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

Panting, Abrim let his muscles go slack, black spots crowding the edge of his vision.

Through the space between slack lips, Vicki could hear heavy adenoidal breathing.

After shaping the slope of the barrel chime of yet another red oak slack barrel, Kharl set the adze down and blotted his forehead with the back of his forearm.

He was so ashamed of breaking ahimsa that his body fell slack and the other boys managed to pin him to the floor.

Waterford bowl with gold mountings, Jimmy in white slacks, an Armani pull and Gucci shoes, Tina in Westwood Lycra pants that hugged lipo-ed buttocks as if they were madly in love with them, Enya from the Lord of the Rings on the Bang and Oluf sen, all this and sorrow.

The climber was methodical, working multi-pitch, shooting out spindles of wire ahead that buried and fused into the rock, testing the weight of the anchors, squatting to plant rivets beneath us, roping hexes into the cracks, taking the slack, testing, belaying, moving on.

A pretty, black-haired girl in bright green slacks was sitting on the front steps, and Bingo paused.

Ruth smoothed the un-smoothable cloth of her bivouac slacks, like a woman not used to being without a skirt.

The door was opened by a tall, handsome man wearing a boater, white shirt and slacks as if about to go rowing in spite of the cold weather.

It was not the five-bladed slave whip, invented for the full and perfect punishment of an erring slave girl, but only a light, one-bladed bosk whip, little more than a switch of leather, a mere incitement and encouragement to better performance on the part of a slacking plow beast, but it struck my back like a hot snake and a rifle shot.