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wassail

Definitions of wassail
n. - An ancient expression of good wishes on a festive occasion, especially in drinking to some one. 2
n. - An occasion on which such good wishes are expressed in drinking; a drinking bout; a carouse. 2
n. - The liquor used for a wassail; esp., a beverage formerly much used in England at Christmas and other festivals, made of ale (or wine) flavored with spices, sugar, toast, roasted apples, etc.; -- called also lamb's wool. 2
n. - A festive or drinking song or glee. 2
a. - Of or pertaining to wassail, or to a wassail; convivial; as, a wassail bowl. 2
v. i. - To hold a wassail; to carouse. 2

The word "wassail" uses 7 letters: A A I L S S W.

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Words formed by adding one letter before or after wassail (in bold), or to aailssw in any order:
h -   sahiwals   s -   wassails  

Shorter words found within wassail:
aa   aal   aals   aas   ai   ail   ails   ais   al   ala   alas   alias   als   as   ass   assai   assail   aw   awa   awl   awls   is   la   las   lass   law   laws   li   lis   sail   sails   sal   sals   salsa   saw   saws   si   sial   sials   sis   sisal   slaw   slaws   swail   swails   wail   wails   was   wis   wiss  

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