1/AAADHM HAMADA/S a desert plateau of bedrock, also HAMMADA [n -S]

2/AABILMOT MAILBOAT/S a boat that carries mail [n -S]

3/AABIMNOS AMBOINAS- AMBOINA, the mottled wood of an Indonesian tree, also AMBOYNA [n]
BONAMIAS- BONAMIA, a parasite that attacks oysters [n]

4/AABIORSV BAVAROIS a cold dessert consisting of a rich custard set with gelatine and flavoured in various ways [n -ES]

5/AACCO CACAO-/S a tropical tree [n -S]

6/AAILMNOP PALAMINO/S a horse with a silver mane, also PALOMINO [n -S]

7/AAIMN -AMAIN with full strength [adv]
AMNIA AMNION, a membranous sac enclosing an embryo [n]
ANIMA/LS the soul (the spiritual aspect of human beings) [n -S]
MANIA-/CS an excessive or unreasonable desire; a craze [n -S]

8/ABDENRR BRANDER/S to cook on a gridiron [v -ED, -ING, -S]
REBRAND/S to change a product's brand name or image [v -ED, -ING, -S]

9/ABDILSTU SUBTIDAL of a subordinate tide [adj]

10/ABEEEGRS BARGEESE- BARGOOSE, a type of goose (a swimming bird) [n]
BEERAGES- BEERAGE, the brewing industry [n]

11/ABERSTT BATTERS- BATTER, to beat repeatedly [v]
TABRETS- TABRET, a small drum, also TABOURIN [n]

12/ABGLORST RAGBOLTS- RAGBOLT, a bolt with barbs [n]

13/ACCDENOOOOP
14/ACCOO COCOA-/S the seed of the cacao or chocolate tree [n -S]

15/ACDEOP PEACOD/S a pea pod, also PEASECOD, PEASCOD [n -S]

16/ACDERTT DETRACT/S to take away [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TRACTED TRACT, to trace (to follow the course of) [v]

17/ACDIIMOR CORMIDIA CORMIDIUM, the assemblage of individuals dangling in clusters from the main stem of pelagic siphonophores [n]
DIORAMIC pertaining to diorama (a three-dimensional exhibit) [adj]

18/ACDIINOP PINACOID/S a crystal face, also PINAKOID [n -S]

19/ACDIIORV VARICOID resembling a swollen vein [adj]

20/ACDILNSU DULCIANS- DULCIAN, a small bassoon (a woodwind instrument) [n]

21/ACEEEGRS CARGEESE CARGOOSE, the crested grebe [n]

22/ACELNTT CANTLET-/S a fragment [n -S]

23/ACENSTT S/CANTEST CANT, lively (full of energy) [adj]

24/ACERRTU TRACEUR/S a participant in parkour, the sport of running in urban areas performing gymnastics on manmade objects [n -S]

25/ACGINRTT TRACTING TRACT, to trace (to follow the course of) [v]

26/ACIIMOST COMITIAS- COMITIA, a public assembly in ancient Rome [n]
IOTACISM/S excessive use of the letter iota [n -S]

27/ACIIOPST APOSITIC having an aversion to food [adj]

28/ADEEHISS EADISHES EADISH, pasturage, also EDDISH [n]

29/ADEEIMSS SIAMESED- SIAMESE, to join, also SIAMEZE [v]

30/ADEEISSV ADESSIVE/S a grammatical case denoting where [n -S]
ADVISEES- ADVISEE, one who is given counsel [n]

31/ADEPRTT -PRATTED PRATT, to beat on the buttocks [v]

32/ADOQU QUOAD so far as [conj]

33/AEEEGLTV VEGELATE/S chocolate made from vegetable fat and cocoa fat [n -S]

34/AEFNNST ENFANTS- ENFANT, a child (a young person) [n]

35/AEFNRRS FARRENS- FARREN, a division of land [n]

36/AEHNNTU UNNEATH underneath [prep]

37/AEHRSTT CS/HATTERS- HATTER, to trouble (to distress (to cause anxiety or suffering to)) [v]
RATHEST RATHE, quick, also RATH [adj]
-SHATTER/SY to break into pieces [v -ED, -ING, -S]
THREATS- THREAT, to intimidate, also THREATEN [v]

38/AEPRRST PARTERS- PARTER, one that parts (to divide, separate or break) [n]
-PRATERS- PRATER, one who prates (to chatter (to talk idly)) [n]

39/AEPRRTU PARTURE/S departure [n -S]
RAPTURE/DS to fill with great joy [v RAPTURED, RAPTURING, RAPTURES]

40/AERSTTV VATTERS- VATTER, one who uses a vat [n]

41/AERSTTW -SWATTER/S to splash or spill about [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TEWARTS- TEWART, a eucalyptus [n]

42/AERTTUV VETTURA/S a carriage (a wheeled horse-drawn vehicle) [n -S]

43/AFGLNORU GROANFUL full of groans [adj]

44/AGHNOSTU HANGOUTS- HANGOUT, a place often visited [n]
TOHUNGAS- TOHUNGA, a Maori priest [n]

45/AGINNRTY TRAYNING TRAYNE, to be instructed [v]
TYRANING TYRAN, to play the oppressor, also TYRANNE, TYRANT [v]

46/AGINPRTT -PRATTING PRATT, to beat on the buttocks [v]

47/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]

48/ANY CMWZ/-ANY- whichever [adj]
-NAY-/S a negative vote [n -S]

49/BDEEGOR BEGORED smeared with gore [adj]

50/BDEINRR BREDRIN/S (Coll) a close male friend, also BREDREN [n -S]

51/BDGINORU BOURDING BOURD, (obsolete) to jest [v]
OBDURING OBDURE, to become hard-hearted, also OBDURATE [v]

52/BEEEGILN BELEEING BELEE, to put on the lee side [v]

53/BEEEGINS BESEEING BESEE, to look to [v]

54/BEEGLNO ENGLOBE/DS to form into a globe, also INGLOBE [v ENGLOBED, ENGLOBING, ENGLOBES]

55/BEEGNOS ENGOBES- ENGOBE, a white undercoat in ceramics [n]

56/BEENRSTT BRENTEST BRENT, steep (precipitous) [adj]

57/BEFHOO BEHOOF/S benefit or convenience [n -S]

58/BEFIOOR -BOOFIER BOOFY, uscular and strong but stupid [adj]

59/BEILRTT -BLITTER/S a chip or system that performs BLIT transfers [n -S]
BRITTLE/DRS to become fragile (easily broken) [v BRITTLED, BRITTLING, BRITTLES] / frail (fragile (easily broken)) [adj BRITTLER, BRITTLEST]
-TRIBLET/S a tapering mandrel [n -S]

60/BGILNOST BILTONGS- BILTONG, sun dried meat [n]
BOLTINGS- BOLTING, the act of sieving through cloth, also BOULTING [n]

61/BGILNOTU BOULTING/S the act of sieving through cloth, also BOLTING [n -S]

62/CDEOOP S/-COOPED COOP, to confine (to shut within an enclosure) [v]
OPCODE/S a coded computing instruction [n -S]

63/CEEEGINS R/EGENCIES EGENCY, need, also EGENCE [n]

64/CEILRTT -CLITTER/S to make a shrill noise [v -ED, -ING, -S]

65/CEIMOOR COOMIER COOMY, sooty (covered with soot) [adj]

66/CEINRRU CURNIER CURNY, granular, also CURNEY [adj]
REINCUR/S to incur again [v REINCURRED, REINCURRING, REINCURS]

67/CEIOOPR OPORICE/S an old medicine made from summer fruits [n -S]

68/CEIRTTU CUTTIER CUTTY, short (having little length) [adj]

69/CENORSST CONSTERS- CONSTER, to infer (to deduce (to derive (to trace to an origin))) [v]
CRESTONS- CRESTON, an outcrop [n]

70/CINOOP COINOP operated by coin [adj]

71/DEEHLNU UNHELED- UNHELE, to disclose (to reveal (to make known)) [v]

72/DEEIINSX ENDEIXIS in medicine, an indication [n ENDEIXISES or ENDEIXES]

73/DELMORU S/-MOULDER/S to turn to dust by natural decay, also MOLDER [v -ED, -ING, -S]
P/REMOULD/S to retread a tyre [v -ED, -ING, -S]

74/DELNOSW DOWLNES- DOWLNE, soft feathers [n]

75/DELOPRU -POULDER/S powder [n -S]
POULDRE/S powder [n -S]
PROULED PROUL, to prowl, also PROLE, PROLL [v]

76/DEMOSTU -MOUSTED MOUST, to powder (to reduce to fine dust-like particles) [v]
SMOUTED SMOUT, to work as a compositor doing odd jobs, also SMOOT [v]

77/DENOSTU DEUTONS- DEUTON, the nucleus of heavy hydrogen, also DEUTERON [n]
SNOUTED SNOUT, to provide with a nozzle [v]

78/DEOPRSU POUDERS- POUDER, powder, also POUDRE [n]
POUDRES- POUDRE, powder, also POUDER [n]

79/DGILNORY YOLDRING/S the yellowhammer (a bird), also YELDROCK, YOWLEY [n -S]

80/DGINORSV -DROVINGS- DROVING, the action of herding cattle [n]

81/DGINORSW DROWSING DROWSE, to doze (to sleep lightly) [v]
-SWORDING SWORD, to wield a sword [v]
WORDINGS- WORDING, the style of expressing in words [n]

82/EEEGILNV ENVEIGLE/DS to cajole, also INVEIGLE, INVEAGLE [v ENVEIGLED, ENVEIGLING, ENVEIGLES]
LEVEEING LEVEE, to provide with an embankment [v]

83/EEEGNRU RENEGUE/DRS to refuse, deny also RENAGUE, RENEAGUE, RENEGE, RENIG [v RENEGUED, RENEGUING, RENEGUES]

84/EEEGRST GREETES- GREETE, to weep (to shed tears (salty liquid) from the eyes) [v]

85/EEENOPRR REOPENER/S a clause in a contract for reconsideration [n -S]

86/EEGMNOS EMONGES/T among, in the midst of, also EMONG [prep]
GENOMES- GENOME, a haploid set of chromosomes, also GENOM [n]

87/EEGNOPS PONGEES- PONGEE, a type of silk [n]

88/EEHMOORT RHEOTOME/S an interrupter [n -S]

89/EENPRSTT STREPENT noisy (making loud sounds) [adj]

90/EENRRSTV RENVERST RENVERSE, to reverse (to turn or move in the opposite direction) [v]

91/EFGIKNOR FOREKING/S a preceding king [n -S]

92/EFINNRS -FINNERS- FINNER, a type of whale (the rorqual), also FINBACK [n]

93/EFIOOPR S/-POOFIER POOFY, effeminate, also POOVY, POUFFY [adj]

94/EFIOORW -WOOFIER WOOFY, dense in texture [adj]

95/EFIRRTU FRITURE/S a dish of fried food [n -S]
FRUITER/SY one who grows of sells fruit [n -S]
TURFIER TURFY, covered with turf [adj]

96/EFIRTTU TUFTIER TUFTY, abounding in tufts [adj]
TURFITE/S a devotee of horse racing [n -S]

97/EFLORSU FUROLES- FUROLE, a liquid obtained from bran and acid, also FURFURAL, FURAL, FURFUROL, FUROL [n]
Y/OURSELF myself (a form of the 1st person sing pronoun) [pron]

98/EFORRTY TORREFY to subject to intense heat, also TORRIFY [v TORREFIED, TORREFYING, TORREFIES]

99/EGHINOTZ GENIZOTH- GENIZAH, a room in a synagogue [n]

100/EGIINSST STINGIES/T STINGY, a stinging nettle [n]

101/EGIKNORV OVERKING/S a superior king [n -S]
-REVOKING REVOKE, to annul by taking back [v]

102/EGIKNORY YOKERING YOKER, to spit (to throw out saliva from the mouth) [v]

103/EHIRSTT CSW/HITTERS- HITTER, one who hits (to strike forcibly) [n]
-SHITTER/S (slang) a toilet [n -S]
TITHERS- TITHER, one that tithes (to pay a tenth part used as a small tax, also TYTHE) [n]

104/EHLMTY -METHYL/S a univalent radical [n -S]

105/EIIPRSTY PYRITISE/DS to convert into pyrites, also PYRITIZE [v PYRITISED, PYRITISING, PYRITISES]

106/EIMRTTU TERTIUM something neither one thing or its opposite [n TERTIA]

107/EINNPST S/PINNETS- PINNET, a pinnacle [n]
-SPINNET/S a musical instrument [n -S]
TENPINS- TENPIN, a bowling pin [n]

108/EINNRUV UNRIVEN not riven [adj]

109/EINPRRU PRUNIER PRUNEY, resembling a prune [adj]
UNRIPER- UNRIPE, not mature enough [adj]

110/EINPRSU PRUINES- PRUINE, a prune, also PREWYN [n]
-PURINES- PURINE, a chemical compound, also PURIN [n]
UPRISEN- UPRISE, to rise up [v]

111/EIOOPRV POOVIER POOVY, effeminate, also POOFY, POUFFY [adj]

112/EITTW TEWIT/S a shore bird, also TEUCHAT, TEWHIT [n -S]
-TWITE-/S a mountain linnet [n -S]

113/ELMORSU EMULSOR/S an emulsifying apparatus [n -S]

114/ELNOSUV UNLOVES- UNLOVE, to cease to love [v]

115/ELNOUV UNLOVE/DS to cease to love [v UNLOVED, UNLOVING, UNLOVES]

116/ELOPRSU LEPROUS affected with leprosy, also LEPROSE, LEPROTIC [adj]
PELORUS a navigational instrument [n -ES]
PERLOUS perilous (dangerous) [adj]
SPORULE/S a small spore [n -S]

117/FGILNORS ROLFINGS- ROLFING, a therapeutic technique [n]

118/FGILNOST SOFTLING/S a weakling (a weak person) [n -S]

119/FGILNOTU -FLOUTING FLOUT, to treat with contempt [v]
OUTFLING/S to whip out [v OUTFLUNG, OUTFLINGING, OUTFLINGS]

120/GHILNOST SLOTHING SLOTH, to be lazy [v]

121/GHINOSTU S/-HOUTINGS- HOUTING, a type of fish [n]
-SHOUTING/S the act of shouting [n -S]
SOUTHING/S movement toward the south [n -S]

122/GILMNORS MORLINGS- MORLING, a sheep killed by disease [n]
SLORMING SLORM, to wipe carelessly [v]

123/GILNORSY YORLINGS- YORLING, as in yellow yorling, a yellowhammer [n]

124/GIMNORSU ROUMINGS- ROUMING, the ratio of cattle to pasture [n]

125/GIMNOSTU -MOUSTING MOUST, to powder (to reduce to fine dust-like particles) [v]
SMOUTING SMOUT, to work as a compositor doing odd jobs, also SMOOT [v]

126/GINOPRSU INGROUPS- INGROUP, a group united by common interests [n]
POURINGS- POURING, the act of pouring [n]

127/GINOPSTU S/-POUTINGS- POUTING, the whiting pout [n]
-SPOUTING/S a rainwater downpipe [n -S]

128/GINOSTUW OUTSWING/S an outward swing [n -S] / to swing outward [v OUTSWUNG, OUTSWINGING, OUTSWINGS]
OUTWINGS- OUTWING, to fly beyond [v]

129/GIOPRSTU GROUPIST/S someone who belongs to a group [n -S]