Phony Eights

The most frequent eights are listed first. None of these words has a valid playable anagram in TWL06 or CSW12.

This list represents only a very small fraction of Elise's phony vocabulary -- the phonies lexicon included with Elise 0.1.8
contains over 200,000 English words not in either official list. About 50,000 of them are eight letters long.

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DIENOATE    (organic chemistry) Any salt or ester of a dienoic acid
ROSIAITE    (mineralogy) A trigonal-hexagonal scalenohedral mineral containing antimony, lead, and oxygen
ELOINATE    (rare/obsolete) To remove
AUREOLIN    a transparent yellow pigment
ANDUOITE    (mineral) An orthorhombic-dipyramidal lead gray mineral containing arsenic, osmium, and ruthenium
EULERIAN    (of a graph cycle/sometimes capitalized) visiting every edge once and only once
ERUDIATE    (obsolete) To instruct; to educate; to teach
PERONAEI    PERONAEUS: (anatomy) Any of the fibularis muscles
ACTIONEE    (management) The recipient of an action item; the person assigned responsibility for a specific task or issue
ONEIROID    (medicine) Characterized by a dream-like or nightmare-like state, often as part of schizophrenia
OURAYITE    (mineralogy) An orthorhombic-dipyramidal gray mineral containing bismuth, lead, silver, and sulfur
TAENIOLA    (zoology) One of the radial partitions which separate the internal cavities of certain medusae
ANEURINE    thiamine
ERGOTINE    (organic compound) A powerful astringent alkaloid extracted from ergot as a brown, amorphous, bitter substance. It is used to produce contraction of the uterus
UREILITE    An achondrite composed mostly of olivine and clinobronzite with some diamond or graphite
ANTVIREO    Eight species of birds in the genus ''Dysithamnus''
DIONAEAS    DIONAEA: the venus flytrap
ANYOLITE    A metamorphic rock composed of intergrown green zoisite, black tschermakite, and ruby
REIONISE    to convert back into ions
IOWAITES    IOWAITE: a trigonal-hexagonal scalenohedral mineral containing chlorine, hydrogen, iron, magnesium, and oxygen
AEROBIES    (biology) aerobic microorganisms
TAENIDIA    TAENIDIUM: the chitinous fibre forming the spiral thread of the tracheae of insects
AURORITE    (mineral) A triclinic-pinacoidal mineral containing calcium, hydrogen, manganese, oxygen, and silver
ALOISITE    a brownish mineral that is a hydrous subsilicate of calcium, iron, magnesium, and sodium
ARANEOSE    Resembling a spider's web; arachnoid
NAIVEITE    (alternative spelling of/naivete) The state of being naive
ERICAITE    (mineral) An orthorhombic-pyramidal mineral containing boron, chlorine, iron, magnesium, manganese, and oxygen
AVOUTRIE    (obsolete) adultery
EICOSANE    (chemistry) any of the 366,319 isomers of the aliphatic hydrocarbon having the chemical formula CH, but especially n-eicosane CH(CH)CH
ROUSEITE    (mineralogy) A triclinic yellow orange mineral containing arsenic, hydrogen, lead, manganese, and oxygen
AERUGITE    (mineral) A rare complex nickel arsenate mineral that forms green to deep blue-green trigonal crystals
ROGITATE    to ask repeatedly
ARTERIAE    ARTERIA: (medicine) Artery
ARECAINE    a chemical derived from the betel nut
AIREDALE    An Airedale terrier (sometimes capitalized)
AUTOFIRE    (video games) A feature on a joystick that permits automatic firing, as though the player were repeatedly pressing the fire button
ALIENISE    to make into an alien
ROTENOID    (biochemistry) Any of a class of polycyclic compounds related to rotenone
AVIOLITE    (petrology). A mica-cordierite-hornfels
OUARINES    OUARINE: (zoology) A Brazilian monkey of the genus ''Mycetes''
ONERATED    ONERATE: (obsolete) To load; to burden
ORANGITE    (mineralogy) An orange-yellow variety of thorite, found in Norway
GINORITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic white mineral containing boron, calcium, hydrogen, and oxygen
NEOMENIA    The time of the new moon; the beginning of the month in the lunar calendar
ELAOLITE    (mineral) A variety of hephelite, usually massive and of a greasy lustre and grey to reddish colour
TILORONE    An antiviral drug
AEGERIID    (zoology) Any member of the Aegeriidae
LAUEITES    LAUEITE: (mineralogy) A triclinic-pinacoidal mineral containing hydrogen, iron, manganese, oxygen, and phosphorus
ANYUIITE    (mineral) A tetragonal-ditetragonal dipyramidal mineral containing antimony, gold, and lead
TORULENE    (organic compound) A carotene responsible for the red colour in pea aphids
ARIETATE    to butt, as a ram
ABIETINE    (organic chemistry) A resin obtained from Strasburg turpentine or Canada balsamin strong acetic acid, and in ether
YODERITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-sphenoidal mineral containing aluminum, hydrogen, iron, magnesium, manganese, oxygen, and silicon
PAEONINE    (organic compound) An artificial red nitrogenous dyestuff
ELAIDATE    (chemistry) A salt of elaidic acid
LAAITIES    LAAITIE: (South Africa/slang) A youth; a young person, especially male
OUTNOISE    To exceed in noise; to surpass in noisiness
OPINIATE    (obsolete) To hold or maintain persistently
ELIASITE    A deprecated name for gummite
INDEAVOR    (obsolete form of/endeavor)
RANIVORE    frog-eating. Pertaining to creatures that eat frogs
TRIANDER    (noun) any one of the Triandria
FORTEANA    Fortean phenomena
ALAUDINE    Of or pertaining to skylarks
ORVIETAN    (obsolete) A kind of antidote for poisons
OLIGOENE    (organic chemistry) Any compound having many carbon-carbon (conjugated) double bonds (such as a carotenoid)
MOOREITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic mineral containing hydrogen, magnesium, manganese, oxygen, sulfur, and zinc
ADJOINER    one who adjoins; or that which adjoins
OVERNITE    (informal) overnight
ORANGEAT    (obsolete) candied orange peel
OPERATEE    Someone who has an operation
EDITUATE    (verb) to guard as a churchwarden does
EUROPIAN    (mineralogy) Describing minerals containing trivalent europium
TEINEITE    (mineralogy) An orthorhombic-disphenoidal mineral containing copper, hydrogen, oxygen, and tellurium
AWARUITE    (mineral) An isometric-hexoctahedral mineral containing iron and nickel
AUTOHIDE    (computing) To hide (a visual element) automatically
AUGANITE    an olivine basaltic rock which has calcic plagioclase as the main constituent minerals
ATHEROID    Shaped like an ear of grain
VEGARONI    vegan imitation pepperoni
DETAILEE    An employee of a United States government agency on assignment or loan
AEROCELE    : a cavity or pouch swollen with gas (as air)   
AEROBATE    to walk on air
AUTOSITE    The independent twin of a pair of conjoined twins where the other twin is parasitic
AUREOLIC    golden, gold-colored
ALREADIE    (obsolete spelling of/already)
AUTORAIL    a kind of passenger railcar of France
ORNATURE    (archaic) decoration; ornamentation
PERINAEA    PERINAEUM: (anatomy) Region between the genital area and the anus in both sexes
NARAOIID    (zoology) Any member of the Naraoiidae
ROSEOLAE    ROSEOLA: (pathology) Any rosy rash that occurs with various fevers, especially that occurring with a mild disease of early infancy that resembles measles
BENAUITE    (mineral) A trigonal-hexagonal scalenohedral mineral containing barium, hydrogen, iron, lead, oxygen, phosphorus, strontium, and sulfur
URINATER    someone who urinates
AEROMETE    An instrument used to measure the density of air or other gases
ATEBRINE    quinacrine
HAUERITE    (mineralogy) A manganese sulfide mineral, MnS, that forms reddish-brown or black octahedral crystals
ANTOFINE    (medicine) A phenanthroindolizidine alkaloid that has some anticancer activity
REDINGOT    A long, plain, double-breasted outdoor coat for women
EROMENOI    EROMENOS: (historical/Greek history) An adolescent boy who was courted by an older man, or was in an erotic relationship with him
HOGANITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic bluish green mineral containing carbon, copper, hydrogen, iron, and oxygen
ARGENTOL    pertaining to silver
ANTIZOEA    a modified zoeal stage exhibited by some stomatopods
NOSEHAIR    a hair growing in or from the nose
POTARITE    (mineralogy) A tetragonal-ditetragonal dipyramidal silver white mineral containing mercury and palladium
EUROPOAN    (mineralogy) Describing minerals containing divalent europium
TRIAZENE    (chemistry) the nitrogen compound NHN=NH, or any of its hydrocarbyl derivatives
ALGINITE    A component of some types of kerogen, consisting of organic-walled marine microfossils
RADIOTIN    radioactive tin
INTAILED    INTAIL: to entail
INLEAGUE    (alternative form of/enleague)
FOREGAIN    (Now/ chiefly  dialectal) Directly opposite to; in the opposite scale to
ATRINNED    ATRIN: (obsolete) To run away; escape (from)
ARILDONE    An antiviral drug
NEUROLAW    An emerging field of interdisciplinary study that explores the effects of discoveries in neuroscience on legal rules and standards
ACINETAE    (zoology) A group of suctorial Infusoria, which in the adult stage are stationary. See Suctoria
EUGENITE    (mineral) An isometric-hextetrahedral silver white mineral containing mercury and silver
ORDINALE    a religious book
ITERATOR    One which iterates
IRIDEOUS    (botany) Of or pertaining to the irises (of family Iridaceae)
UNDIVERT    To restore the usual path or flow of something previously diverted
ALDONATE    (organic chemistry) Any salt or ester of an aldonic acid
OVERWAIT    To wait for an excessive amount of time; wait beyond the time allowed or expected; wait too long
NOTEFILE    (computing) a file (of several formats) containing simple text with no, or little, formatting
NODULATE    To produce nodules
POLITEIA    citizenship
NEOGAEAN    (zoology) Of or relating to the New World, or Western Hemisphere
RETIRADE    A kind of retrenchment, as in the body of a bastion, which may be disputed inch by inch after the defenses are dismantled. It usually consists of two faces which make a reentering angle
ELAIODIC    (adj) derived from castor oil; ricinoleic; as, elaiodic acid
BIOINERT    biologically inert
UNRELATE    To remove from being in relation to something; to dissociate
ABIETENE    (organic chemistry) A volatile oil distilled from the resin or balsam of the nut pine (taxlink/Pinus sabiniana/species)
GEOTRIID    (zoology) Any member of the Geotriidae
AMIOIDEI    (u) an order of ganoid fishes of which Amia is the type. See Bowfin and Ganoidei
PANDEIRO    A type of hand-held frame drum with a round wooden frame and six pairs of metal discs fit along the sides, and an animal skin or nylon head; similar to a tambourine but with head tension that can be tuned and crisper, drier, and less sustained jingles, used in a number of Brazilian music forms
DOORLINE    The line formed by the edged of a door, especially that of a motor car
AEROBOAT    (rare) a seaplane
TORNARIA    (zoology) The free-swimming larva of Balanoglossus
ANTILOVE    Opposing love
DELIGATE    (surgery/dated) To bind up; to bandage
OUTGREEN    To surpass in environmental activism or consciousness
DAURINOL    An arylnaphthalene lignan that is a potential anticancer agent
BEETURIA    (medicine) The passing of red or pink urine after eating beetroot, caused by the excretion of betalain (betacyanin) pigments such as betanin
INDEVOUR    (obsolete spelling of/endeavour)
APUANITE    (mineral) A tetragonal-ditetragonal dipyramidal black mineral containing antimony, iron, oxygen, and sulfur
GAONATED    headed by a gaon
YEARTIDE    A specific time of year; season
DIOECIAN    (botany/zoology) dioecious
NEVADITE    (mineralogy) A granitoid variety of rhyolite
DITROITE    (mineral) An igneous rock composed of orthoclase, elaeolite, and sodalite
EGRITUDE    Distress or sorrow
FENERATE    (obsolete) To put money to usury; to lend on interest
TRIEDRAL    (geometry) an old form of trihedral: having three plane faces that meet at a common point
AUTOCIDE    (agriculture) Control of a pest through propagation of sterile males
ANTIFLEA    Countering fleas
DEBITAGE    (archaeology) The sharp-edged waste material left over when someone creates a stone tool
DOUZAINE    (Guernsey) A parish council, consisting of a dean and twelve douzeniers
ENROLEES    ENROLEE: A person who is enrolled
ERRANTIA    (u) a group of chaetopod annelids, including those that are not confined to tubes. See Chaetopoda
AUTOFADE    Any feature (of a camera, audio mixer, etc.) that fades automatically
HOMARINE    Of, or pertaining to, the lobster
ADONITOL    Ribitol
OLITIAUS    OLITIAU: A gigantic cryptid of Central Africa, said to resemble a bat or flying reptile
LOTIONED    LOTION (v.): to apply a lotion
LOGANATE    (organic compound) A salt of loganic acid
IRAQITES    IRAQITE: (mineralogy) A greenish-yellow radioactive mineral
AGARDITE    (mineral) Any of a group of copper arsenate minerals that contain varying proportions of several rare earth elements such as cerium, neodymium, lanthanum and yttrium
ADROGATE    (legal/historical/Ancient Rome) To adopt (a person who is his own master)
AURANTIA    an orange-yellow dyestuff
FUNERATE    (obsolete) To bury with funeral rites
ORIENTIN    (organic compound) A flavone that is a glucoside of luteolin
AETHOGEN    (chemistry) A compound of nitrogen and boron which, when heated before the blowpipe, gives a brilliant phosphorescent; boric nitride
DRAGEOIR    A box for sweets
RIDGELET    A little ridge
CAROIGNE    (obsolete) Dead body; carrion
LAPIEITE    (mineralogy) An orthorhombic-disphenoidal steel gray mineral containing antimony, copper, nickel, and sulfur
INYOITES    INYOITE: (mineralogy) A colourless monoclinic mineral with the chemical formula Ca(HBO)(OH)·4HO
AUTODIAL    A feature in computer software, etc. that dials a telephone number automatically
ARANOTIN    An antiviral drug
WAINBOTE    (UK/legal/obsolete) Wood to which a tenant is entitled for making and repairing carts and other instruments of husbandry
AGINATOR    (obsolete) a shop owner
OLEAMIDE    An endogenous amide of oleic acid that induces sleep in animals
SOTADEAN    (adj) sotadic
TAENIADA    (u) same as Taenioidea
INRAILED    (past of/inrail)
TEREDINE    (zoology) A teredo, or shipworm
INGODITE    (mineralogy) A trigonal-hexagonal scalenohedral silver white mineral containing bismuth, sulfur, and tellurium
IGUANOID    (zoology) Relating to the ''Iguanidae''
AUTOIONS    AUTOION: (rare/physics) An ion which has been formed by autoionization
WATSONIA    Any of several species of flowering plants in genus ''Watsonia'' within the family Iridaceae, the bugle lily
WERELION    (fiction) A shapeshifter who can change between lion and human form
RADIOTAG    (alternative form of/radio-tag)
MINORATE    To diminish
REOVIRAL    Relating to a reovirus
TREELINE    (alternative spelling of/tree-line)
TROPAEAN    (alternative spelling of/tropæan)
UTOPIATE    (pharmacy) A drug providing escape from the problems of reality, or giving dreams of utopia
VENARIES    VENARIE: (archaic) Game, especially for British royalty to hunt
ANTIRAIL    Opposed to rail transport
ABIETANE    (organic compound) A diterpene hydrocarbon that is the structural basis for many natural products
GUITARED    GUITAR (v.): to play the guitar
GOWERITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic mineral containing boron, calcium, hydrogen, and oxygen
DENARIAN    One who is between the age of 10 and 19, inclusive
NEATLINE    (cartography) The line near the edge of a printed map which separates it from the margin
REATTUNE    To attune again or anew
RERATING    RERATE: to rate again
ROUTINED    Controlled or regulated by routine
LARIDINE    (obsolete) larine
BIOAGENT    A biological agent
AVOIDETH    (archaic) (third-person singular of/avoid)
AVENIOUS    (botany) Being without veins or nerves, as the leaves of certain plants
ADORATES    ADORATE: To worship, to adore
GATEWISE    Arranged to resemble a gate
ALVERINE    A drug used to treat functional gastrointestinal disorders
ACETOGEN    (biology) Any organism that generates acetic acid or acetate as a product of acetogenesis
DELIRANT    (obsolete) Delirious
OSTEONAL    Of or pertaining to osteon
DEAURATE    (obsolete) To gild
AERODOME    a hangar or (obsolete) an airplane
CEROTENE    (organic compound) A white waxy solid obtained from Chinese wax, and by the distillation of cerotin
TAENIATA    (u) a division of Ctenophora including those which have a long, ribbonlike body. The Venus's girdle is the most familiar example
TIVANITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic black mineral containing hydrogen, oxygen, titanium, and vanadium
AVOIDEST    (archaic) (second-person singular of/avoid)
TRIOXANE    (organic compound) Any saturated six-membered heterocycle having three carbon atoms and three oxygen atoms
ANTIREAL    Opposing or countering reality
VIREONID    (zoology) Any member of the Vireonidae
VIRTUATE    (obsolete) To make efficacious; to give virtue of efficacy
ALVEATOR    a type of pedicellaria in echinoderms
OUTRAYED    OUTRAY: (obsolete) To spread out in array
RETAINAL    The act of retaining or keeping; retention
EIKOSANE    (chemistry) any of the 366,319 isomers of the aliphatic hydrocarbon having the chemical formula CH, but especially n-eicosane CH(CH)CH
ENTITULE    (archaic spelling of/entitle)
BRONTIDE    A sound like that of distant thunder, some of which may have seismic origins
ACUITION    (obsolete) The act of sharpening
BIROTATE    Two-wheeled
IRRUGATE    (obsolete/rare) To wrinkle
IRONABLE    Capable of being ironed
TERATORN    Any of various large birds of prey, now extinct, living in North and South America, of the family Teratornithidae
THIIRANE    (organic compound) The saturated three-membered heterocycle containing two carbon atoms and one sulfur atom; ethylene sulfide
AUTOSERA    AUTOSERUM: a serum used to treat the same patient from which it was taken
AUTOCODE    (dated/computing) Any of several early assembly languages
AGERASIA    An outward appearance more youthful than one's true age
AUGELITE    (mineral) A mineral with monoclinic crystals of the chemical formula Al(PO)(OH)
DIGENITE    (mineral) A black to dark blue opaque copper sulfide mineral with chemical formula CuS
REISTIER    REISTY: rancid
ENJAILED    ENJAIL: To put in jail
EPIBIOTA    (biology) The organisms that live on the surface of another one
EUGEROIC    Class of stimulants that produce long-lasting mental arousal
EUGEUIAS    EUGEUIA: any flowering plant of the genus Eugeuia
EUTOCIAS    EUTOCIA: A normal birth process
TEINTURE    (obsolete) colour; tinge; tincture
TIGERDOM    The state or essence of being a tiger
TIRADITO    A Peruvian dish of raw fish, similar to sashimi and carpaccio, in a spicy sauce
ILEOANAL    (anatomy) Relating to the ileum and anus
TROPEINE    (chemistry) Any of a series of ethereal salts derived from tropine
ATTINGED    ATTINGE: (obsolete) To touch lightly
ATTAINOR    (obsolete) A juror guilty of attaint
ATELURID    (zoology) Any member of the Ateluridae
ARSORANE    (chemistry) the arsenic hydride AsH, λ-arsane
ARGUTITE    (mineral) A germanium dioxide mineral
UNRIOTED    (obsolete) Free from rioting
VALERONE    (organic compound) A ketone, ''2,6-dimethyl-4-heptanone'', obtained from isovaleric acid
GAITITES    GAITITE: (mineralogy) A triclinic-pinacoidal mineral containing arsenic, calcium, hydrogen, oxygen, and zinc
VINTENAR    A leader of twenty infantry in medieval England, who were a medieval draft on freemen who were not knights
VONTSIRA    (zoology) Two species of small, brown, mongoose-like mammals ''Salanoia concolor'' and ''Salanoia durrelli'', from Madagascar
DELINTER    A machine that removes lint
NOSEGEAR    (aviation) The undercarriage or landing gear
DIOMEDEA    (noun) a genus of large sea birds, including the albatross. See Albatross
NANOTORI    NANOTORUS: (physics) A theoretical nanotube bent into a torus, having some unique physical properties
COGENIAL    (alternative spelling of/congenial)
REQUINTO    (musical instruments) A smaller, higher-pitched version of another instrument, usually referring to a guitar
RISORIAL    Pertaining to, or producing, laughter
ACRONINE    A particular antineoplastic alkaloid
ENNEATIC    Occurring once in every nine times, days, years, etc.; every ninth
TASEQITE    (mineralogy) A complex yellow-brown mineral found in Greenland
IOTROLAN    A radiocontrast agent
IOTATION    (linguistics) A specific occurrence of palatalization that occurred in the Proto-Slavic language, in which a consonant combined with the palatal approximant (IPAchar//j/) to form a palatalized consonant
INTRADOT    (physics) Within a quantum dot
IDEOGENY    The science dealing with the origin of ideas
HENEUITE    (mineralogy) A triclinic-pinacoidal mineral containing calcium, carbon, hydrogen, magnesium, oxygen, and phosphorus
ARGUENDO    (legal) for the sake of argument
FURANOID    (organic chemistry) Having a structure based on furan
ANTIFADE    That counteracts fading
ANTIDIET    Opposing dieting
NOVAKITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic mineral containing arsenic, copper, and silver
QUAESTIO    (legal) (''in ancient Rome'') A commission to inquire into a criminal matter given to a citizen (the quaesitor) who then reported to whoever appointed him
EARTHIAN    a person from planet Earth; an earthling
LUTHERIE    The craft of making stringed musical instruments
ENLEAGUE    (poetic) To bring into league
TEATOWEL    (alternative form of/tea towel)
INTERDAY    Between subsequent days
INDERITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic mineral containing boron, hydrogen, magnesium, and oxygen
IBUTEROL    A beta-adrenergic agonist
AXIOLITE    elongated lenticular and curved zones of brownish glass forming the envelope of a smaller corresponding mass of paler vitreous matter
AUTODATE    to date automatically
AUDITOUR    (obsolete form of/auditor)
ARTINITE    (mineral) A hydrated magnesium carbonate mineral that forms white silky monoclinic prismatic crystals
ARSENIAN    (mineralogy) Describing minerals that contain pentavalent arsenic
XERONATE    (chemistry/dated) Any salt of xeronic acid
DIAZOATE    (chemistry) any salt of a diazohydroxide RN=NO M
NONRIDER    One who does not ride (an animal or vehicle)
NONALIVE    Not alive
NOLANITE    (mineralogy) A hexagonal-dihexagonal pyramidal black mineral containing aluminum, hydrogen, iron, oxygen, titanium, and vanadium
QUATERON    (historical) A quadroon; a person of three-fourths Caucasian descent and one fourth African descent
DITHIANE    (organic compound) Any of three isomeric six-membered saturated heterocycles having four carbon atoms and two sulfur atoms; any derivative of these compounds
RORATION    A falling of dew
CELATONE    A device invented by Galileo Galilei to observe Jupiter's moons with the purpose of finding longitude on Earth. It took the form of a piece of headgear with a telescope taking the place of an eyehole
LUTATION    The act or method of luting vessels
LENITUDE    (obsolete) The quality or habit of being lenient; lenity
BORONATE    (organic chemistry) Any salt or ester of a boronic acid
BONIFATE    lucky; fortunate
IDIOTOPE    The unique set of antigenic determinants (epitopes) of the variable portion of an antibody
AURILAVE    an instrument for cleaning the (external) ear
AUGITITE    an extrusive porphyritic rock consisting essentially of augite with small amounts of amphibole magnetite or ilmenite and apatite in a glassy groundmass conta
ADRENINE    adrenaline
ARSENOAN    (mineralogy) Describing minerals that contain trivalent arsenic
ANATIFER    (noun) an animal of the barnacle tribe, of the genus Lepas, having a fleshy stem or peduncle; a goose barnacle. See Cirripedia
ALTERNAN    (biochemistry) The glucan produced by the enzyme alternansucrase
ALARMONE    (biochemistry) An intracellular signal molecule produced due to harsh environmental factors, and serving to regulate the gene expression at transcription level
NATURIZE    (obsolete) To endow with a nature or qualities; to refer to nature
QUINTOLE    (music) A group of five notes to be played or sung in the time of four
DOYLEITE    (mineral) A triclinic-pinacoidal mineral containing aluminum, hydrogen, and oxygen
LEVATION    The act of raising; elevation or upward motion, such as that produced by the action of a levator muscle
BRIANITE    (mineral) A phosphate mineral with the chemical formula NaCaMg(PO), first identified in an iron meteorite
EUTELIES    EUTELY: The property of a species that all members have the same pattern of cell division, and thus the same number of cells, either in the whole body or in the nervous system
JADARITE    (mineralogy) A mineral, sodium lithium boron silicate hydroxide
TAURIDOR    (archaic form of/toreador)
BAVENITE    (mineral) An orthorhombic-pyramidal mineral containing aluminum, beryllium, calcium, hydrogen, oxygen, and silicon
INDIGANE    (chemistry) indium hydride, InH
THIIRENE    (organic compound) The unsaturated three-membered heterocycle containing two carbon atoms, one sulfur atom and a double bond
THIOLANE    (organic compound) The five-membered saturated heterocycle having four carbon atoms and one sulfur atom; any derivative of this compound
TIAPRIDE    A drug that selectively blocks D and D dopamine receptors in the brain
VARANOID    (zoology) Any member of the superfamily ''Varanoidea'' of lizards, including the well-known family ''Varanidae'' (the goannas)
VENIALIA    minor sins
VIRGATED    (obsolete) Striped; streaked
GUIDETTE    (slang/US) Italian-American female; an American female of Italian extraction
GRINDLET    A small drain
AGUILTED    AGUILT: (verb) to be guilty of; to offend; to sin against; to wrong
ORGANULE    (anatomy/dated) One of the essential cells or elements of an organ
NONTRIAL    Not of or pertaining to a judicial trial
NANOGEAR    A nanoscale gear
EDRATIDE    (medicine) A synthetic peptide that is used to treat cases of lupus
SEQUOIAN    Of, pertaining to, or reminiscent of sequoia trees
LOTRIFEN    A particular heterocyclic compound
ENOLATES    ENOLATE: (chemistry) any metal salt of the enol form of a tautomeric aldehyde or ketone
BOWIEITE    (mineral) A rhodium-iridium-platinum sulfide mineral
EURYOPIA    (pathology) A condition in which the eyes are open abnormally wide
FEMINATE    (obsolete) feminine
THORIATE    To add thorium or thorium oxide to a substance in order to increase its thermionic flow
AGELENID    (zoology) Any member of the Agelenidae
UNIPARAE    (plural of/unipara)
VIGORITE    (archaic) A particular explosive containing nitroglycerin
VIOLETER    (rare) (comparative of/violet)
GUPEIITE    (mineralogy) An isometric-hexoctahedral mineral containing iron and silicon
AIRWOUND    (of an electromagnetic coil) Wound around air, i.e. lacking a solid core
GOALTEND    (basketball) To engage in goaltending, interference with the ball on its downward path to the basket
OVERLINE    A line drawn over text or a repeating decimal
OUTENING    OUTEN: (archaic/or/dialectal) Out; out of; out from
OCTANOSE    (carbohydrates) Any monosaccharide having the configuration of an eight-membered ring
AETOSAUR    Any of an extinct group of heavily armoured herbivorous dinosaurs, of the order ''Aetosauria''
NOTEABLE    notable
ACONITIA    (chemistry) Same as aconitine
RAINDEER    (obsolete spelling of/reindeer)
RIBOTIDE    ribonucleotide
SABIEITE    (mineralogy) A trigonal-trapezohedral white mineral containing hydrogen, iron, nitrogen, oxygen, and sulfur
EERISOME    (dialectal/chiefly Scotland) Causing fear; eerie
ELOINETH    old third person singular form of ELOIN
EPICOENE    lacking gender distinction, often specifically due to lack of either the masculine or the feminine
BOWENITE    (mineral) A hard, compact variety of the serpentine species antigorite
EUAGARIC    A member of the fungal order Agaricales; a gilled mushroom
EXORATED    EXORATE: (verb) to persuade, or to gain, by entreaty
ICTEROID    Marked by jaundice, or having the appearance of that disease
AVOLATED    AVOLATE: (obsolete) To fly away; to escape
AUNTIENT    (obsolete form of/ancient)
ARSIRANE    (organic compound) A three-membered heterocycle containing two methylene groups and an arsenic atom; the arsenic equivalent of ethylene oxide
UNVIRILE    lacking masculinity and youth
ANIENTED    ANIENT: to annhilate; to destroy
AMELOTIN    (protein) A protein secreted by ameloblasts during tooth development
AIRSTAIR    A set of stairs permitting entry to and exit from an aeroplane, typically built into a folding door
AGNOITES    AGNOITE: of an ancient sect of Christianity that believed that the Christ was ignorant of some things
PAREUNIA    (medicine) sexual intercourse
DEVOTARY    (obsolete) A votary
COWARDIE    (obsolete) cowardice
NARRATEE    someone to whom a story is narrated
NAMUWITE    (mineralogy) A hexagonal mineral containing copper, hydrogen, oxygen, sulfur, and zinc
DIUREIDE    (chemistry) One of a series of complex nitrogenous substances regarded as containing two molecules of urea or their radicals
MELANURE    (obsolete) A small fish of the Mediterranean; a gilthead
ROGALIAN    pertaining to a great fire
LOVIRIDE    An antiviral drug against HIV
ENGOULEE    (heraldry) Partly swallowed; disappearing in the jaws of anything
SONGTAEW    A type of share taxi in Southeast Asia made out of an altered pickup truck with two benches in the back down each side
ESCOUADE    (archaic) A squad
FAMOTINE    An antiviral isoquinoline drug
IRRORATE    (verb) to sprinkle or moisten with dew; to bedew 
IRIGENIN    (biochemistry) An O-methylated isoflavone, the 7-glucoside of irigenin, that can be isolated from the rhizomes of the leopard lily (''Belamcanda chinensis'')
INVEINED    INVEIN: to streak as with veins
INNELITE    (mineralogy) A triclinic-pedial mineral containing barium, calcium, fluorine, hydrogen, magnesium, oxygen, potassium, silicon, sodium, sulfur, and titanium
TRAITEUR    restaurateur
AXONEURE    the point where the axon is connects with a neuron
ABOUNDER    One that has plenty; 
AURAMINE    (organic chemistry/cytology) Any of a family of fluorescent dyes used to stain tissues for fluorescence microscopy
HISTORIE    (archaic spelling of/history)
VIGOURED    Having vigour; (found especially in compounds)
ANTIFEAR    Countering fear
GROANETH    old third person singular form of GROAN
AMOEBIAN    (zoology) One of the Amoebea
AGRICOLE    a husbandman
OVULATER    one who ovulates
NONAUDIO    Not audio
NEANURID    (zoology) Any member of the Neanuridae
RENGEITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic dark greenish brown mineral containing calcium, la,ce,pr,nd,sm,, oxygen, silicon, strontium, titanium, and zirconium
ROMALEID    (zoology) Any member of the Romaleidae
MATRIGEL    (alternative capitalization of/Matrigel)
BERAINED    BERAIN: To rain upon; wet with rain; moisten
INGENITE    (obsolete) Innate, inborn
IDIOMATA    (irregular plural of/idiomatic)
TOREAVED    TOREAVE: (obsolete) To take away or remove completely
TRANQING    TRANQ (verb): to tranquilize, to use a tranquilizer
TRIAMOND    (geometry) A polyiamond made up of three triangles
AGEUSTIA    Absence of the sense of taste
ATENDING    ATEND: (obsolete) To set on fire; kindle
ARSELOAD    (rare) a large amount
HELITRON    (physics) A tunable form of microwave oscillator
ANTIFOOD    Opposing food
GENITORY    (obsolete) A testicle
ANEARETH    old third person singular form of ANEAR
WIRELINE    (telecommunications) A landline
ALFIONES    ALFIONE: An edible marine fish of California (''Rhacochilus toxotes'')
AIRIFIED    made into air
GOATHAIR    The hair of a goat, especially as used in making textiles
NERINEID    (zoology) Any member of the Nerineidae
ACINESIA    (medicine) variant of akinesia
RELAGATE    (form of/Sixteenth-century spelling/relegate)
EAKERITE    (mineral) A monoclinic-prismatic mineral containing aluminum, calcium, hydrogen, oxygen, silicon, and tin
ACRIDONE    (organic compound) An tricyclic heterocyclic ketone derived from acridine; any derivative of this compound
EUNOMIES    EUNOMY: Equal law, or a well-adjusted constitution of government
JAGOITES    JAGOITE: (mineralogy) A hexagonal-ditrigonal dipyramidal yellow green mineral containing calcium, chlorine, hydrogen, iron, lead, magnesium, oxygen, silicon, and sodium
JABORINE    (organic compound) An alkaloid found in jaborandi leaves, resembling atropine
INVALIDE    an old spelling of INVALID (n.)
TELEFONE    (informal) telephone
THEANINE    (chemistry) amino acid commonly found in tea
FIREBOTE    (legal/obsolete/UK) An allowance of fuel
AUBAINES    AUBAINE: (historical/legal) succession to the goods of a stranger not naturalized
UNDERFIT    (statistics) To use a statistical model that has too few parameters relative to the size of the sample
FRIATION    The act of breaking up or pulverizing
ARITOXES    ARITOX: certain monoclonal antibodies related to ricin
HATORADE    An imaginary drink which haters are said to be drinking if they are hating
ADORNETH    old third person singular form of ADORN
GAMETOID    : a multinucleate gamete 
VIOGNIER    A type of white wine-producing grape
WATUSIED    WATUSI (v.): to dance the watusi
ANISEEDY    (informal) Resembling or characteristic of aniseed
ANATIFAE    (noun) an animal of the barnacle tribe, of the genus Lepas, having a fleshy stem or peduncle; a goose barnacle. See Cirripedia
DELATIVE    a case of verbs used, chiefly in Hungarian, to express the movement from the surface of something (like "moved off the table")
ORODYNIA    glossodynia
OROCLINE    (geology) A mountain belt whose process of deformation is visible
PAVONITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic white mineral containing bismuth, copper, lead, silver, and sulfur
PERONATE    (mycology) sheathed with a covering
POUBAITE    (mineralogy) A trigonal-hexagonal scalenohedral silver white mineral containing bismuth, lead, selenium, sulfur, and tellurium
MOGANITE    (mineralogy) A crystalline form of silica that has a different crystal structure than that of quartz
MINARINE    A form of low-fat margarine
RETOOLER    One who retools
RINNEITE    (mineralogy) A saline evaporite, consisting of mixed potassium, sodium and ferrous chloride, KNaFeCl
ECLARITE    (mineral) An orthorhombic-dipyramidal mineral containing bismuth, copper, iron, lead, and sulfur
EPOMANIA    rage or passion for writing epics
EUOSMITE    (mineral) A fossil resin with a strong pleasant odour
EXGRATIA    (chiefly India) (alternative form of/ex gratia)
IRONISER    Someone who speaks ironically
INWANDER    To wander in
FIENTIVE    (grammar) Designating a durative and dynamic action performed by the subject
INERMIID    (zoology) Any member of the Inermiidae
FIRELINE    A firebreak
TRAITOUR    (obsolete form of/traitor)
AUMERIES    AUMERY: (obsolete) An ambry or closet
AUDIVISE    to transmit by audivision
ARTARINE    a greyish red substance that is derived from the bark of the plant known as Zanthoxylum senegalense
ARATIONS    ARATION: (obsolete) ploughing, tillage
ARANGOES    ARANGO: A rough carnelian bead, formerly used in Africa as currency when buying slaves for the slave trade
ABNODATE    (verb) to clear (tress) from knots
VARIAUNT    (obsolete form of/variant)
APLEURIA    the congenital absence of ribs
VERATROL    (organic compound) A liquid hydrocarbon obtained by the decomposition of veratric acid, and constituting the dimethyl ether of pyrocatechin
ANTIDEBT    Countering or opposed to debt
WOOLENET    A thin, light woollen fabric
OWENIIDS    (zoology) Any member of the Oweniidae
OVERDATE    A coin in which one date is superimposed over traces of another (due to reuse of a die)
OTAVITES    OTAVITE: (mineralogy) A rare trigonal cadmium carbonate mineral
OPIANINE    (organic compound) An alkaloid found in small quantities in opium, identical with narcotine
NOSELEAF    (zoology) A noseleaf bat
POECILIA    A genus of livebearing cyprinodont fish comprising the guppy and molly. Some species are virtually all female and depend on sperm from other species to stimulate egg development. Poecilia is used in carcinogenicity studies as well as neurologic and physiologic research.
NABILONE    A synthetic cannabinoid used therapeutically as an antiemetic and as an adjunct analgesic for neuropathic pain
PRICETAG    (alternative spelling of/price tag)
RAUVITES    RAUVITE: (mineralogy) An amorphous mineral containing calcium, hydrogen, oxygen, uranium, and vanadium
REAUDITS    REAUDIT: A second or subsequent audit
REJAILED    REJAIL: To jail again
RUARSITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic grayish white mineral containing arsenic, ruthenium, and sulfur
AEDICULA    (arts) A painted framed niche giving the appearance of depth
LIMATURE    (obsolete) The act of filing
TERADYNE    One trillion dynes
TETRAOSE    tetrose
FLORIAGE    (obsolete) bloom; blossom
AGENBITE    remorse, ayenbite, often used as a conscious archaism
AVRIDINE    An immunostimulant drug
ATALUREN    A novel small-molecular agent designed to make ribosomes become less sensitive to, or possibly ignore, premature stop codons
UNDERGOE    (obsolete form of/undergo)
ARGUIDOS    ARGUIDO: A person kept for questioning who is not a formal suspect
APOLOGIE    (archaic spelling of/apology)
APLOWITE    (mineral) A monoclinic-prismatic pink mineral containing cobalt, hydrogen, manganese, nickel, oxygen, and sulfur
GAFIATED    GAFIATE: To drop out of community activities, with the implication of "getting a life"
VINCTURE    (obsolete) A binding
VORTILON    A small attachment mounted under the wing of an aeroplane to induce vortices to aid stability in flight
GUGIAITE    (mineralogy) A tetragonal-scalenohedral colorless mineral containing beryllium, calcium, oxygen, and silicon
GUAIANES    GUAIANE: (organic compound) A particular bicyclic sesquiterpene; any of many derivatives of this compound, some of which have medical applications
ANASTOLE    the gaping of a wound
GERYONID    (zoology) Any member of the Geryonidae
GREVILIA    Any of several Australian trees or shrubs, of genus ''Grevillea'', having shiny flowers
YEARNEST    second-person familiar form of YEARN
GOORANUT    the kola nut, ''Cola acuminata''
OUTYEARS    OUTYEAR: the year beyond a current fiscal year usually used in plural except when attributive    
PERIOECI    PERIOECUS: (obsolete) Someone living on the same latitude as someone else, but on a different or opposite side of the world; one's antithesis
NAPITANE    An antidepressant drug
QUADRINE    (obsolete) A small, copper coin; a farthing
QUARTENE    (archaic/chemistry) butylene
RAGEQUIT    (slang/video games) To quit an online video game in anger
ROWEITES    ROWEITE: (mineralogy) An orthorhombic-dipyramidal light brown mineral containing boron, calcium, hydrogen, manganese, and oxygen
ELIQUATE    To liquate; to smelt
CAVORITE    (science fiction) A hypothetical substance with anti-gravity effects
LONGTERM    (alternative spelling of/long-term)
SILATION    silylation
ERGATING    ERGAT: (verb) to deduce logically, as conclusions
ISATOGEN    (organic compound) A complex nitrogenous radical, CHNO, related to isatin
BELONITE    (mineralogy) One of the minute acicular or dendritic crystalline forms sometimes observed in glassy volcanic rocks
INTIRETY    (archaic spelling of/entirety)
FERUVITE    (mineralogy) A trigonal-ditrigonal pyramidal mineral containing aluminum, boron, calcium, hydrogen, iron, magnesium, oxygen, silicon, sodium, and titanium
INERTION    Want of activity or exertion; inertness; quietude
HUANGITE    (mineralogy) A trigonal-hexagonal scalenohedral mineral containing aluminum, calcium, hydrogen, oxygen, and sulfur
TRIRADII    (Noun) Plural form of triradius.
TROGONID    (zoology) Any member of the Trogonidae
TROGULID    (zoology) Any member of the Trogulidae
ATRENNED    ATRENNE: (verb) to outrun
FOURNEAU    (military) The chamber of a mine in which the powder is placed
ARSOCANE    (organic compound) A saturated eight-membered heterocycle having seven carbon atoms and one arsenic atom
VATERITE    A polymorph of calcium carbonate, chemical formula CaCO
VIROIDAL    Of or pertaining to a viroid
VOIDAGES    VOIDAGE: The relative amount of space left between objects that are packed together; gap
ANTIGRAV    (science fiction) antigravity
GEMINITE    (mineralogy) A triclinic mineral containing arsenic, copper, hydrogen, and oxygen
ALTHEINE    (organic compound) asparagine
PAGETOID    (dermatology) Exhibiting an upward spread of melanocytes into the epidermis
OTWAYITE    (mineralogy) A green orthorhombic hydrated nickel carbonate mineral
PATAVINE    (biochemistry) A lignan glycoside obtained from plants of the genus (taxlink/Haplophyllum (Rutaceae)/genus)
OOKINETE    (zoology) The motile zygote of a parasite of the malaria mosquito that forms an oocyst in the mosquito's gut
DAINTREL    (obsolete) A delicacy
ACHEIRIA    The congenital absence of one or both hands
OBROGATE    (legal/rare) To annul a law by enacting a new law, as opposed to repealing the former law
DILATEST    second-person familiar form of DILATE
NIDOROSE    (literary) Emitting a strong, unpleasant odor, especially one like that of cooking fat or similar greasy substances
DIOECIAS    DIOECIA: a Linnaean class of plants having the stamens and pistils on different plants 
RESOLVIN    (biochemistry) Any of various compounds that are made by the human body from the omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid, believed to reduce cellular inflammation
ECOTOPIA    Any ecologically ideal place or situation
EISEGETE    A person who places meaning on a text which is not originally or inherently present in the text itself
ACRITUDE    acridity; pungency combined with heat
EPIBIONT    (biology) Any organism that lives on the surface (of a lake etc, or another organism)
SNORTLED    SNORTLE: (slang) A hearty laugh that is punctuated by a snort on the inhale
SODIATED    (chemistry) Converted into a cation by the addition of a sodium ion
ACTORIAL    Relating to an actor, or one who performs an action
EUPIONES    EUPIONE: (organic compound) A clear oily liquid obtained by the destructive distillation of various vegetable and animal substances; specifically, an oil consisting largely of the higher hydrocarbons of the paraffin series
JOINTIER    comparative form of JOINTY
EYEPAINT    A cosmetic for painting around the eyes
IODATIAN    (mineralogy) Describing minerals containing iodate anions
INVOICER    One who issues an invoice
FERRINOL    (medicine) A therapeutic preparation of iron and nuclein (a phosphorized protein) historically used in the treatment of anemia
BEDOTING    BEDOTE: (verb) to cause to dote; to deceive
INFOVORE    A person who indulges in and desires information gathering and interpretation
INDOMITE    (obsolete) untamed; savage; wild
THIENONE    (organic compound) A ketone derivative of thiophene obtained as a white crystalline substance, CHS).CO, by the action of aluminium chloride and carbonyl chloride on thiophene
BARYTINE    barite
TIDALITE    (geology) A sediment deposited by tidal activity
AZADIENE    (organic compound) Any vinyl imine CH=CH-CH=NH or CH=CH-N=CH; any derivative of these compounds
TRAUNTER    (obsolete/UK/dialect) One who trants; a peddler; a carrier
TREMANDO    (adj) trembling; -- used as a direction to perform a passage with a general shaking of the whole chord
TRIARIAN    (obsolete) Occupying the third post or rank
ASTRAEAN    (zoology) Relating to the genus ''Astraea'' or the family ''(taxlink/Astraeidae/family)''
ADRECTAL    situated at or near the rectum
ANOMERIC    (organic chemistry) Of, or pertaining to anomers
ANAGETIC    of, or relating to anagenesis
AMRINONE    A type 3 pyridine phosphodiesterase inhibitor used to treat congestive heart failure
ALIENETH    old third person singular form of ALIEN
OUTTWINE    (obsolete) to twist out
OUTLANES    OUTLANE: One of the outer lanes toward the bottom of a pinball table that cause the ball to drain if not propelled back upwards
ORNEODID    (zoology) Any member of the Orneodidae
ONCOLITE    (geology) a spherical sedimentary structure formed by cyanobacteria
DAVANITE    (mineral) A triclinic-pinacoidal colorless mineral containing oxygen, potassium, silicon, and titanium
DETAXING    DETAX: to remove a tax from
CYNOIDEA    (u) a division of Carnivora, including the dogs, wolves, and foxes
PETROLEA    (rare) (plural of/petroleum#English/petroleum)
NONVELAR    Not velar
DIBSTONE    (dated/19th Century) A pebble used in a child's game called dibstones
CREEDITE    (mineral) A monoclinic-prismatic mineral containing aluminum, calcium, fluorine, hydrogen, oxygen, and sulfur
PROUDITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic silver gray mineral containing antimony, bismuth, copper, lead, selenium, silver, and sulfur
CLEANOUT    An opening or drain leading into a plumbing system to provide a location to insert a snake or other implement for cleaning
ROMERIID    (zoology) Any member of the Romeriidae
ENFOILED    ENFOIL: to wrap in foil
LIMERENT    in love
LEPIDINE    (organic compound) 4-methylquinoline, a heterocyclic aromatic organic compound used in the preparation of certain dyes
SOLANOID    (medicine) Resembling a potato; said of a kind of cancer
EROGATES    EROGATE: (obsolete) To lay out (money etc.); to deal out; to expend
ACUATION    (rare) The act of sharpening
BOARHIDE    Skin of a boar
KERATODE    (medicine) Relating to or marked by keratosis; horny
INOTROPE    (medicine) Any inotropic drug
TOURELLE    A turret
AZOEOSIN    an acid colour of the monoazo-sulphonic-acid type
TRAGULID    (zoology) Any member of the Tragulidae
AUNSWERE    (obsolete spelling of/answer)
HORARIES    HORARY: Pertaining to an hour or hours
ARTUATED    ARTUATE: To tear limb from limb
AQUATION    (chemistry) The replacement of a ligand by water in a complex
AQUATILE    Inhabiting the water
FUSIDANE    (organic chemistry/medicine) Any of a class of antibiotics, produced by dermatophytes, that have a ''cyclopentanoperhydrophenanthrene'' structure
FUSIDATE    (chemistry) A salt or ester of fusidic acid
VEIGAIID    (zoology) Any member of the Veigaiidae
GANDOURA    A type of long robe or gown worn in North Africa
GAWNTREE    A framework of steel bars resting on side supports to bridge over or around something
ANGELATE    a salt of angelic acid
GRUNTIER    (comparative of/grunty)
GROUTITE    (mineralogy) An orthorhombic-dipyramidal blue black mineral containing hydrogen, manganese, and oxygen
OPERANDA    OPERANDUM: A lever, key or device installed in a operant chamber, upon which the "subject" exerts its responses. Sometimes referred to as a manipulandum. In the prototypical operant conditioning experiment, a rat (the subject) presses upon a lever (the operandum) which triggers the delivery of food (the reward or reinforcer)
ONEIRISM    (rare) Dream-like experiences or qualities; dreaminess
PERIORAL    (anatomy) Surrounding the mouth
NONIDEAS    NONIDEA: That which is not an idea
NEMATODA    : a phylum related to the Aschelminthes and comprising elongated cylindrical worms without an epithelial coelomic lining, with dorsal and ventral nerve cords, and with lateral excretory ducts that are parasites of humans, animals, or plants or free-living dwellers in soil or water and are known as roundworms, eelworms, or nematodes 
COLORATE    To apply color to something, make colourful
AEDEAGUS    A copulatory organ of some male insects
ACRITIES    ACRITY: (obsolete) sharpness; keenness
ELONGETH    (obsolete verb conjugation)
SEAPOWER    Naval military power
CAVEOLIN    (protein) Any of a family of proteins associated with caveolae membranes
ENAMELAR    Consisting of enamel; resembling enamel; smooth; glossy
LOSENGER    (obsolete) A flatterer; a deceiver; a cozener
ENTRELAC    (knitting) A knitting technique used to create a textured diamond pattern, comprising interconnected squares on two different orientations
LEGATURA    (music) A tie or brace; a syncopation
EPITOMAI    EPITOME: (of a class of items) The embodiment or encapsulation of
EREPTION    (obscure) Sudden snatching away
ETAMIVAN    A respiratory stimulant drug related to nikethamide
ETHOTOIN    An anticonvulsant drug used in the treatment of epilepsy
EVOMITED    EVOMIT: (obsolete) to vomit out
ITTERBIA    (inorganic compound) ytterbium oxide YbO
IOPIDINE    Apraclonidine
FENOCHIA    (obsolete spelling of/finocchio) 
TERTULIA    An evening party, a soirée, especially in Spain
INFUCATE    (verb) to stain; to paint; to daub
INAQUATE    (obsolete) Embodied in, or changed into, water
HOWIEITE    (mineralogy) A triclinic mineral containing aluminum, hydrogen, iron, magnesium, manganese, oxygen, silicon, and sodium
HOUNDIER    HOUNDY: of the nature or character of a hound
ULONATAS    ULONATA: a member of a a division of insects nearly equivalent to the true Orthoptera
FOURPEAT    (US/slang) To win something four times consecutively
UNHEIRED    Destitute of an heir
VAPORATE    To emit vapour; to evaporate
ANTIPOET    A writer of antipoetry
VILANIES    an old form of VILLAINIES
WADALITE    (mineralogy) A vitreous nesosilicate of calcium, aluminium and magnesium
ANTEPONE    (verb) to put before; to prefer
WEROANCE    (alternative form of/werowance)
ANADENIA    deficient glandular activity
GRICEITE    a mineral, (lithium fluoride), that occurs as white aggregates in other minerals, such as fluorite
GOYAZITE    (mineralogy) A trigonal-hexagonal scalenohedral mineral containing aluminum, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, and strontium
OUTKNAVE    to surpass in knavery
DENOTEES    DENOTEE: Something denoted
PARAVENT    A windscreen
ORVIETOS    ORVIETO: A white wine from Umbria
PELOTAGE    (noun) packs or bales of Spanish wool
DAIMIOES    DAIMIO: A lord during the Japanese feudal period
OATLAGES    OATLAGE: Silage made from oats
NOTEWISE    In terms of musical notes
NONGATED    Not gated
NONAGILE    (computing) Not agile; not using, or relating to, (Agile software development)
NEMOURID    (zoology) Any member of the Nemouridae
DITATION    (obsolete) The act of making rich; enrichment
DITAZOLE    A platelet aggregation inhibitor
DIVERTEE    One who is diverted from prison
RAINGEAR    Clothing worn as protection from rain
AEROGENS    AEROGEN: Any noble gas
EELBOATS    EELBOAT: A boat used for eeling catching eels)
LOVENIID    (zoology) Any member of the Loveniidae
LOSEYITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic mineral containing carbon, hydrogen, manganese, oxygen, and zinc
ENDQUOTE    (alternative spelling of/end quote)
CANTREFI    CANTREF: A mediaeval land division in Wales
SIGLOITE    (mineralogy) A triclinic-pinacoidal mineral containing aluminum, hydrogen, iron, oxygen, and phosphorus
EPIFLORA    (botany) epiphytic flora
KOLARITE    (mineralogy) An orthorhombic gray mineral containing chlorine, lead, and tellurium
IOVERSOL    An organoiodine compound used as a contrast medium
INTRASEX    Within or among a single sex
INTERPEL    (obsolete) To interrupt, break in upon, or intercede with
TEILZONE    The stratigraphic range of the rock unit between the first and last appearance datum of a particular taxon in a local area, a subset of the global biozone for that taxon
INTERARM    (astronomy) Between arms of a spiral galaxy
BAYERITE    (mineral) A polytype of gibbsite
FINATIVE    (obsolete) conclusive; decisive; final
TRANSLIN    (protein) Any of a family of DNA-binding proteins that specifically recognise consensus sequences at the breakpoint junctions in chromosomal translocations
TRIAMIDE    (chemistry) An amide containing three amido groups
AUGURATE    The position or office of an augur
TURNIXES    Anglicized plural of TURNIX; turnices
ARSEFOOT    the penguin
ARIDISOL    (US soil taxonomy) A soil of the kind that dominates deserts and xeric shrublands, having a very low concentration of organic matter and little water
ARGENTAN    nickel silver
ARAKIITE    (mineral) A monoclinic-domatic mineral containing aluminum, arsenic, hydrogen, iron, magnesium, manganese, oxygen, and zinc
ADORATED    ADORATE: To worship, to adore
GANANITE    (mineralogy) An isometric-hextetrahedral gray mineral containing bismuth and fluorine
VIPERINA    (u) see Viperoidea
ANTIMOLD    Countering mould; antifungal
ANORAKED    Dressed in an anorak
GUANIDES    GUANIDE: (organic chemistry) Any univalent radical or anion derived from guanidine
GIANTIZE    To make giant or gigantic; to increase to huge proportions
YEARTIME    A time of the year; a season
AGNITION    (obsolete) acknowledgement
OVERSANG    (present participle of/oversing)
OVALENES    (plural of/ovalene)
DEMORAGE    (obsolete form of/demurrage)
PARTERIE    (noun) articles made of the blades or fiber of the Lygeum Spartum and Stipa (/ Macrochloa) tenacissima, kinds of grass used in Spain and other countries for making ropes, mats, baskets, nets, and mattresses
ODOURANT    (alternative form of/odorant)
NONUSAGE    Absence of usage; failure to use
NONSTEEL    Not of or pertaining to steel
NONOILED    Not having been oiled
DILOGIES    (plural of/dilogy)
POLITURE    (obsolete) polish; gloss
NEURIDIN    (organic compound) A non-toxic base, CHN, found in the putrescent matter of flesh, fish, decaying cheese, etc
QUAESITA    QUAESITUM: that which is sought for
QUARTINO    A carafe that can hold a quarter of a litre of wine
REBULITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic dark gray mineral containing antimony, arsenic, sulfur, and thallium
REGIDORS    REGIDOR: A position in municipal governments in Spain and Latin America, roughly corresponding to alderman (gloss/member of municipal legislative body)
REIONIZE    To convert back into ions
DROILETH    (obsolete verb conjugation)
RINGHOLE    (physics/astronomy) A relatively short, toroidal wormhole
ROZENITE    (mineralogy) An iron sulphide mineral with chemical formula FeSO·4HO
MAROKITE    (mineralogy) A dark brown mineral, a mixed oxide of calcium and manganese, found in hydrothermal deposits
ELPIDITE    (mineral) An orthorhombic-pyramidal mineral containing hydrogen, oxygen, silicon, sodium, and zirconium
SEDOVITE    (mineralogy) An orthorhombic mineral containing molybdenum, oxygen, and uranium
SILETANE    (organic compound) A saturated heterocycle having three carbon atoms and one silicon atom; any derivative of this compound
SILOXENE    (inorganic compound) A compound of silicon, SiH(OH), that has a planar structure
ENSEATED    p ENSEAT
SITEWIDE    Throughout a site (either a physical place or a website)
ENTRADAS    ENTRADA: (historical) An armed incursion of Spanish conquistadors into American territories
BUFONITE    (paleontology/obsolete) A fossil consisting of the petrified teeth and palatal bones of fishes belonging to the family of Pycnodonts, whose remains occur in the oolite and chalk formations
LATEWARD    (obsolete) rather late
LANARIES    (plural of/lanary)
ERIBULIN    An anticancer drug
EUPRYION    (archaic) An old device for obtaining a light by means of a match
EURODEMO    (demoscene) A demo made by Europeans
BONAFIDE    made sincerely, in good faith
JARLITES    JARLITE: (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic mineral containing aluminum, barium, calcium, fluorine, hydrogen, lithium, magnesium, oxygen, sodium, and strontium
BETADINE    (medicine) A complex of povidone and iodine used as a topical antiseptic
FEATIEST    superlative of FEATY
IRITIDES    IRITIS: (pathology) An inflammation of the iris
IRIDIOUS    (chemistry) containing trivalent iridium
TLATOANI    An emperor of the Aztec kingdom
ADEFOVIR    A drug used to treat hepatitis B and herpes simplex virus infection
AYEGREEN    The houseleek (''Sempervivum tectorum'')
TRIVANTS    TRIVANT: (noun) a truant
AUROSOME    golden, gold-colored
FOREBEAT    (music) The primary, stronger half of a musical beat
UNDERGET    (obsolete) To understand; perceive
AREADEST    AREAD: (obsolete) To soothsay, prophesy
HEAVENOS    HEAVENO: (neologism/rare) hello
FUMARINE    (organic compound) An alkaloid extracted from fumitory
HAWAIITE    (geology) An olivine basalt intermediate between alkali olivine and mugearite
GAINCOPE    To catch up with, intercept, or encounter another person by taking a short-cut
GALAXITE    (mineralogy) A brownish-red spinel mineral found in carbonate-rich metamorphosed manganese ore deposits
VELUTINA    (noun) any one of several species of marine gastropods belonging to Velutina and allied genera
ANTIWART    Acting against warts
ANTIHOLE    (mathematics) Properly, a graph antihole
ANOMOURA    (u) a group of decapod Crustacea, of which the hermit crab in an example
ANGULOID    Somewhat angular
ANANDITE    (mineral) A usually monoclinic mineral of the mica group
AIRFORCE    (alternative spelling of/air force)
OVERTILT    to tilt over
OUTPOISE    (archaic) To outweigh
NUGATION    (rare/obsolete) The act or practice of trifling (focusing on the trivial or inconsequential.)
NORTELRY    (obsolete) nurture; education; culture; upbringing
NAUTILID    (zoology) Any member of the Nautilidae
NANOBELT    A nanostructure in the form of a belt
MORANTEL    An anthelminthic drug
DONATRIX    Female donator
REENABLE    to enable again
REMORATE    (obsolete/rare) To hinder; to delay
DREAVING    DREAVE: (UK/ dialectal) To drive; drive out; drive away; expel
CLEARGIE    (obsolete spelling of/clergy)
MELONITE    (mineralogy) A nickel telluride mineral
ROADTEST    A trial or practice run of a piece of equipment in its intended usage environment to check for errors before final deployment
EARTHLIT    lit by light reflected from the Earth
EGROTING    EGROTE: to feign an illness
SATURNIA    (medicine) pain in a joint due to lead poisoning
EITELITE    (mineral) A trigonal-rhombohedral mineral containing carbon, magnesium, oxygen, and sodium
ELEATICS    ELEATIC: a philosopher of a school founded by Parmenides, that investigated the phenomenal world, esp. with reference to the phenomena of change
CERTEINE    (archaic spelling of/certain)
SELENANE    (organic compound) A saturated six-membered heterocycle containing five carbon atoms and one selenium atom
LEAKEITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic dark red mineral containing hydrogen, iron, lithium, magnesium, oxygen, silicon, and sodium
LEADLINE    A leash or strap for leading an animal
EPIGONID    (zoology) Any member of the Epigonidae
LAURATES    Salts and esters of the 12-carbon saturated monocarboxylic acid--lauric acid.
KONYAITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic mineral containing hydrogen, magnesium, oxygen, sodium, and sulfur
EUPLASIA    (biology) the condition of tissue that is normal for its type
BONINITE    a mafic extrusive rock high in both magnesium and silica, formed in fore-arc environments, typically during the early stages of subduction
BOARDIES    BOARDIE: (slang) surfer
EXALTONE    (organic compound) cyclopentadecanone
BIOMETAL    (biochemistry) Any metal that has a biochemical function
JONESITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic colorless mineral containing aluminum, barium, hydrogen, oxygen, potassium, silicon, sodium, and titanium
EYEROOTS    EYEROOT: a plant, Hydrastis canadensis, of North America; goldenseal
IRONMINE    (alternative spelling of/iron mine)
FEETLONG    Many feet long
INTIRELY    (obsolete spelling of/entirely)
TEGASTID    (zoology) Any member of the Tegastidae
TELECARE    Healthcare facilitated by telecommunication technology
FINETUNE    (alternative form of/fine-tune)
TIDEPOOL    (countable) a rocky pool by the ocean that is filled with seawater left behind by the falling tide
BAITWARE    (computing) Freeware of deliberately poor quality with some, but generally not all, of the features of a software application, intended to entice those who download the freeware to buy the complete application
TRITORIA    TRITORIUM: A vessel for separating liquids of different densities
HIATIONS    HIATION: (obsolete) The act of gaping; a gap
UNEATING    Not eating; that does not eat
ASHITORI    (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker takes his opponent down by grabbing and lifting his leg with both hands
HEIDEITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic steel gray mineral containing chromium, iron, sulfur, and titanium
HAUYNITE    (mineralogy) An isometric tectosilicate feldspathoid mineral with sulfate and chloride
URICEMIA    (medicine) An elevated level of uric acid in the blood
VAGATION    (obsolete) The act of wandering, straying, or departing from the expected or regular course; an instance or occasion of this; a wandering; a rambling; a roaming; an aberration
GAINWISE    in a contrary manner, contrariwise
GARMENTO    (business/fashion) Someone active in the garment industry, especially in New York
ABIETITE    (chemistry) A substance resembling mannite, found in the needles of the common silver fir of Europe (''Abies pectinata'') - Eng. Cyc
ABIETATE    (organic chemistry) Any salt or ester of abietic acid; resinate
ALTERATE    altered
AIRLANES    (plural of/airlane)
AGROFUEL    Any biofuel produced by agricultural means
OVERHIRE    To hire too many employees
PAGEAUNT    (obsolete form of/pageant)
OUTFRAME    To frame better than another; exceed or surpass in framing
DENOTIFY    (India) To repeal the categorization of (a tribe) as criminal under the (Criminal Tribes Act)
OTOGENIC    originating in the ear
PEDARIAN    (historical/Roman antiquity) One of a class eligible to the office of senator, but not yet chosen, who could sit and speak in the senate, but could not vote
ONOLATRY    Worship of the ass or donkey
DATAFILE    A computer file which stores data for use by a computer application or system
DANAITES    DANAITE: (mineral) A cobaltiferous variety of arsenopyrite
ODORISER    A device to add odor to a gas
DIALANES    DIALANE: (inorganic compound) The aluminium hydride AlH that is a dimer of alane found only at low temperatures
NOPALINE    (biochemistry) An opine derived from glutamic acid and arginine
DIATORIC    (of an artificial tooth) Having an aperture for attachment to the dental plate
NONTIMED    Not timed
DIGENEAN    Any trematode fluke of the subclass ''Digenea''
NOETICAL    Of or pertaining to the mind or intellect
NANOACRE    A unit (about 2 mm square) of real estate on a VLSI chip.  The term    gets its giggle value from the fact that VLSI nanoacres have costs in the    same range as real acres once one figures in design and fabrication-setup    costs.
MUTAWEEN    (Islam) The religious police in an Islamic country
CONIBEAR    A kind of body-gripping trap designed to kill the trapped animal quickly
RANELLID    (zoology) Any member of the Ranellidae
REHONING    REHONE: to hone again
RENALASE    (enzyme) An enzyme, released by the kidney, that breaks down adrenaline and related compounds
DRIPLINE    The boundary, under a tree or other plant, beyond which water will not drip from its foliage
ROASTEES    ROASTEE: The subject of a roast, or bantering comedy routine
CEROLITE    (mineral) (alternative form of/kerolite)
ELIXATED    ELIXATE: (obsolete) To boil; to seethe
CARNEOLE    a variety of chalcedony, a dull red semi-transparent quartz
CARITIVE    (grammar) Of or relating to the caritive case
ENCOILED    ENCOIL: to coil up or together
LIVEBORN    born alive
LITHURIA    an excess of uric acid or of its salts in the urine 
LERNAEAS    LERNAEA: any member of the family Lernaeidae
EOBIOTIC    (rare) Relating to any substance that is endogenous to the body or to an ecological system
SOUNDAGE    (obsolete) The production of a sound
EUGENIES    EUGENY: (obsolete) noble birth
SPONGIAE    (u) the grand division of the animal kingdom which includes the sponges; -- called also Spongida, Spongiaria, Spongiozoa, and Porifera
EUROIZED    EUROIZE: To adopt the euro as official currency, or to link one's currency to the euro
EWALDITE    (mineral) A hexagonal-dihexagonal pyramidal mineral containing barium, calcium, carbon, cerium, oxygen, sodium, strontium, and yttrium
JAVANITE    javaite
TALITRID    (zoology) Any member of the Talitridae
ISOLETTE    An incubator for a new-born baby
FAVORISE    To favor especially or unduly
INTARWEB    (slang) ''Internet slang spelling of'' interweb
INITIAND    The subject of an initiation
FINEDRAW    To sew up so finely that the seam is not visible; to renter
TINTABLE    That can be tinted
IMIDOGEN    (organic chemistry) A nitrene
TOADLING    A young, immature, or miniature toad
TOMATINE    A toxic glycoalkaloid found in the stems and leaves of tomato plants, which has fungicidal properties
BADENITE    a mineral
TORELONS    TORELON: (physics) A particle-like flux loop in certain gauge theories
TOXIFERA    (u) same as Toxoglossa
AVIGATOS    plural of AVIGATO
TRENDLET    (informal) A minor or shortlived trend
FOVEATES    (anatomy/of a bone or organ) Having slight depressions or pits
HEMITONE    (music) A semitone
HATNOTES    HATNOTE: A short note placed at the top of an (Internet) article, normally to provide links to other similarly named articles or disambiguation pages
GAINSIDE    The side on which gain, increase, or prosperity is accrued; the upside
ANTOJITO    Any of various types of snack or appetizer in Mexican cuisine, such as a torta or pambazo
VERAZIDE    An antitubercular drug
ANTIGOUT    Countering gout
ANTIFLOW    (psychology) A mental state of boredom and lack of challenge, associated with performing activities one does not want to do
ANTIDRAG    being against performance in drag
ANNULOID    (zoology) Of or pertaining to the Annuloida
ANGELINO    A person from Los Angeles
GEOMATIC    Of or pertaining to geomatics
WINTLERS    WINTLER: who wintles (reels or staggers)
GREEDOID    (combinatorics) A particular type of set system
ALYAUNTE    (obsolete spelling of/alien)
YELDRINE    (noun) the yellow-hammer; -- called also yeldrock, and yoldrin
ALCOGENE    the vapor-cooler in a distilling apparatus
PANFORTE    A dense flat cake made with honey, hazelnuts, almonds, candied fruit, cocoa and spices; a speciality of Siena
OTOSTEAL    (anatomy) An auditory ossicle
OTOCONIA    OTOCONIUM: (anatomy) An (l/otolith) or (l/statolith)
DERDOING    (obsolete) Doing daring or chivalrous deeds
DANGLEST    (obsolete verb conjugation)
NONVIDEO    Not video
NITROKEG    A beer keg pressurised by nitrogen rather than carbon dioxide
QUIETAGE    (obsolete) quietness
DITHIOLE    (organic compound) An unsaturated five-membered heterocycle containing three carbon atoms, two sulfur atoms and one double bond
DOCOSANE    (organic compound) Any alkane having 22 carbon atoms, but especially ''n-docosane'' CH(CH)CH
DORETREE    (noun) a doorpost
DORMAUNT    (obsolete form of/dormant)
REIGNETH    (archaic third-person singular of/reign)
REJOINER    One who joins (an organisation, etc.) again
RIGOLETS    RIGOLET: (Southern US) a small stream
RUBEANIC    (inorganic chemistry) Of or pertaining to rubeanic acid or its derivatives
EDGEWARE    (software/computing) Computer  software that is noticeably cutting-edge, that is, significantly innovative, either by taking a totally new approach to a task or by creating a completely new class of application or completely new class of software
CAVOITES    CAVOITE: (mineral) An orthorhombic-dipyramidal colorless mineral containing calcium, manganese, oxygen, potassium, silicon, and vanadium
CAVITRON    a machine used by dentists to clean teeth
SEJOINED    (past of/sejoin)
LINARIAS    LINARIA: Any plant of the genus (taxlink/Linaria/genus) (as the toadflax)
ENTSUFON    A surface-active agent used in detergents, shampoos, etc
ETERNALL    (obsolete spelling of/eternal)
ETODOLAC    A nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug
BIONEERS    BIONEER: (neologism) A biological pioneer, an inventer of environmental solutions and biotechnology; a crafter of creative solutions to environmental and socio-cultural problems
JODELING    JODEL: To yodel
TAGATOSE    (carbohydrates) The ketohexose ''(3S,4S,5R)-1,3,4,5,6-pentahydroxy-hexan-2-one''; it is very sweet
IXIOLITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic mineral containing iron, manganese, niobium, oxygen, tantalum, and tin
TALEWISE    (rare/archaic) In the manner of a tale or story
IRREALIS    (grammar) Of a verb: inflected to indicate that an act or state of being is not a fact
TAXODONE    (organic compound) A diterpenoid found in ''Taxodium distichum'' (bald cypress), among others, that exhibits anticancer, antibacterial, antioxidant, antifungal, insecticide, and antifeedant properties
FENAMOLE    A nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug
INTERZOO    Between zoos (zoological gardens)
INSAFETY    (obsolete) insecurity; danger
TENUATES    TENUATE: (archaic) To make thin; to attenuate
INGRAVED    INGRAVE: (obsolete) To bury
THIOLASE    (enzyme) Any enzyme That catalyzes the removal of a thiol group
THIOLATE    (chemistry) any derivative of a thiol in which a metal atom replaces the hydrogen attached to sulfur  RSH => RSM
FIRETAIL    Any Australian finch of the genus ''Stagonopleura''
TILIDINE    (pharmaceutical drug) A particular narcotic painkiller
TIMEWAVE    In novelty theory, a graph of novelty plotted against time
IMGREITE    (mineralogy) A hexagonal-dihexagonal dipyramidal pale rose red mineral containing nickel and tellurium
TOEPRINT    The mark left by a human toe
TORIVING    TORIVE: (obsolete) To rive in pieces; rend
AZORITES    AZORITE: A white mineral crystallizing in minute octahedrons, occurring in albitic rock; according to Hayes, a columbate of lime. 
AVAILETH    (archaic third-person singular of/avail)
TRIAZIDE    (chemistry) Any compound containing three azide groups
TRIMERAN    (noun) one of the Trimera. Also used adjectively
AUTOMIZE    To automate or automatize
AUTOLOAD    (computing) To load automatically
AUTOJOIN    (Internet/IRC) A software feature that allows the user to join a channel automatically (either on first connecting to the server or after being kicked)
TUBIPORA    (noun) a genus of halcyonoids in which the skeleton, or coral (called organ-pipe coral), consists of a mass of parallel cylindrical tubes united at intervals by transverse plates. These corals are usually red or purple and form large masses. They are natives of the tropical parts of the Indian and Pacific Oceans
HELIAIRS    HELIAIR: A gas, a mixture of oxygen, nitrogen and helium, used in diving as an alternative to air
ARIONIDS    ARIONID: (zoology) Any member of the Arionidae
FUTANARI    (anime/manga) A genre of Japanese anime or manga featuring hermaphrodite characters, generally with female bodies plus a male phallus
VIOLOGEN    (organic chemistry) Any of a class of quaternary ammonium salts derived from 4,4'-bipyridine
ANNEXIVE    expressing annexation
ANNELIDA    a phylum of coelomate and usually elongated segmented invertebrates (as earthworms, various marine worms, and leeches) 
ANGURISE    to angurize
GREIGITE    (mineralogy) A magnetic form of iron sulfide, FeFeS, analogous to magnetite, produced by microorganisms and found in lake sediments; Note: half the iron ions are ferrous and half ferric
AMBONITE    a mineral consisting of cordierite-bearing hornblende-biotite
ALUNOGEN    (mineral) An aluminium sulfate mineral often found on the walls of mines and quarries
YEORLING    (noun) the European yellow-hammer
AILANTUS    (botany) Any member of the tree genus ''Ailanthus''
AGITATOS    AGITATO: (music) A tempo mark directing that a passage is to be played in a restless agitated style
OVERPAIR    (poker) A pocket pair of a higher rank than the community cards on the board
OXIDATOR    (obsolete) An oxidizer
OXIRANES    OXIRANE: (organic compound) A three-membered heterocycle having two carbon atoms and one oxygen atom; ethylene oxide
PAGODITE    (dated/mineralogy) agalmatolite
OUTENERS    OUTENER: (chiefly dialectal) A foreigner
PARACONE    (anatomy) A cusp in the corner of an upper molar tooth in mammals
DECIVOLT    one-tenth of a volt
ORALIZED    ORALIZE: to render oral; to make spoken
DAWNIEST    DAWNY: like or resembling the dawn
PINALITE    (mineralogy) An orthorhombic-dipyramidal mineral containing chlorine, lead, oxygen, and tungsten
NONLIARS    NONLIAR: One who is not a liar
NONDEATH    (chiefly  statistics) An outcome other than death; a survival
PLEURANT    A weeping figure used as an ornament on a tomb
CRINITAL    (adj) same as Crinite
POETLING    A young, immature, inexperienced, petty, or insignificant poet
NATISITE    (mineralogy) A tetragonal-ditetragonal dipyramidal mineral containing oxygen, silicon, sodium, and titanium
NAILCARE    The care and maintenance of the fingernails and toenails
MUROLENE    (organic compound) Any of a group of sesquiterpene hydrocarbons present in several essential oils
MONETITE    (mineralogy) A triclinic-pinacoidal mineral containing calcium, hydrogen, oxygen, and phosphorus
RATTINET    A woollen stuff thinner than ratteen
RAVATITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-sphenoidal mineral containing carbon and hydrogen
REJOLTED    REJOLT: (rare) To jolt or shake again
MIDWATER    The middle part of a body of water
DREAPING    DREAP: (Scotland) To lower oneself from a height and drop the remaining distance
DRIFTNET    (alternative spelling of/drift net)
RETEEING    RETEE: (golf) To place the ball back on the tee in preparation for another stroke
REVILETH    old third person singular form of REVILE
AERAULIC    Relating to the transmission of energy via pressurised air
CLAIRITE    (mineral) A triclinic yellow mineral containing hydrogen, hydrogen, iron, nitrogen, oxygen, and sulfur
ROASTERY    A place where meat, coffee, etc. is roasted
ROTAXANE    (chemistry) any complex of two molecules, one of which has the form of a ring, the other having the form of a rod, passing through the ring, and having end-groups too large to pass through the ring
CELETOID    (informal) A person who is famous for a brief time; a short-lived celebrity
LUTIDINE    (organic compound) Any of several dimethyl derivatives of pyridine, but especially ''2,6-dimethyl pyridine'' that occurs in coal tar
LUTECIAN    (mineralogy) Describing minerals containing lutecium
LOVEMATE    The person with whom one is mated in love; a lover or sweetheart
ENGARBED    ENGARB: to dress
SIHEYUAN    A traditional type of Chinese residence consisting of four houses with a courtyard in the middle; a Chinese quadrangle
ENNIATIN    (organic compound) Any of a class of organic compounds found in ''Fusarium'' fungi, appearing in nature as mixtures of cyclic depsipeptides
LAYERIER    LAYERY: formed in layers
LASERJET    (neologism) A laser printer
LAOJIAOS    LAOJIAO: A system of administrative detentions in the People's Republic of China in which penal labour is done for a small salary, generally used to detain people who have committed minor crimes
BOARDIER    BOARDY: stiff, like a board; not pliable
BILINITE    (mineral) A monoclinic-prismatic mineral containing hydrogen, iron, oxygen, and sulfur
BILEPTON    (physics) Any of a proposed form of gauge boson having a lepton number of two
FAGOMINE    (organic compound) The iminosugar ''1,5-imino-1,2,5-trideoxy-D-arabino-hexitol'' present in buckwheat and elsewhere in the form of a glycoside
BETALAIN    A class of red and yellow indole-derived water-soluble pigments found in beets and other plants of the Caryophyllales and used commercially as coloring agents
TALEBORE    TALEBEAR: To tell or spread tales
FAVOSITE    (zoology) Like or pertaining to the genus ''Favosites''
TAROGATO    (musical instruments) a reed instrument originating from Hungary
TATTOOEE    A person receiving a tattoo
BEGIRTED    BEGIRT: (obsolete) To surround or enclose
INSIDERY    Characteristic of an insider; especially, reflecting an insider perspective
INOCULAR    (zoology) Inserted in the corner of the eye, like the antenna of certain insects
INGRIEVE    (verb) to render more grievous; to aggravate
INDEGREE    (graph theory) The number of edges directed into a vertex in a directed graph
INDAMAGE    (archaic) To damage
TILIDATE    (pharmaceutical drug) A particular narcotic painkiller
TOEBOARD    (athletics) In throwing sports e.g. javelin and shot put, a board on the ground, over which the thrower must not step
TOUNKITE    (mineralogy) A hexagonal-trapezohedral mineral containing aluminum, calcium, chlorine, hydrogen, oxygen, potassium, silicon, sodium, and sulfur
AVENALIN    a crystalline globulin, contained in oat kernels, very similar in composition to excelsin, but different in reactions and crystalline form
TRIAMINE    (organic chemistry) Any compound having three amino groups
TRIARIUS    (military/ of Ancient Rome) A particular rank in the early Roman military
TRIOMINO    (geometry) A polyomino made up of three squares
AUTOBIOG    (informal) An autobiography
AUFEISES    AUFEIS: A layered mass of ice formed in temperatures below 0ºC., from the freezing of successive flows of ground water over the previously formed layers of ice
ABORSIVE    (obsolete) abortive from the first
TWEETIER    TWEETY: full of tweets; sounding like a bird's tweet
FORTREAD    (obsolete) To tread down; tread under foot; trample upon; crush; destroy by trampling
UNERODED    Not eroded
UNGRATED    Not grated
FREELAGE    (UK/ dialectal) Privilege; immunity; franchise; the freedom or privilege of a burgess in a corporation
ARSELONG    (UK/ dialectal) Backwards; on one's arse
UNMALTED    Not malted, ungerminated
URANATES    URANATE: (inorganic chemistry) Any of several oxyanions of uranium; any salt containing these anions
GADOLEIC    Of or pertaining to gadoleic acid or its derivatives
ANTOIKOI    (alternative spelling of/antœci)
VERGALOO    A valuable kind of pear, of an obovate shape and with melting flesh of delicious flavor; also called White Doyenne
ANTIMEAT    Opposing the use of meat as a foodstuff; stridently vegetarian or vegan
ANTIJOIN    (algebra) A type of join, denoted by (term/▷), such that ''R''▷''S'' yields only those tuples in ''R'' for which ''S'' has no corresponding tuple of the same value
ABIOGENY    (biology) abiogenesis
WEEABOOS    WEEABOO: (slang/derogatory) A white person who behaves or seeks to appear stereotypically Japanese
WETNURSE    (alternative spelling of/wet nurse) 
ANEUGENS    ANEUGEN: (genetics) Any aneugenic agent
ANADROME    A word which forms a different word when spelled backwards
GRAYITES    GRAYITE: (mineralogy) A hexagonal-trapezohedral mineral containing calcium, hydrogen, lead, oxygen, phosphorus, and thorium
XENOTITE    (mineralogy) A mineral that is a source of rare earth metals
ADMIRETH    old third person singular form of ADMIRE
ALOUATTE    A South American howler monkey
ALIENIZE    to make into an alien
ALCATOTE    (obsolete) a foolish oaf
AIKINITE    (mineral) A sulfide mineral of lead, copper and bismuth
DELICATA    (North America) An heirloom variety of winter squash, oblong in shape and having a cream-colored skin with green stripes
DELTIDIA    DELTIDIUM: (zoology) The triangular space under the beak of many brachiopod shells
DEPLIAGE    A surrealist method in which one removes the staples from a staple-bound magazine, making into one "page" what had previously been more or less widely-separated pages; the resulting "page" can either be kept as is or used as the basis for a collage
PEDOBEAR    (internet slang) A cartoon bear portrayed as pedophilic, typically featured in darkly humorous image macros
PENTAFID    (botany) Divided or cleft into five parts
PILIFERA    (u) same as Mammalia
NONALIEN    One who is not an alien
DIGITAIN    (noun) any one of several extracts of foxglove (Digitalis), as the "French extract," the "German extract," etc., which differ among themselves in composition and properties Digitain (noun) a supposedly distinct vegetable principle as the essential ingredient of the extracts. It is a white, crystalline substance, and is regarded as a glucoside
PONERINE    Of or relating to ants in the subfamily Ponerinae
NEURAXIS    (anatomy) The axis of the central nervous system; i.e. the spinal cord, rhombencephalon, mesencephalon and diencephalon
NANOBEAD    A nanosized bead
QUARTANE    (chemistry/obsolete) butane
RAINCAPE    A cape worn to protect the wearer from rain
DOTAGEST    (obsolete verb conjugation)
REMOTING    (computing/programming) A technology that allows a program to interact with the internals of another program running on a different machine
REREMAIN    (obsolete) A blow with the back of the hand
RESOUNED    RESOUN: to resound
MESONOTA    MESONOTUM: (zoology) The dorsal portion of the mesothorax of insects
CLINTIER    CLINTY: characterised by clints
EHRLEITE    (mineral) A triclinic-pinacoidal mineral containing beryllium, calcium, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, and zinc
SATYRION    (botany/obsolete) Any of several kinds of orchids
SAUTRIES    SAUTRIE: psaltery
MANDERIL    A mandrel
CERTAYNE    (archaic spelling of/certain)
CARVEOUT    The selling of a minority stake in a subsidiary by a parent company; a partial spinoff
LINTFREE    Free of lint
CAERULIN    cerulein
LEUCROTA    The offspring of a crocotta and a lion, supposed to be able to imitate the sound of a human voice
LEGIONRY    A body of legions; legions collectively
BUTONATE    An anthelminthic drug
LAIRISER    (Australia/slang/colloquial) A vulgar and flashy person
ETHIDENE    (obsolete) ethylidene
BORATOAN    (mineralogy) Describing minerals that contain trivalent borate BO anions
EUPHAEID    (zoology) Any member of the Euphaeidae
EUROZONE    (alternative capitalization of/Eurozone)
STAFADOR    an imposter
KETAGURI    (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker leaps aside at the tachiai and sweeps his opponent's front leg from the inside while slapping the shoulder or pulling the arm
BIVENTER    a muscle distinguished by two bellies or bulges
BIODATAS    BIODATA: biographical data
EXUNDATE    (obsolete) To overflow; to inundate
BIATRIAL    Having, or involving two atria, especially both atria of the heart
JACOLINE    (organic compound) An alkaloid found in ragwort (''Jacobaea vulgaris'')
TAILHEAD    The root of the tail, where it joins the rump, in cattle
BEMOATED    BEMOAT: to surround with a moat; to flood
IOPENTOL    A molecule used as a contrast medium
IONOGRAM    A display of the data produced by an ionosonde; a graph of the virtual height of the ionosphere plotted against frequency
INSULITE    (dated) An insulating material, usually some variety of compressed cellulose, made of sawdust, paper pulp, cotton waste, etc
INSEAING    INSEA: to enclose with the sea
BEDOTIID    (zoology) Any member of the Bedotiidae
INFUMATE    To dry by exposing to smoke; to expose to smoke
AGAONIDS    AGAONID: (zoology) Any member of the Agaonidae
INDOLINE    (organic compound) A bicyclic secondary amine consisting of a benzene ring fused to a pyrrolidine one
TONGUAGE    Any activity involving the tongue; tonguing
TORACING    TORACE: (obsolete) To tear apart, rend to pieces, rip up
AZOGREEN    a green dye with -N=N- azo structure as a chromophore
TREATURE    (obsolete) treatment
TRIPLINE    A concealed wire or string that sets off an alarm or activates a trap when tripped
AUTOLATE    to worship one's self
AUTOGRAT    (informal/rare/neologism) A gratuity automatically added to a bill
ASWOONED    (adverb) in a swoon
ASTERIAL    pertaining to the stars
UNDERAID    (obsolete) To aid clandestinely
HIBONITE    (mineralogy) A calcium aluminate mineral found in carbonaceous chondrite meteorites
HETARENE    (chemistry) any heteroarene
ADIATION    the act of adiating
HELIODON    A mechanical device, used in architecture,  for demonstrating the sun's motion relative to a building
UNRAINED    Not rained upon
ARETAICS    The ethical theory which excludes all relations between virtue and happiness; the science of virtue; contrasted with (term/eudemonics)
FROWNIER    FROWNY: (informal/or/childish) frowning
UTAHITES    UTAHITE: (mineralogy) A triclinic mineral containing copper, hydrogen, oxygen, tellurium, and zinc
GAFIATES    GAFIATE: To drop out of community activities, with the implication of "getting a life"
VELTFARE    (UK/dialect) A bird, the fieldfare
ANTIDOTS    ANTIDOT: (physics) A small, circular region of opposite charge or magnetization, especially one that is part of a semiconductor device
ANOILETH    ANOIL: (obsolete) To anoint with oil
GUIRLAND    (obsolete form of/garland)
ANAPAITE    (mineral) A triclinic-pinacoidal mineral containing calcium, hydrogen, iron, oxygen, and phosphorus
WISERITE    (mineralogy) A tetragonal-dipyramidal mineral containing boron, chlorine, hydrogen, manganese, and oxygen
WONESITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic mineral containing aluminum, fluorine, hydrogen, iron, magnesium, oxygen, potassium, silicon, and sodium
ALLOOEST    ALLOO: (Scotland) To allow
GLAUCINE    (organic compound) An alkaloid obtained from the plant ''Glaucium''
YOUTIAOS    YOUTIAO: A type of deep-fried dough stick
ZINTEROL    A particular beta-adrenergic agonist
OVERWITS    OVERWIT: (obsolete) To outwit
OXYAENID    (zoology) Any member of the Oxyaenidae
DELUGEST    second person familiar form of DELUGE (v.)
OUTSAVED    OUTSAVE: To save more money than
OUTHALED    OUTHALE: to exhale
OTORRHEA    (medicine) Discharge of fluid from an external ear
DEOILING    DEOIL: To remove oil from a material or from a surface
OROTATES    OROTATE: (chemistry) any salt or ester of orotic acid
ORMERING    (Channel Islands) The gathering ormers; ormer-collecting
PEDALIAN    Relating to the foot, or to a metrical foot; pedal
OINEMENT    (obsolete form of/ointment)
NOSELIFT    A rhinoplasty operation
NONLIVER    Not of or pertaining to the liver
PLEURITE    (noun) same as Pleuron
DIGNITIE    (obsolete spelling of/dignity)
NOBLEITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic mineral containing boron, calcium, hydrogen, and oxygen
NIHILATE    To encase in a shell of non-being
DIONINES    DIONINE: ethylmorphine
NERFLING    A small freshwater cyprinoid fish (''Leuciscus idus'' or ''Idus idus'')
NEGINOTH    (Noun) In Hebrew, direction for the musical accompaniment of a Psalm, which has been interpreted as "stringed instruments".
NAUCORID    (zoology) Any member of the Naucoridae
NARUTARD    (alternative spelling of/Narutard)
PRELAMIN    (protein) Any of a group of precursors of lamins
CORONALE    : the point of the coronal suture marking the greatest diameter of the frontal bone 
DIVINOUR    (rare spelling of/diviner)
RECEIUED    old spelling of RECEIVED
MINITOUR    A short, often informal, tour
METARULE    A rule that governs the application of other rules
REVILEST    second person familiar form of REVILE
DUBOISIA    (medicine/dated) duboisine
RINGFORT    An ancient circular fortification of earth or stone, found especially in Ireland
ROPEBAND    (nautical) A small piece of spun yarn or marline, used to fasten the head of the sail to the spar
MEANTONE    (music) A musical temperament that generates all non-octave intervals from a stack of tempered perfect fifths and, by choosing an appropriate size for major and minor thirds, tempers the syntonic comma to unison
EDUCATEE    Someone who is being educated
EEYORISH    gloomy; depressed
CANTONER    an inhabitant of a canton
LINEMODE    (computing) A mode of interaction with a remote server where all incoming text characters are printed to the current line, without the possibility of updating the text of previous lines
ENTOMERE    (biology) One of the more granular cells, which finally become internal, in many segmenting ova, such as those of mammals
LENTINAN    (carbohydrates) A glucan found in some mushrooms
LAWSONIA    (noun) an Asiatic and North African shrub (Lawsonia inermis), with smooth oval leaves, and fragrant white flowers. Henna is prepared from the leaves and twigs. In England the shrub is called Egyptian privet, and in the West Indies, Jamaica mignonette
LAUTITES    LAUTITE: (mineralogy) A mixed arsenide and sulfide of copper from Lauta near Marienberg, Saxony
EPIMERON    (noun) in crustaceans: The part of the side of a somite external to the basal joint of each appendage Epimeron (noun) in insects: The lateral piece behind the episternum
ERCITITE    (mineral) An orthorhombic-dipyramidal mineral containing calcium, hydrogen, iron, manganese, oxygen, phosphorus, and sodium
ERICINOL    (organic compound) A colourless oil (quickly becoming brown) with a pleasant odour, obtained by the decomposition of ericolin
ESCORTEE    One who is escorted
KOTENAGE    (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker wraps his arm around that of his opponent and, when it is locked near the elbow, turning away from him
ETHERIID    (zoology) Any member of the Etheriidae
BORATIAN    (mineralogy) Describing minerals that contain pentavalent borate BO anions
EUHEDRAL    (mineralogy) Having sharp, recognisable crystal faces
EURIPISE    to euripize
KENYAITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic white mineral containing hydrogen, oxygen, silicon, and sodium
EXICATOR    desiccator (laboratory equipment)
ADACTING    ADACT: to compel or drive
EXRADIOS    EXRADIO: (obsolete) Radon
SUGILITE    (mineralogy) A mineral with hexagonal crystals, often pink or purple but can have different colors, KNa(Fe,Mn,Al)LiSiO
BETONGUE    To assail with the tongue; flout; rally
ISONOMIA    (legal) the equality of all citizens before the law
INTRINSE    (obsolete/nonce) Tightly drawn; or (perhaps) intricate
INTRAGAP    (physics) Within a gap (in the structure of a semiconductor etc.)
TELECOIL    An induction loop designed to assist users of hearing aids
INSANERY    (very/rare) An (soplink/insane/asylum)
INROLLED    Incurved or rolled inwards
INRADIUS    (mathematics) the radius of the largest circle that will fit inside any given geometric shape, especially inside a regular polygon
TENOTOME    (surgery) A slender knife used for tenotomy
TENRECID    (zoology) Any member of the Tenrecidae
FIDAYEEN    FIDAYEE: A soldier or freedom fighter who is willing to die for their cause
INDANONE    (organic compound) Either of two isomeric ketones derived from indane
FIREPOLE    A fixed metal pole, installed in a multi-storey building or firehouse, that allows the occupants to quickly descend floors
IJOLITES    IJOLITE: (mineralogy) A rare igneous rock consisting essentially of nepheline and augite
TORMOGEN    (cytology) A specialized epidermal cell, in insects,  associated with a seta that secretes the cuticle of the socket and bounds the receptor lymph cavity
TORNATIL    made with a wheel
HYOIDEAL    hyoid
FLUORANE    (chemistry) Fluorine hydride or hydrogen fluoride, HF
AVOLATES    AVOLATE: (obsolete) To fly away; to escape
AVIDIOUS    (obsolete) avid; eager; greedy
TRIATOMA    (zoology) Any member of the genus ''Triatoma'' of assassin bugs
TRIFURAN    (organic chemistry) Any compound containing three furan rings
TRITANOL    Triphenylmethanol
FOORDITE    (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic brownish yellow mineral containing niobium, oxygen, tantalum, and tin
TUAMINES    TUAMINE: tuaminoheptane
AUGERING    (present participle of/auger)
HONESTIE    (archaic spelling of/honesty)
ABORDAGE    (archaic) Boarding a ship in an attack
UNBEWARE    (obsolete) unawares
UNJAILED    Not jailed; unincarcerated
ARGINENE    (misspelling of/arginine)
UROTOXIN    (biochemistry) any toxic substance that can be found in urine
VANADITE    (chemistry) Any salt or ester of vanadous acid
APNEUMIA    congenital absence of the lungs
VARIENTS    (plural of/varient)
VLOUTING    VLOUT: to flout
WAILMENT    (obsolete) Lamentation; loud weeping; wailing
GERANINE    (medicine/dated) An astringent obtained from the root of the ''Geranium maculatum'' or crane's-bill
AMONESTE    (verb) to admonish
GRAVIERA    A type of cheese used in Greek cuisine
AGRIFOOD    Food produced by agriculture
DEMITONE    (music) A semitone
ORPHEITE    (mineralogy) A trigonal-hexagonal scalenohedral mineral containing aluminum, hydrogen, lead, oxygen, phosphorus, and sulfur
ORCELITE    (mineralogy) A hexagonal-dihexagonal pyramidal orange white mineral containing arsenic and nickel
OPERANCE    The act of operating or working; operation
OPERADIC    (mathematics) Of or pertaining to operads
ONHANGER    That which, or one who, hangs on to, relies on, or is dependent upon another; a dependant
ONEHEADS    ONEHEAD: Oneness; unity
PELTIDIA    PELTIDIUM: (anatomy) A prodorsal shield in chelicerates
DESTINAL    (obsolete) Determined by destiny; fated
DESTREZA    A Spanish type of fencing
DETONIZE    (archaic) To explode, or cause to explode; to burn with an explosion; to detonate
NONSAVED    Not saved
NONRAPED    Not having been raped
NONCARER    One who is not a carer
CREOLEAN    a type of mixed language
DIONYSIA    The orgiastic Ancient Greek festivals seasonally held in honor of Dionysus, which evolved into Greek comedy and tragedy
NIAHITES    NIAHITE: (mineralogy) An orthorhombic-pyramidal mineral containing calcium, hydrogen, hydrogen, magnesium, manganese, nitrogen, oxygen, and phosphorus
NEOTENIN    A juvenile hormone, present in insects, which ensure growth of the larva, while preventing metamorphosis
POVIDONE    A powdered form of polyvinylpyrrolidone that is used as a dispersing and suspending agent in drugs
NANOHOLE    (physics) A hole of nanoscale dimensions; but especially one of an array of such holes on a semiconductor surface
MUREXOIN    (chemistry) A complex nitrogenous compound obtained as a scarlet crystalline substance, and regarded as related to murexide
MURENOID    (adj) like or pertaining to the genus Muraena, or family Muraenidae
PRORENAL    (anatomy) pronephric
PROTURAN    Any of many primitive insects, of the order ''Protura'', that lack eyes or wings
CONFIDEE    The person to whom one confides
CONDITED    CONDITE: (obsolete) To pickle; to preserve
DIXENITE    (mineral) A trigonal-pyramidal mineral containing arsenic, copper, hydrogen, iron, manganese, oxygen, and silicon
AEROCYST    An air vesicle
MIRATIVE    (grammar) a type of grammatical mood  that indicates unexpected revelations or new information
DRAGLIFT    A type of ski lift that pulls skiers up the slope
DRAILETH    old third person singular form of DRAIL
METULOID    (mycology) A cystidium which is not pointed at the end and has thick walls
MELENITE    picric acid used as an explosive
EATATHON    A charity event in which participants eat as much as possible
EAVEDROP    A drop falling from the eaves of a building; an eavesdrop
RUBIDINE    (organic compound) A nitrogenous base homologous with pyridine, obtained from coal tar as an oily liquid, CHN
LOSARTAN    An angiotensin receptor antagonist that shows antihypertensive activity
ENECATES    ENECATE: (obsolete/rare) To kill off; to destroy
LITHIATE    (obsolete),(chemistry) lithate
ENFASTEN    (rare/chiefly literary) To fasten, to bind tightly
CANTILED    CANTILE: cantle
LIFTOVER    The distance an item must be lifted in order to load it into a vehicle
LICORINE    (chemistry) A toxic crystalline alkaloid that inhibits protein synthesis, found in several plant species
LEVERMAN    Someone who controls a lever
LESIONAL    (pathology) Of, pertaining to, or accompanied by lesions
EPILAYER    The contact layer between a pair of epitaxial crystals
SNARFLED    SNARFLE: to make the noise of an animal (such as a pig) eating
BRENTIDS    BRENTID: (zoology) Any member of the Brentidae
ETERNIFY    (obsolete) To make eternal
BOSENTAN    A dual endothelin receptor antagonist important in the treatment of pulmonary artery hypertension
EUPLERID    (zoology) Any member of the Eupleridae
KANOITES    KANOITE: (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic mineral containing magnesium, manganese, oxygen, and silicon
BIFORINE    (botany) An oval sac or cell, found in the leaves of certain araceous plants, with an opening at each end through which raphides, generated inside, are discharged
BIEHLITE    (mineral) A monoclinic-prismatic white mineral containing antimony, arsenic, molybdenum, and oxygen
FAILOVER    (computing) A means for ensuring high availability of some critical resource (such as a computer system), involving a parallel, backup system which is kept running at all times so that, upon detected failure of the primary system, processing can be automatically shifted over to the backup
FAIRHOOD    (obsolete) fairness; beauty
ISOUREAS    (plural of/isourea)
TAPEZINE    A zine released on audio cassette, containing either voice recordings or computer data
FECALOID    Resembling excrement or faeces
TATUSIID    (noun) any armadillo of the family Tatusiidae, of which the peba and mule armadillo are examples. Also used adjectively
INTERRER    One who inters or buries
FERULATE    (chemistry) A salt or ester of ferulic acid
INDEEDIE    (alternative spelling of/indeedy)
FINARIES    (plural of/finary)
BASELOAD    The minimum load on a power station over a standard period
TIBOLONE    A synthetic steroid hormone drug used mainly in the treatment of endometriosis
BANEWORT    (botany) (taxlink/Atropa belladonna/species), deadly nightshade
TITERING    (present participle of/titer)
TOGRINDS    TOGRIND: (obsolete) To grind or break to pieces; crush
BAILIERY    The jurisdiction of a bailie
IDLETIES    IDLETY: idleness
ABRAIETH    ABRAY: (obsolete term) To awake
TOSUDITE    (mineralogy) An orthorhombic mineral containing aluminum, hydrogen, magnesium, oxygen, silicon, and sodium
TRIPOLAR    (physics) Having three poles
FOREIGNS    (plural of/foreign)
AGEYNEST    (rare spelling of/against)
FORGIVED    (nonstandard) (past of/forgive)
FORGNIDE    (obsolete) To break; break to pieces; shatter; destroy
TYRANNIE    (obsolete spelling of/tyranny)
FORSTAND    To stand against; oppose; withstand
UNDEAFEN    To free from deafness; to restore hearing to
HERNANIS    HERNANI: A thin silk or woollen material for women's dresses
HEPARINE    HEPARIN: (medicine/carbohydrates) A glycosaminoglycan, originally isolated from liver cells, now made synthetically for medical use, used as an anticoagulant
ARSEPANE    (organic compound) A saturated seven-membered heterocycle having six carbon atoms and one arsenic atom
ARROWLET    a small arrow
ARRIVEST    second person familiar form of ARRIVE
UNPIVOTS    UNPIVOT: (computing/databases) To convert columns into rows, so as to undo a pivot operation
ARABITOL    (carbohydrates) A sugar alcohol derived from the pentose arabinose
VADANTES    (u) an extensive artificial group of birds including the wading, swimming, and cursorial birds
VINTAGEY    (informal) Suggesting a vintage style
VODANIUM    (noun) a supposed element, afterward found to be a mixture of several metals, as copper, iron, lead, nickel, etc
ANTIBIRD    Countering birds
WARMLINE    A telephone line that provides assistance for people whose need is not urgent (a play on the meaning of hotline)
ANGURIZE    (verb) to augur
AMBIDENT    (chemistry) Describing a molecule or group that has two alternative and interacting reaction sites, to either of which a bond may be made during a reaction
YAGIITES    YAGIITE: (mineralogy) A hexagonal-dihexagonal dipyramidal colorless mineral containing aluminum, magnesium, oxygen, potassium, silicon, and sodium
YUKONITE    (mineralogy) An arsenate mineral
GLONOINE    (medicine/archaic) nitroglycerine when used medicinally
AIRBLOWN    (alternative spelling of/air-blown)
OVERMIND    (science fiction) The leading or controlling mind in a groupmind
OVERITES    OVERITE: (mineralogy) A form of segelerite in which the iron is replaced by aluminium
OUTVIETH    OUTVIE: To outdo a competitor or rival
PAINTERY    A place where paintings are done in bulk
DEMURITY    (archaic) demureness
PARATOSE    (carbohydrates) The deoxy sugar ''3,6-dideoxy-D-ribo-hexose''
DEBITIVE    (linguistics) Of or pertaining to the mood of a verb that expresses need or obligation (like English ''must'', ''have to'', ''should'')
DAWNTIME    The time of dawn
DAUGHIER    DAUGHY: like or resembling daugh (a soft clay-like substance)
OLIFANTS    OLIFANT: an old term for the elephant
OBRUTION    (geology) A rapid burial or smothering event
PHOTURIA    (obsolete/rare/medicine/specifically/ pathology) Luminous or phosphorescent urine
NOTELIKE    Resembling or characteristic of a note (musical tone)
NONURINE    Not of or pertaining to urine
NONHILAR    Not hilar
NITRIARY    An artificial bed of animal matter for the manufacture of nitre by nitrification
DIPROTON    A hypothetical particle consisting of two protons and no neutrons
NEREIDID    (zoology) Any member of the Nereididae
NEGROIZE    To convert or adapt to the ways or norms of negros
NEALITES    NEALITE: (mineralogy) A triclinic-pinacoidal mineral containing arsenic, chlorine, iron, lead, and oxygen
COSENAGE    The fact or practice of cozening; cheating, deception
CORONIAL    Of, by or pertaining to a coroner
CONGUERO    A musician who plays the conga drum
CONARION    (obsolete) pineal gland
RAVIOLOS    RAVIOLO: a single, large parcel of pasta with a filling, served with a sauce
MIRTRONS    MIRTRON: (genetics) A short, hairpin intron
REGIFTER    One who regifts
REGULOME    (biochemistry) The whole set of regulation components in a cell, tissue, organ, organism, and species, usually used in the context of a signal transduction. Regulation materials of cells vary much. Even water can be an important regulome entity
COLATURE    (obsolete) A strainer
COHENITE    (mineral) An orthorhombic-dipyramidal yellowish white mineral containing carbon, cobalt, iron, and nickel
REMAILER    a computerised email service that passes on the text of emails without identifying information, as a means of providing anonymous email
RERAPING    RERAPE: to rape again
COALITED    COALITE: (obsolete) To cause to unite or coalesce
CLAVINET    An electrophonic keyboard instrument, an electronically amplified clavichord with a distinctive bright staccato sound
RIXDALER    An old Dutch silver coin
RONDEAUS    RONDEAU: A fixed form of verse based on two rhyme sounds and consisting usually of 13 lines in three stanzas with the opening words of the first line of the first stanza used as an independent refrain after the second and third stanzas
ECBOLINE    (organic compound) An alkaloid constituting the active principle of ergot
SALVATOR    (obsolete) saviour
SAVEFILE    (computing) A file containing saved data
CHAOLITE    (chemistry) An allotrope of carbon (an extended polyyne) believed to form in meteorite impacts
ELINGUID    (obsolete) tongue-tied; dumb
CERTAMEN    a team competition in which contestants answer questions about classical history, culture, and mythology, and the Latin language
MAFENIDE    A particular kind of sulfonamide that is used to help treat severe burns
ACARYOTE    akaryocyte
EMAILEES    EMAILEE: someone who received an email
SEKITORI    (sumo) a rikishi, or rank juryo and above, who draws a salary
LUESHITE    (mineralogy) An orthorhombic-disphenoidal mineral containing niobium, oxygen, and sodium
ENDOLOUR    (rare) Render dolorous; cause to be tormented by grief; aggrieve to profound sorrow
LISURIDE    A certain antiparkinsonian drug
SIROHAEM    A heme-like prosthetic group used by some enzymes to accomplish the six-electron reduction of sulfur and nitrogen
LIFERENT    (Scotland/legal) The right to receive for life the benefits of a property or other asset, without the right to dispose of it
ENTOMBER    One who entombs
ENVIGORS    ENVIGOR: (obsolete) To invigorate
BULERIAS    A fast flamenco dance
LARDRIES    LARDRY: (obsolete) A larder
SOIGNEUR    (cycling) A non-riding member of a team whose role is to provide support for the riders, possibly including transportation and supplies
ESENTIAL    (noun) existence; being Esential (noun) that which is essential; first or constituent principle; as, the essentials or religion
BOYLEITE    (mineral) A monoclinic-prismatic white mineral containing hydrogen, magnesium, oxygen, sulfur, and zinc
EUTOPIES    EUTOPY: (medicine) The condition of being properly placed, as opposed to ectopy
EXONEREE    One who is exonerated
EXURGENT    (obsolete) Arising; coming to light
BIGONIAL    relating to the distance between the points at the angle of the lower jaw on each side
FAHLEITE    (mineral) An orthorhombic mineral containing arsenic, calcium, hydrogen, iron, oxygen, and zinc
BETWINED    BETWINE: To twine together; entwine
JARGONIC    Of or pertaining to the mineral jargon
IRRUMATE    To practice irrumation; to insert the penis violently into another's mouth
FEBANTEL    A certain anthelmintic drug

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