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e : 80.23%

n : 70.62%

r : 48.02%

c : 44.07%

i : 43.50%

a : 40.68%

s : 33.33%

l : 32.77%

o : 32.77%

t : 29.38%

b : 22.03%

h : 18.64%

m : 15.82%

p : 11.86%

g : 10.17%

w : 9.60%

y : 7.34%

f : 5.08%

v : 2.82%

q : 2.26%

z : 1.69%

j : 1.13%

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background

background

Adjective

  1. Less important in a scene.

Noun

  1. One's social heritage, or previous life; what one did in the past.
  2. A part of the picture that depicts scenery to the rear or behind the main subject; context.
  3. Information relevant to the current situation about past events; history.
  4. A less important feature of scenery (as opposed to foreground).
  5. The image or color over which a computer's desktop items are shown (e.g. icons or application windows).
  6. A type of activity on a computer that is not normally visible to the user.

Verb

  1. To put in a position that is not prominent.

backhauled

bankrupted

betuckered

bivouacked

blackguard

blackguard

Noun

  1. A scoundrel; an unprincipled contemptible person; an untrustworthy person.

Verb

  1. To revile or abuse in scurrilous language.

boundbrook

buckboards

buckhounds

budennovsk

bulkheaded

bulkheaded

Adjective

  1. Furnished with a bulkhead or bulkheads.

bullnecked

burckhardt

chaukidari

chutzpadik

chutzpadik

Adjective

  1. showing chutzpah; not showing due respect; impudent; impertinent; brazen

coldturkey

cuckolding

cuckoldize

cuckoldize

Verb

  1. To cuckold.

cuckoomaid

debunkment

deckhouses

diaskeuast

dislikeful

dislikeful

Adjective

  1. Unpleasant; disagreeable.

doughmaker

doukhobors

drumsticks

drunkeness

drunkeries

duckboards

duckfooted

duikerboks

duikerbuck

dukkeripen

dumbstruck

dumbstruck

Adjective

  1. so shocked as to be unable to speak

dunderfunk

dunderfunk

Noun

  1. ship's biscuit broken up, mixed with molasses etc. and baked

flunkeydom

flunkeydom

Noun

  1. The state of a being a flunkey

flunkyhood

groundwork

groundwork

Noun

  1. The foundation; the basic or fundamental parts that support or allow for the rest.

grubstaked

guidebooks

guidebooky

houndshark

huckstered

humankinds

humpbacked

iskenderun

junkdealer

kedushshah

keelhauled

kellupweed

kenduskeag

kettledrum

keypunched

khidmutgar

kingdomful

klendusity

klendusity

Noun

  1. resistance to infection

klendusive

krugerrand

kummerbund

leukocidic

leukocidin

leukocidin

Noun

  1. A type of cytotoxin created by some types of bacteria.

leukoderma

leukoderma

Noun

  1. An acquired cutaneous condition with localized loss of pigmentation of the skin.

lunkheaded

lunkheaded

Adjective

  1. obtuse; foolish; idiotic

medusalike

medusalike

Adjective

  1. Resembling or characteristic of the mythical Medusa.

mockground

muckmidden

muckmidden

Noun

  1. A dunghill.

mudskipper

mudskipper

Noun

  1. Any of various gobies of the subfamily that are able to survive out of water by breathing through their skins and having strong pectoral fins that act as simple legs.

neudeckian

nontrunked

numskulled

outflanked

outskipped

outthanked

outtinkled

outtricked

parbuckled

puckneedle

puddlelike

quakerbird

quakerbird

Noun

  1. the sooty albatross

quicksands

quicksandy

quicksandy

Adjective

  1. quicksandlike

radiumlike

rudderlike

rudderlike

Adjective

  1. Resembling or characteristic of a rudder.

sackdoudle

shroudlike

shroudlike

Adjective

  1. Resembling or characteristic of a shroud.

skiapodous

soundtrack

studebaker

subkingdom

subkingdom

Noun

  1. A taxonomic category below kingdom and above superphylum.
  2. A kingdom that is part of another kingdom, ruled by a subking.

sundaylike

sundaylike

Adjective

  1. Resembling a Sunday or some aspect of one, especially the religious observances and abstinence from work of the Christian Sabbath.

trackhound

truckloads

twinkledum

unattacked

unattacked

Adjective

  1. Not having been attacked.

unawakened

unawakened

Adjective

  1. Not awakened; sleeping; unconscious; unaware.

unbackward

unbeckoned

unbeckoned

Adjective

  1. Without having been beckoned.

unbedecked

unbedecked

Adjective

  1. Not bedecked.

unbickered

unbirdlike

unbirdlike

Adjective

  1. Not birdlike.

unbodkined

unbodylike

unbuskined

uncankered

uncankered

Adjective

  1. Not cankered.

uncasketed

uncrinkled

uncrinkled

Adjective

  1. Not crinkled.

undamasked

undarkened

undarkened

Adjective

  1. Not darkened.

underbaked

underclerk

undercloak

undercooks

underfrock

underfrock

Noun

  1. An underslip worn beneath a dress.

undermaker

underskirt

underskirt

Noun

  1. A skirt worn underneath another skirt; a petticoat.
  2. An under layer of a multi-layer gown over which outer skirts are draped.

understock

understock

Verb

  1. To stock with an insufficient amount.

Noun

  1. The rootstock onto which the scion is grafted.

undertaken

undertaker

undertaker

Noun

  1. A funeral director; someone whose business is to manage funerals, burials and cremations
  2. A person receiving land in Ireland during the Elizabethan era, so named because they gave an undertaking to abide by several conditions regarding marriage, to be loyal to the crown, and to use English as their spoken language.
  3. One who undertakes or commits to doing something.

undertakes

underthink

underthink

Verb

  1. To give insufficient thought or consideration to; fail to consider adequately.

undertrick

undertrick

Noun

  1. A trick that declarer does not win, causing the contract to go down.

undertruck

undisliked

undocketed

undocketed

Adjective

  1. Not docketed.

undovelike

undrinking

unembanked

unfreckled

unfreckled

Adjective

  1. Not freckled; without freckles.

unhoodwink

unimbanked

unjacketed

unjacketed

Adjective

  1. Not jacketed

unkenneled

unkenneled

Adjective

  1. Not kenneled.

unkidnaped

unkindlier

unkindlily

unkindling

unkindness

unkindness

Noun

  1. The state or quality of being unkind.
  2. An unkind act.
  3. The collective noun for ravens

unknighted

unknighted

Adjective

  1. Not knighted.

unkoshered

unkoshered

Adjective

  1. Not koshered.

unlackeyed

unladylike

unladylike

Adjective

  1. Not ladylike; ill-mannered.

unmarketed

unmarketed

Adjective

  1. Not marketed.

unmimicked

unnapkined

unnickeled

unpackaged

unpackaged

Adjective

  1. Not packaged.

unpicketed

unpicketed

Adjective

  1. Not picketed.

unpocketed

unpocketed

Adjective

  1. Without pockets.
  2. Not having been pocketed.

unprickled

unprovoked

unprovoked

Adjective

  1. Happening without provocation or motivation

unpuckered

unreckoned

unreckoned

Adjective

  1. Not reckoned; not counted or measured.

unremarked

unremarked

Adjective

  1. Not the subject of any remark
  2. Not remarked or noticed; unnoticed.

unshackled

unsickened

unsickened

Adjective

  1. Not sickened; healthy.