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mealies

Definition of mealies
n. pl. - Maize or Indian corn; -- the common name in South Africa. 2

The word "mealies" uses 7 letters: A E E I L M S.

No direct anagrams for mealies found in this word list.

Words formed by adding one letter before or after mealies (in bold), or to aeeilms in any order:
d -   limeades   g -   gelsemia   mileages   k -   seamlike   r -   measlier   t -   mealiest   metalise  

Shorter words found within mealies:
ae   ai   ail   ails   aim   aims   ais   aisle   al   ale   alee   ales   alme   almes   alms   als   am   ami   amie   amies   amis   as   ease   easel   eel   eels   el   elemi   elemis   elm   elms   els   else   em   email   emails   eme   emes   ems   es   ilea   is   isle   ism   la   lam   lame   lames   lams   las   lase   lea   leas   lease   lee   lees   lei   leis   li   lie   lies   lima   limas   lime   limes   lis   ma   mae   maes   mail   maile   mailes   mails   male   males   mas   me   meal   mealie   meals   measle   mel   mels   mesa   mesial   mi   mil   mile   miles   mils   mis   mise   sae   sail   sal   sale   salmi   same   samiel   sea   seal   seam   see   seel   seem   sei   sel   seme   semi   si   sial   sim   sima   slam   slim   slime   smile  

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Other words with the same letter pairs: me   ea   al   li   ie   es  

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