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QB64 Spell Checker by Steve McNeill
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QB64 Spell Checker

Author: @SMcNeill
Source: qb64.org Forum
URL: https://www.qb64.org/forum/index.php?topic=1587.0
Version: 1
Tags: [Text], [Spelling]

Description:
Input a sentence and the program will find spelling mistakes and offer alternatives from a 20,000 dictionary.

Source Code:
Code: QB64: [Select]
  1. DEFLNG A-Z
  2. REDIM SpellingWord(0) AS STRING
  3.  
  4. InitializeSpellchecker
  5.     LINE INPUT "Give me a sentence ="; sentence$
  6.     IF sentence$ = "" THEN SYSTEM
  7.     bad = CheckSentence(sentence$, bad$)
  8.     IF bad THEN
  9.         PRINT "There were"; -bad; " mistakes found.  They were:"
  10.         PRINT bad$
  11.     ELSE
  12.         PRINT "Sentence good!"
  13.     END IF
  14.  
  15.  
  16. SUB InitializeSpellchecker
  17.     SHARED SpellingWord$
  18.     SHARED SpellingWord() AS STRING
  19.     PRINT "Initializing spelling lists.  Be patient a moment."
  20.     SpellingWord$ = CHR$(10)
  21.     DO
  22.         READ W$
  23.         W$ = UCASE$(W$)
  24.         IF W$ = "XDONE" THEN EXIT DO
  25.         counter = counter + 1
  26.         REDIM _PRESERVE SpellingWord(counter) AS STRING
  27.         SpellingWord(counter) = W$
  28.         SpellingWord$ = SpellingWord$ + CHR$(10) + W$ + CHR$(13)
  29.     LOOP
  30.  
  31.  
  32.     PRINT "Spelling lists ready."
  33.     PRINT
  34.     PRINT
  35.  
  36.  
  37.  
  38. FUNCTION CheckSentence (sent$, bad$)
  39.     SHARED SpellingWord$
  40.     SHARED SpellingWord() AS STRING
  41.     REDIM suggestion(0) AS STRING
  42.     REDIM percent(0) AS INTEGER
  43.     DIM result AS SINGLE
  44.  
  45.     text$ = LTRIM$(RTRIM$(sent$)) + " "
  46.     FOR i = 1 TO LEN(text$)
  47.         x = ASC(UCASE$(text$), i)
  48.         IF x > 64 AND x < 92 OR x = 39 THEN text1$ = text1$ + MID$(text$, i, 1) ELSE text1$ = text1$ + " "
  49.     NEXT
  50.     text$ = LTRIM$(RTRIM$(text1$)) + " "
  51.  
  52.     bad = 0 'It's not bad to start with
  53.     bad$ = "" 'not bad string to start with either
  54.  
  55.     DO UNTIL finished
  56.         l = INSTR(l + 1, text$, " ")
  57.         IF l > 0 THEN
  58.             word$ = MID$(text$, oldl, l - oldl): oldl = l + 1
  59.             IF LEN(word$) < 2 THEN
  60.                 'Word too small to check, we still count it as good
  61.             ELSE
  62.                 IF INSTR(SpellingWord$, CHR$(10) + UCASE$(word$) + CHR$(13)) THEN
  63.                     'It's in there!, that's a valid word!
  64.                 ELSE
  65.                     s = 0: bad = bad - 1
  66.                     wl = LEN(word$)
  67.                     FOR i = 1 TO UBOUND(SpellingWord)
  68.                         IF wl > LEN(SpellingWord(i)) * .8 AND wl < LEN(SpellingWord(i)) * 1.2 THEN 'no need to check words too short or too long to generate a positive result
  69.                             result = SpellCheck(word$, SpellingWord(i))
  70.                             IF result < -80 THEN
  71.                                 s = s + 1
  72.                                 REDIM _PRESERVE suggestion(s)
  73.                                 REDIM _PRESERVE percent(s)
  74.                                 suggestion(s) = SpellingWord(i)
  75.                                 percent(s) = result
  76.                             END IF
  77.                         END IF
  78.                     NEXT
  79.                     bad$ = bad$ + word$ + " -- " + STR$(s) + " SUGGESTIONS: "
  80.                     FOR i = 1 TO s
  81.                         bad$ = bad$ + suggestion(i) '+ "(" + STR$(-percent(i)) + ")"           'Unremark this line if we want to see the percentage match we generated
  82.                         IF i <> s THEN bad$ = bad$ + ", "
  83.                     NEXT
  84.                     bad$ = bad$ + CHR$(10) 'a simple linux file ending for easy parsing later
  85.                 END IF
  86.             END IF
  87.         ELSE
  88.             finished = -1
  89.         END IF
  90.  
  91.     LOOP
  92.     CheckSentence = bad
  93.  
  94. FUNCTION SpellCheck (useranswer$, answer$)
  95.     IF useranswer$ = answer$ THEN SpellCheck = 100: EXIT FUNCTION 'It's a perfect match
  96.  
  97.     DIM alphabit(26), useralphabit(26)
  98.     FOR j = 0 TO 26: alphabit(j) = 0: useralphabit(j) = 0: NEXT
  99.     FOR j = 1 TO LEN(answer$)
  100.         x = ASC(UCASE$(MID$(answer$, j, 1)))
  101.         IF x = 39 THEN alphabit(0) = alphabit(0) + 1: length = length + 1
  102.         IF x > 64 AND x < 91 THEN ' we have letters to check the spell checker against!
  103.             alphabit(x - 64) = alphabit(x - 64) + 1
  104.             length = length + 1
  105.         END IF
  106.     NEXT
  107.     FOR j = 1 TO LEN(useranswer$)
  108.         x = ASC(UCASE$(MID$(useranswer$, j, 1)))
  109.         IF x = 39 THEN useralphabit(0) = useralphabit(0) + 1
  110.         IF x > 64 AND x < 91 THEN useralphabit(x - 64) = useralphabit(x - 64) + 1
  111.     NEXT
  112.     wordright = 0: wordwrong = 0
  113.     FOR j = 0 TO 26
  114.         IF alphabit(j) <= useralphabit(j) THEN
  115.             wordright = wordright + alphabit(j)
  116.             wordwrong = wordwrong + useralphabit(j) - alphabit(j)
  117.         ELSE
  118.             wordright = wordright + useralphabit(j)
  119.         END IF
  120.     NEXT
  121.     IF LEN(useranswer$) <= 6 THEN
  122.         SpellCheck = -wordright / length * 100
  123.     ELSE
  124.         SpellCheck = -(ABS(wordright - wordwrong / 2) / length * 100)
  125.     END IF
  126.     IF wordwrong >= wordright THEN SpellCheck = 0 'If we get more letters wrong than we did right, count it bad.
  127.  
  128.  
  129. DATA "10th","1st","2nd","3rd","4th","5th","6th","7th","8th","9th","a","a&m","a&p","a's","aaa","aaas","aarhus","aaron","aau","aba"
  130. DATA "ababa","aback","abacus","abalone","abandon","abase","abash","abate","abater","abbas","abbe","abbey","abbot","abbott","abbreviate","abc","abdicate","abdomen","abdominal","abduct"
  131. DATA "abe","abed","abel","abelian","abelson","aberdeen","abernathy","aberrant","aberrate","abet","abetted","abetting","abeyance","abeyant","abhorred","abhorrent","abide","abidjan","abigail","abject"
  132. DATA "ablate","ablaze","able","ablution","abner","abnormal","abo","aboard","abode","abolish","abolition","abominable","abominate","aboriginal","aborigine","aborning","abort","abound","about","above"
  133. DATA "aboveboard","aboveground","abovementioned","abrade","abraham","abram","abramson","abrasion","abrasive","abreact","abreast","abridge","abridgment","abroad","abrogate","abrupt","abscess","abscissa","abscissae","absence"
  134. DATA "absent","absentee","absenteeism","absentia","absentminded","absinthe","absolute","absolution","absolve","absorb","absorbent","absorption","absorptive","abstain","abstention","abstinent","abstract","abstracter","abstractor","abstruse"
  135. DATA "absurd","abuilding","abundant","abusable","abuse","abusive","abut","abutted","abutting","abysmal","abyss","abyssinia","ac","academe","academia","academic","academician","academy","acadia","acanthus"
  136. DATA "acapulco","accede","accelerate","accelerometer","accent","accentual","accentuate","accept","acceptant","acceptor","access","accessible","accession","accessory","accident","accidental","accipiter","acclaim","acclamation","acclimate"
  137. DATA "accolade","accommodate","accompaniment","accompanist","accompany","accomplice","accomplish","accord","accordant","accordion","accost","account","accountant","accra","accredit","accreditate","accreditation","accretion","accrual","accrue"
  138. DATA "acculturate","accumulate","accuracy","accurate","accusation","accusative","accusatory","accuse","accustom","ace","acerbic","acerbity","acetate","acetic","acetone","acetylene","ache","achieve","achilles","aching"
  139. DATA "achromatic","acid","acidic","acidulous","ackerman","ackley","acknowledge","acknowledgeable","acm","acme","acolyte","acorn","acoustic","acquaint","acquaintance","acquiesce","acquiescent","acquire","acquisition","acquisitive"
  140. DATA "acquit","acquittal","acquitting","acre","acreage","acrid","acrimonious","acrimony","acrobacy","acrobat","acrobatic","acronym","acropolis","across","acrylate","acrylic","acs","act","actaeon","actinic"
  141. DATA "actinide","actinium","actinolite","actinometer","activate","activation","activism","acton","actor","actress","acts","actual","actuarial","actuate","acuity","acumen","acute","acyclic","ad","ada"
  142. DATA "adage","adagio","adair","adam","adamant","adams","adamson","adapt","adaptation","adaptive","add","added","addend","addenda","addendum","addict","addis","addison","addition","additional"
  143. DATA "additive","addle","address","addressee","addressograph","adduce","adelaide","adele","adelia","aden","adenine","adenoma","adenosine","adept","adequacy","adequate","adhere","adherent","adhesion","adhesive"
  144. DATA "adiabatic","adieu","adipic","adirondack","adjacent","adject","adjectival","adjective","adjoin","adjoint","adjourn","adjudge","adjudicate","adjunct","adjust","adjutant","adkins","adler","administer","administrable"
  145. DATA "administrate","administratrix","admiral","admiralty","admiration","admire","admissible","admission","admit","admittance","admitted","admitting","admix","admixture","admonish","admonition","ado","adobe","adolescent","adolph"
  146. DATA "adolphus","adonis","adopt","adoption","adoptive","adore","adorn","adposition","adrenal","adrenaline","adrian","adriatic","adrienne","adrift","adroit","adsorb","adsorbate","adsorption","adsorptive","adulate"
  147. DATA "adult","adulterate","adulterous","adultery","adulthood","advance","advantage","advantageous","advent","adventitious","adventure","adventurous","adverb","adverbial","adversary","adverse","advert","advertise","advice","advisable"
  148. DATA "advise","advisee","advisor","advisory","advocacy","advocate","aegean","aegis","aeneas","aeneid","aeolian","aeolus","aerate","aerial","aerobacter","aerobic","aerodynamic","aerogene","aeronautic","aerosol"
  149. DATA "aerospace","aeschylus","aesthete","aesthetic","afar","affable","affair","affect","affectate","affectation","affectionate","afferent","affiance","affidavit","affiliate","affine","affinity","affirm","affirmation","affirmative"
  150. DATA "affix","afflict","affluence","affluent","afford","afforest","afforestation","affricate","affront","afghan","afghanistan","aficionado","afield","afire","aflame","afloat","afoot","aforementioned","aforesaid","aforethought"
  151. DATA "afoul","afraid","afresh","africa","afro","aft","aftereffect","afterglow","afterimage","afterlife","aftermath","afternoon","afterthought","afterward","afterword","again","against","agamemnon","agate","agatha"
  152. DATA "agave","age","agee","agenda","agent","agglomerate","agglutinate","agglutinin","aggravate","aggregate","aggression","aggressive","aggressor","aggrieve","aghast","agile","aging","agitate","agleam","agnes"
  153. DATA "agnew","agnomen","agnostic","ago","agone","agony","agouti","agrarian","agree","agreeable","agreed","agreeing","agribusiness","agricola","agricultural","agriculture","agrimony","ague","agway","ah"
  154. DATA "ahead","ahem","ahmadabad","ahmedabad","ahoy","aid","aida","aide","aides","aiken","ail","ailanthus","aile","aileen","aileron","aim","ain't","ainu","air","airborne"
  155. DATA "aircraft","airdrop","airedale","aires","airfare","airfield","airflow","airfoil","airframe","airlift","airline","airlock","airmail","airman","airmass","airmen","airpark","airplane","airport","airspace"
  156. DATA "airspeed","airstrip","airtight","airway","airy","aisle","aitken","ajar","ajax","ak","akers","akin","akron","al","ala","alabama","alabamian","alabaster","alacrity","alai"
  157. DATA "alameda","alamo","alan","alarm","alaska","alb","alba","albacore","albania","albanian","albany","albatross","albeit","alberich","albert","alberta","alberto","albrecht","albright","album"
  158. DATA "albumin","albuquerque","alcestis","alchemy","alcmena","alcoa","alcohol","alcoholic","alcoholism","alcott","alcove","aldebaran","aldehyde","alden","alder","alderman","aldermen","aldrich","aldrin","ale"
  159. DATA "alec","aleck","aleph","alert","alewife","alex","alexander","alexandra","alexandre","alexandria","alexei","alexis","alfalfa","alfonso","alfred","alfredo","alfresco","alga","algae","algaecide"
  160. DATA "algal","algebra","algebraic","algenib","alger","algeria","algerian","algiers","alginate","algol","algonquin","algorithm","algorithmic","alhambra","ali","alia","alias","alibi","alice","alicia"
  161. DATA "alien","alienate","alight","align","alike","alimony","aliphatic","aliquot","alison","alistair","alive","alizarin","alkali","alkaline","alkaloid","alkane","alkene","all","allah","allan"
  162. DATA "allay","allegate","allegation","allege","allegheny","allegiant","allegoric","allegory","allegra","allegro","allele","allemand","allen","allentown","allergic","allergy","alleviate","alley","alleyway","alliance"
  163. DATA "allied","alligator","allis","allison","alliterate","allocable","allocate","allot","allotropic","allotted","allotting","allow","allowance","alloy","allspice","allstate","allude","allure","allusion","allusive"
  164. DATA "alluvial","alluvium","ally","allyl","allyn","alma","almaden","almagest","almanac","almighty","almond","almost","aloe","aloft","aloha","alone","along","alongside","aloof","aloud"
  165. DATA "alp","alpenstock","alpert","alpha","alphabet","alphabetic","alphameric","alphanumeric","alpheratz","alphonse","alpine","alps","already","alsatian","also","alsop","altair","altar","alter","alterate"
  166. DATA "alteration","altercate","alterman","altern","alternate","althea","although","altimeter","altitude","alto","altogether","alton","altruism","altruist","alum","alumina","aluminate","alumna","alumnae","alumni"
  167. DATA "alumnus","alundum","alva","alvarez","alveolar","alveoli","alveolus","alvin","alway","always","alyssum","am","ama","amadeus","amalgam","amalgamate","amanita","amanuensis","amaranth","amarillo"
  168. DATA "amass","amateur","amateurish","amatory","amaze","amazon","ambassador","amber","ambiance","ambidextrous","ambient","ambiguity","ambiguous","ambition","ambitious","ambivalent","amble","ambling","ambrose","ambrosia"
  169. DATA "ambrosial","ambulant","ambulate","ambulatory","ambuscade","ambush","amelia","ameliorate","amen","amend","amende","amerada","america","american","americana","americanism","americium","ames","ameslan","amethyst"
  170. DATA "amethystine","amherst","ami","amicable","amid","amide","amidst","amigo","amino","aminobenzoic","amiss","amity","amman","ammerman","ammeter","ammo","ammonia","ammoniac","ammonium","ammunition"
  171. DATA "amnesia","amoco","amoeba","amoebae","amok","among","amongst","amoral","amorous","amorphous","amort","amos","amount","amp","amperage","ampere","ampersand","ampex","amphetamine","amphibian"
  172. DATA "amphibious","amphibole","amphibology","amphioxis","ample","amplifier","amplify","amplitude","amply","amputate","amputee","amra","amsterdam","amtrak","amulet","amuse","amy","amygdaloid","an","ana"
  173. DATA "anabaptist","anabel","anachronism","anachronistic","anaconda","anaerobic","anaglyph","anagram","anaheim","analeptic","analgesic","analogous","analogue","analogy","analyses","analysis","analyst","analytic","anamorphic","anaplasmosis"
  174. DATA "anarch","anarchic","anarchy","anastasia","anastigmat","anastigmatic","anastomosis","anastomotic","anathema","anatole","anatomic","anatomy","ancestor","ancestral","ancestry","anchor","anchorage","anchorite","anchoritism","anchovy"
  175. DATA "ancient","ancillary","and","andean","andersen","anderson","andes","andesine","andesite","andiron","andorra","andover","andre","andrea","andrei","andrew","andrews","andromache","andromeda","andy"
  176. DATA "anecdotal","anecdote","anemone","anent","anew","angel","angela","angeles","angelfish","angelic","angelica","angelina","angeline","angelo","anger","angie","angiosperm","angle","angles","anglican"
  177. DATA "anglicanism","angling","anglo","anglophobia","angola","angora","angry","angst","angstrom","anguish","angular","angus","anharmonic","anheuser","anhydride","anhydrite","anhydrous","ani","aniline","animadversion"
  178. DATA "animadvert","animal","animate","animism","animosity","anion","anionic","anise","aniseikonic","anisotropic","anisotropy","anita","ankara","ankle","ann","anna","annal","annale","annalen","annals"
  179. DATA "annapolis","anne","anneal","annette","annex","annie","annihilate","anniversary","annotate","announce","annoy","annoyance","annual","annuity","annul","annular","annuli","annulled","annulling","annulus"
  180. DATA "annum","annunciate","anode","anodic","anomalous","anomaly","anomie","anonymity","anonymous","anorexia","anorthic","anorthite","anorthosite","another","anselm","anselmo","ansi","answer","ant","antacid"
  181. DATA "antaeus","antagonism","antagonist","antagonistic","antarctic","antarctica","antares","ante","anteater","antebellum","antecedent","antedate","antelope","antenna","antennae","anterior","anteroom","anthem","anther","anthology"
  182. DATA "anthony","anthracite","anthracnose","anthropogenic","anthropology","anthropomorphic","anthropomorphism","anti","antic","anticipate","anticipatory","antietam","antigen","antigone","antigorite","antimony","antioch","antipasto","antipathy","antiperspirant"
  183. DATA "antiphonal","antipode","antipodean","antipodes","antiquarian","antiquary","antiquated","antique","antiquity","antisemite","antisemitic","antisemitism","antithetic","antler","antoine","antoinette","anton","antonio","antony","antonym"
  184. DATA "antwerp","anus","anvil","anxiety","anxious","any","anybody","anybody'd","anyhow","anyone","anyplace","anything","anyway","anywhere","aorta","apace","apache","apart","apartheid","apathetic"
  185. DATA "apathy","apatite","ape","aperiodic","aperture","apex","aphasia","aphasic","aphelion","aphid","aphorism","aphrodite","apices","apiece","aplomb","apocalypse","apocalyptic","apocrypha","apocryphal","apogee"
  186. DATA "apollo","apollonian","apologetic","apologia","apology","apostate","apostle","apostolic","apostrophe","apothecary","apothegm","apotheosis","appalachia","appall","appanage","apparatus","apparel","apparent","apparition","appeal"
  187. DATA "appear","appearance","appeasable","appease","appellant","appellate","append","appendage","appendices","appendix","apperception","appertain","appetite","appian","applaud","applause","apple","appleby","applejack","appleton"
  188. DATA "appliance","applicable","applicant","applicate","application","applied","applique","apply","appoint","appointe","appointee","apport","apportion","apposite","apposition","appraisal","appraise","appreciable","appreciate","apprehend"
  189. DATA "apprehension","apprehensive","apprentice","apprise","approach","approbation","appropriable","appropriate","approval","approve","approximable","approximant","approximate","apr","apricot","april","apron","apropos","aps","apse"
  190. DATA "apt","aptitude","aqua","aquarium","aquarius","aquatic","aqueduct","aqueous","aquila","aquinas","ar","arab","arabesque","arabia","arabic","araby","arachne","arachnid","arbiter","arbitrage"
  191. DATA "arbitrary","arbitrate","arboreal","arboretum","arbutus","arc","arcade","arcadia","arcana","arcane","arccos","arccosine","arch","archae","archaic","archaism","archangel","archbishop","archdiocese","archenemy"
  192. DATA "archer","archery","archetype","archetypical","archfool","archibald","archimedes","arching","archipelago","architect","architectonic","architectural","architecture","archival","archive","arcing","arclength","arcsin","arcsine","arctan"
  193. DATA "arctangent","arctic","arcturus","arden","ardency","ardent","arduous","are","area","areaway","areawide","aren't","arena","arenaceous","arequipa","ares","argentina","argillaceous","arginine","argive"
  194. DATA "argo","argon","argonaut","argonne","argot","argue","argument","argumentation","argumentative","argus","arhat","ariadne","arianism","arid","aries","arise","arisen","aristocracy","aristocrat","aristocratic"
  195. DATA "aristotelean","aristotelian","aristotle","arithmetic","arizona","ark","arkansan","arkansas","arlen","arlene","arlington","arm","armada","armadillo","armageddon","armament","armata","armature","armchair","armco"
  196. DATA "armenia","armenian","armful","armhole","armillaria","armistice","armload","armoire","armonk","armour","armpit","armstrong","army","arnold","aroma","aromatic","arose","around","arousal","arouse"
  197. DATA "arpa","arpeggio","arrack","arragon","arraign","arrange","arrangeable","array","arrear","arrest","arrhenius","arrival","arrive","arrogant","arrogate","arrow","arrowhead","arrowroot","arroyo","arsenal"
  198. DATA "arsenate","arsenic","arsenide","arsine","arson","art","artemis","artemisia","arterial","arteriole","arteriolosclerosis","arteriosclerosis","artery","artful","arthritis","arthur","artichoke","article","articulate","articulatory"
  199. DATA "artie","artifact","artifice","artificial","artillery","artisan","artistry","arturo","artwork","arty","aruba","arum","aryl","as","asbestos","ascend","ascendant","ascension","ascent","ascertain"
  200. DATA "ascetic","asceticism","ascomycetes","ascribe","ascription","aseptic","asexual","ash","ashame","ashamed","ashen","asher","asheville","ashland","ashley","ashman","ashmen","ashmolean","ashore","ashtray"
  201. DATA "ashy","asia","asiatic","aside","asilomar","asinine","ask","askance","askew","asleep","asocial","asparagine","asparagus","aspartic","aspect","aspen","asperity","aspersion","asphalt","aspheric"
  202. DATA "asphyxiate","aspidistra","aspirant","aspirate","aspire","aspirin","asplenium","ass","assai","assail","assailant","assam","assassin","assassinate","assault","assay","assemblage","assemble","assent","assert"
  203. DATA "assess","assessor","asset","assiduity","assiduous","assign","assignation","assignee","assimilable","assimilate","assist","assistant","associable","associate","assonant","assort","assuage","assume","assumption","assurance"
  204. DATA "assure","assyria","assyriology","astarte","astatine","aster","asteria","asterisk","asteroid","asteroidal","asthma","astigmat","astigmatic","astigmatism","astm","astonish","astor","astoria","astound","astraddle"
  205. DATA "astral","astray","astride","astringent","astrology","astronaut","astronautic","astronomer","astronomic","astronomy","astrophysical","astrophysicist","astrophysics","astute","asuncion","asunder","asylum","asymmetry","asymptote","asymptotic"
  206. DATA "asynchronous","asynchrony","at","at&t","atalanta","atavism","atavistic","atchison","ate","athabascan","atheism","atheist","athena","athenian","athens","athlete","athletic","athwart","atkins","atkinson"
  207. DATA "atlanta","atlantes","atlantic","atlantica","atlantis","atlas","atmosphere","atmospheric","atom","atomic","atonal","atone","atop","atreus","atrium","atrocious","atrocity","atrophic","atrophy","atropos"
  208. DATA "attach","attache","attack","attain","attainder","attempt","attend","attendant","attendee","attention","attentive","attenuate","attest","attestation","attic","attica","attire","attitude","attitudinal","attorney"
  209. DATA "attract","attribute","attribution","attributive","attrition","attune","atwater","atwood","atypic","auberge","aubrey","auburn","auckland","auction","auctioneer","audacious","audacity","audible","audience","audio"
  210. DATA "audiotape","audiovisual","audit","audition","auditor","auditorium","auditory","audrey","audubon","auerbach","aug","augean","augend","auger","augite","augment","augmentation","augur","august","augusta"
  211. DATA "augustan","augustine","augustus","auk","aunt","auntie","aura","aural","aurelius","aureomycin","auric","auriga","aurochs","aurora","auschwitz","auspices","auspicious","austenite","austere","austin"
  212. DATA "australia","australis","australite","austria","authentic","authenticate","author","authoritarian","authoritative","autism","autistic","auto","autobiography","autoclave","autocollimate","autocorrelate","autocracy","autocrat","autocratic","autograph"
  213. DATA "automat","automata","automate","automatic","automaton","automobile","automorphic","automorphism","automotive","autonomic","autonomous","autonomy","autopsy","autosuggestible","autotransformer","autumn","autumnal","auxiliary","avail","avalanche"
  214. DATA "avarice","avaricious","ave","avenge","aventine","avenue","aver","average","averred","averring","averse","aversion","avert","avertive","avery","avesta","aviary","aviate","aviatrix","avid"
  215. DATA "avionic","avis","aviv","avocado","avocate","avocation","avocet","avogadro","avoid","avoidance","avon","avow","avowal","avuncular","await","awake","awaken","award","aware","awash"
  216. DATA "away","awe","awesome","awful","awhile","awkward","awl","awn","awoke","awry","ax","axe","axes","axial","axiology","axiom","axiomatic","axis","axisymmetric","axle"
  217. DATA "axolotl","axon","aye","ayers","aylesbury","az","azalea","azerbaijan","azimuth","azimuthal","aztec","aztecan","azure","b","b's","babbitt","babble","babcock","babe","babel"
  218. DATA "baboon","baby","babyhood","babylon","babylonian","babysat","babysit","babysitter","babysitting","baccalaureate","baccarat","bacchus","bach","bachelor","bacilli","bacillus","back","backboard","backbone","backdrop"
  219. DATA "backfill","backgammon","background","backhand","backlash","backlog","backorder","backpack","backplane","backplate","backscatter","backside","backspace","backstage","backstitch","backstop","backtrack","backup","backward","backwater"
  220. DATA "backwood","backyard","bacon","bacteria","bacterial","bacterium","bad","bade","baden","badge","badinage","badland","badminton","baffin","baffle","bag","bagatelle","bagel","baggage","bagging"
  221. DATA "baggy","baghdad","bagley","bagpipe","bah","bahama","bahrein","bail","bailey","bailiff","bainite","baird","bait","bake","bakelite","bakersfield","bakery","bakhtiari","baklava","baku"
  222. DATA "balance","balboa","balcony","bald","baldpate","baldwin","baldy","bale","baleen","baleful","balfour","bali","balinese","balk","balkan","balky","ball","ballad","ballard","ballast"
  223. DATA "balled","ballerina","ballet","balletic","balletomane","ballfield","balloon","ballot","ballroom","ballyhoo","balm","balmy","balsa","balsam","baltic","baltimore","baltimorean","balustrade","balzac","bam"
  224. DATA "bamako","bamberger","bambi","bamboo","ban","banach","banal","banana","banbury","band","bandage","bandgap","bandit","bandpass","bandstand","bandstop","bandwagon","bandwidth","bandy","bane"
  225. DATA "baneberry","baneful","bang","bangkok","bangladesh","bangle","bangor","bangui","banish","banister","banjo","bank","bankrupt","bankruptcy","banks","banquet","banshee","bantam","banter","bantu"
  226. DATA "bantus","baptism","baptismal","baptist","baptiste","baptistery","bar","barb","barbados","barbara","barbarian","barbaric","barbarism","barbarous","barbecue","barbell","barber","barberry","barbital","barbiturate"
  227. DATA "barbour","barbudo","barcelona","barclay","bard","bare","barefaced","barefoot","barfly","bargain","barge","baritone","barium","bark","barkeep","barley","barlow","barn","barnabas","barnacle"
  228. DATA "barnard","barnes","barnet","barnett","barney","barnhard","barnstorm","barnyard","barometer","baron","baroness","baronet","baronial","barony","baroque","barr","barrack","barracuda","barrage","barre"
  229. DATA "barrel","barren","barrett","barrette","barricade","barrier","barrington","barrow","barry","barrymore","barstow","bart","bartend","bartender","barter","barth","bartholomew","bartlett","bartok","barton"
  230. DATA "barycentric","basal","basalt","base","baseball","baseband","baseboard","basel","baseline","baseman","basemen","baseplate","basepoint","bash","bashaw","bashful","basic","basidiomycetes","basil","basilar"
  231. DATA "basilisk","basin","basis","bask","basket","basketball","basophilic","bass","bassett","bassi","bassinet","basso","basswood","bastard","baste","bastion","bat","batavia","batch","batchelder"
  232. DATA "bate","bateau","bateman","bater","bates","bath","bathe","bathos","bathrobe","bathroom","bathtub","bathurst","batik","baton","bator","batt","battalion","battelle","batten","battery"
  233. DATA "battle","battlefield","battlefront","battleground","batwing","bauble","baud","baudelaire","bauer","bauhaus","bausch","bauxite","bavaria","bawd","bawdy","bawl","baxter","bay","bayberry","bayda"
  234. DATA "bayed","bayesian","baylor","bayonet","bayonne","bayou","bayport","bayreuth","bazaar","be","beach","beachcomb","beachhead","beacon","bead","beadle","beady","beak","beam","bean"
  235. DATA "bear","bearberry","beard","beardsley","bearish","beast","beastie","beat","beaten","beater","beatific","beatify","beatitude","beatnik","beatrice","beau","beaujolais","beaumont","beauregard","beauteous"
  236. DATA "beautiful","beautify","beauty","beaux","beaver","bebop","becalm","became","because","bechtel","beck","becker","becket","beckman","beckon","becky","becloud","become","bed","bedazzle"
  237. DATA "bedbug","bedevil","bedfast","bedford","bedim","bedimmed","bedimming","bedlam","bedpost","bedraggle","bedridden","bedrock","bedroom","bedside","bedspread","bedspring","bedstraw","bedtime","bee","beebe"
  238. DATA "beebread","beech","beecham","beechwood","beef","beefsteak","beefy","beehive","been","beep","beer","beet","beethoven","beetle","befall","befallen","befell","befit","befitting","befog"
  239. DATA "befogging","before","beforehand","befoul","befuddle","beg","began","beget","begetting","beggar","beggary","begging","begin","beginner","beginning","begonia","begotten","begrudge","beguile","begun"
  240. DATA "behalf","behave","behavioral","behead","beheld","behest","behind","behold","beige","beijing","being","beirut","bel","bela","belate","belch","belfast","belfry","belgian","belgium"
  241. DATA "belgrade","belie","belief","belies","believe","belittle","bell","bella","belladonna","bellamy","bellatrix","bellboy","belle","bellflower","bellhop","bellicose","belligerent","bellingham","bellini","bellman"
  242. DATA "bellmen","bellow","bellum","bellwether","belly","bellyache","bellyfull","belmont","beloit","belong","belove","below","belshazzar","belt","beltsville","belvedere","belvidere","belying","bema","bemadden"
  243. DATA "beman","bemoan","bemuse","ben","bench","benchmark","bend","bender","bendix","beneath","benedict","benedictine","benediction","benedikt","benefactor","benefice","beneficent","beneficial","beneficiary","benefit"
  244. DATA "benelux","benevolent","bengal","bengali","benight","benign","benjamin","bennett","bennington","benny","benson","bent","bentham","benthic","bentley","benton","benz","benzedrine","benzene","beograd"
  245. DATA "beowulf","beplaster","bequeath","bequest","berate","berea","bereave","bereft","berenices","beresford","beret","berg","bergamot","bergen","bergland","berglund","bergman","bergson","bergstrom","beribbon"
  246. DATA "beriberi","berkeley","berkelium","berkowitz","berkshire","berlin","berlioz","berlitz","berman","bermuda","bern","bernadine","bernard","bernardino","bernardo","berne","bernet","bernhard","bernice","bernie"
  247. DATA "berniece","bernini","bernoulli","bernstein","berra","berry","berserk","bert","berth","bertha","bertie","bertram","bertrand","berwick","beryl","beryllium","beseech","beset","besetting","beside"
  248. DATA "besiege","besmirch","besotted","bespeak","bespectacled","bespoke","bess","bessel","bessemer","bessie","best","bestial","bestir","bestirring","bestow","bestowal","bestseller","bestselling","bestubble","bet"
  249. DATA "beta","betatron","betel","betelgeuse","beth","bethel","bethesda","bethlehem","bethought","betide","betoken","betony","betray","betrayal","betrayer","betroth","betrothal","betsey","betsy","bette"
  250. DATA "bettor","betty","between","betwixt","bevel","beverage","beverly","bevy","bewail","beware","bewhisker","bewilder","bewitch","bey","beyond","bezel","bhoy","bhutan","bialystok","bianco"
  251. DATA "bias","biaxial","bib","bibb","bible","biblical","bibliography","bibliophile","bicameral","bicarbonate","bicentennial","bicep","biceps","bichromate","bicker","biconcave","biconnected","bicycle","bid","biddable"
  252. DATA "bidden","biddy","bide","bidiagonal","bidirectional","bien","biennial","biennium","bifocal","bifurcate","big","bigelow","biggs","bigot","bigotry","biharmonic","bijection","bijective","bijouterie","bike"
  253. DATA "bikini","bilabial","bilateral","bilayer","bile","bilge","bilharziasis","bilinear","bilingual","bilk","bill","billboard","billet","billfold","billiard","billie","billiken","billings","billion","billionth"
  254. DATA "billow","billy","biltmore","bimetallic","bimetallism","bimini","bimodal","bimolecular","bimonthly","bin","binary","binaural","bind","bindery","bindle","bindweed","bing","binge","bingham","binghamton"
  255. DATA "bingle","bini","binocular","binomial","binuclear","biochemic","biography","biology","biometrika","biometry","biopsy","biota","biotic","biotite","bipartisan","bipartite","biplane","bipolar","biracial","birch"
  256. DATA "bird","birdbath","birdie","birdlike","birdseed","birdwatch","birefringent","birgit","birmingham","birth","birthday","birthplace","birthright","biscuit","bisect","bisexual","bishop","bishopric","bismarck","bismark"
  257. DATA "bismuth","bison","bisque","bissau","bistable","bistate","bit","bitch","bite","bitnet","bitt","bitten","bittern","bitternut","bitterroot","bittersweet","bitumen","bituminous","bitwise","bivalve"
  258. DATA "bivariate","bivouac","biz","bizarre","bizet","blab","black","blackball","blackberry","blackbird","blackboard","blackbody","blackburn","blacken","blackfeet","blackjack","blackmail","blackman","blackout","blacksmith"
  259. DATA "blackstone","blackwell","bladder","bladdernut","bladderwort","blade","blaine","blair","blake","blame","blameworthy","blanc","blanch","blanchard","blanche","bland","blandish","blank","blanket","blare"
  260. DATA "blaspheme","blasphemous","blasphemy","blast","blastula","blat","blatant","blather","blatz","blaze","blazon","bleach","bleak","bleary","bleat","bled","bleed","bleeker","blemish","blend"
  261. DATA "blenheim","bless","blest","blew","blight","blimp","blind","blindfold","blink","blinn","blip","bliss","blissful","blister","blithe","blitz","blizzard","bloat","blob","bloc"
  262. DATA "bloch","block","blockade","blockage","blockhouse","blocky","bloke","blomberg","blomquist","blond","blonde","blood","bloodbath","bloodhound","bloodline","bloodroot","bloodshed","bloodshot","bloodstain","bloodstone"
  263. DATA "bloodstream","bloody","bloom","bloomfield","bloomington","bloop","blossom","blot","blotch","blouse","blow","blowback","blowfish","blown","blowup","blubber","bludgeon","blue","blueback","blueberry"
  264. DATA "bluebill","bluebird","bluebonnet","bluebook","bluebush","bluefish","bluegill","bluegrass","bluejacket","blueprint","bluestocking","bluet","bluff","bluish","blum","blumenthal","blunder","blunt","blur","blurb"
  265. DATA "blurry","blurt","blush","bluster","blustery","blutwurst","blvd","blythe","bmw","boa","boar","board","boardinghouse","boast","boastful","boat","boathouse","boatload","boatman","boatmen"
  266. DATA "boatswain","boatyard","bob","bobbie","bobbin","bobble","bobby","bobcat","bobolink","boca","bock","bocklogged","bode","bodhisattva","bodice","bodied","bodleian","body","bodybuild","bodybuilder"
  267. DATA "bodybuilding","bodyguard","boeing","boeotia","boeotian","bog","bogey","bogeymen","bogging","boggle","boggy","bogota","bogus","bogy","bohemia","bohr","boil","bois","boise","boisterous"
  268. DATA "bold","boldface","bole","boletus","bolivar","bolivia","bolo","bologna","bolometer","bolshevik","bolshevism","bolshevist","bolshoi","bolster","bolt","bolton","boltzmann","bomb","bombard","bombast"
  269. DATA "bombastic","bombay","bombproof","bon","bona","bonanza","bonaparte","bonaventure","bond","bondage","bondholder","bondsman","bondsmen","bone","bonfire","bong","bongo","boniface","bonito","bonn"
  270. DATA "bonnet","bonneville","bonnie","bonus","bony","bonze","boo","booby","boogie","book","bookbind","bookcase","bookend","bookie","bookish","bookkeep","booklet","bookmobile","bookplate","bookseller"
  271. DATA "bookshelf","bookshelves","bookstore","booky","boolean","boom","boomerang","boon","boone","boor","boorish","boost","boot","bootes","booth","bootleg","bootlegged","bootlegger","bootlegging","bootstrap"
  272. DATA "bootstrapped","bootstrapping","booty","booze","bop","borate","borax","bordeaux","bordello","borden","border","borderland","borderline","bore","borealis","boreas","boredom","borg","boric","boris"
  273. DATA "born","borne","borneo","boron","borosilicate","borough","borroughs","borrow","bosch","bose","bosom","boson","bosonic","boss","boston","bostonian","boswell","botanic","botanist","botany"
  274. DATA "botch","botfly","both","bothersome","botswana","bottle","bottleneck","bottom","bottommost","botulin","botulism","boucher","bouffant","bough","bought","boulder","boule","boulevard","bounce","bouncy"
  275. DATA "bound","boundary","bounty","bouquet","bourbaki","bourbon","bourgeois","bourgeoisie","bourn","boustrophedon","bout","boutique","bovine","bow","bowditch","bowdoin","bowel","bowen","bowfin","bowie"
  276. DATA "bowl","bowline","bowman","bowmen","bowstring","box","boxcar","boxwood","boxy","boy","boyar","boyce","boycott","boyd","boyfriend","boyhood","boyish","boyle","boylston","bp"
  277. DATA "brace","bracelet","bracken","bracket","brackish","bract","brad","bradbury","bradford","bradley","bradshaw","brady","brae","brag","bragg","braggart","bragging","brahmaputra","brahms","brahmsian"
  278. DATA "braid","braille","brain","brainard","brainchild","brainchildren","brainstorm","brainwash","brainy","brake","brakeman","bramble","bran","branch","brand","brandeis","brandenburg","brandish","brandon","brandt"
  279. DATA "brandy","brandywine","braniff","brant","brash","brasilia","brass","brassiere","brassy","bratwurst","braun","bravado","brave","bravery","bravo","bravura","brawl","bray","brazen","brazier"
  280. DATA "brazil","brazilian","brazzaville","breach","bread","breadboard","breadfruit","breadroot","breadth","breadwinner","break","breakage","breakaway","breakdown","breakfast","breakoff","breakpoint","breakthrough","breakup","breakwater"
  281. DATA "bream","breast","breastplate","breastwork","breath","breathe","breathtaking","breathy","breccia","bred","breech","breeches","breed","breeze","breezy","bremen","bremsstrahlung","brenda","brendan","brennan"
  282. DATA "brenner","brent","brest","brethren","breton","brett","breve","brevet","brevity","brew","brewery","brewster","brian","briar","bribe","bribery","brice","brick","brickbat","bricklay"
  283. DATA "bricklayer","bricklaying","bridal","bride","bridegroom","bridesmaid","bridge","bridgeable","bridgehead","bridgeport","bridget","bridgetown","bridgewater","bridgework","bridle","brief","briefcase","brig","brigade","brigadier"
  284. DATA "brigantine","briggs","brigham","bright","brighten","brighton","brilliant","brillouin","brim","brimful","brimstone","brindisi","brindle","brine","bring","brink","brinkmanship","briny","brisbane","brisk"
  285. DATA "bristle","bristol","britain","britannic","britannica","britches","british","briton","brittany","britten","brittle","broach","broad","broadcast","broaden","broadloom","broadside","broadway","brocade","broccoli"
  286. DATA "brochure","brock","brockle","broglie","broil","broke","broken","brokerage","bromfield","bromide","bromine","bromley","bronchi","bronchial","bronchiolar","bronchiole","bronchitis","bronchus","bronco","brontosaurus"
  287. DATA "bronx","bronze","bronzy","brood","broody","brook","brooke","brookhaven","brookline","brooklyn","brookside","broom","broomcorn","broth","brothel","brother","brotherhood","brought","brouhaha","brow"
  288. DATA "browbeaten","brown","browne","brownell","brownian","brownie","brownish","browse","bruce","brucellosis","bruckner","bruegel","bruise","bruit","brumidi","brunch","brunette","brunhilde","bruno","brunswick"
  289. DATA "brunt","brush","brushfire","brushlike","brushwork","brushy","brusque","brussels","brutal","brute","bryan","bryant","bryce","bryn","bryophyta","bryophyte","bryozoa","bstj","btl","btu"
  290. DATA "bub","bubble","buchanan","bucharest","buchenwald","buchwald","buck","buckaroo","buckboard","bucket","bucketfull","buckeye","buckhorn","buckle","buckley","bucknell","buckshot","buckskin","buckthorn","buckwheat"
  291. DATA "bucolic","bud","budapest","budd","buddha","buddhism","buddhist","buddy","budge","budget","budgetary","budweiser","buena","buenos","buff","buffalo","buffet","bufflehead","buffoon","bug"
  292. DATA "bugaboo","bugeyed","bugging","buggy","bugle","buick","build","buildup","built","builtin","bujumbura","bulb","bulblet","bulgaria","bulge","bulk","bulkhead","bulky","bull","bulldog"
  293. DATA "bulldoze","bullet","bulletin","bullfinch","bullfrog","bullhead","bullhide","bullish","bullock","bullseye","bullwhack","bully","bullyboy","bulrush","bulwark","bum","bumble","bumblebee","bump","bumptious"
  294. DATA "bun","bunch","bundestag","bundle","bundoora","bundy","bungalow","bungle","bunk","bunkmate","bunny","bunsen","bunt","bunyan","buoy","buoyant","burbank","burch","burden","burdensome"
  295. DATA "burdock","bureau","bureaucracy","bureaucrat","bureaucratic","buret","burette","burg","burgeon","burgess","burgher","burglar","burglarproof","burglary","burgundian","burgundy","burial","buried","burke","burl"
  296. DATA "burlap","burlesque","burley","burlington","burly","burma","burmese","burn","burnett","burnham","burnish","burnout","burnside","burnt","burp","burr","burro","burroughs","burrow","bursitis"
  297. DATA "burst","bursty","burt","burton","burtt","burundi","bury","bus","busboy","busch","buses","bush","bushel","bushmaster","bushnell","bushwhack","bushy","business","businessman","businessmen"
  298. DATA "buss","bust","bustard","bustle","busy","but","butadiene","butane","butch","butchery","butene","buteo","butler","butt","butte","butterball","buttercup","butterfat","butterfield","butterfly"
  299. DATA "buttermilk","butternut","buttery","buttock","button","buttonhole","buttonweed","buttress","buttrick","butyl","butyrate","butyric","buxom","buxtehude","buxton","buy","buyer","buzz","buzzard","buzzer"
  300. DATA "buzzing","buzzsaw","buzzword","buzzy","by","bye","byers","bygone","bylaw","byline","bypass","bypath","byproduct","byrd","byrne","byroad","byron","byronic","bystander","byte"
  301. DATA "byway","byword","byzantine","byzantium","c","c's","ca","cab","cabal","cabana","cabaret","cabbage","cabdriver","cabin","cabinet","cabinetmake","cabinetry","cable","cabot","cacao"
  302. DATA "cachalot","cache","cackle","cacm","cacophonist","cacophony","cacti","cactus","cadaver","cadaverous","caddis","caddy","cadent","cadenza","cadet","cadillac","cadmium","cadre","cady","caesar"
  303. DATA "cafe","cafeteria","cage","cagey","cahill","cahoot","caiman","cain","caine","cairn","cairo","cajole","cake","cal","calais","calamitous","calamity","calamus","calcareous","calcify"
  304. DATA "calcine","calcite","calcium","calculable","calculate","calculi","calculus","calcutta","calder","caldera","caldwell","caleb","calendar","calendrical","calf","calfskin","calgary","calhoun","caliber","calibrate"
  305. DATA "calibre","calico","california","californium","caliper","caliph","caliphate","calisthenic","calkins","call","calla","callaghan","callahan","caller","calligraph","calligraphy","calliope","callisto","callous","callus"
  306. DATA "calm","caloric","calorie","calorimeter","calumet","calumniate","calumny","calvary","calve","calvert","calvin","calvinist","calypso","cam","camaraderie","camber","cambodia","cambrian","cambric","cambridge"
  307. DATA "camden","came","camel","camelback","camellia","camelopard","camelot","cameo","camera","cameraman","cameramen","cameron","cameroun","camilla","camille","camino","camouflage","camp","campaign","campanile"
  308. DATA "campbell","campfire","campground","campion","campsite","campus","can","can't","canaan","canada","canadian","canal","canary","canaveral","canberra","cancel","cancellate","cancelled","cancelling","cancer"
  309. DATA "cancerous","candace","candela","candelabra","candid","candidacy","candidate","candide","candle","candlelight","candlelit","candlestick","candlewick","candy","cane","canfield","canine","canis","canister","canker"
  310. DATA "cankerworm","canna","cannabis","cannel","cannery","cannibal","cannister","cannon","cannonball","cannot","canny","canoe","canoga","canon","canonic","canopy","canst","cant","cantabrigian","cantaloupe"
  311. DATA "canteen","canterbury","canterelle","canticle","cantilever","cantle","canto","canton","cantonese","cantor","canvas","canvasback","canvass","canyon","cap","capacious","capacitance","capacitate","capacitive","capacitor"
  312. DATA "capacity","cape","capella","caper","capetown","capillary","capistrano","capita","capital","capitol","capitoline","capitulate","capo","caprice","capricious","capricorn","capsize","capstan","capstone","capsule"
  313. DATA "captain","captaincy","caption","captious","captivate","captive","captor","capture","caputo","capybara","car","carabao","caracas","caramel","caravan","caraway","carbide","carbine","carbohydrate","carboloy"
  314. DATA "carbon","carbonaceous","carbonate","carbondale","carbone","carbonic","carbonium","carbonyl","carborundum","carboxy","carboxylic","carboy","carbuncle","carburetor","carcass","carcinogen","carcinogenic","carcinoma","card","cardamom"
  315. DATA "cardboard","cardiac","cardiff","cardinal","cardiod","cardioid","cardiology","cardiovascular","care","careen","career","carefree","careful","caress","caret","caretaker","careworn","carey","carfare","cargill"
  316. DATA "cargo","cargoes","carib","caribbean","caribou","caricature","carl","carla","carleton","carlin","carlisle","carlo","carload","carlson","carlton","carlyle","carmela","carmen","carmichael","carmine"
  317. DATA "carnage","carnal","carnation","carne","carnegie","carney","carnival","carob","carol","carolina","caroline","carolingian","carolinian","carolyn","carouse","carp","carpathia","carpenter","carpentry","carpet"
  318. DATA "carport","carr","carrageen","carrara","carrel","carriage","carrie","carrion","carroll","carrot","carruthers","carry","carryover","carson","cart","carte","cartel","cartesian","carthage","carthaginian"
  319. DATA "cartilage","cartilaginous","cartographer","cartographic","cartography","carton","cartoon","cartridge","cartwheel","caruso","carve","carven","caryatid","casanova","casbah","cascade","cascara","case","casebook","casein"
  320. DATA "casework","casey","cash","cashew","cashier","cashmere","casino","cask","casket","caspian","cassandra","casserole","cassette","cassiopeia","cassius","cassock","cast","castanet","caste","casteth"
  321. DATA "castigate","castillo","castle","castor","castro","casual","casualty","cat","catabolic","cataclysm","cataclysmic","catalina","catalogue","catalpa","catalysis","catalyst","catalytic","catapult","cataract","catastrophe"
  322. DATA "catastrophic","catatonia","catatonic","catawba","catbird","catcall","catch","catchup","catchword","catchy","catechism","categoric","category","catenate","cater","caterpillar","catfish","catharsis","cathedra","cathedral"
  323. DATA "catherine","catherwood","catheter","cathode","cathodic","catholic","catholicism","cathy","cation","cationic","catkin","catlike","catnip","catskill","catsup","cattail","cattle","cattleman","cattlemen","catv"
  324. DATA "caucasian","caucasus","cauchy","caucus","caught","cauldron","cauliflower","caulk","causal","causate","causation","cause","caustic","caution","cautionary","cautious","cavalcade","cavalier","cavalry","cave"
  325. DATA "caveat","caveman","cavemen","cavendish","cavern","cavernous","caviar","cavil","cavilling","caviness","cavitate","cavort","caw","cayenne","cayley","cayuga","cb","cbs","ccny","cdc"
  326. DATA "cease","cecil","cecilia","cecropia","cedar","cede","cedilla","cedric","ceil","celandine","celanese","celebes","celebrant","celebrate","celebrity","celerity","celery","celesta","celeste","celestial"
  327. DATA "celia","celibacy","cell","cellar","cellophane","cellular","celluloid","cellulose","celsius","celtic","cement","cemetery","cenozoic","censor","censorial","censorious","censure","census","cent","centaur"
  328. DATA "centenary","centennial","centerline","centerpiece","centigrade","centimeter","centipede","central","centrex","centric","centrifugal","centrifugate","centrifuge","centrist","centroid","centum","century","cepheus","ceq","ceramic"
  329. DATA "ceramium","cerberus","cereal","cerebellum","cerebral","cerebrate","ceremonial","ceremonious","ceremony","ceres","cereus","cerise","cerium","cern","certain","certainty","certificate","certified","certify","certiorari"
  330. DATA "certitude","cerulean","cervantes","cervix","cesare","cesium","cessation","cession","cessna","cetera","cetus","ceylon","cezanne","cf","chablis","chad","chadwick","chafe","chaff","chagrin"
  331. DATA "chain","chair","chairlady","chairman","chairmen","chairperson","chairwoman","chairwomen","chaise","chalcedony","chalcocite","chalet","chalice","chalk","chalkboard","chalkline","chalky","challenge","chalmers","chamber"
  332. DATA "chamberlain","chambermaid","chambers","chameleon","chamfer","chamois","chamomile","champ","champagne","champaign","champion","champlain","chance","chancel","chancellor","chancery","chancy","chandelier","chandler","chang"
  333. DATA "change","changeable","changeover","channel","chanson","chant","chantey","chantilly","chantry","chao","chaos","chaotic","chap","chaparral","chapel","chaperon","chaperone","chaplain","chaplaincy","chaplin"
  334. DATA "chapman","chapter","char","character","characteristic","charcoal","chard","charge","chargeable","chariot","charisma","charismatic","charitable","charity","charlemagne","charles","charleston","charley","charlie","charlotte"
  335. DATA "charlottesville","charm","charon","chart","charta","chartres","chartreuse","chartroom","charybdis","chase","chasm","chassis","chaste","chastise","chastity","chat","chateau","chateaux","chatham","chattanooga"
  336. DATA "chattel","chatty","chaucer","chauffeur","chauncey","chautauqua","chaw","cheap","cheat","cheater","check","checkbook","checkerberry","checkerboard","checklist","checkmate","checkout","checkpoint","checksum","checksummed"
  337. DATA "checksumming","checkup","cheek","cheekbone","cheeky","cheer","cheerful","cheerlead","cheerleader","cheery","cheese","cheesecake","cheesecloth","cheesy","cheetah","chef","chelate","chemic","chemise","chemisorb"
  338. DATA "chemisorption","chemist","chemistry","chemotherapy","chen","cheney","chenille","cherish","cherokee","cherry","chert","cherub","cherubim","cheryl","chesapeake","cheshire","chess","chest","chester","chesterton"
  339. DATA "chestnut","chevalier","chevrolet","chevron","chevy","chew","cheyenne","chi","chiang","chianti","chic","chicago","chicagoan","chicanery","chicano","chick","chickadee","chicken","chickweed","chicory"
  340. DATA "chide","chief","chiefdom","chieftain","chiffon","chigger","chignon","chilblain","child","childbear","childbirth","childhood","childish","childlike","children","chile","chilean","chili","chill","chilly"
  341. DATA "chime","chimera","chimeric","chimique","chimney","chimpanzee","chin","china","chinaman","chinamen","chinatown","chinch","chinchilla","chine","chinese","chink","chinook","chinquapin","chip","chipboard"
  342. DATA "chipmunk","chippendale","chiropractor","chirp","chisel","chisholm","chit","chiton","chivalrous","chivalry","chive","chlorate","chlordane","chloride","chlorinate","chlorine","chloroform","chlorophyll","chloroplast","chloroplatinate"
  343. DATA "chock","chocolate","choctaw","choice","choir","choirmaster","choke","chokeberry","cholera","cholesterol","cholinesterase","chomp","chomsky","choose","choosy","chop","chopin","choppy","choral","chorale"
  344. DATA "chord","chordal","chordata","chordate","chore","choreograph","choreography","chorine","chortle","chorus","chose","chosen","chou","chow","chowder","chris","christ","christen","christendom","christensen"
  345. DATA "christenson","christian","christiana","christianson","christie","christina","christine","christlike","christmas","christoffel","christoph","christopher","christy","chromate","chromatic","chromatin","chromatogram","chromatograph","chromatography","chrome"
  346. DATA "chromic","chromium","chromosome","chromosphere","chronic","chronicle","chronograph","chronography","chronology","chrysanthemum","chrysler","chrysolite","chub","chubby","chuck","chuckle","chuckwalla","chuff","chug","chugging"
  347. DATA "chum","chummy","chump","chungking","chunk","chunky","church","churchgo","churchgoer","churchgoing","churchill","churchillian","churchman","churchmen","churchwoman","churchwomen","churchyard","churn","chute","chutney"
  348. DATA "cia","cicada","cicero","ciceronian","cider","cigar","cigarette","cilia","ciliate","cinch","cincinnati","cinder","cinderella","cindy","cinema","cinematic","cinerama","cinnabar","cinnamon","cinquefoil"
  349. DATA "cipher","circa","circe","circle","circlet","circuit","circuitous","circuitry","circulant","circular","circulate","circulatory","circumcircle","circumcise","circumcision","circumference","circumferential","circumflex","circumlocution","circumpolar"
  350. DATA "circumscribe","circumscription","circumspect","circumsphere","circumstance","circumstantial","circumvent","circumvention","circus","cistern","cit","citadel","citation","cite","citizen","citizenry","citrate","citric","citroen","citron"
  351. DATA "citrus","city","cityscape","citywide","civet","civic","civil","civilian","clad","cladophora","claim","claimant","claire","clairvoyant","clam","clamber","clammy","clamorous","clamp","clamshell"
  352. DATA "clan","clandestine","clang","clank","clannish","clap","clapboard","clapeyron","clara","clare","claremont","clarence","clarendon","claret","clarify","clarinet","clarity","clark","clarke","clash"
  353. DATA "clasp","class","classic","classification","classificatory","classify","classmate","classroom","classy","clatter","clattery","claude","claudia","claudio","claus","clause","clausen","clausius","claustrophobia","claustrophobic"
  354. DATA "claw","clay","clayton","clean","cleanse","cleanup","clear","clearance","clearheaded","clearwater","cleat","cleavage","cleave","cleft","clement","clemson","clench","clergy","clergyman","clergymen"
  355. DATA "cleric","clerk","cleveland","clever","cliche","click","client","clientele","cliff","cliffhang","clifford","clifton","climactic","climate","climatic","climatology","climax","climb","clime","clinch"
  356. DATA "cling","clinging","clinic","clinician","clink","clint","clinton","clio","clip","clipboard","clique","clitoris","clive","cloak","cloakroom","clobber","clock","clockwatcher","clockwise","clockwork"
  357. DATA "clod","cloddish","clog","clogging","cloister","clomp","clone","clonic","close","closet","closeup","closure","clot","cloth","clothbound","clothe","clothesbrush","clotheshorse","clothesline","clothesman"
  358. DATA "clothesmen","clothier","clotho","cloture","cloud","cloudburst","cloudy","clout","clove","cloven","clown","cloy","club","clubhouse","clubroom","cluck","clue","cluj","clump","clumsy"
  359. DATA "clung","cluster","clutch","clutter","clyde","clytemnestra","co","coach","coachman","coachmen","coachwork","coadjutor","coagulable","coagulate","coal","coalesce","coalescent","coalition","coarse","coarsen"
  360. DATA "coast","coastal","coastline","coat","coates","coattail","coauthor","coax","coaxial","cobalt","cobb","cobble","cobblestone","cobol","cobra","cobweb","coca","cocaine","coccidiosis","cochineal"
  361. DATA "cochlea","cochran","cochrane","cock","cockatoo","cockcrow","cockeye","cockle","cocklebur","cockleshell","cockpit","cockroach","cocksure","cocktail","cocky","coco","cocoa","coconut","cocoon","cod"
  362. DATA "coda","coddington","coddle","code","codebreak","codeposit","codetermine","codeword","codfish","codicil","codify","codomain","codon","codpiece","cody","coed","coeditor","coeducation","coefficient","coequal"
  363. DATA "coerce","coercible","coercion","coercive","coexist","coexistent","coextensive","cofactor","coffee","coffeecup","coffeepot","coffer","coffey","coffin","coffman","cog","cogent","cogitate","cognac","cognate"
  364. DATA "cognition","cognitive","cognizable","cognizant","cohen","cohere","coherent","cohesion","cohesive","cohn","cohomology","cohort","cohosh","coiffure","coil","coin","coinage","coincide","coincident","coincidental"
  365. DATA "coke","col","cola","colander","colatitude","colby","cold","cole","coleman","coleridge","colette","coleus","colgate","colicky","coliform","coliseum","collaborate","collage","collagen","collapse"
  366. DATA "collapsible","collar","collarbone","collard","collate","collateral","colleague","collect","collectible","collector","college","collegial","collegian","collegiate","collet","collide","collie","collier","collimate","collinear"
  367. DATA "collins","collision","collocation","colloidal","colloq","colloquia","colloquial","colloquium","colloquy","collude","collusion","cologne","colombia","colombo","colon","colonel","colonial","colonist","colonnade","colony"
  368. DATA "colorado","colorate","coloratura","colorimeter","colossal","colosseum","colossi","colossus","colt","coltish","coltsfoot","columbia","columbine","columbus","column","columnar","colza","coma","comanche","comatose"
  369. DATA "comb","combat","combatant","combatted","combinate","combination","combinator","combinatorial","combinatoric","combine","combustible","combustion","come","comeback","comedian","comedy","comet","cometary","cometh","comfort"
  370. DATA "comic","cominform","comma","command","commandant","commandeer","commando","commemorate","commend","commendation","commendatory","commensurable","commensurate","comment","commentary","commentator","commerce","commercial","commingle","commiserate"
  371. DATA "commissariat","commissary","commission","commit","committable","committal","committed","committee","committeeman","committeemen","committeewoman","committeewomen","committing","commodious","commodity","commodore","common","commonality","commonplace","commonweal"
  372. DATA "commonwealth","commotion","communal","commune","communicable","communicant","communicate","communion","communique","commutate","commute","compact","compacter","compactify","compagnie","companion","companionway","company","comparative","comparator"
  373. DATA "compare","comparison","compartment","compass","compassion","compassionate","compatible","compatriot","compel","compellable","compelled","compelling","compendia","compendium","compensable","compensate","compensatory","compete","competent","competition"
  374. DATA "competitive","competitor","compilation","compile","complacent","complain","complainant","complaint","complaisant","compleat","complement","complementarity","complementary","complementation","complete","completion","complex","complexion","compliant","complicate"
  375. DATA "complicity","compliment","complimentary","compline","comply","component","componentry","comport","compose","composite","composition","compositor","compost","composure","compote","compound","comprehend","comprehensible","comprehension","comprehensive"
  376. DATA "compress","compressible","compression","compressive","compressor","comprise","compromise","compton","comptroller","compulsion","compulsive","compulsory","compunction","computation","compute","comrade","con","conakry","conant","concatenate"
  377. DATA "concave","conceal","concede","conceit","conceive","concentrate","concentric","concept","conception","conceptual","concern","concert","concerti","concertina","concertmaster","concerto","concession","concessionaire","conch","concierge"
  378. DATA "conciliate","conciliatory","concise","concision","conclave","conclude","conclusion","conclusive","concoct","concocter","concomitant","concord","concordant","concourse","concrete","concretion","concubine","concur","concurred","concurrent"
  379. DATA "concurring","concussion","condemn","condemnate","condemnatory","condensate","condense","condensible","condescend","condescension","condiment","condition","condolence","condominium","condone","conduce","conducive","conduct","conductance","conductor"
  380. DATA "conduit","cone","coneflower","conestoga","coney","confabulate","confect","confectionery","confederacy","confederate","confer","conferee","conference","conferrable","conferred","conferring","confess","confession","confessor","confidant"
  381. DATA "confidante","confide","confident","confidential","configuration","configure","confine","confirm","confirmation","confirmatory","confiscable","confiscate","confiscatory","conflagrate","conflagration","conflict","confluent","confocal","conform","conformal"
  382. DATA "conformance","conformation","confound","confrere","confront","confrontation","confucian","confucianism","confucius","confuse","confusion","confute","congeal","congener","congenial","congenital","congest","congestion","congestive","conglomerate"
  383. DATA "congo","congolese","congratulate","congratulatory","congregate","congress","congressional","congressman","congressmen","congresswoman","congresswomen","congruent","conic","conifer","coniferous","conjectural","conjecture","conjoin","conjoint","conjugacy"
  384. DATA "conjugal","conjugate","conjunct","conjuncture","conjure","conklin","conley","conn","connally","connect","connecticut","connector","conner","connie","connivance","connive","connoisseur","connors","connotation","connotative"
  385. DATA "connote","connubial","conquer","conqueror","conquest","conquistador","conrad","conrail","consanguine","consanguineous","conscience","conscientious","conscionable","conscious","conscript","conscription","consecrate","consecutive","consensus","consent"
  386. DATA "consequent","consequential","conservation","conservatism","conservative","conservator","conservatory","conserve","consider","considerate","consign","consignee","consignor","consist","consistent","consolation","console","consolidate","consonant","consonantal"
  387. DATA "consort","consortium","conspicuous","conspiracy","conspirator","conspiratorial","conspire","constance","constant","constantine","constantinople","constellate","consternate","constipate","constituent","constitute","constitution","constitutive","constrain","constraint"
  388. DATA "constrict","constrictor","construct","constructible","constructor","construe","consul","consular","consulate","consult","consultant","consultation","consultative","consume","consummate","consumption","consumptive","contact","contagion","contagious"
  389. DATA "contain","contaminant","contaminate","contemplate","contemporaneous","contemporary","contempt","contemptible","contemptuous","contend","content","contention","contentious","contest","contestant","context","contextual","contiguity","contiguous","continent"
  390. DATA "continental","contingent","continua","continual","continuant","continuation","continue","continued","continuity","continuo","continuous","continuum","contort","contour","contraband","contrabass","contraception","contraceptive","contract","contractor"
  391. DATA "contractual","contradict","contradictory","contradistinct","contradistinction","contradistinguish","contralateral","contralto","contraption","contrariety","contrariwise","contrary","contrast","contravariant","contravene","contravention","contretemps","contribute","contribution","contributor"
  392. DATA "contributory","contrite","contrition","contrivance","contrive","control","controllable","controlled","controller","controlling","controversial","controversy","controvertible","contumacy","contusion","conundrum","convair","convalesce","convalescent","convect"
  393. DATA "convene","convenient","convent","convention","converge","convergent","conversant","conversation","converse","conversion","convert","convertible","convex","convey","conveyance","conveyor","convict","convince","convivial","convocate"
  394. DATA "convocation","convoke","convolute","convolution","convolve","convoy","convulse","convulsion","convulsive","conway","cony","coo","cook","cookbook","cooke","cookery","cookie","cooky","cool","coolant"
  395. DATA "cooley","coolheaded","coolidge","coon","coop","cooperate","coordinate","coors","coot","cop","cope","copeland","copenhagen","copernican","copernicus","copious","coplanar","copolymer","copperas","copperfield"
  396. DATA "copperhead","coppery","copra","coprinus","coproduct","copter","copy","copybook","copyright","copywriter","coquette","coquina","coral","coralberry","coralline","corbel","corbett","corcoran","cord","cordage"
  397. DATA "cordial","cordite","cordon","corduroy","core","corey","coriander","corinth","corinthian","coriolanus","cork","corkscrew","cormorant","corn","cornbread","cornea","cornelia","cornelius","cornell","cornerstone"
  398. DATA "cornet","cornfield","cornflower","cornish","cornmeal","cornstarch","cornucopia","cornwall","corny","corollary","corona","coronado","coronary","coronate","coroner","coronet","coroutine","corp","corpora","corporal"
  399. DATA "corporate","corporeal","corps","corpse","corpsman","corpsmen","corpulent","corpus","corpuscular","corral","corralled","correct","corrector","correlate","correspond","correspondent","corridor","corrigenda","corrigendum","corrigible"
  400. DATA "corroborate","corroboree","corrode","corrodible","corrosion","corrosive","corrugate","corrupt","corruptible","corruption","corsage","corset","cortege","cortex","cortical","cortland","corundum","coruscate","corvallis","corvette"
  401. DATA "corvus","cos","cosec","coset","cosgrove","cosh","cosine","cosmetic","cosmic","cosmology","cosmopolitan","cosmos","cosponsor","cossack","cost","costa","costello","costume","cosy","cot"
  402. DATA "cotangent","cotillion","cotman","cotoneaster","cotta","cottage","cotton","cottonmouth","cottonseed","cottonwood","cottony","cottrell","cotty","cotyledon","couch","cougar","cough","could","couldn't","coulomb"
  403. DATA "coulter","council","councilman","councilmen","councilwoman","councilwomen","counsel","counselor","count","countdown","countenance","counteract","counterargument","counterattack","counterbalance","counterclockwise","counterexample","counterfeit","counterflow","counterintuitive"
  404. DATA "counterman","countermen","counterpart","counterpoint","counterpoise","counterproductive","counterproposal","countersink","countersunk","countervail","countrify","country","countryman","countrymen","countryside","countrywide","county","countywide","coup","coupe"
  405. DATA "couple","coupon","courage","courageous","courier","course","court","courteous","courtesan","courtesy","courthouse","courtier","courtney","courtroom","courtyard","couscous","cousin","couturier","covalent","covariant"
  406. DATA "covariate","covary","cove","coven","covenant","coventry","cover","coverage","coverall","coverlet","covert","covet","covetous","cow","cowan","coward","cowardice","cowbell","cowbird","cowboy"
  407. DATA "cowgirl","cowhand","cowherd","cowhide","cowl","cowlick","cowman","cowmen","coworker","cowpea","cowpoke","cowpony","cowpox","cowpunch","cowry","cowslip","cox","coxcomb","coy","coyote"
  408. DATA "coypu","cozen","cozy","cpa","cpu","crab","crabapple","crabmeat","crack","crackle","crackpot","cradle","craft","craftsman","craftsmen","craftspeople","craftsperson","crafty","crag","craggy"
  409. DATA "craig","cram","cramer","cramp","cranberry","crandall","crane","cranelike","cranford","crania","cranium","crank","crankcase","crankshaft","cranky","cranny","cranston","crap","crappie","crash"
  410. DATA "crass","crate","crater","cravat","crave","craven","craw","crawford","crawl","crawlspace","crayfish","crayon","craze","crazy","creak","creaky","cream","creamery","creamy","crease"
  411. DATA "create","creating","creature","creche","credent","credential","credenza","credible","credit","creditor","credo","credulity","credulous","creed","creedal","creek","creekside","creep","creepy","cremate"
  412. DATA "crematory","creole","creon","creosote","crepe","crept","crescendo","crescent","cress","crest","crestfallen","crestview","cretaceous","cretan","crete","cretin","cretinous","crevice","crew","crewcut"
  413. DATA "crewel","crewman","crewmen","crib","cricket","cried","crime","crimea","criminal","crimp","crimson","cringe","crinkle","cripple","crises","crisis","crisp","crispin","criss","crisscross"
  414. DATA "criteria","criterion","critic","critique","critter","croak","croatia","crochet","crock","crockery","crockett","crocodile","crocodilian","crocus","croft","croix","cromwell","cromwellian","crone","crony"
  415. DATA "crook","croon","crop","croquet","crosby","cross","crossarm","crossbar","crossbill","crossbow","crosscut","crosshatch","crosslink","crossover","crosspoint","crossroad","crosstalk","crosswalk","crossway","crosswise"
  416. DATA "crossword","crosswort","crotch","crotchety","crouch","croupier","crow","crowbait","crowberry","crowd","crowfoot","crowley","crown","croydon","crt","crucial","crucible","crucifix","crucifixion","crucify"
  417. DATA "crud","cruddy","crude","cruel","cruelty","cruickshank","cruise","crumb","crumble","crummy","crump","crumple","crunch","crupper","crusade","crush","crusoe","crust","crusty","crutch"
  418. DATA "crux","cruz","cry","cryogenic","cryostat","crypt","cryptanalysis","cryptanalyst","cryptanalytic","cryptanalyze","cryptic","cryptogram","cryptographer","cryptography","cryptology","crystal","crystalline","crystallite","crystallographer","crystallography"
  419. DATA "csnet","ct","cub","cuba","cubbyhole","cube","cubic","cuckoo","cucumber","cud","cuddle","cuddly","cudgel","cue","cuff","cufflink","cuisine","culbertson","culinary","cull"
  420. DATA "culminate","culpa","culpable","culprit","cult","cultivable","cultivate","cultural","culture","culver","culvert","cumberland","cumbersome","cumin","cummings","cummins","cumulate","cumulus","cunard","cunning"
  421. DATA "cunningham","cuny","cup","cupboard","cupful","cupid","cupidity","cupric","cuprous","cur","curate","curb","curbside","curd","curdle","cure","curfew","curia","curie","curio"
  422. DATA "curiosity","curious","curium","curl","curlew","curlicue","curran","currant","current","curricula","curricular","curriculum","curry","curse","cursive","cursor","cursory","curt","curtail","curtain"
  423. DATA "curtis","curtsey","curvaceous","curvature","curve","curvilinear","cushing","cushion","cushman","cusp","custer","custodial","custodian","custody","custom","customary","customhouse","cut","cutaneous","cutback"
  424. DATA "cute","cutesy","cutlass","cutler","cutlet","cutoff","cutout","cutover","cutset","cutthroat","cuttlebone","cuttlefish","cutworm","cyanamid","cyanate","cyanic","cyanide","cybernetic","cybernetics","cycad"
  425. DATA "cyclades","cycle","cyclic","cyclist","cyclone","cyclopean","cyclops","cyclorama","cyclotomic","cyclotron","cygnus","cylinder","cylindric","cynic","cynthia","cypress","cyprian","cypriot","cyprus","cyril"
  426. DATA "cyrillic","cyrus","cyst","cysteine","cytochemistry","cytology","cytolysis","cytoplasm","cytosine","cz","czar","czarina","czech","czechoslovakia","czerniak","d","d'art","d'etat","d'oeuvre","d's"
  427. DATA "dab","dabble","dacca","dachshund","dactyl","dactylic","dad","dada","dadaism","dadaist","daddy","dade","daedalus","daffodil","daffy","dagger","dahl","dahlia","dahomey","dailey"
  428. DATA "daimler","dainty","dairy","dairylea","dairyman","dairymen","dais","daisy","dakar","dakota","dale","daley","dalhousie","dallas","dally","dalton","daly","dalzell","dam","damage"
  429. DATA "damascus","damask","dame","damn","damnation","damon","damp","dampen","damsel","dan","dana","danbury","dance","dandelion","dandy","dane","dang","danger","dangerous","dangle"
  430. DATA "daniel","danielson","danish","dank","danny","dante","danube","danubian","danzig","daphne","dapper","dapple","dar","dare","daredevil","darius","dark","darken","darkle","darlene"
  431. DATA "darling","darn","darpa","darrell","darry","dart","dartmouth","darwin","darwinian","dash","dashboard","dastard","data","database","date","dateline","dater","datsun","datum","daub"
  432. DATA "daugherty","daughter","daunt","dauphin","dauphine","dave","davenport","david","davidson","davies","davis","davison","davit","davy","dawn","dawson","day","daybed","daybreak","daydream"
  433. DATA "daylight","daytime","dayton","daytona","daze","dazzle","dc","de","deacon","deaconess","deactivate","dead","deaden","deadhead","deadline","deadlock","deadwood","deaf","deafen","deal"
  434. DATA "deallocate","dealt","dean","deane","deanna","dear","dearborn","dearie","dearth","death","deathbed","deathward","debacle","debar","debarring","debase","debate","debater","debauch","debauchery"
  435. DATA "debbie","debby","debenture","debilitate","debility","debit","debonair","deborah","debra","debrief","debris","debt","debtor","debug","debugged","debugger","debugging","debunk","debussy","debut"
  436. DATA "debutante","dec","decade","decadent","decaffeinate","decal","decant","decathlon","decatur","decay","decca","decease","decedent","deceit","deceitful","deceive","decelerate","december","decennial","decent"
  437. DATA "deception","deceptive","decertify","decibel","decide","deciduous","decile","decimal","decimate","decipher","decision","decisional","decisionmake","decisive","deck","decker","declaim","declamation","declamatory","declaration"
  438. DATA "declarative","declarator","declaratory","declare","declassify","declination","decline","declivity","decode","decolletage","decollimate","decolonize","decommission","decompile","decomposable","decompose","decomposition","decompress","decompression","decontrol"
  439. DATA "decontrolled","decontrolling","deconvolution","deconvolve","decor","decorate","decorous","decorticate","decorum","decouple","decoy","decrease","decree","decreeing","decrement","decry","decrypt","decryption","dedicate","deduce"
  440. DATA "deducible","deduct","deductible","dee","deed","deem","deemphasize","deep","deepen","deer","deere","deerskin","deerstalker","deface","default","defeat","defecate","defect","defector","defend"
  441. DATA "defendant","defensible","defensive","defer","deferent","deferrable","deferral","deferred","deferring","defiant","deficient","deficit","define","definite","definition","definitive","deflate","deflater","deflect","deflector"
  442. DATA "defocus","deforest","deforestation","deform","deformation","defraud","defray","defrock","defrost","deft","defunct","defuse","defy","degas","degassing","degeneracy","degenerate","degradation","degrade","degrease"
  443. DATA "degree","degum","degumming","dehumidify","dehydrate","deify","deign","deity","deja","deject","del","delaney","delano","delaware","delay","delectable","delectate","delegable","delegate","delete"
  444. DATA "deleterious","deletion","delft","delhi","delia","deliberate","delicacy","delicate","delicatessen","delicious","delicti","delight","delightful","delilah","delimit","delimitation","delineament","delineate","delinquent","deliquesce"
  445. DATA "deliquescent","delirious","delirium","deliver","deliverance","delivery","dell","della","delmarva","delouse","delphi","delphic","delphine","delphinium","delphinus","delta","deltoid","delude","deluge","delusion"
  446. DATA "delusive","deluxe","delve","demagnify","demagogue","demand","demarcate","demark","demean","demented","dementia","demerit","demigod","demijohn","demiscible","demise","demit","demitted","demitting","demo"
  447. DATA "democracy","democrat","democratic","demodulate","demography","demolish","demolition","demon","demoniac","demonic","demonstrable","demonstrate","demote","demountable","dempsey","demultiplex","demur","demure","demurred","demurrer"
  448. DATA "demurring","demystify","den","denature","dendrite","dendritic","deneb","denebola","deniable","denial","denigrate","denizen","denmark","dennis","denny","denominate","denotation","denotative","denote","denouement"
  449. DATA "denounce","dense","densitometer","dent","dental","dentistry","denton","denture","denudation","denude","denumerable","denunciate","denunciation","denver","deny","deodorant","deoxyribonucleic","deoxyribose","depart","department"
  450. DATA "departure","depend","dependent","depict","deplete","depletion","deplore","deploy","deport","deportation","deportee","depose","deposit","depositary","deposition","depositor","depository","depot","deprave","deprecate"
  451. DATA "deprecatory","depreciable","depreciate","depredate","depress","depressant","depressible","depression","depressive","depressor","deprivation","deprive","depth","deputation","depute","deputy","derail","derange","derate","derby"
  452. DATA "derbyshire","dereference","deregulate","deregulatory","derek","derelict","deride","derision","derisive","derivate","derive","derogate","derogatory","derrick","derriere","dervish","des","descant","descartes","descend"
  453. DATA "descendant","descendent","descent","describe","description","descriptive","descriptor","desecrate","desecrater","desegregate","desert","deserve","desicate","desiderata","desideratum","design","designate","desire","desirous","desist"
  454. DATA "desk","desmond","desolate","desolater","desorption","despair","desperado","desperate","despicable","despise","despite","despoil","despond","despondent","despot","despotic","dessert","dessicate","destabilize","destinate"
  455. DATA "destine","destiny","destitute","destroy","destruct","destructor","desuetude","desultory","detach","detail","detain","detect","detector","detent","detente","detention","deter","detergent","deteriorate","determinant"
  456. DATA "determinate","determine","deterred","deterrent","deterring","detest","detestation","detonable","detonate","detour","detoxify","detract","detractor","detriment","detroit","deuce","deus","deuterate","deuterium","deuteron"
  457. DATA "devastate","develop","deviant","deviate","device","devil","devilish","devious","devise","devisee","devoid","devolution","devolve","devon","devonshire","devote","devotee","devotion","devour","devout"
  458. DATA "dew","dewar","dewdrop","dewey","dewitt","dewy","dexter","dexterity","dextrose","dextrous","dey","dhabi","dharma","diabase","diabetes","diabetic","diabolic","diachronic","diacritic","diacritical"
  459. DATA "diadem","diagnosable","diagnose","diagnoses","diagnosis","diagnostic","diagnostician","diagonal","diagram","diagrammatic","dial","dialect","dialectic","dialogue","dialup","dialysis","diamagnetic","diamagnetism","diameter","diamond"
  460. DATA "diana","diane","dianne","diaper","diaphanous","diaphragm","diary","diathermy","diathesis","diatom","diatomaceous","diatomic","diatonic","diatribe","dibble","dice","dichloride","dichondra","dichotomize","dichotomous"
  461. DATA "dichotomy","dick","dickcissel","dickens","dickerson","dickey","dickinson","dickson","dicotyledon","dicta","dictate","dictatorial","diction","dictionary","dictum","did","didactic","diddle","didn't","dido"
  462. DATA "die","diebold","died","diego","diehard","dieldrin","dielectric","diem","diesel","diet","dietary","dietetic","diethylstilbestrol","dietician","dietrich","diety","dietz","diffeomorphic","diffeomorphism","differ"
  463. DATA "different","differentiable","differential","differentiate","difficult","difficulty","diffident","diffract","diffractometer","diffuse","diffusible","diffusion","diffusive","difluoride","dig","digest","digestible","digestion","digestive","digging"
  464. DATA "digit","digital","digitalis","digitate","dignify","dignitary","dignity","digram","digress","digression","dihedral","dilapidate","dilatation","dilate","dilatory","dilemma","dilettante","diligent","dill","dillon"
  465. DATA "dilogarithm","diluent","dilute","dilution","dim","dime","dimension","dimethyl","diminish","diminution","diminutive","dimple","din","dinah","dine","ding","dinghy","dingo","dingy","dinnertime"
  466. DATA "dinnerware","dinosaur","dint","diocesan","diocese","diode","dionysian","dionysus","diophantine","diopter","diorama","diorite","dioxide","dip","diphtheria","diphthong","diploid","diploidy","diploma","diplomacy"
  467. DATA "diplomat","diplomatic","dipole","dirac","dire","direct","director","directorate","directorial","directory","directrices","directrix","dirge","dirichlet","dirt","dirty","dis","disaccharide","disambiguate","disastrous"
  468. DATA "disburse","disc","discern","discernible","disciple","disciplinarian","disciplinary","discipline","disco","discoid","discomfit","discordant","discovery","discreet","discrepant","discrete","discretion","discretionary","discriminable","discriminant"
  469. DATA "discriminate","discriminatory","discus","discuss","discussant","discussion","disdain","disdainful","disembowel","disgruntle","disgustful","dish","dishes","dishevel","dishwasher","dishwater","disjunct","disk","dismal","dismissal"
  470. DATA "disney","disneyland","disparage","disparate","dispel","dispelled","dispelling","dispensable","dispensary","dispensate","dispense","dispersal","disperse","dispersible","dispersion","dispersive","disposable","disposal","disputant","dispute"
  471. DATA "disquietude","disquisition","disrupt","disruption","disruptive","dissemble","disseminate","dissension","dissertation","dissident","dissipate","dissociable","dissociate","dissonant","dissuade","distaff","distal","distant","distillate","distillery"
  472. DATA "distinct","distinguish","distort","distortion","distraught","distribution","distributive","distributor","district","disturb","disturbance","disulfide","disyllable","ditch","dither","ditto","ditty","ditzel","diurnal","diva"
  473. DATA "divalent","divan","dive","diverge","divergent","diverse","diversify","diversion","diversionary","divert","divest","divestiture","divide","dividend","divination","divine","divisible","division","divisional","divisive"
  474. DATA "divisor","divorce","divorcee","divulge","dixie","dixieland","dixon","dizzy","djakarta","dna","dnieper","do","dobbin","dobbs","doberman","dobson","docile","dock","docket","dockside"
  475. DATA "dockyard","doctor","doctoral","doctorate","doctrinaire","doctrinal","doctrine","document","documentary","documentation","dod","dodd","dodecahedra","dodecahedral","dodecahedron","dodge","dodo","dodson","doe","doesn't"
  476. DATA "doff","dog","dogbane","dogberry","doge","dogfish","dogging","doggone","doghouse","dogleg","dogma","dogmatic","dogmatism","dogtooth","dogtrot","dogwood","doherty","dolan","dolce","doldrum"
  477. DATA "doldrums","dole","doleful","doll","dollar","dollop","dolly","dolomite","dolomitic","dolores","dolphin","dolt","doltish","domain","dome","domenico","domesday","domestic","domesticate","domicile"
  478. DATA "dominant","dominate","domineer","domingo","dominic","dominican","dominick","dominion","dominique","domino","don","don't","donahue","donald","donaldson","donate","done","doneck","donkey","donna"
  479. DATA "donnelly","donner","donnybrook","donor","donovan","doodle","dooley","doolittle","doom","doomsday","door","doorbell","doorkeep","doorkeeper","doorknob","doorman","doormen","doorstep","doorway","dopant"
  480. DATA "dope","doppler","dora","dorado","dorcas","dorchester","doreen","doria","doric","doris","dormant","dormitory","dorothea","dorothy","dorset","dortmund","dosage","dose","dosimeter","dossier"
  481. DATA "dostoevsky","dot","dote","double","doubleday","doubleheader","doublet","doubleton","doubloon","doubt","doubtful","douce","doug","dough","dougherty","doughnut","douglas","douglass","dour","douse"
  482. DATA "dove","dovekie","dovetail","dow","dowager","dowel","dowitcher","dowling","down","downbeat","downcast","downdraft","downey","downfall","downgrade","downhill","downing","downplay","downpour","downright"
  483. DATA "downriver","downs","downside","downslope","downspout","downstairs","downstate","downstream","downtown","downtrend","downtrodden","downturn","downward","downwind","dowry","doyle","doze","dozen","dr","drab"
  484. DATA "draco","draft","draftee","draftsman","draftsmen","draftsperson","drafty","drag","dragging","dragnet","dragon","dragonfly","dragonhead","dragoon","drain","drainage","drake","dram","drama","dramatic"
  485. DATA "dramatist","dramaturgy","drank","drape","drapery","drastic","draw","drawback","drawbridge","drawl","drawn","dread","dreadful","dreadnought","dream","dreamboat","dreamlike","dreamt","dreamy","dreary"
  486. DATA "dredge","dreg","drench","dress","dressmake","dressy","drew","drexel","dreyfuss","drib","dribble","dried","drier","drift","drill","drink","drip","drippy","driscoll","drive"
  487. DATA "driven","driveway","drizzle","drizzly","droll","dromedary","drone","drool","droop","droopy","drop","drophead","droplet","dropout","drosophila","dross","drought","drove","drown","drowse"
  488. DATA "drowsy","drub","drudge","drudgery","drug","drugging","drugstore","druid","drum","drumhead","drumlin","drummond","drunk","drunkard","drunken","drury","dry","dryad","dryden","du"
  489. DATA "dual","dualism","duane","dub","dubhe","dubious","dubitable","dublin","ducat","duchess","duck","duckling","duct","ductile","ductwork","dud","dudley","due","duel","duet"
  490. DATA "duff","duffel","duffy","dug","dugan","dugout","duke","dukedom","dulcet","dull","dully","dulse","duluth","duly","duma","dumb","dumbbell","dummy","dump","dumpty"
  491. DATA "dumpy","dun","dunbar","duncan","dunce","dune","dunedin","dung","dungeon","dunham","dunk","dunkirk","dunlap","dunlop","dunn","duopolist","duopoly","dupe","duplex","duplicable"
  492. DATA "duplicate","duplicity","dupont","duquesne","durable","durance","durango","duration","durer","duress","durham","during","durkee","durkin","durrell","durward","dusenberg","dusenbury","dusk","dusky"
  493. DATA "dusseldorf","dust","dustbin","dusty","dutch","dutchess","dutchman","dutchmen","dutiable","dutiful","dutton","duty","dwarf","dwarves","dwell","dwelt","dwight","dwindle","dwyer","dyad"
  494. DATA "dyadic","dye","dyeing","dyer","dying","dyke","dylan","dynamic","dynamism","dynamite","dynamo","dynast","dynastic","dynasty","dyne","dysentery","dyspeptic","dysplasia","dysprosium","dystrophy"
  495. DATA "e","e'er","e's","e.g","each","eagan","eager","eagle","ear","eardrum","earl","earmark","earn","earnest","earphone","earring","earsplitting","earth","earthen","earthenware"
  496. DATA "earthmen","earthmove","earthmover","earthmoving","earthquake","earthshaking","earthworm","earthy","earwig","ease","easel","east","eastbound","eastern","easternmost","eastland","eastman","eastward","eastwood","easy"
  497. DATA "easygoing","eat","eaten","eater","eaton","eave","eavesdrop","eavesdropped","eavesdropper","eavesdropping","ebb","eben","ebony","ebullient","eccentric","eccles","ecclesiastic","echelon","echidna","echinoderm"
  498. DATA "echo","echoes","eclat","eclectic","eclipse","ecliptic","eclogue","ecole","ecology","econometric","econometrica","economic","economist","economy","ecosystem","ecstasy","ecstatic","ectoderm","ectopic","ecuador"
  499. DATA "ecumenic","ecumenist","ed","eddie","eddy","edelweiss","edematous","eden","edgar","edge","edgerton","edgewise","edging","edgy","edible","edict","edifice","edify","edinburgh","edison"
  500. DATA "edit","edith","edition","editor","editorial","edmonds","edmondson","edmonton","edmund","edna","edt","eduardo","educable","educate","edward","edwardian","edwardine","edwards","edwin","edwina"
  501. DATA "eel","eelgrass","eeoc","eerie","eerily","efface","effaceable","effect","effectual","effectuate","effeminate","efferent","effete","efficacious","efficacy","efficient","effie","effloresce","efflorescent","effluent"
  502. DATA "effluvia","effluvium","effort","effusion","effusive","eft","egalitarian","egan","egg","egghead","eggplant","eggshell","ego","egocentric","egotism","egotist","egregious","egress","egret","egypt"
  503. DATA "egyptian","eh","ehrlich","eider","eidetic","eigenfunction","eigenspace","eigenstate","eigenvalue","eigenvector","eight","eighteen","eighteenth","eightfold","eighth","eightieth","eighty","eileen","einstein","einsteinian"
  504. DATA "einsteinium","eire","eisenhower","eisner","either","ejaculate","eject","ejector","eke","ekstrom","ektachrome","el","elaborate","elaine","elan","elapse","elastic","elastomer","elate","elba"
  505. DATA "elbow","elder","eldest","eldon","eleanor","eleazar","elect","elector","electoral","electorate","electra","electress","electret","electric","electrician","electrify","electro","electrocardiogram","electrocardiograph","electrode"
  506. DATA "electroencephalogram","electroencephalograph","electroencephalography","electrolysis","electrolyte","electrolytic","electron","electronic","electrophoresis","electrophorus","elegant","elegiac","elegy","element","elementary","elena","elephant","elephantine","elevate","eleven"
  507. DATA "eleventh","elfin","elgin","eli","elicit","elide","eligible","elijah","eliminate","elinor","eliot","elisabeth","elisha","elision","elite","elizabeth","elizabethan","elk","elkhart","ell"
  508. DATA "ella","ellen","elliot","elliott","ellipse","ellipsis","ellipsoid","ellipsoidal","ellipsometer","elliptic","ellis","ellison","ellsworth","ellwood","elm","elmer","elmhurst","elmira","elmsford","eloise"
  509. DATA "elongate","elope","eloquent","else","elsevier","elsewhere","elsie","elsinore","elton","eluate","elucidate","elude","elusive","elute","elution","elves","ely","elysee","elysian","em"
  510. DATA "emaciate","emanate","emancipate","emanuel","emasculate","embalm","embank","embarcadero","embargo","embargoes","embark","embarrass","embassy","embattle","embed","embeddable","embedded","embedder","embedding","embellish"
  511. DATA "ember","embezzle","emblazon","emblem","emblematic","embodiment","embody","embolden","emboss","embouchure","embower","embrace","embraceable","embrittle","embroider","embroidery","embroil","embryo","embryology","embryonic"
  512. DATA "emcee","emendable","emerald","emerge","emergent","emeriti","emeritus","emerson","emery","emigrant","emigrate","emil","emile","emilio","emily","eminent","emirate","emissary","emission","emissivity"
  513. DATA "emit","emittance","emitted","emitter","emitting","emma","emmanuel","emmett","emolument","emory","emotion","emotional","empathy","emperor","emphases","emphasis","emphatic","emphysema","emphysematous","empire"
  514. DATA "empiric","emplace","employ","employed","employee","employer","employing","emporium","empower","empress","empty","emulate","emulsify","emulsion","en","enable","enamel","encapsulate","encephalitis","enchantress"
  515. DATA "enclave","encomia","encomium","encore","encroach","encryption","encumber","encumbrance","encyclopedic","end","endemic","endgame","endicott","endoderm","endogamous","endogamy","endogenous","endomorphism","endorse","endosperm"
  516. DATA "endothelial","endothermic","endow","endpoint","endurance","endure","enemy","energetic","energy","enervate","enfant","enfield","enforceable","enforcible","eng","engage","engel","engine","engineer","england"
  517. DATA "englander","engle","englewood","english","englishman","englishmen","enhance","enid","enigma","enigmatic","enjoinder","enlargeable","enliven","enmity","enoch","enol","enormity","enormous","enos","enough"
  518. DATA "enquire","enquiry","enrico","enrollee","ensconce","ensemble","enstatite","entendre","enter","enterprise","entertain","enthalpy","enthrall","enthusiasm","enthusiast","enthusiastic","entice","entire","entirety","entity"
  519. DATA "entomology","entourage","entranceway","entrant","entrepreneur","entrepreneurial","entropy","entry","enumerable","enumerate","enunciable","enunciate","envelop","envelope","enviable","envious","environ","envoy","envy","enzymatic"
  520. DATA "enzyme","enzymology","eocene","eohippus","eosine","epa","epaulet","ephemeral","ephemerides","ephemeris","ephesian","ephesus","ephraim","epic","epicure","epicurean","epicycle","epicyclic","epidemic","epidemiology"
  521. DATA "epidermic","epidermis","epigenetic","epigram","epigrammatic","epigraph","epileptic","epilogue","epimorphism","epiphany","epiphyseal","epiphysis","episcopal","episcopalian","episcopate","episode","episodic","epistemology","epistle","epistolatory"
  522. DATA "epitaph","epitaxial","epitaxy","epithelial","epithelium","epithet","epitome","epoch","epochal","epoxy","epsilon","epsom","epstein","equable","equal","equanimity","equate","equatorial","equestrian","equidistant"
  523. DATA "equilateral","equilibrate","equilibria","equilibrium","equine","equinoctial","equinox","equip","equipoise","equipotent","equipped","equipping","equitable","equitation","equity","equivalent","equivocal","equivocate","era","eradicable"
  524. DATA "eradicate","erasable","erase","erasmus","erastus","erasure","erato","eratosthenes","erbium","erda","ere","erect","erg","ergative","ergodic","eric","erich","erickson","ericsson","erie"
  525. DATA "erik","erlenmeyer","ernest","ernestine","ernie","ernst","erode","erodible","eros","erosible","erosion","erosive","erotic","erotica","err","errancy","errand","errant","errantry","errata"
  526. DATA "erratic","erratum","errol","erroneous","error","ersatz","erskine","erudite","erudition","erupt","eruption","ervin","erwin","escadrille","escalate","escapade","escape","escapee","escheat","escherichia"
  527. DATA "eschew","escort","escritoire","escrow","escutcheon","eskimo","esmark","esophagi","esoteric","especial","espionage","esplanade","esposito","espousal","espouse","esprit","esquire","essay","essen","essence"
  528. DATA "essential","essex","est","establish","estate","esteem","estella","ester","estes","esther","estimable","estimate","estonia","estop","estoppal","estrange","estuarine","estuary","et","eta"
  529. DATA "etc","etch","eternal","eternity","ethan","ethane","ethanol","ethel","ether","ethereal","ethic","ethiopia","ethnic","ethnography","ethnology","ethology","ethos","ethyl","ethylene","etiology"
  530. DATA "etiquette","etruscan","etude","etymology","eucalyptus","eucharist","euclid","euclidean","eucre","eugene","eugenia","eugenic","eukaryote","euler","eulerian","eulogy","eumenides","eunice","euphemism","euphemist"
  531. DATA "euphorbia","euphoria","euphoric","euphrates","eurasia","eureka","euridyce","euripides","europa","europe","european","europium","eurydice","eutectic","euterpe","euthanasia","eva","evacuate","evade","evaluable"
  532. DATA "evaluate","evanescent","evangel","evangelic","evans","evanston","evansville","evaporate","evasion","evasive","eve","evelyn","even","evenhanded","evensong","event","eventful","eventide","eventual","eventuate"
  533. DATA "eveready","everett","everglades","evergreen","everhart","everlasting","every","everybody","everyday","everyman","everyone","everything","everywhere","evict","evident","evidential","evil","evildoer","evince","evocable"
  534. DATA "evocate","evocation","evoke","evolution","evolutionary","evolve","evzone","ewe","ewing","ex","exacerbate","exact","exacter","exaggerate","exalt","exaltation","exam","examination","examine","example"
  535. DATA "exasperate","exasperater","excavate","exceed","excel","excelled","excellent","excelling","excelsior","except","exception","exceptional","excerpt","excess","excessive","exchange","exchangeable","exchequer","excisable","excise"
  536. DATA "excision","excitation","excitatory","excite","exciton","exclaim","exclamation","exclamatory","exclude","exclusion","exclusionary","exclusive","excommunicate","excoriate","excrescent","excrete","excretion","excretory","excruciate","exculpate"
  537. DATA "exculpatory","excursion","excursus","excusable","excuse","execrable","execrate","execute","execution","executive","executor","executrix","exegesis","exegete","exemplar","exemplary","exemplify","exempt","exemption","exercisable"
  538. DATA "exercise","exert","exeter","exhale","exhaust","exhaustible","exhaustion","exhaustive","exhibit","exhibition","exhibitor","exhilarate","exhort","exhortation","exhumation","exhume","exigent","exile","exist","existent"
  539. DATA "existential","exit","exodus","exogamous","exogamy","exogenous","exonerate","exorbitant","exorcise","exorcism","exorcist","exoskeleton","exothermic","exotic","exotica","expand","expanse","expansible","expansion","expansive"
  540. DATA "expatiate","expect","expectant","expectation","expectorant","expectorate","expedient","expedite","expedition","expeditious","expel","expellable","expelled","expelling","expend","expenditure","expense","expensive","experience","experiential"
  541. DATA "experiment","experimentation","expert","expertise","expiable","expiate","expiration","expire","explain","explanation","explanatory","expletive","explicable","explicate","explicit","explode","exploit","exploitation","exploration","exploratory"
  542. DATA "explore","explosion","explosive","exponent","exponential","exponentiate","export","exportation","expose","exposit","exposition","expositor","expository","exposure","expound","express","expressible","expression","expressive","expressway"
  543. DATA "expropriate","expulsion","expunge","expurgate","exquisite","extant","extemporaneous","extempore","extend","extendible","extensible","extension","extensive","extensor","extent","extenuate","exterior","exterminate","external","extinct"
  544. DATA "extinguish","extirpate","extol","extolled","extoller","extolling","extort","extra","extracellular","extract","extractor","extracurricular","extraditable","extradite","extradition","extralegal","extralinguistic","extramarital","extramural","extraneous"
  545. DATA "extraordinary","extrapolate","extraterrestrial","extravagant","extravaganza","extrema","extremal","extreme","extremis","extremum","extricable","extricate","extrinsic","extroversion","extrovert","extrude","extrusion","extrusive","exuberant","exudate"
  546. DATA "exudation","exude","exult","exultant","exultation","exxon","eye","eyeball","eyebright","eyebrow","eyed","eyeful","eyeglass","eyelash","eyelet","eyelid","eyepiece","eyesight","eyesore","eyewitness"
  547. DATA "ezekiel","ezra","f","f's","faa","faber","fabian","fable","fabric","fabricate","fabulous","facade","face","faceplate","facet","facetious","facial","facile","facilitate","facsimile"
  548. DATA "fact","factious","facto","factor","factorial","factory","factual","facultative","faculty","fad","fade","fadeout","faery","fafnir","fag","fahey","fahrenheit","fail","failsafe","failsoft"
  549. DATA "failure","fain","faint","fair","fairchild","fairfax","fairfield","fairgoer","fairport","fairway","fairy","faith","faithful","fake","falcon","falconry","fall","fallacious","fallacy","fallen"
  550. DATA "fallible","falloff","fallout","fallow","falmouth","false","falsehood","falsify","falstaff","falter","fame","familial","familiar","familiarly","familism","family","famine","famish","famous","fan"
  551. DATA "fanatic","fanciful","fancy","fanfare","fanfold","fang","fangled","fanny","fanout","fantasia","fantasist","fantastic","fantasy","fantod","far","farad","faraday","farber","farce","farcical"
  552. DATA "fare","farewell","farfetched","fargo","farina","farkas","farley","farm","farmhouse","farmington","farmland","farnsworth","faro","farrell","farsighted","farther","farthest","fascicle","fasciculate","fascinate"
  553. DATA "fascism","fascist","fashion","fast","fasten","fastidious","fat","fatal","fate","fateful","father","fathom","fatigue","fatima","fatten","fatty","fatuous","faucet","faulkner","fault"
  554. DATA "faulty","faun","fauna","faust","faustian","faustus","fawn","fay","fayette","fayetteville","faze","fbi","fcc","fda","fe","fealty","fear","fearful","fearsome","feasible"
  555. DATA "feast","feat","feather","featherbed","featherbedding","featherbrain","feathertop","featherweight","feathery","feature","feb","febrile","february","fecund","fed","fedders","federal","federate","fedora","fee"
  556. DATA "feeble","feed","feedback","feel","feeney","feet","feign","feint","feldman","feldspar","felice","felicia","felicitous","felicity","feline","felix","fell","fellow","felon","felonious"
  557. DATA "felony","felsite","felt","female","feminine","feminism","feminist","femur","fence","fencepost","fend","fennel","fenton","fenugreek","ferber","ferdinand","ferguson","fermat","ferment","fermentation"
  558. DATA "fermi","fermion","fermium","fern","fernando","fernery","ferocious","ferocity","ferreira","ferrer","ferret","ferric","ferris","ferrite","ferroelectric","ferromagnet","ferromagnetic","ferromagnetism","ferrous","ferruginous"
  559. DATA "ferrule","ferry","fertile","fervent","fescue","fest","festival","festive","fetal","fetch","fete","fetid","fetish","fetter","fettle","fetus","feud","feudal","feudatory","fever"