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

Did she embody gradations of innocence and sinfulness, or was she a contaminated essence, an unfractionated evil?

The rays of lantern light had grown sharply defined, blades of radiance that spread to touch the ranks of books and folios on the opposite wall, and as they brightened further Kostolec himself began to darken, his flesh and his clothing losing detail and color as if he had fallen under a deep shadow, until at last the light dimmed to its normal brilliance, and what stood by the railing beneath it had itself become no more than a shadow, a figure of absolute, unfractionated black.

I had failed to see the advantage of having a vote that might leave me after an election a disfranchised voter, instead of an unenfranchised woman.

Here is the world humanity has made: will you take full citizenship in it, or will you live in it as dull, as slow to receive, as unenfranchised, as the idlers for whom civilization has no uses, or the deadened toilers, men or beasts, whose labor shuts the door on choice?

But in 1777 the electorate was not anxious for reform, and the unenfranchised gave no thought to their political disabilities.

I know by sight but hardly know by ear, because I imagine only the long-dead or the unenfranchised still speak it.

One benighted male had come in from the outside darkness and had jeered from the further end of the hall, but he had been called to order by the chair, petrified by indignant glances from the unenfranchised around him, and finally escorted to the door by Charles Westmacott.

Moreover, he had to feed these people--and his own--somehow, and the agricultural and aquacultural infrastructure was too spread out for centralized labor forces.

The oil infrastructure had to be renovated or replaced to handle the new hydrogen and biofuel paradigm.

Shadows clung like billows of smoke to the curled, hornlike capitals and, above them, the infrastructure of the massive three-tiered architrave.