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cruiser

Definitions of cruiser
n. - One who, or a vessel that, cruises; -- usually an armed vessel. 2
n. - A man-of-war less heavily armed and armored than a battle ship, having great speed, and generally of from two thousand to twelve thousand tons displacement. 2

The word "cruiser" uses 7 letters: C E I R R S U.

Direct anagrams of cruiser:
  curries

Words formed by adding one letter before or after cruiser (in bold), or to ceirrsu in any order:
d -   scurried   f -   scurfier   l -   scurrile   n -   reincurs   o -   couriers   p -   sprucier   r -   curriers   s -   cruisers   scurries   t -   crustier   recruits   v -   scurvier  

Shorter words found within cruiser:
cire   cires   cirrus   cis   crier   criers   cries   cris   cruise   crus   cruse   cue   cues   cur   cure   curer   curers   cures   curie   curies   curr   currie   currs   curs   curse   curser   ecru   ecrus   ecu   ecus   er   err   errs   ers   es   ice   ices   ire   ires   is   re   rec   recs   recur   recurs   rei   reis   res   rice   ricer   ricers   rices   rise   riser   rue   ruer   ruers   rues   ruse   sec   sei   ser   si   sic   sice   sieur   sir   sire   sri   sucre   sue   suer   sure   surer   ureic   uric   us   use   user  

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