5,717 English Words From Letters CRYPTOPHTHALMUS


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Companion of the .
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Any of several species of plants, such as smallage, wild celery, parsley.
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An ancient Greek goddess of death-mist, misery and sadness.
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dandruff (or similar condition)
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Suffering from aches, sore.
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Without chyle
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Without chyme.
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action-centred leadership
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A bidding system, commonly used in the British Commonwealth, in which bidding is kept as natural as possible.
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atop
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Having a head but no (or a rudimentary) body
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The plant Acorus calamus, sweet flag.
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