1/AAADIRT DATARIA/S an officer who attends to papal bulls, also DATARY [n -S]
RADIATA/S a variety of pine tree, pinus radiata [n -S]

2/AAAGLNO ANALOGA- ANALOGON, analogue (something that bears a resemblance to something else, also ANALOG) [n]

3/AAAIPRST ASPIRATA/E a breathed sound like "ph" or "th" [n ASPIRATAE]

4/AABDDEIR -ABRAIDED ABRAID, to awake (to rouse from sleep) [v]

5/AABEIRSS AIRBASES- AIRBASE, a centre for controlling aircraft [n]
ARABISES- ARABIS, a trailing plant [n]

6/AABELNS BANSELA/S a gratuity to a black South African, also BONSELA, BONSELLA, PASELA [n -S]

7/AABELST -ABLATES- ABLATE, to remove by cutting [v]
CTW/-ASTABLE not stable [adj]

8/AABELTU TABLEAU/SX a picture [n TABLEAUS or TABLEAUX]
TABULAE- TABULA, a writing tablet [n]

9/AABERSU BAUERAS- BAUERA, an Australian flowering shrub [n]
SUBAREA/S a subdivision of an area [n -S]

10/AACDETU V/ACUATED- ACUATE, to sharpen [v]
AE/CAUDATE/DS the basal ganglion of the brain [n -S]

11/AACEISST ECTASIAS- ECTASIA, the lengthening of a short syllable, also ECTASIS [n]

12/AACESTU V/ACUATES- ACUATE, to sharpen [v]

13/AACGINTU V/ACUATING ACUATE, to sharpen [v]

14/AADELNW DANELAW/S danish law that prevailed in England, also DANELAGH [n -S]

15/AADELPR PARDALE-/S a leopard, also PARDAL, PARDALIS [n -S]

16/AADELPT -PALATED- PALATE, to relish (to enjoy (to take pleasure in)) [v]

17/AADELTY DAYTALE/RS a daily reckoning, also DATAL [n -S]

18/AADEPRS -ASPREAD in a spread [adv]
PARADES- PARADE, to march in a public procession [v]

19/AADERSW B/ADWARES- ADWARE, software with embedded advertisements [n]
SEAWARD/S the direction toward the open sea [n -S]

20/AADGIMRT GRADATIM step-by-step [adv]

21/AADNNOT NOTANDA NOTANDUM, something to be specially noted [n]

22/AAEGLRRS REALGARS- REALGAR, a mineral, also ROSAKER [n]
RESALGAR/S a bright red mineral [n -S]

23/AAEILLTV ALLATIVE/S grammatical case denoting movement towards [n -S]

24/AAELNTZ ZEALANT/S a fanatic, also ZEALOT, ZELANT [n -S]

25/AAENRSS NARASES NARAS, a melonlike fruit, also NARRAS [n]

26/AAER AREA-/DELRS a region (an area or district; a tract of country) [n AREAS or AREAE] / part of the cerebral cortex [n AREAS or AREAE]

27/AAERR -AREAR-/S an unpaid and overdue debt [n -S]

28/AAERSST SEARATS- SEARAT, a pirate [n]

29/AAFLNOTT FLOATANT/S something which makes things float [n -S]

30/AAGILNPT PALATING PALATE, to relish (to enjoy (to take pleasure in)) [v]

31/AAGILRS ARGALIS- ARGALI, the great wild sheep of Asia [n]
GARIALS- GARIAL, an Indian crocodile, also GAVIAL, GHARIAL [n]

32/AAGINRSY ARAYSING ARAYSE, to raise, also ARAISE [v]

33/AAGLNO AGONAL pertaining to agony (extreme suffering) [adj]
ANALOG/ASY something that bears a resemblance to something else, also ANALOGUE [n -S]
ANGOLA angora [adj]

34/AAHLL HALAL/AS to slaughter according to Muslim law, also HALLAL [v HALALLED, HALALLING, HALALS]
S/LAHAL/S a team game played by the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest also SLAHAL [n -S]

35/AAHLN NAHAL/S a military agricultural settlement in Israel [n -S]

36/AAIIMNT ANIMATI/C ANIMATO, (Italian) a passage to be played in a lively manner [n]

37/AAIPRTT PARTITA/S a set or related instrumental pieces [n -S]

38/AAORSTT TOTARAS- TOTARA, a New Zealand tree [n]

39/ABCEGIR RIBCAGE/S an enclosure for the ribs [n -S]

40/ABDEEHO OBEAHED OBEAH, to bewitch with obia, also OBI [v]

41/ABEEENRV BEREAVEN- BEREAVE, to deprive (to dispossess) [v]

42/ABEGINY ABYEING ABYE, to pay the penalty [v]
-EBAYING/S selling on eBay [n -S]

43/ABEILNST INSTABLE unstable (not stable) [adj]

44/ABGIILNT LIBATING LIBATE, to pour in honour to [v]

45/ABGIINST BAITINGS- BAITING, fish or worms used as bait [n]

46/ABIILNST SIBILANT/S a hissing speech sound [n -S]

47/ABILNOPR PANBROIL/S to fry in a pan with little or no fat [v -ED, -ING, -S]

48/ACDDIIOR CARDIOID/S a heart-shaped curve [n -S]

49/ACDNOOTU DUCATOON/S an old silver coin [n -S]

50/ACDOORST OSTRACOD/ES a minute freshwater crustacean [n -S]
SCORDATO put out of tune [adj]

51/ACEENNP PENANCE/DS to impose a type of punishment upon [v PENANCED, PENANCING, PENANCES]

52/ACEENRRT RECANTER/S one who recants (to make a formal retraction) [n -S]
RECREANT/S a coward (one who lacks courage) [n -S]

53/ACEGINV VEGANIC organic manuring [adj]

54/ACEGIRW GAWCIER GAWCY, portly, also GAUCIE, GAUCY [adj]

55/ACEHINOX HEXANOIC as in hexanoic acid, a component of palm oil [adj]

56/ACFIL -CALIF/S a Muslim leader, also CALIPH [n -S]

57/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]

58/ACNORTUY NOCTUARY a diary for night jottings [n NOCTUARIES]

59/ADEEEMN DEMEANE-/DS treatment, also DEMAINE, DEMAYNE [n -S]

60/ADEES AEDES any of a genus of mosquitoes [n AEDES]
CFLMPST/EASED- EASE, to free from pain or trouble [v]

61/ADEIKLS SKAILED SKAIL, to disperse (to scatter (to disperse in all directions)) [v]

62/ADEINNNS NANDINES- NANDINE, a West African civet [n]

63/ADEITTTU ATTITUDE/S a posture or position [n -S]
ATTUITED- ATTUITE, to sense but not quite perceive [v]

64/ADGIILN DIALING/S the art of making sundials [n -S]
GLIADIN/ES a simple protein, also GLIADINE [n -S]
P/-LAIDING LAID, to burden (to load heavily) [v]

65/ADGILLOT GOLDTAIL as in goldtail moth, a European moth with a yellow tail tuft [adj]

66/ADIIINR V/IRIDIAN pertaining to the iris of the eye, also IRIDAL, IRIDIAL [adj]

67/ADLNOOS DOOLANS- DOOLAN, (New Zealand) a Roman Catholic [n]
ONLOADS- ONLOAD, to load a vehicle or container [v]

68/ADMNOORS DOORSMAN a porter [n DOORSMEN]
MADRONOS- MADRONO, an evergreen tree, also MADRONA, MADRONE [n]

69/ADNNRSTU DUNNARTS- DUNNART, an Australian marsupial mouse [n]

70/ADNOOPRS PANDOORS- PANDOOR, a marauding soldier, also PANDOUR [n]
SPADROON/S a cut and thrust sword [n -S]

71/ADOORSTW WOODRATS- WOODRAT, another name for the pack-rat [n]

72/AEEEFLR EELFARE/S a group of young eels [n -S]

73/AEEEFRTY AFTEREYE/DS to gaze after [v AFTEREYED, AFTEREYEING or AFTEREYING, AFTEREYES]

74/AEEGNNP PANGENE-/S a hypothetical unit of living matter, also PANGEN [n -S]

75/AEEHITZ ATHEIZE/DS to talk as an atheist, also ATHEISE [v ATHEIZED, ATHEIZING, ATHEIZES]

76/AEEIRRR ARRIERE backward [adj]

77/AEELMNPS EMPANELS- EMPANEL, to select a jury from a list [v]
EMPLANES- EMPLANE, to put on an aeroplane, also ENPLANE [v]
ENSAMPLE/DS to give an example of [v ENSAMPLED, ENSAMPLING, ENSAMPLES]

78/AEELNNP ENPLANE/DS to put on an aeroplane, also EMPLANE [v ENPLANED, ENPLANING, ENPLANES]

79/AEELQRSU LEQUEARS- LEQUEAR, a ceiling with recessed panels, also LACUNAR [n]
SQUEALER/S one who squeals (to utter a sharp, shrill cry) [n -S]

80/AEEMOSW AWESOME impressive or inspiring awe, also AWSOME [adj]
WAESOME woeful (full of grief, also WOFUL, WOEFULLER, WOEFULLEST) [adj]

81/AEENNPT PENNATE/D having wings or feathers, also PENNATED [adj]
PENTANE/S a volatile liquid [n -S]

82/AEERRSST ASSERTER/S one who asserts, also ASSERTOR [n -S]
REASSERT/S to assert again [v -ED, -ING, -S]
SERRATES- SERRATE, to supply with toothlike projections [v]
TERRASES TERRAS, a volcanic rock, also TRASS [n]
TERRASSE (French) a paved area outside a French cafe [n TERRASSE]

83/AEFIILLN NAILFILE/S a small file for smoothing the edges of fingernails or toenails [n -S]

84/AEFIINSS SANIFIES SANIFY, to make healthy (wholesome) [v]

85/AEGIMNP PIGMEAN pertaining to pygmies (a small person, also PIGMY) [adj]

86/AEGIMPT PIGMEAT/S bacon, ham or pork [n -S]

87/AEGORRRT GARROTER-/S one who executes by strangling, also GAROTTER [n -S]
REGRATOR/S one who buys and sells in the same market, also REGRATER [n -S]

88/AEGOSTX OXGATES- OXGATE, as much land as one ox could plough, also OXGANG, OXLAND [n]

89/AEILLNR RALLINE pertaining to a family of marsh birds [adj]

90/AEIPR PAIRE-/DRS to damage or weaken, also IMPAIR [v PAIRED, PAIRING, PAIRES]
PERAI/S a ferocious, carnivorous South American fish, also PIRANHA, PIRAI, PIRANA, PIRAYA [n -S]

91/AEIPRR -PAIRER- PAIR, (Scots) poor [adj]
CDG/RAPIER/S a long, slender sword [n -S]
REPAIR/S to restore to good condition [v -ED, -ING, -S]

92/AEISTTTU ATTUITES- ATTUITE, to sense but not quite perceive [v]

93/AERTW TAWER/SY one that taws (to convert into white leather with minerals) [n -S]
WATER-/SY to sprinkle with a transparent, odourless, tasteless liquid [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-WRATE WRITE, to form characters on a surface with an instrument [v]

94/AETUV VAUTE-/DS to attain great success, also VAULT, VAUT, VAWTE [v VAUTED, VAUTING, VAUTES]

95/AFGHOS FOGASH a fish [n -ES]

96/AFGIINRS -FAIRINGS- FAIRING, a complimentary gift given at a fair [n]
-FRAISING FRAISE, to fortify with a horizontal palisade [v]

97/AFLNOTT FLOTANT in heraldry, floating in air [adj]

98/AGIILNS -AISLING/S a vision [n -S]
NILGAIS- NILGAI, a large antelope, also NILGAU, NILGHAI, NILGHAU, NYLGHAI, NYLGHAU [n]
-SAILING/S the act of one that sails (to be pushed in a boat by the wind) [n -S]

99/AGIINSTV VISTAING VISTA, to see in a distant view [v]

100/AGILOSST SALIGOTS- SALIGOT, the water chestnut [n]

101/AGINOSSU SAGOUINS- SAGOUIN, a South American monkey, also SAGOIN, SAGUIN [n]

102/AGNORSST SNOTRAGS- SNOTRAG, (slang) a handkerchief [n]

103/AIIKORTY YAKITORI/S a Japanese chicken dish [n -S]

104/AIILMRT MILITAR/Y military [adj]

105/AIIMNRT MARTINI-/S an alcoholic cocktail [n -S]

106/AIIMRST SIMITAR/S a curved oriental sword, also SCIMITAR, SCIMETAR, SCIMITER, SEMITAR, SEMITAUR, SYMITAR, SYMITARE [n -S]

107/AIIMRSTU TIRAMISU/S a rich Italian dessert [n -S]

108/AINOQRRU QUARRION/S a kind of cockatiel, also QUARRIAN [n -S]

109/ANOPRSTV PROVANTS- PROVANT, (obsolete) to supply with provisons [v]

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

111/AOOPRSTU ATROPOUS having a straight ovule [adj]

112/AORSTUY YAOURTS- YAOURT, food made from fermented milk, also YOGHURT, YOGHOURT, YOGURT [n]

113/ARSTTU -ASTRUT protrudingly [adv]
TUARTS- TUART, a eucalyptus [n]

114/BDEELOSU BESOULED endowed with a soul [adj]

115/BEEIINOZ EBIONIZE/DS to follow the sect of ebionism, also EBIONISE [v EBIONIZED, EBIONIZING, EBIONIZES]

116/BENOX -BOXEN like boxwood [adj]

117/CDEEGOO GEOCODE/DS to assign geographical co-ordinates to (a digital data set) [v GEOCODED, GEOCODING, GEOCODES]

118/CEEEFINR ENFIERCE/DS to make fierce (violently hostile or aggressive) [v ENFIERCED, ENFIERCING, ENFIERCES]

119/CEEEINPR PIECENER/S a worker who joins broken threads, also PIECER [n -S]

120/CEEHIOS ECHOISE/DS to repeat another person's words, also ECHOIZE [v ECHOISED, ECHOISING, ECHOISES]

121/CEHORTU S/-COUTHER COUTH, sophisticated [adj]
RETOUCH to add new details to [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
TOUCHER-/S one who touches (to come into contact with) [n -S]

122/CELORSTT -CLOTTERS- CLOTTER, to coagulate [v]
CROTTLES- CROTTLE, a type of lichen, also CROTAL [n]

123/CELORTTU COURTLET/S a petty court [n -S]

124/CENOSTTU STONECUT/S a print made from an image engraved on a stone [n -S]

125/CIINNORT INTRONIC of or like an intron, an intervening sequence in the genetic code [adj]

126/DDEEINNR DINNERED DINNER, to dine (to eat dinner) [v]

127/DDEGINRS REDDINGS- REDDING, the act of redding [n]

128/DDEGINST -STEDDING STEDD, to help (to give aid) [v]

129/DDEIIRT DIRTIED DIRTY, to soil (to make dirty) [v]
TIDDIER TIDDY, very small [adj]

130/DEEEHIR HEEDIER HEEDY, (Spenser) heedful, careful [adj]

131/DEEEIMR EMERIED EMERY, to coat with emery (a polishing powder) [v]

132/DEEELNSU UNSEELED UNSEEL, to undo the seeling of [v]

133/DEEGORR REORGED REORG, to reorganize [v]
ROGERED ROGER, to copulate with [v]

134/DEEIKLNS KNEIDELS- KNEIDEL, in Jewish cooking, a dumpling [n]
SILKENED SILKEN, to make soft and smooth [v]

135/DEEIKRSU DUKERIES DUKERY, a duke's seat [n]

136/DEGIINNS DESINING DESINE, to plan in outline, also DESIGN, DESYNE [v]
INDIGENS- INDIGEN, a native, also INDIGENE [n]
SDEINING SDEIN, to disdain (to scorn (to treat with contempt)) [v]

137/DEGLNRU -GRUNDLE/S (US slang) the perineum [n -S]

138/DEGNRSU DUNGERS- DUNGER, (New Zealand) a dilapidated car or machine [n]
GERUNDS- GERUND, a verbal noun [n]
NUDGERS- NUDGER, one that nudges (to poke gently) [n]

139/DEHORRST REDSHORT brittle at red-heat, also REDSEAR, REDSHARE, REDSHIRE [adj]

140/DEIN DENI-/MS monetary unit of Macedonia [n -S]
DINE-/DRS to eat dinner [v DINED, DINING, DINES]
S/-NIDE-/DS to nest (to build a structure for holding eggs) [v NIDED, NIDING, NIDES]
NIED- NY, to approach (to come near to) [v]

141/DEIQRU S/QUIRED- QUIRE, to arrange paper in sets of twenty four [v]

142/DELOPY DEPLOY/S to position troops for battle [v -ED, -ING, -S]
PLOYED- PLOY, to move from a line into column [v]
PODLEY/S a young coalfish [n -S]

143/DENNOSTY A/SYNDETON/S in grammar, a syndetic construction [n -S]

144/DEOPRU POUDER/S powder, also POUDRE [n -S]
POUDRE/S powder, also POUDER [n -S]
POURED POUR, to cause to flow [v]
CGT/-ROUPED ROUP, to auction (to sell publicly to the highest bidder) [v]

145/DEOSTTU DUETTOS- DUETTO, a musical performance by two people, also DUET, DUETT [n]
TESTUDO/S a portable shield used by the ancient Romans [n -S]

146/DGIINRT DIRTING DIRT, to dirty (to soil (to make dirty)) [v]

147/DHINORS DISHORN/S to deprive of horns [v -ED, -ING, -S]
DRONISH lazy (disinclined toward work or exertion) [adj]

148/DIINNOT TONDINI TONDINO, a circular moulding [n]

149/DIINORT DINITRO having two nitro groups [adj]

150/DIIOTT DOITIT senile [adj]

151/DILRT TRILD TRILL, to play with a tremulous sound [v]

152/EEEFIRS FEERIES- FEERIE, fairyland [n]

153/EEENNRT ETRENNE/S a New Year's gift [n -S]

154/EEFT FEET- FOOT, the part of the body on which a human or animal stands [n]
FETE-/DS to honour with festivities [v FETED, FETING, FETES]

155/EEGIORST ERGOTISE/DS to affect with ergot, also ERGOTIZE [v ERGOTISED, ERGOTISING, ERGOTISES]

156/EEGLNN GENNEL/S a narrow alley, also GINNEL [n -S]

157/EEINRRSS RESINERS- RESINER, a resin gatherer [n]

158/EEIRSSTT RESTIEST RESTY, difficult to control, also RESTIVE [adj]

159/EEOOSTT TOETOES- TOETOE, new Zealand grass, also TOITOI [n]

160/EFIOORR -ROOFIER- ROOFY, having a roof [adj]

161/EFLNOSTT FLETTONS- FLETTON, a type of brick [n]
FONTLETS- FONTLET, a little font [n]

162/EFLORSTT FORTLETS- FORTLET, a little fort [n]

163/EFT DHLRW/EFT-/S a newt, also EVET [n EFTS or EWFTES]
-FET-/AEST to fetch (to go after and bring back) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-TEF-/FS a cereal grass, also TEFF [n -S]

164/EGGNORST GONGSTER/S one who gongs (to make the sound of a gong) [n -S]

165/EGHHI HEIGH/T used to attract attention [interj]

166/EGILLNST GILLNETS- GILLNET, to catch fish in a gillnet [v]
-STELLING STELL, to establish [v]
TELLINGS- TELLING, instruction [n]

167/EGILNRSS RINGLESS without a ring [adj]
-SLINGERS- SLINGER, one that slings (to throw with a sudden motion) [n]

168/EGILRSST -GLISTERS- GLISTER, to glisten (to shine by reflection) [v]
GRISTLES- GRISTLE, the tough part of meat [n]
GRITLESS without grit [adj]

169/EGIMNSW MEWSING MEWS, to pass through a hedge [v]

170/EGIRSSTU SURGIEST SURGY, surging [adj]

171/EGLRSTU GURLETS- GURLET, a pickaxe [n]

172/EHNNOSTU UNHONEST dishonest [adj]

173/EIILLRT S/TILLIER TILLY, clayey (resembling clay) [adj]

174/EIINSST SENITIS- SENITI, (Tongan) a monetary unit of Tonga [n]

175/EIKNRRTU RETURNIK/S one who returns to their own country [n -S]

176/EIMNRVY VERMINY- infested with vermin, also VERMINED [adj]

177/EIOOPRR D/ROOPIER ROOPY, hoarse (rough and husky in sound) [adj]

178/EIQRU S/QUIRE/DS to arrange paper in sets of twenty four [v QUIRED, QUIRING, QUIRES]

179/ELNNOPTU NONUPLET-/S a group of nine [n -S]

180/ELOSTTU LETOUTS- LETOUT, something that makes it possible to avoid doing something [n]
OUTLETS- OUTLET, a vent or passage [n]

181/ELOSU EUSOL/S an antiseptic solution [n -S]
BF/LOUSE-/DRS to spoil or bungle [v LOUSED, LOUSING, LOUSES] / a parasitic insect [n LOUSES or LICE]
H/OUSEL/S a European bird [n -S]

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

183/ELY BFGS/LEY/S a meadow, also LEA [n -S]
-LYE/S a strong alkaline solution [n -S]

184/ENNOOORT TENOROON/S a tenor bassoon [n -S]

185/ENOPRRSU PRONEURS- PRONEUR, a flatterer [n]

186/EOQRSTU QUESTOR/S a Roman magistrate [n -S]
QUOTERS- QUOTER, one who repeats (to say or do again) [n]
C/ROQUETS- ROQUET, to cause one's ball to hit another in croquet [v]
TORQUES- a necklace of feathers and hair [n -ES]

187/EORSTTUW OUTWREST/S to extort (to obtain something by violence or intimidation) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

188/FGLUY -FUGLY an offensive word for very ugly [adj FUGLIER, FUGLIEST]
GULFY- full of whirlpools [adj GULFIER, GULFIEST]

189/FILORST FIRLOTS- FIRLOT, an old measure of grain etc [n]
FLORIST/S a grower or seller of flowers [n -S]

190/GIINRST -STIRING STIRE, to set in motion [v]
TIRINGS- TIRING, the act of tiring [n]

191/GINORSST RINGTOSS a game involving rings and an upright stick [n -ES]
SORTINGS- SORTING, the act of sorting [n]

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

193/IILNNOOT NOLITION/S unwillingness [n -S]

194/IINNOTU MP/UNITION/S conjunction [n -S]

195/ILNOSTU OILNUTS- OILNUT, a North American butter nut [n]
ULTIONS- ULTION, revenge [n]

196/IMNORSTY TRIONYMS- TRIONYM, a trinomial name or expression [n]

197/IMOORSTU SUMOTORI/S a sumo wrestler [n -S]
TIMOROUS fearful (afraid (struck with fear)) [adj]

198/INORSUV UNVISOR/S to open the visor of, also UNVIZARD [v -ED, -ING, -S]

199/INOSTUW OUTWINS- OUTWIN, to get out of [v]

200/IOPSV VOIPS- VOIP, a system for converting analogue signals to digital so that the telephone calls may be made over the internet (Voice Over Internet Protocol) [n]

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

202/MOT MOT-/EHISTU a witty saying [n -S]
A/-TOM-/BEOS to behave like an uncle Tom [v TOMMED, TOMMING, TOMS]

203/NOORSTU UNROOST/S to drive from a roost [v -ED, -ING, -S]
UNROOTS- UNROOT, to uproot (to pull up by the roots) [v]