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Word Matrix: Wint(e)r

Wint(e)r Word Matrix

<wint(e)r>
Old English winter (plural wintru) “fourth and coldest season of the year”

Words Sums

Wint(e)r = winter
Wint(e)r + s = winters
Wint(e)r + ed = wintered
Wint(e)r + ing = wintering

Wint(e)r + ish = winterish
Wint(e)r + y = wintery
Wint(e)r + y + er = winterier
Wint(e)r + y + est = winteriest
Wint(e)r + less = winterless
Wint(e)r + ly = winterly
Wint(e)r + er = winterer
Wint(e)r + er + s = winterers
Wint(e)r + Like = winterlike

Wint(e)r + ize = winterize
Wint(e)r + ize + s = winterizes
Wint(e)r + ize + ed = winterized
Wint(e)r + ize + ing = winterizing
Wint(e)r + ize + ate + ion = winterization
Wint(e)r + ize + ate + ion + s= winterizations

Be + Wint(e)r = bewinter
Be + Wint(e)r + s = bewinters
Be + Wint(e)r + ed = bewintered
Be + Wint(e)r + ing = bewintering
Fimbul + Wint(e)r = Fimbulwinter
In + Wint(e)r = inwinter
In + Wint(e)r + s = inwinters
In + Wint(e)r + ed = inwintered
In + Wint(e)r + ing = inwintering
Mid + Wint(e)r = midwinter
Mid + Wint(e)r + s = midwinters
Out + Wint(e)r = outwinter
Out + Wint(e)r + s = outwinters
Out + Wint(e)r + ed = outwintered
Out + Wint(e)r + ing = outwintering
Over + Wint(e)r = overwinter
Over + Wint(e)r + s = overwinters
Over + Wint(e)r + ed = overwintered
Over + Wint(e)r + ing = overwintering

Wint(e)r + Berry = winterberry
Wint(e)r + Berry + s = winterberries
Wint(e)r + Cress = wintercress
Wint(e)r + Cress + es = wintercresses
Wint(e)r + Clad = winterclad
Wint(e)r + Creep + er = wintercreeper
Wint(e)r + Creep + er + s = wintercreepers
Wint(e)r + Feed = winterfeed
Wint(e)r + Feed + s = winterfeeds
Wint(e)r + Feed + ing = winterfeeding
Wint(e)r + Fed = winterfed
Wint(e)r + Fest = winterfest
Wint(e)r + Fest + s = winterfests
Wint(e)r + Green = wintergreen
Wint(e)r + Green + s = wintergreens
Wint(e)r + Hain = winterhain
Wint(e)r + Hain + s = winterhains
Wint(e)r + Hain + ed = winterhained
Wint(e)r + Hain + ing = winterhaining
Wint(e)r + Hard + y = winterhardy
Wint(e)r + Hard + y + ness = winterhardiness
Wint(e)r + Kill = winterkill
Wint(e)r + Kill + s = winterkills
Wint(e)r + Kill + ed = winterkilled
Wint(e)r + Kill + ing = winterkilling
Wint(e)r + Some = wintersome
Wint(e)r + Sweet = wintersweet
Wint(e)r + Tide = wintertide
Wint(e)r + Tide + s = wintertides
Wint(e)r + Time = wintertime
Wint(e)r + Time + s = wintertimes
Wint(e)r + Weed = winterweed
Wint(e)r + Weed + s = winterweeds
Wint(e)r + Weight = winterweight

Wint(e)r + y = wintry
Wint(e)r + y + er = wintrier
Wint(e)r + y + est = wintriest
Wint(e)r + y + ly = wintrily
Wint(e)r + y + ness = wintriness
Wint(e)r + y + ness + es = wintrinesses
Wint(e)r + ous = wintrous
Wint(e)r + ous + ly = wintrously
un + Wint(e)r + y = unwintry

Definitions

winter: fourth and coldest season of the year
-s: forming plural of noun
-s: forming third person singular of verbs
-ed: forming simple past and past participle of weak verb
-ing: forming present participle of verb
-er: forming comparative of adjective
-est: forming superlative of adjective

-ate: word-forming element used in forming nouns
be-: to make like
berry: (noun) small roundish juicy fruit without a stone
cress: (noun) plant of the cabbage family, typically having small white flowers and pungent leaves
clad: (verb) clothed
creep: (verb) move slowly and carefully in order to avoid being heard or noticed
-er: denoting a person or thing that performs a specified action or activity
feed: (verb) give food
fed: (verb) simple past and past participle of feed
fest: (noun) party or celebration, clip of festival
fimbul-: mighty, great
green: (noun) color between blue and yellow
hain: (verb) save, spare, or refrain from using
hard: (adjective) solid, firm, rigid, not easily broken
hardy: (adjective) robust
in-: towards, within, not out
-ion: denoting state, condition, or action
-ish: having the qualities or characteristics of, somewhat
-ize: word-forming element used to make verbs
kill: (verb) cause to die
-less: not having, free from
-like: similar to, characteristic of
-ly: denoting manner or degree
mid-: middle of, half
-ness: denoting a state or condition
-ous: characterized by, of the nature of [from Anglo-Norman French, or Old French -eus, from Latin -osus]
out-: away from, not in
over-: upper, outer, above, extra, excessively
some: (noun) cereal, crop, sorghum
sweet: (adjective) having the taste of sugar
tide: (noun) time
time: (noun) progression into the future with the passing of present events into the past
un-: denoting the absence of a quality or state, not, denoting reversal, a lack of
weed: (noun) wild plant growing where it is not wanted and in competition with cultivated plants
weight: (noun) heaviness
-y: full of, having the quality of

winter: (noun) fourth and coldest season of the year, (verb) spend the winter in a particular place
winters: plural of winter, third person singular of winter
wintered: simple past and past participle of winter
wintering: present participle of winter

winterish: (adjective) somewhat like winter
wintery: variation of wintry
winterier: variation of wintrier
winteriest: variation of wintriest
winterless: (adjective) without or lacking winter
winterly: (adjective) of, relating to, or occurring in winter [variation of wintry]
winterer: (noun) one that visits or resides in a specified location during the winter
winterers: plural of winterer
winterlike: (adjective) similar to winter

winterize: (verb) prepare for winter weather
winterizes: third person singular of winterize
winterized: simple past and past participle of winterize
winterizing: present participle of winterize
winterization: (noun) the act of preparing for winter
winterizations: plural of winterization

bewinter: (verb) to make like winter
bewinters: third person singular of bewinter
bewintered: simple past and past participle of bewinter
bewintering: present participle of bewinter
Fimbulwinter: (noun) literally “great winter,” in Norse mythology, immediate prelude to the events of Ragnarök, the battle that will end the world
inwinter: (verb) to keep indoors during the weather [variation of in-winter]
inwinters: third person singular of inwinter
inwintered: simple past and past participle of inwinter
inwintering: present participle of inwinter
midwinter: (noun) middle of winter
midwinters: plural of midwinter
outwinter: (verb) to keep outdoors during the weather
outwinters: third person singular of outwinter
outwintered: simple past and past participle of outwinter
outwintering: present participle of outwinter
overwinter: (verb) to keep or preserve for the winter, to spend the winter in a particular place
overwinters: third person singular of overwinter
overwintered: simple past and past participle of overwinter
overwintering: present participle of overwinter

winterberry: species of holly native to the United States and Canada and producing red berries
winterberries: plural of winterberry
wintercress: (noun) herbaceous biennial plant in the mustard family
wintercresses: plural of wintercress
winterclad: (adjective) clothed suitably for winter
wintercreeper: (noun) fast-growing, versatile ground cover, shrub, or vine
wintercreepers: plural of wintercress
winterfeed: (noun) food given to livestock during the winter, (verb) to feed during the winter
winterfeeds: plural of winterfeed, third person singular of winterfeed
winterfeeding: present participle of winterfeed
winterfed: simple past and past participle of winterfeed
winterfest: (noun) festival held in or for the winter
winterfests: plural of winterfest
wintergreen: (noun) one of various unrelated evergreen plants
wintergreens: plural of wintergreen
winterhain: (verb) to let pasture lie without cattle in winter especially in order to take off a crop of hay in the spring
winterhains: third person singular of winterhain
winterhained: simple past and past participle of winterhain
winterhaining: present participle of winterhain
winterhardy: (adjective) strong enough to survive cold weather
winterhardiness: (noun) quality or state of being winterhardy
winterkill: (verb) to die by means of exposure to winter weather such as frost or freezing temperatures
winterkills: third person singular of winterkill
winterkilled: simple past and past participle of winterkill
winterkilling: present participle of winterkill
wintersome: (noun) kind of sweet sorghum crop
wintersweet: (noun) any of the flowering plants of the genus Chimonanthus
wintertide: (noun) variation of wintertime
wintertides: plural of wintertide
wintertime: (noun) the season of winter
wintertimes: plural of wintertime
winterweed: (noun) various small weeds that grow in winter
winterweeds: plural of winterweed
winterweight: of relatively heavy weight, intended for use during cold winter weather

wintry: (adjective) characteristic of winter, especially in feeling or looking very cold and bleak
wintrier: comparative form of wintry
wintriest: superlative form of wintry
wintrily: (adverb) in a wintry manner
wintriness: (noun) state or quality of being wintry
wintrinesses: plural of wintriness
wintrous: (adjective) variation of wintry
wintrously: (adverb) in a wintrous manner
unwintry: (adjective) not wintry

Relatives

twinter: (noun) animal two winters old
winterval: (noun) blend of winter and festival or winter and interval

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