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

Father Francis told us it was unlikely for a layperson postVatican IIwhich would be anyone under the age of thirtyfiveto know how to administer last rites, unless that person had some training.

Oh, sure, air travel seems dangerous to the ignorant layperson, in as much as it involves hurtling through the air seven miles straight up trapped inside an object the size of a suburban ranch home in total defiance of all known laws of physics.

Michel, who was somewhat keen on space war at least as it was fought in the juvenile adventure booksand considered himself a well-informed layperson on the subject, estimated the risks as somewhat lower.

Diana tried again, all too aware of the difficulty a layperson would have with the concept.

In addition to the faculty members, a layperson from the community was included on the committee, a concession to pressure from animal rights groups.

The Texas penal code mandated a punishment of not less than two years in prison for any doctor or layperson performing an abortion.

Even laypeople who resist have customarily been executed or imprisoned, and those who more quietly adhere to their faith are commonly denied educational and professional opportunities.

We have seen that this doctor can control nothing: the horses appear, the groom appears, the wound appears: so unlike the authority and control that most of us laypeople associate with physicians.

Even laypeople who resist have customarily been executed or imprisoned, and those who more quietly adhere to their faith are commonly denied educational and professional opportunities.

The king and the Dominion Lords were also permitted access to the library, the only laypeople to be so honored.