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World English-language
Scrabble Players Association

New
Collins Scrabble Words

INITIATION KIT
May 2015
Compiled by David Sutton under direction of
the WESPA Dictionary Committee
Based on the WESPA wordlist, copyright of Harper Collins 2015,
and published with permission of HarperCollins publishers
A SELECTION OF USEFUL WORDS
FROM OVER 3,000 ADDITIONAL 2-8 LETTER WORDS ALLOWED IN
COLLINS SCRABBLE WORDS (CSW)
2015 EDITION
SCRABBLE is a registered trademark of J W Spears & Sons Ltd, a Mattel company
This booklet is copyright of WESPA May 2015

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INTRODUCTION
It is with great pleasure that we present the initiation kit for CSW15.
There are no deletions to get tripped up on, this time round.
With 4171 new words of 3-9 letters, this is larger than the last update, but much smaller
than some previous ones.
I am very grateful to David Sutton for producing this kit, and to our dictionary team of Darryl
Francis, Allan Simmons and David Sutton for producing the updated word list on time as
always.
It is intended that the new list will be used in WESPA-rated tournaments from 1 September
2015, or before if individual associations are ready and wish to do so.
With best wishes,
Elie Dangoor
WESPA Chairman

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The Purpose of this Booklet


The transition from the 2012 version of the Collins Scrabble Tournament & Club Word List
(hereinafter referred to as CSW12) to the 2015 version (hereinafter referred to as CSW15)
involves 6500 new words in total, of which 4171 are of length 3 to 9 letters (there are no
new 2-letter words). There are no deletions of existing words.
There are already over 150,000 words of 9 letters or fewer in CSW12. Most average
players are familiar with only a fraction of those and can play a very good game at their
level through focusing on just those words most useful for Scrabble. Thus it is suggested
that you need only be familiar with a few hundred of the unique CSW15 words to play a
solid game under the new word rules. In most game situations, knowledge of at least the
new 3-letter words will be very important, together with some acquaintance with the most
likely new bonus words; even given no more than that, the wealth of words already
available will enable players to still play a strong CSW15 game.
This initiation kit focuses on the most useful CSW15 unique words which will assist players
in adapting to the new word rules. Dont feel you have to learn them all at once. Introduce a
few into your game as you go, you will soon realise the most useful ones and also learn
more from what your opponents are playing.
The format of the booklet is very similar to that used for the CSW12 version, offering:

definitions for all new threes, fours and fives

new unique hooks for twos, threes, fours and fives

definitions for the new multi-vowel sevens and eights

new S hooks for all lengths up to and including seven letters

lists of unique CSW15 7-letter words and 8-letter words from the top 10000 words

a tabulated summary of the impacts on words of 2 to 8 letters already existing in


CSW12, e.g. changes to parts of speech involving new inflections. This is aimed at
more seasoned players with a good knowledge of CSW12, and can be ignored by
those simply wanting a rundown on the most important elements of the new additions

There is inevitably some repetition of content between the above sections, but this should
serve to reinforce the new information.

Version History
21/04/2015 First issue.
25/06/2015 Reissued with some corrections to the Impacts section, removing some
duplicate entries and fixing a small number of errors.

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INDEX OF LISTS
o

THREEs with definitions

FOURs with definitions

FIVEs with definitions

HOOKS to TWOs, THREEs, FOURs and FIVEs

JQXZ with definitions

VOWEL-HEAVY FOURs, FIVEs, SEVENs and EIGHTs with definitions

New -S hooks to CSW12 words

7-LETTER words from 6-letter stems

7-LETTER words from TOP 10000

8-LETTER words from 7-letter stems

8-LETTER words from TOP 10000

Impacts of new CSW15 words on existing CSW12 words

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DEFINITIONS
Collins English Dictionary (12th edition, 2014) Harper
Collins Publishers Ltd was a key source for definitions.
Definitions for those words not to be found in Collins
have been taken from Chambers Dictionary (13th edition)
or in the case of those words only to be found in US
sources, from Merriam Websters Official Scrabble
Players Dictionary (5th edition). Some definitions have
been modified for simplicity and conformity with house
style.

adj
adv
aka
coll
esp
intj
n
phr

Key of abbreviations used in definitions


Plural
pl
Adjective
Preposition
prep
Adverb
Pronoun
pron
Also known as
S can be added
s
Colloquial
Usually
usu
Especially
Verb
v
Interjection
Verb form
vf
Noun
Phrase

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
WESPA wishes to thank the following who have made this booklet possible for
the benefit of Scrabble players worldwide:
David Sutton (list compilation and definitions)
Allan Simmons (layout design, checking)
Darryl Francis (additional checking and proofreading)

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THREE, FOUR AND FIVE-LETTERS WORDS UNIQUE TO CSW15


(showing if they take an S or not)
THREE-LETTER WORDS [31 Words]
AJI
CAF
CAL
DEP
DUM
EEW
FOO
GRR
LUN
MMM
NAV
NUG
NYM

s n
s n
phr
s n
adj
intj
s n
intj
s n
intj
s n
s n
phr

OMA
OPA
ORG
PAK
PWN
RYU
SEV
SHO

s
s
s
s
s
s
s

SIG s
TIZ
VOG s
VOM s
WAZ
WUZ
XED
YAS
YER
YEZ

a spicy pepper
a cafeteria or cafe
(short for) calorie, as in low cal
a convenience store
cooked with steam
an interjection used to express disgust
a name for a temporary computer variable or file
an interjection used to express anger or annoyance
a lee
an interjection expressing agreement or enjoyment
(short for) navigation
a chunk of wood sawn from a log
as in nym war, a dispute about the right to publish material on the Internet
under a fictitious name
n
(German) a grandmother
n
(German) a grandfather
n
(short for) an organization
n
(coll) a pack
v
(slang) to dominate or humiliate an opponent esp in online gaming
n
(Japanese) a school of martial arts
n
(Hindi) an Indian food of deep-fried strands of flour
adj
a nonstandard spelling of sure, representing its pronunciation in the
southern US
n
a short personalized message at the end of an email, a signature
n
a state of confusion
n
air pollution caused by volcanic dust
v
(short for) to vomit
v
(dialect) to urinate
vf
a nonstandard spelling of was, representing dialect or informal
pronunciation
vf
X, to delete, cross out
pl
YA, an Asian pear
adj
(coll) your
intj (coll) yes

FOUR-LETTER WORDS [99 Words]


ABER
ACRO
AGRO
AJIS
AUGH
BAWK
BAZZ
BEAL
BIBE

s n
s n
s n
pl
intj
s n
v
s n
s n

an estuary
a skiing event in which a skier performs acrobatic moves to music
a student of agricultural studies
AJI, a spicy pepper
an interjection expressing despair or frustration
an Atlantic seabird
to throw (as a stone)
an infected sore
a type of banshee whose crying is an omen of death

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BOBO s n

a well-to-do person who holds bohemian values and leads a bourgeois


life
BRAP
intj an exclamation used to imitate the sound of a burst of gunfire from an
automatic weapon
CAFS
pl
CAF, a cafe
CAMI s n
(short for) camisole
CAZH
adj
(slang) casual
CHEM s n
(short for) a chemistry class or course
CINQ s n
(French) the number five
CRIP s n
(coll) a cripple
CRON s n
in computing, a command used to schedule a job that is executed at a
certain time, or periodically
DEPS
pl
DEP, a convenience store
DEVI s n
a Hindu goddess
DEVO s n
(short for) devolution, as in devo max, an arrangement in which a central
government transfers the maximum amount of authority to a regional
government while still retaining sovereignty over it
DOBE s n
an unburned, sun-dried brick made of clay and straw
DOCU s n
(coll) a documentary film
DOSA s n
an Indian pancake made from rice flour
EEEW
intj an interjection used to express disgust
ENTS
pl
(coll) entertainments
FILK s n
a type of popular music that parodies folk songs
FOOS
pl
FOO, a name for a temporary computer variable or file
FUSK s v
to obtain data from (a website) by using a fusker
GACH
v
to behave boastfully
GIFS
pl
GIF, a type of computer image
GORS
pl
GOR, a seagull
GRIZ
n
a grizzly bear
GYNO s n
a gynecologist
GYPO s n
a small-time logging operator
HAUN s n
(Scots) a hand
HMMM
intj an interjection expressing thoughtful consideration
HOIS
vf
HOI, to urge, incite
HOLO s n
(short for) hologram
HORK s v
to spit
ICKS
pl
ICK, something sticky or disgusting
KAPU s n
a Hawaiian set of rules for daily life
KRAI s n
an administrative district in Russia
KRAY s n
an administrative district in Russia
LEDE s n
the introductory section of a news story
LEVS
pl
LEV, a unit of Bulgarian currency
LOLZ
pl
(slang) amusement derived from mischievous or provocative behaviour
on the Internet
LULZ
pl
(slang) amusement derived from mischievous or provocative behaviour
on the Internet
LUNS
pl
LUN, a lee
MECH s n
(short for) mechanic
MOHO s n
a boundary separating the earth's crust and the mantle
NAES
pl
NAE, no
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NANO
NAVS
NEWB
NUGS
NYAH
OBVS
OFFA
OMAS
OPAS
ORGS
OUTA
OXIC
PAKS
PALI
PERC
POHS
PWNS
REFI
RENO
ROID

s n
pl
s n
pl
intj
adv
prep
pl
pl
pl
prep
adj
pl
s n
s n
vf
vf
s n
s n
phr

RUDI s n
RUDY

RYUS
SEVS
SHEN
SHHH
SIGS
SKED
SKOG
SOJU
SUMI
TASE
TIYN
TREM
TROU
TURR
VAPE
VIFF
VOGS
VOMS
WAAH
WASM
WAZZ
WOAH
YAGE
YEOW
ZEDA

pl
pl
n
intj
pl
v
v
n
n
v
n
n
pl
n
v
v
pl
vf
intj
n
v
intj
n
intj
n

s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s

s
s
s

the science that deals with materials on an atomic or molecular scale


NAV, navigation
a newbie
NUG, a chunk of wood sawn from a log
an interjection used to express contempt for another
(coll) obviously
off, off from
OMA, a grandmother
OPA, a grandfather
ORG, an organization
an informal contraction of out of
denoting a process involving oxygen
PAK, a pack
(Hawaiian) a cliff in Hawaii
(short for) perchloride, a chemical used in dry cleaning
POH, to reject contemptuously
PWN, to dominate or humiliate an opponent esp in online gaming
(short for) refinancing
a renovated house
as in roid rage, angry and aggressive behaviour caused by the use of
anabolic steroids
(In Jamaica) a member of a group of lower- or working-class teenagers in
the 1960s, noted for listening to ska music and for juvenile delinquency
(In Jamaica) a member of a group of lower- or working-class teenagers in
the 1960s, noted for listening to ska music and for juvenile delinquency
RYU, a school of Japanese martial arts
SEV, an Indian food of deep-fried strands of flour
the spiritual element of a person's psyche. No -S
an interjection requesting quietness
SIG, a short personalized message at the end of an email, a signature
to schedule
to shelter
a Korean vodka distilled from rice or sweet potato
a type of black Japanese ink
to stun with a gun that fires electrified darts
a monetary unit of Kazakhstan
an electric guitar lever for producing a tremolo
(short for) trousers
(Canadian) a Newfoundland name for the guillemot
to inhale nicotine vapour (from an electronic cigarette)
to change direction abruptly of a VTOL aircraft
VOG, air pollution caused by volcanic dust
VOM, to vomit
an interjection used to express wailing
an obsolete belief; an out-of-fashion 'ism'
(dialect) to urinate
a call to stop
a tropical vine of the Amazon region
an interjection used to express pain or shock
(Yiddish) a grandfather

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FIVE-LETTER WORDS [271 Words]


ABERS
pl
ACROS s pl

ABER, an estuary
ACRO, a skiing event in which a skier performs acrobatic moves to
music
ADBOT s n
a specialized computer program that inflicts ads on users
AGROS
pl
AGRO, a student of agricultural studies
AIYEE
intj an interjection used to express great alarm
ALVAR s n
an area of exposed limestone
ANURA
pl
frogs and toads
ARCHI
pl
ARCO, the bow of a stringed instrument
ARROZ
n
(Spanish) rice
ARVEE s n
(short for) recreational vehicle (RV)
ASCON s n
a type of sponge
ASURA s n
a Hindu demon
ATMOS
n
(short for) atmosphere
AYAYA s n
(Inuit) a type of singing among the Inuit
BAISA s n
a unit of currency in Oman, worth one-thousandth of a rial
BARFI s n
(Hindi) an Indian dessert made from milk solids and sugar
BAWKS
pl
BAWK, an Atlantic seabird
BEALS
pl
BEAL, an infected sore
BEINS
vf
BEIN, to fill
BEZZY
n
(slang) one's best friend
BIBES
pl
BIBE, a type of banshee whose crying is an omen of death
BLECH
intj an interjection expressing disgust
BOBOS
pl
BOBO, a well-to-do person who holds bohemian values and leads a
bourgeois life
BOGUE s n
a Mediterranean fish
BOPPY
adj
suggestive of bebop
BOXLA s n
a form of indoor lacrosse
BUBBE s n
(Yiddish) a Jewish grandma
BURFI s n
(Hindi) an Indian dessert made from milk solids and sugar
BUTOH s n
(Japanese) a style of modern Japanese dance
CAPRI s phr
as in capri pants, women's tapering trousers ending above the ankle
CAURI s n
a former monetary unit of Guiana
CHEMS
pl
CHEM, a chemistry class or course
CHING s n
a high-pitched ringing sound
CHOIL s n
the end of a knife blade nearer the handle
CHONS
pl
CHON, a Korean monetary unit
CHUTS
vf
CHUT, to utter an expression of impatience
CINQS
pl
CINQ, the number five
CLUEY
adj
(Australian slang) well-informed and adroit
COADY
n
a sauce made from molasses
COQUI s n
a small arboreal frog
COYAU s n
a steep roof design
CRIPS
pl
CRIP, a cripple
CRONS
pl
CRON, a command used to schedule a job that is executed at a certain
time, or periodically
CRUDO s n
sliced, uncooked seafood often served with a sauce
CRUFT s n
technical material that is redundant, old or inferior
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CRYER s n
CUNIT s n
CUZES
pl
DECAN s n
DEMOI
pl
DENCH
adj
DESIS
pl
DEVIS
DEVOS
DHIKR
DIELS
DIMBO
DOBES
DOCUS
DOGAN
DOSAI
DOSAS
DOSHA
DREER
DROKE
DRYAS
DULCE
EALED
EENSY
EJIDO
ELVEN
EMERG
EMICS
EMOJI

pl
pl
s n
pl
s n
pl
pl
s n
pl
pl
s n
adj
s n
n
s n
vf
adj
s n
adj
s n
pl
s n

EQUES
ETHNE
ETICS
EXFIL s
EZINE
FACTA
FAFFY
FILKS
FLANE
FLEUR
FREON
FUDGY
FUSKS
GALED
GARES
GARMS

n
pl
pl
v

s n
pl
adj
pl
s v
s n
s n
adj
vf
vf
pl
pl

one that cries


one hundred cubic feet
CUZ, cousin
one of three equal 10-degree divisions of a sign of the zodiac
DEMOS, the people, esp contemptuously
(slang) excellent
DESI, a person of Indian, Pakistani or Bangladeshi birth who lives
abroad
DEVI, a Hindu goddess
DEVO, devolution, as in devo max, an arrangement in which a central
government transfers the maximum amount of authority to a regional
government while still retaining sovereignty over it
a Sufi religious ceremony
DIEL, a 24-hour period, in relation to animal behaviour patterns
an unintelligent person
DOBE, an unburned, sun-dried brick made of clay and straw
DOCU, a documentary film
a derogatory term for a person who follows the Catholic faith
DOSA, an Indian pancake made from rice flour
DOSA, an Indian pancake made from rice flour
each of three energies believed in Ayurveda to circulate in the body
DREE, dreary
a grove of trees
a flowering alpine plant
a sweet food or drink
EALE, to ail
(coll) very small
(Spanish) a piece of land farmed communally in Mexico
resembling an elf
the section of a hospital that deals with emergencies
a type of linguistic analysis
a standardized image with a specific meaning, used in electronic
communication
a member of the privileged military class of ancient Rome
ETHNOS, a group of people who share a common culture
ETIC, a type of linguistic analysis
to remove (data) from a computer, network, etc surreptitiously and
without permission or unlawfully
a magazine available only in electronic form, for example on the Internet
FACTUM, a statement of the facts of a case being appealed
awkward and time-consuming to do or use
FILK, a type of popular music that parodies folk songs
to walk idly, saunter
(French) a flower
(tradename) an aerosol propellant
resembling fudge (a soft, sweet candy)
FUSK, to obtain data from (a website) by using a fusker
GALE, to frolic playfully
GARE, a dock-basin on a waterway
(slang) clothes

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GATCH
GAUCH
GINCH
GITCH
GONCH
GOTCH
GOTHY
GROVY
GUMMI
GURDY
GYNOS
GYPOS
HALWA
HAPPI
HAUNS
HOIED
HOLME
HOLOS
HOPAK
HORKS
IMPRO
IXNAY
JEEZE
JEONS
JOCKY
JOCOS
JURES
KADAI
KAPOW
KAPUS
KEYER
KIACK
KOKAM
KRAIS
KRAYS
KUBIE
KUMIS

v
v
n
n
n
n
adj
adj
n
n
pl
pl
n
n
pl
vf
n
pl
n
vf
n
intj
intj
pl
adj
pl
pl
n
n
pl
n
n
n
pl
pl
n
n

to behave boastfully
to behave boastfully
underpants
underpants
underpants
underpants
(coll) relating to Gothic music or fashion
like a grove
s
a rubbery, flavored candy
a winch on a fishing boat
GYNO, a gynecologist
GYPO, a small-time logging operator
s
(Hindi) a sweet Indian dish
s
(Japanese) a loose Japanese coat
HAUN, a hand
HOI, to urge, incite
s
an island in a river
HOLO, a hologram
s
a Ukrainian dance
HORK, to spit
s
(short for) improvisation
not!
an interjection expressing consternation
JEON, a monetary unit of S Korea
resembling an athlete
JOCO, a joke
JURE, jurisprudence
s
a wok-like copper utensil used in Asian cookery; a dish prepared in this
s
a sudden sharp sound
KAPU, a Hawaiian set of rules for daily life
s
a device that turns a circuit on and off
s
a fish of the herring family
s
an East Indian tree
KRAI, an administrative district in Russia
KRAY, an administrative district in Russia
s
a kubasa on a bun
s
(Russian) an intoxicating fermented or distilled liquor originally made by
the Tartars from mare's or camel's milk
LADDY
adj
laddish in behaviour
LAHAL s n
a team game played by the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest
LARNT
vf
LARN, to learn
LASSY
n
molasses
LATUS
pl
LATU, an edible Asian seaweed, having small green berrylike capsules
LEDES
pl
LEDE, the introductory section of a news story
LEGGO
intj (short for) let's go
LEMME
intj (short for) let me
LEVAS
pl
LEV, a unit of Bulgarian currency
LIPES
pl
LIPE, a lurching or jerking movement
LOCHE s n
a fish of the cod family
LOCIE s n
an engine used in logging
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LOCIS
pl
LOOKY
intj
LOTSA
n
LOTTA
n
LOVIE s n
LUMBI
pl

LOCI, an engine used in logging


an interjection: look at this
(coll) a lot of
(coll) a lot of
an endearment, love
LUMBUS, the part of the lower back and sides between the pelvis and
the ribs
LUXED
vf
LUX, to clean with a vacuum cleaner
LUXER
adj
more LUXE, deluxe
MALUS
n
a financial penalty incurred by a trader, investor, or banker when an
investment or deal results in a loss
MANEB s n
a powder for killing fungi
MARRA s n
a Northern English dialect form of mate
MAUSY
adj
foggy, misty
MAUZY
adj
foggy, misty
MAWNS
pl
MAWN, a regional measure of capacity
MECHS
pl
MECH, a mechanic
MIKVA s n
(Hebrew) a place for ritual bathing by Orthodox Jews
MIRID s n
a variety of leaf bug
MOCHI s n
(Japanese) a confection made with rice flour and sweetened bean
paste
MOHOS
pl
MOHO, a boundary separating the earth's crust and the mantle
MOILE s n
a type of rice pudding made with almond milk
MOLED
vf
MOLE, to elicit bit by bit
MOLYS
pl
MOLY, molybdenum
MONIC
adj
denoting a type of polynomial
MULIE s n
a western North American deer
MUZAK s n
piped background music
NANOS
pl
NANO, science that deals with materials on an atomic or molecular
scale
NEWBS
pl
NEWB, a newbie
NINER s n
a student in the ninth grade
NUMMY
adj
delicious
OUTTA
prep an informal contraction of out of
PALIS
pl
PALI, a cliff in Hawaii
PALSA s n
a landform of subarctic regions
PAREN s n
(short for) parenthesis
PASKA s n
(Russian) a Russian dessert eaten at Easter
PELAU s n
a dish made with meat, rice, and pigeon peas
PEPSI s n
(offensive slang) a French Canadian, from the brand of soft drink
PERCS
pl
PERC, a chemical used in dry cleaning
PEROG s n
(Russian) a large Russian pie, stuffed with meat, fish, eggs, or cabbage;
PERVO s n
a pervert
PHISH
v
to engage in phishing
PHIZZ
n
(coll) physiognomy, face
PILAE
pl
PILA, an anatomical structure like a pillar in form
PISSY
adj
soiled with urine; inferior, nasty
PITOT s n
a tube used to measure the pressure of a fluid stream
PLATT
phr
in Scots adjectival phrase SCALE AND PLATT, applied to stairs with
straight flights and landings
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PLOYE
PLUOT
POHED
POOPY
PORIN
PUFFA
PULLY
PWNED
QAJAQ
RANGS
RAVEY
REFIS
RENOS
REORG
RESUS
RETOX

s n
s n
vf
adj
s n
phr
n
vf
s n
pl
adj
pl
pl
s v
n
v

a buckwheat pancake
a hybrid fruit of plum and apricot
POH, to reject contemptuously
stupid or ineffectual
any of a class of proteins through which molecules can diffuse
as in puffa jacket, a warm quilted and padded jacket
(coll) a pullover
PWN, to dominate or humiliate an opponent esp in online gaming
(Inuit) a kayak
RANG, a row of long lots along a road
characteristic of a rave
REFI, refinancing
RENO, a renovated house
to reorganize
(short for) resuscitation room
to embark on a binge of drink, drugs, or unhealthy food after a period of
abstinence
REZES
pl
REZ, a (Native American) reservation
RIDIC
adj
(slang) ridiculous
ROWIE s n
(Scots) a bread roll made with butter and fat
RUBLI
pl
RUBEL, a currency unit of Belarus
RUDIS
pl
RUDI, a member of a group of lower- or working-class teenagers in the
1960s, noted for listening to ska music and for juvenile delinquency
SAKTI s n
(Hindu) the wife of a god in Hinduism
SALAT s n
(Arabic) a set of prayers performed by Muslims five times a day while
facing towards Mecca
SALUT
intj an interjection expressing friendship before a drink
SCROB s v
to scrape with or as with claws
SEIZA s n
(Japanese) a kneeling position in Japanese martial arts
SHERO
n
a woman regarded as a hero
SHMOE s n
(Yiddish) a stupid or boring person
SHOJO
n
(Japanese) manga intended primarily for girls
SICKY
n
a day off work
SISTA s n
an African-American woman
SKEDS
vf
SKED, to schedule
SKOGS
vf
SKOG, to shelter
SLOMO s n
a slow-motion film
SMORG s n
(short for) smorgasbord
SOCES
pl
SOC, sociology
SOJUS
pl
SOJU, a Korean vodka distilled from rice or sweet potato
SPECT s v
a nonstandard form of expect
STEYS
pl
STEY, a ladder
SUETE s n
a southeasterly wind in areas of Cape Breton Island
SUMIS
pl
SUMI, a type of black Japanese ink
SUSED
vf
SUS, to arrest for suspicious behaviour
SWILE s n
a seal (marine animal)
SYCON s n
a type of sponge
TABIS
pl
TABI, a kind of sock worn with Japanese sandals
TAKKY
n
(South African) a tennis shoe or plimsoll
TASED
vf
TASE, to stun with a gun that fires electrified darts
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TASES
TASSA
TASSO
THANX
TIYNS
TIZES
TRAYF
TREMS
TREYF
TSUBO
TUILE
TULSI
TURRS
TWEEP
TWERK
UMPHS
UNDOS

vf
s n
s n
intj
pl
pl
adj
pl
adj
s n
s n
s n
pl
s n
s v
pl
pl

TASE, to stun with a gun that fires electrified darts


(Hindi) a large Indian kettledrum, worn hanging round the neck
spicy cured pork
(coll) thank you
TIYN, a monetary unit of Kazakhstan
TIZ, a state of confusion
not prepared according to Jewish law
TREM, an electric guitar lever for producing a tremolo
not prepared according to Jewish law
(Japanese) a unit of area
a thin cookie made with almonds
a type of basil
TURR, a Newfoundland name for the guillemot
one who uses Twitter
to thrust the hips up and down from a squatting position
UMPH, oomph
UNDO, a computer feature that allows the user to reverse the effect of
the last action
UNICA
pl
UNICUM, a unique example or specimen
URBEX
n
(short for) urban exploration, a recreational activity in which people
explore derelict urban structures such as abandoned sewers or
underground railways
VAPED
vf
VAPE, to inhale nicotine vapour (from an electronic cigarette)
VAPER s n
one who vapes, inhales nicotine vapour from an electronic cigarette
VAPES
vf
VAPE, to inhale nicotine vapour (from an electronic cigarette)
VENDU s n
(Canadian) derogatory for a Quebecois who is viewed as having sold
out or become assimilated to English-Canadian society
VIFFS
vf
VIFF, to change direction abruptly of a VTOL aircraft
WADGE s n
a large or roughly-cut portion
WASMS
pl
WASM, an obsolete belief; an out-of-fashion 'ism'
WHOWS
vf
WHOW, to impress
WHYDA s n
an African bird
WOJUS
adj
(Irish slang) of a poor quality or low standard
WOOPY
n
a well-off older person
YAGES
pl
YAGE, a tropical vine of the Amazon region
YARAK s n
a fit condition for hunting - used of a hawk
YEESH
intj an interjection used to express frustration
YOBBY
adj
resembling a yob
ZAIDA s n
(Yiddish) a grandfather
ZAIDY
n
(Yiddish) a grandfather
ZEDAS
pl
ZEDA, a grandfather
ZENDO s n
a place where Zen buddhists study
ZOWEE
intj an interjection of surprise
ZUPPA s n
(Italian) a kind of fish soup

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UNIQUE CSW HOOKS TO


TWOs, THREEs, FOURs AND FIVEs
(new CSW15 words, and new CSW15 hooks to existing CSW12 words, are shown in upper case bold)

TWOS
C-al
Y-as
de-P
X-ed
ee-W
Y-er
S-ho
O-ma
M-mm
mm-M
na-V
nu-G
ny-M
om-A
V-om
F-oo
op-A
or-G
pa-K
O-pa
sh-O
si-G
ti-Z
N-ug
D-um
L-un
ya-S
ye-R
ye-Z
R-yu
THREES
W-aah
G-ach
Y-age
h-AJI
AJI-S
C-ami
V-ape
B-awk
bib-E
bob-O
bra-P
CAF-e
CAF-f
CAF-S
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CAL-f
CAL-k
CAL-l
CAL-m
CAL-o
CAL-p
CAL-x
cam-I
caz-H
che-M
DEP-S
dev-I
dev-O
dob-E
doc-U
dos-A
DUM-a
DUM-b
DUM-p
M-ech
E-EEW
D-evo
fil-K
FOO-d
FOO-l
FOO-S
FOO-t
gif-S
gor-S
GRR-l
gyp-O
C-hem
S-hen
hmm-M
hoi-S
ick-S
V-iff
G-ifs
F-ilk
S-ked
led-E
lev-S
LUN-a
LUN-e
LUN-g
LUN-k
LUN-S
LUN-t

LUN-y
O-mas
H-MMM
nae-S
nan-O
NAV-e
NAV-S
NAV-y
new-B
s-NUG
NUG-S
D-obe
B-obo
off-A
M-oho
P-ohs
H-ois
b-OMA
c-OMA
h-OMA
l-OMA
n-OMA
r-OMA
s-OMA
OMA-S
V-oms
F-oos
d-OPA
OPA-h
OPA-l
OPA-S
ORG-S
ORG-y
G-ors
out-A
PAK-S
pal-I
O-pas
per-C
poh-S
PWN-S
K-rai
B-rap
K-ray
ref-I
T-rem
ren-O
C-rip

G-riz
rud-I
rud-Y
RYU-S
SEV-S
she-N
shh-H
SHO-d
SHO-e
SHO-g
SHO-o
SHO-p
SHO-t
SHO-w
SIG-h
SIG-n
SIG-S
sum-I
tas-E
TIZ-z
A-ugh
N-ugs
L-uns
O-uta
VOG-S
VOM-S
was-M
WAZ-Z
a-XED
e-XED
yag-E
N-yah
e-YAS
n-YAS
p-YAS
r-YAS
d-YER
YER-d
e-YER
YER-k
o-YER
t-YER
o-YEZ
R-yus
zed-A

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FOURS
c-ABER
s-ABER
ABER-S
t-ABER
m-ACRO
ACRO-S
F-acta
L-addy
F-affy
Y-ages
AGRO-S
Z-aida
h-AJIS
M-alus
V-aped
V-aper
V-apes
Y-arak
arch-I
G-ares
G-arms
f-AUGH
h-AUGH
k-AUGH
l-AUGH
s-AUGH
AUGH-t
w-AUGH
B-awks
M-awns
barf-I
BAWK-S
BEAL-S
bein-S
BIBE-S
BOBO-l
BOBO-S
CAMI-s
CHEM-o
CHEM-S
chin-G
chon-S
chut-S
CINQ-S
clue-Y
CRIP-e
s-CRIP
CRIP-S
CRON-e
CRON-k
CRON-S
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CRON-y
crud-O
demo-I
desi-S
DEVI-l
DEVI-S
DEVO-n
DEVO-S
DEVO-t
diel-S
a-DOBE
DOBE-S
DOCU-S
DOSA-I
DOSA-S
dosh-A
dree-R
eale-D
emic-S
b-ENTS
c-ENTS
d-ENTS
f-ENTS
g-ENTS
h-ENTS
k-ENTS
p-ENTS
r-ENTS
s-ENTS
t-ENTS
v-ENTS
w-ENTS
J-eons
etic-S
D-evos
K-eyer
fact-A
faff-Y
FILK-S
flan-E
FUSK-S
gale-D
gare-S
GORS-e
GORS-y
goth-Y
GRIZ-e
GYNO-S
GYPO-S
HAUN-S
HAUN-t
C-hems
S-hero

C-hing
P-hish
P-hizz
HOIS-e
HOIS-t
holm-E
c-HOLO
HOLO-n
HOLO-S
C-hons
HORK-S
W-hows
C-huts
d-ICKS
h-ICKS
k-ICKS
l-ICKS
m-ICKS
n-ICKS
p-ICKS
r-ICKS
s-ICKS
t-ICKS
w-ICKS
S-icky
F-ilks
G-inch
M-irid
G-itch
jeez-E
jeon-S
jock-Y
joco-S
jure-S
KAPU-S
KAPU-t
S-keds
koka-M
KRAI-S
KRAI-t
KRAY-S
F-lane
larn-T
lass-Y
latu-S
B-lech
g-LEDE
LEDE-S
leva-S
lipe-S
loch-E
loci-E
loci-S

look-Y
lots-A
luxe-D
luxe-R
mane-B
mawn-S
MECH-S
E-mics
miri-D
moch-I
MOHO-S
moil-E
mole-D
moly-S
NANO-S
NEWB-S
nine-R
s-NUGS
D-obes
B-obos
L-oche
OFFA-l
P-ohed
OMAS-a
b-OMAS
c-OMAS
h-OMAS
l-OMAS
n-OMAS
s-OMAS
d-OPAS
c-OUTA
t-OXIC
PALI-S
pals-A
pare-N
pela-U
peps-I
PERC-e
PERC-h
PERC-S
perv-O
phis-H
phiz-Z
pila-E
piss-Y
plat-T
ploy-E
poop-Y
puff-A
pull-Y
K-rais
rang-S
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rave-Y
K-rays
REFI-S
REFI-t
REFI-x
T-rems
RENO-S
C-rips
a-ROID
d-ROID
D-roke
RUDI-e
RUDI-S
c-RUDY
D-ryas
a-SHEN
SHEN-d
SHEN-t
shmo-E
sick-Y
sist-A
a-SKED
SKED-S
t-SKED
SKOG-S
SOJU-S
spec-T
stey-S
suet-E
SUMI-S
A-sura
tabi-S
TASE-D
TASE-r
TASE-S
tass-A
tass-O
than-X
E-tics
TIYN-S
tray-F
TREM-a
TREM-S
trey-F
TROU-t
TURR-S
twee-P
umph-S
undo-S
C-unit
G-urdy
J-ures
S-used
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VAPE-D
VAPE-R
VAPE-S
vend-U
VIFF-S
WASM-S
T-weep
whow-S
S-wile
YAGE-r
YAGE-S
ZEDA-S
E-zine
FIVES
c-ABERS
j-ABERS
s-ABERS
t-ABERS
F-ablet
G-ached
G-aches
achoo-S
m-ACROS
ACROS-s
ADBOT-S
addio-S
G-adman
G-admen
agast-S
agrin-S
Z-aidas
W-alley
ALVAR-S
v-ALVAR
amaut-I
G-ambos
amino-S
G-angle
H-angry
ANURA-l
ANURA-n
K-apeek
V-apers
V-aping
Y-araks
ARCHI-l
arear-S
M-arras
ARVEE-S
g-ASCON
m-ASCON

ASCON-S
ASURA-S
C-auris
F-avels
S-axman
S-axmen
AYAYA-S
BAISA-S
BARFI-S
bazoo-M
beige-R
besti-E
bifid-A
birse-D
blank-Y
blate-D
blate-S
bloop-Y
boeuf-S
BOGUE-S
borel-S
BOXLA-S
broth-A
BUBBE-S
bumbo-Y
BURFI-S
burst-Y
BUTOH-S
CAPRI-c
CAPRI-d
CAPRI-s
CAURI-S
chico-T
a-CHING
e-CHING
i-CHING
CHING-S
chins-E
CHOIL-S
chuse-D
clonk-Y
COQUI-S
coude-S
covin-E
COYAU-S
s-CRIPS
croon-Y
CRUDO-S
CRUFT-S
s-CRYER
CRYER-S
CUNIT-S
daint-S

daynt-S
DECAN-e
DECAN-i
DECAN-S
DECAN-t
deere-S
deshi-S
DESIS-t
DEVIS-e
DHIKR-S
diact-S
DIMBO-S
dingo-S
a-DOBES
DOGAN-S
dopes-T
DOSHA-S
drees-T
DROKE-S
DULCE-S
DULCE-t
dumka-S
f-EALED
g-EALED
h-EALED
m-EALED
n-EALED
p-EALED
s-EALED
v-EALED
t-EENSY
w-EENSY
EJIDO-S
EMERG-e
EMERG-S
EMOJI-S
D-erned
P-erned
m-ETICS
EXFIL-S
K-eyers
EZINE-S
fable-T
fakey-S
favel-S
Y-feres
fixit-S
FLANE-D
FLANE-s
fleme-D
FLEUR-S
FLEUR-y
flitt-S
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flote-D
A-focal
frack-S
frape-D
frape-S
FREON-S
fungo-S
gadjo-S
gambo-S
A-gasts
GAUCH-e
GAUCH-o
ginzo-S
glace-D
goats-E
gonzo-S
GOTCH-a
gramp-Y
grege-D
grege-S
A-grins
gular-S
GUMMI-S
HALWA-S
HAPPI-S
S-hasta
haute-R
C-hings
HOLME-S
c-HOLOS
t-HOLOS
S-hoosh
Z-hoosh
HOPAK-S
H-icker
V-idiot
IMPRO-S
IMPRO-v
incut-S
M-irids
D-jibba
jives-T
JOCOS-e
jomon-S
KADAI-S
KAPOW-S
KEYER-S
KIACK-S
kippa-H
klieg-S
KOKAM-S
KUBIE-S
KUMIS-s
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kurus-H
G-laced
S-LAHAL
LAHAL-S
S-laids
B-lanky
c-LASSY
g-LASSY
B-lated
f-LATUS
g-LEDES
F-lemed
leuco-N
lingo-S
c-LIPES
s-LIPES
lites-T
c-LOCHE
LOCHE-S
LOCIE-S
p-LOOKY
B-loopy
LOVIE-R
LOVIE-S
C-lowed
S-lurve
f-LUXED
luxes-T
MANEB-S
MARRA-m
MARRA-S
melon-Y
MIKVA-h
MIKVA-S
A-minos
MIRID-S
MOCHI-e
MOCHI-S
MOILE-d
MOILE-r
s-MOILE
MOILE-S
motey-S
MULIE-S
munch-Y
MUZAK-S
MUZAK-y
myoid-S
myrrh-Y
ngwee-S
NINER-S
S-nitty
nomen-S

S-noose
noyau-X
nutso-S
L-oches
ocrea-S
P-ohing
ollie-D
R-ollie
N-omens
ossia-S
otaku-S
C-ovine
C-ozzie
PALIS-h
PALSA-S
panda-N
PAREN-S
PAREN-t
PASKA-S
E-pater
PELAU-S
pelon-S
PEPSI-n
PEPSI-S
PEROG-i
PEROG-S
PEROG-Y
PERVO-S
phase-R
piste-D
PITOT-S
plica-S
PLOYE-d
PLOYE-S
PLUOT-S
ponga-L
PORIN-a
PORIN-g
PORIN-S
press-Y
proll-Y
prune-Y
pukka-H
QAJAQ-S
quate-S
F-racks
k-RANGS
o-RANGS
p-RANGS
w-RANGS
F-raped
F-rapes
A-rears

D-reest
G-reges
P-rehab
REORG-S
p-REZES
t-REZES
i-RIDIC
B-roast
D-rokes
f-ROWIE
ROWIE-S
rubai-S
RUDIS-h
RUDIS-T
rumpo-T
SAKTI-S
SALAT-S
SALUT-e
satyr-E
scaff-Y
schwa-G
scopa-S
scraw-B
SCROB-e
SCROB-S
SEIZA-S
sengi-S
shack-Y
SHMOE-s
shoos-H
SISTA-S
slaid-S
SLOMO-S
SMORG-S
snack-Y
soole-R
souse-R
soyle-D
a-SPECT
SPECT-S
stake-R
sting-E
stomp-Y
stool-Y
SUETE-S
A-suras
swack-S
SWILE-r
SWILE-S
SYCON-S
S-taker
tanto-S
targa-S
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s-TASES
u-TASES
TASSA-S
TASSO-S
tenes-I
thong-Y
U-tiles
S-tinge
traps-E
TREYF-A
S-trine
tsadi-K
TSUBO-S

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TUILE-S
TULSI-S
TWEEP-S
TWERK-S
twink-Y
C-ummed
b-UMPHS
h-UMPHS
s-UMPHS
t-UNICA
C-units
G-unked
T-unket

S-using
utile-S
vakas-S
VAPER-S
VENDU-e
VENDU-S
viral-S
virga-E
vomit-Y
wacke-D
S-wacks
WADGE-S
S-wally

watch-A
T-weeps
WHYDA-h
WHYDA-S
S-wiles
s-WOOPY
YARAK-S
yfere-S
ZAIDA-S
ZENDO-S
E-zines
ZUPPA-S

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JQXZ WORDS UNIQUE TO CSW15


UP TO 5 LETTERS
[37 WORDS]
J Words [14 words]

AJI

s n

a spicy pepper

AJIS
SOJU

pl
s n

AJI, a spicy pepper


a Korean vodka distilled from rice or sweet potato

EJIDO s n
EMOJI s n

(Spanish) a piece of land farmed communally in Mexico


a standardized image with a specific meaning, used in electronic
communication
JEEZE
intj an interjection expressing consternation
JEONS
pl
JEON, a monetary unit of S Korea
JOCKY
adj
resembling an athlete
JOCOS
pl
JOCO, a joke
JURES
pl
JURE, jurisprudence
QAJAQ s n
(Inuit) a kayak
SHOJO
n
(Japanese) manga intended primarily for girls
SOJUS
pl
SOJU, a Korean vodka distilled from rice or sweet potato
WOJUS
adj
(Irish slang) of a poor quality or low standard
Q Words [5 Words]
CINQ

s n

CINQS
pl
COQUI s n
EQUES
n
QAJAQ s n

(French) the number five


CINQ, the number five
a small arboreal frog
a member of the privileged military class of ancient Rome
(Inuit) a kayak

X Words [10 Words]


XED

vf

X, to delete, cross out

OXIC

adj

denoting a process involving oxygen

BOXLA s n
EXFIL s v
IXNAY
intj
LUXED
vf
LUXER
adj
RETOX
v
THANX
URBEX

a form of indoor lacrosse


to remove (data) from a computer, network, etc surreptitiously
not!
LUX, to clean with a vacuum cleaner
more LUXE, deluxe
to embark on a binge of drink, drugs, or unhealthy food after a period of
abstinence
intj (coll) thank you
n
(short for) urban exploration

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Z Words [28 Words]


TIZ
WAZ
WUZ

n
v
v

YEZ

a state of confusion
(dialect) to urinate
a nonstandard spelling of was, representing dialect or informal
pronunciation
intj (coll) yes

BAZZ
CAZH
GRIZ
LOLZ

v
adj
n
pl

LULZ

pl

WAZZ
ZEDA
ARROZ
BEZZY
CUZES
EZINE
JEEZE
MAUZY
MUZAK
PHIZZ
REZES
SEIZA
TIZES
ZAIDA
ZAIDY
ZEDAS
ZENDO
ZOWEE
ZUPPA

v
s n

s
s
s
s
s
s

n
n
pl
n
intj
adj
n
n
pl
n
pl
n
n
pl
n
intj
n

to throw (as a stone)


(slang) casual
a grizzly bear
(slang) amusement derived from mischievous or provocative behaviour
on the Internet
(slang) amusement derived from mischievous or provocative behaviour
on the Internet
(dialect) to urinate
a grandfather
rice
(slang) one's best friend
CUZ, cousin
a magazine available only in electronic form, for example on the Internet
an interjection expressing consternation
foggy, misty
piped background music
(coll) physiognomy, face
REZ, a (Native American) reservation
(Japanese) a kneeling position in Japanese martial arts
TIZ, a state of confusion
a grandfather
a grandfather
ZEDA, a grandfather
a place where Zen buddhists study
an interjection of surprise
(Italian) a kind of fish soup

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VOWEL-HEAVY WORDS
UNIQUE TO CSW15
FOUR, FIVE, SEVEN AND EIGHT-LETTER WORDS
[369 WORDS]
FOURS
3-vowels
EEEW
OUTA

[2 WORDS]
intj an interjection used to express disgust
prep an informal contraction of out of

FIVES [1 WORD]
4-vowels
AIYEE

intj an interjection used to express great alarm

FIVES [34 WORDS]


3-vowels
ANURA
ARVEE
ASURA
AYAYA
BAISA
BOGUE
CAURI
COQUI
COYAU
DEMOI
DOSAI
EALED
EJIDO
EMOJI

pl
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
pl
pl
vf
s n
s n

frogs and toads


(short for) recreational vehicle (RV)
a Hindu demon
(Inuit) a type of singing among the Inuit
a unit of currency in Oman, worth one-thousandth of a rial
a Mediterranean fish
a former monetary unit of Guiana
a small arboreal frog
a steep roof design
DEMOS, the people, esp contemptuously
DOSA, an Indian pancake made from rice flour
EALE, to ail
(Spanish) a piece of land farmed communally in Mexico
a standardized image with a specific meaning, used in electronic
communication
EQUES
n
(Latin) a member of the privileged military class of ancient Rome
EZINE s n
a magazine available only in electronic form, for example on the Internet
HOIED
vf
HOI, to urge, incite
JEEZE
intj an interjection expressing consternation
KADAI s n
a wok-like copper utensil used in Asian cookery; a dish prepared in this
KUBIE s n
a kubasa on a bun
LOCIE s n
an engine used in logging
LOVIE s n
an endearment, love
MOILE s n
a type of rice pudding made with almond milk
MULIE s n
a western North American deer
OUTTA
prep an informal contraction of out of
PELAU s n
a dish made with meat, rice, and pigeon peas
PILAE
pl
PILA, an anatomical structure like a pillar in form
ROWIE s n
(Scots) a bread roll made with butter and fat
SEIZA s n
(Japanese) a kneeling position in Japanese martial arts
SUETE s n
a southeasterly wind in areas of Cape Breton Island
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s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s

TUILE s n
UNICA
pl
ZAIDA s n
ZOWEE
intj
SEVENS
5-vowels

a thin cookie made with almonds


UNICUM, a unique example or specimen
a grandfather
an interjection of surprise

[1 WORD]

AERADIO s n a Canadian radio service for pilots


SEVENS
4-vowels

[78 WORDS]

ACUATED
ACUATES
ADIOSES
AEROBUS
AETATIS
AIRSOME
AKEBIAS
ALIASED
AMAUTIK
AMAUTIS
ANIMATI
ARMERIA
AXELIKE
AZURIES
BEAUTER
BIGUINE
CAKEAGE

CARIBOO
COADIES
COTEAUS
DOILIED
DUALLIE
EARHOLE
ECOZONE
ECUMENE
EENSIER
EMOCORE

s n
pl
pl
adj
s n
s n
s n
s n
adj
s n

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s

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vf
pl
n
adj
adj
pl
vf
n
pl
pl
n
adj
pl
adj
n
n

ENSUITE s n
FAIRIER
adj
FOODOIR s n
GEOCODE s v
GEODATA
pl
GOATIES
pl
GOOKIER
adj

ACUATE, to sharpen
ACUATE, to sharpen
ADIOS, goodbye
a type of monorail that is suspended by an overhead cable
at the age of
cold
AKEBIA, a climbing shrub
ALIAS, to assign an assumed name to
(Inuit) an Inuit womans parka
AMAUTI, an Inuit womans parka
ANIMATO, a musical passage played in a lively manner
the generic name for the plant thrift
like an axe in form
AZURY, a bluish colour
more BEAUT, beautiful
(French) a dance of French West Indian origin
a charge levied in a restaurant for serving cake (such as a birthday
cake) brought in from outside the premises
(American Indian) a large deer found in Canada
COADY, a sauce made from molasses
COTEAU, uplands; higher ground of a region
having a doily
a pickup truck with double rear wheels
the external opening of the ear
a regional ecosystem
an inhabited area
more EENSY, very small
a type of music combining traditional hard rock with personal and
emotional lyrics
a room, as a bathroom, adjoining another room
more FAIRY, of or like a fairy
a book or blog that combines a personal memoir with a series of
recipes
to assign geographical co-ordinates to (a digital data set)
information about the geographical location of objects
GOATY, a goatee beard
more GOOKY, sticky, messy

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HAULOUT s n
the action of hauling a boat out of water
HEEDIER
adj more HEEDY, heedful, careful
KAWAIIS
pl
KAWAII, in Japanese culture, the quality of being cute
KETAINE
adj being in poor taste
LIENEES
pl
LIENEE, in law, a party against whom a lien has been placed
LOIASES
pl
LOIASIS, a tropical African disease
LOIASIS
n
a tropical African disease
MAUSIER
adj more MAUSY, foggy, misty
MAUZIER
adj more MAUZY, foggy, misty
MECHOUI s n
(Canadian) a meal of meat roasted on a spit
MELAENA s n
a condition marked by black tarry stool
MOOBIES
pl
overdeveloped breasts on a man, caused by excess weight or lack of
exercise
NANOBEE s n
an artificial nanoparticle containing a toxin found in bee stings, used to
target and destroy precancerous cells
NIAGARA s n
a deluge or outpouring
NOILIES
pl
NOILY, a kind of wine
OAKLEAF
n
the leaf of the oak
OAKWOOD s n
the wood of the oak
ODONATA
pl
insects of an order of predacious insects that includes dragonflies
ONESIES
pl
ONESIE, a soft, loose-fitting, one-piece garment worn by adults for
sleeping or lounging
ORATURE s n
oral forms of literature such as folklore
OUGIYAS
pl
OUGIYA, a monetary unit of Mauretania
OUNDIER
adj more OUNDY, wavy
OXAZOLE s n
a liquid chemical compound
PEEPTOE
adj denoting a shoe or sandal in which the toe is not covered
PEROGIE s n
(Russian) a small dumpling with a filling
PIANOLA s n
a type of player piano
POOPIER
adj more POOPY, stupid or ineffectual
QUINZIE s n
a shelter made by hollowing out a pile of snow
RADIOES
vf
RADIO, to transmit by radio
RESCUEE s n
one that is rescued
ROASTIE s n
(coll) a roast potato
SAECULA
pl
SAECULUM, an astronomical or geological age
SEAFOAM s n
foam formed on the sea
SEGUGIO s n
(Italian) an Italian breed of dog
SHOOTIE s n
a fashionable shoe that covers the ankle
SICARIO s n
(Spanish) a hired gunman or assassin esp in Latin America
TAENITE s n
a nickel-iron alloy found in meteorites
TEEVEES
pl
TEEVEE, television
TOULADI s n
(American Indian) a lake trout of N. America, aka togue
TOUPIES
pl
TOUPIE, a round boneless smoked ham
TUNEAGE s n
(A piece of) recorded music that one likes
VIDALIA s n
a sweet onion from Vidalia, Georgia
WOOABLE
adj capable of being wooed
ZAIDIES
pl
ZAIDY, a grandfather

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EIGHTS
5-vowels
AENEUSES
AERADIOS
ARIARIES
AUTODIAL
AUTOLOAD
BAHOOKIE
ECOTOPIA
EUROZONE
KABLOOIE
MONILIAE

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pl
pl
pl
v
v
n
n
n
intj
pl

OUTASITE
adj
PAURAQUE s n
RENEAGUE s v
EIGHTS
4-vowels

AENEUS, a kind of aquarium fish


AERADIO, a Canadian radio service for pilots
ARIARY, a currency of Madagascar
to dial a telephone number automatically
to load automatically
(coll) the buttocks
an ecologically ideal region or type of society
the area formed by the countries using the euro
an interjection expressing an abrupt happening
MONILIA, a fungus of the Monilia genus, having conidia in
branched chains
amazing, excellent
a long-tailed nocturnal bird
to go back on a promise etc

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ABSEILER s n
ACUATING
vf
AFFOGATO s n
AGARWOOD s n

one that abseils


ACUATE, to sharpen
(Italian) a dessert made by pouring espresso coffee over ice cream
a soft, resinous wood of an Asian tree, known for its aromatic
qualities, and used in incense
AMAUTIKS
pl
AMAUTIK, an Inuit womans parka
AMMOLITE s n
the fossilised shell of an ammonite
ANIMATOS
pl
ANIMATO, a musical passage played in a lively manner
ANODISER s n
something that anodises
ANODIZER s n
something that anodises
ARMERIAS
pl
ARMERIA, the generic name for the plant thrift
ASCONOID
adj
like an ascon, a type of sponge
AUTOBANK s n
a machine offering cash and other banking services
AUTOBODY
n
the shell of a motor vehicle
AVERAGER s n
in maritime law, a person who calculates average claims
BACALHAU s n
(Spanish) salted cod
BALAYAGE s v
to highlight hair by painting bleach or dye onto sections with a brush
BARRIQUE s n
a wine barrel
BASEHEAD s n
a habitual user of freebase or crack
BASELOAD s n
the permanent load on power supplies
BEAUTEST
adj
most BEAUT, beautiful
BEEHIVED
adj
having a hairdo shaped like a beehive
BEERSIES
pl
(NZ slang) beers
BELAMOUR s n
(Spenser) a beloved
BIGUINES
pl
BIGUINE, a dance of French West Indian origin
BIOWASTE s n
waste composed chiefly of organic matter
BLOOPIER
adj
more BLOOPY, being a hit that is a short fly ball
BRIARIER
adj
more BRIARY, full of briars
BUILDOUT s n
a process of expansion or growth
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CAKEAGES

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CAKEHOLE
CALLALOU
CANOEMAN
CANOEMEN
CARIBOOS
CASSIOPE
CHIMENEA
CIPAILLE

s n
s n
n
pl
pl
s n
s n
s n

CLEANOUT
CLEAROUT
COCOONER
COPIABLE
CORAMINE

s n
s n
s n
n
s n

CORONIAL
CROONIER
CRUISIER
CURATION
DEGOUTED
DEHAIRED
DESEEDER
DIATREME
DUALLIES
EARHOLES
ECOZONES
ECTOGENE

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adj
adj
adj
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vf
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pl
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ECUMENES
EENSIEST
EIRENICS

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adj
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EMESISES
EMOCORES

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pl

ENSUITES
pl
EPATERED
vf
EROTICAS
pl
ESSOINED
vf
EUROLAND s n
EVENTIVE
adj
EXOGENIC
adj
EXPOSOME s n
FABRIQUE s n
FACETIME s v
FAILOVER s n
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CAKEAGE, a charge levied in a restaurant for serving cake (such


as a birthday cake) brought in from outside the premises
a person's mouth
a crabmeat soup
a canoeist
CANOEMAN, a canoeist
CARIBOO, a large deer found in Canada
an evergreen shrub
a freestanding fireplace for outdoor use
(French) a pie with layers of meat and pastry, a traditional Quebec
dish
the act of cleaning something out
the action of removing unwanted material from a place
one who retreats to the private world of the family
capable of being copied
a circulatory stimulant banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency,
hence preventing its use by athletes
of or relating to a coroner
more CROONY, having or being a soft singing style
more CRUISY, frequented by homosexuals looking for partners
the work of a curator
DEGOUT, to make (something) into drops
DEHAIR, to remove the hair from
one that deseeds
a volcanic vent produced by gaseous explosions
DUALLIE, a pickup truck with double rear wheels
EARHOLE, the external opening of the ear
ECOZONE, a regional ecosystem
a gene involved in the development of an embryo in artificial
conditions
ECUMENE, an inhabited area
most EENSY, very small
eirenical theology, concerned with promoting peace between
churches
EMESIS, the act of vomiting
EMOCORE, a type of music combining traditional hard rock with
personal and emotional lyrics
ENSUITE, a room, as a bathroom, adjoining another room
EPATER, to shock complacent people
EROTICA, erotic books, art etc
ESSOIN, to excuse for not appearing in court
the area formed by the countries using the euro
denoting an event
formed or occurring on the surface of the earth
a collection of environmental factors, such as stress and diet, to
which an individual is exposed and which can have an effect on
health
a parish group that deals with church property
to communicate with (a person) using the FaceTime application
a procedure by which a computer system automatically transfers
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control to a backup system on detecting a failure


most FAIRY, of or like a fairy
a pipe through which something is supplied to a machine or system,
for instance steam to an engine, or oil to a tank
FEMINIES
pl
FEMINIE, women collectively
FIREHOSE s n
a hose used by firefighters
FIREREEL s n
a fire engine
FOODOIRS
pl
FOODOIR, a book or blog that combines a personal memoir with a
series of recipes
FORCEOUT s n
a play by which a runner in baseball is forced out
FRAPEAGE s n
the practice of altering information in a persons profile on a social
networking website without his or her permission
FRIULANO s n
a mild Italian cheese
FURPIECE s n
an item of clothing made out of fur
GAMEBOOK s n
a book of strategies used by a sports team
GAMIFIED
vf
GAMIFY, to adapt (a task) so that it takes on the form of a game
GAMIFIES
vf
GAMIFY, to adapt (a task) so that it takes on the form of a game
GENIPAPO s n
a tropical American tree; its orange-like fruit
GEOCACHE s v
to search for hidden objects using GPS
GEOCODED
vf
GEOCODE, to assign geographical co-ordinates to (a digital data
set)
GEOCODES
vf
GEOCODE, to assign geographical co-ordinates to (a digital data
set)
GOOFUSES
pl
GOOFUS, a foolish or stupid person
GOOKIEST
adj
most GOOKY, sticky, messy
GUARACHA s n
(Spanish) a flat-heeled sandal
GUARACHE s n
(Spanish) a flat-heeled sandal
GUARACHI s n
(Spanish) a flat-heeled sandal
HALIEROV
pl
HALIER, a former monetary unit of Slovakia
HALIOTES
pl
HALIOTIS, a genus of molluscs
HAULOUTS
pl
HAULOUT, the action of hauling a boat out of water
HAWEATER s n
a resident of Manitoulin Island, Ontario
HEEDIEST
adj
most HEEDY, heedful, careful
HUMOUSES
pl
HUMOUS, a Middle Eastern hors d'oeuvre of pureed chickpea and
sesame oil
ICESCAPE s n
a landscape covered in ice
INOTROPE s n
a drug for controlling the force of muscular contractions
INUKSUIT
pl
INUKSUK, a stone used by Inuit people to mark a location
JAMBEAUS
pl
JAMBEAU, armour for the legs below the knees, a greave
JUDICARE s n
government-paid legal services
JUNIORED
vf
JUNIOR, (of a lawyer) to assist the lead lawyer on a case
KABLOOEY
intj an interjection expressing an abrupt happening
KABLOONA s n
(Inuit) a person who is not Inuit
KABOODLE s n
a crowd or collection
KISKADEE s n
a kind of large flycatcher
KNEEROOM s n
space to put one's knees
LAIDLIER
adj
more LAIDLY, loathly
LAKEHEAD s n
the shore of a lake furthest from the outlet
LAKEVIEW
adj
overlooking a lake
LEADABLE
adj
able to be led
FAIRIEST
adj
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LEAVENER s n
LERNAEAN
adj
LEUCOSES
pl
LEUCOSIS
n
LEUCOTIC
adj
LIMONIUM s n
LINEMATE s n
LIQUITAB s n
LOADABLE
LOCAVORE
MAILBOAT
MAMATEEK
MANUCODE
MAUSIEST
MAUZIEST
MAXIBOAT
MEAGERER
MEATHOOK
MECHOUIS
MELAENAS
MESOSAUR
MINISODE

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s

adj
n
n
n
n
adj
adj
n
adj
n
pl
pl
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MINUETED
vf
MIOSISES
pl
MOBISODE s n
MONAMINE s n
MOONGATE s n
MOUSSEUX
n
NANOBEES
pl
NEUROIDS
pl
NIAGARAS
pl
NITREOUS
phr
NONARIES
pl
OAKINESS
n
OAKWOODS
pl
OBESOGEN s n
OCHEROID
adj
ODORISER s n
ODORIZER s n
OESTRUAL
adj
OLLIEING
OMPHALOI
ONCOMICE
OOLICHAN s

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one who leavens, has a tempering influence


in Greek myth, relating to Lerna, the swamp or lake near Argos in
which dwelt the Hydra which Hercules slew
LEUCOSIS, leukaemia
leukaemia
relating to leucosis, leukaemia
a sea plant with brightly coloured funnel-shaped flowers
a hockey player on the same line as another
a plastic packet containing a portion of detergent for use in a
washing machine or dishwasher
that can be loaded
a person who will eat only food produced locally
a boat that carries mail
a type of wigwam
a bird of Paradise
most MAUSY, foggy, misty
most MAUZY, foggy, misty
a large racing yacht
more MEAGER, scanty
a hook on which to hang meat
MECHOUI, a meal of meat roasted on a spit
MELAENA, a condition marked by black tarry stool
an extinct aquatic reptile
a heavily abridged version of a television episode, esp as broadcast
on the Internet
MINUET, to dance a minuet
MIOSIS, excessive contraction of the pupil of the eye
an episode of a TV show made for downloading and viewing on
mobile phones
an amine containing only one amino group
a circular gate in a wall
a sparkling wine
NANOBEE, an artificial nanoparticle containing a toxin found in bee
stings, used to target and destroy precancerous cells
NEUROID, either of the halves of a neural arch
NIAGARA, a deluge or outpouring
as in nitreous silica, another name for quartz glass
NONARY, a group of nine
the quality or state of being oaky
OAKWOOD, the wood of the oak
a substance that causes abnormal weight gain
of or like ocher
something that odorises
something that odorizes
pertaining to oestrus, a period of sexual excitement and ovulation in
animals
OLLIE, to perform a jump into the air in skateboarding
OMPHALOS, a central point, a navel
ONCOMOUSE, a mouse bred for cancer treatment research
(American Indian) the north Pacific candlefish
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ORATURES
OTOLOGIC
OUNDIEST
OWRECAME
OXAZOLES
PAGODITE s

pl
adj
adj
vf
pl
n

PALEOCON
PEABRAIN
PENSIONI
PIANOLAS
PIXELATE
PIXILATE
PODIUMED

s n
s n
pl
pl
s v
s v
vf

POLICIER
POOPIEST
PURLIEUX
QUADRATI
QUEENCUP
QUINZHEE
QUINZIES
RADIUSED
RAINSUIT
RECOLOUR
RECOUPES

s n
adj
pl
pl
s n
s n
pl
vf
s n
s v
pl

REITERED
REMAILER
REQUINTO
RESCUEES
REUPTOOK
RIBULOSE
ROASTIES
ROUGHOUT
ROUSABLE
RUFOUSES
SAGEHOOD
SASANQUA
SAUROIDS
SEAFOAMS
SEAWEEDY
SEEDHEAD

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vf
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adj
pl
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pl
pl
adj
n

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SEGUGIOS
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SEPTORIA s n
SERPULAE
pl
SHOOTIES
pl
SHOUTOUT s n
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ORATURE, oral forms of literature such as folklore


relating to otology, the science of the ear
most OUNDY, wavy
OWRECOME, to overcome
OXAZOLE, a liquid chemical compound
a soft, greenish, greyish or yellowish mineral, thought to be a
variety of pinite, known particularly for its use by the Chinese for
carving
an extremely right-wing conservative
a stupid person
PENSIONE, a boarding-house
PIANOLA, a type of player piano
to divide an image into pixels for display in a digital format
to divide an image into pixels for display in a digital format
PODIUM, to win a place on the victors' podium by finishing in the
leading places in a sporting competition
a film featuring police investigating crimes
most POOPY, stupid or ineffectual
PURLIEU, a neighbourhood; a suburb
QUADRATUS, the name of several quadrangular muscles
a flowering plant, aka clintonia
a shelter made by hollowing out a pile of snow
QUINZIE, a shelter made by hollowing out a pile of snow
RADIUS, to give a rounded form to
a waterproof jacket and pants
to colour again
RECOUPE, the act of keeping back or withholding something which
is legally due to someone
REITER, to reiterate
an Internet service that forwards emails anonymously
a small guitar
RESCUEE, one that is rescued
REUPTAKE, to take up again
a type of sugar
ROASTIE, a roast potato
an unfinished roughly shaped artifact
capable of being roused
RUFOUS, a reddish-brown colour
the state of being wise
(Japanese) a kind of camellia
SAUROID, a type of fish
SEAFOAM, foam formed on the sea
abounding in seaweed
a seed-containing part of some plants that develops after flowering
or fruiting
SEGUGIO, an Italian breed of dog
a type of fungus
SERPULA, a member of a genus of marine annelids or tubeworms
SHOOTIE, a fashionable shoe that covers the ankle
a public greeting, esp one broadcast via television or radio
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SICARIOS
SIDEBONE
SIDEMEAT
SKEEVIER
SKIDOOER
STEERIER
TAENITES
TAILHOOK
TANAISTE

pl
s n
s n
adj
s n
adj
pl
s n
s n

TEARLIKE
TENORINI
TENORINO
TIBIALES
TIBIALIS
TONIFIED
TONIFIES
TOOLCASE s
TORQUIER
TOULADIS
TREELINE s
TUNEAGES
UMBELULE s
UNBUSIED
UNBUSIER
UNBUSIES
UNIMODAL
UNMIRIER
UNSEXIER
UROBORIC
VIDALIAS
VIDEOCAM s
VIEWBOOK s
WEEDHEAD s
WEEDLINE s
WIRELINE s
WOUNDIER
YESSIREE
ZOOMABLE

SICARIO, a hired gunman or assassin esp in Latin America


ossification of the lateral cartilages in a horses foot
meat cut from the side of the pig
more SKEEVY, repulsive, disgusting
one that rides on a snowmobile
STEERY, busy or bustling
TAENITE, a nickel-iron alloy found in meteorites
a hook lowered from the tail of an aircraft to engage a braking cable
in Irish politcs, the vice-Taoiseach or deputy prime minister of the
Republic of Ireland
adj
resembling a tear
pl
TENORINO, a high tenor
n
a high tenor
pl
TIBIALIS, a muscle in the calf of the leg
n
a muscle in the calf of the leg
vf
TONIFY, to give tone to
vf
TONIFY, to give tone to
n
a case for tools
adj
more TORQUEY, providing force to cause rotation
pl
TOULADI, a lake trout of N. America
n
the line marking the altitude above which trees will not grow
pl
TUNEAGE, recorded music that one likes
n
a secondary umbel
vf
UNBUSY, to make less busy
adj
more UNBUSY, not busy
vf
UNBUSY, to make less busy
adj
having or involving one mode
adj
more UNMIRY, not miry
adj
more UNSEXY, not sexy
n
of or like a uroboros, a circular symbol of a dragon or snake
swallowing its own tail
pl
VIDALIA, a sweet onion from Vidalia, Georgia
n
a camera for taking video
n
a promotional booklet with pictures published by a college or
university
n
a person who uses a lot of marijuana
n
the edge of a weedbed
n
a telegraph or telephone line
adj
more WOUNDY, excessive
intj an interjection used to express assent
adj
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TWOS
YA s
THREES
GIF
GOR
HOI
ICK
LEV
NAE
POH

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FOURS
BEIN
CHON
CHUT
DESI
DIEL
EMIC
ETIC
GARE
JEON
JOCO
JURE
LATU
LEVA
LIPE
LOCI
MAWN
MOLY
RANG
STEY
TABI
UMPH
UNDO
WHOW

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AREAR
BLATE
BOEUF
BOREL
COUDE
DAINT
DAYNT
DEERE
DESHI
DIACT
DINGO
DUMKA
FAKEY
FAVEL
FIXIT
FLITT
FRACK
FRAPE
FUNGO
GADJO
GAMBO
GINZO
GONZO
GREGE
GULAR
INCUT
JOMON
KLIEG
LINGO
MOTEY
MYOID
NGWEE
NOMEN
NUTSO
OCREA
OSSIA
OTAKU
PELON
PLICA
QUATE
RUBAI
SCOPA
SENGI
SLAID
SWACK

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UTILE
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VIRAL
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SIXES
ACUATE
AIDANT
BALING
BASSER
BIFOLD
BISSON
BOOING
BREGMA
COKING
COTEAU
CRUSTA
CURING
DINING
DUDDIE
DUPING
ELDEST
EXEDRA
FINEST
FORMEE
FORRAD
GAUCHE
HYPOID
INGRAM
INGRUM
INKJET
JIMSON
JOKING
LATTER
LOCHIA
LORICA
MANQUE
MIXING
MONACT
MORSAL
OCHREA
OOHING
PACING

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PAPULA
PEROGI
PIEING
PINYIN
POISHA
PONENT
RACKLE
RAPINI
RECKAN
SENITI
SHAPEN
SITING
SLEAZO
SMOKEY
SOMONI
SPRENT
STALKO
TAPING
TIFOSO
TOTHER
TRIACT
UNCAST
UNSHOT
VALLAR
VERDOY
VESICA
VORAGO
WANDLE
ZONOID
ZUFOLO

s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s

SEVENS
ANIMATO
ANTICKE
ATTABOY
BANNING
BATHING
BIBBING
BINGING
BORKING
BRAKING
BROWNER
CABOVER
CACUMEN
CELLING

s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
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COAXING
COMPING
COPYING
CRAZING
CRESTAL
CROWING
CYPRINE
DAMFOOL
DECKLES
DELPHIN
DEXTRAL
DIALLEL
DISTENT
DITHIOL
DODDARD
DOWSING
DRYLAND
DUELING
DUNKING
EIRENIC
EMPIGHT
EROTICA
EXTENSE
FAGOTTO
FEMINIE
FISTING
FLANKEN
FOALING
FOGGING
FRONTER

s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s

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FUMETTO
GATELEG
GAUCHER
GIFTING
GRIPING
HALVING
HAULING
HERDING
HOOKING
JAMBEAU
JEJUNUM
JOLTING
JOSHING
JUDGING
KEYRING
KICKING
KIDDING
KNAIDEL
LENSING
LIDDING
LINTING
LOUSING
MAULING
MORENDO
MUSCOID
MUSHING
NEMATIC
NEUROID
NONFOOD
NONFUEL

s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s

NONMEAT
NONPEAK
NONPOOR
NONWORK
NUBBING
PALMIER
PANDANI
PASCUAL
PATRICO
PEAKING
PEENING
PERCINE
PERCOCT
PICCATA
PIGMOID
PLAYING
PLOWING
PLUVIAN
POMPIER
PROBING
PROVANT
PULPING
PUTAMEN
PYGMOID
RAZZING
REAPING
REARING
RECOUPE
REFFING
REIVING

s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s

SALTATO
SAPPING
SAUROID
SCALENE
SEEWING
SIGHING
SITTINE
SKOOKUM
SLAYING
SOOTING
SPORTIF
SUDAMEN
SUFFECT
TABBING
TAPETUM
TEMPING
TIMPANA
TOPICAL
TOYTOWN
TUBULAR
TUCKING
TUPPING
UNADEPT
UNSOBER
UPSLOPE
VENTOSE
VOLATIC
WHORING
YAPPING
ZADDICK

s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s

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SEVEN LETTER WORDS UNIQUE TO CSW15


BASED ON THE TOP 250 CSW15 6-LETTER STEMS
+ = additional anagram to existing CSW12 solution(s)
new = unique CSW15 solution for this combination

new
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
new
new
+
+
+
new
new
+
+
new
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
new
new
+
+
new
new
+
+
new
+
+
+
+
new
+

AADERST
ABELORT
ACEHINR
ACEIKRT
ACEHORS
ACEORRS
ACELORT
ABDEERS
ADEELRS
ADEERSX
AADEGOT
ADEGILN
ADDEILR
ADEILRT
AADEILS
AADEIOR
ADEIORS
ACDEIOS
ADEIOSS
ADEHIRS
ADELOTT
ADENRST
ADEKNRT
ADEMNST
ABDEOST
ADEPRST
ADINORS
AEEIKNT
AEEINTT
AEENRST
AEEPRST
ABEGILN
AEGIOST
AEGGNRS
AEGNOST
AEILOSS
AEHILRS
AEIMNSS
AEIMNNT
AEHINRS
AEIMORS
AEIORST

ADRATES
RETABLO
CHAINER
TRACKIE
OCHREAS
ARROCES
CROTALE
REBASED
LASERED
EXEDRAS
GEODATA
DEALIGN
LADDIER
TRIALED
ALIASED
AERADIO
RADIOES
COADIES
ADIOSES
DEHAIRS
TOADLET
DARNEST
TRANKED
DAMNEST
SABOTED
TRAPSED
DONAIRS
KETAINE
TAENITE
STERANE
EPATERS
BEALING
GOATIES
SNAGGER
TANGOES
LOIASES
HALIERS
MANISES
ANTIMEN
NEARISH
AIRSOME
ROASTIE

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+
+
+
+
+
new
+
new
+
+
+
+
new
+
new
+
new
+
new
+
+
+
new
+
+
new
new
+
+
new
new
new
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+

AEIRSTV
AAEISTT
AEFLNRS
AELRSTT
AELRSTY
AEORRTU
AIKNRST
AHNORST
CEIORST
DEEIMNR
DEGINNR
DEILORW
DEGILOS
DEINORU
DEINOSW
DEINRST
DEIRSTW
DENORSY
EEEILNS
EEHILST
EEEINRS
EEINNST
EEINSTU
EEORSTT
EEORSTX
EGHIORT
EIINSST
EILNORS
EIILNOS
BEILNST
EILNSTY
EILLORS
EHILOST
EILOSTV
EINRSST
EINRTTW
EHIOOST
EIOPSTU
EIORSTT
EFNRSTU
IINORST

RAVIEST
AETATIS
SNARFLE
LATTERS
SALTERY
ORATURE
RANKIST
ANTHROS
CORSITE
DEMINER
DERNING
WORLDIE
GOLDIES
OUNDIER
DOWNIES
SNIRTED
WRISTED
RODNEYS
LIENEES
SHEITEL
EENSIER
TENNESI
ENSUITE
TETROSE
RETOXES
GOTHIER
SENITIS
LIENORS
NOILIES
NIBLETS
TINSELY
ROLLIES
LITHOES
LOVIEST
STRINES
WRENTIT
SHOOTIE
TOUPIES
TORTIES
NETSURF
ROTINIS

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UNIQUE CSW15 7-LETTER WORDS


FROM TOP 10000 LIKELY BONUS WORDS
(showing CSW12 anagrams in lower case)
Advice: Focus initially on those words that have no CSW12 anagrams)

AAAGINR
AABDIRS
AABORST
AACDETU
AACERTV
AACESTU
AADEGOT
AADEGST
AADEILS
AADEIOR
AADERST
AADINST
AADNOOT
AADNOPR
AAEELMN
AAEGMRT
AAEGNRW
AAEIMRR
AAEISTT
AAGILNR
AAGILRT
AAIIMNT
AAILNOP
AAIMSTU
ABDEERS

ABDEINV
ABDEISY
ABDEOST
ABEEMRT
ABEENNO
ABEERTU
ABEGILN
ABEGILR
ABELORT

NIAGARA
angaria
BAIDARS
abraids
ROBATAS
abators
rabatos
ACUATED
caudate
CRAVATE
ACUATES
GEODATA
AGASTED
ALIASED
AERADIO
ADRATES
AIDANTS
ODONATA
PADRONA
pandora
MELAENA
MARGATE
regmata
NAGWARE
ARMERIA
AETATIS
satiate
LARIGAN
RAGTAIL
ANIMATI
PIANOLA
AMAUTIS
REBASED
beaders
debaser
sabered
BAVINED
BAYSIDE
SABOTED
boasted
BEERMAT
NANOBEE
BEAUTER
BEALING
BERGALI
RETABLO

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ABEORSU
ABGILNT
ACDEIOS
ACDELST
ACDEMOR
ACEGLOT
ACEHINR
ACEHORS

ACEIKRT
ACELORT
ACENOSY
ACENRSU
ACEORRS
ACEOSTU
ACIIORS
ACILORS
ADDEENR
ADDEGIL
ADDEILR
ADEELRS

ADEEPTT
ADEGILN

bloater
AEROBUS
BLATING
tabling
COADIES
codeias
SCLATED
castled
MERCADO
caromed
comrade
GELCOAT
catelog
CHAINER
archine
OCHREAS
choreas
oraches
roaches
TRACKIE
tackier
CROTALE
locater
CYANOSE
SUNCARE
surance
ARROCES
coarser
correas
COTEAUS
acetous
SICARIO
LORICAS
DEARNED
ADELGID
gladdie
LADDIER
diedral
drailed
LASERED
dealers
leaders
redeals
TAPETED
DEALIGN
aligned
dealing

ADEGINW
ADEGLNO
ADEHIMR
ADEHIRS

ADEILLU
ADEILRT

ADEIORS
ADEIOSS
ADEKNRT
ADELNSW
ADELOTT
ADEMNST
ADENRST

ADEPRST

ADGILOT
ADILOTU
ADINORS

ADLNOTY
AEEGNTU
AEEHLOR
AEEIKNT
AEEINTT
AEENRST

leading
DEAWING
windage
DONEGAL
HEDARIM
DEHAIRS
airshed
dashier
hardies
shadier
DUALLIE
TRIALED
dilater
redtail
trailed
RADIOES
roadies
soredia
ADIOSES
TRANKED
darknet
WANDLES
TOADLET
totaled
DAMNEST
tandems
DARNEST
endarts
stander
starned
TRAPSED
departs
drapets
petards
DOGTAIL
TOULADI
outlaid
DONAIRS
inroads
ordains
sadiron
TOYLAND
TUNEAGE
EARHOLE
KETAINE
TAENITE
STERANE
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AEEPRST
AEFIIRR
AEFLNRS
AEGILLR
AEGIOST
AEGLNPT
AEGNOST
AEGOPRS
AEGOSST
AEHILRS
AEHINRS
AEHINSS
AEILOSS
AEIMNNT
AEIMNSS
AEIMORS
AEIMRSU
AEIORST
AEIRSTV

AEIRSUZ
AEISSTV
AEISTWY
AELPRSU
AELRSTT

earnest
eastern
nearest
rateens
EPATERS
repeats
retapes
FAIRIER
SNARFLE
salfern
GALLIER
GOATIES
PANTLEG
TANGOES
onstage
PARGOES
GOATSES
HALIERS
hailers
shalier
NEARISH
arshine
hernias
SHENAIS
hessian
LOIASES
ANTIMEN
mannite
MANISES
inseams
samisen
AIRSOME
MAUSIER
uremias
ROASTIE
oariest
otaries
RAVIEST
taivers
vastier
veritas
AZURIES
STEVIAS
YAWIEST
SERPULA
perusal
pleuras
LATTERS
rattles
slatter
starlet
startle
tatlers

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AELRSTY
AEMOSST
AEORRTU
AFGILNR
AFLNOTU
AGHNOTU
AGIIRST
AGIMNOS
AGIMNRS
AGINPST
AHILNOS
AHNORST
AIINPRS
AIKNRST
AILNOPS
AIMNPRT
AMNOOST
ANOORTT
BDEEORS
BDEERST
BDEGILN
BDEGINO
BDENOSU
BEEGIST
BEENRTU
BEGIINU
BEGILOR
BEILNST
CEELNOT
CEILSTU
CEINOSV
CEIORST

SALTERY
raylets
ATMOSES
osmates
ORATURE
FANGIRL
flaring
NUTLOAF
AGUNOTH
hangout
tohunga
ARTIGIS
AGONISM
INGRAMS
armings
margins
TAPINGS
pasting
SHINOLA
ANTHROS
RAPINIS
aspirin
RANKIST
kirtans
OILPANS
TRIPMAN
ONOMAST
NOTATOR
arnotto
rattoon
ROSEBED
bedsore
sobered
BEDREST
BLINGED
bingled
BINGOED
boinged
BONUSED
BEIGEST
BEERNUT
BIGUINE
GLOBIER
obliger
NIBLETS
TELECON
CLUIEST
lucites
luetics
COVINES
novices
CORSITE
erotics

CELNOSU
DDEIILO
DEEEHIR
DEEFINS
DEEGORR
DEEILLR
DEEIMNR
DEEMNOT
DEEORTX
DEGILOP
DEGILOS
DEGILTU
DEGINNR
DEGIRSU
DEGLORS
DEILORW
DEILRSW
DEINORU
DEINOSW
DEINRST
DEIRSTW
DELOOST
DENORSY
DGINORS
EEEILNS
EEEINRS
EEFGIRT
EEFLORS
EEGIOPR
EEHILST

tercios
LEUCONS
counsel
unclose
DOILIED
HEEDIER
INFEEDS
defines
REORGED
rogered
DELLIER
DEMINER
ermined
TEENDOM
demeton
RETOXED
oxtered
DOGPILE
GOLDIES
GUILTED
DERNING
grinned
rending
GURDIES
guiders
DOGRELS
lodgers
WORLDIE
dowlier
REWILDS
swirled
wilders
OUNDIER
dourine
neuroid
DOWNIES
SNIRTED
tinders
WRISTED
TOODLES
stooled
toledos
RODNEYS
yonders
SORDING
rodings
LIENEES
EENSIER
eserine
FIGTREE
FORLESE
PEROGIE
SHEITEL
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EEINNST
EEINOSS
EEINRRV
EEINSTU
EEORSTT
EEORSTX
EFNRSTU
EGHIORT
EGINSST
EGIOPRS

EGIORRV
EGNOORY
EGOSTTU
EHILOST

sheltie
TENNESI
intense
tennies
ONESIES
eosines
VERRINE
nervier
vernier
ENSUITE
TETROSE
rosette
RETOXES
xerotes
NETSURF
funster
GOTHIER
STINGES
ingests
signets
PEROGIS
PIEROGS
porgies
serpigo
GROVIER
GOONERY
orogeny
GETOUTS
gouttes
LITHOES
eoliths

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EHIOOST
EHIRSTT
EHORSTT
EIILNOS

EIINSST
EILLORS
EILNORS
EILNSTY
EILOSTV
EIMNPRT
EINPRRU
EINRSST

EINRTTW

holiest
hostile
SHOOTIE
tooshie
SHITTER
hitters
tithers
TOTHERS
hotters
NOILIES
elision
isoline
lionise
SENITIS
ROLLIES
LIENORS
nerolis
TINSELY
LOVIEST
olivets
violets
TRIPMEN
PRUNIER
unriper
STRINES
estrins
inserts
sinters
WRENTIT
twinter
written

EIOPSTU
EIORSTT
EIRRSTW
ELORTUY
ELOSTTU
ENNOPST
ENNOSTY
ENOOPRS
ENOOSTT
EORSSTU

GINNOST
IINORST

TOUPIES
piteous
TORTIES
stoiter
WRISTER
writers
LOUTERY
LETOUTS
outlets
PONENTS
SYNTONE
SPOONER
operons
snooper
TOSTONE
testoon
TORUSES
estrous
oestrus
ousters
sourest
souters
stoures
tousers
trouses
tussore
TIGNONS
stoning
tonings
ROTINIS
ironist

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EIGHT LETTER WORDS UNIQUE TO CSW


BASED ON TOP 250 CSW15 7-LETTER STEMS
+ = additional anagram to existing CSW12 solution(s)
new = unique CSW15 solution for this combination

+
new
+
+
+
+
new
+
+
+
+
new
+
new
+
+
+
+
+
new
+
new
new
+
+
+
new
new
+
+
+
+
new
new
new
+

AAEINSTT
ABEINSTW
ABDEORST
ABELORST
ACEHINRS
ACEIKNRS
ACEIKNST
ACEIMNST
ACINORTU
ADEEIMRT
ADEEIMST
ADEEKNRT
ACDEERST
ADDEERST
ADEEGRST
ADEEMRST
ADEGINNR
ADEGILNS
ADEIKLNS
ADDEILST
ADEINORS
ADEINORZ
AADEIORS
ADENORTW
ADENRSST
AEEILMNT
ABEEILRS
AEEIKLRT
AEEINSTT
AEENRSST
AEGILNRS
ABEGILNS
AEGILNSZ
ABEGILRS
AEGHILRS
ABEGINRS

TANAISTE
WASTEBIN
BROASTED
RETABLOS
CHAINERS
SNACKIER
ANTICKES
NEMATICS
CURATION
DIATREME
SIDEMEAT
TANKERED
CASTERED
DREADEST
GASTERED
DESTREAM
DEARNING
DEALIGNS
KNAIDELS
LADDIEST
ANODISER
ANODIZER
AERADIOS
DOWNRATE
DARNESTS
LINEMATE
ABSEILER
TEARLIKE
TAENITES
STERANES
LASERING
BEALINGS
SLEAZING
BERGALIS
GASHLIER
REBASING

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+
+
+
new
+
+
new
new
new
+
+
+
+
new
+
+
+
new
new
+
new
+
new
new
new
+
+
new
new
+
new
+
new
+
new
+

AEGINPRS
AEGINRRS
AEFIIRST
AEHILOST
AEHIMNST
AEINNORS
ACEIORST
AEIOPRST
AEIORSST
ADELNORU
ACELORST
AELORSTU
ABELORSU
AEORRSTU
AGINPRST
ABINORST
BDEEINOS
DEEINOSS
DEEIMNRS
DEEOPRST
DEILORSW
DEINORSU
DEIKNOST
DEINOSTU
EEINRSUX
EGHINORT
EGINORTX
EHILNORT
EIINNORT
EIINRSTT
EILORSTV
EIMOPRST
EINNOORT
EINORSTU
EINOQRTU
EINPRSTU

REAPINGS
REARINGS
FAIRIEST
HALIOTES
ANTHEMIS
NONARIES
EROTICAS
SEPTORIA
ROASTIES
EUROLAND
CROTALES
OESTRUAL
ROUSABLE
ORATURES
TRAPSING
SORBITAN
SIDEBONE
ESSOINED
DEMINERS
REEDSTOP
WORLDIES
NEUROIDS
KENDOIST
OUNDIEST
UNSEXIER
THONGIER
RETOXING
HOTLINER
TENORINI
SNITTIER
VERTISOL
STOMPIER
TENORINO
NITREOUS
REQUINTO
PRUNIEST

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UNIQUE CSW15 8-LETTER WORDS


FROM TOP 10000 LIKELY BONUS WORDS
(showing CSW12 anagrams in lower case)
Advice: Focus initially on those words that have no CSW12 anagrams

AABDELOS
AABEINPR
AADEIORS
AADILOTU
AADLOOTU
AAEEHRTW
AAEELMNS
AAEELNNR
AAEGLNRS
AAEGMRST
AAEGNRSW
AAEIIRRS
AAEIMRRS
AAEINSTT
AAGILNRS
AAILNOPS
AAILRSTT
AAIMNOST
ABDEILRR
ABDEORST
ABDERSTU
ABEEILRS
ABEEMRST
ABEENNOS
ABEGILNS
ABEGILRS
ABEGINRS
ABEIILST

BASELOAD
PEABRAIN
AERADIOS
AUTODIAL
AUTOLOAD
HAWEATER
aweather
wheatear
MELAENAS
LERNAEAN
annealer
SANGREAL
alnagers
MARGATES
megastar
NAGWARES
ARIARIES
ARMERIAS
TANAISTE
astatine
sanitate
LARIGANS
SANGRAIL
PIANOLAS
salopian
STRIATAL
rattails
ANIMATOS
amations
RIBALDER
BROASTED
broadest
SUBTRADE
surbated
ABSEILER
BEERMATS
NANOBEES
BEALINGS
signable
singable
BERGALIS
REBASING
bearings
sabering
TIBIALES

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ABEINSTW
ABEIOSTW
ABELMORU
ABELORST

ABELORSU
ABINORST
ACDEELRS
ACDEERST
ACDENSTU
ACDINOOS
ACEGLOST
ACEHILNS
ACEHINRS
ACEILPRS

ACEIMNOR
ACEIMNST
ACEIOOPT
ACEIORST
ACELNOTU
ACELOOST
ACELORST
ACELORTU
ACILNOOR
ACILORTV
ACINORTU

albitise
sibilate
WASTEBIN
BIOWASTE
BELAMOUR
RETABLOS
bloaters
sortable
storable
ROUSABLE
rubeolas
SORBITAN
taborins
DESCALER
declares
rescaled
CASTERED
cedrates
UNCASTED
ASCONOID
GELCOATS
catelogs
CLEANISH
CHAINERS
archines
inarches
CARSPIEL
calipers
replicas
spiracle
CORAMINE
NEMATICS
amnestic
semantic
ECOTOPIA
EROTICAS
CLEANOUT
TOOLCASE
CROTALES
locaters
sectoral
CLEAROUT
CORONIAL
VICTROLA
vortical
CURATION

ACIOPRST
ADDEEHIR
ADDEERST
ADDEILST
ADDEIRSU
ADEEEPRT
ADEEGRST
ADEEIMRT
ADEEIMST
ADEEKNRT
ADEEMRST
ADEFLNRS
ADEGILNS

ADEGINNR
ADEGIOPT
ADEGLLNO
ADEGLNOS
ADEHILNN
ADEIILLR
ADEIKLNS
ADEILLSU
ADEIMRTW
ADEINORS
ADEINORZ
ADELLORS
ADELNORU

nocturia
PATRICOS
apricots
piscator
DEHAIRED
DREADEST
LADDIEST
RADIUSED
EPATERED
departee
repeated
GASTERED
restaged
DIATREME
diameter
remediat
SIDEMEAT
mediates
TANKERED
DESTREAM
mastered
streamed
SNARFLED
DEALIGNS
dealings
leadings
signaled
DEARNING
grannied
PAGODITE
ALLONGED
DONEGALS
SLOGANED
HANDLINE
LAIDLIER
KNAIDELS
sandlike
DUALLIES
MIDWATER
ANODISER
aneroids
donaries
ANODIZER
SOLLARED
odallers
EUROLAND
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ADELOSTT
ADENORTW
ADENPSTU
ADENRSST
ADGILOST
ADILMNOU
ADILOSTU
ADIORSSU
AEEEGNRU
AEEELNRV
AEEGNSTU
AEEHLORS
AEEIKLRT
AEEILMNT
AEEILMRR
AEEINSTT

AEELPRSU
AEEMNSTT
AEENRSST

AEFIIRST
AEFILORV
AEFNOPRT
AEGHILRS
AEGHINRR
AEGILLST

AEGILNRS

unloader
urodelan
TOADLETS
DOWNRATE
danewort
teardown
UNADEPTS
DARNESTS
standers
DOGSTAIL
DOGTAILS
UNIMODAL
TOULADIS
SAUROIDS
RENEAGUE
LEAVENER
venereal
TUNEAGES
EARHOLES
arsehole
halosere
TEARLIKE
LINEMATE
melanite
REMAILER
TAENITES
anisette
tetanies
tetanise
SERPULAE
pleasure
NESTMATE
STERANES
assenter
earnests
sarsenet
FAIRIEST
ratifies
FAILOVER
PANFORTE
GASHLIER
HANGRIER
GALLIEST
legalist
stillage
tillages
LASERING
aligners
engrails
nargiles
realigns
salering
sanglier

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AEGINPRS
AEGINPTT
AEGINRRS
AEGLNPST
AEGMNOOT
AEHILORV
AEHILOST
AEHIMNST
AEHINRSS
AEIILMNO
AEILMPRS

AEINNORS
AEIOPRST
AEIORSST
AEIOSTTU
AELORSTU
AEMNNORT
AEMNNOST
AEORRSTU
AFGILNOS
AFILNORU
AGIILNRT
AGINPRST
AIINRSTU
AILNNSTU
AILNPSTU

ANOORSTT

signaler
slangier
REAPINGS
preasing
spearing
TAPETING
REARINGS
earrings
grainers
PANTLEGS
spanglet
MOONGATE
HALIEROV
HALIOTES
ANTHEMIS
hematins
SHARNIES
arshines
MONILIAE
PALMIERS
impalers
impearls
lempiras
NONARIES
raisonne
SEPTORIA
ROASTIES
OUTASITE
OESTRUAL
rosulate
TENORMAN
ornament
NONMEATS
montanes
ORATURES
FOALINGS
loafings
FRIULANO
TRIALING
ringtail
trailing
TRAPSING
partings
pratings
RAINSUIT
UNINSTAL
insulant
TAILSPUN
nuptials
patulins
unplaits
NOTATORS
arnottos

BDEEILNR
BDEEINOS
BDEIILRT
BDEINRSU
BEENRSTU
BEGILOST
BEILORSU
CDEHINOT
CDEIMOST
CDEIRSTU

CEEEGNOT
CEEIINRS
CEEINPRS
CEELNOST
CEINOORR
CEIORSST
DDEEGINT
DEEEGRST
DEEEHIST
DEEEILNW
DEEEIRRT
DEEHNORR
DEEILLNT
DEEILLST
DEEIMNRS
DEEIMNTU
DEEINOSS
DEELRSTU

DEEMNOST
DEENOSTT
DEENPRST
DEEOPRST

rattoons
BEDLINER
linebred
rendible
SIDEBONE
ebonised
TRILBIED
SIDEBURN
burnside
BEERNUTS
GLOBIEST
RIBULOSE
blousier
TECHNOID
COMEDIST
demotics
domestic
CRUDIEST
crudites
curdiest
curtsied
ECTOGENE
EIRENICS
PERCINES
TELECONS
CROONIER
CORSITES
crosstie
NIDGETED
REGESTED
deterges
HEEDIEST
WEEDLINE
REITERED
DEERHORN
dehorner
LINTELED
DELLIEST
DEMINERS
MINUETED
ESSOINED
DELUSTRE
deluster
lustered
resulted
ulstered
TEENDOMS
demetons
OSTENTED
SPRENTED
pretends
REEDSTOP
dopester
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DEFIINOT
DEFINRTT
DEGHINRS
DEGILNSU
DEGILOPS
DEIIMNOS
DEIJNORU
DEIKNOST
DEILORSW
DEINORSU
DEINORUW
DEINOSTU
DEIOORRS
DEMNOORS
DENORSUW
DGILNOOT
EEEILNRT
EEEINSST
EEEIRRST

postered
reposted
TONIFIED
notified
DRIFTNET
HERDINGS
DUELINGS
indulges
DOGPILES
MINISODE
dominies
JUNIORED
KENDOIST
WORLDIES
NEUROIDS
dourines
sourdine
WOUNDIER
OUNDIEST
ODORISER
MORENDOS
doorsmen
UNDERSOW
wounders
TOODLING
TREELINE
EENSIEST
STEERIER

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EEFGIRST
EEFGORST
EEFHIORS
EEIILNRW
EEINRRSV
EEINRSUX
EEINSSTU
EELNOPTT
EEMNNORT
EFIINOST
EFNORRST
EFNORSTT
EGHINORT
EGIILLNO
EGIINRSV
EGILNRTY
EGINORTX
EGIORSTV

reestier
retirees
FIGTREES
GOREFEST
FIREHOSE
WIRELINE
VERRINES
verniers
UNSEXIER
ENSUITES
TENTPOLE
TENORMEN
TONIFIES
notifies
FRONTERS
refronts
renforst
FRONTEST
THONGIER
throeing
OLLIEING
REIVINGS
revising
RINGLETY
RETOXING
oxtering
GROVIEST
vertigos

EHILNORT
EIINNOPS
EIINNORT
EIINRSTT
EILORSTV
EIMOPRST
EINNOORT
EINOOPRT
EINOQRTU
EINORSTU
EINOSTTW
EINPRSTU

EINRSTTW

HOTLINER
PENSIONI
TENORINI
SNITTIER
nitrites
stintier
VERTISOL
STOMPIER
imposter
TENORINO
INOTROPE
REQUINTO
NITREOUS
routines
snoutier
TOWNSITE
nowtiest
towniest
PRUNIEST
repunits
unpriest
unripest
WRENTITS
twinters

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IMPACTS OF NEW CSW15 WORDS


ON EXISTING CSW12 WORDS (OF 2-8 LETTERS)
Note: This update sees the inclusion of a number of newly allowed comparatives and
superlatives of multisyllabic adjectives some of which may seem unnatural or odd. These have
not been assigned by the Dictionary Committee but have been included because they are now
explicitly listed in the source dictionaries.

CSW12 WORD

IMPACT

> new CSW15 WORD(S)

ACHOO
ACUATE
ADDIO
ADIOS
ADOBE
AENEUS
AGALWOOD
AGAST
AGRIN
AGUNA
AIDANT
ALIAS
ALLONGE
AMAUT
AMINO
AMTRACK
ANIMATO
ANTICKE
ANTIMAN
APPLEY
ARCO
AREAR
ARIARY
ARTSY
ASHTANGA
ASPHERIC
ATECHNIC
ATIGI
ATTABOY
AXLIKE
AZURY
BABASSU
BACALAO
BACKSET
BAGEL

now
now
new
new
new
now
new
now
now
new
now
now
now
new
new
new
now
now
now
now
new
now
new
new
new
now
now
new
now
new
now
new
new
now
now

also noun
also verb
plural
plural
variant
also noun
variant
also verb
also noun
plural
also noun
also verb
also verb
variants
plural
variant
also noun
also noun
also noun
compares
plural
also noun
plural
variant
variants
also noun
also noun
variant
also noun
variant
also noun
variant
variants
also verb
also verb

BAIDARKA
BAIZA
BALING
BALLHAWK

new
new
now
now

variant
variant
also noun
also verb

ACHOOS
ACUATED ACUATES ACUATING
ADDIOS
ADIOSES
DOBE
AENEUSES
AGARWOOD
AGASTED AGASTING
AGRINS
AGUNOTH
AIDANTS
ALIASED
ALLONGED ALLONGING
AMAUTI AMAUTIK
AMINOS
AMTRAK
ANIMATI ANIMATOS
ANTICKES
ANTIMEN
APPLIEST
ARCHI
AREARS
ARIARIES
ARTSIE
ASTANGA ASTHANGA
ASPHERICS
ATECHNICS
ARTIGI
ATTABOYS
AXELIKE
AZURIES
BABACU
BACALHAU BACCALA
BACKSETTING
BAGELED BAGELING BAGELLED
BAGELLING
BAIDAR
BAISA
BALINGS
BALLHAWKED BALLHAWKING

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BALLS
BANNING
BARRAT
BASSER
BATHING
BAVIN
BAZOOMS
BEARHUG
BEATBOX
BEAUT

BLAM
BLANKETY
BLASH
BLATE
BLEWITS
BLIMP
BLING
BLIZZARD
BLOOMING
BOLD
BONTEBOK
BONUS

now also verb


now also noun
now also verb
now also noun
now also noun
now also verb
new singular
now also verb
now also verb
now also adjective and
compares
new variant
new singular
now takes adjectival -D
new variant
now compares
now also verb
new variant
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now compares
now also verb
now also noun
now also noun
now compares
now also noun
now also verb
now also noun
now takes -S
now also verb
now also verb
now compares
now also verb
now also adjective and
compares
now also verb
now also noun
now also verb
now also verb
new singular
now also verb
now also verb
now also verb
now also noun
now also verb
new variant
now also verb

BOOING
BOOKEND

now also noun


now also verb

BECLAMOR
BEDSOCK
BEEHIVE
BEGUINE
BEIGE
BEIN
BEJEEZUS
BEJEEZUS
BENCHTOP
BERTHING
BESEEMLY
BEVER
BIBBING
BIFOLD
BIGGITY
BINGING
BINGO
BIRCHING
BIRDLIFE
BIRSE
BISSON
BLABBY
BLAFF
BLAH

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BALLSED BALLSES BALLSING


BANNINGS
BARRATED BARRATING
BASSERS
BATHINGS
BAVINED BAVINING
BAZOOM
BEARHUGGED BEARHUGGING
BEATBOXED
BEAUTER BEAUTEST
BECLAMOUR
BEDSOCK
BEEHIVED
BIGUINE
BEIGER BEIGEST
BEINED BEINING BEINS
BEJASUS
BEJEEZUSES
BENCHTOPS
BERTHINGS
BESEEMLIER BESEEMLIEST
BEVERED BEVERING
BIBBINGS
BIFOLDS
BIGGITIER BIGGITIEST
BINGINGS
BINGOED BINGOING
BIRCHINGS
BIRDLIFES
BIRSED BIRSING
BISSONED BISSONING
BLABBIER BLABBIEST
BLAFFED BLAFFING
BLAHER BLAHEST
BLAMMED BLAMMING
BLANKETIES
BLASHED BLASHING
BLATED BLATES BLATING
BLEWIT
BLIMPED BLIMPING
BLINGED
BLIZZARDED BLIZZARDING
BLOOMINGS
BOLDED BOLDING
BONTBOK
BONUSED BONUSING BONUSSED
BONUSSING
BOOINGS
BOOKENDED BOOKENDING
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BOREL
BORKING
BOURD
BRACHIUM
BRAKING
BREGMA
BREKKY
BRIARY
BROWNER
BRUTE
BULGHUR
BULLDYKE
BUNCO
CABOODLE
CABOVER
CACK
CACUMEN
CAFF
CALAMUS
CALIX
CALLALOO
CANTUS
CAPRIS
CARIBOU
CARTOONY
CASTLING
CATBRIER
CAZ
CELLING
CHALAN

now
now
now
new
new
new
new
now
now
now
new
new
new
new
now
now
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
now
now
new
new
new
now

also noun
also noun
also verb
plural
plural
plural
variant
compares
also noun
compares
variant
variant
inflexion
variant
also noun
also verb
plural
variant
plural
plural
variant
plural
singular
variant
compares
also noun
variant
variant
plural
also verb

CHARGING
CHECKING
CHEDER
CHEERING
CHINCH
CHIRPING
CHON
CHUSE
CHUT
CIRRUS
CLACH
CLOW
CLUTCHY
COAXING
CODEX
COHUNE
COKING
COMPING
COMPLEAT

now
now
new
now
now
now
new
new
now
new
now
now
now
now
new
new
now
now
now

also noun
also noun
plural
also noun
also verb
also noun
plural
inflection
also verb
plural
also verb
also verb
compares
also noun
plural
variant
also noun
also noun
also verb

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BORELS
BORKINGS
BOURDED BOURDING
BRACHIUMS
BRAKINGS
BREGMAS
BREKKIE
BRIARIER BRIARIEST
BROWNERS
BRUTEST
BULGAR
BULLDIKE
BUNCOES
KABOODLE
CABOVERS
CACKED CACKING
CACUMENS
CAF
CALAMUSES
CALIXES
CALLALOU
CANTUSES
CAPRI
CARIBOO
CARTOONIER CARTOONIEST
CASTLINGS
CATBRIAR
CAZH
CELLINGS
CHALANED CHALANNED CHALANING
CHALANNING
CHARGINGS
CHECKINGS
CHEDARIM
CHEERINGS
CHINCHED CHINCHING
CHIRPINGS
CHONS
CHUSED
CHUTS
CIRRUSES
CLACHED CLACHES CLACHING
CLOWED CLOWING
CLUTCHIER CLUTCHIEST
COAXINGS
CODEXES
CAHOUN
COKINGS
COMPINGS
COMPLEATED COMPLEATING
COMPLEATS
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CONTORNO
COOKABLE
COPREMIC
COPYABLE
COPYING
CORNETTO
COSSETED
COSSIE
COUDE
COVIN
COWISH
CRACKY
CRAVAT
CRAZING
CRESTAL
CRIER
CROPFULL
CROWING
CRUDY
CRUSTA
CULCHIE
CULCHIE
CULVERT
CUM
CURING
CUZ
CYLIX
CYPRINE
DAINT
DAMFOOL
DAMNDEST
DARNDEST
DAYNT
DEARN
DEAW
DEBATING
DECEASED
DECLINAL
DECODING
DEERE
DEFINITE
DEGOUT
DELLY
DELPHIN
DEMOS
DENDROID
DEPARTED
DEPECHE

new plural
now also noun
new variant
new variant
now also noun
new plural
new variant
new variant
now also noun
new variant
now also noun
now also adjective and
compares
new variant
now also noun
now also noun
new variant
now also noun
now also noun
now compares
new plural
now also adjective and
compares
new variant
now also verb
now also verb
new plural
new plural
new plural
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
new variant
new variant
now also noun
now also verb
now also verb
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now also verb
now also adjective and
compares
now also noun
new plural
now also noun
now also noun
now also verb

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CONTORNI
COOKABLES
COPRAEMIC
COPIABLE
COPYINGS
CORNETTOS
COSSETTED
COZZIE
COUDES
COVINE
COWISHES
CRACKIER CRACKIEST
CRAVATE
CRAZINGS
CRESTALS
CRYER
CROPFULLS
CROWINGS
CRUDIER CRUDIEST
CRUSTAS
CULCHIER CULCHIEST
CULSHIE
CULVERTED CULVERTING
CUMMED CUMMING
CURINGS
CUZES
CYLIKES
CYPRINES
DAINTS
DAMFOOLS
DAMNEST
DARNEST
DAYNTS
DEARNED DEARNING
DEAWED DEAWING
DEBATINGS
DECEASEDS
DECLINALS
DECODINGS
DEERES
DEFINITES
DEGOUTED DEGOUTING
DELLIER DELLIEST
DELPHINS
DEMOI
DENDROIDS
DEPARTEDS
DEPECHED DEPECHING
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DERN
DESHI
DESI
DESYATIN
DEXTRAL
DHANSAK
DIACT
DIACTINE
DIALLEL
DIEL
DIKETONE
DINGO
DINING
DINKLY
DISCO
DISFAME
DISJUNE
DISTENT
DITHIOL
DJIBBAH
DODDARD
DOGGEREL
DOOBRIE
DOPE
DOUCHING
DOWNY
DOWSING
DREAD
DRECKY
DREE
DRIBBLING
DRIFTING
DROPLOCK
DRUMMING
DRUTHERS
DRYLAND
DUBBIN
DUDDER
DUDDIE
DUELING
DUMKA
DUNKING
DUPING
EALE
ECDYSIS
ECOTOUR
EIRENIC
ELBOWING

now also verb


now also noun
now also noun
new variant
now also noun
new variant
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
new plural
now also noun
now also adjective and
compares
new inflection
now also verb
now also verb
now also noun
now also noun
new variant
now also noun
new variant
new variant
now also adjective and
compares
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now compares
new variant
now adjective and
compares
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now has singular
now also noun
now also verb
now also verb
now also noun
now also noun
new plural
now also noun
now also noun
now also verb
new plural
now also verb
now takes -S
now also noun

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DERNED DERNING
DESHIS
DESIS
DESSYATIN
DEXTRALS
DANSAK
DIACTS
DIACTINES
DIALLELS
DIELS
DIKETONES
DINGOS
DININGS
DINKLIER DINKLIEST
DISCOES
DISFAMED DISFAMING
DISJUNED DISJUNING
DISTENTS
DITHIOLS
DJIBBA
DODDARDS
DOGREL
DOOBRY
DOPEST
DOUCHINGS
DOWNIES
DOWSINGS
DREADEST
DREKKY
DREER DREEST
DRIBBLINGS
DRIFTINGS
DROPLOCKS
DRUMMINGS
DRUTHER
DRYLANDS
DUBBINED DUBBINING
DUDDERED DUDDERING
DUDDIES
DUELINGS
DUMKAS
DUNKINGS
DUPINGS
EALED EALING
ECDYSISES
ECOTOURED ECOTOURING
EIRENICS
ELBOWINGS
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ELDEST
EMESIS
EMIC
EMPIGHT
ENCODING
EQUITES
ERGATOID
EROTICA
ESCAPADO
ESSOIN
ESTRUAL
ETHNOS
ETIC
EVOLVENT
EXTENSE
EXTREAT
EXTREMUM
EXUL
FACETING
FACTUM
FAGOTTO
FAIRY
FAKEY
FANK
FAVEL
FEMERALL
FEMINIE
FICIN
FIDDLING
FINEST
FISTING
FIXIT
FLACKET
FLANGING
FLANKEN
FLEME
FLINDER
FLITT
FLOTE
FLUTEY
FOALING
FOGGING
FORMEE
FORRAD
FOURCHEE
FRACK
FRAPE
FRINGING
FRITZ
FRONT

now also noun


new plural
now also noun
now also verb
now also noun
now has singular
now also noun
now takes -S
new plural
now also verb
new variant
new plural
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now also verb
new plural
now also verb
now also noun
new plural
new plural
now adjective and
compares
now also noun
now also verb
now also noun
new variant
now takes -S
new variant
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now also verb
now also noun
new plural
new inflection
now also verb
now also verb
now also verb
now compares
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now also verb
now also verb
now also noun
now also verb
now has superlative

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ELDESTS
EMESISES
EMICS
EMPIGHTED EMPIGHTING EMPIGHTS
ENCODINGS
EQUES
ERGATOIDS
EROTICAS
ESCAPADOS
ESSOINED ESSOINING
OESTRUAL
ETHNE
ETICS
EVOLVENTS
EXTENSES
EXTREATED EXTREATING
EXTREMUMS
EXULLED EXULLING
FACETINGS
FACTA
FAGOTTOS
FAIRIER FAIRIEST
FAKEYS
FANKED FANKING
FAVELS
FEMERELL
FEMINIES
FICAIN
FIDDLINGS
FINESTS
FISTINGS
FIXITS
FLACKETED FLACKETING
FLANGINGS
FLANKENS
FLEMED
FLINDERED FLINDERING
FLITTS
FLOTED FLOTING
FLUTEYER FLUTEYEST
FOALINGS
FOGGINGS
FORMEES
FORRADS
FOURCHEES
FRACKED FRACKS
FRAPED FRAPES FRAPING
FRINGINGS
FRITZED FRITZING
FRONTEST
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FRONTER
FROTHING
FUDDY
FUMETTO
FUNGO
FUSARIUM
FUSELESS
FUTSAL
GADJOS
GADSMAN
GALE
GALLY
GAMBO
GARE
GASHLY
GASKET
GASTER
GATELEG
GAUCHE
GAUCHER
GEIT
GENIPAP
GENLOCK
GEYSER
GIF
GIFTING
GINZO
GIRAFFID
GLACE
GLAM
GLOATING
GLOBY
GLUISH
GOATY
GOLDTONE
GOLDY
GONZO
GOOKY
GOPAK
GOR
GOYISCH
GOYISH
GREGE
GREYHEN
GREYLIST
GRID
GRIPING

new also noun


now also noun
now also adjective
new plural
now also verb
new plural
new variant
new variant
new plural
new variant
now also verb
now also adjective and
compares
new plural
now also noun
now also adjective and
compares
now takes adjectival ED
now also verb
now also noun
now takes S and D
now also noun
now also verb
new variant
now also verb
now also verb
now also noun
now also noun
new plural
now also noun
new past tense
inflection
now compares
now also noun
now compares
new variant
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now compares
new variant
now also noun
new variant
now
new
new
now
now

also verb
variant
variant
also verb
also noun

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FRONTERS
FROTHINGS
FUDDIER FUDDIEST
FUMETTOS
FUNGOED FUNGOING FUNGOS
FUSARIUMS
FUZELESS
FOOTSAL
GADJOS
GADMAN
GALED GALING
GALLIER GALLIEST
GAMBOS
GARES
GASHLIER GASHLIEST
GASKETED
GASTERED GASTERING
GATELEGS
GAUCHED GAUCHES
GAUCHERS
GEITED GEITING
GENIPAPO
GENLOCKED GENLOCKING
GEYSERED GEYSERING
GIFS
GIFTINGS
GINZOS
GIRAFFIDS
GLACED
GLAMMER GLAMMEST
GLOATINGS
GLOBIER GLOBIEST
GLUEISH
GOATIES
GOLDTONES
GOLDIES
GONZOS
GOOKIER GOOKIEST
HOPAK
GORS
GOYISHE
GREGED GREGES GREGING
GRAYHEN
GRAYLIST
GRIDDING
GRIPINGS
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GRUMPY
GUILT
GULAR
GUNK
GYPSYISM
HABITUS
HAFTARAH
HAGGLING
HALIOTIS
HALVING
HANDAX
HARDCASE
HAULING
HAUT
HEDER
HEEDY
HERDING
HETMAN
HICK
HIGHBUSH
HIGHTING
HINNY
HM
HOI
HOLM
HONCHO
HONORARY
HOOKING
HORNFELS
HOSTLESSE
HOTBOX
HOUSLING
HUARACHE
HUBBLY
HUMOUS
HUSHABY
HYPOID
ICEBOAT
ICK
IMPROV
INCUT
INDIGEST
INFUSORY
INGRAM
INGROUND

now also noun


now also verb
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INGRUM
INKJET
INNINGS
INTAGLIO

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GRUMPIES
GUILTED GUILTING
GULARS
GUNKED GUNKING
GIPSYISM
HABITUSES
HAFTAROS
HAGGLINGS
HALIOTES HALIOTISES
HALVINGS
HANDAXE
HARDCASES
HAULINGS
HAUTER HAUTEST
HEDARIM
HEEDIER HEEDIEST
HERDINGS
HETMEN
HICKER HICKEST
HIGHBUSHES
HIGHTINGS
HINNIE
HMMM
HOIED HOIING HOIS
HOLME
HONCHOES
HONOURARY
HOOKINGS
HORNFELSES
HOSTLESS
HOTBOXED HOTBOXING
HOUSLINGS
GUARACHA GUARACHE GUARACHI
HUBBLIER HUBBLIEST
HUMOUSES
HUSHABYE
HYPOIDS
ICEBOATED
ICKS
IMPRO
INCUTS
INDIGESTING
INFUSORIES
INGRAMS
INGROUNDED INGROUNDING
INGROUNDS
INGRUMS
INKJETS
INNINGSES
INTAGLIOES
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INUKSHUK
JACKPOT
JALFREZI
JAMBEAU
JANNY
JEEZ
JEJUNUM
JEON
JIMSON
JIVE
JIVEASS
JOCO
JOGTROT
JOKING
JOLTING
JOMON
JOSHING
JOUSTING
JUDGING
JUNIOR
JURE
JUTTY
KATCINA
KAYAK
KERFUFFLE
KERMES
KETTLE
KEYRING
KICKING
KIDDING
KIELBASA
KINESIS
KIPPA
KLIEG
KNAIDEL
KOKUM
KOLACKY
KOMATIK
KUDLIK
KUMYS
KYLIX
LABORITE
LABRUSCA
LAIDLY
LAIRDLY
LANGSPEL
LARN
LARRIGAN
LASER
LASSOING

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INUKSUK
JACKPOTTED JACKPOTTING
JALFREZIS
JAMBEAUS
JANNIED JANNYING
JEEZE
JEJUNUMS
JEONS
JIMSONS
JIVEST
JIVEASSES
JOCOS
JOGTROTTED JOGTROTTING
JOKINGS
JOLTINGS
JOMONS
JOSHINGS
JOUSTINGS
JUDGINGS
JUNIORED JUNIORING
JURES
JUTTIER JUTTIEST
KATSINA
QAJAQ
KAFUFFLE
KERMESES
KETTLED KETTLING
KEYRINGS
KICKINGS
KIDDINGS
KOLBASSA
KINESISES
KIPPAH
KLIEGS
KNAIDELS
KOKAM KOOKUM
KOLACKIES
KAMOTIK KAMOTIQ QAMUTIQ
QULLIQ
KUMIS
KYLIXES
LABOURITE
LABRUSCAS
LAIDLIER LAIDLIEST
LAIRDLIER LAIRDLIEST
LANGSPIL
LARNT
LARIGAN
LASERED LASERING
LASSOINGS
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LATTER
LATU
LAWN
LENSING
LEUKOSIS
LEUKOTIC
LEV
LEVOGYRE
LIDDING
LIMBO
LINDY
LINGO
LINTELLED
LINTING
LIPE
LITE
LITHO
LIVERING
LOCHIA
LOCI
LORICA
LOSING
LOUSING
LOVEY
LOVEY
LUSHY
LUV
LUX
LUXE
MACADAM
MADBRAIN
MAMMARY
MANIS
MANO
MANQUE
MANSWORN
MARSH
MARZIPAN
MATACHIN
MAULING
MAWN
MEAGER
MELENA
MERRY
MESHUGAAS
METADATA

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LATTERS
LATUS
LAWNING
LENSINGS
LEUCOSIS
LEUCOTIC
LEVAS LEVS
LEVOGYRES
LIDDINGS
LIMBOES LIMBOED LIMBOING
LINDIED LINDYING
LINGOS
LINTELED
LINTINGS
LIPES
LITEST
LITHOES
LIVERINGS
LOCHIAS
LOCIS
LORICAS
LOSINGEST
LOUSINGS
LOVIE
LOVIER LOVIEST
LUSHIES
LUVVED LUVVING
LUXED LUXING
LUXER LUXEST
MACADAMED
MADBRAINS
MAMMARIES
MANISES
MANOES
MANQUES
MANSWORNS
MARSHED
MARZIPANNED MARZIPANNING
MATACHINS
MAULINGS
MAWNS
MEAGERER MEAGEREST
MELAENA
MERRIE
MISHUGAS
METADATAS
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METHOXY
MIKVAH
MINUET
MIOSIS
MISDIET
MISDIGHT

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MISDREAD
MISLABOR
MISSENSE
MITIGANT
MIXING
MM
MOCH
MODELIST
MOLE
MOLY

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MONACT
MONIKER
MONILIA
MOOBS
MORENDO
MORSAL
MOTEY
MOZZLE
MUMMER
MUMSY
MUNCHIES
MURK
MUSCLY
MUSCOID
MUSHING
MUSKRAT
MYELITIS
MYOID
MYOSIS
NAE
NANNYING
NEIGHING
NEMATIC
NEUROID
NEWBIE
NGWEE
NIDGET
NIQAB
NOCTUOID
NOILY
NOMEN
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METHOXIES
MIKVA
MINUETED MINUETING
MIOSISES
MISDIETED MISDIETING
MISDIGHTED MISDIGHTING
MISDIGHTS
MISDREADED MISDREADING
MISLABOUR
MISSENSED MISSENSING
MITIGANTS
MIXINGS
MMM
MOCHED MOCHING
MODELLIST
MOLED MOLING
MOLYS
MONACTS
MONIKERED
MONILIAE
MOOBIES
MORENDOS
MORSALS
MOTEYS
MOZZLED MOZZLING
MUMMERED MUMMERING
MUMSIES
MUNCHIE
MURKED MURKING
MUSCLEY
MUSCOIDS
MUSHINGS
MUSHRAT
MYELITES
MYOIDS
MYOSISES
NAES
NANNYINGS
NEIGHINGS
NEMATICS
NEUROIDS
NEWB
NGWEES
NIDGETED NIDGETING
NIQAAB
NOCTUOIDS
NOILIES
NOMENS
NONARIES
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NONCOLOR
NONFOOD
NONFUEL
NONLABOR
NONMEAT
NONPEAK
NONPOOR
NONROYAL
NONWORK
NOYAU
NUBBING
NUNCHAKU
NUTMEGGY
NUTSO
NYLON
NYMPH
NYMPHAEA
OCHREA
OCREA
OLLIE
OMPHALOS
OOHING
OOLACHAN
OSSIA
OSTENT
OTAKU
OUGUIYA
OUMA
OUNDY
OUPA
OUTCALL
OUTFLING
OUTHUMOR
OUTLASH
OUTSAVOR
OVERMANY
OVERRANK
OWRECOME
PACING
PALEOSOL
PALMIER
PALPUS
PAMPHLET
PANDANI
PANDANUS
PANFISH
PAPADUM
PAPULA
PARGO
PARAVANT

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NONCOLOUR
NONFOODS
NONFUELS
NONLABOUR
NONMEATS
NONPEAKS
NONPOORS
NONROYALS
NONWORKS
NOYAUX
NUBBINGS
NUNCHUK
NUTMEGGIER NUTMEGGIEST
NUTSOS
NYLONED

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NYMPHED NYMPHING
NYMPHAEAS
OCHREAS
OCREAS
OLLIED OLLIEING
OMPHALOI
OOHINGS
OOLICHAN
OSSIAS
OSTENTED OSTENTING
OTAKUS
OUGIYA
OMA
OUNDIER OUNDIEST
OPA
OUTCALLED OUTCALLING
OUTFLINGING OUTFLUNG
OUTHUMOUR
OUTLASHED OUTLASHING
OUTSAVOUR
OVERMANIES
OVERRANK OVERRANKING OVERRANKS
OWRECAME OWRECOMING
PACINGS
PALAEOSOL
PALMIERS
PALPUSES
PAMPHLETED PAMPHLETING
PANDANIS
PANDAN
PANFISHED PANFISHING
PAPPADUM
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PAROTIS
PARTYING
PASCUAL
PASHKA
PAT
PATOOTIE
PATRICO
PEAKING
PECTINAL
PEENING
PEGGY
PELAGIAL
PELL
PELON
PEMPHIGUS
PENSIONE
PERCINE
PERCOID
PERCOCT
PERN
PERV
PHIZ
PICCATA
PIEING
PIGMOID
PILA
PILAU
PILGRIM
PINYIN
PIRATING
PIROG
PIROGI
PISTE
PLAYING
PLAYWEAR
PLEX
PLICA
PLING
PLISKIE
PLUSH
PLUVIAN
POCHAY
PODIUM
POEP
POGO
POH
POISHA
POLYACID

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now also noun
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new variants
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PAROTISES
PARTYINGS
PASCUALS
PASKA PASKHA
PATTEST
PATOOT
PATRICOS
PEAKINGS
PECTINALS
PEENINGS
PEGGIER PEGGIEST

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PELAGIALS
PELLED PELLING
PELONS
PEMPHIGI
PENSIONI
PERCINES
PERCID
PERCOCTED PERCOCTING PERCOCTS
PERNED PERNING
PERVO
PHIZZ
PICCATAS
PIEINGS
PIGMOIDS
PILAE
PELAU
PILGRIMED PILGRIMING
PINYINS
PIRATINGS
PEROG
PEROGIE PEROGY PIEROG PYROGY
PYROHY
PISTED
PLAYINGS
PLAYWEARS
PLEXED PLEXING
PLICAS
PLINGED PLINGING
PLISKIER PLISKIEST
PLUSHED

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inflection
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PLUVIANS
POCHAYED POCHAYING
PODIUMED PODIUMING
POEPED POEPING
POGOES
POHED POHING POHS
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POLYTYPE
POMPIER
PONENT
PORCH
POSTHEAT
POSTPUNK
PRECURSE
PREDRAFT
PREMOLD
PREMOLT
PRESSIE
PRETZEL
PREXY
PROBING
PRODDING
PRODROME
PROPENYL
PROVANT
PUDDY
PUDSY
PUKKA
PULLEY
PULPING
PUNJI
PURLIEU
PUTAMEN
PYGMOID
PYRONINE
QUADDING
QUADRATUS
QUALMING
QUAT
QUATE
QUIDDANY
QURUSH
RACKLE
RADIO
RADIUS
RANG
RAPINI
RATHER
RAZZING
REAPING
REARING
RECKAN
RECOLOR
RECOUPE
REFFING
REGEST

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POLYTYPED POLYTYPING
POMPIERS
PONENTS
PORCHED
POSTHEATED POSTHEATING
POSTPUNKS
PRECURSED PRECURSING
PREDRAFTS
PREMOULD
PREMOULT
PRESSY
PRETZELLED PRETZELLING
PREXIE
PROBINGS
PRODDINGS
PRODROMA
PROPENYLS
PROVANTED PROVANTING PROVANTS
PUDDIER PUDDIEST
PUDSIES
PUKKAH
PULLEYED PULLEYING
PULPINGS
PUNJIED PUNJIING
PURLIEUX
PUTAMENS
PYGMOIDS
PYRONIN
QUADDINGS
QUADRATI
QUALMINGS
QUATTED QUATTING
QUATES
QUIDDANIED QUIDDANYING
KURUSH
RACKLES
RADIOES
RADIUSED RADIUSING
RANGS
RAPINIS
RUTHER
RAZZINGS
REAPINGS
REARINGS
RECKANS
RECOLOUR
RECOUPES
REFFINGS
REGESTED REGESTING
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REHOMING
REITER
REIVING
RENEGUE
REPLOW
RETABLE
REUPTAKE
REWIRING
REZ
RHONCHUS
RIBALD
RICKLY
RIGHTY
ROOIBOS
ROOMFUL
ROUGHING
ROWDYDOW
RUBAI
RUBEL
RUBUS
RUCHED
RUCHING
RUFOUS
RUGELACH
RUMMISH
RUMOURER
RUNG
SABOT
SACKAGE
SACRED
SAECULUM
SALTANDO
SALTATO
SAMBO
SANTIMI
SAPPING
SARGASSO
SAUROID
SCAFF
SCALENE
SCAVAGE
SCHLEPPY
SCHLONG
SCHMECK
SCHMUCK
SCLATE
SCOG
SCOP

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REHOMINGS
REITERED REITERING
REIVINGS
RENEAGUE
REPLOUGH
RETABLO
REUPTAKEN REUPTAKING REUPTOOK
REWIRINGS
REZES
RHONCUS
RIBALDER RIBALDEST
RICKLIER RICKLIEST
RIGHTIER RIGHTIEST
ROOIBOSES
ROOMSFUL
ROUGHINGS
ROWDYDOWED ROWDYDOWING
RUBAIS
RUBLI
RUBUSES
ROUCHED
ROUCHING
RUFOUSES
RUGELACHS
RUMMISHED RUMMISHING
RUMORER
RUNGED
SABOTED
SACKAGED SACKAGING
SACREDER SACREDEST
SAECULA
SALTANDOS
SALTATOS
SAMBOES
SANTIM
SAPPINGS
SARGASSA SARGASSOES
SAUROIDS
SCAFFED SCAFFING
SCALENES
SCAVAGED SCAVAGING
SHLEPPY
SHLONG
SCHMECKED SCHMECKING
SCHMUCKED SCHMUCKING
SCLATED SCLATING
SKOG
SCOPAS
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SECULUM
SEEWING
SEMIDRY
SEMIMUTE
SENGI
SENITI
SERENATE
SESS
SEXT
SEXTUPLY

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SHAHADA
SHAPEN
SHARNY
SHEIK
SHERLOCK
SHH
SHILINGI
SHLUMPY
SHMEAR

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SCHMEAR
SCHMEER
SHMEAR
SHMO
SHOPPY
SHTUP
SICKIE
SIDEARM
SIDEBONES
SIDEBURNS
SIDELING
SIGHING
SITING
SITTINE
SKEO
SKIDDING
SKIJORER
SKILFUL
SKIO
SKLIFF
SKOL
SKOOKUM
SLABBING
SLAID
SLAYING
SLEAZE
SLEAZO
SLOB
SLOGAN

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SCRUFFED SCRUFFING
SECULA
SEEWINGS
SEMIDRIER SEMIDRIEST
SEMIMUTES
SENGIS
SENITIS
SERENATED SERENATING
SESSED SESSING
SEXTED SEXTING
SEXTUPLIED SEXTUPLIES
SEXTUPLYING
SHAHADAH
SHAPENED SHAPENING SHAPENS
SHARNIES
SHAYKH
SHERLOCKED SHERLOCKING
SHHH
SHILINGIS
SHLUMPIER SHLUMPIEST
SHMEARED SHMEARING
SHMEER
SHMOE
SHOPPIES
SCHTUP
SICKY
SIDEARMED SIDEARMING
SIDEBONE
SIDEBURN
SIDELINGS
SIGHINGS
SITINGS
SITTINES
SKEOES
SKIDDINGS
SKIORER
SKILFULL
SKIOES
SKLIFFED SKLIFFING
SKOLED SKOLING
SKOOKUMS
SLABBINGS
SLAIDS
SLAYINGS
SLEAZED SLEAZING
SLEAZOS
SLOBBED SLOBBING
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SMALMY
SMEETH
SMILEY
SMITHING
SMOKEY
SMOOTH
SMOULDRY
SNEESH
SNIRT
SNIVELLY
SNOWMOLD
SOC
SODDY
SOLDADO
SOLLAR
SOLO
SOLUS
SOLUTIVE
SOMEDEAL
SOMONI
SOOTING
SORD
SOWP
SOYLE
SPEARING
SPECCY
SPECKY
SPETCH
SPIDER
SPINK
SPINNY
SPITBALL
SPITCHER
SPONGE
SPORTIF
SPRENT
STAFFING
STALKO
STEERY
STEY
STOCCADO
STOOKING
STOOLIE
STRAFING
STRATUS
STYLOPS

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SMALMIER SMALMIEST
SMEETHED SMEETHING
SMILIES
SMITHINGS
SMOKEYS
SMOOTHE
SMOULDRIER SMOULDRIEST
SNEESHED
SNIRTED SNIRTING
SNIVELY
SNOWMOULD
SOCES
SODDIE
SOLDADOES
SOLLARED SOLLARING
SOLOES
SOLUSES
SOLUTIVES
SOMEDEALS
SOMONIS
SOOTINGS
SORDED SORDING
SOWPED SOWPING
SOYLED SOYLING
SPEARINGS
SPECCIER SPECCIEST
SPECKIES
SPETCHED SPETCHING
SPIDERED SPIDERING
SPINKED SPINKING
SPINNIER SPINNIEST
SPITBALLED SPITBALLING
SPITCHERED SPITCHERING
SPONGEING
SPORTIFS
SPRENTED SPRENTING SPRENTS
STAFFINGS
STALKOS
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STOOKINGS
STOOLY
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SUDAMEN
SUFFECT
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SWACK
SWEATER
TABBING
TABI
TAILSPIN
TAKKIES
TALCUM
TALLYHO
TANGO
TANKER
TANTO
TAPET
TAPETUM
TAPING
TAPIROID
TAPSTRY
TARGA
TARSIOID
TARTUFO
TAXIS
TEMBLOR
TEMPING
TENNE
TERES
THONG
THUDDING
TIFOSO
TIMPANA
TINSELLY
TITCHY
TIZZ
TOADYING
TOLLGATE
TOMCOD
TOOTLE
TOPICAL
TORUS
TOTHER
TOYTOWN
TRAIPSE
TRANK
TREBLING
TREFA
TRIACT

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new plural
now also noun
new inflections
now also verb
now takes adjectival ED
now also noun
now takes -S
new inflection
new singular
now also verb
new inflection
new plural
now also verb
now also noun
now also verb
new plural
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
now also noun
new plural
now also singular noun
new variant
new plural
new meaning with new
plural
new plural
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now also noun
new plural
now also singular noun
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SUBRENTED SUBRENTING
SUCKHOLED SUCKHOLING
SUDAMENS
SUFFECTS
SUSED SUSING
SWACKING SWACKS
SWEATERED
TABBINGS
TABIS
TAILSPUN
TAKKY
TALCUMED TALCUMING
TALLYHOES
TANGOES
TANKERED TANKERING
TANTOS
TAPETED TAPETING
TAPETUMS
TAPINGS
TAPIROIDS
TAPSTRIES
TARGAS
TARSIOIDS
TARTUFI
TAXISES
TREMBLOR
TEMPINGS
TENNESI
TERESES
THONGING
THUDDINGS
TIFOSOS
TIMPANAS
TINSELY
TITCHIE
TIZ
TOADYINGS
TOLLGATED TOLLGATING
TOMMYCOD
TOODLE
TOPICALS
TORUSES
TOTHERS
TOYTOWNS
TRAPSE
TRANKED TRANKING
TREBLINGS
TRAYF TREYF TREYFA
TRIACTS
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TRIPLEX
TSADDIK
TUBEROID
TUBULAR
TUCKING
TULADI
TUPPING
TURPS
TUSHIE
TWAT
TWINKIE
TWINKLY
TYIN
TZURIS
UMBELLULE
UMPH
UNACTIVE
UNADEPT
UNBLOODY
UNBULKY
UNBUSY
UNBUSY
UNCAST
UNCATCHY
UNCHARY
UNCLASSY
UNCLOUDY
UNCOMELY
UNCOSTLY
UNDO
UNDROSSY
UNFANCY
UNFAULTY
UNFLASHY
UNGRAVELY
UNGREEDY
UNGREEN
UNGUILTY
UNHARDY
UNHASTY
UNHEEDY
UNHOMELY
UNIBODY
UNLIVELY
UNLORDLY
UNMERRY
UNMIRY
UNNATIVE
UNNOISY
UNPRETTY

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also noun
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TRIALED TRIALING
TRIPLEXED TRIPLEXING
TSADIK TZADIK
TUBEROIDS
TUBULARS
TUCKINGS
TOULADI
TUPPINGS
TURPSES
TUCHIS TUCHUS
TWATTED TWATTING
TWINKY
TWINKLIER TWINKLIEST
TIYN
TZURISES
UMBELULE
UMPHS
UNACTIVED UNACTIVES UNACTIVING
UNADEPTS
UNBLOODIER UNBLOODIEST
UNBULKIER UNBULKIEST
UNBUSIED UNBUSYING
UNBUSIER UNBUSIEST
UNCASTED UNCASTING UNCASTS
UNCATCHIER UNCATCHIEST
UNCHARIER UNCHARIEST
UNCLASSIER UNCLASSIEST
UNCLOUDIER UNCLOUDIEST
UNCOMELIER UNCOMELIEST
UNCOSTLIER UNCOSTLIEST
UNDOS
UNDROSSIER UNDROSSIEST
UNFANCIER UNFANCIEST
UNFAULTIER UNFAULTIEST
UNFLASHIER UNFLASHIEST
UNGRAVLY
UNGREEDIER UNGREEDIEST
UNGREENER UNGREENEST
UNGUILTIER UNGUILTIEST
UNHARDIER UNHARDIEST
UNHASTIER UNHASTIEST
UNHEEDIER UNHEEDIEST
UNHOMELIER UNHOMELIEST
UNIBODIES
UNLIVELIER UNLIVELIEST
UNLORDLIER UNLORDLIEST
UNMERRIER UNMERRIEST
UNMIRIER UNMIRIEST
UNNATIVED UNNATIVES UNNATIVING
UNNOISIER UNNOISIEST
UNPRETTIER UNPRETTIEST
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UNRIVET
UNSCARY
UNSECRET

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UNSOBER
UNSHOWY
UNSONSY
UNSTRESS
UNSTUFFY
UNSUNNY
UNTENTY
UNTRENDY
UNTRUSTY
UNWEARY
UNWEARY
UNWITTY
UPSLOPE
URETHANE
URTEXT
USTULATE
UTILE
VAKAS
VALLAR
VASELINE
VENTOSE
VERDOY
VERJUICE
VESICA
VIRAL
VIRGA
VLOG
VOLATIC
VORAGO
VOWELLED
VOYAGING
WACKO
WAHCONDA
WAKAME
WANDLE
WANWORDY
WECHT
WENDIGO
WHEREFOR
WHIRRY

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now compares
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now also verb
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UNRIGHTED UNRIGHTING
UNRIVETTED UNRIVETTING
UNSCARIER UNSCARIEST
UNSECRETS UNSECRETED
UNSECRETING
UNSHOTS UNSHOTTED UNSHOTTING
UNSOBERS UNSOBERED UNSOBERING
UNSHOWIER UNSHOWIEST
UNSONSIER UNSONSIEST
UNSTRESSING
UNSTUFFIER UNSTUFFIEST
UNSUNNIER UNSUNNIEST
UNTENTIER UNTENTIEST
UNTRENDIER UNTRENDIEST
UNTRUSTIER UNTRUSTIEST
UNWEARIES
UNWEARIER UNWEARIEST
UNWITTIER UNWITTIEST
UPSLOPES
URETHANED URETHANING
URTEXTE
USTULATED USTULATING
UTILES
VAKASS
VALLARS
VASELINED VASELINING
VENTOSES
VERDOYS
VERJUS
VESICAS
VIRALS
VIRGAE
VLOGGED
VOLATICS
VORAGOS
VOWELED
VOYAGINGS
WACKOES
WACONDA
WAKANE
WANDLED WANDLING
WANWORDIER WANWORDIEST
WECHTED WECHTING
WENDIGOES
WHEREFORS
WHIRRIER WHIRRIEST
WOAH
WHORINGS
WHORLING
WHOWED WHOWING WHOWS
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WIDEBAND
WINDIGO
WINNING
WODGE
WOMAN
WOOFTER
WOOPIE
WOUNDY
WRINKLY
WRIST
XENURINE
YA
YAPPING
YARR
YAWY
YFERE
YILL
YOGHURT
YUPPIEDOM
ZADDICK
ZIGZAGGY
ZONOID
ZOWIE
ZUFOLO

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WHYDA
WIDEBANDS
WINDIGOES
WINNINGEST
WADGE
WOMANNED WOMANNING
WOOFTAH
WOOPY
WOUNDIER WOUNDIEST
WRINKLIE
WRISTED WRISTING
XENURINES
YAS
YAPPINGS
YARRED YARRING
YAWIER YAWIEST
YFERES
YILLED YILLING
YOGOURT
YUPPYDOM
ZADDICKS
ZIGZAGGIER ZIGZAGGIEST
ZONOIDS
ZOWEE
ZUFOLOS

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