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ENTASIA TAENIAS BANTIES BASINET BESAINT* BESTAIN* ACETINS CANIEST* CINEAST DESTAIN DETAINS INSTEAD NIDATES SAINTED SATINED* STAINED ETESIAN FAINEST FANSITE+* NAIFEST* EASTING EATINGS GAINEST* GENISTA* INGATES INGESTA SEATING TAGINES* TANGIES* a spasmodic contraction of a muscle [n -S] TAENIA, a headband worn in ancient Greece [n] BANTY, a bantam (a small fowl) [n] a light helmet, also BASCINET, BASNET [n -S] to make a saint of [v -ED, -ING, -S] to stain all over [v -ED, -ING, -S] ACETIN, a chemical compound [n] CANY, like cane [adj] a devotee of motion pictures, also CINEASTE [n -S] to rid of stain [v -ED, -ING, -S] DETAIN, to hold in custody [v] as a substitute or alternative [adv] NIDATE, to become implanted in the uterus [v] SAINT, to hail as a person of exceptional holiness [v] SATIN, to make smooth like satin material [v] STAIN, to discolour [v] an annually recurring wind [n -S] FAIN, joyful (happy (marked by joy)) [adj] a website devoted to fans of a particular celebrity, TV programme, etc [n -S] NAIF, naive (lacking sophistication) [adj] a movement toward the east [n -S] EATING, the act of consuming food [n] GAIN, near (situated within a short distance) [adj] a plant [n -S] INGATE, an inlet for molten metal in founding [n] ingested material [n] material for covering seats [n -S] TAGINE, a clay pot, also TAJINE [n] TANGIE, a water-spirit [n]

TEASING TSIGANE* SHEITAN STHENIA

the act of teasing [n -S] a Hungarian gypsy [n -S] an evil spirit, also SHAITAN [n -S] excessive energy [n -S]

ISATINEa chemical compound, also ISATIN [n -S] JANTIES* TAJINES* INTAKES KENTIAS* TANKIES* EASTLIN* ELASTIN ENTAILS NAILSET SALIENT SALTINE SLAINTE STANIEL* TENAILS ETAMINS INMATES MAINEST* MANTIES* TAMEINS TAMINES* INANEST JANTY, one who is self-assured [n] TAJINE, a clay pot, also TAGINE [n] INTAKE, the act of taking in [n] KENTIA, a feather palm [n] TANKY, a hard line communist [n] easterly, also EASTLING [adj] a bodily protein [n -S] ENTAIL, to restrict inheritance to a specified line [v] a steel rod for driving a nail into something [n -S] an outward-pointing angle of a fortification [n -S] a salted cracker [n -S] used to toast one's health [interj] the kestrel (a small falcon (a bird of prey)) [n -S] TENAIL, an outer defence, also TENAILLE [n] ETAMIN, a loosely woven fabric, also ETAMINE [n] INMATE, one who is confined to an institution [n] MAIN, principal, also LAME [adj] MANTY, a ladies outer garment worn in the 17c [n] TAMEIN, a garment worn by Burmese women [n] TAMINE, a fabric [n] INANE, senseless [adj]

NANITES+* NANITE, a microscopically small machine or device, perhaps only a few atoms wide, manufactured using nanotechnology, also NANOMACHINE [n] STANINE TANNIES* ATONIES one of nine classes into which a set of scores is divided [n -S] TANNIE, (Afrikaans) literally aunt, a title of respect for an elderly woman [n] ATONY, muscular debility, also ATONIA [n]

PANTIES PATINES SAPIENT SPINATE ANESTRI ANTSIER NASTIER RATINES RESIANT* RETAINS RETINAS RETSINA STAINER STARNIE* STEARIN ENTASIS NASTIES SEITANS SESTINA TANSIES TISANES INSTATE SATINET AUNTIES SINUATE NAIVEST NATIVES VAINEST AWNIEST* TAWNIES

PANTIE, a woman's or child's undergarment, also PANTY [n] PATINE, to cover with a patina [v] wise (having wisdom (the quality of being wise)) [adj] / a wise person [n -S] bearing thorns [adj] ANESTRUS, a period of sexual dormancy, also ANOESTRUS [n] ANTSY, fidgety (restless (unable to remain at rest)) [adj] NASTY, ill-natured [adj] RATINE, a heavy fabric [n] a residence, also RESIANCE [n -S] RETAIN, to keep possession of [v] RETINA, a membrane of the eye [n] a resin-flavoured Greek wine [n -S] that which stains [n -S] a star [n -S] the solid portion of a fat, also STEARINE [n -S] a slight convexity in a column [n ENTASES] NASTY, something that is offensive [n] SEITAN, a food made from wheat gluten, also SEITEN [n] a type of verse form, also SESTINE [n -S] TANSY, a perennial herb [n] TISANE, a tea of herbs or barley, also PTISAN [n] to install in office [v INSTATED, INSTATING, INSTATES] a thin satin [n -S] AUNTY, an aunt, also AUNTIE [n] to curve in and out [v SINUATED, SINUATING, SINUATES] NAIVE, lacking sophistication [adj] NATIVE, one who belongs naturally to an area [n] VAIN, filled with undue admiration for oneself [adj] AWNY, bristly like an awn [adj] TAWNY, light brown, also TAWNEY [n]

WANIEST WANTIES* ANTISEX SEXTAIN ZANIEST ZEATINS

WANY, waning in some parts, also WANEY [adj] WANTY, a horse's belt [n] opposed to sexual activity [adj] a stanza of six lines [n -S] ZANY, crazy or clownish [adj] ZEATIN, a chemical compound [n]

SATINE+?? BASANITE* ESTANCIA FANTASIE SAGINATE* ASTHENIA AMENTIAS ANIMATES ANTISERA ARTESIAN* RATANIES RESINATA* SANTERIA SEATRAIN ENTASIAS ASTATINE SANITATE SANATIVE ANATEXIS+* BASCINET* CABINETS BANDIEST* BETAINES a black jasper [n -S] a cattle ranch [n -S] a free-form musical composition, also FANTASIA [n -S] to fatten (to make fat (having an abundance of flesh)) [v SAGINATED, SAGINATING, SAGINATES] a lack of strength, also ASTHENY [n -S] AMENTIA, mental deficiency [n] ANIMATE, to give life to [v] serums that contain antibodies [n] type of well [adj] RATANY, a South American shrub, also RHATANY [n] a Greek white wine [n -S] a religion of the Caribbean region [n -S] a ship equipped to carry railroad cars [n -S] ENTASIA, a spasmodic contraction of a muscle [n] a radioactive element [n -S] to clean and sterilize, also SANITISE, SANITIZE [v SANITATED, SANITATING, SANITATES] having the power to cure or heal [adj] the partial melting of rocks, esp in the formation of metamorphic rocks [n ANATEXES] a light helmet, also BASINET, BASNET [n -S] CABINET, a piece of furniture with shelves and drawers [n] BANDY, having crooked legs [adj] BETAINE, an alkaloid (a type of chemical compound) [n]

BEASTING+* BEATINGS ABSINTHE BAINITES* BEATNIKS SNAKEBIT INSTABLE AMBIENTS BOTANIES BOTANISE NIOBATES OBEISANT BEPAINTS ATEBRINS* BANISTER BARNIEST BASINETS BASSINET BESAINTS* BESTAINS* TABINETS* DANCIEST* DISTANCE CINEASTE FANCIEST ASTHENIC CHANTIES ANTICISE* CANITIES CANISTEL

BEAST, to punish or torture (someone) in a manner that involves excessive physical exercise [v] BEATING, a defeat [n] a bitter liqueur [n -S] BAINITE, a byproduct of steel treatment [n] BEATNIK, a bohemian or non-conformist [n] unlucky (not lucky) [adj] unstable (not stable) [adj] AMBIENT, the mood or atmosphere of a place or situation, also AMBIANCE, AMBIENCE [n] BOTANY, the science of plants [n] to collect plants for study, also BOTANIZE [v BOTANISED, BOTANISING, BOTANISES] NIOBATE, a salt of niobium [n] showing respect [adj] BEPAINT, to colour (to paint, also COLOR) [v] ATEBRIN, an anti-malaria powder, also ATABRIN [n] a stair hand-rail [n -S] BARNY, like a barn [adj] BASINET, a light helmet, also BASCINET, BASNET [n] a basket used as a bed for a baby [n -S] BESAINT, to make a saint of [v] BESTAIN, to stain all over [v] TABINET, a delicate material, also TABBINET [n] DANCY, (Esp of electronic music) suitable for dancing to, also DANCEY [adj] to move far from a particular point [v DISTANCED, DISTANCING, DISTANCES] a devotee of motion pictures, also CINEAST [n -S] FANCY, ornamental [adj] a slender, lightly muscled person [n -S] CHANTIE, a type of song (a musical composition written for singing) [n] to play antics, also ANTICIZE [v ANTICISED, ANTICISING, ANTICISES] the turning grey of the hair [n CANITIES] a tropical tree [n -S]

AMNESTIC SEMANTIC ANCIENTS CANNIEST INSECTAN INSTANCE ACONITES CANOEIST SONICATE CANISTER CARNIEST* CERATINS CISTERNA CREATINS NACRITES* SCANTIER TACRINES CINEASTS SCANTIES CANTIEST* ENTASTIC NICTATES TETANICS CISTVAEN* VESICANT CYANITES ZINCATES DANDIEST ANDESITE SEDATING

pertaining to amnesia (loss of memory) [adj] pertaining to meaning (the sense intended) [adj] ANCIENT, an aged man [n] CANNIE, prudent, also CANNY [adj] pertaining to insects (a small invertebrate segmented animal) [adj] to cite as an example [v INSTANCED, INSTANCING, INSTANCES] ACONITE, a poisonous herb, also ACONITUM [n] one who canoes (to paddle a small slender boat) [n -S] to disrupt with sound waves [v SONICATED, SONICATING, SONICATES] a small metal box [n -S] CARNY, cunning (crafty (skillful in deceiving)) [adj] CERATIN, a fibrous protein [n] a fluid-containing sac [n CISTERNAE] CREATIN, a chemical found within vertebrate muscle, also CREATINE, KREATINE [n] NACRITE, a clay mineral [n] SCANTY, meagre (inadequate, also MEAGER) [adj] TACRINE, a drug for treating Alzheimer's disease [n] CINEAST, a devotee of motion pictures, also CINEASTE [n] brief panties for women [n] CANTY, lively (full of energy) [adj] pertaining to a entasis (a slight convexity in a column) [adj] NICTATE, to wink NICTATED [v] TETANIC, a drug capable of causing convulsions [n] a cist (a prehistoric stone tomb, also KISTVAEN) [n -S] a chemical warfare agent that induces blistering [n -S] CYANITE, a mineral, also KYANITE [n] ZINCATE, a chemical salt [n] DANDY, fine (delicate) [adj] a volcanic rock, also ANDESYTE [n -S] SEDATE, to administer a sedative to [v]

STEADING HANDIEST ADENITIS DAINTIES MEDIANTS TIDESMAN* ASTONIED SEDATION DEPAINTS DETRAINS RANDIEST STRAINED DESTAINS SANDIEST INSTATED AUDIENTS SINUATED DEVIANTS DESYATIN* SAGENITE* ETAMINES MATINEES MISEATEN SEMINATE* ARENITES ARSENITE RESINATE STEARINE TRAINEES ETESIANS

a small farm [n -S] HANDY, convenient [adj] inflammation of glands [n -ES] DAINTY, something that is tasteful [n] MEDIANT, a type of musical tone [n] a customs officer [n TIDESMEN] ASTONY, to amaze or shock, also ASTONISH, ASTONE [v] the reduction of stress by sedatives [n -S] DEPAINT, to depict (to portray (to depict)) [v] DETRAIN, to alight from a train [v] RANDY, lustful (full of lust) [adj] STRAIN, to exert to the utmost [v] DESTAIN, to rid of stain [v] SANDY, covered with sand [adj] INSTATE, to install in office [v] AUDIENT, a hearer (one that hears (to perceive by the ear)) [n] SINUATE, to curve in and out [v] DEVIANT, one who deviates from the norm [n] a Russian measurement of land [n -S] a mineral of needle-like crystals [n -S] ETAMINE, a loosely woven fabric, also ETAMIN [n] MATINEE, a daytime performance [n] MISEAT, to eat improperly [v] to sow (to scatter seeds for a crop) [v SEMINATED, SEMINATING, SEMINATES] ARENITE, rock composed of sand grains [n] a chemical salt [n -S] to treat with a viscous substance, also RESIN [v RESINATED, RESINATING, RESINATES] the solid portion of a fat, also STEARIN [n -S] TRAINEE, one who receives training [n] ETESIAN, an annually recurring wind [n]

TENIASES ANISETTE TETANIES TETANISE NAIVETES FEASTING FAINITES* INFLATES MANIFEST INFANTES FAINTERS FENITARS* FANSITES+* FAINTEST FAWNIEST NAGGIEST GAHNITES HEATINGS* EASTLING* GELATINS GENITALS STEALING TAGLINES MANGIEST MINTAGES MISAGENT STEAMING TEAMINGS* ANTIGENS GENTIANS

TENIASIS, an infestation with tapeworms [n] a liqueur prepared from aniseed [n -S] TETANY, a condition marked by painful muscular spasms [n] to affect with convulsions, also TETANIZE [v TETANISED, TETANISING, TETANISES] NAIVETE, the quality of being naive, also NAIVETY [n] the act of feasting [n -S] a plea for a truce [interj] INFLATE, to expand with air or gas [v] to show clearly [v -ED, -ING, -S] INFANTE, a younger son of a Portuguese or Spanish monarch [n] FAINTER, one that faints (to lose consciousness) [n] FENITAR, a plant once used to treat scurvy, also FUMITORY, FEMETARY, FEMITER [n] FANSITE, a website devoted to fans of a particular celebrity, TV programme, etc [n] FAINT, lacking strength [adj] FAWNY, yellowish-brown color [adj] NAGGY, given to nagging [adj] GAHNITE, a mineral [n] HEATING, the provision of heat for a building [n] easterly, also EASTLIN [adj] GELATIN, a glutinous substance, also GELATINE [n] the sexual organs [n] the act of stealing [n -S] TAGLINE, the final line of a play or joke that makes the point [n] MANGEY, affected with mange, also MANGY [adj] MINTAGE, the act of minting (to process or stamp coins) [n] a bad agent [n -S] a method of cooking [n -S] TEAMING, driven by team [n] ANTIGEN, a substance that stimulates the production of antibodies, also ANTIGENE [n] GENTIAN, a flowering plant [n]

STEANING* ANGRIEST ANGSTIER* ASTRINGE GANISTER GANTRIES GRANITES INGRATES RANGIEST REASTING* STEARING* TASERING* EASTINGS GENISTAS* GIANTESS SEATINGS TEASINGS* TSIGANES* ESTATING TANGIEST SAUTEING UNITAGES VINTAGES SWEATING YEASTING TZIGANES INSHEATH HEMATINS PENTHIAS* THESPIAN

a stone lining [n -S] ANGRY, feeling hostility [adj] ANGSTY, feeling anxious [adj] to draw together [v ASTRINGED, ASTRINGING, ASTRINGES] a type of rock [n -S] GANTRY, a structure for supporting railroad signals, also GAUNTRY [n] GRANITE, a type of rock [n] INGRATE, an ungrateful person [n] RANGY, tall and slender [adj] REAST, to become rancid (rank in taste or smell) [v] STEARE, to guide (to show the way) [v] TASER, to stun with a taser gun [v] EASTING, a movement toward the east [n] GENISTA, a plant [n] a female giant (a person or thing of great size) [n -ES] SEATING, material for covering seats [n] TEASING, the act of teasing [n] TSIGANE, a Hungarian gypsy [n] ESTATE, to bestow landed property [v] TANGY, pungent (sharply affecting the organs of taste or smell) [adj] SAUTE, to fry in a small amount of fat [v] UNITAGE, amount in units [n] VINTAGE, to strip of grapes, also VINT [v] the act of sweating [n -S] YEAST, to ferment (to undergo a type of chemical reaction) [v] TZIGANE, a gypsy [n] to enclose in a sheath, also ENSHEATH [v -ED, -ING, -S] HEMATIN, a compound of hemoglobin, also HEMATINE [n] PENTHIA, a bitter plant [n] an actor or actress [n -S]

HAIRNETS INEARTHS THERIANS ANTHESIS SHANTIES SHEITANS STHENIAS HESITANT INSWATHE KAINITES ALIENIST LATINISE* LITANIES MINIATES* PATINISE* PIANISTE* INERTIAS RAINIEST ISATINES SANITIES SANITISE TENIASIS VANITIES AXINITES* SANITIZE NARTJIES* JANTIEST* JAUNTIES* LANKIEST MANKIEST*

HAIRNET, a net worn to keep the hair in place [n] INEARTH, to bury (to put in the ground and cover with earth) [v] THERIAN, a sub-class or mammal [n] a fully opened flower [n ANTHESES] SHANTY, a small, crudely built dwelling [n] SHEITAN, an evil spirit, also SHAITAN [n] STHENIA, excessive energy [n] tending to hold back [adj] to wrap around, also ENSWATHE [v INSWATHED, INSWATHING, INSWATHES] KAINITE, a mineral salt, also KAINIT [n] a person who treats mental illness [n -S] to translate into Latin, also LATINIZE [v LATINISED, LATINISING, LATINISES] LITANY, a ceremonial form of prayer [n] MINIATE, to paint vermilion [v] to give a patina to, also PATINATE, PATINIZE [v PATINISED, PATINISING, PATINISES] someone who plays the piano, also PIANIST [n -S] INERTIA, the tendency of a body to resist acceleration [n] RAINY, marked by rain [adj] ISATINE, a chemical compound, also ISATIN [n] SANITY, the state of being sane (mentally sound, also SAIN) [n] to clean and sterilize, also SANITIZE, SANITATE [v SANITISED, SANITISING, SANITISES] an infestation with tapeworms [n TENIASES] VANITY, inflated pride in oneself [n] AXINITE, a brown mineral [n] to clean and sterilize, also SANITISE, SANITATE [v SANITIZED, SANITIZING, SANITIZES] NARTJIE, a small sweet orange, also NAARTJE [n] JANTY, briskly self-assured, also JAUNTY, JANTEE, JAUNTEE [adj] JAUNTIE, a naval master-at-arms [n] LANKY, tall and thin [adj] MANKY, filthy (offensively dirty) [adj]

MISTAKEN NEATNIKS SNAKEPIT KERATINS NARKIEST* SNAKIEST UNAKITES KISTVAEN* TWANKIES WANKIEST* KYANITES AILMENTS ALIMENTS MANLIEST MELANIST SMALTINE ELATIONS INSOLATE TOENAILS PANELIST PANTILES PLAINEST ENTRAILS LARNIEST* LATRINES RATLINES RATTLINE [n] REINSTAL* RETINALS SLANTIER+* TRENAILS

MISTAKE, to interpret wrongly [v] NEATNIK, a compulsively neat person [n] a psychiatric hospital [n -S] KERATIN, a fibrous protein [n] NARKY, irritable [adj] SNAKY, resembling a snake, also SNAKEY [adj] UNAKITE, an igneous rock [n] a prehistoric stone coffin, also CIST [n -S] TWANKY, a variety of green tea [n] WANKY, contemptible [adj] KYANITE, a mineral, also CYANITE [n] AILMENT, a physical or mental disorder [n] ALIMENT, to nourish (to sustain with food) [v] MANLY, having the qualities of a man [adj] one who is affected with melanism, also MELANIC [n -S] a mineral, also SMALTITE [n -S] ELATION, a feeling of great joy [n] to expose to the sun's rays [v INSOLATED, INSOLATING, INSOLATES] TOENAIL, to fasten with obliquely driven nails [v] a member of an advisory group [n -S] PANTILE, a roofing tile [n] PLAIN, clear (undimmed (not dimmed)) [adj] ENTRAIL, to interlace [v] LARNEY, of clothes, smart [adj] LATRINE, a type of toilet [n] RATLINE, one of the ropes forming the steps of a ladder on a ship, also RATLIN, RATLING, RATTLIN,

to instal again, also REINSTALL [n -S] RETINAL, a pigment in the retina, also RETINENE [n] SLANTY, deviating from the horizontal or vertical [adj] TRENAIL, a wooden peg used to fasten timber, also TREENAIL, TRUNNEL [n]

EASTLINS* ELASTINS NAILSETS SALIENTS SALTINES STANIELS* ALUNITES INSULATE VENTAILS LAWNIEST* MANNITES AMNIOTES MASONITE MISATONE SOMNIATE* SOMNIATES] MERANTIS* MINARETS RAIMENTS MANTISES MATINESS ENATIONS SONATINE PANTINES* ENTRAINS TRANNIES INSANEST STANINES ANTIENTS* STANNITE SAPONITE

eastwards [adv] ELASTIN, a bodily protein [n] NAILSET, a steel rod for driving a nail into something [n] SALIENT, an outward-pointing angle of a fortification [n] SALTINE, a salted cracker [n] STANIEL, the kestrel (a small falcon (a bird of prey)) [n] ALUNITE, a mineral [n] to isolate from connection [v INSULATED, INSULATING, INSULATES] VENTAIL, the adjustable front of a medieval helmet, also VENTAILE, VENTAYLE [n] LAWNY, covered with lawn [adj] MANNITE, an alcohol, also MANNITOL [n] AMNIOTE, a vertebrate that develops an amnion during the embryonic stage [n] fiberboard made from steam-exploded wood fiber [n -S] to atone wrongly [v MISATONED, MISATONING, MISATONES] to dream (to experience thoughts and images during sleep) [v SOMNIATED, SOMNIATING,

MERANTI, (Malay) the wood of various Malaysian trees [n] MINARET, a slender tower attached to a mosque [n] RAIMENT, clothing (wearing apparel) [n] MANTIS, a predatory insect, also MANTID [n] friendliness [n -ES] ENATION, an outgrowth [n] SONATINA, a short sonata [n] PANTINE, a pasteboard doll with movable limbs [n] ENTRAIN, to board a train [v] TRANNY, a transistor radio, also TRANNIE [n] INSANE, mentally unsound [adj] STANINE, one of nine classes into which a set of scores is divided [n] ANTIENT, an old man [n] an ore of tin [n -S] a mineral found in rock cavities [n -S]

ANOESTRI* ARSONITE*

ANOESTRUS, a period of sexual dormancy, also ANESTRUS [n] one who maliciously lights fires, also ARSONIST [n -S]

NOTAIRES+* NOTAIRE, in France, a public official authorized by the state to attest and certify certain legal documents, oversee property transactions, etc [n] NOTARIES NOTARISE* ROSINATE* SENORITA ASSIENTO* ASTONIES STOVAINE* SAXONITE* NAPPIEST PAINTERS PANTRIES PERTAINS PINASTER PRISTANE REPAINTS SAPIENTS STEAPSIN PATIENTS PETUNIAS SUPINATE EPINASTY ANTIQUES QUANTISE* RESTRAIN RETRAINS STRAINER TERRAINS NOTARY, a public official who can certify documents [n] to attest to as a notary, also NOTARIZE [v NOTARISED, NOTARISING, NOTARISES] a resinate [n -S] an unmarried Spanish girl or woman [n -S] a treaty (a formal agreement between countries) [n -S] ASTONY, to amaze or shock, also ASTONISH, ASTONE [v] a local anaesthetic [n -S] igneous rock [n -S] NAPPY, kinky (twisted) [adj] PAINTER, one who paints (to apply colour with a brush) [n] PANTRY, a small storage room [n] PERTAIN, to have reference or relation [v] a pine tree [n -S] a chemical compound [n -S] REPAINT, to paint again [v] SAPIENT, a wise person [n] an enzyme (a complex protein, also ENZYM) [n -S] PATIENT, to make calm and uncomplaining [v] PETUNIA, a tropical herb [n] to turn so that the palm is facing upward [v SUPINATED, SUPINATING, SUPINATES] a downward bending of plant parts [n EPINASTIES] ANTIQUE, to give the appearance of age to [v] to express in terms of quanta, also QUANTIZE [v QUANTISED, QUANTISING, QUANTISES] to hold back [v -ED, -ING, -S] RETRAIN, to train again [v] a utensil used to separate liquids from solids [n -S] TERRAIN, a tract of land [n]

TRAINERS TRANSIRE* ARTINESS RESIANTS* RETSINAS SNARIEST* STAINERS STARNIES* STEARINS INTREATS NITRATES STRAITEN TARTINES* TERTIANS RUINATES TAURINES URANITES URINATES TINWARES SAINTESS* SESTINAS ANTSIEST INSTATES NASTIEST SATINETS TITANESS SINUATES SEXTAINS NATTIEST TASTEVIN*

TRAINER, one who trains (to instruct systematically) [n] a customs warrant [n -S] the quality of being arty [n -ES] RESIANT, a residence, also RESIANCE [n] RETSINA, a resin-flavoured Greek wine [n] SNARY, in danger of entrapment [adj] STAINER, that which stains [n] STARNIE, a star [n] STEARIN, the solid portion of a fat, also STEARINE [n] INTREAT, to ask for earnestly, also ENTREAT [v] NITRATE, to treat with nitrate acid [v] to make strait (narrow (having little width)) [v -ED, -ING, -S] TARTINE, bread, butter and jam [n] TERTIAN, a recurring fever [n] RUINATE, to ruin (to destroy (to demolish, also DESTRUCT)) [v] TAURINE, a chemical compound [n] URANITE, a mineral [n] URINATE, to discharge urine [v] TINWARE, articles made of tinplate [n] a female saint [n -ES] SESTINA, a type of verse form, also SESTINE [n] ANTSY, fidgety (restless (unable to remain at rest)) [adj] INSTATE, to install in office [v] NASTY, ill-natured [adj] SATINET, a thin satin [n] a female titan (a person of great size) [n -ES] SINUATE, to curve in and out [v] SEXTAIN, a stanza of six lines [n] NATTY, neatly dressed [adj] a shallow wine cup [n -S]

TAWNIEST SUIVANTE* YAWNIEST*

TAWNY, light brown, also TAWNEY [adj] a lady's maid [n -S] YAWNY, full of yawns [adj]