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reseda

Definitions of reseda
n. - A genus of plants, the type of which is mignonette. 2
n. - A grayish green color, like that of the flowers of mignonette. 2

The word "reseda" uses 6 letters: A D E E R S.

Direct anagrams of reseda:
  erased   seared

Words formed by adding one letter before or after reseda (in bold), or to adeers in any order:
b -   debaser   sabered   c -   creased   decares   g -   dragees   greased   h -   adheres   headers   hearsed   sheared   i -   dearies   readies   k -   dekares   l -   dealers   leaders   m -   smeared   n -   endears   p -   respade   speared   r -   readers   redears   rereads   s -   resedas   t -   dearest   derates   redates   sedater   v -   adverse   evaders   w -   drawees   resawed  

Shorter words found within reseda:
ad   ads   ae   aedes   ar   are   ares   ars   arse   as   dare   dares   de   dear   dears   dee   deer   deers   dees   dere   dree   drees   ear   eared   ears   ease   eased   ed   eds   er   era   eras   erase   ere   ers   es   rad   rads   ras   rase   rased   re   read   reads   red   rede   redes   reds   ree   reed   reeds   rees   res   sad   sade   sae   sard   saree   sea   sear   seder   see   seed   seer   ser   sera   sere   sered  

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