {cheerful=adj} [adj CHIRPIER, CHIRPIEST] : CHIRPILY [adv] CHIRRE to {chirr=v} [v CHIRRED, CHIRRING, CHIRRES] CHIRRS <chirr=v> [v] CHIRUS <chiru=n> [n] CHISEL to use a chisel (a cutting tool) [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLIN G, -ELS] CHITAL an Asian deer [n CHITAL] CHITIN the main component of insect shells [n -S] CHITON a tunic worn in ancient Greece [n -S] CHITTY a {chit=n} [n -TIES] CHIVES <chive=n> [n] CHIVVY to {chevy=v} [v -VIED, -VYING, -VIES] CHOANA a funnel-shaped opening [n -NAE] CHOCKS <chock=v> [v] CHOICE of fine quality [adj CHOICER, CHOICEST] : CHOICELY [adv] / one that is ch osen [n -S] CHOIRS <choir=v> [v] CHOKED <choke=v> [v] CHOKER one that {chokes=v} [n -S] CHOKES <choke=v> [v] CHOKEY {choky=adj} [adj CHOKIER, CHOKIEST] CHOLAS <chola=n> [n] CHOLER anger [n -S] CHOLLA a treelike cactus [n -S] CHOLOS <cholo=n> [n] CHOMPS <chomp=v> [v] CHOOKS <chook=n> [n] CHOOSE to take by preference [v CHOSE, CHOSEN, CHOOSING, CHOOSES] CHOOSY hard to please [adj CHOOSIER, CHOOSIEST] CHOPIN {chopine=n} [n -S] CHOPPY full of short, rough waves [adj CHOPPIER, CHOPPIEST] : CHOPPILY [adv] CHORAL {chorale=n} [n -S] CHORDS <chord=v> [v] CHOREA a nervous disorder [n -S] : CHOREAL, CHOREIC [adj] CHORED <chore=v> [v] CHORES <chore=v> [v] CHORIC pertaining to a chorus [adj] CHORUS to sing in unison [v -RUSED, -RUSING, -RUSES or -RUSSED, -RUSSING, -RUSSE S]

CHOSEN CHOSES CHOTTS CHOUGH CHOUSE CHOUSH CHOWED CHOWSE CHRISM CHROMA CHROME CHROMO CHROMY CHUBBY CHUCKS CHUCKY CHUFAS CHUFFS CHUFFY CHUKAR CHUKKA CHUMMY CHUMPS CHUNKS CHUNKY CHUPPA CHURCH CHURLS CHURNS CHURRO CHURRS CHUTED CHUTES CHYLES CHYMES CHYMIC CIBOLS CICADA CICALA CICALE CICELY CICERO CIDERS CIGARS CILICE CILIUM CINDER CINEMA CINEOL CINQUE CIPHER CIRCLE CIRCUS CIRQUE CIRRUS CISCOS CISTED CISTUS CITERS CITHER

<choose=v> [v] <chose=n> [n] <chott=n> [n] a crow-like bird [n -S] to {swindle=v} [v CHOUSED, CHOUSING, CHOUSES] {chiaus=n} [n -ES] <chow=v> [v] to {chouse=v} [v CHOWSED, CHOWSING, CHOWSES] a consecrated oil [n -S] : CHRISMAL [adj] the purity of a color [n -S] to plate with chromium [v CHROMED, CHROMING, CHROMES] a type of color picture [n -MOS] decorated with chrome [adj CHROMIER, CHROMIEST] {plump=adj} [adj -BIER, -BIEST] : CHUBBILY [adv] <chuck=v> [v] a little chick [n CHUCKIES] <chufa=n> [n] <chuff=v> [v] {plump=adj} [adj -FIER, -FIEST] a game bird [n -S] a type of boot [n -S] {friendly=adj} [adj -MIER, -MIEST] : CHUMMILY [adv] <chump=v> [v] <chunk=v> [v] {stocky=adj} [adj CHUNKIER, CHUNKIEST] : CHUNKILY [adv] {chuppah=n} [n -S] to bring to church (a building for Christian worship) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <churl=n> [n] <churn=v> [v] a Spanish and Mexican pastry [n -ROS] <churr=v> [v] <chute=v> [v] <chute=v> [v] <chyle=n> [n] <chyme=n> [n] {chemic=n} [n -S] <cibol=n> [n] a winged insect [n -DAS or -DAE] {cicada=n} [n -LAS or -LE] <cicala=n> [n] a fragrant herb [n -LIES] a unit of measure in printing [n -ROS] <cider=n> [n] <cigar=n> [n] a coarse cloth [n -S] a short, hairlike projection [n CILIA] to reduce to cinders (ashes) [v -ED, -ING, -S] a motion-picture theater [n -S] a liquid used as an antiseptic [n -S] the number five [n -S] to solve problems in arithmetic [v -ED, -ING, -S] to move or revolve around [v -CLED, -CLING, -CLES] a public entertainment [n -ES] : CIRCUSY [adj] a deep, steep-walled basin on a mountain [n -S] a tendril or similar part [n -RI] <cisco=n> [n] <cist=n> [adj] a flowering shrub [n -ES] <citer=n> [n] {cittern=n} [n -S]

CITIED having cities [adj] CITIES <city=n> [n] CITIFY to {urbanize=v} [v -FIED, -FYING, -FIES] CITING <cite=v> [v] CITOLA a {cittern=n} [n -S] CITOLE {citola=n} [n -S] CITRAL a lemon flavoring [n -S] CITRIC derived from citrus fruits [adj] CITRIN a citric vitamin [n -S] CITRON a lemonlike fruit [n -S] CITRUS any of a genus of tropical, fruit-bearing trees [n -ES] : CITRUSY [adj] CIVETS <civet=n> [n] CIVICS the science of civic affairs [n] CIVIES <civie=n> [n] CIVISM good citizenship [n -S] CLACHS <clach=n> [n] CLACKS <clack=v> [v] CLADES <clade=n> [n] CLAIMS <claim=v> [v] CLAMMY cold and damp [adj CLAMMIER, CLAMMIEST] : CLAMMILY [adv] CLAMOR to make loud outcries [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLAMPS <clamp=v> [v] CLANGS <clang=v> [v] CLANKS <clank=v> [v] CLANKY making a sharp, metallic sound [adj CLANKIER, CLANKIEST] CLAQUE a group of hired applauders [n -S] CLARET a dry red wine [n -S] CLAROS <claro=n> [n] CLASPS <clasp=v> [v] CLASPT <clasp=v> [v] CLASSY stylish; elegant [adj CLASSIER, CLASSIEST] CLASTS <clast=n> [n] CLAUSE a distinct part of a composition [n -S] : CLAUSAL [adj] CLAVER to {gossip=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CLAVES <clave=n> [n] CLAVUS a horny thickening of the skin [n -VI] CLAWED <claw=v> [v] CLAWER one that {claws=v} [n -S] CLAXON {klaxon=n} [n -S] CLAYED <clay=v> [v] CLAYEY resembling clay [adj CLAYIER, CLAYIEST] CLEANS <clean=v> [v] CLEARS <clear=v> [v] CLEATS <cleat=v> [v] CLEAVE to split or divide [v CLEAVED, CLEFT, CLOVE or CLAVE, CLOVEN, CLEAVING, C LEAVES] CLEEKS <cleek=v> [v] CLEFTS <cleft=v> [v] CLENCH to grasp firmly [v -ED, -ING, -ES] CLEOME a tropical plant [n -S] CLEPED <clepe=v> [v] CLEPES <clepe=v> [v] CLERGY the body of persons ordained for religious service [n -GIES] CLERIC a member of the clergy [n -S] CLERID a predatory beetle [n -S] CLERKS <clerk=v> [v] CLEVER mentally keen [adj -ERER, -EREST] : CLEVERLY [adv] CLEVIS a metal fastening device [n -ISES] CLEWED <clew=v> [v] CLICHE a trite expression [n -S] : CLICHED [adj]

CLICKS CLIENT CLIFFS CLIFFY CLIFTS CLIMAX CLIMBS CLIMES CLINAL CLINCH CLINES CLINGS CLINGY CLINIC CLINKS CLIQUE IQUES] CLIQUY CLITIC CLIVIA CLOACA CLOAKS CLOCHE CLOCKS CLODDY CLOGGY CLOMPS CLONAL CLONED CLONER CLONES CLONIC CLONKS CLONUS CLOOTS CLOQUE CLOSED CLOSER CLOSES CLOSET CLOTHE CLOTHS CLOTTY CLOUDS CLOUDY CLOUGH CLOURS CLOUTS CLOVEN CLOVER CLOVES CLOWNS CLOYED CLOZES CLUBBY CLUCKS CLUING CLUMPS CLUMPY CLUMSY

<click=v> [v] a {customer=n} [n -S] : CLIENTAL [adj] <cliff=n> [n] abounding in {cliffs=n} [adj CLIFFIER, CLIFFIEST] <clift=n> [n] to reach a high or dramatic point [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <climb=v> [v] <clime=n> [n] pertaining to a {cline=n} [adj] to settle a matter decisively [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <cline=n> [n] <cling=v> [v] adhesive [adj CLINGIER, CLINGIEST] a medical facility [n -S] : CLINICAL [adj] <clink=v> [v] to form a clique (an exclusive group of persons) [v CLIQUED, CLIQUING, CL {cliquey=adj} [adj CLIQUIER, CLIQUIEST] a word pronounced as part of a neighboring word [n -S] a flowering plant [n -S] a sewer [n -ACAE or -ACAS] : CLOACAL [adj] <cloak=v> [v] a bell-shaped hat [n -S] <clock=v> [v] {lumpy=adj} [adj -DIER, -DIEST] clogging or able to clog [adj -GIER, -GIEST] : CLOGGILY [adv] <clomp=v> [v] <clon=n> [adj] <clone=v> [v] one that {clones=v} [n -S] <clone=v> [v] pertaining to {clonus=n} [adj] <clonk=v> [v] a form of muscular spasm [n -ES] <cloot=n> [n] a fabric with an embossed design [n -S] <close=v> [v] one that {closes=v} [n -S] <close=v> [v] to enclose in a private room [v -ED, -ING, -S] to provide with clothing [v CLOTHED, CLAD, CLOTHING, CLOTHES] <cloth=n> [n] tending to clot [adj] <cloud=v> [v] overcast with clouds [adj CLOUDIER, CLOUDIEST] : CLOUDILY [adv] a {ravine=n} [n -S] <clour=v> [v] <clout=v> [v] split; divided [adj] a plant [n -S] : CLOVERED, CLOVERY [adj] <clove=n> [n] <clown=v> [v] <cloy=v> [v] <cloze=n> [n] characteristic of a club [adj -BIER, -BIEST] <cluck=v> [v] <clue=v> [v] <clump=v> [v] {lumpy=adj} [adj CLUMPIER, CLUMPIEST] {awkward=adj} [adj -SIER, -SIEST] : CLUMSILY [adv]

CLUNKS CLUNKY CLUTCH CLYPEI CNIDAE COACTS COALAS COALED COALER COAPTS COARSE COASTS COATED COATEE COATER COATIS COAXAL COAXED COAXER COAXES COBALT COBBER COBBLE COBIAS COBLES COBNUT COBRAS COBWEB COCAIN COCCAL COCCIC COCCID COCCUS COCCYX COCHIN COCKED COCKER COCKLE COCKUP COCOAS COCOON CODDED CODDER CODDLE CODECS CODEIA CODEIN CODENS CODERS CODGER CODIFY CODING CODLIN CODONS COEDIT COELOM COEMPT COERCE COEVAL COFFEE

<clunk=v> [v] clumsy in style [adj CLUNKIER, CLUNKIEST] to grasp and hold tightly [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <clypeus=n> [n] <cnida=n> [n] <coact=v> [v] <coala=n> [n] <coal=v> [v] one that supplies coal [n -S] <coapt=v> [v] {rough=adj} [adj COARSER, COARSEST] : COARSELY [adv] <coast=v> [v] <coat=v> [v] a small coat [n -S] one that {coats=v} [n -S] <coati=n> [n] {coaxial=adj} [adj] <coax=v> [v] one that {coaxes=v} [n -S] <coax=v> [v] a metallic element [n -S] : COBALTIC [adj] a {comrade=n} [n -S] to {mend=v} [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] <cobia=n> [n] <coble=n> [n] an edible nut [n -S] <cobra=n> [n] to cover with cobwebs (spider webs) [v -WEBBED, -WEBBING, -WEBS] {cocaine=n} [n -S] pertaining to a {coccus=n} [adj] {coccal=adj} [adj] an {insect=n} [n -S] a spherical bacterium [n COCCI] : COCCOUS [adj] a bone of the spine [n -CYGES or -CYXES] a large domestic chicken [n -S] <cock=v> [v] to {pamper=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to wrinkle or pucker [v -LED, -LING, -LES] a turned-up part of something [n -S] <cocoa=n> [n] to wrap or envelop tightly [v -ED, -ING, -S] <cod=v> [v] a cod fisherman [n -S] to {pamper=v} [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] <codec=n> [n] {codeine=n} [n -S] {codeine=n} [n -S] <coden=n> [n] <coder=n> [n] an old man [n -S] to arrange or systematize [v -FIED, -FYING, -FIES] <code=v> [v] {codling=n} [n -S] <codon=n> [n] to edit with another person [v -ED, -ING, -S] a body cavity in some animals [n -LOMS or -LOMATA] : COELOMIC [adj] to buy up the entire supply of a product [v -ED, -ING, -S] to compel by force or threat [v -ERCED, -ERCING, -ERCES] one of the same era or period as another [n -S] an aromatic, mildly stimulating beverage [n -S]

COFFER COFFIN COFFLE COGENT COGGED COGITO COGNAC COGONS COGWAY COHEAD COHEIR COHERE COHOGS COHORT COHOSH COHOST COHUNE COIFED COIFFE COIGNE COIGNS COILED COILER COINED COINER COITAL COITUS COJOIN COKING COLBYS COLDER COLDLY COLEAD COLEUS COLICS COLIES COLINS COLLAR S] COLLET COLLIE COLLOP COLOBI COLOGS COLONE COLONI COLONS COLONY COLORS COLOUR COLTER COLUGO COLUMN ] COLURE COLZAS COMADE COMAKE COMATE COMBAT

to put in a strongbox [v -ED, -ING, -S] to put in a coffin (a burial case) [v -ED, -ING, -S] to chain slaves together [v -FLED, -FLING, -FLES] convincing [adj] : COGENTLY [adv] <cog=v> [v] a philosophical principle [n -TOS] a brandy [n -S] <cogon=n> [n] a railway operating on steep slopes [n -WAYS] to head jointly [v -ED, -ING, -S] a joint heir [n -S] to stick together [v -HERED, -HERING, -HERES] <cohog=n> [n] a companion or associate [n -S] a medicinal plant [n -ES] to host jointly [v -ED, -ING, -S] a palm tree [n -S] <coif=v> [v] to {coif=v} [v COIFFED, COIFFING, COIFFES] to {quoin=v} [v COIGNED, COIGNING, COIGNES] <coign=v> [v] <coil=v> [v] one that {coils=v} [n -S] <coin=v> [v] one that {coins=v} [n -S] <coitus=n> [adj] sexual intercourse [n -ES] : COITAL [adj], COITALLY [adv] to join together [v -ED, -ING, -S] <coke=v> [v] <colby=n> [n] <cold=adj> [adj] in a cold manner [adv] to lead jointly [v -LED, -LEADING, -LEADS] a tropical plant [n -ES] <colic=n> [n] <coly=n> [n] <colin=n> [n] to provide with a collar (something worn around the neck) [v -ED, -ING, to set a gem in a rim or ring [v -ED, -ING, -S] a large dog [n -S] a small portion of meat [n -S] <colobus=n> [n] <colog=n> [n] {colon=n} [n -S] <colonus=n> [n] <colon=n> [n] a group of emigrants living in a new land [n -NIES] <color=v> [v] to {color=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a blade on a plow [n -S] a small {mammal=n} [n -GOS] a vertical cylindrical support [n -S] : COLUMNAL, COLUMNAR, COLUMNED [adj an astronomical circle [n -S] <colza=n> [n] <comake=v> [v] to serve as comaker for another's loan [v -MADE, -MAKING, -MAKES] a companion [n -S] to fight against [v -BATED, -BATING, -BATS or -BATTED, -BATTING, -BATS]

COMBED <comb=v> [v] COMBER one that {combs=v} [n -S] COMBES <combe=n> [n] COMBOS <combo=n> [n] COMEDO a skin blemish [n -DOS or -DONES] COMEDY a humorous play, movie, or other work [n -DIES] COMELY pleasing to look at [adj -LIER, -LIEST] : COMELILY [adv] COMERS <comer=n> [n] COMETH <come=v> [v] COMETS <comet=n> [n] COMFIT a candy [n -S] COMICS <comic=n> [n] COMING {arrival=n} [n -S] COMITY {civility=n} [n -TIES] COMMAS <comma=n> [n] COMMIE a {Communist=n} [n -S] COMMIT to do, perform, or perpetrate [v -MITTED, -MITTING, -MITS] COMMIX to mix together [v -MIXED or -MIXT, -MIXING, -MIXES] COMMON {ordinary=adj} [adj -MONER, -MONEST] / a tract of publicly used land [n S] COMOSE bearing a tuft of silky hairs [adj] COMOUS {comose=adj} [adj] COMPAS a popular music of Haiti [n COMPAS] COMPED <comp=v> [v] COMPEL to urge forcefully [v -PELLED, -PELLING, -PELS] COMPLY to {obey=v} [v -PLIED, -PLYING, -PLIES] COMPOS <compo=n> [n] COMPTS <compt=v> [v] COMTES <comte=n> [n] CONCHA an anatomical shell-like structure [n -CHAE] : CONCHAL [adj] / an ornamen tal disk [n -S] CONCHO concha (ornamental disk) [n -CHOS] CONCHS <conch=n> [n] CONCHY a conscientious objector [n -CHIES] CONCUR to {agree=v} [v -CURRED, -CURRING, -CURS] CONDOM a {prophylactic=n} [n -S] CONDOR a coin of Chile [n -S or -ES] CONDOS <condo=n> [n] CONEYS <coney=n> [n] CONFAB to {chat=v} [v -FABBED, -FABBING, -FABS] CONFER to {bestow=v} [v -FERRED, -FERRING, -FERS] CONFIT meat cooked and preserved in its own fat [n -S] CONGAS <conga=v> [v] CONGEE to bow politely [v -GEED, -GEEING, -GEES] CONGER a marine eel [n -S] CONGES <conge=n> [n] CONGII <congius=n> [n] CONGOS <congo=n> [n] CONGOU a Chinese tea [n -S] CONICS <conic=n> [n] CONIES <cony=n> [n] CONINE {coniine=n} [n -S] CONING <cone=v> [v] CONINS <conin=n> [n] CONIUM a poisonous herb [n -S] CONKED <conk=v> [v] CONKER a chestnut used in a British game [n -S] CONNED <conn=v> [v] CONNER one that {cons=v} [n -S] CONOID a geometric solid [n -S] : CONOIDAL [adj]

CONSOL a government bond [n -S] CONSUL an official serving abroad [n -S] : CONSULAR [adj] CONTES <conte=n> [n] CONTOS <conto=n> [n] CONTRA a Nicaraguan revolutionary [n -S] CONVEX a surface or body that is convex (curving outward) [n -ES] CONVEY to {transport=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] CONVOY to {escort=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] COOCOO {crazy=adj} [adj] COOEED <cooee=v> [v] COOEES <cooee=v> [v] COOERS <cooer=n> [n] COOEYS <cooey=v> [v] COOING <coo=v> [v] COOKED <cook=v> [v] COOKER one that {cooks=v} [n -S] COOKEY {cookie=n} [n -EYS] COOKIE a small, flat cake [n -S] COOLED <cool=v> [v] COOLER something that cools [n -S] COOLIE an Oriental laborer [n -S] COOLLY in a cool manner [adv] COOLTH {coolness=n} [n -S] COOMBE {combe=n} [n -S] COOMBS <coomb=n> [n] COOPED <coop=v> [v] COOPER to make or mend barrels [v -ED, -ING, -S] COOPTS <coopt=v> [v] COOTER a turtle [n -S] COOTIE a body louse [n -S] COPALM a hardwood tree [n -S] COPALS <copal=n> [n] COPAYS <copay=n> [n] COPECK {kopeck=n} [n -S] COPENS <copen=n> [n] COPERS <coper=n> [n] COPIED <copy=v> [v] COPIER one that {copies=v} [n -S] COPIES <copy=v> [v] COPING the top part of a wall [n -S] COPLOT to plot together [v -PLOTTED, -PLOTTING, -PLOTS] COPOUT a backing out of a responsibility [n -S] COPPED <cop=v> [v] COPPER to cover with copper (a metallic element) [v -ED, -ING, -S] COPPRA {copra=n} [n -S] COPRAH {copra=n} [n -S] COPRAS <copra=n> [n] COPSES <copse=n> [n] COPTER a helicopter [n -S] COPULA something that links [n -LAS or -LAE] : COPULAR [adj] COQUET to {flirt=v} [v -QUETTED, -QUETTING, -QUETS] CORALS <coral=n> [n] CORBAN an offering to God [n -S] CORBEL to provide a wall with a bracket [v -BELED, -BELING, -BELS or -BELLED, -B ELLING, -BELS] CORBIE a raven or crow [n -S] CORDED <cord=v> [v] CORDER one that {cords=v} [n -S] CORDON to form a barrier around [v -ED, -ING, -S] CORERS <corer=n> [n]

CORGIS CORING CORIUM CORKED CORKER CORMEL CORNEA CORNED CORNEL CORNER CORNET CORNUA CORNUS CORODY CORONA CORPSE CORPUS CORRAL ] CORRIE CORSAC CORSES CORSET CORTEX CORTIN CORVEE CORVES CORVET CORVID CORYMB CORYZA COSECS COSETS COSEYS COSHED COSHER COSHES COSIED COSIER COSIES COSIGN COSILY COSINE COSMIC COSMID COSMOS COSSET COSTAE COSTAL COSTAR COSTED COSTER COSTLY COTANS COTEAU COTING COTTAE COTTAR COTTAS COTTER

<corgi=n> [n] <core=v> [v] a skin layer [n -RIA] <cork=v> [v] one that {corks=v} [n -S] a small {corm=n} [n -S] a part of the eye [n -S] : CORNEAL [adj] <corn=v> [v] a hardwood tree or shrub [n -S] to gain control of [v -ED, -ING, -S] a trumpetlike instrument [n -S] <cornu=n> [n] a {cornel=n} [n -ES] an allowance of food or clothes [n -DIES] a luminous circle around a celestial body [n -NAS or -NAE] a dead body [n -S] a human or animal body [n -PORA or -PUSES] to place livestock in a corral (an enclosure) [v -RALLED, -RALLING, -RALS a {cirque=n} [n -S] an Asian fox [n -S] <corse=n> [n] to fit with a corset (a supporting undergarment) [v -ED, -ING, -S] the outer layer of an organ [n -TICES or -TEXES] : CORTICAL [adj] a {hormone=n} [n -S] an obligation to perform feudal service [n -S] <corf=n> [n] {corvette=n} [n -S] any of a family of passerine birds [n -S] a flower cluster [n -S] : CORYMBED [adj] a head cold [n -S] : CORYZAL [adj] <cosec=n> [n] <coset=n> [n] <cosey=n> [n] <cosh=v> [v] to {coddle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <cosh=v> [v] <cosy=v> [v] <cosy=adj> [adj] <cosy=v> [v] to sign jointly [v -ED, -ING, -S] in a cosy manner [adv] a trigonometric function of an angle [n -S] pertaining to the cosmos [adj] a hybrid vector used in cloning [n -S] the universe regarded as an orderly system [n -ES] to {fondle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <costa=n> [n] <costa=n> [adj] to star with another actor [v -STARRED, -STARRING, -STARS] <cost=v> [v] a hawker of fruit or vegetables [n -S] {expensive=adj} [adj -LIER, -LIEST] <cotan=n> [n] the higher ground of a region [n -TEAUX] <cote=v> [v] <cotta=n> [n] {cotter=n} [n -S] <cotta=n> [n] a pin or wedge used for fastening parts together [n -S] : COTTERED [adj]

COTTON COTYPE COUGAR COUGHS COULEE COULIS COUNTS COUNTY COUPED COUPES COUPLE COUPON COURSE COURTS COUSIN COUTER COUTHS COVARY ES] COVENS COVERS COVERT COVETS COVEYS COVING COVINS COWAGE COWARD COWBOY COWERS COWIER COWING COWLED COWMAN COWMEN COWPAT COWPEA COWPIE COWPOX COWRIE COXING COYDOG COYEST COYING COYISH COYOTE COYPOU COYPUS COZENS COZEYS COZIED COZIER COZIES COZILY COZZES CRAALS CRABBY CRACKS CRACKY CRADLE

to take a liking [v -ED, -ING, -S] a taxonomic type [n -S] a mountain lion [n -S] <cough=v> [v] a small {ravine=n} [n -S] a thick sauce of pureed vegetable or fruit [n COULIS] <count=v> [v] an administrative division of a state [n -TIES] <coup=v> [v] <coupe=n> [n] to unite in pairs [v -PLED, -PLING, -PLES] a certificate entitling the holder to certain benefits [n -S] to cause hounds to chase game [v COURSED, COURSING, COURSES] <court=v> [v] a child of one's aunt or uncle [n -S] : COUSINLY [adj] a piece of armor for the elbow [n -S] <couth=n> [n] to exhibit variation of two or more variables [v -VARIED, -VARYING, -VARI <coven=n> [n] <cover=v> [v] a hiding place [n -S] <covet=v> [v] <covey=n> [n] a concave molding [n -S] <covin=n> [n] a tropical vine [n -S] one who lacks courage [n -S] to tend cattle or horses [v -BOYED, -BOYING, -BOYS] <cower=v> [v] <cowy=adj> [adj] <cow=v> [v] <cowl=v> [v] one who owns cattle [n COWMEN] <cowman=n> [n] a dropping of cow dung [n -S] a black-eyed pea [n -S] a {cowpat=n} [n -S] a cattle disease [n -ES] {cowry=n} [n -S] <cox=v> [v] a hybrid between a coyote and a wild dog [n -S] <coy=adj> [adj] <coy=v> [v] somewhat coy [adj] a small {wolf=n} [n -S] a {coypu=n} [n -S] <coypu=n> [n] <cozen=v> [v] <cozey=n> [n] <cozy=v> [v] <cozy=adj> [adj] <cozy=v> [v] <cozy=adj> [adv] <coz=n> [n] <craal=v> [v] {grumpy=adj} [adj -BIER, -BIEST] : CRABBILY [adv] <crack=v> [v] used to express surprise [interj] to nurture during infancy [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES]

CRAFTS CRAFTY CRAGGY CRAKES CRAMBE CRAMBO CRAMPS CRAMPY CRANCH CRANED CRANES CRANIA CRANKS CRANKY CRANNY CRAPED CRAPES CRAPPY CRASES CRASIS CRATCH CRATED CRATER CRATES CRATON CRAVAT CRAVED CRAVEN CRAVER CRAVES CRAWLS CRAWLY CRAYON CRAZED CRAZES CREAKS CREAKY CREAMS CREAMY CREASE CREASY CREATE CRECHE CREDAL CREDIT CREDOS CREEDS CREEKS CREELS CREEPS CREEPY CREESE CREESH CREMES CRENEL ] CREOLE CREPED CREPES CREPEY

<craft=v> [v] skillful in deceiving [adj CRAFTIER, CRAFTIEST] : CRAFTILY [adv] full of crags [adj -GIER, -GIEST] : CRAGGILY [adv] <crake=n> [n] an annual herb [n -S] a word game [n -BOS or -BOES] <cramp=v> [v] affected with a cramp [adj CRAMPIER, CRAMPIEST] to {craunch=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <crane=v> [v] <crane=v> [v] <cranium=n> [n] <crank=v> [v] {grumpy=adj} [adj CRANKIER, CRANKIEST] a {crevice=n} [n -NIES] : CRANNIED [adj] <crape=v> [v] <crape=v> [v] markedly inferior in quality [adj -PIER, -PIEST] <crasis=n> [n] a vowel contraction [n CRASES] a {manger=n} [n -ES] <crate=v> [v] to form cavities in a surface [v -ED, -ING, -S] <crate=v> [v] a part of the earth's crust [n -S] : CRATONIC [adj] a {necktie=n} [n -S] <crave=v> [v] to make {cowardly=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] one that {craves=v} [n -S] <crave=v> [v] <crawl=v> [v] {creepy=adj} [adj CRAWLIER, CRAWLIEST] to use a drawing implement [v -ED, -ING, -S] <craze=v> [v] <craze=v> [v] <creak=v> [v] creaking [adj CREAKIER, CREAKIEST] : CREAKILY [adv] <cream=v> [v] rich in cream [adj CREAMIER, CREAMIEST] : CREAMILY [adv] to make a fold or wrinkle in [v CREASED, CREASING, CREASES] having folds or wrinkles [adj CREASIER, CREASIEST] to cause to exist [v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES] a day nursery [n -S] pertaining to a {creed=n} [adj] to accept as true [v -ED, -ING, -S] <credo=n> [n] <creed=n> [n] <creek=n> [n] <creel=v> [v] <creep=v> [v] {repugnant=adj} [adj CREEPIER, CREEPIEST] : CREEPILY [adv] {kris=n} [n -S] to {grease=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <creme=n> [n] to provide with crenelles [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS a type of mixed language [n -S] <crepe=v> [v] <crepe=v> [v] {crinkly=adj} [adj CREPIER, CREPIEST]

CREPON CRESOL CRESSY CRESTS CRESYL CRETIC CRETIN CREWED CREWEL CRICKS CRIERS CRIKEY CRIMES CRIMPS CRIMPY CRINGE CRINUM CRIPES CRISES CRISIC CRISIS CRISPS CRISPY CRISSA CRISTA CRITIC CROAKS CROAKY CROCKS CROCUS CROFTS CROJIK CRONES CROOKS CROONS CRORES CROSSE CROTCH CROTON CROUCH CROUPE CROUPS CROUPY CROUSE CROUTE CROWDS CROWDY CROWED CROWER CROWNS CROZER CROZES CRUCES CRUCKS CRUDDY CRUDER CRUDES CRUETS CRUISE CRUMBS

a crinkled fabric [n -S] a chemical disinfectant [n -S] <cress=n> [adj] <crest=v> [v] {tolyl=n} [n -S] a type of metrical foot [n -S] an {idiot=n} [n -S] <crew=v> [v] a woolen yarn [n -S] <crick=v> [v] <crier=n> [n] used as a mild oath [interj] <crime=n> [n] <crimp=v> [v] {wavy=adj} [adj CRIMPIER, CRIMPIEST] to shrink in fear [v CRINGED, CRINGING, CRINGES] a tropical herb [n -S] used as a mild oath [interj] <cris=n> [n] <crisis=n> [adj] a crucial turning point [n CRISES] : CRISIC [adj] <crisp=v> [v] {crisp=adj} [adj CRISPIER, CRISPIEST] : CRISPILY [adv] <crissum=n> [n] a part of a cell [n -TAE] one who judges the merits of something [n -S] : CRITICAL [adj] <croak=v> [v] low and hoarse [adj CROAKIER, CROAKIEST] : CROAKILY [adv] <crock=v> [v] a flowering plant [n -CUSES or -CI] <croft=n> [n] a triangular sail [n -S] <crone=n> [n] <crook=v> [v] <croon=v> [v] <crore=n> [n] a lacrosse stick [n -S] an angle formed by two diverging parts [n -ES] : CROTCHED [adj] a tropical plant [n -S] to {stoop=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] the rump of certain animals [n -S] <croup=n> [n] affected with croup [adj CROUPIER, CROUPIEST] : CROUPILY [adv] {lively=adj} [adj] : CROUSELY [adv] a pastry case [n -S] <crowd=v> [v] {porridge=n} [n -DIES] <crow=v> [v] one that {crows=v} [n -S] <crown=v> [v] a {croze=n} [n -S] <croze=n> [n] <crux=n> [n] <cruck=n> [n] filthy; contemptible [adj -DIER, -DIEST] <crude=adj> [adj] <crude=n> [n] <cruet=n> [n] to sail about touching at several ports [v CRUISED, CRUISING, CRUISES] <crumb=v> [v]

CRUMBY CRUMMY CRUMPS CRUNCH CRUORS CRURAL CRUSES CRUSET CRUSTS CRUSTY CRUTCH CRUXES CRWTHS CRYING CRYPTO CRYPTS CUATRO CUBAGE CUBEBS CUBERS CUBICS CUBING CUBISM CUBIST CUBITI CUBITS CUBOID CUCKOO CUDDIE CUDDLE CUDDLY CUDGEL ] CUEING CUESTA CUFFED CUISSE CULETS CULLAY CULLED CULLER CULLET CULLIS CULMED CULPAE CULTCH CULTIC CULTUS CULVER CUMBER CUMBIA CUMINS CUMMER CUMMIN CUMULI CUNDUM CUNEAL CUNNER CUPELS CUPFUL

full of crumbs [adj CRUMBIER, CRUMBIEST] of little or no value [adj -MIER, -MIEST] <crump=v> [v] to chew with a crackling sound [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <cruor=n> [n] pertaining to the thigh or leg [adj] <cruse=n> [n] a melting pot [n -S] <crust=v> [v] {surly=adj} [adj CRUSTIER, CRUSTIEST] : CRUSTILY [adv] to prop up or support [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <crux=n> [n] <crwth=n> [n] <cry=v> [v] one who belongs secretly to a group [n -TOS] <crypt=n> [n] a small guitar of Latin America [n -ROS] {cubature=n} [n -S] <cubeb=n> [n] <cuber=n> [n] <cubic=n> [n] <cube=v> [v] a style of art [n -S] : CUBISTIC [adj] an adherent of {cubism=n} [n -S] <cubitus=n> [n] <cubit=n> [n] a bone of the foot [n -S] : CUBOIDAL [adj] to repeat monotonously [v -ED, -ING, -S] {cuddy=n} [n -S] to hug tenderly [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] fit for cuddling [adj -DLIER, -DLIEST] to beat with a heavy club [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS <cue=v> [v] a type of land elevation [n -S] <cuff=v> [v] a piece of armor for the thigh [n -S] <culet=n> [n] {quillai=n} [n -LAYS] <cull=v> [v] one that {culls=v} [n -S] broken glass gathered for remelting [n -S] a gutter in a roof [n -LISES] <culm=v> [v] <culpa=n> [n] {culch=n} [n -ES] pertaining to a {cult=n} [adj] a {cult=n} [n -TUSES or -TI] a {pigeon=n} [n -S] to {hinder=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a Latin American dance [n -S] <cumin=n> [n] a godmother [n -S] {cumin=n} [n -S] <cumulus=n> [n] {condom=n} [n -S] {cuneate=adj} [adj] a marine fish [n -S] <cupel=v> [v] as much as a cup can hold [n CUPFULS or CUPSFUL]

CUPIDS CUPOLA CUPPAS CUPPED CUPPER CUPRIC CUPRUM CUPULA CUPULE CURACY CURAGH CURARA CURARE CURARI CURATE CURBED CURBER CURDED CURDLE CURERS CURETS CURFEW CURIAE CURIAL CURIES CURING CURIOS CURITE CURIUM CURLED CURLER CURLEW CURRAN CURRED CURRIE CURSED CURSER CURSES CURSOR CURTAL CURTER CURTLY CURTSY CURULE CURVED CURVES CURVET CURVEY CUSCUS CUSECS CUSHAT CUSHAW CUSPAL CUSPED CUSPID CUSPIS CUSSED CUSSER CUSSES CUSSOS

<cupid=n> [n] to shape like a dome [v -ED, -ING, -S] <cuppa=n> [n] <cup=v> [v] one that performs cupping [n -S] containing copper [adj] copper [n -S] a cup-shaped anatomical structure [n -LAE] a cup-shaped anatomical structure [n -S] the office of a curate [n -CIES] {currach=n} [n -S] {curare=n} [n -S] an arrow poison [n -S] {curare=n} [n -S] to act as curator of [v -RATED, -RATING, -RATES] <curb=v> [v] one that {curbs=v} [n -S] <curd=v> [v] to {congeal=v} [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] <curer=n> [n] <curet=n> [n] a regulation concerning the hours which one may keep [n -S] <curia=n> [n] <curia=n> [adj] <curie=n> [n] <cure=v> [v] <curio=n> [n] a radioactive mineral [n -S] a radioactive element [n -S] <curl=v> [v] one that {curls=v} [n -S] a shore bird [n -S] {curn=n} [n -S] <curr=v> [v] to prepare food a certain way [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] {wicked=adj} [adj CURSEDER, CURSEDEST] : CURSEDLY [adv] one that {curses=v} [n -S] <curse=v> [v] a light indicator on a computer display [n -S] an animal with a clipped tail [n -S] <curt=adj> [adj] in a curt manner [adv] to bow politely [v -SIED, -SYING, -SIES] of the highest rank [adj] <curve=v> [v] <curve=v> [v] to {prance=v} [v -VETED, -VETING, -VETS or -VETTED, -VETTING, -VETS] {curvy=adj} [adj CURVIER, CURVIEST] an arboreal mammal [n -ES] <cusec=n> [n] a {pigeon=n} [n -S] a variety of squash [n -S] <cusp=n> [adj] <cusp=n> [adj] a pointed tooth [n -S] a {cusp=n} [n -PIDES] <cuss=v> [v] one that {cusses=v} [n -S] <cuss=v> [v] <cusso=n> [n]

CUSTOM CUSTOS CUTELY CUTEST CUTESY CUTEYS CUTIES CUTINS CUTLAS CUTLER CUTLET CUTOFF CUTOUT CUTTER CUTTLE CUTUPS CUVEES CYANIC CYANID CYANIN CYBORG CYCADS CYCLED CYCLER CYCLES CYCLIC CYCLIN CYCLOS CYDERS CYESES CYESIS CYGNET CYMARS CYMBAL CYMENE CYMLIN CYMOID CYMOLS CYMOSE CYMOUS CYNICS CYPHER CYPRES CYPRUS CYSTIC CYTONS DABBED DABBER DABBLE DACHAS DACITE DACKER DACOIT DACRON DACTYL DADDLE DADGUM DADOED DADOES DAEDAL

a habitual practice [n -S] a guardian or keeper [n -TODES] <cute=adj> [adv] <cute=adj> [adj] self-consciously cute [adj -SIER, -SIEST] <cutey=n> [n] <cutie=n> [n] <cutin=n> [n] {cutlass=n} [n -ES] one who sells and repairs cutting tools [n -S] a slice of meat [n -S] the point at which something terminates [n -S] something cut out [n -S] one that {cuts=v} [n -S] to fold cloth in a particular fashion [v -TLED, -TLING, -TLES] <cutup=n> [n] <cuvee=n> [n] blue or bluish [adj] a compound of cyanogen [n -S] {cyanine=n} [n -S] a human linked to a mechanical device for life support [n -S] <cycad=n> [n] <cycle=v> [v] a {cyclist=n} [n -S] <cycle=v> [v] moving in complete circles [adj] : CYCLICLY [adv] any of a group of proteins that control the cell cycle [n -S] <cyclo=n> [n] <cyder=n> [n] <cyesis=n> [n] {pregnancy=n} [n CYESES] a young swan [n -S] <cymar=n> [n] a percussion instrument [n -S] a {hydrocarbon=n} [n -S] {cymling=n} [n -S] resembling a {cyma=n} [adj] <cymol=n> [n] resembling a {cyme=n} [adj] : CYMOSELY [adv] {cymose=adj} [adj] <cynic=n> [n] to {cipher=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a legal doctrine [n -ES] {cypress=n} [n -ES] pertaining to a {cyst=n} [adj] <cyton=n> [n] <dab=v> [v] one that {dabs=v} [n -S] to {splash=v} [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] <dacha=n> [n] a light gray rock [n -S] to {waver=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a bandit in India [n -S] a synthetic polyester textile fiber -- a trademark [n -S] a type of metrical foot [n -S] to {diddle=v} [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] used as an intensive [adj] <dado=v> [v] <dado=v> [v] {skillful=adj} [adj]

DAEMON DAFFED DAFTER DAFTLY DAGGAS DAGGER DAGGLE DAGOBA DAHLIA DAHOON DAIKER DAIKON DAIMEN DAIMIO DAIMON DAIMYO DAINTY ous [n DAISES DAKOIT DALASI DALEDH DALETH DALLES DALTON DAMAGE DAMANS DAMARS DAMASK DAMMAR DAMMED DAMMER DAMMIT DAMNED DAMNER DAMPED DAMPEN DAMPER DAMPLY DAMSEL DAMSON DANCED DANCER DANCES DANDER DANDLE DANGED DANGER DANGLE DANGLY DANIOS DANISH DANKER DANKLY DAPHNE DAPPED DAPPER DAPPLE DARBAR DARERS

{demon=n} [n -S] : DAEMONIC [adj] / {daimon=n} [n -S or -ES] <daff=v> [v] <daft=adj> [adj] <daft=adj> [adv] <dagga=n> [n] to stab with a small knife [v -ED, -ING, -S] to drag in mud [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES] a Buddhist shrine [n -S] a flowering plant [n -S] an evergreen tree [n -S] to {dacker=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a Japanese radish [n -S] {occasional=adj} [adj] a former Japanese nobleman [n -MIOS] an attendant spirit [n -S or -ES] : DAIMONIC [adj] {daimio=n} [n -MYOS] delicately pretty [adj -TIER, -TIEST] : DAINTILY [adv] / something delici -TIES] <dais=n> [n] {dacoit=n} [n -S] a unit of Gambian currency [n DALASI or DALASIS] {daleth=n} [n -S] a Hebrew letter [n -S] {rapids=n} [n] a unit of atomic mass [n -S] to {injure=v} [v -AGED, -AGING, -AGES] <daman=n> [n] <damar=n> [n] to weave with elaborate design [v -ED, -ING, -S] a hard resin [n -S] <dam=v> [v] {dammar=n} [n -S] used to express anger [interj] {damnable=adj} [adj DAMNEDER, DAMNEDEST or DAMNDEST] one that {damns=v} [n -S] <damp=v> [v] to {moisten=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] one that {damps=v} [n -S] in a damp manner [adv] a {maiden=n} [n -S] a small purple plum [n -S] <dance=v> [v] one that {dances=v} [n -S] <dance=v> [v] to {stroll=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {fondle=v} [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] <dang=v> [v] to {endanger=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to hang loosely [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES] dangling [adj -GLIER, -GLIEST] <danio=n> [n] a pastry of raised dough [n -ES] <dank=adj> [adj] <dank=adj> [adv] a flowering shrub [n -S] <dap=v> [v] looking neat and trim [adj -PERER, -PEREST] : DAPPERLY [adv] to mark with spots [v -PLED, -PLING, -PLES] {durbar=n} [n -S] <darer=n> [n]

DARICS DARING DARKED DARKEN DARKER DARKLE DARKLY DARNED DARNEL DARNER DARTED DARTER DARTLE DASHED DASHER DASHES DASHIS DASSIE DATARY DATCHA DATERS DATING DATIVE DATTOS DATUMS DATURA DAUBED DAUBER DAUBES DAUBRY DAUNTS DAUTED DAUTIE DAVENS DAVIES DAVITS DAWDLE DAWING DAWNED DAWTED DAWTIE DAYBED DAYFLY DAYLIT DAZING DAZZLE DEACON DEADEN DEADER DEADLY DEAFEN DEAFER DEAFLY DEAIRS DEALER DEANED DEARER DEARIE DEARLY DEARTH

<daric=n> [n] {bravery=n} [n -S] <dark=v> [v] to make {dark=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <dark=adj> [adj] to become {dark=adj} [v -KLED, -KLING, -KLES] in a dark manner [adv -LIER, -LIEST] {damned=adj} [adj DARNEDER, DARNEDEST or DARNDEST] an annual grass [n -S] one that {darns=v} [n -S] <dart=v> [v] one that {darts=v} [n -S] to dart repeatedly [v -TLED, -TLING, -TLES] <dash=v> [v] one that {dashes=v} [n -S] <dash=v> [v] <dashi=n> [n] a {hyrax=n} [n -S] a cardinal in the Roman Catholic Church [n -RIES] {dacha=n} [n -S] <dater=n> [n] <date=v> [v] a grammatical case [n -S] : DATIVAL [adj], DATIVELY [adv] <datto=n> [n] <datum=n> [n] a flowering plant [n -S] : DATURIC [adj] <daub=v> [v] one that {daubs=v} [n -S] <daube=n> [n] {daubery=n} [n -RIES] <daunt=v> [v] <daut=v> [v] a small pet [n -S] <daven=v> [v] <davy=n> [n] <davit=n> [n] to waste time [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] <daw=v> [v] <dawn=v> [v] <dawt=v> [v] {dautie=n} [n -S] a couch that can be converted into a bed [n -S] a {mayfly=n} [n -FLIES] <daylight=v> [v] <daze=v> [v] to blind by bright light [v -ZLED, -ZLING, -ZLES] to read a hymn aloud [v -ED, -ING, -S] to diminish the sensitivity or vigor of [v -ED, -ING, -S] <dead=adj> [adj] {fatal=adj} [adj -LIER, -LIEST] to make {deaf=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <deaf=adj> [adj] in a deaf manner [adv] <deair=v> [v] one that {deals=v} [n -S] <dean=v> [v] <dear=adj> [adj] {deary=n} [n -S] in a dear manner [adv] {scarcity=n} [n -S]

DEASIL {clockwise=adv} [adv] DEATHS <death=n> [n] DEATHY {deathly=adj} [adj] DEAVED <deave=v> [v] DEAVES <deave=v> [v] DEBAGS <debag=v> [v] DEBARK to unload from a ship [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEBARS <debar=v> [v] DEBASE to lower in character, quality, or value [v -BASED, -BASING, -BASES] DEBATE to argue about [v -BATED, -BATING, -BATES] DEBEAK to remove the tip of the upper beak of [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEBITS <debit=v> [v] DEBONE to remove the bones from [v -BONED, -BONING, -BONES] DEBRIS fragments or scattered remains [n DEBRIS] DEBTOR one who owes something to another [n -S] DEBUGS <debug=v> [v] DEBUNK to expose the sham or falseness of [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEBUTS <debut=v> [v] DEBYES <debye=n> [n] DECADE a period of ten years [n -S] : DECADAL [adj] DECAFS <decaf=n> [n] DECALS <decal=n> [n] DECAMP to depart from a camping ground [v -ED, -ING, -S] DECANE a {hydrocarbon=n} [n -S] DECANT to pour from one container into another [v -ED, -ING, -S] DECARE {dekare=n} [n -S] DECAYS <decay=v> [v] DECEIT the act of {deceiving=v} [n -S] DECENT conforming to recognized standards of propriety [adj -CENTER, -CENTEST] : DECENTLY [adv] DECERN to decree by judicial sentence [v -ED, -ING, -S] DECIDE to make a choice or judgment [v -CIDED, -CIDING, -CIDES] DECILE a statistical interval [n -S] DECKED <deck=v> [v] DECKEL {deckle=n} [n -S] DECKER something having a specified number of levels, floors, or layers [n -S] DECKLE a frame used in making paper by hand [n -S] DECLAW to surgically remove the claws of [v -CLAWED, -CLAWING, -CLAWS] DECOCT to extract the flavor of by boiling [v -ED, -ING, -S] DECODE to convert a coded message into plain language [v -CODED, -CODING, -CODES ] DECORS <decor=n> [n] DECOYS <decoy=v> [v] DECREE to order or establish by law or edict [v -CREED, -CREEING, -CREES] DECURY a group of ten soldiers in ancient Rome [n -RIES] DEDANS a gallery for tennis spectators [n DEDANS] DEDUCE to {infer=v} [v -DUCED, -DUCING, -DUCES] DEDUCT to {subtract=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEEDED <deed=v> [v] DEEJAY to work as a disc jockey [v -JAYED, -JAYING, -JAYS] DEEMED <deem=v> [v] DEEPEN to make {deep=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEEPER <deep=adj> [adj] DEEPLY at or to a great depth [adv] DEEWAN {dewan=n} [n -S] DEFACE to mar the appearance of [v -FACED, -FACING, -FACES] DEFAME to attack the good name of [v -FAMED, -FAMING, -FAMES] DEFANG to make {harmless=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEFATS <defat=v> [v] DEFEAT to win victory over [v -ED, -ING, -S]

DEFECT to desert an allegiance [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEFEND to {protect=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEFERS <defer=v> [v] DEFFER <def=adj> [adj] DEFIED <defy=v> [v] DEFIER one that {defies=v} [n -S] DEFIES <defy=v> [v] DEFILE to make {dirty=adj} [v -FILED, -FILING, -FILES] DEFINE to state the meaning of [v -FINED, -FINING, -FINES] DEFLEA to rid of fleas [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEFOAM to remove foam from [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEFOGS <defog=v> [v] DEFORM to spoil the form of [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEFRAG to eliminate fragmentation in a computer file [v -FRAGGED, -FRAGGING, -FR AGS] DEFRAY to {pay=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEFTER <deft=adj> [adj] DEFTLY <deft=adj> [adv] DEFUEL to remove fuel from [v -FUELED, -FUELING, -FUELS or -FUELLED, -FUELLING, -FUELS] DEFUND to withdraw funding from [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEFUSE to remove the fuse from [v -FUSED, -FUSING, -FUSES] DEFUZE to {defuse=v} [v -FUZED, -FUZING, -FUZES] DEGAGE free and relaxed in manner [adj] DEGAME a tropical tree [n -S] DEGAMI {degame=n} [n -S] DEGERM to remove germs from [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEGREE one of a series of stages [n -S] : DEGREED [adj] DEGUMS <degum=v> [v] DEGUST to taste with pleasure [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEHORN to deprive of horns [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEHORT to try to dissuade [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEICED <deice=v> [v] DEICER one that {deices=v} [n -S] DEICES <deice=v> [v] DEIFIC {godlike=adj} [adj] DEIGNS <deign=v> [v] DEISMS <deism=n> [n] DEISTS <deist=n> [n] DEIXIS the specifying function of some words [n DEIXISES] DEJECT to {depress=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEKARE a measure equal to ten ares [n -S] DEKING <deke=v> [v] DEKKOS <dekko=n> [n] DELATE to {accuse=v} [v -LATED, -LATING, -LATES] DELAYS <delay=v> [v] DELEAD to remove lead from [v -ED, -ING, -S] DELETE to remove written or printed matter [v -LETED, -LETING, -LETES] DELFTS <delft=n> [n] DELICT an offense against civil law [n -S] DELIME to free from lime [v -LIMED, -LIMING, -LIMES] DELISH {delicious=adj} [adj] DELIST to remove from a list [v -ED, -ING, -S] DELTAS <delta=n> [n] DELTIC <delta=n> [adj] DELUDE to mislead the mind or judgment of [v -LUDED, -LUDING, -LUDES] DELUGE to {flood=v} [v -UGED, -UGING, -UGES] DELUXE of special elegance or luxury [adj] DELVED <delve=v> [v] DELVER one that {delves=v} [n -S]

DELVES DEMAND DEMARK DEMAST DEMEAN DEMENT DEMIES DEMISE DEMITS DEMOBS DEMODE DEMOED DEMONS DEMOTE DEMURE DEMURS DENARI DENARS DENARY DENGUE DENIAL DENIED DENIER DENIES DENIMS DENNED DENOTE DENSER DENTAL DENTED DENTIL DENTIN DENUDE DEODAR DEPART DEPEND DEPERM DEPICT DEPLOY DEPONE DEPORT DEPOSE DEPOTS DEPTHS DEPUTE DEPUTY DERAIL DERATE DERATS DERAYS DERIDE DERIVE DERMAL DERMAS DERMIC DERMIS DERRIS DESALT DESAND DESCRY

<delve=v> [v] to ask for with authority [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {delimit=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to strip masts from [v -ED, -ING, -S] to conduct oneself in a particular manner [v -ED, -ING, -S] to make {insane=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <demy=n> [n] to {bequeath=v} [v -MISED, -MISING, -MISES] <demit=v> [v] <demob=v> [v] {demoded=adj} [adj] <demo=v> [v] <demon=n> [n] to lower in rank or grade [v -MOTED, -MOTING, -MOTES] shy and modest [adj -MURER, -MUREST] : DEMURELY [adv] <demur=v> [v] <denar=n> [n] <denar=n> [n] containing ten [adj] a tropical disease [n -S] the act of {denying=v} [n -S] <deny=v> [v] one that {denies=v} [n -S] <deny=v> [v] <denim=n> [n] <den=v> [v] to {indicate=v} [v -NOTED, -NOTING, -NOTES] : DENOTIVE [adj] <dense=adj> [adj] a dentally produced sound [n -S] <dent=v> [v] a small rectangular block [n -S] : DENTILED [adj] the hard substance forming the body of a tooth [n -S] : DENTINAL [adj] to strip of all covering [v -NUDED, -NUDING, -NUDES] an East Indian cedar [n -S] to go away [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {rely=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {demagnetize=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {portray=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to position troops for battle [v -ED, -ING, -S] to testify under oath [v -PONED, -PONING, -PONES] to expel from a country [v -ED, -ING, -S] to remove from office [v -POSED, -POSING, -POSES] <depot=n> [n] <depth=n> [n] to {delegate=v} [v -PUTED, -PUTING, -PUTES] one appointed to act for another [n -TIES] to run off the rails of a track [v -ED, -ING, -S] to lower the rated capability of [v -RATED, -RATING, -RATES] <derat=v> [v] <deray=n> [n] to {ridicule=v} [v -RIDED, -RIDING, -RIDES] to obtain or receive from a source [v -RIVED, -RIVING, -RIVES] <derma=n> [adj] <derma=n> [n] <dermis=n> [adj] {derma=n} [n -MISES] : DERMIC [adj] a climbing plant [n -RISES] to remove the salt from [v -ED, -ING, -S] to remove sand from [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {discern=v} [v -SCRIED, -SCRYING, -SCRIES]

DESERT to {abandon=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DESIGN to conceive and plan out [v -ED, -ING, -S] DESIRE to wish for [v -SIRED, -SIRING, -SIRES] DESIST to cease doing something [v -ED, -ING, -S] DESMAN an aquatic mammal [n -S] DESMID a freshwater alga [n -S] DESORB to remove by the reverse of absorption [v -ED, -ING, -S] DESOXY {deoxy=adj} [adj] DESPOT a {tyrant=n} [n -S] : DESPOTIC [adj] DETACH to unfasten and separate [v -ED, -ING, -ES] DETAIL to report with complete particulars [v -ED, -ING, -S] DETAIN to hold in custody [v -ED, -ING, -S] DETECT to discover or perceive [v -ED, -ING, -S] DETENT a locking or unlocking mechanism [n -S] DETERS <deter=v> [v] DETEST to dislike intensely [v -ED, -ING, -S] DETICK to remove ticks from [v -ED, -ING, -S] DETOUR to take an indirect route [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEUCED <deuce=v> [v] DEUCES <deuce=v> [v] DEVEIN to remove the dorsal vein from [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEVELS <devel=v> [v] DEVEST to {divest=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEVICE something devised or constructed for a specific purpose [n -S] DEVILS <devil=v> [v] DEVISE to form in the mind [v -VISED, -VISING, -VISES] DEVOID completely lacking [adj] DEVOIR an act of civility or respect [n -S] DEVONS <devon=n> [n] DEVOTE to give oneself wholly to [v -VOTED, -VOTING, -VOTES] DEVOUR to eat up voraciously [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEVOUT {pious=adj} [adj -VOUTER, -VOUTEST] : DEVOUTLY [adv] DEWANS <dewan=n> [n] DEWARS <dewar=n> [n] DEWIER <dewy=adj> [adj] DEWILY in a dewy manner [adv] DEWING <dew=v> [v] DEWLAP a fold of loose skin under the neck [n -S] DEWOOL to remove the wool from [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEWORM to rid of worms [v -ED, -ING, -S] DEXIES <dexy=n> [n] DEXTER situated on the right [adj] DEXTRO turning to the right [adj] DEZINC to remove zinc from [v -ZINCKED, -ZINCKING, -ZINCS or -ZINCED, -ZINCING, -ZINCS] DHARMA conformity to Hindu law [n -S] : DHARMIC [adj] DHARNA a form of protest in India [n -S] DHOBIS <dhobi=n> [n] DHOLES <dhole=n> [n] DHOOLY {dooly=n} [n -LIES] DHOORA {durra=n} [n -S] DHOOTI {dhoti=n} [n -S] DHOTIS <dhoti=n> [n] DHURNA {dharna=n} [n -S] DHUTIS <dhuti=n> [n] DIACID a type of {acid=n} [n -S] : DIACIDIC [adj] DIADEM to adorn with a crown [v -ED, -ING, -S] DIALED <dial=v> [v] DIALER one that {dials=v} [n -S] DIALOG to {dialogue=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S]

DIAMIN DIAPER DIAPIR DIATOM DIAZIN DIBBED DIBBER DIBBLE DIBBUK DICAST DICERS DICIER DICING DICKER DICKEY DICKIE DICOTS DICTUM DIDACT DIDDLE DIDDLY DIDIES DIDOES DIEING DIENES DIEOFF DIESEL DIESES DIESIS DIETED DIETER DIFFER DIGAMY DIGEST DIGGED DIGGER DIGHTS DIGITS DIGLOT DIKDIK DIKERS DIKING DIKTAT DILATE DILDOE DILDOS DILLED DILUTE DIMERS DIMITY DIMMED DIMMER DIMOUT DIMPLE DIMPLY DIMWIT DINARS DINDLE DINERO DINERS

{diamine=n} [n -S] to put a diaper (a baby's breechcloth) on [v -ED, -ING, -S] a bend in a layer of rock [n -S] : DIAPIRIC [adj] any of a class of algae [n -S] {diazine=n} [n -S] <dib=v> [v] a planting implement [n -S] to {dib=v} [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] {dybbuk=n} [n -BUKS or -BUKIM] a judge of ancient Athens [n -S] : DICASTIC [adj] <dicer=n> [n] <dicey=adj> [adj] <dice=v> [v] to {bargain=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a blouse front [n -EYS] {dickey=n} [n -S] <dicot=n> [n] an authoritative statement [n -TA or -TUMS] a didactic person [n -S] to {swindle=v} [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] the least amount [n -DLIES] <didy=n> [n] <dido=n> [n] <die=v> [v] <diene=n> [n] a sudden decline in a population [n -S] to continue running after the ignition is turned off [v -ED, -ING, -S] <diesis=n> [n] a reference mark in printing [n DIESES] <diet=v> [v] one that {diets=v} [n -S] to be unlike [v -ED, -ING, -S] a second legal marriage [n -MIES] : DIGAMOUS [adj] to render food usable for the body [v -ED, -ING, -S] <dig=v> [v] one that {digs=v} [n -S] <dight=v> [v] <digit=n> [n] a bilingual book or edition [n -S] a small {antelope=n} [n -S] <diker=n> [n] <dike=v> [v] a harsh settlement imposed on a defeated nation [n -S] to make wider or larger [v -LATED, -LATING, -LATES] {dildo=n} [n -S] <dildo=n> [n] flavored with dill [adj] to thin or reduce the concentration of [v -LUTED, -LUTING, -LUTES] <dimer=n> [n] a cotton fabric [n -TIES] <dim=v> [v] a device for varying the intensity of illumination [n -S] a condition of partial darkness [n -S] to mark with indentations [v -PLED, -PLING, -PLES] dimpled [adj -PLIER, -PLIEST] a {dunce=n} [n -S] <dinar=n> [n] to {tingle=v} [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] a former silver coin of Peru [n -ROS] <diner=n> [n]

DINGED <ding=v> [v] DINGER a home run [n -S] DINGES <dinge=n> [n] DINGEY {dinghy=n} [n -GEYS] DINGHY a small boat [n -GHIES] DINGLE a {dell=n} [n -S] DINGUS a {doodad=n} [n -ES] DINING <dine=v> [v] DINKED <dink=v> [v] DINKEY a small {locomotive=n} [n -KEYS] DINKLY {neatly=adv} [adv] DINKUM the {truth=n} [n -S] DINNED <din=v> [v] DINNER the main meal of the day [n -S] DINTED <dint=v> [v] DIOBOL a coin of ancient Greece [n -S] DIODES <diode=n> [n] DIOECY {dioecism=n} [n DIOECIES] DIOXAN {dioxane=n} [n -S] DIOXID {dioxide=n} [n -S] DIOXIN a toxic solid hydrocarbon [n -S] DIPLEX pertaining to the simultaneous transmission or reception of two radio sig nals [adj] DIPLOE a bony tissue of the cranium [n -S] : DIPLOIC [adj] DIPNET to scoop fish with a type of net [v -NETTED, -NETTING, -NETS] DIPODY a {dimeter=n} [n -DIES] : DIPODIC [adj] DIPOLE a pair of equal and opposite electric charges [n -S] : DIPOLAR [adj] DIPPED <dip=v> [v] DIPPER one that {dips=v} [n -S] DIPSAS a fabled serpent [n DIPSADES] DIPSOS <dipso=n> [n] DIQUAT an {herbicide=n} [n -S] DIRAMS <diram=n> [n] DIRDUM blame [n -S] DIRECT {straightforward=adj} [adj -RECTER, -RECTEST] : DIRECTLY [adv] / to contr ol or conduct the affairs of [v -ED, -ING, -S] DIRELY in a dire manner [adv] DIREST <dire=adj> [adj] DIRGES <dirge=n> [n] DIRHAM a monetary unit of Morocco [n -S] DIRKED <dirk=v> [v] DIRLED <dirl=v> [v] DIRNDL a woman's dress [n -S] DISARM to deprive of weapons [v -ED, -ING, -S] DISBAR to expel from the legal profession [v -BARRED, -BARRING, -BARS] DISBUD to remove buds from [v -BUDDED, -BUDDING, -BUDS] DISCED <disc=v> [v] DISCOS <disco=v> [v] DISCUS a disk hurled in athletic competition [n -CUSES or -CI] DISEUR a skilled reciter [n -S] DISHED <dish=v> [v] DISHES <dish=v> [v] DISKED <disk=v> [v] DISMAL cheerless and depressing [adj -MALER, -MALEST] : DISMALLY [adv] / a track of swampy land [n -S] DISMAY to deprive of courage or resolution [v -ED, -ING, -S] DISMES <disme=n> [n] DISOWN to deny the ownership of [v -ED, -ING, -S] DISPEL to drive off in various directions [v -PELLED, -PELLING, -PELS] DISSED <dis=v> [v]

DISSES DISTAL DISTIL DISUSE DITHER DITTOS DITZES DIURON DIVANS DIVERS DIVERT DIVEST DIVIDE DIVINE [adv] DIVING DIVOTS DIWANS DIXITS DIZENS DJEBEL DJINNI DJINNS DJINNY DOABLE DOATED DOBBER DOBBIN DOBIES DOBLAS DOBLON DOBRAS DOBROS DOBSON DOCENT DOCILE DOCKED DOCKER DOCKET DOCTOR DODDER DODGED DODGEM DODGER DODGES DODOES DOFFED DOFFER DOGDOM DOGEAR DOGEYS DOGGED DOGGER DOGGIE DOGIES DOGLEG DOGMAS DOGNAP DOILED DOINGS

<dis=v> [v] located far from the point of origin [adj] : DISTALLY [adv] to {distill=v} [v -TILLED, -TILLING, -TILS] to stop using [v -USED, -USING, -USES] to act nervously or indecisively [v -ED, -ING, -S] <ditto=v> [v] <ditz=n> [n] an {herbicide=n} [n -S] <divan=n> [n] <diver=n> [n] to turn aside [v -ED, -ING, -S] to strip or deprive of anything [v -ED, -ING, -S] to separate into parts, areas, or groups [v -VIDED, -VIDING, -VIDES] pertaining to or characteristic of a god [adj -VINER, -VINEST] : DIVINELY / to foretell by occult means [v -VINED, -VINING, -VINES] <dive=v> [v] <divot=n> [n] <diwan=n> [n] <dixit=n> [n] <dizen=v> [v] {jebel=n} [n -S] {jinni=n} [n DJINN] <djinn=n> [n] {jinni=n} [n DJINN] able to be done [adj] <doat=v> [v] a float for a fishing line [n -S] a farm horse [n -S] <dobie=n> [n] <dobla=n> [n] a former gold coin of Spain and Spanish America [n -S or -ES] <dobra=n> [n] <dobro=n> [n] an aquatic insect larva [n -S] a college or university lecturer [n -S] easily trained [adj] : DOCILELY [adv] <dock=v> [v] a dock worker [n -S] to supply with an identifying statement [v -ED, -ING, -S] to treat medically [v -ED, -ING, -S] : DOCTORLY [adj] to {totter=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <dodge=v> [v] an amusement park ride [n -S] one that {dodges=v} [n -S] <dodge=v> [v] <dodo=n> [n] <doff=v> [v] one that {doffs=v} [n -S] the world of dogs [n -S] to turn down a corner of a page [v -ED, -ING, -S] <dogey=n> [n] <dog=v> [v] a fishing vessel [n -S] {doggy=n} [n -S] <dogy=n> [n] to move along a bent course [v -LEGGED, -LEGGING, -LEGS] <dogma=n> [n] to steal a dog [v -NAPED, -NAPING, -NAPS or -NAPPED, -NAPPING, -NAPS] dazed [adj] <doing=n> [n]

DOITED DOLING DOLLAR DOLLED DOLLOP DOLMAN DOLMAS DOLMEN DOLORS DOLOUR DOMAIN DOMINE DOMING DOMINO DONATE DONEES DONGAS DONGLE DONJON DONKEY DONNAS DONNED DONNEE DONORS DONSIE DONUTS DONZEL DOOBIE DOODAD DOODLE DOODOO DOOFUS DOOLEE DOOLIE DOOMED DOOWOP DOOZER DOOZIE DOPANT DOPERS DOPIER DOPILY DOPING DORADO DORBUG DORIES DORMER DORMIE DORMIN DORPER DORSAD DORSAL DORSEL DORSER DORSUM DOSAGE DOSERS DOSING DOSSAL DOSSED

old and feeble [adj] <dole=v> [v] a monetary unit of the United States [n -S] <doll=v> [v] to dispense in small amounts [v -ED, -ING, -S] a Turkish robe [n -S] <dolma=n> [n] a prehistoric monument [n -S] : DOLMENIC [adj] <dolor=n> [n] {dolor=n} [n -S] an area of control [n -S] master [n -S] <dome=v> [v] a small mask [n -NOES or -NOS] to {contribute=v} [v -NATED, -NATING, -NATES] <donee=n> [n] <donga=n> [n] a device for a computer [n -S] the main tower of a castle [n -S] the domestic ass [n -KEYS] <donna=n> [n] <don=v> [v] the set of assumptions upon which a story proceeds [n -S] <donor=n> [n] {unlucky=adj} [adj] <donut=n> [n] a young squire [n -S] a marijuana cigarette [n -S] an article whose name is unknown or forgotten [n -S] to draw or scribble aimlessly [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] {feces=n} [n -DOOS] a stupid or foolish person [n -ES] a stretcher for the sick or wounded [n -S] {doolee=n} [n -S] <doom=v> [v] a singing style [n -S] an extraordinary one of its kind [n -S] {doozy=n} [n -S] an impurity added to a pure substance [n -S] <doper=n> [n] <dopy=adj> [adj] <dopey=adj> [adv] the use of drugs by athletes [n -S] a marine fish [n -DOS] a {dor=n} [n -S] <dory=n> [n] a type of window [n -S] : DORMERED [adj] being ahead by as many holes in golf as remain to be played [adj] a plant hormone [n -S] one of a breed of mutton-producing sheep [n -S] {dorsally=adv} [adv] a dorsally located anatomical part [n -S] a {dossal=n} [n -S] {dosser=n} [n -S] the back [n -SA] the amount of medicine to be given [n -S] <doser=n> [n] <dose=v> [v] an ornamental cloth hung behind an altar [n -S] <doss=v> [v]

DOSSEL DOSSER DOSSES DOSSIL DOTAGE DOTARD DOTERS DOTIER DOTING DOTTED DOTTEL DOTTER DOTTLE DOUBLE DOUBLY DOUBTS DOUCHE DOUGHS DOUGHT DOUGHY DOULAS DOUMAS DOURAH DOURAS DOURER DOURLY DOUSED DOUSER DOUSES DOVENS DOVISH DOWELS DOWERS DOWERY DOWING DOWNED DOWNER DOWSED DOWSER DOWSES DOXIES DOYENS DOYLEY DOZENS DOZERS DOZIER DOZILY DOZING DRABLY DRACHM DRAFFS DRAFFY DRAFTS DRAFTY [adv] DRAGEE DRAGGY DRAGON DRAILS DRAINS

{dossal=n} [n -S] a basket carried on the back [n -S] <doss=v> [v] a cloth roll for wiping ink [n -S] a state of senility [n -S] a senile person [n -S] : DOTARDLY [adj] <doter=n> [n] <doty=adj> [adj] <dote=v> [v] <dot=v> [v] {dottle=n} [n -S] one that {dots=v} [n -S] a mass of half-burnt pipe tobacco [n -S] to make twice as great [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] to twice the degree [adv] <doubt=v> [v] to cleanse with a jet of water [v DOUCHED, DOUCHING, DOUCHES] <dough=n> [n] <dow=v> [v] resembling {dough=n} [adj DOUGHIER, DOUGHIEST] <doula=n> [n] <douma=n> [n] {durra=n} [n -S] <doura=n> [n] <dour=adj> [adj] in a dour manner [adv] <douse=v> [v] one that {douses=v} [n -S] <douse=v> [v] <doven=v> [v] not warlike [adj] <dowel=v> [v] <dower=v> [v] {dowry=n} [n -ERIES] <dow=v> [v] <down=v> [v] a depressant drug [n -S] <dowse=v> [v] one that {dowses=v} [n -S] <dowse=v> [v] <doxy=n> [n] <doyen=n> [n] {doily=n} [n -LEYS] <dozen=v> [v] <dozer=n> [n] <dozy=adj> [adj] in a dozy manner [adv] <doze=v> [v] in a drab manner [adv] a unit of weight [n -S] <draff=n> [n] {worthless=adj} [adj DRAFFIER, DRAFFIEST] <draft=v> [v] having or exposed to currents of air [adj DRAFTIER, DRAFTIEST] : DRAFTILY a sugarcoated candy [n -S] {sluggish=adj} [adj -GIER, -GIEST] a mythical, serpentlike monster [n -S] <drail=n> [n] <drain=v> [v]

DRAKES <drake=n> [n] DRAMAS <drama=n> [n] DRAPED <drape=v> [v] DRAPER a dealer in cloth [n -S] DRAPES <drape=v> [v] DRAPEY characterized by graceful folds [adj] DRAWEE the person on whom a bill of exchange is drawn [n -S] DRAWER one that {draws=v} [n -S] DRAWLS <drawl=v> [v] DRAWLY marked by drawling [adj DRAWLIER, DRAWLIEST] DRAYED <dray=v> [v] DREADS <dread=v> [v] DREAMS <dream=v> [v] DREAMT <dream=v> [v] DREAMY full of dreams [adj DREAMIER, DREAMIEST] : DREAMILY [adv] DREARS <drear=n> [n] DREARY {dismal=adj} [adj DREARIER, DREARIEST] : DREARILY [adv] / a dismal person [n DREARIES] DRECKS <dreck=n> [n] DRECKY <dreck=n> [adj] DREDGE to clear with a dredge (a machine for scooping mud) [v DREDGED, DREDGING, DREDGES] DREGGY full of dregs [adj -GIER, -GIEST] DREICH {dreary=adj} [adj] DREIDL {dreidel=n} [n -S] DREIGH {dreich=adj} [adj] DRENCH to wet thoroughly [v -ED, -ING, -ES] DRESSY {stylish=adj} [adj DRESSIER, DRESSIEST] : DRESSILY [adv] DRIEGH {dreary=adj} [adj] DRIERS <drier=n> [n] DRIEST <dry=adj> [adj] DRIFTS <drift=v> [v] DRIFTY full of drifts (masses of wind-driven snow) [adj DRIFTIER, DRIFTIEST] DRILLS <drill=v> [v] DRINKS <drink=v> [v] DRIPPY very wet [adj -PIER, -PIEST] : DRIPPILY [adv] DRIVEL to let saliva flow from the mouth [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLI NG, -ELS] DRIVEN <drive=v> [v] DRIVER one that {drives=v} [n -S] DRIVES <drive=v> [v] DROGUE a sea anchor [n -S] DROIDS <droid=n> [n] DROITS <droit=n> [n] DROLLS <droll=v> [v] DROLLY in a droll manner [adv] DROMON {dromond=n} [n -S] DRONED <drone=v> [v] DRONER one that {drones=v} [n -S] DRONES <drone=v> [v] DRONGO a tropical bird [n -GOS] DROOLS <drool=v> [v] DROOLY drooling [adj DROOLIER, DROOLIEST] DROOPS <droop=v> [v] DROOPY drooping [adj DROOPIER, DROOPIEST] : DROOPILY [adv] DROPSY an excessive accumulation of serous fluid [n -SIES] : DROPSIED [adj] DROSKY {droshky=n} [n -KIES] DROSSY {worthless=adj} [adj DROSSIER, DROSSIEST] DROUKS <drouk=v> [v] DROUTH {drought=n} [n -S]

DROVED DROVER DROVES DROWND DROWNS DROWSE DROWSY DRUDGE DRUGGY DRUIDS DRUMLY DRUNKS DRUPES DRUSES DRYADS DRYERS DRYEST DRYING DRYISH DRYLOT DUALLY DUBBED DUBBER DUBBIN DUCATS DUCKED DUCKER DUCKIE DUCTAL DUCTED DUDDIE DUDEEN DUDING DUDISH DUELED DUELER DUELLI DUELLO DUENDE DUENNA DUETED DUFFEL DUFFER DUFFLE DUGONG DUGOUT DUIKER DUKING DULCET DULIAS DULLED DULLER DULSES DUMBED DUMBER DUMBLY DUMBOS DUMDUM DUMPED DUMPER

<drove=v> [v] a driver of cattle or sheep [n -S] <drove=v> [v] to {drown=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <drown=v> [v] to {doze=v} [v DROWSED, DROWSING, DROWSES] {sleepy=adj} [adj DROWSIER, DROWSIEST] : DROWSILY [adv] to do hard, menial, or tedious work [v DRUDGED, DRUDGING, DRUDGES] affected by drugs [adj -GIER, -GIEST] <druid=n> [n] dark and gloomy [adj -LIER, -LIEST] <drunk=n> [n] <drupe=n> [n] <druse=n> [n] <dryad=n> [n] <dryer=n> [n] <dry=adj> [adj] <dry=v> [v] somewhat dry [adj] an enclosure for livestock [n -S] in two ways [adv] <dub=v> [v] one that {dubs=v} [n -S] material for softening and waterproofing leather [n -S] <ducat=n> [n] <duck=v> [v] one that {ducks=v} [n -S] {ducky=adj} [adj] made up of ducts [adj] <duct=v> [v] {ragged=adj} [adj] a short tobacco pipe [n -S] <dude=v> [v] resembling a dude (a dandy) [adj] <duel=v> [v] one that {duels=v} [n -S] <duello=n> [n] the art of dueling; a duel [n -LOS or -LI] {charisma=n} [n -S] a {governess=n} [n -S] <duet=v> [v] a coarse woolen fabric [n -S] a clumsy person [n -S] {duffel=n} [n -S] an aquatic mammal [n -S] a canoe made by hollowing out a log [n -S] a small {antelope=n} [n -S] <duke=v> [v] a soft-toned organ stop [n -S] <dulia=n> [n] <dull=v> [v] <dull=adj> [adj] <dulse=n> [n] <dumb=v> [v] <dumb=adj> [adj] <dumb=adj> [adv] <dumbo=n> [n] a type of bullet [n -S] <dump=v> [v] one that {dumps=v} [n -S]

DUNAMS DUNCES DUNGED DUNITE DUNKED DUNKER DUNLIN DUNNED DUNNER DUNTED DUOLOG DUOMOS DUPERS DUPERY DUPING DUPLEX DUPPED DURBAR DURESS DURIAN DURING DURION DURNED DUROCS DURRAS DURRIE DURUMS DUSKED DUSTED DUSTER DUSTUP DUTIES DUVETS DWARFS DWEEBS DWEEBY DWELLS DWINED DWINES DYABLE DYADIC DYBBUK DYEING DYINGS DYKING DYNAMO DYNAST DYNEIN DYNELS DYNODE DYVOUR EAGERS EAGLED EAGLES EAGLET EAGRES EARBUD EARFUL EARING EARLAP

<dunam=n> [n] <dunce=n> [n] <dung=v> [v] an igneous rock [n -S] : DUNITIC [adj] <dunk=v> [v] one that {dunks=v} [n -S] a wading bird [n -S] <dun=v> [v] <dun=adj> [adj] <dunt=v> [v] {duologue=n} [n -S] <duomo=n> [n] <duper=n> [n] the act of {duping=v} [n -ERIES] <dupe=v> [v] to make {duple=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <dup=v> [v] the court of a native ruler in India [n -S] compulsion by threat [n -ES] an East Indian tree [n -S] throughout the duration of [prep] {durian=n} [n -S] {damned=adj} [adj DURNEDER, DURNEDEST or DURNDEST] <duroc=n> [n] <durra=n> [n] {dhurrie=n} [n -S] <durum=n> [n] <dusk=v> [v] <dust=v> [v] one that {dusts=v} [n -S] an {argument=n} [n -S] <duty=n> [n] <duvet=n> [n] <dwarf=n> [n] <dweeb=n> [n] socially inept [adj DWEEBIER, DWEEBIEST] <dwell=v> [v] <dwine=v> [v] <dwine=v> [v] {dyeable=adj} [adj] a sum of mathematical dyads [n -S] a wandering soul in Jewish folklore [n -BUKS or -BUKIM] something colored with a dye [n -S] <dying=n> [n] <dyke=v> [v] a {generator=n} [n -MOS] a {ruler=n} [n -S] an enzyme involved in cell movement [n -S] <dynel=n> [n] a type of {electrode=n} [n -S] one who is bankrupt [n -S] <eager=n> [n] <eagle=v> [v] <eagle=v> [v] a young eagle [n -S] <eagre=n> [n] a small {earphone=n} [n -S] a flow of information [n -S] a line on a ship [n -S] an {earflap=n} [n -S]

EARNED EARNER EARTHS EARTHY EARWAX EARWIG EASELS EASIER EASIES EASILY EASING EASTER EATERS EATERY EATING EBBETS EBBING EBOOKS ECARTE ECESIC ECESIS ECESIC ECHARD ECHING ECHINI ECHOED ECHOER ECHOES ECHOEY ECHOIC ECLAIR ECLATS ECTYPE ECZEMA EDDIED EDDIES EDDOES EDEMAS EDENIC EDGERS EDGIER EDGILY EDGING EDIBLE EDICTS EDILES EDITED EDITOR EDUCED EDUCES EDUCTS EELIER EERIER EERILY EFFACE EFFECT EFFETE EFFIGY EFFLUX EFFORT

<earn=v> [v] one that {earns=v} [n -S] <earth=v> [v] composed of, resembling, or suggestive of earth [adj EARTHIER, EARTHIEST] {cerumen=n} [n -ES] to insinuate against in secret [v -WIGGED, -WIGGING, -WIGS] <easel=n> [n] <easy=adj> [adj] <easy=n> [n] without difficulty [adv] <ease=v> [v] a wind or storm from the east [n -S] <eater=n> [n] a {lunchroom=n} [n -ERIES] the act of consuming food [n -S] <ebbet=n> [n] <ebb=v> [v] <ebook=n> [n] a card game [n -S] <ecesis=n> [adj] the establishment of a plant or animal in a new environment [n -SISES] : [adj] the water in the soil not available to plants [n -S] <eche=v> [v] <echinus=n> [n] <echo=v> [v] one that echoes [n -S] <echo=n> [n] full of echoes [adj] resembling an {echo=n} [adj] a type of {pastry=n} [n -S] <eclat=n> [n] a copy [n -S] : ECTYPAL [adj] a skin disease [n -S] <eddy=v> [v] <eddy=v> [v] <eddo=n> [n] <edema=n> [n] pertaining to a {paradise=n} [adj] <edger=n> [n] <edgy=adj> [adj] in an edgy manner [adv] something that forms or serves as an edge [n -S] something fit to be eaten [n -S] <edict=n> [n] <edile=n> [n] <edit=v> [v] one that {edits=v} [n -S] <educe=v> [v] <educe=v> [v] <educt=n> [n] <eely=adj> [adj] <eery=adj> [adj] <eerie=adj> [adv] to rub or wipe out [v -FACED, -FACING, -FACES] to bring about [v -ED, -ING, -S] exhausted of vigor or energy [adj] : EFFETELY [adv] a likeness or representation [n -GIES] an outflow [n -ES] a deliberate exertion [n -S]

EFFUSE EGESTA EGESTS EGGARS EGGCUP EGGERS EGGING EGGNOG EGISES EGOISM EGOIST EGRESS EGRETS EIDERS EIDOLA EIGHTH EIGHTS EIGHTY EIKONS EITHER EJECTA EJECTS EKUELE ELAINS ELANDS ELAPID ELAPSE ELATED ELATER ELATES ELBOWS ELDERS ELDEST ELECTS ELEGIT ELEMIS ELEVEN ELEVON ELFINS ELFISH ELICIT ELIDED ELIDES ELINTS ELITES ELIXIR ELMIER ELODEA ELOIGN ELOINS ELOPED ELOPER ELOPES ELUANT ELUATE ELUDED ELUDER ELUDES ELUENT ELUTED

to pour forth [v -FUSED, -FUSING, -FUSES] egested matter [n] <egest=v> [v] <eggar=n> [n] a cup from which an egg is eaten [n -S] <egger=n> [n] <egg=v> [v] a {beverage=n} [n -S] <egis=n> [n] extreme devotion to self-interest [n -S] one who practices {egoism=n} [n -S] : EGOISTIC [adj] to go out [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <egret=n> [n] <eider=n> [n] <eidolon=n> [n] one of eight equal parts [n -S] <eight=n> [n] a number [n EIGHTIES] <eikon=n> [n] being one or the other [adj] ejected material [n] <eject=v> [v] {ekpwele=n} [n EKUELE] <elain=n> [n] <eland=n> [n] a venomous snake [n -S] to pass away [v ELAPSED, ELAPSING, ELAPSES] <elate=v> [v] a click beetle [n -S] <elate=v> [v] <elbow=v> [v] <elder=n> [n] {oldest=adj} [adj] <elect=v> [v] a type of judicial writ [n -S] <elemi=n> [n] a number [n -S] a type of airplane control surface [n -S] <elfin=n> [n] resembling an {elf=n} [adj] : ELFISHLY [adv] to {educe=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <elide=v> [v] <elide=v> [v] <elint=n> [n] <elite=n> [n] a medicinal beverage [n -S] <elmy=adj> [adj] an aquatic herb [n -S] to remove to a distant place [v -ED, -ING, -S] <eloin=v> [v] <elope=v> [v] one that {elopes=v} [n -S] <elope=v> [v] a {solvent=n} [n -S] the material obtained by eluting [n -S] <elude=v> [v] one that {eludes=v} [n -S] <elude=v> [v] {eluant=n} [n -S] <elute=v> [v]

ELUTES ELUVIA ELVERS ELVISH ELYTRA EMAILS EMBALM EMBANK EMBARK EMBARS EMBAYS EMBEDS EMBERS EMBLEM EMBODY EMBOLI EMBOLY EMBOSK EMBOSS EMBOWS EMBRUE EMBRYO EMCEED EMCEES EMDASH EMEERS EMENDS EMERGE EMEROD EMESES EMESIS EMETIC EMETIN EMEUTE EMIGRE EMMERS EMMETS EMODIN EMOTED EMOTER EMOTES EMPALE EMPERY EMPIRE EMPLOY EMYDES ENABLE ENACTS ENAMEL LLING, ENAMOR ENATES ENATIC ENCAGE ENCAMP ENCASE ENCASH ENCINA ENCODE ENCORE

<elute=v> [v] <eluvium=n> [n] <elver=n> [n] {elfish=adj} [adj] : ELVISHLY [adv] <elytrum=n> [n] <email=v> [v] to treat so as to protect from decay [v -ED, -ING, -S] to confine or protect with a raised structure [v -ED, -ING, -S] to make a start [v -ED, -ING, -S] <embar=v> [v] <embay=v> [v] <embed=v> [v] <ember=n> [n] to represent with an emblem (a graphical symbol) [v -ED, -ING, -S] to provide with a body [v -BODIED, -BODYING, -BODIES] <embolus=n> [n] a phase of embryonic growth [n -LIES] to conceal with foliage [v -ED, -ING, -S] to decorate with raised designs [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <embow=v> [v] to {imbrue=v} [v -BRUED, -BRUING, -BRUES] an organism in its early stages of development [n -BRYOS] <emcee=v> [v] <emcee=v> [v] a mark in writing that indicates a break in thought or structure [n -ES] <emeer=n> [n] <emend=v> [v] to come out into view [v EMERGED, EMERGING, EMERGES] a {tumor=n} [n -S] <emesis=n> [n] the act of {vomiting=v} [n EMESES] a substance which induces vomiting [n -S] {emetine=n} [n -S] a riot [n -S] an {emigrant=n} [n -S] <emmer=n> [n] <emmet=n> [n] a chemical compound [n -S] <emote=v> [v] one that {emotes=v} [n -S] <emote=v> [v] to {impale=v} [v -PALED, -PALING, -PALES] absolute dominion [n -PERIES] a major political unit [n -S] to {hire=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <emyde=n> [n] to make {possible=adj} [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] <enact=v> [v] to cover with a hard, glossy surface [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -E -ELS] to inspire with love [v -ED, -ING, -S] <enate=n> [n] <enate=n> [adj] to confine in a cage [v -CAGED, -CAGING, -CAGES] to set up a camp [v -ED, -ING, -S] to enclose in a case [v -CASED, -CASING, -CASES] to {cash=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] an evergreen oak [n -S] : ENCINAL [adj] to put into code [v -CODED, -CODING, -CODES] to call for the reappearance of a performer [v -CORED, -CORING, -CORES]

ENCYST ENDASH ENDEAR ENDERS ENDING ENDITE ENDIVE ENDOWS ENDRIN ENDUED ENDUES ENDURE ENDURO ENEMAS ENERGY ENFACE ENFOLD ENGAGE ENGILD ENGINE ENGIRD ENGIRT ENGLUT ENGRAM ENGULF ENHALO ENIGMA ENISLE ENJOIN ENJOYS ENLACE ENLIST ENMESH ENMITY ENNEAD ENNUIS ENNUYE ENOKIS ENOLIC ENOSIS ENOUGH ENRAGE ENRAPT ENRICH ENROBE ENROLL ENROLS ENROOT ENSERF ENSIGN ENSILE ENSOUL ENSUED ENSUES ENSURE ENTAIL -S] ENTERA ENTERS ENTICE

to enclose in a cyst [v -ED, -ING, -S] a mark in writing used to connect elements of a compound [n -ES] to make dear or beloved [v -ED, -ING, -S] <ender=n> [n] a {termination=n} [n -S] to {indite=v} [v -DITED, -DITING, -DITES] an herb cultivated as a salad plant [n -S] <endow=v> [v] an {insecticide=n} [n -S] <endue=v> [v] <endue=v> [v] to {last=v} [v -DURED, -DURING, -DURES] a long race [n -DUROS] <enema=n> [n] the capacity for vigorous activity [n -GIES] to write on the front of [v -FACED, -FACING, -FACES] to {envelop=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {employ=v} [v -GAGED, -GAGING, -GAGES] to {brighten=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to equip with machinery [v -GINED, -GINING, -GINES] to {gird=v} [v -GIRT or -GIRDED, -GIRDING, -GIRDS] <engird=v> [v] to gulp down [v -GLUTTED, -GLUTTING, -GLUTS] the durable mark caused by a stimulus upon protoplasm [n -S] to surround completely [v -ED, -ING, -S] to surround with a halo [v -ED, -ING, -ES or -S] something that is hard to understand or explain [n -MAS or -MATA] to {isolate=v} [v -ISLED, -ISLING, -ISLES] to {command=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <enjoy=v> [v] to bind with laces [v -LACED, -LACING, -LACES] to engage for military service [v -ED, -ING, -S] to ensnare or entangle in a net [v -ED, -ING, -ES] {hostility=n} [n -TIES] a group of nine [n -S] : ENNEADIC [adj] <ennui=n> [n] oppressed with ennui [adj] <enoki=n> [n] <enol=n> [adj] {union=n} [n -SISES] a sufficient supply [n -S] to make very angry [v -RAGED, -RAGING, -RAGES] {rapt=adj} [adj] to add desirable elements to [v -ED, -ING, -ES] to {dress=v} [v -ROBED, -ROBING, -ROBES] to enter the name of in a register, record, or roll [v -ED, -ING, -S] <enrol=v> [v] to {implant=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to make a serf of [v -ED, -ING, -S] a navy officer [n -S] to store in a silo [v -SILED, -SILING, -SILES] to endow with a soul [v -ED, -ING, -S] <ensue=v> [v] <ensue=v> [v] to make {certain=adj} [v -SURED, -SURING, -SURES] to restrict the inheritance of to a specified line of heirs [v -ED, -ING, <enteron=n> [n] <enter=v> [v] to {allure=v} [v -TICED, -TICING, -TICES]

ENTIRE ENTITY ENTOIL ENTOMB ENTRAP ENTREE ENURED ENURES ENVIED ENVIER ENVIES ENVIRO ENVOIS ENVOYS ENWIND ENWOMB ENWRAP ENZYME ENZYMS EOCENE EOLIAN EOLITH EONIAN EONISM EOSINE EOSINS EPACTS EPARCH EPHAHS EPHEBE EPHEBI EPHODS EPHORI EPHORS EPICAL EPIGON EPILOG EPIMER EPIZOA EPOCHS EPODES EPONYM EPOPEE EPOSES EQUALS EQUATE EQUIDS EQUINE EQUIPS EQUITY ERASED ERASER ERASES ERBIUM ERECTS ERENOW ERGATE ERGOTS ERICAS ERINGO

the whole of something [n -S] something that has a real existence [n -TIES] to {entrap=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to place in a tomb [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {trap=v} [v -TRAPPED, -TRAPPING, -TRAPS] the principal dish of a meal [n -S] <enure=v> [v] <enure=v> [v] <envy=v> [v] one that {envies=v} [n -S] <envy=v> [v] an advocate for the preservation of the natural environment [n -ROS] <envoi=n> [n] <envoy=n> [n] to wind around [v -WOUND, -WINDING, -WINDS] to enclose as if in a womb [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {envelop=v} [v -WRAPPED, -WRAPPING, -WRAPS] a complex protein [n -S] : ENZYMIC [adj] <enzym=n> [n] of or pertaining to a certain geologic time period [adj] pertaining to the wind [adj] a prehistoric stone tool [n -S] : EOLITHIC [adj] everlasting [adj] adoption of the dress and mannerisms of the opposite sex [n -S] {eosin=n} [n -S] <eosin=n> [n] <epact=n> [n] the head of an eparchy [n -S] <ephah=n> [n] {ephebus=n} [n -S] : EPHEBIC [adj] <ephebus=n> [n] <ephod=n> [n] <ephor=n> [n] <ephor=n> [n] <epic=n> [adj] {epigone=n} [n -S] a concluding section [n -S] a type of sugar compound [n -S] : EPIMERIC [adj] <epizoon=n> [n] <epoch=n> [n] <epode=n> [n] the person for whom something is named [n -S] : EPONYMIC [adj] an epic poem [n -S] <epos=n> [n] <equal=v> [v] to make {equal=adj} [v EQUATED, EQUATING, EQUATES] <equid=n> [n] a horse [n -S] <equip=v> [v] fairness or impartiality [n -TIES] <erase=v> [v] one that {erases=v} [n -S] <erase=v> [v] a metallic element [n -S] <erect=v> [v] before this time [adv] a worker ant [n -S] <ergot=n> [n] <erica=n> [n] {eryngo=n} [n -GOES or -GOS]

ERMINE ERODED ERODES EROSES EROTIC ERRAND ERRANT ERRATA ERRING ERRORS ERSATZ ERUCTS ERUGOS ERUPTS ERVILS ERYNGO ESCAPE ESCARP ESCARS ESCHAR ESCHEW ESCORT ESCOTS ESCROW ESCUDO ESKARS ESKERS ESPIAL ESPIED ESPIES ESPRIT ESSAYS ESSOIN ESTATE ESTEEM ESTERS ESTOPS ESTRAL ESTRAY ESTRIN ESTRUM ESTRUS ETALON ETAMIN ETAPES ETCHED ETCHER ETCHES ETERNE ETHANE ETHENE ETHERS ETHICS ETHION ETHNIC ETHNOS ETHOXY ETHYLS ETHYNE ETOILE

the fur of certain weasels [n -S] : ERMINED [adj] <erode=v> [v] <erode=v> [v] <eros=n> [n] an amatory poem [n -S] : EROTICAL [adj] a short trip made for a particular purpose [n -S] a {wanderer=n} [n -S] a list of printing errors [n -S] <err=v> [v] <error=n> [n] a substitute [n -ES] <eruct=v> [v] <erugo=n> [n] <erupt=v> [v] <ervil=n> [n] a medicinal herb [n -GOES or -GOS] to get away [v -CAPED, -CAPING, -CAPES] to cause to slope steeply [v -ED, -ING, -S] <escar=n> [n] a hard, dry scab [n -S] to {avoid=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {accompany=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <escot=v> [v] to place in the custody of a third party [v -ED, -ING, -S] a monetary unit of Portugal [n -DOS] <eskar=n> [n] <esker=n> [n] the act of {espying=v} [n -S] <espy=v> [v] <espy=v> [v] spirit [n -S] <essay=v> [v] an excuse [n -S] to provide with landed property [v -TATED, -TATING, -TATES] to have a high opinion of [v -ED, -ING, -S] <ester=n> [n] <estop=v> [v] {estrous=adj} [adj] to {stray=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] {estrone=n} [n -S] {estrus=n} [n -S] the period of heat in female mammals [n -ES] an optical instrument [n -S] {etamine=n} [n -S] <etape=n> [n] <etch=v> [v] one that {etches=v} [n -S] <etch=v> [v] everlasting [adj] a gaseous hydrocarbon [n -S] {ethylene=n} [n -S] <ether=n> [n] <ethic=n> [n] a {pesticide=n} [n -S] a member of a particular ethnos [n -S] : ETHNICAL [adj] a group of people who share a common and distinctive culture [n -ES] {ethoxyl=n} [n -OXIES] <ethyl=n> [n] a flammable gas [n -S] a star [n -S]

ETUDES <etude=n> [n] ETWEES <etwee=n> [n] ETYMON the earliest known form of a word [n -MA or -MONS] EUCHRE to prevent from winning three tricks in euchre (a card game) [v -CHRED, CHRING, -CHRES] EULOGY a formal expression of high praise [n -GIES] EUNUCH a castrated man [n -S] EUPNEA normal breathing [n -S] : EUPNEIC [adj] EUREKA used to express triumph upon discovering something [interj] EURIPI <euripus=n> [n] EUROKY the ability of an organism to live under variable conditions [n -KIES] : EUROKOUS [adj] EUTAXY good order [n -TAXIES] EVADED <evade=v> [v] EVADER one that {evades=v} [n -S] EVADES <evade=v> [v] EVENED <even=v> [v] EVENER one that {evens=v} [n -S] EVENLY in an even manner [adv] EVENTS <event=n> [n] EVERTS <evert=v> [v] EVICTS <evict=v> [v] EVILER <evil=adj> [adj] EVILLY in an evil manner [adv] EVINCE to show clearly [v EVINCED, EVINCING, EVINCES] : EVINCIVE [adj] EVITED <evite=v> [v] EVITES <evite=v> [v] EVOKED <evoke=v> [v] EVOKER an {evocator=n} [n -S] EVOKES <evoke=v> [v] EVOLVE to {develop=v} [v EVOLVED, EVOLVING, EVOLVES] EVULSE to extract forcibly [v EVULSED, EVULSING, EVULSES] EVZONE a Greek soldier [n -S] EXACTA a type of horse racing bet [n -S] EXACTS <exact=v> [v] EXALTS <exalt=v> [v] EXAMEN a critical study [n -S] EXARCH the ruler of a province in the Byzantine Empire [n -S] : EXARCHAL [adj] EXCEED to go beyond [v -ED, -ING, -S] EXCELS <excel=v> [v] EXCEPT to leave out [v -ED, -ING, -S] EXCESS to eliminate the position of [v -ED, -ING, -ES] EXCIDE to {excise=v} [v -CIDED, -CIDING, -CIDES] EXCISE to remove by cutting out [v -CISED, -CISING, -CISES] EXCITE to arouse the emotions of [v -CITED, -CITING, -CITES] EXCUSE to apologize for [v -CUSED, -CUSING, -CUSES] EXEDRA a curved outdoor bench [n -DRAE] EXEMPT to free from an obligation required of others [v -ED, -ING, -S] EXEQUY a funeral procession [n -QUIES] : EXEQUIAL [adj] EXERTS <exert=v> [v] EXEUNT they leave the stage -- used as a stage direction [v] EXHALE to expel air or vapor [v -HALED, -HALING, -HALES] EXHORT to advise urgently [v -ED, -ING, -S] EXHUME to dig out of the earth [v -HUMED, -HUMING, -HUMES] EXILED <exile=v> [v] EXILER one that {exiles=v} [n -S] EXILES <exile=v> [v] EXILIC pertaining to exile (banishment from one's own country) [adj] EXINES <exine=n> [n] EXISTS <exist=v> [v]

EXITED EXODOI EXODOS EXODUS EXOGEN EXONIC EXONYM -S] EXOTIC EXPAND EXPATS EXPECT EXPELS EXPEND EXPERT EXPIRE EXPIRY EXPORT EXPOSE EXSECT EXSERT EXTANT EXTEND EXTENT EXTERN EXTOLL EXTOLS EXTORT EXTRAS EXUDED EXUDES EXULTS EXURBS EXUVIA EYASES EYEBAR EYECUP EYEFUL EYEING EYELET EYELID EYRIES FABBER FABLED FABLER FABLES FABRIC FACADE FACERS FACETE FACETS FACEUP FACIAE FACIAL FACIAS FACIES FACILE FACING FACTOR FACULA

<exit=v> [v] <exodos=n> [n] a concluding dramatic scene [n -DOI] a movement away [n -ES] a type of plant [n -S] <exon=n> [adj] a name for a people used by outsiders and not by the people themselves [n something from another part of the world [n -S] to increase in size or volume [v -ED, -ING, -S] <expat=n> [n] to {anticipate=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <expel=v> [v] to use up [v -ED, -ING, -S] to serve as an authority [v -ED, -ING, -S] to come to an end [v -PIRED, -PIRING, -PIRES] a {termination=n} [n -RIES] to send to other countries for commercial purposes [v -ED, -ING, -S] to lay open to view [v -POSED, -POSING, -POSES] to cut out [v -ED, -ING, -S] to thrust out [v -ED, -ING, -S] still in existence [adj] to stretch out to full length [v -ED, -ING, -S] the range over which something extends [n -S] a nonresident of an institution [n -S] to {extol=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <extol=v> [v] to obtain from a person by violence or intimidation [v -ED, -ING, -S] <extra=n> [n] <exude=v> [v] <exude=v> [v] <exult=v> [v] <exurb=n> [n] <exuvium=n> [n] <eyas=n> [n] a metal bar with a loop at one or both ends [n -S] a cup used for applying lotions to the eyes [n -S] a complete view [n -S] <eye=v> [v] to make a small hole in [v -LETTED, -LETTING, -LETS] the lid of skin that can be closed over an eyeball [n -S] <eyry=n> [n] <fab=adj> [adj] <fable=v> [v] one that {fables=v} [n -S] <fable=v> [v] a woven, felted, or knitted material [n -S] the front of a building [n -S] <facer=n> [n] {witty=adj} [adj] : FACETELY [adv] <facet=v> [v] with the front part up [adv] <facia=n> [n] a treatment for the face [n -S] <facia=n> [n] general appearance [n FACIES] easily achieved or performed [adj] : FACILELY [adv] a lining at the edge of a garment [n -S] to express as a product of two or more quantities [v -ED, -ING, -S] an unusually bright spot on the sun's surface [n -LAE] : FACULAR [adj]

FADEIN a gradual increase in the brightness of an image [n -S] FADERS <fader=n> [n] FADGED <fadge=v> [v] FADGES <fadge=v> [v] FADING an Irish dance [n -S] FAECAL <faeces=n> [adj] FAECES {feces=n} [n] : FAECAL [adj] FAENAS <faena=n> [n] FAERIE a {fairy=n} [n -S] FAGGED <fag=v> [v] FAGGOT to {fagot=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FAGINS <fagin=n> [n] FAGOTS <fagot=v> [v] FAILED <fail=v> [v] FAILLE a woven fabric [n -S] FAINER <fain=adj> [adj] FAINTS <faint=v> [v] FAIRED <fair=v> [v] FAIRER <fair=adj> [adj] FAIRLY in a fair manner [adv] FAITHS <faith=v> [v] FAJITA marinated and grilled beef, chicken, or shrimp served with a flour tortil la [n -S] FAKEER {fakir=n} [n -S] FAKERS <faker=n> [n] FAKERY the practice of faking [n -ERIES] FAKING <fake=v> [v] FAKIRS <fakir=n> [n] FALCES <falx=n> [n] FALCON a bird of prey [n -S] FALLAL a showy article of dress [n -S] FALLEN <fall=v> [v] FALLER one that {falls=v} [n -S] FALLOW to plow and leave unseeded [v -ED, -ING, -S] FALSER <false=adj> [adj] FALSIE a pad worn within a brassiere [n -S] FALTER to {hesitate=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FAMILY a group of persons related by blood or marriage [n -LIES] FAMINE a widespread scarcity of food [n -S] FAMING <fame=v> [v] FAMISH to suffer extreme hunger [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FAMOUS well-known [adj] : FAMOUSLY [adv] FAMULI <famulus=n> [n] FANDOM an aggregate of enthusiastic devotees [n -S] FANEGA a Spanish unit of dry measure [n -S] FANFIC fiction written by fans of an admired work [n -S] FANGAS <fanga=n> [n] FANGED <fang=n> [adj] FANION a small flag [n -S] FANJET a type of jet engine [n -S] FANNED <fan=v> [v] FANNER one that {fans=v} [n -S] FANONS <fanon=n> [n] FANTOD an emotional outburst [n -S] FANTOM {phantom=n} [n -S] FANUMS <fanum=n> [n] FAQIRS <faqir=n> [n] FAQUIR {fakir=n} [n -S] FARADS <farad=n> [n] FARCED <farce=v> [v]

FARCER FARCES FARCIE FARDED FARDEL FARERS FARFAL FARFEL FARINA FARING FARLES FARMED FARMER FARROW FASCES FASCIA [adj] FASHED FASHES FASTED FASTEN FASTER FATHER FATHOM FATING FATTED FATTEN FATTER FATWAS FAUCAL FAUCES FAUCET FAULDS FAULTS FAULTY FAUNAE FAUNAL FAUNAS FAUVES FAVELA FAVISM FAVORS FAVOUR FAWNED FAWNER FAXING FAYING FAZING FEALTY FEARED FEARER FEASED FEASES FEASTS FEATER FEATLY FEAZED FEAZES FECIAL FECKLY

{farceur=n} [n -S] <farce=v> [v] {farci=adj} [adj] <fard=v> [v] a bundle [n -S] <farer=n> [n] {farfel=n} [n -S] noodles in the form of small pellets or granules [n -S] a fine meal made from cereal grain [n -S] <fare=v> [v] <farle=n> [n] <farm=v> [v] one that {farms=v} [n -S] to give birth to a litter of pigs [v -ED, -ING, -S] an ancient Roman symbol of power [n FASCES] a broad and distinct band of color [n -CIAE or -CIAS] : FASCIAL, FASCIATE <fash=v> [v] <fash=v> [v] <fast=v> [v] to {secure=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <fast=adj> [adj] to cause to exist [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {understand=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <fate=v> [v] <fat=v> [v] to make {fat=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <fat=adj> [adj] <fatwa=n> [n] a sound produced in the fauces [n -S] the passage from the mouth to the pharynx [n] a device for controlling the flow of liquid from a pipe [n -S] <fauld=n> [n] <fault=v> [v] imperfect [adj FAULTIER, FAULTIEST] : FAULTILY [adv] <fauna=n> [n] <fauna=n> [adj] <fauna=n> [n] <fauve=n> [n] a slum area [n -S] an acute anemia [n -S] <favor=v> [v] to {favor=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <fawn=v> [v] one that {fawns=v} [n -S] <fax=v> [v] <fay=v> [v] <faze=v> [v] {loyalty=n} [n -TIES] <fear=v> [v] one that {fears=v} [n -S] <fease=v> [v] <fease=v> [v] <feast=v> [v] <feat=adj> [adj] {graceful=adj} [adj -LIER, -LIEST] <feaze=v> [v] <feaze=v> [v] {fetial=n} [n -S] {almost=adv} [adv]

FECULA FECUND FEDORA FEEBLE FEEBLY FEEDER FEEING FEELER FEEZED FEEZES FEIGNS FEIJOA FEINTS FEIRIE FEISTS FEISTY FELIDS FELINE FELLAH FELLAS FELLED FELLER FELLOE FELLOW FELONS FELONY FELSIC FELTED FEMALE FEMMES FEMORA FEMURS FENCED FENCER FENCES FENDED FENDER FENNEC FENNEL FEOFFS FERALS FERBAM FERIAE FERIAL FERIAS FERINE FERITY FERLIE FERMIS FERREL FERRET FERRIC FERRUM FERULA FERULE FERVID FERVOR FESCUE FESSED FESSES

fecal matter [n -LAE] {fruitful=adj} [adj] a type of hat [n -S] {weak=adj} [adj -BLER, -BLEST] : FEEBLY [adv] <feeble=adj> [adv] one that {feeds=v} [n -S] <fee=v> [v] a tactile organ [n -S] <feeze=v> [v] <feeze=v> [v] <feign=v> [v] a green edible fruit [n -S] <feint=v> [v] {nimble=adj} [adj] <feist=n> [n] full of nervous energy [adj FEISTIER, FEISTIEST] : FEISTILY [adv] <felid=n> [n] an animal of the cat family [n -S] a peasant or laborer in Arab countries [n -LAHS, -LAHIN, or -LAHEEN] <fella=n> [n] <fell=v> [v] one that {fells=v} [n -S] the rim of a wheel [n -S] to produce an equal to [v -ED, -ING, -S] <felon=n> [n] a grave crime [n -NIES] consisting of feldspar and silicates [adj] <felt=v> [v] an individual that bears young or produces ova [n -S] <femme=n> [n] <femur=n> [n] <femur=n> [n] <fence=v> [v] one that {fences=v} [n -S] <fence=v> [v] <fend=v> [v] a metal guard over the wheel of a motor vehicle [n -S] : FENDERED [adj] an African fox [n -S] a perennial herb [n -S] <feoff=v> [v] <feral=n> [n] a {fungicide=n} [n -S] <feria=n> [n] <feria=n> [adj] <feria=n> [n] feral [adj] {wildness=n} [n -TIES] a strange sight [n -S] <fermi=n> [n] {ferrule=v} [v -RELED, -RELING, -RELS or -RELLED, -RELLING, -RELS] to search out by careful investigation [v -ED, -ING, -S] pertaining to iron [adj] iron [n -S] a flat piece of wood [n -LAE or -LAS] to {ferrule=v} [v -ULED, -ULING, -ULES] {fervent=adj} [adj] : FERVIDLY [adv] great warmth or intensity [n -S] a perennial grass [n -S] <fess=v> [v] <fess=v> [v]

FESTAL {festive=adj} [adj] : FESTALLY [adv] FESTER to generate pus [v -ED, -ING, -S] FETIAL a priest of ancient Rome [n -S] FETICH {fetish=n} [n -ES] FETING <fete=v> [v] FETISH an object believed to have magical power [n -ES] FETORS <fetor=n> [n] FETTED <fet=v> [v] FETTER to {shackle=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FETTLE to cover the hearth of with fettling [v -TLED, -TLING, -TLES] FEUARS <feuar=n> [n] FEUDAL pertaining to a political and economic system of medieval Europe [adj] : FEUDALLY [adv] FEUDED <feud=v> [v] FEUING <feu=v> [v] FEVERS <fever=v> [v] FEWEST <few=adj> [adj] FEYEST <fey=adj> [adj] FEZZED <fez=n> [adj] FEZZES <fez=n> [n] FIACRE a small {carriage=n} [n -S] FIANCE a man engaged to be married [n -S] FIASCO a wine bottle [n -COES or -CHI] / a complete failure [n -COES or -COS] FIBBED <fib=v> [v] FIBBER one that {fibs=v} [n -S] FIBERS <fiber=n> [n] FIBRES <fibre=n> [n] FIBRIL a small {fiber=n} [n -S] FIBRIN an insoluble protein [n -S] FIBULA a bone of the leg [n -LAE or -LAS] : FIBULAR [adj] FICHES <fiche=n> [n] FICHUS <fichu=n> [n] FICINS <ficin=n> [n] FICKLE not constant or loyal [adj -LER, -LEST] : FICKLY [adv] FICKLY <fickle=adj> [adv] FICOES <fico=n> [n] FIDDLE to play a violin [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] FIDDLY intricately difficult to handle [adj] FIDGED <fidge=v> [v] FIDGES <fidge=v> [v] FIDGET to move nervously or restlessly [v -ED, -ING, -S] FIELDS <field=v> [v] FIENDS <fiend=n> [n] FIERCE violently hostile or aggressive [adj FIERCER, FIERCEST] : FIERCELY [adv] FIESTA a {festival=n} [n -S] FIFERS <fifer=n> [n] FIFING <fife=v> [v] FIFTHS <fifth=n> [n] FIGGED <fig=v> [v] FIGHTS <fight=v> [v] FIGURE to {compute=v} [v -URED, -URING, -URES] FILERS <filer=n> [n] FILETS <filet=v> [v] FILIAL pertaining to a son or daughter [adj] : FILIALLY [adv] FILING a particle removed by a file [n -S] FILLED <fill=v> [v] FILLER one that {fills=v} [n -S] FILLES <fille=n> [n] FILLET to cut boneless slices from [v -ED, -ING, -S] FILLIP to strike sharply [v -ED, -ING, -S]

FILLOS <fillo=n> [n] FILMED <film=v> [v] FILMER one that {films=v} [n -S] FILMIC pertaining to motion pictures [adj] FILMIS <filmi=n> [n] FILOSE resembling a thread [adj] FILTER to pass through a filter (a device for removing suspended matter) [v -ED, -ING, -S] FILTHS <filth=n> [n] FILTHY offensively dirty [adj FILTHIER, FILTHIEST] : FILTHILY [adv] FIMBLE the male hemp plant [n -S] FINALE a close or termination of something [n -S] FINALS <final=n> [n] FINCAS <finca=n> [n] FINDER one that {finds=v} [n -S] FINELY in a fine manner [adv] FINERY elaborate adornment [n -ERIES] FINEST <fine=adj> [adj] FINGER to touch with the fingers (the terminating members of the hand) [v -ED, ING, -S] FINIAL a crowning ornament [n -S] : FINIALED [adj] FINING the clarifying of wines [n -S] FINISH to bring to an end [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FINITE something that is finite (having definite limits) [n -S] FINITO finished [adj] FINKED <fink=v> [v] FINNED <fin=v> [v] FIORDS <fiord=n> [n] FIPPLE a plug of wood at the mouth of certain wind instruments [n -S] FIQUES <fique=n> [n] FIRERS <firer=n> [n] FIRING the process of maturing ceramic products by heat [n -S] FIRKIN a British unit of capacity [n -S] FIRMAN an edict issued by a Middle Eastern sovereign [n -S] FIRMED <firm=v> [v] FIRMER a woodworking tool [n -S] FIRMLY in a firm manner [adv] FIRSTS <first=n> [n] FIRTHS <firth=n> [n] FISCAL a public prosecutor [n -S] FISHED <fish=v> [v] FISHER one that {fishes=v} [n -S] FISHES <fish=v> [v] FISTED <fist=v> [v] FISTIC pertaining to {pugilism=n} [adj] FITCHY having the arms ending in a point -- used of a heraldic cross [adj] FITFUL recurring irregularly [adj] : FITFULLY [adv] FITTED <fit=v> [v] FITTER one that {fits=v} [n -S] FIVERS <fiver=n> [n] FIXATE to make stable or stationary [v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES] FIXERS <fixer=n> [n] FIXING <fix=v> [v] FIXITY {stability=n} [n -TIES] FIXURE {firmness=n} [n -S] FIZGIG {fishgig=n} [n -S] FIZZED <fizz=v> [v] FIZZER one that fizzes [n -S] FIZZES <fiz=n> [n] FIZZLE to {fizz=v} [v -ZLED, -ZLING, -ZLES]

FJELDS FJORDS FLABBY FLACKS FLACON FLAGGY FLAGON FLAILS FLAIRS FLAKED FLAKER FLAKES FLAKEY FLAMBE FLAMED FLAMEN FLAMER FLAMES FLANES FLANGE FLANKS FLAPPY FLARED FLARES FLASHY FLASKS FLATLY FLATUS FLAUNT FLAUTA FLAVIN FLAVOR FLAWED FLAXEN FLAXES FLAYED FLAYER FLEAMS FLECHE FLECKS FLECKY FLEDGE FLEDGY FLEECE FLEECH FLEECY FLEERS FLEETS FLENCH FLENSE FLESHY FLETCH FLEURY adj] FLEXED FLEXES FLEXOR FLEYED FLICKS FLIERS

<fjeld=n> [n] <fjord=n> [n] {flaccid=adj} [adj -BIER, -BIEST] : FLABBILY [adv] <flack=v> [v] a small stoppered bottle [n -S] drooping [adj -GIER, -GIEST] a large bulging bottle [n -S] <flail=v> [v] <flair=n> [n] <flake=v> [v] one that {flakes=v} [n -S] <flake=v> [v] {flaky=adj} [adj FLAKIER, FLAKIEST] to douse with a liqueur and ignite [v -BEED, -BEING, -BES] <flame=v> [v] a priest of ancient Rome [n -MENS or -MINES] one that {flames=v} [n -S] <flame=v> [v] <flan=n> [n] to provide with a protecting rim [v FLANGED, FLANGING, FLANGES] <flank=v> [v] flapping [adj -PIER, -PIEST] <flare=v> [v] <flare=v> [v] {gaudy=adj} [adj FLASHIER, FLASHIEST] : FLASHILY [adv] <flask=n> [n] in a flat manner [adv] intestinal gas [n -ES] to exhibit in a gaudy manner [v -ED, -ING, -S] a tortilla rolled around a filling and fried [n -S] a yellow pigment [n -S] to give flavor (distinctive taste) to [v -ED, -ING, -S] <flaw=v> [v] of a pale yellow color [adj] <flax=n> [n] <flay=v> [v] one that {flays=v} [n -S] <fleam=n> [n] a {steeple=n} [n -S] <fleck=v> [v] flecked [adj] to furnish with feathers [v FLEDGED, FLEDGING, FLEDGES] covered with feathers [adj FLEDGIER, FLEDGIEST] to remove the coat of wool from [v FLEECED, FLEECING, FLEECES] to {coax=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] {woolly=adj} [adj FLEECIER, FLEECIEST] : FLEECILY [adv] <fleer=v> [v] <fleet=v> [v] to {flense=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] to strip the blubber or skin from [v FLENSED, FLENSING, FLENSES] having much flesh [adj FLESHIER, FLESHIEST] : FLESHILY [adv] to {fledge=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] having the arms terminating in three leaves -- used of a heraldic cross [ <flex=v> [v] <flex=v> [v] a muscle that serves to bend a bodily part [n -S] <fley=v> [v] <flick=v> [v] <flier=n> [n]

FLIEST <fly=adj> [adj] FLIGHT to fly in a flock [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLIMSY lacking solidity or strength [adj -SIER, -SIEST] : FLIMSILY [adv] / a thi n paper [n -SIES] FLINCH to shrink back involuntarily [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FLINGS <fling=v> [v] FLINTS <flint=v> [v] FLINTY resembling flint [adj FLINTIER, FLINTIEST] : FLINTILY [adv] FLIPPY flaring at the bottom [adj] FLIRTS <flirt=v> [v] FLIRTY given to flirting [adj FLIRTIER, FLIRTIEST] FLITCH to cut into strips [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FLITED <flite=v> [v] FLITES <flite=v> [v] FLOATS <float=v> [v] FLOATY tending to float [adj FLOATIER, FLOATIEST] FLOCCI <floccus=n> [n] FLOCKS <flock=v> [v] FLOCKY {woolly=adj} [adj FLOCKIER, FLOCKIEST] FLONGS <flong=n> [n] FLOODS <flood=v> [v] FLOOEY awry [adj] FLOOIE {flooey=adj} [adj] FLOORS <floor=v> [v] FLOOSY {floozy=n} [n -SIES] FLOOZY a prostitute [n -ZIES] FLOPPY soft and flexible [adj -PIER, -PIEST] : FLOPPILY [adv] / a type of comput er disk [n -PIES] FLORAE <flora=n> [n] FLORAL pertaining to flowers [adj] : FLORALLY [adv] / a design in which flowers predominate [n -S] FLORAS <flora=n> [n] FLORET a small flower [n -S] FLORID {ruddy=adj} [adj] : FLORIDLY [adv] FLORIN a former gold coin of Europe [n -S] FLOSSY resembling floss (a soft, light fiber) [adj FLOSSIER, FLOSSIEST] : FLOSSI LY [adv] FLOTAS <flota=n> [n] FLOURS <flour=v> [v] FLOURY resembling flour [adj] FLOUTS <flout=v> [v] FLOWED <flow=v> [v] FLOWER to put forth flowers (reproductive structures of seed-bearing plants) [v -ED, -ING, -S] FLUENT spoken or written with effortless ease [adj] : FLUENTLY [adv] FLUFFS <fluff=v> [v] FLUFFY light and soft [adj FLUFFIER, FLUFFIEST] : FLUFFILY [adv] FLUIDS <fluid=n> [n] FLUISH having symptoms like those of the flu [adj] FLUKED <fluke=v> [v] FLUKES <fluke=v> [v] FLUKEY {fluky=adj} [adj FLUKIER, FLUKIEST] FLUMED <flume=v> [v] FLUMES <flume=v> [v] FLUMPS <flump=v> [v] FLUNKS <flunk=v> [v] FLUNKY a servile follower [n -KIES] FLUORS <fluor=n> [n] FLURRY to {confuse=v} [v -RIED, -RYING, -RIES] FLUTED <flute=v> [v]

FLUTER a {flutist=n} [n -S] FLUTES <flute=v> [v] FLUTEY {fluty=adj} [adj FLUTIER, FLUTIEST] FLUXED <flux=v> [v] FLUXES <flux=v> [v] FLUYTS <fluyt=n> [n] FLYBOY a pilot in an air force [n -BOYS] FLYBYS <flyby=n> [n] FLYERS <flyer=n> [n] FLYING the operation of an aircraft [n -S] FLYMAN a stage worker in a theater [n FLYMEN] FLYMEN <flyman=n> [n] FLYOFF a competitive testing of model aircraft [n -S] FLYSCH a sandstone deposit [n -ES] FLYTED <flyte=v> [v] FLYTES <flyte=v> [v] FLYWAY an established air route of migratory birds [n -WAYS] FOALED <foal=v> [v] FOAMED <foam=v> [v] FOAMER one that {foams=v} [n -S] FOBBED <fob=v> [v] FODDER to feed with coarse food [v -ED, -ING, -S] FODGEL {plump=adj} [adj] FOEHNS <foehn=n> [n] FOEMAN an enemy in war [n FOEMEN] FOEMEN <foeman=n> [n] FOETAL {fetal=adj} [adj] FOETID {fetid=adj} [adj] FOETOR {fetor=n} [n -S] FOETUS {fetus=n} [n -ES] FOGBOW a nebulous arc of light sometimes seen in a fog [n -S] FOGDOG a {fogbow=n} [n -S] FOGEYS <fogey=n> [n] FOGGED <fog=v> [v] FOGGER one that {fogs=v} [n -S] FOGIES <fogie=n> [n] FOIBLE a minor weakness [n -S] FOILED <foil=v> [v] FOINED <foin=v> [v] FOISON {strength=n} [n -S] FOISTS <foist=v> [v] FOLATE {folacin=n} [n -S] FOLDED <fold=v> [v] FOLDER one that {folds=v} [n -S] FOLDUP an object that folds up [n -S] FOLEYS <foley=n> [n] FOLIAR pertaining to a {leaf=n} [adj] FOLIOS <folio=v> [v] FOLIUM a thin layer [n -LIA or -LIUMS] FOLKIE a performer of folk music [n -S] / being in the style of folk music [adj FOLKIER, FOLKIEST] FOLKSY {friendly=adj} [adj FOLKSIER, FOLKSIEST] : FOLKSILY [adv] FOLLES <follis=n> [n] FOLLIS a coin of ancient Rome [n -LES] FOLLOW to come or go after [v -ED, -ING, -S] FOMENT to promote the development of [v -ED, -ING, -S] FOMITE an inanimate object that serves to transmit infectious organisms [n -S] FONDED <fond=v> [v] FONDER <fond=adj> [adj] FONDLE to {caress=v} [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES]

FONDLY FONDUE FONDUS FONTAL FOODIE FOOLED FOOTED FOOTER FOOTIE FOOTLE FOOTSY FOOZLE FOPPED FORAGE FORAMS FORAYS FORBAD FORBID ] FORBYE FORCED FORCER FORCES FORDED FORDID FOREBY FOREDO FOREGO FOREST FORGAT FORGED FORGER FORGES FORGET FORGOT FORINT FORKED FORKER FORMAL FORMAT FORMED FORMEE d of a FORMER FORMES FORMIC FORMOL FORMYL FORNIX FORRIT FORTES FORTIS FORUMS FORWHY FOSSAE FOSSAS FOSSES FOSSIL FOSTER FOUGHT

in a fond manner [adv] to cook in a pot of melted cheese [v -DUED, -DUING or -DUEING, -DUES] <fondu=n> [n] <font=n> [adj] an enthusiast of foods and their preparation [n -S] <fool=v> [v] <foot=v> [v] one that {walks=v} [n -S] {footsie=n} [n -S] to waste time [v -TLED, -TLING, -TLES] {footsie=n} [n -SIES] to {bungle=v} [v -ZLED, -ZLING, -ZLES] <fop=v> [v] to search about [v -AGED, -AGING, -AGES] <foram=n> [n] <foray=v> [v] <forbid=v> [v] to command not to do something [v -BADE or -BAD, -BIDDEN, -BIDDING, -BIDS {forby=prep} [prep] <force=v> [v] one that {forces=v} [n -S] <force=v> [v] <ford=v> [v] <fordo=v> [v] {forby=prep} [prep] to {fordo=v} [v -DID, -DONE, -DOING, -DOES] to go before [v FOREWENT, FOREGONE, FOREGOING, FOREGOES] to convert into a forest (a densely wooded area) [v -ED, -ING, -S] <forget=v> [v] <forge=v> [v] one that {forges=v} [n -S] <forge=v> [v] to fail to remember [v -GOT or -GAT, -GOTTEN, -GETTING, -GETS] <forget=v> [v] a monetary unit of Hungary [n -S] <fork=v> [v] one that {forks=v} [n -S] a social event that requires evening dress [n -S] to produce in a specified style [v -MATTED, -MATTING, -MATS] <form=v> [v] having the arms narrow at the center and expanding toward the ends -- use heraldic cross [adj] one that {forms=v} [n -S] <forme=n> [n] pertaining to {ants=n} [adj] {formalin=n} [n -S] a univalent chemical radical [n -S] an arched anatomical structure [n -NICES] : FORNICAL [adj] toward the front [adv] <forte=n> [n] a consonant pronounced with relatively strong release of breath [n -TES] <forum=n> [n] for what reason [adv] <fossa=n> [n] <fossa=n> [n] <fosse=n> [n] the remains of an animal or plant preserved in the earth's crust [n -S] to promote the growth of [v -ED, -ING, -S] <fight=v> [v]

FOULED <foul=v> [v] FOULER <foul=adj> [adj] FOULLY in a foul manner [adv] FOUNDS <found=v> [v] FOUNTS <fount=n> [n] FOURTH one of four equal parts [n -S] FOVEAE <fovea=n> [n] FOVEAL <fovea=n> [adj] FOVEAS <fovea=n> [n] FOWLED <fowl=v> [v] FOWLER one that {fowls=v} [n -S] FOXIER <foxy=adj> [adj] FOXILY in a foxy manner [adv] FOXING a piece of material used to cover the upper portion of a shoe [n -S] FOYERS <foyer=n> [n] FOZIER <fozy=adj> [adj] FRACAS a brawl [n -ES] FRACTI <fractus=n> [n] FRAENA <fraenum=n> [n] FRAILS <frail=n> [n] FRAISE a barrier of pointed stakes [n -S] FRAMED <frame=v> [v] FRAMER one that {frames=v} [n -S] FRAMES <frame=v> [v] FRANCS <franc=n> [n] FRANKS <frank=v> [v] FRAPPE a partly frozen drink [n -S] FRATER a {comrade=n} [n -S] FRAUDS <fraud=n> [n] FRAYED <fray=v> [v] FRAZIL tiny ice crystals formed in supercooled waters [n -S] FREAKS <freak=v> [v] FREAKY {freakish=adj} [adj FREAKIER, FREAKIEST] FREELY in a free manner [adv] FREERS <freer=n> [n] FREEST <free=adj> [adj] FREEZE to become hardened into a solid body by loss of heat [v FROZE, FROZEN, FR EEZING, FREEZES] FRENCH to cut into thin strips before cooking [v -ED, -ING, -ES] FRENUM a connecting fold of membrane [n -NA or -NUMS] FRENZY to make {frantic=adj} [v -ZIED, -ZYING, -ZIES] FRERES <frere=n> [n] FRESCO to paint on a surface of plaster [v -ED, -ING, -ES or -S] FRETTY {fretful=adj} [adj -TIER, -TIEST] FRIARS <friar=n> [n] FRIARY a monastery of friars [n -ARIES] FRIDGE a {refrigerator=n} [n -S] FRIEND to enter into a warm association with [v -ED, -ING, -S] FRIERS <frier=n> [n] FRIEZE a coarse woolen fabric [n -S] FRIGES <frig=n> [n] FRIGHT to {frighten=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] FRIGID very cold [adj] : FRIGIDLY [adv] FRIJOL a bean used as food [n -ES] FRILLS <frill=v> [v] FRILLY having frills [adj FRILLIER, FRILLIEST] FRINGE to provide with a fringe (an ornamental border) [v FRINGED, FRINGING, FRI NGES] FRINGY resembling a fringe [adj FRINGIER, FRINGIEST] FRISEE curly leaves of endive [n -S]

FRISES FRISKS FRISKY FRITES FRITHS FRITTS FRIVOL FRIZED FRIZER FRIZES FRIZZY FROCKS FROGGY FROLIC FRONDS FRONTS FROSTS FROSTY FROTHS FROTHY FROUZY FROWNS FROWST FROWSY FROWZY FROZEN FRUGAL FRUITS FRUITY FRUMPS FRUMPY FRUSTA FRYERS FRYING FRYPAN FUBBED FUCOID FUCOSE FUCOUS FUDDLE FUDGED FUDGES FUELED FUELER FUGATO FUGGED FUGIOS FUGLED FUGLES FUGUED FUGUES FUHRER FULCRA FULFIL FULGID FULHAM FULLAM FULLED FULLER FULMAR

<frise=n> [n] <frisk=v> [v] lively and playful [adj FRISKIER, FRISKIEST] : FRISKILY [adv] french fries [n] <frith=n> [n] <fritt=v> [v] to behave playfully [v -OLED, -OLING, -OLS or -OLLED, -OLLING, -OLS] <friz=v> [v] {frizzer=n} [n -S] <friz=v> [v] tightly curled [adj FRIZZIER, FRIZZIEST] <frock=v> [v] abounding in frogs [adj -GIER, -GIEST] to play and run about merrily [v -ICKED, -ICKING, -ICS] : FROLICKY [adj] <frond=n> [n] <front=v> [v] <frost=v> [v] covered with frost [adj FROSTIER, FROSTIEST] : FROSTILY [adv] <froth=v> [v] {foamy=adj} [adj FROTHIER, FROTHIEST] : FROTHILY [adv] {frowzy=adj} [adj -ZIER, -ZIEST] <frown=v> [v] to lounge in a stuffy room [v -ED, -ING, -S] {frowzy=adj} [adj -SIER, -SIEST] {unkempt=adj} [adj -ZIER, -ZIEST] : FROWZILY [adv] very cold [adj] : FROZENLY [adv] {thrifty=adj} [adj] : FRUGALLY [adv] <fruit=v> [v] suggestive of fruit [adj FRUITIER, FRUITIEST] : FRUITILY [adv] <frump=n> [n] {dowdy=adj} [adj FRUMPIER, FRUMPIEST] : FRUMPILY [adv] <frustum=n> [n] <fryer=n> [n] <fry=v> [v] a pan for frying food [n -S] <fub=v> [v] a brown seaweed [n -S] : FUCOIDAL [adj] a type of sugar [n -S] of or pertaining to fucoids [adj] to {confuse=v} [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] <fudge=v> [v] <fudge=v> [v] <fuel=v> [v] one that {fuels=v} [n -S] a fugal composition [n -TOS] <fug=v> [v] <fugio=n> [n] <fugle=v> [v] <fugle=v> [v] <fugue=v> [v] <fugue=v> [v] a {leader=n} [n -S] <fulcrum=n> [n] to {fulfill=v} [v -FILLED, -FILLING, -FILS] {fulgent=adj} [adj] a loaded die [n -S] {fulham=n} [n -S] <full=v> [v] to groove with a type of hammer [v -ED, -ING, -S] an arctic seabird [n -S]

FUMBLE to handle clumsily [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] FUMERS <fumer=n> [n] FUMETS <fumet=n> [n] FUMIER <fumy=adj> [adj] FUMING <fume=v> [v] FUMULI <fumulus=n> [n] FUNDED <fund=v> [v] FUNDER a provider of money [n -S] FUNDIC <fundus=n> [adj] FUNDUS the inner basal surface of a bodily organ [n -DI] : FUNDIC [adj] FUNEST portending death or evil [adj] FUNGAL a {fungus=n} [n -S] FUNGIC {fungous=adj} [adj] FUNGUS any of a major group of lower plants [n -GI or -GUSES] FUNKED <funk=v> [v] FUNKER one that {funks=v} [n -S] FUNKIA a flowering plant [n -S] FUNNED <fun=v> [v] FUNNEL to pass through a funnel (a cone-shaped utensil) [v -NELED, -NELING, -NEL S or -NELLED, -NELLING, -NELS] FUNNER <fun=adj> [adj] FURANE {furan=n} [n -S] FURANS <furan=n> [n] FURFUR {dandruff=n} [n -ES] FURIES <fury=n> [n] FURLED <furl=v> [v] FURLER one that {furls=v} [n -S] FURORE {furor=n} [n -S] FURORS <furor=n> [n] FURRED <fur=v> [v] FURROW to make furrows (narrow depressions) in [v -ED, -ING, -S] FURZES <furze=n> [n] FUSAIN a fine charcoal used in drawing [n -S] FUSEES <fusee=n> [n] FUSELS <fusel=n> [n] FUSILE formed by melting [adj] FUSILS <fusil=n> [n] FUSING <fuse=v> [v] FUSION the act of melting together [n -S] : FUSIONAL [adj] FUSSED <fuss=v> [v] FUSSER one that {fusses=v} [n -S] FUSSES <fuss=v> [v] FUSTIC a tropical tree [n -S] FUSUMA a sliding partition in a Japanese house [n FUSUMA] FUTILE having no useful result [adj] : FUTILELY [adv] FUTONS <futon=n> [n] FUTURE the time yet to come [n -S] : FUTURAL [adj] FUTZED <futz=v> [v] FUTZES <futz=v> [v] FUZEES <fuzee=n> [n] FUZILS <fuzil=n> [n] FUZING <fuze=v> [v] FUZZED <fuzz=v> [v] FUZZES <fuzz=v> [v] FYLFOT a {swastika=n} [n -S] FYNBOS a type of biome in South Africa [n FYNBOS] FYTTES <fytte=n> [n] GABBED <gab=v> [v] GABBER one that {gabs=v} [n -S] GABBLE to {jabber=v} [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES]

GABBRO GABIES GABION GABLED GABLES GABOON GADDED GADDER GADDIS GADFLY GADGET GADIDS GADOID GAEING GAFFED GAFFER GAFFES GAGAKU GAGERS GAGGED GAGGER GAGGLE GAGING GAGMAN GAGMEN GAIETY GAIJIN GAINED GAINER GAINLY GAINST GAITED GAITER GALAGO GALAHS GALAXY GALEAE GALEAS GALENA GALERE GALIOT GALLED GALLET GALLEY GALLIC GALLON GALLOP GALLUS GALOOT GALOPS GALORE GALOSH GALYAC GALYAK GAMAYS GAMBAS GAMBES GAMBIA GAMBIR GAMBIT

a type of rock [n -BROS] : GABBROIC, GABBROID [adj] <gaby=n> [n] a type of {basket=n} [n -S] <gable=v> [v] <gable=v> [v] a {spittoon=n} [n -S] <gad=v> [v] one that gads about [n -S] <gaddi=n> [n] a biting fly [n -FLIES] a mechanical device [n -S] : GADGETY [adj] <gadid=n> [n] a type of fish [n -S] <gae=v> [v] <gaff=v> [v] an old man [n -S] <gaffe=n> [n] ancient court music of Japan [n -S] <gager=n> [n] <gag=v> [v] one that {gags=v} [n -S] to {cackle=v} [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES] <gage=v> [v] one who writes jokes [n GAGMEN] <gagman=n> [n] festive activity [n -ETIES] a foreigner in Japan [n GAIJIN] <gain=v> [v] one that {gains=v} [n -S] {graceful=adj} [adj -LIER, -LIEST] {against=prep} [prep] <gait=v> [v] a covering for the lower leg [n -S] a small {primate=n} [n -GOS] <galah=n> [n] a large system of celestial bodies [n -AXIES] <galea=n> [n] <galea=n> [n] the principal ore of lead [n -S] : GALENIC [adj] a group of people having a common quality [n -S] {galliot=n} [n -S] <gall=v> [v] to fill in mortar joints with stone chips [v -ED, -ING, -S] a long, low medieval ship [n -LEYS] containing gallium [adj] a unit of liquid measure [n -S] to ride a horse at full speed [v -ED, -ING, -S] a suspender for trousers [n -ES] : GALLUSED [adj] an awkward or uncouth person [n -S] <galop=v> [v] {abundance=n} [n -S] an {overshoe=n} [n -ES] : GALOSHED [adj] {galyak=n} [n -S] a fur made from lambskin [n -S] <gamay=n> [n] <gamba=n> [n] <gambe=n> [n] {gambier=n} [n -S] {gambier=n} [n -S] a type of chess opening [n -S]

GAMBLE GAMBOL BOLS] GAMELY GAMERS GAMEST GAMETE GAMIER GAMILY GAMINE GAMING GAMINS GAMMAS GAMMED GAMMER GAMMON GAMUTS GANDER GANEFS GANEVS GANGED GANGER GANGLY GANGUE GANJAH GANJAS GANNET GANOFS GANOID GANTRY GAOLED GAOLER GAPERS GAPING GAPPED GARAGE GARBED GARBLE GARCON GARDAI GARDEN GARGET GARGLE GARISH GARLIC CS] GARNER GARNET GAROTE GARRED GARRET GARRON GARTER GARTHS GARVEY GASBAG GASCON GASHED GASHER GASHES

to play a game of chance for money or valuables [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] to leap about playfully [v -BOLED, -BOLING, -BOLS or -BOLLED, -BOLLING, in a game manner [adv] <gamer=n> [n] <game=adj> [adj] a mature reproductive cell [n -S] : GAMETAL, GAMETIC [adj] <gamey=adj> [adj] in a game manner [adv] a {tomboy=n} [n -S] the practice of gambling [n -S] <gamin=n> [n] <gamma=n> [n] <gam=v> [v] an old woman [n -S] to mislead by deceptive talk [v -ED, -ING, -S] <gamut=n> [n] to {wander=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <ganef=n> [n] <ganev=n> [n] <gang=v> [v] a foreman of a gang of laborers [n -S] {gangling=adj} [adj -GLIER, -GLIEST] the worthless rock in which valuable minerals are found [n -S] {ganja=n} [n -S] <ganja=n> [n] a large {seabird=n} [n -S] <ganof=n> [n] a type of fish [n -S] a structure for supporting railroad signals [n -TRIES] <gaol=v> [v] {jailer=n} [n -S] <gaper=n> [n] <gape=v> [v] <gap=v> [v] to put in a garage (a car shelter) [v -RAGED, -RAGING, -RAGES] <garb=v> [v] to distort the meaning of [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] a waiter [n -S] <garda=n> [n] to cultivate a plot of ground [v -ED, -ING, -S] mastitis of domestic animals [n -S] : GARGETY [adj] to rinse the mouth or throat [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES] {gaudy=adj} [adj] : GARISHLY [adv] to season with garlic (an herb used in cooking) [v -LICKED, -LICKING, -LI to gather and store [v -ED, -ING, -S] a mineral [n -S] to {garrote=v} [v GAROTED, GAROTING, GAROTES] <gar=v> [v] an {attic=n} [n -S] : GARRETED [adj] a small, sturdy horse [n -S] to fasten with an elastic band [v -ED, -ING, -S] <garth=n> [n] a small scow [n -VEYS] a bag for holding gas [n -S] a {boaster=n} [n -S] <gash=v> [v] <gash=adj> [adj] <gash=v> [v]

GASIFY GASKET GASKIN GASLIT GASMAN GASMEN GASPED GASPER GASSED GASSER GASSES GASTED GASTER GATEAU GATERS GATHER GATING GATORS GAUCHE GAUCHO GAUGED GAUGER GAUGES GAULTS GAUMED GAUZES GAVAGE GAVELS GAVIAL GAVOTS GAWKED GAWKER GAWPED GAWPER GAWSIE GAYALS GAYDAR GAYEST GAYETY GAZABO GAZARS GAZEBO GAZERS GAZING GAZUMP GEARED GECKED GECKOS GEEGAW GEEING GEEKED GEESTS GEEZER GEISHA GELADA GELANT GELATE GELATI GELATO GELCAP

to convert into gas [v -IFIED, -IFYING, -IFIES] packing for making something fluid-tight [n -S] a part of a horse's leg [n -S] illuminated by gaslight [adj] an employee of a gas company [n GASMEN] <gasman=n> [n] <gasp=v> [v] a {cigarette=n} [n -S] <gas=v> [v] one that {gasses=v} [n -S] <gas=v> [v] <gast=v> [v] the enlarged part of the abdomen in some insects [n -S] a fancy cake [n -TEAUS or -TEAUX] <gater=n> [n] to bring together into one place or group [v -ED, -ING, -S] the process of opening and closing a channel [n -S] <gator=n> [n] lacking social grace [adj GAUCHER, GAUCHEST] : GAUCHELY [adv] a cowboy of the South American pampas [n -CHOS] <gauge=v> [v] one that {gauges=v} [n -S] <gauge=v> [v] <gault=n> [n] <gaum=v> [v] <gauze=n> [n] introduction of material into the stomach by a tube [n -S] <gavel=v> [v] a large {reptile=n} [n -S] <gavot=n> [n] <gawk=v> [v] one that {gawks=v} [n -S] <gawp=v> [v] one that {gawps=v} [n -S] well-fed and healthy looking [adj] <gayal=n> [n] the ability to recognize that a person is homosexual [n -S] <gay=adj> [adj] {gaiety=n} [n -ETIES] a fellow [n -BOS or -BOES] <gazar=n> [n] a roofed structure open on the sides [n -BOS or -BOES] <gazer=n> [n] <gaze=v> [v] to cheat by raising the price originally agreed upon [v -ED, -ING, -S] <gear=v> [v] <geck=v> [v] <gecko=n> [n] {gewgaw=n} [n -S] <gee=v> [v] filled with enthusiasm [adj] <geest=n> [n] an eccentric man [n -S] a Japanese girl trained to entertain [n -S] a {baboon=n} [n -S] {gellant=n} [n -S] to {gel=v} [v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES] {gelato=n} [n -S] Italian ice cream [n -TI or -TOS] a tablet coated with gelatin [n -S]

GELDED <geld=v> [v] GELDER one that {gelds=v} [n -S] GELEES <gelee=n> [n] GELLED <gel=v> [v] GEMMAE <gemma=n> [n] GEMMED <gem=v> [v] GEMOTE {gemot=n} [n -S] GEMOTS <gemot=n> [n] GENDER to {engender=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GENERA <genus=n> [n] GENETS <genet=n> [n] GENEVA a liquor [n -S] GENIAL having a pleasant or friendly manner [adj] : GENIALLY [adv] GENIES <genie=n> [n] GENIPS <genip=n> [n] GENIUS an exceptional natural aptitude [n GENIUSES or GENII] GENOAS <genoa=n> [n] GENOME a haploid set of chromosomes [n -S] : GENOMIC [adj] GENOMS <genom=n> [n] GENRES <genre=n> [n] GENROS <genro=n> [n] GENTES <gens=n> [n] GENTIL {kind=adj} [adj] GENTLE {mild=adj} [adj -TLER, -TLEST] : GENTLY [adv] / to {tame=v} [v -TLED, -TL ING, -TLES] GENTLY <gentle=adj> [adv] GENTOO a type of {penguin=n} [n -S] GENTRY people of high social class [n -TRIES] GEODES <geode=n> [n] GEODIC of or pertaining to a geode [adj] GEOIDS <geoid=n> [n] GERAHS <gerah=n> [n] GERBIL a burrowing rodent [n -S] GERENT a ruler or manager [n -S] GERMAN an elaborate dance [n -S] GERMEN something that serves as an origin [n -MENS or -MINA] GERUND a verbal noun [n -S] GESTES <geste=n> [n] GESTIC pertaining to bodily motion [adj] GETTER to purify with a chemically active substance [v -ED, -ING, -S] GETUPS <getup=n> [n] GEWGAW a showy trinket [n -S] : GEWGAWED [adj] GEYSER a spring that ejects jets of hot water and steam [n -S] GHARRI {gharry=n} [n -S] GHARRY a carriage used in India [n -RIES] GHAUTS <ghaut=n> [n] GHAZIS <ghazi=n> [n] GHERAO to coerce by physical means [v -ED, -ING, -ES] GHETTO to isolate in a slum [v -ED, -ING, -S or -ES] GHIBLI a hot desert wind [n -S] GHOSTS <ghost=v> [v] GHOSTY {ghostly=adj} [adj GHOSTIER, GHOSTIEST] GHOULS <ghoul=n> [n] GHYLLS <ghyll=n> [n] GIANTS <giant=n> [n] GIAOUR a non-Muslim [n -S] GIBBED <gib=v> [v] GIBBER to {jabber=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] GIBBET to execute by hanging [v -BETED, -BETING, -BETS or -BETTED, -BETTING, -BE TS]

GIBBON an arboreal ape [n -S] GIBERS <giber=n> [n] GIBING <gibe=v> [v] GIBLET an edible part of a fowl [n -S] GIBSON a martini served with a tiny onion [n -S] GIDDAP used as a command to a horse to go faster [interj] GIEING <gie=v> [v] GIFTED <gift=v> [v] GIFTEE one that receives a gift [n -S] GIGGED <gig=v> [v] GIGGLE to laugh in a silly manner [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES] GIGGLY tending to giggle [adj -GLIER, -GLIEST] GIGLET a playful girl [n -S] GIGLOT {giglet=n} [n -S] GIGOLO a man supported financially by a woman [n -LOS] GIGOTS <gigot=n> [n] GIGUES <gigue=n> [n] GILDED <gild=v> [v] GILDER one that {gilds=v} [n -S] GILLED <gill=v> [v] GILLER one that {gills=v} [n -S] GILLIE {ghillie=n} [n -S] GIMBAL to support on a set of rings [v -BALED, -BALING, -BALS or -BALLED, -BALLI NG, -BALS] GIMELS <gimel=n> [n] GIMLET to pierce with a boring tool [v -ED, -ING, -S] GIMMAL a pair of interlocked rings [n -S] GIMMES <gimme=n> [n] GIMMIE an easy golf putt conceded to an opponent [n -MIES] GIMPED <gimp=v> [v] GINGAL {jingal=n} [n -S] GINGER to flavor with ginger (a pungent spice) [v -ED, -ING, -S] GINGKO {ginkgo=n} [n -KOS or -KOES] GINKGO an ornamental tree [n -GOES or -GOS] GINNED <gin=v> [v] GINNER one that gins cotton [n -S] GIPONS <gipon=n> [n] GIPPED <gip=v> [v] GIPPER one that {gips=v} [n -S] GIRDED <gird=v> [v] GIRDER a horizontal support [n -S] GIRDLE to encircle with a belt [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] GIRLIE a publication featuring scantily clothed women [n -S] / {girlish=adj} [ad j GIRLIER, GIRLIEST] GIRNED <girn=v> [v] GIRONS <giron=n> [n] GIRTED <girt=v> [v] GIRTHS <girth=v> [v] GISMOS <gismo=n> [n] GITANO a Spanish gypsy [n -NOS] GITTED <git=v> [v] GITTIN <get=n> [n] GIVENS <given=n> [n] GIVERS <giver=n> [n] GIVING <give=v> [v] GIZMOS <gizmo=n> [n] GLACES <glace=v> [v] GLACIS a slope [n -CISES] GLADES <glade=n> [n] GLADLY in a glad manner [adv -LIER, -LIEST]

GLAIRE to {glair=v} [v GLAIRED, GLAIRING, GLAIRES] GLAIRS <glair=v> [v] GLAIRY resembling egg white [adj GLAIRIER, GLAIRIEST] GLAIVE a {sword=n} [n -S] : GLAIVED [adj] GLAMOR alluring attractiveness [n -S] GLANCE to look quickly [v GLANCED, GLANCING, GLANCES] GLANDS <gland=n> [n] GLARED <glare=v> [v] GLARES <glare=v> [v] GLASSY resembling glass [adj GLASSIER, GLASSIEST] GLAZED <glaze=v> [v] GLAZER a {glazier=n} [n -S] GLAZES <glaze=v> [v] GLEAMS <gleam=v> [v] GLEAMY gleaming [adj GLEAMIER, GLEAMIEST] GLEANS <glean=v> [v] GLEBAE <gleba=n> [n] GLEBES <glebe=n> [n] GLEDES <glede=n> [n] GLEEDS <gleed=n> [n] GLEEKS <gleek=v> [v] GLEETS <gleet=v> [v] GLEETY resembling {mucus=n} [adj GLEETIER, GLEETIEST] GLEGLY <gleg=adj> [adv] GLEYED <gley=n> [adj] GLIBLY <glib=adj> [adv] GLIDED <glide=v> [v] GLIDER a type of {aircraft=n} [n -S] GLIDES <glide=v> [v] GLIFFS <gliff=n> [n] GLIMED <glime=v> [v] GLIMES <glime=v> [v] GLINTS <glint=v> [v] GLINTY glittering [adj GLINTIER, GLINTIEST] GLIOMA a type of {tumor=n} [n -MAS or -MATA] GLITCH a malfunction [n -ES] GLITZY {showy=adj} [adj GLITZIER, GLITZIEST] GLOAMS <gloam=n> [n] GLOATS <gloat=v> [v] GLOBAL {spherical=adj} [adj] : GLOBALLY [adv] GLOBBY full of globs [adj -BIER, -BIEST] GLOBED <globe=v> [v] GLOBES <globe=v> [v] GLOBIN a simple protein [n -S] GLOGGS <glogg=n> [n] GLOMUS a type of vascular tuft [n -MERA] GLOOMS <gloom=v> [v] GLOOMY dismally dark [adj GLOOMIER, GLOOMIEST] : GLOOMILY [adv] GLOPPY resembling glop [adj -PIER, -PIEST] GLORIA a halo [n -S] GLOSSA the tongue [n -SAE or -SAS] : GLOSSAL [adj] GLOSSY {lustrous=adj} [adj GLOSSIER, GLOSSIEST] : GLOSSILY [adv] / a type of pho tograph [n GLOSSIES] GLOSTS <glost=n> [n] GLOUTS <glout=v> [v] GLOVED <glove=v> [v] GLOVER a maker or seller of gloves [n -S] GLOVES <glove=v> [v] GLOWED <glow=v> [v] GLOWER to {scowl=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S]

GLOZED GLOZES GLUCAN GLUERS GLUIER GLUILY GLUING GLUMES GLUMLY GLUMPY GLUNCH GLUONS GLUTEI GLUTEN GLUTES GLYCAN GLYCIN GLYCOL GLYCYL GLYPHS GNARLS GNARLY GNARRS GNATTY GNAWED GNAWER GNEISS GNOMES GNOMIC GNOMON GNOSES GNOSIS GOADED GOALED GOALIE GOANNA GOATEE GOBANG GOBANS GOBBED GOBBET GOBBLE GOBIES GOBLET GOBLIN GOBOES GOBONY GODDED GODETS GODOWN GODSON GODWIT GOFERS GOFFER GOGGLE GOGGLY GOGLET GOINGS GOITER GOITRE

<gloze=v> [v] <gloze=v> [v] a polymer of glucose [n -S] <gluer=n> [n] <gluey=adj> [adj] <gluey=adj> [adv] <glue=v> [v] <glume=n> [n] <glum=adj> [adv] {glum=adj} [adj GLUMPIER, GLUMPIEST] : GLUMPILY [adv] to {frown=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <gluon=n> [n] <gluteus=n> [n] a tough elastic plant protein substance [n -S] <glute=n> [n] a {carbohydrate=n} [n -S] a compound used in photography [n -S] an {alcohol=n} [n -S] : GLYCOLIC [adj] a radical derived from glycine [n -S] <glyph=n> [n] <gnarl=v> [v] gnarled [adj GNARLIER, GNARLIEST] <gnarr=v> [v] infested with gnats [adj -TIER, -TIEST] <gnaw=v> [v] one that {gnaws=v} [n -S] a type of rock [n -ES] : GNEISSIC [adj] <gnome=n> [n] resembling or containing aphorisms [adj] a part of a sundial [n -S] : GNOMONIC [adj] <gnosis=n> [n] mystical knowledge [n GNOSES] <goad=v> [v] <goal=v> [v] a player who defends against goals [n -S] a large monitor lizard [n -S] a small pointed beard [n -S] : GOATEED [adj] a Japanese game [n -S] <goban=n> [n] <gob=v> [v] a piece of raw meat [n -S] to eat hastily [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] <goby=n> [n] a drinking vessel [n -S] an evil or mischievous creature [n -S] <gobo=n> [n] {compony=adj} [adj] <god=v> [v] <godet=n> [n] an oriental warehouse [n -S] a male {godchild=n} [n -S] a wading bird [n -S] <gofer=n> [n] to press ridges or pleats into [v -ED, -ING, -S] to stare with wide eyes [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES] wide-eyed [adj -GLIER, -GLIEST] a long-necked jar [n -S] <going=n> [n] an enlargement of the thyroid gland [n -S] : GOITROUS [adj] {goiter=n} [n -S]

GOLDEN of the color of gold [adj -ENER, -ENEST] : GOLDENLY [adv] GOLDER <gold=adj> [adj] GOLEMS <golem=n> [n] GOLFED <golf=v> [v] GOLFER one that {golfs=v} [n -S] GOLOSH {galosh=n} [n -ES] GOMBOS <gombo=n> [n] GOMERS <gomer=n> [n] GOMUTI a palm tree [n -S] GONADS <gonad=n> [n] GONEFS <gonef=n> [n] GONERS <goner=n> [n] GONGED <gong=v> [v] GONIFF {ganef=n} [n -S] GONIFS <gonif=n> [n] GONION a part of the lower jaw [n -NIA] GONIUM an immature reproductive cell [n -NIA] GONOFS <gonof=n> [n] GONOPH {ganef=n} [n -S] GOOBER a {peanut=n} [n -S] GOODBY {goodbye=n} [n -BYS] GOODIE {goody=n} [n -S] GOODLY of pleasing appearance [adj -LIER, -LIEST] GOOFED <goof=v> [v] GOOGLY a type of bowled ball in cricket [n -GLIES] GOOGOL an enormous number [n -S] GOOIER <gooey=adj> [adj] GOONEY an {albatross=n} [n -NEYS] GOONIE {gooney=n} [n -S] GOORAL {goral=n} [n -S] GOOSED <goose=v> [v] GOOSES <goose=v> [v] GOOSEY {goosy=adj} [adj GOOSIER, GOOSIEST] GOPHER a burrowing rodent [n -S] GORALS <goral=n> [n] GORGED <gorge=v> [v] GORGER one that {gorges=v} [n -S] GORGES <gorge=v> [v] GORGET a piece of armor for the throat [n -S] : GORGETED [adj] GORGON an ugly woman [n -S] GORHEN the female red grouse [n -S] GORIER <gory=adj> [adj] GORILY in a gory manner [adv] GORING <gore=v> [v] GORMED <gorm=v> [v] GORSES <gorse=n> [n] GOSPEL the message concerning Christ, the kingdom of God, and salvation [n -S] GOSSAN a type of decomposed rock [n -S] GOSSIP to talk idly about the affairs of others [v -SIPED, -SIPING, -SIPS or -SI PPED, -SIPPING, -SIPS] GOTCHA an instance of catching a person out in a deceit or wrongdoing [n -S] GOTHIC a style of printing [n -S] GOTTEN <get=v> [v] GOUGED <gouge=v> [v] GOUGER one that {gouges=v} [n -S] GOUGES <gouge=v> [v] GOURDE a monetary unit of Haiti [n -S] GOURDS <gourd=n> [n] GOVERN to rule or direct [v -ED, -ING, -S] GOWANS <gowan=n> [n]

GOWANY <gowan=n> [adj] GOWNED <gown=v> [v] GRAALS <graal=n> [n] GRABBY tending to grab [adj -BIER, -BIEST] GRABEN a depression of the earth's crust [n -S] GRACED <grace=v> [v] GRACES <grace=v> [v] GRADED <grade=v> [v] GRADER one that {grades=v} [n -S] GRADES <grade=v> [v] GRADIN {gradine=n} [n -S] GRADUS a dictionary of prosody [n -ES] GRAFTS <graft=v> [v] GRAHAM whole-wheat flour [n -S] GRAILS <grail=n> [n] GRAINS <grain=v> [v] GRAINY {granular=adj} [adj GRAINIER, GRAINIEST] GRAMAS <grama=n> [n] GRAMMA {grama=n} [n -S] GRAMME {gram=n} [n -S] GRAMPA a grandfather [n -S] GRAMPS <gramp=n> [n] GRANDS <grand=n> [n] GRANGE a farm [n -S] GRANNY a {grandmother=n} [n -NIES] GRANTS <grant=v> [v] GRANUM a part of a plant chloroplast [n GRANA] GRAPES <grape=n> [n] GRAPEY {grapy=adj} [adj GRAPIER, GRAPIEST] GRAPHS <graph=v> [v] GRAPPA an Italian brandy [n -S] GRASPS <grasp=v> [v] GRASSY of, resembling, or pertaining to grass [adj GRASSIER, GRASSIEST] : GRASSI LY [adv] GRATED <grate=v> [v] GRATER one that {grates=v} [n -S] GRATES <grate=v> [v] GRATIN a type of food crust [n -S] GRATIS free of charge [adj] GRAVED <grave=v> [v] GRAVEL to pave with gravel (a mixture of rock fragments) [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS] GRAVEN <grave=v> [v] GRAVER an {engraver=n} [n -S] GRAVES <grave=v> [v] GRAVID {pregnant=adj} [adj] : GRAVIDLY [adv] GRAYED <gray=v> [v] GRAYER <gray=adj> [adj] GRAYLY in a gray manner [adv] GRAZED <graze=v> [v] GRAZER one that {grazes=v} [n -S] GRAZES <graze=v> [v] GREASE to smear with grease (a lubricating substance) [v GREASED, GREASING, GREA SES] GREASY containing or resembling grease [adj GREASIER, GREASIEST] : GREASILY [adv ] GREATS <great=n> [n] GREAVE a piece of armor for the leg [n -S] : GREAVED [adj] GREBES <grebe=n> [n] GREEDS <greed=n> [n]

GREEDY GREENS GREENY GREETS GREGOS GREIGE GREMMY GREYED GREYER GREYLY GRIDED GRIDES GRIEFS GRIEVE GRIFFE GRIFFS GRIFTS GRIGRI GRILLE GRILLS GRILSE GRIMED GRIMES GRIMLY GRINCH GRINDS GRIOTS GRIPED GRIPER GRIPES GRIPEY GRIPPE GRIPPY GRISLY GRISON GRISTS GRITHS GRITTY GRIVET GROANS GROATS GROCER GROGGY GROINS GROOMS GROOVE S] GROOVY GROPED GROPER GROPES GROSZE GROSZY GROTTO GROTTY GROUCH GROUND GROUPS GROUSE GROUTS

marked by greed [adj GREEDIER, GREEDIEST] : GREEDILY [adv] <green=v> [v] somewhat green [adj GREENIER, GREENIEST] <greet=v> [v] <grego=n> [n] fabric in an unfinished state [n -S] {gremmie=n} [n -MIES] <grey=v> [v] <grey=adj> [adj] {grayly=adv} [adv] <gride=v> [v] <gride=v> [v] <grief=n> [n] to feel grief [v GRIEVED, GRIEVING, GRIEVES] the offspring of a black person and a mulatto [n -S] <griff=n> [n] <grift=v> [v] a fetish or amulet [n -S] a {grating=n} [n -S] <grill=v> [v] a young salmon [n -S] <grime=v> [v] <grime=v> [v] in a grim manner [adv] one who spoils the fun of others [n -ES] <grind=v> [v] <griot=n> [n] <gripe=v> [v] one that {gripes=v} [n -S] <gripe=v> [v] {gripy=adj} [adj GRIPIER, GRIPIEST] a virus disease [n -S] affected with the grippe [adj GRIPPIER, GRIPPIEST] horrifying [adj -LIER, -LIEST] a carnivorous mammal [n -S] <grist=n> [n] <grith=n> [n] {plucky=adj} [adj -TIER, -TIEST] : GRITTILY [adv] a small monkey [n -S] <groan=v> [v] <groat=n> [n] a dealer in foodstuffs and household supplies [n -S] dazed [adj -GIER, -GIEST] : GROGGILY [adv] <groin=v> [v] <groom=v> [v] to form a groove (a long, narrow depression) [v GROOVED, GROOVING, GROOVE {marvelous=adj} [adj GROOVIER, GROOVIEST] <grope=v> [v] one that {gropes=v} [n -S] <grope=v> [v] {grosz=n} [n GROSZY] <grosz=n> [n] a cave [n -TOES or -TOS] : GROTTOED [adj] {wretched=adj} [adj -TIER, -TIEST] to {complain=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] to place on a foundation [v -ED, -ING, -S] <group=v> [v] to {complain=v} [v GROUSED, GROUSING, GROUSES] <grout=v> [v]

GROUTY GROVED GROVEL ELS] GROVES GROWER GROWLS GROWLY GROWTH GROYNE GRUBBY GRUDGE GRUELS GRUFFS GRUFFY GRUGRU GRUMES GRUMPS GRUMPY GRUNGE GRUNGY GRUNTS GRUTCH GUACOS GUAIAC GUANAY GUANIN GUANOS GUARDS GUAVAS GUENON GUESTS GUFFAW GUGGLE GUGLET GUIDED GUIDER GUIDES GUIDON GUILDS GUILED GUILES GUILTS GUILTY GUIMPE GUINEA GUIROS GUISED GUISES GUITAR GULAGS GULDEN GULFED GULLED GULLET GULLEY GULPED GULPER GUMBOS GUMMAS

{surly=adj} [adj GROUTIER, GROUTIEST] <grove=n> [adj] to crawl in an abject manner [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLING, <grove=n> [n] one that {grows=v} [n -S] <growl=v> [v] deep and harsh in speech [adj GROWLIER, GROWLIEST] {development=n} [n -S] a structure built to protect a shore from erosion [n -S] {dirty=adj} [adj -BIER, -BIEST] : GRUBBILY [adv] to be unwilling to give or admit [v GRUDGED, GRUDGING, GRUDGES] <gruel=v> [v] <gruff=v> [v] {gruff=adj} [adj GRUFFIER, GRUFFIEST] a palm tree [n -S] <grume=n> [n] <grump=v> [v] ill-tempered [adj GRUMPIER, GRUMPIEST] : GRUMPILY [adv] {dirt=n} [n -S] {dirty=adj} [adj -GIER, -GIEST] <grunt=v> [v] to {grudge=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <guaco=n> [n] {guaiacum=n} [n -S] a Peruvian cormorant [n -NAYS] {guanine=n} [n -S] <guano=n> [n] <guard=v> [v] <guava=n> [n] a long-tailed monkey [n -S] <guest=v> [v] to laugh loudly [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {gurgle=v} [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES] {goglet=n} [n -S] <guide=v> [v] one that {guides=v} [n -S] <guide=v> [v] a small flag [n -S] <guild=n> [n] <guile=v> [v] <guile=v> [v] <guilt=n> [n] worthy of blame for an offense [adj GUILTIER, GUILTIEST] : GUILTILY [adv] a short blouse [n -S] a former British coin [n -S] <guiro=n> [n] <guise=v> [v] <guise=v> [v] a stringed musical instrument [n -S] <gulag=n> [n] a {guilder=n} [n -S] <gulf=v> [v] <gull=v> [v] the throat [n -S] a {ravine=n} [n -LEYS] <gulp=v> [v] one that {gulps=v} [n -S] <gumbo=n> [n] <gumma=n> [n]

GUMMED GUMMER GUNDOG GUNITE GUNMAN GUNMEN GUNNED GUNNEL GUNNEN GUNNER GUNSEL GURGED GURGES GURGLE GURNET GURNEY GUSHED GUSHER GUSHES GUSSET GUSSIE GUSTED GUTTAE GUTTED GUTTER GUTTLE GUYING GUYOTS GUZZLE GWEDUC GYBING GYOZAS GYPPED GYPPER GYPSUM GYRASE GYRATE GYRENE GYRING GYRONS GYROSE GYTTJA GYVING HABILE HABITS HABOOB HACEKS HACKED HACKEE HACKER HACKIE HACKLE HACKLY HADING HADITH HADJEE HADJES HADJIS HADRON HAEING

<gum=v> [v] one that {gums=v} [n -S] a hunting dog [n -S] a mixture of cement, sand, and water [n -S] one who is armed with a gun [n GUNMEN] <gunman=n> [n] <gun=v> [v] a marine fish [n -S] <gin=v> [v] one that operates a gun [n -S] a {gunman=n} [n -S] <gurge=v> [v] <gurge=v> [v] to flow unevenly [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES] a {gurnard=n} [n -S] a wheeled cot [n -NEYS] <gush=v> [v] a gushing oil well [n -S] <gush=v> [v] to furnish with a reinforcing piece of material [v -ED, -ING, -S] {gussy=v} [v -SIED, -SYING, -SIES] <gust=v> [v] <gutta=n> [n] <gut=v> [v] to form channels for draining off water [v -ED, -ING, -S] to eat rapidly [v -TLED, -TLING, -TLES] <guy=v> [v] <guyot=n> [n] to drink rapidly [v -ZLED, -ZLING, -ZLES] {geoduck=n} [n -S] <gybe=v> [v] <gyoza=n> [n] <gyp=v> [v] one that {gyps=v} [n -S] a mineral [n -S] an {enzyme=n} [n -S] to revolve or rotate [v -RATED, -RATING, -RATES] a {marine=n} [n -S] <gyre=v> [v] <gyron=n> [n] marked with wavy lines [adj] an organically rich mud [n -S] <gyve=v> [v] {skillful=adj} [adj] <habit=v> [v] a violent sandstorm [n -S] <hacek=n> [n] <hack=v> [v] a {chipmunk=n} [n -S] one that {hacks=v} [n -S] a taxicab driver [n -S] to {hack=v} [v -LED, -LING, -LES] {jagged=adj} [adj -LIER, -LIEST] <hade=v> [v] a record of the sayings of Muhammed [n HADITH or HADITHS] {hadji=n} [n -S] <hadj=n> [n] <hadji=n> [n] an elementary particle [n -S] : HADRONIC [adj] <hae=v> [v]

HAEMAL HAEMIC HAEMIN HAERES HAFFET HAFFIT HAFTED HAFTER HAGBUT HAGDON HAGGED HAGGIS HAGGLE HAIKUS HAILED HAILER HAINTS HAIRDO HAIRED HAJJES HAJJIS HAKEEM HAKIMS HALALA HALALS HALERS HALERU HALEST HALIDE HALIDS HALING HALITE HALLAH HALLAL HALLEL HALLOA HALLOO HALLOS HALLOT HALLOW HALLUX HALMAS HALOED HALOES HALOID HALONS HALTED HALTER HALUTZ HALVAH HALVAS HALVED HALVES HAMADA HAMALS HAMATE HAMAUL HAMLET HAMMAL HAMMAM

{hemal=adj} [adj] {hemic=adj} [adj] {hemin=n} [n -S] {heres=n} [n -REDES] the cheekbone and temple [n -S] {haffet=n} [n -S] <haft=v> [v] one that {hafts=v} [n -S] {hackbut=n} [n -S] a {seabird=n} [n -S] <hag=v> [v] a Scottish dish [n -GISES] to {bargain=v} [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES] <haiku=n> [n] <hail=v> [v] one that {hails=v} [n -S] <haint=n> [n] a style of wearing the hair [n -DOS] having hair [adj] <hajj=n> [n] <hajji=n> [n] {hakim=n} [n -S] <hakim=n> [n] a Saudi Arabian coin [n -S] <halal=n> [n] <haler=n> [n] <haler=n> [n] <hale=adj> [adj] a chemical compound [n -S] <halid=n> [n] <hale=v> [v] a mineral [n -S] {challah=n} [n -LAHS, -LOTH or -LOT] halal [adj] a chant of praise [n -S] to {hallo=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {hallo=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <hallo=v> [v] <hallah=n> [n] to make {holy=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] the big toe [n -LUCES] : HALLUCAL [adj] <halma=n> [n] <halo=v> [v] <halo=v> [v] a chemical salt [n -S] <halon=n> [n] <halt=v> [v] to put restraint upon [v -ED, -ING, -S] an Israeli farmer [n -LUTZIM] a Turkish confection [n -S] <halva=n> [n] <halve=v> [v] <half=n> [n] {hammada=n} [n -S] <hamal=n> [n] a wrist bone [n -S] {hamal=n} [n -S] a small {town=n} [n -S] {hamal=n} [n -S] a Turkish bath [n -S]

HAMMED HAMMER HAMPER HAMULI HAMZAH HAMZAS HANCES HANDAX HANDED HANDER HANDLE HANGAR HANGED HANGER HANGUL HANGUP HANIWA HANKED HANKER HANKIE HANSAS HANSEL HANSES HANSOM HANTED HANTLE HAPPED HAPPEN HAPTEN HAPTIC HARASS HARBOR HARDEN HARDER HARDLY HAREEM HAREMS HARING HARKED HARKEN HARLOT HARMED HARMER HARMIN HARPED HARPER HARPIN HARROW HARTAL HASHED HASHES HASLET HASPED HASSEL HASSLE HASTED HASTEN HASTES HATBOX HATERS

<ham=v> [v] to strike repeatedly [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {hinder=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <hamulus=n> [n] {hamza=n} [n -S] <hamza=n> [n] <hance=n> [n] a short-handled ax [n -ES] <hand=v> [v] one that {hands=v} [n -S] to touch with the hands [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] to place in an aircraft shelter [v -ED, -ING, -S] <hang=v> [v] one that {hangs=v} [n -S] the Korean alphabetic script [n] an inhibition or obsession [n -S] Japanese clay sculptures [n] <hank=v> [v] to long for [v -ED, -ING, -S] {hanky=n} [n -S] <hansa=n> [n] to {handsel=v} [v -SELED, -SELING, -SELS or -SELLED, -SELLING, -SELS] <hanse=n> [n] a light carriage [n -S] <hant=v> [v] a large amount [n -S] <hap=v> [v] to {occur=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a substance similar to an antigen [n -S] : HAPTENIC [adj] pertaining to the sense of touch [adj] to bother persistently [v -ED, -ING, -ES] to {shelter=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to make {hard=adj} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <hard=adj> [adj] {scarcely=adv} [adv] {harem=n} [n -S] <harem=n> [n] <hare=v> [v] <hark=v> [v] to {hearken=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a prostitute [n -S] <harm=v> [v] one that {harms=v} [n -S] {harmine=n} [n -S] <harp=v> [v] a {harpist=n} [n -S] {harping=n} [n -S] to break up and level soil [v -ED, -ING, -S] a stoppage of work [n -S] <hash=v> [v] <hash=v> [v] the edible viscera of an animal [n -S] <hasp=v> [v] an {argument=n} [n -S] to {argue=v} [v -SLED, -SLING, -SLES] <haste=v> [v] to {hurry=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <haste=v> [v] a box for a hat [n -ES] <hater=n> [n]

HATFUL as much as a hat can hold [n HATSFUL or HATFULS] HATING <hate=v> [v] HATPIN a pin for securing a hat [n -S] HATRED intense dislike or aversion [n -S] HATTED <hat=v> [v] HATTER a {hatmaker=n} [n -S] HAUGHS <haugh=n> [n] HAULED <haul=v> [v] HAULER one that {hauls=v} [n -S] HAULMS <haulm=n> [n] HAULMY having haulms [adj HAULMIER, HAULMIEST] HAUNCH the {hindquarter=n} [n -ES] : HAUNCHED [adj] HAUNTS <haunt=v> [v] HAUSEN a Russian sturgeon [n -S] HAVENS <haven=v> [v] HAVERS <haver=v> [v] HAVING <have=v> [v] HAVIOR {behavior=n} [n -S] HAVOCS <havoc=v> [v] HAWALA a type of financial arrangement in Islamic societies [n -S] HAWING <haw=v> [v] HAWKED <hawk=v> [v] HAWKER one that {hawks=v} [n -S] HAWKEY a {hawkie=n} [n -EYS] HAWKIE a white-faced cow [n -S] HAWSER a mooring rope [n -S] HAWSES <hawse=n> [n] HAYERS <hayer=n> [n] HAYING the season for harvesting hay [n -S] HAYMOW a {hayloft=n} [n -S] HAZANS <hazan=n> [n] HAZARD to {venture=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HAZELS <hazel=n> [n] HAZERS <hazer=n> [n] HAZIER <hazy=adj> [adj] HAZILY in a hazy manner [adv] HAZING an attempt to embarrass or ridicule [n -S] HAZMAT hazardous material [n -S] HAZZAN {hazan=n} [n HAZZANIM or HAZZANS] HEADED <head=v> [v] HEADER a grain harvester [n -S] HEALED <heal=v> [v] HEALER one that {heals=v} [n -S] HEALTH the physical condition of an organism [n -S] HEAPED <heap=v> [v] HEAPER one that {heaps=v} [n -S] HEARER one that {hears=v} [n -S] HEARSE to transport in a hearse (a vehicle for conveying corpses) [v HEARSED, HE ARSING, HEARSES] HEARTH the floor of a fireplace [n -S] HEARTS <heart=v> [v] HEARTY very friendly [adj HEARTIER, HEARTIEST] : HEARTILY [adv] / a {comrade=n} [n HEARTIES] HEATED <heat=v> [v] HEATER an apparatus for heating [n -S] HEATHS <heath=n> [n] HEATHY abounding in {heath=n} [adj HEATHIER, HEATHIEST] HEAUME a medieval helmet [n -S] HEAVED <heave=v> [v] HEAVEN the sky [n -S]

HEAVER HEAVES HECKLE HECTIC HECTOR HEDDLE HEDERS HEDGED HEDGER HEDGES HEEDED HEEDER HEEHAW HEELED HEELER HEEZED HEEZES HEFTED HEFTER HEGARI HEGIRA HEIFER HEIGHT HEILED HEINIE HEIRED HEISHI HEISTS HEJIRA HELIAC HELIOS HELIUM HELLED HELLER HELLOS HELMED HELMET , -S] HELOTS HELPED HELPER HELVED HELVES HEMINS HEMMED HEMMER HEMOID HEMPEN HEMPIE HENBIT HENGES HENLEY HENNAS HENRYS HENTED HEPCAT HEPPER HEPTAD HERALD HERBAL

one that {heaves=v} [n -S] <heave=v> [v] to harass a speaker [v -LED, -LING, -LES] filled with turmoil [adj] : HECTICLY [adv] to {bully=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a part of a loom [n -S] <heder=n> [n] <hedge=v> [v] one that {hedges=v} [n -S] <hedge=v> [v] <heed=v> [v] one that {heeds=v} [n -S] to {guffaw=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <heel=v> [v] one that puts heels on shoes [n -S] <heeze=v> [v] <heeze=v> [v] <heft=v> [v] one that {hefts=v} [n -S] a grain [n -S] an {exodus=n} [n -S] a young cow [n -S] the highest point [n -S] <heil=v> [v] the {buttocks=n} [n -S] <heir=v> [v] tiny beads made from shells [n] <heist=v> [v] {hegira=n} [n -S] {heliacal=adj} [adj] <helio=n> [n] a gaseous element [n -S] <hell=v> [v] a {hellion=n} [n -S] <hello=v> [v] <helm=v> [v] to supply with a helmet (a protective covering for the head) [v -ED, -ING <helot=n> [n] <help=v> [v] one that {helps=v} [n -S] <helve=v> [v] <helve=v> [v] <hemin=n> [n] <hem=v> [v] one that {hems=v} [n -S] {hemal=adj} [adj] made of hemp [adj] {hempy=adj} [adj HEMPIER, HEMPIEST] a perennial herb [n -S] <henge=n> [n] a type of knit shirt [n -LEYS] <henna=v> [v] <henry=n> [n] <hent=v> [v] a jazz enthusiast [n -S] <hep=adj> [adj] a group of seven [n -S] to {proclaim=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] a book about herbs and plants [n -S]

HERBED flavored with herbs [adj] HERDED <herd=v> [v] HERDER one who tends a herd [n -S] HERDIC a type of {carriage=n} [n -S] HEREAT at this time [adj] HEREBY by this means [adv] HEREIN in this [adv] HEREOF of this [adv] HEREON on this [adv] HERESY a belief contrary to a church doctrine [n -SIES] HERETO to this matter [adv] HERIOT a feudal tribute or payment [n -S] HERMAE <herma=n> [n] HERMAI <herma=n> [n] HERMIT a {recluse=n} [n -S] : HERMITIC [adj] HERNIA the protrusion of an organ through its surrounding wall [n -NIAS or -NIAE ] : HERNIAL [adj] HEROES <hero=n> [n] HEROIC an epic verse [n -S] HEROIN an addictive narcotic [n -S] HERONS <heron=n> [n] HERPES a skin infection [n HERPES] : HERPETIC [adj] HETERO a {heterosexual=n} [n -EROS] HETMAN a cossack leader [n -S] HEUCHS <heuch=n> [n] HEUGHS <heugh=n> [n] HEWERS <hewer=n> [n] HEWING <hew=v> [v] HEXADE {hexad=n} [n -S] HEXADS <hexad=n> [n] HEXANE a volatile liquid [n -S] HEXERS <hexer=n> [n] HEXING <hex=v> [v] HEXONE a hydrocarbon solvent [n -S] HEXOSE a simple sugar [n -S] HEXYLS <hexyl=n> [n] HEYDAY the period of one's greatest success [n -DAYS] HEYDEY {heyday=n} [n -DEYS] HIATAL <hiatus=n> [adj] HIATUS a gap or missing section [n -ES] : HIATAL [adj] HICCUP to make a peculiar-sounding, spasmodic inhalation [v -CUPED, -CUPING, -CU PS or -CUPPED, -CUPPING, -CUPS] HICKEY a {gadget=n} [n HICKEYS or HICKIES] HICKIE {hickey=n} [n -S] HIDDEN concealed; obscure [adj] : HIDDENLY [adv] HIDERS <hider=n> [n] HIDING a {beating=n} [n -S] HIEING <hie=v> [v] HIEMAL pertaining to winter [adj] HIGGLE to {haggle=v} [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES] HIGHER <high=adj> [adj] HIGHLY to a high degree [adv] HIGHTH {height=n} [n -S] HIGHTS <hight=v> [v] HIJABS <hijab=n> [n] HIJACK to seize a vehicle while in transit [v -ED, -ING, -S] HIJRAH {hegira=n} [n -S] HIJRAS <hijra=n> [n] HIKERS <hiker=n> [n] HIKING <hike=v> [v]

HILLED HILLER HILLOA HILLOS HILTED HINDER HINGED HINGER HINGES HINTED HINTER HIPPED HIPPER HIPPIE HIPPOS HIREES HIRERS HIRING HIRPLE HIRSEL HIRSLE HISPID HISSED HISSER HISSES HISTED HITHER HITMAN HITMEN HITTER HIVING HOAGIE HOARDS HOARSE HOAXED HOAXER HOAXES HOBBED HOBBER HOBBIT HOBBLE HOBNOB HOBOED HOBOES HOCKED HOCKER HOCKEY HODADS HODDEN HODDIN HOEING HOGANS HOGGED HOGGER HOGGET HOGNUT HOGTIE HOICKS HOIDEN HOISED

<hill=v> [v] one that {hills=v} [n -S] to {hallo=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <hillo=v> [v] <hilt=v> [v] to {impede=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <hinge=v> [v] one that {hinges=v} [n -S] <hinge=v> [v] <hint=v> [v] one that {hints=v} [n -S] <hip=v> [v] <hip=adj> [adj] a {nonconformist=n} [n -S] <hippo=n> [n] <hiree=n> [n] <hirer=n> [n] <hire=v> [v] to {limp=v} [v -PLED, -PLING, -PLES] to herd sheep [v -SELED, -SELING, -SELS or -SELLED, -SELLING, -SELS] to slide along [v -SLED, -SLING, -SLES] covered with stiff hairs [adj] <hiss=v> [v] one that {hisses=v} [n -S] <hiss=v> [v] <hist=v> [v] toward this place [adv] a professional killer [n HITMEN] <hitman=n> [n] one that {hits=v} [n -S] <hive=v> [v] a long sandwich [n -S] <hoard=v> [v] low and rough in sound [adj HOARSER, HOARSEST] : HOARSELY [adv] <hoax=v> [v] one that {hoaxes=v} [n -S] <hoax=v> [v] <hob=v> [v] one that {hobs=v} [n -S] a fictitious creature that lives underground [n -S] to {limp=v} [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] to associate in a friendly way [v -NOBBED, -NOBBING, -NOBS] <hobo=v> [v] <hobo=v> [v] <hock=v> [v] one that {hocks=v} [n -S] a game played on ice [n -EYS] <hodad=n> [n] a coarse cloth [n -S] {hodden=n} [n -S] <hoe=v> [v] <hogan=n> [n] <hog=v> [v] one that {hogs=v} [n -S] a young unshorn sheep [n -S] a hickory nut [n -S] to tie together the legs of [v -TIED, -TIEING or -TYING, -TIES] <hoick=v> [v] to {hoyden=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <hoise=v> [v]

HOISES HOISTS HOKIER HOKILY HOKING HOKUMS HOLARD HOLDEN HOLDER HOLDUP HOLIER HOLIES HOLILY HOLING HOLISM HOLIST HOLKED HOLLAS HOLLER HOLLOA HOLLOO HOLLOS HOLLOW v -ED, HOLMIC HOLPEN HOMAGE HOMBRE HOMELY HOMERS HOMEYS HOMIER HOMIES HOMILY HOMING HOMINY HOMMOS HONANS HONCHO HONDAS HONDLE HONERS HONEST HONEYS HONIED HONING HONKED HONKER HONORS HONOUR HOODED HOODIE HOODOO HOOEYS HOOFED HOOFER HOOKAH HOOKAS HOOKED HOOKER

<hoise=v> [v] <hoist=v> [v] <hokey=adj> [adj] <hokey=adj> [adv] <hoke=v> [v] <hokum=n> [n] the total quantity of water in the soil [n -S] <hold=v> [v] one that {holds=v} [n -S] a delay [n -S] <holy=adj> [adj] <holy=n> [n] in a holy manner [adv] <hole=v> [v] a philosophical theory [n -S] one who adheres to the theory of holism [n -S] : HOLISTIC [adj] <holk=v> [v] <holla=v> [v] to {yell=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {hallo=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {hallo=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <hollo=v> [v] not solid [adj -LOWER, -LOWEST] : HOLLOWLY [adv] / to make {hollow=adj} [ -ING, -S] <holmium=n> [adj] <help=v> [v] to pay tribute to [v -AGED, -AGING, -AGES] a fellow [n -S] {unattractive=adj} [adj -LIER, -LIEST] <homer=v> [v] <homey=n> [n] <homey=adj> [adj] <homie=n> [n] a {sermon=n} [n -LIES] <home=v> [v] hulled, dried corn [n -NIES] {hummus=n} [n -ES] <honan=n> [n] to take charge of [v -ED, -ING, -S] <honda=n> [n] to {haggle=v} [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] <honer=n> [n] {truthful=adj} [adj -ESTER, -ESTEST] : HONESTLY [adv] <honey=v> [v] <honey=v> [v] <hone=v> [v] <honk=v> [v] one that {honks=v} [n -S] <honor=v> [v] to {honor=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <hood=v> [v] a gray crow of Europe [n -S] to bring bad luck to [v -ED, -ING, -S] <hooey=n> [n] <hoof=v> [v] a professional dancer [n -S] a water pipe [n -S] <hooka=n> [n] <hook=v> [v] a prostitute [n -S]

HOOKEY {hooky=n} [n -EYS] HOOKUP an electrical assemblage [n -S] HOOLIE easy; slow [adj] HOOPED <hoop=v> [v] HOOPER one that {hoops=v} [n -S] HOOPLA {commotion=n} [n -S] HOOPOE a European bird [n -S] HOOPOO {hoopoe=n} [n -POOS] HOORAH to {hurrah=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOORAY to {hurrah=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOOTCH {hooch=n} [n -ES] HOOTED <hoot=v> [v] HOOTER one that {hoots=v} [n -S] HOOVED having hooves [adj] HOOVER to clean with a vacuum cleaner [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOOVES <hoof=n> [n] HOPERS <hoper=n> [n] HOPING <hope=v> [v] HOPPED <hop=v> [v] HOPPER one that {hops=v} [n -S] HOPPLE to {hobble=v} [v -PLED, -PLING, -PLES] HORAHS <horah=n> [n] HORARY hourly [adj] HORDED <horde=v> [v] HORDES <horde=v> [v] HORNED <horn=v> [v] HORNET a stinging insect [n -S] HORRID {repulsive=adj} [adj -RIDER, -RIDEST] : HORRIDLY [adv] HORROR a feeling of intense fear or repugnance [n -S] HORSED <horse=v> [v] HORSES <horse=v> [v] HORSEY {horsy=adj} [adj HORSIER, HORSIEST] HORSTE {horst=n} [n -S] HORSTS <horst=n> [n] HOSELS <hosel=n> [n] HOSERS <hoser=n> [n] HOSEYS <hosey=v> [v] HOSIER one that makes hose [n -S] HOSING <hose=v> [v] HOSTAS <hosta=n> [n] HOSTED <host=v> [v] HOSTEL to stay at inns overnight while traveling [v -TELED, -TELING, -TELS or -T ELLED, -TELLING, -TELS] HOSTLY pertaining to one who hosts [adj] HOTBED a bed of rich soil [n -S] HOTBOX an overheated bearing of a railroad car [n -ES] HOTDOG to perform in a showy manner [v -DOGGED, -DOGGING, -DOGS] HOTELS <hotel=n> [n] HOTROD a car modified for high speeds [n -S] HOTTED <hot=v> [v] HOTTER <hot=adj> [adj] HOTTIE an attractive person [n -S] HOUDAH {howdah=n} [n -S] HOUNDS <hound=v> [v] HOURIS <houri=n> [n] HOURLY a worker paid by the hour [n -LIES] HOUSED <house=v> [v] HOUSEL to administer the Eucharist to [v -SELED, -SELING, -SELS or -SELLED, -SEL LING, -SELS] HOUSER one who organizes housing projects [n -S]

HOUSES <house=v> [v] HOVELS <hovel=v> [v] HOVERS <hover=v> [v] HOWDAH a seat on an elephant or camel for riders [n -S] HOWDIE a midwife [n -S] HOWFFS <howff=n> [n] HOWKED <howk=v> [v] HOWLED <howl=v> [v] HOWLER one that {howls=v} [n -S] HOWLET an {owl=n} [n -S] HOYDEN to act like a tomboy [v -ED, -ING, -S] HOYLES <hoyle=n> [n] HRYVNA {hryvnia=n} [n -S] HUBBLY having an uneven surface [adj] HUBBUB an {uproar=n} [n -S] HUBCAP a covering for the hub of a wheel [n -S] HUBRIS {arrogance=n} [n -BRISES] HUCKLE the hip [n -S] HUDDLE to crowd together [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] HUFFED <huff=v> [v] HUGELY <huge=adj> [adv] HUGEST <huge=adj> [adj] HUGGED <hug=v> [v] HUGGER one that {hugs=v} [n -S] HUIPIL an embroidered blouse or dress of Mexico [n -S or -ES] HULKED <hulk=v> [v] HULLED <hull=v> [v] HULLER one that {hulls=v} [n -S] HULLOA to {hallo=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HULLOO to {hallo=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HULLOS <hullo=v> [v] HUMANE compassionate [adj -MANER, -MANEST] : HUMANELY [adv] HUMANS <human=n> [n] HUMATE a chemical salt [n -S] HUMBLE {modest=adj} [adj -BLER, -BLEST] / to reduce the pride of [v -BLED, -BLIN G, -BLES] HUMBLY in a humble manner [adv] HUMBUG to {deceive=v} [v -BUGGED, -BUGGING, -BUGS] HUMERI <humerus=n> [n] HUMMED <hum=v> [v] HUMMER one that {hums=v} [n -S] HUMMUS a paste of pureed chickpeas and tahini [n -ES] HUMORS <humor=v> [v] HUMOUR to {humor=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HUMPED <hump=v> [v] HUMPER one that {humps=v} [n -S] HUMPHS <humph=v> [v] HUMVEE a type of motor vehicle [n -S] HUNGER to {crave=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HUNGRY wanting food [adj -GRIER, -GRIEST] : HUNGRILY [adv] HUNKER to {squat=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HUNTED <hunt=v> [v] HUNTER one that {hunts=v} [n -S] HUPPAH {chuppah=n} [n -S] HURDLE to jump over [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] HURLED <hurl=v> [v] HURLER one that {hurls=v} [n -S] HURLEY {hurling=n} [n -LEYS] HURRAH to {cheer=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HURRAY to {hurrah=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S]

HURSTS <hurst=n> [n] HURTER one that {hurts=v} [n -S] HURTLE to rush violently [v -TLED, -TLING, -TLES] HUSHED <hush=v> [v] HUSHES <hush=v> [v] HUSKED <husk=v> [v] HUSKER one that {husks=v} [n -S] HUSSAR a cavalry soldier [n -S] HUSTLE to {hurry=v} [v -TLED, -TLING, -TLES] HUTTED <hut=v> [v] HUTZPA {chutzpah=n} [n -S] HUZZAH to {huzza=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] HUZZAS <huzza=v> [v] HYAENA {hyena=n} [n -S] : HYAENIC [adj] HYALIN {hyaline=n} [n -S] HYBRID the offspring of genetically dissimilar parents [n -S] HYBRIS {hubris=n} [n -BRISES] HYDRAE <hydra=n> [n] HYDRAS <hydra=n> [n] HYDRIA a water jar [n -DRIAE] HYDRIC pertaining to {moisture=n} [adj] HYDRID {hydride=n} [n -S] HYDROS <hydro=n> [n] HYENAS <hyena=n> [n] HYENIC <hyena=n> [adj] HYETAL pertaining to rain [adj] HYMENS <hymen=n> [n] HYMNAL a book of hymns [n -S] HYMNED <hymn=v> [v] HYOIDS <hyoid=n> [n] HYPERS <hyper=n> [n] HYPHAE <hypha=n> [n] HYPHAL <hypha=n> [adj] HYPHEN to connect words or syllables with a hyphen (a mark of punctuation) [v -E D, -ING, -S] : HYPHENIC [adj] HYPING <hype=v> [v] HYPNIC pertaining to sleep [adj] HYPOED <hypo=v> [v] HYSONS <hyson=n> [n] HYSSOP a medicinal herb [n -S] IAMBIC an {iamb=n} [n -S] IAMBUS an {iamb=n} [n -BUSES or -BI] IATRIC pertaining to medicine [adj] IBEXES <ibex=n> [n] IBICES <ibex=n> [n] IBIDEM in the same place [adv] IBISES <ibis=n> [n] ICEBOX a cabinet for cooling food [n -ES] ICECAP a covering of ice and snow [n -S] ICEMAN a man who supplies ice [n ICEMEN] ICEMEN <iceman=n> [n] ICHORS <ichor=n> [n] ICICLE a hanging spike of ice [n -S] : ICICLED [adj] ICIEST <icy=adj> [adj] ICINGS <icing=n> [n] ICKERS <icker=n> [n] ICKIER <icky=adj> [adj] ICKILY <icky=adj> [adv] ICONES <icon=n> [n] ICONIC <icon=n> [adj]

IDEALS IDEATE IDIOCY IDIOMS IDIOTS IDLERS IDLEST IDLING IDYLLS IFFIER IGGING IGLOOS IGNIFY IGNITE IGNORE IGUANA IHRAMS ILEXES ILIADS ILLEST ILLITE ILLUDE ILLUME IMAGED IMAGER IMAGES IMAGOS IMARET IMAUMS IMBALM IMBARK IMBEDS IMBIBE IMBODY IMBRUE IMBUED IMBUES IMIDES IMIDIC IMINES IMMANE IMMESH IMMIES IMMUNE IMMURE IMPACT IMPAIR IMPALA IMPALE IMPARK IMPART IMPAWN IMPEDE IMPELS IMPEND IMPHEE IMPING IMPISH IMPLED IMPONE

<ideal=n> [n] to form an idea [v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES] the condition of being an idiot [n -CIES] <idiom=n> [n] <idiot=n> [n] <idler=n> [n] <idle=adj> [adj] <idle=v> [v] <idyll=n> [n] <iffy=adj> [adj] <igg=v> [v] <igloo=n> [n] to {burn=v} [v -FIED, -FYING, -FIES] to set on fire [v -NITED, -NITING, -NITES] to refuse to notice [v -NORED, -NORING, -NORES] a tropical lizard [n -S] <ihram=n> [n] <ilex=n> [n] <iliad=n> [n] <ill=adj> [adj] a group of minerals [n -S] : ILLITIC [adj] to {deceive=v} [v -LUDED, -LUDING, -LUDES] to {illuminate=v} [v -LUMED, -LUMING, -LUMES] <image=v> [v] one that {images=v} [n -S] <image=v> [v] <imago=n> [n] a Turkish inn [n -S] <imaum=n> [n] to {embalm=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {embark=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] <imbed=v> [v] to {drink=v} [v -BIBED, -BIBING, -BIBES] to {embody=v} [v -BODIED, -BODYING, -BODIES] to {stain=v} [v -BRUED, -BRUING, -BRUES] <imbue=v> [v] <imbue=v> [v] <imide=n> [n] <imide=n> [adj] <imine=n> [n] great in size [adj] to {enmesh=v} [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <immy=n> [n] one who is protected from a disease [n -S] to {imprison=v} [v -MURED, -MURING, -MURES] to pack firmly together [v -ED, -ING, -S] to make worse [v -ED, -ING, -S] an African antelope [n -S] to pierce with a pointed object [v -PALED, -PALING, -PALES] to confine in a park [v -ED, -ING, -S] to make known [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {pawn=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to obstruct the progress of [v -PEDED, -PEDING, -PEDES] <impel=v> [v] to be imminent [v -ED, -ING, -S] an African grass [n -S] the process of grafting [n -S] {mischievous=adj} [adj] : IMPISHLY [adv] <implead=v> [v] to {wager=v} [v -PONED, -PONING, -PONES]

IMPORT IMPOSE IMPOST IMPROV IMPUGN IMPURE IMPUTE INANER INANES INARCH INARMS INBORN INBRED INCAGE INCANT INCASE INCENT INCEPT INCEST INCHED INCHER INCHES INCISE INCITE INCLIP INCOGS INCOME INCONY INCUBI INCULT INCURS INCUSE INDABA INDEED INDENE INDENT INDICT INDIES INDIGN INDIGO INDITE INDIUM INDOLE INDOLS INDOOR INDOWS INDRIS INDUCE INDUCT INDUED INDUES INDULT INERTS INFALL INFAMY INFANT INFARE INFECT INFERS INFEST

to bring into a country from abroad [v -ED, -ING, -S] to establish as compulsory [v -POSED, -POSING, -POSES] to determine customs duties [v -ED, -ING, -S] {improvisation=n} [n -S] to make insinuations against [v -ED, -ING, -S] not pure [adj IMPURER, IMPUREST] : IMPURELY [adv] to credit to a person or a cause [v -PUTED, -PUTING, -PUTES] <inane=adj> [adj] <inane=n> [n] to graft with in a certain way [v -ED, -ING, -ES] <inarm=v> [v] existing in one from birth [adj] a product of inbreeding [n -S] to {encage=v} [v -CAGED, -CAGING, -CAGES] to utter ritually [v -ED, -ING, -S] to {encase=v} [v -CASED, -CASING, -CASES] to provide with an incentive [v -ED, -ING, -S] to take in [v -ED, -ING, -S] sexual intercourse between closely related persons [n -S] <inch=v> [v] something having a specified number of inches [n -S] <inch=v> [v] to cut into [v -CISED, -CISING, -CISES] to arouse to action [v -CITED, -CITING, -CITES] to {clasp=v} [v -CLIPPED, -CLIPPING, -CLIPS] <incog=n> [n] a sum of money earned regularly [n -S] {pretty=adj} [adj] <incubus=n> [n] {uncultivated=adj} [adj] <incur=v> [v] to mark by stamping [v -CUSED, -CUSING, -CUSES] a meeting of South African tribes [n -S] in truth [adv] a {hydrocarbon=n} [n -S] to cut or tear irregularly [v -ED, -ING, -S] to charge with a crime [v -ED, -ING, -S] <indie=n> [n] {disgraceful=adj} [adj] : INDIGNLY [adv] a blue dye [n -GOS or -GOES] to write or compose [v -DITED, -DITING, -DITES] a metallic element [n -S] a chemical compound [n -S] <indol=n> [n] pertaining to the interior of a building [adj] <indow=v> [v] <indri=n> [n] to influence into doing something [v -DUCED, -DUCING, -DUCES] to bring into military service [v -ED, -ING, -S] <indue=v> [v] <indue=v> [v] a privilege granted by the pope [n -S] <inert=n> [n] movement under the influence of gravity toward a celestial object [n -S] the state of being {infamous=adj} [n -MIES] a child in the earliest stages of life [n -S] a reception for newlyweds [n -S] to contaminate with disease-producing germs [v -ED, -ING, -S] <infer=v> [v] to overrun in large numbers [v -ED, -ING, -S]

INFILL INFIRM INFLOW INFLUX INFOLD INFORM INFUSE INGATE INGEST INGLES INGOTS INGULF INHALE INHAUL INHERE INHUME INIONS INJECT INJURE INJURY INKERS INKIER INKING INKJET INKLES INKPOT INLACE INLAID INLAND INLAYS INLETS INLIER INMATE INMESH INMOST INNAGE INNATE INNERS INNING INPOUR INPUTS INROAD INRUNS INRUSH INSANE INSEAM INSECT INSERT INSETS INSIDE INSIST INSOLE INSOUL INSPAN INSTAL INSTAR INSTEP INSTIL INSULT INSURE

pertaining to the filling in of vacant land [adj] to weaken or destroy the validity of [v -ED, -ING, -S] the act of flowing in [n -S] a flowing in [n -ES] to fold inward [v -ED, -ING, -S] to supply with information [v -ED, -ING, -S] to permeate with something [v -FUSED, -FUSING, -FUSES] a channel by which molten metal enters a mold [n -S] to take into the body [v -ED, -ING, -S] <ingle=n> [n] <ingot=v> [v] to {engulf=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S] to take into the lungs [v -HALED, -HALING, -HALES] a line for bringing in a sail [n -S] to be inherent [v -HERED, -HERING, -HERES] to {bury=v} [v -HUMED, -HUMING, -HUMES] <inion=n> [n] to force a fluid into [v -ED, -ING, -S] to do or cause injury to [v -JURED, -JURING, -JURES] harm inflicted or suffered [n -RIES] <inker=n> [n] <inky=adj> [adj] <ink=v> [v] being a high-speed printing process using jets of ink [adj] <inkle=n> [n] an {inkwell=n} [n -S] to {enlace