Word Search by Letters

You see empty boxes where you need to type the initial letters you know. You can choose any length of words or specify the exact number of letters in the word using the “plus” and “minus” options located at the side. The result will be a list of words presented in blocks depending on the number of letters. There will be simple words, abbreviated words, syntactic words and independent parts of speech.

Word usage examples

He dropped another mortar round and glanced up in time to see the colonel slamming the breech closed while Ivey shoveled in gravel before Jones tamped it in with a bore cleaning rod usually kept out only for display purposes.

Kendra Owens came in at twelve and worked until the li­brary closed at nine, plus Shannon ivey worked part-time from five until nine, so Kendra was never alone there at night.

Timothy Evans, Heather Ross, Caroline Akrill, Dick Stilwell, Sue Clarke, Sue Gibson, Andrew Parker-Bowles, John and Tory Oaksey, Marion Ivey, Rosemary Nunelly, Elizabeth Richardson, Elizabeth Hopkins, Julia Longland, Susan Blair, Ann Martin, Kate O’Sullivan, Marcy Drummond, John and Michael Whitaker, David Broome and Malcolm Pyrah.

Okay, I found out beyond any doubt that the break-in wasn't accomplished until the day after Ives was clobbered.

From what I can find out, Ives used him for scut work, paying him a dollar an hour for washing trays, drying prints, that sort of thing.

I think Ives made the mistake of trying to blackmail a previous client, someone who knew who he was and where to find him.

Those pictures Ives took of your husband-to-be would have upset the professor.

You know, it wasn't smart of Ives to blackmail his previous client with the pictures he took, because Vance knew him.

All he cared was that it got him off the hook, and when no confederate appeared to pick up where Ives had left off, he knew he was home free.

Believing Vance had killed Ives, and knowing that he could be a good big source of income to her for the rest of her life, she got in touch with him.