Tornado - gorwynt
Tornadoes :: tornados
1. twister :: Twister
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Vocational - (galwedigaethol) :: Business leaders gave a broad welcome to the proposals for putting vocational training on a more equal footing with academic subjects
Archivist - (archifydd) :: Catalog records are most often produced by trained catalogers or archivists
File - (file) :: to file the edge smooth
Chief - (prif) :: You had met with their chief science adviser who is under US custody right nowSEE ALL
Ours - (ni) :: They were searching for the origins of their creation just as we search for ours
Ourselves - (ein hunain) :: We could make substantial savings if we all conduct ourselves in a proper manner
Out - (allan) :: The temperatures going to drop another ten degrees before the weeks out
Outdoor - (yn yr awyr agored) :: Over the years she has tried indoor and outdoor climbing but does prefer the outdoors
Outdoors - (yn yr awyr agored) :: He has agreed to oversee guest activities outdoors but he knows he is no businessmanSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Stipple - (dotwaith) :: This lamp with over 575 pieces is made with a combination of stipple glass waterglass and rippled cathedral glass
Stipulate - (amodi) :: The system stipulates the rules and requirements that must be observed by the two parties
Stoic - (stoicaidd) :: My friends and colleagues could not understand how I could be such a stoic in the face of losing out on a fourfigure sum
Stoke - (strôc) :: The furnaces that fed them fizzled out long ago the coal that stoked the fires lies unexcavated in flooded minesSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Convenient (cyfleus) :: Fluid mixtures and elixirs have been used for centuries and provided a convenient method by which a measured dose could be administered to a patient
Organic (organig) :: Meat produced from animals that receive antibiotics also could not be labeled organic
Levitate (levitate) :: He sent her a little wave and I swear she levitated off the ground