1/AAAISTW WAIATAS- WAIATA, a Maori song [n]

2/AADEFGRS FARDAGES- FARDAGE, a bottom layer of wood to keep cargo from water [n]

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

4/AADEGHRS RAGHEADS- RAGHEAD, an Arab [n]
RHAGADES cracks in the skin [n]

5/AADEGMRS DAMAGERS- DAMAGER, one that damages (to injure (to harm or do hurt to)) [n]
MEGARADS- MEGARAD, a unit of radiation one thousand rads [n]
SMARAGDE-/S an emerald, also SMARAGD [n -S]

6/AADEGRSV SAVEGARD/S to guard (to protect (to shield from harm, attack or injury)) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

7/AADEPSS ESPADAS- ESPADA, a sword (a weapon with a long blade) [n]
PASSADE/S a turn of a horse backward or forward on the same ground [n -S]

8/AADGIMOS AGAMOIDS- AGAMOID, a lizard resembling an agamid [n]

9/AADILLNR LANDRAIL/S a bird with a rasping cry, also CORNCRAKE [n -S]

10/AAEEPSTT -ASEPTATE not partitioned by septa [adj]

11/AAEGLTUV VAULTAGE/S a cavern, also VAUNTAGE [n -S]

12/AAEIILMP LIPAEMIA/S excessive fat in the blood, also LIPEMIA [n -S]

13/AAHSST -SHASTA/S a flowering plant of the daisy family [n -S]

14/AAIKORU -OUAKARI/S a type of South American monkey [n -S]

15/AAILNT ANTLIA/E the sucking proboscis of moths and butterflies [n ANTLIAE]
P/LATINA/S a female Latin American [n -S]

16/ABCEGOR BROCAGE/S the business of a broker [n -S]

17/ABDEELMR BEDLAMER/S a young harp seal [n -S]

18/ABDEEMRS EMBREADS- EMBREAD, to braid, also EMBRAID [v]

19/ABDEIMS IMBASED- IMBASE, to lower, also EMBASE, EMBACE [v]

20/ABEEFSTU BEAUFETS- BEAUFET, a sideboard, also BEAUFFET [n]

21/ABEEHLRS HEELBARS- HEELBAR, a shop or counter where shoes, etc are repaired [n]

22/ABGILNT A/BLATING BLATE, to babble [v]
S/-TABLING/S the presentation of a paper for discussion [n -S]

23/ABIJNOST ABJOINTS- ABJOINT, to cut off by forming a septum [v]
BANJOIST/S one who plays the banjo [n -S]

24/ABIOORRS ARBORIOS- ARBORIO, a round-grained rise used in making risotto [n]

25/ACDEP S/-CAPED- CAPE, to keep a course [v]
S/-PACED- PACE, to walk with measured steps [v]

26/ACDEPS E/-SCAPED- SCAPE, to escape (to free oneself) [v]
-SPACED- SPACE, to arrange at intervals apart [v]

27/ACEFGOT GEOFACT/S a rock chipped by nature to look man-made [n -S]

28/ACEHNRTT TRANCHET-/S a shoemaker's knife [n -S]

29/ACEILNNP PANNICLE/S a thin vestment, also PANNIKEL [n -S]
PINNACLE/DS to place on a summit [v PINNACLED, PINNACLING, PINNACLES]

30/ACEIMTTU MUTICATE in botany, lacking a point, also MUTICOUS [adj]

31/ACEISTTW SCAWTITE/S silicate of calcium [n -S]

32/ACGINRS F/ARCINGS- ARCING, an electrical discharge, also ARCKING [n]
CARINGS- CARING, the act of showing concern [n]
BT/RACINGS- RACING, the sport of engaging in contests of speed [n]
SACRING/S the act of consecration at mass [n -S]
-SCARING SCARE, to frighten (to make afraid, to scare, also FRIGHT) [v]

33/ACINTU ANICUT/S a dam, also ANNICUT [n -S]
NAUTIC/S relating to ships, also NAUTICAL [adj]
-TUNICA-/E a layer of body tissue [n TUNICAE]

34/ACNORTT CONTRAT-/ES a contract [n -S]

35/ACORY -ORACY skill in oral communication [n ORACIES]
-YARCO/S (Australian slang) a young working-class person who wears casual sports clothes [n -S]

36/ADDEIM DIADEM/S to adorn with a crown [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-MAIDED MAID, to work as a maidservant [v]
MEDIAD- toward the middle of a body [adv]

37/ADEGLNN ENDLANG lengthwise, also ENDLONG [adv]

38/ADEIMPRR RAMPIRED- having a rampire [adj]

39/ADGIMNR MRIDANG/AS a two-headed Indian drum, also MRIDANGA [n -S]

40/ADIIKOT DAKOITI-/S robbery by Indian gangs, also DACOITY, DAKOITY [n -S]

41/ADNNOOT NANODOT/S a small cluster of metal atoms which can store much data [n -S]

42/AEFST -FATES- FATE, to destine (to determine beforehand) [v]
-FEAST/S to dine sumptuously [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-FEATS- FEAT, to cover with feathers [v]
FESTA-/LS a holiday [n -S]
-FETAS- FETA, a crumbly white cheese, also FETTA [n]

43/AEGGIMRT GREGATIM in flocks [adv]

44/AEGGINRV -GREAVING GREAVE, to feel grief, also GRIEVE [v]

45/AEGNOWY WAYGONE exhausted by travel [adj]

46/AEHIPRRS PHRASIER PHRASY, inclined to use wordy phrases [adj]

47/AEHIRRSW WAIRSHER WAIRSH, tasteless, also WERSH [adj]

48/AEHISTTW THAWIEST THAWY, inclined to melt [adj]
THWAITES- THWAITE, reclaimed wasteland [n]

49/AEILMNNP IMPANNEL/S to put onto a list for jury duty, also IMPANEL [v IMPANNELLED, IMPANNELLING, IMPANNELS]

50/AEIMPRRS RAMPIRES- RAMPIRE, a flat-topped defensive mound [n]

51/AEIPRRSY SPRAYIER SPRAYEY, full of spray [adj]

52/AEJLOSU JALOUSE/DS to suspect, also JEALOUSE [v JALOUSED, JALOUSING, JALOUSES]
JEALOUS/EY envious of others, also GEALOUS [adj]

53/AFGILNR FANGIRL/S a female who is an enthusiastic devotee of something [n -S]
FLARING FLARE, to display glaringly with a blaze [v]

54/AFGINRS -FARSING FARSE, to expand a narrative by interpolation [v]

55/AFGINTU FAUTING FAUT, to fault (Scots) [v]

56/AFIKLORT FORKTAIL/S one of a group of birds including the kite [n -S]

57/AFIMNORR RANIFORM frog-like [adj]

58/AFIORSTZ -SFORZATI SFORZATO, a suddenly emphasised passage of music, also FORZANDO, FORZATO, SFORZANDO [n]

59/AGHILNR -HARLING/S a scraping or small quantity of anything [n -S]

60/AGHINRS GARNISH to decorate (to adorn (to embellish)) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]
BCT/-RASHING RASH, to slash (to cut with violent sweeping strokes) [v]
-SHARING/S the act of sharing [n -S]

61/AGHINRU NURAGHI/C NURAGHE, an ancient round tower, also NURHAG [n]

62/AGHINST G/HASTING/S HASTE, to hasten (to hurry (to move swiftly)) [v]
S/-TASHING TASH, to soil (to make dirty (soiled)) [v]

63/AGHIRST GRAITHS- GRAITH, to dress (to clothe (to provide with clothing)) [v]

64/AGIILOSV VILIAGOS- VILIAGO, a coward, also VILIACO, VILLAGIO, VILLIAGO [n]

65/AGIINNR AIRNING AIRN, to iron (to eliminate wrinkles from clothes by pressing) [v]
INGRAIN/S to impress firmly on the mind [v -ED, -ING, -S]
BDGT/RAINING RAIN, to fall in drops of water [v]

66/AGILNRW -WARLING/S someone disliked [n -S]

67/AGILNRY ANGRILY ANGRY, feeling hostility [adv]
NARGILY a hookah, also NARGHILE, NARGHILY, NARGILE, NARGILEH [n NARGILIES]
RANGILY RANGY, tall and slender [adv]
G/RAYLING RAYLE, to flow (to move steadily and smoothly along) [v]

68/AGILNTY GIANTLY giant-like [adj GIANTLIER, GIANTLIEST]

69/AGIMNRS FW/ARMINGS- ARMING, the act of one that arms (to supply with weapons) [n]
INGRAMS- INGRAM, (obsolete) an ignorant person also INGRUM [n]
MARGINS- MARGIN, to provide with a border, also MARGENT [v]

70/AGIMNST MASTING MAST, to provide with a long pole that supports a ship's sails [v]
MATINGS- MATING, the period during which a seasonal-breeding animal can mate [n]
TAMINGS- TAMING, the act of taming [n]

71/AGINPTU TAPUING TAPU, to forbid the use of [v]

72/AGINRSW D/RAWINGS- RAWING, a second mowing of grass [n]

73/AGINRSY SIGNARY a system of signals [n SIGNARIES]
SYRINGA/S an ornamental shrub [n -S]

74/AGINRUW WAURING WAUR, to war (to engage in armed conflict) [v]

75/AGINSTW -STAWING STAW, (Scots) to stall [v]
TAWINGS- TAWING, the act of tawing [n]
TAWSING TAWSE, to flog (to beat with a whip) [v]
WASTING/S the act of wasting [n -S]

76/AGINTUV VAUTING VAUTE, to attain great success, also VAULT, VAUT, VAWTE [v]

77/AIMNOQRU MAROQUIN/S goat leather [n -S]

78/AIOPRTTY TYROPITA/S (Modern Greek) a Greek cheese pie [n -S]

79/AIORRTWY RYOTWARI/S a system of land-tenure [n -S]

80/ALLMO MOLAL- pertaining to a mole (the quantity of a compound that has a weight equal to the compound's molecular weight) [adj]
-MOLLA-/HS a Muslim learned in theology, also MOLLAH [n -S]

81/ALLOV OLLAV-/S a learned man in ancient Ireland, also OLLAMH [n -S]

82/ANOUY NOYAU/SX (French) a liqueur made from brandy flavoured with bitter almonds or peach-stones [n NOYAUS or NOYAUX]

83/AOORSTT TOOARTS- TOOART, an Eucalyptus tree [n]

84/BDEELNT BENDLET/S a half-width bend [n -S]

85/BDEERST BEDREST/S confinement to bed, for health reasons [n -S]

86/BDEMNOTU UNTOMBED UNTOMB, to remove from a tomb [v]

87/BEEGNOOS OBESOGEN/S a substance that causes abnormal weight gain [n -S]

88/BEEMRTUZ ZERUMBET/S an East Indian drug [n -S]

89/BEGIINSU BIGUINES- BIGUINE, (French) a dance of French West Indian origin also BEGUINE [n]

90/BEGIOOS BOOGIES- BOOGIE, to dance to rock music, also BOOGEY, BOOGY [v]
GOOBIES GOOBY, (New Zealand) spittle [n]

91/CDEENRS DECERNS- DECERN, to decree by judicial sentence [v]
-SCERNED- SCERNE, to discern (to perceive (to become aware of through the senses)) [v]

92/CDEHNORS CHONDRES- CHONDRE, a rounded granule within meteorites [n]

93/CDORU COURD- covered [adj]
CRUDO-/S sliced, uncooked seafood often served with a sauce [n -S]
DUROC-/S a large red hog [n -S]

94/CEEGNOTY ECTOGENY the effect of pollen on the tissues of a plant [n ECTOGENIES]

95/CEFGIOT ECOGIFT/S a donation of land to the government for ecological purposes [n -S]

96/CEGIILNS CEILINGS- CEILING, the overhead lining of a room [n]
CIELINGS- CIELING, a ceiling (the overhead lining of a room) [n]

97/CEHLNOST CHOLENTS- CHOLENT, a Jewish stew [n]
NOTCHELS- NOTCHEL, to repudiate the debts of someone, also NOCHEL [v]

98/CEHORSTU -SCOUTHER/SY to scorch, also SCOWDER [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TOUCHERS- TOUCHER, one who touches (to come into contact with) [n]
-TROUCHES TROUCH, (English dialect) junk [n]

99/CEIILLNO LINOLEIC as in linoleic acid [adj]

100/CEIINOSS ICONISES- ICONISE, to venerate, also ICONIZE [v]

101/CELMORST CORMLETS- CORMLET, a small corm [n]

102/CELORSTY COYSTREL/S a knave, also COISTREL, COISTRIL, COYSTRIL [n -S]

103/CENOPSTU POUNCETS- POUNCET, a pomander (a mixture of aromatic substances) [n]

104/CEORSTUV COUVERTS- COUVERT, a table cover [n]
CUTOVERS- CUTOVER, land cleared of trees [n]
OVERCUTS- OVERCUT, to cut too much [v]

105/CEOS -COSE-/CDSTY to make oneself cosy [v COSED, COSING, COSES]
D/-ECOS- ECO, ecology (an environmental science) [n]
-SECO- dry (of wine) [adj]

106/CFGIIKNR -FRICKING an intensive, fucking [adj]

107/CFGIINOR COFIRING/S the combustion of two different types of materials at the same time [n -S]

108/CINTU -CUNIT/S one hundred cubic feet [n -S]
CUTIN/S a waxy plant substance [n -S]
INCUT/S in rock climbing, an indent cut into the face of the rock which can be used as a handhold or foothold [n -S]
TUNIC/AS a loose-fitting garment [n -S]

109/COS E/-COS/EHSTY a variety of lettuce [n -ES]
SOC-/AKS the right of holding a local court [n -S]

110/DEEEORW OREWEED/S a type of seaweed (a plant growing in the sea) [n -S]

111/DEEFRTU FEUTRED- FEUTRE, to set in a rest, also FEWTER [v]
REFUTED- REFUTE, to prove to be false or erroneous, also REBUT [v]

112/DEEHNRS HERDENS- HERDEN, a coarse fabric [n]

113/DEEMNTU UNMETED not meted [adj]

114/DEEPRST -PRESTED PREST, to lend (to give for a time only) [v]

115/DEERSTV STERVED- STERVE, to starve (to die from lack of food) [v]
VERDETS- VERDET, copper acetate [n]

116/DEERSTY -DYESTER/S a dyer (one that dyes (to change the colour of)) [n -S]

117/DEFNOPRS FORSPEND/S to wear out [v FORSPENT, FORSPENDING, FORSPENDS]

118/DEGIIMST MIDGIEST- MIDGY, full of midges [adj]

119/DEGIRRS GIRDERS- GIRDER, a horizontal support [n]
RIDGERS- RIDGER, a type of plough [n]

120/DEGIRRU DURGIER DURGY, dwarfish (resembling a dwarf (an extremely small person)) [adj]

121/DEGNORUU UNROUGED not rouged [adj]

122/DEGORSST -STODGERS- STODGER, a dull person [n]

123/DEHNORSY ENHYDROS a nodule of water trapped in a mineral [n -ES]

124/DEHORTUY OUTHYRED- OUTHYRE, to give out as if on hire [v]

125/DEMNORUW UNWORMED not worm-eaten [adj]

126/DENOPRSV PROVENDS- PROVEND, provisions, also PROVAND, PROVIANT [n]

127/DENOPSTW STEWPOND/S a fish pond [n -S]

128/DHLLO DHOLL-/S a pea-like plant [n -S]

129/DINNOOR RONDINO/S a short rondo [n -S]

130/DINNOOT TONDINO/S a circular moulding [n TONDINOS or TONDINI]

131/EEEPRST ESTREPE/DS to create waste as a tenant [v ESTREPED, ESTREPING, ESTREPES]
STEEPER/S one that steeps (to soak in a liquid) [n -S]

132/EEFGMNOR FORGEMEN FORGEMAN, an iron worker [n]

133/EEFLRST FELTERS- FELTER, to mat together like felt [v]
REFLETS- REFLET, a special brilliance of surface [n]
TELFERS- TELFER, to transport by a system of aerial cable cars, also TELPHER [v]

134/EEFLRTU FLEURET/S a fencing foil [n -S]

135/EEFRSTU FEUTRES- FEUTRE, to set in a rest, also FEWTER [v]
REFUTES- REFUTE, to prove to be false or erroneous, also REBUT [v]

136/EEGHMORT GEOTHERM/S a line on a the earth connecting points of equal temperature [n -S]

137/EEGOORSV OVERGOES OVERGO, to exceed (to go beyond the limit) [v]

138/EELNSTY ENSTYLE/DS to style (to name (to give a title to)) [v ENSTYLED, ENSTYLING, ENSTYLES]
TENSELY TENSE, taut (fully stretched) [adv]

139/EELRSTV SERVLET/S a small program running on a server, accessing and delivering data [n -S]
SVELTER- SVELTE, gracefully slender [adj]

140/EENPSTU PUNTEES- PUNTEE, an iron supporting rod used in glassmaking, also PUNTY, PONTIE, PONTIL, PONTILE, PONTY [n]

141/EENSTUW UNSWEET not sweet [adj]

142/EEPRSTU PERTUSE/D punched or pierced, also PERTUSED [adj]
REPUTES- REPUTE, to consider to be as specified [v]

143/EERSTUV VERSUTE crafty (skillful in deceiving) [adj]
VERTUES- VERTUE, moral excellence, also VIRTUE [n]
VESTURE/DRS to clothe (to provide with clothing) [v VESTURED, VESTURING, VESTURES]

144/EFLMNOST LOFTSMEN LOFTSMAN, someone who makes a 1:1 model from draughtsman's plans [n]

145/EFOPRSTU POUFTERS- POUFTER, (offensive) a male homosexual, also POOF, POOVE, POOFTER, POOFTAH, POUFTAH, WOOFTER [n]

146/EFSTY FESTY- (Australian slang) very bad [adj FESTIER, FESTIEST]

147/EGHIILNS -SHEILING/S a shepherd's hut [n -S]
SHIELING/S the act of shieling [n -S]

148/EGHIOOS SHOOGIE/DS to swing (to move freely back and forth) [v SHOOGIED, SHOOGIEING, SHOOGIES]

149/EGIILMST LEGITIMS- LEGITIM, a child's inheritance [n]

150/EGIILNSW WISELING/S someone who pretends to be wise [n -S]

151/EGILNNS GINNELS- GINNEL, a narrow alley, also GENNEL [n]
F/LENSING/S the act of making a film [n -S]

152/EGILRRU GURLIER GURLY, grim (stern and unrelenting) [adj]

153/EGIMNOV R/-EMOVING EMOVE, to affect emotionally, also EMMOVE, ENMOVE [v]

154/EGINNSU ENSUING ENSUE, to follow, also ENSEW [v]
GUNNIES GUNNY, a coarse fabric [n]
INGENUS- INGENU, a naive young man [n]

155/EGIRRSU GURRIES GURRY, fish offal [n]
SURGIER SURGY, surging [adj]

156/EGISTTU GUTTIES/T GUTTY, latex, also GUTTA [n]

157/EGORSSTU GROUSEST- GROUSE, very good [adj]

158/EHLMNOTU MOLEHUNT/S a hunt for moles [n -S]

159/EHOPRSTU POUTHERS- POUTHER, to powder (to reduce to fine dust-like particles) [v]
SUPERHOT extremely hot [adj]

160/EHORSTUY OUTHYRES- OUTHYRE, to give out as if on hire [v]

161/EIIMNOSS DR/-EMISSION/S the act of emitting (to send forth) [n -S]
SIMONIES SIMONY, the buying and selling of a church office [n]
SIMONISE/DS to polish with wax, also SIMONIZE [v SIMONISED, SIMONISING, SIMONISES]

162/EIOSTTUZ TOUZIEST TOUZY, shaggy (covered with long coarse hair) [adj]

163/ELMOPRTU PREMOULT preceding moult also PREMOLT [adj]

164/ELNORSVY SLOVENRY slovenliness [n SLOVENRIES]

165/ELOPRSTW PLOWTERS- PLOWTER, to potter, also PLOUTER, PLOTTER [v]

166/HLMUY MUHLY a perennial grass [n MUHLIES]

167/HOOT BSW/-HOOT-/SY to cry like an owl [v -ED, -ING, -S]
-TOHO a call for a hunting dog to stop [interj]

168/HOOTY HOOTY- sounding like the cry of an owl [adj HOOTIER, HOOTIEST]

169/HORTW GT/ROWTH-/S an abundance, also ROUTH [n -S]
THROW-/ENS to fling in the air [v THREW, THROWN, THROWING, THROWS]
WHORT/S an edible berry, also WHORTLE [n -S]
WORTH-/SY to befall (to happen or occur to) [v -ED, -ING, -S]
WROTH wrathful, also WROTHFUL [adj]