Words That Make Other Words When Reversed / Spelt Backwards

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desserts - DESSERT, a final course of a meal [n]

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stressed - STRESS, to place emphasis on [v]

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redrawer - one that redraws [n -S]

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rewarder - one that rewards [n -S]

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deifier - one who deifies [n -S]

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reified - REIFY, to regard as real or concrete [v]

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deliver - nimble [adj DELIVERLY] / to take to the intended recipient [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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reviled - REVILE, to assail with bitter abuse [v]

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dennets - DENNET, a nineteenth century horse gig [n]

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stenned - STEN, to stride vigorously, also STEND [v]

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dessert - a final course of a meal [n -S]

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tressed - TRESS, to form into long locks of hair [v]

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gateman - a person in charge of a gate [n GATEMEN]

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nametag - a tag bearing one's name [n -S]

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oillets - OILLET, (obsolete) an eyelet [n]

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stellio - as in stellio lizard, a STELLION [adj]

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reknits - REKNIT, to knit again [v]

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stinker - a very unpleasant person [n -S]

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reknots - REKNOT, to knot again [v]

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stonker - (Australian slang) to hit hard, to knock unconscious [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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reliver - to deliver back [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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reviler - one who reviles [n -S]

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sagenes - SAGENE, a network [n]

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senegas - SENEGA, a North American milkwort, or its root, used medicinally, also SENECA [n]

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sallets - SALLET, in medieval armour, a light helmet extending over the back of the neck, also SALADE, SALET [n]

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stellas - STELLA, a former coin of the United States [n]

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agenes - AGENE, a chemical compound used in bleaching flour [n]

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senega - a North American milkwort, or its root, used medicinally, also SENECA [n -S]

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animal - a living organism typically capable of voluntary motion and sensation [n -S] / of the nature of an animal [adj ANIMALLY]

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lamina - a thin plate or layer, also LAMELLA [n LAMINAS or LAMINAE]

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animes - ANIME, the resin of the W Indian locust-tree, also ANIMI [n]

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semina - SEMEN, the liquid that carries spermatozoa [n]

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braced - BRACE, to support [v]

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decarb - to decarbonise [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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deffer - DEF, excellent [adj]

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reffed - REF, to referee [v]

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degami - a tropical tree, lemonwood, also DEGAME [n -S]

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imaged - IMAGE, to form a likeness of mentally [v]

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demits - DEMIT, to let fall, to depress [v]

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stimed - STIME, (Scots) to peer, also STYME [v]

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denier - a unit of weight for silk, rayon or nylon yarn [n -S]

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reined - REIN, to restrain [v]

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denies - DENY, to declare to be untrue, also DENAY [v]

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seined - SEINE, to catch fish with a hanging net, also SEAN [v]

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depart - to go away [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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traped - TRAPE, to walk in an aimless manner, also TRAIPSE, TRAPES, TRAPSE [v]

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deport - to expel from a country [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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troped - TROPE, to provide with a metaphor [v]

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depots - DEPOT, a railway or bus station [n]

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stoped - STOPE, to excavate in layers [v]

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derats - DERAT, to rid of rats [v]

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stared - STARE, to gaze fixedly [v]

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derris - a vine yielding rotenone, that can be used as an insecticide [n -ES]

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sirred - SIR, to use a respectful form of address to a man [v]

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desses - DESSE, (Spenser) a desk [n]

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sessed - SESS, to assess (how much tax is owed), also CESS [v]

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devils - DEVIL, to prepare food with pungent seasoning [v]

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slived - SLIVE, to slip [v]

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devots - DEVOT, (French) a devotee [n]

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stoved - STOVE, to dry in a heating or cooking apparatus [v]

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dewans - DEWAN, (Urdu) in India, a financial minister, also DEEWAN, DIWAN [n]

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snawed - SNAW, to snow [v]

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dialer - one that dials, also DIALLER [n -S]

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relaid - RELAY, to put down new flooring [v]

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diaper - to put a nappy on [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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repaid - REPAY, to pay back [v]

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dormin - abscisic acid, a plant hormone, aka ABSCISIN, ABSCISSIN [n -S]

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nimrod - a hunter; a stupid person [n -S]

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dorter - (archaic) a dormitory, also DORTOUR [n -S]

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retrod - RETREAD, to tread again [v]

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drawer - one that draws [n -S]

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reward - to give in return for some service or act [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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elides - ELIDE, to strike out (a word or passage) [v]

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sedile - (Latin) a seat in a church for officiating clergy, also SEDILIUM [n SEDILIA]

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elutes - ELUTE, to remove by means of a solvent [v]

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setule - a small bristle [n -S]

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emmets - EMMET, (dialect) an ant [n]

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stemme - (Spenser) to encircle [v STEMMED, STEMMING, STEMMES]

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epater - (French) to shock complacent people [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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retape - to tape again [v RETAPED, RETAPING, RETAPES]

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espial - a scout or spy [n -S]

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laipse - (dialect) to defeat thoroughly [v LAIPSED, LAIPSING, LAIPSES]

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eviler - EVIL, morally bad [adj]

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relive - to experience again [v RELIVED, RELIVING, RELIVES]

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gelder - one who gelds or castrates [n -S]

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redleg - a term for a poor white person, esp. a descendant of original white settlers [n -S]

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hallan - (Scots) a partition or screen between the door and a fireplace in a cottage [n -S]

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nallah - (Hindi) a ravine, a watercourse, also NALA, NALLA, NULLA, NULLAH [n -S]

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lahals - LAHAL, a team game played by the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest, also SLAHAL [n]

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slahal - a team game played by indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest, also LAHAL [n -S]

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langer - (Irish slang) a penis, a dickhead [n -S]

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regnal - pertaining to a king or his reign [adj]

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levins - LEVIN, (archaic) lightning [n]

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snivel - to cry or whine with sniffling [v SNIVELED or SNIVELLED, SNIVELING or SNIVELLING, SNIVELS]

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looter - one that loots [n -S]

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retool - to reequip with tools [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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marrum - a seaside grass, also MARRAM [n -S]

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murram - a tough clayey gravel used as road metal in tropical Africa [n -S]

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nappas - NAPPA, a kind of soft leather prepared from sheep- or goatskin by a special tawing process, also NAPA [n]

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sappan - (Malay) the wood of a leguminous tree, formerly used to provide a red dye, also SAPAN, SAPANWOOD, SAPPANWOOD [n -S]

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pupils - PUPIL, a student under the close supervision of a teacher [n]

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slipup - a mistake [n -S]

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raggas - RAGGA, a type of rap music combining reggae and hip-hop, also RAGGAMUFFIN [n]

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saggar - a clay box in which pottery is packed for baking, also SAGGARD, SEGGAR [n -S] / to pack in a saggar, also SAGGER [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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recaps - RECAP, (short for) recapitulate, to review by a brief summary [v]

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spacer - someone who, or something which, spaces [n -S]

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reccos - RECCO, (colloquial) a reconnoitre, also RECCE, RECCY [n]

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soccer - a type of ball game [n -S]

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redips - REDIP, to dip again [v]

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spider - to move in a scuttling manner [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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redraw - to draw again [v REDREW, REDRAWN, REDRAWING, REDRAWS]

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warder - someone who guards or supervises; a prison officer in charge of prisoners in a jail [n -S] / to guard as a warder [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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reflet - (French) an iridescent or metallic lustre [n -S]

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telfer - to transport by a system of aerial cable cars, also TELPHER [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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reflow - to flow again [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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wolfer - a hunter of wolves, also WOLVER [n -S]

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reknit - to knit again [v REKNITTED, REKNITTING, REKNITS]

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tinker - to repair shoddily [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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reknot - to knot again [v REKNOTTED, REKNOTTING, REKNOTS]

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tonker - one who tonks, hits e.g. a cricket-ball into the air [n -S]

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remeet - to meet again [v REMET, REMEETING, REMEETS]

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teemer - one who teems, or brings forth [n -S]

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renies - RENY, (obsolete) to renounce, abjure, also RENAY, RENEY [v]

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seiner - one who fishes with a seine [n -S]

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rennet - a name given to many different kinds of apples, mostly of French origin, also REINETTE, RUNNET [n -S]

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tenner - (colloquial) a ten-pound note [n -S]

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repins - REPIN, to pin again [v]

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sniper - one who snipes [n -S]

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repots - REPOT, to put in a new pot [v]

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stoper - one that stopes, excavates in mining using a stope [n -S]

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retros - RETRO, a kind of rocket [n]

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sorter - one that sorts [n -S]

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rewets - REWET, to wet again [v]

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stewer - one who stews [n -S]

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rosies - ROSY, to redden [v]

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seisor - one who seizes (property), takes possession, also SEISER, SEIZER, SEIZOR [n -S]

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salles - SALLE, (French) a hall [n]

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sellas - SELLA, an area in the sphenoid bone [n]

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scares - SCARE, to frighten [v]

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seracs - SERAC, (French) a large mass of ice broken off a glacier and remaining behind in a crevasse [n]

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secret - hidden [adj SECRETER, SECRETEST, SECRETLY] / something hidden [n -S]

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terces - TERCE, a prayer service held at 9 a.m. [n]

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selahs - SELAH, (Hebrew) a musical instruction meaning a pause, to reflect upon that which came before or which follows, for a meditational attitude [n]

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shales - SHALE, to shell, husk, also SHEAL, SHEEL, SHIEL [v]

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sennet - (Shakespeare) a trumpet call used for formal stage entrance or exit [n -S]

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tennes - TENNE, an orange-brown colour, also TENNY [n]

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serons - SERON, a crate, also SEROON [n]

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snores - SNORE, to breath noisily while sleeping [v]

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shakos - SHAKO, (Hungarian) the hat usually worn by members of a marching band, also CHACO, SHACKO [n]

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sokahs - SOKAH, a variety of Caribbean calypso music, also SOCA [n]

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sinnet - plaited straw or rope, also SENNIT [n -S]

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tennis - an outdoor ball game [n -ES]

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skeets - SKEET, the sport of clay bird shooting [n]

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steeks - STEEK, (Scots) to stitch [v]

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skrans - SKRAN, (slang) food, provision, also SCRAN [n]

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snarks - SNARK, an imaginary animal created by Lewis Carroll [n]

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sleeps - SLEEP, to be in a natural, periodic state of rest [v]

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speels - SPEEL, (Scots) to climb, also SPEIL [v]

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sleets - SLEET, to shower frozen rain [v]

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steels - STEEL, to cover with a tough iron alloy [v]

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sloops - SLOOP, a type of single-masted sailing vessel [n]

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spools - SPOOL, to wind on a small cylinder [v]

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sloots - SLOOT, (Afrikaans) in South Africa, a narrow water-channel, also SLUIT [n]

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stools - STOOL, to put forth shoots [v]

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snoops - SNOOP, to pry about [v]

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spoons - SPOON, to eat with a scooping eating utensil [v]

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sonnet - to compose a type of poem [v SONNETED or SONNETTED, SONNETING or SONNETTING, SONNETS]

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tennos - TENNO, (Japanese) the formal title of an Emperor of Japan [n]

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sparts - SPART, esparto, Spanish broom [n]

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straps - STRAP, to fasten with a narrow strip of flexible material [v]

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spirts - SPIRT, to emit liquid forcibly, also SPURT [v]

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strips - STRIP, to remove the outer covering [v]

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spoots - SPOOT, the razor-shell mollusc [n]

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stoops - STOOP, to bend the body forward and down [v]

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sports - SPORT, to frolic [v]

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strops - STROP, to sharpen on a strip of leather [v]

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sprits - SPRIT, a ship's spar [n]

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stirps - (Latin) a branch of a family; pedigree, also STIRP [n STIRPES]

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struts - STRUT, to walk with a pompous air, also STRUNT [v]

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sturts - STURT, to vex; to annoy [v]

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aider - one who aids [n -S]

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redia - the larva or certain flatworms [n REDIAS or REDIAE]

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airts - AIRT, to direct, also AIRTH [v]

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stria - a thin groove, stripe or streak [n STRIAE]

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amahs - AMAH, (Hindi) a native maidservant or child's nurse, esp. a wet nurse, also AMA [n]

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shama - (Hindi) an Indian millet-like cereal; an Indian songbird [n -S]

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amene - pleasant, offering amenity [adj]

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enema - fluid injected into the rectum [n ENEMAS or ENEMATA]

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amman - (German) in Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Scandinavia, a district magistrate, also AMTMAN [n -S]

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namma - as in namma hole, an Australian term for a natural well in rock, also GNAMMA [adj]

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anger - wrath [adj ANGERLY] / to make angry [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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regna - REGNUM, (Latin) reign, dominion [n]

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annat - (Scots) the half-year's stipend payable to a minister's wife on his death, also ANN [n ANNATS or ANNATES]

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tanna - (Hindi) an Indian police station, also TANA, TANNAH, THANA, THANAH, THANNA, THANNAH [n -S]

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arbas - ARBA, a heavy screened wagon used by Tatars and others, also ARABA, AROBA [n]

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sabra - (Hebrew) a prickly-pear fruit; also, a native Israeli [n -S]

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arret - (French) a decision; the judgment of a tribunal [n -S]

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terra - (Latin) the earth [n TERRAE or TERRAS]

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arris - a sharp edge on stone, metal etc. at the meeting of two surfaces [n -ES]

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sirra - (obsolete) a mode of address, sir, also SIREE, SIRRAH, SIRREE [n -S]

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arval - pertaining to plowed land [adj]

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lavra - (Greek) a group of huts or cells inhabited by reclusive monks in Egypt and the Middle East, also LAURA [n -S]

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assam - (Malay) in Malaysia, tamarind as used in cooking [n -S]

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massa - (US) master [n -S]

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asses - ASS, a longhaired animal like a small horse; a stupid person [n]

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sessa - (Shakespeare) enough said, also CAESE, CEAS, SESE, SESEY [interj]

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ayahs - AYAH, in India, a maid or nurse, also AIA [n]

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shaya - (Tamil) an Indian plant of the madder family whose root chayroot yields a red dye, also CHAY, CHAYA [n -S]

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blits - BLIT, to transfer a large array of bits between different locations in a computer's memory [v]

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stilb - the cgs unit of intrinsic brightness [n -S]

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bobac - a type of marmot, also BOBAK [n -S]

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cabob - to skewer [v CABOBBED, CABOBBING, CABOBS]

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bobak - a type of marmot, also BOBAC [n -S]

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kabob - cubes of meat cooked on a skewer [n -S] / to cook on a skewer, also CABOB, KABAB, KEBAB, KEBOB [v KABOBBED, KABOBBING, KABOBS]

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boord - (Spenser) board, also BOORDE, BORD, BORDE [n -S]

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droob - (Australian slang) a pathetic person [n -S]

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camus - a type of robe, also CAMIS [n -ES]

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sumac - any of various shrubs and small trees of the genus Rhus, also SUMACH [n -S]

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cares - CARE, to be concerned [v]

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serac - (French) a large mass of ice broken off a glacier and remaining behind in a crevasse [n -S]

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cires - CIRE, (French) a fabric with a waxed finish [n]

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seric - silken [adj]

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daraf - an electrical inverse unit of capacitance [n -S]

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farad - a unit of electrical capacitance [n -S]

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darts - DART, to move suddenly and swiftly [v]

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strad - (short for) a Stradivarius, a make of violin [n -S]

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debut - to make a first public appearance in society [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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tubed - TUBE, to fit with a long hollow pipe [v]

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decaf - (short for) decaffeinated coffee, also DECAFF [n -S]

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faced - FACE, to confront [v]

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decal - a design made to be transferred [n -S] / to transfer by decal [v DECALLED or DECALED, DECALLING or DECALING, DECALS]

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laced - LACE, to draw together two edges with a cord [v]

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dedal - ingenious and cunningly designed, also DAEDAL, DAEDALEAN, DAEDALIAN, DAEDALIC, DEDALIAN [adj]

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laded - LADE, to load with cargo, also LADEN, LAID, LOAD, LOADEN [v]

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deens - DEEN, (Spenser) din [n]

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sneed - SNEE, (obsolete) to cut [v]

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deeps - DEEP, the place far down under the sea [n]

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speed - to move swiftly [v SPEEDED, SPED, SPEEDING, SPEEDS]

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deets - DEET, an insect repellent [n]

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steed - (Spenser) to stead, help, also STED, STEDD, STEDDE, STEDE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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defer - to postpone [v DEFERRED, DEFERRING, DEFERS]

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refed - REFEED, to feed again [v]

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deffo - (colloquial) definitely, also DEFO [interj]

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offed - OFF, to go away [v]

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delis - DELI, (short for) a delicatessen, also DELLY [n]

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siled - SILE, to strain, also SEIL [v]

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delos - DELO, (Australian slang) a delegate [n]

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soled - SOLE, to replace the bottom of a shoe or boot [v]

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deman - to reduce the number of employees in an industry [v DEMANNED, DEMANNING, DEMANS]

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named - NAME, to give a title to [v]

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demit - to let fall, to depress [v DEMITTED, DEMITTING, DEMITS]

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timed - TIME, to reckon the speed or duration of [v]

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denim - a coloured twilled cotton fabric for jeans, overalls, etc. [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word minedReverse - Backward Word minedReverse - Backward Word minedReverse - Backward Word minedReverse - Backward Word mined

mined - MINE, to dig for valuable materials [v]

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denis - DENI, one hundredth part of a denar [n]

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sined - SINE, (Scots) to rinse, wash out, also SIND, SYND, SYNE [v]

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depot - a railway or bus station [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word topedReverse - Backward Word topedReverse - Backward Word topedReverse - Backward Word topedReverse - Backward Word toped

toped - TOPE, to drink liquor to excess [v]

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derat - to rid of rats [v DERATTED, DERATTING, DERATS]

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tared - TAR, to cover with a viscous black liquid [v]

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deres - DERE, to injure, also DEAR, DEARE [v]

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sered - SERE, to burn the surface of [v]

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deros - DERO, (Australian slang) a derelict, also DERRO [n]

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sored - SORE, to make sore [v]

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devas - DEVA, a Hindu god, also DEV [n]

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saved - SAVE, to rescue from danger, injury or loss [v]

Reverse - Backward Word devilReverse - Backward Word devilReverse - Backward Word devilReverse - Backward Word devilReverse - Backward Word devil

devil - to prepare food with pungent seasoning [v DEVILED or DEVILLED, DEVILING or DEVILLING, DEVILS]

Reverse - Backward Word livedReverse - Backward Word livedReverse - Backward Word livedReverse - Backward Word livedReverse - Backward Word lived

lived - LIVE, to function as a living thing [v]

Reverse - Backward Word dexesReverse - Backward Word dexesReverse - Backward Word dexesReverse - Backward Word dexesReverse - Backward Word dexes

dexes - DEX, a pill containing Dexedrine, a sulfate used as a stimulant, also DEXIE, DEXY [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sexedReverse - Backward Word sexedReverse - Backward Word sexedReverse - Backward Word sexedReverse - Backward Word sexed

sexed - SEX, to assess organisms according to reproductive functions [v]

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dials - DIAL, to use a calibrated disk [v]

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slaid - a sledge [n -S]

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dinar - a monetary unit in Yugoslavia [n -S]

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ranid - any of a large family of frogs [n -S]

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diols - DIOL, an alcohol with two hydroxyl groups in the molecule [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sloidReverse - Backward Word sloidReverse - Backward Word sloidReverse - Backward Word sloidReverse - Backward Word sloid

sloid - (Swedish) a Swedish system of manual training by woodwork, also SLOJD, SLOYD [n -S]

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diram - a monetary unit of Tajikistan [n -S]

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marid - (Arabic) a jinn of the most powerful class [n -S]

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diyas - DIYA, (Hindi) a small oil lamp used in Hindu worship, esp. at Diwali [n]

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sayid - (Arabic) a descendant of Mohammed's daughter Fatima, also SAID, SAIYID, SAYED, SAYYID [n -S]

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dorps - DORP, (Afrikaans) a South African village or small town [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sprodReverse - Backward Word sprodReverse - Backward Word sprodReverse - Backward Word sprodReverse - Backward Word sprod

sprod - a salmon in its second year [n -S]

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doser - one who doses [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word resodReverse - Backward Word resodReverse - Backward Word resodReverse - Backward Word resodReverse - Backward Word resod

resod - to put down new turf [v RESODDED, RESODDING, RESODS]

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drail - to dirty by dragging [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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liard - grey; dapple-grey, also LIART, LYARD, LYART [adj] / an old French coin of low value [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word drapsReverse - Backward Word drapsReverse - Backward Word drapsReverse - Backward Word drapsReverse - Backward Word draps

draps - DRAP, (Scots) to drop [v]

Reverse - Backward Word spardReverse - Backward Word spardReverse - Backward Word spardReverse - Backward Word spardReverse - Backward Word spard

spard - (archaic) spared [adj]

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draws - DRAW, to move by pulling [v]

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sward - to cover with turf [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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drier - an apparatus for drying, also DRYER [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word reirdReverse - Backward Word reirdReverse - Backward Word reirdReverse - Backward Word reirdReverse - Backward Word reird

reird - (Scots) an uproar, also RAIRD [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word droolReverse - Backward Word droolReverse - Backward Word droolReverse - Backward Word droolReverse - Backward Word drool

drool - to let saliva flow from the mouth [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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loord - a lout [n -S]

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drows - DROW, (Scots) wet mist [n]

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sword - a weapon with a long blade [n -S] / to wield a sword [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word edileReverse - Backward Word edileReverse - Backward Word edileReverse - Backward Word edileReverse - Backward Word edile

edile - (Latin) in classical times, a magistrate in charge of games, markets or buildings, also AEDILE [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word elideReverse - Backward Word elideReverse - Backward Word elideReverse - Backward Word elideReverse - Backward Word elide

elide - to strike out (a word or passage) [v ELIDED, ELIDING, ELIDES]

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emits - EMIT, to send forth [v]

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stime - (Scots) to peer, also STYME [v STIMED, STIMING, STIMES]

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emong - (obsolete) among, also AMONGST, EMONGES, EMONGEST, EMONGST, MONGST [prep]

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gnome - a fabled little person [n -S] / a pithy saying [n GNOMAE]

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ervil - a European vetch, also ERS [n -S]

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livre - a former monetary unit of France [n -S]

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esnes - ESNE, (historical) a domestic slave in Old English times [n]

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sense - to have an impression or inward feeling [v SENSED, SENSING, SENSES]

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etats - ETAT, (French) the staff of an army, including all officers above the rank of colonel [n]

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state - to set forth in words [v STATED, STATING, STATES]

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evils - EVIL, wickedness or depravity [n]

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slive - to slip [v SLOVE or SLIVED, SLIVEN, SLIVING, SLIVES]

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fires - FIRE, to project by discharging from a gun [v]

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serif - a decorative stroke at the foot of a letter, also CERIPH, SERIPH [n -S]

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gater - an alligator, also GATOR [n -S]

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retag - to tag again [v RETAGGED, RETAGGING, RETAGS]

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girts - GIRT, to gird, girth [v]

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strig - to remove the stalks from [v STRIGGED, STRIGGING, STRIGS]

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gnats - GNAT, any small fly of the family Culicidae, of which the females are commonly bloodsuckers [n]

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stang - (Scots) to sting [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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gnaws - GNAW, to wear away by persistent biting [v]

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swang - SWING, to move freely back and forth [v]

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golps - GOLP, in heraldry, a purple roundel, also GOLPE [n]

Reverse - Backward Word splogReverse - Backward Word splogReverse - Backward Word splogReverse - Backward Word splogReverse - Backward Word splog

splog - a spam blog, an artificially created weblog site which the author uses to promote affiliated websites or to increase the search engine rankings of associated sites [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word gorpsReverse - Backward Word gorpsReverse - Backward Word gorpsReverse - Backward Word gorpsReverse - Backward Word gorps

gorps - GORP, to stare stupidly, also GAWP, GAUP [v]

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sprog - a young child [n -S]

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habus - HABU, a venomous snake found in Japan [n]

Reverse - Backward Word subahReverse - Backward Word subahReverse - Backward Word subahReverse - Backward Word subahReverse - Backward Word subah

subah - (Hindi) a province of the Mogul empire, also SUBA [n -S]

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hales - HALE, to compel to go [v]

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selah - (Hebrew) a musical instruction meaning a pause, to reflect upon that which came before or which follows, for a meditational attitude [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word halosReverse - Backward Word halosReverse - Backward Word halosReverse - Backward Word halosReverse - Backward Word halos

halos - HALO, to form a ring of light [v]

Reverse - Backward Word solahReverse - Backward Word solahReverse - Backward Word solahReverse - Backward Word solahReverse - Backward Word solah

solah - (Hindi) an Indian plant with a pith used in making tropical hats, aka spongewood, also SHOLA, SOLA [n -S]

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haram - a women's quarters in a Muslim house; a set of wives and concubines, also HAREEM, HAREM, HARIM [n -S]

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marah - (Hebrew) in Biblical allusions, bitterness; something bitter [n -S]

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henry - a unit of inductance [n HENRIES or HENRYS]

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yrneh - a unit of reciprocal inductance [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word kartsReverse - Backward Word kartsReverse - Backward Word kartsReverse - Backward Word kartsReverse - Backward Word karts

karts - KART, a small motor vehicle [n]

Reverse - Backward Word strakReverse - Backward Word strakReverse - Backward Word strakReverse - Backward Word strakReverse - Backward Word strak

strak - STRIKE, to hit [v]

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keels - KEEL, to turn keel upward [v]

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sleek - smooth, glossy [adj SLEEKER, SLEEKEST, SLEEKLY] / to make smooth, also SLEEKEN [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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keets - KEET, a young guinea fowl [n]

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steek - (Scots) to stitch [v STEEKED, STEEKIT, STEEKING, STEEKS]

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kirks - KIRK, to perform a church service with [v]

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skrik - a fright [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word kithsReverse - Backward Word kithsReverse - Backward Word kithsReverse - Backward Word kithsReverse - Backward Word kiths

kiths - KITH, one's friends and neighbours [n]

Reverse - Backward Word shtikReverse - Backward Word shtikReverse - Backward Word shtikReverse - Backward Word shtikReverse - Backward Word shtik

shtik - (Yiddish) a familiar line of chat adapted by a particular comedian, also SCHTICK, SCHTIK, SHTICK [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word knapsReverse - Backward Word knapsReverse - Backward Word knapsReverse - Backward Word knapsReverse - Backward Word knaps

knaps - KNAP, to strike sharply [v]

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spank - to slap on the buttocks [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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knits - KNIT, to make a garment by joining loops of yarn [v]

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stink - to emit a foul odour [v STUNK or STANK, STINKING, STINKS]

Reverse - Backward Word knotsReverse - Backward Word knotsReverse - Backward Word knotsReverse - Backward Word knotsReverse - Backward Word knots

knots - KNOT, to tie with a closed loop [v]

Reverse - Backward Word stonkReverse - Backward Word stonkReverse - Backward Word stonkReverse - Backward Word stonkReverse - Backward Word stonk

stonk - (slang) to bombard [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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knuts - KNUT, a swell, a dandy [n]

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stunk - STINK, to emit a foul odour [v]

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korat - a cat with a silver-blue coat [n -S]

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tarok - a pack of cards used in fortune-telling, also TAROC, TAROT [n -S]

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krans - (Afrikaans) a crown of rock on a mountain-top, also KRANTZ, KRANZ [n -ES]

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snark - an imaginary animal created by Lewis Carroll [n -S]

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kukus - KUKU, (Maori) a large fruit-eating pigeon of New Zealand, aka kereru [n]

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sukuk - (Arabic) a financial certificate that conforms to Muslim strictures on the charging or paying of interest [n -S]

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lacer - one that laces [n -S]

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recal - to call back, also RECALL [v RECALLED, RECALLING, RECALS]

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lager - to form a defensive encampment, also LAER, LAAGER [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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regal - royal [adj REGALLY] / a small portable organ [n -S]

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lares - LARE, lore; learning [n]

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seral - pertaining to a series of ecological changes [adj]

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larum - (archaic) alarm, also ALARM, ALARUM [n -S]

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mural - a painting on a wall or ceiling [n -S]

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leben - a kind of Eastern yogurt [n -S]

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nebel - (Hebrew) a Hebrew instrument, apparently a harp [n -S]

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leeps - LEEP, (Hindi) to plaster with cow-dung; to boil or scald [v]

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speel - (Scots) to climb, also SPEIL [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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leets - LEET, a former English court for petty offenses [n]

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steel - to cover with a tough iron alloy [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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leper - one affected with leprosy [n -S]

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repel - to drive back [v REPELLED, REPELLING, REPELS]

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lever - to prise open [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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revel - to engage in noisy merrymaking [v REVELLED or REVELED, REVELLING or REVELING, REVELS]

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liart - grey; dapple-grey, also LIARD, LYARD, LYART [adj]

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trail - to draw along behind [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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loges - LOGE, (French) a small enclosure or box in a theatre or opera house [n]

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segol - (Hebrew) a vowel-point in Hebrew, also SEGHOL [n -S]

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looks - LOOK, to use one's sight [v]

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skool - (colloquial) school [n -S]

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loons - LOON, a diving waterfowl [n]

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snool - (Scots) to be tamely submissive [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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loops - LOOP, to form oval openings [v]

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spool - to wind on a small cylinder [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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loots - LOOT, to plunder [v]

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stool - to put forth shoots [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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lotos - an aquatic plant, also LOTE, LOTUS [n -ES]

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sotol - (Nahuatl) any of several desert plants of the agave family, native to southwestern North America [n -S]

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marcs - MARC, the residue remaining after a fruit has been pressed [n]

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scram - to leave quickly [v SCRAMMED, SCRAMMING, SCRAMS]

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meets - MEET, to encounter [v]

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steem - (archaic) to esteem [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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meter - to measure by mechanical means, also METRE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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retem - (Spanish) a name for various desert plants, e.g. Spanish broom, also RETAMA [n -S]

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milks - MILK, to draw milk from the udder of [v]

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sklim - (Scots) to climb, also SCLIM [v SKLIMMED, SKLIMMING, SKLIMS]

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mools - MOOL, (Scots) to cover with soil [v]

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sloom - to slumber [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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moops - MOOP, (Scots) to nibble, munch, also MOUP [v]

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spoom - to scud before the wind [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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mures - MURE, to wall up the doors of; to stop (up) the means of access to [v]

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serum - the watery portion of whole blood [n SERUMS or SERA]

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muton - a unit of nucleic acid [n -S]

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notum - part of the thorax of an insect [n NOTA]

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namer - one who names [n -S]

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reman - to supply a fresh group of men [v REMANNED, REMANNING, REMANS]

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napas - NAPA, a kind of soft leather prepared from sheep- or goatskin by a special tawing process, also NAPPA [n]

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sapan - (Malay) the wood of a leguminous tree, formerly used to provide a red dye, also SAPANWOOD, SAPPAN, SAPPANWOOD [n -S]

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naras - an edible melonlike fruit, also NARRAS [n -ES]

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saran - a thermoplastic resin [n -S]

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narcs - NARC, (short for) a narcotics agent, also NARCO [n]

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scran - (slang) food, provision, also SKRAN [n -S]

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narks - NARK, to spy or inform [v]

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skran - (slang) food, provision, also SCRAN [n -S]

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nelis - a winter pear, also NELIES [n NELIS]

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silen - a woodland god or elderly satyr, also SILENUS [n -S]

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nemas - NEMA, (short for) a nematode, a parasitic worm with an unsegmented, cylindrical body [n]

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samen - (Scots) same [adj]

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neves - NEVE, old compressed snow, aka firn [n]

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seven - a number [n -S]

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niner - a student in the ninth grade [n -S]

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renin - a protein enzyme secreted by the kidneys [n -S]

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nolos - NOLO, (Latin) a type of legal plea, in full nolo contondere, a legal plea which accepts punishment without conceding guilt [n]

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solon - a wise lawgiver [n -S]

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nonet - a musical piece for nine players, also NONETTE, NONETTO [n -S]

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tenon - a projecting part of a joint for inserting into mortise [n -S] / to fix or fit with a tenon [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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noops - NOOP, (Scott) a knob, the tip of the elbow [n]

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spoon - to eat with a scooping eating utensil [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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notes - NOTE, to write down [v]

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seton - a thread or the like passed through the skin as a counter-irritant or for drainage [n -S]

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offer - to present for consideration [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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reffo - (Australian slang) a refugee [n -S]

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pacer - a horse whose gait is a pace [n -S]

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recap - (short for) recapitulate, to review by a brief summary [v RECAPPED, RECAPPING, RECAPS]

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parts - PART, to divide, separate or break [v]

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strap - to fasten with a narrow strip of flexible material [v STRAPPED, STRAPPING, STRAPS]

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peels - PEEL, to remove the outer covering of a fruit [v]

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sleep - to be in a natural, periodic state of rest [v SLEPT, SLEEPING, SLEEPS]

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pelas - PELA, a type of white wax from a scale insect [n]

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salep - dried orchid tubers; a food or drug prepared from them, also SALOOP, SALOP [n -S]

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peons - PEON, (Spanish) a day-labourer, esp. in Spanish-speaking America [n]

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snoep - (Afrikaans) tight-fisted [adj]

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perts - PERT, an impudent person [n]

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strep - any of various spherical bacteria [n -S]

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pools - POOL, to contribute to a common fund [v]

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sloop - a type of single-masted sailing vessel [n -S]

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poons - POON, an East Indian tree [n]

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snoop - to pry about [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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poort - (Afrikaans) a mountain pass [n -S]

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troop - to move in a crowd [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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poots - POOT, (Scots) to shoot at young partridges or grouse [v]

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stoop - to bend the body forward and down [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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ports - PORT, to carry, convey [v]

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strop - to sharpen on a strip of leather [v STROPPED, STROPPING, STROPS]

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puris - PURI, (Hindi) in India, a small cake of unleavened bread fried in vegetable oil, also POORI [n]

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sirup - a saturated solution of sugar boiled to prevent fermentation, also SYRUP [n -S] / to make into a syrup [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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rager - one who rages [n -S]

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regar - (Hindi) the rich black cotton soil of the Indian subcontinent, also REGUR [n -S]

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rages - RAGE, to react with violent anger [v]

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segar - a cigar [n -S]

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ragus - RAGU, in Italian cookery, a meat and tomato sauce [n]

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sugar - to sweeten with a carbohydrate [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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ramis - RAMI, (Malay) Rhea or China grass, a plant of the nettle family, also RAMEE, RAMIE [n]

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simar - (French) a loose coat, an undergarment formerly worn by women, also CIMAR, CYMAR, SIMARRE, SYMAR [n -S]

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reaps - REAP, to cut for harvest [v]

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spaer - (Scots) one who foresees the future [n -S]

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rebus - a representation of syllables or words by means of pictures or symbols; also, a riddle made up of such pictures or symbols [n -ES]

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suber - (Latin) the bark of the cork tree [n -S]

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rebut - to prove to be false or erroneous [v REBUTTED, REBUTTING, REBUTS]

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tuber - an underground stem which has been modified for storage of nutrients, such as a potato [n -S]

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redes - REDE, (archaic) to advise or counsel, also REEDE [v]

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seder - (Hebrew) a Pesach ceremonial meal [n SEDARIM or SEDERS]

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reeks - REEK, to give off smoke, fumes or smell, also REECH [v]

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skeer - (dialect) to scare, also SKEAR [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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reels - REEL, to wind on a type of rotary device [v]

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sleer - SLEE, (Scots) sly [adj]

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reens - REEN, a drainage channel, also REAN, RHINE, RHYNE [n]

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sneer - to curl the lip in contempt [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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regos - REGO, (Australian slang) a (motor vehicle) registration, also REGGO [n]

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soger - (dialect) a soldier, also SODGER [n -S]

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reiks - REIK, (obsolete) a prank [n]

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skier - one who skis [n -S]

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relit - RELIGHT, to light again [v]

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tiler - a maker or layer of tiles, also TYLER [n -S]

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remit - to send payment [v REMITTED, REMITTING, REMITS]

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timer - one that times [n -S]

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repot - to put in a new pot [v REPOTTED, REPOTTING, REPOTS]

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toper - a drunkard [n -S]

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resat - RESIT, to sit again after failing [v]

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taser - (tradename) a gunlike device which fires electrified darts [n -S] / to immobilize with a taser [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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rexes - REX, a king [n]

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sexer - one who sexes fowls [n -S]

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ribas - RIBA, (Arabic) interest or usury, as forbidden by the Koran [n]

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sabir - (French) a French-based pidgin language [n -S]

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rones - RONE, (Scots) a roof-gutter, also RHONE, ROAN, ROANPIPE, RONEPIPE [n]

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senor - (Spanish) a Spanish gentleman [n SENORS or SENORES]

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rooms - ROOM, to occupy a room [v]

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smoor - (Scots) to smother, extinguish, also SMORE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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roops - ROOP, (Scots) to make a hoarse sound [v]

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spoor - to follow a trail [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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roots - ROOT, to implant in the earth [v]

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stoor - a battle, an affray, also STOUR, STOURE, STOWRE, STURE [n -S]

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sadis - SADI, (Hebrew) a Hebrew letter, also SADE, SADHE, TSADE, TSADI, TZADDI [n]

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sidas - SIDA, any plant of the Queensland hemp genus [n]

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sados - SADO, a Japanese tea ceremony, also CHADO, CHANOYO, CHANOYU [n]

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sodas - SODA, any of a number of common sodium compounds [n]

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sakis - SAKI, (Japanese) a kind of rice wine [n]

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sikas - SIKA, (Japanese) a kind of deer, native to Japan [n]

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salat - (Arabic) a set of prayers performed by Muslims five times a day while facing towards Mecca [n -S]

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talas - TALA, (Sanskrit) a traditional rhythmic pattern in Indian music [n]

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sanes - SANE, to make the sign of the cross on, also SAIN [v]

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senas - SENA, (Hindi) in India, an army, esp. used of paramilitary organisations representing various castes [n]

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saros - the eclipse cycle of the sun and moon [n -ES]

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soras - SORA, (Native American) a North American bird of the rail family, also SOREE [n]

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sarus - (Hindi) a large redheaded crane found from India to the Philippines [n -ES]

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suras - SURA, (Arabic) a chapter of the Koran, also SURAH [n]

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seals - SEAL, to close or make secure [v]

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slaes - SLAE, (Scots) a sloe [n]

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seeks - SEEK, to go in search of [v]

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skees - SKEE, to ski [v]

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seems - SEEM, to appear to be [v]

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smees - SMEE, (dialect) a name for various ducks including smew, pochard, also SMEATH [n]

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sekos - (Greek) a sacred enclosure in an ancient Egyptian temple [n -ES]

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sokes - SOKE, a feudal right to administer justice in a certain area [n]

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sesey - (Shakespeare) enough said, also CAESE, CEAS, SESE, SESSA [interj]

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yeses - YES, to give an affirmative reply to [v]

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sinus - a cranial cavity [n -ES]

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sunis - SUNI, (Bantu) a small South African antelope [n]

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skeps - SKEP, to collect into a hive [v]

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speks - SPEK, blubber from a whale [n]

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skips - SKIP, to move with light springing steps [v]

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spiks - SPIK, (US slang) a person from a Spanish-speaking American country, also SPIC, SPICK [n]

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sleet - to shower frozen rain [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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teels - TEEL, the sesame plant, also TIL [n]

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sloot - (Afrikaans) in South Africa, a narrow water-channel, also SLUIT [n -S]

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tools - TOOL, to use an implement for manual work [v]

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smart - clever [adj SMARTER, SMARTEST, SMARTLY] / to sting [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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trams - TRAM, to travel by tramcar [v]

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smits - SMIT, (Scots) to stain, infect [v]

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stims - STIM, (Irish) a very small amount [n]

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smoot - (slang) to work as a compositor doing odd jobs, also SMOUT [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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tooms - TOOM, to empty [v]

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smuts - SMUT, to soil, make smutty, also SMUTCH [v]

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stums - STUM, to increase fermentation by adding grape juice [v]

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snaps - SNAP, to make a sharp, cracking sound [v]

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spans - SPAN, to extend over or across [v]

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snaws - SNAW, to snow [v]

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swans - SWAN, to move like a swan [v]

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snips - SNIP, to cut with a short, quick stroke [v]

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spins - SPIN, to draw out and twist into threads [v]

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snirt - (Scots) to snigger [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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trins - TRIN, a triplet by birth [n]

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snoot - to treat with disdain [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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toons - TOON, (Hindi) an Indian tree of the mahogany family [n]

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snort - to exhale noisily through the nostrils [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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trons - TRON, (Scots) a public weighing-machine for weighing produce in the marketplace of a city or burgh, also TRONE [n]

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spart - esparto, Spanish broom [n -S]

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traps - TRAP, to catch in a snare [v]

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spats - SPAT, to slap, strike [v]

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staps - STAP, (Scots) to stuff, thrust, cram [v]

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spaws - SPAW, (obsolete) a spa [n]

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swaps - SWAP, to barter, give in exchange, also SWOP [v]

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spets - SPET, to spit [v]

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steps - STEP, to measure by pacing [v]

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spirt - to emit liquid forcibly, also SPURT [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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trips - TRIP, to stumble [v]

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spots - SPOT, to mark with small round discolourations [v]

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stops - STOP, to halt or discontinue [v]

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sprat - a young herring [n -S]

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tarps - TARP, (slang) a tarapaulin, a protective canvas covering [n]

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start - to begin, set out [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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trats - TRAT, (short for) a trattoria, an Italian restaurant, also TRATT [n]

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staws - STAW, (Scots) to stall [v]

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swats - SWAT, to hit sharply [v]

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stows - STOW, to put away [v]

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swots - SWOT, to study hard [v]

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straw - to cover with stalks of threshed grain [v STRAWED, STRAWN, STRAWING, STRAWS]

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warts - WART, a hard growth on the skin [n]

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strow - to scatter, also STREW [v STROWED, STROWN, STROWING, STROWS]

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worts - WORT, a plant, herb or vegetable [n]

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abac - a nomogram, a chart or diagram of scaled lines or curves used to assist in mathematical calculations [n -S]

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caba - a woman's work basket [n -S]

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abos - ABO, (short for) an aborigine [n]

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soba - (Japanese) noodles made from buckwheat [n -S]

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abut - to be adjacent to and touching [v ABUTTED, ABUTTING, ABUTS]

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tuba - a brass wind instrument [n TUBAS or TUBAE]

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acro - a skiing event in which a skier performs acrobatic moves to music [n -S]

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orca - a marine mammal, also ORC [n -S]

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ados - ADO, bustle or fuss [n]

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soda - any of a number of common sodium compounds [n -S]

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agar - a jelly prepared from seaweed [n -S]

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raga - (Sanskrit) an Indian musical form [n -S]

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agas - AGA, a Turkish military officer, also AGHA [n]

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saga - a series of novels dealing with a family history [n -S]

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ajar - partly open [adj]

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raja - (Hindi) an Indian ruler, also RAJAH [n -S]

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alan - a large hunting dog, also ALAND, ALANT [n -S]

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nala - (Hindi) a ravine, a watercourse, also NALLA, NALLAH, NULLA, NULLAH [n -S]

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alif - an Arabic letter [n -S]

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fila - FILUM, a threadlike anatomical structure [n]

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alma - an Egyptian girl who sings and dances professionally, also ALMAH, ALME, ALMEH [n -S]

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amla - an East Indian tree [n -S]

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amas - AMA, (Hindi) a native maidservant or child's nurse, esp. a wet nurse, also AMAH [n]

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sama - (Japanese) a title given to an exalted person [n -S]

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amen - to conclude prayerfully [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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nema - (short for) a nematode, a parasitic worm with an unsegmented, cylindrical body [n -S]

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amir - a Muslim governor, also AMEER [n -S]

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rima - (Latin) a chink [n RIMAE]

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amis - a clerical garb worn on the shoulders, also AMICE [n -ES]

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sima - the oceanic crust, also the lower layer of the continental crust, so called because it is enriched in silica and magnesium oxide [n -S]

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anal - pertaining to the anus [adj]

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lana - the wood of the genipap, a large West Indian tree [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ananReverse - Backward Word ananReverse - Backward Word ananReverse - Backward Word anan

anan - (To a person calling for attention) in a moment! coming, also ANON [interj]

Reverse - Backward Word nanaReverse - Backward Word nanaReverse - Backward Word nanaReverse - Backward Word nana

nana - (Australian slang) an idiot, a fool [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word anesReverse - Backward Word anesReverse - Backward Word anesReverse - Backward Word anes

anes - ANE, (Scots) one, also YIN [n]

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sena - (Hindi) in India, an army, esp. used of paramilitary organisations representing various castes [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word anewReverse - Backward Word anewReverse - Backward Word anewReverse - Backward Word anew

anew - afresh, again [adv]

Reverse - Backward Word wenaReverse - Backward Word wenaReverse - Backward Word wenaReverse - Backward Word wena

wena - (South African) you [pron]

Reverse - Backward Word anonReverse - Backward Word anonReverse - Backward Word anonReverse - Backward Word anon

anon - at once; immediately, also ANAN [adj]

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nona - a virus disease [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word anteReverse - Backward Word anteReverse - Backward Word anteReverse - Backward Word ante

ante - to put a fixed stake in the pot at poker [v ANTEED or ANTED, ANTEING, ANTES]

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etna - a vessel for heating liquids [n -S]

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apod - an animal without feet or fins, also APODE [n -S]

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dopa - a drug used to treat Parkinson's disease [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word arakReverse - Backward Word arakReverse - Backward Word arakReverse - Backward Word arak

arak - a strong alcoholic drink made from toddy, or the fermented juice of the coco and other palms, also ARRACK [n -S]

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kara - a steel bangle, worn by Sikhs [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word aresReverse - Backward Word aresReverse - Backward Word aresReverse - Backward Word ares

ares - ARE, a unit of metric land measure [n]

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sera - SERUM, the watery portion of whole blood [n]

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aril - an additional envelope, often fleshy, developed around the seed in certain plants (e.g. yew), also ARILLUS [n -S]

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lira - (Italian) an Italian unit of currency [n LIRE or LIRAS] / a Maltese unit of currency [n LIRI] / an Israeli unit of currency [n LIROT or LIROTH]

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arum - a perennial plant of the cuckoo pint or wake-robin genus [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word muraReverse - Backward Word muraReverse - Backward Word muraReverse - Backward Word mura

mura - a Japanese village [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word arylReverse - Backward Word arylReverse - Backward Word arylReverse - Backward Word aryl

aryl - any aromatic univalent hydrocarbon radical [n -S]

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lyra - as in lyra viol, a lute-like instrument forerunner of the mandolin [adj]

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ates - ATE, reckless ambition that drives one to ruin [n]

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seta - (Latin) a coarse, stiff hair [n SETAE]

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auks - AUK, a type of seabird [n]

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skua - a predatory gull-like seabird [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word avalReverse - Backward Word avalReverse - Backward Word avalReverse - Backward Word aval

aval - pertaining to a grandparent [adj]

Reverse - Backward Word lavaReverse - Backward Word lavaReverse - Backward Word lavaReverse - Backward Word lava

lava - molten rock that issues from a volcano [n -S]

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avel - (Hebrew) a mourner of nearest blood relations, also OVEL [n -S]

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leva - LEV, a unit of Bulgarian currency, also LEW [n]

Reverse - Backward Word avidReverse - Backward Word avidReverse - Backward Word avidReverse - Backward Word avid

avid - eager [adj AVIDER, AVIDEST, AVIDLY]

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diva - a distinguished female operatic singer [n -S]

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bacs - BAC, (short for) baccalaureate, a university degree [n]

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scab - to become covered with a crust over a healing wound [v SCABBED, SCABBING, SCABS]

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bals - BAL, (short for) a balmoral, a type of Scottish bonnet or boot [n]

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slab - to cover with flat, broad pieces of material [v SLABBED, SLABBING, SLABS]

Reverse - Backward Word bansReverse - Backward Word bansReverse - Backward Word bansReverse - Backward Word bans

bans - BAN, to forbid or prohibit [v]

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snab - (Scots) a cobbler; a shoemaker's apprentice [n -S]

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bard - to cover a horse with armour, also BARDE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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drab - dull and monotonous [adj DRABBER, DRABBEST, DRABLY] / to associate with prostitutes [v DRABBED, DRABBING, DRABS]

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barf - (colloquial) to vomit [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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frab - (dialect) to worry [v FRABBED, FRABBING, FRABS]

Reverse - Backward Word barkReverse - Backward Word barkReverse - Backward Word barkReverse - Backward Word bark

bark - to make a sound like a dog [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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krab - (short for) a karabiner, a steel link used in mountaineering [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word batsReverse - Backward Word batsReverse - Backward Word batsReverse - Backward Word bats

bats - BAT, to hit a ball with a bat (cricket, baseball) [v]

Reverse - Backward Word stabReverse - Backward Word stabReverse - Backward Word stabReverse - Backward Word stab

stab - to pierce with a pointed weapon [v STABBED, STABBING, STABS]

Reverse - Backward Word beefReverse - Backward Word beefReverse - Backward Word beefReverse - Backward Word beef

beef - to grumble [v -ED, -ING, -S] / the flesh of domestic cattle as food [n BEEFS] / a steer or cow [n -BEEVES]

Reverse - Backward Word feebReverse - Backward Word feebReverse - Backward Word feebReverse - Backward Word feeb

feeb - (US) a weak ineffectual person, a wimp [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word belsReverse - Backward Word belsReverse - Backward Word belsReverse - Backward Word bels

bels - BEL, a noise measure [n]

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sleb - (slang) a celebrity [n -S]

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bens - BEN, (Gaelic) a mountain [n]

Reverse - Backward Word snebReverse - Backward Word snebReverse - Backward Word snebReverse - Backward Word sneb

sneb - to reprimand, also SNEBBE, SNUB, SNUBBE [v SNEBBED, SNEBBING, SNEBS]

Reverse - Backward Word binsReverse - Backward Word binsReverse - Backward Word binsReverse - Backward Word bins

bins - BIN, to store in a large receptacle [v]

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snib - to fasten with a latch [v SNIBBED, SNIBBING, SNIBS]

Reverse - Backward Word birdReverse - Backward Word birdReverse - Backward Word birdReverse - Backward Word bird

bird - to hunt birds [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word dribReverse - Backward Word dribReverse - Backward Word dribReverse - Backward Word drib

drib - to do by little and little [v DRIBBED, DRIBBING, DRIBS]

Reverse - Backward Word blubReverse - Backward Word blubReverse - Backward Word blubReverse - Backward Word blub

blub - to weep [v BLUBBED, BLUBBING, BLUBS]

Reverse - Backward Word bulbReverse - Backward Word bulbReverse - Backward Word bulbReverse - Backward Word bulb

bulb - to swell out, form bulbs [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word bonkReverse - Backward Word bonkReverse - Backward Word bonkReverse - Backward Word bonk

bonk - to hit or thump, to have sexual intercourse [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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knob - a rounded protuberance [n -S] / to knock off protuberances [v KNOBBED, KNOBBING, KNOBS]

Reverse - Backward Word boonReverse - Backward Word boonReverse - Backward Word boonReverse - Backward Word boon

boon - a timely benefit, a blessing [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word noobReverse - Backward Word noobReverse - Backward Word noobReverse - Backward Word noob

noob - an Internet novice, a NEWBIE [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word botsReverse - Backward Word botsReverse - Backward Word botsReverse - Backward Word bots

bots - BOT, to cadge [v]

Reverse - Backward Word stobReverse - Backward Word stobReverse - Backward Word stobReverse - Backward Word stob

stob - to stab [v STOBBED, STOBBING, STOBS]

Reverse - Backward Word bowsReverse - Backward Word bowsReverse - Backward Word bowsReverse - Backward Word bows

bows - BOW, to bend or incline downwards [v]

Reverse - Backward Word swobReverse - Backward Word swobReverse - Backward Word swobReverse - Backward Word swob

swob - to mop up [v SWOBBED, SWOBBING, SWOBS]

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brad - to fasten with thin nails [v BRADDED, BRADDING, BRADS]

Reverse - Backward Word darbReverse - Backward Word darbReverse - Backward Word darbReverse - Backward Word darb

darb - something considered extraordinary [n -S]

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brag - to boast [v BRAGGED, BRAGGING, BRAGS] / first-rate [adj BRAGGER, BRAGGEST, BRAGLY]

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garb - to clothe [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word brawReverse - Backward Word brawReverse - Backward Word brawReverse - Backward Word braw

braw - (Scots) fine, brave [adj BRAWER, BRAWEST, BRAWLY]

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warb - (Australian slang) a dirty or insignificant person [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word brodReverse - Backward Word brodReverse - Backward Word brodReverse - Backward Word brod

brod - to prod [v BRODDED, BRODDING, BRODS]

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dorb - (Australian slang) a stupid or inept person, also DORBA [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word brosReverse - Backward Word brosReverse - Backward Word brosReverse - Backward Word bros

bros - BRO, buddy, pal, also BRU [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sorbReverse - Backward Word sorbReverse - Backward Word sorbReverse - Backward Word sorb

sorb - to adsorb or adsorb another substance [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word bunkReverse - Backward Word bunkReverse - Backward Word bunkReverse - Backward Word bunk

bunk - to go to bed [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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knub - a small lump [n -S]

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buns - BUN, a small sweet cake [n]

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snub - to treat with contempt [v SNUBBED, SNUBBING, SNUBS]

Reverse - Backward Word burdReverse - Backward Word burdReverse - Backward Word burdReverse - Backward Word burd

burd - (Scots) a bird [n -S]

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drub - to beat severely [v DRUBBED, DRUBBING, DRUBS]

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burg - a fortified town [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word grubReverse - Backward Word grubReverse - Backward Word grubReverse - Backward Word grub

grub - to dig around in the dirt [v GRUBBED, GRUBBING, GRUBS]

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buts - BUT, to put forward as an objection [v]

Reverse - Backward Word stubReverse - Backward Word stubReverse - Backward Word stubReverse - Backward Word stub

stub - to strike accidentally against a projecting object [v STUBBED, STUBBING, STUBS]

Reverse - Backward Word cardReverse - Backward Word cardReverse - Backward Word cardReverse - Backward Word card

card - to comb wool [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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drac - (Australian slang) of a woman, unattractive, also DRACK [adj]

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ceps - CEP, a large mushroom, also CEPE [n]

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spec - to write specifications for [v SPECCED, SPECCING, SPECS]

Reverse - Backward Word cireReverse - Backward Word cireReverse - Backward Word cireReverse - Backward Word cire

cire - (French) a fabric with a waxed finish [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ericReverse - Backward Word ericReverse - Backward Word ericReverse - Backward Word eric

eric - a murderer's fine in old Irish law, also ERIACH, ERICK [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word citeReverse - Backward Word citeReverse - Backward Word citeReverse - Backward Word cite

cite - to quote as an authority or example [v CITED, CITING, CITES]

Reverse - Backward Word eticReverse - Backward Word eticReverse - Backward Word eticReverse - Backward Word etic

etic - a type of linguistic analysis [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word citoReverse - Backward Word citoReverse - Backward Word citoReverse - Backward Word cito

cito - (Latin) quickly [adv]

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otic - pertaining to the ear [adj]

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clat - to scratch, scrape [v CLATTED, CLATTING, CLATS]

Reverse - Backward Word talcReverse - Backward Word talcReverse - Backward Word talcReverse - Backward Word talc

talc - to treat with a fine powdery mineral [v TALCED or TALCKED, TALCING or TALCKING, TALCS]

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cram - to pack tightly [v CRAMMED, CRAMMING, CRAMS]

Reverse - Backward Word marcReverse - Backward Word marcReverse - Backward Word marcReverse - Backward Word marc

marc - the residue remaining after a fruit has been pressed [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word cranReverse - Backward Word cranReverse - Backward Word cranReverse - Backward Word cran

cran - a measure of capacity for landed herrings [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word narcReverse - Backward Word narcReverse - Backward Word narcReverse - Backward Word narc

narc - (short for) a narcotics agent, also NARCO [n -S]

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crem - (colloquial) a crematorium [n -S]

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merc - (short for) a mercenary [n MERCS or MERCES]

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dace - a small river fish of the carp family and chub genus [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ecadReverse - Backward Word ecadReverse - Backward Word ecadReverse - Backward Word ecad

ecad - a plant which has supposedly adapted to its environment [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word dahsReverse - Backward Word dahsReverse - Backward Word dahsReverse - Backward Word dahs

dahs - DAH, a dash in morse code [n]

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shad - a herring-like marine fish, spawning in rivers [n -S]

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darg - a day's labour [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word gradReverse - Backward Word gradReverse - Backward Word gradReverse - Backward Word grad

grad - (colloquial) a graduate [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word dartReverse - Backward Word dartReverse - Backward Word dartReverse - Backward Word dart

dart - to move suddenly and swiftly [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word tradReverse - Backward Word tradReverse - Backward Word tradReverse - Backward Word trad

trad - (short for) traditional (jazz) [n -S]

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daud - to knock, also DAWD [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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duad - a pair, also DYAD [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word dawsReverse - Backward Word dawsReverse - Backward Word dawsReverse - Backward Word daws

daws - DAW, to dawn [v]

Reverse - Backward Word swadReverse - Backward Word swadReverse - Backward Word swadReverse - Backward Word swad

swad - (dialect) a country lout, a soldier [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word deemReverse - Backward Word deemReverse - Backward Word deemReverse - Backward Word deem

deem - to hold as an opinion [v DEMPT or DEEMED, DEEMING, DEEMS]

Reverse - Backward Word meedReverse - Backward Word meedReverse - Backward Word meedReverse - Backward Word meed

meed - a deserved reward [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word deenReverse - Backward Word deenReverse - Backward Word deenReverse - Backward Word deen

deen - (Spenser) din [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word needReverse - Backward Word needReverse - Backward Word needReverse - Backward Word need

need - to have an urgent or essential use for [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word deepReverse - Backward Word deepReverse - Backward Word deepReverse - Backward Word deep

deep - the place far down under the sea [n -S] / extending far down from the surface [adj DEEPER, DEEPEST, DEEPLY]

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peed - PEE, to urinate [v]

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deer - a ruminant mammal [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word reedReverse - Backward Word reedReverse - Backward Word reedReverse - Backward Word reed

reed - a tall stiff hard-culmed marsh or water grass of various kinds [n -S] / to fasten or thatch with reed [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word deesReverse - Backward Word deesReverse - Backward Word deesReverse - Backward Word dees

dees - DEE, to damn [v]

Reverse - Backward Word seedReverse - Backward Word seedReverse - Backward Word seedReverse - Backward Word seed

seed - to sow a crop [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word deetReverse - Backward Word deetReverse - Backward Word deetReverse - Backward Word deet

deet - an insect repellent [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word teedReverse - Backward Word teedReverse - Backward Word teedReverse - Backward Word teed

teed - TEE, to place a golf ball on a small peg [v]

Reverse - Backward Word deidReverse - Backward Word deidReverse - Backward Word deidReverse - Backward Word deid

deid - (Scots) death [n -S] / dead [adj DEIDER, DEIDEST]

Reverse - Backward Word diedReverse - Backward Word diedReverse - Backward Word diedReverse - Backward Word died

died - DIE, to cut with a material shaping device [v]

Reverse - Backward Word deilReverse - Backward Word deilReverse - Backward Word deilReverse - Backward Word deil

deil - (Scots) devil [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word liedReverse - Backward Word liedReverse - Backward Word liedReverse - Backward Word lied

lied - a German song [n LIEDER]

Reverse - Backward Word dekeReverse - Backward Word dekeReverse - Backward Word dekeReverse - Backward Word deke

deke - to feint in hockey [v DEKED, DEKING or DEKEING, DEKES]

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eked - EKE, to augment, also ECH, ECHE, EECH, EIK, ICH [v]

Reverse - Backward Word delfReverse - Backward Word delfReverse - Backward Word delfReverse - Backward Word delf

delf - a type of earthenware originating in the Dutch city of Delft, also DELFT, DELPH, DELFTWARE [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word fledReverse - Backward Word fledReverse - Backward Word fledReverse - Backward Word fled

fled - FLEE, to run away [v]

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dels - DEL, an operator in differential calculus [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sledReverse - Backward Word sledReverse - Backward Word sledReverse - Backward Word sled

sled - to transport on a wheelless structure over snow [v SLEDDED, SLEDDING, SLEDS]

Reverse - Backward Word densReverse - Backward Word densReverse - Backward Word densReverse - Backward Word dens

dens - DEN, to live in a lair [v]

Reverse - Backward Word snedReverse - Backward Word snedReverse - Backward Word snedReverse - Backward Word sned

sned - to cut, lop [v SNEDDED, SNEDDING, SNEDS]

Reverse - Backward Word depsReverse - Backward Word depsReverse - Backward Word depsReverse - Backward Word deps

deps - DEP, a convenience store [n]

Reverse - Backward Word spedReverse - Backward Word spedReverse - Backward Word spedReverse - Backward Word sped

sped - SPEED, to move swiftly [v]

Reverse - Backward Word dereReverse - Backward Word dereReverse - Backward Word dereReverse - Backward Word dere

dere - to injure, also DEAR, DEARE [v DERED, DERING, DERES]

Reverse - Backward Word eredReverse - Backward Word eredReverse - Backward Word eredReverse - Backward Word ered

ered - ERE, to plough [v]

Reverse - Backward Word deusReverse - Backward Word deusReverse - Backward Word deusReverse - Backward Word deus

deus - god [n DEI or DI]

Reverse - Backward Word suedReverse - Backward Word suedReverse - Backward Word suedReverse - Backward Word sued

sued - SUE, to institute legal proceedings against [v]

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deys - DEY, formerly, the pasha of Algiers [n]

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syed - SYE, to strain [v]

Reverse - Backward Word dialReverse - Backward Word dialReverse - Backward Word dialReverse - Backward Word dial

dial - to use a calibrated disk [v DIALLED or DIALED, DIALLING, DIALS]

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laid - (Scots) to load, also LADE, LADEN, LOAD, LOADEN [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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diol - an alcohol with two hydroxyl groups in the molecule [n -S]

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loid - to open a lock with a strip of celluloid [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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dohs - DOH, a musical note [n]

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shod - SHOE, to provide with a covering for the foot [v]

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dons - DON, to put on [v]

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snod - (Scots) smooth, neat [adj SNODDER, SNODDEST] / to trim, tidy [v SNODDED, SNODDIT, SNODDING, SNODS]

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doom - to condemn to catastrophe [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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mood - a temporary state of the emotions or attitude [n -S]

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door - an entrance that opens and closes [n -S]

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rood - a cross or crucifix at the entrance to a church chancel [n -S]

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dops - DOP, to dip [v]

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spod - a boring, studious person [n -S]

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dorp - (Afrikaans) a South African village or small town [n -S]

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prod - to jab [v PRODDED, PRODDING, PRODS]

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dort - (Scots) to sulk [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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trod - (obsolete) a track, path, also TROAD, TROADE, TRODE [n -S]

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dram - to tipple, drink a small measure of whisky [v DRAMMED, DRAMMING, DRAMS]

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mard - MAR, to spoil or damage [v]

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drap - (Scots) to drop [v DRAPPED, DRAPPING, DRAPS]

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pard - a leopard, also PARDAL, PARDALE, PARDALIS [n -S]

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draw - to move by pulling [v DREW, DRAWN, DRAWING, DRAWS]

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ward - to turn aside [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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dray - a low heavy cart used for haulage [n -S] / to transport by dray [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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yard - an enclosed place, esp. near a building [n -S] / to enclose in a yard, also YAIRD [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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drey - a squirrel's nest [n -S]

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yerd - (Scots) to bury, also EARD, YEARD, YIRD, YIRTH [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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drow - (Scots) wet mist [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word wordReverse - Backward Word wordReverse - Backward Word wordReverse - Backward Word word

word - to express in speech sounds [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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dual - twofold [adj DUALLY] / to make a road into a dual carriageway [v DUALLED, DUALLING, DUALS]

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laud - to praise [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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duel - to fight formally [v DUELLED or DUELED, DUELLING or DUELING, DUELS]

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leud - a feudal vassal [n LEUDS or LEUDES]

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dups - DUP, (Shakespeare) to undo [v]

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spud - to remove with a spade-like tool [v SPUDDED, SPUDDING, SPUDS]

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edit - to prepare for publication [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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tide - to flow like the rise and fall of the ocean's waters [v TIDED, TIDING, TIDES]

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eels - EEL, a snakelike fish [n]

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slee - (Scots) sly [adj SLEER, SLEEST]

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emes - EME, (obsolete) an uncle [n]

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seme - a type of heraldic pattern [n -S]

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emir - (Arabic) an Eastern ruler, also AMEER, AMIR, EMEER [n -S]

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rime - hoarfrost [n -S] / to cover with rime [v RIMED, RIMING, RIMES]

Reverse - Backward Word emitReverse - Backward Word emitReverse - Backward Word emitReverse - Backward Word emit

emit - to send forth [v EMITTED, EMITTING, EMITS]

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time - to reckon the speed or duration of [v TIMED, TIMING, TIMES]

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emos - EMO, a type of music combining traditional hard rock with personal and emotional lyrics, also EMOCORE [n]

Reverse - Backward Word someReverse - Backward Word someReverse - Backward Word someReverse - Backward Word some

some - being an unspecified number or part [adj]

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enes - ENE, a poetic word for evening [n]

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sene - a Samoan monetary unit [n -S]

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enol - a chemical compound [n -S]

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lone - solitary [adj]

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eres - ERE, to plough [v]

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sere - withered, dry, also SEAR, SEARE [adj SERER, SEREST] / to burn the surface of [v SERED, SERING, SERES]

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ergo - (short for) ergometer [n -S]

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ogre - a cannibalistic giant [n -S]

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eros - (Greek) the sum of the self-preservative, as opposed to self-destructive, instincts [n -ES]

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sore - sensitive to pain [adj SORER, SOREST, SORELY] / to make sore [v SORED, SORING, SORES]

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eses - ES, the letter S, also ESS [n]

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sese - (Shakespeare) enough said, also CAESE, CEAS, SESEY, SESSA [interj]

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etas - ETA, a Greek letter [n]

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sate - to satisfy to capacity, also SATIATE [v SATED, SATING, SATES]

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etat - (French) the staff of an army, including all officers above the rank of colonel [n -S]

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tate - (Scots) a small portion, a pinch, also TAIT [n -S]

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eten - a giant, also ETTIN [n -S]

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nete - the highest note of the lyre [n -S]

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even - to make smooth or level [v -ED, -ING, -S] / smooth and level [adj EVENER, EVENEST, EVENLY]

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neve - old compressed snow, aka firn [n -S]

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evil - wickedness or depravity [n -S] / morally bad [adj EVILER, EVILEST, EVILLER, EVILLEST, EVILLY]

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live - to function as a living thing [v LIVED, LIVING, LIVES] / having life [adj LIVER, LIVEST, LIVELY]

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exul - (Spenser) to exile [v EXULLED, EXULLING, EXULS]

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luxe - (French) luxurious, as in de luxe [adj LUXER, LUXEST]

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feer - (Scots) to draw the first furrow in ploughing, also FURR [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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reef - to reduce the area of a sail [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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fier - a companion, also FERE, FEARE, FIERE, PHEER, PHEERE [n -S]

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reif - (Scots) property etc. taken by force or robbery [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word flimReverse - Backward Word flimReverse - Backward Word flimReverse - Backward Word flim

flim - a five pound note [n -S]

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milf - a sexually attractive middle-aged woman [n -S]

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flog - to beat with a whip [v FLOGGED, FLOGGING, FLOGS]

Reverse - Backward Word golfReverse - Backward Word golfReverse - Backward Word golfReverse - Backward Word golf

golf - to play golf (a ball game), also GOFF, GOWF [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word florReverse - Backward Word florReverse - Backward Word florReverse - Backward Word flor

flor - a flavoursome yeast on sherry wines [n -S]

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rolf - to perform a deep massage [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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flow - to move steadily and smoothly along [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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wolf - to devour ravenously [v -ED, -ING, -S] / a carnivorous mammal [n WOLVES]

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fool - to deceive [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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loof - the palm of the hand [n LOOFS or LOOVES]

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fret - to worry [v FRETTED, FRETTING, FRETS]

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terf - (Milton) turf, also TERFE [n -S]

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gaks - GAK, (slang) cocaine [n]

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skag - (US slang) heroin, also SCAG [n -S]

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gals - GAL, a girl [n]

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slag - to criticize, mock or deride [v SLAGGED, SLAGGING, SLAGS]

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gans - GAN, (dialect) to go [v]

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snag - to catch on a hidden obstacle [v SNAGGED, SNAGGING, SNAGS]

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gaps - GAP, to make an opening in [v]

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spag - (of a cat) to scratch with the claws [v SPAGGED, SPAGGING, SPAGS]

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gats - GAT, a pistol [n]

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stag - to attend a function without a female companion [v STAGGED, STAGGING, STAGS]

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gaws - GAW, an imperfect rainbow or other supposed sign of coming weather [n]

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swag - to sway, sag [v SWAGGED, SWAGGING, SWAGS]

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gins - GIN, to process cotton [v]

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snig - to drag a load with chains [v SNIGGED, SNIGGING, SNIGS]

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girt - to gird, girth [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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trig - (Scots) trim, neat [adj TRIGGER, TRIGGEST, TRIGLY] / to make something trig [v TRIGGED, TRIGGING, TRIGS]

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gnar - to snarl, also GNARR, KNAR [v GNARRED, GNARRING, GNARS]

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rang - a row of long lots along a road [n -S]

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gnat - any small fly of the family Culicidae, of which the females are commonly bloodsuckers [n -S]

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tang - to ring [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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gnaw - to wear away by persistent biting [v GNAWED, GNAWN, GNAWING, GNAWS]

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wang - a leather thong [n -S]

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gnus - GNU, a kind of African antelope [n]

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sung - SING, to utter melodious musical sounds [v]

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gons - GON, a geometrical grade [n]

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snog - (slang) to kiss [v SNOGGED, SNOGGING, SNOGS]

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gorp - to stare stupidly, also GAWP, GAUP [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word progReverse - Backward Word progReverse - Backward Word progReverse - Backward Word prog

prog - to forage for food [v PROGGED, PROGGING, PROGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gramReverse - Backward Word gramReverse - Backward Word gramReverse - Backward Word gram

gram - a unit of mass in the metric system, also GRAMME [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word margReverse - Backward Word margReverse - Backward Word margReverse - Backward Word marg

marg - (short for) margarine, also MARGE [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word gulpReverse - Backward Word gulpReverse - Backward Word gulpReverse - Backward Word gulp

gulp - to swallow rapidly [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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plug - to fill a hole with a material [v PLUGGED, PLUGGING, PLUGS]

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guls - GUL, a design in oriental carpets [n]

Reverse - Backward Word slugReverse - Backward Word slugReverse - Backward Word slugReverse - Backward Word slug

slug - to strike heavily [v SLUGGED, SLUGGING, SLUGS]

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gums - GUM, to smear with gum (a sticky substance) [v]

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smug - complacent [adj SMUGGER, SMUGGEST, SMUGLY] / to seize without ceremony [v SMUGGED, SMUGGING, SMUGS]

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guns - GUN, to shoot with a gun (a portable firearm) [v]

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snug - cosy [adj SNUGGER, SNUGGEST, SNUGLY] / to lie close [v SNUGGED, SNUGGING, SNUGS]

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gups - GUP, gossip [n]

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spug - (colloquial) a sparrow, also SPEUG, SPRUG, SPUGGY [n -S]

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hahs - HAH, a sound of surprise [n]

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shah - (Persian) a title of the monarch of Iran (Persia) [n -S]

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hawm - to lounge about [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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mwah - a representation of the sound of a kiss [interj]

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hoop - to fasten with a circular band of metal [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word poohReverse - Backward Word poohReverse - Backward Word poohReverse - Backward Word pooh

pooh - to express contempt for [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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ikat - (Malay) a technique of dyeing yarn and tying it, thus giving geometric patterns [n -S]

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taki - (Mongolian) a rare wild horse, also TAKHI [n -S]

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iris - to give the form of a rainbow to [v -ED, -ING, -ES] / a part of the eye [n IRISES or IRIDES]

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siri - (Malay) the betel pepper, also SIRIH [n -S]

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iron - a metallic element [n -S] / to eliminate wrinkles from clothes by pressing [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word noriReverse - Backward Word noriReverse - Backward Word noriReverse - Backward Word nori

nori - (Japanese) a kind of seaweed, used as a foodstuff in Japan [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word itasReverse - Backward Word itasReverse - Backward Word itasReverse - Backward Word itas

itas - ITA, the miriti palm [n]

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sati - (Sanskrit) the act of a Hindu widow willingly being cremated on the funeral pyre of her husband, also SUTTEE [n -S]

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keel - the part of a ship along the bottom from stem to stern [n -S] / to turn keel upward [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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leek - a vegetable of the onion genus [n -S]

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keep - to retain in one's possession [v KEPT, KEEPING, KEEPS]

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peek - to sneak a sly look [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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keet - a young guinea fowl [n -S]

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teek - (Hinglish) well [adj]

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keps - KEP, (Scots) to catch [v]

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spek - blubber from a whale [n -S]

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kier - a vat for boiling and dyeing fabrics, also KEIR [n -S]

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reik - (obsolete) a prank [n -S]

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kips - KIP, to sleep [v]

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spik - (US slang) a person from a Spanish-speaking American country, also SPIC, SPICK [n -S]

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knar - to snarl, also GNAR, GNARR [v KNARRED, KNARRING, KNARS]

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rank - disagreeable in odour or taste [adj RANKER, RANKEST, RANKLY] / to assign to a particular place or grade [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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knit - to make a garment by joining loops of yarn [v KNITTED, KNITTING, KNITS]

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tink - to make a sharp, shrill noise; to tinkle [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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knop - a loop or tuft in yarn [n -S]

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ponk - to smell bad, also PONG [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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knot - to tie with a closed loop [v KNOTTED, KNOTTING, KNOTS]

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tonk - (Australian slang) to hit e.g. a cricket-ball into the air [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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know - to have a true understanding of [v KNEW, KNOWN, KNOWING, KNOWS]

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wonk - an expert who studies a subject or issue thoroughly and excessively [n -S]

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kray - (Russian) an administrative district in Russia, also KRAI [n -S]

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yark - (dialect) to make ready [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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laer - (Afrikaans) in South Africa, a defensive ring of ox-wagons [n -S] / to make a defensive ring of ox-wagons, also LAAGER [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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real - actually existing [adj REALER, REALEST, REALLY] / a former monetary unit of Spain [n REALS or REALES]

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lair - the den or retreat of a wild animal [n -S] / to go to a lair [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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rial - a monetary unit of Iran [n -S]

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leat - a millstream [n -S]

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tael - (Malay) a Oriental unit of weight [n -S]

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leep - (Hindi) to plaster with cow-dung; to boil or scald [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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peel - to remove the outer covering of a fruit [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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leer - to look with a sideways glance [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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reel - to wind on a type of rotary device [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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lees - LEE, (Scots) to lie, make a false statement [v]

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seel - to stitch closed the eyes of, as a falcon [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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leet - a former English court for petty offenses [n -S]

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teel - the sesame plant, also TIL [n -S]

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leir - (Scots) to teach, also LEAR, LEARE, LERE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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riel - a monetary unit of Cambodia [n -S]

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levo - turning towards the left, also LAEVO [adj]

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ovel - (Hebrew) a mourner esp. during the first seven days after a death, also AVEL [n -S]

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liar - one that speaks falsely, also LEEAR [n -S]

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rail - to scold in abusive or insolent language, also RAYLE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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lias - the lowest series of rocks of the Jurassic system [n -ES]

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sail - to be pushed in a boat by the wind [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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lies - LIE, to make an intentional false statement [v]

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seil - to strain, also SILE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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lion - a large, carnivorous, feline animal [n -S]

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noil - short fibers combed from long fibers during textile preparation [n -S]

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lobo - the timber wolf [n -S]

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obol - an ancient Greek coin, also OBOLUS [n -S]

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loom - to appear indistinctly as in a mirage [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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mool - (Scots) to cover with soil [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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loop - to form oval openings [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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pool - to contribute to a common fund [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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loos - LOO, to love, also LOU [v]

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sool - to incite (a dog) to attack [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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loot - to plunder [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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tool - to use an implement for manual work [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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macs - MAC, (short for) mackintosh, also MACK [n]

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scam - to cheat or swindle [v SCAMMED, SCAMMING, SCAMS]

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maes - MAE, (Scots) more [n]

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seam - to join by sewing together [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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mals - MAL, (French) pain, sickness [n]

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slam - to shut forcibly and noisily [v SLAMMED, SLAMMING, SLAMS]

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maps - MAP, to plan a layout of [v]

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spam - electronic junk mail [n -S] / to send out spam [v SPAMMED, SPAMMING, SPAMS]

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mart - to sell, trade [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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tram - to travel by tramcar [v TRAMMED, TRAMMING, TRAMS]

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maws - MAW, (US) to mow [v]

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swam - SWIM, to propel oneself in water [v]

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mees - MEE, a Malaysian noodle food [n]

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seem - to appear to be [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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meet - suitable [adj MEETER, MEETEST, MEETLY] / to encounter [v MET, MEETING, MEETS]

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teem - to be full to overflowing [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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mets - MET, (short for) meteorology [n]

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stem - to deprive a plant of a leaf-bearing axis [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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mils - MIL, a unit of wire measurement [n]

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slim - slender [adj SLIMMER, SLIMMEST, SLIMLY] / to make slim [v SLIMMED, SLIMMING, SLIMS]

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mips - a million instruction per second [n]

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spim - spam received via an instant messaging system [n -S]

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moor - to secure a vessel by cable or anchor [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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room - to occupy a room [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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moos - MOO, to make the sound of a cow [v]

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soom - (Scots) to swim [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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moot - to bring up for discussion [v -ED, -ING, -S] / debatable [adj MOOTER, MOOTEST]

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toom - (Scots) empty [adj TOOMER, TOOMEST] / to empty [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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muts - MUT, a mongrel dog, also MUTT [n]

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stum - to increase fermentation by adding grape juice [v STUMMED, STUMMING, STUMS]

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naes - NAE, (Scots) no [n]

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sean - to catch fish in a net, also SEINE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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naps - NAP, to sleep briefly [v]

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span - to extend over or across [v SPANNED, SPANNING, SPANS]

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neep - (Scots) a turnip [n -S]

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peen - to beat with a rounded hammer head, also PEAN, PEIN, PENE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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neks - NEK, (South African) a col, a pass in a mountain range [n]

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sken - (Scots) to squint [v SKENNED, SKENNING, SKENS]

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nets - NET, to catch in an openwork fabric [v]

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sten - to stride vigorously, also STEND [v STENNED, STENNING, STENS]

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nips - NIP, to pinch lightly [v]

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spin - to draw out and twist into threads [v SPUN or SPAN, SPINNING, SPINS]

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noop - (Scott) a knob, the tip of the elbow [n -S]

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poon - an East Indian tree [n -S]

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nuts - NUT, to gather hard-shelled dry fruit [v]

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stun - to render unconscious [v STUNNED, STUNNING, STUNS]

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obey - to do as one is told [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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yebo - (South African) yes, I agree [interj]

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odas - ODA, a room in a harem, also ODAH [n]

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sado - a Japanese tea ceremony, also CHADO, CHANOYO, CHANOYU [n -S]

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oiks - OIK, an inferior person [n]

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skio - (Orkney) a hut, a shed, also SKEO [n -ES or -S]

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oner - something unique [n -S]

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reno - (short for) a renovated house [n -S]

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oohs - OOH, to express surprise [v]

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shoo - to drive away [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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palp - to sense by touch [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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plap - to make a sound like a flat plop [v PLAPPED, PLAPPING, PLAPS]

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pals - PAL, to associate as friends [v]

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slap - to strike with the open hand [v SLAPPED, SLAPPING, SLAPS]

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pans - PAN, to criticize harshly [v]

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snap - to make a sharp, cracking sound [v SNAPPED, SNAPPING, SNAPS]

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part - to divide, separate or break [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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trap - to catch in a snare [v TRAPPED or (obsolete) TRAPT, TRAPPING, TRAPS]

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pats - PAT, to stroke gently [v]

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stap - (Scots) to stuff, thrust, cram [v STAPPED, STAPPING, STAPS]

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paws - PAW, to draw the forefoot along the ground [v]

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swap - to barter, give in exchange, also SWOP [v SWAPPED or SWAPT, SWAPPING, SWAPS]

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pees - PEE, to urinate [v]

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seep - to pass slowly through small openings [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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perp - (colloquial) short for perpetrator, one who has committed a crime [n -S]

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prep - (short for) to prepare [v PREPPED, PREPPING, PREPS]

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pets - PET, to caress with the hand [v]

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step - to measure by pacing [v STEPPED, STEPT, STEPPING, STEPS]

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pins - PIN, to fasten with a pin [v]

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snip - to cut with a short, quick stroke [v SNIPPED, SNIPPING, SNIPS]

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pohs - POH, to reject contemptuously [v]

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shop - to visit shops to buy goods [v SHOPPED, SHOPPING, SHOPS]

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pols - POL, a politician [n]

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slop - to spill or splash [v SLOPPED, SLOPPING, SLOPS]

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poor - lacking the means of support [adj POORER, POOREST, POORLY]

Reverse - Backward Word roopReverse - Backward Word roopReverse - Backward Word roopReverse - Backward Word roop

roop - (Scots) to make a hoarse sound [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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poos - POO, (slang) to defecate [v]

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soop - (Scots) to sweep [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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port - to carry, convey [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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trop - (French) too much [adv]

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pots - POT, to put into a round, deep container [v]

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stop - to halt or discontinue [v STOPT or STOPPED, STOPPING, STOPS]

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pows - POW, (Scots) the head [n]

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swop - to barter, give in exchange, also SWAP [v SWOPPED or SWOPT, SWOPPING, SWOPS]

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prat - (colloquial) an idiot [n -S]

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tarp - (slang) a tarapaulin, a protective canvas covering [n -S]

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rait - to soak flax, also RET [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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tiar - a three-tiered crown, also TIARA [n -S]

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raps - RAP, to strike sharply [v]

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spar - to practise boxing [v SPARRED, SPARRING, SPARS]

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rast - RACE, to compete in a contest of speed [v]

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tsar - (Russian) a ruler, emperor, also CZAR, KSAR, TZAR [n -S]

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rats - RAT, to hunt long-tailed rodents [v]

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star - to shine as an actor or singer [v STARRED, STARRING, STARS]

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rees - REE, (Scots) a walled enclosure for sheep [n]

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seer - a prophet [n -S]

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rias - RIA, a long, narrow inlet [n]

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sair - (Scots) sore, very [adj SAIRER, SAIREST] / to savour, also SAR [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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rims - RIM, to provide with an outer edge [v]

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smir - to drizzle, also SMIRR, SMUR [v SMIRRED, SMIRRING, SMIRS]

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rits - RIT, (Scots) to scratch, score, also RITT [v]

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stir - to move around or mix [v STIRRED, STIRRING, STIRS]

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rucs - RUC, an enormous bird of Arabian legend, also ROC, ROK, RUKH [n]

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scur - to scour, search; to send skimming, also SKER, SKIRR, SQUIRR [v SCURRED, SCURRING, SCURS]

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rums - RUM, a spirit distilled from sugarcane [n]

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smur - to drizzle, also SMIR, SMIRR [v SMURRED, SMURRING, SMURS]

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saps - SAP, to deprive of strength [v]

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spas - SPA, a resort with a mineral spring [n]

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scot - (historical) money assessed or paid [n -S]

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tocs - TOC, telecommunications code for the letter T [n]

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seat - to place on a chair [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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taes - TAE, to toe the line [v]

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seis - SEI, a kind of rorqual whale [n]

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sies - (South Africa) an expression of disgust [interj]

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seys - SEY, a part of a carcase of beef [n]

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syes - SYE, to strain [v]

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shay - a light carriage, also CHAISE [n -S]

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yahs - YAH, an affected upper-class person [n]

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sirs - SIR, to use a respectful form of address to a man [v]

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sris - SRI, (Sanskrit) in India, a title of great respect given to a man, also SHRI [n]

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skat - (historical) a tribute, a tax, esp. in Orkney and Shetland, also SCAT, SCATT [n -S]

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taks - TAK, (Scots) to take [v]

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skit - a short satirical sketch in dramatic form [n -S]

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tiks - TIK, the drug methamphetamine in crystal form [n]

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slew - to cause to move sideways, also SLUE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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wels - a large fish, the American giant catfish, introduced into European rivers, aka SHEATFISH [n WELS]

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slit - to make a long narrow cut in [v SLITTED, SLITTING, SLITS]

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tils - TIL, the sesame plant, also TEEL [n]

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smew - a bird, the smallest merganser [n -S]

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wems - WEM, (archaic) the womb or belly, also WAME, WEAMB, WEMB [n]

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smut - to soil, make smutty, also SMUTCH [v SMUTTED, SMUTTING, SMUTS]

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tums - TUM, (colloquial) the stomach, also TUMMY [n]

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snaw - to snow [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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wans - WAN, to make or become wan [v]

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snit - a state of agitation [n -S]

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tins - TIN, to coat with a metallic element [v]

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snot - to blow the nose [v SNOTTED, SNOTTING, SNOTS]

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tons - TON, a unit of weight [n]

Reverse - Backward Word snowReverse - Backward Word snowReverse - Backward Word snowReverse - Backward Word snow

snow - to rain white frozen crystals, also SNAW [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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wons - WON, (archaic) to dwell, also WOON [v]

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spat - to slap, strike [v SPATTED, SPATTING, SPATS]

Reverse - Backward Word tapsReverse - Backward Word tapsReverse - Backward Word tapsReverse - Backward Word taps

taps - TAP, to strike gently [v]

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spaw - (obsolete) a spa [n -S]

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waps - WAP, to throw or pull quickly [v]

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spay - to remove the ovaries from (a female animal) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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yaps - YAP, to bark shrilly [v]

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spaz - a clumsy, foolish person [n SPAZZES]

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zaps - ZAP, to kill or destroy instantaneously [v]

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spit - to throw out saliva from the mouth [v SPAT, SPITTING, SPITS] / to pierce with a metal rod [v SPITTED, SPITTEN, SPITTING, SPITS]

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tips - TIP, to give a gratuity [v]

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spot - to mark with small round discolourations [v SPOTTED, SPOTTING, SPOTS]

Reverse - Backward Word topsReverse - Backward Word topsReverse - Backward Word topsReverse - Backward Word tops

tops - TOP, to cut off the highest point [v]

Reverse - Backward Word statReverse - Backward Word statReverse - Backward Word statReverse - Backward Word stat

stat - (short for) a statistic [n -S]

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tats - TAT, to make lace [v]

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staw - (Scots) to stall [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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wats - WAT, a Thai Buddhist temple or monastery [n]

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stet - to cancel a previously made printing correction [v STETTED, STETTING, STETS]

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tets - TET, (Hebrew) a letter of the Hebrew alphabet, also TETH [n]

Reverse - Backward Word stewReverse - Backward Word stewReverse - Backward Word stewReverse - Backward Word stew

stew - to cook by boiling slowly [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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wets - WET, to make wet [v]

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stot - to bound, also STOTT [v STOTTED, STOTTING, STOTS]

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tots - TOT, to total [v]

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stow - to put away [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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wots - WOT, (archaic) to know, also WIS, WIST, WIT [v]

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sulu - (Fijian) in Fiji, a cloth worn as a sarong [n -S]

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ulus - ULU, (Inuit) an Inuit knife [n]

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swat - to hit sharply [v SWATTED, SWATTING, SWATS]

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taws - TAW, to convert into white leather with minerals [v]

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sway - to move slowly back and forth [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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yaws - YAW, of e.g. a plane, to move from right to left in a horizontal plane [v]

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swey - (Scots) to sway, swing, also SWAY, SWEE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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yews - YEW, a type of evergreen tree, also EUGH [n]

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swot - to study hard [v SWOTTED, SWOTTING, SWOTS]

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tows - TOW, to pull by means of a chain or rope [v]

Reverse - Backward Word tartReverse - Backward Word tartReverse - Backward Word tartReverse - Backward Word tart

tart - sharp tasting [adj TARTER, TARTEST, TARTLY] / to smarten up [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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trat - (short for) a trattoria, an Italian restaurant, also TRATT [n -S]

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tawt - (Scots) to mat, tangle, also TAUT [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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twat - (slang) to strike violently [v TWATTED, TWATTING, TWATS]

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tort - a civil wrong [n -S]

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trot - to drive at a pace between walking and running [v TROTTED, TROTTING, TROTS]

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trew - (obsolete) true [adj]

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wert - BE, to exist [v]

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trow - (archaic) to believe [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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wort - a plant, herb or vegetable [n -S]

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abo - (short for) an aborigine [n -S]

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oba - a West African ruler [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word adoReverse - Backward Word adoReverse - Backward Word ado

ado - bustle or fuss [n -S]

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oda - a room in a harem, also ODAH [n -S]

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ahs - AH, to say ah [v]

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sha - an interjection requesting silence, also SH, SHH, SHHH [interj]

Reverse - Backward Word airReverse - Backward Word airReverse - Backward Word air

air - the mixture of gases breathed by people and animals, also AYRE [n -S] / to make known publicly [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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ria - a long, narrow inlet [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word apoReverse - Backward Word apoReverse - Backward Word apo

apo - (short for) apolipoprotein, a type of protein [n -S]

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opa - (German) a grandfather, also OUPA [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word arbReverse - Backward Word arbReverse - Backward Word arb

arb - (short for) an arbitrageur, a stocks and shares shyster [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word braReverse - Backward Word braReverse - Backward Word bra

bra - (short for) brassiere [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word areReverse - Backward Word areReverse - Backward Word are

are - a unit of metric land measure [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word eraReverse - Backward Word eraReverse - Backward Word era

era - a main division of geological time [n -S]

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arf - a barking sound [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word fraReverse - Backward Word fraReverse - Backward Word fra

fra - (Italian) brother [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ateReverse - Backward Word ateReverse - Backward Word ate

ate - reckless ambition that drives one to ruin [n -S]

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eta - a Greek letter [n -S]

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avo - a monetary unit of Macao [n -S]

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ova - OVUM, the female reproductive cell [n]

Reverse - Backward Word bacReverse - Backward Word bacReverse - Backward Word bac

bac - (short for) baccalaureate, a university degree [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word cabReverse - Backward Word cabReverse - Backward Word cab

cab - to travel by taxicab [v CABBED, CABBING, CABS]

Reverse - Backward Word badReverse - Backward Word badReverse - Backward Word bad

bad - something evil [n BADS] / not good [adj WORSE, WORST or WARST or WAURST] / (slang) very good [adj BADDER, BADDEST]

Reverse - Backward Word dabReverse - Backward Word dabReverse - Backward Word dab

dab - to touch lightly [v DABBED, DABBING, DABS]

Reverse - Backward Word bagReverse - Backward Word bagReverse - Backward Word bag

bag - to put in a pouch or sack [v BAGGED, BAGGING, BAGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gabReverse - Backward Word gabReverse - Backward Word gab

gab - to chatter [v GABBED, GABBING, GABS]

Reverse - Backward Word balReverse - Backward Word balReverse - Backward Word bal

bal - (short for) a balmoral, a type of Scottish bonnet or boot [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word labReverse - Backward Word labReverse - Backward Word lab

lab - (short for) a laboratory [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word banReverse - Backward Word banReverse - Backward Word ban

ban - to forbid or prohibit [v BANNED, BANNING, BANS] / a monetary unit of Romania [n BANI]

Reverse - Backward Word nabReverse - Backward Word nabReverse - Backward Word nab

nab - to seize [v NABBED, NABBING, NABS]

Reverse - Backward Word basReverse - Backward Word basReverse - Backward Word bas

bas - BA, the soul, in ancient Egyptian religion [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sabReverse - Backward Word sabReverse - Backward Word sab

sab - (Scots) to sob [v SABBED, SABBING, SABS]

Reverse - Backward Word batReverse - Backward Word batReverse - Backward Word bat

bat - to hit a ball with a bat (cricket, baseball) [v BATTED, BATTING, BATS]

Reverse - Backward Word tabReverse - Backward Word tabReverse - Backward Word tab

tab - to provide with an identifying mark [v TABBED, TABBING, TABS]

Reverse - Backward Word bedReverse - Backward Word bedReverse - Backward Word bed

bed - to provide with a receptacle for sleeping [v BEDDED, BEDDING, BEDS]

Reverse - Backward Word debReverse - Backward Word debReverse - Backward Word deb

deb - (short for) debutante [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word benReverse - Backward Word benReverse - Backward Word ben

ben - (Gaelic) a mountain [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word nebReverse - Backward Word nebReverse - Backward Word neb

neb - of birds, to touch bills [v NEBBED, NEBBING, NEBS]

Reverse - Backward Word bidReverse - Backward Word bidReverse - Backward Word bid

bid - to make an offer [v BADE or BIDDEN or BIDED, BIDDING, BIDS]

Reverse - Backward Word dibReverse - Backward Word dibReverse - Backward Word dib

dib - to fish by floating the bait [v DIBBED, DIBBING, DIBS]

Reverse - Backward Word bigReverse - Backward Word bigReverse - Backward Word big

big - to build [v BIGGED, BIGGING, BIGS] / of large size [adj BIGGER, BIGGEST, BIGLY]

Reverse - Backward Word gibReverse - Backward Word gibReverse - Backward Word gib

gib - a wedge-shaped piece of metal [n -S] / to fasten with a gib [v GIBBED, GIBBING, GIBS]

Reverse - Backward Word binReverse - Backward Word binReverse - Backward Word bin

bin - to store in a large receptacle [v BINNED, BINNING, BINS]

Reverse - Backward Word nibReverse - Backward Word nibReverse - Backward Word nib

nib - to provide with a penpoint [v NIBBED, NIBBING, NIBS]

Reverse - Backward Word bisReverse - Backward Word bisReverse - Backward Word bis

bis - BI, (short for) a bisexual [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sibReverse - Backward Word sibReverse - Backward Word sib

sib - a blood relation, a kinsman, also SIBB, SYBBE [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word bodReverse - Backward Word bodReverse - Backward Word bod

bod - (colloquial) a person [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word dobReverse - Backward Word dobReverse - Backward Word dob

dob - to inform on [v DOBBED, DOBBING, DOBS]

Reverse - Backward Word bogReverse - Backward Word bogReverse - Backward Word bog

bog - to sink into a bog [v BOGGED, BOGGING, BOGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gobReverse - Backward Word gobReverse - Backward Word gob

gob - to spit [v GOBBED, GOBBING, GOBS]

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boh - an exclamation used to startle [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word hobReverse - Backward Word hobReverse - Backward Word hob

hob - to furnish with hobnails [v HOBBED, HOBBING, HOBS]

Reverse - Backward Word bokReverse - Backward Word bokReverse - Backward Word bok

bok - (South African) a goat or antelope [n -S]

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kob - a reddish brown antelope [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word bonReverse - Backward Word bonReverse - Backward Word bon

bon - (French) good [adj]

Reverse - Backward Word nobReverse - Backward Word nobReverse - Backward Word nob

nob - a wealthy person [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word borReverse - Backward Word borReverse - Backward Word bor

bor - an East Anglian form of address meaning neighbour [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word robReverse - Backward Word robReverse - Backward Word rob

rob - to steal [v ROBBED, ROBBING, ROBS]

Reverse - Backward Word bosReverse - Backward Word bosReverse - Backward Word bos

bos - BO, a pal, a buddy [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sobReverse - Backward Word sobReverse - Backward Word sob

sob - to cry with a convulsive catching of the breath [v SOBBED, SOBBING, SOBS]

Reverse - Backward Word boyReverse - Backward Word boyReverse - Backward Word boy

boy - to act a female role as a boy [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word yobReverse - Backward Word yobReverse - Backward Word yob

yob - a lout, also YOBBO [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word broReverse - Backward Word broReverse - Backward Word bro

bro - buddy, pal, also BRU [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word orbReverse - Backward Word orbReverse - Backward Word orb

orb - to form into a sphere [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word bruReverse - Backward Word bruReverse - Backward Word bru

bru - buddy, pal, also BRO [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word urbReverse - Backward Word urbReverse - Backward Word urb

urb - an urban area [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word budReverse - Backward Word budReverse - Backward Word bud

bud - to produce unopened flowers [v BUDDED, BUDDING, BUDS]

Reverse - Backward Word dubReverse - Backward Word dubReverse - Backward Word dub

dub - to confer knighthood on [v DUBBED, DUBBING, DUBS]

Reverse - Backward Word bugReverse - Backward Word bugReverse - Backward Word bug

bug - to annoy [v BUGGED, BUGGING, BUGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gubReverse - Backward Word gubReverse - Backward Word gub

gub - to strike on the mouth [v GUBBED, GUBBING, GUBS]

Reverse - Backward Word bunReverse - Backward Word bunReverse - Backward Word bun

bun - a small sweet cake [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word nubReverse - Backward Word nubReverse - Backward Word nub

nub - (obsolete) to hang [v NUBBED, NUBBING, NUBS]

Reverse - Backward Word burReverse - Backward Word burReverse - Backward Word bur

bur - to remove a rough edge from [v BURRED, BURRING, BURS]

Reverse - Backward Word rubReverse - Backward Word rubReverse - Backward Word rub

rub - to apply friction [v RUBBED, RUBBING, RUBS] / (Scots) to rob [v RUBBET, RUBBIT, RUBBING, RUBS]

Reverse - Backward Word busReverse - Backward Word busReverse - Backward Word bus

bus - a road vehicle for transporting a considerable number of passengers [n -S] / to travel or transport by bus [v BUSED or BUSSED, BUSING or BUSSING, BUSES or BUSSES]

Reverse - Backward Word subReverse - Backward Word subReverse - Backward Word sub

sub - to act as a substitute [v SUBBED, SUBBING, SUBS]

Reverse - Backward Word butReverse - Backward Word butReverse - Backward Word but

but - to put forward as an objection [v BUTTED, BUTTING, BUTS]

Reverse - Backward Word tubReverse - Backward Word tubReverse - Backward Word tub

tub - to wash in a large receptacle [v TUBBED, TUBBING, TUBS]

Reverse - Backward Word calReverse - Backward Word calReverse - Backward Word cal

cal - (short for) calorie, as in low cal [adj]

Reverse - Backward Word lacReverse - Backward Word lacReverse - Backward Word lac

lac - a dark red resinous substance secreted by some insects [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word camReverse - Backward Word camReverse - Backward Word cam

cam - to whiten with camstone, also CAUM [v CAMMED, CAMMING, CAMS]

Reverse - Backward Word macReverse - Backward Word macReverse - Backward Word mac

mac - (short for) mackintosh, also MACK [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word capReverse - Backward Word capReverse - Backward Word cap

cap - to provide with a type of head covering [v CAPPED, CAPPING, CAPS]

Reverse - Backward Word pacReverse - Backward Word pacReverse - Backward Word pac

pac - a shoe patterned after a moccasin [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word cepReverse - Backward Word cepReverse - Backward Word cep

cep - a large mushroom, also CEPE [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word pecReverse - Backward Word pecReverse - Backward Word pec

pec - (colloquial) a pectoral muscle [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word cisReverse - Backward Word cisReverse - Backward Word cis

cis - having atoms on the same side of the molecule [adj]

Reverse - Backward Word sicReverse - Backward Word sicReverse - Backward Word sic

sic - to incite a dog to attack, also SICK [v SICCED, SICCING, SICS]

Reverse - Backward Word citReverse - Backward Word citReverse - Backward Word cit

cit - (archaic) a contemptuous term for one who is not a gentleman [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ticReverse - Backward Word ticReverse - Backward Word tic

tic - an involuntary twitching of muscles [n -S] / to twitch [v TICCED, TICCING, TICS]

Reverse - Backward Word codReverse - Backward Word codReverse - Backward Word cod

cod - to hoax or make fun of [v CODDED, CODDING, CODS]

Reverse - Backward Word docReverse - Backward Word docReverse - Backward Word doc

doc - (short for) doctor [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word corReverse - Backward Word corReverse - Backward Word cor

cor - a Hebrew measure [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word rocReverse - Backward Word rocReverse - Backward Word roc

roc - an enormous bird of Arabian legend, also ROK, RUC, RUKH [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word cosReverse - Backward Word cosReverse - Backward Word cos

cos - a crisp, long-leaved lettuce [n -ES]

Reverse - Backward Word socReverse - Backward Word socReverse - Backward Word soc

soc - the right of holding a local court [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word cotReverse - Backward Word cotReverse - Backward Word cot

cot - a narrow bed [n -S] / to become tangled [v COTTED, COTTING, COTS]

Reverse - Backward Word tocReverse - Backward Word tocReverse - Backward Word toc

toc - telecommunications code for the letter T [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word curReverse - Backward Word curReverse - Backward Word cur

cur - a worthless mongrel dog, also KURRE [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word rucReverse - Backward Word rucReverse - Backward Word ruc

ruc - an enormous bird of Arabian legend, also ROC, ROK, RUKH [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word dagReverse - Backward Word dagReverse - Backward Word dag

dag - to remove clotted tufts of wool from a sheep [v DAGGED, DAGGING, DAGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gadReverse - Backward Word gadReverse - Backward Word gad

gad - to roam about restlessly [v GADDED, GADDING, GADS]

Reverse - Backward Word dahReverse - Backward Word dahReverse - Backward Word dah

dah - a dash in morse code [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word hadReverse - Backward Word hadReverse - Backward Word had

had - (Scots) to hold [v HAD, HADDEN, HADDING, HADS]

Reverse - Backward Word dalReverse - Backward Word dalReverse - Backward Word dal

dal - (Hindi) a kind of Indian edible pea, also DAAL, DAHL, DHAL, DHOLL [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ladReverse - Backward Word ladReverse - Backward Word lad

lad - a boy or youth [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word damReverse - Backward Word damReverse - Backward Word dam

dam - to build an embankment to retain water [v DAMMED, DAMMING, DAMS]

Reverse - Backward Word madReverse - Backward Word madReverse - Backward Word mad

mad - insane [adj MADDER, MADDEST, MADLY] / to become or make angry or mad [v MADDED, MADDING, MADS]

Reverse - Backward Word dapReverse - Backward Word dapReverse - Backward Word dap

dap - to dip in water [v DAPPED, DAPPING, DAPS]

Reverse - Backward Word padReverse - Backward Word padReverse - Backward Word pad

pad - to stuff or fill with soft material [v PADDED, PADDING, PADS]

Reverse - Backward Word dasReverse - Backward Word dasReverse - Backward Word das

das - DA, a heavy Burmese knife [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sadReverse - Backward Word sadReverse - Backward Word sad

sad - unhappy [adj SADDER, SADDEST, SADLY] / to express sadness [v SADDED, SADDING, SADS]

Reverse - Backward Word dawReverse - Backward Word dawReverse - Backward Word daw

daw - to dawn [v DAWED, DAWEN, DAWING, DAWS]

Reverse - Backward Word wadReverse - Backward Word wadReverse - Backward Word wad

wad - to form into a pad [v WADDED, WADDING, WADS]

Reverse - Backward Word dayReverse - Backward Word dayReverse - Backward Word day

day - the time between sunrise and sunset [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word yadReverse - Backward Word yadReverse - Backward Word yad

yad - (Hebrew) a handheld pointer used for reading the Torah [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word defReverse - Backward Word defReverse - Backward Word def

def - excellent [adj DEFFER, DEFFEST, DEFFLY]

Reverse - Backward Word fedReverse - Backward Word fedReverse - Backward Word fed

fed - (short for) a federal agent [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word degReverse - Backward Word degReverse - Backward Word deg

deg - (dialect) to water (e.g. a plant) [v DEGGED, DEGGING, DEGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gedReverse - Backward Word gedReverse - Backward Word ged

ged - (dialect) a pike [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word delReverse - Backward Word delReverse - Backward Word del

del - an operator in differential calculus [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ledReverse - Backward Word ledReverse - Backward Word led

led - LEAD, to go in advance [v]

Reverse - Backward Word denReverse - Backward Word denReverse - Backward Word den

den - to live in a lair [v DENNED, DENNING, DENS]

Reverse - Backward Word nedReverse - Backward Word nedReverse - Backward Word ned

ned - a young hooligan [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word depReverse - Backward Word depReverse - Backward Word dep

dep - a convenience store [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word pedReverse - Backward Word pedReverse - Backward Word ped

ped - a natural soil aggregate [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word dewReverse - Backward Word dewReverse - Backward Word dew

dew - to wet with condensed moisture, also DEAW [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word wedReverse - Backward Word wedReverse - Backward Word wed

wed - to marry [v WEDDED, WEDDING, WEDS]

Reverse - Backward Word dexReverse - Backward Word dexReverse - Backward Word dex

dex - a pill containing Dexedrine, a sulfate used as a stimulant, also DEXIE, DEXY [n -ES]

Reverse - Backward Word xedReverse - Backward Word xedReverse - Backward Word xed

xed - crossed out (past tense of verb to x) [v]

Reverse - Backward Word difReverse - Backward Word difReverse - Backward Word dif

dif - (colloquial) difference, also DIFF [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word fidReverse - Backward Word fidReverse - Backward Word fid

fid - a conical pin of hard wood [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word digReverse - Backward Word digReverse - Backward Word dig

dig - to make a hole, excavate [v DUG or DIGGED, DIGGING, DIGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gidReverse - Backward Word gidReverse - Backward Word gid

gid - a disease of sheep [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word dimReverse - Backward Word dimReverse - Backward Word dim

dim - to reduce the light of [v DIMMED, DIMMING, DIMS] / obscure [adj DIMMER, DIMMEST, DIMLY]

Reverse - Backward Word midReverse - Backward Word midReverse - Backward Word mid

mid - the middle [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word dinReverse - Backward Word dinReverse - Backward Word din

din - to make a loud noise [v DINNED, DINNING, DINS]

Reverse - Backward Word nidReverse - Backward Word nidReverse - Backward Word nid

nid - a pheasant's nest or brood, also NIDE [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ditReverse - Backward Word ditReverse - Backward Word dit

dit - (Scots) to block [v DITTED, DITTIT, DITTING, DITS]

Reverse - Backward Word tidReverse - Backward Word tidReverse - Backward Word tid

tid - (Scots) a mood, state of mind [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word divReverse - Backward Word divReverse - Backward Word div

div - in Persian legend, an evil spirit, also DEEV [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word vidReverse - Backward Word vidReverse - Backward Word vid

vid - (short for) video [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word dogReverse - Backward Word dogReverse - Backward Word dog

dog - to follow closely behind [v DOGGED, DOGGING, DOGS]

Reverse - Backward Word godReverse - Backward Word godReverse - Backward Word god

god - to treat as a god (a supernatural being) [v GODDED, GODDING, GODS]

Reverse - Backward Word dohReverse - Backward Word dohReverse - Backward Word doh

doh - a musical note [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word hodReverse - Backward Word hodReverse - Backward Word hod

hod - to bob or jog [v HODDED, HODDING, HODS]

Reverse - Backward Word dolReverse - Backward Word dolReverse - Backward Word dol

dol - a unit of pain intensity [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word lodReverse - Backward Word lodReverse - Backward Word lod

lod - the logarithm of the odds, used in statistics [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word domReverse - Backward Word domReverse - Backward Word dom

dom - a title given to certain monks [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word modReverse - Backward Word modReverse - Backward Word mod

mod - to modify a machine or piece of software [v MODDED, MODDING, MODS]

Reverse - Backward Word donReverse - Backward Word donReverse - Backward Word don

don - to put on [v DONNED, DONNING, DONS]

Reverse - Backward Word nodReverse - Backward Word nodReverse - Backward Word nod

nod - to give a quick forward motion of the head [v NODDED, NODDING, NODS]

Reverse - Backward Word dopReverse - Backward Word dopReverse - Backward Word dop

dop - to dip [v DOPPED, DOPPING, DOPS]

Reverse - Backward Word podReverse - Backward Word podReverse - Backward Word pod

pod - to produce seed coverings [v PODDED, PODDING, PODS]

Reverse - Backward Word dorReverse - Backward Word dorReverse - Backward Word dor

dor - to mock, scoff at, also DORR [v DORRED, DORRING, DORS]

Reverse - Backward Word rodReverse - Backward Word rodReverse - Backward Word rod

rod - to clear a drain with a long slender pole [v RODDED, RODDING, RODS]

Reverse - Backward Word dosReverse - Backward Word dosReverse - Backward Word dos

dos - DO, a party, celebration [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sodReverse - Backward Word sodReverse - Backward Word sod

sod - to cover with turf [v SODDED, SODDING, SODS]

Reverse - Backward Word dotReverse - Backward Word dotReverse - Backward Word dot

dot - to cover with tiny round marks [v DOTTED, DOTTING, DOTS]

Reverse - Backward Word todReverse - Backward Word todReverse - Backward Word tod

tod - a weight used in the wool trade, usually 28 pounds or 2 stone [n -S] / to yield a tod [v TODDED, TODDING, TODS]

Reverse - Backward Word doyReverse - Backward Word doyReverse - Backward Word doy

doy - (Scots) dear, a loved one [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word yodReverse - Backward Word yodReverse - Backward Word yod

yod - a Hebrew letter, also YODH [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word dumReverse - Backward Word dumReverse - Backward Word dum

dum - cooked with steam [adj]

Reverse - Backward Word mudReverse - Backward Word mudReverse - Backward Word mud

mud - to cover with soft wet earth [v MUDDED, MUDDING, MUDS]

Reverse - Backward Word duoReverse - Backward Word duoReverse - Backward Word duo

duo - two people considered a pair for a specific reason [n DUI or DUOS]

Reverse - Backward Word oudReverse - Backward Word oudReverse - Backward Word oud

oud - an African stringed instrument [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word dupReverse - Backward Word dupReverse - Backward Word dup

dup - (Shakespeare) to undo [v DUPPING, DUPPED, DUPS]

Reverse - Backward Word pudReverse - Backward Word pudReverse - Backward Word pud

pud - (colloquial) pudding [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word eanReverse - Backward Word eanReverse - Backward Word ean

ean - to give birth to, also YEAN [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word naeReverse - Backward Word naeReverse - Backward Word nae

nae - (Scots) no [n NAES]

Reverse - Backward Word easReverse - Backward Word easReverse - Backward Word eas

eas - EA, (dialect) a river [n]

Reverse - Backward Word saeReverse - Backward Word saeReverse - Backward Word sae

sae - (Scots) so [adv]

Reverse - Backward Word eatReverse - Backward Word eatReverse - Backward Word eat

eat - to consume food [v ATE or (obsolete) ET, EATEN, EATING, EATS]

Reverse - Backward Word taeReverse - Backward Word taeReverse - Backward Word tae

tae - to toe the line [v TAED, TAEING, TAES]

Reverse - Backward Word eelReverse - Backward Word eelReverse - Backward Word eel

eel - a snakelike fish [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word leeReverse - Backward Word leeReverse - Backward Word lee

lee - (Scots) to lie, make a false statement [v LEED, LEEING, LEES]

Reverse - Backward Word eenReverse - Backward Word eenReverse - Backward Word een

een - EE, (Scots) an eye [n]

Reverse - Backward Word neeReverse - Backward Word neeReverse - Backward Word nee

nee - of a woman, born with the name of [adj]

Reverse - Backward Word eewReverse - Backward Word eewReverse - Backward Word eew

eew - an interjection used to express disgust, also EEEW [interj]

Reverse - Backward Word weeReverse - Backward Word weeReverse - Backward Word wee

wee - small [adj WEER, WEEST] / to urinate [v WEED, WEEING, WEES]

Reverse - Backward Word ehsReverse - Backward Word ehsReverse - Backward Word ehs

ehs - EH, to say 'Eh', expressing enquiry [v]

Reverse - Backward Word sheReverse - Backward Word sheReverse - Backward Word she

she - a female person [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word eukReverse - Backward Word eukReverse - Backward Word euk

euk - to itch, also EWK, YEUK, YOUK, YUKE [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word kueReverse - Backward Word kueReverse - Backward Word kue

kue - the letter Q [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word fenReverse - Backward Word fenReverse - Backward Word fen

fen - wet land with alkaline, neutral, or only slightly acid peaty soil [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word nefReverse - Backward Word nefReverse - Backward Word nef

nef - an elaborate table decoration in the shape of a ship for holding such things as table napkins and condiments [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ferReverse - Backward Word ferReverse - Backward Word fer

fer - (dialect) for [prep]

Reverse - Backward Word refReverse - Backward Word refReverse - Backward Word ref

ref - to referee [v REFFED, REFFING, REFS]

Reverse - Backward Word fetReverse - Backward Word fetReverse - Backward Word fet

fet - (obsolete) to fetch, also FETCH, FETT [v FETTED, FETTING, FETS]

Reverse - Backward Word tefReverse - Backward Word tefReverse - Backward Word tef

tef - a kind of cereal grass, also TEFF [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word figReverse - Backward Word figReverse - Backward Word fig

fig - to dress up [v FIGGED, FIGGING, FIGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gifReverse - Backward Word gifReverse - Backward Word gif

gif - a type of computer image [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word firReverse - Backward Word firReverse - Backward Word fir

fir - an evergreen tree [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word rifReverse - Backward Word rifReverse - Backward Word rif

rif - to dismiss from employment [v RIFFED, RIFFING, RIFS]

Reverse - Backward Word fooReverse - Backward Word fooReverse - Backward Word foo

foo - a name for a temporary computer variable or file [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word oofReverse - Backward Word oofReverse - Backward Word oof

oof - (Yiddish) money, also OOFTISH [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word froReverse - Backward Word froReverse - Backward Word fro

fro - an African hairstyle, also AFRO [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word orfReverse - Backward Word orfReverse - Backward Word orf

orf - a viral infection of sheep [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word galReverse - Backward Word galReverse - Backward Word gal

gal - a girl [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word lagReverse - Backward Word lagReverse - Backward Word lag

lag - to fall behind [v LAGGED, LAGGING, LAGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gamReverse - Backward Word gamReverse - Backward Word gam

gam - to visit socially between whaling ships [v GAMMED, GAMMING, GAMS]

Reverse - Backward Word magReverse - Backward Word magReverse - Backward Word mag

mag - to tease; to steal, also MAGG [v MAGGED, MAGGING, MAGS]

Reverse - Backward Word ganReverse - Backward Word ganReverse - Backward Word gan

gan - (dialect) to go [v GANNED, GANNING, GANS]

Reverse - Backward Word nagReverse - Backward Word nagReverse - Backward Word nag

nag - to find fault incessantly [v NAGGED, NAGGING, NAGS]

Reverse - Backward Word garReverse - Backward Word garReverse - Backward Word gar

gar - to cause or compel [v GART or GARRED, GARRING, GARS]

Reverse - Backward Word ragReverse - Backward Word ragReverse - Backward Word rag

rag - to tease or ridicule [v RAGGED, RAGGING, RAGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gasReverse - Backward Word gasReverse - Backward Word gas

gas - a state of matter [n GASES] / to poison with gas [v GASSED, GASSING, GASSES]

Reverse - Backward Word sagReverse - Backward Word sagReverse - Backward Word sag

sag - to bend or give way [v SAGGED, SAGGING, SAGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gatReverse - Backward Word gatReverse - Backward Word gat

gat - a pistol [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word tagReverse - Backward Word tagReverse - Backward Word tag

tag - to provide with an identifying marker [v TAGGED, TAGGING, TAGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gawReverse - Backward Word gawReverse - Backward Word gaw

gaw - an imperfect rainbow or other supposed sign of coming weather [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word wagReverse - Backward Word wagReverse - Backward Word wag

wag - to move from side to side, also WAGGLE [v WAGGED, WAGGING, WAGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gayReverse - Backward Word gayReverse - Backward Word gay

gay - a homosexual [n -S] / cheerful [adj GAYER, GAYEST, GAILY or GAYLY]

Reverse - Backward Word yagReverse - Backward Word yagReverse - Backward Word yag

yag - a type of synthetic garnet containing yttrium and aluminium, used in lasers and as a gem [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word gelReverse - Backward Word gelReverse - Backward Word gel

gel - to become like a jelly [v GELLED, GELLING, GELS]

Reverse - Backward Word legReverse - Backward Word legReverse - Backward Word leg

leg - to walk briskly [v LEGGED, LEGGING, LEGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gemReverse - Backward Word gemReverse - Backward Word gem

gem - to adorn with gems [v GEMMED, GEMMING, GEMS]

Reverse - Backward Word megReverse - Backward Word megReverse - Backward Word meg

meg - (archaic) a halfpenny, also MAIK, MECK [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word genReverse - Backward Word genReverse - Backward Word gen

gen - (colloquial) general information [n -S] / as in gen up, to brief [v GENNED, GENNING, GENS]

Reverse - Backward Word negReverse - Backward Word negReverse - Backward Word neg

neg - a photographic negative [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word gerReverse - Backward Word gerReverse - Backward Word ger

ger - in Mongolia, another name for a yurt, a felt tent [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word regReverse - Backward Word regReverse - Backward Word reg

reg - (short for) a regulation [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word getReverse - Backward Word getReverse - Backward Word get

get - to obtain or acquire [v GOT, GOTTEN, GETTING, GETS] / a Jewish divorce [n GITTIN]

Reverse - Backward Word tegReverse - Backward Word tegReverse - Backward Word teg

teg - a sheep in its second year, also TEGG [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word gipReverse - Backward Word gipReverse - Backward Word gip

gip - to swindle, also GYP [v GIPPED, GIPPING, GIPS]

Reverse - Backward Word pigReverse - Backward Word pigReverse - Backward Word pig

pig - to give birth to cloven-hoofed mammals [v PIGGED, PIGGING, PIGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gisReverse - Backward Word gisReverse - Backward Word gis

gis - GI, (Japanese) a loose-fitting white suit worn in judo, karate, and other martial arts [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sigReverse - Backward Word sigReverse - Backward Word sig

sig - a short personalized message at the end of an email, a signature [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word gitReverse - Backward Word gitReverse - Backward Word git

git - a fool [n -S] / to get [v GITTED, GITTING, GITS]

Reverse - Backward Word tigReverse - Backward Word tigReverse - Backward Word tig

tig - to touch [v TIGGED, TIGGING, TIGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gonReverse - Backward Word gonReverse - Backward Word gon

gon - a geometrical grade [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word nogReverse - Backward Word nogReverse - Backward Word nog

nog - to fill a space in a wall with bricks [v NOGGED, NOGGING, NOGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gosReverse - Backward Word gosReverse - Backward Word gos

gos - GO, a Japanese board game [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sogReverse - Backward Word sogReverse - Backward Word sog

sog - to soak [v SOGGED, SOGGING, SOGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gotReverse - Backward Word gotReverse - Backward Word got

got - GET, to obtain or acquire [v]

Reverse - Backward Word togReverse - Backward Word togReverse - Backward Word tog

tog - to clothe [v TOGGED, TOGGING, TOGS]

Reverse - Backward Word govReverse - Backward Word govReverse - Backward Word gov

gov - (short for) governor, also GUV [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word vogReverse - Backward Word vogReverse - Backward Word vog

vog - air pollution caused by volcanic dust [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word gulReverse - Backward Word gulReverse - Backward Word gul

gul - a design in oriental carpets [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word lugReverse - Backward Word lugReverse - Backward Word lug

lug - to drag heavily [v LUGGED, LUGGING, LUGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gumReverse - Backward Word gumReverse - Backward Word gum

gum - to smear with gum (a sticky substance) [v GUMMED, GUMMING, GUMS]

Reverse - Backward Word mugReverse - Backward Word mugReverse - Backward Word mug

mug - to assault with intent to rob [v MUGGED, MUGGING, MUGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gunReverse - Backward Word gunReverse - Backward Word gun

gun - to shoot with a gun (a portable firearm) [v GUNNED, GUNNING, GUNS]

Reverse - Backward Word nugReverse - Backward Word nugReverse - Backward Word nug

nug - a chunk of wood sawn from a log [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word gupReverse - Backward Word gupReverse - Backward Word gup

gup - gossip [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word pugReverse - Backward Word pugReverse - Backward Word pug

pug - to fill in with clay or mortar [v PUGGED, PUGGING, PUGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gurReverse - Backward Word gurReverse - Backward Word gur

gur - an unrefined, sweet cane sugar, also GOOR [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word rugReverse - Backward Word rugReverse - Backward Word rug

rug - (Scots) to pull roughly [v RUGGED, RUGGING, RUGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gusReverse - Backward Word gusReverse - Backward Word gus

gus - GU, an old Shetland viol, also GUE, GJU [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sugReverse - Backward Word sugReverse - Backward Word sug

sug - to attempt to sell a product while purporting to be engaged in market research [v SUGGING, SUGGED, SUGS]

Reverse - Backward Word gutReverse - Backward Word gutReverse - Backward Word gut

gut - to remove the guts (intestines) of [v GUTTED, GUTTING, GUTS]

Reverse - Backward Word tugReverse - Backward Word tugReverse - Backward Word tug

tug - to pull with force [v TUGGED, TUGGING, TUGS]

Reverse - Backward Word guvReverse - Backward Word guvReverse - Backward Word guv

guv - (short for) governor, also GOV [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word vugReverse - Backward Word vugReverse - Backward Word vug

vug - a small cavity in a rock, also VUGG, VUGH [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word guyReverse - Backward Word guyReverse - Backward Word guy

guy - to make fun of [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word yugReverse - Backward Word yugReverse - Backward Word yug

yug - (Sanskrit) one of the four Hindu ages of the world, also YUGA [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word hanReverse - Backward Word hanReverse - Backward Word han

han - (Spenser) 3rd person plural of HAVE, to possess [v]

Reverse - Backward Word nahReverse - Backward Word nahReverse - Backward Word nah

nah - (colloquial) no [interj]

Reverse - Backward Word hapReverse - Backward Word hapReverse - Backward Word hap

hap - to happen by chance [v HAPPED, HAPPING, HAPS]

Reverse - Backward Word pahReverse - Backward Word pahReverse - Backward Word pah

pah - (Maori) a hill fort, also PA [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word hayReverse - Backward Word hayReverse - Backward Word hay

hay - to convert cut dried grass into fodder [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word yahReverse - Backward Word yahReverse - Backward Word yah

yah - an affected upper-class person [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word hemReverse - Backward Word hemReverse - Backward Word hem

hem - to provide with an edge [v HEMMED, HEMMING, HEMS]

Reverse - Backward Word mehReverse - Backward Word mehReverse - Backward Word meh

meh - mediocre or boring; an expression of indifference or boredom [interj]

Reverse - Backward Word hepReverse - Backward Word hepReverse - Backward Word hep

hep - well abreast of fashionable knowledge [adj HEPPER, HEPPEST] / the fruit of a rose [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word pehReverse - Backward Word pehReverse - Backward Word peh

peh - a Hebrew letter, also PE, FE [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word herReverse - Backward Word herReverse - Backward Word her

her - a pronoun or possessive adjective representing a female person or thing [adj]

Reverse - Backward Word rehReverse - Backward Word rehReverse - Backward Word reh

reh - an accumulation of salts on soil [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word heyReverse - Backward Word heyReverse - Backward Word hey

hey - a winding country dance [n -S] / to dance the hey [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word yehReverse - Backward Word yehReverse - Backward Word yeh

yeh - (colloquial) yes, also YEAH [interj]

Reverse - Backward Word honReverse - Backward Word honReverse - Backward Word hon

hon - (short for) honey, as a term of endearment [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word nohReverse - Backward Word nohReverse - Backward Word noh

noh - the classical drama of Japan [n NOH]

Reverse - Backward Word hooReverse - Backward Word hooReverse - Backward Word hoo

hoo - (Shakespeare) an interjection expressing boisterous emotion [interj]

Reverse - Backward Word oohReverse - Backward Word oohReverse - Backward Word ooh

ooh - to express surprise [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word hopReverse - Backward Word hopReverse - Backward Word hop

hop - to move by jumping on one foot [v HOPPED, HOPPING, HOPS]

Reverse - Backward Word pohReverse - Backward Word pohReverse - Backward Word poh

poh - to reject contemptuously [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word hosReverse - Backward Word hosReverse - Backward Word hos

hos - HO [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sohReverse - Backward Word sohReverse - Backward Word soh

soh - the fifth note of the scale [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word hupReverse - Backward Word hupReverse - Backward Word hup

hup - to quicken the pace of a horse or turn a horse to the right (by shouting hup to it) [v HUPPED, HUPPING, HUPS]

Reverse - Backward Word puhReverse - Backward Word puhReverse - Backward Word puh

puh - (Shakespeare) an interjection expressing disgust, also PUGH [interj]

Reverse - Backward Word jarReverse - Backward Word jarReverse - Backward Word jar

jar - to vibrate from an impact [v JARRED, JARRING, JARS]

Reverse - Backward Word rajReverse - Backward Word rajReverse - Backward Word raj

raj - in India, sovereignty [n -ES]

Reverse - Backward Word kamReverse - Backward Word kamReverse - Backward Word kam

kam - (Shakespeare) crooked, awry, also KAMME [adj]

Reverse - Backward Word makReverse - Backward Word makReverse - Backward Word mak

mak - (Scots) to make [v MADE, MAKING, MAKS]

Reverse - Backward Word katReverse - Backward Word katReverse - Backward Word kat

kat - a shrub of East Africa, Arabia, etc., or its leaves, chewed or taken as tea for their stimulant effect, also KHAT, QAT [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word takReverse - Backward Word takReverse - Backward Word tak

tak - (Scots) to take [v TAKEN, TOOK, TAKING, TAKS]

Reverse - Backward Word kayReverse - Backward Word kayReverse - Backward Word kay

kay - the letter K [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word yakReverse - Backward Word yakReverse - Backward Word yak

yak - to talk persistently, also YACK [v YAKKED, YAKKING, YAKS]

Reverse - Backward Word kenReverse - Backward Word kenReverse - Backward Word ken

ken - to know [v KENNED, KENNING, KENS]

Reverse - Backward Word nekReverse - Backward Word nekReverse - Backward Word nek

nek - (South African) a col, a pass in a mountain range [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word kisReverse - Backward Word kisReverse - Backward Word kis

kis - KI, (Japanese) the spirit of Japanese martial art [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sikReverse - Backward Word sikReverse - Backward Word sik

sik - (Australian slang) excellent [adj]

Reverse - Backward Word kitReverse - Backward Word kitReverse - Backward Word kit

kit - to equip, fit out [v KITTED, KITTING, KITS]

Reverse - Backward Word tikReverse - Backward Word tikReverse - Backward Word tik

tik - the drug methamphetamine in crystal form [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word korReverse - Backward Word korReverse - Backward Word kor

kor - a Hebrew unit of measure [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word rokReverse - Backward Word rokReverse - Backward Word rok

rok - an enormous bird of Arabian legend, also ROC, RUC, RUKH [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word kowReverse - Backward Word kowReverse - Backward Word kow

kow - a branch of twigs [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word wokReverse - Backward Word wokReverse - Backward Word wok

wok - (Chinese) a pan used in Chinese cookery, also WOCK [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word lamReverse - Backward Word lamReverse - Backward Word lam

lam - to beat [v LAMMED, LAMMING, LAMS]

Reverse - Backward Word malReverse - Backward Word malReverse - Backward Word mal

mal - (French) pain, sickness [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word lapReverse - Backward Word lapReverse - Backward Word lap

lap - to extend beyond some limit [v LAPPED, LAPPING, LAPS]

Reverse - Backward Word palReverse - Backward Word palReverse - Backward Word pal

pal - to associate as friends [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word lasReverse - Backward Word lasReverse - Backward Word las

las - LA, the sixth tone of the diatonic scale, also LAH [n]

Reverse - Backward Word salReverse - Backward Word salReverse - Backward Word sal

sal - a large North Indian tree [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word lepReverse - Backward Word lepReverse - Backward Word lep

lep - (dialect) to leap [v LEPPED, LEPT, LEPPING, LEPS]

Reverse - Backward Word pelReverse - Backward Word pelReverse - Backward Word pel

pel - an earlier, now less common, word for a pixel [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word lesReverse - Backward Word lesReverse - Backward Word les

les - (short for) a lesbian, also LEZ, LEZZ, LEZZA, LEZZIE, LEZZY [n -ES]

Reverse - Backward Word selReverse - Backward Word selReverse - Backward Word sel

sel - (Scots) self [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word letReverse - Backward Word letReverse - Backward Word let

let - to allow [v LET or (Scots) LOOT, (Scots) LUIT, (Scots) LITTEN, LOOTEN, LUTTEN, LETTING, LETS] / to hinder [v LETTED, LETTING, LETS]

Reverse - Backward Word telReverse - Backward Word telReverse - Backward Word tel

tel - in Arab lands, a hill or ancient mound formed from the accumulated debris from earlier mud or wattle habitations [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word lezReverse - Backward Word lezReverse - Backward Word lez

lez - (short for) a lesbian, also LES, LEZZ, LEZZA, LEZZIE, LEZZY [n -ES]

Reverse - Backward Word zelReverse - Backward Word zelReverse - Backward Word zel

zel - an Oriental cymbal [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word linReverse - Backward Word linReverse - Backward Word lin

lin - to cease [v LINNED, LINNING, LINS]

Reverse - Backward Word nilReverse - Backward Word nilReverse - Backward Word nil

nil - nothing [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word litReverse - Backward Word litReverse - Backward Word lit

lit - a former monetary unit of Lithuania, also LITAS [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word tilReverse - Backward Word tilReverse - Backward Word til

til - the sesame plant, also TEEL [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word lopReverse - Backward Word lopReverse - Backward Word lop

lop - to cut the tops off branches [v LOPPED, LOPPING, LOPS]

Reverse - Backward Word polReverse - Backward Word polReverse - Backward Word pol

pol - a politician [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word losReverse - Backward Word losReverse - Backward Word los

los - (obsolete) praise [n -ES]

Reverse - Backward Word solReverse - Backward Word solReverse - Backward Word sol

sol - the fifth tone of the scale, also SOH [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word manReverse - Backward Word manReverse - Backward Word man

man - an adult human male [n MEN] / to provide with workers [v MANNED or (Spenser) MAND, MANNING, MANS]

Reverse - Backward Word namReverse - Backward Word namReverse - Backward Word nam

nam - the action of taking another's goods by distraint, also NAAM [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word mapReverse - Backward Word mapReverse - Backward Word map

map - to plan a layout of [v MAPPED, MAPPING, MAPS]

Reverse - Backward Word pamReverse - Backward Word pamReverse - Backward Word pam

pam - the jack of clubs in certain card games [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word marReverse - Backward Word marReverse - Backward Word mar

mar - to spoil or damage [v MARRED or (Spenser) MARD, MARRING, MARS]

Reverse - Backward Word ramReverse - Backward Word ramReverse - Backward Word ram

ram - to thrust roughly with force [v RAMMED, RAMMING, RAMS]

Reverse - Backward Word masReverse - Backward Word masReverse - Backward Word mas

mas - a house or home in the south of France [n MAS]

Reverse - Backward Word samReverse - Backward Word samReverse - Backward Word sam

sam - (Spenser) to gather [v SAMMED, SAMMING, SAMS]

Reverse - Backward Word matReverse - Backward Word matReverse - Backward Word mat

mat - to tangle closely [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word tamReverse - Backward Word tamReverse - Backward Word tam

tam - a tight-fitting Scottish cap [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word mayReverse - Backward Word mayReverse - Backward Word may

may - to gather flowers in the spring [v -ED, -ING, -S] / to express permission [v present 2d person sing MAY, MAYEST, or MAYST, past tense MIGHT or MOUGHT, past 2d person sing MIGHTST or MIGHTEST]

Reverse - Backward Word yamReverse - Backward Word yamReverse - Backward Word yam

yam - a sweet potato [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word mewReverse - Backward Word mewReverse - Backward Word mew

mew - of a cat, to make a high pitched cry [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word wemReverse - Backward Word wemReverse - Backward Word wem

wem - (archaic) the womb or belly, also WAME, WEAMB, WEMB [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word mhoReverse - Backward Word mhoReverse - Backward Word mho

mho - a unit of electrical conductance [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ohmReverse - Backward Word ohmReverse - Backward Word ohm

ohm - a unit of electrical resistance [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word mirReverse - Backward Word mirReverse - Backward Word mir

mir - a Russian peasant commune [n MIRS or MIRI]

Reverse - Backward Word rimReverse - Backward Word rimReverse - Backward Word rim

rim - to provide with an outer edge [v RIMMED, RIMMING, RIMS]

Reverse - Backward Word misReverse - Backward Word misReverse - Backward Word mis

mis - MI, the third note of the musical scale [n]

Reverse - Backward Word simReverse - Backward Word simReverse - Backward Word sim

sim - (short for) simulation or for Simeonite, an evangelical follower of Charles Simeon [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word monReverse - Backward Word monReverse - Backward Word mon

mon - (Japanese) a family badge or crest [n MON]

Reverse - Backward Word nomReverse - Backward Word nomReverse - Backward Word nom

nom - (French) a name [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word mooReverse - Backward Word mooReverse - Backward Word moo

moo - to make the sound of a cow [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word oomReverse - Backward Word oomReverse - Backward Word oom

oom - (South African) uncle [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word mopReverse - Backward Word mopReverse - Backward Word mop

mop - to clean with a sponge on a stick [v MOPPED, MOPPING, MOPS]

Reverse - Backward Word pomReverse - Backward Word pomReverse - Backward Word pom

pom - (colloquial) a Pomeranian dog [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word morReverse - Backward Word morReverse - Backward Word mor

mor - a forest humus [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word romReverse - Backward Word romReverse - Backward Word rom

rom - a gypsy man [n ROMA or ROMS]

Reverse - Backward Word mosReverse - Backward Word mosReverse - Backward Word mos

mos - MO, a moment [n]

Reverse - Backward Word somReverse - Backward Word somReverse - Backward Word som

som - a monetary unit of Kyrgyzstan [n SOMS or SOMY]

Reverse - Backward Word motReverse - Backward Word motReverse - Backward Word mot

mot - (French) a witty saying [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word tomReverse - Backward Word tomReverse - Backward Word tom

tom - to engage in prostitution [v TOMMED, TOMMING, TOMS]

Reverse - Backward Word moyReverse - Backward Word moyReverse - Backward Word moy

moy - (Shakespeare) a coin or a measure [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word yomReverse - Backward Word yomReverse - Backward Word yom

yom - a Jewish day, esp. in a religious context [n YOMIM]

Reverse - Backward Word musReverse - Backward Word musReverse - Backward Word mus

mus - MU, (Greek) a letter of the Greek alphabet [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sumReverse - Backward Word sumReverse - Backward Word sum

sum - a monetary unit of Uzbekistan [n SUMY] / to add, make up the total of [v SUMMED, SUMMING, SUMS]

Reverse - Backward Word mutReverse - Backward Word mutReverse - Backward Word mut

mut - a mongrel dog, also MUTT [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word tumReverse - Backward Word tumReverse - Backward Word tum

tum - (colloquial) the stomach, also TUMMY [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word napReverse - Backward Word napReverse - Backward Word nap

nap - to sleep briefly [v NAPPED, NAPPING, NAPS]

Reverse - Backward Word panReverse - Backward Word panReverse - Backward Word pan

pan - to criticize harshly [v PANNED, PANNING, PANS]

Reverse - Backward Word nasReverse - Backward Word nasReverse - Backward Word nas

nas - (obsolete) contraction of ne has, has not and ne was, was not [v]

Reverse - Backward Word sanReverse - Backward Word sanReverse - Backward Word san

san - (short for) a sanatorium [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word natReverse - Backward Word natReverse - Backward Word nat

nat - (colloquial) a nationalist [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word tanReverse - Backward Word tanReverse - Backward Word tan

tan - brown [adj TANNER, TANNEST] / to become brown in the sun [v TANNED, TANNING, TANS]

Reverse - Backward Word navReverse - Backward Word navReverse - Backward Word nav

nav - (short for) navigation [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word vanReverse - Backward Word vanReverse - Backward Word van

van - to transport in a type of motor vehicle [v VANNED, VANNING, VANS]

Reverse - Backward Word nawReverse - Backward Word nawReverse - Backward Word naw

naw - (colloquial) no [interj]

Reverse - Backward Word wanReverse - Backward Word wanReverse - Backward Word wan

wan - pale [adj WANNER, WANNEST, WANLY] / to make or become wan [v WANNED, WANNING, WANS]

Reverse - Backward Word nepReverse - Backward Word nepReverse - Backward Word nep

nep - (dialect) catmint, a plant attractive to cats [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word penReverse - Backward Word penReverse - Backward Word pen

pen - to write, or commit to paper [v PENNED, PENNING, PENS]

Reverse - Backward Word netReverse - Backward Word netReverse - Backward Word net

net - to catch in an openwork fabric [v NETTED, NETTING, NETS]

Reverse - Backward Word tenReverse - Backward Word tenReverse - Backward Word ten

ten - the next whole number after nine [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word newReverse - Backward Word newReverse - Backward Word new

new - of recent origin [adj NEWER, NEWEST, NEWLY] / to renew [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word wenReverse - Backward Word wenReverse - Backward Word wen

wen - a benign tumor of the skin [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word nipReverse - Backward Word nipReverse - Backward Word nip

nip - to pinch lightly [v NIPPED, NIPPING, NIPS]

Reverse - Backward Word pinReverse - Backward Word pinReverse - Backward Word pin

pin - a piece of wood or metal used for fastening [n -S] / to fasten with a pin [v PINNED, PINNING, PINS]

Reverse - Backward Word nisReverse - Backward Word nisReverse - Backward Word nis

nis - in Scandinavian folklore, a brownie or goblin, also NISSE [n NISSES]

Reverse - Backward Word sinReverse - Backward Word sinReverse - Backward Word sin

sin - to offend against moral or religious law [v SINNED, SINNING, SINS]

Reverse - Backward Word nitReverse - Backward Word nitReverse - Backward Word nit

nit - the egg of a parasitic insect [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word tinReverse - Backward Word tinReverse - Backward Word tin

tin - to coat with a metallic element [v TINNED, TINNING, TINS]

Reverse - Backward Word nooReverse - Backward Word nooReverse - Backward Word noo

noo - now [adv]

Reverse - Backward Word oonReverse - Backward Word oonReverse - Backward Word oon

oon - (Scots) an oven [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word nosReverse - Backward Word nosReverse - Backward Word nos

nos - NO, a negative reply or vote [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sonReverse - Backward Word sonReverse - Backward Word son

son - a male offspring [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word notReverse - Backward Word notReverse - Backward Word not

not - in no way [adv]

Reverse - Backward Word tonReverse - Backward Word tonReverse - Backward Word ton

ton - a unit of weight [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word nowReverse - Backward Word nowReverse - Backward Word now

now - the present time [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word wonReverse - Backward Word wonReverse - Backward Word won

won - (archaic) to dwell, also WOON [v WONNED, WONNING, WONS]

Reverse - Backward Word noyReverse - Backward Word noyReverse - Backward Word noy

noy - (Spenser) to annoy [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word yonReverse - Backward Word yonReverse - Backward Word yon

yon - over there, also THON, THONDER, YOND, YONDER, YONT [adj]

Reverse - Backward Word nurReverse - Backward Word nurReverse - Backward Word nur

nur - a knot in wood, also KNAR, KNAUR, KNUR, KNURR, NURR [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word runReverse - Backward Word runReverse - Backward Word run

run - to move by rapid steps [v RAN, RUN, RUNNING, RUNS]

Reverse - Backward Word nusReverse - Backward Word nusReverse - Backward Word nus

nus - NU, a Greek letter [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sunReverse - Backward Word sunReverse - Backward Word sun

sun - to expose to sunlight [v SUNNED, SUNNING, SUNS]

Reverse - Backward Word nutReverse - Backward Word nutReverse - Backward Word nut

nut - to gather hard-shelled dry fruit [v NUTTED, NUTTING, NUTS]

Reverse - Backward Word tunReverse - Backward Word tunReverse - Backward Word tun

tun - to store in a large cask [v TUNNED, TUNNING, TUNS]

Reverse - Backward Word nysReverse - Backward Word nysReverse - Backward Word nys

nys - (Spenser) is not [v]

Reverse - Backward Word synReverse - Backward Word synReverse - Backward Word syn

syn - since [prep]

Reverse - Backward Word oatReverse - Backward Word oatReverse - Backward Word oat

oat - a kind of cereal grass [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word taoReverse - Backward Word taoReverse - Backward Word tao

tao - a path of virtuous conduct in Chinese philosophy [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ohsReverse - Backward Word ohsReverse - Backward Word ohs

ohs - OH, to exclaim in surprise [v]

Reverse - Backward Word shoReverse - Backward Word shoReverse - Backward Word sho

sho - a nonstandard spelling of sure, representing its pronunciation in the southern US [adj]

Reverse - Backward Word oopReverse - Backward Word oopReverse - Backward Word oop

oop - to bind with thread, also OUP [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word pooReverse - Backward Word pooReverse - Backward Word poo

poo - (slang) to defecate [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word oorReverse - Backward Word oorReverse - Backward Word oor

oor - belonging to us [adj]

Reverse - Backward Word rooReverse - Backward Word rooReverse - Backward Word roo

roo - (short for) kangaroo [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ootReverse - Backward Word ootReverse - Backward Word oot

oot - (Scots) out [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word tooReverse - Backward Word tooReverse - Backward Word too

too - in addition [adv]

Reverse - Backward Word owtReverse - Backward Word owtReverse - Backward Word owt

owt - (dialect) anything, also AUGHT, OUCHT [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word twoReverse - Backward Word twoReverse - Backward Word two

two - the next whole number after one [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word parReverse - Backward Word parReverse - Backward Word par

par - to score a certain number of golf strokes [v PARRED, PARRING, PARS]

Reverse - Backward Word rapReverse - Backward Word rapReverse - Backward Word rap

rap - to strike sharply [v RAPPED, RAPPING, RAPS]

Reverse - Backward Word pasReverse - Backward Word pasReverse - Backward Word pas

pas - PA, (Maori) a hill fort, also PAH [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sapReverse - Backward Word sapReverse - Backward Word sap

sap - to deprive of strength [v SAPPED, SAPPING, SAPS]

Reverse - Backward Word patReverse - Backward Word patReverse - Backward Word pat

pat - hitting the mark precisely [adj PATTER, PATTEST, PATLY] / to stroke gently [v PATTED, PATTING, PATS]

Reverse - Backward Word tapReverse - Backward Word tapReverse - Backward Word tap

tap - to strike gently [v TAPPED, TAPPING, TAPS]

Reverse - Backward Word pawReverse - Backward Word pawReverse - Backward Word paw

paw - to draw the forefoot along the ground [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word wapReverse - Backward Word wapReverse - Backward Word wap

wap - to throw or pull quickly [v WAPPED, WAPPING, WAPS]

Reverse - Backward Word payReverse - Backward Word payReverse - Backward Word pay

pay - to give money in exchanges for goods or service [v PAID, PAYING, PAYS] / to seal with tar [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word yapReverse - Backward Word yapReverse - Backward Word yap

yap - to bark shrilly [v YAPPED, YAPPING, YAPS]

Reverse - Backward Word perReverse - Backward Word perReverse - Backward Word per

per - for each [prep]

Reverse - Backward Word repReverse - Backward Word repReverse - Backward Word rep

rep - to act as a commercial representative [v REPPED, REPPING, REPS]

Reverse - Backward Word pirReverse - Backward Word pirReverse - Backward Word pir

pir - a Muslim title of honour, given to a holy man [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ripReverse - Backward Word ripReverse - Backward Word rip

rip - to tear apart roughly [v RIPPED or (obsolete) RIPT, RIPPING, RIPS]

Reverse - Backward Word pisReverse - Backward Word pisReverse - Backward Word pis

pis - PI, to mix type indiscriminately [v]

Reverse - Backward Word sipReverse - Backward Word sipReverse - Backward Word sip

sip - to drink in small quantities [v SIPPED, SIPPING, SIPS]

Reverse - Backward Word pitReverse - Backward Word pitReverse - Backward Word pit

pit - to mark with depressions [v PITTED, PITTEN or PUTTEN, PITTING, PITS]

Reverse - Backward Word tipReverse - Backward Word tipReverse - Backward Word tip

tip - to give a gratuity [v TIPPED or (obsolete) TIPT, TIPPING, TIPS]

Reverse - Backward Word posReverse - Backward Word posReverse - Backward Word pos

pos - (colloquial) positive, also POZ, POZZ [adj]

Reverse - Backward Word sopReverse - Backward Word sopReverse - Backward Word sop

sop - to dip or soak in a liquid [v SOPPED, SOPPING, SOPS]

Reverse - Backward Word potReverse - Backward Word potReverse - Backward Word pot

pot - to put into a round, deep container [v POTTED, POTTING, POTS]

Reverse - Backward Word topReverse - Backward Word topReverse - Backward Word top

top - to cut off the highest point [v TOPPED, TOPPING, TOPS]

Reverse - Backward Word powReverse - Backward Word powReverse - Backward Word pow

pow - (Scots) the head [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word wopReverse - Backward Word wopReverse - Backward Word wop

wop - to thump, also WHAP, WHOP [v WOPPED, WOPPING, WOPS]

Reverse - Backward Word pusReverse - Backward Word pusReverse - Backward Word pus

pus - a viscous fluid formed in infected tissue [n -ES]

Reverse - Backward Word supReverse - Backward Word supReverse - Backward Word sup

sup - to eat supper [v SUPPED, SUPPING, SUPS]

Reverse - Backward Word putReverse - Backward Word putReverse - Backward Word put

put - to place in position [v PUTTED or PUT, PUTTING, PUTS]

Reverse - Backward Word tupReverse - Backward Word tupReverse - Backward Word tup

tup - to copulate with a ewe [v TUPPED, TUPPING, TUPS]

Reverse - Backward Word puyReverse - Backward Word puyReverse - Backward Word puy

puy - a small volcanic cone [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word yupReverse - Backward Word yupReverse - Backward Word yup

yup - (colloquial) yes, also YEP [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word rasReverse - Backward Word rasReverse - Backward Word ras

ras - an Ethiopian prince [n -ES]

Reverse - Backward Word sarReverse - Backward Word sarReverse - Backward Word sar

sar - (Scots) to savour, also SAIR [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ratReverse - Backward Word ratReverse - Backward Word rat

rat - to hunt long-tailed rodents [v RATTED, RATTING, RATS]

Reverse - Backward Word tarReverse - Backward Word tarReverse - Backward Word tar

tar - to cover with a viscous black liquid [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ravReverse - Backward Word ravReverse - Backward Word rav

rav - a rabbi, esp. one in authority; a teacher or mentor [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word varReverse - Backward Word varReverse - Backward Word var

var - a unit of reactive power [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word rawReverse - Backward Word rawReverse - Backward Word raw

raw - uncooked [adj RAWER, RAWEST, RAWLY] / a sore or irritated spot [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word warReverse - Backward Word warReverse - Backward Word war

war - to engage in armed conflict [v WARRED, WARRING, WARS]

Reverse - Backward Word rayReverse - Backward Word rayReverse - Backward Word ray

ray - to emit a narrow beam of light [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word yarReverse - Backward Word yarReverse - Backward Word yar

yar - nimble, also YARE [adj YARER, YAREST]

Reverse - Backward Word resReverse - Backward Word resReverse - Backward Word res

res - (short for) (a Native American) reservation, also REZ [n -ES]

Reverse - Backward Word serReverse - Backward Word serReverse - Backward Word ser

ser - an Indian unit of weight [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word rotReverse - Backward Word rotReverse - Backward Word rot

rot - to decompose [v ROTTED, ROTTING, ROTS]

Reverse - Backward Word torReverse - Backward Word torReverse - Backward Word tor

tor - a high, craggy hill [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word satReverse - Backward Word satReverse - Backward Word sat

sat - SIT, to rest on the buttocks [v]

Reverse - Backward Word tasReverse - Backward Word tasReverse - Backward Word tas

tas - TA, an expression meaning thank you [n]

Reverse - Backward Word savReverse - Backward Word savReverse - Backward Word sav

sav - (short for) a saveloy, a highly seasoned sausage, also SAVELOY [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word vasReverse - Backward Word vasReverse - Backward Word vas

vas - an anatomical duct [n VASA]

Reverse - Backward Word sawReverse - Backward Word sawReverse - Backward Word saw

saw - to cut with a jagged edge tool [v SAWED, SAWN, SAWING, SAWS]

Reverse - Backward Word wasReverse - Backward Word wasReverse - Backward Word was

was - BE, to exist [v]

Reverse - Backward Word sayReverse - Backward Word sayReverse - Backward Word say

say - to utter in words, speak [v SAID or (obsolete) SED, SAYING, SAYNE, present sing 2d person SAY, (obsolete) SAIST, SAYEST, or SAYST, 2d person past SAIDST or SAIDEST, 3d person SAYS or (colloquial) SEZ or (obsolete) SAITH]

Reverse - Backward Word yasReverse - Backward Word yasReverse - Backward Word yas

yas - YA, an Asian pear [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sazReverse - Backward Word sazReverse - Backward Word saz

saz - a stringed instrument of the Middle East [n SAZES or SAZZES]

Reverse - Backward Word zasReverse - Backward Word zasReverse - Backward Word zas

zas - ZA, (slang) pizza [n]

Reverse - Backward Word setReverse - Backward Word setReverse - Backward Word set

set - to put in a particular position [v SET, SETTING, SETS]

Reverse - Backward Word tesReverse - Backward Word tesReverse - Backward Word tes

tes - TE, (In tonic sol-fa) the seventh degree of any major scale [n]

Reverse - Backward Word seyReverse - Backward Word seyReverse - Backward Word sey

sey - a part of a carcase of beef [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word yesReverse - Backward Word yesReverse - Backward Word yes

yes - an affirmative reply [n YESES or YESSES] / to give an affirmative reply to [v YESSED, YESSING, YESSES]

Reverse - Backward Word sitReverse - Backward Word sitReverse - Backward Word sit

sit - to rest on the buttocks [v SAT or (obsolete) SATE, SITTEN, SITTING, SITS]

Reverse - Backward Word tisReverse - Backward Word tisReverse - Backward Word tis

tis - TI, the seventh tone of the diatonic musical scale [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sixReverse - Backward Word sixReverse - Backward Word six

six - a number [n -ES]

Reverse - Backward Word xisReverse - Backward Word xisReverse - Backward Word xis

xis - XI, the fourteenth letter of the Greek alphabet [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sowReverse - Backward Word sowReverse - Backward Word sow

sow - to scatter seeds for a crop [v SOWED, SOWN, SOWING, SOWS]

Reverse - Backward Word wosReverse - Backward Word wosReverse - Backward Word wos

wos - WO, (archaic) woe, also WAE [n]

Reverse - Backward Word sozReverse - Backward Word sozReverse - Backward Word soz

soz - (short for) sorry [interj]

Reverse - Backward Word zosReverse - Backward Word zosReverse - Backward Word zos

zos - ZO, (Tibetan) a cross between a yak and a cow, also DSO, DZHO, DZO, ZHO [n]

Reverse - Backward Word tavReverse - Backward Word tavReverse - Backward Word tav

tav - a letter of the Hebrew alphabet [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word vatReverse - Backward Word vatReverse - Backward Word vat

vat - to put into a large container for holding liquids [v VATTED, VATTING, VATS]

Reverse - Backward Word tawReverse - Backward Word tawReverse - Backward Word taw

taw - to convert into white leather with minerals [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word watReverse - Backward Word watReverse - Backward Word wat

wat - wet [adj WATTER, WATTEST] / a Thai Buddhist temple or monastery [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word tewReverse - Backward Word tewReverse - Backward Word tew

tew - to hustle [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word wetReverse - Backward Word wetReverse - Backward Word wet

wet - not dry [adj WETTER, WETTEST, WETLY] / to make wet [v WETTED, WETTING, WETS]

Reverse - Backward Word tizReverse - Backward Word tizReverse - Backward Word tiz

tiz - a state of confusion, also TIZZ, TIZZY [n -ES]

Reverse - Backward Word zitReverse - Backward Word zitReverse - Backward Word zit

zit - a pimple [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word towReverse - Backward Word towReverse - Backward Word tow

tow - to pull by means of a chain or rope [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word wotReverse - Backward Word wotReverse - Backward Word wot

wot - (archaic) to know, also WIS, WIST, WIT [v WOTTETH, WOTTING, WOTTED, WOTTEST, WOTS]

Reverse - Backward Word wayReverse - Backward Word wayReverse - Backward Word way

way - (Spenser) to weigh, esteem [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word yawReverse - Backward Word yawReverse - Backward Word yaw

yaw - of e.g. a plane, to move from right to left in a horizontal plane [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word weyReverse - Backward Word weyReverse - Backward Word wey

wey - a measure or weight for dry goods [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word yewReverse - Backward Word yewReverse - Backward Word yew

yew - a type of evergreen tree, also EUGH [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word abReverse - Backward Word ab

ab - an abdominal muscle [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word baReverse - Backward Word ba

ba - the soul, in ancient Egyptian religion [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word adReverse - Backward Word ad

ad - (colloquial) an advertisement [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word daReverse - Backward Word da

da - a heavy Burmese knife [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word aeReverse - Backward Word ae

ae - (Scots) one, also YAE [adj]

Reverse - Backward Word eaReverse - Backward Word ea

ea - (dialect) a river [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ahReverse - Backward Word ah

ah - an interjection expressing surprise, joy etc. [interj] / to say ah [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word haReverse - Backward Word ha

ha - expressing surprise [interj]

Reverse - Backward Word alReverse - Backward Word al

al - an East Indian tree [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word laReverse - Backward Word la

la - the sixth tone of the diatonic scale, also LAH [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word amReverse - Backward Word am

am - BE, to exist [v]

Reverse - Backward Word maReverse - Backward Word ma

ma - (colloquial) mother [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word anReverse - Backward Word an

an - the indefinite article [adj] / a dialect form of if, an additional consideration, as in ifs and ans [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word naReverse - Backward Word na

na - (Scots) no, not at all [adv]

Reverse - Backward Word atReverse - Backward Word at

at - a monetary unit of Laos [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word taReverse - Backward Word ta

ta - an expression meaning thank you [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ayReverse - Backward Word ay

ay - an affirmative vote, also AYE [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word yaReverse - Backward Word ya

ya - an Asian pear [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word boReverse - Backward Word bo

bo - a pal, a buddy [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word obReverse - Backward Word ob

ob - (short for) an objection [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word deReverse - Backward Word de

de - from (as used in names) [prep]

Reverse - Backward Word edReverse - Backward Word ed

ed - (short for) education [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word diReverse - Backward Word di

di - DEUS, god [n]

Reverse - Backward Word idReverse - Backward Word id

id - a fish of the carp family, aka silver orfe, also IDE [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word doReverse - Backward Word do

do - a party, celebration [n -S] / to perform [v DID or DIDST, DONE or DOEN, DOING, present sing 2d person DO, DOEST or DOST, 3d person DOES, DOETH or DOTH]

Reverse - Backward Word odReverse - Backward Word od

od - a hypothetical force supposed by Reichenbach to account for magnetism etc. [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word efReverse - Backward Word ef

ef - the letter F [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word feReverse - Backward Word fe

fe - a Hebrew letter, also PE, PEH [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ehReverse - Backward Word eh

eh - to say 'Eh', expressing enquiry [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word heReverse - Backward Word he

he - a male person or animal [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word emReverse - Backward Word em

em - a unit of measurement in printing [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word meReverse - Backward Word me

me - the third note of the musical scale [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word enReverse - Backward Word en

en - a unit of measurement in printing, half the width of an em [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word neReverse - Backward Word ne

ne - not [conj] / nor [adv]

Reverse - Backward Word erReverse - Backward Word er

er - used to express hesitation [interj]

Reverse - Backward Word reReverse - Backward Word re

re - in tonic sol-fa, the second note of the scale [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word etReverse - Backward Word et

et - EAT, to consume food [v]

Reverse - Backward Word teReverse - Backward Word te

te - (In tonic sol-fa) the seventh degree of any major scale [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word guReverse - Backward Word gu

gu - an old Shetland viol, also GUE, GJU [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ugReverse - Backward Word ug

ug - to arouse loathing in [v UGGED, UGGING, UGS]

Reverse - Backward Word hoReverse - Backward Word ho

ho - to stop [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ohReverse - Backward Word oh

oh - to exclaim in surprise [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Reverse - Backward Word ioReverse - Backward Word io

io - a cry of joy [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word oiReverse - Backward Word oi

oi - a New Zealand bird, the grey-faced petrel [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word isReverse - Backward Word is

is - BE, to exist [v]

Reverse - Backward Word siReverse - Backward Word si

si - an earlier form of ti, a musical note [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word itReverse - Backward Word it

it - the neuter of he she him or her [pron]

Reverse - Backward Word tiReverse - Backward Word ti

ti - the seventh tone of the diatonic musical scale [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word moReverse - Backward Word mo

mo - a moment [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word omReverse - Backward Word om

om - an intoned Hindu sacred symbol [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word muReverse - Backward Word mu

mu - (Greek) a letter of the Greek alphabet [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word umReverse - Backward Word um

um - to express doubt or hesitation, also UMM [v UMMED, UMMING, UMS]

Reverse - Backward Word noReverse - Backward Word no

no - a negative reply or vote [n NOS or NOES]

Reverse - Backward Word onReverse - Backward Word on

on - to go on [v ONNED, ONNING, ONS]

Reverse - Backward Word nuReverse - Backward Word nu

nu - a Greek letter [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word unReverse - Backward Word un

un - (dialect) a spelling of 'one' intended to reflect a dialectal or informal pronunciation [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word opReverse - Backward Word op

op - (short for) an operation [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word poReverse - Backward Word po

po - (short for) chamberpot [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word osReverse - Backward Word os

os - (Latin) a bone [n OSSA] / a mouthlike opening [n ORA] / an esker [n OSAR]

Reverse - Backward Word soReverse - Backward Word so

so - the fifth tone of the scale, also SOL [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word owReverse - Backward Word ow

ow - an interjection expressing pain [interj]

Reverse - Backward Word woReverse - Backward Word wo

wo - (archaic) woe, also WAE [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word oyReverse - Backward Word oy

oy - (Scots) a grandchild, also OE, OYE [n -S]

Reverse - Backward Word yoReverse - Backward Word yo

yo - an expression of calling for attention [interj]

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