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  • bested A man hidden in the darkness of the bunkhouse behind Reivers snickered audibly; for Campbell had told the story of how Toppy had bested the boss at poker and the man understood Toppy’s thrust.
  • rested For a few moments her eyes rested on him searchingly.
  • sated You know this? Then go back some day, When I have gone the moonless way, To that dark rock whereon we lay And waited; And when the moon has arisen free, Your soiling doubt shall fall from me, And eased of unrest your heart shall be, And sated.
  • saturday He was invited to the Evans's to supper on Saturday and to Mrs. MacDonald's to dinner on Sunday.
  • seated Eve had seated herself on a chair, without raising the thick veil which hid her face.
  • seed There was Farmer Broughton I seed, an' I don't know nobody else."
  • seeded She was reclining on a sofa of sea-green velvet, seeded with pearls, bearing in its centre the cypher of herself and lord, surmounted by a coronet.
  • seedy The first intimation the owner has is a report from the forge that seedy-toe is in existence.
  • someday I figured that someday I'd know why I was doing it.
  • stay Stay here, mademoiselle, he said; your place is henceforth by my side.
  • stead Jess's experience as a maid to her ladyship has stood her in good stead.
  • steady Her brows were wide, her eyes brown and steady, nose and lips sensitive.
  • steed Wilder went after, leading his steed, that still strained back upon the bridle.
  • study The study of the Breviary hymns is a highly interesting one, and when it is supported by the different efforts of different translators, it yields new delights, and new beauties are discovered in verses which are sometimes said too rapidly for earnest thought and attention.
  • tested The mother's wifeish lines would, perhaps, have been tested in a furnace.
  • vested The knight, who was renowned for, his hospitality, had the honour of entertaining King James at Hinchinbroke, but, getting into pecuniary difficulties, was obliged to sell his estates, which were conveyed, July 28th, 1627, to Sir Sidney Montagu of Barnwell, father of the first Earl of Sandwich, in whose descendant they are still vested.
  • yesterday Toussaint wasn't able to go back to the works till the day before yesterday, and he'll have to ask for an advance this evening."
  • Jested Thousands took refuge in flight, to the infinite delight of the wits in the coffee-houses who jested of the "Independence Fever" which was carrying off so many worthy people.
  • Sited On December 6, 1873 (six days after the first regatta was held), the rowers that had taken part in it met in the coffeehouse "Gymnasium" sited on Florida and Corrientes Avenue in Buenos Aires with the purpose of establishing a club.
  • STD The "area code" is also referred to as an "STD (code)" (subscriber trunk dialling) or a "dialling code" in the UK.
  • nested A soft wind talked to itself in the branches of the big mulberry tree on the lawn; a few placid stars shone in the blue-black heavens, then the late moon like a yellow fire; a nested sparrow chirped contentedly beneath the eaves; and, like a solemn wash of waves upon a hidden beach, London moaned and murmured through all its vast circumference.
  • steeds They had been terrified by the thundering tread of the steeds, and had hidden at their approach.

138 words made from the letters yseteday

3 letter words made from yseteday:

est, dat, yet, ade, sat, tee, eye, dye, sea, yay, ese, sty, dys, tad, eta, sad, yea, des, dts, set, das, tea, day, ted, say, ate, eat, yes, tay, see.

6 letter words made from yseteday:

easted, steady, yeasty, teased, teades, sayyed, yeates, sedate, seyyed, adeste, seated, steedy.

5 letter words made from yseteday:

sayed, dates, eades, teays, seedy, ystad, yated, estey, yeeds, styed, deasy, seyed, aedes, stede, teaed, teyde, dasey, stead, deats, saety, asyet, stedy, yeads, sated, sdate, dayes, yayed, yeats, steed, seeya, yedes, tased, aytes, yeast, seeta, tsade, eased, deste, ysaye, teads, dease, tease.

4 letter words made from yseteday:

stye, dayt, eyed, ayty, yays, seay, seed, eyas, stay, tyee, sady, esye, ayed, seta, edey, syda, seya, esty, tays, days, sate, eday, ease, sayd, tyes, eyad, tyas, ayte, teye, eady, tayy, tedy, sede, sade, tyed, etsy, yeas, eade, east, taee, yeye, edye, yeed, yeda, easy, eyes, seat, yeta, date, ayts, eats, eeas, tsay.

7 letter words made from yseteday:

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