1/1 ACEERST CERATES- CERATE, a medicated ointment [n]
-CREATES- CREATE, to bring into being [v]
-ECARTES- ECARTE, a card game [n]
SECRETA- products of secretion [n]

2/3 AELQSU EQUALS- EQUAL, to reach the same level of quantity or value [v]
LASQUE/S a thin, flat diamond [n -S]
SQUEAL/S to utter a sharp, shrill cry [v -ED, -ING, -S]

3/4 EEINRSST INTERESS/E to interest (to engage the attention of) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
-SENTRIES SENTRY, the one who stands guard [n]
TRENISES- TRENISE, the fourth movement of a quadrille [n]

4/5 ABEGINRS -BEARINGS- BEARING, demeanor (the manner in which one conducts oneself) [n]
REBASING REBASE, to set a new foundation for something [v]
SABERING SABER, to strike with a type of sword, also SABRE [v]

5/7 AEGINNSW WEANINGS- WEANING, an act of weaning [n]

6/8 EGLOPRST SPROGLET/S a small child [n -S]

7/9 EEILMOST MESOLITE/S a zeolite composition [n -S]
MISLETOE/S a former spelling of mistletoe [n -S]

8/10 CMOO -COOM-/BSY to begrime (to make dirty (soiled)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

9/12 DDEEINT ENDITED- ENDITE, to charge formally with a crime [v]
TEINDED TEIND, to assess (to estimate (to calculate)) [v]

10/20 ADKR -DARK/SY having little light [adj DARKER, DARKEST] / to darken (to make dark) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

11/33 BKRSU -BRUSK- abrupt in manner, also BRUSQUE [adj BRUSKER, BRUSKEST]
BURKS- BURK, a fool, also BERK [n]

12/37 EEGINRST A/-GENTRIES GENTRY, people of high social class [n]
INTEGERS- INTEGER, a whole number [n]
REESTING REEST, to balk (to refrain from proceeding, also BAUK, BAULK) [v]
-STEERING/S the guiding of a vehicle [n -S]
STREIGNE/DS to stretch (to extend (to expand (to increase in size or volume))) [v STREIGNED, STREIGNING, STREIGNES]

13/46 ACKW -CAWK-/S chalk, also CAUK [n -S]
S/WACK/EOSY an eccentric person [n -S] / bad, unfashionable, also WACKO [adj WACKER, WACKEST]

14/50 ADEIMNS DEMAINS- DEMAIN, a manor house and its untenanted land, also DEMESNE [n]
MAIDENS- MAIDEN, a young unmarried woman [n]
MEDIANS- MEDIAN, a central part [n]
MEDINAS- MEDINA, the native quarter of a North African city [n]
SIDEMAN a member of a jazz band [n SIDEMEN]

15/63 AHTW -THAW/SY to melt (to change from a solid to a liquid state by heat) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-WHAT-/AS the true nature of something [n -S]

16/65 DERY DREY/S a squirrel's nest [n -S]
-DYER-/S one that dyes (to change the colour of) [n -S]
YERD-/S to bury (to put in the ground and cover with earth) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

17/69 ABIR ABRI/MNS a bomb shelter [n -S]
RABI/CDS the spring grain harvest [n -S]
RIBA-/S the charging of interest, forbidden by Islam [n -S]

18/70 AEILORSV OVERSAIL/S to project (to extend outward) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
VALORISE/DS to establish and maintain the price of by government action, also VALORIZE [v VALORISED, VALORISING, VALORISES]
O/VARIOLES- VARIOLE, a small fovea, also FOVEOLA, FOVEOLE, FOVEOLET [n]
VOLARIES VOLARY, an aviary (a large bird enclosure) [n]

19/71 KNOSU ONKUS bad, also ONCUS [adj]

20/72 AANN -ANAN-/A expressing misunderstanding [interj]
CMNTW/ANNA-/LST a former coin of India [n -S]
NAAN/S a slightly leavened bread, also NAN [n -S]
AJ/-NANA-/S a grandmother [n -S]

21/75 ACDEHILT DITHECAL having two spore-cases, also DITHECOUS [adj]

22/77 AEHMNOT NATHEMO never the more [adv]

23/80 NOOR CK/-ROON-/S a list or selvage, also RUND [n -S]

24/81 DSTU A/DUST/SY to rid of minute particles of matter [v -ED, -ING, -S]
STUD/ESY to adorn with small projections [v STUDDED, STUDDING, STUDS]

25/82 HNOO CS/-HOON-/S to act loutishly [v -ED, -ING, -S]

26/83 ABEK -BAKE/DNRS to cook in an oven [v BAKED, BAKEN or BAKED, BAKING, BAKES]
BEAK/SY a bird's bill [n -S]

27/84 BEILORS -BOILERS- BOILER, a pot for boiling [n]
LIBEROS- LIBERO, a footballer who plays behind the backs [n]
P/REBOILS- REBOIL, to boil again [v]

28/85 BENS -BENS- BEN, an inner room [n]
S/NEBS- NEB, of birds, to touch bills [v]
-SNEB/S to snib (to latch (to close a gate with a catch)) [v SNEBBED, SNEBBING, SNEBS]

29/86 EGNOORS ORGONES- ORGONE, a vital force permeating the universe [n]
OROGENS- OROGEN, a region which has undergone orogeny [n]

30/87 CEEEILNT TELECINE/S television transmission [n -S]

31/89 AFFY BDFT/AFFY- to trust (to place confidence in) [v AFFIED, AFFYDE or AFFIED, AFFYING, AFFIES]
N/-YAFF/S to bark (to cry like a dog) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

32/90 OPTT POTT-/OSY a size of paper [n -S]

33/92 AADEORRT AERODART/S an arrow-headed missile [n -S]

34/93 ALPS CPS/ALPS- ALP, a high mountain [n]
ACFKPS/LAPS-/E LAP, to extend beyond some limit [v]
O/-PALS-/AY PAL, to associate as friends [v]
-SALP-/AS a free-swimming small marine animal, also SALPA, SALPIAN, SALPID [n -S]
-SLAP/S to strike with the open hand [v SLAPPED, SLAPPING, SLAPS]

35/95 ACLT E/-CLAT/S to scratch (to make a thin, shallow cut on) [v CLATTED, CLATTING, CLATS]
TALC/SY to treat with a fine powdery mineral [v TALCED or TALCKED, TALCING or TALCKING, TALCS]

36/96 DNTY TYND/E TIND, to kindle (to cause to burn) [v]

37/97 DIOV DIVO-/ST (Ital) a highly distinguished male singer [n DIVI or DIVOS]
AO/VOID/S to nullify of legal force or effect [v -ED, -ING, -S]

38/98 OPSU M/-OPUS a musical composition [n -ES]
CDLMNRS/-OUPS- OUP, to bind with thread, also OOP [v]
-SOUP-/SY to increase the power of efficiency of [v -ED, -ING, -S]

39/99 EERV -EREV-/S the day before a Jewish special day [n EREVS]
BFLNS/EVER-/TY at all times [adv]
VEER-/SY to change direction [v -ED, -ING, -S]

40/100 EKKOPU PUKEKO/S a New Zealand wading bird [n -S]

41/101 EEFGORST GOREFEST/S a movie featuring much bloodshed [n -S]

42/102 MNOO -MONO-/S an infectious disease [n -S]
-MOON-/GSY to wander about listlessly [v -ED, -ING, -S]

43/103 AACC BY/ACCA/S (Australian slang) an academic, also ACKER [n -S]
CACA/OS -S faeces, also KAK, CACK, KACK [n]

44/104 CHIP -CHIP-/S to break a small piece from [v CHIPPED, CHIPPING, CHIPS]

45/105 MOPS -MOPS-/Y MOP, to clean with a sponge on a stick [v]
-POMS- POM, an immigrant from the British Isles, also POMMY, POMMIE [n]

46/106 EKLPS S/KELPS- KELP, to burn large brown seaweed [v]
-SKELP/S to slap (to strike with the open hand) [v SKELPED, SKELPIT, SKELPING, SKELPS]
SPELK/S a splinter [n -S]

47/109 EKNTU JST/UNKET strange (unusual (not usual)) [adj]

48/110 FHMU HUMF-/S to carry something awkward [v -ED, -ING, -S]

49/112 IPRT DG/RIPT- RIP, to tear apart roughly [v]
AS/-TRIP/ESY to stumble (to trip when walking or running) [v TRIPPED, TRIPPING, TRIPS]

50/113 EINS S/NIES- NY, to approach (to come near to) [v]
SIEN/ST a child or descendant, also SCION, SIENT [n -S]
SINE-/DSW to rinse (to cleanse with clear water) [v SINED, SINING, SINES]

51/114 BOOR -BOOR-/DS a rude person [n -S]
-BROO-/DKLMS the eyebrow, also BREE, BRIE [n -S]

52/115 IMNO AI/MINO/RS a raincoat of hemp [n -S]

53/117 FFNU S/NUFF/S enough (sufficient) [n -S]

54/119 IPQU E/QUIP/OSU to make witty remarks [v QUIPPED, QUIPPING, QUIPS]

55/120 EGNS LM/ENGS- ENG, a phonetic symbol [n]
-GENS- a type of clan (a group of families) [n GENTES]
NEGS- NEG, a photographic negative [n]

56/121 AAGILNRS LARIGANS- LARIGAN, a type of leather boot also LARRIGAN [n]
SANGRAIL/S the legendary cup used by Christ at the Last Supper also SANGREAL [n -S]

57/122 EFOR A/-FORE-/LSX the front part of something [n -S]
-FROE-/S a cleaving tool, also FROW [n -S]
ORFE-/S a golden-yellow fish [n -S]

58/123 AFWY AWFY (Scots) awfully, extremely [adv]

59/124 CEIT CITE-/DRS to quote as an example [v CITED, CITING, CITES]
M/-ETIC/S a type of linguistic analysis [n -S]
-TICE-/DS to entice (to lead astray) [v TICED, TICING, TICES]

60/125 AFSU HL/AUFS- AUF, an elf's child [n]

61/126 INPS S/NIPS- NIP, to pinch lightly [v]
S/-PINS- PIN, to fasten (to secure (to make safe or certain)) [v]
-SNIP/ESY to cut with a short, quick stroke [v SNIPPED, SNIPPING, SNIPS]
-SPIN/AEKSY to draw out and twist into threads [v SPUN or SPINED, SPINNING, SPINS]

62/127 AESW W/AWES- AWE, to strike with fear [v]
T/WAES- WAE, woe (grief (intense mental stress)) [n]
WASE-/S a wisp of hay [n -S]

63/128 ENSY S/-NYES- NYE, to approach (to come near to) [v]
-SNYE-/S a side channel of a river, also SNY [n -S]
-SYEN-/S an offshoot (a lateral shoot from a main stem) [n -S]
SYNE-/DS to rinse (to cleanse with clear water) [v SYNED, SYNING, SYNES]
HS/-YENS- YEN, to yearn (to long for) [v]

64/129 AAAEKT AKATEA/S a New Zealand vine with white flowers [n -S]

65/130 ABRY A/-BRAY-/S to cry like as ass [v -ED, -ING, -S]

66/131 BRSU BRUS-/HKT BRU, buddy, pal, also BRO [n]
BURS-/AET BUR, to remove a rough edge from [v]
DG/RUBS- RUB, to apply friction to [v]
BC/URBS- URB, an urban area [n]

67/132 ELOP ES/-LOPE-/DRS to run with a long stride [v LOPED, LOPING, LOPES]
G/OLPE/S a Greek jug [n OLPES or OLPAE]
-POLE-/DRSY to propel with a long stick [v POLED, POLING, POLES]

68/133 DEEV DEEV-/ES in Persian legend, an evil spirit, also DIV [n -S]

69/134 CIKY DKMPSTW/ICKY- repulsive [adj ICKIER, ICKIEST]

70/135 CEELNOST TELECONS- TELECON, (short for) teleconference [n]

71/136 EGGY LP/EGGY- containing eggs to some extent [adj EGGIER, EGGIEST]
-YEGG/S a burglar, also YEGGMAN [n -S]

72/137 EILRSTT BCFGS/LITTERS- LITTER, to scatter rubbish about [v]
-SLITTER/S one that slits (to make a long narrow cut in) [n -S]
-STILTER/S one who walks on stilts [n -S]
TESTRIL/LS a sixpence (a British coin) [n -S]
S/TILTERS- TILTER, one that tilts (to cause to slant) [n]
TITLERS- TITLER, a claimant (one who makes a claim, also CLAIMER) [n]

73/138 BDEEILNR BEDLINER/S a protective covering for the bed of a truck [n -S]
LINEBRED produced by breeding within a particular line of descent [adj]
RENDIBLE capable of being rent [adj]

74/140 CHOT COTH-/S a hyperbolic cotangent [n -S]

75/141 AILS BFHJKMNPRSTVW/AILS- AIL, to be indisposed [v]
AG/LIAS early Jurassic rocks, LIASES [n -ES]
-SAIL-/S to be pushed in a boat by the wind [v -ED, -ING, -S]
SIAL/S a type of rock formation [n -S]

76/142 ACILNOOR CORONIAL of or relating to a CORONER [adj]

77/145 ADEERRST ARRESTED ARREST, to bring to a standstill [v]
DREAREST- DREAR, dreary, also DREARE, DRERE [adj]
RASTERED RASTER, to create a raster image [v]
RETREADS- RETREAD, to tread again [v]
SERRATED- SERRATE, to supply with toothlike projections [v]
-TREADERS- TREADER, one who treads (to walk on, over, or along) [n]

78/146 AEFV -FAVE/LRS teenage slang for a favourite person or thing [n -S] / teenage slang for favourite [adj FAVER, FAVEST]

79/147 INOR INRO a Japanese ornamental container [n INRO]
G/IRON/ESY to eliminate wrinkles from clothes by pressing [v -ED, -ING, -S]
NOIR/S a bleak type of crime fiction [n -S]
NORI-/AS a seaweed used for food [n -S]
GP/ROIN/S to mutter (to murmur (to make a subdued muttered sound)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

80/149 EIRW S/WEIR/DS to guard (to protect (to shield from harm, attack or injury)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ST/-WIRE/DRS to fasten with threads of ductile metal [v WIRED, WIRING, WIRES]

81/151 LLPU PULL-/ISY to draw or drag [v -ED, -ING, -S]

82/152 EGIMNORS NEGROISM/S devotion to the black civil rights movement [n -S]

83/154 CLOW -CLOW/NS to rake dung [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/-COWL-/S to cover with a hood [v -ED, -ING, -S]

84/155 HMSU C/-HUMS- HUM, to make a sound like bees [v]
S/MUSH-/AY to travel over snow with a dog sled [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

85/156 CJKO JOCK/OSY an athletic support [n -S]

86/157 AELW -ALEW-/S a greeting cry, halloo [n -S]
DS/-WALE/DRS to mark with welts [v WALED, WALING, WALES]
S/WEAL/DS a mark left by a whip lash [n -S]

87/158 ACRY S/-CRAY/S crayfish (a crustacean) [n -S]
O/RACY speedy (swift (speedy)) [adj RACIER, RACIEST]

88/159 DNOW A/-DOWN-/ASY to cause to fall [v -ED, -ING, -S]

89/160 ELSU BCFGPS/LUES syphilis (a venereal disease, also SYPH) [n LUES]
SLUE/DS to cause to move sideways, also SLEW [v SLUED, SLUEING or SLUING, SLUES]
DGHMPRTY/-ULES- ULE, a rubber tree [n]

90/162 IOTT S/TOIT/S to saunter (to walk in a leisurely manner) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

91/164 EIMOPRST IMPOSTER/S one who poses as another to deceive, also IMPOSTOR [n -S]
STOMPIER- STOMPY, conducive to stomping the feet [adj]

92/166 AAEGLNR ALNAGER-/S cloth inspector, also AULNAGER [n -S]

93/167 BEOR AY/-BORE-/DELRS to pierce with a tool [v BORED, BORING, BORES]
P/-ROBE-/DS to dress (to clothe (to provide with clothing)) [v ROBED, ROBING, ROBES]

94/169 ADEFLNRS SNARFLED- SNARFLE, to snarl [v]

95/170 AEILMNS ISLEMAN an islander, also ISLESMAN [n ISLEMEN]
-MALINES- MALINE, a delicate net used for veils [n]
MENIALS- MENIAL, a domestic servant [n]
SEMINAL- pertaining to semen (the liquid that carries spermatozoa) [adj]

96/171 GLOO GOOL-/DSY a flower, also GOOLD [n -S]
LOGO-/INS an identifying symbol [n -S]

97/172 AART RATA-/LNS a New Zealand tree [n -S]
TARA-/S a bracken (a large fern (a flowerless vascular plant)) [n -S]

98/173 BDEEORST BESORTED BESORT, to match (to be equal to) [v]
BESTRODE BESTRIDE, to straddle (to side, stand, or walk with the legs far apart) [v]

99/175 ADEIMRTW MIDWATER/S the middle portion vertically of a body of water [n -S]

100/176 OOPR S/-POOR-/IT lacking the means of support [adj POORER, POOREST]
-PROO-/F a call for a horse to stop, also PRUH [interj]
DT/-ROOP-/SY to make a hoarse sound [v -ED, -ING, -S]

101/177 FOOY BGPRW/OOFY- expensive, ostentatious [adj OOFIER, OOFIEST]
-YOOF/S a youth (a young person) [n -S]

102/178 EIKORST ROKIEST ROKY, smoky (filled with smoke, also SMOKEY) [adj]

103/180 ALPT S/-PLAT/ESTY to plait (to braid (to plait)) [v PLATTED, PLATTING, PLATS]

104/182 AEEIIMRT METAIRIE/S land cultivated under a system [n -S]

105/186 ADEI W/-AIDE-/DRS an assistant [n -S]
IDEA-/LS a conception or a plan [n -S]

106/189 AGNR GNAR/LRS to snarl, also GNARR, KNAR [v GNARRED, GNARRING, GNARS]
-GRAN/ADST a grandmother [n -S]
KOPW/RANG-/AEISY a row of long lots along a road [n -S]

107/190 FILM FILM-/ISY to make a motion picture [v -ED, -ING, -S]
FLIM/PS a five pound note [n -S]
MILF-/S a sexually attractive middle-aged woman [n -S]

108/191 BGOR BROG-/HS to prick (to puncture slightly, also PRICKLE) [v BROGGED, BROGGING, BROGS]

109/192 EIMNOTY OMNEITY allness, also OMNIETY [n OMNEITIES]
OMNIETY allness, also OMNEITY [n OMNIETIES]

110/193 AEGILMN GEMINAL having two matching substituted groups on the same atom [adj]
G/LEAMING LEAM, to shine (to emit light) [v]
-MEALING MEAL, to cover with a grain [v]

111/194 EELW AST/-WEEL-/S a whirlpool [n -S]

112/195 DEHO S/HOED- HOE, to garden with a hoe [v]
HOP/OHED OH, to exclaim in surprise [v]

113/196 DEGINOW WENDIGO/S (Am. Ind.) a mythical monster among some N. American Indian tribes, that eats human flesh also WINDIGO [n WENDIGOES or WENDIGOS]
WIDGEON/S a river duck [n -S]
WONGIED WONGI, to chat (to talk informally) [v]

114/200 ACDEEINR DERACINE/S (French) a displaced person [n DERACINES]

115/201 AEIILSW LEWISIA/S a perennial herb [n -S]

116/202 EILT BEF/LITE-/DRS of food and drink, low in calories, alcoholic content, etc [adj LITER, LITEST] / (Spenser) to alight, dismount [v LITED, LITING, LITES]
S/TEIL/S a lime tree [n -S]
SU/TILE-/DRS to cover with thin slabs of baked clay [v TILED, TILING, TILES]

117/203 DEENOSTT -OSTENTED OSTENT, to show off [v]

118/205 BIRS A/BRIS/EKS (Hebrew) a Jewish circumcision rite, also BRISS, BRITH [n BRISES or BRISSES]
CDF/RIBS- RIB, to poke fun at [v]

119/206 ELNO ENOL/S a chemical compound [n -S]
LENO/S a style of weaving [n -S]
AC/-LONE/R solitary [adj LONELIER, LONELIEST]
NOEL/S a Christmas carol [n -S]
A/-NOLE/S the top of the head, also NOLL, NOUL, NOULE, NOWL [n -S]

120/208 BMOR BORM-/S to smear with paint or oil [v -ED, -ING, -S]

121/209 EPSY -ESPY to catch sight of [v ESPIED, ESPYING, ESPIES]
-PYES- PYE, to jumble or disorder, also PI, PIE [v]
SYPE/DS to soak (to saturate in liquid) [v SYPED, SYPING, SYPES]
YEPS- YEP, yes, also YUP [n]

122/210 CHIT -CHIT-/S to sprout (to begin to grow) [v CHITTED, CHITTING, CHITS]
ABDFGHMPTW/ITCH/Y to have an irritating sensation in the skin [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
S/-TICH-/Y a small person (a human being) [n -ES]

123/211 AACEHST ACHATES bought provisions [n]

124/212 AMNO MANO-/RS a stone roller used in Mexico etc. for grinding maize [n -S] / a kind of clam with a soft shell [n MANOES]
MOAN-/S to utter a low, mournful sound [v -ED, -ING, -S]
MONA-/DLS a West African monkey [n -S]
-NOMA-/DS a severe inflammation of the mouth [n -S]

125/213 ALMY AMYL/S an alcohol radical, also PENTYL [n -S]
-LYAM/S a leash, also LYM, LYME [n -S]
MYAL/L of African witchcraft [adj]

126/214 ADEILMOS DAMOISEL/S a young woman, also DAMSEL [n -S]
MELODIAS- MELODIA, a type of organ stop [n]

127/215 ALSU BMT/ALUS- ALU, (Hindu) a potato, also ALOO [n]
SAUL-/ST soul (the spiritual aspect of human beings) [n -S]

128/216 AEKORST KOTARES- KOTARE, a small greenish-blue kingfisher found in New Zealand [n]

129/218 EFLY -FLEY/S to frighten (to make afraid, to scare, also FRIGHT) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
FYLE/S a line (file) of soldiers [n -S]

130/220 EKLW KEWL cool, hip [adj KEWLER, KEWLEST]
-WELK/EST to wither, also WELKE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

131/221 CHSU CUSH/Y thigh armour [n -ES]
SUCH of that kind [adj]

132/222 AEELPRSU -PLEASURE/DRS to give enjoyment or satisfaction to, also PLEASE [v PLEASURED, PLEASURING, PLEASURES]
SERPULAE- SERPULA, a member of a genus of marine annelids or tubeworms also SERPULID [n]

133/223 EPTY -PYET-/S a magpie, also PYAT, PIET, PYOT [n -S]
TYPE/DSY to print with a typewriter [v TYPED, TYPING, TYPES]

134/224 EERT A/RETE-/M an anatomical mesh or network [n RETIA]
S/TEER-/S to daub (to smear (to spread with something oily or sticky)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-TREE/DNS to drive into a tall, woody plant [v TREED, TREEING, TREES]

135/226 EHINOPRT TRIPHONE/S a shorthand sign [n -S]

136/227 AMPR -PRAM/S a flat-bottomed boat, also PRAAM [n -S]
CGT/-RAMP-/S to slope from one level to another [v -ED, -ING, -S]

137/228 ADIR M/-ARID dry (having no moisture) [adj ARIDER, ARIDEST]
DARI/CS indian millet, also DURRA, DHURRA [n -S]
B/-RAID-/S to make a sudden assault on [v -ED, -ING, -S]
T/RIAD-/S a traditional Moroccan house or palace with an interior garden [n -S]

138/230 INNW -WINN-/AS a penny (a coin of the United Kingdom) [n -S]

139/231 AACEIMRS MACARISE/DS to declare to be blessed, also MACARIZE [v MACARISED, MACARISING, MACARISES]
MESARAIC pertaining to the mesentery [adj]

140/233 EEFGIRST FIGTREES- FIGTREE, a tree that bears figs [n]

141/234 LOOT CS/-LOOT-/S to plunder (to rob by force) [v LOOTED, LOOTEN or LUTTEN, LOOTING, LOOTS]
LOTO-/S a game [n -S]
S/TOOL-/S to use an implement for manual work [v -ED, -ING, -S]

142/235 BNOO A/-BOON-/GS a gift [n -S]
NOOB-/S an Internet novice, a NEWBIE [n -S]

143/236 EOSV D/EVOS- EVO, evening (Australian slang) [n]
-VOES- VOE, a small bay, creek or inlet [n]

144/237 ADEIKLNS KNAIDELS- KNAIDEL, (Yiddish) in Jewish cooking, a dumpling also KNEIDEL [n]
SANDLIKE like sand [adj]

145/238 EMOR MOER-/S (South African slang) to attack [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/-MORE-/LS a greater amount [n -S]
CGHV/OMER/S a Hebrew unit of dry measure [n -S]

146/239 LOOR F/-LOOR-/D beloved [adj]

147/240 AIMR -AMIR-/S a Muslim governor, also AMEER [n -S]
-MAIR/ES more (a greater amount) [n -S]
-RAMI-/ENS an Asian shrub, also RAMIE, RAMEE [n -S]
P/RIMA-/E a chink [n RIMAE]

148/241 BDEI A/-BIDE-/DRST to wait (to remain in readiness) [v BIDED, BIDING, BIDES]
DIEB-/S a North African jackal [n -S]

149/244 AAEMNPRT PARAMENT/AS an ornamental vestment [n -S]
PERMATAN/S a permanent tan [n -S]

150/245 ADNT I/-DANT-/S to frighten, also DAUNT [v -ED, -ING, -S]

151/246 AABEINPR PEABRAIN/S a stupid person [n -S]

152/247 ELSY BFGS/LEYS- LEY, a meadow, also LEA [n]
-LYES- LYE, a strong alkaline solution [n]
LYSE/DS to cause to undergo lysis [v LYSED, LYSING, LYSES]
-SLEY/S a weaver's reed [n -S]

153/248 EEMT MEET-/S to encounter [v MET, MEETING, MEETS] / fitting [adj MEETER, MEETEST]
METE-/DRS to distribute by measure [v METED, METING, METES]
S/TEEM-/S to be full to overflowing [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/-TEME/DS a team [n -S]

154/249 ADEORSWY RODEWAYS- RODEWAY, a road, also ROADWAY [n]

155/252 ACEIKR CAKIER CAKY, lumpy, also CAKEY [adj]
EIRACK/S a young hen [n -S]

156/253 ELMU E/-MULE/DSY to strike from dies belonging to two different issues as a coin [v MULED, MULING, MULES]

157/255 ABELNOS BONSELA/S a gratuity to a black South African, also BONSELLA, BANSELA, PASELA [n -S]

158/256 CDEORSTU RS/EDUCTORS- EDUCTOR, one that educes (to draw out) [n]
-SEDUCTOR/S one who seduces (to lead astray) [n -S]

159/257 AINOQRSU NARQUOIS mocking [adj]

160/260 CSTU S/-CUTS- CUT, to sever (to divide or cut into parts) [v]
-SCUT/AES a short tail eg rabbit [n -S]

161/261 DEILNOS DOLINES- DOLINE, a swallow-hole, also DOLINA [n]
INDOLES- INDOLE, a chemical compound, also INDOL [n]
SONDELI/S the Indian musk shrew [n -S]

162/262 ABHI BHAI/S (Hindi) brother; a form of address for a man [n -S]

163/263 ALNT APS/-LANT/S stale urine [n -S]

164/264 ADEILPRS LIPREADS- LIPREAD, to understand spoken words by interpreting the lip movements of a speaker [v]
PARSLIED garnished with parsley [adj]
PEDRAILS- PEDRAIL, a tractor whose wheels have little feet [n]
-PREDIALS- PREDIAL, a rural slave, also PRAEDIAL [n]
SPIRALED SPIRAL, to move in a tapering or conical way [v]

165/265 AENN I/-NANE- (Scots) none [adj]

166/266 AHLM S/HALM/AS a plant stem, also HAULM [n -S]

167/267 EEIIKK KIEKIE/S (Maori) a climbing plant with edible berries [n -S]

168/268 IJNN D/-JINN-/EIS a supernatural being in Muslim mythology, also DJIN, DJINN, DJINNI, DJINNY, GENIE, JANN, JIN, JINNEE, JINNI [n -S]

169/269 DEIKNOST KENDOIST/S one practises kendo [n -S]

170/270 BCEILOTU TUBICOLE/S inhabiting a tube [n -S]

171/271 ABTY BAYT-/S to diminish, also BATE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

172/272 INNS JLW/INNS- INN, to stay at a public lodging house [v]

173/273 ALNU LUNA-/RS a North American moth [n -S]
KY/ULAN/S one of a body of Prussian cavalry, also UHLAN [n -S]
ULNA/DERS a bone of the forearm [n ULNAS or ULNAE]

174/275 AFOR -AFRO/S a thick curly African hairstyle, also FRO [n -S]
FARO-/S a card game [n -S]
-FORA-/MY FORUM, a public meeting place [n]

175/276 EHST BHMT/ETHS- ETH, an Old English letter, also EDH [n]
CG/-HEST-/S behest, also HEAST, HEASTE [n -S]
KSW/HETS- HET, a Hebrew letter, also HETH, KHET, KHETH [n]
A/-SHET-/S to shut (to close (to make impassable)) [v SHET, SHETTING, SHETS]

176/278 EFNO FOEN- FOE, an enemy (a hostile foe) [n]
-FONE- FOE, an enemy (a hostile foe) [n]

177/279 CEOR CERO/S a large food fish [n -S]
S/-CORE-/DRSY to remove the central part of [v CORED, CORING, CORES]

178/280 EOST -TOES- TOE, to touch with projecting members of the foot [v]
-TOSE/DS to tease out [v TOSED, TOSING, TOSES]

179/281 CIRT -CRIT/HS criticism [n -S]

180/282 AENR DLY/EARN-/S to obtain reward for labour [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/-NARE/S a nostril (an external opening of the nose) [n -S]
A/-NEAR/S to approach (to come near to) [v -ED, -ING, -S] / situated within a short distance [adj NEARER, NEAREST]
-REAN/S a watercourse [n -S]

181/283 AITW A/-WAIT-/ES to remain in readiness [v -ED, -ING, -S]

182/284 OPRS PROS-/EOSTY PRO, a professional [n]

183/285 AEIM MR/AMIE-/S a female friend [n -S]

184/286 AEIIRST FHLV/AIRIEST AIRY, relating to air [adj]
IRISATE/DS to make iridescent [v IRISATED, IRISATING, IRISATES]

185/287 EENW R/-ENEW-/S in falconry, to plunge the quarry into water [v -ED, -ING, -S]
T/-WEEN-/SY to fancy (to take a liking to) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

186/288 EITY YETI-/S the abominable snowman [n -S]
YITE/S (Scots) the yellowhammer, also YITIE [n -S]

187/289 EFIL FILE-/DRST to arrange in order for future reference [v FILED, FILING, FILES]
LIEF-/S beloved (a person who is much loved) [n -S] / willing (inclined or favourably disposed to) [adj LIEFER, LIEFEST]
LIFE/RS the state of functional activity [n LIFES or LIVES] / a still life [n LIFES or LIVES]

188/290 DEGIORRU GOURDIER GOURDY, swollen [adj]

189/291 AERR CU/-RARE/DERS uncommon (fairly rare) [adj RARER, RAREST] / to be enthusiastic [v RARED, RARING, RARES]
AD/-REAR/MS to lift upright [v -ED, -ING, -S]

190/292 AEEILRS PY/EARLIES/T EARLY, an early potato [n]
REALISE/DRS to accomplish, also REALIZE [v REALISED, REALISING, REALISES]

191/294 AAMS CGKLMS/-AMAS-/S AMA, an oriental nurse, also AMAH [n]
-MAAS- (South Africa) thick soured milk [n -ES]
O/MASA-/S a Mexican dough [n -S]
-SAMA-/NS a Japanese title [n -S]

192/295 DEEISX DEIXES DEIXIS, use of words relating to the utterer's time and place [n]
-DEXIES- DEXY, a tablet of dex, also DEXIE [n]

193/296 CEIOPRT PTEROIC as in pteroic acid, the original folic acid found in spinach [adj]

194/297 BEEH T/HEBE/NS a Jew [n -S]

195/298 EEINSTT NETTIES-/T NETTIE, an internet aficionado [n]

196/299 ADDEIST -TADDIES- TADDIE, a tadpole (the aquatic larva of an amphibian) [n]

197/300 AAEHMST ATHAMES- ATHAME, a witch's ceremonial knife [n]
-HAMATES- HAMATE, a wrist bone [n]

198/301 ADEILOST DIASTOLE/S the normal rhythmical dilation of the heart [n -S]
-ISOLATED- ISOLATE, to set apart from others [v]
SODALITE/S a mineral [n -S]
SOLIDATE/DS to consolidate [v SOLIDATED, SOLIDATING, SOLIDATES]

199/302 EHLP CW/HELP/S to give aid [v HOLP or HELPED, HOLPEN, HELPING, HELPS]

200/303 BEEL -BLEE/DPS complexion [n -S]

201/305 EKOT KETO-/L pertaining to ketone (a type of chemical compound) [adj]
AS/-TOKE/DNRS to puff a marijuana cigarette [v TOKED, TOKING, TOKES]

202/306 DELS -DELS- DEL, an operator in differential calculus [n]
GMVW/ELDS- ELD, old age [n]
-SELD- rare (uncommon (fairly rare)) [adj]
I/-SLED/S to transport on a wheelless structure over snow [v SLEDDED, SLEDDING, SLEDS]

203/307 AINR BC/AIRN-/S to iron (to eliminate wrinkles from clothes by pressing) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BDGT/-RAIN-/ESY to fall in drops of water [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-RANI-/DS the wife of a rajah, also RANEE [n -S]

204/309 CEIMNOT CENTIMO/S any of various small coins [n -S]
P/ENTOMIC pertaining to insects (a small invertebrate segmented animal) [adj]
TONEMIC pertaining to a toneme (a tonal unit of speech) [adj]

205/310 AEFINRSX XERAFINS- XERAFIN, a former silver coin of Goa [n]

206/312 CRSU E/CRUS-/EHTY a part of the leg [n CRUSES or CRURA]
S/CURS-/EIT CUR, a mongrel dog [n]
RUCS- RUC, a legendary bird of prey, also ROC [n]
-SCUR/FS to scour (to cleanse by hard rubbing) [v SCURRED, SCURRING, SCURS]

207/313 FLOU A/FOUL-/ES to make filthy (offensively dirty) [v -ED, -ING, -S] / offensive to the senses [adj FOULER, FOULEST]

208/315 AMSY -MAYS-/T MAY, to gather flowers in the spring [v]
L/YAMS- YAM, an edible root [n]

209/316 EGLS -GELS- GEL, to become like a jelly [v]
CF/LEGS- LEG, to walk briskly [v]

210/317 ACLP S/-CALP-/AS a type of limestone [n -S]
-CLAP/ST the noise of striking two things together [v CLAPPED, CLAPT, CLAPPING, CLAPS]

211/319 AILMNRSU MURLAINS- MURLAIN, a basket, also MURLAN, MURLIN [n]

212/320 BMOO -BOOM-/SY to make a roaring sound [v -ED, -ING, -S]

213/321 AINN -NAIN own [adj]

214/322 AAHJNR K/HANJAR/S a Persian dagger, also HANDJAR, KHANJAR [n -S]
RHANJA/S (Hinglish) a male lover [n -S]

215/324 ANN CJ/ANN-/AOS a stipend paid to a parish minister's next of kin [n -S]
A/-NAN-/AEGOS a slightly leavened bread, also NAAN [n -S]

216/325 AEGLNPST PANTLEGS- PANTLEG, the leg part of a pair of trousers or pants [n]
SPANGLET-/S a sparkling bit of metal [n -S]

217/326 AASV CFJKLT/-AVAS-/T AVA, an tropical plant, also KAVA, KAVAKAVA [n]
VASA-/L VAS, an anatomical duct [n]

218/328 BLSU SLUB/BS to draw out and twist slightly, also SLUBB [v SLUBBED, SLUBBING, SLUBS]

219/329 ANST BCDGHKLPRSVW/ANTS-/Y ANT, a small insect (a small invertebrate segmented animal) [n]
G/-NATS- NAT, a nationalist [n]
-SANT-/OS a saint [n -S]
-TANS-/Y TAN, to convert into leather by chemical process [v]

220/330 ABEINST BANTIES BANTY, a bantam (a small fowl) [n]
BASINET/S a light helmet, also BASCINET, BASNET [n -S]
BESAINT/S to make a saint of [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BESTAIN/S to stain all over [v -ED, -ING, -S]

221/332 ADEGLNU LANGUED- having a tongue (heraldry) [adj]

222/336 ADDEERST DREADEST DREAD, inspiring fear [adj]

223/337 BKO BOK-/EOS a South African antelope [n -S]
-KOB-/OS a reddish brown antelope [n -S]

224/338 ADDU DAUD/S to knock, also DAWD [v -ED, -ING, -S]
DUAD/S a pair [n -S]

225/339 ILNS B/-LINS- LIN, to cease (to stop (to halt or discontinue)) [v]
A/NILS- NIL, nothing (no-thing) [n]

226/340 GNOR PW/RONG RING, to give forth a clear, resonant sound [v]

227/342 ABTT -BATT-/ASUY a sheet of cotton [n -S]

228/344 ADGINST DATINGS- DATING, a determination of a date in time [n]

229/345 AEHILORV HALIEROV HALIER, a former monetary unit of Slovakia [n]

230/346 EEPW ST/WEEP-/SY to shed tears (salty liquid) from the eyes [v WEPT, WEEPING, WEEPS]

231/347 DEER DEER-/ES a ruminant mammal [n -S]
-DERE/DS to injure, also DEARE [v DERED, DERING, DERES]
-DREE/DRS (Scots) dreary [adj DREER, DREEST] / to suffer, endure [v DREED, DREEING, DREES]
CDLMS/-ERED- ERE, to plough (to turn soil with a farm implement, also PLOW) [v]
AB/REDE-/DS to advise (to counsel (to advise)) [v REDED, REDING, REDES]
BCDFGPT/REED-/ESY to fasten with the stalks of tall grass [v -ED, -ING, -S]

232/349 CLSU SCUL/KLPS school, also SCULLE [n -S]

233/351 GNPU PUNG-/AS a box-shaped sleigh [n -S]

234/352 AACELNOR LECANORA/S a lichen [n -S]

235/353 APPY -YAPP-/SY limp leather binding [n -S]

236/355 CORU S/-COUR/BDEST to cover (to spread something over) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

237/356 ABEM A/BEAM/SY to emit a ray of light [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BEMA/DS a platform in a synagogue, also BIMA, BIMAH [n BEMAS or BEMATA]
MABE/S a cultured pearl [n -S]

238/357 ADENPSTU UNADEPTS- UNADEPT, a person who is not adept or skilled [n]

239/358 ADIL DALI-/S an American tropical tree [n -S]
DIAL/S to use a calibrated disk [v DIALLED or DIALED, DIALLING, DIALS]
PS/-LAID/S to burden (to load heavily) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

240/359 AILV A/-VAIL/S to lower (to appear dark and threatening) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
VALI/DS a governor (one that governs (to rule or direct)) [n -S]
VIAL-/S to put in a small container for liquids [v VIALED or VIALLED, VIALLING or VIALING, VIALS]

241/360 EGHU HLT/-EUGH/S a yew (a tree) [n -S]
HUGE-/R very large [adj HUGER, HUGEST]

242/361 DEFO DEFO-/G definitely, as an expression of agreement or consent [interj]
FEOD/S a feudal estate [n -S]

243/362 EIMNUX XENIUM a present or offering [n XENIA]

244/363 ACHS -CASH to convert into ready money [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
-CHAS-/EM CHA, tea [n]

245/364 ADGS -DAGS- DAG, to remove clotted tufts of wool from a sheep [v]
E/-GADS-/O GAD, to roam about restlessly [v]

246/365 AEEIKLR BT/EARLIKE like an ear [adj]
LEAKIER LEAKY, inclined to leak [adj]

247/366 AHMW S/HAWM-/S to lounge about [v -ED, -ING, -S]
MWAH a representation of the sound of a kiss [interj]
-WHAM-/OS to hit with a loud impact [v WHAMMED, WHAMMING, WHAMS]

248/368 HHIS PSW/-HISH- to hiss (to make a sibilant sound) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

249/369 AHOR HARO/S a cry claiming legal redress [n -S]
-HOAR-/DSY to make hoary (white with age) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-HORA/HLS an Israeli dance, also HORAH [n -S]

250/370 AIRY DFHLV/AIRY- relating to air [adj AIRIER, AIRIEST]

251/371 EFIK FIKE/DS to fidget restlessly, also FYKE [v FIKED, FIKING, FIKES]
KIEF/S hemp smoked to produce euphoria, also KAIF, KEEF, KEF, KIF [n -S]

252/372 EOTY EYOT/S a small island, also AIT [n -S]
TOEY- nervous (easily excited) [adj TOEIER, TOEIEST]

253/374 AEKL -KALE/S a variety of cabbage, also KAIL [n -S]
FS/-LAKE/DRS a sizable inland body of water [n -S]
B/LEAK-/SY to seep through [v -ED, -ING, -S]

254/375 ABENORW RAWBONE/D gaunt (emaciated, also GANT) [adj]

255/377 EFLU FLUE-/DSY a smoke-duct in a chimney [n -S]
FUEL/S to provide with an energy-producing material [v FUELED or FUELLED, FUELLING or FUELING, FUELS]

256/378 AABR ARBA-/S a heavy wagon, also ARABA, AROBA [n -S]

257/381 ACELMOST CAMELOTS- CAMELOT, a hawker (a peddler (one who peddles, also PEDLAR, PEDLER)) [n]
MOLECAST/S a molehill (a small mound of earth) [n -S]

258/382 DEOR DERO/S (Australian slang) a derelict also DERRO [n -S]
DOER-/S one that does something [n -S]
A/-DORE-/ES another name for the fish walleye [n -S]
CU/REDO-/NSX to do something again [v REDID, REDONE, REDOING, REDOS or REDOES]
ET/-RODE-/DOS to perform an evening flight [v RODED, RODING, RODES]
ROED- containing roe [adj]

259/383 MOOT S/-MOOT-/S to bring up for discussion [v -ED, -ING, -S] / debatable [adj MOOTER, MOOTEST]
TOMO-/S a shaft formed by erosion of rock [n -S]
-TOOM-/S to empty (to remove the contents of) [v -ED, -ING, -S] / empty (containing nothing) [adj TOOMER, TOOMEST]

260/384 BCKU BUCK/OSU to leap forward and upward suddenly [v -ED, -ING, -S]

261/385 ACHM -CHAM-/PS an Asian ruler [n -S]
-MACH-/EIOS a number relating the speed of a body to the speed of sound [n -S]

262/387 OPSW POWS- POW, an explosive sound [n]
SOWP-/S (Scots) to soak [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-SWOP/ST to barter, give in exchange also SWAP [v SWOPPED or SWOPT, SWOPPING, SWOPS]
S/-WOPS- WOP, to whip (to strike with a lash) [v]

263/389 EEGS O/GEES-/ET GEE, to turn to the right [v]

264/390 AARU L/AURA/ELRS a subtle emanation [n AURAS or AURAE]

265/391 AELV CFGJNR/AVEL-/S (Hebrew) a mourner of nearest blood relations also OVEL [n -S]
CS/-LAVE-/DRS to wash (to cleanse in liquid) [v LAVED, LAVING, LAVES]
LEVA-/S LEV, a unit of Bulgarian currency also LEW [n]
A/-VALE/ST a valley (a depression of the earth's surface) [n -S]
U/VEAL/ESY to kill and prepare a calf for food [v -ED, -ING, -S]
VELA/R VELUM, a thin membranous covering or partition, also VELAMEN [n]

266/392 AEENRSST ASSENTER/S one who agrees, also ASSENTOR [n -S]
EARNESTS- EARNEST, a down payment [n]
SARSENET/S a fine silk fabric, also SARSNET, SARCENET, SARCONET [n -S]
STERANES- STERANE, a chemical compound [n]

267/393 AORY GHR/-OARY- like oars [adj OARIER, OARIEST]

268/394 AEEHILRS SHIRALEE/S a swagman's bundle [n -S]

269/395 ILPS BCFS/LIPS- LIP, to touch with the flesh around the mouth [v]
LISP-/S to pronounce the letters S and Z imperfectly [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-SLIP/EST to slide suddenly and accidentally [v SLIPPED or SLIPT, SLIPT, SLIPPING, SLIPS]

270/396 ABCR -CARB-/OSY carburetor [n -S]
S/CRAB/S to complain (to express discontent) [v CRABBED, CRABBING, CRABS]

271/398 ADEGINRR -DREARING/S gloominess [n -S]

272/400 AGGH HAGG-/S any broken ground in a moss [n -S]

273/401 ADEEILSV DISLEAVE/DS to deprive of leaves, also DISLEAF [v DISLEAVED, DISLEAVING, DISLEAVES]

274/403 ALOS ALSO- likewise (in a similar manner) [adv]
SOLA-/HNRS a spongewood [n -S]

275/404 LSUU -SULU/S a Melanesian skirt [n -S]
LPSZ/ULUS- ULU, an Eskimo knife [n]

276/405 ENOPRST POSTERN-/S a rear door or gate [n -S]
PRONEST- PRONE, ready (prepared) [adj]

277/406 ACDEEMNO CODENAME/S a name used to conceal the identity of a plan or a person, also CODEWORD [n -S]

278/407 CEIL CEIL/IS to furnish with a ceiling [v -ED, -ING, -S]
CIEL/S to ceil (to furnish with a ceiling) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/-LICE LOUSE, a parasitic insect [n]

279/409 ABNORST BARTONS- BARTON, a farmyard (an area surrounding farm buildings) [n]

280/412 AINORSTX TRIAXONS- TRIAXON, a sponge spicule with three axes, also TRIAXIAL [n]

281/413 ABGI BIGA-/E a two horse chariot [n BIGAE]

282/414 HOWW E/-WHOW-/S to impress [v -ED, -ING, -S]

283/415 EPRY PREY-/S to exploit or terrorize victims [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/PYRE/SX a pile of combustible material [n -S]
G/RYPE/R a mountain-dwelling species of grouse [n RYPER]

284/416 GILT GILT/S the gold with which something is gilded [n -S]
-GLIT/SZ sticky material [n -S]

285/417 EILS AL/ISLE/DST to place on a small island [v ISLED, ISLING, ISLES]
GV/LEIS-/H LEI, a garland of flowers [n]
CFPV/LIES- LIE, to make an intentional false statement [v]
SEIL-/S to strain (to exert to the utmost) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
E/SILE/DNRSX to strain (to exert to the utmost) [v SILED, SILING, SILES]

286/418 AMOR -MORA-/ELSTY a unit of metrical time in prosody [n MORAS or MORAE]
ROAM/S to move about without purpose or plan [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AG/-ROMA-/LN ROM, a Gypsy man or boy [n]

287/419 AHIN C/-HAIN/ST to save (to rescue from danger, injury or loss) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

288/420 AEHV CS/-HAVE/NRS to possess [v HAS, HAST, HATH, (Spenser) HAN, HAVING, HAD, HADST, HADDEST] / a wealthy person [n -S]

289/423 ACHV S/CHAV-/ES an uncultured youth eg Vicky Pollard in Little Britain [n -S]

290/424 ILNN -LINN-/SY a waterfall [n -S]

291/427 ENOP -NOPE no [adv]
C/-OPEN-/S to expose to view [v -ED, -ING, -S] / not shut [adj OPENER, OPENEST]
-PEON/SY an unskilled labourer [n PEONS or PEONES]
-PONE/SY a corn bread [n -S]

292/429 AINS CFGHKMPRSTW/-AINS- AIN, a Hebrew letter [n]
MR/-ANIS-/E ANI, a tropical American bird [n]
ISNA/E is not (no inflections), also ISNAE [v]
-SAIN-/EST to make the sign of the cross on, also SANE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

293/430 CCEE R/ECCE behold, also ECCO [interj]

294/431 AGJU A/JUGA-/L JUGUM, a pair of opposite leaves [n]

295/432 ERRS S/ERRS- ERR, to make a mistake [v]
-SERR-/AESY to press close, also SERRE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

296/433 EILNRST S/-LINTERS- LINTER, a machine for removing fibres from cotton seeds [n]
-SLINTER/S a trick, also SLANTER [n -S]
SNIRTLE/DS to snicker (to utter a partly stifled giggle) [v SNIRTLED, SNIRTLING, SNIRTLES]

297/435 AEGILNP LEAPING LEAP, to spring off the ground [v]
-PEALING PEAL, to ring out [v]
PLEAING PLEA, to dispute in a court [v]

298/436 BDEE BEDE-/LSW a prayer (a devout petition to a deity) [n -S]
DEBE-/LS (Swahili) a large tin [n -S]

299/437 HOSW CDSW/HOWS-/O HOW, a low hill [n]
-SHOW-/DNSY to display (to put on show) [v SHOWED, SHOWN, SHOWING, SHOWS]

300/440 EEFKS KEEFS- KEEF, hemp smoked to produce euphoria, also KAIF, KEF, KIEF, KIF [n]
-SKEEF- (South Africa) at an oblique angle [adj]

301/441 EEIN S/EINE eyes [n]

302/442 EHRU ERHU/S a Chinese two-stringed musical instrument, played with a bow [n -S]
HUER-/S a pilchard fishermen's lookout man [n -S]

303/443 AEINOPPR ROANPIPE/S (Scots) a roof-gutter, also RONEPIPE [n -S]

304/444 DEEHINRS DRISHEEN/S an Irish sausage [n -S]
RESHINED- RESHINE, to shine again [v]

305/446 ABCH -BACH-/AS a Welsh term of address [n -S] / to live as a bachelor [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

306/447 AAILMRST ALARMIST/S one who alarms others needlessly [n -S]
ALASTRIM/S a mild form of small pox [n -S]
MARTIALS- as in court martials [n]

307/448 ACDEHINS ECHIDNAS- ECHIDNA, the spiny anteater [n]
INCHASED- INCHASE, to place in an ornamental border, also ENCHASE [v]

308/449 DOOR -DOOR-/NS an entrance that opens and closes [n -S]
-ODOR/S smell, also ODOUR [n -S]
FS/ORDO-/S a calendar of religious directions [n ORDOS or ORDINES]
B/ROOD-/S a crucifix (a cross bearing an image of Christ) [n -S]

309/450 AEGS CGMPRSWY/AGES- AGE, to grow old [v]
GAES- GAE, to go (to move along) [v]
U/-SAGE-/RS an aromatic herb [n -S] / wise (having wisdom (the quality of being wise)) [adj SAGER, SAGEST]

310/451 DEOP -DOPE-/DRSY excellent [adj DOPER, DOPEST] / to give a narcotic to [v DOPED, DOPING, DOPES]
CDHLMORT/-OPED- OPE, to open (to expose to view) [v]

311/452 AEGIPRS GASPIER GASPY [adj]
PRISAGE/S the former right of English kings to wine [n -S]
SPAIRGE/DS to sprinkle (to scatter drops on) [v SPAIRGED, SPAIRGING, SPAIRGES]

312/453 AENT Z/ANTE-/DS to stake at poker [v ANTEED or ANTED, ANTEING, ANTES]
ETNA/S a vessel for heating liquids [n -S]
-NEAT/HS a bovine (an animal of the cattle family) [n -S] / tidy (neat and orderly) [adj NEATER, NEATEST]
S/-TANE- one [pron]

313/454 DEIOPRSW DROPWISE by drops [adv]

314/455 DEGR -DREG/S the sediment of liquors [n -S]

315/458 HLOW T/-HOWL-/S to cry like a dog [v -ED, -ING, -S]

316/459 DEEMNOST DEMETONS- DEMETON, an insecticide [n]
TEENDOMS- TEENDOM, teenagers collectively [n]

317/460 AEFIMNS -FAMINES- FAMINE, extreme scarcity of food in a district [n]
INFAMES- INFAME, to defame (to destroy the reputation of) [v]

318/461 AELPRSTU APLUSTRE/S an ornament on the stern of a ship [n -S]

319/462 EEGIMNSU EUGENISM/S advocacy of eugenics [n -S]

320/463 FORS A/FROS-/HT FRO, a hairstyle [n]
ORFS- ORF, a viral infection of sheep [n]

321/464 AKOOP POOKA-/S a malevolent goblin [n -S]

322/465 ESTY STEY/S (Scots) steep [adj STEYER, STEYEST] / a ladder [n -S]
-STYE-/DS an inflamed swelling of the eyelid [n -S]
S/-TYES- TYE, to wash in a trough [v]
-YEST-/SY a fungi (any of the major group of lower plants) [n -S]

323/466 EIST SITE-/DS to place in position for operation [v SITED, SITING, SITES]
-STIE/DS to mount (to climb (to ascend (to rise))) [v STIED, STIES]
S/TIES- TIE, to fasten (to secure (to make safe or certain)) [v]

324/467 AKKORU KAKURO/S a kind of logic puzzle, resembling a mathematical crossword [n -S]

325/468 DEIIKN DINKIE/RS an affluent married childless person (dual income no kids) [n -S]
-KINDIE/S short form of kindergarten, also KINDY [n -S]

326/469 EIINSTT SITTINE/S any of the nuthatch species in the genus Sitta [n -S]
TINIEST- TINY, very small [adj]

327/471 GLOW A/-GLOW/S to emit light and heat [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-GOWL/S to cry (to utter a sound of distress or to weep) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

328/472 AEHT BDHMN/EATH-/E easy, also EATHE, ETHE [adj]
HAET-/S a small amount [n -S]
-HATE-/DRS to despise (to loathe (to detest (to hate intensely))) [v HATED, HATING, HATES]
CW/-HEAT/HS to make hot (having a high temperature) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-THAE these; those [adj]

329/473 EEINRTU NEURITE/S an axon (an extension of a nerve cell) [n -S]
RETINUE/DS a group of attendants [n -S]
P/REUNITE/DRS to come together again [v REUNITED, REUNITING, REUNITES]
UTERINE pertaining to the uterus [adj]

330/474 ADEEEPRT DEPARTEE/S one who departs (to leave (to depart)) [n -S]
EPATERED EPATER, (French) to shock complacent people [v]
REPEATED REPEAT, to say or do again [v]

331/475 AEHINPT PENTHIA/S a bitter plant [n -S]

332/476 ALRY ARYL-/S a univalent radical [n -S]
LYRA as in lyra viol, a lute-like instrument forerunner of the mandolin [adj]
RYAL-/S a royal person [n -S]

333/477 CEEIINRS -EIRENICS- eirenical theology, concerned with promoting peace between churches [n]

334/478 AANS KLMNRT/-ANAS- ANA, a collection of miscellaneous information [n]
HS/ANSA-/E the projecting part of Saturn's rings [n ANSAE]

335/479 EGILNZ ZINGEL/S a fish [n -S]

336/481 DEEFINS DEFINES- DEFINE, to state the meaning of [v]
INFEEDS- INFEED, the action of supplying material to a machine [n]

337/482 ALSY ABCFPS/-LAYS- LAY, to deposit as a wager [v]
-SLAY/S to kill (to put to death) [v SLAYED, SLAIN, SLAYING, SLAYS] / to amuse very much [v SLAYED or SLEW, SLAIN, SLAYING, SLAYS]

338/483 CHOR B/-ROCH- the little auk [n -ES]

339/485 ABEJL JELAB/S a Middle Eastern hooded cloak, also DJELLABA, GALABEA, GALABEAH, GALABIA, GALABIAH, GALABIEH, GALABIYA, GALABIYAH, GALLABEA, GALLABIA, JELLABA, JELLABAH [n -S]

340/486 DDER A/REDD-/SY to put in order, also RED [v -ED, -ING, -S]

341/488 ADDR AY/-DRAD dread [adj]

342/489 ADEILNX INDEXAL pertaining to an index (a type of reference guide in a book) [adj]

343/491 DOPU -DOUP/S the posterior, or bottom of anything, also DOWP [n -S]
UPDO/S an upswept hairdo [n -S]

344/492 ADEK BCFLNORW/-AKED- AKE, to endure a dull lasting pain, also ACHE [v]
KADE/S a wingless fly that attacks sheep [n -S]
KAED- KAE, to serve, also KA [v]

345/494 FLOW -FLOW/NS to move steadily and smoothly along [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-FOWL/S to hunt birds [v -ED, -ING, -S]
WOLF/S to devour ravenously [v -ED, -ING, -S] / a carnivorous mammal [n WOLFS or WOLVES]

346/496 ACEHINRV VACHERIN/S a dessert (a final course of a meal) [n -S]

347/497 EINP PEIN/S to beat with a rounded hammer head, also PEEN, PEAN, PENE [v -ED, -ING, -S]
PENI-/ES a penny, also PENIE [n -S]
OS/PINE-/DSY to languish with longing [v PINED, PINING, PINES]

348/501 AHIM MIHA/S a young fern frond that has not opened [n -S]

349/502 AIMNOST MANITOS- MANITO, an Algonquain Indian deity, also MANITOU, MANITU [n]
STAMNOI STAMNOS, an ancient Greek jar [n]

350/503 ADEEIRTV DERIVATE/DS to derive, especially in a chemical sense [v DERIVATED, DERIVATING, DERIVATES]
EVIRATED- EVIRATE, to castrate (to remove the testes of) [v]
TAIVERED TAIVER, to wander aimlessly [v]

351/504 AANT M/ANTA-/ERS a pilaster each side of a doorway [n ANTAS or ANTAE]
-TANA-/S an Indian police station, also TANNA, TANNAH, THANA, THANAH, THANNA, THANNAH [n -S]

352/505 HOTU CS/-HOUT/S to hoot (to cry like an owl) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
THOU-/S to address as thou [v -ED, -ING, -S]

353/507 AEHIMNS HAEMINS- HAEMIN, a chloride of haematin [n]
HEMINAS- HEMINA, a liquid measure [n]

354/508 BEOS DJLMR/-OBES-/E OBE, a form of sorcery of African origin [n]

355/510 EEEINSST TW/EENSIEST EENSY, (colloq.) very small [adj]

356/511 ADEILOPZ OPALIZED converted into opal, also OPALISED [adj]

357/512 AGRT -GART-/H GAR, to cause or compel [v]
-GRAT/E GREET, to address courteously on meeting [v]

358/513 DEEIMRS REMEIDS- REMEID, to cure (to restore to health) [v]
P/REMISED- REMISE, to give up a claim to [v]

359/514 ACEELPRR PRECLEAR/S to clear beforehand [v -ED, -ING, -S]
REPLACER-/S one that replaces (to put back or supply a substitute) [n -S]

360/515 BGLO -BLOG/S to keep a personal online journal [v BLOGGED, BLOGGING, BLOGS]
-GLOB/EISY a rounded mass [n -S]

361/518 EELNOPTT TENTPOLE/S a big budget movie whose high earnings are intended to offset the cost of less profitable ones [n -S]

362/520 BCMO COMB/EIOSY to separate with a toothed instrument [v -ED, -ING, -S]

363/521 CEIIOSTV SOVIETIC pertaining to the soviet [adj]

364/524 BSSU BUSS-/U to kiss (to caress by touching with the lips) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
SUBS- SUB, to act as a substitute [v]

365/527 AEGHIRS HEGARIS- HEGARI, a grain [n]
HEGIRAS- HEGIRA, an exodus, also HEJIRA, HIJRA, HIJRAH [n]
HIRAGES- HIRAGE, the fee for hiring something, also HIREAGE [n]

366/528 AFRT -FART-/S to expel gas through the anus [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-FRAT-/EIS a college fraternity [n -S]
CDGK/-RAFT/S to ride on water on a floating mass [v -ED, -ING, -S]

367/529 BFFI -BIFF/OSY to hit (to strike forcibly) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

368/530 DEOS -DOES-/T DO, to perform (to begin and carry through to completion) [v]
-DOSE-/DHRS to give a measure of medicine to [v DOSED, DOSING, DOSES]
BCLMNR/ODES- ODE, a lyric poem [n]

369/531 BCIR -CRIB/S to confine closely [v CRIBBED, CRIBBING, CRIBS]

370/532 EKLMSU MUSKLE/S an edible marine shellfish [n -S]
SKELUM/S a scamp [n -S]

371/533 AATU ATUA/S (Polynesia) the spirit of an ancestor [n -S]

372/534 ELRU A/-LURE-/DRSX to entice (to lead astray) [v LURED, LURING, LURES]
B/-RULE/DRS to control (to exercise authority over, also CONTROUL) [v RULED, RULING, RULES]

373/536 DPSU -DUPS- DUP, to open (to expose to view) [v]
S/-PUDS-/Y PUD, pudding (a thick, soft dessert) [n]
-SPUD/S to remove with a spade-like tool [v SPUDDED, SPUDDING, SPUDS]

374/537 AENV K/-NAVE-/LSW the main body of a church [n -S]
-VANE-/DS a device for showing the direction of the wind [n -S]
VENA/EL a vein [n VENAE]

375/538 DEGLORS DOGRELS- DOGREL, doggerel also DOGGEREL, DOGGREL [n]
LODGERS- LODGER, one who stays in rented accommodation [n]

376/539 ADGIJO ADJIGO/S an Australian edible yam [n -S]

377/540 BDENOORU EUROBOND/S a bond issued in a euro currency [n -S]

378/543 CDEIORSU DISCOURE/DS to find out, also DISCOVER, DISCURE [v DISCOURED, DISCOURING, DISCOURES]

379/545 AIKP PAIK/S to beat or strike [v -ED, -ING, -S]
PIKA/SU a small mammal (any of a class of warm-blooded vertebrates) [n -S]

380/546 EGILNRUY GUYLINER-/S eyeliner when worn by a man or boy [n -S]

381/548 AGHN BCPTW/HANG-/IS to suspend (to stop for a period) [v HUNG or HANGED, HANGING, HANGS]

382/549 ACEHIRS CAHIERS- CAHIER, a notebook (a book in which to write) [n]
-CASHIER/S to dismiss in disgrace [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ERIACHS- ERIACH, a murderer's fine in old Irish law, also ERIC, ERICK [n]

383/550 MPRU CFGT/-RUMP-/OSY to turn one's back on [v -ED, -ING, -S]

384/551 EEHL SW/-HEEL/S to supply with the raised part of a shoe [v -ED, -ING, -S]
HELE/DS to hide (to conceal (to hide)) [v HELED, HELING, HELES]

385/552 ADSW A/DAWS- DAW, to dawn (to grown light in the morning) [v]
-SWAD/S a private, also SQUADDIE, SQUADDY, SWADDY, SWADDIE [n -S]
S/-WADS- WAD, to pad (to stuff or fill with soft material) [v]

386/554 ABSS -BASS-/EIOY of a voice, low in pitch [adj BASSER, BASSEST] / the lowest part in music [n -ES] / to utter in a deep tone [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
-SABS- SAB, to sob (to cry with a convulsive catching of the breath) [v]

387/555 ABEIOSTW BIOWASTE/S waste composed chiefly of organic matter [n -S]

388/556 ABEIRZ BRAIZE/S a sea-bream [n -S]
ZERIBA/S an improvised stockade, also ZAREBA, ZAREEBA, ZARIBA, ZEREBA [n -S]

389/557 CEINOPR PERICON a type of folk dance [n PERICONES]
PONCIER PONCY, effeminate, also PONCEY [adj]
-PORCINE pertaining to swine (a domestic pig) [adj]

390/558 ABIN -BANI-/A BAN, a monetary unit of Romania [n]

391/559 AEELSTU ELUATES- ELUATE, liquid obtained by eluting [n]
SETUALE/S a plant [n -S]

392/561 CFOR -CORF- a wagon used in a mine, also CAUF [n CORVES]

393/562 AFIN -FAIN/EST to delight in [v -ED, -ING, -S] / joyful (happy (marked by joy)) [adj FAINER, FAINEST]
NAIF/S a naive person [n -S] / naive (lacking sophistication) [adj NAIFER, NAIFEST]

394/563 AEEGLRSW LEGWEARS- LEGWEAR, anything worn on the legs [n]

395/564 ELSW -SLEW/S to cause to move sideways, also SLUE [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-WELS/H a large fish, the American giant catfish, introduced into European rivers, aka SHEATFISH [n WELS]

396/565 EEEKRS KREESE/DS to stab with a Malay dagger, also KRIS, CREESE [v KREESED, KREESING, KREESES]
RESEEK-/S to seek again [v RESOUGHT, RESEEKING, RESEEKS]
SEEKER/S one who seeks (to go in search of) [n -S]

397/566 ACILNOOV VOCALION/S a musical instrument [n -S]

398/569 DEGIIRST RIDGIEST RIDGY, having ridges [adj]
F/RIGIDEST RIGID, stiff (not easily bent) [adj]

399/570 HOOT BSW/-HOOT-/SY to cry like an owl [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-TOHO a call for a hunting dog to stop [interj]

400/571 IMPUX MIXUP/S a state of confusion [n -S]

401/572 ADIORSU SAUROID/S a type of fish [n -S]

402/574 EGIV O/GIVE/DNRS to transfer freely to another's possession [v GAVE, GIVEN, GIVING, GIVES] / to put gyves on > GIVED, GIVING, GIVES]

403/575 GNOP PONG/AOSY to stink (to emit a foul odour) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

404/577 AGILNST ANGLIST/S an expert on English language or culture [n -S]
B/LASTING/S a durable fabric [n -S]
SALTING/S land regularly flooded by tides [n -S]
SLATING/S the act of covering with slate [n -S]
STALING STALE, to become past its best [v]

405/579 ADIIRSTT DARTITIS a nervous condition affecting darts players, resulting in an inability to release the dart [n -ES]
DISTRAIT/E absent-minded [adj]
TRIADIST/S a composer of triads [n -S]

406/580 AEILLST SITELLA/S a small black-and-white bird, also SITTELLA [n -S]
TAILLES-/S TAILLE, a former French tax [n]
-TALLIES TALLY, to count (to number (to count)) [v]

407/581 ADHS O/-DAHS- DAH, a dash in morse code [n]
-DASH-/IY to strike violently [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
CS/-HADS-/T HAD, to hold (to keep possession of) [v]
-SHAD-/ESY a food fish [n -S]

408/582 ARST CDFHKMPTW/ARTS-/Y ART, works of creative imagination [n]
BW/RAST-/A RACE, to compete in a contest of speed [v]
BDFPT/-RATS- RAT, to hunt long-tailed rodents [v]
-STAR/EKNRST to shine as an actor or singer [v STARRED, STARRING, STARS]
S/-TARS-/I TAR, to cover with a viscous black liquid [v]
-TSAR/S an emperor or king, also CZAR, TZAR KSAR [n -S]

409/584 BEHL BHEL/S a thorny Indian tree [n -S]

410/586 CEPS CEPS- CEP, a large mushroom, also CEPE [n]
S/PECS- PEC, a pectoral muscle [n]
-SPEC/KST to write specifications for [v SPECCED, SPECCING, SPECS]

411/587 EEKRST STREEK/S to stretch (to extend (to expand (to increase in size or volume))) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TEREKS- TEREK, a sandpiper [n]

412/588 LLOT A/TOLL/SY to charge for a service [v -ED, -ING, -S]

413/589 CEIILMOT CIMOLITE/S a type of clay [n -S]

414/590 AEOQRTU EQUATOR/S an imaginary circle round the middle of the earth [n -S]
QUORATE having a quorum [adj]

415/592 EMST METS- MET, short for meteorology [n]
STEM/ES to deprive a plant of a leaf-bearing axis [v -ED, -ING, -S]
IS/-TEMS/E to sift (to pass through a strainer, also SIEVE) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

416/595 DEEIRSW -SWEIRED SWEIR [v]

417/596 CCHO -CHOC/KOS chocolate [n -S]
-COCH (Spenser) a coach [n -ES]

418/598 EEPP PEEP-/ES to cheep like a chicken [v -ED, -ING, -S]

419/599 HSTU BCPS/-HUTS- HUT, to live in a simple shelter [v]
-SHUT/ES to close (to make impassable) [v SHUT or SHUTED, SHUTTING, SHUTS]
THUS frankincense [n -ES]
TUSH/Y to gore with a long, pointed prominent tooth, also TUSK [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

420/600 BEEN -BEEN- BE, to exist [v]
-BENE-/ST a prayer (a devout petition to a deity) [n -S]

421/601 AEGHILRS GASHLIER GASHLY, ghastly [adj]

422/602 AEELLNOV NOVELLAE- NOVELLA, a short novel [n]

423/603 ADLU CFHTY/AULD old (living for a long time) [adj AULDER, AULDEST]
DUAL/S to make a two lane carriageway [v DUALLED, DUALLING, DUALS]
B/LAUD/S to praise (to express admiration or approval of) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-UDAL/S a Scottish estate without feudal superior, also ODAL [n -S]

424/604 AEINNSS SANNIES- SANNIE, a sandshoe (a lightweight sneaker) [n]
SIENNAS- SIENNA, a brown pigment [n]

425/605 CDEIRSTU CRUDIEST CRUDY, (Shakespeare) crude, raw [adj]
CRUDITES raw vegetables served with a dip [n]
CURDIEST CURDY, curdled [adj]
CURTSIED CURTSY, to bow politely, also CURTSEY [v]

426/606 FILT -FLIT/EST to move lightly and swiftly [v FLITTED, FLITTING, FLITS]
CG/LIFT/S to raise higher [v LEFTE or LIFTED, LIFTING, LIFTS]

427/608 ENSW E/NEWS-/Y to report (to give an account of) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
SEWN- SEW, to mend or fasten with a needle and thread [v]
-WENS- WEN, a benign tumor of the skin [n]

428/610 DEEI -EIDE/R EIDOS, an essence (a fundamental nature) [n]
-IDEE-/S an idea (a conception or a plan) [n -S]

429/611 MSUU HM/-UMUS- UMU, a Maori oven [n]

430/612 AORS BHRSV/-OARS- OAR, to propel with long, broad-bladed poles [v]
-OSAR OS, an orifice (a mouth-like opening, also ORIFEX) [n]
-SOAR/ES to fly at a great height [v -ED, -ING, -S]
P/-SORA/LS a marsh bird [n -S]

431/613 AFIILRST AIRLIFTS- AIRLIFT, to transport by air [v]

432/615 AADI Z/AIDA-/S a finely-meshed cotton fabric used for cross-stitch embroidery [n -S]

433/616 AKT IS/-KAT-/AIS an evergreen shrub, also KHAT, QAT [n -S]
TAK-/AEISY to take (to seize possession) [v TOOK, TAKING, TAKS]

434/617 EMMY FGJ/EMMY/S a TV award [n EMMYS]

435/620 ELST BCDFGKMPWY/ELTS- ELT, a young sow [n]
B/-LEST-/S to listen (to try to hear) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
B/LETS- LET, to allow to go or come [v]
-TELS- TEL, an ancient mound in the Middle East [n]

436/621 GINR GIRN/S to snarl, also GURN [v -ED, -ING, -S]
A/-GRIN/DS to smile broadly, also GERNE [v GRINNED, GRINNING, GRINS]
BEIW/-RING-/S to give forth a clear, resonant sound [v RANG or RONG or RINGED, RUNG, RINGING, RINGS] / to form a circle around [v RINGED, RINGING, RINGS]

437/622 EIKL AGY/LIKE/DNRS to be fond of [v LIKED, LIKING, LIKES] / identical or similar [adj LIKER, LIKEST]

438/623 BEENRTU BEERNUT/S a peanut with a sweet coating [n -S]

439/625 EERS BCDFGHLMPST/-ERES- ERE, to plough (to turn soil with a farm implement, also PLOW) [v]
BCDFGPT/REES-/T REE, the female Eurasian sandpiper [n]
SEER-/S a prophet (one who predicts (to foretell)) [n -S]
-SERE-/DRS to burn the surface of [v SERED, SERING, SERES] / withered, dry [adj SERER, SEREST]

440/626 CDEIORSY DECISORY decisive (conclusive) [adj]

441/627 ANPS KS/NAPS- NAP, to sleep briefly [v]
S/-PANS-/Y PAN, to criticize harshly [v]
-SNAP/S to make a sharp, cracking sound [v SNAPPED, SNAPPING, SNAPS]
-SPAN-/EGKS to extend over or across [v SPANNED, SPANNING, SPANS]

442/628 EMPY YMPE/S to graft (to unite with a growing plant by insertion, also GRAFF) [v YMPT, YMPING, YMPES]

443/629 MPSU -SUMP-/HS a low area serving as a drain [n -S]
BDGHJLMPRSTY/UMPS- UMP, to umpire (to rule on the plays in a game) [v]

444/630 ILLY BDFGHSTW/ILLY- ill [adv]
S/LILY a flowering plant [n LILIES]
-YILL/S (Scots) to entertain or delight with ale [v -ED, -ING, -S]

445/632 AENW -ANEW- afresh (anew) [adv]
-WANE-/DSY to decrease in size [v WANED, WANING, WANES]
-WEAN/S to take off mother's milk [v -ED, -ING, -S]
WENA- (Zulu) you [pron]

446/633 ADMR -DRAM/AS to tipple (to drink alcoholic beverages) [v DRAMMED, DRAMMING, DRAMS]
-MARD-/Y MAR, to spoil (to mar) [v]

447/634 AIMO MOAI- a huge carved figure on Easter Island [n MOAI]

448/636 AEEMNRST REMANETS- REMANET, a piece left over, also REMANENT [n]

449/637 EEMN A/-MENE-/DS to lament (to cry out in grief) [v MENED, MENING, MENES]
NEEM-/BS an East Indian tree [n -S]

450/638 AEILMPT IMPLATE/DS to put a covering plate over [v IMPLATED, IMPLATING, IMPLATES]
PALMIET-/S a riverside plant [n -S]

451/639 AEHL STW/-HALE/DRS to compel to go [v HALED, HALING, HALES] / healthy (wholesome) [adj HALER, HALEST]
SW/HEAL/DS to make sound again [v -ED, -ING, -S]

452/641 CEPU PUCE/RS a dark red colour [n -S] / dark red [adj PUCER, PUCEST]

453/642 EEMNNORT TENORMEN TENORMAN, a person who plays tenor saxophone [n]

454/643 OPU CDLMNRS/-OUP-/AHS to bind with thread, also OOP [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-UPO-/N upon (on) [prep]

455/645 ILMO LIMO/S a limousine [n -S]
MILO-/RS a cereal grass [n -S]
-MOIL-/ES to work hard [v -ED, -ING, -S]

456/646 ADIORSTT STRADIOT/S a Venetian light horseman [n -S]

457/647 ALMU -ALUM-/S a chemical compound [n -S]
LUMA-/S a unit of currency of Armenia [n LUMAS or LUMA]
MAUL/S to batter or maltreat [v -ED, -ING, -S]

458/648 AALP J/-ALAP-/AS the introductory section of a raga, also ALAAP, ALAPA [n -S]
-PAAL/S a pale, a post driven into the ground [n -S]

459/649 EILNOPST POINTELS- POINTEL, a sharp instrument [n]
PONTILES- PONTILE, an iron supporting rod used in glassmaking, also PUNTY, PONTIE, PONTIL, PONTY, PUNTEE [n]
POTLINES- POTLINE, a row of electrolytic cells [n]
TOPLINES- TOPLINE, to star (to shine as an actor or singer) [v]

460/651 ANORSTU ROUSANT rising as a bird [adj]
SANTOUR/S a Persian stringed instrument, also SANTIR, SANTOOR, SANTUR [n -S]

461/652 OORT W/-ROOT-/SY to implant in the earth [v -ED, -ING, -S]
P/ROTO-/NRS a type of printing process [n -S]
TORO-/ST a bull [n -S]

462/653 ACEILRV CALIVER/S a type of light musket [n -S]
CAVILER/S one that cavils, also CAVILLER [n -S]
CLAVIER-/S an early keyboard instrument, also KLAVIER [n -S]
VALERIC pertaining to a valerian (a perennial herb) [adj]
VELARIC pertaining to the velar [adj]

463/654 ACEINPS INSCAPE/S the essential inner nature of persons, objects etc [n -S]
-PINCASE/S a holder for pins [n -S]

464/655 ELLS BCDFHJKMPSTVWY/ELLS- ELL, a measure of length [n]
-SELL-/AES to give up for money [v SOLD, SELLING, SELLS]

465/657 DEGY HKLSW/EDGY tense (taut (fully stretched)) [adj EDGIER, EDGIEST]

466/658 CILO -COIL/S to wind in even rings [v -ED, -ING, -S]
LOCI/ES an engine used in logging also LOCIE [n -S]

467/662 ADEHMORS HADROMES- HADROME, xylem (a woody tissue in trees or plants, also XYLOGEN) [n]

468/663 ADEHIMR C/HEDARIM HEDER, (Hebrew) a Jewish school also CHEDER [n]

469/664 ACENOPT PATONCE describing a type of heraldic cross [adj]

470/665 ABCEIRS -ASCRIBE/DS to attribute [v ASCRIBED, ASCRIBING, ASCRIBES]
CABRIES- CABRIE, a pronghorn, also CABRIT [n]
CARBIES CARBY, the carburettor [n]
CARIBES- CARIBE, a voracious fish, the piranha [n]

471/666 EHLY CP/HYLE/GS wood, matter [n -S]

472/667 EEGIIRS GRIESIE grim, also GRISY, GRIESY, GRYESY, GRYSIE [adj]

473/668 EINO BM/-ONIE (Scots) any also ONY [adj]

474/669 AHMR CPT/-HARM/S to injure (to harm or do hurt to) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

475/670 MOPR -PROM-/OS a formal dance [n -S]
T/ROMP-/S to play boisterously [v -ED, -ING, -S]

476/674 AELNRSV VERLANS- VERLAN, a variety of French slang using back-to-front words, eg meuf for femme [n]

477/676 DEIJNORU JUNIORED JUNIOR, (of a lawyer) to assist the lead lawyer on a case [v]

478/678 DEGU DEGU-/MS a small rodent native to Chile, aka Brush-Tailed Rat [n -S]
GUDE/S something that is good [n -S]

479/679 GLPU GULP-/HSY to swallow rapidly [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-PLUG-/S to fill a hole with a material [v PLUGGED, PLUGGING, PLUGS]

480/680 DLOW -DOWL-/ESY a piece of fluff, also DOWLE [n -S]
-WOLD/S an elevated tract of open land [n -S]

481/681 ACEFILOS FASCIOLE/S a band of colour, also FASCIOLA [n -S]
FOCALISE/DS to focus, also FOCALIZE [v FOCALISED, FOCALISING, FOCALISES]

482/682 EILNRSTU INSULTER/S one who insults (to subject to indignity) [n -S]
LUSTRINE/S a glossy silk cloth, also LUSTRING [n -S]

483/684 EESS BLMRY/ESES ES, ess (the letter S, also ES) [n]
CDFGJ/ESSE-/S actual existence [n -S]
SEES- SEE, to observe with the eyes [v]
SESE/Y disputed meaning [interj]

484/685 ABDEIMR EMBRAID/S to braid, also EMBREAD [v -ED, -ING, -S]

485/687 CIRS CRIS/EP a dagger [n -ES]

486/688 ADLNOSU SOULDAN/S a sultan (the ruler of a Muslim country) [n -S]
UNLOADS- UNLOAD, to remove cargo from [v]

487/690 EFSU FEUS- FEU, to grant land to under Scottish feudal law, also SUBFEU [v]
-FUSE/DELS to equip with a detonating device, also FUZE [v FUSED, FUSING, FUSES]

488/691 LOOP BCGS/-LOOP-/SY to form oval openings [v -ED, -ING, -S]
POLO-/S a game played on horseback [n -S]
S/POOL-/S to contribute to a common fund [v -ED, -ING, -S]

489/692 PRRU PURR-/S to utter a low, vibrant sound, also PUR [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-RURP/S a small hook-like piton [n -S]

490/693 ANRW BDP/-RAWN-/S fish-roe [n -S]
A/WARN-/S to notify in advance [v -ED, -ING, -S]

491/696 AEIMRST IMARETS- IMARET, a Turkish inn [n]
MAESTRI MAESTRO, a master of an art [n]
MAISTER/S to gain control over [v -ED, -ING, -S]
MASTIER MASTY, of the nature of masts [adj]
MISRATE/DS to rate incorrectly [v MISRATED, MISRATING, MISRATES]
SEMITAR/S a curved oriental sword, also SCIMITAR, SCIMETAR, SCIMITER, SEMITAUR, SIMITAR, SYMITAR, SYMITARE [n -S]
SMARTIE/S a would-be smart person, also SMARTY, SMARTASS [n -S]

492/697 EFIORSST FOISTERS- FOISTER, one who foists (to bring in by stealth) [n]

493/698 ALMO CG/LOAM/SY to cover with loose soil [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-LOMA/S a hill with a flat top, a membranous fringe [n LOMAS or LOMATA]
MOLA-/LRS a marine fish [n -S]

494/699 FFTU S/TUFF/ES a volcanic rock [n -S]

495/700 KRTU TURK/S a young person eager for change [n -S]

496/701 EGILRSTY GREYLIST/S a form of blacklist on which people are merely objected to rather than banned also GRAYLIST [n -S]

497/702 CHIR -RICH/T to enrich (to improve (to make better)) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] / having wealth (valuable possessions) [adj RICHER, RICHEST]

498/703 ACEGILT ALGETIC relating to algesia, sensitivity to pain also ALGESIC [adj]

499/704 DFIO FIDO-/S a defective coin [n -S]
FOID/S one of a group of minerals related to feldspar [n -S]

500/705 AEGINSY EASYING EASY, to stop rowing [v]

501/707 ANRT BDGOT/-RANT-/S to declaim bombastically [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/TARN-/S a small mountain lake [n -S]

502/709 CHIV CHIV-/ESY to knife (to stab (to pierce with a pointed weapon)) [v CHIVVED, CHIVVING, CHIVS]

503/711 ADNW -DAWN-/S to grown light in the morning [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-WAND-/S a slender rod [n -S]

504/713 EHIIMNOS HOMINIES HOMINY, hulled, dry corn [n]
HOMINISE/DS to alter the environment to conform with evolving man, also HOMINIZE [v HOMINISED, HOMINISING, HOMINISES]

505/714 ACEIPRS EPACRIS an Australian plant resembling heath, also EPACRID [n -ES]
SCRAPIE/S a disease of sheep [n -S]
-SPACIER SPACY, weird in behaviour, also SPACEY [adj]

506/715 FOSW SOWF-/FS to whistle softly, also SOWFF [v -ED, -ING, -S]
WOFS- WOF, a nobody, a fool (a waste of flesh) [n]

507/716 AESY B/-AYES- AYE, an affirmative vote, also AY [n]
EASY- not difficult [adj EASIER, EASIEST] / a communication code word for the letter E [n EASIES] / to stop rowing [v EASIED, EASYING, EASIES]
-EYAS/S an untrained young hawk, also EYASS, NYAS [n -ES]
-YEAS-/T YEA, an affirmative vote, also YAY [n]

508/717 NOOS M/-ONOS- ONO, a Hawaiian fish [n]
BCGHLMNPRTWZ/-OONS- OON, a closed space for baking, also OVEN [n]
-SOON in the near future [adv SOONER, SOONEST]

509/719 IKNST -KNITS- KNIT, to make a garment by joining loops of yarn [v]
SKINT- having no money [adj SKINTER, SKINTEST]
-STINK/OSY to emit a foul odour [v STUNK, STINKING, STINKS]
S/-TINKS- TINK, to repair (to restore to good condition) [v]

510/720 AEIMNST -ETAMINS- ETAMIN, a loosely woven fabric, also ETAMINE [n]
INMATES- INMATE, one who is confined to an institution [n]
MAINEST MAIN, principal [adj]
MANTIES MANTY, a ladies outer garment worn in the 17c [n]
TAMEINS- TAMEIN, a garment worn by Burmese women [n]
E/-TAMINES- TAMINE, a fabric [n]

511/721 AELMRTU RELATUM a term in a proposition that is related to the referent of the proposition [n RELATA]

512/722 ACELOOST TOOLCASE/S a case for tools [n -S]

513/724 ABGR -BRAG-/S to boast (to brag) [v BRAGGED, BRAGGING, BRAGS] / first-rate [adj BRAGGER, BRAGGEST]
-GARB-/EOS to clothe (to provide with clothing) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
GRAB/S to grab suddenly [v GRABBED, GRABBING, GRABS]

514/725 APRT AS/-PART-/ISY to divide, separate or break [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/-PRAT/ESTY the buttocks [n -S]
TWY/-RAPT- deeply engrossed [adj]
TARP-/S a protective canvas covering [n -S]
S/-TRAP/EST to catch in a snare [v TRAPT or TRAPPED, TRAPPING, TRAPS]

515/727 CNNO CONN-/ES to direct the steering of a ship [v -ED, -ING, -S]

516/728 DEEIMNTU MINUETED MINUET, to dance a minuet, a slow and stately Baroque dance in 3/4 time [v]

517/729 LNOU LOUN-/DS to calm, also LOUND [v -ED, -ING, -S]
NOUL/DES the top of the head, also NOLL, NOLE, NOULE, NOWL [n -S]

518/732 ADNP -PAND-/ASY the valance of a bed [n -S]

519/733 AEHISTY HAYIEST HAYEY, like hay [adj]

520/734 AGINPRT PARTING/S a division or separation [n -S]
U/-PRATING/S the act of prating [n -S]
-TRAPING TRAPE, to walk in an aimless manner, also TRAIPSE, TRAPES, TRAPSE [v]

521/735 EELM F/-LEME/DLS to shine (to emit light) [v LEMED, LEMING, LEMES]

522/736 AETW -TWAE-/S two (a number) [n -S]
-WATE-/R WIT, to know (to have a true understanding of) [v]
-WETA-/S a grasshopper [n -S]

523/737 EIJLMS MEJLIS a council of countries [n -ES]

524/738 EFRY RYFE rife (abundant (in great plenty)) [adj]

525/739 ABTU -ABUT/S to border (to be adjacent to) [v ABUTTED, ABUTTING, ABUTS]
BUAT/S a lantern, also BOWAT, BOWET [n -S]
TABU-/NS to exclude or prohibit by social influence, also TABOO [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TUBA-/ELRS a brass wind instrument [n TUBAS or TUBAE]

526/740 AEHIMNST ANTHEMIS a genus of aromatic herbs of the family native to the Mediterranean region and SW Asia [n -ES]
HEMATINS- HEMATIN, a compound of hemoglobin, also HEMATINE [n]

527/741 DNRU -DURN/S to damn (to curse (to invoke evil upon)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-NURD-/SY a socially inept person, also NERD [n -S]
G/RUND-/S a list or selvage, also ROON [n -S]

528/743 DGIIORT TIGROID like a tiger [adj]

529/744 ABDEINV BAVINED BAVIN, to tie brushwood into bundles [v]

530/745 AEGINTZ TEAZING TEAZE, to make fun of [v]
TZIGANE/S a gypsy [n -S]

531/746 DEKRSU DUSKER DUSK, darkish (somewhat dark) [adj]

532/747 DETU DUET-/ST a musical performance by two people, also DUETT, DUETTO [n -S] / to perform a duet [v DUETED or DUETTED, DUETING or DUETTING, DUETS]

533/748 ALOW -ALOW/E to a lower position [adv]
AWOL/S one who is absent without leave [n -S]

534/749 ACEN ACNE/DS a skin disease [n -S]
DHLNPR/ANCE once [adv]
-CANE-/DHRS to beat with a flexible rod [v CANED, CANING, CANES]

535/750 COST COST-/AES to estimate a price for production of [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/COTS- COT, a narrow bed [n]
AE/-SCOT/S a tax [n -S]
A/TOCS- TOC, code for the letter T [n]

536/751 CIOT CITO- quickly (speedy (swift)) [adv]
COIT/S the buttocks [n -S]
L/-OTIC pertaining to the ear [adj]

537/753 ACDNORSU CANDOURS- CANDOUR, frankness, sincerity, also CANDOR [n]
CAUDRONS- CAUDRON, a caldron (a large kettle or boiler, also CAULDRON) [n]

538/754 EIOPZ PIEZO produced by piezoelectricity (straining a crystal) [adj]

539/756 BINORST RIBSTON/ES an apple, also RIBSTONE [n -S]

540/757 AEGIRSV GARVIES- GARVIE, a sprat, also GARVOCK [n]
GRAVIES GRAVY, juices from cooked meat [n]
RIVAGES- RIVAGE, a coast, shore or bank [n]

541/758 OORS B/-ROOS-/AET ROO, a kangaroo (an Australian mammal) [n]

542/760 ABST BAST-/AEIOS woody fibre in a plant [n -S]
-BATS- BAT, to hit a ball with a bat (cricket,baseball) [v]
-STAB/S to pierce with a pointed weapon [v STABBED, STABBING, STABS]
S/-TABS- TAB, to provide with an identifying mark [v]

543/761 EEILSTV -EVILEST EVIL, morally bad [adj]
-LEVITES- LEVITE, a clergyman [n]
LIEVEST- LIEVE [adv]
-VELITES foot soldiers of ancient Rome [n]

544/763 DEEHNORR DEERHORN/S the horn of a deer [n -S]
DEHORNER/S one that dehorns (to deprive of horns) [n -S]

545/764 AEEEGNST TEENAGES- TEENAGE, the age between 13 and 20 [n]

546/765 EENR CGKT/ERNE-/DS to yearn (to long for) [v ERNED, ERNING, ERNES]
GPT/-REEN-/S a watercourse [n -S]

547/766 ABIT -BAIT/HS to set a trap [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TABI-/DS (Japanese) a kind of sock worn with Japanese sandals [n -S]

548/767 AEMNNOST MONTANES- MONTANE, the lower vegetation belt of a mountain [n]
NONMEATS- NONMEAT, a substance that does not contain meat [n]

549/768 ACDENRT CANTRED/S in early England, a division of a county, also CANTREF [n -S]
-TRANCED- TRANCE, to put into a semiconscious state [v]

550/769 ACES DFLMPRT/ACES- ACE, to serve an unreturnable shot eg in tennis [v]
AESC a rune (a letter of an ancient alphabet) [n -ES]
CASE/DS to put in a container [v CASED, CASING, CASES]
-CEAS/E urging flight, also SESSA, CAESE [interj]

551/770 EEKNRS -KERNES- KERNE, a medieval foot soldier [n]
SKREEN/S a partition [n -S]

552/771 AAMN -MANA-/ST a supernatural force in certain Pacific island religions [n -S]
NAAM/S legal distraint, also NAM [n -S]

553/773 EEILMNS ISLEMEN ISLEMAN, an islander, also ISLESMAN [n]

554/775 ACDEIPR EPACRID/S an Australian plant resembling heath, also EPACRIS [n -S]
PERACID/S a type of acid (a type of chemical compound) [n -S]

555/776 ACDH -CHAD-/OS a scrap of paper [n -S]

556/777 CEILOPST TOECLIPS- TOECLIP, a foot holder on a pedal [n]

557/778 ABELORSU A/ROUSABLE capable of being roused [adj]
RUBEOLAS- RUBEOLA, a virus disease [n]

558/779 BEOT BOET/S (South Africa) a brother, or a buddy [n -S]
BOTE-/LS compensation for injury or damage to property [n -S]

559/780 EORR CFP/-RORE/S tumult [n -S]

560/781 AHPS CSW/HAPS- HAP, to happen (to occur (to take place)) [v]
-HASP-/S to fasten with a clasp [v -ED, -ING, -S]
O/-PAHS- PAH, a Maori settlement [n]
-PASH-/AM to strike violently [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

561/783 CESY SCYE/S a sleeve opening [n -S]
SYCE/ES a male servant in India, also SAICE, SICE [n -S]

562/785 AEFIJLOS JEOFAILS- JEOFAIL, the acknowledgement of a mistake [n]

563/786 CEHR O/-CHER-/ET dear (costly (expensive)) [adj CHERRIER, CHERRIEST]

564/791 ACEILMN CNEMIAL relating to the shin [adj]
MELANIC/S one who is affected with melanism, also MELANIST [n -S]

565/792 EESW EWES-/T EWE, a female sheep (a ruminant wool-growing mammal) [n]
-SWEE/DLPRST to sway (to move slowly back and forth) [v SWEED, SWEEING, SWEES]
S/WEES-/T WEE, to urinate (to discharge urine) [v]

566/793 DEEINOST SIDENOTE/S a comment written in the margin [n -S]

567/794 CORS -CORS-/EO COR, a Hebrew measure [n]
T/ORCS- ORC, a marine mammal, also ORCA [n]
C/ROCS- ROC, a legendary bird of prey, also RUC [n]

568/796 AEGIMNR GERMAIN/ES something that serves as an origin, also GERMEN, GERMAINE, GERMIN [n -S]
GERMINA-/L GERMEN, something that serves as an origin, also GERMAIN, GERMAINE, GERMIN [n]
MANGIER MANGEY, affected with mange, also MANGY [adj]
S/-MEARING MEARE, to bound (to leap (to spring off the ground)) [v]
BCD/REAMING REAM, to enlarge with a reamer [v]

569/797 EGIILLNO OLLIEING OLLIE, to perform a certain kind of jump into the air in skateboarding [v]

570/798 AEILLRU RUELLIA/S a plant of the acanthus family [n -S]

571/799 AERV CFHLPRSTW/AVER-/ST to declare positively [v AVERRED, AVERRING, AVERS]
BCDGT/-RAVE-/DLNRSY to utter wildly or incoherently [v RAVED, RAVING, RAVES]
-VARE-/CS a wand of authority [n -S]
-VERA very (absolute) [adj]

572/802 ACHT -CHAT-/S to talk informally [v CHATTED, CHATTING, CHATS]
-TACH/EOS a device for indicating speed of rotation [n -S]

573/803 MPTY TYMP/S the plate on a blast-furnace [n -S]
YMPT YMPE, to graft (to unite with a growing plant by insertion, also GRAFF) [v]

574/804 EKNOS KENOS- KENO, a game of chance, also KEENO, QUINO [n]
SNOEK/S the barracouta [n -S]
SNOKE/DS to prowl or sneak about, also SNOWK [v SNOKED, SNOKING, SNOKES]
SOKEN-/S a district [n -S]

575/805 BERY BREY/S (South Africa) to pronounce r sound at the back of the throat, also BREI [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BYRE/S a cow shed [n -S]

576/808 ACHP CAPH-/S a Hebrew letter [n -S]
-CHAP-/EST to cause to crack [v CHAPPED, CHAPT, CHAPPING, CHAPS]

577/809 IMRU MUIR/S a moor (an extensive waste covered with patches of heath) [n -S]
RIMU-/S a New Zealand tree [n -S]

578/812 ADDEEHIR DEHAIRED DEHAIR, to remove the hair from [v]

579/814 DEIMORS MISDOER/S one who misdoes (to do wrongly) [n -S]
MOIDERS- MOIDER, to confuse (to perplex (to puzzle (to perplex))) [v]

580/815 CCEO RS/ECCO behold, also ECCE [interj]

581/816 AINZ NAZI/RS a type of fascist (a supporter of fascism, also FASCISTA) [n -S]

582/821 AFLM -FLAM/EMSY to deceive (to mislead by falsehood) [v FLAMMED, FLAMMING, FLAMS]

583/823 AAGNOST TAONGAS- TAONGA, (Maori) something highly prized [n]

584/824 ADWY WADY- the bed of a usually dry watercourse, also WADI [n WADIES]

585/825 NORU BMY/-OURN- belonging to us, also OURS [pron]

586/826 AEGILMR GREMIAL/S a lap cloth used by a bishop [n -S]
LAMIGER/S a cripple, also LAMETER, LAMITER, LAMMIGER [n -S]

587/827 AATW -TAWA-/IS an evergreen tree [n -S]

588/829 AEES CFLMPST/EASE-/DLRS to free from pain or trouble [v EASED, EASING, EASES]

589/830 HLOT HOLT/S a grove (a small forested area) [n -S]
CS/LOTH- unwilling, also LOATH [adj LOTHER, LOTHEST]

590/831 ABEILPT PATIBLE capable of suffering [adj]

591/832 ADEIILLR LAIDLIER LAIDLY, (Scots) loathly also LAITHLY, LOATHLY [adj]

592/833 DEGILNSU DUELINGS- DUELING, the act of fighting a duel [n]
INDULGES- INDULGE, to yield to the desire of [v]

593/834 IJOSS SIJOS- SIJO, a Korean verse [n]

594/835 AFILNORU FRIULANO/S (Italian) a cow's-milk cheese with firm pale-yellow flesh, and a mild flavour, originating in Friuli, Italy [n -S]

595/837 EOPT POET/S one who writes poems [n -S]
POTE-/DS to poke (to prod (to jab (to poke sharply))) [v POTED, POTING, POTES]
S/-TOPE-/DEKRS to drink liquor to excess [v TOPED, TOPING, TOPES]

596/840 ELTY F/LYTE/DS to dismount (to get down from an elevated position) [v LYTED, LYTING, LYTES]
-YELT/S a young sow [n -S]

597/841 AGIL A/GILA/S a venomous lizard [n -S]
GLIA/LS supporting tissue that binds nerve tissue [n -S]

598/842 DEIIOPRT DIPTEROI DIPTEROS, a building with two colonnades [n]

599/843 NORT F/RONT/ES the smallest of a litter, also RUNT, RONTE [n -S]
TORN- TEAR, to weep (to shed tears (salty liquid) from the eyes) [v]
TRON/ACEKS a public weighing machine [n -S]

600/845 IORT AG/RIOT/S to take part in a violent public disturbance [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ROTI-/S an unleavened bread [n -S]
TIRO/S a beginner or novice, also TYRO [n TIROS or TIROES]
TORI-/CI TORUS, (Latin) a large convex moulding [n]
TRIO/LRS a group of three [n -S]

601/846 AAMT ATMA/NS (Hindi) the essential self also ATMAN [n -S]

602/847 DEIR -DIRE/R disastrous [adj DIRER, DIREST]
AFHMSTVW/-IRED- IRE, to anger (to irritate (to provoke (to arouse to anger or sexual desire))) [v]
BGPT/-RIDE-/RS to be conveyed by an animal or machine [v RADE or RODE, RIDDEN, RIDING, RIDES]

603/848 COPS S/-COPS-/EY COP, to steal (to take by theft) [v]
-SCOP/AES (Old English) an Anglo-Saxon poet and harpist [n SCOPS or SCOPAS]

604/849 DEEEIRRT REITERED REITER, to reiterate [v]

605/850 AEMNOPR MANROPE/S a rope used as a handrail [n -S]
REPOMAN one who repossesses unpaid-for goods [n REPOMEN]

606/851 EORS ACDHKWZ/EROS/E sexual desire [n -ES]
BCDFGKLMPRSTY/-ORES- ORE, rock containing a valuable metal, also OWRE [n]
REOS- REO, language (te reo Maori is the Maori language) [n]
F/-ROES- ROE, fish-eggs [n]
ABEP/-ROSE/DST to make like a rose, in colour or scent [v ROSED, ROSING, ROSES]
-SORE/DELRSX to wound (to inflict an injury upon) [v SORED, SORING, SORES] / tender to the touch [adj SORER, SOREST]

607/852 CEGILNOS R/-ECLOSING ECLOSE, to emerge from a pupal case [v]

608/854 AGIR -GAIR/S a triangular piece (of cloth or land) [n -S]
GARI-/S pickled ginger, served with sushi [n -S]
T/RAGI-/S an East Indian cereal grass, also RAGEE, RAGGEE, RAGGY [n -S]

609/856 AEGNNRTW GNATWREN/S any of various species of small bird of the gnatcatcher family [n -S]

610/857 AHST G/HAST-/AEY HAVE, to possess [v]
CGKW/-HATS- HAT, to provide with a covering for the head [v]
-SHAT- SHIT, to defecate (to discharge faeces) [v]
S/-TASH- to soil (to make dirty (soiled)) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

611/858 DEEY FHK/EYED- EYE, to watch closely [v]
YEDE/S to go or proceed also YEED [v YOD or YODE, YEDING, YEDES]
YEED/S to go or proceed also YEDE [v YOD or YODE, YEEDING, YEEDS]

612/861 DIKN -DINK-/SY to adorn (to embellish) [v -ED, -ING, -S] / neat (tidy (neat and orderly)) [adj DINKER, DINKEST]
KIND-/ASY to beget (to produce (to bring into existence)) [v -ED, -ING, -S] / good to others [adj KINDER, KINDEST]

613/862 AEFILORV FAILOVER/S a procedure by which a computer system automatically transfers control to a backup system on detecting a failure [n FAILOVERS]

614/864 BEST -BEST-/IS to outdo (to exceed in performance) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
A/BETS- BET, to wager (to make a bet) [v]

615/865 AMPS CDGLRSTV/AMPS- AMP, to get excited (Australian slang) [v]
MAPS- MAP, to plan a layout of [v]
S/PAMS- PAM, the jack of clubs in certain card games [n]
-SAMP-/IS coarsely ground corn [n -S]
-SPAM-/S electronic junk mail [n -S] / to send out spam [v SPAMMED, SPAMMING, SPAMS]

616/866 ILOR LOIR/S a European dormouse [n -S]
BD/-ROIL/SY to make muddy (covered with mud) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

617/867 ACDEGOR CARGOED CARGO, to load (to place goods or cargo on transportation) [v]
CORDAGE/S the amount of wood in an area [n -S]

618/868 EEEILNNO EOLIENNE/S a fine silk and woollen dress material [n -S]

619/870 ADDEINS DANDIES/T DANDY, a fop [n]
-SDAINED- SDAINE, to disdain (to scorn (to treat with contempt)) [v]

620/871 HIMS SW/HIMS- HIM, a male (a member of the male sex) [n]
-SHIM/S to adjust by using a thin strip of metal or wood [v SHIMMED, SHIMMING, SHIMS]

621/874 AEGMNOS GAMONES- GAMONE, a secretion which attracts another gamete [n]
MANGOES MANGO, an edible fruit [n]

622/876 ADHIKU HAIDUK/S a brigand, also HEYDUCK [n -S]

623/877 AKLOST SKATOL/ES a chemical compound, also SKATOLE [n -S]
STALKO-/S (Irish) a gentleman without fortune or occupation [n STALKOES or STALKOS]

624/878 CELO -COLE-/DSY a plant of the cabbage family, also COLESEED, COLEWORT [n -S]

625/880 DEEFIST DEIFEST DEIF, (Scots) deaf [adj]

626/882 ACEP S/-CAPE-/DRSX to keep a course [v CAPED, CAPING, CAPES]
AS/-PACE-/DRSY to walk with measured steps [v PACED, PACING, PACES]

627/884 ABRU BAUR/S a Scots word for a joke, also BAWR [n -S]
BURA-/NS a violent windstorm, also BURAN [n -S]

628/887 ADEHLNSU UNHALSED unsalted (not salted) [adj]
UNLASHED UNLASH, to untie the binding of [v]
UNSHALED- UNSHALE, to reveal (to make known) [v]

629/889 AEHILMN HELIMAN a helicopter operator [n HELIMEN]

630/890 AEHIRSV -ASHIVER in a shivering state [adj]

631/891 AELM ALME/HS an Egyptian girl who sings and dances professionally, also ALMA, ALMAH, ALMEH [n -S]
BCF/-LAME-/DRS to make lame [v LAMED, LAMING, LAMES] / disabled in the legs [adj LAMER, LAMEST]
FG/LEAM-/S to shine (to emit light) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-MALE-/S a member of the male sex [n -S]
MEAL/SY to cover with a grain [v -ED, -ING, -S]
MELA-/S a Hindu festival or fair [n -S]

632/892 ACOP -CAPO-/NST a pitch-raising device for fretted instruments [n CAPOS or CAPI]
PACO-/S an alpaca (a animal related to the llama) [n -S]

633/893 EIKSV KIEVS- KIEV, a dish made of thin fillets of meat, esp chicken (chicken kiev), filled with butter, etc, coated with breadcrumbs, and fried [n]
SKIVE/DRS to pare or split leather [v SKIVED, SKIVING, SKIVES]

634/894 EINZ ZEIN/S a maize protein [n -S]
AE/ZINE-/BS a magazine for specialist interests, especially a Web-based one [n -S]

635/895 GLOP -GLOP/S to cover with glop (a messy mass or mixture) [v GLOPPED, GLOPPING, GLOPS]
GOLP/ES a purple roundel, also GOLPE [n -S]

636/897 AMTU A/MAUT/S malt [n -S]

637/898 ELMY ELMY- abounding in elms (a deciduous tree) [adj ELMIER, ELMIEST]
LYME-/S a leash, also LYAM, LYM [n -S]
-YELM/S to prepare straw for thatching, also YEALM [v -ED, -ING, -S]
X/YLEM/S the basis from which the elements were developed [n -S]

638/899 AEILNSU INSULAE- INSULA, a Roman block of buildings [n]
INULASE-/S an enzyme (a complex protein, also ENZYM) [n -S]

639/900 ADIINSU INDUSIA/L INDUSIUM, an enclosing membrane [n]
SUIDIAN/S a member of the pig family [n -S]

640/901 ABINOSU ABUSION/S misuse [n -S]

641/903 IINT INTI/LS a monetary unit of Peru [n -S]

642/904 EHMS C/-HEMS- HEM, to provide with an edge [v]
MESH-/Y to entangle (to twist together) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

643/905 AHIINOPT PHOTINIA/S a type of shrub [n -S]

644/907 ENRY RENY- to renounce (to disown (to deny the ownership of)) [v RENIED, RENYING, RENIES]

645/909 EETW E/-TWEE/DLNPRT affectedly cute [adj TWEER, TWEEST]
ST/WEET-/ES to know (to have a true understanding of) [v -ED, -ING, -S] / wet (saturated with liquor) [adj WEETER, WEETEST]

646/910 EMNT A/MENT-/AO MING, to mix (to combine together) [v]

647/913 ALOT S/ALTO-/S a low female singing voice [n -S]
F/LOTA-/HS a small water vessel used in India, also LOTAH [n -S]
TOLA/NRS an Indian unit of weight [n -S]

648/916 ADEISST DISSEAT/S to unseat (to remove from a seat) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
SAIDEST SAY, to utter (to give voice to) [v]

649/917 ABRW BAWR/S a Scots word for a joke, also BAUR [n -S]
-BRAW-/LNS splendid (magnificent) [adj BRAWER, BRAWEST]
-WARB-/SY a dirty or insignificant person [n -S]

650/918 LMOO BGS/-LOOM-/S to appear indistinctly as in a mirage [v -ED, -ING, -S]
MOOL-/AISY to cover with soft soil [v -ED, -ING, -S]

651/919 ENRT BDPUY/RENT-/ES to hire (to use for a price) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/-TERN/ES a seabird (any marine bird) [n -S]

652/920 BDOR A/-BORD-/ES an old spelling of BOARD [n -S]
-BROD-/S to prod (to jab (to poke sharply)) [v BRODDED, BRODDING, BRODS]
-DORB-/AS a fool, also DORBA [n -S]

653/923 ACEGINRT ARGENTIC pertaining to argent (silver) [adj]
CATERING/S CATER, to provide food and service [v]
CITRANGE/S a hybrid between citron and orange [n -S]
CREATING- CREATE, to bring into being [v]
P/REACTING REACT, to respond to a stimulus [v]

654/924 IMRS AES/MIRS- MIR, a Russian peasant commune [n]
BCPT/RIMS- RIM, to provide with an outer edge [v]
-SMIR/KRS to drizzle (to rain lightly) [v SMIRRED, SMIRRING, SMIRS]

655/925 AFIW WAIF-/ST to throw away [v -ED, -ING, -S]

656/926 ADHLNOTU DUATHLON/S an athletic event where everyone runs and cycles [n -S]

657/928 AAEELNNR ANNEALER/S one who anneals (to toughen (to make tough)) [n -S]
LERNAEAN in Greek myth relating to Lerna, the swamp or lake near Argos in which dwelt the Hydra which Hercules slew [adj]

658/930 KNOP KNOP/S a knob (a rounded protuberance) [n -S]
PONK/S to smell bad [v -ED, -ING, -S]

659/932 AEINRSTT INTREATS- INTREAT, to ask for earnestly, also ENTREAT [v]
NITRATES- NITRATE, to treat with nitrate acid [v]
STRAITEN/S to make strait (narrow (having little width)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TARTINES-/S TARTINE, bread, butter and jam [n]
TERTIANS- TERTIAN, a recurring fever [n]

660/933 EGINOORV INGROOVE/DS to fit into a groove, also ENGROOVE [v INGROOVED, INGROOVING, INGROOVES]

661/934 ADHNORSU UNHOARDS- UNHOARD, to take from a hoard [v]

662/936 DEEIPRS PREDIES PREDY, to make ready (prepared) [v]
-PRESIDE/DRS to occupy the position of authority [v PRESIDED, PRESIDING, PRESIDES]
SPEIRED SPEIR, to inquire, also SPEER, SPIER [v]
SPIERED SPIER, to inquire, also SPEER, SPEIR [v]

663/938 AILW S/-WAIL-/S to lament (to cry out in grief) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
WALI/S a governor (one that governs (to rule or direct)) [n -S]

664/939 ACDEELRS DECLARES- DECLARE, to make known clearly [v]
DESCALER-/S a thing for removing limescale from something such as a tap, kettle or coffee machine [n -S]
RESCALED- RESCALE, to plan to a new scale [v]

665/940 IPRS PIRS- PIR, a Muslim title of honour [n]
CDGT/RIPS- RIP, to tear apart roughly [v]
C/RISP/S to grate (to reduce to shreds by rubbing) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

666/941 LMPU CFPS/-LUMP-/SY to make into a shapeless mass [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-PLUM-/BEPSY a fleshy fruit [n -S] / plum coloured [adj PLUMMER, PLUMMEST]

667/942 ACEKLN -CANKLE/S (slang) an obese or otherwise swollen ankle that blends into the calf without clear demarcation [n -S]

668/944 AEGNRSTU STRAUNGE strange (unusual (not usual)) [adj]

669/945 EENOPRST PROTENSE/S time extension [n -S]

670/946 AHNS -SHAN-/DKS a counterfeit coin, also SHAND [n -S]

671/947 AKNR KARN/S a memorial of a mound of stones [n -S]
KNAR/LS to snarl, also GNAR, GNARR [v KNARRED, KNARRING, KNARS]
S/-NARK/SY to spy or inform [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BCDFPT/RANK-/ES disagreeable in odour or taste [adj RANKER, RANKEST] / to assign to a particular place or grade [v -ED, -ING, -S]

672/949 ADDS W/ADDS- ADD, to compute the sum of [v]
-DADS- DAD, to dash against [v]

673/950 FIRT A/-FRIT/HSTZ to fuse ceramically, also FRITT [v FRITTED, FRITTING, FRITS]
DG/RIFT-/ESY to form a fissure [v -ED, -ING, -S]

674/951 BDNU BUND-/EHSTUY to make an embankment [v -ED, -ING, -S] / a German federation or league [n BUNDS or BUNDE]

675/953 LMOS MOLS- MOL, a mole (the quantity of a compound that has a weight equal to the compound's molecular weight) [n]
H/OLMS- OLM, a cave-dwelling European salamander [n]

676/955 DEEFILN ENFILED in heraldry, thrust through like a sword [adj]

677/957 BIST BIST- BE, to exist [v]
O/-BITS-/Y BIT, to restrain (to hold back) [v]

678/958 ABFF -BAFF/SY to strike a golf ball causing it to loft [v -ED, -ING, -S]

679/960 CHIL -LICH/IT a corpse, also LYCH [n -ES]

680/961 EITV E/VITE/X quickly (speedy (swift)) [adv]

681/962 DDEEIOPR PERIODED PERIOD, to put an end to [v]

682/967 ADHORSTU TOADRUSH a low rush with flowers [n -ES]

683/968 AEFL ALEF-/ST a Hebrew letter, also ALEPH [n -S]
FEAL/S to conceal (to hide (to conceal)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-FLEA/MS a parasitic insect [n -S]
LEAF-/SY to turn pages rapidly [v -ED, -ING, -S] / a flat green structure attached to a plant [n -S]

684/970 AAEILMNT ALAIMENT/S an allayment, a lessening [n -S]
ANTIMALE opposed to men [adj]
LAMINATE/DS to compress into a thin plate [v LAMINATED, LAMINATING, LAMINATES]

685/972 ACDENSTU UNCASTED UNCAST, to undo the process of casting; to take back a cast [v]

686/974 CEER -CERE/DS to wrap in a waxy cloth [v CERED, CERING, CERES]
S/-CREE/DKLPS to soften by boiling [v CREED, CREEING, CREES]

687/975 DEIT DIET-/S to regulate food and drink [v -ED, -ING, -S]
DITE-/DS to prepare for action, also DIGHT [v DITED, DITING, DITES]
-EDIT/S to prepare for publication [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-TIDE-/DS to flow like the rise and fall of the ocean's waters [v TIDED, TIDING, TIDES]
S/TIED- TIE, to fasten (to secure (to make safe or certain)) [v]

688/976 ARSY K/ARSY- lucky (having good fortune) [adj ARSIER, ARSIEST]
BCDFGKPTX/-RAYS- RAY, to emit a narrow beam of light [v]
D/-RYAS- RYA, a Scandinavian handwoven rug [n]

689/977 ADEEMNR -AMENDER-/S one who amends (to correct (to make right)) [n -S]
ENARMED ENARM, to arm (to supply with weapons) [v]
MEANDER/S to wander (to roam (to move about without purpose or plan)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
REAMEND/S to amend again [v -ED, -ING, -S]
F/REEDMAN one who plays a reed instrument [n REEDMEN]
RENAMED- RENAME, to issue with a new name [v]

690/980 EFHT TW/-HEFT/ESY to lift up [v -ED, -ING, -S]

691/982 DEIORSZ O/DORIZES- DORIZE, to become like the Dorians, also DORISE [v]

692/983 AEFNOPRT PANFORTE/S (Italian) a hard spicy cake [n -S]

693/984 BEIV VIBE/SXY a vibration [n -S]

694/985 ALNW BF/-LAWN-/SY to turn into lawn, an area of managed grass [v -ED, -ING, -S]

695/986 ADIY DIYA/S (Hindi) a small oil lamp, usu of terracotta, used in Hindu worship, esp at Diwali [n -S]

696/987 ABJLMU JAMBUL-/S the rose-apple tree, also JAMBU, JAMBOLAN, JAMBOOL [n -S]
JUMBAL/S a ring-shaped cookie [n -S]

697/989 DORS O/-DORS-/AE DOR, to mock (to ridicule (to make fun of)) [v]
BCFLSW/ORDS- ORD, a beginning [n]
BPT/-RODS- ROD, to clear a drain with a long slender pole [v]
-SORD/AOS of mallard, to ascend in flight [v -ED, -ING, -S]

698/990 ACEGILOS CALIGOES CALIGO, a reduction in vision [n]

699/991 HOOS BP/-OOHS- OOH, to express surprise [v]
-SHOO-/KLNST to drive away [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-SOHO- a huntsman's halloo [interj]

700/993 AMRU GL/-ARUM/S a lily (a flowering plant) [n -S]
MURA/LS a Japanese village [n -S]
UMRA/HS a lesser pilgrimage to Mecca made separately or at the same time as the hajj, and consisting of a number of devotional rituals performed within the city, also UMRAH [n -S]

701/994 EGILNPRS PINGLERS- PINGLER, one that pingles (to strive (to contend)) [n]
SPERLING/S a dialect (a language peculiar to a region) [n -S]
SPRINGLE/ST a snare [n -S]

702/995 EILM CGS/LIME/DNSY to treat with calcium compound [v LIMED, LIMING, LIMES]
S/MILE-/RS a unit of distance [n -S]

703/996 EOOZ BC/OOZE/DS to leak slowly [v OOZED, OOZING, OOZES]

704/997 EEGILNS LEESING LEESE, to lose (to misplace or be deprived of) [v]
SEELING/S (Spenser) a ceiling [n -S]

705/998 AIKNORST SKIATRON/S a cathode-ray tube [n -S]

706/1001 OOST BCFHLMPRST/OOTS- OOT, out [n]
-SOOT/EHSY to cover with a residue of burning [v -ED, -ING, -S]

707/1002 BEGI GIBE-/DLRS to jeer (to mock (to ridicule (to make fun of))) [v GIBED, GIBING, GIBES]

708/1004 ADNO DONA-/HS a Spanish lady [n -S]

709/1005 AMRS BFGHMW/ARMS- ARM, to supply with weapons [v]
-MARS-/EH MAR, to spoil (to mar) [v]
CDGPT/RAMS- RAM, to thrust roughly with force [v]

710/1006 AAKSTT ATTASK/ST to take to task [v ATTASKT or ATTASKED, ATTASKING, ATTASKS]

711/1007 CEEH -ECHE-/DS to augment, also EKE, ECH, EECH, EIK, ICH [v ECHED, ECHING, ECHES]
BKLR/-EECH to augment, also EKE, ECH, ECHE, EIK, ICH [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

712/1008 AEGIMRS GISARME/S a medieval weapon [n -S]
IMAGERS- IMAGER, one that images (to form a likeness of mentally) [n]
MAIGRES- MAIGRE, a large Mediterranean food fish [n]
MIRAGES- MIRAGE, a type of optical illusion [n]

713/1009 AGIILNRT RINGTAIL/S an animal whose tail has ringlike markings [n -S]
-TRAILING TRAIL, to draw along behind [v]
TRIALING TRIAL, to make a judicial examination of [v]

714/1010 AKRST KARST/S a limestone region [n -S]
S/-KARTS- KART, a small motor vehicle [n]
-SKART/HS a cormorant, also SCARTH, SKARTH [n -S]
STARK-/S to stiffen (to make stiff (not easily bent)) [v -ED, -ING, -S] / harsh in appearance [adj STARKER, STARKEST]
STRAK/E STRIKE, to hit (to strike forcibly) [v]

715/1011 FFIY BJMN/IFFY- full of uncertainty [adj IFFIER, IFFIEST]

716/1012 AGNU GAUN-/T GAE, to go (to move along) [v]
GUAN/AOS a large bird [n -S]

717/1014 HORS K/-HORS/ETY outside [prep]
-RHOS- RHO, a Greek letter [n]

718/1017 ORRT -RORT/SY to falsify accounts [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TORR-/S a unit of pressure [n TORRS]

719/1019 ACDELSTU -CAULDEST CAULD, cold (having no warmth) [adj]
SULCATED- having long, narrow furrows, also SULCATE [adj]

720/1021 EORW BCDLMPRSTV/OWER- over [prep]
HP/OWRE/S rock containing a valuable metal, also ORE [n -S]
WERO/S (Maori) a ritual challenge issued to a visitor to a marae [n -S]
S/-WORE WEAR, to be dressed in clothing [v]

721/1023 CERT CERT/SY a certainty [n -S]

722/1024 AAIMST MATAIS- MATAI, (Maori) a coniferous evergreen tree of New Zealand, aka black pine [n]

723/1025 IIRS S/IRIS to give the form of a rainbow to [v -ED, -ING, -ES] / a part of the eye [n IRISES or IRIDES]
SIRI-/HS a climbing plant, also BETEL, SIRIH [n -S]

724/1026 CEIINOPS EPINOSIC unhealthy [adj]

725/1027 CHOU CHOU/TX cabbage [n CHOUX]
CGMPTV/OUCH/T to ornament with settings for precious stones [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

726/1030 ADGILOST DOGSTAIL/S a grass with spiky flowerheads also DOGTAIL [n -S]
DOGTAILS- DOGTAIL, a grass with spiky flowerheads also DOGSTAIL [n]

727/1031 EOPP PEPO-/S a fruit having a fleshy interior and a hard rind, also PEPONIDA, PEPONIUM [n -S]
POEP/S (Afrikaans) to break wind [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-POPE-/S the head of the Roman Catholic Church [n -S]

728/1032 AEEGLPRS PEREGALS- PEREGAL, an equal [n]

729/1033 DEFIORRU FROIDEUR/S coolness in personal relationships [n -S]

730/1034 ESTU SUET-/ESY hard, fatty tissue around the kidneys of cattle and sheep [n -S]
BCJLM/-UTES- UTE, a utility truck [n]

731/1036 EITW T/WITE-/DS to blame (to find fault with) [v WITED, WITING, WITES]

732/1037 AGILNOPS GALOPINS- GALOPIN, a kitchen boy [n]

733/1038 EMSU -EMUS- EMU, a large flightless bird [n]
E/MEUS-/E MEU, the plant baldmoney [n]
A/-MUSE-/DRST to ponder (to consider deeply) [v MUSED, MUSING, MUSES]

734/1040 AILNPRSU PURSLAIN/S a herb used in salads, also PURSLANE, PURPIE, PURPY, PUSLEY, PUSSLEY, PUSSLY [n -S]

735/1041 AEHK S/-HAKE/AS a marine fish [n -S]

736/1042 AEGM R/EGMA/S enigma (something that is difficult to understand) [n -S]
-GAME-/DRSY to gamble (to play a game of chance) [v GAMED, GAMING, GAMES] / plucky (brave and spirited) [adj GAMER, GAMEST]
I/-MAGE-/S a magician (one who is skilled in magic) [n -S]
O/MEGA- enormous (huge, also ENORM) [adj]

737/1046 OSTT -STOT/ST to bound, also STOTT [v STOTTED, STOTTING, STOTS]
Y/TOST TOSS, to throw lightly [v]
S/TOTS- TOT, to total (to amount to) [v]

738/1047 EFFS JMT/EFFS- EFF, euphemism for fuck [v]

739/1048 EGILNRTY RINGLETY- resembling or suggestive of a ringlet [adj]

740/1049 ABDEEGRU BEDEGUAR/S a spongy gall on the sweet-briar [n -S]

741/1050 DEKY DYKE/DSY to furnish with an embankment, also DIKE [v DYKED, DYKING, DYKES]

742/1051 EILLORTT TORTELLI/S (Italian) small pasta parcels stuffed with meat, cheese or vegetables also TORTELLINI [n -S]

743/1054 EEKST S/KEETS- KEET, a young guinea fowl [n]
KETES- KETE, a basket woven from flax [n]
-SKEET-/S the sport of clay bird shooting [n -S]
-STEEK/S to shut (to close (to make impassable)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

744/1055 CHIK CHIK-/S a type of door screen [n -S]
CT/-HICK-/S characteristic of rural people [adj HICKER, HICKEST] / a person from the country, a yokel [n -S]

745/1056 AIQU QUAI-/LRS a wharf, also QUAY [n -S]

746/1058 IMSS GJ/ISMS- ISM, a distinctive theory or doctrine [n]
A/MISS-/AY to fail to make contact with [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
SIMS- SIM, simulation [n]

747/1059 ACEIMRT MATRICE-/S the womb [n -S]

748/1062 ACEHILT ALETHIC pertaining to truth or possibility [adj]
ETHICAL/S a drug sold by prescription only [n -S]

749/1063 DEFIIOTV VIDEOFIT/S an identikit picture [n -S]

750/1064 AEGLRTUY ARGUTELY shrilly [adv]

751/1065 ELPU PLUE-/S a beaver skin, as a tradable item of value, also PLEW, PLU [n -S]
S/-PULE-/DRS to whine (to whimper (to cry plaintively)) [v PULED, PULING, PULES]

752/1066 CEHINOT HENOTIC tending to unify [adj]

753/1067 AGINOTV N/OVATING OVATE, to receive with an ovation [v]

754/1068 AABELNST BANALEST BANAL, flat and uninteresting [adj]

755/1070 ACHY ACHY- aching [adj ACHIER, ACHIEST]
-CHAY-/AS an Indian plant [n -S]

756/1071 ADEH AR/AHED AH, to make a sound of delight [v]
S/HADE-/DS to incline (to slant (to deviate from the horizontal or vertical)) [v HADED, HADING, HADES]
HAED- HAE, to have (to possess) [v]
A/HEAD/SY to be chief of [v -ED, -ING, -S]

757/1072 CDEEGIRU CUDGERIE/S (Australia) a large tropical tree with pink wood [n -S]

758/1073 DEEMNORS MODERNES-/T MODERNE, a design style of the 1920s and 1930s [n]
SERMONED SERMON, to preach a religious discourse [v]

759/1074 EIOPRTV OVERTIP/S to tip more than is normal [v OVERTIPPED, OVERTIPPING, OVERTIPS]
PIVOTER/S someone who makes pivots [n -S]

760/1075 EIRT TUW/RITE-/S a ceremonial act or procedure [n -S]
TIER-/S to arrange in rows [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/-TIRE/DS to grow tired [v TIRED, TIRING, TIRES]
TRIE/DRS to attempt (to endeavour) [v TRIED, TRIES]

761/1076 ORRY F/RORY noisy (making loud sounds) [adj RORIER, RORIEST]

762/1077 AEILNRSU LUNARIES LUNARY, the moonwort fern [n]

763/1078 EIMN MEIN/STY to lament (to cry out in grief) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
MIEN/S demeanor (the manner in which one conducts oneself) [n -S]
AI/MINE/DRS to dig for valuable materials [v MINED, MINING, MINES]

764/1079 AGINOPR PIGNORA PIGNUS, property held as security for a debt [n]
PORANGI (Maori) crazy [adj]

765/1080 DEEILNY DYELINE/S a copy made by using the diazo method [n -S]
NEEDILY NEEDY, in a state of poverty [adv]

766/1081 EHOT S/HOTE-/LN HETE, to command also HIGHT, HECHT [v]

767/1082 ADLN ABEG/-LAND/ES to set down on solid ground [v -ED, -ING, -S]

768/1084 EEPR S/PEER-/SY to look narrowly or searchingly [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-PERE-/AS father [n -S]
S/-PREE-/DNS to test by tasting [v PREED, PREEING, PREES]

769/1085 ALTU LATU-/S an edible Asian seaweed, having small green berrylike capsules [n -S]

770/1087 CDHI -CHID-/E CHIDE, to scold (to rebuke harshly) [v]
-DICH/T do it [interj]

771/1088 AEGKNORS KARENGOS- KARENGO, (New Zealand) an edible seaweed [n]

772/1092 APRR PARR-/ASY a young salmon [n -S]

773/1094 DEMO -DEMO/BINS a demonstration [n -S] / to demonstrate [v -ED, -ING, -S]
DOME-/DS to cover with a rounded roof [v DOMED, DOMING, DOMES]
-MODE-/LMRS a way or manner of acting [n -S]

774/1095 EIRV D/RIVE/DLNRST to tear apart [v RIVED or RIFTE, RIFTE or RIVEN or YRIVD, RIVING, RIVES]
VIER-/S one who vies (to contend in rivalry) [n -S]
-VIRE/DOS to transfer funds [v VIRED, VIRING, VIRES]

775/1096 ENTW -NEWT-/S a small salamander, also EWT [n -S]
WENT-/S a path [n -S]

776/1097 LOTU CFG/-LOUT-/S to bow (to curtsey (to bow politely, also CURTSY)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TOLU/S a fragrant resin [n -S]

777/1098 ABDEEGRS REBADGES- REBADGE, to market a product under a new brand name [v]

778/1099 LOST G/LOST- not to be found or recovered [adj]
BCPS/LOTS-/A LOT, to allot or distribute [v]
-SLOT/HS to cut a long narrow opening in [v SLOTTED, SLOTTING, SLOTS]

779/1100 DEIMNNOS MISDONNE MISDO, to do wrongly [v]

780/1104 ACEILMR CALMIER CALMY, clayey (resembling clay) [adj]
CLAIMER/S one who makes a claim, also CLAIMANT [n -S]
MIRACLE/S an act which breaks the law of nature [n -S]
RECLAIM/S to make suitable for cultivation of habitation [v -ED, -ING, -S]

781/1105 AAAILNRU AULARIAN/S a member of a hall at Oxford [n -S]

782/1107 CEINORY ORIENCY a quality of the orient [n ORIENCIES]

783/1108 DENO DOEN- DO, to perform (to begin and carry through to completion) [v]
-DONE-/ER DO, to perform (to begin and carry through to completion) [v]
A/-NODE-/S a swollen enlargement [n -S]

784/1109 EGINORTU OUTREIGN/S to reign longer than [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ROUTEING ROUTE, to send on a particular course [v]

785/1110 DEWY DEWY- covered with dew, also DEAWIE, DEAWY [adj DEWIER, DEWIEST]

786/1111 GMNU MUNG-/AEOS to process data (computing) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

787/1112 ABDEIST BASTIDE/S a French country house [n -S]

788/1113 AEMR -MARE-/S a female horse [n -S] / a dark area on the Moon or Mars [n MARES or -S or MARIA]
BCD/REAM/ESY to enlarge with a reamer [v -ED, -ING, -S]

789/1115 ABBE ABBE-/DSY an abbot (the superior in a monastery) [n -S]
BABE/LS a baby [n -S]

790/1116 ADRU DAUR/S to venture boldly, also DARE, DARRE [v -ED, -ING, -S]
DUAR/S a type of tent village, also DOUAR, DOWAR [n -S]
DURA/LS a cereal grain, also DURR [n -S]

791/1117 AEGR CEGJLPRSWY/-AGER-/S one who ages (to grow old) [n -S]
-AREG- ERG, a Saharan area of shifting sand dunes [n]
-GARE-/S a dock-basin on a waterway [n -S]
-GEAR/ES to provide with gears (toothed machine parts) [v -ED, -ING, -S] / equipment, also GERE [n -S]
-RAGE-/DERS to react with violent anger [v RAGED, RAGING, RAGES]

792/1118 AGLU AGLU/S a hole in the ice through which a seal breathes, also AGLOO [n -S]
GULA-/GRS the gullet (the throat) [n -S]

793/1119 AAEIIRRS ARIARIES ARIARY, a currency of Madagascar [n]

794/1120 AEEGLSTV VEGETALS- VEGETAL, a plant or vegetable [n]

795/1121 ABILORST LABORIST/S a supporter of workers' rights, also LABOURIST, LABORITE [n -S]
ORBITALS- ORBITAL, a subdivision of a nuclear shell [n]
STROBILA-/ER the body of a tapeworm [n STROBILAE]

796/1122 ADEEINPT DIAPENTE/S a medicine of five ingredients [n -S]

797/1124 GHSU GUSH-/Y to flow forth forcefully [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
CT/-HUGS- HUG, to clasp tightly in the arms [v]
-SUGH-/S to make a moaning or sighing sound, also SOUGH [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ESV/UGHS- UGH, the sound of a cough or grunt [n]

798/1125 AEIKNST INTAKES- INTAKE, the act of taking in [n]
KENTIAS- KENTIA, a feather palm [n]
TANKIES TANKY, a hard line communist [n]

799/1127 AEGN -AGEN-/ET once more, also AGAIN [adv]
GAEN- GAE, to go (to move along) [v]
-GANE-/FV GAE, to go (to move along) [v]
-GEAN/S a European wild cherry [n -S]
GENA-/LS the cheek [n -S]

800/1128 ITTW -TWIT/ES to ridicule (to make fun of) [v TWITTED, TWITTING, TWITS]

801/1129 EIORTTU TOUTIER- TOUTIE, petulant (peevish (irritable)) [adj]

802/1131 EGNR -GREN/S to grin (to smile broadly, also GERNE) [v GRENNED, GRENNING, GRENS]

803/1132 EPQU QUEP expressing derision [interj]

804/1133 MNOR MORN-/ES morning (the early part of the day) [n -S]
E/NORM-/AS a standard (an established measure of comparison) [n -S]

805/1134 IMPU O/PIUM-/S a Brazilian biting fly [n -S]

806/1135 GOPR GORP-/S to stare stupidly, also GAWP, GAUP [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/PROG-/S to forage for food [v PROGGED, PROGGING, PROGS]

807/1136 HOST G/HOST-/AS to entertain socially [v -ED, -ING, -S]
PS/HOTS- HOT, to heat (to make hot) [v]
-SHOT-/EST to load with small pellets [v SHOTTED, SHOTTING, SHOTS]
SOTH-/S truth (conformity to fact or reality) [n -S]
TOSH/Y to trim (to clip into shape) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

808/1137 NNO A/-NON-/AEGI not (in no way) [adv]

809/1138 ACIR -CRIA/S the offspring of a llama [n -S]

810/1139 ACEHLORU LEACHOUR/S one who engages in lechery [n -S]

811/1140 AELT ABEPS/-LATE-/DNRX coming after the expected time [adj LATER, LATEST]
BCP/-LEAT-/S a water trench [n -S]
TAEL-/S a Chinese unit of weight [n -S]
S/-TALE/ARS a story [n -S]
S/TEAL-/S a river duck [n -S]
S/TELA-/E an anatomical tissue [n TELAE]

812/1141 ARTY PTW/ARTY- an artistic person, also ARTSY [n ARTIES] / artistic in a flashy way, also ARTSY [adj ARTIER, ARTIEST]
S/-TRAY/FS a flat, shallow board for carrying food [n -S]

813/1142 EKRY GT/RYKE/DS to reach (to stretch out the hand) [v RYKED, RYKING, RYKES]
-YERK-/S to draw tight [v -ED, -ING, -S]

814/1143 NOTY AS/-TONY- a simpleton [n TONIES] / stylish (fashionable) [adj TONIER, TONIEST]
A/YONT- position beyond [prep]

815/1144 ACKY CAKY lumpy, also CAKEY [adj CAKIER, CAKIEST]
K/YACK/AS to talk persistently [v -ED, -ING, -S]

816/1145 BEER BEER-/SY an alcoholic drink [n -S]
-BERE/ST barley (a cereal grass) [n -S]
-BREE/DMRS the eyebrow, also BRIE, BROO [n -S]

817/1146 EEFHIORS FIREHOSE/S a hose used by firefighters [n -S]

818/1147 ILMP BF/-LIMP/AS to walk lamely [v -ED, -ING, -S] / lacking rigidity [adj LIMPER, LIMPEST]
PLIM/S to swell (to increase in size or volume) [v PLIMMED, PLIMMING, PLIMS]

819/1148 EGIORSTV GROVIEST GROVY, like a grove [adj]
VERTIGOS- VERTIGO, dizziness [n]

820/1149 ETTY S/TYTE at once [adv]
YETT-/S a gate, also YATE [n -S]

821/1150 ADHNOSU HOUDANS- HOUDAN, a type of domestic fowl [n]

822/1151 AEGIRSW EARWIGS- EARWIG, to bias someone against [v]
GAWSIER- GAWSIE, well-fed and healthy looking, also GAWSY [adj]

823/1152 ACDEINST DANCIEST DANCY, (Esp of electronic music) suitable for dancing to, also DANCEY [adj]
DISTANCE/DS to move far from a particular point [v DISTANCED, DISTANCING, DISTANCES]

824/1155 AALM HT/ALMA/HS an Egyptian girl who sings and dances professionally, also ALMAH, ALME, ALMEH [n -S]
AMLA/S an Indian tree [n -S]
LU/-LAMA-/S a Buddhist monk [n -S]
-MALA-/MRSX a string of 108 prayer beads (yoga) [n -S]

825/1156 EIIMOSTY MOYITIES MOYITY, a half, also MOIETY [n]

826/1157 AEFILRV FAVRILE/S an iridescent glassware [n -S]

827/1159 AEN BCFGJKLMNPSTVW/-ANE-/SW one (a number) [n -S]
BDGJLMPRSWY/-EAN-/S to give birth [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-NAE-/S (Scots) no [n NAES]

828/1161 CEHO ECHO-/S a reflected sound [n ECHOES or ECHOS] / to repeat a sound [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
BL/-OCHE-/RS in darts, the line from which players throw [n -S]

829/1162 BKOSY BOSKY- woody (resembling wood) [adj BOSKIER, BOSKIEST]
KYBOS-/H KYBO, temporary lavatory (keep your bowels open) - scout slang [n]

830/1163 BITT BITT-/ESY to secure a cable [v BITTED, BITTING, BITTS]

831/1164 AEIRTUY AUREITY properties of gold [n AUREITIES]

832/1166 DEIN DENI-/MS monetary unit of Macedonia [n -S]
DINE-/DRS to eat dinner [v DINED, DINING, DINES]
S/-NIDE-/DS to nest (to build a structure for holding eggs) [v NIDED, NIDING, NIDES]
NIED- NY, to approach (to come near to) [v]

833/1167 AILR ARIL/S an outer covering of some seeds, also ARILLUS [n -S]
FG/-LAIR/DSY to live in a dwelling place for animals [v -ED, -ING, -S]
LARI-/S a monetary unit of Maldives, also LAREE [n -S]
LIAR/DST a person who tells untruths [n -S]
LIRA/S (Italian) an Italian unit of currency [n LIRE or LIRAS] / a Maltese unit of currency [n -LIRI] / an Israeli unit of currency [n -LIROT or LIROTH]
BDFGT/-RAIL-/ES to enclose or separate [v -ED, -ING, -S]
PTU/RIAL-/S a monetary unit of Iran [n -S]

834/1168 BERR BRER/ES brother (a male sibling (one who has the same parents as another, also SIB, SIBB)) [n -S]

835/1169 ADLY BG/LADY- a woman of refinement and gentle manners [n LADIES]
YALD nimble (agile (able to move quickly and easily)) [adj]

836/1171 AEGMORS F/ROMAGES- ROMAGE, tumult [n]

837/1172 LMOT SY/MOLT-/OS to shed feathers or fur, also MOULT [v -ED, -ING, -S]

838/1173 ELOS C/-LOSE-/DLNRS to misplace or be deprived of [v LOSED, LOAST, LOSING, LOSES] / to loose (to set free) [v LOSED, LOAST, LOSING, LOSES]
BCDGHJMNPRSTV/-OLES- OLE, a shout of approval [n]
SLOE/S a plumlike fruit [n -S]
-SOLE-/DIRS to replace the bottom of a shoe or boot [v SOLED, SOLING, SOLES]

839/1175 EINT U/NITE-/RS night (the period from sunset to sunrise) [n -S]
S/TEIN/DS a monetary unit of Kazakhstan, equal to one hundredth of a tenge [n -S]
TINE-/ADS to lose, also TYNE [v TINED, TINING, TINES]

840/1177 EEKN S/-KEEN/OS to wail loudly over the dead [v -ED, -ING, -S] / enthusiastic [adj KEENER, KEENEST]
-KNEE/DLS to strike with a joint of the leg [v KNEED, KNEEING, KNEES]

841/1178 AERY F/AERY the nest of a bird of prey [n AERIES] / airy, also EYRIE, AERIE, AIERY, AYRIE [adj AERIER, AERIEST]
F/AYRE/S an air such as a song or tune [n -S]
EYRA/S a wild cat [n -S]
-YARE-/R nimble (agile (able to move quickly and easily)) [adj YARER, YAREST]
-YEAR-/DNS three hundred and sixty five days [n -S]

842/1179 BILS G/LIBS- LIB, to geld (to castrate (to remove the testes of)) [v]

843/1180 AILZ ZILA/S an administrative district in British India, also ZILLA, ZILLAH [n -S]

844/1181 AACS -CAAS- CAA, (Scots) to call [v]
CASA/S a dwelling (the place where one lives) [n -S]

845/1183 HOPU OUPH-/ES an elf (a small fairy (a creature of folklore, an imaginary being, generally of diminutive and graceful human form)) [n -S]

846/1184 BNOR BORN-/AE BEAR, to endure (to last (to continue (to go on with))) [v]

847/1186 DHOS -DOHS- DOH, a musical note [n]
DOSH-/A money (a medium of exchange) [n -ES]
-HODS- HOD, to bob (to move quickly up and down) [v]
-SHOD- SHOE, to provide with a covering for the foot [v]

848/1188 EIKLNRST LINKSTER/S an interpreter, also LINGSTER [n -S]
STRINKLE/DS to sprinkle (to scatter drops on) [v STRINKLED, STRINKLING, STRINKLES]
TINKLERS- TINKLER, one who tinkles (to make sharp, metallic sounds) [n]

849/1190 AEEILMRT EREMITAL pertaining to hermits (a recluse (one who lives in solitude and seclusion)) [adj]
MATERIEL/S a substance that can be used for making anything, also MATERIAL [n -S]
REALTIME relating to a computer system [adj]

850/1191 EERY BLPV/EERY weird (strange (unusual (not usual))) [adj EERIER, EERIEST]
FGK/-EYER-/S one that eyes (to watch closely) [n -S]
EYRE/S a journey [n -S]

851/1192 AADILST STADIAL-/S a substance which depends on the life of a glacier [n -S]

852/1193 AERT C/-ARET-/EST to entrust, also ARETT [v ARETTED, ARETTING, ARETS]
CFGIOPUW/-RATE-/DLRS to estimate the value of [v RATED, RATING, RATES]
S/-TARE-/DS to assess the weight of a goods container [v TARED, TARING, TARES]
S/-TEAR-/SY to weep (to shed tears (salty liquid) from the eyes) [v -ED, -ING, -S] / to pull apart [v TORE, TORN, TEARING, TEARS]

853/1194 AGOP I/-GAPO-/S a flooded forest, also IGAPO [n -S]

854/1196 ACDEINV INCAVED- INCAVE, to secrete, also ENCAVE [v]

855/1197 EISS SEIS-/EM SEI, a large whale [n]
SIES (South Africa) yech, an expression of disgust also SIS [interj]

856/1198 AIMN GRT/AMIN-/EOS a type of chemical compound [n -S]
A/-MAIN/S to make lame (disabled in the legs) [v -ED, -ING, -S] / principal [adj MAINER, MAINEST]
-MANI-/ACS a stone prayer in a Tibetan Buddhist temple [n -S]
MINA/ERS an ancient unit of weight and value [n MINAS or MINAE]

857/1199 LMSU AGPS/-LUMS- LUM, a chimney (a flue (a smoke-duct in a chimney)) [n]
-SLUM/PS to visit squalid urban areas [v SLUMMED, SLUMMING, SLUMS]

858/1200 AEIJNST JANTIES/T JANTY, one who is self-assured [n]
TAJINES- TAJINE, a clay pot, also TAGINE [n]

859/1201 DEEFILR DEFILER-/S one that defiles (to make dirty (soiled)) [n -S]
FERLIED- FERLY, to wonder, also FERLIE [v]
FIELDER/S one who catches or picks up a ball in play [n -S]
P/REFILED- REFILE, to file again [v]

860/1202 AEILMTY P/LAYTIME/S the total time allowed [n -S]
MEATILY MEATY, full of meat [adv]

861/1204 ADEEMRST DESTREAM/S to reverse the categorising of students [v -ED, -ING, -S]
MASTERED MASTER, to accomplish [v]
STREAMED STREAM, to flow in a steady current [v]

862/1205 AEGL LR/-EGAL equal [adj]
-GALE-/ADS a strong wind [n -S] / to frolic playfully [v GALED, GALING, GALES]
GEAL/S to congeal (to change from a fluid to a solid) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

863/1206 ADEILMOX ALDOXIME/S an oxime from a certain chemical reaction [n -S]

864/1209 EELY DJS/EELY- like an eel [adj EELIER, EELIEST]

865/1210 AIRS FGHLMPSVW/AIRS- AIR, to expose to the air [v]
DGLNPSZ/ARIS/EH (Cockney slang) arse [n -ES]
K/-RAIS-/E RAI, north African music [n]
AC/RIAS- RIA, a long, narrow inlet [n]
-SAIR-/S to wound (to inflict an injury upon) [v -ED, -ING, -S] / sore (tender to the touch) [adj SAIRER, SAIREST]
SARI-/NS an outer garment worn by Hindu women, also SAREE [n -S]

866/1211 ESTT SETT-/S the burrow of a badger [n -S]
-STET/S to cancel a previously made printing correction [v STETTED, STETTING, STETS]
-TEST-/AESY to examine critically [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/TETS- TET, a Hebrew letter, also TETH [n]

867/1212 AHIKST SKAITH/S to injure (to harm or do hurt to) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TAKHIS- TAKHI, a wild horse, also TAKI [n]

868/1213 BDEILSTU BLUDIEST BLUDY, stained with blood, also BLOODY, BLUDIE, BLUIDY [adj]

869/1214 GHHI AT/HIGH/ST to turn to the left [v -ED, -ING, -S] / reaching far upward [adj HIGHER, HIGHEST]

870/1215 EFUZ FUZE/DES to equip with a detonating device, also FUSE [v FUZED, FUZING, FUZES]

871/1218 OPTY PYOT/S a magpie, also PYAT, PYET, PIET [n -S]
TYPO/S a typographical error [n -S]

872/1220 EKLS WY/ELKS- ELK, a large deer (a ruminant mammal) [n]
LEKS- LEK, to gather at a piece of ground for display purposes [v]

873/1221 AKOY KAYO-/S to knock out [v KAYOED, KAYOES or KAYOING, KAYOS or KAYOES]
OAKY- oaklike (like an oak) [adj OAKIER, OAKIEST] / an icecream [n OAKIES]
T/-OKAY-/S to approve (to regard favourably) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

874/1223 GOSS GOSS-/E to spit (to throw out saliva from the mouth) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
SOGS- SOG, to soak (to saturate in liquid) [v]

875/1224 EIKNOOR NOOKIER- NOOKY, resembling a nook (a corner) [adj]
ROOINEK/S an Afrikaans nickname for the British [n -S]

876/1225 AEGILNY ALEYING ALEYE, to quell, also ALLAY, ALAY [v]
-YEALING/S a person of the same age [n -S]

877/1226 IIKOTT TITOKI/S a New Zealand tree [n -S]

878/1227 DEILPRSU SERPULID/S a marine worm that lives in a stony tube [n -S]

879/1228 ADOR D/-ORAD- towards the mouth [adv]
BT/ROAD/S a way for public transport [n -S]

880/1229 ADGINRU DAURING DAUR, to venture boldly, also DARE, DARRE [v]

881/1230 ABDO DOAB/S land between two rivers [n -S]

882/1231 AEEGHLRS SHEARLEG/S one of the spars of sheers, also SHEERLEG [n -S]

883/1232 CENO S/-CONE-/DSY to shape like a geometric solid [v CONED, CONING, CONES]
BNPS/ONCE/RST one time [n -S]

884/1233 AINT T/ANTI-/CS one who is opposed to anything [n -S]
S/-TAIN-/ST a thin plate [n -S]
TIAN/S a vegetable gratin baked in an earthenware dish [n -S]
TINA-/S (slang) crystal meth [n -S]

885/1234 ADGR DARG/AS a task [n -S]
-DRAG/S to pull along the ground [v DRAGGED, DRAGGING, DRAGS]
-GRAD/ES a graduate [n -S]

886/1236 AINPRST A/SPIRANT/S a sound produced by narrowing the air passage [n -S]
SPRAINT-/S otter's dung [n -S]

887/1237 CFFU S/CUFF/OS to strike with the open hand [v -ED, -ING, -S]

888/1238 AEFILMN FEMINAL of a man, thinking like a women [adj]
INFLAME/DRS to set on fire [v INFLAMED, INFLAMING, INFLAMES]

889/1239 AGINRTY GIANTRY giant stories [n GIANTRIES]

890/1240 AELS BDEGHKMPRSTVWY/-ALES- ALE, an alcoholic beverage [n]
B/LASE-/DRS to use a laser [v LASED, LASING, LASES]
FP/-LEAS-/EHT LEA, a meadow, also LEY [n]
-SALE-/PST the act of selling [n -S]
SEAL-/S to close or make secure [v -ED, -ING, -S]
SLAE/S the blackthorn [n -S]

891/1241 BDEFIORS FIBROSED- FIBROSE, to form fibrous tissue [v]

892/1243 NOPT PONT/SY a small ferry boat [n -S]

893/1244 AHOS C/HAOS- HAO, a monetary unit of Vietnam [n]
HOAS-/T HOA, to stop (to halt or discontinue) [v]

894/1245 ADEL -DALE-/DS a valley (a depression of the earth's surface) [n -S]
I/DEAL/ST to trade (to have dealing with) [v DEALT, DEALING, DEALS]
BCGS/LADE-/DNRS to load with cargo, also LADEN [v LADED, LADING, LADES]
P/LEAD-/SY to go in advance [v -ED, -ING, -S] / to cover with a heavy metallic element [v LEADED or LEADED or LED, LEADING or LEADING, LEADS or LEADS]

895/1246 DORW -DROW/NS a squall [n -S]
S/-WORD/SY to express in speech sounds [v -ED, -ING, -S]

896/1247 BETY BYTE/S a group of adjacent binary digits [n -S]
-YBET BEAT, to strike repeatedly [v]

897/1248 EILP CS/LIPE-/S a lurching or jerking movement [n -S]
S/PILE/ADIRS to lay one upon the other [v PILED, PILING, PILES]
-PLIE/DRS a movement in ballet [n -S]

898/1249 AEIPRSU SPURIAE feathers of the bastard wing [n]
-UPRAISE/DRS to raise up [v UPRAISED, UPRAISING, UPRAISES]

899/1251 CEOS -COSE-/CDSTY to make oneself cosy [v COSED, COSING, COSES]
D/-ECOS- ECO, ecology (an environmental science) [n]
-SECO- dry (of wine) [adj]

900/1252 ACEIOOPT ECOTOPIA/S an ecologically ideal region or type of society [n -S]

901/1253 BEILORSU -BLOUSIER BLOUSY, slovenly (habitually untidy or unclean) [adj]
RIBULOSE/S a type of sugar [n -S]

902/1254 EEFS FEES-/E FEE, to pay a fixed charge [v]

903/1255 CEHS -SECH-/S hyperbolic secant (math) [n SECHS]

904/1257 AABB DGY/ABBA-/S father [n -S]
-BABA/S a rum cake [n -S]

905/1259 ACEIMNT EMICANT sparkling [adj]
NEMATIC/S a liquid crystal in a particular phase [n -S]

906/1261 CEIS BDFRSTV/ICES- ICE, to cover with frozen water [v]
-SICE-/S a male servant in India, also SYCE, SAICE [n -S]

907/1262 EEFINRS ENFIRES- ENFIRE, to inflame (to set on fire) [v]
FEERINS- FEERIN, a first guiding furrow, also FEERING [n]
FINEERS- FINEER, to get goods by fraud [v]
REFINES- REFINE, to free from impurities [v]

908/1264 DENY DENY- to declare to be untrue, also DENAY [v DENIED, DENYING, DENIES]
DYNE/LS a unit of force [n -S]
NYED- NYE, to approach (to come near to) [v]

909/1265 MOQTUU QUOTUM/S a share, also QUOTA [n -S]

910/1266 ACEELRST CLEAREST CLEAR, undimmed (not dimmed) [adj]
SCELERAT/ES a villain (a malevolent evil-doer, also VILLAN) [n -S]
TREACLES- TREACLE, to smear with molasses [v]

911/1267 BDEILNOY BODYLINE/S in cricket, a fast bowl at the batsman's body [n -S]

912/1268 AFFR DG/-RAFF/S the disreputable element of society, also RIFFRAFF, RAGTAG [n -S]

913/1269 CEIKLR FMPT/ICKLER- ICKLE, (colloquial) little [adj]
CFS/-LICKER/S one that licks (to lap, taste or moisten with the tongue) [n -S]
BPT/-RICKLE/S a loose heap [n -S]

914/1270 ISTU SUIT-/ES to be appropriate [v -ED, -ING, -S]
E/TUIS-/M TUI, a New Zealand bird [n]
CKM/-UTIS din [n -ES]

915/1271 EGTU TEGU-/AS a lizard, also TEGUEXIN [n -S]

916/1272 EIPS S/PIES- PIE, to jumble or disorder printing type (pr p PIEING, PIING, PYEING), also PI, PYE [v]
PISE-/S rammed earth or clay [n -S]
SIPE-/DS to seep (to pass slowly through small openings) [v SIPED, SIPING, SIPES]
-SPIE/DLRS a secret agent [n -S]

917/1273 AEGIMNS ENIGMAS- ENIGMA, something that is difficult to understand [n]
-GAMINES-/S GAMINE, a tomboy (a girl who acts like a boy) [n]
-MEASING MEASE, to make less severe, also MITIGATE [v]
SEAMING/S the act of joining by sewing together [n -S]

918/1274 EIMNOPT EMPTION/S the act of buying [n -S]
PIMENTO-/NS a sweet pepper, also PIMIENTO [n -S]

919/1275 EILR LEIR-/S to teach (to instruct (to teach)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
FPS/LIER-/S one that reclines (to lean or lie back) [n -S]
-LIRE LIRA, (Italian) an Italian unit of currency [n]
AO/RIEL/S a monetary unit of Cambodia [n -S]
RILE/DSY to anger (to irritate (to provoke (to arouse to anger or sexual desire))) [v RILED, RILING, RILES]

920/1276 BOSW BOWS-/E BOW, to curtsey (to bow politely, also CURTSY) [v]
SWOB/S to swab (to clean with a large mop) [v SWOBBED, SWOBBING, SWOBS]

921/1277 HMOS -HOMS- HOM, a sacred plant of the ancient Persians, also HOMA [n]
-MHOS- MHO, a unit of electrical conductance [n]
MOSH- to dance frantically to rock music [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
OHMS- OHM, a unit of electrical resistance [n]
SHMO/E (Yiddish) a stupid or boring person also SCHMO, SCHMOE, SHMOE [n SHMOES]

922/1278 ELLT S/-TELL-/SY to relate (to give an account of) [v TELD or TELT or TOLD, TAULD or TOLD, TELLING, TELLS]

923/1281 ADSY A/-DAYS- DAY, the time between sunrise and sunset [n]
D/-YADS- YAD, a stick with a small pointing hand at the tip, used to follow text in the Torah [n]

924/1282 AEFS SAFE/DRS to make secure (free from danger) [v SAFED, SAFING, SAFES] / free from danger [adj SAFER, SAFEST]

925/1283 BEEIORSS SOBERISE/DS to make sober, also SOBERIZE [v SOBERISED, SOBERISING, SOBERISES]

926/1284 ACEIMNST AMNESTIC pertaining to amnesia (loss of memory) [adj]
NEMATICS- NEMATIC, a liquid crystal in a particular phase [n]
A/SEMANTIC/S pertaining to meaning (the sense intended) [adj]

927/1287 LOOW WOOL-/DSY the fleece of sheep or goats [n -S]

928/1289 ABDEEIRT EBRIATED- intoxicated, also EBRIATE [adj]
REBAITED REBAIT, to bait again [v]

929/1290 AEHIPST APESHIT (vulgar) berserk; destructively crazy [adj]

930/1292 EGOS RSV/-EGOS- EGO, conscious thinking subject [n]
GEOS- GEO, a gully, also GIO [n]
-GOES-/T GO, to move along [v]
-SEGO-/LS a perennial herb [n -S]

931/1293 ERTY TREY/FS the three in cards, dice, or dominoes [n -S]
-TRYE-/R choice, purified [adj]
-TYER-/S one that ties (to fasten (to secure)) [n -S]
S/TYRE/DS to supply a covering for a wheel [v TYRED, TYRING, TYRES]

932/1294 ADELOSTT TOADLETS- TOADLET, a small toad [n]

933/1295 EHOR S/HERO-/NS a man revered for his bravery and heroic deeds [n -S or -ES]
S/HOER-/S one that hoes (to garden with a hoe) [n -S]
CSW/-HORE mouldy (covered with mould) [adj]

934/1296 NOSS -SONS-/EY SON, a male child (a young person) [n]

935/1298 ABEEGLRS BEAGLERS- BEAGLER, one who hunts with beagles [n]

936/1299 ALTW TWAL-/S (Scots) twelve [n -S]

937/1300 AEMNORY ANYMORE any longer [adv]
ROMNEYA/S a plant with large white flowers [n -S]

938/1301 ABDN A/-BAND-/AHSY to decorate with strips of material [v -ED, -ING, -S]

939/1302 AAGM MT/AGMA/S the sound "ng" [n -S]
A/-GAMA-/SY a pasture grass [n -S]

940/1303 AGIT -GAIT/AST to train a horse to move in a certain way [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/TAIG-/AS a catholic (derogatory), Northern Ireland [n -S]

941/1305 AENO P/-AEON/S a vast age, also EON [n -S]
EOAN pertaining to dawn [adj]

942/1306 AALU AULA/S a hall (a large room for assembly) [n -S]

943/1307 EFIIMNOS FISNOMIE/S facial features (physiognomy) [n -S]
OMNIFIES OMNIFY, to make universal [v]

944/1308 DEGILNRY YELDRING/S the yellowhammer (a bird) [n -S]

945/1309 GINN -GINN-/Y a class of spirits in Muslim folklore [n]

946/1310 ORST BDFMPRSTW/ORTS- ORT, a scrap of food [n]
CFP/ROST/IS to roast (to bake (to cook in an oven)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
GT/ROTS- ROT, to decompose [v]
-SORT/AS to arrange in class, kind or size [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-TORS-/EIKO TOR, a high, craggy hill [n]

947/1311 ELPT CS/LEPT-/A LEAP, to spring off the ground [v]
S/-PELT-/AS to shower blows or missiles, also PELTER [v -ED, -ING, -S]

948/1312 AGNW -GNAW/NS to wear away by persistent biting [v GNAWED, GNAWN, GNAWING, GNAWS]
DST/WANG-/S the cheek [n -S]

949/1313 ABEILMR BALMIER BALMY, fragrant (having a pleasant perfume) [adj]
LAMBIER- LAMBY, resembling a lamb [adj]
MIRABLE wonderful [adj]
REMBLAI/S earth used for a rampart [n -S]

950/1314 ADDEIRSU RADIUSED RADIUS, to give a rounded form to [v]

951/1315 ADEGHIR HAGRIDE/RS to harass (to bother persistently) [v HAGRODE, HAGRIDDEN, HAGRIDING, HAGRIDES]
HEADRIG/S a headland in a ploughed field [n -S]

952/1316 MOSU -MOUS-/ETY MOU, a Scots form of mouth [n]
MUSO-/S a musician (one who performs or composes music) [n -S]
SOUM-/S to determine the ratio of cattle to pasture [v -ED, -ING, -S]
SUMO-/S a Japanese form of wrestling [n -S]

953/1317 EOSY N/-OYES- a proclamation, also OYEZ [n OYESES or OYESSES]

954/1318 OOTW -WOOT-/Z wilt thou (no inflections) [v]

955/1320 MOPY MOPY- dejected, also MOPEY [adj MOPIER, MOPIEST, MOPILY]
YOMP-/S to carry (to convey from one place to another) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

956/1321 EHPT HEPT- heaped (Spenser) [adj]

957/1322 EMOT ES/MOTE-/DLNSTY a small particle (a very small piece or part) [n -S] / must (to become musty (having a stale odour)) [v MOSTE, MOTEN]
TOME-/S a large book [n -S]

958/1323 ALOO B/-ALOO/FS (Hindu) a potato, also ALU [n -S]

959/1325 BEOY M/-OBEY-/S to do as one is told [v -ED, -ING, -S]
YEBO yes [interj]

960/1328 AESV CEFHLNOPRSW/AVES- AVE, hail [n]
-SAVE-/DRSY to rescue from danger, injury or loss [v SAVED, SAVING, SAVES]
VAES- VAE, a bay or creek [n]
VASE-/S a container used for holding flowers [n -S]

961/1329 ACDR -CARD-/ISY to provide with a stiff piece of paper [v -ED, -ING, -S]
DRAC/KO unattractive (said of a woman), also DRACK [adj]

962/1331 AANR V/ARNA/S an Indian water-buffalo [n -S]
GP/-RANA-/S a Rajput prince [n -S]

963/1332 EOV DL/EVO/ES evening (Australian slang) [n -S]
E/-VOE/S a small bay, creek or inlet [n -S]

964/1333 EHLU S/-HULE/S a Central American rubber tree [n -S]

965/1334 AEIKRST ARKITES- ARKITE, an inmate of Noah's ark [n]
KARITES- KARITE, an African tree [n]

966/1335 CEIR -CIRE/S a gloss finish for fabrics [n -S]
CSX/ERIC/AKS a murderer's fine in old Irish law, also ERIACH, ERICK [n -S]
DNR/ICER-/S one who makes icing [n -S]
DGPT/-RICE/DRSY to form soft foods by pressing through a ricer [v RICED, RICING, RICES]

967/1336 AAEL ALAE- ALA, in biology, any flat winglike projection [n]

968/1337 COX -COX/AY to steer a racing rowboat, also COXSWAIN [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

969/1338 CHOO -COHO/EGS a small salmon (a food fish) [n -S]

970/1339 AEHIMRS -MASHIER- MASHY, of the nature of a mash [adj]
MISHEAR/DS to hear incorrectly [v MISHEARD, MISHEARING, MISHEARS]

971/1340 AMNU MAUN/D must (cannot be conjugated) [v]
-NAMU-/S a black New Zealand sandfly [n -S]

972/1341 ABHU BAHU-/ST (Hindi) a daughter-in-law, especially one who lives with her husband's family when married [n -S]
HABU/S a poisonous snake [n -S]

973/1342 BILN -BLIN/DGIKSY to cease (to stop (to halt or discontinue)) [v BLINNED, BLINNING, BLINS]

974/1344 AADIN NAIAD/S a water nymph [n NAIADS or NAIADES]

975/1345 EKNOORST STROOKEN- STRIKE, to hit (to strike forcibly) [v]

976/1346 AEMZ AS/MAZE/DRSY to bewilder (to confuse (to perplex (to puzzle))) [v MAZED, MAZING, MAZES]

977/1347 ABEEST SEBATE/S a salt of sebacic acid [n -S]

978/1348 BEIR BIER/S a coffin stand [n -S]
-BREI/DS (South Africa) to pronounce r sound at the back of the throat also BREY [v BREID, BREIING, BREIS]
BRIE/FRS the eyebrow, also BREE, BROO [n -S]

979/1349 EGINNRTV A/VENTRING/S an enterprise [n -S]

980/1350 AEILQRSU SQUAILER/S a throwing stick [n -S]

981/1352 AEIIMNTU MINUTIAE- MINUTIA, a small detail [n]

982/1353 ACEINSV INCAVES- INCAVE, to secrete, also ENCAVE [v]

983/1354 ADIKN KINDA- kind of [adv]

984/1355 BEIILOPR PERIBOLI PERIBOLUS, a precinct (a sub-division of a city or town) [n]

985/1358 EEMNRTU TRUEMEN TRUEMAN, an honest man [n]

986/1360 ACLNOSTU CONSULTA-/S a council meeting [n -S]
OSCULANT adhering closely [adj]

987/1361 ACEILOSX SAXICOLE living or growing among rocks, also SAXATILE [adj]

988/1362 EEHNRST THRENES- THRENE, an ode for the dead, also THRENOS [n]

989/1363 AEIMST MATIES/T MATY, a friend [n]
MISATE MISEAT, to eat improperly [v]
MISEAT/S to eat improperly [v MISATE, MISEATEN, MISEATING, MISEATS]
SAMITE/S a silk fabric [n -S]
TAMISE-/S a woollen fabric [n -S]

990/1364 EIIMNOSV VISNOMIE/S the act of judging character from appearance, also VISNOMY [n -S]

991/1365 EEHILRS LEISHER LEISH, supple (pliant (easily bent)) [adj]

992/1368 EEGHILNS W/HEELINGS- HEELING, the act of inclining laterally [n]
-SHEELING SHEEL, to shell (to remove the outer covering from nuts) [v]

993/1369 CDEILSTU DULCITES- DULCITE, a saccharine substance derived from plants, also DULCITOL, DULCOSE [n]
LUCIDEST LUCID, easily understood [adj]

994/1370 DEILMNSU MUSLINED clothed with muslin [adj]

995/1371 EEHW WHEE/LNP used to express delight [interj]

996/1372 CEEEGNOT ECTOGENE/S a gene involved in the development of an embryo in artificial conditions [n -S]

997/1373 DEIKOORS SKIDOOER/S one that rides on a snowmobile [n -S]

998/1374 CEIIOPRS IRISCOPE/S an instrument showing colours of a prism [n -S]

999/1375 BEIIMNOS EBIONISM/S an early Christian sect which honoured Mosaic law [n -S]

1000/1376 ADMNOSU OSMUNDA-/S any of a genus of large ferns, also OSMUND [n -S]

1001/1379 AEIMRSY RIMAYES- RIMAYE, a bergschrund, a crevasse formed where a glacier or snowfield moves away from a mountain wall [n]

1002/1381 AEHNOQTU HAQUETON/S a type of jacket [n -S]

1003/1384 ABEELLOT BALLOTEE/S a candidate in a ballot [n -S]

1004/1385 EEHIORSS HEROISES- HEROISE, to make heroic, also HEROIZE [v]

1005/1386 AEIMRSW AWMRIES- AWMRIE, a cupboard for sacred vessels, also AMBRY, ALMERY, ALMIRAH, AMBERY, AUMBRY, AWMRY [n]
SEMIRAW somewhat raw [adj]

1006/1387 DEGLNOS DONGLES- DONGLE, a device for defeating software piracy [n]
-GOLDENS- GOLDEN, to become golden [v]

1007/1390 EHOOV HOOVE/DNRS to hover (to hang suspended in the air) [v HOOVED, HOOVING, HOOVES]

1008/1391 AEIMNUV MAUVEIN/ES a mauve dye, also MAUVEINE, MAUVIN, MAUVINE [n -S]
MAUVINE-/S a mauve dye, also MAUVEIN, MAUVEINE, MAUVIN [n -S]

1009/1392 EEHILST SHEITEL/S (Yiddish) a wig worn by a married Jewish woman [n -S]
SHELTIE/S a small, shaggy pony, also SHELTY [n -S]

1010/1393 ADEIPRV VAPIDER VAPID, insipid (dull and uninteresting) [adj]

1011/1394 AEFIMRS MISFARE/DS to fare badly [v MISFARED, MISFARING, MISFARES]

1012/1395 ACEIRSV CARVIES CARVY, a herb used in cooking, also CARAWAY, CARRAWAY [n]
CAVIERS- CAVIER, the roe of sturgeon, also CAVIAR, CAVIARE, CAVIARIE [n]
A/VARICES VARIX, a varicose vein [n]
VISCERA/L VISCUS, an internal organ [n]

1013/1396 DEIOSTX EXODIST/S an emigrant (one that emigrates (to leave one's birthplace to settle in another)) [n -S]

1014/1397 AEEGLTUV -EVULGATE/DS to divulge (to reveal (to make known)) [v EVULGATED, EVULGATING, EVULGATES]

1015/1402 AILNV ANVIL/S to shape on a heavy iron block [v ANVILED or ANVILLED, ANVILLING or ANVILING, ANVILS]
NIVAL pertaining to snow [adj]
VINAL-/S a synthetic textile fibre [n -S]

1016/1403 DEEIMNS DESMINE/S the mineral stilbite [n -S]
SIDEMEN SIDEMAN, a member of a jazz band [n]

1017/1404 AEGNNRTY GANNETRY a breeding place for gannets [n GANNETRIES]

1018/1406 DEGOSTU DEGOUTS- DEGOUT [n]

1019/1409 CEIILOPR POLICIER/S a film featuring police investigating crimes [n -S]

1020/1410 ADLNOSTY TOYLANDS- TOYLAND, the toy industry [n]

1021/1411 EGLORSU REGULOS- REGULO, the scale of temperature in a gas oven [n]

1022/1413 ACEIPRTV PRACTIVE practical [adj]

1023/1416 ACINNOT ACTINON/S an isotope of radon [n -S]
CANTION/S a song (a musical composition written for singing) [n -S]
CONTAIN/S to hold within [v -ED, -ING, -S]

1024/1417 CDEEGIRS GRECISED- GRECISE, to provide with a Greek style, also GRECIZE, GRAECIZE, GRAECISE [v]

1025/1419 EGMNORSU MURGEONS- MURGEON, to mock with grimaces [v]

1026/1422 BEEGILST GLEBIEST GLEBY, cloddy (lumpy (full of lumps)) [adj]

1027/1424 ACEHINPT HAPTENIC relating to hapten [adj]
INCHTAPE/S a measuring tape marked out in inches [n -S]

1028/1425 ACDEFIR FARCIED- diseased with farcy (glanders) [adj]

1029/1426 ACEIMST ACMITES- ACMITE, a pyramid shaped crystal [n]
B/ETACISM/S one way of pronouncing eta [n -S]
E/MICATES- MICATE, to furnish with mica [v]
SEMATIC serving as a warning [adj]

1030/1429 DEFIIMNO OMNIFIED OMNIFY, to make universal [v]

1031/1430 AGIMNORR ARMORING ARMOR, to dress with defensive covering, also ARMOUR [v]
ROARMING (dialect) severe, as in a roarming cold [adj]

1032/1431 AEEGMRSU REMUAGES- REMUAGE, the process of turning wine bottles [n]

1033/1432 AEIPRTVY VARITYPE/DS to produce copy on a special typewriter [v VARITYPED, VARITYPING, VARITYPES]

1034/1439 ADILMOSU ALODIUMS- ALODIUM, land held absolutely, also ALLODIUM, ALOD [n]

1035/1441 EEGIN B/EIGNE first born [adj]
GENIE/S a supernatural being in Muslim mythology, also DJIN, DJINN, DJINNI, DJINNY, JANN, JIN, JINN, JINNEE, JINNI [n -S]

1036/1442 ACEHINS CHAINES- CHAINE, a series of ballet turns [n]
INCHASE/DS to place in an ornamental border, also ENCHASE [v INCHASED, INCHASING, INCHASES]

1037/1443 AILNOPS OILPANS- OILPAN, (US) a sump [n]

1038/1445 ACILORST CALORIST/S a person who believes in the caloric theory [n -S]

1039/1452 KOUY -YOUK-/S to itch, also YUKE, EUK, EWK [v -ED, -ING, -S]
YUKO-/S an award of five points in judo [n -S]

1040/1456 AEEILNPS ALEPINES- ALEPINE, material of wool and silk [n]
PENALISE/DS to subject to penalty, also PENALIZE [v PENALISED, PENALISING, PENALISES]
SEPALINE pertaining to a sepal (one of the leaves of a calyx) [adj]

1041/1465 AEEHIRRS HEARSIER HEARSY, resembling a hearse [adj]

1042/1466 IPSTXY PTYXIS a type of leaf folding in a bud [n PTYXISES or PTYXES]

1043/1503 ADEGILT LIGATED- LIGATE, to bind, also LIGATURE [v]
TAIGLED- TAIGLE, to entangle (to twist together) [v]

1044/1512 SUW -WUS/S a term for a pal [n -ES]

1045/1523 AEEKM KEEMA/S (Hindi) in Indian cookery, minced beef [n -S]

1046/1554 EIKMNS MINKES- MINKE, a small whale [n]
MISKEN/ST to fail to recognize [v MISKENNED, MISKENT, MISKENNING, MISKENS]

1047/1565 AABRZ BAZAR/S an Eastern market-place, also BAZAAR [n -S]
BRAZA/S a Spanish unit of length [n -S]
ZABRA/S a small vessel (a craft for travelling on water) [n -S]

1048/1590 ADEY YEAD-/S to go or proceed [v YOD or YODE, YEADING, YEADS]

1049/1592 ABRS BCDGW/ARBS- ARB, a type of stock trader [n]
K/-BARS- BAR, to exclude (to shut out) [v]
-BRAS-/HST an old form of BRASS [n -ES]

1050/1597 GOSW WOGS- WOG, a dark-skinned foreigner [n]

1051/1602 CFRU S/CURF-/S an incision made by a cutting tool [n -S]

1052/1608 AAEOSTUV AUTOSAVE/DS to save by a facility which automatically saves newly-recorded data at regular intervals [v AUTOSAVED, AUTOSAVING, AUTOSAVES]

1053/1610 DDEI DEID-/S death (the end of life) [n -S] / dead (not alive) [adj DEIDER, DEIDEST]
DIED- DIE, to cut with a material shaping device [v]

1054/1615 ADEGISU -AGUISED- AGUISE, to adorn, also AGUIZE [v]
GAUDIES/T GAUDY, a festival (a time of celebration) [n]

1055/1617 ESST BFGHJKLNPRTVWYZ/ESTS- EST, a program designed to raise awareness [n]
SETS- SET, to put in a particular position [v]

1056/1619 GOOP -GOOP-/SY goo or gunk [n -S]
POGO/S (trade) to jump up and down on the spot to music [v POGOED, POGOING, POGOS or POGOES]

1057/1625 DEFKSY SKYFED SKYF, (South Africa) to smoke [v]

1058/1628 DEEGIRST DIGESTER/S an apparatus which softens substances, also DIGESTOR [n -S]
ESTRIDGE/S the ostrich, also ESTRICH [n -S]
P/REDIGEST/S to digest again [v -ED, -ING, -S]

1059/1630 DEEORRTU REROUTED- REROUTE, to choose a different route [v]
RETOURED RETOUR, to return as heir [v]

1060/1631 ARSW BCD/RAWS- RAW, a sore or irritated spot [n]
-WARS-/T WAR, to engage in armed conflict [v]

1061/1635 EKTY S/KYTE/S the stomach [n -S]
TYKE/S a small child, also TIKE [n -S]

1062/1638 ELTT -TELT- TELL, to relate (to give an account of) [v]

1063/1642 AABORZ ABRAZO/S an embrace [n -S]

1064/1650 EFLO FLOE/S a large mass of floating ice [n -S]

1065/1654 DEEGIRSU GUDESIRE/S a grandfather, also GOODSIRE, GUTCHER [n -S]

1066/1663 FFOY T/OFFY- (slang) an off-licence, also OFFIE [n OFFIES]

1067/1675 ABBIJS D/JIBBAS- JIBBA, a long loose outer garment worn by Muslims [n]

1068/1683 AGHKU -KAUGH/S care or trouble, also KIAUGH [n -S]

1069/1692 AENSTZ STANZE/S a pattern of verse, also STANZO [n -S]
-ZANTES- ZANTE, satinwood [n]

1070/1694 IKLNY KYLIN/S a mythical animal depicted on Eastern pottery [n -S]
PS/-LINKY- full of interlocking rings [adj LINKIER, LINKIEST]

1071/1696 CEIP S/-EPIC/S a long narrative poem [n -S]
S/-PICE- a former coin of India and Pakistan [n PICE]

1072/1698 ADEKNRST DARKNETS- 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]

1073/1701 AEEFMNOR FOREMEAN/ST to intend beforehand [v FOREMEANT, FOREMEANING, FOREMEANS]
FORENAME/DS a first name [n -S]

1074/1707 CESS -CESS/E to tax or assess [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
SECS- SEC, a trigonometric function of an angle, also SECANT [n]

1075/1709 AAIKT AKITA/S (Japanese) a large powerfully built breed of Japanese dog [n -S]
KIAAT/S (Afrikaans) a tropical African leguminous tree [n -S]

1076/1717 BIMN NIMB-/IS an East Indian tree [n -S]

1077/1732 EHLO HELO/ST a helicopter [n -S]
DTW/-HOLE/DSY to make a cavity in [v HOLED, HOLING, HOLES]

1078/1739 ACEEGNT CENTAGE/S rate by the hundred [n -S]

1079/1742 AFL CH/ALF-/AS an Australian yobbo [n -S]

1080/1745 DEHS EDHS- EDH, an Old English letter, also ETH [n]
A/SHED-/S to cast off [v SHEDDED, SHEDDING, SHEDS]

1081/1748 KLPSU PULKS- PULK, a Laplander's sledge, also PULKA, PULKHA [n]

1082/1749 CDEINOS CODEINS- CODEIN, a narcotic alkaloid, also CODEIA, CODEINA, CODEINE [n]
CONDIES- CONDIE, a tunnel, also CUNDY [n]
SECONDI- SECONDO, the lower part in a piano duet [n]

1083/1753 ACEINTUV UNACTIVE/DS to make (a person) inactive [v UNACTIVED, UNACTIVING, UNACTIVES]

1084/1755 AEEGINSS -AGENESIS absence or imperfection of a bodily part, also AGENESIA [n AGENESES]
AGENISES- AGENISE, to treat with agene, also AGENIZE [v]
ASSIGNEE/S one to whom property is allotted [n -S]

1085/1760 GSUY GUYS-/E GUY, to ridicule (to make fun of) [v]
-YUGS- YUG, an age of time in Hinduism, also YUGA [n]

1086/1763 EIILNOTT TOILINET/S cloth used for waistcoats [n -S]

1087/1765 BLLO BOLL/S to swell (to increase in size or volume) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

1088/1768 HINT A/HINT-/S to suggest indirectly [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-THIN/EGKS to water down [v THINNED, THINNING, THINS] / lean or narrow [adj THINNER, THINNEST]

1089/1769 AFTU FAUT/S to fault (Scots) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TUFA/S a porous limestone, also TOPH, TOPHE [n -S]

1090/1773 EIKPY S/PIKEY-/S derogatory word for a gypsy or vagrant [n -S]

1091/1779 ADEERRTT RETRATED- RETRATE, to draw back [v]

1092/1782 DIMS DIMS- DIM, to reduce the light of [v]
AI/-MIDS-/T MID, the middle [n]

1093/1785 ADEV DEVA-/S a Hindu god, also DEV [n -S]
E/VADE/DS to pass away [v VADED, VADING, VADES]

1094/1792 IKNS BDFGJKLMOPRSTW/INKS- INK, to mark with a coloured fluid [v]
S/-KINS- KIN, a group of persons of common ancestry [n]
-SINK-/SY to subside to a lower level [v SANK, SUNK or SUNKEN, SINKING, SINKS]
-SKIN-/KST to remove the natural outer covering of tissue or hide [v SKINNED, SKINNING, SKINS]

1095/1797 EEILOSST ESTOILES- ESTOILE, in heraldry, a star with wavy points [n]

1096/1801 EGGS TY/EGGS- EGG, to incite (to arouse to action) [v]

1097/1802 AEIJNRS INJERAS- INJERA, a type of Ethiopian bread [n]

1098/1803 ELTW DS/-WELT/S to mark with ridges [v -ED, -ING, -S]

1099/1808 ABEGINST -BEASTING/S BEAST, to punish or torture (someone) in a manner that involves excessive physical exercise [v]
-BEATINGS- BEATING, a defeat [n]

1100/1813 EEINRSTT INERTEST INERT, passive [adj]
P/INSETTER/S one that insets (to insert (to put in)) [n -S]
INTEREST/S to engage the attention of [v -ED, -ING, -S]
STERNITE/S the ventral plate of a segment in arthropods [n -S]
TRIENTES TRIENS, a coin of ancient Rome [n]

1101/1814 KORU KORU-/NS an unopened fern frond used as a logo (eg Air New Zealand) [n -S]

1102/1824 HHSU S/HUSH/Y to quiet (to silence (to make quiet)) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

1103/1828 EGIOPRTU PORTIGUE/S an old Portuguese coin [n -S]

1104/1830 ACEEINR CINEREA/LS the grey matter of the brain [n -S]

1105/1834 ACEILMST CALMIEST CALMY, clayey (resembling clay) [adj]
CLEMATIS a flowering vine [n -ES]
CLIMATES- CLIMATE, to remain in a certain place [v]
METICALS- METICAL, a monetary unit of Mozambique [n]