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Definitions of sceptre
n. - A staff or baton borne by a sovereign, as a ceremonial badge or emblem of authority; a royal mace. 2
n. - Hence, royal or imperial power or authority; sovereignty; as, to assume the scepter. 2
v. t. - To endow with the scepter, or emblem of authority; to invest with royal authority. 2

The word "sceptre" uses 7 letters: C E E P R S T.

Direct anagrams of sceptre:
  recepts   respect   scepter   specter   spectre

Words formed by adding one letter before or after sceptre (in bold), or to ceeprst in any order:
d -   sceptred   f -   perfects   prefects   i -   crepiest   receipts   l -   prelects   n -   percents   precents   p -   percepts   precepts   s -   respects   scepters   sceptres   specters   spectres   x -   excerpts  

Shorter words found within sceptre:
cee   cees   cep   cepe   cepes   ceps   cere   ceres   certes   cete   cetes   creep   creeps   crepe   crepes   crept   crest   er   ere   erect   erects   ers   erst   es   ester   et   pe   pec   pecs   pee   peer   peers   pees   per   perse   pert   pes   pest   pester   pet   peter   peters   pets   pree   prees   prese   preset   prest   re   rec   recept   recs   ree   rees   reest   rep   reps   res   resect   reset   rest   ret   rete   rets   scree   sec   secret   sect   see   seep   seer   sept   ser   sere   set   spec   speer   spree   steep   steer   step   stere   strep   tee   tees   terce   terces   terse   tree   trees  

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