1/AAAHIT TAIAHA/S a Maori weapon [n -S]

2/AABDERRT BARRATED BARRAT, to quarrel especially at law [v]
TABERDAR/S a scholar of Queens College Oxford [n -S]

3/AABDERTT RABATTED- RABATTE, to rotate into coincidence with another plane [v]

4/AABELLN BALNEAL pertaining to baths [adj]

5/AACELLNN
6/AACENSTT CANTATES- CANTATE, the 98th psalm [n]
CASTANET/S a rhythm instrument [n -S]

7/AADENRRW WARRANED WARRAN, to justify, also WARRAND, WARRANT [v]

8/AAEHLRTT THEATRAL pertaining to a theatre (a building for dramatic presentations, also THEATER) [adj]

9/AAELLNV AVELLAN/E (of heraldic crosses) with arms shaped like filberts [adj]

10/AAELLNZ ZANELLA/S fabric for covering umbrellas [n -S]

11/AAELPRTT TETRAPLA/S an edition of four parallel texts [n -S]

12/AAENNSTV VENTANAS- VENTANA, a window [n]

13/AAHMR HARAM/S a group of wives and concubines, also HAREM, HAREEM, HARIM [n -S]
MARAH-/S bitterness [n -S]

14/AAINPRTW WARPAINT/S paint used to decorate the face and body before battle [n -S]

15/AAIRST -AARTIS- AARTI, (Hindi) an Indian ceremony in which candles dipped in ghee are lighted and offered to various deities also ARTI [n]
B/ARISTA/ES a bristlelike structure [n ARISTAS or ARISTAE]
RAITAS- RAITA, an Indian vegetable dish [n]
RIATAS- RIATA, a lasso, also REATA [n]
TAIRAS- TAIRA, a weasel [n]
TARSIA-/S a decorative wood inlay [n -S]
TIARAS- TIARA, a jewelled headpiece [n]

16/ABCEGORS BROCAGES- BROCAGE, the business of a broker [n]

17/ABDEHILS DISHABLE/DS to render incapable, also DISABLE [v DISHABLED, DISHABLING, DISHABLES]

18/ABDELRS BEDRALS- BEDRAL, a church officer, also BEDERAL [n]
-BLADERS- BLADER, one that blades [n]

19/ABDERSU DAUBERS- DAUBER, one that daubs (to smear (to spread with something oily or sticky)) [n]
EARBUDS- EARBUD, a small earphone (a headphone) [n]
SUBEDAR/S a governor of a subah, also SUBAHDAR, SUBADAR [n -S]

20/ABEFILSU FABULISE/DS to write fables, also FABULIZE [v FABULISED, FABULISING, FABULISES]

21/ABEOOTV -OBOVATE ovate with the narrow end at the base [adj]

22/ACDEHISU CHIAUSED CHIAUS, to swindle (to take money or property from by fraudulent means) [v]

23/ACDELNU LAUNCED- LAUNCE, to pierce (to thrust, or make a hole through) [v]
UNLACED- UNLACE, to unfasten the laces of [v]

24/ACDELRS CRADLES- CRADLE, to hold lovingly [v]
RECLADS- RECLAD, to clad again [v]
SCALDER/S that which scalds [n -S]

25/ACDELRU -CAULDER CAULD, cold (having no warmth) [adj]

26/ACDELST CASTLED- CASTLE, to make a certain move in chess [v]
SCLATED- SCLATE, to slate [v]

27/ACDELTU CLAUTED CLAUT, to scratch (to make a thin, shallow cut on) [v]

28/ACDERSU CRUSADE/DRS to engage in a holy war [v CRUSADED, CRUSADING, CRUSADES]
SCAURED SCAUR, to frighten (to make afraid, to scare, also FRIGHT) [v]

29/ACDIOSTX DOXASTIC/S the branch of logic concerned with belief [n -S]

30/ACEEMNNO CANOEMEN CANOEMAN, a canoeist [n]

31/ACEFGOST GEOFACTS- GEOFACT, a rock chipped by nature to look man-made [n]

32/ACEGMORS SCARMOGE/S a skirmish [n -S]

33/ACEHRT CHARET-/S a chariot [n -S]
B/RACHET-/S a mechanism which allows motion in one direction only [n -S] / to move by a rachet mechanism, also RATCHET [v -ED, -ING, -S]

34/ACELNSU CENSUAL pertaining to a census [adj]
LACUNES- LACUNE, an empty space or missing part, also LACUNA [n]
LAUNCES- LAUNCE, to pierce (to thrust, or make a hole through) [v]
UNLACES- UNLACE, to unfasten the laces of [v]
UNSCALE/DS to remove the scales from [v UNSCALED, UNSCALING, UNSCALES]

35/ACELRSU CESURAL- of a breathing space in a line of verse [adj]
RECUSAL/S the act of recusing (to disqualify or challenge as judge in a particular case) [n -S]
SECULAR-/S a layman (a member of the laity) [n -S]

36/ACELSTU CAUTELS- CAUTEL, wariness (the state of being wary (watchful (closely alert))) [n]
SULCATE/D having long, narrow furrows, also SULCATED [adj]

37/ACENRSST CRANTSES CRANTS, a type of garland [n]

38/ACENSSTU CANTUSES CANTUS, (Latin) a melody or chant, esp in mediaeval ecclesiastical music [n]
NUTCASES- NUTCASE, a crazy person [n]

39/ACNOOP POONAC/S coconut-oil cake [n -S]

40/ADDEGILS ADELGIDS- ADELGID, a kind of small insect related to the aphids [n]
-GLADDIES- GLADDIE, colloquial name for a gladiolus flower [n]

41/ADEFILSY DAYFLIES DAYFLY, a mayfly (a winged insect) [n]
LADYFIES LADYFY, to make a lady of, also LADIFY [v]

42/ADEFNSU SNAFUED SNAFU, to cause confusion [v]
UNDEAFS- UNDEAF, to free from deafness [v]

43/ADEFRSU FADEURS- FADEUR, dullness (the state of being dull, also DULNESS) [n]

44/ADEGILLS GALLISED- GALLISE, to add water and sugar to wine, also GALLIZE [v]

45/ADEGISSU DISUSAGE/S gradual cessation of use [n -S]

46/ADEGMORW WORDGAME/S a game in which words are used [n -S]

47/ADEHILSW WHAISLED- WHAISLE, to wheeze, also WHAIZLE [v]

48/ADEHLRS HARELDS- HARELD, the long-tailed duck [n]
HERALDS- HERALD, to proclaim (to make known) [v]

49/ADEHNSU B/UNHEADS- UNHEAD, to decapitate [v]

50/ADEILMSY DYSMELIA/S the condition of being dysmelic [n -S]

51/ADEINNSX DISANNEX to disjoin (to separate (to keep apart)) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

52/ADEJLOSU JALOUSED- JALOUSE, to suspect, also JEALOUSE [v]

53/ADELNSW WANDLES- WANDLE, (dialect) to walk haltingly [v]

54/ADELNUW UNLAWED UNLAW, to annul (to declare void) [v]

55/ADELPST SPALTED SPALT, to split (to separate lengthwise) [v]
STAPLED- STAPLE, to fasten with a U-shaped metal clip [v]

56/ADEMNSU MEDUSAN-/S a jellyfish, also MEDUSA, MEDUSOID [n -S]
SUDAMEN/S (Latin) a whitish vesicle due to the retention of sweat in the sweat ducts or under the skin [n SUDAMINA or SUDAMENS]

57/ADENOOZ ENDOZOA ENDOZOON, a parasite within, such as a tapeworm, also ENTOZOON [n]

58/ADEOSSTT ASSOTTED ASSOT, to make a fool of [v]

59/AEEILM MEALIE/RS an ear of corn, also MIELIE [n -S]

60/AEELSST ALTESSE/S highness, also ALTEZA, ALTEZZA [n -S]
STEALES- STEALE, a handle [n]
-TEASELS- TEASEL, to raise a nap on fabric, also TEAZEL, TEAZLE [v]

61/AEELSTY EYALETS- EYALET, a Turkish province [n]

62/AEEORRVY OVERYEAR/S to keep into a further year or more [v -ED, -ING, -S]

63/AEFGLORW GAREFOWL/S the great auk, also GAIRFOWL [n -S]

64/AEFLNSU FLAUNES- FLAUNE, a custard, also FLAWN, FLAMM [n]

65/AEFLSTU FLUATES- FLUATE, a fluoride (a compound of fluorine, also FLUORID) [n]
SULFATE/DS to treat with sulfuric acid, also SULPHATE [v SULFATED, SULFATING, SULFATES]

66/AEGLLNS LEGLANS- LEGLAN, a milking pail, also LEGLEN, LEGLIN [n]

67/AEHIIMOP HEMIOPIA/S loss of one eye's vision [n HEMIOPIAS]

68/AEHILSUV VIHUELAS- VIHUELA, a Spanish musical instrument [n]

69/AEHIQU HAIQUE/S an Arab head covering, also HAIK, HAICK, HYKE [n -S]

70/AEHKMOPW MOPEHAWK/S an owl [n -S]

71/AEHLNSU UNHEALS- UNHEAL, to disclose (to reveal (to make known)) [v]
UNLEASH to free from a leash [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
UNSHALE/DS to reveal (to make known) [v UNSHALED, UNSHALING, UNSHALES]

72/AEIILMR RAMILIE/S a type of wig, also RAMILLIE [n -S]

73/AELMNSU MENSUAL monthly [adj]

74/AELNPSU UPLEANS- UPLEAN, to rest one's weight [v]

75/AELNSUW UNWEALS- UNWEAL, an affliction [n]

76/AELPRSU PERUSAL/S the act of perusing (to read (to look at and understand written matter)) [n -S]
PLEURAS- PLEURA, a membrane that covers the lungs [n]
SERPULA/ES a member of a genus of marine annelids or tubeworms also SERPULID [n SERPULAE or SERPULAS]

77/AELPSTU PULSATE/DS to expand and contract rhythmically, also PULSE [v PULSATED, PULSATING, PULSATES]
PUTEALS- PUTEAL, a wall around the top of a well [n]
SPATULE/S a mixing implement, also SPATULA [n -S]

78/AENNOSSU UNSEASON/S to affect disagreeably [v -ED, -ING, -S]

79/AENPT PATEN-/ST a plate, also PATIN [n -S]
TAPEN- made of tape [adj]

80/AFIMR FRAIM/S a stranger, also FREMD, FREMIT [n -S]

81/AIILLMRT
82/AIILMRS SIMILAR being alike but not identical [adj]

83/AIMNSTTU ANTISMUT opposed to pornography [adj]

84/AINUX AUXIN/S a growth promoting substance [n -S]

85/AIRST AIRTS- AIRT, to direct (to control or conduct the affairs of) [v]
AP/ARTIS-/T ARTI, the daily ritual of the lamps on the Ganges, also AARTI [n]
-ASTIR on the move [adj]
KT/-RAITS- RAIT, to expose to moisture [v]
SITAR/S an Indian lute, also SITTAR [n -S]
STAIR/S a series of steps [n -S]
STRIA/E a thin groove, stripe or streak [n STRIAE]
TARSI-/A TARSUS, a part of the foot [n]
TIARS- TIAR, a tiara (a jewelled headpiece) [n]

86/BDEILRS BIRSLED- BIRSLE, to scorch (to burn slightly) [v]
BRIDLES- BRIDLE, to check or restrain [v]

87/BDEILRU BLUDIER- BLUDY, stained with blood, also BLOODY, BLUDIE, BLUIDY [adj]
BUILDER/S one who builds (to construct) [n -S]
P/REBUILD/S to build again [v REBUILDED, REBUILT, REBUILDING, REBUILDS]

88/BDEINSU BEDUINS- BEDUIN, a nomadic Arab, also BEDOUIN, BEDAWIN, BEDU [n]
-BUNDIES BUNDY, to clock on or clock off work [v]

89/BDEISTU BUISTED BUIST, to brand livestock [v]
SUBEDIT/S to act as assistant editor [v -ED, -ING, -S]

90/BEEOORRT BOORTREE/S the elder-tree, also BOURTREE, BOUNTREE [n -S]

91/BEGILNOV BELOVING BELOVE, to love (to feel great affection for) [v]

92/BEGIMNOS BESOMING BESOM, to sweep (to clean with a broom) [v]

93/BEIINNRS BRINNIES BRINNY, (Australian slang) a stone, when thrown, also YONNIE [n]

94/BEILOT BETOIL/S to weary with toil [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BOLETI BOLETUS, a fungus (any of the major group of lower plants) [n]

95/BEILSTU BLUIEST BLUEY, somewhat blue [adj]
SUBTILE-/R insidious, also SUBTLE [adj SUBTILER, SUBTILEST]

96/BFIINR FIBRIN/S an insoluble protein, also FIBROIN [n -S]

97/CDEILRU LUCIDER LUCID, easily understood [adj]

98/CDEILTU DUCTILE easily shaped [adj]
DULCITE/S a saccharine substance derived from plants, also DULCITOL, DULCOSE [n -S]

99/CDEINSU -CUNDIES CUNDY, a tunnel, also CONDIE [n]
INCUDES INCUS, a bone in the middle ear [n]
INCUSED- INCUSE, to mark by stamping [v]
INDUCES- INDUCE, to persuade (to induce by reasoning or entreaty, also PERSWADE) [v]

100/CDEIRSU CRUISED- CRUISE, to progress smoothly [v]
DISCURE/DS to find out, also DISCOVER, DISCOURE [v DISCURED, DISCURING, DISCURES]

101/CDIST E/DICTS- DICT, to dictate (to read aloud for recording) [v]

102/CEFGIOST ECOGIFTS- ECOGIFT, a donation of land to the government for ecological purposes [n]

103/CEFIILST FELSITIC having quartz and feldspar mixed, also FELSIC [adj]

104/CEGHIOST GOTCHIES underpants [n]

105/CEIINNST INSCIENT ignorant [adj]

106/CEIIRSTT RECTITIS inflammation of the rectum [n -ES]

107/CEILRSU CURLIES/T CURLI, curled hairlike processes on the E coli bacteria [n]

108/CHILO CHOIL/S the end of a knife blade nearer the handle [n -S]
CHOLI/CS a type of bodice (a corset) [n -S]

109/CHOTT CHOTT/S a saline lake, also SHOTT [n -S]

110/DDEIORRS DISORDER/S to disarrange [v -ED, -ING, -S]
SORDIDER SORDID, squalid (filthy, neglected) [adj]

111/DEEEGRRS REGREDES- REGREDE, to retrograde [v]

112/DEHLP DELPH/S a type of earthenware originating in the Dutch city of Delft, also DELF, DELFT, DELFTWARE [n -S]

113/DINRU UNRID unridden (not ridden) [adj]

114/EEHNNOOT ETHONONE/S a toxic gas, also KETENE [n -S]

115/EENNR BF/RENNE/DST to run (to move by rapid steps) [v RENNED, RENNING, RENNES]

116/EEPTTUW TWEETUP/S an online meeting of individuals arranged on the social networking website Twitter [n TWEETUPS]

117/EFIIRSTT D/RIFTIEST RIFTY, having fissures [adj]

118/EGIMOSTW TWIGSOME composed of many twigs [adj]

119/EGINOPSY POESYING POESY, to utter poetry [v]

120/EGIOPRSY PYROGIES PYROGY, (Russian) a small dumpling with a filling also PEROGI, PEROGIE, PEROGY, PIEROGI, PIROGI, PYROHY [n]

121/EGIRV GIVER-/S one that gives (to transfer freely to another's possession) [n -S]
VIRGE/RS the brink (an extreme edge) [n -S]

122/EIILMNTT MELITTIN/S a toxic polypeptide found in bee venom, responsible for the pain of the sting [n -S]

123/EIIMNRRU UNMIRIER UNMIRY, not miry [adj]

124/EIINNPRS SPINNIER SPINNY, crazy, foolish [adj]

125/EIIPRSTT RISPETTI RISPETTO, an Italian folk-song with eight-line stanzas [n]
SPITTIER SPITTY, marked with saliva [adj]
S/TRIPIEST TRIPY, worthless [adj]

126/EIKOORS KOORIES KOORI, an Australian aborigine [n]
B/ROOKIES-/T ROOKIE, a novice (a beginner (a novice)) [n]

127/EIKOOST STOOKIE/S (Scots) a statue [n -S]

128/EILOOTZ -ZOOLITE/S a fossil animal, also ZOOLITH [n -S]

129/EINOTTT TOTIENT/S the number of totitives of a number [n -S]

130/EIORRRT RORTIER RORTY, rowdy (disorderly in behavior) [adj]
TERROIR/S the combination of factors, such as soil and climate, that gives a wine its character [n -S]

131/EIORTTT TOTTIER- TOTTY, dazed [adj]

132/EIOSSTTU TOUSIEST TOUSY, shaggy (covered with long coarse hair) [adj]

133/EIOSTTT -STOTTIE/S a wedge of bread cut from a round loaf and stuffed with meat or cheese [n -S]
S/TOTTIES-/T TOTTIE, a small child (a young person) [n]

134/EIRSTTTW -TWITTERS- TWITTER, to chirp (to utter a short, shrill sound) [v]

135/ELNY LYNE/S linen (a fabric woven from the fibres of flax) [n -S]

136/GILLUY GLUILY GLUEY, resembling glue [adv]
UGLILY UGLY, offensive to sight [adv]

137/GILORSTT TRIGLOTS- TRIGLOT, a book written in three languages [n]

138/GINNOSTU SNOUTING SNOUT, to provide with a nozzle [v]
STOUNING STOUN, to stun (to render unconscious) [v]

139/HIOSTW WHOSIT/S an object or person whose name is not known [n -S]

140/ILNOORTW TOILWORN worn down by toil [adj]

141/IMMSY MIMSY prim (rigidly proper) [adj MIMSIER, MIMSIEST]

142/INOORSST ISOTRONS- ISOTRON, a device for separating isotopes [n]
TORSIONS- TORSION, the act of twisting [n]

143/OORST ROOST-/S to prepare for sleep by perching [v -ED, -ING, -S]
W/-ROOTS-/Y ROOT, to implant in the earth [v]
ROTOS- ROTO, a type of printing process [n]
STOOR/S a battle [n -S]
TOROS-/E TORO, a bull [n]
TORSO-/S the trunk of the human body [n TORSOS or TORSI]