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AABDEINR
== BANDEIRA s 1492 an expedition in search of gold and slaves in 17c Brazil [n -S]
AABDELNR
== BARELAND 6269 in phrase bareland croft, a croft with no croft house [adj]
AABELORS
== BRESAOLA s 4095 salt-cured, air-dried beef, served thinly sliced with oil, lemon juice and black pepper [n -S]
AACEILRV
== CAVALIER s 8018 to behave haughtily [v -ED, -ING, -S
== VARICEAL 8019 of or relating to a varix [adj]
AADEIRTT
== DIATRETA 1371 DIATRETUM, a kind of glass bowl of late Roman times [n]
AADHILRT
== HARDTAIL s 9299 a motorcycle or bicycle with no suspension at the rear [n -S]
AADIIINR
== ANIRIDIA s 10472 a congenital condition in which the eye is incompletely formed [n -S]
AAEENSTX
== ANATEXES 8447 ANATEXIS, the partial melting of rocks, esp in the formation of metamorphic rocks [n]
AAEGILRS
== GASALIER s 1871 a gaslight chandelier, also GASELIER, GASOLIER [n -S
== LAIRAGES 1872 LAIRAGE, cattle housing [n
== RAILAGES 1873 RAILAGE, (The cost of) transportation by railway [n
== REGALIAS 1874 REGALIA, a big cigar (a roll of tobacco leaves for smoking) [n]
AAEGMNOS
== MANGEAOS 6102 MANGEAO, a small New Zealand tree with glossy leaves [n]
AAEINSTX
== ANATEXIS 4022 the partial melting of rocks, esp in the formation of metamorphic rocks [n ANATEXES]
AAEIRRST
== TARAIRES 1376 TARAIRE, a type of New Zealand tree with broad green leaves and purple fruit [n]
AAEMNPRT
== PARAMENT as 8339 an ornamental vestment [n -S
== PERMATAN s 8340 a permanent tan [n -S]
AAEMPRT
== APTAMER s 10133 any of various created RNA-based molecules with therapeutic properties [n -S]
AAEOSTUV
== AUTOSAVE ds 4105 to save by a facility which automatically saves newly-recorded data at regular intervals [v AUTOSAVED, AUTOSAVING, AUTOSAVES]
ABCDEORS
== BARCODES 8532 BARCODE, an arrangement, readable by computer, of thick and thin parallel lines, eg printed on, and giving coded details of, goods at a point of sale, library books, etc [n
== BROCADES 8533 BROCADE, to weave a silky fabric with a raised design [v]
ABCINOTU
== BUTANOIC 7560 as in butanoic acid, another name for butyric acid [adj]
ABDEEIRR
== BEARDIER 4691 BEARDY, having a beard [adj
== BREADIER 4692 BREADY, resembling bread [adj]
ABDEEST
== BEASTED 5252 BEAST, to punish or torture (someone) in a manner that involves excessive physical exercise [v
== BESTEAD s 5253 to help (to give aid) [v -ED, -ING, -S
== DEBATES 5254 DEBATE, to deliberate [v]
ABDEILR
== BALDIER 1863 BALDY, having no hair [adj
== BEDRAIL s 1864 a rail that runs along the side of a bed [n -S
== BLADIER 1865 BLADY, as in blady grass [adj
== BRAILED 1866 BRAIL, to haul in a sail [v
== RAILBED s 1867 the bed of a railway track [n -S
== RIDABLE 1868 capable of being ridden, also RIDEABLE [adj]
ABDEILST
== BALDIEST 2901 BALDY, having no hair [adj
== BLADIEST 2902 BLADY, as in blady grass [adj]
ABDINOPR
== PINBOARD s 7561 a board for pinning notices, pictures, etc on [n -S]
ABEFIRST
== FIBRATES 4181 FIBRATE, any of a group of chemical compounds that reduce levels of fat in the body [n]
ABEFIRT
== BAREFIT 3105 barefoot (being without shoes) [adj
== FIBRATE s 3106 any of a group of chemical compounds that reduce levels of fat in the body [n -S]
ABEISTT
== BATISTE s 4943 a fine linen [n -S
== BATTIES t 4944 BATTY, a West Indian slang word for (a person's) bottom [n
== BISTATE 4945 pertaining to two states [adj]
ABEOORST
== AEROBOTS 2619 AEROBOT, an unmanned gas-filled craft used to conduct experiments in planetary atmospheres [n]
ABEOORT
== AEROBOT s 1728 an unmanned gas-filled craft used to conduct experiments in planetary atmospheres [n -S]
ABIRSTU
== ABITURS 6440 ABITUR, in Germany, the final-year school examinations [n]
ACDEILNY
== ADENYLIC 7234 as in adelynic acid, a component in [adj DNA
== LYCAENID s 7235 any member of the Lycaenidae, a family of butterflies [n -S]
ACDENRU
== DURANCE s 4029 restraint by physical force [n -S
== UNCARED 4030 not cared (for) [adj
== UNRACED 4031 not raced [adj]
ACDEORRS
== CERRADOS 7706 CERRADO, an area of wooded savanna in S America [n
== CORRADES 7707 CORRADE, to erode (to wear away) [v]
ACDINRSU
== CANDIRUS 8392 CANDIRU, a tiny S
American fish which can swim into a body orifice,where it attaches itself by means of a spine and feeds on blood and body tissue [n]
ACEEHILS
== HELICASE s 8955 any of a group of enzymes that are able to separate the strands of the double-helix of a DNA molecule [n -S]
ACEHINRU
== ECHIURAN s 4218 one of the Echiura, a phylum of marine invertebrates, aka spoonworms [n -S]
ACEIINRR
== CAIRNIER 4155 CAIRNY, relating to a cairn [adj]
ACEINRRT
== TRANCIER 1892 TRANCEY, (Of music, etc) creating a hypnotic effect [adj]
ACEMORS
== AMORCES 6564 AMORCE, a percussion cap for a toy pistol [n
== SCREAMO s 6565 a form of emo music typically featuring screaming vocals [n -S]
ACENRTY
== ENCRATY 5853 self-control [n ENCRATIES
== NECTARY 5854 a plant gland [n NECTARIES
== TRANCEY 5855 (Of music, etc) creating a hypnotic effect [adj TRANCIER, TRANCIEST]
ACINORS
== AIRCONS 2131 AIRCON, an air conditioner [n
== RACINOS 2132 RACINO, a racetrack that offers additional facilities for gambling [n
== SARONIC 2133 pertaining to an astronomical cycle [adj]
ADEEGIRT
== GAITERED 341 wearing gaiters [adj]
ADEEGLNT
== DANEGELT s 2170 a tenth century defence tax, also DANEGELD [n -S
== DETANGLE drs 2171 to remove knots or tangles from [v DETANGLED, DETANGLING, DETANGLES]
ADEEGNST
== ENDGATES 2180 ENDGATE, (N
Amer
) a tailboard [n]
ADEEHIPR
== PIERHEAD s 5449 the seaward end of a pier [n -S]
ADEEMRS
== MEDRESA s 5324 (Arabic) an Islamic college, or school attached to mosque [n -S
== REMADES 5325 REMADE, a thing made over [n
== REMEADS 5326 REMEAD, to cure, also REMEDE [v
== SMEARED 5327 SMEAR, to spread with something oily or sticky [v]
ADEERSST
== ASSERTED 6536 ASSERT, to state positively [v
== DEARESTS 6537 DEAREST, a loved one [n
== ESTRADES 6538 ESTRADE, a low platform [n]
ADEFINN
== FANNIED 4961 FANNY, as in to fanny about, to procrastinate [v]
ADEHILNO
== LIONHEAD s 670 a small long-tailed breed of rabbit [n -S]
ADEILMNN
== LANDMINE ds 6591 to lay landmines [v LANDMINED, LANDMINING, LANDMINES]
ADEIPRST
== DIPTERAS 1300 DIPTERA, a two-winged insect [n
== DRAPIEST 1301 DRAPEY, characterized by graceful folds [adj
== RAPIDEST 1302 RAPID, swift (speedy (swift (speedy))) [adj]
== a SPIRATED 1303 spirally twisted [adj
== TARSIPED s 1304 a marsupial [n -S
== TRAIPSED 1305 TRAIPSE, to walk in an aimless manner, also TRAPE, TRAPES [v]
ADEKNOU
== UNOAKED 5565 (Of wine) not fermented in an oak cask [adj]
ADEKNRST
== DARKNETS 6457 DARKNET, the collection of networks and other technologies that enable people to illegally share copyrighted digital files with little or no fear of detection [n]
ADEKNRT
== DARKNET s 4690 the collection of networks and other technologies that enable people to illegally share copyrighted digital files with little or no fear of detection [n -S]
ADENOTT
== ATTONED 978 ATTONE, to atone (to make amends) [v
== NOTATED 979 NOTATE, to put into a system of symbols [v]
ADIIRSTT
== DARTITIS 8424 a nervous condition affecting darts players, resulting in an inability to release the dart [n -ES
== DISTRAIT e 8425 absent-minded [adj
== TRIADIST s 8426 a composer of triads [n -S]
ADOORTW
== WOODRAT s 9623 another name for the pack-rat [n -S]
AEEEGNST
== TEENAGES 3626 TEENAGE, the age between 13 and 20 [n]
AEEEGNTW
== TWEENAGE r 8451 having the characteristics of a TWEENAGER [adj]
AEEFILMT
== METAFILE s 5455 graphical information capable of being transferred between systems or software [n -S]
AEEGILRT
== LITREAGE s 346 volume in litres [n -S]
AEEGINRT
== ENARGITE s 103 a dark-grey crystalline copper arsenic sulphide, a minor ore of copper [n -S
== GRATINEE ds 104 to cook with a crust [v GRATINEED, GRATINEEING, GRATINEES
== INTERAGE 105 including people of various ages [adj]
AEEGNSST
== SANGEETS 9357 SANGEET, a kind of pre-wedding party in a Hindi or Sikh marriage [n]
AEEGNST
== NEGATES 1531 NEGATE, to nullify (to negate (to nullify (to negate))) [v
== SANGEET s 1532 a kind of pre-wedding party in a Hindi or Sikh marriage [n -S]
AEEILMR
== EMAILER s 1355 one who sends electronic messages via computer [n -S
== MEALIER 1356 MEALY, covered with meal [adj]
AEEILMRS
== ALMERIES 1952 ALMERY, a cupboard for sacred vessels, also AMBRY, ALMIRAH, AMBERY, AUMBRY, AWMRIE, AWMRY [n
== EMAILERS 1953 EMAILER, one who sends electronic messages via computer [n
== MEASLIER 1954 MEASLY, meagre (inadequate, also MEAGER) [adj]
AEEIMRRS
== REREMAIS 4714 REREMAI, the basking shark [n
== SMEARIER 4715 SMEARY, smeared [adj]
AEEIRRSW
== SWEARIER 4723 SWEARY, relating to, containing or inclined to use swear-words [adj]
AEELMST
== MALTESE 5348 as in maltese cross, a mechanism providing intermittent frame-by-frame movement in a motion picture film projector [adj]
AEELNORT
== REALTONE s 55 a ringtone that closely resembles an original sound record [n -S]
AEELNOS
== ENOLASE s 374 an enzyme (a complex protein, also ENZYM) [n -S
== LOANEES 375 LOANEE, a person who receives a loan; a sportsperson who is loaned from one organization to another [n]
AEERRSTW
== REWATERS 8180 REWATER, to water again [v
== WATERERS 8181 WATERER, one that waters (to sprinkle with a transparent, odourless, tasteless liquid) [n]
AEFILNN
== FLANNIE s 4971 (Aust
) a shirt made of flannel or flannelette, also FLANNY [n -S]
AEFILNNS
== FLANNIES 6602 FLANNY, (Aust
) a shirt made of flannel or flannelette, also FLANNIE [n]
AEFINSST
== FANSITES 6962 FANSITE, a website devoted to fans of a particular celebrity, TV programme, etc [n]
AEFINST
== FAINEST 836 FAIN, joyful (happy (marked by joy)) [adj
== FANSITE s 837 a website devoted to fans of a particular celebrity, TV programme, etc [n -S
== NAIFEST 838 NAIF, naive (lacking sophistication) [adj]
AEGHILTT
== TEALIGHT s 9389 a candle used in tea or food warmers or as a night light [n -S]
AEGINOPT
== PINOTAGE s 484 a variety of grape grown mainly in South Africa, produced by crossing Pinot with another grape; a red wine made from this grape [n -S]
AEGINSS
== AGNISES 5871 AGNISE, to acknowledge, also AGNIZE [v]
== clt EASINGS 5872 EASING, the act of freeing from pain or trouble [n
== SEASING 5873 SEASE, to grasp suddenly [v]
AEGNNRTW
== GNATWREN s 9507 any of various species of small bird of the gnatcatcher family [n -S]
AEHIPST
== APESHIT 5728 (Vulg
) berserk; destructively crazy [adj]
AEHISTY
== HAYIEST 5732 HAYEY, like hay [adj]
AEHORSTU
== ARTHOUSE s 1731 a cinema that shows films regarded as artistic as distinct from popular [n -S
== OUTHEARS 1732 OUTHEAR, to surpass in hearing [v
== RATHOUSE s 1733 (Australian slang) a mental asylum [n -S]
AEHOSTW
== AWHETOS 6602 AWHETO, the so-called vegetable caterpillar of New Zealand [n]
AEIKLNRR
== KNARLIER 7391 KNARLY, like a knarl [adj]
AEILLNNU
== UILLEANN 10226 as in uilleann pipes, Irish bagpipes, worked by squeezing bellows under the arm [adj
== UNLINEAL 10227 not lineal [adj]
AEILNRST
== ENTRAILS 88 ENTRAIL, to interlace [v
== LARNIEST 89 LARNEY, of clothes, smart [adj
== LATRINES 90 LATRINE, a type of toilet [n
== RATLINES 91 RATLINE, one of the ropes forming the steps of a ladder on a ship, also RATLIN, RATLING, RATTLIN, RATTLINE [n
== REINSTAL ls 92 to instal again, also REINSTALL [n -S
== RETINALS 93 RETINAL, a pigment in the retina, also RETINENE [n
== SLANTIER 94 SLANTY, deviating from the horizontal or vertical [adj
== TRENAILS 95 TRENAIL, a wooden peg used to fasten timber, also TREENAIL, TRUNNEL [n]
AEIMRSTV
== MARVIEST 4296 MARVY, marvellous [adj
== VITAMERS 4297 VITAMER, a type of chemical compound [n]
AEINNORW
== NANOWIRE s 958 a wire of microscopic thickness [n -S]
AEINNST
== INANEST 695 INANE, senseless [adj
== NANITES 696 NANITE, a microscopically small machine or device, perhaps only a few atoms wide, manufactured using nanotechnology, also NANOMACHINE [n
== STANINE s 697 one of nine classes into which a set of scores is divided [n -S
== TANNIES 698 TANNIE, (Afrikaans) literally aunt, a title of respect for an elderly woman [n]
AEINORST
== ANOESTRI 8 ANOESTRUS, a period of sexual dormancy, also ANESTRUS [n
== ARSONITE s 9 one who maliciously lights fires, also ARSONIST [n -S
== NOTAIRES 10 NOTAIRE, in France, a public official authorized by the state to attest and certify certain legal documents, oversee property transactions, etc [n
== NOTARIES 11 NOTARY, a public official who can certify documents [n
== NOTARISE ds 12 to attest to as a notary, also NOTARIZE [v NOTARISED, NOTARISING, NOTARISES
== ROSINATE s 13 a resinate [n -S
== SENORITA s 14 an unmarried Spanish girl or woman [n -S]
AEINORT
== NOTAIRE s 1 in France, a public official authorized by the state to attest and certify certain legal documents, oversee property transactions, etc [n -S
== OTARINE 2 pertaining to otaries (a big-eared seal) [adj]
AEINRTVW
== VAWNTIER 2166 VAWNTIE, boastful, also VAUNTIE, VAUNTY [adj]
AEKORST
== KOTARES 3034 KOTARE, a small greenish-blue kingfisher found in New Zealand [n]
AELOPST
== APOSTLE s 2565 one sent by Christ to preach the gospel [n -S
== PELOTAS 2566 PELOTA, a court game of Spanish origin [n
== POTALES 2567 POTALE, refuse from a grain distillery [n]
AENNOOPR
== NANOPORE s 6115 a microscopic pore [n -S]
AENOSTV
== NOVATES 1192 NOVATE, to substitute a new obligation for an existing one [v]
AEOPRRS
== PARORES 6027 PARORE, a type of fish found around New Zealand and Australia [n]
AGINNOTT
== ATTONING 8843 ATTONE, to atone (to make amends) [v
== NOTATING 8844 NOTATE, to put into a system of symbols [v]
AGINNOTV
== NOVATING 9647 NOVATE, to substitute a new obligation for an existing one [v]
AGINRSU
== AIRGUNS 3821 AIRGUN, a gun that discharges missiles by means of compressed air [n]
AGNORST
== SNOTRAG s 2409 (slang) a handkerchief [n -S]
AILORSTT
== ORLISTAT s 2728 an orally administered drug that reduces the absorption of dietary fat by inhibiting the action of enzymes in the digestive system, used to treat obesity [n -S]
AIMNORTU
== MINOTAUR 1399 as in minotaur beetle, a kind of dung-beetle [adj]
BDEEIRST
== BEDRITES 3934 BEDRITE, the privilege or due of the marriage-bed, also BEDRIGHT [n
== BESTRIDE s 3935 to straddle (to side, stand, or walk with the legs far apart) [v BESTRODE, BESTRID, BESTRIDING, BESTRIDES
== BISTERED 3936 pertaining to bister (a pigment of warm brown colour, also BISTRE) [adj]
BDEEIRT
== BEDRITE s 2910 the privilege or due of the marriage-bed, also BEDRIGHT [n -S]
BDEINRR
== BREDRIN s 8524 (Coll
) a close male friend, also BREDREN [n -S]
BDEIOOR
== DOOBRIE s 3640 a thing whose name is unknown or temporarily forgotten, a what's-its-name, also DOOBREY [n -S]
BDEIOORS
== DOOBRIES 5010 DOOBRIE, a thing whose name is unknown or temporarily forgotten, a what's-its-name, also DOOBREY [n]
BEEGIIR
== BEIGIER 8127 BEIGY, relating to the color beige [adj]
BEEGIIST
== BEIGIEST 10331 BEIGY, relating to the color beige [adj]
BEEGILR
== GLEBIER 7524 GLEBY, cloddy (lumpy (full of lumps)) [adj]
BEEGILST
== GLEBIEST 9607 GLEBY, cloddy (lumpy (full of lumps)) [adj]
BEEGINST
== BEESTING s 5923 as in beesting lips, pouting or sensuous lips, also BEESTUNG [adj
== BEIGNETS 5924 BEIGNET, a fritter, also BEIGNE [n]
BEEINRTW
== INTERWEB s 5518 a facetious name for the Internet, used to imply that the speaker has little understanding of or interest in the subject [n -S]
BEGIILNR
== BLINGIER 8897 BLINGY, bling, flashy [adj]
BEIORRS
== BROSIER 6036 BROSY, smeared with brose [adj]
CDEEGIIT
== DIEGETIC 10333 relating to DIEGESIS, the narration of the facts [adj]
CDEINRS
== CINDERS 4209 CINDER, to reduce to ashes [v
== DISCERN s 4210 to perceive (to become aware of through the senses) [v -ED, -ING, -S
== NERDICS 4211 NERDIC, another name for GEEKSPEAK [n]
== p RESCIND s 4212 to annul (to declare void) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
CEEHIOST
== ECHOIEST 6181 ECHOEY, full of echos [adj]
CEGINSU
== CUEINGS 9842 CUEING, the act of prompting an actor [n]
CEIINORT
== RETINOIC 886 as in retinoic acid, a derivative of vitamin A that is important in morphogenesis and embryo development [adj]
CEILNST
== CLIENTS 4217 CLIENT, a customer (one who buys something) [n
== LECTINS 4218 LECTIN, a protein that binds to a sugar molecule [n
== LENTISC s 4219 the mastic tree, also LENTISK [n -S
== STENCIL s 4220 to produce by means of a perforated sheet of material [v STENCILED or STENCILLED, STENCILLING, STENCILS]
CEILOOT
== CLOOTIE 3646 as in clootie dumpling, a suet pudding, containing currants, raisins, etc, steamed or boiled in a cloth [adj]
CEINORSU
== COINSURE drs 1786 to insure with another [v COINSURED, COINSURING, COINSURES
== INSOURCE ds 1787 to subcontract work to another company that is under the same general ownership [v INSOURCED, INSOURCING, INSOURCES
== NOURICES 1788 NOURICE, a nurse [n
== ROUNCIES 1789 ROUNCY, a riding-horse [n]
CEIOPRT
== PTEROIC 3614 as in pteroic acid, the original folic acid found in spinach [adj]
CENORST
== CONSTER s 2693 to infer (to deduce (to derive (to trace to an origin))) [v -ED, -ING, -S
== CORNETS 2694 CORNET, a trumpet-like instrument [n
== CRESTON s 2695 an outcrop [n -S
== CRETONS 2696 a spread of shredded pork cooked with onions in pork fat [n
== CRONETS 2697 CRONET, hair growing over the top of a horse's hoof [n]
DEEELNTU
== UNDELETE ds 7792 to undo the deletion of a computer file [v UNDELETED, UNDELETING, UNDELETES]
DEEFGIRT
== FIDGETER s 5933 one that fidgets (to move about restlessly) [n -S
== REGIFTED 5934 REGIFT, to take a gift that has been received and give it to somebody else, sometimes in the guise of a new gift [v]
DEEGILS
== LEGSIDE s 5827 that half of a cricket field on the side on which the batsman stands when waiting to receive the ball [n -S]
DEEIILNT
== TIDELINE s 1412 the edge of the tide [n -S]
DEEIKNOT
== DIKETONE 2735 as in diphenylene diketone, another name for anthraquinone [n]
DEENNRU
== ENURNED 8161 ENURN, to put into an urn, also INURN [v]
DEEOPTU
== TOUPEED 6279 having a TOUPEE [adj]
DEGLNRSU
== GRUNDLES 10078 GRUNDLE, (US slang) the perineum [n]
DEGLNRU
== GRUNDLE s 7846 (US slang) the perineum [n -S]
DEGORST
== STODGER s 3022 a dull person [n -S]
== s TODGERS 3023 TODGER, (slang) the penis [n]
DEIINSY
== YINDIES 7952 YINDIE, a person in his or her early 30's who combines a lucrative career with non-mainstream tastes [n]
DEORRSTU
== DETRUSOR s 6055 a muscle in the wall of the bladder that contracts when the bladder is full [n -S]
EEFIIRST
== FEIRIEST 4435 FEIRIE, nimble (agile (nimble (agile))) [adj
== FEISTIER 4436 FEISTY, spirited [adj
== FERITIES 4437 FERITY, wildness (the state of being wild (living in a natural state, also WIELD)) [n
== FIERIEST 4438 FIERY, intensely hot [adj]
EEGINRTT
== RINGETTE s 2764 a team sport played on an ice surface in which straight sticks are used to control a rubber ring [n -S]
EEGIOPRS
== PEROGIES 3661 PEROGI, a traditional Polish dish, a semicircular filled dumpling, also PIEROGI, PIROGI [n]
EEGNNRU
== UNGREEN 11003 not green [adj]
EEHISTT
== HETTIES 10094 HETTIE, a heterosexual person [n]
EEHNOORU
== HONOUREE s 6372 a person who is honoured [n -S]
EEIKNRS
== KEIRENS 5926 KEIREN, an 8-lap track cycling event in which the riders follow a motorcycle pacer for the first 51/2 laps, sprinting the remaining 21/2 laps after the motorcycle has pulled off the track, also KEIRIN [n]
EEIPRSTV
== PERVIEST 9197 PERVY, perverted [adj]
EFGIRST
== REGIFTS 6186 REGIFT, to take a gift that has been received and give it to somebody else, sometimes in the guise of a new gift [v]
EGHILNOT
== HOTELING s 2870 (In an office where hot-desking is practised) the advance booking of a desk by an employee [n -S]
EGHILNRS
== GHRELINS 7949 GHRELIN, a gastrointestinal hormone produced by epithelial cells lining the fundus of the stomach [n
== HERLINGS 7950 HERLING, a young sea-trout [n
== SHINGLER s 7951 one who shingles (to cover with thin tiles of wood) [n -S]
EGHIMNOR
== HOMERING 7171 HOMER, to hit a home run [v
== REHOMING 7172 REHOME, to home again [v]
EGIINNRT
== INTEGRIN s 4844 any of a superfamily of cell surface proteins that bind to components of the extracellular matrix, facilitating the cell adhesion and signalling [n -S]
EGILNORU
== LOUNGIER 869 LOUNGY, suitable for lounging [adj]
EGILNRUY
== GUYLINER s 7971 eyeliner when worn by a man or boy [n -S]
EHIOORST
== TOOSHIER 2639 TOOSHIE, upset [adj]
EIILNOR
== NOILIER 304 NOILY, pertaining to a noil (a kind of short fibre) [adj]
EIILNOST
== ETIOLINS 496 ETIOLIN, a yellow pigment in light-starved plants [n
== NOILIEST 497 NOILY, pertaining to a noil (a kind of short fibre) [adj]
EIJORTT
== JOTTIER 6746 JOTTY, written down quickly [adj]
EILLORTT
== TORTELLI 7379 small pasta parcels stuffed with meat, cheese or vegetables [n]
EILLOST
== OILLETS 4676 OILLET, an eyelet [n
== STELLIO n 4677 as in stellio lizard, a STELLION [adj
== TOLLIES 4678 TOLLIE, a castrated calf, also TOLLY [n]
EILMNNOO
== MONOLINE 9977 as in monoline insurer, an insurer who undertakes to pay the principal and interest on a bond should the issuer default [adj]
EINORSTX
== NITROXES 2158 NITROX, a mixture of nitrogen and oxygen, used in underwater breathing apparatus [n]
EINORSX
== OREXINS 3046 OREXIN, a hormone that stimulates the appetite and is thought to be important for sleep regulation, aka HYPOCRETIN [n]
EIORSST
== ROESTIS 2383 ROESTI, a dish of grated potatoes shaped into a pancake and fried, also ROSTI [n]
== bp ROSIEST 2384 ROSY, roselike (like a rose) [adj
== SIROSET 2385 of fabric, treated to prevent wrinkling, a process developed by [adj CSIRO
== SORITES 2386 a type of argument used in logic [n SORITES
== SORTIES 2387 SORTIE, to attack suddenly from a defensive position [v
== STORIES 2388 STORY, to relate an account of an event [v
== TOSSIER 2389 TOSSY, pert (jaunty (briskly self-assured, also JANTY, JANTEE, JAUNTEE)) [adj
== TRIOSES 2390 TRIOSE, a simple sugar [n]
ENOORSTT
== NETROOTS 4690 NETROOT, a political activist who promotes his or her cause via the internet [n]
ENOORTT
== NETROOT s 3514 a political activist who promotes his or her cause via the internet [n -S]
GINORRST
== RORTINGS 7445 RORTING, the falsification of accounts [n]
AEIOSTT
== g OATIEST 312 OATY, like oats [adj
== OSTIATE 313 having an ostium [adj
== TOASTIE rs 314 a toasted sandwich [n -S
EILOOST
== z OOLITES 1328 OOLITE, a variety of limestone, also OOLITH, ROESTONE [n
== OSTIOLE s 1329 a small bodily opening [n -S
== STOOLIE s 1330 an informer (one who informs (to pass on information, also ENFORM)) [n -S]
== s TOOLIES 1331 TOOLIE, in Australia, an adult who gatecrashes the Schoolies Week celebrations,esp one who makes sexual advances towards students [n]