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English 10 letter words - Containing letter k - page 1

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i : 62.28%

a : 57.05%

r : 55.30%

n : 50.88%

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l : 44.34%

o : 43.66%

c : 40.78%

t : 40.72%

h : 25.27%

u : 23.46%

m : 22.69%

b : 22.51%

d : 20.94%

g : 19.45%

p : 17.97%

w : 14.58%

y : 12.80%

f : 8.73%

v : 5.82%

j : 2.41%

z : 2.02%

q : 1.10%

x : 0.36%

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absarokite

adirondack

adirondack

Noun

  1. A member of an Algonquin people that lived along the Ottawa River in Ontario and Quebec.

Proper noun

  1. The Adirondacks

afrikander

afterdecks

aftershock

ahepatokla

ahorseback

ahorseback

Adverb

  1. On the back of a horse; horseback.

aitutakian

akanekunik

akaniaceae

akenobeite

akhundzada

akolouthia

akoulalion

akroterial

akroterion

aktiebolag

aktistetae

aktivismus

aktyubinsk

alanbrooke

alarmclock

aldoketene

aleukaemic

aleukaemic

Adjective

  1. Relating to aleukaemia.

alikulufan

alkahestic

alkalamide

alkalamide

Noun

  1. One of a series of compounds that may be regarded as ammonia in which a part of the hydrogen has been replaced by basic, and another part by acid, atoms or radicals.

alkalified

alkalifies

alkalinise

alkalinity

alkalinity

Noun

  1. The state of being, or the degree to which a thing is, alkaline.

alkalinize

alkalinize

Verb

  1. To convert, or be converted, to an alkali

alkalising

alkalizate

alkalizate

Adjective

  1. Alkaline.

alkalizing

alkaloidal

alkaloidal

Adjective

  1. Of or pertaining to alkaloids.

alkalurops

alkatively

alkylamine

alkylamine

Noun

  1. Any aliphatic amine

alkylamino

alkylamino

Noun

  1. A group or radical containing both an alkyl and an amino group

alkylating

alkylation

alkylation

Noun

  1. Any reaction in which an alkyl group is added to a molecule; used in the production of high-octane petroleum fuels.

alkylidene

alkylidene

Noun

  1. Any of a class of divalent functional groups derived from an alkane by removal of two hydrogen atoms from the same carbon atom, the free valencies being part of a double bond - R2C=

allokurtic

almondlike

almondlike

Adjective

  1. Resembling an almond or some aspect of one.

alpenstock

alpenstock

Noun

  1. a stout adjustable walking stick with a metal point, used by mountain climbers and walkers in hilly or uneven terrain

amberjacks

ambushlike

amoebalike

amoebalike

Adjective

  1. Having the characteristics of an amoeba.

amphitokal

amvrakikos

anakinesis

anakinetic

anakrousis

anankastic

anankastic

Adjective

  1. Imperative, as in the Huitink Analyzing anankastic conditionals and sufficiency modals
  2. Characterised by compulsion; obsessive-compulsive.

anchorlike

anchorlike

Adjective

  1. Resembling an anchor.

andreyevka

androkinin

animallike

anisokonia

ankaramite

anklebones

ankylomele

ankylosaur

ankylosaur

Noun

  1. an ankylosaurus

ankylosing

ankylotome

ankylotomy

antalkalis

antihijack

antikamnia

antikinase

antiknocks

antimasker

antistrike

antistrike

Adjective

  1. Opposed to a strike (industrial action).

apickaback

applejacks

arakawaite

archipenko

archjockey

archmocker

archworker

arrenotoky

arsenicked

arsmetrike

artichokes

artinskian

artinskian

Proper noun

  1. A subdivision of the Permian period.

ashkenazic

ashkenazic

Adjective

  1. Of or relating to the Ashkenazi Jews.

ashkenazim

assapanick

asterisked

asteriskos

athabaskan

athapaskan

atikokania

attackable

attackable

Adjective

  1. which may be attacked

auchinleck

aufklarung

autarkical

autarkical

Adjective

  1. Autarkic.

autarkikal

autokinesy

autokrator

awakenable

awakenings

awakenment

awakenment

Noun

  1. An awakening.

awkwardest

awkwardish

awkwardish

Adjective

  1. Somewhat awkward.

axebreaker

backaching

backarrows

backberand

backberend

backbiters

backbiting

backbitten

backblocks

backboards

backdating

backfatter

backfields

backfilled

backfiller

backfiring

backfiring

Noun

  1. A failure that leads to further misfortune.

backfriend

backfriend

Noun

  1. A false friend; a secret enemy.
  2. A friend at one's back; a backer; one who does his best for another; a supporter.
  3. A hangnail.

backfurrow

backgammon

backgeared

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.

backhanded

backhander

backhauled

backhooker

backhouses

backiebird

backlashed

backlashed

Adjective

  1. Having a backlash.

backlasher

backlasher

Noun

  1. A participant in a backlash

backlashes

backliding

backlogged

backlogged

Adjective

  1. Having an excessive list of tasks to do, especially tasks that should have already been performed.

backlotter

backpacked

backpacker

backpacker

Noun

  1. A traveler whose luggage consists of a backpack; especially, such a traveler who uses hostels, public transport, and other inexpensive services.

backplanes

backrushes

backsheesh

backslided

backslider

backslider

Noun

  1. A recidivist; one who backslides, especially in a religious sense; an apostate.

backslides

backspaced

backspacer

backspacer

Noun

  1. A mechanism in a typewriter that controls backspacing.

backspaces

backsplice

backspread

backstairs

backstitch

backstitch

Noun

  1. A type of sewing stitch where the stitch goes backwards on the top side of the fabric and doubles forward on the bottom, coming out farther in front, then repeats. The backstitch is a very tight and secure stitch, and also looks very neat.

Verb

  1. To sew with a backstitch.

backstreet

backstring