Nope (n.): A bullfinch.
Open (a.): Free of access; not shut up; not closed; affording unobstructed ingress or egress; not impeding or preventing passage; not locked up or covered over; -- applied to passageways; as, an open door, window, road, etc.; also, to inclosed structures or objects; as, open houses, boxes, baskets, bottles, etc.; also, to means of communication or approach by water or land; as, an open harbor or roadstead.
Open (a.): Free to be used, enjoyed, visited, or the like; not private; public; unrestricted in use; as, an open library, museum, court, or other assembly; liable to the approach, trespass, or attack of any one; unprotected; exposed.
Open (a.): Free or cleared of obstruction to progress or to view; accessible; as, an open tract; the open sea.
Open (a.): Not drawn together, closed, or contracted; extended; expanded; as, an open hand; open arms; an open flower; an open prospect.
Open (a.): Without reserve or false pretense; sincere; characterized by sincerity; unfeigned; frank; also, generous; liberal; bounteous; -- applied to personal appearance, or character, and to the expression of thought and feeling, etc.
Open (a.): Not concealed or secret; not hidden or disguised; exposed to view or to knowledge; revealed; apparent; as, open schemes or plans; open shame or guilt.
Open (a.): Not of a quality to prevent communication, as by closing water ways, blocking roads, etc.; hence, not frosty or inclement; mild; -- used of the weather or the climate; as, an open season; an open winter.
Open (a.): Not settled or adjusted; not decided or determined; not closed or withdrawn from consideration; as, an open account; an open question; to keep an offer or opportunity open.
Open (a.): Free; disengaged; unappropriated; as, to keep a day open for any purpose; to be open for an engagement.
Open (a.): Uttered with a relatively wide opening of the articulating organs; -- said of vowels; as, the an far is open as compared with the a in say.
Open (a.): Uttered, as a consonant, with the oral passage simply narrowed without closure, as in uttering s.
Open (a.): Not closed or stopped with the finger; -- said of the string of an instrument, as of a violin, when it is allowed to vibrate throughout its whole length.
Open (a.): Produced by an open string; as, an open tone.
Open (n.): Open or unobstructed space; clear land, without trees or obstructions; open ocean; open water.
Open (v. t.): To make or set open; to render free of access; to unclose; to unbar; to unlock; to remove any fastening or covering from; as, to open a door; to open a box; to open a room; to open a letter.
Open (v. t.): To spread; to expand; as, to open the hand.
Open (v. t.): To disclose; to reveal; to interpret; to explain.
Open (v. t.): To make known; to discover; also, to render available or accessible for settlements, trade, etc.
Open (v. t.): To enter upon; to begin; as, to open a discussion; to open fire upon an enemy; to open trade, or correspondence; to open a case in court, or a meeting.
Open (v. t.): To loosen or make less compact; as, to open matted cotton by separating the fibers.
Open (v. i.): To unclose; to form a hole, breach, or gap; to be unclosed; to be parted.
Open (v. i.): To expand; to spread out; to be disclosed; as, the harbor opened to our view.
Open (v. i.): To begin; to commence; as, the stock opened at par; the battery opened upon the enemy.
Open (v. i.): To bark on scent or view of the game.
Peon (n.): See Poon.
Peon (n.): A foot soldier; a policeman; also, an office attendant; a messenger.
Peon (n.): A day laborer; a servant; especially, in some of the Spanish American countries, debtor held by his creditor in a form of qualified servitude, to work out a debt.
Peon (n.): See 2d Pawn.
Pone (n.): A kind of johnnycake.
Open (n): Information that has become public
Open (n): A tournament in which both professionals and amateurs may play
Open (n): Where the air is unconfined
Open (n): A clear or unobstructed space or expanse of land or water
Open (v): Make available
Open (v): Become available
Open (v): Make the opening move
Open (v): Cause to open or to become open
Open (v): Become open
Open (v): Spread out or open from a closed or folded state
Open (v): Display the contents of a file or start an application as on a c
Open (v): Afford access to
Open (v): Begin or set in action, of meetings, speeches, recitals, etc.
Open (v): Start to operate or function or cause to start operating or func
Open (v): Have an opening or passage or outlet
Open (s): Ready for business
Open (s): Not having been filled
Open (s): Openly straightforward and direct without reserve or secretivene
Open (s): Without undue constriction as from e.g. tenseness or inhibition
Open (s): Affording free passage or view
Open (a): Affording unobstructed entrance and exit; not shut or closed
Open (a): Affording free passage or access
Open (a): Used of mouth or eyes
Open (s): Having no protecting cover or enclosure
Open (a): (set theory) of an interval that contains neither of its endpoin
Open (a): Open and observable; not secret or hidden
Open (s): Open to or in view of all
Open (s): With no protection or shield
Open (a): Ready or willing to receive favorably
Open (s): Accessible to all
Open (s): Not sealed or having been unsealed
Open (s): Not brought to a conclusion; subject to further thought
Open (s): (of textures) full of small openings or gaps
Open (s): Possibly accepting or permitting
Open (s): Not requiring union membership
Open (s): Not defended or capable of being defended
Peon (n): A laborer who is obliged to do menial work
Pone (n): Cornbread often made without milk or eggs and baked or fried (so
9 Letter Words containing PONE: Aepyornis, Aeroplane, Allophone, Anemopsis, Aneuploid, Anopheles, Antipodes, Apeldoorn, Apoenzyme, Aposelene, Appointed, Appointed, Appointed, Appointed, Appointee, Appointee, Aspersion, Aspersion, Aspersion, Bad person, Bioweapon, Blue point, Blue point, Bluepoint, Bluepoint, Bonaparte, Bond paper, Break open, Break open, Break open, Brown pine, Buspirone, Can opener, Cap opener, Cell phone, Cellphone, Centropus, Chaperone, Chaperone, Check up on, Click open, Clove pink, Clozapine, Common pea, Competent, Competent, Competent, Component, Component, Component, Conceptus, Cone shape, Conepatus, Conjure up, Copartner, Copestone, Copestone, Corpulent, Cotter pin, Cuban peso, Cyclopean, Cytopenia, Dado plane, Davenport, Davenport, Davenport, De spinoza, Deception, Deception, Deception, Deep brown, Depiction, Depiction, Depiction, Depiction, Depletion, Depletion, Desk phone, Dial phone, Diplotene, Downslope, Dripstone, Dripstone, Drone pipe, Drop a line, Drop scone, Dyspnoeal, Dyspnoeic, Elopement, Encompass, Endolymph, Endomorph, Endoplasm, Endorphin, Endoscope, Endoscopy, Endosperm, Endospore, Enter upon, Entoproct, Ephemeron, Epilation, Epilation, Eponymous, Espagnole, Esperanto, Espionage, Ethiopian, Ethiopian, Euphonium, Euphonous, Exception, Exception, Exception, Exemption, Exemption, Exemption, Expansion, Expansion, Expansion, Expansion, Expiation, Expiation, Explosion, Explosion, Explosion, Explosion, Explosion, Explosion, Explosion, Exporting, Expounder, Expulsion, Expulsion, Expulsion, Eye opener, Eye opener, Ezra pound, Fat person, Fore plane, Fourpence, Fourpenny, Fringepod, Genotypic, Genus pavo, Ginger pop, Godparent, Golden cup, Golden pea, Gomphrena, Green soap, Gunpowder, Gynophore, Gyroplane, Harpooner, Headphone, Hinge upon, Hog peanut, Homophone, Hoop snake, Hop garden, Horned asp, Horsepond, Hotel plan, Hypnotise, Hypnotize, Ibuprofen, Impinge on, Importune, Impotence, Impotence, Impotency, Impotency, Inception, Indispose, Indispose, Indispose, Inspector, Inspector, Interlope, Interpose, Interpose, Interpose, Interpose, Isopteran, John speke, Keep going, Keep going, Keep going, Keogh plan, Kept woman, Kinescope, Lampooner, Layperson, Lemon drop, Lemon peel, Lemon peel, Leptotene, Lipo-hepin, Long plane, Lung-power, Lymph node, Mcpherson, Megaphone, Melpomene, Menopause, Mole plant, Mole plant, Monkey pod, Monkeypod, Monoplane, Montespan, Mop handle, Mugho pine, Napoleon i, Negaprion, Nemophila, Neophobia, Neoplasia, Neosporin, Nephology, Nephrosis, Nephrosis, Net profit, Neuropile, Newel post, Nilpotent, Nipponese, Nipponese, Nolle pros, Nonexempt, Nonexempt, Nonpareil, Nonpareil, Nonpareil, Nonpareil, Nonperson, Nonplused, North peak, North pole, Nose drops, Nosepiece, Nosepiece, Nosepiece, Notepaper, Ocean pout, Ocean trip, Oenophile, Old person, Omelet pan, On purpose, On the spot, On the spot, On the spot, On-the-spot, One-humped, One-person, Open chain, Open frame, Open house, Open order, Open sight, Open weave, Open-chain, Open-ended, Open-ended, Open-ended, Operate on, Operating, Operating, Operation, Operation, Operation, Operation, Operation, Operation, Operation, Operation, Operation, Operation, Operation, Opiliones, Opportune, Opulently, Organ pipe, Orphanage, Orphanage, Orthopnea, Outspoken, Outspoken, Overprint, Overprint, Overspend, Overspend, Ownership, Ownership, Ownership, Pademelon, Paleocene, Panoplied, Panoplied, Pantomime, Pantomime, Pantothen, Pantyhose, Parhelion, Parsonage, Part-owner, Parthenon, Patent log, Patient of, Patronage, Patronage, Patronage, Patronage, Patronage, Patronage, Patronage, Patroness, Patronise, Patronise, Patronise, Patronise, Patronize, Patronize, Patronize, Patronize, Peanut oil, Pelt along, Penal code, Pencil box, Pendragon, Pendulous, Pennoncel, Penobscot, Penobscot, Pensacola, Pensioner, Penstemon, Pentatone, Pentecost, Pentecost, Penthouse, Pentothal, Pentoxide, Penurious, Penurious, Pepperoni, Percheron, Perdition, Perfusion, Perigonal, Persimmon, Persimmon, Personage, Personage, Personate, Personate, Personify, Personify, Personify, Personnel, Personnel, Persoonia, Pervasion, Petronius, Phenotype, Phenytoin, Pheromone, Phnom penh, Phoenicia, Phone bill, Phone book, Phone call, Phone card, Phone cord, Phone jack, Phone line, Phone plug, Phonebook, Phonemics, Phonetics, Phosphine, Phylogeny, Piano wire, Pigeon pea, Pigeon pea, Pin clover, Pine mouse, Pinealoma, Pinon pine, Pinto bean, Piousness, Pipe organ, Place down, Planetoid, Plank over, Plate iron, Plenteous, Pleonaste, Plethodon, Pneumonia, Pneumonic, Pneumonic, Pneumovax, Poenology, Poignance, Point lace, Pointedly, Pointless, Pointless, Pointless, Poison pea, Poker hand, Polar zone, Police van, Policeman, Pollenate, Pollinate, Polonaise, Polygenic, Polynesia, Polyphone, Polythene, Pond apple, Pond apple, Pondering, Ponderosa, Ponderous, Ponderous, Ponderous, Pope's nose, Porcelain, Porcupine, Poriferan, Porringer, Postponer, Potentate, Potential, Potential, Potential, Potential, Pothunter, Pothunter, Pothunter, Pound cake, Power line, Power unit, Praenomen, Precentor, Precision, Predation, Predation, Prehensor, Preordain, Pres young, Preseason, Press down, Pretorian, Pretorian, Prevision, Prevision, Prevision, Prevision, Primidone, Princedom, Princedom, Princeton, Princeton, Print over, Pro re nata, Proenzyme, Profanely, Profanely, Progestin, Prolamine, Prolonged, Prolonged, Promenade, Promenade, Promenade, Promenade, Promenade, Promenade, Promenade, Prominent, Prominent, Proneness, Pronounce, Pronounce, Propanone, Proponent, Propylene, Prosiness, Prostheon, Protamine, Provencal, Provencal, Provender, Provender, Proventil, Provident, Provident, Pseudonym, Pubic bone, Pyrogenic, Pyrogenic, Pythoness, Pythoness, Queen post, Range pole, Reception, Reception, Reception, Reception, Reception, Repletion, Repletion, Reporting, Reproving, Repulsion, Repulsion, Repulsion, Responder, Roman pace, Roman type, Saxophone, Sciaenops, Scorpaena, Scots pine, Septation, Seven-spot, Ship money, Shipowner, Shore pine, Shy person, Simpleton, Singapore, Singapore, Singapore, Slip noose, Soapiness, Soapstone, Soupiness, Soupiness, Spelldown, Sphenodon, Splendour, Splendour, Spodumene, Spokesman, Spondaise, Spondaize, Sponge bag, Sponge mop, Sponge off, Spongefly, Spoonfeed, Spoonfeed, Stanhopea, Sternpost, Stone pine, Stonecrop, Supernova, Suspensor, Syncopate, Syncopate, Tamponade, Tamponage, Telephone, Telephone, Telephone, Telephony, Tennis pro, Theophany, Tin opener, Tisiphone, Transpose, Transpose, Transpose, Transpose, Transpose, Transpose, Transpose, Transpose, Treponema, Two-a-penny, Uncoupled, Uncropped, Unhopeful, Unopposed, Unpeopled, Unpointed, Unpowered, Unspoiled, Unspoiled, Unspotted, Upper avon, Viewpoint, Viewpoint, Weak point, Weaponize, Well point, Wellpoint, Welsh pony, West point, Wind power, Xylophone, Zapotecan, Zapotecan, Zero point,
8 Letter Words containing PONE: Al capone, Antelope, Antilope, Antipode, Antipope, Aphelion, Apocrine, Appleton, Appleton, Atropine, Bear upon, Bespoken, Bespoken, Bontemps, Canopied, Cape horn, Cape town, Caponise, Caponize, Capstone, Capstone, Cenotaph, Chaperon, Chaperon, Come upon, Come upon, Compline, Conspire, Conspire, Contempt, Contempt, Contempt, Contempt, Copaline, Cornpone, Couperin, Couple on, Deep down, Depend on, Depend on, Depend on, Depokene, Deponent, Despoina, Dew point, Diaphone, Dipteron, Dopamine, Dowel pin, Drop line, Drop open, Drop zone, Dropline, Dyspnoea, Earphone, Echinops, End point, End point, Endocarp, Endpoint, Enophile, Entrepot, Entrepot, Envelope, Envelope, Envelope, Envelope, Envelope, Envelope, Epanodos, Epanodos, Eponymic, Eruption, Eruption, Eruption, Eruption, Eruption, Eruption, Euphonic, Eupnoeic, European, European, Exponent, Exponent, Exponent, Fall open, Feed upon, Genotype, Genotype, Genus poa, Heptagon, Hereupon, Hold open, Homespun, Homespun, Homespun, Homespun, Honeypot, Hoop pine, Hornpipe, Hornpipe, Hornpipe, Huon pine, Hyperion, Hypopnea, Imou pine, Impotent, Impotent, In person, In-person, Interpol, Jalapeno, Jalapeno, Keep down, Keep down, Keep down, Keep note, Keep open, Linotype, Loop-line, Loosen up, Loosen up, Loosen up, Loosen up, Loosen up, Loxapine, Lycopene, Manpower, Metopion, Monotype, Monotype, Monotype, Morphine, Mugo pine, Namedrop, Napoleon, Napoleon, Napoleon, Naproxen, Necropsy, Neon lamp, Neophron, Neophyte, Neophyte, Neophyte, Neoplasm, Neoprene, Nephrops, Nepotism, Nepotist, Neuropil, Nine-spot, One-party, One-piece, Open door, Open door, Open fire, Open shop, Open-eyed, Open-plan, Openbill, Opencast, Openness, Openness, Openness, Openwork, Opium den, Opponent, Opponent, Opponent, Opsonize, Opulence, Orphaned, Orpiment, Palaemon, Pantheon, Pantheon, Pantheon, Pardoner, Pardoner, Pare down, Paterson, Paterson, Pathogen, Patronne, Pay-phone, Peignoir, Penelope, Penelope, Penn'orth, Penology, Penoncel, Penstock, Penstock, Pentagon, Pentagon, Pentagon, Perigone, Peroneal, Peroneus, Personal, Personal, Personal, Personal, Personal, Personal, Petition, Petition, Petition, Phaethon, Phaethon, Phenolic, Philemon, Philemon, Philemon, Phocoena, Phonemic, Phonemic, Phonetic, Phonetic, Phosgene, Piedmont, Piedmont, Piedmont, Piemonte, Pimiento, Pimiento, Pin money, Pinafore, Pine knot, Pine vole, Pinecone, Pinioned, Pinioned, Pinochle, Pipe down, Plectron, Pleonasm, Pliocene, Plot line, Pnom penh, Pointrel, Poisoner, Poke into, Poke into, Pole bean, Polo-neck, Polygene, Pond pine, Ponderer, Pondweed, Pondweed, Pongidae, Ponselle, Pontifex, Poorness, Poorness, Poorness, Poorness, Port wine, Poseidon, Posseman, Postpone, Potemkin, Potently, Pound net, Poundage, Poundage, Poundage, Poundage, Prionace, Prisoner, Procaine, Profaned, Prolonge, Propenal, Provence, Province, Province, Ptomaine, Ptomaine, Pug-nosed, Pure tone, Pyogenic, Pyroxene, Rely upon, Repose on, Response, Response, Response, Response, Response, Response, Response, Rocephin, Rope burn, Rope down, Rope yarn, Ropiness, Rose pink, Sarpedon, Set point, Sphenion, Sphenoid, Splendor, Splendor, Sponge on, Sponge up, Stanhope, Step down, Step down, Step on it, Step-down, Stone pit, Subpoena, Subpoena, Teaspoon, Teaspoon, Tholepin, Tom paine, Tone poem, Twopence, Twopenny, Uncouple, Unopened, Unperson, Unplowed, Unpotted, Unproved, Unproven, Unsloped, Unspoken, Unspoken, Weaponed, Weaponry, Wear upon, Wide-open, Wide-open, Xenophon,
7 Letter Words containing PONE: Apnoeic, Apogean, Apolune, Bendopa, Capoten, Chopine, Concept, Copehan, Cowpens, Dapsone, Despond, Doxepin, Entropy, Entropy, Envelop, Epigone, Epizoan, Epizoan, Epizoon, Eponymy, Epsilon, Euphony, Eupnoea, Europan, Expound, Expound, Fly open, Hencoop, Hipbone, Hyperon, Lepanto, Menopon, Nephron, Newport, Newport, Nonuple, Nopalea, Notepad, On paper, One-spot, One-step, One-step, Opaline, Open air, Open-air, Opencut, Opening, Opening, Opening, Opening, Opening, Opening, Opening, Opening, Opening, Opening, Opening, Opening, Opening, Opening, Operand, Operant, Opulent, Padrone, Padrone, Paeonia, Pallone, Panoche, Peg down, Peg down, Penoche, Pension, Pension, Pentode, Pentose, Peonage, Peonage, Peptone, Perigon, Persona, Persona, Phaeton, Phocine, Phoenix, Phoenix, Phoenix, Phoenix, Phonate, Phone-in, Phoneme, Pi-meson, Pimento, Pimento, Pin bone, Pinhole, Pinocle, Pioneer, Pioneer, Pioneer, Pioneer, Pioneer, Pleione, Pointed, Pointed, Pointel, Pointer, Pointer, Pointer, Pointer, Poke fun, Polenta, Ponstel, Pop tent, Porcine, Porcine, Porcine, Portend, Portent, Postern, Potence, Potency, Potency, Potency, Potency, Poulenc, Pounder, Pounder, Prelone, Press on, Profane, Profane, Profane, Profane, Profane, Profane, Progeny, Proline, Pronate, Pronged, Pronged, Propane, Propene, Protean, Protein, Pterion, Pug nose, Pug-nose, Pyrogen, Pyrogen, Repoint, Respond, Respond, Respond, Set upon, Shen-pao, Sinoper, Snooper, Snow pea, Snow pea, Spinose, Spokane, Spondee, Sponger, Sponger, Stepson, Syncope, Syncope, Ten-spot, Tien-pao, Unhoped, Unposed, Xenopus,
6 Letter Words containing PONE: Bone up, Capone, Cow pen, Depone, Epigon, Eponym, Eponym, Keep on, Lepton, Lepton, Open up, Open up, Open up, Open up, Open up, Open up, Open up, Opened, Opened, Opened, Opener, Opener, Opener, Openly, Operon, Orpine, Paeony, Pennon, Pennon, Pernio, Pernod, Person, Person, Person, Phenol, Phenol, Phoner, Phoney, Phoney, Pigeon, Pinole, Pollen, Ponder, Pongee, Poteen, Potent, Potent, Potent, Potent, Pounce, Pounce, Progne, Proven, Reopen, Rope in, Rope in, Spoken, Sponge, Sponge, Sponge, Sponge, Sponge, Sponge, Sponge, Sponge, Sponge, Step on, Tone up, Unopen, Weapon, Weapon,
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