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dispel

Definition of dispel
v. t. - To drive away by scattering, or so to cause to vanish; to clear away; to banish; to dissipate; as, to dispel a cloud, vapors, cares, doubts, illusions. 2

The word "dispel" uses 6 letters: D E I L P S.

Direct anagrams of dispel:
  lisped   sliped   spiled

Words formed by adding one letter before or after dispel (in bold), or to deilps in any order:
a -   alipeds   elapids   lapides   palsied   pleiads   c -   spliced   d -   piddles   e -   speiled   spieled   i -   lipides   l -   spilled   m -   dimples   mispled   n -   spindle   splined   o -   despoil   diploes   dipoles   spoiled   p -   slipped   s -   dispels  

Shorter words found within dispel:
de   deil   deils   del   deli   delis   dels   die   diel   dies   dip   dips   dis   ed   eds   el   eld   elds   els   es   id   ides   idle   idles   ids   is   isle   isled   led   lei   leis   li   lid   lids   lie   lied   lies   lip   lipe   lips   lis   lisp   pe   ped   peds   pes   pi   pie   pied   pies   pile   piled   piles   pis   pled   plie   plied   plies   psi   sei   sel   si   side   sidle   sild   sip   sipe   siped   sled   slid   slide   slip   slipe   sped   speil   spied   spiel   spile  

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