Words that contain 'a' and end in 'cin'


This specific combination has resulted in 68 results.

5 letter words

  • bacin

6 letter words

  • acacin
  • aricin
  • dracin
  • farcin
  • guacin
  • laccin
  • larcin
  • niacin

7 letter words

  • allicin
  • arbacin
  • folacin
  • glaucin
  • lilacin
  • salicin
  • tabacin
  • turacin

8 letter words

  • agaricin
  • capsicin
  • characin
  • chavicin
  • clavacin
  • clavecin
  • datiscin
  • fradicin
  • garancin
  • lactucin
  • rubiacin
  • smilacin
  • styracin
  • sualocin

9 letter words

  • anthracin
  • antiricin
  • capsaicin
  • elasticin
  • kanamycin
  • stauracin
  • taraxacin
  • vasotocin

10 letter words

  • aureomycin
  • bacitracin
  • carbomycin
  • daunomycin
  • gentamicin
  • quinamicin
  • rifampicin
  • sandaracin
  • terramycin
  • uroglaucin
  • vancomycin

11 letter words

  • actinomycin
  • bacteriocin
  • blastomycin
  • capreomycin
  • cyanophycin
  • rhaponticin
  • traumaticin

12 letter words

  • acetylglycin
  • amphotericin
  • caoutchoucin
  • indomethacin
  • iodogallicin
  • oleandomycin
  • pyroguaiacin

17 letter words

  • antistreptococcin

18 letter words

  • arsenophenylglycin
  • bacteriofluorescin

21 letter words

  • triacetyloleandomycin

What is the highest scoring word you can play in Scrabble ?
From this combination of letters, it is possible to play 'chavicin' which gets 18 points.

What is the total number of words you're able to create from this combination of letters?
It's possible to create 68 words from the specified combination.

What's the largest word you can derive from words that have 'a' in and end with 'cin'?
The largest word on this page is 'triacetyloleandomycin'. It consists of 21 letters.

Which word that has 'a' in and ends with 'cin' is the most unique?
'Capsaicin' certainly ranks as the most weird word from our list of words that have 'a' in and end with 'cin'. The standard definition of 'capsaicin' is as follows: "A colorless crystalline substance extracted from the Capsicum annuum, and giving off vapors of intense acridity.". Credit to the Oxford Dictionary.