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recoil

Definitions of recoil
v. i. - To start, roll, bound, spring, or fall back; to take a reverse motion; to be driven or forced backward; to return. 2
v. i. - To draw back, as from anything repugnant, distressing, alarming, or the like; to shrink. 2
v. i. - To turn or go back; to withdraw one's self; to retire. 2
v. t. - To draw or go back. 2
n. - A starting or falling back; a rebound; a shrinking; as, the recoil of nature, or of the blood. 2
n. - The state or condition of having recoiled. 2
n. - Specifically, the reaction or rebounding of a firearm when discharged. 2

The word "recoil" uses 6 letters: C E I L O R.

Direct anagrams of recoil:
  coiler

Words formed by adding one letter before or after recoil (in bold), or to ceilor in any order:
a -   calorie   cariole   coalier   loricae   b -   bricole   corbeil   l -   collier   p -   peloric   s -   coilers   recoils  

Shorter words found within recoil:
ceil   cel   ceorl   cero   cire   coil   coir   col   cole   cor   core   el   er   ice   ire   lei   li   lice   lie   lier   lire   lo   loci   lore   oe   oil   oiler   ole   oleic   or   orc   ore   oriel   orle   re   rec   rei   relic   reoil   rice   riel   rile   roc   roe   roil   role  

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Other words with the same letter pairs: re   ec   co   oi   il  

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