Words Match Pattern

Words Pattern


To build patterns you can use the following symbols:

(.) Point. Replaces one letter
(*) Asterisk. Replaces any string of letters

Some examples that show how to construct patterns:

re... words beginning with "re" and five letters.
re* words beginning with "re" and any number of letters.
re...* words beginning with "re" and at least five letters.
co...s words beginning with "co" and ending with "s" and six letters.
...q... words with seven letters and a "q" in the fourth position.

Findmewords list all the words that match the pattern introduced in the text box . It is a tool that can be very useful for issues related to English philology.
To obtain the definition, part of speech, origin and etymology of any word just click on it.

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