Words that have 'w' as the second letter and 'n' as fifth letter


Keep scrolling to find 69 entries for all the words where the 2nd letter is 'w' and 5th letter is 'n'.

5 letter words

  • awarn
  • owsen
  • swain
  • swoln
  • swoon
  • sworn
  • swoun
  • twain
  • tween

6 letter words

  • aweing
  • awning
  • awrong
  • dwayne
  • ewound
  • iwound
  • owling
  • owning
  • rwound
  • swains
  • swanny
  • sweeny
  • sweens
  • swoony
  • swoons
  • swound
  • swouns
  • twains
  • tweeny

7 letter words

  • awnings
  • kwannon
  • kwaznku
  • swanned
  • swanner
  • swannet
  • swinney
  • swooned
  • swooner
  • swounds
  • swouned
  • twinned
  • twinner

8 letter words

  • awayness
  • awedness
  • awninged
  • swainish
  • swanneck
  • swannery
  • swanning
  • swannish
  • sweenies
  • swinneys
  • swooners
  • swooning
  • swounded
  • swouning
  • tweenies
  • twinness
  • twinning

9 letter words

  • swainmote
  • swainship
  • swainsona
  • swounding
  • twinnings

10 letter words

  • awaynesses
  • swannecked
  • swanneries
  • swooningly
  • tweenlight

12 letter words

  • swainishness

What is the highest score you can get in Scrabble using this list of words where 'w' is the 2nd letter and 'n' is the 5th letter?
From this particular combination, it is possible to play 'kwaznku' for a score of 27 in Scrabble.

Which word where the second letter is 'w' and fifth letter is 'n' is the most popular word in the dictionary?
'Sworn' is the most well-known word from this list, ranked 6117th most common word.

What is the largest word you can make using the combination of letters searched for?
Consider 'swainishness'

How many words can you put together using the specified combination?
You can derive 69 words from the specified letter combination.

What word where the second letter is 'w' and fifth letter is 'n' is the most interesting?
Dictionarypedia feels that 'awning' to be the most interesting word on this list. The traditional definition of 'awning' is as follows: "1. A rooflike cover, usually of canvas, extended over or before any place as a shelter from the sun, rain, or wind. 2. (Naut.) That part of the poop deck which is continued forward beyond the bulkhead of the cabin.".