1/AABDELRS BASELARD/S a dagger [n -S]

2/AABDELRW DRAWABLE able to be drawn [adj]

3/AABDIORR AIRBOARD/S an inflatable board that is used in sport of airboarding [n -S]

4/AABILOTT BOATTAIL/S a North American bird [n -S]

5/AABILQST QABALIST/S someone who finds hidden meanings in sacred texts, also CABALIST, KABALIST, KABBALIST [n -S]

6/AABIORRS SORBARIA/S a small Asiatic shrub [n -S]

7/AADEEGLR LAAGERED LAAGER, to form a defensive encampment, also LAGER [v]

8/AADEKLRW LAKEWARD/S facing a lake also LAKEWARDS [adj]

9/AADELPRS PARDALES- PARDALE, a leopard, also PARDAL, PARDALIS [n]

10/AAEIMOPR PAROEMIA/CLS a proverb [n -S]

11/AAELSTT SALTATE/DS to undergo an abrupt mutation [v SALTATED, SALTATING, SALTATES]

12/AAGI ST/AIGA/S an extended family (Samoa), also AINGA [n -S]

13/AAHNT THANA-/HS an Indian police station, also TANA, TANNA, TANNAH, THANAH, THANNA, THANNAH [n -S]

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

15/AALPS J/-ALAPS- ALAP, the introductory section of a raga, also ALAAP, ALAPA [n]
-PAALS- PAAL, a pale, a post driven into the ground [n]
-PALAS the dhak tree [n -ES]
PALSA-/S (Finnish) a landform of subarctic regions [n -S]
PLAAS (Afrikaans) a farm [n -ES]
SALPA-/ES a free-swimming small marine animal, also SALP, SALPIAN, SALPID [n SALPAS or SALPAE]

16/ABDEEGR REBADGE/DS to market a product under a new brand name [v REBADGED, REBADGING, REBADGES]

17/ABDEFNRU FABURDEN/S a harmony (agreement) [n -S]

18/ABDELNRY BENADRYL/S antihistamine used to treat nasal allergic reactions [n -S]
BYLANDER/S a two masted Dutch cargo vessel [n -S]

19/ABDEMRTU DRUMBEAT/S the sound of a drum [n -S]
UMBRATED faintly traced [adj]

20/ABDERSTY DRYBEATS- DRYBEAT, to beat without drawing blood [v]

21/ABDILOTY TABLOIDY- pertaining to a tabloid (a small newspaper) [adj]

22/ABDIOSU BADIOUS chestnut-coloured [adj]

23/ABDLNOR BANDROL/S a streamer (a long narrow flag) [n -S]

24/ABEEGHRT BERTHAGE/S accomodation for mooring [n -S]

25/ABEEGLR BEAGLER-/S one who hunts with beagles [n -S]

26/ABEEGRS ABREGES- ABREGE, an abridgement [n]
BAREGES- BAREGE, a silky dress fabric [n]
BARGEES-/E BARGEE, a bargeman (the manager opf a barge) [n]

27/ABEFLNRU FUNEBRAL dismal, also FUNEREAL [adj]

28/ABEIKLOO KABLOOIE an interjection expressing an abrupt happening also KABLOOEY [interj]

29/ABELMNST SEMBLANT/S a likeness or copy [n -S]

30/ABELRSTW BLEWARTS- BLEWART, the harebell (the Scottish bluebell, also HAIRBELL) [n]

31/ABEMNSTU SUBMENTA/L SUBMENTUM, part of an insect's lower lip [n]

32/ABENNST BANNETS- BANNET, a bonnet [n]

33/ABGINNST -BANTINGS- BANTING, an ox, also BANTENG [n]

34/ABILMORS LABORISM/S a support for workers' rights, also LABOURISM [n -S]
MISLABOR/S to labor badly also MISLABOUR [v -ED, -ING, -S]

35/ABILMOTU BUMALOTI/S an Indian fish dried as food, also BUMMALO, BUMALO [n -S]

36/ABILOPST BIOPLAST/S a minute portion of protoplasm [n -S]

37/ABLNTU BUNTAL/S the straw of the talipot palm [n -S]
TULBAN/S a head-covering [n -S]

38/ABORSTU ABORTUS an aborted fetus [n -ES]
OUTBARS- OUTBAR, to form a barrier [v]
ROBUSTA-/S a coffee grown in Africa [n -S]
RUBATOS- RUBATO, distorted rhythm [n]
TABOURS- TABOUR, to beat on a small drum, also TABOR, TABER [v]

39/ABTWY BAWTY a dog [n BAWTIES]

40/ACDDERTU TRADUCED- TRADUCE, to defame (to destroy the reputation of) [v]

41/ACDEHNRU BCG/RAUNCHED RAUNCH, to tear away [v]
UNARCHED not arched [adj]

42/ACDELNRY CALENDRY a place where calendaring is done [n CALENDRIES]

43/ACDENPRU PRAUNCED- PRAUNCE, to prance (to parade ostentatiously) [v]

44/ACDERTUV CURVATED- bent in a regular form [adj]

45/ACDILMOR DROMICAL pertaining to a race-course [adj]

46/ACDIMNOS MANDIOCS- MANDIOC, a plant of the Manihot genus [n]
MONACIDS- MONACID, a type of acid, also MONOACID [n]

47/ACDLNOT COTLAND/S land belonging to a cottage [n -S]

48/ACDNORU CANDOUR/S frankness, sincerity, also CANDOR [n -S]
CAUDRON/S a caldron (a large kettle or boiler, also CAULDRON) [n -S]

49/ACEEGHNR ENCHARGE/DS to enjoin (to order or direct) [v ENCHARGED, ENCHARGING, ENCHARGES]
GRENACHE/S a kind of black grape; a red wine made from this [n -S]
RECHANGE/DS to change again [v RECHANGED, RECHANGING, RECHANGES]

50/ACEEGNRY REAGENCY a substance with a characteristic reaction, also REAGENT [n REAGENCIES]

51/ACEFLRTU CRATEFUL/S the contents of a crate [n -S]
FULCRATE supported by fulcrums [adj]

52/ACEGOW COWAGE/S a tropical vine, also COWHAGE [n -S]

53/ACEHLNST STANCHEL/S an upright beam [n -S]

54/ACEHLRST ARCHLETS- ARCHLET, a little arch [n]
TRACHLES- TRACHLE, to draggle, also TRAUCHLE [v]

55/ACEHLRTU ARCHLUTE/S a large lute [n -S]
TRAUCHLE/DS to draggle, also TRACHLE [v TRAUCHLED, TRAUCHLING, TRAUCHLES]

56/ACEILORR CARRIOLE/S a small open carriage, also CARIOLE [n -S]

57/ACELMNRU CRUMENAL/S a purse [n -S]

58/ACELNPST CLAPNETS- CLAPNET, a type of net [n]

59/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]

60/ACENPRSU ENCARPUS a frieze decoration of festooned fruit [n -ES]
PRAUNCES- PRAUNCE, to prance (to parade ostentatiously) [v]

61/ACEPRSTU CAPTURES- CAPTURE, to take by force or cunning [v]
PRESCUTA PRESCUTUM, in insects, a plate in front of the scutum [n]

62/ACET -CATE-/RS a choice food [n -S]
-TACE/ST a piece of armour for the upper thigh, also TASSET, TASSE, TUILLE [n -S]

63/ACFILORT TRIFOCAL/S a type of lens [n -S]

64/ACFILRTY CRAFTILY CRAFTY, skillful in deceiving [adv]

65/ACHILNOS LICHANOS the string struck by the forefinger [n -ES]

66/ACIILMRT MARLITIC pertaining to marlite (a type of marl) [adj]

67/ACIILRTU URALITIC pertaining to uralite (a mineral) [adj]

68/ACIIM AMICI AMICUS, an unbiased advisor in court [n]

69/ACILNOPS SALPICON/S a pate and pastry filling [n -S]

70/ACILOPST CAPITOLS- CAPITOL, a building occupied by a state legislature [n]
COALPITS- COALPIT, a pit from which coal is obtained [n]
POSTICAL of plant parts, behind, also POSTICOUS [adj]
TOPICALS- TOPICAL, a postage stamp forming part of a set or collection with designs connected with the same subject [n]

71/ACILORRS RACLOIRS- RACLOIR, a scraper (one that scrapes (to rub and make a grating sound)) [n]

72/ACILORSV CORIVALS- CORIVAL, to rival (to strive to equal or surpass) [v]

73/ACILOSTV VOCALIST/S a singer (one who sings (to utter melodious musical sounds)) [n -S]
VOLATICS- VOLATIC, a creature with wings [n]

74/ACIOPTT -APTOTIC grammatically uninflected [adj]

75/ACIRTU -TAURIC relating to a bull [adj]
URATIC pertaining to urate (a chemical salt) [adj]
URTICA/S a plant of the nettle genus [n -S]

76/ACLNOST COLTANS- COLTAN, a metallic ore of columbite and tantalite, found in the Congo [n]

77/ACLORST CARLOTS- CARLOT, a peasant (a person of inferior social rank) [n]
CROTALS- CROTAL, a type of lichen, also CROTTLE [n]
-SCROTAL- pertaining to the scrotum [adj]

78/ACNORSU NACROUS pertaining to mother of pearl [adj]

79/ACNOSTU CONATUS an effort (exertion (the act of exerting (exert))) [n CONATUS]
NOCTUAS- NOCTUA, a type of moth (a winged insect) [n]
TOUCANS- TOUCAN, a tropical bird [n]

80/ADEEERR ARREEDE/S to declare, also AREAD, AREDE [v ARED or AREDD, ARREEDING, ARREEDES]

81/ADEEGMN ENDGAME/S the last stage of a board game [n -S]
MANEGED- MANEGE, to train horses [v]
A/MENAGED- MENAGE, to manage (to control or direct) [v]

82/ADEEGNV -AVENGED- AVENGE, to take retribution for, also VENGE [v]
VENDAGE/S the grape harvest, also VENDANGE [n -S]

83/ADEHNPTU UNPATHED not pathed [adj]

84/ADELNPRY PANDERLY acting as a procurer [adj]
REPANDLY REPAND, having a wavy margin [adv]

85/ADELW -DWALE/S deadly nightshade [n -S]
BCF/-LAWED LAW, to take to court [v]
S/WALED- WALE, to mark with welts [v]
WEALD-/S a woodland (land covered with trees) [n -S]

86/ADEMPRST -STRAMPED STRAMP, to tread (to walk on, over, or along) [v]

87/ADENPRUY UNDERPAY/S to pay less than is deserved [v UNDERPAID, UNDERPAYING, UNDERPAYS]
UNPRAYED UNPRAY, to revoke the praying of [v]

88/ADEORT -DOATER/S one who dotes, also DOTER [n -S]
B/-ORATED- ORATE, to speak formally [v]
T/ROATED- ROATE, to learn by repetition, also ROTE [v]
TROADE-/S a track, also TROAD [n -S]

89/ADERSTVY STRAYVED- STRAYVE, (English dialect) to wander aimlessly [v]

90/ADHNORU UNHOARD/S to take from a hoard [v -ED, -ING, -S]

91/ADILNOPY PALINODY a poem which retracts an earlier poem, also PALINODE [n PALINODIES]

92/ADIOPRSV PRIVADOS- PRIVADO, a private friend [n]

93/ADIORT -ADROIT skillful (having skill, also SKILFUL, SKILLY) [adj ADROITER, ADROITEST]
OTARID of or like an otary, an eared seal [adj]

94/ADLNOTY TOYLAND/S the toy industry [n -S]

95/AEEEGMRT METERAGE/S the process of metering [n -S]

96/AEEEGRT ETAGERE/S a display stand [n -S]

97/AEEGHNPR GRAPHENE/S a film of graphite with a thickness of one atom [n -S]

98/AEEGLPR PEREGAL/S an equal [n -S]

99/AEEGLRW LEGWEAR/S anything worn on the legs [n -S]

100/AEEGMRS -MEAGRES-/T MEAGRE, a large Mediterranean food fish, also MAIGRE [n]

101/AEEGMRU REMUAGE/S the process of turning wine bottles [n -S]

102/AEEGPRS ASPERGE/DRS to sprinkle (to scatter drops on) [v ASPERGED, ASPERGING, ASPERGES]
PRESAGE/DRS to foretell (to tell about in advance) [v PRESAGED, PRESAGING, PRESAGES]

103/AEEIPR EPEIRA/S a type of spider, also EPEIRID [n -S]
PEREIA PEREION, a crustacean's thorax, also PERAEON, PEREON [n]

104/AEFHLRST FARTHELS- FARTHEL, an oatmeal cake, also FARL, FARLE [n]

105/AEFTW FETWA/S a religious decree of death [n -S]

106/AEGGIRT S/TAGGIER TAGGY, matted into tags [adj]

107/AEGLNRSS -SLANGERS- SLANGER, a hawker (a peddler (one who peddles, also PEDLAR, PEDLER)) [n]

108/AEHLNSTY NAYTHLES notwithstanding [adv]

109/AEHMRSTU MAUTHERS- MAUTHER, an awkward girl, also MAWR, MAWTHER [n]

110/AEIINNRT TRIENNIA/L TRIENNIUM, a period of three years [n]

111/AEILNS -ALIENS- ALIEN, to transfer to another as property [v]
MSV/-ALINES- ALINE, to arrange in a straight line [v]
ELAINS- ELAIN, a glyceride of oleic acid, also OLEIN, OLEINE, TRIOLEIN [n]
LIANES- LIANE, a tropical vine, also LIANA [n]
-SALINE/S a salt solution [n -S]
SILANE/S a chemical compound [n -S]

112/AEILPS -ESPIAL/S the act of espying (to catch sight of) [n -S]
LAIPSE/DS (English dialect) to thrash soundly [v LAIPSED, LAIPSING, LAIPSES]
LIPASE-/S an enzyme (a complex protein, also ENZYM) [n -S]
PILEAS- PILEA, pileum (the top of a bird's head) [n]

113/AEILQSTU LIQUATES- LIQUATE, to purify metal by heating [v]
TEQUILAS- TEQUILA, a Mexican liquor, also TEQUILLA [n]

114/AELMNPRS LAMPERNS- LAMPERN, a primitive fish-like vertebrate, also LAMPER, LAMPREY [n]

115/AELNNP PENNAL-/S a German freshman [n -S]

116/AELNRSVY SYLVANER/S a german grape [n -S]

117/AELNRUWY UNWARELY unwarily (not wary, also UNWARIE) [adv]

118/AELNV ELVAN/S a granular rock, also ELVANITE [n -S]
-NAVEL-/S a depression in the abdomen [n -S]
VENAL- open to bribery [adj]

119/AEMNPSTU PUTAMENS- PUTAMEN, (Latin) a fruit stone; a membrane lining an eggshell [n]
SPUMANTE/S a sparkling Italian white wine [n -S]

120/AENO P/-AEON/S a vast age, also EON [n -S]
EOAN pertaining to dawn [adj]

121/AENORWZ WARZONE/S a region of armed conflict [n -S]

122/AENPV PAVEN-/S a slow formal dance, also PAVANE [n -S]

123/AEOTW AWETO/S a wormlike fungus, also AWATO, AWHATO, AWHETO [n -S]

124/AERTTV -TAVERT- stupid (mentally slow) [adj]
VATTER/S one who uses a vat [n -S]

125/AFGIINW WAIFING WAIF, to throw away [v]

126/AFHK KHAF/S a Hebrew letter, also KAF, KAPH, KHAPH [n -S]

127/AFIIMN INFIMA INFIMUM, a mathematical term for the greatest lower bound [n]

128/AFINTY FAINTY- somewhat faint, also FAINTISH [adj FAINTIER, FAINTIEST]

129/AFLNOTU NUTLOAF a savoury loaf made from nuts, vegetables, rice, etc [n NUTLOAVES]

130/AFORSTU FAUTORS- FAUTOR, a favourer (one that favors, also FAVORER) [n]
FOUTRAS- FOUTRA, a worthless fig, also FOOTRA [n]

131/AGINNRTT -TRANTING TRANT, to hawk (to peddle (to sell or offer for sale)) [v]

132/AGIPR GRAIP/S a fork [n -S]
PAGRI/S a turban, also PUGGERY [n -S]

133/AGLOO AGLOO/S a hole in the ice through which a seal breathes, also AGLU [n -S]

134/AHILMOST HALIMOTS- HALIMOT, the court of a guild, also HALIMOTE [n]
MAILSHOT/S targeted advertising in the form of a piece of junk mail [n -S]

135/AHIOPRSU OPHIURAS- OPHIURA, a type of starfish, also OPHIURAN, OPHIURID [n]

136/AIILMN LIMINA/L LIMEN, a sensory threshold [n]

137/AIILNSTY SALINITY a concentration of salt [n SALINITIES]

138/AIIMR IMARI/S a richly decorated Japanese porcelain [n -S]

139/AIINNOPS PIANINOS- PIANINO, an upright piano [n]

140/AIIORSTT AORTITIS inflammation of the aorta [n -ES]

141/AIIPR PIRAI/S a ferocious, carnivorous South American fish, also PIRANHA, PERAI, PIRANA, PIRAYA [n -S]

142/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]

143/AILNOPSY POLYNIAS- POLYNIA, open water surrounded by sea ice, also POLYNYA [n]

144/AILQSTTU QUITTALS- QUITTAL, a requital (payment in return) [n]

145/ALNORUY UNROYAL not royal [adj]

146/ALOTT LOTTA (colloq.) a lot of also LOTSA [n]
TOTAL/S to amount to [v TOTALLED or TOTALED, TOTALLING or TOTALING, TOTALS]

147/AMNOSTU -AMOUNTS- AMOUNT, to come in total [v]
MOUTANS- MOUTAN, a tree peony [n]
OUTMANS- OUTMAN, to surpass in manpower [v]

148/AOPRSTU -ASPROUT in a sprouting state [adv]

149/AORTT C/OTTAR/S a fragrant oil, also OTTO [n -S]
TAROT-/S playing cards used for fortune-telling [n -S]
TORTA-/S in mining, a flat circular pile of silver ore [n -S]
TROAT/S to bellow (to roar like a bull) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

150/AORTY NRV/OTARY a big-eared seal [n OTARIES]
YARTO/S an endearment, also YARTA [n -S]

151/BCEILNRU RUNCIBLE as in runcible spoon, a spoon with fork tines [adj]

152/BCEIRSTU BRUCITES- BRUCITE, a type of mineral [n]

153/BCORS SCROB/ES to scrape with or as with claws [v SCROBBED, SCROBBING, SCROBS]

154/BDEGINO BINGOED BINGO, to play all seven of one's tiles at Scrabble [v]
BOINGED BOING, to reverberate by bouncing, also BOINK [v]

155/BDENRTU -BRUNTED BRUNT, to bear the chief stress of [v]

156/BEEGILR GLEBIER GLEBY, cloddy (lumpy (full of lumps)) [adj]

157/BEEGIMNT BEMETING BEMETE, to measure (to compare with a standard) [v]

158/BEEGINRV BEVERING BEVER, to snack [v]

159/BEEGIST BEIGEST- BEIGE, greyish buff with a hint of pink [adj]

160/BEGGINO BEGOING BEGO, to beset (to assail (to attack (to assault))) [v]

161/BEGILNO IGNOBLE/R unworthy (not worthy) [adj IGNOBLER, IGNOBLEST]
INGLOBE/DS to form into a globe, also ENGLOBE [v INGLOBED, INGLOBING, INGLOBES]

162/BENRSTU BRUNETS- BRUNET, a dark-haired male [n]
BUNTERS- BUNTER, one who bunts (to butt (to hit with the head)) [n]
BURNETS- BURNET, a perennial herb [n]
BURSTEN BURST, to break open violently also BRAST, BRUST [v]
SUBRENT/S to sublet or rent out (a property that is already rented) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

163/CDEEGIR GRIECED- in heraldry, placed upon steps [adj]

164/CEEGHINR CHEERING/S the act of encouraging [n -S]
B/-REECHING REECH, to emit smoke [v]

165/CEEGIRS CIERGES- CIERGE, a type of candle, also CERGE [n]
GRECISE/DS to provide with a Greek style, also GRECIZE, GRAECIZE, GRAECISE [v GRECISED, GRECISING, GRECISES]
GRIECES- GRIECE, a step, also GRECE, GRECIAN, GREECE, GREESE, GREESING, GRESE, GRESSING, GRIZE [n]

166/CEELOTV COVELET/S a small cove [n -S]

167/CEFIRSTU FRUTICES FRUTEX, a shrub [n]

168/CEHH -HECH/T an exclamation of surprise [interj]

169/CEHILNST LINCHETS- LINCHET, a boundary, also LINCH [n]
TINCHELS- TINCHEL, a circle of men who hunt deer [n]

170/CEIIMR CIMIER/S the crest of a helmet [n -S]

171/CEIKNOR CONKIER CONKY, full of a tree fungus [adj]

172/CEIKORT S/TOCKIER TOCKY, muddy (covered with mud) [adj]

173/CEILSTU CLUIEST CLUEY, (Aust. sl.) well-informed and adroit [adj]
LUCITES- LUCITE, an acrylic resin or plastic consisting essentially of polymerized methyl methacrylate [n]
LUETICS- LUETIC, one infected with syphilis [n]

174/CEIPRSTU CREPITUS the sound made by a fractured joint [n -ES]
CUPRITES- CUPRITE, the ore of copper [n]
PICTURES- PICTURE, to form a likeness of [v]
PIECRUST/S the crust of a pie [n -S]

175/CELNRTU LECTURN/S a reading desk [n -S]

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

177/DEEGINV DEEVING DEEVE, to deafen, also DEAVE [v]

178/DEEGINY YEEDING YEED, to go or proceed also YEDE [v]

179/DEFILNU UNFILDE unpolished [adj]
UNFILED not filed [adj]

180/DEFINSU -FUNDIES- FUNDY, a radical within the German Green Party, also FUNDIE [n]
INFUSED- INFUSE, to permeate (to spread through) [v]

181/DEFORTU -FOUTRED- FOUTRE, to mess around, also FOUTER [v]

182/DEHILRTW WRITHLED wrinkled [adj]

183/DEIISTT DIETIST/S an authority on diets [n -S]
DITTIES DITTY, to put to music [v]
TIDIEST- TIDY, neat and orderly [adj]

184/DEILMNU LUMINED- LUMINE, to light up [v]
UNLIMED- UNLIME, to free from lime [v]

185/DEILMST MILDEST MILD, gentle in temper and disposition [adj]
MISTLED- MISTLE, to rain in small drops [v]

186/DEILNPS SPELDIN/GS a haddock (a food fish) [n -S]
SPINDLE/DRS to impale on a slender rod [v SPINDLED, SPINDLING, SPINDLES]
SPLINED- SPLINE, to provide with a key to make a wheel and shaft revolve [v]

187/DEILPRU PRELUDI/O PRELUDIO, a prelude [n]

188/DEILRSW REWILDS- REWILD, to release (an animal) from captivity into the wild to return (land) to a natural, undeveloped state [v]
SWIRLED SWIRL, to move with a whirling motion [v]
WILDERS- WILDER, to cause to stray [v]

189/DEILSTY DISTYLE/S a portico with two columns [n -S]

190/DEIMPRST DIREMPTS- DIREMPT, to separate into two [v]

191/DEIMSTU MUISTED MUIST, to powder (to reduce to fine dust-like particles) [v]
TEDIUMS- TEDIUM, the state of being tedious, also TAEDIUM [n]

192/DEINPSU UNIPEDS- UNIPED, a one-footed person or animal [n]
UNSPIDE unobserved [adj]
UNSPIED unobserved [adj]

193/DEIPRSU PUDSIER PUDSY, podgy also PUDSEY [adj]
SIRUPED SIRUP, to make into syrup [v]
UPDRIES UPDRY, to dry completely [v]

194/DENPRTU PRUDENT cautious, wise and discreet in conduct [adj]
-PRUNTED ornamented with a prunt [adj]
UPTREND/S a tendency toward growth [n -S]

195/DIILNOST TOLIDINS- TOLIDIN, a chemical compound, also TOLIDINE [n]

196/EEFGILT GEFILTE as in gefilte fish, a dish of fish stuffed with various ingredients, also GEFULLTE [adj]

197/EEFGINS FEESING FEESE, to unsettle, also FAZE, FEASE, FEAZE, FEEZE, PHEESE, PHEEZE, PHESE [v]

198/EEFLOOV FOVEOLE/ST a small fovea, also FOVEOLA, FOVEOLET, VARIOLE [n -S]

199/EEFRTW FEWTER/S to set in a rest, also FEUTRE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

200/EEGHINPT PHENGITE/S a transparent stone [n -S]

201/EEGILNP BCS/LEEPING LEEP, to boil (to vaporize liquid) [v]
S/PEELING/S a piece or strip that has been peeled off [n -S]

202/EEGIMNRY EMERYING EMERY, to coat with emery (a polishing powder) [v]

203/EEGINPRV -PREEVING PREEVE, to prove, also PREVE, PRIEVE [v]

204/EEGINSW SEEWING/S (Spenser) prosecution, pursuit [n -S]
-SWEEING SWEE, to sway (to move slowly back and forth) [v]

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

206/EENORRV OVERREN/S to overrun (to swarm over) [v OVERRENNING, -S]

207/EFILOU FOULIE/S (Australian) a foul mood [n -S]

208/EFILSTU FLUIEST FLUEY, infected with the flu [adj]
SULFITE/S a chemical salt, also SULPHITE [n -S]

209/EFIPRSTU SUPERFIT exceptionally fit [adj]

210/EFNRSTU FUNSTER/S a joker (one who jokes (to say something amusing)) [n -S]
NETSURF/S to browse the internet for information [v -ED, -ING, -S]

211/EGHMNOU HUMOGEN/S a fertilizer [n -S]

212/EGILMNST S/MELTINGS- MELTING, the act of melting [n]
-SMELTING/S the act of smelting [n -S]

213/EGIUZ
214/EGNOV
215/EHILRSTW WHIRTLES- WHIRTLE, a perforated plate [n]
WHISTLER-/S one that whistles (to make a shrill sound) [n -S]

216/EHILRSU HURLIES HURLY, a large two-wheeled barrow [n]
FPS/LUSHIER LUSHY, tipsy [adj]

217/EHNRSTU CS/HUNTERS- HUNTER, one who hunts (to pursue (to follow, in order to overtake or capture, also PERSUE, POURSEW, POURSUE, PURSEW)) [n]
-SHUNTER/S one that shunts (to turn aside) [n -S]
UNHERST UNHEARSE, to remove from a hearse [v]

218/EHPT HEPT- heaped (Spenser) [adj]

219/EIILNNS LINNIES LINNY, a shed, also LINHAY, LINNEY [n]

220/EILMNSU EMULSIN/S a type of enzyme (a complex protein, also ENZYM) [n -S]
A/LUMINES- LUMINE, to light up [v]
UNLIMES- UNLIME, to free from lime [v]

221/EILMRSTY LYMITERS- LYMITER, one who limits, also LIMITER [n]

222/EILMTTUY MULTEITY manifoldness [n MULTEITIES]

223/EILMU P/ILEUM a part of the small intestine [n ILEA]
MULIE/S a western North American deer [n -S]

224/EILNSUY LUNYIES- LUNYIE, the loin (meat from the lower part of an animal's back) [n]

225/EILNTV VENTIL/S a valve in wind instruments [n -S]

226/EILPRSTY PRIESTLY characteristic of a priest [adj PRIESTLIER, PRIESTLIEST]
SPRITELY lively (full of energy) [adj SPRITELIER, SPRITELIEST]

227/EILPSTU PULIEST PULY, sickly (inclined to be ailing) [adj]
PUTELIS- PUTELI, a flat-bottomed boat [n]
STIPULE/DS an appendage at the base of a leaf [n -S]

228/EILRSUW WURLIES- WURLIE, an Aborigine hut, also WURLEY [n]

229/EIMNPSTU NUMPTIES NUMPTY, an idiot (a mentally deficient person) [n]

230/EIMRSTUV VITREUMS- VITREUM, a vitreous humour of the eye [n]

231/EIOPST POSTIE/S a postman (a mailman (a man who carries and delivers mail)) [n -S]
POTSIE/S a children's game, also POTSY [n -S]
SOPITE/DS to put to sleep [v SOPITED, SOPITING, SOPITES]

232/EIORTWZ TOWZIER TOWZY, shaggy (covered with long coarse hair) [adj]

233/ELNOSTUZ ZONULETS- ZONULET, a small belt or girdle [n]

234/ELNOU NOULE-/S the top of the head, also NOLL, NOLE, NOUL, NOWL [n -S]

235/EMNRSTU MUNSTER/S a mild cheese, also MUENSTER [n -S]
MUNTERS- MUNTER, an unattractive person [n]
STERNUM/S a long, flat supporting bone of most vertebrates [n STERNUMS or STERNA]

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

237/EMT -MET-/AEHS short for meteorology [n -S]

238/ENORRTUU TOURNURE/S a contour [n -S]

239/ENORSSTT SNOTTERS- SNOTTER, to sob (to cry with a convulsive catching of the breath) [v]
STENTORS- STENTOR, a person who has a very loud voice [n]

240/FIMTY MIFTY touchy (overly sensitive) [adj]

241/IIKOST OIKIST/S a colony founder, also OECIST [n -S]

242/IIKOTT TITOKI/S a New Zealand tree [n -S]

243/IJKO KOJI/S a Japanese fungus which breaks down soy beans into soy sauce [n -S]

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

245/INOOST NOSTOI NOSTOS, a Greek poem describing a return journey [n]
TOISON/S a fleece [n -S]

246/IORRT TRIOR-/S a person who tries [n -S]

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

248/IPU PIU-/M more (a musical direction) [adv]

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

250/LOPW LOWP-/S to leap, also LOUP [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-PLOW/S to turn soil with a farm implement, also PLOUGH [v -ED, -ING, -S]

251/LOUUV VOULU deliberate [adj]

252/LOW ABCFGPS/-LOW-/ENPST to utter the sound of cattle [v -ED, -ING, -S] / vulgar (crude (unrefined)) [adj LOWER, LOWEST]
BCDFGHJNSY/OWL-/SY to smuggle wool or sheep [v -ED, -ING, -S]

253/ORTW -ROWT-/HS to rummage out [v -ED, -ING, -S]
S/-TROW/S to suppose (to assume to be true) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-WORT/HS a plant, herb or vegetable [n -S]