6-letter words containing l, a, c, t

  • acetal — 1,1-diethoxyethane; a colourless volatile liquid used as a solvent and in perfumes. Formula: CH3CH(OC2H5)2
  • acetyl — of, consisting of, or containing the monovalent group CH3CO-
  • actalk — (language)   A Smalltalk-based actor language developed by J-P Briot in 1989.
  • actual — You use actual to emphasize that you are referring to something real or genuine.
  • alcott — Louisa May. 1832–88, US novelist, noted for her children's books, esp Little Women (1869)
  • alecto — one of the three Furies; the others are Megaera and Tisiphone
  • altaic — a postulated family of languages of Asia and SE Europe, consisting of the Turkic, Mongolic, and Tungusic branches, and perhaps also Japanese, Korean, and Ainu
  • atelic — showing an action or happening as being unfinished
  • baltic — denoting or relating to the Baltic Sea or the Baltic States
  • cablet — a small cable, esp a cable-laid rope that has a circumference of less than 25 centimetres (ten inches)
  • callet — a scold
  • callotJacques [zhahk] /ʒɑk/ (Show IPA), 1592?–1635, French engraver and etcher.
  • caltha — a yellow-flowered ranunculaceous plant, Caltha palustris, that grows in swampy places
  • camlet — a tough waterproof cloth
  • canlit — Canadian Literature
  • cantal — a department of S central France, in the Auvergne region. Capital: Aurillac. Pop: 148 359 (2003 est). Area: 5779 sq km (2254 sq miles)
  • cantel — Alternative form of cantle.
  • cantle — the back part of a saddle that slopes upwards
  • caplet — A caplet is an oval tablet of medicine.
  • carlot — a boor or churl
  • cartel — A cartel is an association of similar companies or businesses that have grouped together in order to prevent competition and to control prices.
  • castle — A castle is a large building with thick, high walls. Castles were built by important people, such as kings, in former times, especially for protection during wars and battles.
  • catalo — a normally sterile hybrid developed from crossing the American bison with domestic cattle
  • catlin — George1796-1872; U.S. ethnologist & artist
  • cattle — Cattle are cows and bulls.
  • cautel — craftiness; skilful deceit
  • cental — a unit of weight equal to 100 pounds (45.3 kilograms)
  • chalet — A chalet is a small wooden house, especially in a mountain area or a holiday camp.
  • chalot — Plural form of chalah.
  • chital — axis deer.
  • citola — a medieval stringed instrument
  • citral — a yellow volatile liquid with a lemon-like odour, found in oils of lemon grass, orange, and lemon and used in perfumery: a terpene aldehyde consisting of the cis- isomer (citral-a or geranial) and the trans- isomer (citral-b or neral). Formula: (CH3)2C:CH(CH2)2C(CH3):CHCHO
  • claret — Claret is a type of French red wine.
  • clarts — lumps of mud, esp on shoes
  • clarty — dirty, esp covered in mud; filthy
  • clasts — Plural form of clast.
  • clatch — a squelching sound
  • clatty — Used to describe people, places, and objects that are a bit shabby, dirty, 70's, greasy.
  • cleats — Plural form of cleat.
  • clitar — (uncommon, humorous, slang) The clitoris. only used in play the clitar.
  • cloath — (obsolete) cloth.
  • clutha — a river in New Zealand, the longest river in South Island; rising in the Southern Alps it flows southeast to the Pacific. Length: 338 km (210 miles)
  • cobalt — Cobalt is a hard silvery-white metal which is used to harden steel and for producing a blue dye.
  • coital — Coital means connected with or relating to sexual intercourse.
  • coltan — a metallic ore found esp in the E Congo, consisting of columbite and tantalite (a source of the element tantalum)
  • costal — of or near a rib or the ribs
  • cotula — (in prescriptions) a measure.
  • cotwal — (in India) a chief police officer
  • crotal — any of various lichens used in dyeing wool, esp for the manufacture of tweeds
  • curtal — cut short

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