Reverse Word Search Lookup

Word Explorer
Children's Dictionary
Help
Help
Help
 
intestine (usually plural) the lower part of the digestive system, below the stomach. The intestine is a long, coiled tube. It is divided into the small intestine and the large intestine.
kaleidoscope a tube with small bits of colored glass and mirrors inside. The tube is held to the eye and turned to see changing forms.
lipstick a cosmetic for coloring the lips. It usually comes in stick form inside a tube.
mask a covering for the mouth and nose to protect the wearer from germs, poisonous gases, dust, or the like. A mask is also used to protect other people from one's own germs. Some kinds of masks are used to provide oxygen or other breathable gas to the wearer through an attached tube. [1/6 definitions]
muff a tube made of warm, heavy cloth or fur. People hold their hands inside the muff to keep them warm.
narcissus a kind of plant that has yellow or white flowers and long, thin leaves. The narcissus grows from a bulb planted in the soil. Its flowers are shaped like a tube. [1/3 definitions]
needle a very thin metal tube with a sharp point, used to put medicine into the body. [1/6 definitions]
okra a green vegetable that is shaped like a tube. Okra becomes sticky when cooked and is used in soups or fried. [1/2 definitions]
periscope an instrument on a submarine that is made up of a long tube with mirrors and prisms that allow one to see ships and other things above the surface of the water.
pipe1 a tube of metal, plastic, or other material, through which a gas or liquid may flow. [3/6 definitions]
primrose a plant that grows tube-shaped flowers in many colors. Primroses have large leaves at the base of the flower stalk.
rocket1 a flying device, shaped like a tube, that is driven by hot gases released from engines in its rear. Rockets are used to launch fireworks, signals, weapons, and spacecraft. [1/3 definitions]
roll any material wound into the shape of a cylinder or tube. [2/18 definitions]
roller an object shaped like a tube, around which something is rolled. [3/4 definitions]
siphon a tube or pipe used to suck a liquid over the top of its container and into a lower one by means of air pressure. [1/2 definitions]
snorkel a tube that is held in the mouth and extends above the surface of water. Snorkels allow swimmers to breathe while their faces are in the water.
spout a tube, pipe, or other narrow opening from which a liquid is poured. [1/3 definitions]
straw a thin, hollow tube of paper, plastic, or glass used to suck up a drink; drinking straw. [1/3 definitions]
test tube a thin, hollow, glass tube that is closed at one end. Test tubes are used in scientific experiments.
thermometer an instrument for measuring temperature. Some thermometers are made of a closed glass tube containing mercury or alcohol that rises or falls as the temperature rises or falls.
trachea the tube that carries air to the lungs in humans and other animals that breathe air; windpipe. [2 definitions]