1/9 CDEHINOT TECHNOID/S a technician [n -S]

2/21 AAEENSTX ANATEXES ANATEXIS, the partial melting of rocks, esp in the formation of metamorphic rocks [n]

3/24 AISW -WAIS-/T WAI, (Maori) water [n]

4/40 AEGILNST EASTLING-/S easterly, also EASTLIN [adj]
GELATINS- GELATIN, a glutinous substance, also GELATINE [n]
GENITALS- the sexual organs [n]
STEALING/S the act of stealing [n -S]
TAGLINES- TAGLINE, the final line of a play or joke that makes the point [n]

5/41 DIPS DIPS-/O DIP, to immerse briefly in a liquid [v]

6/46 AALNOORS ORONASAL relating to the mouth and nose [adj]

7/58 AGGR RAGG-/ASY a rough hard stone [n -S]

8/59 AELMNTU NUTMEAL/S meal made from nuts [n -S]

9/71 BEIORST ORBIEST ORBY, resembling a sphere [adj]
SORBITE/S a fine-grained constituent of steel [n -S]

10/72 INRU B/RUIN/GS to destroy (to demolish, also DESTRUCT) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

11/73 AEILSTW S/WALIEST- WALY, excellent [adj]

12/77 AFLX FALX a sickle-shaped structure [n FALCES]
-FLAX/Y the fibres of the plant linum [n -ES]

13/83 EISV I/VIES- VIE, to contend in rivalry [v]
A/VISE-/DS to hold in a clamping device [v VISED, VISING, VISES] / to visa (to stamp with an official endorsement, also VISE) [v VISEED, VISEING, VISES]

14/90 ADEIRSST ASTERIDS- ASTERID, a starfish (a star-shaped marine animal) [n]
DIASTERS- DIASTER, a stage in mitosis [n]
DISASTER/S a calamity (a disaster) [n -S]
DISRATES- DISRATE, to lower in rank [v]

15/95 AEMN RSY/-AMEN-/DEST to conclude prayerfully [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-MANE-/BDHST the long hair that grows on the neck of some animals [n -S]
-MEAN/ESTY to intend (to have as one's aim or purpose) [v MEANED, MEANT, MEANING, MEANS] / stingy, MEANER, MEANEST (pa p MEANT) [adj MEANEST, MEANER]
-NAME-/DRS to give a title to [v NAMED, NAMING, NAMES]
E/NEMA/S a kind of worm, also NEMATODE [n -S]

16/97 EKNU KUNE KUNA, croatian monetary unit, = 100 lipa [n]
-NEUK/S a corner [n -S]
-NUKE/DS to attack with nuclear weapons [v NUKED, NUKING, NUKES]

17/101 HMOR MOHR/S a West African gazelle [n -S]

18/102 JSTU JUST-/S to joust (to engage in personal combat, also JUST) [v -ED, -ING, -S] / fair, impartial [adj JUSTER, JUSTEST]
-JUTS- JUT, to protrude (to stick out) [v]

19/105 AADNORT ONDATRA/S a large American vole [n -S]

20/107 DEGO DOGE-/SY a Venetian magistrate [n -S]

21/113 CDEEINR CEDRINE belonging to the cedar-tree [adj]

22/116 GHIKT KIGHT/S a bird of prey (kite) [n -S]

23/121 LOWY DJL/OWLY- owlish (like an owl) [adj OWLIER, OWLIEST]
-YOWL-/S to cry mournfully [v -ED, -ING, -S]

24/122 FLLU FULL/SY to shrink and thicken, as cloth [v -ED, -ING, -S] / filled completely [adj FULLER, FULLEST]

25/127 DHOW -DHOW/S an Arabian sailing vessel [n -S]

26/130 CINOOZ OZONIC pertaining to ozone (a form of oxygen) [adj]
ZOONIC relating to animals [adj]

27/134 ABEIORST SABOTIER/S a wearer of wooden shoes [n -S]

28/135 LNRU K/NURL-/S to make grooves in [v -ED, -ING, -S]

29/141 AEIILNRS H/AIRLINES- AIRLINE, an air transportation system [n]
SNAILIER SNAILY, like a snail [adj]

30/142 ACEGIRU GAUCIER- GAUCY, portly, also GAUCIE, GAWCY [adj]

31/148 EGILNST -GLISTEN/S to shine by reflection [v -ED, -ING, -S]
LESTING LEST, to listen (to try to hear) [v]
SINGLET-/S a man's undershirt [n -S]
SNIGLET/S a word coined for something not having a name [n -S]
-TINGLES- TINGLE, to cause a prickly, stinging sensation [v]

32/152 EEIILNRW WIRELINE/S a telegraph or telephone line [n -S]

33/154 ABSU T/SUBA-/HS a province of India, also SUBAH [n -S]

34/161 ILOS BCFMNRST/OILS- OIL, to lubricate with a greasy substance [v]
SILO/S to store in a large cylindrical structure [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-SOIL/SY to make dirty (soiled) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
SOLI-/D SOLO, a performance by one person [n]

35/164 AAFH HAAF/S a deep sea fishing region [n -S]

36/166 AKSU BCJW/AUKS- AUK, a seabird (any marine bird) [n]
SKUA/S a predatory seabird, also SEAHAWK [n -S]

37/174 AEGIKNR BCFW/REAKING REAK, to care (to be concerned) [v]

38/176 AGNN NANG- (slang) excellent, cool [adj]

39/178 AACDELNR CALENDAR/S to schedule, also KALENDAR [v -ED, -ING, -S]
LANDRACE/S a large white pig [n -S]

40/179 AAIORSSU SAOUARIS- SAOUARI, an American tree [n]

41/181 ANWY FLTY/AWNY- bristly like an awn [adj AWNIER, AWNIEST]
-WANY- waning in some parts, also WANEY [adj WANIER, WANIEST]
-YAWN-/SY to open the mouth in a large gape [v -ED, -ING, -S]

42/186 AALQT TALAQ-/S a form of divorce [n -S]

43/187 DEET DEET-/S an insect repellent [n -S]
S/TEED- TEE, to place a golf ball on a small peg [v]

44/190 GKMOOU GOMOKU/S a Japanese board game, also GOBANG, GOBAN [n -S]

45/193 HHOP -PHOH- an expression of disgust, also FOH [interj]

46/194 ABEINSST BASINETS- BASINET, a light helmet, also BASCINET, BASNET [n]
BASSINET/S a basket used as a bed for a baby [n -S]
BESAINTS- BESAINT, to make a saint of [v]
BESTAINS- BESTAIN, to stain all over [v]

47/196 NRSU K/NURS-/E NUR, a knot of wood, also KNUR, KNURR, NURR [n]
-RUNS- RUN, to move by rapid steps [v]
BCDGT/URNS- URN, to enclose in a type of vase [v]

48/201 AELNOOS ALSOONE- as soon [adv]

49/222 CEKO -COKE/DS to change into a carbon fuel [v COKED, COKING, COKES]

50/232 COOP S/-COOP-/ST to confine (to shut within an enclosure) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
POCO a little (music) [adv]

51/233 ADEGINPU ANGUIPED/ES (Latin) a mythical giant having feet or legs in the form of snakes also ANGUIPEDE [n -S]

52/239 ISWZ -SWIZ/Z to defraud, also SWIZZ [v SWIZZED, SWIZZING]

53/243 ACHIKS HAICKS- HAICK, an Arab head covering, also HAIK, HAIQUE, HYKE [n]

54/247 AEIORRRS ARRIEROS- ARRIERO, a muleteer (a mule-driver) [n]

55/277 ADEEHIST ATHEISED- ATHEISE, to talk as an atheist, also ATHEIZE [v]
HEADIEST HEADY, intoxicating [adj]

56/279 FIKS FISK/S to frisk (to gambol, or leap playfully) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-KIFS- KIF, hemp smoked to produce euphoria, also KAIF, KEEF, KEF, KIEF [n]

57/287 BKNOSU BUNKOS- BUNKO, to swindle (to take money or property from by fraudulent means) [v]
KONBUS- KONBU, a type of seaweed used to flavour stock, also KOMBU [n]

58/290 FRUZ ZURF/S a Turkish coffee-cup holder, also ZARF [n -S]

59/297 KOW -KOW-/S a branch of twigs [n -S]
WOK-/ES a pan used in Chinese cookery, also WOCK [n -S]

60/305 AAEGILNP PELAGIAN/S an oceanic animal [n -S]

61/311 EEORTUV OUVERTE- open (not shut) [adj]

62/337 INWY T/WINY- having the qualities of wine, also WINISH [adj WINIER, WINIEST]

63/339 IJOS SIJO/S a Korean verse [n -S]

64/360 INV -VIN/AEOSTY wine [n -S]

65/380 CITU CUIT/S the ankle [n -S]

66/383 IKLNOU ULIKON/S the candlefish, also EULACHON, EULACHAN, OOLAKAN, OULACHON, OULAKAN, ULICON [n -S]

67/408 IKLSS FG/LISKS- LISK, the groin [n]
-SILKS- SILK, to cover with a soft lustrous fabric [v]

68/416 EEGORRST OSTREGER/S one who keeps goshawks [n -S]

69/429 ADY -DAY-/S the time between sunrise and sunset [n -S]
D/-YAD-/S a stick with a small pointing hand at the tip, used to follow text in the Torah [n -S]

70/437 ABEILNSU SABULINE sandy (covered with sand) [adj]

71/444 ADEKW -KAWED KAW, to cry like a crow, also CAW [v]
A/-WAKED- WAKE, to rouse from sleep [v]

72/460 AAABRZ BARAZA/S a meeting (an assembly for a common purpose) [n -S]
BAZAAR/S an Eastern market-place, also BAZAR [n -S]

73/479 AENRSTW STRAWEN of straw [adj]
WANTERS- WANTER, one who wants (to have a desire for) [n]

74/490 DENNORT DONNERT stupid, dazed, also DONNARD, DONNART, DONNERD, DONNERED [adj]
TENDRON/S a shoot [n -S]

75/498 FORT -FORT-/EHSY to fortify (to strengthen against attack) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

76/514 BCKO BOCK/S to belch, also BOKE, BOAK [v -ED, -ING, -S]

77/516 EHSW CSTW/HEWS- HEW, to cut with an ax [v]
-SHEW-/NS to show (to display (to put on show)) [v SHEWED, SHEWN, SHEWING, SHEWS]

78/517 ACEILNNR ENCRINAL containing fossils with branching arms, also ENCRINIC [adj]

79/527 EIILNRST NIRLIEST NIRLY, knotty (full of knots) [adj]
NITRILES- NITRILE, a chemical compound, also NITRIL [n]

80/544 CFIO COIF/S to style the hair [v -ED, -ING, -S]
FICO/S a rude gesture, also FIGO [n FICOS or FICOES]
FOCI FOCUS, a point in which rays converge [n]

81/572 BEEJM D/JEMBE/S (Swahili) a hoe [n -S]

82/582 AAFINSTU FAUSTIAN in the manner of Faust [adj]

83/583 AHJKO KHOJA/S a Middle Eastern title of respect, also KHODJA [n -S]

84/589 HKLO HOLK/S to dig (to excavate (to dig out)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
KOHL/S a type of eye makeup [n -S]

85/590 IJMNOS JIMSON/S a type of poisonous plant with white flowers and shiny fruits also JIMPSON [n -S]

86/617 CKOT S/TOCK-/SY to make the sound of a clock [v -ED, -ING, -S]

87/618 IOPT TOPI-/CS a sun-helmet, also TOPEE [n -S]

88/621 BEKLOY BLOKEY- like one of the blokes, also BLOKISH, BLOKEISH [adj BLOKIER, BLOKIEST]

89/661 ADEINOSS ADENOSIS abnormal growth of glandular tissue [n ADENOSES]
ADONISES- ADONIS [v]
ANODISES- ANODISE, to give a protective coat, also ANODIZE [v]

90/681 AEEIISST G/-ASEITIES ASEITY, self-origination [n]

91/687 DSU SUD/DS froth of soapy water [n -S]
BCDFJLMOPRSW/UDS an oath (a solemn appeal to god as witness) [interj]

92/714 EERSTZ -TREZES TREZ, threepence, also TREYBIT [n]
-ZESTER/S a utensil for peeling citrus rind [n -S]

93/724 EIRSVZ VEZIRS- VEZIR, a minister [n]

94/738 ACEEILMT -EMETICAL pertaining to emetics (a substance which induces vomiting) [adj]

95/761 AMSS A/-MASS-/AEY to assemble as a body [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
SAMS- SAM, to gather (to bring together in one place or group) [v]

96/762 DDEIKN -DINKED DINK, to adorn (to embellish) [v]
KINDED KIND, to beget (to produce (to bring into existence)) [v]

97/769 ADEEPRRT DEPARTER/S one who departs (to leave (to depart)) [n -S]

98/770 AEEIRRSS REARISES- REARISE, to arise again [v]
RERAISES- RERAISE, to raise again [v]

99/784 AHLO HALO/NS to form a ring of light [v HALOED, HALOING, HALOES or HALOS]

100/788 AEILMRT LAMITER/S a cripple, also LAMETER, LAMIGER, LAMMIGER [n -S]
MALTIER MALTY, resembling malt [adj]
MARLITE/S a type of marl [n -S]

101/796 ASTT -STAT/ES a statistic [n -S]
ES/-TATS- TAT, to make lace [v]

102/814 AEILRRST RETIRALS- RETIRAL, the giving up of office [n]
P/RETRIALS- RETRIAL, a second trial [n]
-TRAILERS- TRAILER, to transport by a vehicle drawn by another [v]

103/815 CDEIINOS DECISION/S to win a boxing decision [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ICONISED- ICONISE, to venerate, also ICONIZE [v]

104/834 EIINRSTV INVITERS- INVITER, one who invites (to request the presence of) [n]
VINTRIES VINTRY, a wine-shop [n]
VITRINES- VITRINE, a glass showcase for art objects [n]

105/835 EQTUY QUYTE/DS to depart from [v QUYTED, QUYTING, QUYTES]

106/844 AEFGINRY R/AREFYING AREFY, to dry up [v]

107/851 EEENZ S/NEEZE/DS to sneeze, also NEESE [v NEEZED, NEEZING, NEEZES]

108/852 CEILOORS COLORISE/DRS to give color to black and white film, also COLORIZE [v COLORISED, COLORISING, COLORISES]

109/861 AEEHNRS ARSHEEN/S a Russian unit of length, also ARCHINE, ARSHIN, ARSHINE [n -S]

110/863 GOOR -GOOR-/SY sugar, also GUR [n -S]

111/864 AABRSZ BAZARS- BAZAR, an Eastern market-place, also BAZAAR [n]
BRAZAS- BRAZA, a Spanish unit of length [n]
ZABRAS- ZABRA, a small vessel (a craft for travelling on water) [n]

112/870 GLMO GLOM/S to steal (to take by theft) [v GLOMMED, GLOMMING, GLOMS]

113/873 DEKNSU DUSKEN/S to grow dark [v -ED, -ING, -S]

114/877 ADEEGNST ENDGATES- ENDGATE, (US) a tailboard [n]

115/889 ACDILNOS SCALDINO an Italian brazier [n SCALDINI]

116/890 HIKS -KHIS- KHI, a Greek letter, also CHI [n]
-KISH- solid graphite which separates from hot cast-iron [n -ES]

117/892 FGI FIG/OS to dress up [v FIGGED, FIGGING, FIGS]
-GIF-/ST a type of computer image [n -S]

118/936 BBBI BIBB-/S a mast support [n -S]

119/939 AILORST M/ORALIST/S an advocate of oralism (the use of the oral method for teaching the deaf) [n -S]
RIALTOS- RIALTO, a market place [n]
SLIOTAR/S a ball used in the sport of hurling [n -S]
TAILORS- TAILOR, to fit with clothes [v]

120/949 ADHU HAUD/S (Scots) to hold [v HELD or HUDDEN, HAUDING, HAUDS]

121/963 ABDEEZ BEDAZE/DS to dazzle (to blind with a bright light) [v BEDAZED, BEDAZING, BEDAZES]

122/971 CEINOPST PONCIEST PONCY, effeminate, also PONCEY [adj]

123/995 FOSS FOSS/AE a ditch, also FOSSE [n -ES]

124/1018 AINQSU QUINAS- QUINA, tree bark [n]

125/1032 AEINRRS SIERRAN- pertaining to sierra (a mountain range) [adj]
SNARIER SNARY, in danger of entrapment [adj]

126/1048 EFKLSS SKELFS- SKELF, a splinter of wood [n]

127/1061 AEILMRST LAMISTER/S a fugitive, also LAMSTER [n -S]
LAMITERS- LAMITER, a cripple, also LAMETER, LAMIGER, LAMMIGER [n]
MARLIEST MARLY, abounding with marl [adj]
MARLITES- MARLITE, a type of marl [n]
MISALTER/S to alter wrongly [v -ED, -ING, -S]

128/1069 AEGIRZ -AGRIZE/DS to terrify, also AGRISE, AGRYZE [v AGRIZED, AGRIZING, AGRIZES]
GAZIER GAZY, given to gazing [adj]

129/1101 AADEISTT ASTATIDE/S a compound of astatine [n -S]
SATIATED- SATIATE, to satisfy to capacity, also SATE [v]

130/1108 GINZ -ZING-/SY to move with zest [v -ED, -ING, -S]

131/1134 ADIV P/-AVID keen (enthusiastic) [adj AVIDER, AVIDEST]
DIVA-/NS a distinguished female operatic singer [n -S]

132/1136 ELNORST LENTORS- LENTOR, sluggishness [n]

133/1210 EHISZZ CPW/HIZZES HIZZ, to hiss (to make a sibilant sound) [v]

134/1228 AKNORY KARYON/S the cell nucleus [n -S]
RYOKAN/S a Japanese inn [n -S]

135/1231 EIVW VIEW-/SY to look at [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/WIVE/DRS to marry a woman, also WIFE [v WIVED, WIVING, WIVES]

136/1247 LPSU PLUS-/H to increase (to become larger, also ENCREASE) [v PLUSED or PLUSSED, PLUSSING or PLUSING, PLUSSES or PLUSES]
PULS-/E PUL, a coin of Afghanistan [n]

137/1259 EJST -JEST/S to joke (to say something amusing) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
JETS- JET, to spurt forth in a stream [v]

138/1262 AEGILNRT ALERTING ALERT, to warn (to notify in advance) [v]
FHP/ALTERING ALTER, to make different [v]
INTEGRAL/S a total unit [n -S]
-RELATING RELATE, to give an account of [v]
TANGLIER TANGLY, tangled [adj]
TERAGLIN/S an edible marine fish of Australia [n -S]
TRIANGLE/DS a polygon having three sides [n -S]

139/1263 AFPR -FRAP-/ES in sailing, to bind well [v FRAPPED, FRAPPING, FRAPS]

140/1264 INRS BGT/-RINS-/E RIN, to run or melt [v]

141/1266 AELP LEAP-/ST to spring off the ground [v LEPT or LEAPED or LEAPT, LEAPT or LUPPEN, LEAPING, LEAPS]
S/-PALE-/ADRST to lose colour [v PALED, PALING, PALES] / lacking colour [adj PALER, PALEST]
S/PEAL-/S to ring out [v -ED, -ING, -S]
PELA-/SU a type of white wax [n -S]
-PLEA/DST to dispute in a court [v -ED, -ING, -S]

142/1267 AADEIMS AMIDASE/S an enzyme (a complex protein, also ENZYM) [n -S]
SEAMAID/S a mermaid (a fabulous creature with a woman,s body and a fish's tail) [n -S]

143/1268 AHIMNOST HOISTMAN a person who works a hoist [n HOISTMEN]
MANIHOTS- MANIHOT, a tropical plant [n]

144/1269 CEILORST CLOISTER/S to seclude (to remove or set apart from others) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
COISTREL/S a knave, also COISTRIL, COYSTREL, COYSTRIL [n -S]
COSTLIER COSTLY, expensive [adj]
CREOLIST/S a person who studies creole languages [n -S]

145/1270 ALOV OVAL-/S an egg-shaped object [n -S]
VOLA-/ER the hollow of a hand or foot [n VOLAE]

146/1272 AEGINRRS EARRINGS- EARRING, an ornament for the ear [n]
GRAINERS- GRAINER, one that grains (to form into small particles) [n]
D/-REARINGS- REARING, the act of bringing up [n]

147/1273 FGNU FUNG-/IOS the fabled Chinese phoenix, also FUM [n -S]

148/1275 AILRU O/URALI/S a plant which yields curare, also OURALI, WOURALI [n -S]
BC/-URIAL/S a Himalayan sheep, also OORIAL [n -S]

149/1276 ADEGINNR -DEARNING DEARN, to darn [v]
GRANNIED- GRANNIE, to defeat totally [v]

150/1278 AIKRST -KRAITS- KRAIT, a deadly Asian snake, also KARAIT [n]
-STRAIK/S to stroke (to rub gently) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/-TRAIKS- TRAIK, to trudge (to walk tiredly) [v]

151/1279 GHOS GOSH-/T used as an exclamation of surprise [interj]
CS/HOGS- HOG, to eat hoggishly [v]
-SHOG-/IS to move along [v SHOGGED, SHOGGING, SHOGS]

152/1280 EIRSTTU TERTIUS the third person [n -ES]

153/1281 FOOS -FOOS- FOO, a name for a temporary computer variable or file [n]
CGHLPRWY/OOFS- OOF, money (a medium of exchange) [n]

154/1282 AELORSS LASSOER/S one who lassoes (to catch with a long rope with a running noose, also LARIAT, LAZO) [n -S]
OARLESS without oars [adj]
SEROSAL- pertaining to serosa (a thin membrane lining some bodily cavities) [adj]
SOLERAS- SOLERA, a system of sherry production [n]

155/1283 ACDI -ACID/SY a type of chemical compound [n -S] / sour (sharp or biting to the taste) [adj ACIDER, ACIDEST]
CADI-/ES a Muslim judge, also QADI [n -S]
-CAID/S a Muslim leader, also QAID [n -S]

156/1286 ADINORS DONAIRS- DONAIR, sliced lamb rolled in pita bread [n]
INROADS- INROAD, a hostile raid [n]
ORDAINS- ORDAIN, to decree (to issue an edict) [v]
SADIRON/S a heavy flatiron [n -S]

157/1287 EIOPRSST PERIOSTS- PERIOST, a type of tough membrane [n]
-PROSIEST PROSY, pertaining to prose, also PROSAIC [adj]
PROSTIES- PROSTIE, a prostitute [n]
REPOSITS- REPOSIT, to put away [v]
RIPOSTES- RIPOSTE, to make a return thrust in fencing, also RIPOST [v]
SPORTIES/T SPORTY, a sporty person [n]
TRIPOSES TRIPOS, a stand with three legs, also TRIPOD [n]

158/1288 AAIKRT KARAIT/S a deadly Asian snake, also KRAIT [n -S]

159/1289 AHSY DHMW/-ASHY- covered with ashes [adj ASHIER, ASHIEST]
CS/-HAYS- HAY, to convert cut dried grass into fodder [v]
-SHAY-/AS a light carriage, also CHAISE [n -S]
A/-YAHS- YAH, an affirmative vote [n]

160/1294 ADGILORY GOLIARDY- boisterous, irreverent behaviour [n GOLIARDIES]
GYROIDAL spiral in arrangement [adj]

161/1296 AWZ WAZ/Z (dialect) to urinate also WAZZ [v WAZZED, WAZZING, WAZZES]

162/1297 ANSY -NAYS- NAY, a negative vote [n]
-NYAS an untrained young hawk, also EYAS, EYASS [n -ES]

163/1298 ARSS KT/-SARS- SAR, to savour (to taste or smell with pleasure) [v]

164/1299 EELMR MEREL-/LSY a counter used in a game of merils, also MERELL, MERIL [n -S]
MERLE-/S a blackbird, also MERL [n -S]

165/1300 EHIIRST HIRSTIE dry (having no moisture) [adj]

166/1302 CINO S/-CION/S a cutting from a plant or tree [n -S]
COIN/S to make metal currency [v -ED, -ING, -S]
CONI-/ACN CONUS, an anatomical part in mammals [n]
-ICON/S a symbol or image, also IKON [n ICONS or ICONES]

167/1304 AELRSTY RAYLETS- RAYLET, a small ray [n]
P/SALTERY- a factory where fish is salted for storage [n SALTERIES]

168/1305 AACERST -ACATERS- ACATER, a caterer (one who caters (to provide food and service)) [n]
CARATES- CARATE, a tropical skin disease [n]

169/1306 CEENSSTU A/CUTENESS the quality of being cute [n -ES]

170/1307 AHILNOS SHINOLA/S (trade) a kind of boot polish [n -S]

171/1309 AIPS -PAIS/AE the people from whom a jury is formed [n PAIS]
PIAS- PIA, a membrane of the brain [n]

172/1310 EIOPRST PERIOST/S a type of tough membrane [n -S]
PORIEST PORY, having pores [adj]
PROSTIE/S a prostitute [n -S]
REPOSIT/S to put away [v -ED, -ING, -S]
RIPOSTE-/DS to make a return thrust in fencing, also RIPOST [v RIPOSTED, RIPOSTING, RIPOSTES]
ROPIEST ROPY, resembling rope, also ROPEY [adj]

173/1312 APY AS/-PAY-/S to give money in exchanges for goods or service [v PAID or PAYED, PAYING, PAYS]
-PYA/ST a copper coin of Burma [n -S]
YAP-/PS to bark shrilly [v YAPPED, YAPPING, YAPS]

174/1313 AAIJKR RAKIJA/S a kind of fruit brandy produced by distillation of fermented fruit, popular throughout the Balkans, also RAKIA [n -S]

175/1314 KKMOOU S/KOOKUM/S (Marathi) an East Indian tree also KOKAM, KOKUM [n -S]

176/1315 AEEFGNR FREEGAN/S an opponent of consumerism who uses survives using recycled goods [n -S]

177/1318 AAEELMNS MELAENAS- MELAENA, a condition marked by black tarry stool also MELENA [n]

178/1319 EGILLNOS LOGLINES- LOGLINE, a line for finding the speed of a vessel [n]

179/1321 ADR BCEFHLMNPSWY/ARD-/S a primitive plough [n -S]
BDGOPT/-RAD/ES to fear (to be afraid of) [v RADDED, RADDING, RADS] / radically trendy [adj RADDER, RADDEST]

180/1322 EORRSTU RETOURS- RETOUR, to return as heir [v]
-ROUSTER/S a wharf labourer and deckhand [n -S]
GT/-ROUTERS- ROUTER, a scooping tool [n]
TOURERS- TOURER, a large, open automobile [n]
-TROUSER-/S to appropriate or pocket money [v -ED, -ING, -S]

181/1324 CEIM DH/-EMIC/S a type of linguistic analysis [n -S]
A/-MICE- MOUSE, a small rodent (a gnawing mammal) [n]

182/1325 EINOSTTW NOWTIEST NOWTY, bad-tempered [adj]
TOWNIEST- TOWNY, townish (characteristic of a town) [adj]
TOWNSITE/S the site of a town [n -S]

183/1326 ACILORS LORICAS- LORICA, (Latin) a leather corslet also LORIC [n]

184/1327 AKMS MAKS- MAK, to make (to create (to bring into being)) [v]
-MASK-/S to cover, cloak or disguise [v -ED, -ING, -S]

185/1328 ADGI GADI-/DS a hassock, also GADDI [n -S]
-GAID/S a spear [n -S]
-IGAD a mild oath, also EGAD, ECOD, EGADS [interj]

186/1329 ENOR BDGHLMTZ/ONER-/SY something unique [n -S]
RENO-/S (short for) a renovated house [n -S]
CDGIKPT/-RONE/OS (Scots) a drainpipe, also RONEPIPE [n -S]

187/1330 CEGILNRU RECULING RECULE, to force back, also RECUILE [v]
ULCERING ULCER, to affect with a type of lesion, also ULCERATE [v]

188/1331 AINOPRS PARISON/S a lump of pre-moulded glass [n -S]
PORINAS- PORINA, (New Zealand) the larva of a moth that damages grassland [n]
SOPRANI SOPRANO, the highest singing voice [n]

189/1332 AAEGRSTT REGATTAS- REGATTA, a boat race [n]

190/1333 ACEIORST EROTICAS- EROTICA, (Latin) erotic books, art etc [n]

191/1334 EEGIKLOT EKLOGITE/S a crystalline rock, also ECLOGITE [n -S]

192/1335 ENRS DFHKPT/ERNS- ERN [v]
BGW/-RENS- REN, to run (to move by rapid steps) [v]

193/1336 AILMNOS -MALISON/S a curse [n -S]
MONIALS- MONIAL, a mullion, the upright division between the panes of a window [n]
SOMNIAL pertaining to dreams [adj]

194/1338 AHILNOPT OLIPHANT/S an ancient ivory hunting horn [n -S]

195/1339 IMPS DGLNPSTW/IMPS- IMP, to graft feathers onto a birds's wing [v]
MIPS a million instruction per second [n]
-SIMP-/S a foolish person [n -S]
SPIM/S an instant message version of spam (unsolicited messages) [n -S]

196/1340 AINOOPR PRONAOI PRONAOS, a vestibule in front of a temple [n]

197/1341 CHOS COSH- to bludgeon (to hit with a club) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

198/1342 CHIKOR CHIKOR/S a type of partridge [n -S]
CHOKRI/S a girl (a female child (a young person)) [n -S]

199/1343 DEHIMORS HEIRDOMS- HEIRDOM, heirship (the right of inheritance) [n]
MIDSHORE designating a fishery that is between the inshore and offshore fisheries [adj]

200/1344 ACRS MN/ARCS- ARC, to make an electric discharge [v]
S/-CARS-/E CAR, an automobile [n]
EO/-SCAR/EFPSTY to leave a mark of injured tissue [v SCARRED, SCARRING, SCARS]

201/1346 GILNOST -LINGOTS- LINGOT, an ingot [n]
TIGLONS- TIGLON, the offspring of a male tiger and a female lion, also TIGON [n]
TOLINGS- TOLING, the use of toll-bait, also TOLLING [n]

202/1347 ADEHOPST POTASHED POTASH, to treat with an alkali [v]
POTHEADS- POTHEAD, one who smokes marijuana [n]

203/1351 AKRSY -KARSY a lavatory, also KHAZI, KAZI, CARSEY, KARZY, KARSEY [n KARSIES]
-KRAYS- KRAY, (Russian) an administrative district in Russia [n]
KYARS- KYAR, a fibre obtained from coconut husks, also COIR [n]
SARKY- sarcastic [adj SARKIER, SARKIEST, SARKILY]
-YARKS- YARK, to wrench violently [v]

204/1356 AAEINSTT ASTATINE/S a radioactive element [n -S]
SANITATE/DS to clean and sterilize, also SANITISE, SANITIZE [v SANITATED, SANITATING, SANITATES]
TANAISTE/S (Irish) in Irish politics, the vice-Taoiseach or deputy prime minister of the Republic of Ireland [n -S]

205/1358 CEILNRTU LINCTURE/S a medicine, also LINCTUS [n -S]

206/1359 AEHILOST HALIOTES HALIOTIS, (Greek) a genus of molluscs [n]

207/1360 AKPU KAPU/ST (Hawaiian) a Hawaiian set of rules for daily life [n -S]
PUKA/S a large evergreen tree of New Zealand [n -S]

208/1361 BDINO BIDON/S a container for liquids [n -S]

209/1362 ARSU RUSA/S an East Indian deer [n -S]
A/SURA-/HLST a chapter of the Koran [n -S]
B/URSA/E a female bear (a furry animal) [n URSAE]

210/1363 ADLS OU/-DALS- DAL, an Indian dish of lentils and spices, also DAHL [n]
BCG/-LADS- LAD, a boy or youth [n]

211/1367 CDEENORT CENTRODE/S a type of mathematical locus [n -S]

212/1371 BERUX EXURB/S a residential area beyond the suburbs in a city, also EXURBIA [n -S]
URBEX (short for) urban exploration, a recreational activity in which people explore derelict urban structures such as abandoned sewers or underground railways [n -ES]

213/1372 ACIKPZ PACZKI/S (Polish) a round, filled doughnut [n -S]

214/1373 EGSU A/GUES-/ST GUE, an old Shetland viol, also GJU, GU [n]

215/1374 EIRU -IURE by right or by law [adv]

216/1375 AACR RACA worthless [adj]

217/1377 AKNST -KANTS- KANT, to turn on the edge [v]
-STANK/S to dam (to build an embankment to retain water) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/TANKS- TANK, to store in a container for liquids [v]

218/1379 CDOU DOCU-/S (colloq.) a documentary film [n -S]
DOUC/ES an Asian monkey [n -S]

219/1380 EEEILNRT TREELINE/S the line marking the altitude above which trees will not grow [n -S]

220/1381 MOZ MOZ-/EOZ a curse [n -ES]

221/1382 EILNSTW WESTLIN/S western [adj]
WINTLES- WINTLE, to stagger (to walk or stand unsteadily) [v]

222/1383 ADEGLNO DONEGAL/S a type of tweed [n -S]

223/1384 ADEINST DESTAIN/S to rid of stain [v -ED, -ING, -S]
DETAINS- DETAIN, to hold in custody [v]
INSTEAD as a substitute or alternative [adv]
NIDATES- NIDATE, to become implanted in the uterus [v]
SAINTED SAINT, to hail as a person of exceptional holiness [v]
SATINED SATIN, to make smooth like satin material [v]
STAINED STAIN, to discolour [v]

224/1386 ADILO DOLIA DOLIUM, a type of Roman jar [n]
E/IDOLA- IDOLON, a mental image, a fallacy, also IDOLUM [n]

225/1387 EILLORS BT/-ROLLIES- ROLLIE, a hand-rolled cigarette [n]

226/1388 GILRU LURGI/S a fictitious disease, also LURGY [n -S]

227/1389 BIOS -BIOS- BIO, short form of biography [n]
-BOIS- BOI, a boyish looking lesbian [n]
G/-OBIS- OBI, to bewitch with obia, also OBEAH [v]

228/1391 ADEMNRS DAMNERS- DAMNER, one that damns (to curse (to invoke evil upon)) [n]
MANREDS- MANRED, homage, also MANRENT [n]
RANDEMS- RANDEM, a tandem with three horses [n]
REMANDS- REMAND, to send back [v]

229/1392 ACEV -CAVE/DLRS to hollow out [v CAVED, CAVING, CAVES]

230/1393 EFILRTU FLUTIER FLUTY, resembling a flute in sound, also FLUTEY [adj]
FUTILER- FUTILE, ineffective [adj]

231/1394 IMORSTTU MISTUTOR/S to instruct badly [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TUTORISM/S the act of tutoring [n -S]

232/1395 ADMW DWAM/S to swoon, also DWALM, DWAUM [v DWAMMED, DWAMMING, DWAMS]

233/1396 AFRU FAUR/D (Scots) far [adj FAURER, FAUREST]
FRAU-/DS a married woman [n -S]

234/1397 AILP LIPA-/S a Croatian monetary unit, 1/100 of a kuna [n LIPAS or LIPE or LIPA]
S/-PAIL/S a watertight cylindrical container [n -S]
PALI-/S (Hawaiian) a cliff in Hawaii [n -S]
S/PIAL- pertaining to a pia (a membrane of the brain) [adj]
PILA/EFORUW an anatomical structure like a pillar in form [n PILAE]

235/1398 ADEFNRS FARDENS- FARDEN, a farthing (a former British coin) [n]
SNARFED SNARF, (colloquial) to eat or drink greedily [v]

236/1400 AAKPS KAPAS- KAPA, a coarse cloth [n]
PASKA/S (Russian) a Russian dessert eaten at Easter also PASHKA, PASKHA [n -S]

237/1402 DEEL DELE-/DS to delete (to remove printed matter) [v DELED, DELEING, DELES]
G/LEDE-/S the introductory section of a news story [n -S]
BG/LEED- LEE, to make a false statement unintentionally [v]

238/1403 EGINORTX OXTERING OXTER, to take under the arm [v]
RETOXING RETOX, to embark on a binge of drink, drugs, or unhealthy food after a period of abstinence [v]

239/1406 ABEORSU AEROBUS a type of monorail that is suspended by an overhead cable [n -ES]

240/1407 EHILNORT HOTLINER-/S someone running a radio call-in show [n -S]

241/1408 EIIRSTV P/REVISIT/S to visit again [v -ED, -ING, -S]
STIVIER STIVY, stuffy (poorly ventilated) [adj]
VISITER-/S someone who calls in to see you, also VISITOR, VISITANT [n -S]

242/1411 LNOW BCF/-LOWN-/DES to calm (to become serene (calm, tranquil)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-NOWL-/S the top of the head, also NOLL, NOLE, NOUL, NOULE [n -S]

243/1412 ADDEILR DIEDRAL/S the angle between two planes, also DIHEDRAL [n -S]
-DRAILED DRAIL, to dirty by dragging [v]
LADDIER- LADDY, laddish in behaviour [adj]

244/1414 HIPS CSW/HIPS- HIP, to build a type of roof [v]
A/-PHIS-/H PHI, a Greek letter [n]
A/-PISH- to express contempt [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
-SHIP/S to transport in a sea-going vessel [v SHIPPED, SHIPPING, SHIPS]

245/1417 ADEEIMST MEDIATES- MEDIATE, to interpose between parties as a friend to each [v]
SIDEMEAT/S meat cut from the side of the pig [n -S]

246/1423 GSU -GUS-/HT GU, an old Shetland viol, also GUE, GJU [n]
-SUG/HOS to attempt to sell a product while purporting to be engaged in market research [v SUGGING, SUGGED, SUGS]
BDFHJLMNPRSTVY/UGS- UG, to arouse loathing in [v]

247/1425 EGHILNRS GHRELINS- GHRELIN, a gastrointestinal hormone produced by epithelial cells lining the fundus of the stomach [n]
HERLINGS- HERLING, a young sea-trout [n]
SHINGLER-/S one who shingles (to cover with thin tiles of wood) [n -S]

248/1426 AHLY P/HYLA/S a tree frog [n -S]

249/1427 KNTU -KNUT/S an energetic youth [n -S]

250/1428 BEGHINOT BEHOTING BEHOTE, to vow (to make a solemn promise) [v]

251/1430 AEIN DFRS/AINE-/E elder (masculine form) [adj]
EINA (South African) ouch [interj]

252/1433 AAELNRTT ALTERANT/S something that alters [n -S]
ALTERNAT/ES a way of determining diplomatic precedence by lot [n -S]
TARLETAN/S a cotton fabric, also TARLATAN [n -S]

253/1435 AEMNRSU MANURES- MANURE, to fertilize [v]
-MURENAS- MURENA, a food fish of the Romans, also MURAENA [n]
SURNAME/DRS to give the family name to [v SURNAMED, SURNAMING, SURNAMES]

254/1436 ACDIORT ARCTOID bearlike (like a bear) [adj]
CAROTID/S an artery in the neck [n -S]

255/1438 ACEILMNS MELANICS- MELANIC, one who is affected with melanism, also MELANIST [n]
MENISCAL in the shape of a meniscus [adj]
MESCALIN/ES a hallucinogen derived from mescal, also MESCALINE, MEZCALINE [n -S]

256/1439 AHINOPRU OPHIURAN-/S a type of starfish, also OPHIURA, OPHIURID [n -S]

257/1440 BLOW A/-BLOW/NSY to propel by a current of air [v BLEW or BLOWED, BLOWN, BLOWING, BLOWS]
-BOWL-/S to make a delivery of a ball [v -ED, -ING, -S]

258/1441 EHIORSST HOISTERS- HOISTER, one that hoists (to raise with tackle) [n]
HORSIEST- HORSEY, resembling a horse [adj]
HOSTRIES HOSTRY, a lodging (a temporary place to live, also LODGMENT) [n]
SHORTIES- SHORTY, one who is not tall, also SHORTIE [n]

259/1442 AMNS -MANS-/E MAN, to provide with workers [v]
-MNAS- MNA, a Greek weight [n]
NAMS- NAM, legal distraint, also NAAM [n]

260/1443 CENNOS CONNES- CONNE, to know (to have a true understanding of) [v]
-NONCES- NONCE, the present occasion [n]

261/1446 OOPT S/-POOT-/S to shoot at young partridges [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TOPO-/IS a diagram showing climbing routes on a mountain [n -S]

262/1447 BENU UNBE/D to cease to have being [v UNBED, UNBEEN, UNBEING]

263/1450 INOT P/INTO to a position within [prep]
JNP/OINT/S to anoint (to consecrate with oil) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

264/1452 CEEGINR CREEING pertaining to a creed (a statement of belief) [adj]
ENERGIC showing energy [adj]
GENERIC/S a type of drug [n -S]

265/1453 AIILMNOS MONILIAS- MONILIA, (Latin) a fungus of the Monilia genus, having conidia in branched chains [n]

266/1454 AEILNQU EQUINAL pertaining to horses [adj]
QUINELA/S a bet, also QUINELLA, QUINIELA [n -S]

267/1455 ALPY PALY- somewhat pale [adj PALIER, PALIEST]
SU/-PLAY/AS to engage in recreation [v -ED, -ING, -S]

268/1457 AENRSST SARSNET/S a fine silk fabric, also SARSENET, SARCENET, SARCONET [n -S]
TRANSES- TRANSE, a passage [n]

269/1458 ESSS -SESS/A a tax, a local rate for the maintenance of soldiers [n -ES] / to assess (how much tax is owed) also CESS [v --ED, -ING, -ES]

270/1460 LORU CF/-LOUR-/ESY to lower (to appear dark and threatening) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
P/ROUL/ES a scroll, also ROULE [n -S]

271/1462 ABEIKRST BARKIEST BARKY, having a tough outer covering [adj]
BRAKIEST BRAKY, abounding in shrubs or ferns [adj]
BREASKIT/S meat from the breast of an animal, also BRISKET [n -S]

272/1464 EEGILNRS F/LEERINGS- LEERING, the act of leering [n]
REELINGS- REELING, the act of reeling [n]

273/1465 EIOPSTU PITEOUS arousing pity, also PITIFUL [adj]
TOUPIES- TOUPIE, a round boneless smoked ham [n]

274/1466 AAEMRST AMEARST AMERCE, to fine or punish [v]
RETAMAS- RETAMA, a name for various desert plants [n]

275/1467 ACIOPRST APRICOTS- APRICOT, an orange fruit, also APRICOCK [n]
PATRICOS- PATRICO, (slang) a hedge-priest also PATERCOVE [n]
PISCATOR/SY a fisherman [n -S]

276/1468 FIRS FIRS-/T FIR, an evergreen tree [n]
FRIS/EKT the fast section of a Hungarian dance, also FRISKA [n -ES]
-RIFS- RIF, to dismiss from employment [v]

277/1471 EELS FHJKPRSTW/-EELS- EEL, a snakelike fish [n]
ELSE- otherwise [adv]
BFG/LEES-/E LEE, to make a false statement unintentionally [v]
-SEEL-/DSY to stitch closed the eyes of, as a falcon [v -ED, -ING, -S]
SELE-/S happiness [n -S]
-SLEE/KPRT sly (crafty (skillful in deceiving)) [adj SLEER, SLEEST]

278/1472 AEEILMNT LINEMATE/S a hockey player on the same line as another [n LINEMATES]
MELANITE/S a black variety of garnet [n -S]

279/1474 GIS E/-GIS-/MT GI, a judo costume [n]
SIG-/HNS a short personalized message at the end of an email, a signature [n -S]

280/1475 AADINST -AIDANTS- AIDANT, (archaic) a helper [n]

281/1479 ACELNRS G/LANCERS- LANCER, a cavalryman armed with a spear [n]
RANCELS- RANCEL, a search for stolen goods, also RANSEL, RANZEL [n]

282/1480 EMNO MENO- less (music) [adv]
G/NOME-/NS a province of modern Greece, also NOMARCHY [n -S]
NW/-OMEN/S to provide with a prophetic sign [v -ED, -ING, -S]

283/1482 DEHINOPS DIPHONES- DIPHONE, a shorthand sign for a diphthong [n]
SIPHONED SIPHON, to draw off through a tube, also SYPHON [v]
SPHENOID/S a bone of the skull [n -S]

284/1483 DEENSTU DETENUS- DETENU, a prisoner (one that is imprisoned) [n]
DETUNES- DETUNE, to reduce the power of a car engine [v]

285/1485 AENS BCFJKLMPSVW/ANES- ANE, one (a number) [n]
BDGJLMPRSWY/-EANS- EAN, to give birth [v]
NAES- NAE, (Scots) no [n]
-SANE-/DRS to make the sign of the cross on [v SANED, SANING, SANES] / mentally sound, also SAIN [adj SANER, SANEST]
-SEAN-/S to catch fish in a net [v -ED, -ING, -S]
SENA-/S an army (a large body of people armed for war) [n -S]

286/1487 EEINSTV TENSIVE causing tensity [adj]
VENITES- VENITE, the ninety fifth Psalm [n]

287/1488 AENPSTU PEANUTS- PEANUT, the monkey-nut or groundnut [n]
PESAUNT/S a peasant, also PESANT, PEZANT [n -S]

288/1489 ELOW A/-LOWE-/DRS to blaze (to burn with a strong flame) [v LOWED, LOWING, LOWES]

289/1490 AADILMNO DOMAINAL of a domain, also DOMANIAL [adj]
DOMANIAL of a domain, also DOMAINAL [adj]

290/1491 CEIIR DR/ICIER ICY, covered with ice [adj]

291/1492 AELORSTU -OESTRUAL pertaining to oestrus, a period of sexual excitement and ovulation in animals also ESTROUS, ESTRUAL [adj]
ROSULATE arranged in the form of a rosette [adj]

292/1494 HLLU A/HULL/OSY to separate the shell from the seed [v -ED, -ING, -S]

293/1496 AILNPSTU NUPTIALS- NUPTIAL, a wedding (a marriage ceremony) [n]
PATULINS- PATULIN, a drug [n]
TAILSPUN TAILSPIN, to perform a kind of spin in an aeroplane [v]
UNPLAITS- UNPLAIT, to undo the plaits of [v]

294/1500 AEKNRST CF/RANKEST- RANK, disagreeable in odour or taste [adj]
STARKEN/S to become stark (harsh in appearance) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-TANKERS- TANKER [n]

295/1501 INOOT NOOIT (South Africa) expressing pleased or shocked surprise [interj]

296/1502 ILPY PILY divided into a number of wedge-shaped heraldic designs [adj]

297/1503 AAEHLNST M/ETHANALS- ETHANAL, another name for acetaldehyde [n]

298/1504 CEHY -YECH/SY an expression of disgust [n -S]

299/1505 HOS MPRZ/-HOS-/EST HO, to stop (to halt or discontinue) [v]
BDHOPS/OHS- OH, to exclaim in surprise [v]
-SHO-/DEGOPTW a nonstandard spelling of sure, representing its pronunciation in the southern US [adj]
-SOH-/OS the fifth note of the scale [n -S]

300/1506 AAEEGLST ETALAGES- ETALAGE, a shop window display [n]
STEALAGE/S theft (the act of stealing) [n -S]

301/1508 AILNNSTU INSULANT/S an insulating material [n -S]
UNINSTAL/LS to reverse a previous installation also UNINSTALL [v UNINSTALLED, UNINSTALLING, UNINSTALS]

302/1509 AEHNOPRT HAPTERON/S a plant's organ of attachment [n -S]

303/1510 AIKR -KRAI/ST (Russian) an administrative district in Russia [n -S]
T/RAIK-/S to go; to range [v -ED, -ING, -S]
RAKI/AS a Turkish liqueur, also RAKEE [n -S]

304/1511 GIOR GIRO/NS a European mechanism for transfer of funds [n -S]
GORI-/S a white female (India/Pakistan) [n -S]

305/1512 OOSW -WOOS-/EH WOO, to count (to number (to count)) [v]

306/1517 DDEIKL KIDDLE/S a stake fence for catching fish, also KIDEL [n -S]

307/1518 ORTU CGT/-ROUT/EHS to defeat utterly [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/-TOUR/S to travel from place to place [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TROU/T (short for) trousers [n]

308/1519 DIKKOP DIKKOP/S the stone-curlew [n -S]

309/1520 AEIMNRRV RIVERMAN a man who works on a river [n RIVERMEN]

310/1521 AABKSU KUBASA/S (Russian) a Ukrainian sausage also KIELBASA, KOLBASI, KOLBASSA, KOLBASSI, KULBASA [n -S]

311/1523 DEGILRS GILDERS- GILDER, one that gilds (to cover with a thin layer of gold) [n]
GIRDLES- GIRDLE, to encircle with a belt [v]
GLIDERS- GLIDER, a type of aircraft (a machine for travelling in the air) [n]
GRISLED grey (between black and white, also GRAY) [adj]
LIDGERS- LIDGER, the financial record book of a company, also LIEGER [n]
REGILDS- REGILD, to gild once more [v]
RIDGELS- RIDGEL, a male animal whose testicles have not descended, also RIDGLING, RIDGIL [n]

312/1525 AKST IS/-KATS- KAT, an evergreen shrub, also KHAT, QAT [n]
-SKAT-/EST a card game [n -S]
TAKS- TAK, to take (to seize possession) [v]
-TASK-/S to assign a mission to [v -ED, -ING, -S]

313/1526 ADEGILS SILAGED- SILAGE, to harvest and store a crop [v]

314/1527 CDEIMOST COMEDIST/S a writer of comedies [n -S]
DEMOTICS- the study of people in society [n]
DOMESTIC/S a household servant [n -S]

315/1528 AEISSZ ASSIZE/DRS to assess (to estimate (to calculate)) [v ASSIZED, ASSIZING, ASSIZES]
SEIZAS- SEIZA, (Japanese) a kneeling position in Japanese martial arts [n]

316/1529 ABEIKNRS BEARSKIN/S the pelt of a bear [n -S]
INBREAKS- INBREAK, a violent rush in [n]

317/1530 AACM -CAMA-/NS a cross between a camel and a llama [n -S]

318/1531 EIKKRS SKRIKE-/DS (English dialect) to shriek [v SKRIKED, SKRIKING, SKRIKES]

319/1532 ADEG CGPRW/-AGED- AGE, to grow old [v]
B/-EGAD/S a mild oath, also ECOD, EGADS, IGAD [interj]
GADE-/S a spear [n -S]
GAED- GAE, to go (to move along) [v]

320/1534 HLOO C/HOLO/NS (short for) hologram [n HOLOS]

321/1535 AHKOPS HOPAKS- HOPAK, (Russian) a Ukrainian dance also GOPAK [n]

322/1537 AESVY SAVEY-/S to understand, also SAVVEY [v -ED, -ING, -S]

323/1538 DEINOST DITONES- DITONE, an old musical scale interval [n]
A/STONIED STONY, to astonish (to amaze or shock, also ASTONE, ASTONY) [v]

324/1539 AELRSTT BCFPS/LATTERS- LATTER, the second mentioned of two [n]
BP/RATTLES- RATTLE, to make a quick succession of short, sharp sounds [v]
-SLATTER/NSY to be untidy [v -ED, -ING, -S]
STARLET/S a small star [n -S]
STARTLE/DRS to frighten or surprise [v STARTLED, STARTLING, STARTLES]
TATLERS- TATLER, a gossip [n]

325/1540 EGILNOS ELOIGNS- ELOIGN, to remove to a distant place, also ELOIN, ESLOIN, ESLOYNE [v]
LEGIONS- LEGION, a large military force [n]
LIGNOSE/S a constituent of lignin [n -S]
-LINGOES LINGO, (colloq.) language [n]
LONGIES long underwear [n]

326/1541 EGOR ERGO-/NST a logical conclusion [n -S]
GOER-/S one that goes (to move along) [n -S]
-GORE-/DS to pierce with a horn or tusk [v GORED, GORING, GORES]
OGRE/S a monster (an extraordinary grotesque or gigantic animal) [n -S]
G/-REGO-/S motor registration, also REGGO [n -S]

327/1543 AADIKS KADAIS- KADAI, (Hindi) a wok-like copper utensil used in Asian cookery; a dish prepared in this also KARAHI [n]

328/1545 DESU DEUS god [n DEI or DI]
DUES- DUE, to provide with [v]
SUED-/E SUE, to institute legal proceedings against [v]
BFMS/-USED- USE, to put into service [v]

329/1546 AABGKT BAKGAT (South Africa) fine, excellent [adj]

330/1549 GOPY GYPO-/S a small-time logging operator [n -S]
POGY a marine fish [n POGIES]

331/1550 DEILORW -DOWLIER DOWLY, (English dialect) dull, low-spirited [adj]
WORLDIE/S something of world-class quality [n WORLDIES]

332/1551 ACHL CHAL-/KS a male person (a human being) [n -S]

333/1552 ABINU BUNIA/S a Hindu merchant [n -S]
NUBIA/S a woman's scarf [n -S]

334/1553 IILR LIRI LIRA, (Italian) an Italian unit of currency [n]

335/1556 ADENOOPS EPANODOS a recapitulation of the chief points [n -ES]

336/1557 ACDEIINT ACTINIDE/S any of a series of radioactive elements, also ACTINOID [n -S]
CTENIDIA CTENIDIUM, a comblike anatomical structure [n]
DIACTINE/S a sponge spicule having two rays that develop in different directions from a single point of origin also DIACT [n -S]
V/INDICATE/DS to point out [v INDICATED, INDICATING, INDICATES]

337/1559 EEEINRTT REINETTE/S an apple (an edible fruit) [n -S]
TEENTIER TEENTY, tiny (very small) [adj]

338/1560 ACEILST -ASTELIC lacking a stele [adj]
G/ELASTIC/S a stretchable material [n -S]
LACIEST LACEY, resembling lacework, also LACY [adj]
LATICES LATEX, the milky juice of rubber trees [n]
SALICET/AS organ stops [n -S]

339/1561 ABY BG/-ABY-/ES to pay the penalty [v ABOUGHT, ABYING, ABYS or ABIES]
-BAY-/EST to howl (to cry like a dog) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

340/1563 EGOUV VOGUE/DRSY to imitate poses of fashion models [v VOGUED, VOGUEING, VOGUES]
VOUGE/S a foot-soldier's weapon, also VOULGE [n -S]

341/1564 AAGJNR GARJAN/S an East Indian tree, also GURJUN [n -S]

342/1565 ACEH CMNRT/-ACHE-/DS to endure a dull lasting pain, also AKE [v ACHED, ACHING, ACHES]
BLPRT/-EACH every one taken separately [adj]

343/1566 ACILORTV VICTROLA/S (trade) a type of gramophone [n -S]
VORTICAL pertaining to a vortex (a whirling mass of fluid) [adj]

344/1567 ABDEOST BOASTED BOAST, to brag (to boast) [v]
SABOTED wearing sabots [adj]

345/1568 AIKNS -IKANS- IKAN, fish as an ingredient of Malaysian cooking [n]
-KAINS- KAIN, a tax paid in produce or livestock, also KANE [n]
KINAS-/E KINA, cinchona bark from which quinine is derived, also KINAKINA [n]
KISAN/S a peasant of India [n -S]
NAIKS- NAIK, an Indian corporal [n]

346/1571 DHLO DHOL/ELS an large cylindrical drum, used in Indian music [n -S]
A/-HOLD/S to keep possession of [v HELD or HILD, HOLDEN, HOLDING, HOLDS]

347/1573 BGOOY BOOGY to dance to rock music, also BOOGIE, BOOGEY [v BOOGIED, BOOGYING, BOOGIES]
GOOBY (New Zealand) spittle [n GOOBIES]

348/1576 DIOR AD/ROID as in roid rage, angry and aggressive behaviour caused by the use of anabolic steroids [adj]

349/1579 ACEILPRS CALIPERS- CALIPER, to use a type of measuring device [v]
CARSPIEL/S a curling match in which curlers compete for a car [n -S]
REPLICAS-/E REPLICA, a copy or reproduction [n]
SPIRACLE/S an orifice through which breathing occurs [n -S]

350/1580 AEMNRSTW TRANSMEW/S to change to another form or substance [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TREWSMAN a wearer of trousers [n TREWSMEN]

351/1581 ADIKST DIKAST-/S in ancient Athens, a broadly chosen judge, also DICAST [n -S]
TSADIK-/S (Hebrew) in Judaism, a Hasidic leader, or person of extraordinary piety also TSADDIK, TSADDIQ, TZADDIK, TZADDIQ, TZADIK, ZADDICK, ZADDIK [n -S]

352/1582 ACDINOOS ASCONOID like an ascon, a type of sponge [adj]

353/1585 ACIP S/CAPI-/Z CAPO, a pitch-raising device for fretted instruments [n]
S/PICA-/LS a craving for unnatural food [n -S]

354/1587 AAEMNST NAMASTE/S an Indian form of greeting, also NAMASKAR [n -S]

355/1588 EELV C/-LEVE-/ELRS a beloved (a person who is much loved) [n -S]
VELE/S a veil [n -S]

356/1589 DEELRSTU DELUSTER/S to lessen the sheen of [v -ED, -ING, -S]
DELUSTRE/DS to remove the lustre from [v DELUSTRED, DELUSTRING, DELUSTRES]
BCF/LUSTERED LUSTER, to make lustrous, also LUSTRE [v]
RESULTED RESULT, to follow as a consequence [v]
ULSTERED wearing an ulster [adj]

357/1590 BEEIJORT BOERTJIE/S (South Africa) friend, as a form of greeting [n -S]

358/1591 AKRSST KARSTS- KARST, a limestone region [n]
-SKARTS- SKART, a cormorant, also SCARTH, SKARTH [n]
STARKS- STARK, to stiffen (to make stiff (not easily bent)) [v]

359/1592 AHHKSY SHAYKH/S (Arabic) an Arab chief also SHAIKH, SHEIK, SHEIKH [n -S]

360/1594 ACIKK KIACK/S a fish of the herring family [n -S]

361/1595 EEEILNS A/LIENEES- LIENEE, in law, a party against whom a lien has been placed [n]

362/1596 AEINSTTV TASTEVIN/S a shallow wine cup [n -S]

363/1597 AIKST -IKATS- IKAT, indonesian weaving using tie-dyed yarns [n]
KATIS- KATI, an Asian unit of weight, also CATTY, KATTI [n]
SAKTI/S (Hindu) the wife of a god in Hinduism [n -S]
SITKA as in sitka spruce, a tall North American spruce tree [adj]
TAKIS- TAKI, a wild horse, also TAKHI [n]
TIKAS- TIKA, a red forehead mark on a Hindu woman, also TILAK, TIKKA [n]

364/1598 AAKSV -KAVAS-/S KAVA, a tropical shrub, also AVA, KAVAKAVA [n]
-VAKAS/S (Armenian) a kind of mantle worn by priests in the Armenian church also VAKASS [n -ES]

365/1600 ASV SAV/ES short for saveloy, as in 'battered sav' [n -S]
AKU/-VAS/AET an anatomical duct [n VASES or VASA]

366/1601 ADUY YAUD/S an old horse [n -S]

367/1602 BNTU BUNT-/SY to butt (to hit with the head) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

368/1603 ADELOTT TOADLET/S a small toad [n -S]
TOTALED TOTAL, to amount to [v]

369/1604 EFST HLW/EFTS- EFT, a newt, also EVET [n]
-FEST-/ASY a gathering of people for an activity [n -S]
FETS- FET, to fetch (to go after and bring back) [v]
-TEFS- TEF, a cereal grass, also TEFF [n]

370/1605 CEELNOT TELECON/S (short for) teleconference [n -S]

371/1607 AGILNOOS ISOGONAL/S a line indicating the earth's magnetic field, also ISOGONE, ISOGONIC [n -S]

372/1609 AABELORS BRESAOLA/S salt-cured, air-dried beef, served thinly sliced with oil, lemon juice and black pepper [n -S]

373/1611 AEFIIMNS INFAMIES INFAMY, the state of being infamous (having a vile reputation) [n]
INFAMISE/DS to proclaim as infamous, also INFAMIZE [v INFAMISED, INFAMISING, INFAMISES]

374/1612 AGRU GAUR-/S a wild ox [n -S]
GUAR/DS a drought-tolerant legume [n -S]
RAGU-/S in Italian cookery, a meat and tomato sauce [n -S]
RUGA-/EL an anatomical fold or wrinkle [n RUGAE]

375/1613 CRTU CURT- abrupt (short and rude in manner) [adj CURTER, CURTEST]

376/1614 ACOR M/ACRO/S a skiing event in which a skier performs acrobatic moves to music [n -S]
NY/ARCO-/S (Italian) the bow of a stringed instrument [n ARCOS or ARCHI]
ORCA-/S a marine mammal, also ORC [n -S]

377/1616 AILNU INULA/S a type of plant [n -S]

378/1617 ABPR BARP-/S a cairn (a mound of stones set up as a memorial, also CARN) [n -S]
-BRAP- an exclamation used to imitate the sound of a burst of gunfire from an automatic weapon [interj]

379/1619 ACINORTU CURATION/S the work of a curator [n -S]
NOCTURIA/S excessive urination at night time, a problem of old men [n -S]

380/1620 INOORST ISOTRON/S a device for separating isotopes [n -S]
NITROSO- containing nitrosyl [adj]
TORSION/S the act of twisting [n -S]

381/1621 AGILNRST B/RATLINGS- RATLING, one of the ropes forming the steps of a ladder on a ship, also RATLINE, RATLIN, RATTLIN, RATTLINE [n]
SLARTING SLART, (Northern English dialect) to spill , SLARTING, SLARTED [v]
STARLING/S a European bird [n -S]

382/1622 ABEGILR BERGALI/S a fish of the wrasse family found in British coastal areas, aka cunner [n -S]

383/1624 AIRV RIVA/LS a cleft in rock [n -S]
-VAIR/ESY a fur used for lining and trimming of medieval garments [n -S]

384/1628 DDEIORS O/DORISED- DORISE, to become like the Dorians, also DORIZE [v]
SODDIER- SODDY, consisting of sod; covered with sod [adj]

385/1629 EENP NEEP-/S a turnip [n -S]
-PEEN-/S to beat with a rounded hammer head, also PEAN, PEIN, PENE [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-PENE-/DS to beat with a rounded hammer head, also PEEN, PEAN, PEIN [v PENED, PENING, PENES]

386/1632 AGINRSTT RATTINGS- RATTING, rat-hunting [n]
A/-STARTING/S the act of starting [n -S]

387/1633 AEIKMRST MISTAKER-/S one that mistakes (to interpret wrongly) [n -S]
SITKAMER/S (Afrikaans) a sitting-room [n -S]

388/1634 ABEEILRS ABSEILER/S one that abseils [n -S]

389/1635 EFILSX EXFILS- EXFIL, to remove (data) from a computer, network, etc surreptitiously and without permission or unlawfully [v]
FLIXES FLIX, to melt, also FLUX [v]

390/1637 ADDY BCDFLPW/ADDY- an email address (slang) [n ADDIES]
-DYAD/S a pair of units [n -S]

391/1638 AADIK KADAI/S (Hindi) a wok-like copper utensil used in Asian cookery; a dish prepared in this also KARAHI [n -S]

392/1641 AINV -VAIN filled with undue admiration for oneself [adj VAINER, VAINEST]
VINA-/LS a stringed instrument of India, also VEENA [n -S]

393/1642 AEINRSST T/ARTINESS the quality of being arty [n -ES]
RESIANTS- RESIANT, a residence, also RESIANCE [n]
RETSINAS- RETSINA, a resin-flavoured Greek wine [n]
SNARIEST SNARY, in danger of entrapment [adj]
STAINERS- STAINER, that which stains [n]
STARNIES- STARNIE, a star [n]
STEARINS- STEARIN, the solid portion of a fat, also STEARINE [n]

394/1643 CEIIRST MV/ERISTIC/S an expert in debate [n -S]
P/-RICIEST RICY, like rice [adj]

395/1644 AEIRSTTX EXTRAITS- EXTRAIT, an extract [n]

396/1646 EINORSTU NITREOUS as in nitreous silica, another name for quartz glass [adj]
ROUTINES- ROUTINE, a regular course of procedure [n]
SNOUTIER SNOUTY, resembling a long, projecting nose [adj]

397/1647 ABINORST SORBITAN/S a chemical compound [n -S]
TABORINS- TABORIN, a small drum, also TABORET, TABORINE, TABOURET [n]

398/1649 ALLO HM/OLLA/SV a wide-mouthed pot or jar [n -S]

399/1650 BMOU K/OMBU/S a type of South American tree [n -S]
BDGJR/UMBO/S the rounded elevation at the centre of a shield [n UMBOS or UMBONES]

400/1651 DEGHLLOS LEGHOLDS- LEGHOLD, a trap that catches an animal by its leg [n]

401/1652 CIMO MICO-/S a small monkey, also MARMOSET [n -S]

402/1653 ABDERST DABSTER/S a bungler (one who mismanages) [n -S]
TABERDS- TABERD, a medieval peasant's overcoat [n]

403/1655 CDRU -CRUD-/EOSY to be blocked with filth [v CRUDDED, CRUDDING, CRUDS]
-CURD-/SY to curdle (to congeal (to change from a fluid to a solid)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

404/1660 BDOO DOOB-/S dog's tooth grass [n -S]

405/1661 AELMRST ARMLETS- ARMLET, an armband (a band of cloth worn on the arm) [n]
LAMSTER/S a fugitive, also LAMISTER [n -S]
-MARTELS- MARTEL, to hammer (to strike repeatedly) [v]
TRAMELS- TRAMEL, (US) to hinder also TRAMELL, TRAMMEL [v]

406/1662 AADMP PADMA/S the sacred lotus [n -S]

407/1663 DENNOST STONNED- STONNE, to stun, also STONN [v]
TENDONS- TENDON, a cord or fibrous tissue [n]

408/1664 AEIOPRST SEPTORIA/S a type of fungus [n -S]

409/1665 ACKNPR PRANCK/ES to pleat, also PRANK, PRANCKE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

410/1666 BEEGINR BIGENER/S a hybrid between genera [n -S]
BREINGE/DS (Scots) to plunge forward, also BREENGE [v BREINGED, BREINGING, BREINGES]
REBEGIN/S to begin again [v REBEGAN, REBEGUN or REBEGAN, REBEGINNING, REBEGINS]

411/1667 AKKMOS KOKAMS- KOKAM, (Marathi) an East Indian tree also KOKUM, KOOKUM [n]

412/1668 AABEIK AKEBIA/S (Japanese) a climbing shrub [n -S]

413/1669 AEFNRSU FURANES- FURANE, a chemical used in tanning, also FURAN, FURFURAN [n]
UNSAFER- UNSAFE, not safe [adj]

414/1670 ABER CST/ABER/S (Welsh) an estuary [n -S]
-BARE-/DRS to expose (to lay open to view) [v BARED, BARING, BARES] / naked (without clothes) [adj BARER, BAREST]
A/-BEAR/DES a furry animal [n -S] / to endure (to last (to continue (to go on with))) [v BORE, BORN or BORNE or YBORE, BEARING, BEARS] / to act like a bear [v BEARED, BEARING, BEARS]
BRAE-/S a hill-side [n -S]

415/1671 AAEGNRST STARAGEN/S the tarragon plant [n -S]
TANAGERS- TANAGER, a brightly coloured bird [n]

416/1672 AAKN -KANA/ES the Japanese syllabic script [n -S]

417/1673 EERW FHNS/EWER-/S a large pitcher (a container for holding and pouring liquids) [n -S]
ST/WEER- WEE, tiny (very small) [adj]
-WERE BE, to exist [v]

418/1674 EILLNOS LIONELS- LIONEL, a small lion used as a bearing (heraldry), also LIONCEL [n]
NIELLOS- NIELLO, to decorate with a black metallic substance [v]

419/1675 DRUY C/RUDY- (In Jamaica) a member of a group of lower- or working-class teenagers in the 1960s, noted for listening to ska music and for juvenile delinquency also RUDI [n RUDIES]
CGN/URDY- pointed [adj]

420/1676 ADEILPS T/ALIPEDS- ALIPED, an animal with winged feet [n]
ELAPIDS- ELAPID, a venomous snake [n]
LAIPSED- LAIPSE, (English dialect) to thrash soundly [v]
LAPIDES LAPIS, a semiprecious stone [n]
PAIDLES- PAIDLE, a sea fish, the lumpsucker [n]
PALSIED PALSY, to paralyze (to render incapable of movement, also PARALYSE) [v]
PLEIADS- PLEIAD, a group of seven illustrious persons [n]

421/1678 KLOY YOLK/SY the yellow, fatty part of an egg, also YELK [n -S]

422/1681 AHPU HAPU-/S a Maori subtribe (a subdivision of an iwi) [n -S]
PUHA-/S (Maori) sow thistle [n -S]

423/1683 EEGRV GREVE/S a thicket (a dense growth of shrubs, also THICKSET) [n -S]
VERGE/DRS to come near [v VERGED, VERGING, VERGES]

424/1687 AILMNNTU LUMINANT/S a means of lighting [n -S]

425/1689 EMSY EMYS a genus of freshwater terrapin also EMYD, EMYDE [n EMYDES]

426/1692 GLUY GULY- in heraldry, shown by vertical lines representing red [adj]
F/UGLY to make offensive to the sight [v UGLIED, UGLYING, UGLIES] / offensive to sight [adj UGLIER, UGLIEST]

427/1693 ACGH -GACH to behave boastfully also GATCH, GAUCH [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

428/1694 GGIS GIGS- GIG, to catch fish with a pronged spear [v]
BMR/IGGS- IGG, (slang) to ignore [v]

429/1695 DELORTT DOTTLER- DOTTLE, of tobacco, partly burnt [adj]
DOTTREL/S a shore bird, also DOTTEREL [n -S]

430/1697 HMPU CTW/-HUMP-/HSY to bend into a rounded projection [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BHS/UMPH-/S oomph, energy [n -S]

431/1698 AEHR CPSW/-HARE/DMS to run (to move by rapid steps) [v HARED, HARING, HARES]
SW/-HEAR/DEST to perceive by the ear [v HEARD, HEARING, HEARS]
RHEA/S a flightless bird [n -S]

432/1701 AAIKLL ALKALI/CNS a type of chemical compound [n ALKALIS or ALKALIES]
ALLIAK/S (Inuit) an Inuit sledge [n -S]

433/1702 AAEGLNRS ALNAGERS- ALNAGER, cloth inspector, also AULNAGER [n]
SANGREAL/S the legendary cup used by Christ at the Last Supper also SANGRAIL [n -S]

434/1703 ENST BCDFGHKPRSTVW/ENTS (colloq.) entertainments [n]
-NEST/S to build a structure for holding eggs [v -ED, -ING, -S]
NETS- NET, to catch in an openwork fabric [v]
SENT-/EIS to scent (to fill with a perfume) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-STEN/DOST to bound (to leap (to spring off the ground)) [v STENNED, STENNING, STENS]
ES/-TENS-/E TEN, a number [n]

435/1704 DEIMNTU MINUTED- MINUTE, to take brief notes [v]
-MUNITED- MUNITE, to fortify, also MUNIFY [v]
MUTINED- MUTINE, to revolt against constituted authority, also MUTINY, MUTINEER [v]
UNTIMED not timed [adj]

436/1706 LLOP POLL-/SY to assess public opinion votes [v -ED, -ING, -S]

437/1707 DEOV -DEVO-/NST (short for) devolution, as in devo max, an arrangement in which a central government transfers the maximum amount of authority to a regional government while still retaining sovereignty over it [n -S]
DOVE/DNRS to stun (to render unconscious) [v DOVED, DOVING, DOVES]

438/1708 EGNRSTU GUNTERS- GUNTER, a rig [n]
GURNETS- GURNET, a marine fish, also GURNARD [n]
-SURGENT pertaining to surge [adj]

439/1710 CDEHINNR INDRENCH to submerge in water [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

440/1711 AEHRW -WHARE/S a house [n -S]
-WHEAR/E where [adv]

441/1712 AAEGLST AGELAST/S a non laughing person [n -S]
ALGATES- always (every time) [adv]
LASTAGE/S the lading of a ship [n -S]

442/1714 EGILNPST PELTINGS- PELTING, the act of pelting [n]
PESTLING PESTLE, to crush with a club-shaped hand tool [v]

443/1715 EFNORRST FRONTERS- FRONTER [n]
REFRONTS- REFRONT, to put on a new front [v]
RENFORST RENFORCE, to reinforce [v]

444/1716 AEEMNORZ ARMOZEEN/S material for clerical gowns, also ARMOZINE [n -S]

445/1719 EGLN GLEN/ST a small valley (a depression of the earth's surface) [n -S]
-LENG/S to lengthen (to make longer) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

446/1722 ACELRST -CARTELS- CARTEL, a business organization [n]
CLARETS- CLARET, to drink a red dry wine [v]
CRESTAL-/S a crystal [n -S]
SCARLET/S to redden (to become red (the colour of blood, also REDD)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TARCELS- TARCEL, a male hawk, also TARSEL, TASSELL [n]

447/1723 ACINRSTU CURTAINS- CURTAIN, to furnish with hanging fabric [v]
SATURNIC suffering from lead poisoning [adj]
TURACINS- TURACIN, a soluble red pigment [n]

448/1724 ACEHLOST CATHOLES- CATHOLE, a part of a ship [n]
CHOLATES- CHOLATE, a chemical salt [n]
ESCHALOT/S a shallot (type of onion) [n -S]

449/1725 AOST BCHLRT/OAST/S a type of kiln [n -S]
BCDGM/-OATS- OAT, a cereal grass [n]
STOA/EIST an ancient Greek covered walkway [n STOAS or STOAE or STOAI]
TAOS- TAO, the right and proper conduct of Taoism [n]
TOSA/S a dog [n -S]

450/1727 MOSY -MOYS- MOY, a measure [n]
SOMY- SOM, a monetary unit of Kyrgyzstan [n]

451/1728 CEHIKR STW/-HICKER HICK, characteristic of rural people [adj]

452/1729 AAILNOPS PIANOLAS- PIANOLA, (trade) a type of player piano [n]
SALOPIAN pertaining to a salop (a hot drink made from herbs, also SALOOP) [adj]

453/1730 AMSW MAWS- MAW, to mow (to cut down a crop) [v]
SWAM/IPY SWIM, to propel oneself in water [v]
WASM-/S an obsolete belief; an out-of-fashion 'ism' [n -S]

454/1731 AHINT -AHINT behind, also AHENT, AHIND [adv]
HAINT-/S (Southern US dialect) a ghost [n -S]
HIANT gaping [adj]

455/1732 AEGILST AGILEST AGILE, able to move quickly and easily [adj]
AIGLETS- AIGLET, a metal sheath at the end of a lace, also AGLET [n]
GELATIS- GELATI, an Italian ice cream, also GELATO [n]
LIGATES- LIGATE, to bind, also LIGATURE [v]
TAIGLES- TAIGLE, to entangle (to twist together) [v]

456/1737 AKPR S/-PARK-/AISY to leave a vehicle in a certain location for a time [v -ED, -ING, -S]

457/1740 AEEHLORS ARSEHOLE/DS the anus (the opening at the end of the alimentary canal) [n -S]
EARHOLES- EARHOLE, the external opening of the ear [n]
HALOSERE/S a plant community that develops in highly saline conditions [n -S]

458/1741 DEIORSS O/DORISES- DORISE, to become like the Dorians, also DORIZE [v]
DOSSIER/S a file of papers on a single subject [n -S]

459/1742 ADOS DFS/-ADOS- ADO, fuss [n]
DOSA-/IS (Hindi) an Indian pancake made from rice flour [n DOSAI or DOSAS]
CS/-ODAS- ODA, a room in a harem, also ODAH [n]
-SADO-/S a Japanese tea ceremony, also CHADO, CHANOYO, CHANOYU [n -S]
-SODA-/S a type of chemical compound [n -S]

460/1743 BLOO BOLO/S a long-bladed knife [n -S]
BOOL-/S (Scots) to play bowls [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-LOBO-/S the timber wolf [n -S]
B/OBOL-/EIS an ancient Greek coin, also OBOLUS [n -S]

461/1744 CEIORSST CORSITES- CORSITE, a variety of diorite rock with a spherical structure, aka napoleonite [n]
CROSSTIE/DS a transverse beam [n -S]

462/1745 HMOO Z/HOMO-/S man generically [n HOMOS or HOMINES]
-MOHO/S a boundary separating the earth's crust and the mantle [n -S]

463/1746 AFHT CS/-HAFT/S to supply with a handle [v -ED, -ING, -S]

464/1747 EKNS S/-KENS- KEN, to know (to have a true understanding of) [v]
NEKS- NEK, a mountain pass [n]
-SKEN/ES (Scots) to squint [v SKENNED, SKENNING, SKENS]

465/1749 AEMOPZ APOZEM/S a medicine obtained by boiling [n -S]

466/1750 AAILRSTT RATTAILS- RATTAIL, a marine fish [n]
STRIATAL- relating to the corpus striatum, the great ganglion of the forebrain [adj]

467/1751 DEEGILR GELIDER GELID, icy (covered with ice) [adj]
F/-LEDGIER LEDGY, abounding in ledges (a narrow, shelflike projection) [adj]
LEIDGER/S the financial record-book of a company, also LEIGER [n -S]

468/1753 AABS BCY/-ABAS-/EHK ABA, a Syrian cloth of goat's or camel's hair; an outer garment made of it, also ABAYA [n]
-BAAS- master, boss [n -ES]

469/1755 AGIIRST ARTIGIS- ARTIGI, (Inuit) a kind of parka worn in Canada also ATIGI [n]

470/1756 DEIMOPRS IMPEDORS- IMPEDOR, an electrical component which offers impedance, cf resistor [n]
PROMISED- PROMISE, to make a declaration of assurance [v]

471/1757 EGILNSTW -SWELTING SWELT, to swelter (to suffer from oppressive heat) [v]
WELTINGS- WELTING, a cord used to reinforce a seam [n]
WINGLETS- WINGLET, a small wing [n]

472/1758 AADEINRT DENTARIA/S a flower with toothed roots [n -S]
RAINDATE/S an alternate date in the event of rain [n -S]

473/1760 AIMNORTU MINOTAUR as in minotaur beetle, a kind of dung-beetle [adj]

474/1764 DORU O/-DOUR/A sullen (showing brooding ill humour) [adj DOURER, DOUREST]
DURO/CSY a Spanish silver dollar [n -S]

475/1765 ILOV VIOL/ADS a stringed instrument, also VIOLA [n -S]

476/1766 AAEINRTU INAURATE/DS to cover with gold [v INAURATES, INAURATING, INAURATED]

477/1767 AIK -KAI-/DEFKLMNS a meal [n -S]

478/1768 AEOPRSST ESPARTOS- ESPARTO, a strong Spanish grass [n]
PORTASES PORTAS, a portable book of devotions, also PORTESSE, PORTEOUS, PORTESS, PORTHORS, PORTHOS, PORTOUS [n]
PROTASES PROTASIS, the introductory part of a classical drama [n]
SEAPORTS- SEAPORT, a harbour for seagoing ships [n]

479/1769 CEHM -CHEM-/OS (short for) a chemistry class or course [n -S]
-MECH/S (short for) mechanic [n -S]

480/1770 DEMNOORS DOORSMEN DOORSMAN, a porter [n]
MORENDOS- MORENDO, (Italian) a gentle decrescendo at the end of a musical strain [n]

481/1772 CEIRSTU CUITERS- CUITER, to wheedle (to entice by soft words, also WHILLY) [v]
CURIETS- CURIET, a breastplate [n]
-CURITES- CURITE, a radioactive mineral [n]
ICTERUS a diseased condition of the liver [n -ES]

482/1773 CHLO -LOCH/ES a lake (a sizable inland body of water) [n -S]

483/1775 ACKP PACK-/S to enclose for transportation or storage [v -ED, -ING, -S]

484/1776 EGINPRSU PERSUING PERSUE, to follow, in order to overtake or capture, also PURSUE, POURSEW, POURSUE, PURSEW [v]
PERUSING PERUSE, to read (to look at and understand written matter) [v]
SUPERING SUPER, to reinforce with a thin cotton mesh, as a book [v]

485/1777 CEIKR -ERICK-/S a murderer's fine in old Irish law, also ERIC, ERIACH [n -S]
BDHKLNPRSTWY/ICKER/S a head of grain [n -S]

486/1778 EEILLRST TREILLES- TREILLE, a trellis [n]

487/1779 AGMR -GRAM/AEPS a unit of mass, also GRAMME [n -S]
MARG-/ES margarine [n -S]

488/1780 CCHI -CHIC-/AHKOS elegance (refinement) [n -S] / smartly elegant [adj CHICER, CHICEST]

489/1782 AEHINRSW SHERWANI/S an Indian man's coat [n -S]

490/1783 CLNOORTU CONTROUL/S to exercise authority over, also CONTROL [v -ED, -ING, -S]
COUNTROL/S to restrain (to hold back) [v COUNTROLLED, COUNTROLLING, COUNTROLS]

491/1784 NOOT C/ONTO forward to [prep]
OONT-/S a camel (a large, humped mammal) [n -S]
-TOON-/S an East Indian tree [n -S]

492/1785 DGINORS RODINGS- RODING, a wood-cock's evening flight, also ROADING [n]
SORDING SORD, of mallard, to ascend in flight [v]

493/1787 ADEGNOSS SONDAGES- SONDAGE, a trial bore [n]

494/1788 EEMR AE/MEER-/S to bound (to leap (to spring off the ground)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-MERE/DLRS to bound (to leap (to spring off the ground)) [v MERED, MERING, MERES] / nothing more, nothing better [adj MERER, MEREST]

495/1792 AGNT -GANT-/S to yawn, also GAUNT [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-GNAT/S a small winged insect [n -S]
S/TANG-/AIOSY to ring (to give forth a clear, resonant sound) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

496/1793 AEMM GL/EMMA/S an old name for M in signalling [n -S]

497/1794 ABDR -BARD-/EOSY to cover a horse with armour, also BARDE [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-BRAD-/S to fasten with thin nails [v BRADDED, BRADDING, BRADS]
-DARB/S something considered extraordinary [n -S]
DRAB/S to associate with prostitutes [v DRABBED, DRABBING, DRABS] / dull and monotonous [adj DRABBER, DRABBEST]

498/1795 EKOSS -KOSES KOS, a measure of distance in India, also COSS, KOSS [n]
SEKOS a sacred enclosure [n -ES]
SKEOS- SKEO, (Orkney) a hut, a shed also SKIO [n]
-SOKES- SOKE, a feudal right to administer justice in a certain area [n]

499/1796 DEINOSTU W/OUNDIEST OUNDY, (obsolete) wavy also UNDE, UNDEE, UNDY [adj]

500/1797 AEMNRST ARTSMEN ARTSMAN, craftsman [n]
S/MARTENS- MARTEN, a carnivorous mammal [n]
SARMENT/AS a type of plant stem [n -S]
-SMARTEN/S to improve in appearance [v -ED, -ING, -S]

501/1798 EHILOST N/EOLITHS- EOLITH, a prehistoric stone tool [n]
HOLIEST- HOLY, perfect in a moral sense [adj]
HOSTILE/S an unfriendly person [n -S]
LITHOES LITHO, to make a lithograph [v]

502/1800 ERY T/-RYE/S a cereal grass [n -S]
DEOT/-YER-/DK (colloq.) your; you [adj]

503/1801 EIORSTU L/OURIEST OURIE, dingy, also OORIE, OWRIE [adj]
-STOURIE/R dusty, also STOURY [adj]
TOURIES- TOURIE, a small heap [n]
TOUSIER TOUSY, shaggy (covered with long coarse hair) [adj]

504/1804 EIPR PERI-/LS a supernatural being of Persian mythology [n -S]
S/PIER-/ST a structure extending from land out over water [n -S]
CGT/RIPE-/DNRS to cleanse (to clean (to rid of stain)) [v RIPED, RIPING, RIPES] / fully matured [adj RIPER, RIPEST]

505/1805 IMSW A/SWIM/S to propel oneself in water [v SWAM, SWUM or SWAM, SWIMMING, SWIMS]

506/1806 ADIMNOS DAIMONS- DAIMON, an attendant spirit [n]
DOMAINS- DOMAIN, an area of control [n]
MADISON/S a type of cyle relay race [n -S]

507/1807 AFGNO FANGO-/S a medicinal mud from thermal springs [n -S]
GANOF/S a thief, also GANEF, GANEV, GONEF, GONIF, GONIFF, GONOF, GONOPH [n -S]

508/1808 AEILMPST IMPLATES- IMPLATE, to put a covering plate over [v]
PALMIEST- PALMY, marked by prosperity, also PALMIE [adj]
PALMIETS- PALMIET, a riverside plant [n]
PETALISM/S a type of ostracism [n -S]
SEPTIMAL relating to seven [adj]

509/1809 ADDITZ TZADDI/KQS the eighteenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet, also SADHE, SADE [n -S]

510/1811 ABKMOO KABOOM/S the sound of a large explosion [n -S]

511/1815 DELU DUEL-/S to fight formally [v DUELLED or DUELED, DUELLING or DUELING, DUELS]
-DULE/S woe, also DOOLE [n -S]
LEUD-/S a feudal vassal [n LEUDS or LEUDES]
BE/LUDE-/S a methaqualone pill [n -S]

512/1816 HLSU BFPS/LUSH/Y to drink to success [v -ED, -ING, -ES] / abounding in vegetation [adj LUSHER, LUSHEST]
SHUL/ENS a synagogue, also SCHUL [n SHULS or SHULN]

513/1817 ILST AB/LIST-/S to write down in a particular order [v LISTED, LISTING, LISTETH or LISTS]
BCFGS/-LITS- LIT, a former monetary unit of Lithuania, also LITAS [n]
SILT/SY to fill with a fine sediment [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-SLIT/S to make a long narrow cut in [v SLITTED, SLITTING, SLITS]
TILS- TIL, the sesame plant [n]

514/1818 EERSZZ REZZES REZ, (short for) a (Native American) reservation also RES [n]

515/1819 ADENRTY DENTARY a bone of the lower jaw [n DENTARIES]
TRAYNED- TRAYNE, to be instructed [v]
TYRANED TYRAN, to play the oppressor, also TYRANNE, TYRANT [v]

516/1820 DELO DELO-/S (Australian slang) a delegate [n -S]
-DOLE-/DS to distribute in small portions [v DOLED, DOLING, DOLES]
G/-LODE-/NS a deposit of ore [n -S]
S/OLDE-/NR a facetious spelling of OLD [n]

517/1821 AAKKPU KAPUKA/S a large evergreen tree of New Zealand [n -S]

518/1823 BEINO -BONIE/R pretty or healthy, also BONNY [adj BONIER, BONIEST]

519/1824 AGOR AGRO/S a student of agricultural studies [n -S]
A/-GORA-/LS a white male (India/Pakistan) [n -S]

520/1826 AAHW -WAAH an interjection used to express wailing [interj]

521/1827 GNOS A/-GONS- GON, a grade [n]
S/NOGS- NOG, to fill a space in a wall with bricks [v]
-SNOG/S to kiss (to caress by touching with the lips) [v SNOGGED, SNOGGING, SNOGS]
SONG-/S a musical composition written for singing [n -S]

522/1828 AEIINQSU EQUINIAS- EQUINIA, glanders, a contagious horse disease [n]

523/1830 AIKOPT KATIPO/S a New Zealand spider [n -S]

524/1831 EEGINNR ENGINER-/SY an engineer [n -S]
INGENER/S an engineer [n -S]

525/1832 AGNOZZ GOZZAN/S a type of decomposed rock, also GOSSAN [n -S]

526/1833 HOOR -HOOR-/DS a Scots and Irish form of WHORE; a difficult or unpleasant thing [n -S]

527/1834 BOSY -BOYS-/Y BOY, to act a female role as a boy [v]
SYBO/EW a variety of onion, also CIBOL, CIBOULE, SYBOE, SYBOW [n -ES]
-YOBS- YOB, a lout, also YOBBO [n]

528/1838 EILORSTV VERTISOL/S a type of clayey soil [n -S]

529/1839 AEINNR INANER- INANE, senseless [adj]
NARINE relating to naris [adj]
RANINE of the underside of the tongue [adj]

530/1842 ACEENPRT PERCEANT piercing, also PERSANT, PERSAUNT [adj]
-PREENACT/S to enact beforehand [v -ED, -ING, -S]

531/1843 ELNT BGO/LENT/IO LEND, to give for a time only [v]

532/1844 ACIS F/ASCI ASCUS, an enlarged cell which has formed eight spores [n]
SAIC-/EKS a ketch-like vessel, also SAICK [n -S]

533/1845 EGINRSST C/RESTINGS- RESTING, the act of resting [n]
STINGERS- STINGER, one that stings (to prick painfully) [n]
S/TRESSING TRESS, to form into long locks of hair [v]
TRIGNESS the state of being neat (tidy (neat and orderly)) [n -ES]

534/1849 AAIIKW KAWAII/S (Japanese) in Japanese culture, the quality of being cute [n -S]

535/1850 AEIILSTZ TAILZIES- TAILZIE, a limitation of inheritance to certain heirs, also TAILYE [n]

536/1852 OSTW DLNRT/OWTS- OWT, anything (something as opposed to nothing) [n]
-STOW/NPS to put away [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-SWOT/S to study hard [v SWOTTED, SWOTTING, SWOTS]
S/TOWS-/EY TOW, to pull by means of a chain or rope [v]
-TWOS- TWO, a number [n]
WOST- WIT, to know (to have a true understanding of) [v]
S/WOTS- WOT, to know (to have a true understanding of) [v]

537/1853 CLLU S/CULL/SY to select (to choose (to select by preference)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

538/1854 AEGINRST H/ANGRIEST- ANGRY, feeling hostility [adj]
ANGSTIER ANGSTY, feeling anxious [adj]
ASTRINGE/DRS to draw together [v ASTRINGED, ASTRINGING, ASTRINGES]
GANISTER/S a type of rock [n -S]
GANTRIES GANTRY, a structure for supporting railroad signals, also GAUNTRY [n]
GRANITES- GRANITE, a type of rock [n]
INGRATES- INGRATE, an ungrateful person [n]
O/RANGIEST RANGY, tall and slender [adj]
B/-REASTING REAST, to become rancid (rank in taste or smell) [v]
-STEARING- STEARE, to guide (to show the way) [v]
TASERING TASER, to stun with a taser gun [v]

539/1855 APTU PATU-/S a Maori club [n -S]
TAPU-/S to forbid the use of [v -ED, -ING, -S]
UPTA/K (Australian slang) of poor quality, also UPTER [adj]

540/1858 DEOY -YODE-/L YEAD, to go or proceed [v]

541/1860 NRRU K/NURR-/S a knot of wood, also KNUR, KNURR, NUR [n -S]

542/1861 EEINRRSV VERNIERS- VERNIER, an auxiliary scale that gives fractional readings [n]
VERRINES- VERRINE, an appetiser or dessert consisting of layers of different food presented in a glass [n]

543/1862 KOR -KOR-/AEOSU a Hebrew unit of measure [n -S]
G/ROK/ESY a legendary bird [n -S]

544/1863 ADIM -AMID-/EOS a type of chemical compound [n -S]
-MAID/S to work as a maidservant [v -ED, -ING, -S]

545/1864 EEGIMNR MEERING MEER, to bound (to leap (to spring off the ground)) [v]
REGIMEN-/ST a systematic plan [n -S]

546/1866 AIRT AIRT-/HS to direct (to control or conduct the affairs of) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
AP/ARTI-/CS the daily ritual of the lamps on the Ganges, also AARTI [n -S]
KT/-RAIT-/AS to expose to moisture [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TIAR/AS a tiara (a jewelled headpiece) [n -S]

547/1867 EEHT L/-ETHE-/R easy, also EATH, EATHE [adj]
T/HETE-/S to command also HIGHT, HECHT [v HOTE, HOTEN, HETING, HETES]
THEE-/DKS to use the pronoun thee [v THEED, THEEING, THEES]

548/1869 ACKS -CASK/SY to store in a strong barrel [v -ED, -ING, -S]
SACK-/S to put into a large bag [v -ED, -ING, -S]

549/1871 AELNPRTY PLENARTY the state of an occupied benefice [n PLENARTIES]

550/1872 ABOR -BOAR-/DST a male pig [n -S]
-BORA-/KLSX a cold wind [n -S]

551/1873 GIRS GRIS/ETY a grey fur [n -ES]
BFGPT/RIGS- RIG, to equip or fit with sails [v]

552/1874 CIKLTY TICKLY easily tickled [adj TICKLIER, TICKLIEST]

553/1875 ADEKNRT DARKNET/S the collection of networks and other technologies that enable people to illegally share copyrighted digital files with little or no fear of detection [n -S]
-TRANKED TRANK, (short for) to tranquillize [v]

554/1878 ACDEERST CASTERED having casters, small swivelling wheels [adj]
CEDRATES- CEDRATE, citron (a lemonlike fruit) [n]

555/1879 LOR F/-LOR-/DENY expressing surprise [interj]

556/1880 AIRRZZ RIZZAR/ST to dry in the sun, also RIZZER, RIZZOR [v -ED, -ING, -S]

557/1881 ADEILRS DERAILS- DERAIL, to cause to leave the rails [v]
DIALERS- DIALER, one that dials, also DIALLER [n]
P/REDIALS- REDIAL, to dial again [v]
SIDERAL sent from the stars [adj]

558/1882 AAIMNORT ANIMATOR-/S one who animates (to give life to) [n -S]
MONTARIA/S a light canoe [n -S]
TAMANOIR/S the great antbear [n -S]

559/1883 AFINNORS FRANIONS- FRANION, a paramour (an illicit lover) [n]

560/1887 ACEIMRTT TREMATIC of the gill-slits [adj]

561/1890 AKSW BCDGHLMP/AWKS- AWK, a computer-programming language used for data processing [n]
S/KAWS- KAW, to cry like a crow, also CAW [v]
-SKAW-/S a low cape [n -S]

562/1891 AEEINSTT ANISETTE/S a liqueur prepared from aniseed [n -S]
TAENITES- TAENITE, a nickel-iron alloy found in meteorites [n]
TETANIES TETANY, a condition marked by painful muscular spasms [n]
TETANISE/DS to affect with convulsions, also TETANIZE [v TETANISED, TETANISING, TETANISES]

563/1892 AGNS -GANS- GAN, (dialect) to go [v]
KS/-NAGS- NAG, to find fault incessantly [v]
SANG-/AHOS a Chinese organ played by mouth [n -S]
-SNAG/S to catch on a hidden obstacle [v SNAGGED, SNAGGING, SNAGS]

564/1893 EPSU SPUE/DRS to spew (to vomit (to eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth)) [v SPUED, SPUEING or SPUING, SPUES]
SUPE-/RS an actor without a speaking part [n -S]

565/1894 EINOPRSS PORINESS a state of having pores [n -ES]
PRESSION/S pressure [n -S]
ROPINESS the state of being ropy (resembling rope, also ROPEY) [n -ES]

566/1895 CDEI CEDI/S a monetary unit of Ghana [n -S]
-CIDE-/DRS (Shakespeare) to decide [v CIDED, CIDING, CIDES]
-DICE/DRSY to cut into small cubes [v DICED, DICING, DICES]
DRTV/ICED- ICE, to cover with frozen water [v]

567/1896 AEST BCDFGHMNPRSTY/-ATES- ATE, reckless ambition that drives one to ruin [n]
BFHLRY/EAST-/S to turn east (a point on the compass) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BFGHJLMNPST/-EATS- EAT, to consume food [v]
BFGKWZ/-ETAS- ETA, a Greek letter [n]
-SATE-/DMS to satisfy to capacity, also SATIATE [v SATED, SATING, SATES]
-SEAT-/S to place on a chair [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-SETA-/EL a coarse, stiff hair [n SETAE]
TAES- TAE, to toe the line [v]
TASE-/DRS to stun with a gun that fires electrified darts [v TASED, TASING, TASES]
-TEAS-/E TEA, to drink a beverage made with tea leaves and boiling water [v]

568/1898 ABHIMZ MAZHBI/S a Sikh of low caste [n -S]

569/1899 AEHORSST ASTHORES- ASTHORE, (Irish) darling [n]
EARSHOTS- EARSHOT, a range from which a sound can be heard [n]
C/HAROSETS- HAROSET, part of the Passover meal, also HAROSETH [n]
HOARSEST HOARSE, rough and husky in sound [adj]

570/1900 ANS BCDEFGKMNPSTVW/ANS-/A as in ifs and ans, things that might have happened, but which did not [adj]
AM/-NAS- has not (no inflections) [v]
-SAN/DEGKST a sanatorium [n -S]

571/1901 AEIORST HR/OARIEST OARY, like oars [adj]
NRV/OTARIES OTARY, a big-eared seal [n]
ROASTIE/S (colloq.) a roast potato [n -S]

572/1903 ADEGILN M/ALIGNED ALIGN, to arrange in line [v]
DEALIGN/S to withdraw allegiance to a political party [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-DEALING/S a business transaction [n -S]
P/LEADING/S a covering of lead [n -S]

573/1904 EINOOPRT INOTROPE/S a drug for controlling the force of muscular contractions [n -S]

574/1906 ABDERSTU SUBTRADE/S in the construction business, a trade such as plumber and electrician [n -S]
SURBATED- SURBATE, to bruise (to injure and discolour the skin) [v]

575/1907 EENOPRS OPENERS- OPENER, one that opens (to expose to view) [n]
PEREONS- PEREON, a crustacean's thorax, also PEREION, PERAEON [n]
PERONES- PERONE, the fibula (a bone in the leg) [n]
REOPENS- REOPEN, to open again [v]
P/REPONES- REPONE, to restore to office [v]

576/1909 ORTT -TORT-/AES a civil wrong [n -S]
-TROT/HS to drive at a pace between walking and running [v TROTTED, TROTTING, TROTS]

577/1911 AGIINRS FP/AIRINGS- AIRING, an exposure to the air [n]
-ARISING ARISE, to come up [v]
RAGINIS- RAGINI, a modified raga [n]
ABFP/RAISING-/S an elevation [n -S]
-SAIRING SAIR, to wound (to inflict an injury upon) [v]

578/1913 AEIMRSTU MURIATES- MURIATE, chloride (a chlorine compound, also CHLORID) [n]
SEMITAUR/S a curved oriental sword, also SCIMITAR, SCIMETAR, SCIMITER, SEMITAR, SIMITAR, SYMITAR, SYMITARE [n -S]

579/1915 ADIS CGKLMQRS/-AIDS- AID, to help (to give aid) [v]
-DAIS/Y a raised platform [n -ES]
DISA-/S a type of orchid (a flowering plant) [n -S]
T/SADI-/S a Hebrew letter, also SADE, SADHE, TSADE, TSADI [n -S]
-SAID-/S a title of respect for a Muslim dignitary, also SAYED, SAYYID [n -S]
SIDA/S any plant of the Queensland hemp genus [n -S]

580/1916 DEINORU DOURINE/S a disease of horses [n -S]
NEUROID/S either of the halves of a neural arch [n -S]
W/OUNDIER <oundy=> []

581/1920 AEMT A/-MATE-/DRSY to copulate (to have sexual intercourse with) [v MATED, MATING, MATES]
-MEAT/HSY animal flesh used as food [n -S]
-META-/L pertaining to positions in a benzene ring [adj]
-TAME-/DRS to subdue (to bring under control, also SUBDEW) [v TAMED, TAMING, TAMES] / gentle or docile [adj TAMER, TAMEST]
S/TEAM-/S to join together for joint action [v -ED, -ING, -S]

582/1921 EFIILRT FIRELIT lit by firelight [adj]
FITLIER FITLY, FIT, in a good healthy condition [adv]

583/1922 AEGLP PAGLE/S the cowslip, also PAIGLE [n -S]
PLAGE/S a bright region on the sun [n -S]

584/1923 ACENRSU SUNCARE/S protection of the skin from damage by the sun [n -S]
SURANCE/S assurance [n -S]

585/1924 AEHINPRS HEPARINS- HEPARIN, a biochemical [n]
PARISHEN/S a parish, also PAROCHIN [n -S]
SERAPHIN/ES SERAPH, a winged celestial being, also SERAPHIM [n]

586/1925 ADEINRTU DATURINE/S a poison [n -S]
INDURATE/DS to make hard (firm and unyielding) [v INDURATED, INDURATING, INDURATES]
RUINATED- RUINATE, to ruin (to destroy (to demolish, also DESTRUCT)) [v]
URINATED- URINATE, to discharge urine [v]

587/1926 ALNR LARN-/ST (dialect) to learn [v LARNED, LARNT, LARNING, LARNS]

588/1927 IILNT INTIL- into (to a position within) [prep]

589/1928 AEFILMNS FLAMINES FLAMEN, a priest of ancient Rome [n]
INFLAMES- INFLAME, to set on fire [v]
MISFALNE MISFALL, unluckily to befall [v]

590/1929 AABERSTT RABATTES- RABATTE, to rotate into coincidence with another plane [v]
TABARETS- TABARET, a silk fabric [n]

591/1930 ADEGIOPT PAGODITE/S a soft, greenish, greyish or yellowish mineral, thought to be a variety of pinite, known particularly for its use by the Chinese for carving [n -S]

592/1932 CEILRTU CULTIER CULTY, intended to appeal to a small group of fashionable people [adj]
UTRICLE/S a saclike cavity in the inner ear, also UTRICULUS [n -S]

593/1933 EEGINNRS ENGINERS- ENGINER, an engineer [n]
INGENERS- INGENER, an engineer [n]
SERENING SERENE, to tranquillize [v]
SNEERING/S the act of sneering [n -S]

594/1934 AAILNOP PIANOLA/S (trade) a type of player piano [n -S]

595/1935 EEKP KEEP/S to retain in ones possession [v KEPT, KEEPING, KEEPS]
A/-PEEK-/S to sneak a sly look [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-PEKE/S a small, long-haired dog [n -S]

596/1936 AEKNR BCDHJLRTWY/ANKER/S an old wine measure [n -S]
NAKER/S a small kettledrum [n -S]
NERKA-/S the sockeye salmon [n -S]
RANKE-/DRS a jog-trot [n -S]

597/1938 EIORSTT STOITER/S to stagger (to walk or stand unsteadily) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TORTIES- TORTIE, (short for) tortoiseshell [n]

598/1945 ILRV VIRL/S a metal ring or cap that prevents splitting [n -S]
VRIL/S electric fluid represented as the common origin of the forces in matter [n -S]

599/1946 IKPRSU PRUSIK/S to climb using mountaineering slings [v -ED, -ING, -S]
SPRUIK/S to harangue the public [v -ED, -ING, -S]

600/1947 ANPPSUW SUPPAWN/S a kind of porridge, also SUPAWN [n -S]

601/1948 AADIINR DIARIAN of a diarchy [adj]

602/1949 AEEGOPRV OVERPAGE overleaf (on the other side of the page) [adv]

603/1950 AEIMPSTX MIXTAPES- MIXTAPE, a compilation of songs from various sources [n]

604/1951 AEIPRST -PAIREST- PAIR, (Scots) poor [adj]
-PARTIES PARTY, to attend a social gathering [v]
PASTIER- PASTY, pale and unhealthy in appearance, also PASTIE [adj]
PIASTER/S a monetary unit of several Arab countries, also PIASTRE [n -S]
PIASTRE/S a monetary unit of several Arab countries, also PIASTER [n -S]
PIRATES- PIRATE, to commit piracy [v]
PRATIES- PRATIE, a potato, also PRATY [n]
TRAIPSE/DS to walk wearily also TRAPE, TRAPES, TRAPSE [v TRAIPSED, TRAIPSING, TRAIPSES]

605/1952 AIKRS -KRAIS- KRAI, (Russian) an administrative district in Russia [n]
T/RAIKS- RAIK, to go; to range [v]
RAKIS-/H RAKI, a Turkish liqueur, also RAKEE [n]

606/1953 INTY TINY- a small child (a young person) [n TINIES] / very small [adj TINIER, TINIEST]
TIYN/S a monetary unit of Kazakhstan also TIYIN, TYIN, TYIYN [n -S]
-TYIN/G a monetary unit of Kyrgyzstan also TIYIN, TIYN, TYIYN [n TYIN]

607/1954 ABCEGO BOCAGE/S a thicket, also BOSCAGE, BOSKAGE [n -S]

608/1955 AGITTW WITGAT/S a South African tree [n -S]

609/1957 ILOY DNRS/OILY- covered in oil [adj OILIER, OILIEST]

610/1959 DEEIMNR DEMINER/S one that removes (explosive) mines [n -S]
V/ERMINED- trimmed with ermine [adj]

611/1960 LPPU PULP-/SY to reduce to a soft, moist mass of matter [v -ED, -ING, -S]

612/1961 DILNPSU LISPUND/S a varying weight, also LISPOUND [n -S]

613/1962 ACEINST ACETINS- ACETIN, a chemical compound [n]
CANIEST CANY, like cane [adj]
CINEAST/ES a devotee of motion pictures, also CINEASTE [n -S]

614/1967 AAEHLNT M/ETHANAL/S another name for acetaldehyde [n -S]

615/1968 EKNRS -KERNS- KERN, to be formed with a projecting typeface [v]
-NERKS- NERK, a bothersome idiot [n]

616/1970 ACDE FLMPR/ACED- ACE, to serve an unreturnable shot eg in tennis [v]
CADE-/EST a European shrub [n -S]
-DACE/S a freshwater fish [n -S]
D/-ECAD/S a plant which has supposedly adapted to its environment [n -S]

617/1971 DELMORSU S/MOULDERS- MOULDER, to turn to dust by natural decay, also MOLDER [v]
P/REMOULDS- REMOULD, to retread a tyre [v]
A/-SMOULDER/S to burn with no flame, also SMOLDER [v -ED, -ING, -S]

618/1972 CILP -CLIP/EST to trim by cutting [v CLIPT or CLIPPED, CLIPPING, CLIPS]

619/1973 ADRS BCEFHLNPSWY/ARDS- ARD, a primitive plough [n]
BGPT/-RADS- RAD, to fear (to be afraid of) [v]
-SARD-/S a variety of quartz, also SARDIUS [n -S]

620/1974 GINP AO/-PING-/OS to produce a brief, high-pitched sound [v -ED, -ING, -S]

621/1978 AEIMRSU MAUSIER MAUSY, foggy, misty also MAUZY [adj]
UREMIAS- UREMIA, an abnormal condition of the blood, also URAEMIA, URINEMIA [n]

622/1979 ADS BCDFGHLMNPRSTWY/ADS- AD, advertisement [n]
O/-DAS-/H DA, a heavy Burmese knife [n]
-SAD/EIOS to express sadness [v SADDED, SADDING, SADS] / unhappy (sad) [adj SADDER, SADDEST]

623/1982 IKRS BDFKLMY/IRKS- IRK, to annoy or weary [v]
KIRS- KIR, an alcoholic beverage [n]
KRIS to stab with a Malay dagger (pr t KRISES, KRISES), also CREESE, KREESE [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
BF/RISK/SY to expose to loss or injury [v -ED, -ING, -S]

624/1983 OOPS CGHLMNPRSWY/-OOPS- OOP, to bind with thread, also OUP [v]
-POOS- POO, to defecate (to discharge faeces) [v]
-SOOP/S to sweep (to clean with a broom) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

625/1984 AJMNO JAMON designating a variety of Spanish ham [adj]

626/1985 AALT -TAAL/S the Afrikaans language [n -S]
-TALA/KQRS a traditional rhythmic pattern in Indian music [n -S]

627/1986 GRTU -TRUG/OS a gardener's basket [n -S]

628/1988 BEINRSU BURNIES- BURNIE, a brooklet (a small brook) [n]
RUBINES- RUBINE, a ruby, a precious stone, also RUBIN [n]
SUBERIN/S a substance found in cork cells [n -S]

629/1990 HOPS CSW/-HOPS- HOP, to move by jumping on one foot [v]
-PHOS- PHO, a Vietnamese noodle soup [n]
-POHS- POH, to reject contemptuously [v]
S/POSH-/O to polish (to make lustrous by rubbing) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] / elegant (having fastidious taste) [adj POSHER, POSHEST]
-SHOP-/ES to visit shops to buy goods [v SHOPPED, SHOPPING, SHOPS]
SOPH-/SY a second year student [n -S]

630/1991 ADTW DAWT-/S to fondle, also DAUT [v -ED, -ING, -S]
WADT-/S an earthy ore, also WADD [n -S]

631/1992 ABRST -BRAST-/S to break open violently, also BURST, BRUST [v -ING, -S]
-BRATS- BRAT, a badly behaved child [n]
TRABS (Liverpool dialect) sports footwear, training shoes [n]

632/1993 CHRU CHUR/LNR (New Zealand) an informal expression of agreement [interj]

633/1996 MSSU MUSS-/EY to mess (to make dirty or untidy) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
-SUMS- SUM, to add together [v]

634/1997 ABHS A/-BASH-/O to beat (to strike repeatedly) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

635/1998 PSUY PUYS- PUY, a small volcanic cone [n]
UPSY- a carousall, also UPSEE, UPSEY [n UPSIES]
-YUPS- YUP, yes, also YEP [n]

636/2000 AEGILNRS M/ALIGNERS- ALIGNER, one that aligns (to arrange in line) [n]
ENGRAILS- ENGRAIL, to border with curved indentations [v]
LASERING LASER, to treat with a laser, a source of high-intensity optical, infrared, or ultraviolet radiation produced as a result of stimulated emission maintained within a solid, liquid, or gaseous medium [v]
NARGILES- NARGILE, a hookah, also NARGHILE, NARGHILY, NARGILEH, NARGILY [n]
REALIGNS- REALIGN, to align again [v]
SALERING/S a cattle-selling area [n -S]
SANGLIER/S a wild boar [n -S]
SIGNALER/S one that signals (to notify by means of communication) [n -S]
SLANGIER SLANGY, containing slang [adj]