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Definitions of gentile
a. - One of a non-Jewish nation; one neither a Jew nor a Christian; a worshiper of false gods; a heathen. 2
a. - Belonging to the nations at large, as distinguished from the Jews; ethnic; of pagan or heathen people. 2
a. - Denoting a race or country; as, a gentile noun or adjective. 2

The word "gentile" uses 7 letters: E E G I L N T.

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Words formed by adding one letter before or after gentile (in bold), or to eegilnt in any order:
a -   galenite   gelatine   legatine   b -   beetling   c -   electing   d -   deleting   f -   fleeting   g -   gleeting   s -   gentiles   sleeting   steeling   x -   telexing  

Shorter words found within gentile:
eel   el   elegit   elint   elite   en   eng   et   gee   gel   gelt   gen   gene   genet   genie   gent   gentil   gentle   get   gie   gien   gilt   gin   git   glee   gleet   glen   glint   in   ingle   inlet   it   lee   leet   leg   legit   lei   lent   let   li   lie   liege   lien   lin   line   ling   lint   lit   lite   ne   nee   net   nil   nit   nite   tee   teeing   teel   teen   teg   tel   tele   ten   tenge   ti   tie   til   tile   tin   tine   ting   tinge   tingle  

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Other words with the same letter pairs: ge   en   nt   ti   il   le  

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