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Definitions of spittle
n. - See Spital. 2
v. t. - To dig or stir with a small spade. 2
n. - A small sort of spade. 2
n. - The thick, moist matter which is secreted by the salivary glands; saliva; spit. 2

The word "spittle" uses 7 letters: E I L P S T T.

No direct anagrams for spittle found in this word list.

Words formed by adding one letter before or after spittle (in bold), or to eilpstt in any order:
a -   platiest   o -   plotties   politest   r -   splitter   triplets   s -   spittles  

Shorter words found within spittle:
el   els   es   et   is   isle   islet   istle   it   its   lei   leis   lept   lest   let   lets   li   lie   lies   lip   lipe   lips   lis   lisp   list   lit   lite   lits   pe   pelt   pelts   pes   pest   pet   petit   pets   petti   pi   pie   pies   pile   piles   pis   piste   pit   pits   plie   plies   psi   sei   sel   sept   set   sett   si   silt   sip   sipe   sit   site   slept   slip   slipe   slipt   slit   speil   spelt   spiel   spile   spilt   spit   spite   split   step   stet   stile   stilt   stipe   stipel   tel   tels   test   tet   tets   ti   tie   ties   til   tile   tiles   tils   tilt   tilts   tip   tips   tis   tit   title   titles   tits  

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Other words with the same letter pairs: sp   pi   it   tt   tl   le  

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