reverse search

Word Explorer
Children's Dictionary
French fries (often lower case) potatoes cut into long strips and fried in fat.
glorify to cause to appear better or more important than is actually the case. [1/2 definitions]
Gypsy (lower case) one thought of as acting like a Gypsy. [1/2 definitions]
handbag a bag or case used to carry small personal articles; purse.
holster a case for a gun or pistol that can be attached to a belt and is made of leather or other material.
housing a case that covers or protects. [1/3 definitions]
in any event no matter what happens; in any case.
instance a case, example or occasion.
jury a group of people called to a court of law who listen to the facts of a case and decide its outcome. [1/2 definitions]
Kelvin (lower case) one unit of the Kelvin scale. [1/3 definitions]
kit1 a case for a collection of items that have a similar purpose. [1/3 definitions]
lantern a case or container that is made of a material through which a light can shine and be protected.
lawsuit a case brought before a court of law, especially when a person or group has a strong complaint against another.
locket a small metal case that holds a picture or a lock of hair. It is usually worn on a chain around the neck.
lower case Letters that are not capitals. In printing, the tray that holds these letters is called the lower case.
margin an extra amount allowed in case more than expected is necessary. [1/3 definitions]
Muse (lower case) the source of creative ideas for an artist or scientist. [1/2 definitions]
pencil a long, thin tool used for writing or drawing. Pencils are made of a narrow stick of graphite held within a case of wood. [1/3 definitions]
quiver2 a case designed to hold and transport arrows, often strapped to the back or waist.
Roman (usually lower case) relating to upright printing type or lettering. [2/4 definitions]
scabbard a case for holding a sword or other weapon with a blade.