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ARISTAE ASTERIA ATRESIA BAITERS BARITES REBAITS TERBIAS ATRESIC CRISTAE RACIEST STEARIC ARIDEST ASTERID* ASTRIDE DIASTER DISRATE STAIDER STAIRED* TARDIES TIRADES AERIEST SERIATE ARISTA, a bristlelike structure [n] a gemstone cut in a certain manner [n -S] absence or closure of a bodily passage [n -S] BAITER, one who baits (to set a trap) [n] BARITE, a mineral, also BARYTE [n] REBAIT, to bait again [v] TERBIA, an oxide of terbium [n] having atresia, also ATRETIC [adj] CRISTA, a part of a cell [n] RACY, speedy (swift (speedy)) [adj] pertaining to stearin (the solid portion of a fat, also STEARINE) [adj] ARID, dry (having no moisture) [adj] a starfish (a star-shaped marine animal) [n -S] with a leg on each side [adv] a stage in mitosis [n -S] to lower in rank [v DISRATED, DISRATING, DISRATES] STAID, sober and sedate [adj] having stairs (a series of steps) [adj] TARDY, to retard (to hold back) [v] TIRADE, a long, vehement speech [n] AERY, airy, also EYRIE, AERIE, AIERY, AYRIE [adj] to put in a series [v SERIATED, SERIATING, SERIATES]

FAIRESTFAIR, just (fair, impartial) [adj] AGISTER* AIGRETS GAITERS SEAGIRT STAGIER STRIGAE* person in charge of agisted cattle, also AGISTOR [n -S] AIGRET, a tuft of feathers worn as a head ornament, also AIGRETTE [n] GAITER, a covering for the lower leg [n] surrounded by the sea [adj] STAGY, having a theatrical quality, also STAGEY [adj] STRIGA, a bristle [n]

TIRAGES* TRIAGES HASTIER SHERIAT*

TIRAGE, drawing wine from a barrel before bottling [n] TRIAGE, to treat disaster victims using a triage [v] HASTY, speedy (swift (speedy)) [adj] a body of Islamic religious law, also SHARIA, SHARIAH, SHARIAT, SHERIA [n -S]

AIRIEST AIRY, relating to air [adj] IRISATE* ARKITES* KARITES* to make iridescent [v IRISATED, IRISATING, IRISATES] ARKITE, an inmate of Noah's ark [n] KARITE, an African tree [n]

REALISTone who is concerned with fact or reality [n -S] RETAILSRETAIL, to sell direct to the consumer [v] SALTIERa heraldic design, also SALTIRE, SAUTOIR, SAUTOIRE [n -S] SALTIREa heraldic design, also SALTIER, SAUTOIR, SAUTOIRE [n -S] SLATIERSLATY, resembling slate, also SLATEY [adj] TAILERSTAILER, one who secretly follows another [n] IMARETS MAESTRI MAISTER* MASTIER* MISRATE IMARET, a Turkish inn [n] MAESTRO, a master of an art [n] to gain control over [v -ED, -ING, -S] MASTY, of the nature of masts [adj] to rate incorrectly [v MISRATED, MISRATING, MISRATES]

SEMITAR* a curved oriental sword, also SCIMITAR, SCIMETAR, SCIMITER, SEMITAUR, SIMITAR, SYMITAR, SYMITARE [n -S] SMARTIE ANESTRI ANTSIER NASTIER RATINES RESIANT* RETAINS RETINAS RETSINA STAINER a would-be smart person, also SMARTY, SMARTASS [n -S] 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]

STARNIE* STEARIN OARIEST* OTARIES* PAIREST* PARTIES PASTIER PIASTER PIASTRE PIRATES PRATIES* TRAIPSE ARTSIER SERRATI* TARRIES TARSIER ARSIEST* ARTSIES* SAIREST*

a star [n -S] the solid portion of a fat, also STEARINE [n -S] OARY, like oars [adj] OTARY, a big-eared seal [n] PAIR, (Scots) poor [adj] PARTY, to attend a social gathering [v] PASTY, pale and unhealthy in appearance, also PASTIE [adj] a monetary unit of several Arab countries, also PIASTRE [n -S] a monetary unit of several Arab countries, also PIASTER [n -S] PIRATE, to commit piracy [v] PRATIE, a potato, also PRATY [n] to walk in an aimless manner, also TRAPE, TRAPES [v TRAIPSED, TRAIPSING, TRAIPSES] ARTSY, arty, also ARTY [adj] SERRATUS, a muscle of the thorax [n] TARRY, to linger (to delay departure) [v] a nocturnal primate [n -S] ARSY, lucky (having good fortune) [adj] ARTSY, an artistic person, also ARTY [n] SAIR, sore (tender to the touch) [adj]

SATIRESSATIRE, the use of ridicule or scorn to criticise folly or vice [n] TIRASSE* ARTIEST ARTISTE ATTIRES IRATEST RATITES STRIATE TASTIER TERTIAS* TAIVERS* a pedal-coupler in an organ [n -S] ARTY, artistic in a flashy way, also ARTSY [adj] an entertainer [n -S] ATTIRE, to clothe (to provide with clothing) [v] IRATE, angry (feeling hostility) [adj] RATITE, a flightless bird [n] to mark with stria [v STRIATED, STRIATING, STRIATES] TASTY, pleasant to the taste [adj] TERTIA, an infantry regiment [n] TAIVER, to wander aimlessly [v]

VASTIER VERITAS WAISTER WAITERS WARIEST WASTRIE

VASTY, of great extent or size [adj] truth, also VERITY [n VERITATES] a seaman stationed in the middle of the ship [n -S] WAITER, one who serves at table [n] WARY, watchful (closely alert) [adj] reckless extravagance, also WASTERIE, WASTERY, WASTRY [n -S] SATIRE+??

AIRDATES DATARIES RADIATES HETAIRAS AMIRATES ANTISERA ARTESIAN* RATANIES RESINATA* SANTERIA SEATRAIN ASPIRATE PARASITE SEPTARIA TARAIRES+* ASTERIAS ATRESIAS ARIETTAS ARISTATE VARIATES AWAITERS BARDIEST* BRAIDEST*

AIRDATE, the scheduled date of a broadcast [n] DATARY, an officer who attends to papal bulls, also DATARIA [n] RADIATE, to emit rays [v] HETAIRA, a Greek courtesan [n] AMIRATE, the rank of an amir, also AMEERATE [n] 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] to pronounce breathily [v ASPIRATED, ASPIRATING, ASPIRATES] an organism that lives and feeds on another [n -S] SEPTARIUM, a limestone nodule [n] TARAIRE, a type of New Zealand tree with broad green leaves and purple fruit [n] ASTERIA, a gemstone cut in a certain manner [n] ATRESIA, absence or closure of a bodily passage [n] ARIETTA, a little aria, also ARIETTE [n] pertaining to an arista (a bristlelike structure) [adj] VARIATE, to vary (to make different) [v] AWAITER, one who awaits (to wait for) [n] BARDY, insolent [adj] BRAID, broad (wide (extending far)) [adj]

RABIDEST* REDBAITS TRIBADES FIBRATES+* BARKIEST BRAKIEST BREASKIT* BLASTIER LIBRATES TABLIERS* BARMIEST ATEBRINS* BANISTER BARNIEST SABOTIER* BAPTISER* ARBITERS BARRIEST* RAREBITS BIRETTAS VIBRATES WARBIEST* BESTIARY SYBARITE ACRIDEST AGRESTIC CIGARETS ERGASTIC CHARIEST STICHERA*

RABID, affected with rabies [adj] REDBAIT, to denounce as Communist [v] TRIBADE, a lesbian (a female homosexual) [n] FIBRATE, any of a group of chemical compounds that reduce levels of fat in the body [n] BARKY, having a tough outer covering [adj] BRAKY, abounding in shrubs or ferns [adj] meat from the breast of an animal, also BRISKET [n -S] BLASTY, gusty (blowing in gusts) [adj] LIBRATE, to move from side to side [v] TABLIER, an apron [n] BARMIE, frothy (foamy (covered with foam)) [adj] ATEBRIN, an anti-malaria powder, also ATABRIN [n] a stair hand-rail [n -S] BARNY, like a barn [adj] a wearer of wooden shoes [n -S] one who baptizes, also BAPTISER [n -S] ARBITER, an umpire [n] BARRIE, (Edinburgh slang) terrific, also BARRY [adj] RAREBIT, a cheese dish [n] BIRETTA, a cap for clergymen [n] VIBRATE, to move back and forward rapidly [v] WARBY, worn-out [adj] a book of animal fables [n BESTIARIES] a person devoted to pleasure and luxury [n -S] ACRID, pungent (sharply affecting the organs of taste or smell) [adj] rural [adj] CIGARET, a narrow roll of finely cut tobacco for smoking [n] pertaining to byproducts of protoplasmic activity [adj] CHARY, cautious (exercising prudence) [adj] STICHERON, a Greek hymn [n]

THERIACS ALTRICES* ARTICLES RECITALS SELICTAR* STERICAL CERAMIST MATRICES MISTRACE

THERIAC, molasses, also THERIACA [n] immature young birds [n] ARTICLE, to indict (to charge with a crime) [v] RECITAL, a detailed account [n] a sword-bearer [n -S] pertaining to atoms in a molecule, also STERIC [adj] one who makes ceramics [n -S] MATRICE, the womb [n] to trace wrongly [v MISTRACED, MISTRACING, MISTRACES]

SCIMETAR a curved oriental sword, also SCIMITAR, SCIMITER, SEMITAR, SEMITAUR, SIMITAR, SYMITAR, SYMITARE [n -S] CANISTER CARNIEST* CERATINS CISTERNA CREATINS NACRITES* SCANTIER TACRINES CRAPIEST* CRISPATE PARETICS PICRATES PRACTISE ERRATICS SCARIEST CITRATES CRISTATE SCATTIER SURICATE CRAZIEST 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] CRAPY, like crape [adj] curled, also CRISPATED [adj] PARETIC, one affected with paresis [n] PICRATE, a chemical salt [n] to train or drill in order to acquire skill, also PRACTICE [v PRACTISED, PRACTISING, PRACTISES] ERRATIC, a large rock transported by glacier [n] SCARY, frightening, also SCAREY [adj] CITRATE, a salt of citric acid [n] having a projection on the head, also CRISTATED [adj] SCATTY, empty-headed [adj] a burrowing mammal [n -S] CRAZY, insane (mentally unsound) [adj]

DISRATED READIEST SERIATED SIDERATE* STEADIER HAIRSTED* HARDIEST IRISATED* STRAIKED* DILATERS LARDIEST REDTAILS MARDIEST* MISRATED READMITS DETRAINS RANDIEST STRAINED ASTEROID DIPTERAS* DRAPIEST+* RAPIDEST SPIRATED* TARSIPED* TRAIPSED ASTERIDS* DIASTERS DISASTER DISRATES STRAITED*

DISRATE, to lower in rank [v] READY, prepared [adj] SERIATE, to put in a series [v] to strike (to hit (to strike forcibly)) [v SIDERATED, SIDERATING, SIDERATES] one that steadies (to make steady) [n -S] HAIRST, to gather in a crop, also HARVEST [v] HARDY, very sturdy [adj] IRISATE, to make iridescent [v] STRAIK, to stroke (to rub gently) [v] DILATER, something that enlarges, also DILATANT [n] LARDY, like lard [adj] REDTAIL, a rodent-eating hawk [n] MARDY, petulant (peevish (irritable)) [adj] MISRATE, to rate incorrectly [v] READMIT, to admit again [v] DETRAIN, to alight from a train [v] RANDY, lustful (full of lust) [adj] STRAIN, to exert to the utmost [v] a rocky object found in orbits [n -S] DIPTERA, a two-winged insect [n] DRAPEY, characterized by graceful folds [adj] RAPID, swift (speedy (swift)) [adj] spirally twisted [adj] a marsupial [n -S] TRAIPSE, to walk in an aimless manner, also TRAPE, TRAPES [v] ASTERID, a starfish (a star-shaped marine animal) [n] DIASTER, a stage in mitosis [n] a calamity (a disaster) [n -S] DISRATE, to lower in rank [v] STRAIT, to tighten (to make taut (fully stretched)) [v]

STRIATED TARDIEST TAWDRIES EATERIES HEARTIES ATELIERS EARLIEST LATERISE* LEARIEST REALTIES EMERITAS EMIRATES REAMIEST* STEAMIER ARENITES ARSENITE RESINATE STEARINE TRAINEES ETAERIOS* PARIETES PETARIES* ARTERIES REASTIER* SERIATES ARIETTES ITERATES TEARIEST TREATIES TREATISE

STRIATE, to mark with stria [v] TARDY, slow (moving with little speed) [adj] TAWDRY, gaudy finery [n] EATERIE, a restaurant, also EATERY [n] HEARTY, a comrade (a close friend) [n] ATELIER, an artist's studio [n] EARLY, before the due time [adj] to convert to laterite, also LATERIZE [v LATERISED, LATERISING, LATERISES] LEARY, suspicious [adj] REALTIE, honesty (the quality of being honest) [n] EMERITA, a retired woman who retains an honorary title [n] EMIRATE, the rank of an emir, also EMEERATE [n] REAMY, creamy (having the consistency of cream) [adj] STEAMY, covered with vapour [adj] 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] ETAERIO, an aggregated fruit like a blackberry [n] PARIES, the wall of an organ [n] PETARY, a region covered with peat, also PEATARY, PEATERY [n] ARTERY, a vessel that carries blood from the heart [n] REASTY, rancid (rank in taste or smell) [adj] SERIATE, to put in a series [v] ARIETTE, a little aria, also ARIETTA [n] ITERATE, to repeat (to say or do again) [v] TEARY, tearful (full of tears) [adj] TREATY, a formal agreement between countries [n] a formal, systematic, written account of a subject, also TRACTATE [n -S]

EVIRATES* SWEATIER TAWERIES* WASTERIE WEARIEST YEASTIER FRIGATES FAITHERS* RATIFIES FLARIEST* FRAILEST FAINTERS FENITARS* FRATRIES* WASTRIFE* RAGGIEST* STAGGIER GLARIEST REGALIST* MAGISTER MIGRATES RAGTIMES STERIGMA ANGRIEST ANGSTIER* ASTRINGE GANISTER GANTRIES GRANITES INGRATES

EVIRATE, to castrate (to remove the testes of) [v] SWEATY, covered with perspiration [adj] TAWERY, a place where skins are dressed [n] reckless extravagance, also WASTERY, WASTRIE, WASTRY [n -S] WEARY, tired (exhausted) [adj] YEASTY, like yeast [adj] FRIGATE, a sailing vessel [n] FAITHER, (Scots) father [n] RATIFY, to approve and sanction formally [v] FLARY, tending to flare [adj] FRAIL, fragile (easily broken) [adj] FAINTER, one that faints (to lose consciousness) [n] FENITAR, a plant once used to treat scurvy, also FUMITORY, FEMETARY, FEMITER [n] FRATRY, a convent of friars, also FRATERY [n] wastefulness [n -S] RAGGY, tattered [adj] STAGGY, having the appearance of a mature male [adj] GLARY, glaring [adj] one who advocates regalism [n -S] a master or teacher [n -S] MIGRATE, to move from one region to another [v] RAGTIME, a style of American dance music [n] a spore-bearing stalk of certain fungi [n STERIGMAS or STERIGMATA] 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]

RANGIEST REASTING* STEARING* TASERING* GRAPIEST AGISTERS* STRIGATE* VIRGATES VITRAGES* HAIRIEST HAIRNETS INEARTHS THERIANS HOARIEST TRIPHASE TRASHIER SHERIATS* THESAURI SWATHIER* WATERISH HYSTERIA LAIRIEST* LISTERIA AIRTIMES SERIATIM INERTIAS RAINIEST PARITIES RARITIES IRISATES*

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] GRAPY, resembling grapes, also GRAPEY [adj] AGISTER, person in charge of agisted cattle, also AGISTOR [n] marked with streaks [adj] VIRGATE, an early English land measure [n] VITRAGE, a curtain [n] HAIRY, covered with hair [adj] 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] HOARY, white with age [adj] having three phases [adj] TRASHY, worthless [adj] SHERIAT, a body of Islamic religious law, also SHARIA, SHARIAH, SHARIAT, SHERIA [n] THESAURUS, a word-finder of synonyms and antonyms [n] SWATHY, of swathes [adj] somewhat watery [adj] uncontrollable excitement or fear [n -S] LAIRY, flashy (gaudy (tastelessly showy)) [adj] a bacterium [n -S] AIRTIME, an allowable period of time for a broadcast [n] serially (in the manner of a serial) [adv] INERTIA, the tendency of a body to resist acceleration [n] RAINY, marked by rain [adj] PARITY, equality (the state of being equal, also EGALITE, EGALITY) [n] RARITY, the quality of being rare, also RARENESS [n] IRISATE, to make iridescent [v]

SATIRISE VAIRIEST* WISTERIA SEXTARII SATIRIZE NARTJIES* JAROSITE LARKIEST STALKIER STARLIKE MISTAKER SITKAMER* KERATINS NARKIEST* PARKIEST* ASTERISK SARKIEST WATERSKI LITERALS TALLIERS TRIELLAS* LAMISTER LAMITERS* MARLIEST MARLITES MISALTER ENTRAILS LARNIEST* LATRINES RATLINES RATTLINE [n]

to subject to satire, also SATIRIZE [v SATIRISED, SATIRISING, SATIRISES] VAIRY, variegated with vair, also VAIRE [adj] a flowering shrub, also WISTARIA [n -S] ancient Roman units of liquid measure [n] to subject to satire, also SATIRISE [v SATIRIZED, SATIRIZING, SATIRIZES] NARTJIE, a small sweet orange, also NAARTJE [n] a mineral [n -S] LARKY, playful (full of fun) [adj] STALKY, long and slender [adj] like a star [adj] one that mistakes (to interpret wrongly) [n -S] (Afrikaans) a sitting-room [n -S] KERATIN, a fibrous protein [n] NARKY, irritable [adj] PARKY, chilly (cool (moderately cold)) [adj] to mark with a star shape [v -ED, -ING, -S] SARKY, sarcastic [adj] a ski for skiing on water [n -S] LITERAL, a small error in printing or writing [n] TALLIER, one who tallies (to count (to number)) [n] TRIELLA, (Australia) a bet nominating the winners of three specified horse races [n] a fugitive, also LAMSTER [n -S] LAMITER, a cripple, also LAMETER, LAMIGER, LAMMIGER [n] MARLY, abounding with marl [adj] MARLITE, a type of marl [n] to alter wrongly [v -ED, -ING, -S] 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,

REINSTAL* RETINALS SLANTIER+* TRENAILS SOTERIAL* PILASTER PLAISTER PLAITERS RETIRALS* RETRIALS TRAILERS REALISTS SALTIERS SALTIRES SLAISTER* TERTIALS URALITES MARMITES RAMMIEST TRAMMIES* MERANTIS* MINARETS RAIMENTS AMORTISE ATOMISER APTERISM* PRIMATES ASTERISM MAISTERS* MISRATES

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] pertaining to salvation [adj] a rectangular column [n -S] to plaster (to cover with a mixture of lime, sand and water) [v -ED, -ING, -S] PLAITER, one who plaits (to braid (to plait)) [n] RETIRAL, the giving up of office [n] RETRIAL, a second trial [n] TRAILER, to transport by a vehicle drawn by another [v] REALIST, one who is concerned with fact or reality [n] SALTIER, a heraldic design, also SALTIRE, SAUTOIR, SAUTOIRE [n] SALTIRE, a heraldic design, also SALTIER, SAUTOIR, SAUTOIRE [n] to do in a sloppy manner [v -ED, -ING, -S] TERTIAL, a flight feather of a bird's wing, also TERTIARY [n] URALITE, a mineral [n] MARMITE, a large soup kettle [n] RAMMY, resembling a male sheep [adj] TRAMMIE, (Australian) a tram driver [n] MERANTI, (Malay) the wood of various Malaysian trees [n] MINARET, a slender tower attached to a mosque [n] RAIMENT, clothing (wearing apparel) [n] to liquidate gradually, as a debt, also AMORTIZE [v AMORTISED, AMORTISING, AMORTISES] an device which sprays finely, also ATOMIZER [n -S] a lack of wings [n -S] PRIMATE, any of an advanced order of mammals, also PRIMATAL [n] a group of stars [n -S] MAISTER, to gain control over [v] MISRATE, to rate incorrectly [v]

SEMITARS* SEMITAR, a curved oriental sword, also SCIMITAR, SCIMETAR, SCIMITER, SEMITAUR, SIMITAR, SYMITAR, SYMITARE [n] SMARTIES MISTREAT TERATISM MURIATES SMARTY, a would-be smart person, also SMARTASS, SMARTIE [n] to treat badly [v -ED, -ING, -S] a malformed fetus [n -S] MURIATE, chloride (a chlorine compound, also CHLORID) [n]

SEMITAUR* a curved oriental sword, also SCIMITAR, SCIMETAR, SCIMITER, SEMITAR, SIMITAR, SYMITAR, SYMITARE [n -S] MARVIEST+* VITAMERS WARTIMES MATRIXES MARVY, marvellous [adj] VITAMER, a type of chemical compound [n] WARTIME, a time of war [n] MATRIX, the womb [n]

SYMITARE* a curved oriental sword, also SCIMITAR, SCIMETAR, SCIMITER, SEMITAR, SEMITAUR, SIMITAR, SYMITAR [n -S] ENTRAINS TRANNIES ANOESTRI* ARSONITE* ENTRAIN, to board a train [v] TRANNY, a transistor radio, also TRANNIE [n] 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 PAINTERS PANTRIES PERTAINS PINASTER PRISTANE REPAINTS RESTRAIN RETRAINS 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] 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] to hold back [v -ED, -ING, -S] RETRAIN, to train again [v]

STRAINER TERRAINS TRAINERS TRANSIRE* ARTINESS RESIANTS* RETSINAS SNARIEST* STAINERS STARNIES* STEARINS INTREATS NITRATES STRAITEN TARTINES* TERTIANS RUINATES TAURINES URANITES URINATES TINWARES ROARIEST* ROTARIES TOASTIER OUTRAISE SAUTOIRE TRAVOISE VIATORES VOTARIES PERIAPTS

a utensil used to separate liquids from solids [n -S] TERRAIN, a tract of land [n] 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] ROARY, noisy, also RORIE [adj] ROTARY, a rotating part of device [n] TOASTY, comfortably warm [adj] to surpass in raising [v OUTRAISED, OUTRAISING, OUTRAISES] a heraldic design, also SALTIRE, SALTIER, SAUTOIR [n -S] a type of sled, also TRAVOIS [n -S] VIATOR, a traveller [n] VOTARY, a person who is bound by religious vows, also VOTARIST [n] PERIAPT, an amulet (a lucky charm) [n]

PARTIERS PASTRIES PIASTERS PIASTRES RASPIEST TRAIPSES PRIVATES WIRETAPS ASPERITY STARRIER TARRIERS TARSIERS RETRAITS* STRAITER TARRIEST STRAWIER ASSISTER TIRASSES* ARTISTES ARTSIEST STRIATES TRAVISES* WAISTERS WAITRESS WASTRIES ATTRITES RATTIEST TARTIEST TITRATES TRISTATE

PARTIER, one who parties, also PARTYER [n] PASTRY, articles made of dough [n] PIASTER, a monetary unit of several Arab countries, also PIASTRE [n] PIASTRE, a monetary unit of several Arab countries, also PIASTER [n] RASPY, rough (uneven (not even)) [adj] TRAIPSE, to walk in an aimless manner, also TRAPE, TRAPES [v] PRIVATE, a soldier of lower rank [n] WIRETAP, to intercept messages secretly with a device [v] roughness [n ASPERITIES] STARRY, abounding with stars [adj] TARRIER, one who tarries (to linger (to delay departure)) [n] TARSIER, a nocturnal primate [n] RETRAIT, a withdrawal, also RETRAICT, RETRAITE [n] STRAIT, narrow (having little width) [adj] TARRY, resembling tar [adj] STRAWY, resembling straw [adj] one who assists, also ASSISTOR [n -S] TIRASSE, a pedal-coupler in an organ [n] ARTISTE, an entertainer [n] ARTSY, arty, also ARTY [adj] STRIATE, to mark with stria [v] TRAVIS, a stall [n] WAISTER, a seaman stationed in the middle of the ship [n] to serve as a female waiter [v -ED, -ING, -ES] WASTRY, reckless extravagance, also WASTERIE, WASTERY, WASTRIE [n] ATTRITE, to wear down, also ATTRIT [v] RATTY, infested with rats [adj] TARTY, like a prostitute [adj] TITRATE, to measure the strength of a solution [v] pertaining to an area made up of three adjoining states [adj]

SWATTIER+* WARTIEST EXTRAITS* TRISTEZA AZURITES VESTIARY

SWATTY, given to hard study, also SWOTTY [adj] WARTY, covered with warts [adj] EXTRAIT, an extract [n] a disease of citrus trees [n -S] AZURITE, a mineral [n] a dressing room [n VESTIARIES]