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Definition of reagent
n. - A substance capable of producing with another a reaction, especially when employed to detect the presence of other bodies; a test. 2

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

Direct anagrams of reagent:
  grantee   greaten   negater

Words formed by adding one letter before or after reagent (in bold), or to aeegnrt in any order:
e -   generate   teenager   i -   gratinee   interage   l -   regental   s -   estrange   grantees   greatens   negaters   reagents   sergeant  

Shorter words found within reagent:
ae   ag   age   agee   agene   agent   ager   agree   an   ane   anger   ant   ante   antre   ar   are   arete   argent   art   at   ate   eager   eagre   ear   earn   eat   eaten   eater   eger   egret   en   enate   eng   enrage   enter   entera   er   era   ere   erg   ergate   ern   erne   et   eta   etna   gae   gaen   gan   gane   gar   garnet   gat   gate   gear   gee   gen   gene   genera   genet   genre   gent   gerent   get   geta   gnar   gnat   gran   grant   grat   grate   great   gree   green   greet   na   nae   nag   ne   near   neat   neater   nee   negate   net   rag   rage   ragee   ran   ranee   rang   range   rant   rat   rate   re   ree   reg   regent   regna   rent   rente   ret   retag   rete   ta   tae   tag   tan   tang   tar   tare   targe   tarn   tea   tear   tee   teen   teg   ten   tenge   terga   tern   terne   tree   treen  

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