Words that have 'g' as the second letter and 's' as fourth letter


Your search term has generated 40 results.

4 letter words where the second letter is 'g' and fourth letter is 's'

  • agas
  • ages
  • agos
  • eggs
  • egis
  • egos
  • ughs

5 letter words where the second letter is 'g' and fourth letter is 's'

  • agasp
  • agast
  • agism
  • agist
  • agush
  • agust
  • egest

6 letter words where the second letter is 'g' and fourth letter is 's'

  • agisms
  • agists
  • egesta
  • egests
  • egises

7 letter words where the second letter is 'g' and fourth letter is 's'

  • agisted
  • agister
  • agistor
  • egested

8 letter words where the second letter is 'g' and fourth letter is 's'

  • agastric
  • agisting
  • egesting
  • egestion
  • egestive
  • eggshell
  • igasuric
  • rgisseur

9 letter words where the second letter is 'g' and fourth letter is 's'

  • agastache
  • agastreae
  • agistator
  • agistment
  • egestions
  • eggshells

10 letter words where the second letter is 'g' and fourth letter is 's'

  • agostadero

11 letter words where the second letter is 'g' and fourth letter is 's'

  • egosyntonic

13 letter words where the second letter is 'g' and fourth letter is 's'

  • agastroneuria

Using where the second letter is 'g' and fourth letter is 's', what is the longest word possible to assemble?
There are 13 characters in the word agastroneuria, making it the biggest word on our list.

Which word where the second letter is 'g' and fourth letter is 's' is the most common word?
The most common word for your request is ages.

How many viable words could one put together with this combination of letters?
All in all, you can assemble 40 words.

What is the highest number of points you can get in Scrabble from this list of words where the second letter is 'g' and fourth letter is 's'?
For a score of 13 points in Scrabble, you are able to use eggshell.

Which is the most unusual word from this list?
The most weird word from this list is agistor. According to the English dictionary, agistor means "(a) Formerly, an officer of the king's forest, who had the care of cattle agisted, and collected the money for the same; -- hence called gisttaker, which in England is corrupted into guest-taker. (B) Now, one who agists or takes in cattle to pasture at a certain rate; a pasturer....".