What is a list of words that have the letter X?

ABAXIALsituated away from the axis [adj]

ABAXILEabaxial (situated away from the axis) [adj]

ABOIDEAUXABOIDEAU, a type of dike [n]

ABOITEAUXABOITEAU, aboideau (a type of dike) [n]

ACETOXYLa univalent radical [n -S]

ACETOXYLSACETOXYL, a univalent radical [n]

ADAXIALsituated on the same side as [adj]

ADDAXa large antelope (a ruminant mammal) [n -ES]

ADDAXESADDAX, a large antelope (a ruminant mammal) [n]

ADIEUXADIEU, a farewell [n]

ADMINISTRATRIX[n -TRICES]

ADMIXto mix (to put together into one mass) [v -MIXED or -MIXT, -MIXING, -MIXES]

ADMIXEDADMIX, to mix (to put together into one mass) [v]

ADMIXESADMIX, to mix (to put together into one mass) [v]

ADMIXINGADMIX, to mix (to put together into one mass) [v]

ADMIXTADMIX, to mix (to put together into one mass) [v]

ADMIXTUREthe process or result of admixing (to mix (to put together into one mass)) [n -S]

ADMIXTURESADMIXTURE, the process or result of admixing (to mix (to put together into one mass)) [n]

ADNEXAconjoined anatomical parts [n] : ADNEXAL ~adj

ADNEXALADNEXA, conjoined anatomical parts [adj]

AFFIXto attach (to connect as an associated part) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] : AFFIXABLE ~adj

AFFIXABLEAFFIX, to attach (to connect as an associated part) [adj]

AFFIXALpertaining to a prefix or suffix [adj]

AFFIXATION[n -S]

AFFIXATIONSAFFIXATION [n]

AFFIXEDAFFIX, to attach (to connect as an associated part) [v]

AFFIXERone that affixes (to attach (to connect as an associated part)) [n -S]

AFFIXERSAFFIXER, one that affixes (to attach (to connect as an associated part)) [n]

AFFIXESAFFIX, to attach (to connect as an associated part) [v]

AFFIXIALaffixal (pertaining to a prefix or suffix) [adj]

AFFIXINGAFFIX, to attach (to connect as an associated part) [v]

AFFIXMENTsomething affixed (to attach (to connect as an associated part)) [n -S]

AFFIXMENTSAFFIXMENT, something affixed (to attach (to connect as an associated part)) [n]

AFFIXTUREthe act of affixing (to attach (to connect as an associated part)) [n -S]

AFFIXTURESAFFIXTURE, the act of affixing (to attach (to connect as an associated part)) [n]

AFFLUXa flowing toward a point [n -ES]

AFFLUXESAFFLUX, a flowing toward a point [n]

AFLATOXINa toxin produced by mold that can damage the liver and may lead to liver cancer [n -S]

AFLATOXINSAFLATOXIN, a toxin produced by mold that can damage the liver and may lead to liver cancer [n]

AFTERTAXremaining after payment of taxes [adj]

ALEXANDERa cocktail consisting of gin, chocolate liqueur, and cream [n -S]

ALEXANDERSALEXANDER, a cocktail consisting of gin, chocolate liqueur, and cream [n]

ALEXANDRINE[n -S]

ALEXANDRINESALEXANDRINE [n]

ALEXANDRITE[n -S]

ALEXANDRITESALEXANDRITE [n]

ALEXIAa cerebral disorder marked by the loss of the ability to read [n -S]

ALEXIASALEXIA, a cerebral disorder marked by the loss of the ability to read [n]

ALEXINa substance in the blood that aids in the destruction of bacteria [n -S]

ALEXINEalexin (a substance in the blood that aids in the destruction of bacteria) [n -S]

ALEXINESALEXINE, alexin (a substance in the blood that aids in the destruction of bacteria) [n]

ALEXINSALEXIN, a substance in the blood that aids in the destruction of bacteria [n]

ALKOXIDEa type of chemical salt [n -S]

ALKOXIDESALKOXIDE, a type of chemical salt [n]

ALKOXYcontaining a univalent radical composed of alkyl united with oxygen [adj]

ALLOXANa chemical compound [n -S]

ALLOXANSALLOXAN, a chemical compound [n]

AMBIDEXTERITIESAMBIDEXTERITY [n]

AMBIDEXTERITY[n -TIES]

AMBIDEXTROUS[adj]

AMBIDEXTROUSLY[adv]

AMBISEXUAL[n -S]

AMBISEXUALITIESAMBISEXUALITY [n]

AMBISEXUALITY[n -TIES]

AMBISEXUALSAMBISEXUAL [n]

AMOXICILLIN[n -S]

AMOXICILLINSAMOXICILLIN [n]

AMOXYCILLIN[n -S]

AMOXYCILLINSAMOXYCILLIN [n]

AMPHIMIXESAMPHIMIXIS [n]

AMPHIMIXIS[n -MIXES]

AMPHIOXIAMPHIOXUS, a lancelet (a small marine organism) [n]

AMPHIOXUSa lancelet (a small marine organism) [n -OXI or -OXUSES]

AMPHIOXUSESAMPHIOXUS, a lancelet (a small marine organism) [n]

AMPLEXUSthe mating embrace of frogs [n -ES]

AMPLEXUSESAMPLEXUS, the mating embrace of frogs [n]

ANAPHYLAXESANAPHYLAXIS [n]

ANAPHYLAXIS[n -LAXES]

ANAPTYXESANAPTYXIS, epenthesis (the insertion of a phoneme, letter, or syllable into a word, usually to satisfy the phonological constraints of a language or poetic context) of a vowel, as in "thataway" [n]

ANAPTYXISepenthesis (the insertion of a phoneme, letter, or syllable into a word, usually to satisfy the phonological constraints of a language or poetic context) of a vowel, as in "thataway" [n -TYXES]

ANATOXINa toxoid (a type of toxin (a poisonous substance)) [n -S]

ANATOXINSANATOXIN, a toxoid (a type of toxin (a poisonous substance)) [n]

ANNEXto add or attach [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

ANNEXATION[n -S]

ANNEXATIONAL[adj]

ANNEXATIONIST[n -S]

ANNEXATIONISTSANNEXATIONIST [n]

ANNEXATIONSANNEXATION [n]

ANNEXEsomething added or attached [n -S]

ANNEXEDANNEX, to add or attach [v]

ANNEXESANNEX, to add or attach [v]

ANNEXINGANNEX, to add or attach [v]

ANOREXIAloss of appetite [n -S]

ANOREXIASANOREXIA, loss of appetite [n]

ANOREXICone affected with anorexia [n -S]

ANOREXICSANOREXIC, one affected with anorexia [n]

ANOREXIESANOREXY, anorexia (loss of appetite) [n]

ANOREXIGENIC[adj]

ANOREXYanorexia (loss of appetite) [n -OREXIES]

ANOXEMIAa disorder of the blood [n -S] : ANOXEMIC ~adj

ANOXEMIASANOXEMIA, a disorder of the blood [n]

ANOXEMICANOXEMIA, a disorder of the blood [adj]

ANOXIAabsence of oxygen [n -S] : ANOXIC ~adj

ANOXIASANOXIA, absence of oxygen [n]

ANOXICANOXIA, absence of oxygen [adj]

ANTEFIXan upright ornament at the eaves of a tiled roof [n -FIXES or -FIXA or -FIXAE] : ANTEFIXAL ~adj

ANTEFIXAANTEFIX, an upright ornament at the eaves of a tiled roof [n]

ANTEFIXAEANTEFIX, an upright ornament at the eaves of a tiled roof [n]

ANTEFIXALANTEFIX, an upright ornament at the eaves of a tiled roof [adj]

ANTEFIXESANTEFIX, an upright ornament at the eaves of a tiled roof [n]

ANTHELIXantihelix (the inner curved ridge on the cartilage of the external ear) [n -LICES or -LIXES]

ANTHELIXESANTHELIX, antihelix (the inner curved ridge on the cartilage of the external ear) [n]

ANTHRAXan infectious disease [n -THRACES]

ANTIANXIETY[adj]

ANTIAUXINa substance that inhibits the growth-regulating function of an auxin (a substance used to regulate plant growth) [n -S]

ANTIAUXINSANTIAUXIN, a substance that inhibits the growth-regulating function of an auxin (a substance used to regulate plant growth) [n]

ANTICLIMAX[n -ES]

ANTICLIMAXESANTICLIMAX [n]

ANTIHELIXthe inner curved ridge on the cartilage of the external ear [n -LIXES or -LICES]

ANTIHELIXESANTIHELIX, the inner curved ridge on the cartilage of the external ear [n]

ANTIHOMOSEXUAL[adj]

ANTIOXIDANT[n -S]

ANTIOXIDANTSANTIOXIDANT [n]

ANTISEXopposed to sexual activity [adj]

ANTISEXIST[n -S]

ANTISEXISTSANTISEXIST [n]

ANTISEXUAL[adj]

ANTISEXUALITIESANTISEXUALITY [n]

ANTISEXUALITY[n -TIES]

ANTITAXopposing taxes [adj]

ANTITOXICANTITOXIN, an antibody with the ability to neutralize a specific toxin [adj]

ANTITOXINan antibody with the ability to neutralize a specific toxin [n -S] : ANTITOXIC ~adj

ANTITOXINSANTITOXIN, an antibody with the ability to neutralize a specific toxin [n]

ANXIETIESANXIETY, painful or apprehensive uneasiness of mind [n]

ANXIETYpainful or apprehensive uneasiness of mind [n -ETIES]

ANXIOLYTIC[n -S]

ANXIOLYTICSANXIOLYTIC [n]

ANXIOUSfull of anxiety [adj] : ANXIOUSLY ~adv

ANXIOUSLYANXIOUS, full of anxiety [adv]

ANXIOUSNESS[n -ES]

ANXIOUSNESSESANXIOUSNESS [n]

APEXthe highest point [n APEXES or APICES]

APEXESAPEX, the highest point [n]

APOMIXESAPOMIXIS, a type of reproductive process [n]

APOMIXISa type of reproductive process [n -MIXES]

APOPLEXIESAPOPLEXY, a sudden loss of sensation and muscular control [n]

APOPLEXYa sudden loss of sensation and muscular control [n -PLEXIES]

APPENDIXa collection of supplementary material at the end of a book [n -DIXES or -DICES]

APPENDIXESAPPENDIX, a collection of supplementary material at the end of a book [n]

APPROXIMATE[v -MATED, -MATING, -MATES]

APPROXIMATEDAPPROXIMATE [v]

APPROXIMATELY[adv]

APPROXIMATESAPPROXIMATE [v]

APPROXIMATINGAPPROXIMATE [v]

APPROXIMATION[n -S]

APPROXIMATIONSAPPROXIMATION [n]

APPROXIMATIVE[adj]

APRAXIAloss of the ability to perform coordinated movements [n -S] : APRACTIC, APRAXIC ~adj

APRAXIASAPRAXIA, loss of the ability to perform coordinated movements [n]

APRAXICAPRAXIA, loss of the ability to perform coordinated movements [adj]

APTERYXthe kiwi (a flightless bird) [n -ES]

APTERYXESAPTERYX, the kiwi (a flightless bird) [n]

ARCHAEOPTERYX[n -ES]

ARCHAEOPTERYXESARCHAEOPTERYX [n]

ARUSPEXharuspex (a soothsayer of ancient Rome) [n -PICES]

ASEXUALoccurring or performed without sexual action [adj] : ASEXUALLY ~adv

ASEXUALITIESASEXUALITY [n]

ASEXUALITY[n -TIES]

ASEXUALLYASEXUAL, occurring or performed without sexual action [adv]

ASPHYXIAunconsciousness caused by lack of oxygen [n -S] : ASPHYXIAL ~adj

ASPHYXIALASPHYXIA, unconsciousness caused by lack of oxygen [adj]

ASPHYXIASASPHYXIA, unconsciousness caused by lack of oxygen [n]

ASPHYXIATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

ASPHYXIATEDASPHYXIATE [v]

ASPHYXIATESASPHYXIATE [v]

ASPHYXIATINGASPHYXIATE [v]

ASPHYXIATION[n -S]

ASPHYXIATIONSASPHYXIATION [n]

ASPHYXIESASPHYXY, asphyxia (unconsciousness caused by lack of oxygen) [n]

ASPHYXYasphyxia (unconsciousness caused by lack of oxygen) [n -PHYXIES]

ATARAXIApeace of mind [n -S]

ATARAXIASATARAXIA, peace of mind [n]

ATARAXICa tranquilizing drug [n -S]

ATARAXICSATARAXIC, a tranquilizing drug [n]

ATARAXIESATARAXY, ataraxia (peace of mind) [n]

ATARAXYataraxia (peace of mind) [n -RAXIES]

ATAXIAloss of muscular coordination [n -S]

ATAXIASATAXIA, loss of muscular coordination [n]

ATAXICone suffering from ataxia [n -S]

ATAXICSATAXIC, one suffering from ataxia [n]

ATAXIESATAXY, ataxia (loss of muscular coordination) [n]

ATAXYataxia (loss of muscular coordination) [n ATAXIES]

AUSPEXa soothsayer of ancient Rome [n -PICES]

AUTOSEXING[adj]

AUTOTOXICAUTOTOXIN, any toxin or poison produced within the body [adj]

AUTOTOXINany toxin or poison produced within the body [n -S] : AUTOTOXIC ~adj

AUTOTOXINSAUTOTOXIN, any toxin or poison produced within the body [n]

AUTOXIDATION[n -S]

AUTOXIDATIONSAUTOXIDATION [n]

AUXESESAUXESIS, an increase in cell size without cell division [n]

AUXESISan increase in cell size without cell division [n AUXESES]

AUXETICa substance that promotes auxesis [n -S]

AUXETICSAUXETIC, a substance that promotes auxesis [n]

AUXILIARIESAUXILIARY, an individual or group that assists or functions in a supporting capacity [n]

AUXILIARYan individual or group that assists or functions in a supporting capacity [n -RIES]

AUXINa substance used to regulate plant growth [n -S] : AUXINIC ~adj

AUXINICAUXIN, a substance used to regulate plant growth [adj]

AUXINSAUXIN, a substance used to regulate plant growth [n]

AUXOTROPHan organism, such as a strain of bacteria, that has lost the ability to synthesize certain substances required for its growth and metabolism as the result of mutational changes [n -S]

AUXOTROPHIC[adj]

AUXOTROPHIESAUXOTROPHY [n]

AUXOTROPHSAUXOTROPH, an organism, such as a strain of bacteria, that has lost the ability to synthesize certain substances required for its growth and metabolism as the result of mutational changes [n]

AUXOTROPHY[n -PHIES]

AVIATRIXa female aviator (one that aviates (to fly an aircraft)) [n -TRICES or -TRIXES]

AVIATRIXESAVIATRIX, a female aviator (one that aviates (to fly an aircraft)) [n]

AXto work on with an ax (a type of cutting tool) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

AXALaxial (pertaining to or forming an axis) [adj]

AXEto ax (to work on with an ax (a type of cutting tool)) [v AXED, AXING, AXES]

AXEDAX, to work on with an ax (a type of cutting tool) [v]

AXELa jump in figure skating [n -S]

AXELSAXEL, a jump in figure skating [n]

AXEMANaxman (one who wields an ax) [n AXEMEN]

AXEMENAXEMAN, axman (one who wields an ax) [n]

AXENICfree from germs [adj]

AXENICALLY[adv]

AXESAX, to work on with an ax (a type of cutting tool) [v]

AXIALpertaining to or forming an axis [adj] : AXIALLY ~adv

AXIALITIESAXIALITY, the state of being axial (pertaining to or forming an axis) [n]

AXIALITYthe state of being axial (pertaining to or forming an axis) [n -TIES]

AXIALLYAXIAL, pertaining to or forming an axis [adv]

AXILthe angle between the upper side of a leaf and its supporting stem [n -S]

AXILEaxial (pertaining to or forming an axis) [adj]

AXILLAthe armpit (the hollow under the arm at the shoulder) [n -LAE or -LAS]

AXILLAEAXILLA, the armpit (the hollow under the arm at the shoulder) [n]

AXILLARa feather on the undersurface of a bird's wing [n -S]

AXILLARIESAXILLARY, an axillar (a feather on the undersurface of a bird's wing) [n]

AXILLARSAXILLAR, a feather on the undersurface of a bird's wing [n]

AXILLARYan axillar (a feather on the undersurface of a bird's wing) [n -LARIES]

AXILLASAXILLA, the armpit (the hollow under the arm at the shoulder) [n]

AXILSAXIL, the angle between the upper side of a leaf and its supporting stem [n]

AXINGAX, to work on with an ax (a type of cutting tool) [v]

AXIOLOGICAL[adj]

AXIOLOGICALLY[adv]

AXIOLOGIESAXIOLOGY, the study of values and value judgments [n]

AXIOLOGYthe study of values and value judgments [n -GIES]

AXIOMa self-evident truth [n -S] : AXIOMATIC ~adj, AXIOMATICALLY ~adv

AXIOMATICAXIOM, a self-evident truth [adj]

AXIOMATICALLYAXIOM, a self-evident truth [adv]

AXIOMATISATION[n -S]

AXIOMATISATIONSAXIOMATISATION [n]

AXIOMATIZATION[n -S]

AXIOMATIZATIONSAXIOMATIZATION [n]

AXIOMATIZE[v -TIZED, -TIZING, -TIZES]

AXIOMATIZEDAXIOMATIZE [v]

AXIOMATIZESAXIOMATIZE [v]

AXIOMATIZINGAXIOMATIZE [v]

AXIOMSAXIOM, a self-evident truth [n]

AXIONa hypothetical subatomic particle [n -S]

AXIONSAXION, a hypothetical subatomic particle [n]

AXISa straight line about which a body rotates [n AXES] : AXISED ~adj / an Asian deer [n AXISES]

AXISEDAXIS, a straight line about which a body rotates [adj]

AXISESAXIS, a straight line about which a body rotates [n]

AXISYMMETRIC[adj]

AXISYMMETRICAL[adj]

AXISYMMETRIESAXISYMMETRY [n]

AXISYMMETRY[n -TRIES]

AXITEa fiber of an axon [n -S]

AXITESAXITE, a fiber of an axon [n]

AXLEa shaft upon which a wheel revolves [n -S] : AXLED ~adj

AXLEDAXLE, a shaft upon which a wheel revolves [adj]

AXLESAXLE, a shaft upon which a wheel revolves [n]

AXLETREEa type of axle (a shaft upon which a wheel revolves) [n -S]

AXLETREESAXLETREE, a type of axle (a shaft upon which a wheel revolves) [n]

AXLIKEresembling an ax [adj]

AXMANone who wields an ax [n AXMEN]

AXMENAXMAN, one who wields an ax [n]

AXOLOTLa salamander of Mexico and western United States [n -S]

AXOLOTLSAXOLOTL, a salamander of Mexico and western United States [n]

AXONthe central process of a neuron [n -S] : AXONAL, AXONIC ~adj

AXONALAXON, the central process of a neuron [adj]

AXONEaxon (the central process of a neuron) [n -S]

AXONEMALpertaining to an axoneme (a part of a cilium) [adj]

AXONEMEa part of a cilium [n -S]

AXONEMESAXONEME, a part of a cilium [n]

AXONESAXONE, axon (the central process of a neuron) [n]

AXONICAXON, the central process of a neuron [adj]

AXONOMETRIC[adj]

AXONSAXON, the central process of a neuron [n]

AXOPLASMthe protoplasm of an axon [n -S]

AXOPLASMIC[adj]

AXOPLASMSAXOPLASM, the protoplasm of an axon [n]

AXSEEDa European herb [n -S]

AXSEEDSAXSEED, a European herb [n]

BANDBOXa lightweight box [n -ES]

BANDBOXESBANDBOX, a lightweight box [n]

BANDEAUXBANDEAU, a headband (a band worn on the head) [n]

BANJAXto damage or ruin [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

BANJAXEDBANJAX, to damage or ruin [v]

BANJAXESBANJAX, to damage or ruin [v]

BANJAXINGBANJAX, to damage or ruin [v]

BASIFIXED[adj]

BATEAUXBATEAU, a flat-bottomed boat [n]

BATTEAUXBATTEAU, bateau (a flat-bottomed boat) [n]

BAUXITEan ore of aluminum [n -S] : BAUXITIC ~adj

BAUXITESBAUXITE, an ore of aluminum [n]

BAUXITICBAUXITE, an ore of aluminum [adj]

BEAUXBEAU, a boyfriend [n]

BEESWAXa type of wax [n -ES]

BEESWAXESBEESWAX, a type of wax [n]

BEMIXto mix thoroughly [v -MIXED or -MIXT, -MIXING, -MIXES]

BEMIXEDBEMIX, to mix thoroughly [v]

BEMIXESBEMIX, to mix thoroughly [v]

BEMIXINGBEMIX, to mix thoroughly [v]

BEMIXTBEMIX, to mix thoroughly [v]

BETAXEDburdened with taxes [adj]

BETWIXTbetween (in the space that separates) [prep]

BIAXALbiaxial (having two axes) [adj]

BIAXIALhaving two axes [adj]

BIAXIALLY[adv]

BICONVEXconvex on both sides [adj]

BICONVEXITIESBICONVEXITY [n]

BICONVEXITY[n -TIES]

BIFLEXbent in two places [adj]

BIJOUXBIJOU, a jewel [n]

BIOTOXINpoison made by a plant or animal [n -S]

BIOTOXINSBIOTOXIN, poison made by a plant or animal [n]

BISECTRIX[n -TRICES]

BISEXUALone who is attracted to both sexes [n -S]

BISEXUALITIESBISEXUALITY [n]

BISEXUALITY[n -TIES]

BISEXUALLY[adv]

BISEXUALSBISEXUAL, one who is attracted to both sexes [n]

BLAXPLOITATION[n -S]

BLAXPLOITATIONSBLAXPLOITATION [n]

BOBBYSOXgirls' socks that reach above the ankle [n]

BOLLIXto bungle (to work, make, or do clumsily) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

BOLLIXEDBOLLIX, to bungle (to work, make, or do clumsily) [v]

BOLLIXESBOLLIX, to bungle (to work, make, or do clumsily) [v]

BOLLIXINGBOLLIX, to bungle (to work, make, or do clumsily) [v]

BOLLOXto bollix (to bungle (to work, make, or do clumsily)) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

BOLLOXEDBOLLOX, to bollix (to bungle (to work, make, or do clumsily)) [v]

BOLLOXESBOLLOX, to bollix (to bungle (to work, make, or do clumsily)) [v]

BOLLOXINGBOLLOX, to bollix (to bungle (to work, make, or do clumsily)) [v]

BOMBAXpertaining to a family of tropical trees [adj]

BOMBYXa silkworm (a caterpillar that spins a cocoon of silk fibers) [n -ES]

BOMBYXESBOMBYX, a silkworm (a caterpillar that spins a cocoon of silk fibers) [n]

BOOMBOXa portable radio and tape or compact disc player [n -ES]

BOOMBOXESBOOMBOX, a portable radio and tape or compact disc player [n]

BORAXa white crystalline compound [n -RAXES or -RACES]

BORAXESBORAX, a white crystalline compound [n]

BORDEAUXa red or white wine [n BORDEAUX]

BORDEREAUXBORDEREAU [n]

BOXto put in a box (a rectangular container) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

BOXBALLa form of handball [n -S]

BOXBALLSBOXBALL, a form of handball [n]

BOXBERRIESBOXBERRY, an evergreen plant [n]

BOXBERRYan evergreen plant [n -RIES]

BOXBOARDstiff paperboard [n -S]

BOXBOARDSBOXBOARD, stiff paperboard [n]

BOXCARa roofed freight car [n -S]

BOXCARSBOXCAR, a roofed freight car [n]

BOXEDBOX, to put in a box (a rectangular container) [v]

BOXERone that packs boxes [n -S]

BOXERSBOXER, one that packs boxes [n]

BOXESBOX, to put in a box (a rectangular container) [v]

BOXFISHa marine fish [n -ES]

BOXFISHESBOXFISH, a marine fish [n]

BOXFULas much as a box can hold [n -S]

BOXFULSBOXFUL, as much as a box can hold [n]

BOXHAULto veer a ship around [v -ED, -ING, -S]

BOXHAULEDBOXHAUL, to veer a ship around [v]

BOXHAULINGBOXHAUL, to veer a ship around [v]

BOXHAULSBOXHAUL, to veer a ship around [v]

BOXIERBOXY, resembling a box [adj]

BOXIESTBOXY, resembling a box [adj]

BOXILYBOXY, resembling a box [adv]

BOXINESSthe state of being boxy (resembling a box) [n -ES]

BOXINESSESBOXINESS, the state of being boxy (resembling a box) [n]

BOXINGa casing (a protective outer covering) [n -S]

BOXINGSBOXING, a casing (a protective outer covering) [n]

BOXLIKEresembling a box [adj]

BOXTHORNa thorny shrub [n -S]

BOXTHORNSBOXTHORN, a thorny shrub [n]

BOXWOODan evergreen shrub [n -S]

BOXWOODSBOXWOOD, an evergreen shrub [n]

BOXYresembling a box [adj BOXIER, BOXIEST] : BOXILY ~adv

BRAXIESBRAXY, a fever of sheep [n]

BRAXYa fever of sheep [n BRAXIES]

BREADBOXa container for bread [n -ES]

BREADBOXESBREADBOX, a container for bread [n]

BROADAXa broad-edged ax [n -ES]

BROADAXEbroadax (a broad-edged ax) [n -S]

BROADAXESBROADAX, a broad-edged ax [n]

BRUXto grind the teeth [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

BRUXEDBRUX, to grind the teeth [v]

BRUXESBRUX, to grind the teeth [v]

BRUXINGBRUX, to grind the teeth [v]

BRUXISMa nervous grinding of the teeth [n -S]

BRUXISMSBRUXISM, a nervous grinding of the teeth [n]

BUREAUXBUREAU, a chest of drawers [n]

BUXOMhealthily plump [adj -OMER, -OMEST] : BUXOMLY ~adv

BUXOMERBUXOM, healthily plump [adj]

BUXOMESTBUXOM, healthily plump [adj]

BUXOMLYBUXOM, healthily plump [adv]

BUXOMNESS[n -ES]

BUXOMNESSESBUXOMNESS [n]

CACHEXIAgeneral ill health [n -S] : CACHEXIC ~adj

CACHEXIASCACHEXIA, general ill health [n]

CACHEXICCACHEXIA, general ill health [adj]

CACHEXIESCACHEXY, cachexia (general ill health) [n]

CACHEXYcachexia (general ill health) [n -CHEXIES]

CACOMIXLa raccoon-like mammal [n -S]

CACOMIXLE[n -S]

CACOMIXLESCACOMIXLE [n]

CACOMIXLSCACOMIXL, a raccoon-like mammal [n]

CALIXa cup [n -LICES]

CALXa mineral residue [n -ES or CALCES]

CALXESCALX, a mineral residue [n]

CALYXthe outer protective covering of a flower [n -LYXES or -LYCES]

CALYXESCALYX, the outer protective covering of a flower [n]

CANTHAXANTHIN[n -S]

CANTHAXANTHINSCANTHAXANTHIN [n]

CARAPAXcarapace (a hard, protective outer covering) [n -ES]

CARAPAXESCARAPAX, carapace (a hard, protective outer covering) [n]

CARBOXYLa univalent acid radical [n -S]

CARBOXYLASE[n -S]

CARBOXYLASESCARBOXYLASE [n]

CARBOXYLATE[v -LATED, -LATING, -LATES]

CARBOXYLATEDCARBOXYLATE [v]

CARBOXYLATESCARBOXYLATE [v]

CARBOXYLATINGCARBOXYLATE [v]

CARBOXYLATION[n -S]

CARBOXYLATIONSCARBOXYLATION [n]

CARBOXYLIC[adj]

CARBOXYLSCARBOXYL, a univalent acid radical [n]

CAREXa marsh plant [n CARICES]

CASHBOXa container for money [n -ES]

CASHBOXESCASHBOX, a container for money [n]

CATALEXESCATALEXIS [n]

CATALEXIS[n -LEXES]

CATAPLEXIESCATAPLEXY [n]

CATAPLEXY[n -PLEXIES]

CATHEXESCATHEXIS, the concentration of psychic energy on a person or idea [n]

CATHEXISthe concentration of psychic energy on a person or idea [n -THEXES]

CAUDEXthe woody base of some plants [n -DICES or -DEXES]

CAUDEXESCAUDEX, the woody base of some plants [n]

CELOTEXa building board that is employed as insulation or paneling -- a trademark [n -ES]

CELOTEXESCELOTEX, a building board that is employed as insulation or paneling -- a trademark [n]

CEPHALEXIN[n -S]

CEPHALEXINSCEPHALEXIN [n]

CEPHALOTHORAX[n -THORAXES or -THORACES]

CEPHALOTHORAXESCEPHALOTHORAX [n]

CERVIXthe neck [n -VICES or -VIXES]

CERVIXESCERVIX, the neck [n]

CHAMOIXCHAMOIS, a soft leather [n]

CHAPEAUXCHAPEAU, a hat [n]

CHATEAUXCHATEAU, a large country house [n]

CHATTERBOX[n -ES]

CHATTERBOXESCHATTERBOX [n]

CHEMOTAXESCHEMOTAXIS [n]

CHEMOTAXIS[n -TAXES]

CHEMOTAXONOMIC[adj]

CHEMOTAXONOMIESCHEMOTAXONOMY [n]

CHEMOTAXONOMIST[n -S]

CHEMOTAXONOMY[n -MIES]

CHIONODOXA[n -S]

CHIONODOXASCHIONODOXA [n]

CHRONAXIEthe time required to excite a nerve cell electrically [n -S]

CHRONAXIESCHRONAXY, the time required to excite a nerve cell electrically [n]

CHRONAXYthe time required to excite a nerve cell electrically [n -AXIES]

CICATRIXscar tissue [n -TRICES or -TRIXES]

CICATRIXESCICATRIX, scar tissue [n]

CIMEXa bedbug (a bloodsucking insect) [n -MICES]

CIPHERTEXT[n -S]

CIPHERTEXTSCIPHERTEXT [n]

CIRCUMFLEX[n -ES]

CIRCUMFLEXESCIRCUMFLEX [n]

CLAXONklaxon (a low-pitched horn) [n -S]

CLAXONSCLAXON, klaxon (a low-pitched horn) [n]

CLIMAXto reach a high or dramatic point [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

CLIMAXEDCLIMAX, to reach a high or dramatic point [v]

CLIMAXESCLIMAX, to reach a high or dramatic point [v]

CLIMAXINGCLIMAX, to reach a high or dramatic point [v]

CLIMAXLESS[adj]

CLOXACILLIN[n -S]

CLOXACILLINSCLOXACILLIN [n]

COADJUTRIX[n -TRICES]

COALBOXa box for storing coal [n -ES]

COALBOXESCOALBOX, a box for storing coal [n]

COANNEXto annex jointly [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

COANNEXEDCOANNEX, to annex jointly [v]

COANNEXESCOANNEX, to annex jointly [v]

COANNEXINGCOANNEX, to annex jointly [v]

COAXto cajole (to persuade by flattery) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

COAXALcoaxial (having a common axis) [adj]

COAXEDCOAX, to cajole (to persuade by flattery) [v]

COAXERone that coaxes (to cajole (to persuade by flattery)) [n -S]

COAXERSCOAXER, one that coaxes (to cajole (to persuade by flattery)) [n]

COAXESCOAX, to cajole (to persuade by flattery) [v]

COAXIALhaving a common axis [adj]

COAXIALLY[adv]

COAXINGCOAX, to cajole (to persuade by flattery) [v]

COAXINGLY[adv]

COCARBOXYLASE[n -S]

COCARBOXYLASESCOCARBOXYLASE [n]

COCCYXa bone of the spine [n -CYGES or -CYXES]

COCCYXESCOCCYX, a bone of the spine [n]

CODEXan ancient manuscript [n -DICES]

COEXECUTOR[n -S]

COEXECUTORSCOEXECUTOR [n]

COEXERTto exert jointly [v -ED, -ING, -S]

COEXERTEDCOEXERT, to exert jointly [v]

COEXERTINGCOEXERT, to exert jointly [v]

COEXERTSCOEXERT, to exert jointly [v]

COEXISTto exist together [v -ED, -ING, -S]

COEXISTEDCOEXIST, to exist together [v]

COEXISTENCE[n -S]

COEXISTENCESCOEXISTENCE [n]

COEXISTENT[adj]

COEXISTINGCOEXIST, to exist together [v]

COEXISTSCOEXIST, to exist together [v]

COEXTENDto extend through the same space or time as another [v -ED, -ING, -S]

COEXTENDEDCOEXTEND, to extend through the same space or time as another [v]

COEXTENDINGCOEXTEND, to extend through the same space or time as another [v]

COEXTENDSCOEXTEND, to extend through the same space or time as another [v]

COEXTENSIVE[adj]

COEXTENSIVELY[adv]

COMIXcomic books or strips [n]

COMMIXto mix together [v -MIXED or -MIXT, -MIXING, -MIXES]

COMMIXEDCOMMIX, to mix together [v]

COMMIXESCOMMIX, to mix together [v]

COMMIXINGCOMMIX, to mix together [v]

COMMIXTCOMMIX, to mix together [v]

COMMIXTURE[n -S]

COMMIXTURESCOMMIXTURE [n]

COMPLEXcomplicated [adj -PLEXER, -PLEXEST] / to make complex [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

COMPLEXATION[n -S]

COMPLEXATIONSCOMPLEXATION [n]

COMPLEXEDCOMPLEX, to make complex [v]

COMPLEXERCOMPLEX, complicated [adj]

COMPLEXESCOMPLEX, to make complex [v]

COMPLEXESTCOMPLEX, complicated [adj]

COMPLEXIFIEDCOMPLEXIFY [v]

COMPLEXIFIESCOMPLEXIFY [v]

COMPLEXIFY[v -FIED, -FYING, -FIES]

COMPLEXIFYINGCOMPLEXIFY [v]

COMPLEXINGCOMPLEX, to make complex [v]

COMPLEXION[n -S]

COMPLEXIONAL[adj]

COMPLEXIONED[adj]

COMPLEXIONSCOMPLEXION [n]

COMPLEXITIESCOMPLEXITY [n]

COMPLEXITY[n -TIES]

COMPLEXLY[adv]

COMPLEXNESS[n -ES]

COMPLEXNESSESCOMPLEXNESS [n]

CONFLUXa flowing together of streams [n -ES]

CONFLUXESCONFLUX, a flowing together of streams [n]

CONNEXION[n -S]

CONNEXIONSCONNEXION [n]

CONTEXTthe part of a discourse in which a particular word or phrase appears [n -S]

CONTEXTLESS[adj]

CONTEXTSCONTEXT, the part of a discourse in which a particular word or phrase appears [n]

CONTEXTUAL[adj]

CONTEXTUALIZE[v -IZED, -IZING, -IZES]

CONTEXTUALIZEDCONTEXTUALIZE [v]

CONTEXTUALIZESCONTEXTUALIZE [v]

CONTEXTUALIZINGCONTEXTUALIZE [v]

CONTEXTUALLY[adv]

CONTEXTURE[n -S]

CONTEXTURESCONTEXTURE [n]

CONVEXa surface or body that is convex (curving outward) [n -ES]

CONVEXESCONVEX, a surface or body that is convex (curving outward) [n]

CONVEXITIESCONVEXITY [n]

CONVEXITY[n -TIES]

CONVEXLYin a convex manner [adv]

CORTEXthe outer layer of an organ [n -TICES or -TEXES] : CORTICAL ~adj

CORTEXESCORTEX, the outer layer of an organ [n]

COTEAUXCOTEAU, the higher ground of a region [n]

COTURNIXa small quail [n -ES]

COTURNIXESCOTURNIX, a small quail [n]

COUNTEREXAMPLE[n -S]

COUNTEREXAMPLESCOUNTEREXAMPLE [n]

COUTEAUXCOUTEAU, a knife (a sharp-edged instrument used for cutting) [n]

COWPOXa cattle disease [n -ES]

COWPOXESCOWPOX, a cattle disease [n]

COXto coxswain (to steer a racing rowboat) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

COXAthe hip or hip joint [n COXAE] : COXAL ~adj

COXAECOXA, the hip or hip joint [n]

COXALCOXA, the hip or hip joint [adj]

COXALGIApain in the hip [n -S] : COXALGIC ~adj

COXALGIASCOXALGIA, pain in the hip [n]

COXALGICCOXALGIA, pain in the hip [adj]

COXALGIESCOXALGY, coxalgia (pain in the hip) [n]

COXALGYcoxalgia (pain in the hip) [n -GIES]

COXCOMBa conceited dandy [n -S]

COXCOMBIC[adj]

COXCOMBICAL[adj]

COXCOMBRIESCOXCOMBRY [n]

COXCOMBRY[n -RIES]

COXCOMBSCOXCOMB, a conceited dandy [n]

COXEDCOX, to coxswain (to steer a racing rowboat) [v]

COXESCOX, to coxswain (to steer a racing rowboat) [v]

COXINGCOX, to coxswain (to steer a racing rowboat) [v]

COXITIDESCOXITIS, inflammation of the hip joint [n]

COXITISinflammation of the hip joint [n COXITIDES]

COXLESShaving no coxswain (the director of the crew of a racing rowboat) [adj]

COXSWAINto steer a racing rowboat [v -ED, -ING, -S]

COXSWAINEDCOXSWAIN, to steer a racing rowboat [v]

COXSWAININGCOXSWAIN, to steer a racing rowboat [v]

COXSWAINSCOXSWAIN, to steer a racing rowboat [v]

CRUCIFIXa cross bearing an image of Christ [n -ES]

CRUCIFIXESCRUCIFIX, a cross bearing an image of Christ [n]

CRUCIFIXION[n -S]

CRUCIFIXIONSCRUCIFIXION [n]

CRUXa basic or decisive point [n CRUXES or CRUCES]

CRUXESCRUX, a basic or decisive point [n]

CULEXa mosquito (a winged insect) [n CULEXES or CULICES]

CULEXESCULEX, a mosquito (a winged insect) [n]

CURTALAXa cutlass (a short sword) [n -ES]

CURTALAXESCURTALAX, a cutlass (a short sword) [n]

CYBERSEXan online sex-oriented conversation [n -ES]

CYBERSEXESCYBERSEX, an online sex-oriented conversation [n]

CYCLODEXTRIN[n -S]

CYCLODEXTRINSCYCLODEXTRIN [n]

CYCLOHEXANE[n -S]

CYCLOHEXANESCYCLOHEXANE [n]

CYCLOHEXANONE[n -S]

CYCLOHEXANONESCYCLOHEXANONE [n]

CYCLOHEXIMIDE[n -S]

CYCLOHEXIMIDESCYCLOHEXIMIDE [n]

CYCLOHEXYLAMINE[n -S]

CYLIXkylix (a drinking vessel) [n CYLICES]

CYTOTAXONOMIC[adj]

CYTOTAXONOMIESCYTOTAXONOMY [n]

CYTOTAXONOMY[n -MIES]

CYTOTOXIC[adj]

CYTOTOXICITIESCYTOTOXICITY [n]

CYTOTOXICITY[n -TIES]

CYTOTOXIN[n -S]

CYTOTOXINSCYTOTOXIN [n]

DECARBOXYLASE[n -S]

DECARBOXYLASESDECARBOXYLASE [n]

DECARBOXYLATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

DECARBOXYLATEDDECARBOXYLATE [v]

DECARBOXYLATESDECARBOXYLATE [v]

DECARBOXYLATINGDECARBOXYLATE [v]

DECARBOXYLATION[n -S]

DEFLEXEDbent downward [adj]

DEFLEXION[n -S]

DEFLEXIONSDEFLEXION [n]

DEIXISthe specifying function of some words [n DEIXISES]

DEIXISESDEIXIS, the specifying function of some words [n]

DELUXEof special elegance or luxury [adj]

DEMULTIPLEXER[n -S]

DEMULTIPLEXERSDEMULTIPLEXER [n]

DEOXIDATION[n -S]

DEOXIDATIONSDEOXIDATION [n]

DEOXIDIZE[v -DIZED, -DIZING, -DIZES]

DEOXIDIZEDDEOXIDIZE [v]

DEOXIDIZER[n -S]

DEOXIDIZERSDEOXIDIZER [n]

DEOXIDIZESDEOXIDIZE [v]

DEOXIDIZINGDEOXIDIZE [v]

DEOXYhaving less oxygen than the compound from which it is derived [adj]

DEOXYGENATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

DEOXYGENATEDDEOXYGENATE [v]

DEOXYGENATESDEOXYGENATE [v]

DEOXYGENATINGDEOXYGENATE [v]

DEOXYGENATION[n -S]

DEOXYGENATIONSDEOXYGENATION [n]

DEOXYRIBOSE[n -S]

DEOXYRIBOSESDEOXYRIBOSE [n]

DESEXto castrate or spay [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

DESEXEDDESEX, to castrate or spay [v]

DESEXESDESEX, to castrate or spay [v]

DESEXINGDESEX, to castrate or spay [v]

DESEXUALIZATION[n -S]

DESEXUALIZE[v -IZED, -IZING, -IZES]

DESEXUALIZEDDESEXUALIZE [v]

DESEXUALIZESDESEXUALIZE [v]

DESEXUALIZINGDESEXUALIZE [v]

DESOXYdeoxy (having less oxygen than the compound from which it is derived) [adj]

DETOXto detoxify (to remove a toxin from) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

DETOXEDDETOX, to detoxify (to remove a toxin from) [v]

DETOXESDETOX, to detoxify (to remove a toxin from) [v]

DETOXICANT[n -S]

DETOXICANTSDETOXICANT [n]

DETOXICATE[v -CATED, -CATING, -CATES]

DETOXICATEDDETOXICATE [v]

DETOXICATESDETOXICATE [v]

DETOXICATINGDETOXICATE [v]

DETOXICATION[n -S]

DETOXICATIONSDETOXICATION [n]

DETOXIFICATION[n -S]

DETOXIFICATIONSDETOXIFICATION [n]

DETOXIFIEDDETOXIFY, to remove a toxin from [v]

DETOXIFIESDETOXIFY, to remove a toxin from [v]

DETOXIFYto remove a toxin from [v -FIED, -FYING, -FIES]

DETOXIFYINGDETOXIFY, to remove a toxin from [v]

DETOXINGDETOX, to detoxify (to remove a toxin from) [v]

DEWAXto remove wax from [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

DEWAXEDDEWAX, to remove wax from [v]

DEWAXESDEWAX, to remove wax from [v]

DEWAXINGDEWAX, to remove wax from [v]

DEXa sulfate used as a central nervous system stimulant [n -ES]

DEXAMETHASONE[n -S]

DEXAMETHASONESDEXAMETHASONE [n]

DEXESDEX, a sulfate used as a central nervous system stimulant [n]

DEXIEa tablet of dex [n -S]

DEXIESDEXY, dexie (a tablet of dex) [n]

DEXTERsituated on the right [adj]

DEXTERITIESDEXTERITY [n]

DEXTERITY[n -TIES]

DEXTEROUS[adj]

DEXTEROUSLY[adv]

DEXTEROUSNESS[n -ES]

DEXTEROUSNESSESDEXTEROUSNESS [n]

DEXTRALpertaining to the right [adj]

DEXTRALLY[adv]

DEXTRANa substance used as a blood plasma substitute [n -S]

DEXTRANASE[n -S]

DEXTRANASESDEXTRANASE [n]

DEXTRANSDEXTRAN, a substance used as a blood plasma substitute [n]

DEXTRINa substance used as an adhesive [n -S]

DEXTRINEdextrin (a substance used as an adhesive) [n -S]

DEXTRINESDEXTRINE, dextrin (a substance used as an adhesive) [n]

DEXTRINSDEXTRIN, a substance used as an adhesive [n]

DEXTROturning to the right [adj]

DEXTROROTARY[adj]

DEXTROROTATORY[adj]

DEXTRORSE[adj]

DEXTROSEa form of glucose [n -S]

DEXTROSESDEXTROSE, a form of glucose [n]

DEXTROUSadroit (skillful (having skill (the ability to do something well))) [adj]

DEXYdexie (a tablet of dex) [n DEXIES]

DICARBOXYLIC[adj]

DIGITOXIGENIN[n -S]

DIGITOXIGENINSDIGITOXIGENIN [n]

DIGITOXIN[n -S]

DIGITOXINSDIGITOXIN [n]

DIGOXINa drug to improve heart function [n -S]

DIGOXINSDIGOXIN, a drug to improve heart function [n]

DIOXANdioxane (a flammable liquid) [n -S]

DIOXANEa flammable liquid [n -S]

DIOXANESDIOXANE, a flammable liquid [n]

DIOXANSDIOXAN, dioxane (a flammable liquid) [n]

DIOXIDdioxide (a type of oxide (a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical)) [n -S]

DIOXIDEa type of oxide (a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical) [n -S]

DIOXIDESDIOXIDE, a type of oxide (a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical) [n]

DIOXIDSDIOXID, dioxide (a type of oxide (a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical)) [n]

DIOXINa toxic solid hydrocarbon [n -S]

DIOXINSDIOXIN, a toxic solid hydrocarbon [n]

DIPLEXpertaining to the simultaneous transmission or reception of two radio signals [adj]

DIPLEXERa coupling device [n -S]

DIPLEXERSDIPLEXER, a coupling device [n]

DIRECTRIX[n -TRIXES or -TRICES]

DIRECTRIXESDIRECTRIX [n]

DISCLIMAX[n -MAXES]

DISCLIMAXESDISCLIMAX [n]

DISINTOXICATE[v -CATED, -CATING, -CATES]

DISINTOXICATEDDISINTOXICATE [v]

DISINTOXICATESDISINTOXICATE [v]

DISINTOXICATINGDISINTOXICATE [v]

DISINTOXICATION[n -S]

DIXITa statement [n -S]

DIXITSDIXIT, a statement [n]

DOMINATRIX[n -TRICES]

DOUXvery sweet -- used of champagne [adj]

DOXIEdoxy (a doctrine (a belief or set of beliefs taught or advocated)) [n -S]

DOXIESDOXY, a doctrine (a belief or set of beliefs taught or advocated) [n]

DOXOLOGIESDOXOLOGY, a hymn or verse of praise to God [n]

DOXOLOGYa hymn or verse of praise to God [n -GIES]

DOXORUBICIN[n -S]

DOXORUBICINSDOXORUBICIN [n]

DOXYa doctrine (a belief or set of beliefs taught or advocated) [n DOXIES]

DOXYCYCLINE[n -S]

DOXYCYCLINESDOXYCYCLINE [n]

DUPLEXto make duple (having two parts or elements) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

DUPLEXEDDUPLEX, to make duple (having two parts or elements) [v]

DUPLEXERan electronic switching device [n -S]

DUPLEXERSDUPLEXER, an electronic switching device [n]

DUPLEXESDUPLEX, to make duple (having two parts or elements) [v]

DUPLEXINGDUPLEX, to make duple (having two parts or elements) [v]

DUPLEXITIESDUPLEXITY [n]

DUPLEXITY[n -TIES]

DUXELLESa garnish or sauce with minced mushrooms [n DUXELLES]

DYSLEXIAimpairment of the ability to read [n -S]

DYSLEXIASDYSLEXIA, impairment of the ability to read [n]

DYSLEXICone who is affected with dyslexia [n -S]

DYSLEXICSDYSLEXIC, one who is affected with dyslexia [n]

DYSTAXIAa form of muscular tremor [n -S]

DYSTAXIASDYSTAXIA, a form of muscular tremor [n]

EARWAXcerumen (a waxy secretion of the ear) [n -ES]

EARWAXESEARWAX, cerumen (a waxy secretion of the ear) [n]

EAUXEAU, water [n]

ECONOBOXa small economical car [n -ES]

ECONOBOXESECONOBOX, a small economical car [n]

EDITRIXa female editor (one that edits (to correct and prepare for publication)) [n -TRIXES or -TRICES]

EDITRIXESEDITRIX, a female editor (one that edits (to correct and prepare for publication)) [n]

EFFLUXan outflow [n -ES]

EFFLUXESEFFLUX, an outflow [n]

EFFLUXION[n -S]

EFFLUXIONSEFFLUXION [n]

EKTEXINEan outer layer of the exine [n -S]

EKTEXINESEKTEXINE, an outer layer of the exine [n]

ELIXIRa medicinal beverage [n -S]

ELIXIRSELIXIR, a medicinal beverage [n]

ENDEXINEan inner layer of the exine [n -S]

ENDEXINESENDEXINE, an inner layer of the exine [n]

ENDOMIXIS[n -MIXISES]

ENDOMIXISESENDOMIXIS [n]

ENDOPEROXIDE[n -S]

ENDOPEROXIDESENDOPEROXIDE [n]

ENDOTOXIC[adj]

ENDOTOXIN[n -S]

ENDOTOXINSENDOTOXIN [n]

ENTEROTOXIN[n -S]

ENTEROTOXINSENTEROTOXIN [n]

EPEXEGESESEPEXEGESIS [n]

EPEXEGESIS[n -GESES]

EPEXEGETIC[adj]

EPEXEGETICAL[adj]

EPEXEGETICALLY[adv]

EPICALYXa set of bracts close to and resembling a calyx [n -LYXES or -LYCES]

EPICALYXESEPICALYX, a set of bracts close to and resembling a calyx [n]

EPISTAXESEPISTAXIS [n]

EPISTAXIS[n -STAXES]

EPITAXIAL[adj]

EPITAXIALLY[adv]

EPITAXICEPITAXY, a type of crystalline growth [adj]

EPITAXIESEPITAXY, a type of crystalline growth [n]

EPITAXYa type of crystalline growth [n -TAXIES] : EPITAXIC ~adj

EPOXIDATION[n -S]

EPOXIDATIONSEPOXIDATION [n]

EPOXIDEan epoxy compound [n -S]

EPOXIDESEPOXIDE, an epoxy compound [n]

EPOXIDIZE[v -DIZED, -DIZING, -DIZES]

EPOXIDIZEDEPOXIDIZE [v]

EPOXIDIZESEPOXIDIZE [v]

EPOXIDIZINGEPOXIDIZE [v]

EPOXIEDEPOXY, to glue with epoxy (a type of resin) [v]

EPOXIESEPOXY, to glue with epoxy (a type of resin) [v]

EPOXYto glue with epoxy (a type of resin) [v EPOXIED or EPOXYED, EPOXYING, EPOXIES]

EPOXYEDEPOXY, to glue with epoxy (a type of resin) [v]

EPOXYINGEPOXY, to glue with epoxy (a type of resin) [v]

EQUINOXa point on the celestial sphere [n -ES]

EQUINOXESEQUINOX, a point on the celestial sphere [n]

ETHOXIESETHOXY, ethoxyl (a univalent chemical radical) [n]

ETHOXYethoxyl (a univalent chemical radical) [n -OXIES]

ETHOXYLa univalent chemical radical [n -S]

ETHOXYLSETHOXYL, a univalent chemical radical [n]

EUTAXIESEUTAXY, good order [n]

EUTAXYgood order [n -TAXIES]

EUXENITEa mineral [n -S]

EUXENITESEUXENITE, a mineral [n]

EXto cross out [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

EXABYTEone quintillion bytes [n -S]

EXABYTESEXABYTE, one quintillion bytes [n]

EXACERBATE[v -BATED, -BATING, -BATES]

EXACERBATEDEXACERBATE [v]

EXACERBATESEXACERBATE [v]

EXACERBATINGEXACERBATE [v]

EXACERBATION[n -S]

EXACERBATIONSEXACERBATION [n]

EXACTprecise (sharply and clearly defined or stated) [adj -ACTER, -ACTEST] / to force the payment or yielding of [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXACTAa type of horse racing bet [n -S]

EXACTABLE[adj]

EXACTASEXACTA, a type of horse racing bet [n]

EXACTEDEXACT, to force the payment or yielding of [v]

EXACTERone that exacts (to force the payment or yielding of) [n -S]

EXACTERSEXACTER, one that exacts (to force the payment or yielding of) [n]

EXACTESTEXACT, precise (sharply and clearly defined or stated) [adj]

EXACTINGEXACT, to force the payment or yielding of [v]

EXACTINGLY[adv]

EXACTINGNESS[n -ES]

EXACTINGNESSESEXACTINGNESS [n]

EXACTIONthe act of exacting (to force the payment or yielding of) [n -S]

EXACTIONSEXACTION, the act of exacting (to force the payment or yielding of) [n]

EXACTITUDE[n -S]

EXACTITUDESEXACTITUDE [n]

EXACTLYin an exact manner [adv]

EXACTNESS[n -ES]

EXACTNESSESEXACTNESS [n]

EXACTORexacter (one that exacts (to force the payment or yielding of)) [n -S]

EXACTORSEXACTOR, exacter (one that exacts (to force the payment or yielding of)) [n]

EXACTSEXACT, to force the payment or yielding of [v]

EXAGGERATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

EXAGGERATEDEXAGGERATE [v]

EXAGGERATEDLY[adv]

EXAGGERATEDNESS[n -ES]

EXAGGERATESEXAGGERATE [v]

EXAGGERATINGEXAGGERATE [v]

EXAGGERATION[n -S]

EXAGGERATIONSEXAGGERATION [n]

EXAGGERATIVE[adj]

EXAGGERATOR[n -S]

EXAGGERATORSEXAGGERATOR [n]

EXAGGERATORY[adj]

EXAHERTZone quintillion hertz [n -HERTZ or -HERTZES]

EXAHERTZESEXAHERTZ, one quintillion hertz [n]

EXALTto raise (to move to a higher position) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXALTATION[n -S]

EXALTATIONSEXALTATION [n]

EXALTEDEXALT, to raise (to move to a higher position) [v]

EXALTEDLY[adv]

EXALTERone that exalts (to raise (to move to a higher position)) [n -S]

EXALTERSEXALTER, one that exalts (to raise (to move to a higher position)) [n]

EXALTINGEXALT, to raise (to move to a higher position) [v]

EXALTSEXALT, to raise (to move to a higher position) [v]

EXAMan examination [n -S]

EXAMENa critical study [n -S]

EXAMENSEXAMEN, a critical study [n]

EXAMINABLE[adj]

EXAMINANT[n -S]

EXAMINANTSEXAMINANT [n]

EXAMINATION[n -S]

EXAMINATIONAL[adj]

EXAMINATIONSEXAMINATION [n]

EXAMINEto inspect (to look carefully at or over) [v -INED, -INING, -INES]

EXAMINEDEXAMINE, to inspect (to look carefully at or over) [v]

EXAMINEEone that is taking an examination [n -S]

EXAMINEESEXAMINEE, one that is taking an examination [n]

EXAMINERone that examines (to inspect (to look carefully at or over)) [n -S]

EXAMINERSEXAMINER, one that examines (to inspect (to look carefully at or over)) [n]

EXAMINESEXAMINE, to inspect (to look carefully at or over) [v]

EXAMININGEXAMINE, to inspect (to look carefully at or over) [v]

EXAMPLEto show by representation [v -PLED, -PLING, -PLES]

EXAMPLEDEXAMPLE, to show by representation [v]

EXAMPLESEXAMPLE, to show by representation [v]

EXAMPLINGEXAMPLE, to show by representation [v]

EXAMSEXAM, an examination [n]

EXANIMATE[adj]

EXANTHEMa skin eruption [n -S]

EXANTHEMA[n -MATA or -MAS]

EXANTHEMASEXANTHEMA [n]

EXANTHEMATAEXANTHEMA [n]

EXANTHEMATIC[adj]

EXANTHEMATOUS[adj]

EXANTHEMSEXANTHEM, a skin eruption [n]

EXAPTEDutilized for a function other than the one developed through natural selection [adj]

EXAPTIVEpertaining to an exapted function [adj]

EXARCHthe ruler of a province in the Byzantine Empire [n -S] : EXARCHAL ~adj

EXARCHALEXARCH, the ruler of a province in the Byzantine Empire [adj]

EXARCHATE[n -S]

EXARCHATESEXARCHATE [n]

EXARCHIESEXARCHY, the domain of an exarch [n]

EXARCHSEXARCH, the ruler of a province in the Byzantine Empire [n]

EXARCHYthe domain of an exarch [n -CHIES]

EXASPERATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

EXASPERATEDEXASPERATE [v]

EXASPERATEDLY[adv]

EXASPERATESEXASPERATE [v]

EXASPERATINGEXASPERATE [v]

EXASPERATINGLY[adv]

EXASPERATION[n -S]

EXASPERATIONSEXASPERATION [n]

EXCAUDATE[adj]

EXCAVATEto dig out [v -VATED, -VATING, -VATES]

EXCAVATEDEXCAVATE, to dig out [v]

EXCAVATESEXCAVATE, to dig out [v]

EXCAVATINGEXCAVATE, to dig out [v]

EXCAVATION[n -S]

EXCAVATIONAL[adj]

EXCAVATIONSEXCAVATION [n]

EXCAVATOR[n -S]

EXCAVATORSEXCAVATOR [n]

EXCEEDto go beyond [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXCEEDEDEXCEED, to go beyond [v]

EXCEEDERone that exceeds (to go beyond) [n -S]

EXCEEDERSEXCEEDER, one that exceeds (to go beyond) [n]

EXCEEDINGEXCEED, to go beyond [v]

EXCEEDINGLY[adv]

EXCEEDSEXCEED, to go beyond [v]

EXCELto surpass others [v -CELLED, -CELLING, -CELS]

EXCELLEDEXCEL, to surpass others [v]

EXCELLENCE[n -S]

EXCELLENCESEXCELLENCE [n]

EXCELLENCIESEXCELLENCY [n]

EXCELLENCY[n -CIES]

EXCELLENT[adj]

EXCELLENTLY[adv]

EXCELLINGEXCEL, to surpass others [v]

EXCELSEXCEL, to surpass others [v]

EXCELSIOR[n -S]

EXCELSIORSEXCELSIOR [n]

EXCEPTto leave out [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXCEPTEDEXCEPT, to leave out [v]

EXCEPTINGEXCEPT, to leave out [v]

EXCEPTION[n -S]

EXCEPTIONABLE[adj]

EXCEPTIONABLY[adv]

EXCEPTIONAL[adj]

EXCEPTIONALISM[n -S]

EXCEPTIONALISMSEXCEPTIONALISM [n]

EXCEPTIONALITY[n -TIES]

EXCEPTIONALLY[adv]

EXCEPTIONALNESS[n -ES]

EXCEPTIONSEXCEPTION [n]

EXCEPTIVE[adj]

EXCEPTSEXCEPT, to leave out [v]

EXCERPTto pick out a passage from for quoting [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXCERPTEDEXCERPT, to pick out a passage from for quoting [v]

EXCERPTER[n -S]

EXCERPTERSEXCERPTER [n]

EXCERPTINGEXCERPT, to pick out a passage from for quoting [v]

EXCERPTION[n -S]

EXCERPTIONSEXCERPTION [n]

EXCERPTOR[n -S]

EXCERPTORSEXCERPTOR [n]

EXCERPTSEXCERPT, to pick out a passage from for quoting [v]

EXCESSto eliminate the position of [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

EXCESSEDEXCESS, to eliminate the position of [v]

EXCESSESEXCESS, to eliminate the position of [v]

EXCESSINGEXCESS, to eliminate the position of [v]

EXCESSIVE[adj]

EXCESSIVELY[adv]

EXCESSIVENESS[n -ES]

EXCESSIVENESSESEXCESSIVENESS [n]

EXCHANGEto give and receive reciprocally [v -CHANGED, -CHANGING, -CHANGES]

EXCHANGEABILITY[n -TIES]

EXCHANGEABLE[adj]

EXCHANGEDEXCHANGE, to give and receive reciprocally [v]

EXCHANGERone that exchanges (to give and receive reciprocally) [n -S]

EXCHANGERSEXCHANGER, one that exchanges (to give and receive reciprocally) [n]

EXCHANGESEXCHANGE, to give and receive reciprocally [v]

EXCHANGINGEXCHANGE, to give and receive reciprocally [v]

EXCHEQUER[n -S]

EXCHEQUERSEXCHEQUER [n]

EXCIDEto excise (to remove by cutting out) [v -CIDED, -CIDING, -CIDES]

EXCIDEDEXCIDE, to excise (to remove by cutting out) [v]

EXCIDESEXCIDE, to excise (to remove by cutting out) [v]

EXCIDINGEXCIDE, to excise (to remove by cutting out) [v]

EXCIMERa dimer that exists in an excited state [n -S]

EXCIMERSEXCIMER, a dimer that exists in an excited state [n]

EXCIPIENT[n -S]

EXCIPIENTSEXCIPIENT [n]

EXCIPLEa rim around the hymenium of various lichens [n -S]

EXCIPLESEXCIPLE, a rim around the hymenium of various lichens [n]

EXCISABLE[adj]

EXCISEto remove by cutting out [v -CISED, -CISING, -CISES]

EXCISEDEXCISE, to remove by cutting out [v]

EXCISEMAN[n EXCISEMEN]

EXCISEMENEXCISEMAN [n]

EXCISESEXCISE, to remove by cutting out [v]

EXCISINGEXCISE, to remove by cutting out [v]

EXCISIONthe act of excising (to remove by cutting out) [n -S]

EXCISIONAL[adj]

EXCISIONSEXCISION, the act of excising (to remove by cutting out) [n]

EXCITABILITIESEXCITABILITY [n]

EXCITABILITY[n -TIES]

EXCITABLE[adj]

EXCITABLENESS[n -ES]

EXCITABLENESSESEXCITABLENESS [n]

EXCITABLY[adv]

EXCITANTa stimulant [n -S]

EXCITANTSEXCITANT, a stimulant [n]

EXCITATION[n -S]

EXCITATIONSEXCITATION [n]

EXCITATIVE[adj]

EXCITATORY[adj]

EXCITEto arouse the emotions of [v -CITED, -CITING, -CITES]

EXCITEDEXCITE, to arouse the emotions of [v]

EXCITEDLY[adv]

EXCITEMENT[n -S]

EXCITEMENTSEXCITEMENT [n]

EXCITERone that excites (to arouse the emotions of) [n -S]

EXCITERSEXCITER, one that excites (to arouse the emotions of) [n]

EXCITESEXCITE, to arouse the emotions of [v]

EXCITINGEXCITE, to arouse the emotions of [v]

EXCITINGLY[adv]

EXCITONa phenomenon occurring in an excited crystal [n -S]

EXCITONIC[adj]

EXCITONSEXCITON, a phenomenon occurring in an excited crystal [n]

EXCITORexciter (one that excites (to arouse the emotions of)) [n -S]

EXCITORSEXCITOR, exciter (one that excites (to arouse the emotions of)) [n]

EXCLAIMto cry out suddenly [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXCLAIMEDEXCLAIM, to cry out suddenly [v]

EXCLAIMER[n -S]

EXCLAIMERSEXCLAIMER [n]

EXCLAIMINGEXCLAIM, to cry out suddenly [v]

EXCLAIMSEXCLAIM, to cry out suddenly [v]

EXCLAMATION[n -S]

EXCLAMATIONSEXCLAMATION [n]

EXCLAMATORY[adj]

EXCLAVEa portion of a country which is isolated in foreign territory [n -S]

EXCLAVESEXCLAVE, a portion of a country which is isolated in foreign territory [n]

EXCLOSURE[n -S]

EXCLOSURESEXCLOSURE [n]

EXCLUDABILITIESEXCLUDABILITY [n]

EXCLUDABILITY[n -TIES]

EXCLUDABLE[adj]

EXCLUDEto shut out [v -CLUDED, -CLUDING, -CLUDES]

EXCLUDEDEXCLUDE, to shut out [v]

EXCLUDERone that excludes (to shut out) [n -S]

EXCLUDERSEXCLUDER, one that excludes (to shut out) [n]

EXCLUDESEXCLUDE, to shut out [v]

EXCLUDIBLE[adj]

EXCLUDINGEXCLUDE, to shut out [v]

EXCLUSION[n -S]

EXCLUSIONARY[adj]

EXCLUSIONIST[n -S]

EXCLUSIONISTSEXCLUSIONIST [n]

EXCLUSIONSEXCLUSION [n]

EXCLUSIVE[n -S]

EXCLUSIVELY[adv]

EXCLUSIVENESS[n -ES]

EXCLUSIVENESSESEXCLUSIVENESS [n]

EXCLUSIVESEXCLUSIVE [n]

EXCLUSIVISM[n -S]

EXCLUSIVISMSEXCLUSIVISM [n]

EXCLUSIVIST[n -S]

EXCLUSIVISTSEXCLUSIVIST [n]

EXCLUSIVITIESEXCLUSIVITY [n]

EXCLUSIVITY[n -TIES]

EXCLUSORY[adj]

EXCOGITATE[v -TATED, -TATING, -TATES]

EXCOGITATEDEXCOGITATE [v]

EXCOGITATESEXCOGITATE [v]

EXCOGITATINGEXCOGITATE [v]

EXCOGITATION[n -S]

EXCOGITATIONSEXCOGITATION [n]

EXCOGITATIVE[adj]

EXCOMMUNICATE[v -CATED, -CATING, -CATES]

EXCOMMUNICATEDEXCOMMUNICATE [v]

EXCOMMUNICATESEXCOMMUNICATE [v]

EXCOMMUNICATINGEXCOMMUNICATE [v]

EXCOMMUNICATION[n -S]

EXCOMMUNICATIVE[adj]

EXCOMMUNICATOR[n -S]

EXCOMMUNICATORSEXCOMMUNICATOR [n]

EXCORIATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

EXCORIATEDEXCORIATE [v]

EXCORIATESEXCORIATE [v]

EXCORIATINGEXCORIATE [v]

EXCORIATION[n -S]

EXCORIATIONSEXCORIATION [n]

EXCREMENT[n -S]

EXCREMENTAL[adj]

EXCREMENTITIOUS[adj]

EXCREMENTSEXCREMENT [n]

EXCRESCENCE[n -S]

EXCRESCENCESEXCRESCENCE [n]

EXCRESCENCIESEXCRESCENCY [n]

EXCRESCENCY[n -CIES]

EXCRESCENT[adj]

EXCRESCENTLY[adv]

EXCRETAexcreted matter [n] : EXCRETAL ~adj

EXCRETALEXCRETA, excreted matter [adj]

EXCRETEto separate and eliminate from an organic body [v -CRETED, -CRETING, -CRETES]

EXCRETEDEXCRETE, to separate and eliminate from an organic body [v]

EXCRETERone that excretes (to separate and eliminate from an organic body) [n -S]

EXCRETERSEXCRETER, one that excretes (to separate and eliminate from an organic body) [n]

EXCRETESEXCRETE, to separate and eliminate from an organic body [v]

EXCRETINGEXCRETE, to separate and eliminate from an organic body [v]

EXCRETION[n -S]

EXCRETIONSEXCRETION [n]

EXCRETIVE[adj]

EXCRETORIESEXCRETORY [n]

EXCRETORY[n -RIES]

EXCRUCIATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

EXCRUCIATEDEXCRUCIATE [v]

EXCRUCIATESEXCRUCIATE [v]

EXCRUCIATINGEXCRUCIATE [v]

EXCRUCIATINGLY[adv]

EXCRUCIATION[n -S]

EXCRUCIATIONSEXCRUCIATION [n]

EXCULPATE[v -PATED, -PATING, -PATES]

EXCULPATEDEXCULPATE [v]

EXCULPATESEXCULPATE [v]

EXCULPATINGEXCULPATE [v]

EXCULPATION[n -S]

EXCULPATIONSEXCULPATION [n]

EXCULPATORY[adj]

EXCURRENT[adj]

EXCURSION[n -S]

EXCURSIONIST[n -S]

EXCURSIONISTSEXCURSIONIST [n]

EXCURSIONSEXCURSION [n]

EXCURSIVE[adj]

EXCURSIVELY[adv]

EXCURSIVENESS[n -ES]

EXCURSIVENESSESEXCURSIVENESS [n]

EXCURSUSa long appended exposition of a topic [n -ES]

EXCURSUSESEXCURSUS, a long appended exposition of a topic [n]

EXCUSABLE[adj]

EXCUSABLENESS[n -ES]

EXCUSABLENESSESEXCUSABLENESS [n]

EXCUSABLY[adv]

EXCUSATORY[adj]

EXCUSEto apologize for [v -CUSED, -CUSING, -CUSES]

EXCUSEDEXCUSE, to apologize for [v]

EXCUSERone that excuses (to apologize for) [n -S]

EXCUSERSEXCUSER, one that excuses (to apologize for) [n]

EXCUSESEXCUSE, to apologize for [v]

EXCUSINGEXCUSE, to apologize for [v]

EXECan executive officer [n -S]

EXECRABLE[adj]

EXECRABLENESS[n -ES]

EXECRABLENESSESEXECRABLENESS [n]

EXECRABLY[adv]

EXECRATEto curse (to wish evil upon) [v -CRATED, -CRATING, -CRATES]

EXECRATEDEXECRATE, to curse (to wish evil upon) [v]

EXECRATESEXECRATE, to curse (to wish evil upon) [v]

EXECRATINGEXECRATE, to curse (to wish evil upon) [v]

EXECRATION[n -S]

EXECRATIONSEXECRATION [n]

EXECRATIVE[adj]

EXECRATOR[n -S]

EXECRATORSEXECRATOR [n]

EXECSEXEC, an executive officer [n]

EXECUTABLE[adj]

EXECUTANT[n -S]

EXECUTANTSEXECUTANT [n]

EXECUTEto carry out [v -CUTED, -CUTING, -CUTES]

EXECUTEDEXECUTE, to carry out [v]

EXECUTERexecutor (one that executes (to carry out)) [n -S]

EXECUTERSEXECUTER, executor (one that executes (to carry out)) [n]

EXECUTESEXECUTE, to carry out [v]

EXECUTINGEXECUTE, to carry out [v]

EXECUTION[n -S]

EXECUTIONER[n -S]

EXECUTIONERSEXECUTIONER [n]

EXECUTIONSEXECUTION [n]

EXECUTIVE[n -S]

EXECUTIVESEXECUTIVE [n]

EXECUTORone that executes (to carry out) [n -S]

EXECUTORIAL[adj]

EXECUTORSEXECUTOR, one that executes (to carry out) [n]

EXECUTORY[adj]

EXECUTRICESEXECUTRIX [n]

EXECUTRIX[n -TRIXES or -TRICES]

EXECUTRIXESEXECUTRIX [n]

EXEDEX, to cross out [v]

EXEDRAa curved outdoor bench [n -DRAE]

EXEDRAEEXEDRA, a curved outdoor bench [n]

EXEGESESEXEGESIS, critical explanation or analysis [n]

EXEGESIScritical explanation or analysis [n -GESES] : EXEGETIC ~adj

EXEGETEone skilled in exegesis [n -S]

EXEGETESEXEGETE, one skilled in exegesis [n]

EXEGETICEXEGESIS, critical explanation or analysis [adj]

EXEGETICAL[adj]

EXEGETICS[n]

EXEGETIST[n -S]

EXEGETISTSEXEGETIST [n]

EXEMPLAEXEMPLUM, an example [n]

EXEMPLARone that is worthy of being copied [n -S]

EXEMPLARILY[adv]

EXEMPLARINESS[n -ES]

EXEMPLARINESSESEXEMPLARINESS [n]

EXEMPLARITIESEXEMPLARITY [n]

EXEMPLARITY[n -TIES]

EXEMPLARSEXEMPLAR, one that is worthy of being copied [n]

EXEMPLARY[adj]

EXEMPLIFICATION[n -S]

EXEMPLIFIEDEXEMPLIFY [v]

EXEMPLIFIESEXEMPLIFY [v]

EXEMPLIFY[v -FIED, -FYING, -FIES]

EXEMPLIFYINGEXEMPLIFY [v]

EXEMPLUMan example [n -PLA]

EXEMPTto free from an obligation required of others [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXEMPTEDEXEMPT, to free from an obligation required of others [v]

EXEMPTINGEXEMPT, to free from an obligation required of others [v]

EXEMPTION[n -S]

EXEMPTIONSEXEMPTION [n]

EXEMPTIVE[adj]

EXEMPTSEXEMPT, to free from an obligation required of others [v]

EXENTERATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

EXENTERATEDEXENTERATE [v]

EXENTERATESEXENTERATE [v]

EXENTERATINGEXENTERATE [v]

EXENTERATION[n -S]

EXENTERATIONSEXENTERATION [n]

EXEQUATUR[n -S]

EXEQUATURSEXEQUATUR [n]

EXEQUIALEXEQUY, a funeral procession [adj]

EXEQUIESEXEQUY, a funeral procession [n]

EXEQUYa funeral procession [n -QUIES] : EXEQUIAL ~adj

EXERCISABLE[adj]

EXERCISEto make use of [v -CISED, -CISING, -CISES]

EXERCISEDEXERCISE, to make use of [v]

EXERCISER[n -S]

EXERCISERSEXERCISER [n]

EXERCISESEXERCISE, to make use of [v]

EXERCISINGEXERCISE, to make use of [v]

EXERCITATION[n -S]

EXERCITATIONSEXERCITATION [n]

EXERCYCLE[n -S]

EXERCYCLESEXERCYCLE [n]

EXERGONIC[adj]

EXERGUALEXERGUE, a space on a coin [adj]

EXERGUEa space on a coin [n -S] : EXERGUAL ~adj

EXERGUESEXERGUE, a space on a coin [n]

EXERTto put into action [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXERTEDEXERT, to put into action [v]

EXERTINGEXERT, to put into action [v]

EXERTIONthe act of exerting (to put into action) [n -S]

EXERTIONSEXERTION, the act of exerting (to put into action) [n]

EXERTIVEtending to exert [adj]

EXERTSEXERT, to put into action [v]

EXESEX, to cross out [v]

EXEUNTthey leave the stage -- used as a stage direction [v]

EXFOLIANT[n -S]

EXFOLIANTSEXFOLIANT [n]

EXFOLIATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

EXFOLIATEDEXFOLIATE [v]

EXFOLIATESEXFOLIATE [v]

EXFOLIATINGEXFOLIATE [v]

EXFOLIATION[n -S]

EXFOLIATIONSEXFOLIATION [n]

EXFOLIATIVE[adj]

EXHALANTsomething that exhales [n -S]

EXHALANTSEXHALANT, something that exhales [n]

EXHALATION[n -S]

EXHALATIONSEXHALATION [n]

EXHALEto expel air or vapor [v -HALED, -HALING, -HALES]

EXHALEDEXHALE, to expel air or vapor [v]

EXHALENTexhalant (something that exhales) [n -S]

EXHALENTSEXHALENT, exhalant (something that exhales) [n]

EXHALESEXHALE, to expel air or vapor [v]

EXHALINGEXHALE, to expel air or vapor [v]

EXHAUSTto use up [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXHAUSTEDEXHAUST, to use up [v]

EXHAUSTER[n -S]

EXHAUSTERSEXHAUSTER [n]

EXHAUSTIBILITY[n -TIES]

EXHAUSTIBLE[adj]

EXHAUSTINGEXHAUST, to use up [v]

EXHAUSTION[n -S]

EXHAUSTIONSEXHAUSTION [n]

EXHAUSTIVE[adj]

EXHAUSTIVELY[adv]

EXHAUSTIVENESS[n -ES]

EXHAUSTIVITIESEXHAUSTIVITY [n]

EXHAUSTIVITY[n -TIES]

EXHAUSTLESS[adj]

EXHAUSTLESSLY[adv]

EXHAUSTLESSNESS[n -ES]

EXHAUSTSEXHAUST, to use up [v]

EXHEDRAexedra (a curved outdoor bench) [n -DRAE]

EXHEDRAEEXHEDRA, exedra (a curved outdoor bench) [n]

EXHIBITto present for public viewing [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXHIBITEDEXHIBIT, to present for public viewing [v]

EXHIBITER[n -S]

EXHIBITERSEXHIBITER [n]

EXHIBITINGEXHIBIT, to present for public viewing [v]

EXHIBITION[n -S]

EXHIBITIONER[n -S]

EXHIBITIONERSEXHIBITIONER [n]

EXHIBITIONISM[n -S]

EXHIBITIONISMSEXHIBITIONISM [n]

EXHIBITIONIST[n -S]

EXHIBITIONISTIC[adj]

EXHIBITIONISTSEXHIBITIONIST [n]

EXHIBITIONSEXHIBITION [n]

EXHIBITIVE[adj]

EXHIBITOR[n -S]

EXHIBITORSEXHIBITOR [n]

EXHIBITORY[adj]

EXHIBITSEXHIBIT, to present for public viewing [v]

EXHILARATE[v -RATED, -RATING, -RATES]

EXHILARATEDEXHILARATE [v]

EXHILARATESEXHILARATE [v]

EXHILARATINGEXHILARATE [v]

EXHILARATINGLY[adv]

EXHILARATION[n -S]

EXHILARATIONSEXHILARATION [n]

EXHILARATIVE[adj]

EXHORTto advise urgently [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXHORTATION[n -S]

EXHORTATIONSEXHORTATION [n]

EXHORTATIVE[adj]

EXHORTATORY[adj]

EXHORTEDEXHORT, to advise urgently [v]

EXHORTERone that exhorts (to advise urgently) [n -S]

EXHORTERSEXHORTER, one that exhorts (to advise urgently) [n]

EXHORTINGEXHORT, to advise urgently [v]

EXHORTSEXHORT, to advise urgently [v]

EXHUMATION[n -S]

EXHUMATIONSEXHUMATION [n]

EXHUMEto dig out of the earth [v -HUMED, -HUMING, -HUMES]

EXHUMEDEXHUME, to dig out of the earth [v]

EXHUMERone that exhumes (to dig out of the earth) [n -S]

EXHUMERSEXHUMER, one that exhumes (to dig out of the earth) [n]

EXHUMESEXHUME, to dig out of the earth [v]

EXHUMINGEXHUME, to dig out of the earth [v]

EXIGENCEexigency (urgency (the quality of being urgent)) [n -S]

EXIGENCESEXIGENCE, exigency (urgency (the quality of being urgent)) [n]

EXIGENCIESEXIGENCY, urgency (the quality of being urgent) [n]

EXIGENCYurgency (the quality of being urgent) [n -CIES]

EXIGENTurgent (requiring immediate attention) [adj]

EXIGENTLY[adv]

EXIGIBLEliable to be demanded [adj]

EXIGUITIESEXIGUITY, the state of being exiguous (meager (deficient in quantity or quality)) [n]

EXIGUITYthe state of being exiguous (meager (deficient in quantity or quality)) [n -ITIES]

EXIGUOUSmeager (deficient in quantity or quality) [adj]

EXIGUOUSLY[adv]

EXIGUOUSNESS[n -ES]

EXIGUOUSNESSESEXIGUOUSNESS [n]

EXILABLEEXILE, to banish from one's own country [adj]

EXILEto banish from one's own country [v -ILED, -ILING, -ILES] : EXILABLE ~adj

EXILEDEXILE, to banish from one's own country [v]

EXILERone that exiles (to banish from one's own country) [n -S]

EXILERSEXILER, one that exiles (to banish from one's own country) [n]

EXILESEXILE, to banish from one's own country [v]

EXILIANexilic (pertaining to exile (banishment from one's own country)) [adj]

EXILICpertaining to exile (banishment from one's own country) [adj]

EXILINGEXILE, to banish from one's own country [v]

EXIMIOUSexcellent [adj]

EXINEthe outer layer of certain spores [n -S]

EXINESEXINE, the outer layer of certain spores [n]

EXINGEX, to cross out [v]

EXISTto be (to have actuality) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXISTEDEXIST, to be (to have actuality) [v]

EXISTENCE[n -S]

EXISTENCESEXISTENCE [n]

EXISTENTsomething that exists [n -S]

EXISTENTIAL[adj]

EXISTENTIALISM[n -S]

EXISTENTIALISMSEXISTENTIALISM [n]

EXISTENTIALIST[n -S]

EXISTENTIALISTSEXISTENTIALIST [n]

EXISTENTIALLY[adv]

EXISTENTSEXISTENT, something that exists [n]

EXISTINGEXIST, to be (to have actuality) [v]

EXISTSEXIST, to be (to have actuality) [v]

EXITto go out [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXITEDEXIT, to go out [v]

EXITINGEXIT, to go out [v]

EXITLESSlacking a way out [adj]

EXITSEXIT, to go out [v]

EXOBIOLOGICAL[adj]

EXOBIOLOGIESEXOBIOLOGY [n]

EXOBIOLOGIST[n -S]

EXOBIOLOGISTSEXOBIOLOGIST [n]

EXOBIOLOGY[n -GIES]

EXOCARPthe epicarp (the outer layer of a pericarp) [n -S]

EXOCARPSEXOCARP, the epicarp (the outer layer of a pericarp) [n]

EXOCRINEan external secretion [n -S]

EXOCRINESEXOCRINE, an external secretion [n]

EXOCYCLIC[adj]

EXOCYTICpertaining to cellular excretion [adj]

EXOCYTOSE[v -TOSED, -TOSING, -TOSES]

EXOCYTOSEDEXOCYTOSE [v]

EXOCYTOSESEXOCYTOSIS [n]

EXOCYTOSINGEXOCYTOSE [v]

EXOCYTOSIS[n -TOSES]

EXOCYTOTIC[adj]

EXODERMthe ectoderm (the outermost germ layer of an embryo) [n -S]

EXODERMIS[n -DERMISES]

EXODERMISESEXODERMIS [n]

EXODERMSEXODERM, the ectoderm (the outermost germ layer of an embryo) [n]

EXODOIEXODOS, a concluding dramatic scene [n]

EXODONTIA[n -S]

EXODONTIASEXODONTIA [n]

EXODONTIST[n -S]

EXODONTISTSEXODONTIST [n]

EXODOSa concluding dramatic scene [n -DOI]

EXODUSa movement away [n -ES]

EXODUSESEXODUS, a movement away [n]

EXOENZYME[n -S]

EXOENZYMESEXOENZYME [n]

EXOERGICreleasing energy [adj]

EXOERYTHROCYTIC[adj]

EXOGAMICEXOGAMY, marriage outside of a particular group [adj]

EXOGAMIESEXOGAMY, marriage outside of a particular group [n]

EXOGAMOUS[adj]

EXOGAMYmarriage outside of a particular group [n -MIES] : EXOGAMIC ~adj

EXOGENa type of plant [n -S]

EXOGENISM[n -S]

EXOGENISMSEXOGENISM [n]

EXOGENOUS[adj]

EXOGENOUSLY[adv]

EXOGENSEXOGEN, a type of plant [n]

EXONa sequence in the genetic code [n -S] : EXONIC ~adj

EXONERATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

EXONERATEDEXONERATE [v]

EXONERATESEXONERATE [v]

EXONERATINGEXONERATE [v]

EXONERATION[n -S]

EXONERATIONSEXONERATION [n]

EXONERATIVE[adj]

EXONICEXON, a sequence in the genetic code [adj]

EXONSEXON, a sequence in the genetic code [n]

EXONUCLEASE[n -S]

EXONUCLEASESEXONUCLEASE [n]

EXONUMIAnumismatic items other than coins or paper money [n]

EXONUMIST[n -S]

EXONUMISTSEXONUMIST [n]

EXONYMa name for a people used by outsiders and not by the people themselves [n -S]

EXONYMSEXONYM, a name for a people used by outsiders and not by the people themselves [n]

EXOPEPTIDASE[n -S]

EXOPEPTIDASESEXOPEPTIDASE [n]

EXOPHTHALMIC[adj]

EXOPHTHALMOS[n -MOSES]

EXOPHTHALMOSESEXOPHTHALMOS [n]

EXOPHTHALMUS[n -MUSES]

EXOPHTHALMUSESEXOPHTHALMUS [n]

EXORABLEpersuadable [adj]

EXORBITANCE[n -S]

EXORBITANCESEXORBITANCE [n]

EXORBITANT[adj]

EXORBITANTLY[adv]

EXORCISEto free of an evil spirit [v -CISED, -CISING, -CISES]

EXORCISEDEXORCISE, to free of an evil spirit [v]

EXORCISER[n -S]

EXORCISERSEXORCISER [n]

EXORCISESEXORCISE, to free of an evil spirit [v]

EXORCISINGEXORCISE, to free of an evil spirit [v]

EXORCISMthe act of exorcising (to free of an evil spirit) [n -S]

EXORCISMSEXORCISM, the act of exorcising (to free of an evil spirit) [n]

EXORCISTone who practices exorcism (the act of exorcising (to free of an evil spirit)) [n -S]

EXORCISTIC[adj]

EXORCISTICAL[adj]

EXORCISTSEXORCIST, one who practices exorcism (the act of exorcising (to free of an evil spirit)) [n]

EXORCIZEto exorcise (to free of an evil spirit) [v -CIZED, -CIZING, -CIZES]

EXORCIZEDEXORCIZE, to exorcise (to free of an evil spirit) [v]

EXORCIZESEXORCIZE, to exorcise (to free of an evil spirit) [v]

EXORCIZINGEXORCIZE, to exorcise (to free of an evil spirit) [v]

EXORDIAEXORDIUM, a beginning [n]

EXORDIALEXORDIUM, a beginning [adj]

EXORDIUMa beginning [n -DIUMS or -DIA] : EXORDIAL ~adj

EXORDIUMSEXORDIUM, a beginning [n]

EXOSKELETAL[adj]

EXOSKELETON[n -S]

EXOSKELETONSEXOSKELETON [n]

EXOSMICEXOSMOSE, a form of osmosis [adj]

EXOSMOSEa form of osmosis [n -S] : EXOSMIC ~adj

EXOSMOSESEXOSMOSE, a form of osmosis [n]

EXOSMOSIS[n -MOSES]

EXOSMOTIC[adj]

EXOSPHERE[n -S]

EXOSPHERESEXOSPHERE [n]

EXOSPHERIC[adj]

EXOSPOREthe outer coat of a spore [n -S]

EXOSPORESEXOSPORE, the outer coat of a spore [n]

EXOSPORIAEXOSPORIUM [n]

EXOSPORIUM[n -RIA]

EXOSTOSESEXOSTOSIS [n]

EXOSTOSIS[n -TOSES]

EXOTERICsuitable for the public [adj]

EXOTERICALLY[adv]

EXOTHERMAL[adj]

EXOTHERMALLY[adv]

EXOTHERMIC[adj]

EXOTHERMICALLY[adv]

EXOTHERMICITIESEXOTHERMICITY [n]

EXOTHERMICITY[n -TIES]

EXOTICsomething from another part of the world [n -S]

EXOTICAthings excitingly different or unusual [n]

EXOTICALLY[adv]

EXOTICISM[n -S]

EXOTICISMSEXOTICISM [n]

EXOTICIST[n -S]

EXOTICISTSEXOTICIST [n]

EXOTICNESS[n -ES]

EXOTICNESSESEXOTICNESS [n]

EXOTICSEXOTIC, something from another part of the world [n]

EXOTISMan exotic (something from another part of the world) [n -S]

EXOTISMSEXOTISM, an exotic (something from another part of the world) [n]

EXOTOXICEXOTOXIN, an excreted toxin [adj]

EXOTOXINan excreted toxin [n -S] : EXOTOXIC ~adj

EXOTOXINSEXOTOXIN, an excreted toxin [n]

EXOTROPIA[n -S]

EXOTROPIASEXOTROPIA [n]

EXOTROPIC[adj]

EXPANDto increase in size or volume [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXPANDABILITIESEXPANDABILITY [n]

EXPANDABILITY[n -TIES]

EXPANDABLE[adj]

EXPANDEDEXPAND, to increase in size or volume [v]

EXPANDERone that expands (to increase in size or volume) [n -S]

EXPANDERSEXPANDER, one that expands (to increase in size or volume) [n]

EXPANDINGEXPAND, to increase in size or volume [v]

EXPANDORa type of transducer [n -S]

EXPANDORSEXPANDOR, a type of transducer [n]

EXPANDSEXPAND, to increase in size or volume [v]

EXPANSEa wide, continuous area [n -S]

EXPANSESEXPANSE, a wide, continuous area [n]

EXPANSIBILITIESEXPANSIBILITY [n]

EXPANSIBILITY[n -TIES]

EXPANSIBLE[adj]

EXPANSILE[adj]

EXPANSION[n -S]

EXPANSIONAL[adj]

EXPANSIONARY[adj]

EXPANSIONISM[n -S]

EXPANSIONISMSEXPANSIONISM [n]

EXPANSIONIST[n -S]

EXPANSIONISTIC[adj]

EXPANSIONISTSEXPANSIONIST [n]

EXPANSIONSEXPANSION [n]

EXPANSIVE[adj]

EXPANSIVELY[adv]

EXPANSIVENESS[n -ES]

EXPANSIVENESSESEXPANSIVENESS [n]

EXPANSIVITIESEXPANSIVITY [n]

EXPANSIVITY[n -TIES]

EXPATan expatriate person [n -S]

EXPATIATE[v EXPATIATED, EXPATIATING, EXPATIATES]

EXPATIATEDEXPATIATE [v]

EXPATIATESEXPATIATE [v]

EXPATIATINGEXPATIATE [v]

EXPATIATION[n -S]

EXPATIATIONSEXPATIATION [n]

EXPATRIATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

EXPATRIATEDEXPATRIATE [v]

EXPATRIATESEXPATRIATE [v]

EXPATRIATINGEXPATRIATE [v]

EXPATRIATION[n -S]

EXPATRIATIONSEXPATRIATION [n]

EXPATRIATISM[n -S]

EXPATRIATISMSEXPATRIATISM [n]

EXPATSEXPAT, an expatriate person [n]

EXPECTto anticipate [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXPECTABLE[adj]

EXPECTABLY[adv]

EXPECTANCE[n -S]

EXPECTANCESEXPECTANCE [n]

EXPECTANCIESEXPECTANCY [n]

EXPECTANCY[n -CIES]

EXPECTANT[n -S]

EXPECTANTLY[adv]

EXPECTANTSEXPECTANT [n]

EXPECTATION[n -S]

EXPECTATIONAL[adj]

EXPECTATIONSEXPECTATION [n]

EXPECTATIVE[adj]

EXPECTEDEXPECT, to anticipate [v]

EXPECTEDLY[adv]

EXPECTEDNESS[n -ES]

EXPECTEDNESSESEXPECTEDNESS [n]

EXPECTERone that expects (to anticipate) [n -S]

EXPECTERSEXPECTER, one that expects (to anticipate) [n]

EXPECTINGEXPECT, to anticipate [v]

EXPECTORANT[n -S]

EXPECTORANTSEXPECTORANT [n]

EXPECTORATE[v -RATED, -RATING, -RATES]

EXPECTORATEDEXPECTORATE [v]

EXPECTORATESEXPECTORATE [v]

EXPECTORATINGEXPECTORATE [v]

EXPECTORATION[n -S]

EXPECTORATIONSEXPECTORATION [n]

EXPECTSEXPECT, to anticipate [v]

EXPEDIENCE[n -S]

EXPEDIENCESEXPEDIENCE [n]

EXPEDIENCIESEXPEDIENCY [n]

EXPEDIENCY[n -CIES]

EXPEDIENT[n -S]

EXPEDIENTIAL[adj]

EXPEDIENTLY[adv]

EXPEDIENTSEXPEDIENT [n]

EXPEDITEto speed up the progress of [v -DITED, -DITING, -DITES]

EXPEDITEDEXPEDITE, to speed up the progress of [v]

EXPEDITER[n -S]

EXPEDITERSEXPEDITER [n]

EXPEDITESEXPEDITE, to speed up the progress of [v]

EXPEDITINGEXPEDITE, to speed up the progress of [v]

EXPEDITION[n -S]

EXPEDITIONARY[adj]

EXPEDITIONSEXPEDITION [n]

EXPEDITIOUS[adj]

EXPEDITIOUSLY[adv]

EXPEDITIOUSNESS[n -ES]

EXPEDITOR[n -S]

EXPEDITORSEXPEDITOR [n]

EXPELto force out [v -PELLED, -PELLING, -PELS]

EXPELLABLE[adj]

EXPELLANT[n -S]

EXPELLANTSEXPELLANT [n]

EXPELLEDEXPEL, to force out [v]

EXPELLEEa deportee (one who is deported) [n -S]

EXPELLEESEXPELLEE, a deportee (one who is deported) [n]

EXPELLENT[n -S]

EXPELLENTSEXPELLENT [n]

EXPELLERone that expels (to force out) [n -S]

EXPELLERSEXPELLER, one that expels (to force out) [n]

EXPELLINGEXPEL, to force out [v]

EXPELSEXPEL, to force out [v]

EXPENDto use up [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXPENDABILITIESEXPENDABILITY [n]

EXPENDABILITY[n -TIES]

EXPENDABLE[n -S]

EXPENDABLESEXPENDABLE [n]

EXPENDEDEXPEND, to use up [v]

EXPENDERone that expends (to use up) [n -S]

EXPENDERSEXPENDER, one that expends (to use up) [n]

EXPENDINGEXPEND, to use up [v]

EXPENDITURE[n -S]

EXPENDITURESEXPENDITURE [n]

EXPENDSEXPEND, to use up [v]

EXPENSEto charge with costs [v -PENSED, -PENSING, -PENSES]

EXPENSEDEXPENSE, to charge with costs [v]

EXPENSESEXPENSE, to charge with costs [v]

EXPENSINGEXPENSE, to charge with costs [v]

EXPENSIVE[adj]

EXPENSIVELY[adv]

EXPENSIVENESS[n -ES]

EXPENSIVENESSESEXPENSIVENESS [n]

EXPERIENCE[v -ENCED, -ENCING, -ENCES]

EXPERIENCEDEXPERIENCE [v]

EXPERIENCESEXPERIENCE [v]

EXPERIENCINGEXPERIENCE [v]

EXPERIENTIAL[adj]

EXPERIENTIALLY[adv]

EXPERIMENT[v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXPERIMENTAL[adj]

EXPERIMENTALISM[n -S]

EXPERIMENTALIST[n -S]

EXPERIMENTALLY[adv]

EXPERIMENTATION[n -S]

EXPERIMENTEDEXPERIMENT [v]

EXPERIMENTER[n -S]

EXPERIMENTERSEXPERIMENTER [n]

EXPERIMENTINGEXPERIMENT [v]

EXPERIMENTSEXPERIMENT [v]

EXPERTto serve as an authority [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXPERTEDEXPERT, to serve as an authority [v]

EXPERTINGEXPERT, to serve as an authority [v]

EXPERTISE[n -S]

EXPERTISESEXPERTISE [n]

EXPERTISM[n -S]

EXPERTISMSEXPERTISM [n]

EXPERTIZE[v -IZED, -IZING, -IZES]

EXPERTIZEDEXPERTIZE [v]

EXPERTIZESEXPERTIZE [v]

EXPERTIZINGEXPERTIZE [v]

EXPERTLYskillfully [adv]

EXPERTNESS[n -ES]

EXPERTNESSESEXPERTNESS [n]

EXPERTSEXPERT, to serve as an authority [v]

EXPIABLEcapable of being expiated [adj]

EXPIATEto atone for [v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

EXPIATEDEXPIATE, to atone for [v]

EXPIATESEXPIATE, to atone for [v]

EXPIATINGEXPIATE, to atone for [v]

EXPIATION[n -S]

EXPIATIONSEXPIATION [n]

EXPIATORone that expiates (to atone for) [n -S]

EXPIATORSEXPIATOR, one that expiates (to atone for) [n]

EXPIATORY[adj]

EXPIRATION[n -S]

EXPIRATIONSEXPIRATION [n]

EXPIRATORY[adj]

EXPIREto come to an end [v -PIRED, -PIRING, -PIRES]

EXPIREDEXPIRE, to come to an end [v]

EXPIRERone that expires (to come to an end) [n -S]

EXPIRERSEXPIRER, one that expires (to come to an end) [n]

EXPIRESEXPIRE, to come to an end [v]

EXPIRIESEXPIRY, a termination [n]

EXPIRINGEXPIRE, to come to an end [v]

EXPIRYa termination [n -RIES]

EXPLAINto make plain or understandable [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXPLAINABLE[adj]

EXPLAINEDEXPLAIN, to make plain or understandable [v]

EXPLAINER[n -S]

EXPLAINERSEXPLAINER [n]

EXPLAININGEXPLAIN, to make plain or understandable [v]

EXPLAINSEXPLAIN, to make plain or understandable [v]

EXPLANATION[n -S]

EXPLANATIONSEXPLANATION [n]

EXPLANATIVE[adj]

EXPLANATIVELY[adv]

EXPLANATORILY[adv]

EXPLANATORY[adj]

EXPLANTto remove from the natural site of growth and place in a medium [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXPLANTATION[n -S]

EXPLANTATIONSEXPLANTATION [n]

EXPLANTEDEXPLANT, to remove from the natural site of growth and place in a medium [v]

EXPLANTINGEXPLANT, to remove from the natural site of growth and place in a medium [v]

EXPLANTSEXPLANT, to remove from the natural site of growth and place in a medium [v]

EXPLETIVE[n -S]

EXPLETIVESEXPLETIVE [n]

EXPLETORY[adj]

EXPLICABLE[adj]

EXPLICABLY[adv]

EXPLICATE[v -CATED, -CATING, -CATES]

EXPLICATEDEXPLICATE [v]

EXPLICATESEXPLICATE [v]

EXPLICATINGEXPLICATE [v]

EXPLICATION[n -S]

EXPLICATIONSEXPLICATION [n]

EXPLICATIVE[adj]

EXPLICATIVELY[adv]

EXPLICATOR[n -S]

EXPLICATORSEXPLICATOR [n]

EXPLICATORY[adj]

EXPLICITa statement formerly used at the close of a book [n -S]

EXPLICITLY[adv]

EXPLICITNESS[n -ES]

EXPLICITNESSESEXPLICITNESS [n]

EXPLICITSEXPLICIT, a statement formerly used at the close of a book [n]

EXPLODEto blow up [v -PLODED, -PLODING, -PLODES]

EXPLODEDEXPLODE, to blow up [v]

EXPLODERone that explodes (to blow up) [n -S]

EXPLODERSEXPLODER, one that explodes (to blow up) [n]

EXPLODESEXPLODE, to blow up [v]

EXPLODINGEXPLODE, to blow up [v]

EXPLOITto take advantage of [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXPLOITABLE[adj]

EXPLOITATION[n -S]

EXPLOITATIONSEXPLOITATION [n]

EXPLOITATIVE[adj]

EXPLOITATIVELY[adv]

EXPLOITEDEXPLOIT, to take advantage of [v]

EXPLOITER[n -S]

EXPLOITERSEXPLOITER [n]

EXPLOITINGEXPLOIT, to take advantage of [v]

EXPLOITIVE[adj]

EXPLOITSEXPLOIT, to take advantage of [v]

EXPLORATION[n -S]

EXPLORATIONAL[adj]

EXPLORATIONSEXPLORATION [n]

EXPLORATIVE[adj]

EXPLORATIVELY[adv]

EXPLORATORY[adj]

EXPLOREto travel through for the purpose of discovery [v -PLORED, -PLORING, -PLORES]

EXPLOREDEXPLORE, to travel through for the purpose of discovery [v]

EXPLORERone that explores (to travel through for the purpose of discovery) [n -S]

EXPLORERSEXPLORER, one that explores (to travel through for the purpose of discovery) [n]

EXPLORESEXPLORE, to travel through for the purpose of discovery [v]

EXPLORINGEXPLORE, to travel through for the purpose of discovery [v]

EXPLOSION[n -S]

EXPLOSIONSEXPLOSION [n]

EXPLOSIVE[n -S]

EXPLOSIVELY[adv]

EXPLOSIVENESS[n -ES]

EXPLOSIVENESSESEXPLOSIVENESS [n]

EXPLOSIVESEXPLOSIVE [n]

EXPOa public exhibition [n -POS]

EXPONENTone who expounds (to explain in detail) [n -S]

EXPONENTIAL[n -S]

EXPONENTIALLY[adv]

EXPONENTIALSEXPONENTIAL [n]

EXPONENTIATION[n -S]

EXPONENTIATIONSEXPONENTIATION [n]

EXPONENTSEXPONENT, one who expounds (to explain in detail) [n]

EXPORTto send to other countries for commercial purposes [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXPORTABILITIESEXPORTABILITY [n]

EXPORTABILITY[n -TIES]

EXPORTABLE[adj]

EXPORTATION[n -S]

EXPORTATIONSEXPORTATION [n]

EXPORTEDEXPORT, to send to other countries for commercial purposes [v]

EXPORTERone that exports (to send to other countries for commercial purposes) [n -S]

EXPORTERSEXPORTER, one that exports (to send to other countries for commercial purposes) [n]

EXPORTINGEXPORT, to send to other countries for commercial purposes [v]

EXPORTSEXPORT, to send to other countries for commercial purposes [v]

EXPOSEXPO, a public exhibition [n]

EXPOSABLE[adj]

EXPOSALan exposure (the act of exposing (to lay open to view)) [n -S]

EXPOSALSEXPOSAL, an exposure (the act of exposing (to lay open to view)) [n]

EXPOSEto lay open to view [v -POSED, -POSING, -POSES]

EXPOSEDEXPOSE, to lay open to view [v]

EXPOSERone that exposes (to lay open to view) [n -S]

EXPOSERSEXPOSER, one that exposes (to lay open to view) [n]

EXPOSESEXPOSE, to lay open to view [v]

EXPOSINGEXPOSE, to lay open to view [v]

EXPOSITto expound (to explain in detail) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXPOSITEDEXPOSIT, to expound (to explain in detail) [v]

EXPOSITINGEXPOSIT, to expound (to explain in detail) [v]

EXPOSITION[n -S]

EXPOSITIONAL[adj]

EXPOSITIONSEXPOSITION [n]

EXPOSITIVE[adj]

EXPOSITOR[n -S]

EXPOSITORSEXPOSITOR [n]

EXPOSITORY[adj]

EXPOSITSEXPOSIT, to expound (to explain in detail) [v]

EXPOSTULATE[v -LATED, -LATING, -LATES]

EXPOSTULATEDEXPOSTULATE [v]

EXPOSTULATESEXPOSTULATE [v]

EXPOSTULATINGEXPOSTULATE [v]

EXPOSTULATION[n -S]

EXPOSTULATIONSEXPOSTULATION [n]

EXPOSTULATORY[adj]

EXPOSUREthe act of exposing (to lay open to view) [n -S]

EXPOSURESEXPOSURE, the act of exposing (to lay open to view) [n]

EXPOUNDto explain in detail [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXPOUNDEDEXPOUND, to explain in detail [v]

EXPOUNDER[n -S]

EXPOUNDERSEXPOUNDER [n]

EXPOUNDINGEXPOUND, to explain in detail [v]

EXPOUNDSEXPOUND, to explain in detail [v]

EXPRESSto set forth in words [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

EXPRESSAGE[n -S]

EXPRESSAGESEXPRESSAGE [n]

EXPRESSEDEXPRESS, to set forth in words [v]

EXPRESSER[n -S]

EXPRESSERSEXPRESSER [n]

EXPRESSESEXPRESS, to set forth in words [v]

EXPRESSIBLE[adj]

EXPRESSINGEXPRESS, to set forth in words [v]

EXPRESSION[n -S]

EXPRESSIONAL[adj]

EXPRESSIONISM[n -S]

EXPRESSIONISMSEXPRESSIONISM [n]

EXPRESSIONIST[n -S]

EXPRESSIONISTIC[adj]

EXPRESSIONISTSEXPRESSIONIST [n]

EXPRESSIONLESS[adj]

EXPRESSIONSEXPRESSION [n]

EXPRESSIVE[adj]

EXPRESSIVELY[adv]

EXPRESSIVENESS[n -ES]

EXPRESSIVITIESEXPRESSIVITY [n]

EXPRESSIVITY[n -TIES]

EXPRESSLY[adv]

EXPRESSMAN[n EXPRESSMEN]

EXPRESSMENEXPRESSMAN [n]

EXPRESSOespresso (a strong coffee) [n -SOS]

EXPRESSOSEXPRESSO, espresso (a strong coffee) [n]

EXPRESSWAY[n -WAYS]

EXPRESSWAYSEXPRESSWAY [n]

EXPROPRIATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

EXPROPRIATEDEXPROPRIATE [v]

EXPROPRIATESEXPROPRIATE [v]

EXPROPRIATINGEXPROPRIATE [v]

EXPROPRIATION[n -S]

EXPROPRIATIONSEXPROPRIATION [n]

EXPROPRIATOR[n -S]

EXPROPRIATORSEXPROPRIATOR [n]

EXPULSEto expel (to force out) [v -PULSED, -PULSING, -PULSES]

EXPULSEDEXPULSE, to expel (to force out) [v]

EXPULSESEXPULSE, to expel (to force out) [v]

EXPULSINGEXPULSE, to expel (to force out) [v]

EXPULSION[n -S]

EXPULSIONSEXPULSION [n]

EXPULSIVE[adj]

EXPUNCTION[n -S]

EXPUNCTIONSEXPUNCTION [n]

EXPUNGEto delete (to remove written or printed matter) [v -PUNGED, -PUNGING, -PUNGES]

EXPUNGEDEXPUNGE, to delete (to remove written or printed matter) [v]

EXPUNGERone that expunges (to delete (to remove written or printed matter)) [n -S]

EXPUNGERSEXPUNGER, one that expunges (to delete (to remove written or printed matter)) [n]

EXPUNGESEXPUNGE, to delete (to remove written or printed matter) [v]

EXPUNGINGEXPUNGE, to delete (to remove written or printed matter) [v]

EXPURGATE[v -GATED, -GATING, -GATES]

EXPURGATEDEXPURGATE [v]

EXPURGATESEXPURGATE [v]

EXPURGATINGEXPURGATE [v]

EXPURGATION[n -S]

EXPURGATIONSEXPURGATION [n]

EXPURGATOR[n -S]

EXPURGATORIAL[adj]

EXPURGATORSEXPURGATOR [n]

EXPURGATORY[adj]

EXQUISITE[n -S]

EXQUISITELY[adv]

EXQUISITENESS[n -ES]

EXQUISITENESSESEXQUISITENESS [n]

EXQUISITESEXQUISITE [n]

EXSANGUINATE[v -NATED, -NATING, -NATES]

EXSANGUINATEDEXSANGUINATE [v]

EXSANGUINATESEXSANGUINATE [v]

EXSANGUINATINGEXSANGUINATE [v]

EXSANGUINATION[n -S]

EXSANGUINATIONSEXSANGUINATION [n]

EXSCINDto cut out [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXSCINDEDEXSCIND, to cut out [v]

EXSCINDINGEXSCIND, to cut out [v]

EXSCINDSEXSCIND, to cut out [v]

EXSECANTa trigonometric function of an angle [n -S]

EXSECANTSEXSECANT, a trigonometric function of an angle [n]

EXSECTto cut out [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXSECTEDEXSECT, to cut out [v]

EXSECTINGEXSECT, to cut out [v]

EXSECTION[n -S]

EXSECTIONSEXSECTION [n]

EXSECTSEXSECT, to cut out [v]

EXSERTto thrust out [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXSERTEDEXSERT, to thrust out [v]

EXSERTILE[adj]

EXSERTINGEXSERT, to thrust out [v]

EXSERTION[n -S]

EXSERTIONSEXSERTION [n]

EXSERTSEXSERT, to thrust out [v]

EXSICCATE[v -CATED, -CATING, -CATES]

EXSICCATEDEXSICCATE [v]

EXSICCATESEXSICCATE [v]

EXSICCATINGEXSICCATE [v]

EXSICCATION[n -S]

EXSICCATIONSEXSICCATION [n]

EXSOLUTION[n -S]

EXSOLUTIONSEXSOLUTION [n]

EXSTROPHIESEXSTROPHY [n]

EXSTROPHY[n -PHIES]

EXTANTstill in existence [adj]

EXTEMPORAL[adj]

EXTEMPORALLY[adv]

EXTEMPORANEITY[n -TIES]

EXTEMPORANEOUS[adj]

EXTEMPORARILY[adv]

EXTEMPORARY[adj]

EXTEMPORE[adv]

EXTEMPORISATION[n -S]

EXTEMPORISE[v -RISED, -RISING, -RISES]

EXTEMPORISEDEXTEMPORISE [v]

EXTEMPORISESEXTEMPORISE [v]

EXTEMPORISINGEXTEMPORISE [v]

EXTEMPORIZATION[n -S]

EXTEMPORIZE[v -RIZED, -RIZING, -RIZES]

EXTEMPORIZEDEXTEMPORIZE [v]

EXTEMPORIZER[n -S]

EXTEMPORIZERSEXTEMPORIZER [n]

EXTEMPORIZESEXTEMPORIZE [v]

EXTEMPORIZINGEXTEMPORIZE [v]

EXTENDto stretch out to full length [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXTENDABILITIESEXTENDABILITY [n]

EXTENDABILITY[n -TIES]

EXTENDABLE[adj]

EXTENDEDEXTEND, to stretch out to full length [v]

EXTENDEDLY[adv]

EXTENDEDNESS[n -ES]

EXTENDEDNESSESEXTENDEDNESS [n]

EXTENDERa substance added to another substance [n -S]

EXTENDERSEXTENDER, a substance added to another substance [n]

EXTENDIBLE[adj]

EXTENDINGEXTEND, to stretch out to full length [v]

EXTENDSEXTEND, to stretch out to full length [v]

EXTENSIBILITIESEXTENSIBILITY [n]

EXTENSIBILITY[n -TIES]

EXTENSIBLE[adj]

EXTENSILE[adj]

EXTENSION[n -S]

EXTENSIONAL[adj]

EXTENSIONALITY[n -TIES]

EXTENSIONALLY[adv]

EXTENSIONSEXTENSION [n]

EXTENSITIESEXTENSITY [n]

EXTENSITY[n -TIES]

EXTENSIVE[adj]

EXTENSIVELY[adv]

EXTENSIVENESS[n -ES]

EXTENSIVENESSESEXTENSIVENESS [n]

EXTENSOMETER[n -S]

EXTENSOMETERSEXTENSOMETER [n]

EXTENSORa muscle that extends a limb [n -S]

EXTENSORSEXTENSOR, a muscle that extends a limb [n]

EXTENTthe range over which something extends [n -S]

EXTENTSEXTENT, the range over which something extends [n]

EXTENUATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

EXTENUATEDEXTENUATE [v]

EXTENUATESEXTENUATE [v]

EXTENUATINGEXTENUATE [v]

EXTENUATION[n -S]

EXTENUATIONSEXTENUATION [n]

EXTENUATOR[n -S]

EXTENUATORSEXTENUATOR [n]

EXTENUATORY[adj]

EXTERIORa part or surface that is outside [n -S]

EXTERIORISE[v -ISED, -ISING, -ISES]

EXTERIORISEDEXTERIORISE [v]

EXTERIORISESEXTERIORISE [v]

EXTERIORISINGEXTERIORISE [v]

EXTERIORITIESEXTERIORITY [n]

EXTERIORITY[n -TIES]

EXTERIORIZATION[n -S]

EXTERIORIZE[v -IZED, -IZING, -IZES]

EXTERIORIZEDEXTERIORIZE [v]

EXTERIORIZESEXTERIORIZE [v]

EXTERIORIZINGEXTERIORIZE [v]

EXTERIORLY[adv]

EXTERIORSEXTERIOR, a part or surface that is outside [n]

EXTERMINATE[v -NATED, -NATING, -NATES]

EXTERMINATEDEXTERMINATE [v]

EXTERMINATESEXTERMINATE [v]

EXTERMINATINGEXTERMINATE [v]

EXTERMINATION[n -S]

EXTERMINATIONSEXTERMINATION [n]

EXTERMINATOR[n -S]

EXTERMINATORSEXTERMINATOR [n]

EXTERMINATORY[adj]

EXTERMINE[v -MINED, -MINING, -MINES]

EXTERMINEDEXTERMINE [v]

EXTERMINESEXTERMINE [v]

EXTERMININGEXTERMINE [v]

EXTERNa nonresident of an institution [n -S]

EXTERNALan exterior (a part or surface that is outside) [n -S]

EXTERNALISATION[n -S]

EXTERNALISE[v -ISED, -ISING, -ISES]

EXTERNALISEDEXTERNALISE [v]

EXTERNALISESEXTERNALISE [v]

EXTERNALISINGEXTERNALISE [v]

EXTERNALISM[n -S]

EXTERNALISMSEXTERNALISM [n]

EXTERNALITIESEXTERNALITY [n]

EXTERNALITY[n -TIES]

EXTERNALIZATION[n -S]

EXTERNALIZE[v -IZED, -IZING, -IZES]

EXTERNALIZEDEXTERNALIZE [v]

EXTERNALIZESEXTERNALIZE [v]

EXTERNALIZINGEXTERNALIZE [v]

EXTERNALLY[adv]

EXTERNALSEXTERNAL, an exterior (a part or surface that is outside) [n]

EXTERNEextern (a nonresident of an institution) [n -S]

EXTERNESEXTERNE, extern (a nonresident of an institution) [n]

EXTERNSEXTERN, a nonresident of an institution [n]

EXTERNSHIP[n -S]

EXTERNSHIPSEXTERNSHIP [n]

EXTEROCEPTIVE[adj]

EXTEROCEPTOR[n -S]

EXTEROCEPTORSEXTEROCEPTOR [n]

EXTERRITORIAL[adj]

EXTINCTto extinguish [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXTINCTEDEXTINCT, to extinguish [v]

EXTINCTINGEXTINCT, to extinguish [v]

EXTINCTION[n -S]

EXTINCTIONSEXTINCTION [n]

EXTINCTIVE[adj]

EXTINCTSEXTINCT, to extinguish [v]

EXTINGUISH[v -ED, -ING, -ES]

EXTINGUISHABLE[adj]

EXTINGUISHEDEXTINGUISH [v]

EXTINGUISHER[n -S]

EXTINGUISHERSEXTINGUISHER [n]

EXTINGUISHESEXTINGUISH [v]

EXTINGUISHINGEXTINGUISH [v]

EXTINGUISHMENT[n -S]

EXTINGUISHMENTSEXTINGUISHMENT [n]

EXTIRPATE[v -PATED, -PATING, -PATES]

EXTIRPATEDEXTIRPATE [v]

EXTIRPATESEXTIRPATE [v]

EXTIRPATINGEXTIRPATE [v]

EXTIRPATION[n -S]

EXTIRPATIONSEXTIRPATION [n]

EXTIRPATOR[n -S]

EXTIRPATORSEXTIRPATOR [n]

EXTOLto praise highly [v -TOLLED, -TOLLING, -TOLS]

EXTOLLto extol (to praise highly) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXTOLLEDEXTOL, to praise highly [v]

EXTOLLERone that extols (to praise highly) [n -S]

EXTOLLERSEXTOLLER, one that extols (to praise highly) [n]

EXTOLLINGEXTOL, to praise highly [v]

EXTOLLSEXTOLL, to extol (to praise highly) [v]

EXTOLMENT[n -S]

EXTOLMENTSEXTOLMENT [n]

EXTOLSEXTOL, to praise highly [v]

EXTORTto obtain from a person by violence or intimidation [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXTORTEDEXTORT, to obtain from a person by violence or intimidation [v]

EXTORTERone that extorts (to obtain from a person by violence or intimidation) [n -S]

EXTORTERSEXTORTER, one that extorts (to obtain from a person by violence or intimidation) [n]

EXTORTINGEXTORT, to obtain from a person by violence or intimidation [v]

EXTORTION[n -S]

EXTORTIONARY[adj]

EXTORTIONATE[adj]

EXTORTIONATELY[adv]

EXTORTIONER[n -S]

EXTORTIONERSEXTORTIONER [n]

EXTORTIONIST[n -S]

EXTORTIONISTSEXTORTIONIST [n]

EXTORTIONSEXTORTION [n]

EXTORTIVE[adj]

EXTORTSEXTORT, to obtain from a person by violence or intimidation [v]

EXTRAsomething additional [n -S]

EXTRABOLD[n -S]

EXTRABOLDSEXTRABOLD [n]

EXTRACELLULAR[adj]

EXTRACELLULARLY[adv]

EXTRACORPOREAL[adj]

EXTRACRANIAL[adj]

EXTRACTto pull or draw out [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXTRACTABILITY[n -TIES]

EXTRACTABLE[adj]

EXTRACTEDEXTRACT, to pull or draw out [v]

EXTRACTINGEXTRACT, to pull or draw out [v]

EXTRACTION[n -S]

EXTRACTIONSEXTRACTION [n]

EXTRACTIVE[n -S]

EXTRACTIVELY[adv]

EXTRACTIVESEXTRACTIVE [n]

EXTRACTOR[n -S]

EXTRACTORSEXTRACTOR [n]

EXTRACTSEXTRACT, to pull or draw out [v]

EXTRACURRICULAR[n -S]

EXTRADITABLE[adj]

EXTRADITE[v -DITED, -DITING, -DITES]

EXTRADITEDEXTRADITE [v]

EXTRADITESEXTRADITE [v]

EXTRADITINGEXTRADITE [v]

EXTRADITION[n -S]

EXTRADITIONSEXTRADITION [n]

EXTRADOSthe outer curve of an arch [n -ES]

EXTRADOSESEXTRADOS, the outer curve of an arch [n]

EXTRAEMBRYONIC[adj]

EXTRAGALACTIC[adj]

EXTRAHEPATIC[adj]

EXTRAJUDICIAL[adj]

EXTRAJUDICIALLY[adv]

EXTRALEGAL[adj]

EXTRALEGALLY[adv]

EXTRALIMITAL[adj]

EXTRALINGUISTIC[adj]

EXTRALITERARY[adj]

EXTRALITIESEXTRALITY [n]

EXTRALITY[n -TIES]

EXTRALOGICAL[adj]

EXTRAMARITAL[adj]

EXTRAMUNDANE[adj]

EXTRAMURAL[adj]

EXTRAMURALLY[adv]

EXTRAMUSICAL[adj]

EXTRANEOUS[adj]

EXTRANEOUSLY[adv]

EXTRANEOUSNESS[n -ES]

EXTRANETan intranet that permits limited access by outsiders [n -S]

EXTRANETSEXTRANET, an intranet that permits limited access by outsiders [n]

EXTRANUCLEAR[adj]

EXTRAORDINAIRE[adj]

EXTRAORDINARILY[adv]

EXTRAORDINARY[adj]

EXTRAPOLATE[v -LATED, -LATING, -LATES]

EXTRAPOLATEDEXTRAPOLATE [v]

EXTRAPOLATESEXTRAPOLATE [v]

EXTRAPOLATINGEXTRAPOLATE [v]

EXTRAPOLATION[n -S]

EXTRAPOLATIONSEXTRAPOLATION [n]

EXTRAPOLATIVE[adj]

EXTRAPOLATOR[n -S]

EXTRAPOLATORSEXTRAPOLATOR [n]

EXTRAPYRAMIDAL[adj]

EXTRASEXTRA, something additional [n]

EXTRASENSORY[adj]

EXTRASYSTOLE[n -S]

EXTRASYSTOLESEXTRASYSTOLE [n]

EXTRATEXTUAL[adj]

EXTRAUTERINE[adj]

EXTRAVAGANCE[n -S]

EXTRAVAGANCESEXTRAVAGANCE [n]

EXTRAVAGANCIESEXTRAVAGANCY [n]

EXTRAVAGANCY[n -CIES]

EXTRAVAGANT[adj]

EXTRAVAGANTLY[adv]

EXTRAVAGANZA[n -S]

EXTRAVAGANZASEXTRAVAGANZA [n]

EXTRAVAGATE[v -GATED, -GATING, -GATES]

EXTRAVAGATEDEXTRAVAGATE [v]

EXTRAVAGATESEXTRAVAGATE [v]

EXTRAVAGATINGEXTRAVAGATE [v]

EXTRAVASATE[v -SATED, -SATING, -SATES]

EXTRAVASATEDEXTRAVASATE [v]

EXTRAVASATESEXTRAVASATE [v]

EXTRAVASATINGEXTRAVASATE [v]

EXTRAVASATION[n -S]

EXTRAVASATIONSEXTRAVASATION [n]

EXTRAVASCULAR[adj]

EXTRAVEHICULAR[adj]

EXTRAVERSION[n -S]

EXTRAVERSIONSEXTRAVERSION [n]

EXTRAVERT[n -S]

EXTRAVERTED[adj]

EXTRAVERTSEXTRAVERT [n]

EXTREMAEXTREMUM, a maximum or a minimum of a mathematical function [n]

EXTREMEexisting in a very high degree [adj -TREMER, -TREMEST] / the highest degree [n -S]

EXTREMELY[adv]

EXTREMENESS[n -ES]

EXTREMENESSESEXTREMENESS [n]

EXTREMEREXTREME, existing in a very high degree [adj]

EXTREMESEXTREME, the highest degree [n]

EXTREMESTEXTREME, existing in a very high degree [adj]

EXTREMISM[n -S]

EXTREMISMSEXTREMISM [n]

EXTREMIST[n -S]

EXTREMISTSEXTREMIST [n]

EXTREMITIESEXTREMITY [n]

EXTREMITY[n -TIES]

EXTREMUMa maximum or a minimum of a mathematical function [n -MA]

EXTRICABLE[adj]

EXTRICATE[v -CATED, -CATING, -CATES]

EXTRICATEDEXTRICATE [v]

EXTRICATESEXTRICATE [v]

EXTRICATINGEXTRICATE [v]

EXTRICATION[n -S]

EXTRICATIONSEXTRICATION [n]

EXTRINSIC[adj]

EXTRINSICALLY[adv]

EXTRORSEfacing outward [adj]

EXTROVERSION[n -S]

EXTROVERSIONSEXTROVERSION [n]

EXTROVERT[n -S]

EXTROVERTED[adj]

EXTROVERTSEXTROVERT [n]

EXTRUDABILITIESEXTRUDABILITY [n]

EXTRUDABILITY[n -TIES]

EXTRUDABLE[adj]

EXTRUDEto force, thrust, or push out [v -TRUDED, -TRUDING, -TRUDES]

EXTRUDEDEXTRUDE, to force, thrust, or push out [v]

EXTRUDERone that extrudes (to force, thrust, or push out) [n -S]

EXTRUDERSEXTRUDER, one that extrudes (to force, thrust, or push out) [n]

EXTRUDESEXTRUDE, to force, thrust, or push out [v]

EXTRUDINGEXTRUDE, to force, thrust, or push out [v]

EXTRUSION[n -S]

EXTRUSIONSEXTRUSION [n]

EXTRUSIVE[adj]

EXTUBATEto remove a tube from [v -BATED, -BATING, -BATES]

EXTUBATEDEXTUBATE, to remove a tube from [v]

EXTUBATESEXTUBATE, to remove a tube from [v]

EXTUBATINGEXTUBATE, to remove a tube from [v]

EXUBERANCE[n -S]

EXUBERANCESEXUBERANCE [n]

EXUBERANT[adj]

EXUBERANTLY[adv]

EXUBERATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

EXUBERATEDEXUBERATE [v]

EXUBERATESEXUBERATE [v]

EXUBERATINGEXUBERATE [v]

EXUDATEan exuded substance [n -S]

EXUDATESEXUDATE, an exuded substance [n]

EXUDATION[n -S]

EXUDATIONSEXUDATION [n]

EXUDATIVE[adj]

EXUDEto ooze forth [v -UDED, -UDING, -UDES]

EXUDEDEXUDE, to ooze forth [v]

EXUDESEXUDE, to ooze forth [v]

EXUDINGEXUDE, to ooze forth [v]

EXULTto rejoice greatly [v -ED, -ING, -S]

EXULTANCE[n -S]

EXULTANCESEXULTANCE [n]

EXULTANCIESEXULTANCY [n]

EXULTANCY[n -CIES]

EXULTANTexulting [adj]

EXULTANTLY[adv]

EXULTATION[n -S]

EXULTATIONSEXULTATION [n]

EXULTEDEXULT, to rejoice greatly [v]

EXULTINGEXULT, to rejoice greatly [v]

EXULTINGLY[adv]

EXULTSEXULT, to rejoice greatly [v]

EXURBa residential area lying beyond the suburbs of a city [n -S] : EXURBAN ~adj

EXURBANEXURB, a residential area lying beyond the suburbs of a city [adj]

EXURBANITE[n -S]

EXURBANITESEXURBANITE [n]

EXURBIAan exurb (a residential area lying beyond the suburbs of a city) [n -S]

EXURBIASEXURBIA, an exurb (a residential area lying beyond the suburbs of a city) [n]

EXURBSEXURB, a residential area lying beyond the suburbs of a city [n]

EXUVIAEXUVIUM, the molted covering of an animal [n]

EXUVIAEEXUVIUM, the molted covering of an animal [n]

EXUVIALEXUVIUM, the molted covering of an animal [adj]

EXUVIATEto molt (to cast off an outer covering) [v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

EXUVIATEDEXUVIATE, to molt (to cast off an outer covering) [v]

EXUVIATESEXUVIATE, to molt (to cast off an outer covering) [v]

EXUVIATINGEXUVIATE, to molt (to cast off an outer covering) [v]

EXUVIATION[n -S]

EXUVIATIONSEXUVIATION [n]

EXUVIUMthe molted covering of an animal [n -VIAE or -VIA] : EXUVIAL ~adj

FABLIAUXFABLIAU, a short metrical tale popular in medieval France [n]

FALXa sickle-shaped structure [n FALCES]

FAREBOXa receptacle for fares on a bus [n -ES]

FAREBOXESFAREBOX, a receptacle for fares on a bus [n]

FAUXnot genuine; fake [adj]

FAXto transmit and reproduce by electronic means [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

FAXEDFAX, to transmit and reproduce by electronic means [v]

FAXESFAX, to transmit and reproduce by electronic means [v]

FAXINGFAX, to transmit and reproduce by electronic means [v]

FEDEXto send by Federal Express [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

FEDEXEDFEDEX, to send by Federal Express [v]

FEDEXESFEDEX, to send by Federal Express [v]

FEDEXINGFEDEX, to send by Federal Express [v]

FEEDBOXa box for animal feed [n -ES]

FEEDBOXESFEEDBOX, a box for animal feed [n]

FELLATRIX[n -TRIXES or -TRICES]

FELLATRIXESFELLATRIX [n]

FERREDOXIN[n -S]

FERREDOXINSFERREDOXIN [n]

FIREBOXa chamber in which fuel is burned [n -ES]

FIREBOXESFIREBOX, a chamber in which fuel is burned [n]

FIXto repair (to restore to good condition) [v FIXED or FIXT, FIXING, FIXES] : FIXABLE ~adj

FIXABLEFIX, to repair (to restore to good condition) [adj]

FIXATEto make stable or stationary [v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

FIXATEDFIXATE, to make stable or stationary [v]

FIXATESFIXATE, to make stable or stationary [v]

FIXATIFfixative (a substance for preserving paintings or drawings) [n -S]

FIXATIFSFIXATIF, fixative (a substance for preserving paintings or drawings) [n]

FIXATINGFIXATE, to make stable or stationary [v]

FIXATIONthe act of fixating (to make stable or stationary) [n -S]

FIXATIONSFIXATION, the act of fixating (to make stable or stationary) [n]

FIXATIVEa substance for preserving paintings or drawings [n -S]

FIXATIVESFIXATIVE, a substance for preserving paintings or drawings [n]

FIXEDFIX, to repair (to restore to good condition) [v]

FIXEDLYfirmly (in a firm manner) [adv]

FIXEDNESS[n -ES]

FIXEDNESSESFIXEDNESS [n]

FIXERone that fixes (to repair (to restore to good condition)) [n -S]

FIXERSFIXER, one that fixes (to repair (to restore to good condition)) [n]

FIXESFIX, to repair (to restore to good condition) [v]

FIXINGFIX, to repair (to restore to good condition) [v]

FIXINGSaccompaniments to the main dish of a meal [n]

FIXITinvolved with fixing things [adj]

FIXITIESFIXITY, stability [n]

FIXITYstability [n -TIES]

FIXTFIX, to repair (to restore to good condition) [v]

FIXTUREa permanent part or appendage of a house [n -S]

FIXTURESFIXTURE, a permanent part or appendage of a house [n]

FIXUREfirmness (the state of being firm (unyielding to pressure)) [n -S]

FIXURESFIXURE, firmness (the state of being firm (unyielding to pressure)) [n]

FLAMBEAUXFLAMBEAU, a flaming torch [n]

FLAXan annual herb [n -ES]

FLAXENof a pale yellow color [adj]

FLAXESFLAX, an annual herb [n]

FLAXIERFLAXY, flaxen (of a pale yellow color) [adj]

FLAXIESTFLAXY, flaxen (of a pale yellow color) [adj]

FLAXSEEDthe seed of flax [n -S]

FLAXSEEDSFLAXSEED, the seed of flax [n]

FLAXYflaxen (of a pale yellow color) [adj FLAXIER, FLAXIEST]

FLEXto bend (to curve (to deviate from straightness)) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

FLEXAGONa folded paper construction [n -S]

FLEXAGONSFLEXAGON, a folded paper construction [n]

FLEXEDFLEX, to bend (to curve (to deviate from straightness)) [v]

FLEXESFLEX, to bend (to curve (to deviate from straightness)) [v]

FLEXIBILITIESFLEXIBILITY [n]

FLEXIBILITY[n -TIES]

FLEXIBLEcapable of being bent [adj] : FLEXIBLY ~adv

FLEXIBLYFLEXIBLE, capable of being bent [adv]

FLEXILEflexible (capable of being bent) [adj]

FLEXINGFLEX, to bend (to curve (to deviate from straightness)) [v]

FLEXIONflection (the act of bending (to curve)) [n -S]

FLEXIONAL[adj]

FLEXIONSFLEXION, flection (the act of bending (to curve)) [n]

FLEXITIME[n -S]

FLEXITIMESFLEXITIME [n]

FLEXOGRAPHIC[adj]

FLEXOGRAPHIESFLEXOGRAPHY [n]

FLEXOGRAPHY[n -PHIES]

FLEXORa muscle that serves to bend a bodily part [n -S]

FLEXORSFLEXOR, a muscle that serves to bend a bodily part [n]

FLEXTIMEa system that allows flexible working hours [n -S]

FLEXTIMER[n -S]

FLEXTIMERSFLEXTIMER [n]

FLEXTIMESFLEXTIME, a system that allows flexible working hours [n]

FLEXUOSEflexuous (winding) [adj]

FLEXUOUSwinding [adj]

FLEXURALFLEXURE, the act of bending (to curve (to deviate from straightness)) [adj]

FLEXUREthe act of bending (to curve (to deviate from straightness)) [n -S] : FLEXURAL ~adj

FLEXURESFLEXURE, the act of bending (to curve (to deviate from straightness)) [n]

FLUIDEXTRACT[n -S]

FLUIDEXTRACTSFLUIDEXTRACT [n]

FLUMMOXto confuse (to mix up mentally) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

FLUMMOXEDFLUMMOX, to confuse (to mix up mentally) [v]

FLUMMOXESFLUMMOX, to confuse (to mix up mentally) [v]

FLUMMOXINGFLUMMOX, to confuse (to mix up mentally) [v]

FLUOXETINE[n -S]

FLUOXETINESFLUOXETINE [n]

FLUXto melt (to change from a solid to a liquid state by heat) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

FLUXEDFLUX, to melt (to change from a solid to a liquid state by heat) [v]

FLUXESFLUX, to melt (to change from a solid to a liquid state by heat) [v]

FLUXGATEa device to measure a magnetic field [n -S]

FLUXGATESFLUXGATE, a device to measure a magnetic field [n]

FLUXINGFLUX, to melt (to change from a solid to a liquid state by heat) [v]

FLUXIONthe act of flowing (to move steadily and smoothly along) [n -S]

FLUXIONAL[adj]

FLUXIONSFLUXION, the act of flowing (to move steadily and smoothly along) [n]

FORNIXan arched anatomical structure [n -NICES] : FORNICAL ~adj

FOURPLEXquadplex (a building having four units) [n -ES]

FOURPLEXESFOURPLEX, quadplex (a building having four units) [n]

FOWLPOXa virus disease of poultry [n -ES]

FOWLPOXESFOWLPOX, a virus disease of poultry [n]

FOXto outwit (to get the better of by superior cleverness) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

FOXEDFOX, to outwit (to get the better of by superior cleverness) [v]

FOXESFOX, to outwit (to get the better of by superior cleverness) [v]

FOXFIREa glow produced by certain fungi on decaying wood [n -S]

FOXFIRESFOXFIRE, a glow produced by certain fungi on decaying wood [n]

FOXFISHa large shark [n -ES]

FOXFISHESFOXFISH, a large shark [n]

FOXGLOVEa flowering plant [n -S]

FOXGLOVESFOXGLOVE, a flowering plant [n]

FOXHOLEa small pit used for cover in a battle area [n -S]

FOXHOLESFOXHOLE, a small pit used for cover in a battle area [n]

FOXHOUNDa hunting dog [n -S]

FOXHOUNDSFOXHOUND, a hunting dog [n]

FOXHUNTto hunt with hounds for a fox [v -ED, -ING, -S]

FOXHUNTEDFOXHUNT, to hunt with hounds for a fox [v]

FOXHUNTER[n -S]

FOXHUNTERSFOXHUNTER [n]

FOXHUNTING[n -S]

FOXHUNTINGSFOXHUNTING [n]

FOXHUNTSFOXHUNT, to hunt with hounds for a fox [v]

FOXIERFOXY, crafty (skillful in deceiving) [adj]

FOXIESTFOXY, crafty (skillful in deceiving) [adj]

FOXILYin a foxy manner [adv]

FOXINESSthe state of being foxy (crafty (skillful in deceiving)) [n -ES]

FOXINESSESFOXINESS, the state of being foxy (crafty (skillful in deceiving)) [n]

FOXINGa piece of material used to cover the upper portion of a shoe [n -S]

FOXINGSFOXING, a piece of material used to cover the upper portion of a shoe [n]

FOXLIKEresembling a fox (a carnivorous mammal) [adj]

FOXSKINthe skin of a fox [n -S]

FOXSKINSFOXSKIN, the skin of a fox [n]

FOXTAILthe tail of a fox [n -S]

FOXTAILSFOXTAIL, the tail of a fox [n]

FOXTROTto dance the fox trot (a dance for couples) [v -TROTTED, -TROTTING, -TROTS]

FOXTROTSFOXTROT, to dance the fox trot (a dance for couples) [v]

FOXTROTTEDFOXTROT, to dance the fox trot (a dance for couples) [v]

FOXTROTTINGFOXTROT, to dance the fox trot (a dance for couples) [v]

FOXYcrafty (skillful in deceiving) [adj FOXIER, FOXIEST]

FRAXINELLA[n -S]

FRAXINELLASFRAXINELLA [n]

FUCOXANTHIN[n -S]

FUCOXANTHINSFUCOXANTHIN [n]

FUNPLEXa building with facilities for sports and games [n -ES]

FUNPLEXESFUNPLEX, a building with facilities for sports and games [n]

GALAXan evergreen herb [n -ES]

GALAXESGALAX, an evergreen herb [n]

GALAXIESGALAXY, a large system of celestial bodies [n]

GALAXYa large system of celestial bodies [n -AXIES]

GASPEREAUXGASPEREAU [n]

GATEAUXGATEAU, a fancy cake [n]

GEARBOXan automotive transmission [n -ES]

GEARBOXESGEARBOX, an automotive transmission [n]

GENERATRIX[n -TRICES]

GEOTAXESGEOTAXIS, the movement of an organism in response to gravity [n]

GEOTAXISthe movement of an organism in response to gravity [n -TAXES]

GLOXINIAa tropical plant [n -S]

GLOXINIASGLOXINIA, a tropical plant [n]

GOOGOLPLEX[n -ES]

GOOGOLPLEXESGOOGOLPLEX [n]

GOXgaseous oxygen [n -ES]

GOXESGOX, gaseous oxygen [n]

GRAVLAXcured salmon [n GRAVLAX]

HALLUXthe big toe [n -LUCES] : HALLUCAL ~adj

HANDAXa short-handled ax [n -ES]

HANDAXESHANDAX, a short-handled ax [n]

HAPAXa word that occurs only once [n -ES]

HAPAXESHAPAX, a word that occurs only once [n]

HARUSPEXa soothsayer of ancient Rome [n -PICES]

HATBOXa box for a hat [n -ES]

HATBOXESHATBOX, a box for a hat [n]

HELIXsomething spiral in form [n -LIXES or -LICES]

HELIXESHELIX, something spiral in form [n]

HELLBOXa printer's receptacle [n -ES]

HELLBOXESHELLBOX, a printer's receptacle [n]

HEMATOXYLIN[n -S]

HEMATOXYLINSHEMATOXYLIN [n]

HEMOTOXIC[adj]

HEMOTOXIN[n -S]

HEMOTOXINSHEMOTOXIN [n]

HEPATOTOXIC[adj]

HEPATOTOXICITY[n -TIES]

HERETRIXheritrix (a female heritor (one that inherits (inherit))) [n -TRIXES or -TRICES]

HERETRIXESHERETRIX, heritrix (a female heritor (one that inherits (inherit))) [n]

HERITRIXa female heritor (one that inherits (to receive by legal succession)) [n -TRIXES or -TRICES]

HERITRIXESHERITRIX, a female heritor (one that inherits (to receive by legal succession)) [n]

HETEROAUXIN[n -S]

HETEROAUXINSHETEROAUXIN [n]

HETERODOX[adj]

HETERODOXIESHETERODOXY [n]

HETERODOXY[n -DOXIES]

HETERODUPLEX[n -PLEXES]

HETERODUPLEXESHETERODUPLEX [n]

HETEROSEXUAL[n -S]

HETEROSEXUALITY[n -TIES]

HETEROSEXUALLY[adv]

HETEROSEXUALSHETEROSEXUAL [n]

HEXto cast an evil spell upon [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

HEXACHLORETHANE[n -S]

HEXACHLOROPHENE[n -S]

HEXACHORD[n -S]

HEXACHORDSHEXACHORD [n]

HEXADa group of six [n -S] : HEXADIC ~adj

HEXADEhexad (a group of six) [n -S]

HEXADECIMAL[n -S]

HEXADECIMALSHEXADECIMAL [n]

HEXADESHEXADE, hexad (a group of six) [n]

HEXADICHEXAD, a group of six [adj]

HEXADSHEXAD, a group of six [n]

HEXAGONa polygon having six sides [n -S]

HEXAGONAL[adj]

HEXAGONALLY[adv]

HEXAGONSHEXAGON, a polygon having six sides [n]

HEXAGRAMa six-pointed star [n -S]

HEXAGRAMSHEXAGRAM, a six-pointed star [n]

HEXAHEDRAHEXAHEDRON [n]

HEXAHEDRON[n -DRA or -DRONS]

HEXAHEDRONSHEXAHEDRON [n]

HEXAHYDRATE[n -S]

HEXAHYDRATESHEXAHYDRATE [n]

HEXAMETER[n -S]

HEXAMETERSHEXAMETER [n]

HEXAMETHONIUM[n -S]

HEXAMETHONIUMSHEXAMETHONIUM [n]

HEXAMINEa chemical compound [n -S]

HEXAMINESHEXAMINE, a chemical compound [n]

HEXANEa volatile liquid [n -S]

HEXANESHEXANE, a volatile liquid [n]

HEXAPLAan edition in which six texts are set in parallel columns [n -S] : HEXAPLAR ~adj

HEXAPLARHEXAPLA, an edition in which six texts are set in parallel columns [adj]

HEXAPLASHEXAPLA, an edition in which six texts are set in parallel columns [n]

HEXAPLOID[n -S]

HEXAPLOIDIESHEXAPLOIDY [n]

HEXAPLOIDSHEXAPLOID [n]

HEXAPLOIDY[n -DIES]

HEXAPODa six-legged insect [n -S]

HEXAPODIESHEXAPODY, a line of verse with six feet [n]

HEXAPODSHEXAPOD, a six-legged insect [n]

HEXAPODYa line of verse with six feet [n -DIES]

HEXARCHIESHEXARCHY, a group of six separate states [n]

HEXARCHYa group of six separate states [n -CHIES]

HEXASTICH[n -S]

HEXASTICHSHEXASTICH [n]

HEXEDHEX, to cast an evil spell upon [v]

HEXERone that hexes (to cast an evil spell upon) [n -S]

HEXEREIwitchcraft [n -S]

HEXEREISHEXEREI, witchcraft [n]

HEXERSHEXER, one that hexes (to cast an evil spell upon) [n]

HEXESHEX, to cast an evil spell upon [v]

HEXINGHEX, to cast an evil spell upon [v]

HEXOBARBITAL[n -S]

HEXOBARBITALSHEXOBARBITAL [n]

HEXOKINASE[n -S]

HEXOKINASESHEXOKINASE [n]

HEXONEa hydrocarbon solvent [n -S]

HEXONESHEXONE, a hydrocarbon solvent [n]

HEXOSAMINIDASE[n -S]

HEXOSAMINIDASESHEXOSAMINIDASE [n]

HEXOSANa carbohydrate [n -S]

HEXOSANSHEXOSAN, a carbohydrate [n]

HEXOSEa simple sugar [n -S]

HEXOSESHEXOSE, a simple sugar [n]

HEXYLa hydrocarbon radical [n -S] : HEXYLIC ~adj

HEXYLICHEXYL, a hydrocarbon radical [adj]

HEXYLRESORCINOL[n -S]

HEXYLSHEXYL, a hydrocarbon radical [n]

HOAXto deceive (to mislead by falsehood) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

HOAXEDHOAX, to deceive (to mislead by falsehood) [v]

HOAXERone that hoaxes (to deceive (to mislead by falsehood)) [n -S]

HOAXERSHOAXER, one that hoaxes (to deceive (to mislead by falsehood)) [n]

HOAXESHOAX, to deceive (to mislead by falsehood) [v]

HOAXINGHOAX, to deceive (to mislead by falsehood) [v]

HOMEOBOXa short DNA sequence [n -ES]

HOMEOBOXESHOMEOBOX, a short DNA sequence [n]

HOMOSEXhomosexuality [n -ES]

HOMOSEXESHOMOSEX, homosexuality [n]

HOMOSEXUAL[n -S]

HOMOSEXUALITIESHOMOSEXUALITY [n]

HOMOSEXUALITY[n -TIES]

HOMOSEXUALLY[adv]

HOMOSEXUALSHOMOSEXUAL [n]

HOMOTAXESHOMOTAXIS [n]

HOMOTAXIS[n -TAXES]

HORSEPOXa skin disease of horses [n -ES]

HORSEPOXESHORSEPOX, a skin disease of horses [n]

HOTBOXan overheated bearing of a railroad car [n -ES]

HOTBOXESHOTBOX, an overheated bearing of a railroad car [n]

HUMIDEXan index of discomfort [n -ES]

HUMIDEXESHUMIDEX, an index of discomfort [n]

HYDROPEROXIDE[n -S]

HYDROPEROXIDESHYDROPEROXIDE [n]

HYDROTHORAX[n -RAXES or -RACES]

HYDROTHORAXESHYDROTHORAX [n]

HYDROXIDE[n -S]

HYDROXIDESHYDROXIDE [n]

HYDROXYcontaining hydroxyl [adj]

HYDROXYAPATITE[n -S]

HYDROXYAPATITESHYDROXYAPATITE [n]

HYDROXYLthe radical or group containing oxygen and hydrogen [n -S]

HYDROXYLAMINE[n -S]

HYDROXYLAMINESHYDROXYLAMINE [n]

HYDROXYLAPATITE[n -S]

HYDROXYLASE[n -S]

HYDROXYLASESHYDROXYLASE [n]

HYDROXYLATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

HYDROXYLATEDHYDROXYLATE [v]

HYDROXYLATESHYDROXYLATE [v]

HYDROXYLATINGHYDROXYLATE [v]

HYDROXYLATION[n -S]

HYDROXYLATIONSHYDROXYLATION [n]

HYDROXYLIC[adj]

HYDROXYLSHYDROXYL, the radical or group containing oxygen and hydrogen [n]

HYDROXYPROLINE[n -S]

HYDROXYPROLINESHYDROXYPROLINE [n]

HYDROXYUREA[n -S]

HYDROXYUREASHYDROXYUREA [n]

HYDROXYZINE[n -S]

HYDROXYZINESHYDROXYZINE [n]

HYPERCATALEXESHYPERCATALEXIS [n]

HYPERCATALEXIS[n -LEXES]

HYPERCOMPLEX[adj]

HYPEREXCITABLE[adj]

HYPEREXCITED[adj]

HYPEREXCITEMENT[n -S]

HYPEREXCRETION[n -S]

HYPEREXCRETIONSHYPEREXCRETION [n]

HYPEREXTEND[v -ED, -ING, -S]

HYPEREXTENDEDHYPEREXTEND [v]

HYPEREXTENDINGHYPEREXTEND [v]

HYPEREXTENDSHYPEREXTEND [v]

HYPEREXTENSION[n -S]

HYPEREXTENSIONSHYPEREXTENSION [n]

HYPERPYREXIA[n -S]

HYPERPYREXIASHYPERPYREXIA [n]

HYPERSEXUAL[adj]

HYPERSEXUALITY[n -TIES]

HYPERTEXT[n -S]

HYPERTEXTSHYPERTEXT [n]

HYPOPHARYNX[n -YNXES or -YNGES]

HYPOPHARYNXESHYPOPHARYNX [n]

HYPOTAXESHYPOTAXIS [n]

HYPOTAXIS[n -TAXES]

HYPOXANTHINE[n -S]

HYPOXANTHINESHYPOXANTHINE [n]

HYPOXEMIA[n -S]

HYPOXEMIASHYPOXEMIA [n]

HYPOXEMIC[adj]

HYPOXIAa deficiency of oxygen in body tissue [n -S] : HYPOXIC ~adj

HYPOXIASHYPOXIA, a deficiency of oxygen in body tissue [n]

HYPOXICHYPOXIA, a deficiency of oxygen in body tissue [adj]

HYRAXa small, harelike mammal [n -RAXES or -RACES]

HYRAXESHYRAX, a small, harelike mammal [n]

IBEXa wild goat [n IBEXES or IBICES]

IBEXESIBEX, a wild goat [n]

ICEBOXa cabinet for cooling food [n -ES]

ICEBOXESICEBOX, a cabinet for cooling food [n]

ILEXa holly (a tree) [n -ES]

ILEXESILEX, a holly (a tree) [n]

IMMIXto mix in [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

IMMIXEDIMMIX, to mix in [v]

IMMIXESIMMIX, to mix in [v]

IMMIXINGIMMIX, to mix in [v]

IMMIXTURE[n -S]

IMMIXTURESIMMIXTURE [n]

INDEXa type of reference guide at the end of a book [n INDEXES or INDICES] / to provide with an index [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

INDEXABLE[adj]

INDEXATION[n -S]

INDEXATIONSINDEXATION [n]

INDEXEDINDEX, to provide with an index [v]

INDEXERone that indexes [n -S]

INDEXERSINDEXER, one that indexes [n]

INDEXESINDEX, a type of reference guide at the end of a book [n]

INDEXICAL[n -S]

INDEXICALSINDEXICAL [n]

INDEXINGthe linking of wages and prices to cost-of-living levels [n -S]

INDEXINGSINDEXING, the linking of wages and prices to cost-of-living levels [n]

INDOXYLa chemical compound [n -S]

INDOXYLSINDOXYL, a chemical compound [n]

INEXACTnot exact [adj]

INEXACTITUDE[n -S]

INEXACTITUDESINEXACTITUDE [n]

INEXACTLY[adv]

INEXACTNESS[n -ES]

INEXACTNESSESINEXACTNESS [n]

INEXCUSABLE[adj]

INEXCUSABLENESS[n -ES]

INEXCUSABLY[adv]

INEXHAUSTIBLE[adj]

INEXHAUSTIBLY[adv]

INEXISTENCE[n -S]

INEXISTENCESINEXISTENCE [n]

INEXISTENT[adj]

INEXORABILITIESINEXORABILITY [n]

INEXORABILITY[n -TIES]

INEXORABLE[adj]

INEXORABLENESS[n -ES]

INEXORABLY[adv]

INEXPEDIENCE[n -S]

INEXPEDIENCESINEXPEDIENCE [n]

INEXPEDIENCIESINEXPEDIENCY [n]

INEXPEDIENCY[n -CIES]

INEXPEDIENT[adj]

INEXPEDIENTLY[adv]

INEXPENSIVE[adj]

INEXPENSIVELY[adv]

INEXPENSIVENESS[n -ES]

INEXPERIENCE[n -S]

INEXPERIENCED[adj]

INEXPERIENCESINEXPERIENCE [n]

INEXPERTa novice (a person new to any field or activity) [n -S]

INEXPERTLY[adv]

INEXPERTNESS[n -ES]

INEXPERTNESSESINEXPERTNESS [n]

INEXPERTSINEXPERT, a novice (a person new to any field or activity) [n]

INEXPIABLE[adj]

INEXPIABLY[adv]

INEXPLAINABLE[adj]

INEXPLICABILITY[n -TIES]

INEXPLICABLE[adj]

INEXPLICABLY[adv]

INEXPLICIT[adj]

INEXPRESSIBLE[adj]

INEXPRESSIBLY[adv]

INEXPRESSIVE[adj]

INEXPRESSIVELY[adv]

INEXPUGNABLE[adj]

INEXPUGNABLY[adv]

INEXPUNGIBLE[adj]

INEXTRICABILITY[n -TIES]

INEXTRICABLE[adj]

INEXTRICABLY[adv]

INFIXto implant (to set securely) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

INFIXATION[n -S]

INFIXATIONSINFIXATION [n]

INFIXEDINFIX, to implant (to set securely) [v]

INFIXESINFIX, to implant (to set securely) [v]

INFIXINGINFIX, to implant (to set securely) [v]

INFIXIONthe act of infixing (to implant (to set securely)) [n -S]

INFIXIONSINFIXION, the act of infixing (to implant (to set securely)) [n]

INFLEXEDbent inward [adj]

INFLEXIBILITIESINFLEXIBILITY [n]

INFLEXIBILITY[n -TIES]

INFLEXIBLE[adj]

INFLEXIBLENESS[n -ES]

INFLEXIBLY[adv]

INFLEXION[n -S]

INFLEXIONSINFLEXION [n]

INFLUXa flowing in [n -ES]

INFLUXESINFLUX, a flowing in [n]

INHERITRIXinheritress (a female inheritor (one that inherits (inherit))) [n -TRIXES or -TRICES]

INHERITRIXESINHERITRIX, inheritress (a female inheritor (one that inherits (inherit))) [n]

INNOXIOUS[adj]

INTERMIXto mix together [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

INTERMIXEDINTERMIX, to mix together [v]

INTERMIXESINTERMIX, to mix together [v]

INTERMIXINGINTERMIX, to mix together [v]

INTERMIXTURE[n -S]

INTERMIXTURESINTERMIXTURE [n]

INTERPAROXYSMAL[adj]

INTERPROXIMAL[adj]

INTERREXa type of sovereign [n -REGES]

INTERSEXa person having characteristics of both sexes [n -ES]

INTERSEXESINTERSEX, a person having characteristics of both sexes [n]

INTERSEXUAL[adj]

INTERSEXUALITY[n -TIES]

INTERSEXUALLY[adv]

INTERTEXTUAL[adj]

INTERTEXTUALITY[n -TIES]

INTERTEXTUALLY[adv]

INTOXICANT[n -S]

INTOXICANTSINTOXICANT [n]

INTOXICATE[v -CATED, -CATING, -CATES]

INTOXICATEDINTOXICATE [v]

INTOXICATEDLY[adv]

INTOXICATESINTOXICATE [v]

INTOXICATINGINTOXICATE [v]

INTOXICATION[n -S]

INTOXICATIONSINTOXICATION [n]

IRREFLEXIVE[adj]

ISOALLOXAZINE[n -S]

ISOALLOXAZINESISOALLOXAZINE [n]

ISOCARBOXAZID[n -S]

ISOCARBOXAZIDSISOCARBOXAZID [n]

IXIAa flowering plant [n -S]

IXIASIXIA, a flowering plant [n]

IXODIDa bloodsucking insect [n -S]

IXODIDSIXODID, a bloodsucking insect [n]

IXORAa flowering plant [n -S]

IXORASIXORA, a flowering plant [n]

IXTLEistle (a strong fiber) [n -S]

IXTLESIXTLE, istle (a strong fiber) [n]

JAMBEAUXJAMBEAU, a piece of armor for the leg [n]

JEUXJEU, a game [n]

JINXto bring bad luck to [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

JINXEDJINX, to bring bad luck to [v]

JINXESJINX, to bring bad luck to [v]

JINXINGJINX, to bring bad luck to [v]

JUKEBOXa coin-operated phonograph [n -ES]

JUKEBOXESJUKEBOX, a coin-operated phonograph [n]

JUXTAPOSE[v -POSED, -POSING, -POSES]

JUXTAPOSEDJUXTAPOSE [v]

JUXTAPOSESJUXTAPOSE [v]

JUXTAPOSINGJUXTAPOSE [v]

JUXTAPOSITION[n -S]

JUXTAPOSITIONAL[adj]

JUXTAPOSITIONSJUXTAPOSITION [n]

KEXa dry, hollow stalk [n -ES]

KEXESKEX, a dry, hollow stalk [n]

KICKBOXto box in a style that allows kicking [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

KICKBOXEDKICKBOX, to box in a style that allows kicking [v]

KICKBOXER[n -S]

KICKBOXERSKICKBOXER [n]

KICKBOXESKICKBOX, to box in a style that allows kicking [v]

KICKBOXING[n -S]

KICKBOXINGSKICKBOXING [n]

KLAXONa low-pitched horn [n -S]

KLAXONSKLAXON, a low-pitched horn [n]

KLEENEXa cleansing tissue -- a trademark [n -ES]

KLEENEXESKLEENEX, a cleansing tissue -- a trademark [n]

KYLIXa drinking vessel [n -LIKES]

LARYNXan organ of the respiratory tract [n LARYNGES or LARYNXES] : LARYNGAL ~adj

LARYNXESLARYNX, an organ of the respiratory tract [n]

LATEXa milky liquid of certain plants [n LATICES or LATEXES]

LATEXESLATEX, a milky liquid of certain plants [n]

LAXnot strict or stringent [adj LAXER, LAXEST] / a vowel articulated with relatively relaxed muscles [n -ES]

LAXATIONthe act of relaxing (to make less tense or rigid) [n -S]

LAXATIONSLAXATION, the act of relaxing (to make less tense or rigid) [n]

LAXATIVEa drug that stimulates evacuation of the bowels [n -S]

LAXATIVESLAXATIVE, a drug that stimulates evacuation of the bowels [n]

LAXERLAX, not strict or stringent [adj]

LAXESLAX, a vowel articulated with relatively relaxed muscles [n]

LAXESTLAX, not strict or stringent [adj]

LAXITIESLAXITY, the state of being lax (not strict or stringent) [n]

LAXITYthe state of being lax (not strict or stringent) [n -ITIES]

LAXLYin a lax manner [adv]

LAXNESSlaxity (the state of being lax (not strict or stringent)) [n -ES]

LAXNESSESLAXNESS, laxity (the state of being lax (not strict or stringent)) [n]

LETTERBOX[v -ED, -ING, -ES]

LETTERBOXEDLETTERBOX [v]

LETTERBOXESLETTERBOX [v]

LETTERBOXING[n -S]

LETTERBOXINGSLETTERBOXING [n]

LEXlaw [n LEGES]

LEXEMEa linguistic unit [n -S] : LEXEMIC ~adj

LEXEMESLEXEME, a linguistic unit [n]

LEXEMICLEXEME, a linguistic unit [adj]

LEXESLEXIS, the vocabulary of a language, a group, or a subject field [n]

LEXICALEXICON, a dictionary [n]

LEXICALpertaining to the words of a language [adj]

LEXICALISATION[n -S]

LEXICALISATIONSLEXICALISATION [n]

LEXICALITIESLEXICALITY [n]

LEXICALITY[n -TIES]

LEXICALIZATION[n -S]

LEXICALIZATIONSLEXICALIZATION [n]

LEXICALIZE[v -IZED, -IZING, -IZES]

LEXICALIZEDLEXICALIZE [v]

LEXICALIZESLEXICALIZE [v]

LEXICALIZINGLEXICALIZE [v]

LEXICALLY[adv]

LEXICOGRAPHER[n -S]

LEXICOGRAPHERSLEXICOGRAPHER [n]

LEXICOGRAPHIC[adj]

LEXICOGRAPHICAL[adj]

LEXICOGRAPHIESLEXICOGRAPHY [n]

LEXICOGRAPHY[n -PHIES]

LEXICOLOGIESLEXICOLOGY [n]

LEXICOLOGIST[n -S]

LEXICOLOGISTSLEXICOLOGIST [n]

LEXICOLOGY[n -GIES]

LEXICONa dictionary [n -CA or -CONS]

LEXICONSLEXICON, a dictionary [n]

LEXISthe vocabulary of a language, a group, or a subject field [n LEXES]

LIXIVIALIXIVIUM, a solution obtained by leaching [n]

LIXIVIALLIXIVIUM, a solution obtained by leaching [adj]

LIXIVIATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

LIXIVIATEDLIXIVIATE [v]

LIXIVIATESLIXIVIATE [v]

LIXIVIATINGLIXIVIATE [v]

LIXIVIATION[n -S]

LIXIVIATIONSLIXIVIATION [n]

LIXIVIUMa solution obtained by leaching [n -IA or -IUMS] : LIXIVIAL ~adj

LIXIVIUMSLIXIVIUM, a solution obtained by leaching [n]

LOCKBOXa box that locks [n -ES]

LOCKBOXESLOCKBOX, a box that locks [n]

LOXto supply with lox (liquid oxygen) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

LOXEDLOX, to supply with lox (liquid oxygen) [v]

LOXESLOX, to supply with lox (liquid oxygen) [v]

LOXINGLOX, to supply with lox (liquid oxygen) [v]

LOXODROME[n -S]

LOXODROMESLOXODROME [n]

LUMMOXa clumsy person [n -ES]

LUMMOXESLUMMOX, a clumsy person [n]

LUNCHBOXa container for carrying meals to school or work [n -ES]

LUNCHBOXESLUNCHBOX, a container for carrying meals to school or work [n]

LUREXa metallic yarn or thread -- a trademark [n -ES]

LUREXESLUREX, a metallic yarn or thread -- a trademark [n]

LUXa unit of illumination [n LUXES or LUCES]

LUXATEto put out of joint [v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

LUXATEDLUXATE, to put out of joint [v]

LUXATESLUXATE, to put out of joint [v]

LUXATINGLUXATE, to put out of joint [v]

LUXATIONthe act of luxating (to put out of joint) [n -S]

LUXATIONSLUXATION, the act of luxating (to put out of joint) [n]

LUXEluxury (free indulgence in that which affords pleasure or comfort) [n -S]

LUXESLUXE, luxury (free indulgence in that which affords pleasure or comfort) [n]

LUXURIANCE[n -S]

LUXURIANCESLUXURIANCE [n]

LUXURIANT[adj]

LUXURIANTLY[adv]

LUXURIATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

LUXURIATEDLUXURIATE [v]

LUXURIATESLUXURIATE [v]

LUXURIATINGLUXURIATE [v]

LUXURIESLUXURY, free indulgence in that which affords pleasure or comfort [n]

LUXURIOUS[adj]

LUXURIOUSLY[adv]

LUXURIOUSNESS[n -ES]

LUXURIOUSNESSESLUXURIOUSNESS [n]

LUXURYfree indulgence in that which affords pleasure or comfort [n -RIES]

LYNXa short-tailed wildcat [n -ES]

LYNXESLYNX, a short-tailed wildcat [n]

MAILBOXa box for depositing mail [n -ES]

MAILBOXESMAILBOX, a box for depositing mail [n]

MANTEAUXMANTEAU, a loose cloak [n]

MASTIXmastic (an aromatic resin) [n -ES]

MASTIXESMASTIX, mastic (an aromatic resin) [n]

MASTOPEXIESMASTOPEXY [n]

MASTOPEXY[n -PEXIES]

MATCHBOXa small box [n -ES]

MATCHBOXESMATCHBOX, a small box [n]

MATRIXsomething within which something else originates or develops [n -TRICES or -TRIXES]

MATRIXESMATRIX, something within which something else originates or develops [n]

MAXto reach the upper limit [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

MAXEDMAX, to reach the upper limit [v]

MAXESMAX, to reach the upper limit [v]

MAXIa long skirt or coat [n -S]

MAXICOATa long coat [n -S]

MAXICOATSMAXICOAT, a long coat [n]

MAXILLAthe upper jaw or jawbone [n -LAE or -LAS]

MAXILLAEMAXILLA, the upper jaw or jawbone [n]

MAXILLARIESMAXILLARY [n]

MAXILLARY[n -RIES]

MAXILLASMAXILLA, the upper jaw or jawbone [n]

MAXILLIPED[n -S]

MAXILLIPEDSMAXILLIPED [n]

MAXILLOFACIAL[adj]

MAXIMa brief statement of a general truth or principle [n -S]

MAXIMAMAXIMUM, the greatest possible amount, quantity, or degree [n]

MAXIMALan element of a mathematical set that is followed by no other [n -S]

MAXIMALIST[n -S]

MAXIMALISTSMAXIMALIST [n]

MAXIMALLY[adv]

MAXIMALSMAXIMAL, an element of a mathematical set that is followed by no other [n]

MAXIMINthe maximum of a set of minima [n -S]

MAXIMINSMAXIMIN, the maximum of a set of minima [n]

MAXIMISEto maximize (to make as great as possible) [v -MISED, -MISING, -MISES]

MAXIMISEDMAXIMISE, to maximize (to make as great as possible) [v]

MAXIMISESMAXIMISE, to maximize (to make as great as possible) [v]

MAXIMISINGMAXIMISE, to maximize (to make as great as possible) [v]

MAXIMITEa powerful explosive [n -S]

MAXIMITESMAXIMITE, a powerful explosive [n]

MAXIMIZATION[n -S]

MAXIMIZATIONSMAXIMIZATION [n]

MAXIMIZEto make as great as possible [v -MIZED, -MIZING, -MIZES]

MAXIMIZEDMAXIMIZE, to make as great as possible [v]

MAXIMIZER[n -S]

MAXIMIZERSMAXIMIZER [n]

MAXIMIZESMAXIMIZE, to make as great as possible [v]

MAXIMIZINGMAXIMIZE, to make as great as possible [v]

MAXIMSMAXIM, a brief statement of a general truth or principle [n]

MAXIMUMthe greatest possible amount, quantity, or degree [n -MUMS or -MA]

MAXIMUMLY[adv]

MAXIMUMSMAXIMUM, the greatest possible amount, quantity, or degree [n]

MAXINGMAX, to reach the upper limit [v]

MAXISMAXI, a long skirt or coat [n]

MAXIXEa Brazilian dance [n -S]

MAXIXESMAXIXE, a Brazilian dance [n]

MAXWELLa unit of magnetic flux [n -S]

MAXWELLSMAXWELL, a unit of magnetic flux [n]

MEDIATRIX[n -TRIXES or -TRICES]

MEDIATRIXESMEDIATRIX [n]

MEGAPIXEL[n -S]

MEGAPIXELSMEGAPIXEL [n]

MEGAPLEXa large building having many movie theaters [n -ES]

MEGAPLEXESMEGAPLEX, a large building having many movie theaters [n]

MENINXany of the membranes enclosing the brain and spinal cord [n -NINGES]

MESOTHORAX[n -RAXES or -RACES]

MESOTHORAXESMESOTHORAX [n]

METAGALAXIESMETAGALAXY [n]

METAGALAXY[n -GALAXIES]

METATHORAX[n -RAXES or -RACES]

METATHORAXESMETATHORAX [n]

METAXYLEM[n -S]

METAXYLEMSMETAXYLEM [n]

METHOTREXATE[n -S]

METHOTREXATESMETHOTREXATE [n]

METHOXIDE[n -S]

METHOXIDESMETHOXIDE [n]

METHOXYcontaining a certain chemical group [adj]

METHOXYCHLOR[n -S]

METHOXYCHLORSMETHOXYCHLOR [n]

METHOXYFLURANE[n -S]

METHOXYFLURANESMETHOXYFLURANE [n]

METHOXYLmethoxy (containing a certain chemical group) [adj]

METHYLXANTHINE[n -S]

METHYLXANTHINESMETHYLXANTHINE [n]

METROPLEX[n -ES]

METROPLEXESMETROPLEX [n]

MICROLUXa unit of illumination [n -LUXES or -LUCES]

MICROLUXESMICROLUX, a unit of illumination [n]

MILIEUXMILIEU, environment [n]

MILLILUXa unit of illumination [n -LUXES or -LUCES]

MILLILUXESMILLILUX, a unit of illumination [n]

MINIMAXthe minimum of a set of maxima [n -ES]

MINIMAXESMINIMAX, the minimum of a set of maxima [n]

MINOXIDIL[n -S]

MINOXIDILSMINOXIDIL [n]

MINXa pert girl [n -ES] : MINXISH ~adj

MINXESMINX, a pert girl [n]

MINXISHMINX, a pert girl [adj]

MIREPOIXa sauteed mixture of diced vegetables [n MIREPOIX]

MIREXan insecticide [n -ES]

MIREXESMIREX, an insecticide [n]

MIXto put together into one mass [v MIXED or MIXT, MIXING, MIXES] : MIXABLE, MIXIBLE ~adj, MIXEDLY ~adv

MIXABLEMIX, to put together into one mass [adj]

MIXEDMIX, to put together into one mass [v]

MIXEDLYMIX, to put together into one mass [adv]

MIXERone that mixes (to put together into one mass) [n -S]

MIXERSMIXER, one that mixes (to put together into one mass) [n]

MIXESMIX, to put together into one mass [v]

MIXIBLEMIX, to put together into one mass [adj]

MIXINGMIX, to put together into one mass [v]

MIXOLOGIESMIXOLOGY, the art of making mixed drinks [n]

MIXOLOGIST[n -S]

MIXOLOGISTSMIXOLOGIST [n]

MIXOLOGYthe art of making mixed drinks [n -GIES]

MIXTMIX, to put together into one mass [v]

MIXTUREsomething produced by mixing [n -S]

MIXTURESMIXTURE, something produced by mixing [n]

MIXUPa state of confusion [n -S]

MIXUPSMIXUP, a state of confusion [n]

MONAXIALhaving one axis [adj]

MONAXONa straight spicule in sponges [n -S]

MONAXONSMONAXON, a straight spicule in sponges [n]

MONOCARBOXYLIC[adj]

MONOHYDROXY[adj]

MONOXIDEa type of oxide (a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical) [n -S]

MONOXIDESMONOXIDE, a type of oxide (a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical) [n]

MORCEAUXMORCEAU, a short literary or musical composition [n]

MORPHALLAXESMORPHALLAXIS [n]

MORPHALLAXIS[n -LAXES]

MOXAa Chinese plant [n -S]

MOXASMOXA, a Chinese plant [n]

MOXIEspirit or courage [n -S]

MOXIESMOXIE, spirit or courage [n]

MULTIAXIAL[adj]

MULTIPLEX[v -ED, -ING, -ES]

MULTIPLEXEDMULTIPLEX [v]

MULTIPLEXER[n -S]

MULTIPLEXERSMULTIPLEXER [n]

MULTIPLEXESMULTIPLEX [v]

MULTIPLEXINGMULTIPLEX [v]

MULTIPLEXOR[n -S]

MULTIPLEXORSMULTIPLEXOR [n]

MUREXa marine mollusk [n -RICES or -REXES]

MUREXESMUREX, a marine mollusk [n]

MUSKOXa large bovid of arctic regions [n -OXEN]

MUSKOXENMUSKOX, a large bovid of arctic regions [n]

MYCOTOXIN[n -S]

MYCOTOXINSMYCOTOXIN [n]

MYXAMEBAa slime mold that resembles an amoeba [n -BAS or -BAE]

MYXAMEBAEMYXAMEBA, a slime mold that resembles an amoeba [n]

MYXAMEBASMYXAMEBA, a slime mold that resembles an amoeba [n]

MYXAMOEBA[n -BAE or -BAS]

MYXAMOEBAEMYXAMOEBA [n]

MYXAMOEBASMYXAMOEBA [n]

MYXEDEMAa disease caused by decreased activity of the thyroid gland [n -S]

MYXEDEMASMYXEDEMA, a disease caused by decreased activity of the thyroid gland [n]

MYXEDEMATOUS[adj]

MYXEDEMIC[adj]

MYXOCYTEa large cell found in mucous tissue [n -S]

MYXOCYTESMYXOCYTE, a large cell found in mucous tissue [n]

MYXOEDEMA[n -S]

MYXOEDEMASMYXOEDEMA [n]

MYXOIDcontaining mucus [adj]

MYXOMAa tumor composed of mucous tissue [n -MAS or -MATA]

MYXOMASMYXOMA, a tumor composed of mucous tissue [n]

MYXOMATAMYXOMA, a tumor composed of mucous tissue [n]

MYXOMATOSESMYXOMATOSIS [n]

MYXOMATOSIS[n -TOSES]

MYXOMATOUS[adj]

MYXOMYCETE[n -S]

MYXOMYCETESMYXOMYCETE [n]

MYXOVIRAL[adj]

MYXOVIRUS[n -ES]

MYXOVIRUSESMYXOVIRUS [n]

NALOXONEa chemical compound [n -S]

NALOXONESNALOXONE, a chemical compound [n]

NALTREXONE[n -S]

NALTREXONESNALTREXONE [n]

NAPROXENan anti-inflammatory drug [n -S]

NAPROXENSNAPROXEN, an anti-inflammatory drug [n]

NARTHEXa vestibule in a church [n -ES]

NARTHEXESNARTHEX, a vestibule in a church [n]

NASOPHARYNX[n -YNXES or -YNGES]

NASOPHARYNXESNASOPHARYNX [n]

NEOCORTEX[n -TEXES or -TICES]

NEOCORTEXESNEOCORTEX [n]

NEOORTHODOX[adj]

NEOORTHODOXIESNEOORTHODOXY [n]

NEOORTHODOXY[n -DOXIES]

NEPHROTOXIC[adj]

NEPHROTOXICITY[n -TIES]

NEURAXONa part of a neuron [n -S]

NEURAXONSNEURAXON, a part of a neuron [n]

NEUROTOXIC[adj]

NEUROTOXICITIESNEUROTOXICITY [n]

NEUROTOXICITY[n -TIES]

NEUROTOXIN[n -S]

NEUROTOXINSNEUROTOXIN [n]

NEXTcoming immediately after; adjoining [adj]

NEXTDOORlocated in the next building or room [adj]

NEXUSa connection or link [n -ES]

NEXUSESNEXUS, a connection or link [n]

NIXa water sprite [n NIXES or NIXE] / to veto (to forbid or prevent authoritatively) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

NIXENIX, a water sprite [n]

NIXEDNIX, to veto (to forbid or prevent authoritatively) [v]

NIXESNIX, a water sprite [n]

NIXIEa female water sprite [n -S]

NIXIESNIXY, an undeliverable piece of mail [n]

NIXINGNIX, to veto (to forbid or prevent authoritatively) [v]

NIXYan undeliverable piece of mail [n NIXIES]

NONCOMPLEX[adj]

NONEXCLUSIVE[adj]

NONEXECUTIVE[n -S]

NONEXECUTIVESNONEXECUTIVE [n]

NONEXEMPT[n -S]

NONEXEMPTSNONEXEMPT [n]

NONEXISTENCE[n -S]

NONEXISTENCESNONEXISTENCE [n]

NONEXISTENT[adj]

NONEXISTENTIAL[adj]

NONEXOTIC[adj]

NONEXPENDABLE[adj]

NONEXPERIMENTAL[adj]

NONEXPERT[n -S]

NONEXPERTSNONEXPERT [n]

NONEXPLANATORY[adj]

NONEXPLOITATION[n]

NONEXPLOITATIVE[adj]

NONEXPLOITIVE[adj]

NONEXPLOSIVE[adj]

NONEXPOSED[adj]

NONEXTANT[adj]

NONHOMOSEXUAL[n -S]

NONHOMOSEXUALSNONHOMOSEXUAL [n]

NONINTOXICANT[n -S]

NONINTOXICANTSNONINTOXICANT [n]

NONINTOXICATING[adj]

NONLEXICAL[adj]

NONORTHODOX[adj]

NONOXIDIZING[adj]

NONSEXIST[adj]

NONSEXUAL[adj]

NONTAXa tax of little consequence [n -ES]

NONTAXABLE[adj]

NONTAXESNONTAX, a tax of little consequence [n]

NONTOXICnot toxic [adj]

NOXIOUSharmful to health [adj]

NOXIOUSLY[adv]

NOXIOUSNESS[n -ES]

NOXIOUSNESSESNOXIOUSNESS [n]

OBNOXIOUS[adj]

OBNOXIOUSLY[adv]

OBNOXIOUSNESS[n -ES]

OBNOXIOUSNESSESOBNOXIOUSNESS [n]

OCTUPLEXbeing eight times as great [adj]

ONYXa variety of quartz [n -ES]

ONYXESONYX, a variety of quartz [n]

ORATRIXa female orator (one that orates (to speak formally)) [n -TRICES]

OROPHARYNX[n -YNXES or -YNGES]

OROPHARYNXESOROPHARYNX [n]

ORTHODOXone holding traditional beliefs [n -ES]

ORTHODOXESORTHODOX, one holding traditional beliefs [n]

ORTHODOXIESORTHODOXY [n]

ORTHODOXLY[adv]

ORTHODOXY[n -DOXIES]

ORYXan African antelope [n -ES]

ORYXESORYX, an African antelope [n]

OTOTOXICadversely affecting hearing or balance [adj]

OTOTOXICITIESOTOTOXICITY [n]

OTOTOXICITY[n -TIES]

OUTBOXto surpass in boxing [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

OUTBOXEDOUTBOX, to surpass in boxing [v]

OUTBOXESOUTBOX, to surpass in boxing [v]

OUTBOXINGOUTBOX, to surpass in boxing [v]

OUTFOXto outwit (to get the better of by superior cleverness) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

OUTFOXEDOUTFOX, to outwit (to get the better of by superior cleverness) [v]

OUTFOXESOUTFOX, to outwit (to get the better of by superior cleverness) [v]

OUTFOXINGOUTFOX, to outwit (to get the better of by superior cleverness) [v]

OUTJINXto surpass in jinxing (to bring bad luck to) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

OUTJINXEDOUTJINX, to surpass in jinxing (to bring bad luck to) [v]

OUTJINXESOUTJINX, to surpass in jinxing (to bring bad luck to) [v]

OUTJINXINGOUTJINX, to surpass in jinxing (to bring bad luck to) [v]

OVERANXIETIESOVERANXIETY [n]

OVERANXIETY[n -TIES]

OVERANXIOUSANXIOUS, full of anxiety [adj]

OVERCOMPLEX[adj]

OVEREXAGGERATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

OVEREXAGGERATEDOVEREXAGGERATE [v]

OVEREXAGGERATESOVEREXAGGERATE [v]

OVEREXCITE[v -CITED, -CITING, -CITES]

OVEREXCITEDOVEREXCITE [v]

OVEREXCITESOVEREXCITE [v]

OVEREXCITINGOVEREXCITE [v]

OVEREXERCISE[v -CISED, -CISING, -CISES]

OVEREXERCISEDOVEREXERCISE [v]

OVEREXERCISESOVEREXERCISE [v]

OVEREXERCISINGOVEREXERCISE [v]

OVEREXERT[v -ED, -ING, -S]

OVEREXERTEDOVEREXERT [v]

OVEREXERTINGOVEREXERT [v]

OVEREXERTION[n -S]

OVEREXERTIONSOVEREXERTION [n]

OVEREXERTSOVEREXERT [v]

OVEREXPAND[v -ED, -ING, -S]

OVEREXPANDEDOVEREXPAND [v]

OVEREXPANDINGOVEREXPAND [v]

OVEREXPANDSOVEREXPAND [v]

OVEREXPANSION[n -S]

OVEREXPANSIONSOVEREXPANSION [n]

OVEREXPECTATION[n -S]

OVEREXPLAIN[v -ED, -ING, -S]

OVEREXPLAINEDOVEREXPLAIN [v]

OVEREXPLAININGOVEREXPLAIN [v]

OVEREXPLAINSOVEREXPLAIN [v]

OVEREXPLICIT[adj]

OVEREXPLOIT[v -ED, -ING, -S]

OVEREXPLOITEDOVEREXPLOIT [v]

OVEREXPLOITINGOVEREXPLOIT [v]

OVEREXPLOITSOVEREXPLOIT [v]

OVEREXPOSE[v -POSED, -POSING, -POSES]

OVEREXPOSEDOVEREXPOSE [v]

OVEREXPOSESOVEREXPOSE [v]

OVEREXPOSINGOVEREXPOSE [v]

OVEREXPOSURE[n -S]

OVEREXPOSURESOVEREXPOSURE [n]

OVEREXTEND[v -ED, -ING, -S]

OVEREXTENDEDOVEREXTEND [v]

OVEREXTENDINGOVEREXTEND [v]

OVEREXTENDSOVEREXTEND [v]

OVEREXTENSION[n -S]

OVEREXTENSIONSOVEREXTENSION [n]

OVEREXTRACTION[n -S]

OVEREXTRACTIONSOVEREXTRACTION [n]

OVEREXTRAVAGANT[adj]

OVEREXUBERANT[adj]

OVERLAXtoo lax (not strict or stringent) [adj]

OVERMIXto mix too much [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

OVERMIXEDOVERMIX, to mix too much [v]

OVERMIXESOVERMIX, to mix too much [v]

OVERMIXINGOVERMIX, to mix too much [v]

OVERSEXED[adj]

OVERTAXto tax too heavily [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

OVERTAXATION[n -S]

OVERTAXATIONSOVERTAXATION [n]

OVERTAXEDOVERTAX, to tax too heavily [v]

OVERTAXESOVERTAX, to tax too heavily [v]

OVERTAXINGOVERTAX, to tax too heavily [v]

OXa clumsy person [n -ES] / a hoofed mammal [n OXEN]

OXACILLIN[n -S]

OXACILLINSOXACILLIN [n]

OXALACETATE[n -S]

OXALACETATESOXALACETATE [n]

OXALATEto treat with an oxalate (a chemical salt) [v -LATED, -LATING, -LATES]

OXALATEDOXALATE, to treat with an oxalate (a chemical salt) [v]

OXALATESOXALATE, to treat with an oxalate (a chemical salt) [v]

OXALATINGOXALATE, to treat with an oxalate (a chemical salt) [v]

OXALICOXALIS, a flowering plant [adj]

OXALISa flowering plant [n -ALISES] : OXALIC ~adj

OXALISESOXALIS, a flowering plant [n]

OXALOACETATE[n -S]

OXALOACETATESOXALOACETATE [n]

OXAZEPAMa tranquilizing drug [n -S]

OXAZEPAMSOXAZEPAM, a tranquilizing drug [n]

OXAZINEa chemical compound [n -S]

OXAZINESOXAZINE, a chemical compound [n]

OXBLOODa deep red color [n -S]

OXBLOODSOXBLOOD, a deep red color [n]

OXBOWa U-shaped piece of wood in an ox yoke [n -S]

OXBOWSOXBOW, a U-shaped piece of wood in an ox yoke [n]

OXCARTan ox-drawn cart [n -S]

OXCARTSOXCART, an ox-drawn cart [n]

OXENOX, a clumsy person [n]

OXESOX, a clumsy person [n]

OXEYEa flowering plant [n -S]

OXEYESOXEYE, a flowering plant [n]

OXFORDa type of shoe (a covering for the foot) [n -S]

OXFORDSOXFORD, a type of shoe (a covering for the foot) [n]

OXHEARTa variety of sweet cherry [n -S]

OXHEARTSOXHEART, a variety of sweet cherry [n]

OXIDoxide (a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical) [n -S]

OXIDABLEcapable of being oxidized [adj]

OXIDANTan oxidizing agent [n -S]

OXIDANTSOXIDANT, an oxidizing agent [n]

OXIDASEan oxidizing enzyme [n -S] : OXIDASIC ~adj

OXIDASESOXIDASE, an oxidizing enzyme [n]

OXIDASICOXIDASE, an oxidizing enzyme [adj]

OXIDATEto oxidize (to combine with oxygen) [v -DATED, -DATING, -DATES]

OXIDATEDOXIDATE, to oxidize (to combine with oxygen) [v]

OXIDATESOXIDATE, to oxidize (to combine with oxygen) [v]

OXIDATINGOXIDATE, to oxidize (to combine with oxygen) [v]

OXIDATION[n -S]

OXIDATIONSOXIDATION [n]

OXIDATIVE[adj]

OXIDATIVELY[adv]

OXIDEa binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical [n -S] : OXIDIC ~adj

OXIDESOXIDE, a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical [n]

OXIDICOXIDE, a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical [adj]

OXIDISEto oxidize (to combine with oxygen) [v -DISED, -DISING, -DISES]

OXIDISEDOXIDISE, to oxidize (to combine with oxygen) [v]

OXIDISERoxidizer (an oxidant (an oxidizing agent)) [n -S]

OXIDISERSOXIDISER, oxidizer (an oxidant (an oxidizing agent)) [n]

OXIDISESOXIDISE, to oxidize (to combine with oxygen) [v]

OXIDISINGOXIDISE, to oxidize (to combine with oxygen) [v]

OXIDIZABLE[adj]

OXIDIZEto combine with oxygen [v -DIZED, -DIZING, -DIZES]

OXIDIZEDOXIDIZE, to combine with oxygen [v]

OXIDIZERan oxidant (an oxidizing agent) [n -S]

OXIDIZERSOXIDIZER, an oxidant (an oxidizing agent) [n]

OXIDIZESOXIDIZE, to combine with oxygen [v]

OXIDIZINGOXIDIZE, to combine with oxygen [v]

OXIDOREDUCTASE[n -S]

OXIDOREDUCTASESOXIDOREDUCTASE [n]

OXIDSOXID, oxide (a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical) [n]

OXIMoxime (a chemical compound) [n -S]

OXIMEa chemical compound [n -S]

OXIMESOXIME, a chemical compound [n]

OXIMETERan instrument for measuring the amount of oxygen in the blood [n -S]

OXIMETERSOXIMETER, an instrument for measuring the amount of oxygen in the blood [n]

OXIMETRIESOXIMETRY, the use of an oximeter (an instrument for measuring the amount of oxygen in the blood) [n]

OXIMETRYthe use of an oximeter (an instrument for measuring the amount of oxygen in the blood) [n -TRIES]

OXIMSOXIM, oxime (a chemical compound) [n]

OXLIKEresembling an ox (a clumsy person) [adj]

OXLIPa flowering plant [n -S]

OXLIPSOXLIP, a flowering plant [n]

OXOcontaining oxygen [adj]

OXPECKERan African bird [n -S]

OXPECKERSOXPECKER, an African bird [n]

OXTAILthe tail of an ox [n -S]

OXTAILSOXTAIL, the tail of an ox [n]

OXTERthe armpit (the hollow under the arm at the shoulder) [n -S]

OXTERSOXTER, the armpit (the hollow under the arm at the shoulder) [n]

OXTONGUEa European herb [n -S]

OXTONGUESOXTONGUE, a European herb [n]

OXYcontaining oxygen [adj]

OXYACETYLENE[adj]

OXYACIDan acid that contains oxygen [n -S]

OXYACIDSOXYACID, an acid that contains oxygen [n]

OXYCODONE[n -S]

OXYCODONESOXYCODONE [n]

OXYGENa gaseous element [n -S] : OXYGENIC ~adj

OXYGENASE[n -S]

OXYGENASESOXYGENASE [n]

OXYGENATE[v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

OXYGENATEDOXYGENATE [v]

OXYGENATESOXYGENATE [v]

OXYGENATINGOXYGENATE [v]

OXYGENATION[n -S]

OXYGENATIONSOXYGENATION [n]

OXYGENATOR[n -S]

OXYGENATORSOXYGENATOR [n]

OXYGENICOXYGEN, a gaseous element [adj]

OXYGENIZE[v -IZED, -IZING, -IZES]

OXYGENIZEDOXYGENIZE [v]

OXYGENIZESOXYGENIZE [v]

OXYGENIZINGOXYGENIZE [v]

OXYGENLESS[adj]

OXYGENOUS[adj]

OXYGENSOXYGEN, a gaseous element [n]

OXYHEMOGLOBIN[n -S]

OXYHEMOGLOBINSOXYHEMOGLOBIN [n]

OXYHYDROGEN[adj]

OXYMORAOXYMORON, a combination of contradictory or incongruous words [n]

OXYMORONa combination of contradictory or incongruous words [n -MORONS or -MORA]

OXYMORONIC[adj]

OXYMORONICALLY[adv]

OXYMORONSOXYMORON, a combination of contradictory or incongruous words [n]

OXYPHENBUTAZONE[n -S]

OXYPHILoxyphile (an organism that thrives in a relatively acid environment) [n -S]

OXYPHILEan organism that thrives in a relatively acid environment [n -S]

OXYPHILESOXYPHILE, an organism that thrives in a relatively acid environment [n]

OXYPHILIC[adj]

OXYPHILSOXYPHIL, oxyphile (an organism that thrives in a relatively acid environment) [n]

OXYSALTa salt of an oxyacid [n -S]

OXYSALTSOXYSALT, a salt of an oxyacid [n]

OXYSOMEa structural unit of cellular cristae [n -S]

OXYSOMESOXYSOME, a structural unit of cellular cristae [n]

OXYTETRACYCLINE[n -S]

OXYTOCICa drug that hastens the process of childbirth [n -S]

OXYTOCICSOXYTOCIC, a drug that hastens the process of childbirth [n]

OXYTOCINa pituitary hormone [n -S]

OXYTOCINSOXYTOCIN, a pituitary hormone [n]

OXYTONEa word having heavy stress on the last syllable [n -S]

OXYTONESOXYTONE, a word having heavy stress on the last syllable [n]

OXYURIASESOXYURIASIS [n]

OXYURIASIS[n -URIASES]

PACKWAXpaxwax (the nuchal ligament of a quadruped) [n -ES]

PACKWAXESPACKWAX, paxwax (the nuchal ligament of a quadruped) [n]

PACLITAXEL[n -S]

PACLITAXELSPACLITAXEL [n]

PANCHAXa tropical fish [n -ES]

PANCHAXESPANCHAX, a tropical fish [n]

PANMIXESPANMIXIS, panmixia (random mating within a breeding population) [n]

PANMIXIArandom mating within a breeding population [n -S]

PANMIXIASPANMIXIA, random mating within a breeding population [n]

PANMIXISpanmixia (random mating within a breeding population) [n -MIXES]

PANSEXUAL[n -S]

PANSEXUALITIESPANSEXUALITY [n]

PANSEXUALITY[n -TIES]

PANSEXUALSPANSEXUAL [n]

PARADOXa statement seemingly contradictory or absurd yet perhaps true [n -ES]

PARADOXESPARADOX, a statement seemingly contradictory or absurd yet perhaps true [n]

PARADOXICAL[adj]

PARADOXICALITY[n -TIES]

PARADOXICALLY[adv]

PARADOXICALNESS[n -ES]

PARALLAXan apparent optical displacement of an object [n -ES]

PARALLAXESPARALLAX, an apparent optical displacement of an object [n]

PARAMYXOVIRUS[n -ES]

PARAMYXOVIRUSESPARAMYXOVIRUS [n]

PARASEXUAL[adj]

PARASEXUALITIESPARASEXUALITY [n]

PARASEXUALITY[n -TIES]

PARATAXESPARATAXIS [n]

PARATAXIS[n -TAXES]

PAROXYSMa sudden fit or attack [n -S]

PAROXYSMAL[adj]

PAROXYSMSPAROXYSM, a sudden fit or attack [n]

PAXa ceremonial embrace given to signify Christian love and unity [n -ES]

PAXESPAX, a ceremonial embrace given to signify Christian love and unity [n]

PAXWAXthe nuchal ligament of a quadruped [n -ES]

PAXWAXESPAXWAX, the nuchal ligament of a quadruped [n]

PEGBOXa part of a stringed instrument [n -ES]

PEGBOXESPEGBOX, a part of a stringed instrument [n]

PEMPHIXa skin disease [n -ES]

PEMPHIXESPEMPHIX, a skin disease [n]

PENTOXIDE[n -S]

PENTOXIDESPENTOXIDE [n]

PEPPERBOX[n -ES]

PEPPERBOXESPEPPERBOX [n]

PEROXIDperoxide [n -S]

PEROXIDASE[n -S]

PEROXIDASESPEROXIDASE [n]

PEROXIDEto treat with peroxide (a bleaching agent) [v -IDED, -IDING, -IDES]

PEROXIDEDPEROXIDE, to treat with peroxide (a bleaching agent) [v]

PEROXIDESPEROXIDE, to treat with peroxide (a bleaching agent) [v]

PEROXIDIC[adj]

PEROXIDINGPEROXIDE, to treat with peroxide (a bleaching agent) [v]

PEROXIDSPEROXID, peroxide [n]

PEROXISOMAL[adj]

PEROXISOME[n -S]

PEROXISOMESPEROXISOME [n]

PEROXYcontaining the bivalent group O2 [adj]

PERPLEXto make mentally uncertain [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

PERPLEXEDPERPLEX, to make mentally uncertain [v]

PERPLEXEDLY[adv]

PERPLEXER[n -S]

PERPLEXERSPERPLEXER [n]

PERPLEXESPERPLEX, to make mentally uncertain [v]

PERPLEXINGPERPLEX, to make mentally uncertain [v]

PERPLEXITIESPERPLEXITY [n]

PERPLEXITY[n -TIES]

PERSPEXan acrylic plastic consisting essentially of polymethyl methacrylate -- a trademark [n -ES]

PERSPEXESPERSPEX, an acrylic plastic consisting essentially of polymethyl methacrylate -- a trademark [n]

PHALANXa formation of infantry in ancient Greece [n -ES]

PHALANXESPHALANX, a formation of infantry in ancient Greece [n]

PHARYNXa section of the digestive tract [n -YNGES or -YNXES]

PHARYNXESPHARYNX, a section of the digestive tract [n]

PHENIXphoenix (a mythical bird) [n -ES]

PHENIXESPHENIX, phoenix (a mythical bird) [n]

PHENOXIDE[n -S]

PHENOXIDESPHENOXIDE [n]

PHENOXYcontaining a radical derived from phenol [adj]

PHLOXa flowering plant [n -ES]

PHLOXESPHLOX, a flowering plant [n]

PHOENIXa mythical bird [n -ES]

PHOENIXESPHOENIX, a mythical bird [n]

PHOENIXLIKE[adj]

PHOTOEXCITATION[n -S]

PHOTOEXCITED[adj]

PHOTOOXIDATION[n -S]

PHOTOOXIDATIONSPHOTOOXIDATION [n]

PHOTOOXIDATIVE[adj]

PHOTOOXIDIZE[v -DIZED, -DIZING, -DIZES]

PHOTOOXIDIZEDPHOTOOXIDIZE [v]

PHOTOOXIDIZESPHOTOOXIDIZE [v]

PHOTOOXIDIZINGPHOTOOXIDIZE [v]

PHOTOTAXESPHOTOTAXIS [n]

PHOTOTAXIESPHOTOTAXY [n]

PHOTOTAXIS[n -TAXES]

PHOTOTAXY[n -TAXIES]

PHOTOTOXIC[adj]

PHOTOTOXICITIESPHOTOTOXICITY [n]

PHOTOTOXICITY[n -TIES]

PHYLAXISan inhibiting of infection by the body [n -AXISES]

PHYLAXISESPHYLAXIS, an inhibiting of infection by the body [n]

PHYLLOTAXESPHYLLOTAXIS [n]

PHYLLOTAXIESPHYLLOTAXY [n]

PHYLLOTAXIS[n -TAXES]

PHYLLOTAXY[n -TAXIES]

PHYLLOXERA[n -S]

PHYLLOXERASPHYLLOXERA [n]

PHYTOALEXIN[n -S]

PHYTOALEXINSPHYTOALEXIN [n]

PHYTOTOXIC[adj]

PHYTOTOXICITIESPHYTOTOXICITY [n]

PHYTOTOXICITY[n -TIES]

PICKAXto use a pickax (a tool for breaking hard surfaces) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

PICKAXEto pickax (to use a pickax (a tool for breaking hard surfaces)) [v -AXED, -AXING, -AXES]

PICKAXEDPICKAXE, to pickax (to use a pickax (a tool for breaking hard surfaces)) [v]

PICKAXESPICKAXE, to pickax (to use a pickax (a tool for breaking hard surfaces)) [v]

PICKAXINGPICKAXE, to pickax (to use a pickax (a tool for breaking hard surfaces)) [v]

PICROTOXIN[n -S]

PICROTOXINSPICROTOXIN [n]

PILLBOXa small box for pills [n -ES]

PILLBOXESPILLBOX, a small box for pills [n]

PIXpyx (a container in which the eucharistic bread is kept) [n -ES]

PIXELa basic unit of a video image [n -S]

PIXELSPIXEL, a basic unit of a video image [n]

PIXESPIX, pyx (a container in which the eucharistic bread is kept) [n]

PIXIEpixy (a playfully mischievous fairy or elf) [n -S] : PIXIEISH ~adj

PIXIEISHPIXIE, pixy (a playfully mischievous fairy or elf) [adj]

PIXIESPIXIE, pixy (a playfully mischievous fairy or elf) [n]

PIXILATED[adj]

PIXILATION[n -S]

PIXILATIONSPIXILATION [n]

PIXILLATED[adj]

PIXINESSthe state of being playfully mischievous [n -ES]

PIXINESSESPIXINESS, the state of being playfully mischievous [n]

PIXYa playfully mischievous fairy or elf [n PIXIES] : PIXYISH ~adj

PIXYISHPIXY, a playfully mischievous fairy or elf [adj]

PLAINTEXT[n -S]

PLAINTEXTSPLAINTEXT [n]

PLATEAUXPLATEAU, a level stretch of elevated land [n]

PLEIOTAXIESPLEIOTAXY [n]

PLEIOTAXY[n -TAXIES]

PLEXa multiplex [n -ES]

PLEXALpertaining to a plexus (an interlacing of parts) [adj]

PLEXESPLEX, a multiplex [n]

PLEXIFORM[adj]

PLEXORa small, hammer-like medical instrument [n -S]

PLEXORSPLEXOR, a small, hammer-like medical instrument [n]

PLEXUSan interlacing of parts [n -ES]

PLEXUSESPLEXUS, an interlacing of parts [n]

PNEUMOTHORAX[n -RAXES or -RACES]

PNEUMOTHORAXESPNEUMOTHORAX [n]

POLEAXto strike with an axlike weapon [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

POLEAXEto poleax (to strike with an axlike weapon) [v -AXED, -AXING, -AXES]

POLEAXEDPOLEAX, to strike with an axlike weapon [v]

POLEAXESPOLEAX, to strike with an axlike weapon [v]

POLEAXINGPOLEAX, to strike with an axlike weapon [v]

POLLEXthe innermost digit of the forelimb [n -LICES] : POLLICAL ~adj

POLYHYDROXY[adj]

POLYMYXIN[n -S]

POLYMYXINSPOLYMYXIN [n]

PONTIFEXan ancient Roman priest [n -FICES]

PORTMANTEAUXPORTMANTEAU [n]

POSTAXIAL[adj]

POSTBOXa mailbox (a box for depositing mail) [n -ES]

POSTBOXESPOSTBOX, a mailbox (a box for depositing mail) [n]

POSTEXERCISE[adj]

POSTEXILIC[adj]

POSTEXPERIENCE[adj]

POSTEXPOSURE[adj]

POSTFIXto affix at the end of something [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

POSTFIXAL[adj]

POSTFIXEDPOSTFIX, to affix at the end of something [v]

POSTFIXESPOSTFIX, to affix at the end of something [v]

POSTFIXINGPOSTFIX, to affix at the end of something [v]

POSTTAXafter taxes have been taken out [adj]

POXto infect with syphilis [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

POXEDPOX, to infect with syphilis [v]

POXESPOX, to infect with syphilis [v]

POXIERPOXY, afflicted with a pox [adj]

POXIESTPOXY, afflicted with a pox [adj]

POXINGPOX, to infect with syphilis [v]

POXVIRUSa type of virus (any of a class of submicroscopic pathogens) [n -ES]

POXVIRUSESPOXVIRUS, a type of virus (any of a class of submicroscopic pathogens) [n]

POXYafflicted with a pox [adj POXIER, POXIEST]

PRAXEOLOGICAL[adj]

PRAXEOLOGIESPRAXEOLOGY [n]

PRAXEOLOGY[n -GIES]

PRAXESPRAXIS, practical use of a branch of learning [n]

PRAXISpractical use of a branch of learning [n PRAXISES or PRAXES]

PRAXISESPRAXIS, practical use of a branch of learning [n]

PREAXIALsituated in front of an axis [adj]

PRECIEUXexcessively refined [adj]

PREEXCITE[v -CITED, -CITING, -CITES]

PREEXCITEDPREEXCITE [v]

PREEXCITESPREEXCITE [v]

PREEXCITINGPREEXCITE [v]

PREEXEMPT[v -ED, -ING, -S]

PREEXEMPTEDPREEXEMPT [v]

PREEXEMPTINGPREEXEMPT [v]

PREEXEMPTSPREEXEMPT [v]

PREEXILIC[adj]

PREEXISTto exist before [v -ED, -ING, -S]

PREEXISTEDPREEXIST, to exist before [v]

PREEXISTENCE[n -S]

PREEXISTENCESPREEXISTENCE [n]

PREEXISTENT[adj]

PREEXISTINGPREEXIST, to exist before [v]

PREEXISTSPREEXIST, to exist before [v]

PREEXPERIMENT[adj]

PREEXPOSE[v -POSED, -POSING, -POSES]

PREEXPOSEDPREEXPOSE [v]

PREEXPOSESPREEXPOSE [v]

PREEXPOSINGPREEXPOSE [v]

PREFIXto add as a prefix (a form affixed to the beginning of a root word) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

PREFIXALpertaining to or being a prefix [adj]

PREFIXEDPREFIX, to add as a prefix (a form affixed to the beginning of a root word) [v]

PREFIXESPREFIX, to add as a prefix (a form affixed to the beginning of a root word) [v]

PREFIXINGPREFIX, to add as a prefix (a form affixed to the beginning of a root word) [v]

PREFIXION[n -S]

PREFIXIONSPREFIXION [n]

PREMAXILLA[n -LAE or -LAS]

PREMAXILLAEPREMAXILLA [n]

PREMAXILLARIESPREMAXILLARY [n]

PREMAXILLARY[n -RIES]

PREMAXILLASPREMAXILLA [n]

PREMIXto mix before use [v -MIXED or -MIXT, -MIXING, -MIXES]

PREMIXEDPREMIX, to mix before use [v]

PREMIXESPREMIX, to mix before use [v]

PREMIXINGPREMIX, to mix before use [v]

PREMIXTPREMIX, to mix before use [v]

PRETAXexisting before provision for taxes [adj]

PRETEXTto allege as an excuse [v -ED, -ING, -S]

PRETEXTEDPRETEXT, to allege as an excuse [v]

PRETEXTINGPRETEXT, to allege as an excuse [v]

PRETEXTSPRETEXT, to allege as an excuse [v]

PREXprexy (a president) [n -ES]

PREXESPREX, prexy (a president) [n]

PREXIESPREXY, a president [n]

PREXYa president [n PREXIES]

PRIEDIEUXPRIEDIEU, a piece of furniture for kneeling on during prayer [n]

PRINCOXprincock (a coxcomb (a conceited dandy)) [n -ES]

PRINCOXESPRINCOX, princock (a coxcomb (a conceited dandy)) [n]

PROLIXtediously long and wordy [adj] : PROLIXLY ~adv

PROLIXITIESPROLIXITY [n]

PROLIXITY[n -TIES]

PROLIXLYPROLIX, tediously long and wordy [adv]

PROPHYLAXESPROPHYLAXIS [n]

PROPHYLAXIS[n -LAXES]

PROPOXYPHENE[n -S]

PROPOXYPHENESPROPOXYPHENE [n]

PROTHORAX[n -RAXES or -RACES]

PROTHORAXESPROTHORAX [n]

PROTOGALAXIESPROTOGALAXY [n]

PROTOGALAXY[n -GALAXIES]

PROTOXIDan oxide (a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical) [n -S]

PROTOXIDE[n -S]

PROTOXIDESPROTOXIDE [n]

PROTOXIDSPROTOXID, an oxide (a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical) [n]

PROTOXYLEM[n -S]

PROTOXYLEMSPROTOXYLEM [n]

PROXEMICpertaining to a branch of environmental study [adj]

PROXEMICS[n]

PROXIESPROXY, a person authorized to act for another [n]

PROXIMALlocated near the point of origin [adj]

PROXIMALLY[adv]

PROXIMATE[adj]

PROXIMATELY[adv]

PROXIMATENESS[n -ES]

PROXIMATENESSESPROXIMATENESS [n]

PROXIMITIESPROXIMITY [n]

PROXIMITY[n -TIES]

PROXIMOof or occurring in the following month [adj]

PROXYa person authorized to act for another [n PROXIES]

PSYCHOSEXUAL[adj]

PSYCHOSEXUALITY[n -TIES]

PSYCHOSEXUALLY[adv]

PYREXborosilicate glass and glassware resistant to heat, chemicals, and electricity -- a trademark [n -ES]

PYREXESPYREX, borosilicate glass and glassware resistant to heat, chemicals, and electricity -- a trademark [n]

PYREXIAfever [n -S] : PYREXIAL, PYREXIC ~adj

PYREXIALPYREXIA, fever [adj]

PYREXIASPYREXIA, fever [n]

PYREXICPYREXIA, fever [adj]

PYRIDOXAL[n -S]

PYRIDOXALSPYRIDOXAL [n]

PYRIDOXAMINE[n -S]

PYRIDOXAMINESPYRIDOXAMINE [n]

PYRIDOXIN[n -S]

PYRIDOXINE[n -S]

PYRIDOXINESPYRIDOXINE [n]

PYRIDOXINSPYRIDOXIN [n]

PYROXENEany of a group of minerals common in igneous rocks [n -S]

PYROXENESPYROXENE, any of a group of minerals common in igneous rocks [n]

PYROXENIC[adj]

PYROXENITE[n -S]

PYROXENITESPYROXENITE [n]

PYROXENITIC[adj]

PYROXENOID[n -S]

PYROXENOIDSPYROXENOID [n]

PYROXYLIN[n -S]

PYROXYLINSPYROXYLIN [n]

PYXa container in which the eucharistic bread is kept [n -ES]

PYXESPYX, a container in which the eucharistic bread is kept [n]

PYXIDESPYXIS, a pyxidium (a type of seed vessel) [n]

PYXIDIAPYXIDIUM, a type of seed vessel [n]

PYXIDIUMa type of seed vessel [n -IA]

PYXIEan evergreen shrub [n -S]

PYXIESPYXIE, an evergreen shrub [n]

PYXISa pyxidium (a type of seed vessel) [n PYXIDES]

QUADPLEXa building having four units [n -ES]

QUADPLEXESQUADPLEX, a building having four units [n]

QUINCUNXan arrangement of five objects [n -ES]

QUINCUNXESQUINCUNX, an arrangement of five objects [n]

QUINCUNXIAL[adj]

QUIXOTEa quixotic person [n -S]

QUIXOTESQUIXOTE, a quixotic person [n]

QUIXOTICextremely idealistic [adj]

QUIXOTICAL[adj]

QUIXOTICALLY[adv]

QUIXOTISM[n -S]

QUIXOTISMSQUIXOTISM [n]

QUIXOTRIESQUIXOTRY, quixotic action or thought [n]

QUIXOTRYquixotic action or thought [n -TRIES]

RADIXthe root of a plant [n -DICES or -DIXES]

RADIXESRADIX, the root of a plant [n]

RATTLEBOX[n -ES]

RATTLEBOXESRATTLEBOX [n]

RAXto stretch out [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

RAXEDRAX, to stretch out [v]

RAXESRAX, to stretch out [v]

RAXINGRAX, to stretch out [v]

REAFFIXAFFIX, to attach (to connect as an associated part) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

REAFFIXEDREAFFIX, AFFIX, to attach (to connect as an associated part) [v]

REAFFIXESREAFFIX, AFFIX, to attach (to connect as an associated part) [v]

REAFFIXINGREAFFIX, AFFIX, to attach (to connect as an associated part) [v]

REANNEXANNEX, to add or attach [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

REANNEXATIONANNEXATION [n -S]

REANNEXATIONSREANNEXATION, ANNEXATION [n]

REANNEXEDREANNEX, ANNEX, to add or attach [v]

REANNEXESREANNEX, ANNEX, to add or attach [v]

REANNEXINGREANNEX, ANNEX, to add or attach [v]

RECONTEXTUALIZECONTEXTUALIZE [v -IZED, -IZING, -IZES]

RECTRIXa feather of a bird's tail [n -TRICES]

REDOXa type of chemical reaction [n -ES]

REDOXESREDOX, a type of chemical reaction [n]

REDUXbrought back [adj]

REEXAMINATIONEXAMINATION [n -S]

REEXAMINATIONSREEXAMINATION, EXAMINATION [n]

REEXAMINEEXAMINE, to inspect (to look carefully at or over) [v -MINED, -MINING, -MINES]

REEXAMINEDREEXAMINE, EXAMINE, to inspect (to look carefully at or over) [v]

REEXAMINESREEXAMINE, EXAMINE, to inspect (to look carefully at or over) [v]

REEXAMININGREEXAMINE, EXAMINE, to inspect (to look carefully at or over) [v]

REEXECUTEEXECUTE, to carry out [v -CUTED, -CUTING, -CUTES]

REEXECUTEDREEXECUTE, EXECUTE, to carry out [v]

REEXECUTESREEXECUTE, EXECUTE, to carry out [v]

REEXECUTINGREEXECUTE, EXECUTE, to carry out [v]

REEXHIBITEXHIBIT, to present for public viewing [v -ED, -ING, -S]

REEXHIBITEDREEXHIBIT, EXHIBIT, to present for public viewing [v]

REEXHIBITINGREEXHIBIT, EXHIBIT, to present for public viewing [v]

REEXHIBITSREEXHIBIT, EXHIBIT, to present for public viewing [v]

REEXPELEXPEL, to force out [v -PELLED, -PELLING, -PELS]

REEXPELLEDREEXPEL, EXPEL, to force out [v]

REEXPELLINGREEXPEL, EXPEL, to force out [v]

REEXPELSREEXPEL, EXPEL, to force out [v]

REEXPERIENCEEXPERIENCE [v -ENCED, -ENCING, -ENCES]

REEXPERIENCEDREEXPERIENCE, EXPERIENCE [v]

REEXPERIENCESREEXPERIENCE, EXPERIENCE [v]

REEXPERIENCINGREEXPERIENCE, EXPERIENCE [v]

REEXPLAINEXPLAIN, to make plain or understandable [v -ED, -ING, -S]

REEXPLAINEDREEXPLAIN, EXPLAIN, to make plain or understandable [v]

REEXPLAININGREEXPLAIN, EXPLAIN, to make plain or understandable [v]

REEXPLAINSREEXPLAIN, EXPLAIN, to make plain or understandable [v]

REEXPLOREEXPLORE, to travel through for the purpose of discovery [v -PLORED, -PLORING, -PLORES]

REEXPLOREDREEXPLORE, EXPLORE, to travel through for the purpose of discovery [v]

REEXPLORESREEXPLORE, EXPLORE, to travel through for the purpose of discovery [v]

REEXPLORINGREEXPLORE, EXPLORE, to travel through for the purpose of discovery [v]

REEXPORTEXPORT, to send to other countries for commercial purposes [v -ED, -ING, -S]

REEXPORTATIONEXPORTATION [n -S]

REEXPORTATIONSREEXPORTATION, EXPORTATION [n]

REEXPORTEDREEXPORT, EXPORT, to send to other countries for commercial purposes [v]

REEXPORTINGREEXPORT, EXPORT, to send to other countries for commercial purposes [v]

REEXPORTSREEXPORT, EXPORT, to send to other countries for commercial purposes [v]

REEXPOSEEXPOSE, to lay open to view [v -POSED, -POSING, -POSES]

REEXPOSEDREEXPOSE, EXPOSE, to lay open to view [v]

REEXPOSESREEXPOSE, EXPOSE, to lay open to view [v]

REEXPOSINGREEXPOSE, EXPOSE, to lay open to view [v]

REEXPOSUREEXPOSURE, the act of exposing (to lay open to view) [n -S]

REEXPOSURESREEXPOSURE, EXPOSURE, the act of exposing (to lay open to view) [n]

REEXPRESSEXPRESS, to set forth in words [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

REEXPRESSEDREEXPRESS, EXPRESS, to set forth in words [v]

REEXPRESSESREEXPRESS, EXPRESS, to set forth in words [v]

REEXPRESSINGREEXPRESS, EXPRESS, to set forth in words [v]

REFIXFIX, to repair (to restore to good condition) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

REFIXEDREFIX, FIX, to repair (to restore to good condition) [v]

REFIXESREFIX, FIX, to repair (to restore to good condition) [v]

REFIXINGREFIX, FIX, to repair (to restore to good condition) [v]

REFLEXto bend back [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

REFLEXEDREFLEX, to bend back [v]

REFLEXESREFLEX, to bend back [v]

REFLEXINGREFLEX, to bend back [v]

REFLEXIONFLEXION, flection (the act of bending (to curve)) [n -S]

REFLEXIONSREFLEXION, FLEXION, flection (the act of bending (to curve)) [n]

REFLEXIVE[n -S]

REFLEXIVELY[adv]

REFLEXIVENESS[n -ES]

REFLEXIVENESSESREFLEXIVENESS [n]

REFLEXIVESREFLEXIVE [n]

REFLEXIVITIESREFLEXIVITY [n]

REFLEXIVITY[n -TIES]

REFLEXLYin a reflexed manner [adv]

REFLEXOLOGIESREFLEXOLOGY [n]

REFLEXOLOGY[n -GIES]

REFLUXto cause to flow back [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

REFLUXEDREFLUX, to cause to flow back [v]

REFLUXESREFLUX, to cause to flow back [v]

REFLUXINGREFLUX, to cause to flow back [v]

REINDEXINDEX, to provide with an index [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

REINDEXEDREINDEX, INDEX, to provide with an index [v]

REINDEXESREINDEX, INDEX, to provide with an index [v]

REINDEXINGREINDEX, INDEX, to provide with an index [v]

RELAXto make less tense or rigid [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

RELAXABLE[adj]

RELAXANTa drug that relieves muscular tension [n -S]

RELAXANTSRELAXANT, a drug that relieves muscular tension [n]

RELAXATIONLAXATION, the act of relaxing (to make less tense or rigid) [n -S]

RELAXATIONSRELAXATION, LAXATION, the act of relaxing (to make less tense or rigid) [n]

RELAXEDRELAX, to make less tense or rigid [v]

RELAXEDLY[adv]

RELAXEDNESS[n -ES]

RELAXEDNESSESRELAXEDNESS [n]

RELAXERone that relaxes (to make less tense or rigid) [n -S]

RELAXERSRELAXER, one that relaxes (to make less tense or rigid) [n]

RELAXESRELAX, to make less tense or rigid [v]

RELAXINa female hormone (a secretion of the endocrine organs) [n -S]

RELAXINGRELAX, to make less tense or rigid [v]

RELAXINSRELAXIN, a female hormone (a secretion of the endocrine organs) [n]

REMEXa flight feather of a bird's wing [n REMIGES] : REMIGIAL ~adj

REMIXMIX, to put together into one mass [v -MIXED or -MIXT, -MIXING, -MIXES]

REMIXEDREMIX, MIX, to put together into one mass [v]

REMIXESREMIX, MIX, to put together into one mass [v]

REMIXINGREMIX, MIX, to put together into one mass [v]

REMIXTREMIX, MIX, to put together into one mass [v]

REMIXTUREMIXTURE, something produced by mixing [n -S]

REMIXTURESREMIXTURE, MIXTURE, something produced by mixing [n]

REOXIDATIONOXIDATION [n -S]

REOXIDATIONSREOXIDATION, OXIDATION [n]

REOXIDIZEOXIDIZE, to combine with oxygen [v -DIZED, -DIZING, -DIZES]

REOXIDIZEDREOXIDIZE, OXIDIZE, to combine with oxygen [v]

REOXIDIZESREOXIDIZE, OXIDIZE, to combine with oxygen [v]

REOXIDIZINGREOXIDIZE, OXIDIZE, to combine with oxygen [v]

RESEAUXRESEAU, a filter screen for making color films [n]

RETAXTAX, to place a tax (a charge imposed by authority for public purposes) on [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

RETAXEDRETAX, TAX, to place a tax (a charge imposed by authority for public purposes) on [v]

RETAXESRETAX, TAX, to place a tax (a charge imposed by authority for public purposes) on [v]

RETAXINGRETAX, TAX, to place a tax (a charge imposed by authority for public purposes) on [v]

RETEXTURETEXTURE, to make by weaving [v -TURED, -TURING, -TURES]

RETEXTUREDRETEXTURE, TEXTURE, to make by weaving [v]

RETEXTURESRETEXTURE, TEXTURE, to make by weaving [v]

RETEXTURINGRETEXTURE, TEXTURE, to make by weaving [v]

RETROFLEX[n -ES]

RETROFLEXESRETROFLEX [n]

RETROFLEXION[n -S]

RETROFLEXIONSRETROFLEXION [n]

REWAXWAX, to coat with wax (a natural, heat-sensitive substance) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

REWAXEDREWAX, WAX, to coat with wax (a natural, heat-sensitive substance) [v]

REWAXESREWAX, WAX, to coat with wax (a natural, heat-sensitive substance) [v]

REWAXINGREWAX, WAX, to coat with wax (a natural, heat-sensitive substance) [v]

REXan animal with a single wavy layer of hair [n -ES] / king [n REGES]

REXESREX, an animal with a single wavy layer of hair [n]

REXINEa strong, coated cloth used as a covering material for books -- a trademark [n -S]

REXINESREXINE, a strong, coated cloth used as a covering material for books -- a trademark [n]

RHEOTAXESRHEOTAXIS [n]

RHEOTAXIS[n -TAXES]

RONDEAUXRONDEAU, a short poem of fixed form [n]

ROULEAUXROULEAU, a roll of coins wrapped in paper [n]

ROUXa mixture of butter and flour [n ROUX]

SALPINXan anatomical tube [n -PINGES]

SALTBOXa type of house [n -ES]

SALTBOXESSALTBOX, a type of house [n]

SANDBOXa box containing sand for children to play in [n -ES]

SANDBOXESSANDBOX, a box containing sand for children to play in [n]

SARDONYXa variety of quartz [n -ES]

SARDONYXESSARDONYX, a variety of quartz [n]

SAUCEBOXa saucy person [n -ES]

SAUCEBOXESSAUCEBOX, a saucy person [n]

SAXa saxophone [n -ES]

SAXATILEliving or growing among rocks [adj]

SAXESSAX, a saxophone [n]

SAXHORNa brass wind instrument [n -S]

SAXHORNSSAXHORN, a brass wind instrument [n]

SAXICOLOUS[adj]

SAXIFRAGE[n -S]

SAXIFRAGESSAXIFRAGE [n]

SAXITOXIN[n -S]

SAXITOXINSSAXITOXIN [n]

SAXONIESSAXONY, a woolen fabric [n]

SAXONYa woolen fabric [n -NIES]

SAXOPHONE[n -S]

SAXOPHONESSAXOPHONE [n]

SAXOPHONIC[adj]

SAXOPHONIST[n -S]

SAXOPHONISTSSAXOPHONIST [n]

SAXTUBAa bass saxhorn [n -S]

SAXTUBASSAXTUBA, a bass saxhorn [n]

SCOLEXthe knoblike head of a tapeworm [n -LECES or -LICES]

SEMIFLEXIBLE[adj]

SEXto determine the sex (the property by which organisms are classified according to reproductive functions) of [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

SEXAGENARIAN[n -S]

SEXAGENARIANSSEXAGENARIAN [n]

SEXAGESIMAL[n -S]

SEXAGESIMALSSEXAGESIMAL [n]

SEXDECILLION[n -S]

SEXDECILLIONSSEXDECILLION [n]

SEXEDSEX, to determine the sex (the property by which organisms are classified according to reproductive functions) of [v]

SEXENNIAL[n -S]

SEXENNIALSSEXENNIAL [n]

SEXESSEX, to determine the sex (the property by which organisms are classified according to reproductive functions) of [v]

SEXIERSEXY, arousing sexual desire [adj]

SEXIESTSEXY, arousing sexual desire [adj]

SEXILYin a sexy manner [adv]

SEXINESSthe quality or state of being sexy [n -ES]

SEXINESSESSEXINESS, the quality or state of being sexy [n]

SEXINGSEX, to determine the sex (the property by which organisms are classified according to reproductive functions) of [v]

SEXISMprejudice or discrimination against women [n -S]

SEXISMSSEXISM, prejudice or discrimination against women [n]

SEXISTone that practices sexism (prejudice or discrimination against women) [n -S]

SEXISTSSEXIST, one that practices sexism (prejudice or discrimination against women) [n]

SEXLESSlacking sexual characteristics [adj]

SEXLESSLY[adv]

SEXLESSNESS[n -ES]

SEXLESSNESSESSEXLESSNESS [n]

SEXOLOGIC[adj]

SEXOLOGIESSEXOLOGY, the study of human sexual behavior [n]

SEXOLOGIST[n -S]

SEXOLOGISTSSEXOLOGIST [n]

SEXOLOGYthe study of human sexual behavior [n -GIES]

SEXPLOITATION[n -S]

SEXPLOITATIONSSEXPLOITATION [n]

SEXPOTa sexually attractive woman [n -S]

SEXPOTSSEXPOT, a sexually attractive woman [n]

SEXTone of seven canonical daily periods for prayer and devotion [n -S]

SEXTAINa stanza of six lines [n -S]

SEXTAINSSEXTAIN, a stanza of six lines [n]

SEXTANa recurrent malarial fever [n -S]

SEXTANSSEXTAN, a recurrent malarial fever [n]

SEXTANTan instrument for measuring angular distances [n -S]

SEXTANTSSEXTANT, an instrument for measuring angular distances [n]

SEXTARIISEXTARIUS, an ancient Roman unit of liquid measure [n]

SEXTARIUSan ancient Roman unit of liquid measure [n -TARII]

SEXTETa group of six [n -S]

SEXTETSSEXTET, a group of six [n]

SEXTETTEsextet (a group of six) [n -S]

SEXTETTESSEXTETTE, sextet (a group of six) [n]

SEXTILEthe position of two celestial bodies when they are sixty degrees apart [n -S]

SEXTILESSEXTILE, the position of two celestial bodies when they are sixty degrees apart [n]

SEXTILLION[n -S]

SEXTILLIONSSEXTILLION [n]

SEXTOsixmo (a paper size) [n -TOS]

SEXTODECIMO[n -MOS]

SEXTODECIMOSSEXTODECIMO [n]

SEXTONa maintenance worker of a church [n -S]

SEXTONSSEXTON, a maintenance worker of a church [n]

SEXTOSSEXTO, sixmo (a paper size) [n]

SEXTSSEXT, one of seven canonical daily periods for prayer and devotion [n]

SEXTUPLEto make six times as great [v -PLED, -PLING, -PLES]

SEXTUPLEDSEXTUPLE, to make six times as great [v]

SEXTUPLESSEXTUPLE, to make six times as great [v]

SEXTUPLET[n -S]

SEXTUPLETSSEXTUPLET [n]

SEXTUPLICATE[v -CATED, -CATING, -CATES]

SEXTUPLICATEDSEXTUPLICATE [v]

SEXTUPLICATESSEXTUPLICATE [v]

SEXTUPLICATINGSEXTUPLICATE [v]

SEXTUPLINGSEXTUPLE, to make six times as great [v]

SEXTUPLYto six times as much or as many [adv]

SEXUALpertaining to sex [adj] : SEXUALLY ~adv

SEXUALITIESSEXUALITY [n]

SEXUALITY[n -TIES]

SEXUALIZE[v -IZED, -IZING, -IZES]

SEXUALIZEDSEXUALIZE [v]

SEXUALIZESSEXUALIZE [v]

SEXUALIZINGSEXUALIZE [v]

SEXUALLYSEXUAL, pertaining to sex [adv]

SEXYarousing sexual desire [adj SEXIER, SEXIEST]

SHADOWBOX[v -ED, -ING, -ES]

SHADOWBOXEDSHADOWBOX [v]

SHADOWBOXESSHADOWBOX [v]

SHADOWBOXINGSHADOWBOX [v]

SHOEBOXan oblong box for holding a pair of shoes [n -ES]

SHOEBOXESSHOEBOX, an oblong box for holding a pair of shoes [n]

SILEXsilica (a form of silicon) [n -ES]

SILEXESSILEX, silica (a form of silicon) [n]

SILOXANEa chemical compound [n -S]

SILOXANESSILOXANE, a chemical compound [n]

SILVEXan herbicide [n -ES]

SILVEXESSILVEX, an herbicide [n]

SIMPLEXa simple word [n -PLEXES, -PLICES, or -PLICIA]

SIMPLEXESSIMPLEX, a simple word [n]

SIXa number [n -ES]

SIXESSIX, a number [n]

SIXFOLDbeing six times as great as [adj]

SIXMOa paper size [n -MOS]

SIXMOSSIXMO, a paper size [n]

SIXPENCEa British coin worth six pennies [n -S]

SIXPENCESSIXPENCE, a British coin worth six pennies [n]

SIXPENNYworth sixpence [adj]

SIXTEa fencing parry [n -S]

SIXTEENa number [n -S]

SIXTEENMO[n -MOS]

SIXTEENMOSSIXTEENMO [n]

SIXTEENSSIXTEEN, a number [n]

SIXTEENTH[n -S]

SIXTEENTHSSIXTEENTH [n]

SIXTESSIXTE, a fencing parry [n]

SIXTHone of six equal parts [n -S]

SIXTHLYin the sixth place [adv]

SIXTHSSIXTH, one of six equal parts [n]

SIXTIESSIXTY, a number [n]

SIXTIETHone of sixty equal parts [n -S]

SIXTIETHSSIXTIETH, one of sixty equal parts [n]

SIXTYa number [n -TIES]

SIXTYISHbeing about sixty years old [adj]

SKYBOXan enclosure of seats situated high in a stadium [n -ES]

SKYBOXESSKYBOX, an enclosure of seats situated high in a stadium [n]

SMALLPOXa virus disease [n -ES]

SMALLPOXESSMALLPOX, a virus disease [n]

SMILAXa twining plant [n -ES]

SMILAXESSMILAX, a twining plant [n]

SNUFFBOXa box for holding snuff [n -ES]

SNUFFBOXESSNUFFBOX, a box for holding snuff [n]

SOAPBOXto deliver an informal impassioned speech on the street [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

SOAPBOXEDSOAPBOX, to deliver an informal impassioned speech on the street [v]

SOAPBOXESSOAPBOX, to deliver an informal impassioned speech on the street [v]

SOAPBOXINGSOAPBOX, to deliver an informal impassioned speech on the street [v]

SOCIOSEXUAL[adj]

SONOVOXa sound effects device [n -ES]

SONOVOXESSONOVOX, a sound effects device [n]

SOUNDBOXa resonant cavity in a musical instrument [n -ES]

SOUNDBOXESSOUNDBOX, a resonant cavity in a musical instrument [n]

SOXSOCK, a knitted or woven covering for the foot [n]

SPADIXa flower cluster [n -DICES or -DIXES]

SPADIXESSPADIX, a flower cluster [n]

SPANDEXa synthetic elastic fiber [n -ES]

SPANDEXESSPANDEX, a synthetic elastic fiber [n]

SPHINXa monster in Egyptian mythology [n SPHINXES or SPHINGES]

SPHINXESSPHINX, a monster in Egyptian mythology [n]

SPHINXLIKE[adj]

SPHYNXa cat of a breed of hairless cats [n -ES]

SPHYNXESSPHYNX, a cat of a breed of hairless cats [n]

SPINIFEXan Australian grass [n -ES]

SPINIFEXESSPINIFEX, an Australian grass [n]

STEREOTAXIC[adj]

STEREOTAXICALLY[adv]

STORAXa fragrant resin [n -ES]

STORAXESSTORAX, a fragrant resin [n]

STRONGBOX[n -ES]

STRONGBOXESSTRONGBOX [n]

STYRAXstorax (a fragrant resin) [n -ES]

STYRAXESSTYRAX, storax (a fragrant resin) [n]

SUBAXIALsomewhat axial [adj]

SUBBUREAUXSUBBUREAU [n]

SUBCLIMAX[n -ES]

SUBCLIMAXESSUBCLIMAX [n]

SUBCORTEX[n -TEXES or -TICES]

SUBCORTEXESSUBCORTEX [n]

SUBFIXa distinguishing symbol or letter written below another character [n -ES]

SUBFIXESSUBFIX, a distinguishing symbol or letter written below another character [n]

SUBINDEXa subfix (a distinguishing symbol or letter written below another character) [n -DEXES or -DICES]

SUBINDEXESSUBINDEX, a subfix (a distinguishing symbol or letter written below another character) [n]

SUBLUXATION[n -S]

SUBLUXATIONSSUBLUXATION [n]

SUBMAXILLARIESSUBMAXILLARY [n]

SUBMAXILLARY[n -RIES]

SUBMAXIMAL[adj]

SUBOXIDEan oxide containing relatively little oxygen [n -S]

SUBOXIDESSUBOXIDE, an oxide containing relatively little oxygen [n]

SUBTAXASUBTAXON, a subdivision of a taxon [n]

SUBTAXONa subdivision of a taxon [n -TAXA or -TAXONS]

SUBTAXONSSUBTAXON, a subdivision of a taxon [n]

SUBTEXTwritten or printed matter under a more general text [n -S]

SUBTEXTSSUBTEXT, written or printed matter under a more general text [n]

SUBTEXTUAL[adj]

SUFFIXto add as a suffix (a form affixed to the end of a root word) [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

SUFFIXALpertaining to or being a suffix [adj]

SUFFIXATION[n -S]

SUFFIXATIONSSUFFIXATION [n]

SUFFIXEDSUFFIX, to add as a suffix (a form affixed to the end of a root word) [v]

SUFFIXESSUFFIX, to add as a suffix (a form affixed to the end of a root word) [v]

SUFFIXINGSUFFIX, to add as a suffix (a form affixed to the end of a root word) [v]

SUFFIXION[n -S]

SUFFIXIONSSUFFIXION [n]

SULFOXIDE[n -S]

SULFOXIDESSULFOXIDE [n]

SUPERDELUXE[adj]

SUPEREXPENSIVE[adj]

SUPEREXPRESS[n -ES]

SUPEREXPRESSESSUPEREXPRESS [n]

SUPERFIXa recurrent pattern of stress in speech [n -ES]

SUPERFIXESSUPERFIX, a recurrent pattern of stress in speech [n]

SUPERHELIX[n -LIXES or -LICES]

SUPERHELIXESSUPERHELIX [n]

SUPERLUXURIOUS[adj]

SUPERLUXURY[adj]

SUPEROXIDE[n -S]

SUPEROXIDESSUPEROXIDE [n]

SUPERSEXa type of sterile organism [n -ES]

SUPERSEXESSUPERSEX, a type of sterile organism [n]

SUPERSEXUALITY[n -TIES]

SUPERTAXan additional tax [n -ES]

SUPERTAXESSUPERTAX, an additional tax [n]

SURTAXto assess with an extra tax [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

SURTAXEDSURTAX, to assess with an extra tax [v]

SURTAXESSURTAX, to assess with an extra tax [v]

SURTAXINGSURTAX, to assess with an extra tax [v]

SWEATBOXa small enclosure in which one is made to sweat [n -ES]

SWEATBOXESSWEATBOX, a small enclosure in which one is made to sweat [n]

SWINEPOXa disease of swine [n -ES]

SWINEPOXESSWINEPOX, a disease of swine [n]

SYNTAXthe way in which words are put together to form phrases and sentences [n -ES]

SYNTAXESSYNTAX, the way in which words are put together to form phrases and sentences [n]

SYRINXthe vocal organ of a bird [n -INGES or -INXES]

SYRINXESSYRINX, the vocal organ of a bird [n]

TABLEAUXTABLEAU, a picture [n]

TAMOXIFEN[n -S]

TAMOXIFENSTAMOXIFEN [n]

TAXto place a tax (a charge imposed by authority for public purposes) on [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

TAXATAXON, a unit of scientific classification [n]

TAXABLEsubject to tax [adj] : TAXABLY ~adv / a taxable item [n -S]

TAXABLESTAXABLE, a taxable item [n]

TAXABLYTAXABLE, subject to tax [adv]

TAXATIONthe process of taxing [n -S]

TAXATIONSTAXATION, the process of taxing [n]

TAXEDTAX, to place a tax (a charge imposed by authority for public purposes) on [v]

TAXEMEa minimum grammatical feature of selection [n -S] : TAXEMIC ~adj

TAXEMESTAXEME, a minimum grammatical feature of selection [n]

TAXEMICTAXEME, a minimum grammatical feature of selection [adj]

TAXERone that taxes (to place a tax (a charge imposed by authority for public purposes) on) [n -S]

TAXERSTAXER, one that taxes (to place a tax (a charge imposed by authority for public purposes) on) [n]

TAXESTAX, to place a tax (a charge imposed by authority for public purposes) on [v]

TAXIto travel in a taxicab [v TAXIED, TAXIING or TAXYING, TAXIS or TAXIES]

TAXICABan automobile for hire [n -S]

TAXICABSTAXICAB, an automobile for hire [n]

TAXIDERMIC[adj]

TAXIDERMIESTAXIDERMY [n]

TAXIDERMIST[n -S]

TAXIDERMISTSTAXIDERMIST [n]

TAXIDERMY[n -MIES]

TAXIEDTAXI, to travel in a taxicab [v]

TAXIESTAXI, to travel in a taxicab [v]

TAXIINGTAXI, to travel in a taxicab [v]

TAXIMANthe operator of a taxicab [n TAXIMEN]

TAXIMENTAXIMAN, the operator of a taxicab [n]

TAXIMETER[n -S]

TAXIMETERSTAXIMETER [n]

TAXINGTAX, to place a tax (a charge imposed by authority for public purposes) on [v]

TAXINGLYin an onerous manner [adv]

TAXISTAXI, to travel in a taxicab [v]

TAXITEa volcanic rock [n -S] : TAXITIC ~adj

TAXITESTAXITE, a volcanic rock [n]

TAXITICTAXITE, a volcanic rock [adj]

TAXIWAYa paved strip at an airport [n -WAYS]

TAXIWAYSTAXIWAY, a paved strip at an airport [n]

TAXLESSfree from taxation [adj]

TAXMANone who collects taxes [n TAXMEN]

TAXMENTAXMAN, one who collects taxes [n]

TAXOLa medicinal substance from a yew tree [n -S]

TAXOLSTAXOL, a medicinal substance from a yew tree [n]

TAXONa unit of scientific classification [n TAXA or TAXONS]

TAXONOMIC[adj]

TAXONOMICALLY[adv]

TAXONOMIESTAXONOMY, the study of scientific classification [n]

TAXONOMIST[n -S]

TAXONOMISTSTAXONOMIST [n]

TAXONOMYthe study of scientific classification [n -MIES]

TAXONSTAXON, a unit of scientific classification [n]

TAXPAIDpaid for by taxes [adj]

TAXPAYERone that pays taxes [n -S]

TAXPAYERSTAXPAYER, one that pays taxes [n]

TAXPAYING[n -S]

TAXPAYINGSTAXPAYING [n]

TAXUSan evergreen tree or shrub [n TAXUS]

TAXWISEpertaining to taxes [adj]

TAXYINGTAXI, to travel in a taxicab [v]

TEABOXa box for tea leaves [n -ES]

TEABOXESTEABOX, a box for tea leaves [n]

TECTRIXa small feather of a bird's wing [n -TRICES]

TELEFAXa system for transmitting graphic material over telephone lines [n -ES]

TELEFAXESTELEFAX, a system for transmitting graphic material over telephone lines [n]

TELETEXTa communications system in which printed matter is telecast to subscribers [n -S]

TELETEXTSTELETEXT, a communications system in which printed matter is telecast to subscribers [n]

TELEXto send a message by a type of telegraphic system [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

TELEXEDTELEX, to send a message by a type of telegraphic system [v]

TELEXESTELEX, to send a message by a type of telegraphic system [v]

TELEXINGTELEX, to send a message by a type of telegraphic system [v]

TELOTAXESTELOTAXIS [n]

TELOTAXIS[n -TAXES]

TESTATRIX[n -TRIXES or -TRICES]

TESTATRIXESTESTATRIX [n]

TETRODOTOXIN[n -S]

TETRODOTOXINSTETRODOTOXIN [n]

TETROXIDa type of oxide (a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical) [n -S]

TETROXIDE[n -S]

TETROXIDESTETROXIDE [n]

TETROXIDSTETROXID, a type of oxide (a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical) [n]

TEXASthe uppermost structure on a steamboat [n -ES]

TEXASESTEXAS, the uppermost structure on a steamboat [n]

TEXTthe main body of a written or printed work [n -S]

TEXTBOOKa book used in the study of a subject [n -S]

TEXTBOOKISH[adj]

TEXTBOOKSTEXTBOOK, a book used in the study of a subject [n]

TEXTILEa woven fabric [n -S]

TEXTILESTEXTILE, a woven fabric [n]

TEXTLESShaving no text [adj]

TEXTSTEXT, the main body of a written or printed work [n]

TEXTUALpertaining to a text (the main body of a written or printed work) [adj]

TEXTUALLY[adv]

TEXTUARIESTEXTUARY, a specialist in the study of the Scriptures [n]

TEXTUARYa specialist in the study of the Scriptures [n -ARIES]

TEXTURALpertaining to the surface characteristics of something [adj]

TEXTURALLY[adv]

TEXTUREto make by weaving [v -TURED, -TURING, -TURES]

TEXTUREDTEXTURE, to make by weaving [v]

TEXTURELESS[adj]

TEXTURESTEXTURE, to make by weaving [v]

TEXTURINGTEXTURE, to make by weaving [v]

TEXTURIZE[v -IZED, -IZING, -IZES]

TEXTURIZEDTEXTURIZE [v]

TEXTURIZESTEXTURIZE [v]

TEXTURIZINGTEXTURIZE [v]

THERMOTAXESTHERMOTAXIS [n]

THERMOTAXIS[n -TAXES]

THIGMOTAXESTHIGMOTAXIS [n]

THIGMOTAXIS[n -TAXES]

THIXOTROPIC[adj]

THIXOTROPIESTHIXOTROPY [n]

THIXOTROPY[n -PIES]

THORAXthe part of the body between the neck and the abdomen [n -RACES or -RAXES] : THORACAL, THORACIC ~adj

THORAXESTHORAX, the part of the body between the neck and the abdomen [n]

THROMBOXANE[n -S]

THROMBOXANESTHROMBOXANE [n]

THYROTOXICOSESTHYROTOXICOSIS [n]

THYROTOXICOSIS[n -COSES]

THYROXINan amino acid [n -S]

THYROXINE[n -S]

THYROXINESTHYROXINE [n]

THYROXINSTHYROXIN, an amino acid [n]

TINDERBOX[n -ES]

TINDERBOXESTINDERBOX [n]

TOADFLAXa perennial herb [n -ES]

TOADFLAXESTOADFLAX, a perennial herb [n]

TONNEAUXTONNEAU, the rear seating compartment of an automobile [n]

TOOLBOXa box for tools [n -ES]

TOOLBOXESTOOLBOX, a box for tools [n]

TORTRIXa small moth (a winged insect) [n -ES]

TORTRIXESTORTRIX, a small moth (a winged insect) [n]

TOXAEMIAtoxemia (the condition of having toxins in the blood) [n -S] : TOXAEMIC ~adj

TOXAEMIASTOXAEMIA, toxemia (the condition of having toxins in the blood) [n]

TOXAEMICTOXAEMIA, toxemia (the condition of having toxins in the blood) [adj]

TOXAPHENE[n -S]

TOXAPHENESTOXAPHENE [n]

TOXEMIAthe condition of having toxins in the blood [n -S] : TOXEMIC ~adj

TOXEMIASTOXEMIA, the condition of having toxins in the blood [n]

TOXEMICTOXEMIA, the condition of having toxins in the blood [adj]

TOXICtoxin (a poisonous substance) [n -S] : TOXICAL ~adj

TOXICALTOXIC, toxin (a poisonous substance) [adj]

TOXICALLY[adv]

TOXICANTa poisonous substance [n -S]

TOXICANTSTOXICANT, a poisonous substance [n]

TOXICITIESTOXICITY, the quality of being poisonous [n]

TOXICITYthe quality of being poisonous [n -TIES]

TOXICOLOGIC[adj]

TOXICOLOGICAL[adj]

TOXICOLOGICALLY[adv]

TOXICOLOGIESTOXICOLOGY [n]

TOXICOLOGIST[n -S]

TOXICOLOGISTSTOXICOLOGIST [n]

TOXICOLOGY[n -GIES]

TOXICOSESTOXICOSIS [n]

TOXICOSIS[n -COSES]

TOXICSTOXIC, toxin (a poisonous substance) [n]

TOXIGENIC[adj]

TOXIGENICITIESTOXIGENICITY [n]

TOXIGENICITY[n -TIES]

TOXINa poisonous substance [n -S]

TOXINEtoxin (a poisonous substance) [n -S]

TOXINESTOXINE, toxin (a poisonous substance) [n]

TOXINSTOXIN, a poisonous substance [n]

TOXOIDa type of toxin (a poisonous substance) [n -S]

TOXOIDSTOXOID, a type of toxin (a poisonous substance) [n]

TOXOPHILIESTOXOPHILY [n]

TOXOPHILITE[n -S]

TOXOPHILITESTOXOPHILITE [n]

TOXOPHILY[n -LIES]

TOXOPLASMA[n -S]

TOXOPLASMASTOXOPLASMA [n]

TOXOPLASMIC[adj]

TOXOPLASMOSESTOXOPLASMOSIS [n]

TOXOPLASMOSIS[n -MOSES]

TRANSAXLE[n -S]

TRANSAXLESTRANSAXLE [n]

TRANSFIXto impale (to pierce with a pointed object) [v -FIXED or -FIXT, -FIXING, -FIXES]

TRANSFIXEDTRANSFIX, to impale (to pierce with a pointed object) [v]

TRANSFIXESTRANSFIX, to impale (to pierce with a pointed object) [v]

TRANSFIXINGTRANSFIX, to impale (to pierce with a pointed object) [v]

TRANSFIXION[n -S]

TRANSFIXIONSTRANSFIXION [n]

TRANSFIXTTRANSFIX, to impale (to pierce with a pointed object) [v]

TRANSSEXUAL[n -S]

TRANSSEXUALISM[n -S]

TRANSSEXUALISMSTRANSSEXUALISM [n]

TRANSSEXUALITY[n -TIES]

TRANSSEXUALSTRANSSEXUAL [n]

TRIAXIALhaving three axes [adj]

TRIAXIALITIESTRIAXIALITY [n]

TRIAXIALITY[n -TIES]

TRICARBOXYLIC[adj]

TRIHYDROXY[adj]

TRIOXIDtrioxide (a type of oxide (a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical)) [n -S]

TRIOXIDEa type of oxide (a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical) [n -S]

TRIOXIDESTRIOXIDE, a type of oxide (a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical) [n]

TRIOXIDSTRIOXID, trioxide (a type of oxide (a binary compound of oxygen with another element or radical)) [n]

TRIPLEXan apartment having three floors [n -ES]

TRIPLEXESTRIPLEX, an apartment having three floors [n]

TROPHALLAXESTROPHALLAXIS [n]

TROPHALLAXIS[n -LAXES]

TROPOTAXESTROPOTAXIS [n]

TROPOTAXIS[n -TAXES]

TROUSSEAUXTROUSSEAU [n]

TRUMEAUXTRUMEAU, a column supporting part of a doorway [n]

TUBIFEXan aquatic worm [n -ES]

TUBIFEXESTUBIFEX, an aquatic worm [n]

TUXa tuxedo (a man's semiformal dinner coat) [n -ES]

TUXEDOa man's semiformal dinner coat [n -DOES or -DOS] : TUXEDOED ~adj

TUXEDOEDTUXEDO, a man's semiformal dinner coat [adj]

TUXEDOESTUXEDO, a man's semiformal dinner coat [n]

TUXEDOSTUXEDO, a man's semiformal dinner coat [n]

TUXESTUX, a tuxedo (a man's semiformal dinner coat) [n]

TWIXTbetween (in the space that separates) [prep]

ULEXITEa mineral [n -S]

ULEXITESULEXITE, a mineral [n]

ULTRAEXCLUSIVE[adj]

ULTRAORTHODOX[adj]

UNANNEXEDANNEX, to add or attach [adj]

UNAXEDAX, to work on with an ax (a type of cutting tool) [adj]

UNBOXto remove from a box [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

UNBOXEDUNBOX, to remove from a box [v]

UNBOXESUNBOX, to remove from a box [v]

UNBOXINGUNBOX, to remove from a box [v]

UNDEREXPOSE[v -POSED, -POSING, -POSES]

UNDEREXPOSEDUNDEREXPOSE [v]

UNDEREXPOSESUNDEREXPOSE [v]

UNDEREXPOSINGUNDEREXPOSE [v]

UNDEREXPOSURE[n -S]

UNDEREXPOSURESUNDEREXPOSURE [n]

UNDERSEXED[adj]

UNDERTAXto tax less than the usual amount [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

UNDERTAXEDUNDERTAX, to tax less than the usual amount [v]

UNDERTAXESUNDERTAX, to tax less than the usual amount [v]

UNDERTAXINGUNDERTAX, to tax less than the usual amount [v]

UNEXALTEDEXALT, to raise (to move to a higher position) [adj]

UNEXAMINEDEXAMINE, to inspect (to look carefully at or over) [adj]

UNEXAMPLEDEXAMPLE, to show by representation [adj]

UNEXCELLEDEXCEL, to surpass others [adj]

UNEXCEPTIONABLEEXCEPTIONABLE [adj]

UNEXCEPTIONABLYEXCEPTIONABLY [adv]

UNEXCEPTIONALEXCEPTIONAL [adj]

UNEXCITABLEEXCITABLE [adj]

UNEXCITEDEXCITE, to arouse the emotions of [adj]

UNEXCITINGEXCITE, to arouse the emotions of [adj]

UNEXCUSEDEXCUSE, to apologize for [adj]

UNEXERCISEDEXERCISE, to make use of [adj]

UNEXOTICnot exotic [adj]

UNEXPECTEDEXPECT, to anticipate [adj]

UNEXPECTEDLYEXPECTEDLY [adv]

UNEXPECTEDNESSEXPECTEDNESS [n -ES]

UNEXPENDEDEXPEND, to use up [adj]

UNEXPERTnot expert [adj]

UNEXPIREDEXPIRE, to come to an end [adj]

UNEXPLAINABLEEXPLAINABLE [adj]

UNEXPLAINEDEXPLAIN, to make plain or understandable [adj]

UNEXPLODEDEXPLODE, to blow up [adj]

UNEXPLOITEDEXPLOIT, to take advantage of [adj]

UNEXPLOREDEXPLORE, to travel through for the purpose of discovery [adj]

UNEXPOSEDEXPOSE, to lay open to view [adj]

UNEXPRESSEDEXPRESS, to set forth in words [adj]

UNEXPRESSIVEEXPRESSIVE [adj]

UNEXPURGATEDEXPURGATE [adj]

UNEXTRAORDINARYEXTRAORDINARY [adj]

UNFIXto unfasten (to release from fastenings) [v -FIXED or -FIXT, -FIXING, -FIXES]

UNFIXEDUNFIX, to unfasten (to release from fastenings) [v]

UNFIXESUNFIX, to unfasten (to release from fastenings) [v]

UNFIXINGUNFIX, to unfasten (to release from fastenings) [v]

UNFIXTUNFIX, to unfasten (to release from fastenings) [v]

UNFLEXEDFLEX, to bend (to curve (to deviate from straightness)) [adj]

UNIAXIALhaving one axis [adj]

UNINDEXEDINDEX, to provide with an index [adj]

UNISEXthe condition of not being distinguishable as to sex [n -ES]

UNISEXESUNISEX, the condition of not being distinguishable as to sex [n]

UNISEXUAL[adj]

UNISEXUALITIESUNISEXUALITY [n]

UNISEXUALITY[n -TIES]

UNMIXto separate from a mixture [v -MIXED or -MIXT, -MIXING, -MIXES]

UNMIXABLEMIXABLE, MIX, to put together into one mass [adj]

UNMIXEDMIX, to put together into one mass [adj]

UNMIXEDLYMIXEDLY, MIX, to put together into one mass [adv]

UNMIXESUNMIX, to separate from a mixture [v]

UNMIXINGUNMIX, to separate from a mixture [v]

UNMIXTMIX, to put together into one mass [adj]

UNNILHEXIUM[n -S]

UNNILHEXIUMSUNNILHEXIUM [n]

UNORTHODOXnot orthodox [adj]

UNORTHODOXIESUNORTHODOXY, ORTHODOXY [n]

UNORTHODOXLYORTHODOXLY [adv]

UNORTHODOXYORTHODOXY [n -DOXIES]

UNOXYGENATEDOXYGENATE [adj]

UNRELAXEDRELAX, to make less tense or rigid [adj]

UNSEXto deprive of sexual power [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

UNSEXEDUNSEX, to deprive of sexual power [v]

UNSEXESUNSEX, to deprive of sexual power [v]

UNSEXINGUNSEX, to deprive of sexual power [v]

UNSEXUALSEXUAL, pertaining to sex [adj]

UNSEXYSEXY, arousing sexual desire [adj]

UNTAXEDTAX, to place a tax (a charge imposed by authority for public purposes) on [adj]

UNVEXEDVEX, to annoy (to be troublesome to) [adj]

UNVEXTVEX, to annoy (to be troublesome to) [adj]

UNWAXEDWAX, to coat with wax (a natural, heat-sensitive substance) [adj]

URTEXTthe original text [n -S]

URTEXTSURTEXT, the original text [n]

UXORIALpertaining to a wife (a woman married to a man) [adj]

UXORIALLY[adv]

UXORICIDE[n -S]

UXORICIDESUXORICIDE [n]

UXORIOUSexcessively submissive or devoted to one's wife [adj]

UXORIOUSLY[adv]

UXORIOUSNESS[n -ES]

UXORIOUSNESSESUXORIOUSNESS [n]

VARIXa varicose vein [n VARICES]

VERNIXa fatty substance covering the skin of a fetus [n -ES]

VERNIXESVERNIX, a fatty substance covering the skin of a fetus [n]

VERTEXthe highest point of something [n -TEXES or -TICES]

VERTEXESVERTEX, the highest point of something [n]

VEXto annoy (to be troublesome to) [v VEXED or VEXT, VEXING, VEXES]

VEXATIONa cause of trouble [n -S]

VEXATIONSVEXATION, a cause of trouble [n]

VEXATIOUS[adj]

VEXATIOUSLY[adv]

VEXATIOUSNESS[n -ES]

VEXATIOUSNESSESVEXATIOUSNESS [n]

VEXEDVEX, to annoy (to be troublesome to) [v]

VEXEDLYin a vexed manner [adv]

VEXEDNESS[n -ES]

VEXEDNESSESVEXEDNESS [n]

VEXERone that vexes (to annoy (to be troublesome to)) [n -S]

VEXERSVEXER, one that vexes (to annoy (to be troublesome to)) [n]

VEXESVEX, to annoy (to be troublesome to) [v]

VEXILvexillum (the web or vane of a feather) [n -S]

VEXILLAVEXILLUM, the web or vane of a feather [n]

VEXILLARVEXILLUM, the web or vane of a feather [adj]

VEXILLARIESVEXILLARY [n]

VEXILLARY[n -RIES]

VEXILLATE[adj]

VEXILLOLOGIC[adj]

VEXILLOLOGICAL[adj]

VEXILLOLOGIESVEXILLOLOGY [n]

VEXILLOLOGIST[n -S]

VEXILLOLOGISTSVEXILLOLOGIST [n]

VEXILLOLOGY[n -GIES]

VEXILLUMthe web or vane of a feather [n -LA] : VEXILLAR ~adj

VEXILSVEXIL, vexillum (the web or vane of a feather) [n]

VEXINGVEX, to annoy (to be troublesome to) [v]

VEXINGLYin a vexing manner [adv]

VEXTVEX, to annoy (to be troublesome to) [v]

VIDEOTEXan electronic system for transmitting data to a subscriber's video screen [n -ES]

VIDEOTEXESVIDEOTEX, an electronic system for transmitting data to a subscriber's video screen [n]

VIDEOTEXT[n -S]

VIDEOTEXTSVIDEOTEXT [n]

VIXENa shrewish woman [n -S] : VIXENISH, VIXENLY ~adj

VIXENISHVIXEN, a shrewish woman [adj]

VIXENLYVIXEN, a shrewish woman [adj]

VIXENSVIXEN, a shrewish woman [n]

VOLVOXany of a genus of freshwater protozoa [n -ES]

VOLVOXESVOLVOX, any of a genus of freshwater protozoa [n]

VORTEXa whirling mass of fluid [n -TEXES or -TICES] : VORTICAL ~adj

VORTEXESVORTEX, a whirling mass of fluid [n]

VOXvoice [n VOCES]

WAXto coat with wax (a natural, heat-sensitive substance) [v -ED, -ING, -ES] : WAXABLE ~adj

WAXABLEWAX, to coat with wax (a natural, heat-sensitive substance) [adj]

WAXBERRIESWAXBERRY, a berry with a waxy coating [n]

WAXBERRYa berry with a waxy coating [n -RIES]

WAXBILLa tropical bird [n -S]

WAXBILLSWAXBILL, a tropical bird [n]

WAXEDWAX, to coat with wax (a natural, heat-sensitive substance) [v]

WAXENcovered with wax [adj]

WAXERone that waxes (to coat with wax (a natural, heat-sensitive substance)) [n -S]

WAXERSWAXER, one that waxes (to coat with wax (a natural, heat-sensitive substance)) [n]

WAXESWAX, to coat with wax (a natural, heat-sensitive substance) [v]

WAXIERWAXY, resembling wax [adj]

WAXIESTWAXY, resembling wax [adj]

WAXILYin a waxy manner [adv]

WAXINESSthe quality of being waxy [n -ES]

WAXINESSESWAXINESS, the quality of being waxy [n]

WAXINGthe act of one that waxes (to coat with wax (a natural, heat-sensitive substance)) [n -S]

WAXINGSWAXING, the act of one that waxes (to coat with wax (a natural, heat-sensitive substance)) [n]

WAXLIKEresembling wax [adj]

WAXPLANTa tropical plant [n -S]

WAXPLANTSWAXPLANT, a tropical plant [n]

WAXWEEDan annual herb [n -S]

WAXWEEDSWAXWEED, an annual herb [n]

WAXWINGa type of passerine bird [n -S]

WAXWINGSWAXWING, a type of passerine bird [n]

WAXWORKan effigy made of wax [n -S]

WAXWORKER[n -S]

WAXWORKERSWAXWORKER [n]

WAXWORKSWAXWORK, an effigy made of wax [n]

WAXWORMa moth that infests beehives [n -S]

WAXWORMSWAXWORM, a moth that infests beehives [n]

WAXYresembling wax [adj WAXIER, WAXIEST]

WOADWAXan ornamental shrub [n -ES]

WOADWAXEN[n -S]

WOADWAXENSWOADWAXEN [n]

WOADWAXESWOADWAX, an ornamental shrub [n]

WOODBOXa woodbin (a bin for holding firewood) [n -ES]

WOODBOXESWOODBOX, a woodbin (a bin for holding firewood) [n]

WOODWAXwoadwax (an ornamental shrub) [n -ES]

WOODWAXEN[n -S]

WOODWAXENSWOODWAXEN [n]

WOODWAXESWOODWAX, woadwax (an ornamental shrub) [n]

WORKBOXa box for holding work instruments and materials [n -ES]

WORKBOXESWORKBOX, a box for holding work instruments and materials [n]

XANTHANa gum produced by bacterial fermentation [n -S]

XANTHANSXANTHAN, a gum produced by bacterial fermentation [n]

XANTHATEa chemical salt [n -S]

XANTHATESXANTHATE, a chemical salt [n]

XANTHEINthe water-soluble part of the coloring matter in yellow flowers [n -S]

XANTHEINSXANTHEIN, the water-soluble part of the coloring matter in yellow flowers [n]

XANTHENEa chemical compound [n -S]

XANTHENESXANTHENE, a chemical compound [n]

XANTHICtending to have a yellow color [adj]

XANTHINa yellow pigment [n -S]

XANTHINEa chemical compound [n -S]

XANTHINESXANTHINE, a chemical compound [n]

XANTHINSXANTHIN, a yellow pigment [n]

XANTHOMAa skin disease [n -MAS or -MATA]

XANTHOMASXANTHOMA, a skin disease [n]

XANTHOMATAXANTHOMA, a skin disease [n]

XANTHONEa chemical compound [n -S]

XANTHONESXANTHONE, a chemical compound [n]

XANTHOPHYLL[n -S]

XANTHOPHYLLSXANTHOPHYLL [n]

XANTHOUSyellow (of a bright color like that of ripe lemons) [adj]

XEBECa Mediterranean sailing vessel [n -S]

XEBECSXEBEC, a Mediterranean sailing vessel [n]

XENIAthe effect of pollen on certain plant structures [n -S] : XENIAL ~adj

XENIALXENIA, the effect of pollen on certain plant structures [adj]

XENIASXENIA, the effect of pollen on certain plant structures [n]

XENICpertaining to a type of culture medium [adj]

XENOBIOTIC[n -S]

XENOBIOTICSXENOBIOTIC [n]

XENOBLAST[n -S]

XENOBLASTSXENOBLAST [n]

XENOCRYST[n -S]

XENOCRYSTSXENOCRYST [n]

XENODIAGNOSESXENODIAGNOSIS [n]

XENODIAGNOSIS[n -NOSES]

XENODIAGNOSTIC[adj]

XENOGAMIESXENOGAMY, the transfer of pollen from one plant to another [n]

XENOGAMYthe transfer of pollen from one plant to another [n -MIES]

XENOGENEIC[adj]

XENOGENIC[adj]

XENOGENIESXENOGENY, the supposed production of offspring totally different from the parent [n]

XENOGENYthe supposed production of offspring totally different from the parent [n -NIES]

XENOGRAFT[n -S]

XENOGRAFTSXENOGRAFT [n]

XENOLITHa rock fragment included in another rock [n -S]

XENOLITHIC[adj]

XENOLITHSXENOLITH, a rock fragment included in another rock [n]

XENONa gaseous element [n -S]

XENONSXENON, a gaseous element [n]

XENOPHILE[n -S]

XENOPHILESXENOPHILE [n]

XENOPHOBE[n -S]

XENOPHOBESXENOPHOBE [n]

XENOPHOBIA[n -S]

XENOPHOBIASXENOPHOBIA [n]

XENOPHOBIC[adj]

XENOPHOBICALLY[adv]

XENOPUSa frog native to southern Africa [n -PUSES]

XENOPUSESXENOPUS, a frog native to southern Africa [n]

XENOTROPIC[adj]

XERARCHdeveloping in a dry area [adj]

XERICrequiring only a small amount of moisture [adj]

XERICALLY[adv]

XERISCAPE[n -S]

XERISCAPESXERISCAPE [n]

XERODERMA[n -MAE or -MAS]

XERODERMAEXERODERMA [n]

XERODERMASXERODERMA [n]

XEROGRAPHIC[adj]

XEROGRAPHICALLY[adv]

XEROGRAPHIESXEROGRAPHY [n]

XEROGRAPHY[n -PHIES]

XEROPHILE[adj]

XEROPHILIESXEROPHILY [n]

XEROPHILOUS[adj]

XEROPHILY[n -LIES]

XEROPHTHALMIA[n -S]

XEROPHTHALMIASXEROPHTHALMIA [n]

XEROPHTHALMIC[adj]

XEROPHYTE[n -S]

XEROPHYTESXEROPHYTE [n]

XEROPHYTIC[adj]

XEROPHYTISM[n -S]

XEROPHYTISMSXEROPHYTISM [n]

XERORADIOGRAPHY[n -PHIES]

XEROSEREa dry-land sere [n -S]

XEROSERESXEROSERE, a dry-land sere [n]

XEROSESXEROSIS, abnormal dryness of a body part or tissue [n]

XEROSISabnormal dryness of a body part or tissue [n -ROSES] : XEROTIC ~adj

XEROTHERMIC[adj]

XEROTICXEROSIS, abnormal dryness of a body part or tissue [adj]

XEROXto copy on a xerographic copier [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

XEROXEDXEROX, to copy on a xerographic copier [v]

XEROXESXEROX, to copy on a xerographic copier [v]

XEROXINGXEROX, to copy on a xerographic copier [v]

XERUSan African ground squirrel [n -ES]

XERUSESXERUS, an African ground squirrel [n]

XIa Greek letter [n -S]

XIPHISTERNAXIPHISTERNUM [n]

XIPHISTERNUM[n -NA]

XIPHOIDa part of the sternum [n -S]

XIPHOIDSXIPHOID, a part of the sternum [n]

XISXI, a Greek letter [n]

XUa monetary unit of Vietnam [n XU]

XYLANa substance found in cell walls of plants [n -S]

XYLANSXYLAN, a substance found in cell walls of plants [n]

XYLEMa complex plant tissue [n -S]

XYLEMSXYLEM, a complex plant tissue [n]

XYLENEa flammable hydrocarbon [n -S]

XYLENESXYLENE, a flammable hydrocarbon [n]

XYLIDINxylidine (a chemical compound) [n -S]

XYLIDINEa chemical compound [n -S]

XYLIDINESXYLIDINE, a chemical compound [n]

XYLIDINSXYLIDIN, xylidine (a chemical compound) [n]

XYLITOLan alcohol (a flammable liquid) [n -S]

XYLITOLSXYLITOL, an alcohol (a flammable liquid) [n]

XYLOCARPa hard, woody fruit [n -S]

XYLOCARPSXYLOCARP, a hard, woody fruit [n]

XYLOGRAPH[v -ED, -ING, -S]

XYLOGRAPHEDXYLOGRAPH [v]

XYLOGRAPHER[n -S]

XYLOGRAPHERSXYLOGRAPHER [n]

XYLOGRAPHIC[adj]

XYLOGRAPHICAL[adj]

XYLOGRAPHIESXYLOGRAPHY [n]

XYLOGRAPHINGXYLOGRAPH [v]

XYLOGRAPHSXYLOGRAPH [v]

XYLOGRAPHY[n -PHIES]

XYLOIDresembling wood [adj]

XYLOLxylene (a flammable hydrocarbon) [n -S]

XYLOLSXYLOL, xylene (a flammable hydrocarbon) [n]

XYLOPHAGE[n -S]

XYLOPHAGESXYLOPHAGE [n]

XYLOPHAGOUS[adj]

XYLOPHONE[n -S]

XYLOPHONESXYLOPHONE [n]

XYLOPHONIST[n -S]

XYLOPHONISTSXYLOPHONIST [n]

XYLOSEa type of sugar [n -S]

XYLOSESXYLOSE, a type of sugar [n]

XYLOTOMIESXYLOTOMY, the preparation of sections of wood for microscopic examination [n]

XYLOTOMYthe preparation of sections of wood for microscopic examination [n -MIES]

XYLYLa univalent radical [n -S]

XYLYLSXYLYL, a univalent radical [n]

XYSTxystus (a roofed area where athletes trained in ancient Greece) [n -S]

XYSTERa surgical instrument for scraping bones [n -S]

XYSTERSXYSTER, a surgical instrument for scraping bones [n]

XYSTIXYSTUS, a roofed area where athletes trained in ancient Greece [n]

XYSTOIXYSTOS, xystus (a roofed area where athletes trained in ancient Greece) [n]

XYSTOSxystus (a roofed area where athletes trained in ancient Greece) [n -TOI]

XYSTSXYST, xystus (a roofed area where athletes trained in ancient Greece) [n]

XYSTUSa roofed area where athletes trained in ancient Greece [n -TI]

ZAXa tool for cutting roof slates [n -ES]

ZAXESZAX, a tool for cutting roof slates [n]

ZOOXANTHELLA[n ZOOXANTHELLAE]

ZOOXANTHELLAEZOOXANTHELLA [n]