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scoter

Definition of scoter
n. - Any one of several species of northern sea ducks of the genus Oidemia. 2

The word "scoter" uses 6 letters: C E O R S T.

Direct anagrams of scoter:
  corset   coster   escort   rectos   sector

Words formed by adding one letter before or after scoter (in bold), or to ceorst in any order:
a -   coaster   coaters   h -   hectors   rochets   rotches   tochers   torches   troches   i -   erotics   k -   restock   rockets   stocker   l -   colters   corslet   costrel   lectors   n -   cornets   o -   cooters   scooter   p -   copters   prosect   r -   rectors   s -   corsets   costers   escorts   scoters   sectors   t -   cotters   u -   couters   scouter   v -   corvets   coverts   vectors  

Shorter words found within scoter:
cero   ceros   cor   core   cores   cors   corse   cos   coset   cost   cot   cote   cotes   cots   crest   er   eros   ers   erst   es   escot   et   oe   oes   or   orc   orcs   ore   ores   ors   ort   orts   os   ose   re   rec   recs   recto   res   rest   ret   rets   roc   rocs   roe   roes   rose   roset   rot   rote   rotes   rots   score   scot   sec   sect   ser   set   so   sore   sort   sot   store   to   toe   toes   tor   torc   torcs   tore   tores   tors   torse  

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Other words with the same letter pairs: sc   co   ot   te   er  

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