Word Search by Letters

How to make the process of word search accurate

  1. Enter the letters you know in the order in which they are found in the word.
  2. Select the desired word length if you have to look for words with a certain number of letters.
  3. The system will present the right words, separated by blocks.

You have the opportunity not only to learn new words on the set parameters, but also to become familiar with their use in the text, which helps you remember the lexical meaning of a word better.

Word usage examples

The Elmeth cockpit was roomier than that of a Zak, and Kusko rather enjoyed sitting in it, waiting.

Zaks, more than anything else, enabled the Side 3 Zeon Archduchy to embark on its War of Independence and helped the opening rounds of the One Week Battle to go more or less as Gren and Krishia Zavi had expected.

If there are two Zaks here, that means other Zeon forces must be nearby, right?

When the Zak piloted by Zeon Ensign Jeen finally blew, it carved a hole in the base of the mountain and blew a hole in the nearest wall in the colony.

The corridor along which the lady Apheta had sent me merely circled it, and I led Zak down a wide aisle, while the sailors watched from the banked benches on either side.

Zak paused a moment to study the concentration of the young drow (and also to keep his hands over the coins and ensure that they were brightened enough by the warmth of his body heat for Drizzt to prop erly see them in their flight).

Three beam blasts pierced the engine on one side of the vessel, but just before the entire craft blew, the Chibe and the other Musai-class ship accelerated forward, and two Zaks that had been hiding behind them came toward him, firing rockets from their bazookas.

She wanted the clerics of House DeVir dead as surely as Zak did, but for very different reasons.

All complications aside, Zak would have been just as happy killing clerics of House Do'Urden.

During this bit, Zak came to the lobby as if to receive a message and went back into the centre of the dining car opening an envelope and reading the contents.