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terrane

Definitions of terrane
n. - A region or limited area considered with reference to some special feature; as, the terrane of a river, that is, its drainage basin. 2
n. - A group of rocks having a common age or origin; -- nearly equivalent to formation, but used somewhat less comprehensively. 2

The word "terrane" uses 7 letters: A E E N R R T.

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Words formed by adding one letter before or after terrane (in bold), or to aeenrrt in any order:
b -   banterer   c -   recanter   recreant   i -   retainer   l -   relearnt   s -   terranes   t -   rattener   u -   renature   v -   taverner  

Shorter words found within terrane:
ae   an   ane   ant   ante   antre   ar   are   arete   art   at   ate   ear   earn   earner   eat   eaten   eater   en   enate   enter   entera   er   era   ere   ern   erne   err   errant   et   eta   etna   na   nae   ne   near   nearer   neat   neater   nee   net   ran   ranee   rant   ranter   rare   rat   rate   rater   re   rear   ree   reearn   rent   rente   renter   reran   ret   rete   retear   ta   tae   tan   tar   tare   tarn   tarre   tea   tear   tearer   tee   teen   ten   tern   terne   terra   terrae   tree   treen  

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