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e : 92.65%

i : 70.60%

r : 58.13%

a : 41.20%

o : 40.98%

n : 36.30%

l : 33.85%

u : 24.72%

t : 24.72%

c : 16.48%

p : 12.03%

h : 9.80%

g : 8.69%

m : 8.46%

w : 7.80%

y : 7.35%

b : 6.24%

f : 2.90%

k : 2.67%

z : 2.00%

j : 0.22%

x : 0.22%

q : 0.22%

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aardwolves

adamsville

addictives

adenovirus

adhesively

adhesively

Adverb

  1. In an adhesive manner; by adhesion.

adjectives

adsorptive

adsorptive

Adjective

  1. Pertaining to, tending toward, or characterized by adsorption.

advantages

adventists

adventures

adverbless

adverbless

Adjective

  1. Without an adverb or adverbs.

adversaria

advertised

advertisee

advertisee

Noun

  1. One who views or reads an advertisement; the target of advertising.

advertiser

advertiser

Noun

  1. One who advertises.

advertises

advertizes

advisatory

advisatory

Adjective

  1. Advisory.

advisement

advisement

Noun

  1. Consideration or deliberation.
  2. Advice, counsel.

advisories

advisorily

advocacies

advocatess

advocatess

Noun

  1. A female advocate.

advowsance

aestivated

affidavits

alviducous

ashvamedha

ashvamedha

Proper noun

  1. One of the most important Vedic sacrificial rituals, and name of the Rigvedic hymns 1.162-163 which deal with horse sacrifice.

audivision

avidiously

avidiously

Adverb

  1. eagerly; greedily.

avidnesses

avoidances

avoidupois

avowedness

avowedness

Noun

  1. The state or quality of being avowed.

basinerved

bedswerver

bedswerver

Noun

  1. One who is unfaithful to the marriage vow.

belvederes

beshivered

bevesseled

bondsville

boulevards

bravadoism

broadwives

budennovsk

cadaverous

cadaverous

Adjective

  1. Corpselike; hinting of death; imitating a cadaver.

calvadoses

cavalcades

codevelops

corrosived

credensive

curdsville

curvedness

curvedness

Noun

  1. The property of being curved.

daredevils

daugavpils

daugavpils

Proper noun

  1. A city in Latvia on the Western Dvina (Daugava) river.

davenports

davisville

deatsville

decisively

decisively

Adverb

  1. In a decisive manner.

deedsville

deersville

defectives

defervesce

defervesce

Verb

  1. To experience an abatement or resolution of fever.

degressive

deliverers

deliveress

deliveress

Noun

  1. A female deliverer.

deliveries

delusively

delusively

Adverb

  1. In a delusive or deluded manner.

demisavage

depositive

depressive

derisively

derisively

Adverb

  1. In a derisive manner; demeaningly, mockingly.

derivatist

dervishism

descensive

descensive

Adjective

  1. Tending to descend or move downward; descending.

deservedly

deservedly

Adverb

  1. In a way or to a degree that is deserved or merited.

deservings

desilvered

desolative

detectives

devaluates

devastated

devastated

Adjective

  1. Ruined, ravaged.
  2. Extremely upset and shocked.

devastates

devastator

devastator

Noun

  1. one who devastates.

devastavit

devastavit

Noun

  1. Waste or misapplication of the assets of a deceased person by an executor or administrator; devastation.
  2. In full, writ of devastavit: a writ issued against an executor or administrator claiming compensation for such misapplication of assets.

developers

developist

developpes

deviancies

deviascope

deviations

devilishly

devilishly

Adverb

  1. In a devilish manner.

devilments

deviltries

devitalise

devocalise

devonshire

devonshire

Proper noun

  1. The former (pre-1974) name for the county of Devon, England.

devoteeism

devoutless

devoutless

Adjective

  1. Destitute of devotion.

devoutness

devoutness

Noun

  1. The state or quality of being devout.

dichlorvos

dichlorvos

Noun

  1. A highly volatile organophosphate, 2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl phosphate (DDVP), widely used as a fumigant to control household pests and to protect stored product from insects.

digressive

digressive

Adjective

  1. Marked by digression; rambling

directives

disadvance

disadvance

Verb

  1. To draw back, pull back.

disadvised

disapprove

disapprove

Verb

  1. To condemn; consider wrong or inappropriate.
  2. To refuse to approve; reject.
  3. To have or express an unfavorable opinion.

disavaunce

disavaunce

Verb

  1. To retard; to repel; to do damage to.

disavowals

disavowing

disbelieve

disbelieve

Verb

  1. To not believe; to exercise disbelief.
  2. To actively deny (a statement, opinion or perception).
  3. To cease to believe.

disclosive

disclosive

Adjective

  1. Relating to disclosure.

discovered

discoverer

discoverer

Noun

  1. One who discovers; the person who discovered something.

discretive

discretive

Adjective

  1. Marking distinction or separation; disjunctive.

discursive

discursive

Adjective

  1. Tending to digress from the main point; rambling.
  2. Using reason and argument rather than intuition.

discussive

discussive

Noun

  1. A medicine that discusses or disperses morbid humours; a discutient.

Adjective

  1. Able or tending to discuss, or disperse, tumors or coagulated matter.
  2. Doubt-dispelling; decisive.

disdeceive

disenslave

disenslave

Verb

  1. To free from slavery.

disenvelop

disfavored

disfavored

Adjective

  1. Not favored

disfavorer

disgaveled

disgracive

disgracive

Adjective

  1. Causing disgrace.

disheveled

disimprove

disimprove

Verb

  1. to make worse
  2. to deteriorate

disinvolve

disinvolve

Verb

  1. To uncover; to unfold or unroll; to disentangle.

disleaving

dismissive

dismissive

Adjective

  1. Showing disregard, indicating rejection, serving to dismiss.

dispansive

dispensive

dispersive

dispersive

Adjective

  1. That becomes dispersed
  2. That causes dispersion

disportive

disprovide

disprovide

Verb

  1. Not to provide; to fail to provide.

disproving

disruptive

disruptive

Adjective

  1. Causing disruption or unrest.
  2. Causing major change, as in a market.

dissective

dissentive

dissentive

Adjective

  1. disagreeing; inconsistent

disservice

disservice

Noun

  1. ill office
  2. detriment, loss
  3. harm, damage
  4. An ill turn or injury.

disserving

dissevered

dissolvent

dissolvent

Adjective

  1. Capable of dissolution into a fluid.
  2. Having power to dissolve a solid body.

Noun

  1. A substance which can dissolve or be dissolved into a liquid.

dissolving

dissolving

Noun

  1. The act by which something dissolves.

dissuasive

dissuasive

Adjective

  1. Tending to dissuade, or divert form a measure or purpose; dehortatory.

Noun

  1. That which dissuades; a disincentive.

distensive

distensive

Adjective

  1. distending, or capable of being distended

distortive

distortive

Adjective

  1. Causing distortion.

disvaluing

disvantage

disventure

disventure

Noun

  1. A disadventure.

diversions

divestible

divestible

Adjective

  1. Capable of being divested.

divestment

divestment

Noun

  1. The sale or other disposal of some kind of asset.

dividendus

divineness

divineness

Noun

  1. The quality of being divine; divinity.

divineress

divineress

Noun

  1. A female diviner.

divinising

divinister

divinistre

divinistre

Noun

  1. A diviner.