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blarney

Definitions of blarney
n. - Smooth, wheedling talk; flattery. 2
v. t. - To influence by blarney; to wheedle with smooth talk; to make or accomplish by blarney. 2

The word "blarney" uses 7 letters: A B E L N R Y.

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Words formed by adding one letter before or after blarney (in bold), or to abelnry in any order:
k -   bankerly   r -   barrenly   s -   blarneys   u -   urbanely   z -   brazenly  

Shorter words found within blarney:
ab   able   abler   ably   aby   abye   ae   aery   al   alb   ale   an   ane   any   ar   arb   are   aryl   ay   aye   ba   bal   bale   baler   ban   bane   bar   bare   barely   barley   barn   barny   barye   bay   be   bean   bear   bel   belay   ben   beryl   bey   blae   blare   blear   bleary   bra   brae   bran   bray   bren   by   bye   byre   byrl   ear   earl   early   earn   el   elan   en   er   era   ern   eyra   la   lab   lane   lar   lay   layer   lea   lean   lear   learn   leary   ley   lye   lyre   na   nab   nabe   nae   nary   nay   ne   near   nearby   nearly   neb   rale   ran   ray   re   real   reb   relay   rely   renal   rya   rye   ya   yar   yare   yarn   ye   yea   yean   year   yearn   yen   yerba  

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