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2/AABDINR BANDARI-/S (Hindi) a female monkey, or a cheeky girl [n -S]

3/AABEHLOT OATHABLE capable of taking an oath [adj]

4/AABINRS C/ARABINS- ARABIN, the essential chemical within gum arabic [n]

5/AABIRST -BARISTA/S one who makes and serves coffee to the public [n -S]
BARTSIA/S a family of parasitic weeds [n -S]

6/AACHINRT CANTHARI/DS CANTHARUS, a two handled cup [n]

7/AACILNR CARINAL- relating to a carina [adj]
CLARAIN/S lustrous bands in coal [n -S]
CRANIAL- pertaining to the skull [adj]

8/AACILNT ACTINAL pertaining to the area near the mouth of a starfish or a jellyfish; oral [adj]
ALICANT/S a wine from Spain [n -S]
ANTICAL above or in front of another plant part, anterior [adj]

9/AADEKLNR KALENDAR/S to schedule, also CALENDAR [v -ED, -ING, -S]

10/AADEKNST ASKANTED ASKANT, to turn aside, also ASKANCE [v]

11/AADGINRR -DARRAIGN/ES to justify, also DARRAIN, DARRAINE, DARRAYN [v -ED, -ING, -S]

12/AADIMNR MANDIRA-/S a Hindu temple, also MANDIR [n -S]

13/AADINRV VIRANDA/S a type of porch, also VERANDA, VERANDAH, VIRANDO [n -S]

14/AADINRW WARDIAN as in wardian case, a case for displaying orchids etc [adj]

15/AAEGNNOP NEOPAGAN/S a modern pagan [n -S]

16/AAEKLNRS LARNAKES LARNAX, a coffin [n]

17/AAEKLNST ALKANETS- ALKANET, a Mediterranean plant [n]
KANTELAS- KANTELA, a Finnish zither, also KANTELE [n]

18/AAELNSTZ ZEALANTS- ZEALANT, a fanatic, also ZEALOT, ZELANT [n]

19/AAHILNT THALIAN pertaining to the Muse of comedy [adj]

20/AAHINST SHAITAN/S an evil spirit, also SHEITAN [n -S]
TAHINAS- TAHINA, an oily paste [n]

21/AAHIRST SHARIAT-/S a body of Islamic religious law, also SHARIA, SHARIAH, SHERIA, SHERIAT [n -S]

22/AAHST S/HASTA- until (up to the time of) [prep]
TAHAS- TAHA, the South African weaver bird [n]

23/AAIKORSU -OUAKARIS- OUAKARI, a type of South American monkey [n]

24/AAILMNR LAMINAR-/Y pertaining to a lamina, also LAMINARY [adj]
RAILMAN a railway employee [n RAILMEN]

25/AAILPRT PARTIAL/S as in partial out, to eliminate a factor in statistics [v PARTIALLED, PARTIALLING, PARTIALS]
-PATRIAL/S one who is entitled to stay in the UK because of a British parent [n -S]

26/AAIMNST MANATIS- MANATI, a large aquatic mammal, also MANATEE [n]
STAMINA/LS endurance [n -S]

27/AAINSTV VANITAS a Dutch still-life painting [n -ES]

28/AAIPRST PITARAS- PITARA, a type of clothes basket, also PETARA, PITARAH [n]

29/AAIRSTY RAIYATS- RAIYAT, an Indian peasant, also RYOT [n]

30/ABBEEINR BEARBINE/S a bindweed (a twining plant) [n -S]

31/ABCEENR CARBEEN/S the Moreton Bay ash [n -S]
CARBENE/S a neutral divalent free radical [n -S]

32/ABDEISST BASTIDES- BASTIDE, a French country house [n]

33/ABDGILNR BARDLING/S a petty poet [n -S]

34/ABEEERRT TEREBRAE- TEREBRA, a boring instrument [n]

35/ABEEMNT BEMEANT- BEMEAN, to debase (to lower or degrade) [v]

36/ABEEMRT BEERMAT/S a cardboard mat to put under a glass of beer [n -S]

37/ABEILNSS ALBINESS fem of albino [n -ES]
BASSLINE/S the lowest line in a piece of jazz or popular music, provided by a bass instrument or electronically [n -S]
LESBIANS- LESBIAN, a female homosexual [n]

38/ABEILSST ABLEISTS- ABLEIST, someone who discriminates against disabled people [n]
ASTILBES- ASTILBE, a flowering plant [n]
BASTILES- BASTILE, a prison [n]
BESTIALS- BESTIAL, cattle (domesticated bovines) [n]
BLASTIES-/T BLASTIE, a dwarf (an extremely small person) [n]
STABILES- STABILE, a stationary abstract sculpture [n]

39/ABEINSSU UNBIASES UNBIAS, to free from bias [v]

40/ABGILNST -BLASTING/S the act of one that blasts (to use explosives) [n -S]
-STABLING/S accommodation for animals [n -S]
S/-TABLINGS- TABLING, the presentation of a paper for discussion [n]

41/ACDEILLN DECLINAL/S the act of declining [n -S]

42/ACDIINR ACRIDIN/ES a chemical compound [n -S]

43/ACDIIRT ARCTIID/S a moth (a winged insect) [n -S]
TRIACID/S a type of acid (a type of chemical compound) [n -S]
TRIADIC/S a member of a triad [n -S]

44/ACEEFIMT FACETIME/DS to communicate with (a person) using the FaceTime application [v FACETIMED, FACETIMING, FACETIMES]

45/ACEEHIMN CHIMENEA/S a freestanding fireplace for outdoor use [n -S]

46/ACEEHIPT EPITHECA/E the outer older cell layer of a diatom, also HYPOTHECA [n EPITHECAE]
PETECHIA/EL a small hemorrhagic spot on a body surface [n PETECHIAE]

47/ACEEHITV ATCHIEVE/DS to achieve (to carry out successfully) [v ATCHIEVED, ATCHIEVING, ATCHIEVES]

48/ACEEHRT -CHEATER/SY one who cheats (to defraud (to swindle)) [n -S]
HECTARE/S a unit of area [n -S]
RECHATE/S the call to hounds [n -S]
RECHEAT/S to sound a hunting call [v -ED, -ING, -S]
RETEACH to teach again [v RETAUGHT, RETEACHING, RETEACHES]
TEACHER/S one who teaches (to instruct (to teach)) [n -S]

49/ACEEMRT -CREMATE/DS to reduce to ashes [v CREMATED, CREMATING, CREMATES]
MEERCAT/S a South African carnivore, also MEERKAT [n -S]

50/ACEGLOU CAGOULE-/S a light anorak, also CAGOUL, KAGOOL, KAGOUL, KAGOULE [n -S]

51/ACEILOZ COALIZE/DS to bring into coalition, also COALISE [v COALIZED, COALIZING, COALIZES]

52/ACEILSST ELASTICS- ELASTIC, a stretchable material [n]
SALICETS- SALICET, organ stops [n]
SCALIEST SCALY, peeling off in flakes [adj]

53/ACEIRSSU SAUCIERS- SAUCIER, a chef who specializes in sauces [n]
SCAURIES SCAURY, a young gull [n]
URICASES- URICASE, an enzyme (a complex protein, also ENZYM) [n]

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

55/ACGILNST CASTLING/S a type of move in chess [n -S]
CATLINGS- CATLING, a surgical knife, also CATLIN [n]
SCLATING SCLATE, to slate [v]

56/ACGILNTU CLAUTING CLAUT, to scratch (to make a thin, shallow cut on) [v]

57/ACGINRSU SCAURING SCAUR, to frighten (to make afraid, to scare, also FRIGHT) [v]

58/ACIIINST ISATINIC pertaining to isatin (a chemical compound, also ISATINE) [adj]

59/ACIILNR CLARINI CLARINO, the highest register of a trumpet in baroque music [n]

60/ACNORSTT CONTRAST-/SY to place in opposition to display differences [v -ED, -ING, -S]
CONTRATS- CONTRAT, a contract [n]

61/ADD W/ADD-/SY to compute the sum of [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-DAD-/AOS to dash against [v DADDED, DADDING, DADS]

62/ADDEILRW T/WADDLIER WADDLY, having a waddling gait [adj]

63/ADDEIMRS DISARMED DISARM, to deprive of weapons [v]
MISDREAD/S (Shakes.) to fear [v -ED, -ING, -S]

64/ADDERST ADDREST arrayed [adj]
RADDEST RAD, radically trendy [adj]

65/ADDW DAWD-/S to knock, also DAUD [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-WADD-/SY an earthy ore, also WADT [n -S]

66/ADEFGOU FOUGADE/S a pit filled with explosives and stones, also FOUGASSE [n -S]

67/ADEGHOOS SAGEHOOD/S the state of being wise [n -S]

68/ADEILLNY LEYLANDI/IS the Leyland cypress [n -S]

69/ADEILLPR PALLIDER PALLID, pale (lacking colour) [adj]
PILLARED PILLAR, to supply with vertical building supports [v]

70/ADEILLS -DALLIES DALLY, to waste time [v]
DISLEAL not loyal, also DISLOYAL [adj]
LALDIES- LALDIE, vigorous action, also LALDY [n]
-SALLIED SALLY, to rush out suddenly [v]

71/ADEILLU DUALLIE/S a pickup truck with double rear wheels [n -S]

72/ADEILSS M/AIDLESS helpless (defenceless) [adj]
DEASILS- DEASIL, motion in the same direction as the sun, also DEASIUL, DEASOIL, DEISEAL, DEISHEAL [n]

73/ADEIMNSS SIDESMAN a deputy churchwarden [n SIDESMEN]

74/ADEINSSV AVIDNESS avidity (greed (excessive desire for gain or wealth)) [n -ES]
VANESSID/S a butterfly of the red admiral genus Vanessa [n -S]

75/ADEINSSW WINDASES WINDAS, a windlass, also WINDAC [n]

76/ADEIRSSV ADVISERS- ADVISER, one who gives counsel [n]
DISSAVER-/S one who dissaves [n -S]

77/ADENRSS SANDERS- sandalwood [n -ES]
SARSDEN/S grey-coloured sandstone [n -S]

78/ADFGINRS FARDINGS- FARDING, a farthing (a former British coin) [n]

79/ADGIINRR ARRIDING ARRIDE, to please (to give enjoyment or satisfaction to, also PLEASURE) [v]

80/ADGIMNRS MRIDANGS- MRIDANG, a two-headed Indian drum, also MRIDANGA [n]

81/ADGINRSW -DRAWINGS- DRAWING, a picture in lines [n]
-SWARDING SWARD, to cover with turf [v]
WARDINGS- WARDING, the act of guarding (to protect (to shield from harm, attack or injury)) [n]

82/ADGINRSY YARDINGS- YARDING, a group of animals displayed for sale [n]

83/ADHOS DOSHA-/S (Sanskrit) each of three energies believed in Ayurveda to circulate in the body [n -S]
-ODAHS- ODAH, a room in a harem, also ODA [n]

84/ADIIKOST DAKOITIS- DAKOITI, robbery by Indian gangs, also DACOITY, DAKOITY [n]

85/ADIILLMR MILLIARD/S a billion (a number) [n -S]

86/ADIINPR PINDARI/S an Indian mercenary, also PINDAREE [n -S]
PRIDIAN relating to yesterday [adj]

87/ADNNORS RANDONS- RANDON, a rush [n]

88/ADNNOST DANTONS- DANTON, to dare, also DAUNTON [v]
DONNATS- DONNAT, an idler, also DONNOT [n]

89/ADNNOTU DAUNTON/S to dare, also DANTON [v -ED, -ING, -S]

90/ADNOSTT DOTANTS- DOTANT, someone who dotes, also DOTARD [n]

91/AEEENNRV VENEREAN/S a person addicted to sexual intercourse [n -S]

92/AEEERRTW TREEWARE/S printed materials as opposed to electronic text [n -S]

93/AEEGISS -AEGISES AEGIS, protection, also EGIS [n]
ASSIEGE/DS to besiege (to attack and surround, also SIEGE) [v ASSIEGED, ASSIEGING, ASSIEGES]

94/AEEGNNS ENNAGES- ENNAGE, a measurement of printing type in ens [n]

95/AEEGSTT -GESTATE/DS to carry in the uterus during pregnancy [v GESTATED, GESTATING, GESTATES]
TAGETES a plant [n TAGETES]

96/AEEHIMPT EPITHEMA- a group of leaf cells which exude water, also EPITHEM [n EPITHEMATA]

97/AEEHMRT ERATHEM/S the group of rock strata of a particular era [n -S]
-THERMAE hot springs [n]

98/AEEHRTV THREAVE/S two dozen [n -S]

99/AEEMNPT PEATMEN PEATMAN, a peat seller [n]

100/AEEMRTY METAYER/S a tenant farmer who uses metayage [n -S]

101/AEEPRTY -PEATERY a region covered with peat, also PEATARY, PETARY [n PEATERIES]

102/AEFIJLO JEOFAIL/S the acknowledgement of a mistake [n -S]

103/AEGIMNN -AMENING AMEN, to conclude prayerfully [v]
-MEANING/S the sense intended [n -S]

104/AEGINNP S/NEAPING NEAP, to tend towards the tide of the smallest range [v]
S/-PEANING PEAN, to beat with a rounded hammer head, also PEEN, PEIN, PENE [v]

105/AEILLNUV LAEVULIN/S a sugar in certain plants, also LEVULIN [n -S]

106/AEILLSTW WALLIEST- WALLY, excellent [adj]

107/AEILMNSS ISLESMAN an islander, also ISLEMAN [n ISLESMEN]

108/AEILPSST PALSIEST- PALSY, over-friendly [adj]

109/AEILRSSV REVISALS- REVISAL, a revised version, also REVISION [n]
RIVALESS a female rival [n -ES]

110/AEILSSTW -SWALIEST SWALY, shady (underhand) [adj]

111/AEILSSU SAULIES- SAULIE, a hired mourner [n]

112/AEIMSSTU MAUSIEST MAUSY, foggy, misty also MAUZY [adj]

113/AEINPSSU APNEUSIS gasping with inadequate exhalation [n APNEUSES]

114/AELLRST -STELLAR- pertaining to the stars [adj]
TELLARS- TELLAR, to form tillers [v]

115/AELNRSS RANSELS- RANSEL, a search for stolen goods, also RANCEL, RANZEL [n]

116/AELRSST W/ARTLESS lacking cunning [adj]
BP/-LASTERS- LASTER, one that lasts (to continue (to go on with)) [n]
P/-SALTERS- SALTER, one that salts (to treat with a preservative) [n]
SLATERS- SLATER, a woodlouse (a small creature which likes wood) [n]
TARSELS- TARSEL, a male hawk, also TARCEL, TASSELL [n]

117/AENSSTU NASUTES- NASUTE, a type of white ant [n]
UNSEATS- UNSEAT, to remove from a seat [v]

118/AFGILNRS FANGIRLS- FANGIRL, a female who is an enthusiastic devotee of something [n]

119/AGHILNRS HARLINGS- HARLING, a scraping or small quantity of anything [n]
RINGHALS a venomous snake [n -ES]

120/AGHILNST HALTINGS- HALTING, the act of halting [n]
LATHINGS- LATHING, work made by using laths, also LATHWORK [n]

121/AGIINNST SAINTING SAINT, to hail as a person of exceptional holiness [v]
SATINING SATIN, to make smooth like satin material [v]
STAINING/S the act of staining [n -S]

122/AGILMNST MALTINGS- MALTING, a building where malt is made [n]

123/AGILNPST PLATINGS- PLATING, a thin layer of metal [n]
SPALTING SPALT, to split (to separate lengthwise) [v]
STAPLING/S the act of fastening with a U-shaped metal clip [n -S]

124/AGILNRSW WARLINGS- WARLING, someone disliked [n]
WARSLING WARSLE, to wrestle (to grapple with, also WRASSLE, WRASTLE, WRAXLE) [v]

125/AGILNSU LINGUAS- LINGUA, the tongue [n]
NILGAUS- NILGAU, a large antelope, also NILGAI, NILGHAI, NILGHAU, NYLGHAI, NYLGHAU [n]
SALUING SALUE, to salute (to greet with a sign of respect) [v]

126/AGILRSTY GRAYLIST/S to hold (someone) in suspicion, without actually excluding him or her from a particular activity also GREYLIST [v -ED, -ING, -S]

127/AGINOTZ TOAZING TOAZE, to tease out [v]

128/AHIINTU HUITAIN/S a group of eight lines of verse [n -S]

129/AIILMRT MILITAR/Y military [adj]

130/AIILRTV TRIVIAL- insignificant [adj]
VITRAIL stained glass [n VITRAUX]

131/AIINPRS ASPIRIN/GS a pain relieving drug [n -S]
RAPINIS- RAPINI, (Italian) immature turnip plants also RAPPINI [n]

132/AIINSTV NAIVIST in a naive style [adj]

133/AIIPRST A/PIARIST/S a member of a Christian group who educate the poor [n -S]

134/AIKNRST KIRTANS- KIRTAN, devotional singing, usually accompanied by instruments [n]
RANKIST/S a person who discriminates against people on the grounds of rank [n -S]

135/AILNOSS M/ALISONS- ALISON, a small flowering plant, sweet alyssum [n]
SIALONS- SIALON, ceramic material [n]

136/AINOPRSS PARISONS- PARISON, a lump of pre-moulded glass [n]

137/AINOSTTU TITANOUS pertaining to titanium (a metallic element) [adj]

138/AIOPRSST AIRPOSTS- AIRPOST, the system of conveying mail by air [n]
AIRSTOPS- AIRSTOP, a helicopter stopping place [n]
PROSAIST/S a writer of prose, also PROSER [n -S]
PROTASIS the introductory part of a classical drama [n PROTASES]

139/ANOPRRTU PROTURAN/S any of an order of white wingless insects [n -S]

140/ANOSTTU TOTANUS a bird [n -ES]

141/BDEGIOS BODGIES-/T BODGIE, a male cult figure of the 1950s [n]

142/BDEOPR BEDROP/ST to drop upon [v BEDROPPED, BEDROPPING, BEDROPS]
-PROBED- PROBE, to examine thoroughly [v]

143/BEEIKORS BROEKIES (South Africa) underpants [n]

144/BEEINPR PEBRINE/S a silkworm disease [n -S]

145/BEEIRTY EBRIETY drunkenness [n EBRIETIES]

146/BEGNOTU UNBEGOT UNBEGET, to undo the begetting of [v]

147/CDEEENOS SECONDEE-/S a person on secondment [n -S]

148/CEEHINR INHERCE/DS to enclose in a hearse, also INHEARSE, ENHEARSE [v INHERCED, INHERCING, INHERCES]

149/CEEINPR PERCINE/S a perch-like fish, esp one belonging to the family Percidae also PERCOID [n -S]

150/CEEINPT -PENTICE/DS to provide with a penthouse, also PENTISE [v PENTICED, PENTICING, PENTICES]

151/CEGNORU CONGRUE/DS to agree (to have the same opinion) [v CONGRUED, CONGRUING, CONGRUES]

152/CINORSTT CONTRIST/S to sadden (to make sad (unhappy (sad))) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
STRONTIC pertaining to strontia (a chemical compound) [adj]

153/DEEEORSW OREWEEDS- OREWEED, a type of seaweed (a plant growing in the sea) [n]

154/DEEHIOTX M/ETHOXIDE/S a type of saltlike compound with metal and organic components, elso ETHYLATE [n -S]

155/DEELNPRS RESPLEND/S to shine brilliantly [v -ED, -ING, -S]

156/DEELNSTY ENSTYLED- ENSTYLE, to style (to name (to give a title to)) [v]

157/DEELRSTW LEWDSTER/S someone addicted to lewdness, also LEWDSBY [n -S]
WRESTLED- WRESTLE, to grapple with, also WRASSLE, WRASTLE, WRAXLE [v]

158/DEEORTX OXTERED OXTER, to take under the arm [v]
RETOXED RETOX, to embark on a binge of drink, drugs, or unhealthy food after a period of abstinence [v]

159/DEEORTZ ROZETED ROZET, to rosin (to treat with a brittle resin, also ROSET) [v]

160/DEEPRSTU PERTUSED- punched or pierced, also PERTUSE [adj]

161/DEGHIOOS SHOOGIED- SHOOGIE, to swing (to move freely back and forth) [v]

162/DEGILNNS B/-LENDINGS- LENDING, the act of giving in loan [n]

163/DEGILOP DOGPILE/S a heap of bodies formed by people jumping on top of each other in an act of celebration [n -S]

164/DEIIKLNR DINKLIER DINKLY, neat, tidy [adj]
KINDLIER KINDLY, kind (good to others) [adj]

165/DEIIKNRS RINKSIDE/S the area at the side of a rink [n -S]

166/DEIKOSY DISYOKE/DS to free from a yoke [v DISYOKED, DISYOKING, DISYOKES]

167/DEINSST DISNEST/S to dislodge from a nest [v -ED, -ING, -S]
DISSENT/S to disagree (to differ in opinion) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
SNIDEST- SNIDE, maliciously derogatory, also SNIDEY [adj]

168/EEEFIRRT FREETIER FREETY, superstitious, also FREITY [adj]

169/EEEIMRTT REMITTEE/S a person to whom a remittance is sent [n -S]

170/EEELNOSV NOVELESE/S the trite style of poorly written novels [n -S]

171/EEFIMRT FEMITER/S a plant once used to treat scurvy, also FUMITORY, FEMETARY, FENITAR [n -S]

172/EEFIORSX ORIFEXES ORIFEX, a mouth-like opening, also ORIFICE [n]

173/EEFLRSTU FLEURETS- FLEURET, a fencing foil [n]

174/EEGINNS ENGINES- ENGINE, to equip with machinery [v]
GENNIES GENNY, a large triangular sail, also GENOA [n]
NEESING NEESE, to sneeze, also NEEZE [v]
SNEEING SNEE, to cut (to sever (to divide or cut into parts)) [v]

175/EEIMNRV MINEVER/S a fur coat [n -S]

176/EEJNOORS REJONEOS- REJONEO, the art of bullfighting on horseback [n]

177/EEJNORS REJONES REJON, a bullfighting lance [n]

178/EEKOORST KREOSOTE/DS to treat with a wood preservative, also CREOSOTE, KREASOTE [v KREOSOTED, KREOSOTING, KREOSOTES]

179/EENNOTT NONETTE/S a musical piece for nine players, also NONET, NONETTO [n -S]

180/EENOORUZ EUROZONE/S the area formed by the countries using the euro [n -S]

181/EEOQRTU REQUOTE/DS to quote again [v REQUOTED, REQUOTING, REQUOTES]

182/EEORSTX RETOXES RETOX, to embark on a binge of drink, drugs, or unhealthy food after a period of abstinence [v]
XEROTES abnormal dryness of body parts, also XEROSIS [n XEROTES]

183/EFHTW -WHEFT/S an ensign, flag or signal [n -S]

184/EGHNORU ENROUGH/S to make rough (uneven (not even)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ROUGHEN/S to make rough (uneven (not even)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

185/EGIIMORR GRIMOIRE/S a book of magical lore [n -S]

186/EGILMOU ELOGIUM/S a funeral oration, also ELOGE, ELOGY [n -S]

187/EGMNORU MURGEON/S to mock with grimaces [v -ED, -ING, -S]

188/EGMNOST -EMONGST amongst, in the midst of, also EMONGEST [prep]

189/EGMORST GROMETS- GROMET, a reinforcing ring of metal, also GROMMET, GRUMMET [n]

190/EGORSTV GROVETS- GROVET, a wrestling hold [n]

191/EIIKLNST PS/-LINKIEST LINKY, full of interlocking rings [adj]

192/EILLNST LENTILS- LENTIL, an Eurasian annual plant [n]
-LINTELS- LINTEL, a horizontal supporting beam, also LINTOL [n]
TELLINS- TELLIN, a bivalve mollusc, also TELLEN [n]

193/EIMNRSST C/ENTRISMS- ENTRISM, political branch-stacking, also ENTRYISM [n]
MINSTERS- MINSTER, a large church or cathedral [n]
TRIMNESS the state of being trim (neat and orderly) [n -ES]

194/EINRTUUV UNVIRTUE/S lack of virtue [n -S]

195/EINSSTU INTUSES- INTUSE, a bruise [n]

196/ENNRSTU RUNNETS- RUNNET, a means of curdling milk [n]
STUNNER/S a very attractive person [n -S]

197/EORRSTTU TORTURES- TORTURE, to subject to severe physical pain [v]
-TROUTERS- TROUTER, a trout fisherman [n]

198/FHITW WHIFT/S a slight puff [n -S]