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data/ChangeLog CHANGED
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+ = 0.1.0 / 2017-01-28
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+ * Removed support for ruby-1.8.
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+ * Removed support for ruby-1.9.
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+ * Adoped EFF's wordlist (6^5 words). No more profanities.
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+ = 0.0.6 / 2016-09-08
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+ * Allow for custom separators.
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+ * Replaced SecureRandom with sysrandom.
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  = 0.0.5 / 2013-05-01
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  * Minor CLI help formatting improvements.
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  Generate a random pronouncable passphrase.
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  Usage:
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- #{filename} [options] [LENGTH]
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+ #{filename} [LENGTH]
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  #{filename} [-h | --help]
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  #{filename} [-v | --version]
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  Arguments:
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- LENGTH Number of words in the passphrase [default: 3].
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- COLS Number of columns to output.
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+ LENGTH Number of words in the passphrase. [default: 3]
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  Options:
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- -C COLS, --columns COLS output passphrases in multiple columns
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- -h, --help show this help message and exit
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- -v, --version show version and exit
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+ -h, --help show this help message and exit
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+ -v, --version show version and exit
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  DOCOPT
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  begin
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  options = Docopt::docopt(doc, :version => Pwqgen::VERSION)
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- p options
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-
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- if !options["LENGTH"].nil? && options["LENGTH"].to_s.match(/\A[+-]?\d+?(\.\d+)?\Z/)
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- opts = options["LENGTH"].to_i
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- end
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- if options["--columns"].nil?
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- if opts
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- puts Pwqgen.generate(opts)
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- else
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- puts Pwqgen.generate
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- end
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+
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+ if ARGV.length > 0 && ARGV[0].to_s.match(/\A[+-]?\d+?(\.\d+)?\Z/) then
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+ puts Pwqgen.generate(ARGV[0].to_i)
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  else
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- for i in 1..(options["--columns"][0].to_i)
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- for j in 1..(options["--columns"][0].to_i)
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- if opts
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- print Pwqgen.generate(opts) + "\t"
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- else
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- print Pwqgen.generate + "\t"
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- end
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- end
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- puts ""
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- end
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+ puts Pwqgen.generate
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  end
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  rescue Docopt::Exit => e
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  puts e.message
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  Scenario: Generate a random password of default length
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  When I run `pwqgen.rb`
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- Then the output should match /^[A-Za-z]{3,6}([-_!$&*+=23456789][A-Za-z]{3,6}){2}$/
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+ Then the output should match /^[A-Za-z]{3,9}([-_!$&*+=23456789][A-Za-z]{3,9}){2}$/
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  Scenario: Generate a random password of length 2
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  When I run `pwqgen.rb 2`
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- Then the output should match /^[A-Za-z]{3,6}([-_!$&*+=23456789][A-Za-z]{3,6}){1}$/
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+ Then the output should match /^[A-Za-z]{3,9}([-_!$&*+=23456789][A-Za-z]{3,9}){1}$/
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  Scenario: Generate a random password of length 5
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  When I run `pwqgen.rb 5`
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- Then the output should match /^[A-Za-z]{3,6}([-_!$&*+=23456789][A-Za-z]{3,6}){4}$/
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+ Then the output should match /^[A-Za-z]{3,9}([-_!$&*+=23456789][A-Za-z]{3,9}){4}$/
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  end
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  class Generator
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- def initialize(opts = {})
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- opts[:separators] ||= "-_!$&*+=23456789"
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+ def initialize(separators = "-_!$&*+=23456789")
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  @@wordlist_size = @@wordlist.length
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- @@separators = opts[:separators].split(//)
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+ @@separators = separators.split(//)
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  @@separators_size = @@separators.length
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  @rand = SecureRandom
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  end
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  module Pwqgen
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- VERSION = "0.0.6"
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+ VERSION = "0.1.0"
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  end
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- # Private: Wordlist stolen from passwdqc's wordset_4k.c.
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- # http://www.openwall.com/passwdqc/
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+ # Private: Stolen from EFF's 7,776 wordlist.
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+ # https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2016/07/new-wordlists-random-passphrases
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  #
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- # 4096 English words for generation of easy to memorize random passphrases.
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- # This list comes from the MakePass passphrase generator developed by
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- # Dianelos Georgoudis <dianelos at tecapro.com>, which was announced on
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- # sci.crypt on 1997/10/24. Here's a relevant excerpt from that posting:
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+ # Our first new list matches the original Diceware list in size (7,776 words
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+ # (65)), offering equivalent security for each word you choose. However, we
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+ # have fixed the above problems, resulting in a list that is hopefully easy to
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+ # type and remember.
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  #
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- # > The 4096 words in the word list were chosen according to the following
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- # > criteria:
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- # > - each word must contain between 3 and 6 characters
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- # > - each word must be a common English word
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- # > - each word should be clearly different from each other
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- # > word, orthographically or semantically
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- # >
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- # > The MakePass word list has been placed in the public domain
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+ # We based our list off of data collected by Ghent University's Center for
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+ # Reading Research. The Ghent team has long studied word recognition; you can
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+ # participate yourself in their online quiz to measure your English
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+ # vocabulary. This list gives us a good idea of which words are most likely to
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+ # be familiar to English speakers and eliminates most of the unusual words in
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+ # the original Diceware list. This data also includes "concreteness" ratings
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+ # for each words, from very concrete words (such as screwdriver) to very
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+ # abstract words (such as love).
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  #
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- # At least two other sci.crypt postings by Dianelos Georgoudis also state
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- # that the word list is in the public domain, and so did the web page at:
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+ # We took all words between 3 and 9 characters from the list, prioritizing the
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+ # most recognized words and then the most concrete words. We manually checked
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+ # and attempted to remove as many profane, insulting, sensitive, or
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+ # emotionally-charged words as possible, and also filtered based on several
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+ # public lists of vulgar English words (for example this one published by Luis
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+ # von Ahn). We further removed words which are difficult to spell as well as
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+ # homophones (which might be confused during recall). We also ensured that no
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+ # word is an exact prefix of any other word.
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  #
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- # http://web.archive.org/web/%2a/http://www.tecapro.com/makepass.html
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+ # The result is our own list of 7,776 words [.txt] suitable for use in dice-
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+ # generated passphrases. The words in our list are longer (7.0 characters) on
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+ # average, than Reinhold's Diceware list (4.3 characters). This is a result of
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+ # banning words under 3 characters as well as prioritizing familiar words over
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+ # short but unusual words.
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  #
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- # which existed until 2006 and is available from the Wayback Machine as of
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- # this writing (March 2010). Specifically, the web page said:
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- #
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- # > The MakePass word list has been placed in the public domain. To download
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- # > a copy click here. You can use the MakePass word list for many other
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- # > purposes.
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- #
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- # "To download a copy click here" was a link to free/makepass.lst, which is
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- # currently available via the Wayback Machine:
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- #
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- # http://web.archive.org/web/%2a/http://www.tecapro.com/free/makepass.lst
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- #
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- # Even though the original description of the list stated that "each word
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- # must contain between 3 and 6 characters", there were two 7-character words:
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- # "England" and "Germany". For use in passwdqc, these have been replaced
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- # with "erase" and "gag".
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- #
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- # The code in passwdqc_check.c and passwdqc_random.c makes the following
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- # assumptions about this list:
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- #
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- # - there are exactly 4096 words;
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- # - the words are of up to 6 characters long;
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- # - although some words may contain capital letters, no two words differ by
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- # the case of characters alone (e.g., converting the list to all-lowercase
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- # would yield a list of 4096 unique words);
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- # - the words contain alphabetical characters only;
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- # - if an entire word on this list matches the initial substring of other
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- # word(s) on the list, it is placed immediately before those words (e.g.,
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- # "bake", "baker", "bakery").
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- #
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- # Additionally, the default minimum passphrase length of 11 characters
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- # specified in passwdqc_parse.c has been chosen such that a passphrase
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- # consisting of any three words from this list with two separator
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- # characters will pass the minimum length check. In other words, this
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- # default assumes that no word is shorter than 3 characters.
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+ # Note that the security of a passphrase generated using either list is
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+ # identical; the differences are in usability, including memorability, not in
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+ # security. For most uses, we recommend a generating a six-word passphrase
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+ # with this list, for a strength of 77 bits of entropy. ("Bits of entropy" is
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+ # a common measure for the strength of a password or passphrase. Adding one
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+ # bit of entropy doubles the number of guesses required, which makes it twice
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+ # as difficult to brute force.) Each additional word will strengthen the
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+ # passphrase by about 12.9 bits.
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  #
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  module Pwqgen
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- class Generator
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- @@wordlist = [
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- "Adam",
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- "Afghan",
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- "Alaska",
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- "Alice",
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- "Allah",
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- "Amazon",
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- "Andrew",
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- "Anglo",
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- "Angola",
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- "Antony",
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- "April",
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- "Arab",
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- "Arctic",
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- "Athens",
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- "Austin",
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- "Bach",
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- "Baltic",
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- "Basque",
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- "Berlin",
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- "Bible",
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- "Bombay",
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- "Bonn",
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- "Boston",
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- "Brazil",
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- "Briton",
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- "Buddha",
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- "Burma",
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- "Caesar",
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- "Cairo",
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- "Canada",
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- "Carl",
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- "Carol",
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- "Celtic",
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- "Chile",
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- "China",
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- "Christ",
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- "Congo",
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- "Cuba",
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- "Cyprus",
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- "Czech",
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- "Dallas",
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- "Danish",
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- "Darwin",
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- "David",
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- "Delhi",
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- "Derby",
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- "Diana",
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- "Dublin",
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- "Dutch",
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- "East",
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- "Eden",
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- "Edward",
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- "Eric",
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- "Essex",
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- "Europe",
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- "Eve",
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- "Exodus",
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- "France",
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- "French",
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- "Friday",
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- "Gandhi",
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- "Gaul",
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- "Gemini",
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- "Geneva",
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- "George",
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- "German",
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- "Gloria",
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- "God",
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- "Gothic",
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- "Greece",
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- "Greek",
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- "Hague",
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- "Haiti",
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- "Harry",
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- "Henry",
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- "Hitler",
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- "Idaho",
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- "Iran",
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- "Iraq",
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- "Isaac",
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- "Jack",
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- "Japan",
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- "Java",
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- "Jersey",
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- "Jesus",
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- "Jewish",
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- "Jim",
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- "John",
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- "Jordan",
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- "Joseph",
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- "Judy",
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- "July",
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- "June",
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- "Kansas",
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- "Karl",
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- "Kenya",
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- "Koran",
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- "Korea",
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- "Kuwait",
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- "Laos",
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- "Latin",
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- "Leo",
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- "Libya",
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- "Lima",
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- "Lisbon",
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- "Liz",
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- "London",
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- "Louvre",
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- "Lucy",
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- "Luther",
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- "Madame",
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- "Malta",
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- "Maria",
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- "Mary",
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- "Maya",
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- "Mexico",
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- "Miami",
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- "Mickey",
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- "Milan",
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- "Monaco",
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- "Monday",
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- "Moscow",
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- "Moses",
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- "Mrs",
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- "Muslim",
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- "Naples",
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- "Nazi",
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- "Nobel",
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- "North",
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- "Ohio",
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- "Oscar",
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- "Oslo",
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- "Oxford",
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- "Panama",
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- "Paris",
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- "Pascal",
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- "Paul",
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- "Peking",
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- "Peru",
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- "Peter",
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- "Philip",
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- "Poland",
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- "Polish",
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- "Prague",
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- "Quebec",
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- "Ritz",
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- "Robert",
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- "Roman",
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- "Rome",
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- "Rosa",
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- "Russia",
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- "Sahara",
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- "Sam",
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- "Saturn",
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- "Saudi",
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- "Saxon",
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- "Scot",
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- "Seoul",
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- "Somali",
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- "Sony",
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- "Soviet",
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- "Spain",
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- "Stalin",
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- "Sudan",
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- "Suez",
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- "Sunday",
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- "Sweden",
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- "Swiss",
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- "Sydney",
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- "Syria",
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- "Taiwan",
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- "Tarzan",
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- "Taurus",
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- "Tehran",
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- "Teresa",
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- "Texas",
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- "Thomas",
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- "Tibet",
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- "Tokyo",
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- "Tom",
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- "Turk",
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- "Turkey",
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- "Uganda",
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- "Venice",
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- "Venus",
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- "Vienna",
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- "Viking",
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- "Virgo",
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- "Warsaw",
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- "West",
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- "Yale",
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- "Yemen",
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- "York",
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- "Zaire",
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- "Zurich",
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- "aback",
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- "abbey",
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+ "abdomen",
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+ "abdominal",
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+ "abiding",
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- "aboard",
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- "abode",
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- "abort",
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- "abound",
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- "about",
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+ "abnormal",
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+ "abrasion",
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+ "abrasive",
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+ "abridge",
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+ "abruptly",
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+ "absence",
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+ "absentee",
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+ "absently",
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+ "absinthe",
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+ "absolute",
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+ "absolve",
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+ "abstain",
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+ "abstract",
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- "accept",
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- "access",
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- "accord",
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- "accuse",
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- "ace",
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- "ache",
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+ "acclaim",
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+ "acclimate",
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+ "accompany",
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+ "account",
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+ "accuracy",
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+ "accurate",
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+ "accustom",
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+ "acetone",
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+ "achiness",
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- "acidic",
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+ "acquaint",
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+ "acquire",
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- "across",
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- "act",
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+ "acrobat",
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+ "acronym",
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+ "acting",
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+ "activate",
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+ "activator",
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- "actor",
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- "actual",
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- "acute",
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- "adapt",
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- "add",
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- "added",
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- "addict",
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- "adept",
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- "adhere",
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- "adjust",
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- "admire",
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- "admit",
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- "adobe",
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- "adopt",
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- "adrift",
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- "adult",
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- "adverb",
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- "advert",
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- "aerial",
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+ "activism",
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+ "activist",
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+ "activity",
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+ "actress",
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+ "acts",
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+ "acutely",
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+ "acuteness",
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+ "aeration",
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+ "aerobics",
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+ "aerosol",
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+ "aerospace",
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+ "affected",
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+ "affecting",
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+ "affidavit",
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+ "affiliate",
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+ "affirm",
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+ "affix",
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+ "afflicted",
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+ "affluent",
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+ "afoot",
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- "after",
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- "again",
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- "age",
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+ "afterlife",
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+ "aftermath",
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+ "aftermost",
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+ "afternoon",
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+ "aged",
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+ "ageless",
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  "agent",
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+ "aggregate",
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- "ago",
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+ "agility",
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+ "aging",
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+ "agnostic",
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+ "agonize",
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+ "agonizing",
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+ "agreeably",
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+ "agreeing",
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+ "agreement",
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+ "aground",
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- "aid",
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+ "ahoy",
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364
- "air",
365
- "airman",
366
- "airy",
367
- "akin",
151
+ "ajar",
152
+ "alabaster",
368
153
  "alarm",
369
- "albeit",
154
+ "albatross",
370
155
  "album",
371
- "alert",
156
+ "alfalfa",
157
+ "algebra",
158
+ "algorithm",
159
+ "alias",
372
160
  "alibi",
373
- "alien",
374
- "alight",
375
- "align",
161
+ "alienable",
162
+ "alienate",
163
+ "aliens",
376
164
  "alike",
377
165
  "alive",
378
- "alkali",
379
- "all",
380
- "alley",
381
- "allied",
382
- "allow",
383
- "alloy",
384
- "ally",
385
- "almond",
166
+ "alkaline",
167
+ "alkalize",
168
+ "almanac",
169
+ "almighty",
386
170
  "almost",
171
+ "aloe",
387
172
  "aloft",
173
+ "aloha",
388
174
  "alone",
389
- "along",
175
+ "alongside",
390
176
  "aloof",
391
- "aloud",
392
- "alpha",
393
- "alpine",
394
- "also",
395
- "altar",
396
- "alter",
177
+ "alphabet",
178
+ "alright",
179
+ "although",
180
+ "altitude",
181
+ "alto",
182
+ "aluminum",
183
+ "alumni",
397
184
  "always",
185
+ "amaretto",
398
186
  "amaze",
187
+ "amazingly",
399
188
  "amber",
189
+ "ambiance",
190
+ "ambiguity",
191
+ "ambiguous",
192
+ "ambition",
193
+ "ambitious",
194
+ "ambulance",
400
195
  "ambush",
401
- "amen",
402
- "amend",
196
+ "amendable",
197
+ "amendment",
198
+ "amends",
199
+ "amenity",
200
+ "amiable",
201
+ "amicably",
403
202
  "amid",
404
- "amidst",
203
+ "amigo",
204
+ "amino",
405
205
  "amiss",
206
+ "ammonia",
207
+ "ammonium",
208
+ "amnesty",
209
+ "amniotic",
406
210
  "among",
407
211
  "amount",
212
+ "amperage",
408
213
  "ample",
409
- "amuse",
214
+ "amplifier",
215
+ "amplify",
216
+ "amply",
217
+ "amuck",
218
+ "amulet",
219
+ "amusable",
220
+ "amused",
221
+ "amusement",
222
+ "amuser",
223
+ "amusing",
224
+ "anaconda",
225
+ "anaerobic",
226
+ "anagram",
227
+ "anatomist",
228
+ "anatomy",
410
229
  "anchor",
411
- "and",
230
+ "anchovy",
231
+ "ancient",
232
+ "android",
233
+ "anemia",
234
+ "anemic",
235
+ "aneurism",
412
236
  "anew",
413
- "angel",
237
+ "angelfish",
238
+ "angelic",
414
239
  "anger",
415
- "angle",
416
- "angry",
240
+ "angled",
241
+ "angler",
242
+ "angles",
243
+ "angling",
244
+ "angrily",
245
+ "angriness",
246
+ "anguished",
247
+ "angular",
417
248
  "animal",
249
+ "animate",
250
+ "animating",
251
+ "animation",
252
+ "animator",
253
+ "anime",
254
+ "animosity",
418
255
  "ankle",
419
- "annoy",
420
- "annual",
421
- "answer",
256
+ "annex",
257
+ "annotate",
258
+ "announcer",
259
+ "annoying",
260
+ "annually",
261
+ "annuity",
262
+ "anointer",
263
+ "another",
264
+ "answering",
265
+ "antacid",
266
+ "antarctic",
267
+ "anteater",
268
+ "antelope",
269
+ "antennae",
422
270
  "anthem",
423
- "anti",
424
- "any",
271
+ "anthill",
272
+ "anthology",
273
+ "antibody",
274
+ "antics",
275
+ "antidote",
276
+ "antihero",
277
+ "antiquely",
278
+ "antiques",
279
+ "antiquity",
280
+ "antirust",
281
+ "antitoxic",
282
+ "antitrust",
283
+ "antiviral",
284
+ "antivirus",
285
+ "antler",
286
+ "antonym",
287
+ "antsy",
288
+ "anvil",
289
+ "anybody",
425
290
  "anyhow",
291
+ "anymore",
292
+ "anyone",
293
+ "anyplace",
294
+ "anything",
295
+ "anytime",
426
296
  "anyway",
427
- "apart",
428
- "apathy",
429
- "apex",
430
- "apiece",
431
- "appeal",
297
+ "anywhere",
298
+ "aorta",
299
+ "apache",
300
+ "apostle",
301
+ "appealing",
432
302
  "appear",
303
+ "appease",
304
+ "appeasing",
305
+ "appendage",
306
+ "appendix",
307
+ "appetite",
308
+ "appetizer",
309
+ "applaud",
310
+ "applause",
433
311
  "apple",
312
+ "appliance",
313
+ "applicant",
314
+ "applied",
434
315
  "apply",
316
+ "appointee",
317
+ "appraisal",
318
+ "appraiser",
319
+ "apprehend",
320
+ "approach",
321
+ "approval",
322
+ "approve",
323
+ "apricot",
324
+ "april",
435
325
  "apron",
436
- "arcade",
437
- "arcane",
438
- "arch",
439
- "ardent",
440
- "are",
326
+ "aptitude",
327
+ "aptly",
328
+ "aqua",
329
+ "aqueduct",
330
+ "arbitrary",
331
+ "arbitrate",
332
+ "ardently",
441
333
  "area",
334
+ "arena",
335
+ "arguable",
336
+ "arguably",
442
337
  "argue",
443
- "arid",
444
338
  "arise",
445
- "arm",
339
+ "armadillo",
340
+ "armband",
341
+ "armchair",
342
+ "armed",
446
343
  "armful",
447
- "armpit",
344
+ "armhole",
345
+ "arming",
346
+ "armless",
347
+ "armoire",
348
+ "armored",
349
+ "armory",
350
+ "armrest",
448
351
  "army",
449
352
  "aroma",
353
+ "arose",
450
354
  "around",
451
- "arouse",
355
+ "arousal",
356
+ "arrange",
452
357
  "array",
453
358
  "arrest",
359
+ "arrival",
454
360
  "arrive",
455
- "arrow",
361
+ "arrogance",
362
+ "arrogant",
456
363
  "arson",
457
364
  "art",
458
- "artery",
459
- "artful",
460
- "artist",
365
+ "ascend",
366
+ "ascension",
461
367
  "ascent",
368
+ "ascertain",
369
+ "ashamed",
462
370
  "ashen",
463
- "ashore",
371
+ "ashes",
372
+ "ashy",
464
373
  "aside",
465
- "ask",
374
+ "askew",
466
375
  "asleep",
376
+ "asparagus",
467
377
  "aspect",
468
- "assay",
469
- "assent",
470
- "assert",
471
- "assess",
472
- "asset",
473
- "assign",
474
- "assist",
475
- "assume",
476
- "assure",
477
- "asthma",
378
+ "aspirate",
379
+ "aspire",
380
+ "aspirin",
381
+ "astonish",
382
+ "astound",
383
+ "astride",
384
+ "astrology",
385
+ "astronaut",
386
+ "astronomy",
478
387
  "astute",
479
- "asylum",
480
- "ate",
388
+ "atlantic",
481
389
  "atlas",
482
390
  "atom",
483
- "atomic",
391
+ "atonable",
392
+ "atop",
393
+ "atrium",
394
+ "atrocious",
395
+ "atrophy",
484
396
  "attach",
485
- "attack",
486
397
  "attain",
487
- "attend",
398
+ "attempt",
399
+ "attendant",
400
+ "attendee",
401
+ "attention",
402
+ "attentive",
403
+ "attest",
488
404
  "attic",
489
- "auburn",
405
+ "attire",
406
+ "attitude",
407
+ "attractor",
408
+ "attribute",
409
+ "atypical",
410
+ "auction",
411
+ "audacious",
412
+ "audacity",
413
+ "audible",
414
+ "audibly",
415
+ "audience",
490
416
  "audio",
491
- "audit",
417
+ "audition",
418
+ "augmented",
492
419
  "august",
493
- "aunt",
494
- "auntie",
495
- "aura",
420
+ "authentic",
496
421
  "author",
497
- "auto",
498
- "autumn",
499
- "avail",
422
+ "autism",
423
+ "autistic",
424
+ "autograph",
425
+ "automaker",
426
+ "automated",
427
+ "automatic",
428
+ "autopilot",
429
+ "available",
430
+ "avalanche",
431
+ "avatar",
500
432
  "avenge",
433
+ "avenging",
501
434
  "avenue",
435
+ "average",
436
+ "aversion",
502
437
  "avert",
438
+ "aviation",
439
+ "aviator",
503
440
  "avid",
504
441
  "avoid",
505
442
  "await",
506
- "awake",
507
443
  "awaken",
508
444
  "award",
509
445
  "aware",
510
- "awash",
511
- "away",
512
- "awful",
513
446
  "awhile",
514
- "axes",
515
- "axiom",
447
+ "awkward",
448
+ "awning",
449
+ "awoke",
450
+ "awry",
516
451
  "axis",
517
- "axle",
518
- "aye",
519
- "babe",
520
- "baby",
521
- "back",
452
+ "babble",
453
+ "babbling",
454
+ "babied",
455
+ "baboon",
456
+ "backache",
457
+ "backboard",
458
+ "backboned",
459
+ "backdrop",
460
+ "backed",
461
+ "backer",
462
+ "backfield",
463
+ "backfire",
464
+ "backhand",
465
+ "backing",
466
+ "backlands",
467
+ "backlash",
468
+ "backless",
469
+ "backlight",
470
+ "backlit",
471
+ "backlog",
472
+ "backpack",
473
+ "backpedal",
474
+ "backrest",
475
+ "backroom",
476
+ "backshift",
477
+ "backside",
478
+ "backslid",
479
+ "backspace",
480
+ "backspin",
481
+ "backstab",
482
+ "backstage",
483
+ "backtalk",
484
+ "backtrack",
522
485
  "backup",
486
+ "backward",
487
+ "backwash",
488
+ "backwater",
489
+ "backyard",
523
490
  "bacon",
524
- "bad",
491
+ "bacteria",
492
+ "bacterium",
493
+ "badass",
525
494
  "badge",
495
+ "badland",
526
496
  "badly",
527
- "bag",
497
+ "badness",
498
+ "baffle",
499
+ "baffling",
500
+ "bagel",
501
+ "bagful",
502
+ "baggage",
503
+ "bagged",
504
+ "baggie",
505
+ "bagginess",
506
+ "bagging",
528
507
  "baggy",
529
- "bail",
530
- "bait",
531
- "bake",
532
- "baker",
508
+ "bagpipe",
509
+ "baguette",
510
+ "baked",
533
511
  "bakery",
534
- "bald",
535
- "ball",
536
- "ballad",
537
- "ballet",
538
- "ballot",
512
+ "bakeshop",
513
+ "baking",
514
+ "balance",
515
+ "balancing",
516
+ "balcony",
517
+ "balmy",
518
+ "balsamic",
539
519
  "bamboo",
540
- "ban",
541
- "banal",
542
520
  "banana",
543
- "band",
544
- "bang",
545
- "bank",
546
- "bar",
521
+ "banish",
522
+ "banister",
523
+ "banjo",
524
+ "bankable",
525
+ "bankbook",
526
+ "banked",
527
+ "banker",
528
+ "banking",
529
+ "banknote",
530
+ "bankroll",
531
+ "banner",
532
+ "bannister",
533
+ "banshee",
534
+ "banter",
535
+ "barbecue",
536
+ "barbed",
537
+ "barbell",
547
538
  "barber",
548
- "bare",
549
- "barely",
539
+ "barcode",
550
540
  "barge",
551
- "bark",
541
+ "bargraph",
542
+ "barista",
543
+ "baritone",
552
544
  "barley",
545
+ "barmaid",
546
+ "barman",
553
547
  "barn",
554
- "baron",
548
+ "barometer",
549
+ "barrack",
550
+ "barracuda",
555
551
  "barrel",
556
- "barren",
557
- "basalt",
558
- "base",
559
- "basic",
552
+ "barrette",
553
+ "barricade",
554
+ "barrier",
555
+ "barstool",
556
+ "bartender",
557
+ "barterer",
558
+ "bash",
559
+ "basically",
560
+ "basics",
560
561
  "basil",
561
562
  "basin",
562
563
  "basis",
563
564
  "basket",
564
- "bass",
565
- "bat",
565
+ "batboy",
566
566
  "batch",
567
567
  "bath",
568
568
  "baton",
569
+ "bats",
570
+ "battalion",
571
+ "battered",
572
+ "battering",
573
+ "battery",
574
+ "batting",
569
575
  "battle",
570
- "bay",
571
- "beach",
572
- "beacon",
573
- "beak",
574
- "beam",
575
- "bean",
576
- "bear",
577
- "beard",
578
- "beast",
579
- "beat",
580
- "beauty",
581
- "become",
582
- "bed",
583
- "beech",
584
- "beef",
585
- "beefy",
586
- "beep",
587
- "beer",
588
- "beet",
589
- "beetle",
590
- "before",
591
- "beggar",
592
- "begin",
593
- "behalf",
594
- "behave",
595
- "behind",
596
- "beige",
597
- "being",
598
- "belief",
599
- "bell",
600
- "belly",
601
- "belong",
602
- "below",
603
- "belt",
604
- "bench",
605
- "bend",
606
- "benign",
607
- "bent",
608
- "berry",
609
- "berth",
610
- "beset",
611
- "beside",
612
- "best",
613
- "bestow",
614
- "bet",
615
- "beta",
616
- "betray",
617
- "better",
618
- "beware",
619
- "beyond",
620
- "bias",
621
- "biceps",
622
- "bicker",
623
- "bid",
624
- "big",
625
- "bigger",
626
- "bike",
627
- "bile",
628
- "bill",
629
- "binary",
630
- "bind",
631
- "biopsy",
632
- "birch",
633
- "bird",
634
- "birdie",
635
- "birth",
636
- "bishop",
637
- "bit",
638
- "bitch",
639
- "bite",
640
- "bitter",
641
- "black",
576
+ "bauble",
577
+ "bazooka",
578
+ "blabber",
579
+ "bladder",
642
580
  "blade",
581
+ "blah",
643
582
  "blame",
644
- "bland",
583
+ "blaming",
584
+ "blanching",
585
+ "blandness",
586
+ "blank",
587
+ "blaspheme",
588
+ "blasphemy",
645
589
  "blast",
646
- "blaze",
590
+ "blatancy",
591
+ "blatantly",
592
+ "blazer",
593
+ "blazing",
594
+ "bleach",
647
595
  "bleak",
596
+ "bleep",
597
+ "blemish",
648
598
  "blend",
649
599
  "bless",
650
- "blew",
651
- "blind",
652
- "blink",
600
+ "blighted",
601
+ "blimp",
602
+ "bling",
603
+ "blinked",
604
+ "blinker",
605
+ "blinking",
606
+ "blinks",
653
607
  "blip",
654
- "bliss",
608
+ "blissful",
655
609
  "blitz",
656
- "block",
657
- "blond",
658
- "blood",
659
- "bloody",
660
- "bloom",
610
+ "blizzard",
611
+ "bloated",
612
+ "bloating",
613
+ "blob",
614
+ "blog",
615
+ "bloomers",
616
+ "blooming",
617
+ "blooper",
661
618
  "blot",
662
619
  "blouse",
663
- "blow",
664
- "blue",
620
+ "blubber",
665
621
  "bluff",
622
+ "bluish",
623
+ "blunderer",
666
624
  "blunt",
667
- "blur",
625
+ "blurb",
626
+ "blurred",
627
+ "blurry",
628
+ "blurt",
668
629
  "blush",
669
- "boar",
670
- "board",
671
- "boast",
630
+ "blustery",
631
+ "boaster",
632
+ "boastful",
633
+ "boasting",
672
634
  "boat",
673
- "bodily",
635
+ "bobbed",
636
+ "bobbing",
637
+ "bobble",
638
+ "bobcat",
639
+ "bobsled",
640
+ "bobtail",
641
+ "bodacious",
674
642
  "body",
643
+ "bogged",
644
+ "boggle",
675
645
  "bogus",
676
646
  "boil",
677
- "bold",
647
+ "bok",
648
+ "bolster",
678
649
  "bolt",
679
- "bomb",
680
- "bond",
681
- "bone",
650
+ "bonanza",
651
+ "bonded",
652
+ "bonding",
653
+ "bondless",
654
+ "boned",
655
+ "bonehead",
656
+ "boneless",
657
+ "bonelike",
658
+ "boney",
659
+ "bonfire",
682
660
  "bonnet",
661
+ "bonsai",
683
662
  "bonus",
684
663
  "bony",
664
+ "boogeyman",
665
+ "boogieman",
685
666
  "book",
686
- "boom",
687
- "boost",
688
- "boot",
667
+ "boondocks",
668
+ "booted",
689
669
  "booth",
690
- "booze",
691
- "border",
692
- "bore",
693
- "borrow",
694
- "bosom",
670
+ "bootie",
671
+ "booting",
672
+ "bootlace",
673
+ "bootleg",
674
+ "boots",
675
+ "boozy",
676
+ "borax",
677
+ "boring",
678
+ "borough",
679
+ "borrower",
680
+ "borrowing",
695
681
  "boss",
682
+ "botanical",
683
+ "botanist",
684
+ "botany",
685
+ "botch",
696
686
  "both",
697
- "bother",
698
687
  "bottle",
688
+ "bottling",
699
689
  "bottom",
700
- "bought",
701
690
  "bounce",
702
- "bound",
703
- "bounty",
704
- "bout",
691
+ "bouncing",
692
+ "bouncy",
693
+ "bounding",
694
+ "boundless",
695
+ "bountiful",
705
696
  "bovine",
706
- "bow",
707
- "bowel",
708
- "bowl",
709
- "box",
710
- "boy",
711
- "boyish",
712
- "brace",
713
- "brain",
714
- "brainy",
715
- "brake",
716
- "bran",
717
- "branch",
718
- "brand",
719
- "brandy",
720
- "brass",
721
- "brave",
722
- "bravo",
697
+ "boxcar",
698
+ "boxer",
699
+ "boxing",
700
+ "boxlike",
701
+ "boxy",
723
702
  "breach",
724
- "bread",
725
- "break",
726
- "breast",
727
703
  "breath",
728
- "bred",
729
- "breed",
704
+ "breeches",
705
+ "breeching",
706
+ "breeder",
707
+ "breeding",
730
708
  "breeze",
731
- "brew",
709
+ "breezy",
710
+ "brethren",
711
+ "brewery",
712
+ "brewing",
713
+ "briar",
714
+ "bribe",
732
715
  "brick",
733
716
  "bride",
734
- "bridge",
735
- "brief",
717
+ "bridged",
718
+ "brigade",
736
719
  "bright",
720
+ "brilliant",
737
721
  "brim",
738
- "brine",
739
722
  "bring",
740
723
  "brink",
741
- "brisk",
742
- "broad",
743
- "broke",
724
+ "brisket",
725
+ "briskly",
726
+ "briskness",
727
+ "bristle",
728
+ "brittle",
729
+ "broadband",
730
+ "broadcast",
731
+ "broaden",
732
+ "broadly",
733
+ "broadness",
734
+ "broadside",
735
+ "broadways",
736
+ "broiler",
737
+ "broiling",
744
738
  "broken",
739
+ "broker",
740
+ "bronchial",
741
+ "bronco",
745
742
  "bronze",
743
+ "bronzing",
746
744
  "brook",
747
745
  "broom",
748
- "brown",
749
- "bruise",
746
+ "brought",
747
+ "browbeat",
748
+ "brownnose",
749
+ "browse",
750
+ "browsing",
751
+ "bruising",
752
+ "brunch",
753
+ "brunette",
754
+ "brunt",
750
755
  "brush",
751
- "brutal",
756
+ "brussels",
752
757
  "brute",
758
+ "brutishly",
753
759
  "bubble",
754
- "buck",
760
+ "bubbling",
761
+ "bubbly",
762
+ "buccaneer",
763
+ "bucked",
755
764
  "bucket",
756
765
  "buckle",
766
+ "buckshot",
767
+ "buckskin",
768
+ "bucktooth",
769
+ "buckwheat",
770
+ "buddhism",
771
+ "buddhist",
772
+ "budding",
773
+ "buddy",
757
774
  "budget",
758
- "buffet",
775
+ "buffalo",
776
+ "buffed",
777
+ "buffer",
778
+ "buffing",
779
+ "buffoon",
759
780
  "buggy",
760
- "build",
761
781
  "bulb",
762
782
  "bulge",
783
+ "bulginess",
784
+ "bulgur",
763
785
  "bulk",
764
- "bulky",
765
- "bull",
766
- "bullet",
786
+ "bulldog",
787
+ "bulldozer",
788
+ "bullfight",
789
+ "bullfrog",
790
+ "bullhorn",
791
+ "bullion",
792
+ "bullish",
793
+ "bullpen",
794
+ "bullring",
795
+ "bullseye",
796
+ "bullwhip",
767
797
  "bully",
768
- "bump",
769
- "bumpy",
770
798
  "bunch",
771
799
  "bundle",
772
- "bunk",
800
+ "bungee",
801
+ "bunion",
802
+ "bunkbed",
803
+ "bunkhouse",
804
+ "bunkmate",
773
805
  "bunny",
774
- "burden",
775
- "bureau",
776
- "burial",
777
- "buried",
778
- "burly",
779
- "burn",
780
- "burnt",
781
- "burrow",
782
- "burst",
783
- "bury",
784
- "bus",
806
+ "bunt",
807
+ "busboy",
785
808
  "bush",
809
+ "busily",
810
+ "busload",
786
811
  "bust",
787
- "bustle",
788
- "busy",
789
- "but",
790
- "butler",
791
- "butt",
792
- "butter",
793
- "button",
794
- "buy",
795
- "buyer",
812
+ "busybody",
796
813
  "buzz",
797
- "bye",
798
- "byte",
799
- "cab",
800
- "cabin",
814
+ "cabana",
815
+ "cabbage",
816
+ "cabbie",
817
+ "cabdriver",
801
818
  "cable",
819
+ "caboose",
802
820
  "cache",
821
+ "cackle",
822
+ "cacti",
803
823
  "cactus",
824
+ "caddie",
825
+ "caddy",
826
+ "cadet",
827
+ "cadillac",
828
+ "cadmium",
804
829
  "cage",
830
+ "cahoots",
805
831
  "cake",
806
- "calf",
807
- "call",
808
- "caller",
832
+ "calamari",
833
+ "calamity",
834
+ "calcium",
835
+ "calculate",
836
+ "calculus",
837
+ "caliber",
838
+ "calibrate",
809
839
  "calm",
810
- "calmly",
811
- "came",
812
- "camel",
840
+ "caloric",
841
+ "calorie",
842
+ "calzone",
843
+ "camcorder",
844
+ "cameo",
813
845
  "camera",
814
- "camp",
846
+ "camisole",
847
+ "camper",
848
+ "campfire",
849
+ "camping",
850
+ "campsite",
815
851
  "campus",
816
- "can",
817
852
  "canal",
818
853
  "canary",
819
854
  "cancel",
820
- "cancer",
821
- "candid",
855
+ "candied",
822
856
  "candle",
823
857
  "candy",
824
858
  "cane",
825
859
  "canine",
826
- "canoe",
860
+ "canister",
861
+ "cannabis",
862
+ "canned",
863
+ "canning",
864
+ "cannon",
865
+ "cannot",
866
+ "canola",
867
+ "canon",
868
+ "canopener",
827
869
  "canopy",
828
- "canvas",
870
+ "canteen",
829
871
  "canyon",
830
- "cap",
872
+ "capable",
873
+ "capably",
874
+ "capacity",
831
875
  "cape",
832
- "car",
876
+ "capillary",
877
+ "capital",
878
+ "capitol",
879
+ "capped",
880
+ "capricorn",
881
+ "capsize",
882
+ "capsule",
883
+ "caption",
884
+ "captivate",
885
+ "captive",
886
+ "captivity",
887
+ "capture",
888
+ "caramel",
889
+ "carat",
890
+ "caravan",
833
891
  "carbon",
834
- "card",
835
- "care",
836
- "career",
892
+ "cardboard",
893
+ "carded",
894
+ "cardiac",
895
+ "cardigan",
896
+ "cardinal",
897
+ "cardstock",
898
+ "carefully",
899
+ "caregiver",
900
+ "careless",
837
901
  "caress",
902
+ "caretaker",
838
903
  "cargo",
839
- "carnal",
840
- "carp",
841
- "carpet",
904
+ "caring",
905
+ "carless",
906
+ "carload",
907
+ "carmaker",
908
+ "carnage",
909
+ "carnation",
910
+ "carnival",
911
+ "carnivore",
912
+ "carol",
913
+ "carpenter",
914
+ "carpentry",
915
+ "carpool",
916
+ "carport",
917
+ "carried",
842
918
  "carrot",
919
+ "carrousel",
843
920
  "carry",
844
- "cart",
845
921
  "cartel",
922
+ "cartload",
923
+ "carton",
924
+ "cartoon",
925
+ "cartridge",
926
+ "cartwheel",
927
+ "carve",
928
+ "carving",
929
+ "carwash",
930
+ "cascade",
846
931
  "case",
847
932
  "cash",
848
- "cask",
849
- "cast",
850
- "castle",
851
- "casual",
852
- "cat",
853
- "catch",
854
- "cater",
933
+ "casing",
934
+ "casino",
935
+ "casket",
936
+ "cassette",
937
+ "casually",
938
+ "casualty",
939
+ "catacomb",
940
+ "catalog",
941
+ "catalyst",
942
+ "catalyze",
943
+ "catapult",
944
+ "cataract",
945
+ "catatonic",
946
+ "catcall",
947
+ "catchable",
948
+ "catcher",
949
+ "catching",
950
+ "catchy",
951
+ "caterer",
952
+ "catering",
953
+ "catfight",
954
+ "catfish",
955
+ "cathedral",
956
+ "cathouse",
957
+ "catlike",
958
+ "catnap",
959
+ "catnip",
960
+ "catsup",
961
+ "cattail",
962
+ "cattishly",
855
963
  "cattle",
856
- "caught",
964
+ "catty",
965
+ "catwalk",
966
+ "caucasian",
967
+ "caucus",
857
968
  "causal",
969
+ "causation",
858
970
  "cause",
859
- "cave",
860
- "cease",
971
+ "causing",
972
+ "cauterize",
973
+ "caution",
974
+ "cautious",
975
+ "cavalier",
976
+ "cavalry",
977
+ "caviar",
978
+ "cavity",
979
+ "cedar",
861
980
  "celery",
862
- "cell",
863
- "cellar",
981
+ "celestial",
982
+ "celibacy",
983
+ "celibate",
984
+ "celtic",
864
985
  "cement",
865
- "censor",
866
986
  "census",
867
- "cereal",
868
- "cervix",
987
+ "ceramics",
988
+ "ceremony",
989
+ "certainly",
990
+ "certainty",
991
+ "certified",
992
+ "certify",
993
+ "cesarean",
994
+ "cesspool",
995
+ "chafe",
996
+ "chaffing",
869
997
  "chain",
870
998
  "chair",
871
- "chalk",
872
- "chalky",
873
- "champ",
999
+ "chalice",
1000
+ "challenge",
1001
+ "chamber",
1002
+ "chamomile",
1003
+ "champion",
874
1004
  "chance",
875
1005
  "change",
1006
+ "channel",
876
1007
  "chant",
877
1008
  "chaos",
878
- "chap",
879
- "chapel",
880
- "charge",
1009
+ "chaperone",
1010
+ "chaplain",
1011
+ "chapped",
1012
+ "chaps",
1013
+ "chapter",
1014
+ "character",
1015
+ "charbroil",
1016
+ "charcoal",
1017
+ "charger",
1018
+ "charging",
1019
+ "chariot",
1020
+ "charity",
881
1021
  "charm",
882
- "chart",
1022
+ "charred",
1023
+ "charter",
1024
+ "charting",
883
1025
  "chase",
884
- "chat",
885
- "cheap",
886
- "cheat",
887
- "check",
1026
+ "chasing",
1027
+ "chaste",
1028
+ "chastise",
1029
+ "chastity",
1030
+ "chatroom",
1031
+ "chatter",
1032
+ "chatting",
1033
+ "chatty",
1034
+ "cheating",
1035
+ "cheddar",
888
1036
  "cheek",
889
- "cheeky",
890
1037
  "cheer",
891
- "cheery",
892
1038
  "cheese",
1039
+ "cheesy",
893
1040
  "chef",
894
- "cherry",
1041
+ "chemicals",
1042
+ "chemist",
1043
+ "chemo",
1044
+ "cherisher",
1045
+ "cherub",
895
1046
  "chess",
896
1047
  "chest",
897
- "chew",
898
- "chic",
899
- "chick",
1048
+ "chevron",
1049
+ "chevy",
1050
+ "chewable",
1051
+ "chewer",
1052
+ "chewing",
1053
+ "chewy",
900
1054
  "chief",
901
- "child",
1055
+ "chihuahua",
1056
+ "childcare",
1057
+ "childhood",
1058
+ "childish",
1059
+ "childless",
1060
+ "childlike",
1061
+ "chili",
902
1062
  "chill",
903
- "chilly",
904
- "chin",
1063
+ "chimp",
905
1064
  "chip",
1065
+ "chirping",
1066
+ "chirpy",
1067
+ "chitchat",
1068
+ "chivalry",
1069
+ "chive",
1070
+ "chloride",
1071
+ "chlorine",
906
1072
  "choice",
907
- "choir",
908
- "choose",
1073
+ "chokehold",
1074
+ "choking",
1075
+ "chomp",
1076
+ "chooser",
1077
+ "choosing",
1078
+ "choosy",
909
1079
  "chop",
910
- "choppy",
911
- "chord",
912
- "chorus",
913
- "chose",
914
1080
  "chosen",
1081
+ "chowder",
1082
+ "chowtime",
915
1083
  "chrome",
1084
+ "chubby",
1085
+ "chuck",
1086
+ "chug",
1087
+ "chummy",
1088
+ "chump",
916
1089
  "chunk",
917
- "chunky",
918
- "church",
1090
+ "churn",
1091
+ "chute",
919
1092
  "cider",
920
- "cigar",
1093
+ "cilantro",
1094
+ "cinch",
921
1095
  "cinema",
922
- "circa",
1096
+ "cinnamon",
923
1097
  "circle",
1098
+ "circling",
1099
+ "circular",
1100
+ "circulate",
924
1101
  "circus",
925
- "cite",
1102
+ "citable",
1103
+ "citadel",
1104
+ "citation",
1105
+ "citizen",
1106
+ "citric",
1107
+ "citrus",
926
1108
  "city",
927
1109
  "civic",
928
1110
  "civil",
929
1111
  "clad",
930
1112
  "claim",
1113
+ "clambake",
931
1114
  "clammy",
932
- "clan",
933
- "clap",
1115
+ "clamor",
1116
+ "clamp",
1117
+ "clamshell",
1118
+ "clang",
1119
+ "clanking",
1120
+ "clapped",
1121
+ "clapper",
1122
+ "clapping",
1123
+ "clarify",
1124
+ "clarinet",
1125
+ "clarity",
934
1126
  "clash",
935
1127
  "clasp",
936
1128
  "class",
1129
+ "clatter",
937
1130
  "clause",
1131
+ "clavicle",
938
1132
  "claw",
939
1133
  "clay",
940
1134
  "clean",
941
1135
  "clear",
942
- "clergy",
1136
+ "cleat",
1137
+ "cleaver",
1138
+ "cleft",
1139
+ "clench",
1140
+ "clergyman",
1141
+ "clerical",
943
1142
  "clerk",
944
1143
  "clever",
945
- "click",
1144
+ "clicker",
946
1145
  "client",
947
- "cliff",
948
- "climax",
949
- "climb",
950
- "clinch",
1146
+ "climate",
1147
+ "climatic",
951
1148
  "cling",
952
1149
  "clinic",
1150
+ "clinking",
953
1151
  "clip",
1152
+ "clique",
954
1153
  "cloak",
1154
+ "clobber",
955
1155
  "clock",
956
1156
  "clone",
957
- "close",
958
- "closer",
959
- "closet",
960
- "cloth",
1157
+ "cloning",
1158
+ "closable",
1159
+ "closure",
1160
+ "clothes",
1161
+ "clothing",
961
1162
  "cloud",
962
- "cloudy",
963
- "clout",
964
- "clown",
965
- "club",
966
- "clue",
1163
+ "clover",
1164
+ "clubbed",
1165
+ "clubbing",
1166
+ "clubhouse",
1167
+ "clump",
1168
+ "clumsily",
967
1169
  "clumsy",
968
- "clung",
1170
+ "clunky",
1171
+ "clustered",
969
1172
  "clutch",
1173
+ "clutter",
970
1174
  "coach",
971
- "coal",
972
- "coarse",
973
- "coast",
1175
+ "coagulant",
1176
+ "coastal",
1177
+ "coaster",
1178
+ "coasting",
1179
+ "coastland",
1180
+ "coastline",
974
1181
  "coat",
975
- "coax",
1182
+ "coauthor",
976
1183
  "cobalt",
977
- "cobra",
978
- "coca",
979
- "cock",
1184
+ "cobbler",
1185
+ "cobweb",
980
1186
  "cocoa",
981
- "code",
1187
+ "coconut",
1188
+ "cod",
1189
+ "coeditor",
1190
+ "coerce",
1191
+ "coexist",
982
1192
  "coffee",
983
- "coffin",
984
- "cohort",
1193
+ "cofounder",
1194
+ "cognition",
1195
+ "cognitive",
1196
+ "cogwheel",
1197
+ "coherence",
1198
+ "coherent",
1199
+ "cohesive",
985
1200
  "coil",
986
- "coin",
987
1201
  "coke",
1202
+ "cola",
988
1203
  "cold",
1204
+ "coleslaw",
1205
+ "coliseum",
1206
+ "collage",
1207
+ "collapse",
989
1208
  "collar",
990
- "colon",
1209
+ "collected",
1210
+ "collector",
1211
+ "collide",
1212
+ "collie",
1213
+ "collision",
1214
+ "colonial",
1215
+ "colonist",
1216
+ "colonize",
991
1217
  "colony",
1218
+ "colossal",
992
1219
  "colt",
993
- "column",
994
- "comb",
995
- "combat",
1220
+ "coma",
996
1221
  "come",
997
- "comedy",
1222
+ "comfort",
1223
+ "comfy",
998
1224
  "comic",
999
- "commit",
1225
+ "coming",
1226
+ "comma",
1227
+ "commence",
1228
+ "commend",
1229
+ "comment",
1230
+ "commerce",
1231
+ "commode",
1232
+ "commodity",
1233
+ "commodore",
1000
1234
  "common",
1235
+ "commotion",
1236
+ "commute",
1237
+ "commuting",
1238
+ "compacted",
1239
+ "compacter",
1240
+ "compactly",
1241
+ "compactor",
1242
+ "companion",
1243
+ "company",
1244
+ "compare",
1001
1245
  "compel",
1246
+ "compile",
1002
1247
  "comply",
1248
+ "component",
1249
+ "composed",
1250
+ "composer",
1251
+ "composite",
1252
+ "compost",
1253
+ "composure",
1254
+ "compound",
1255
+ "compress",
1256
+ "comprised",
1257
+ "computer",
1258
+ "computing",
1259
+ "comrade",
1260
+ "concave",
1261
+ "conceal",
1262
+ "conceded",
1263
+ "concept",
1264
+ "concerned",
1265
+ "concert",
1266
+ "conch",
1267
+ "concierge",
1268
+ "concise",
1269
+ "conclude",
1270
+ "concrete",
1003
1271
  "concur",
1272
+ "condense",
1273
+ "condiment",
1274
+ "condition",
1275
+ "condone",
1276
+ "conducive",
1277
+ "conductor",
1278
+ "conduit",
1004
1279
  "cone",
1005
- "confer",
1006
- "consul",
1007
- "convex",
1008
- "convey",
1009
- "convoy",
1010
- "cook",
1011
- "cool",
1280
+ "confess",
1281
+ "confetti",
1282
+ "confidant",
1283
+ "confident",
1284
+ "confider",
1285
+ "confiding",
1286
+ "configure",
1287
+ "confined",
1288
+ "confining",
1289
+ "confirm",
1290
+ "conflict",
1291
+ "conform",
1292
+ "confound",
1293
+ "confront",
1294
+ "confused",
1295
+ "confusing",
1296
+ "confusion",
1297
+ "congenial",
1298
+ "congested",
1299
+ "congrats",
1300
+ "congress",
1301
+ "conical",
1302
+ "conjoined",
1303
+ "conjure",
1304
+ "conjuror",
1305
+ "connected",
1306
+ "connector",
1307
+ "consensus",
1308
+ "consent",
1309
+ "console",
1310
+ "consoling",
1311
+ "consonant",
1312
+ "constable",
1313
+ "constant",
1314
+ "constrain",
1315
+ "constrict",
1316
+ "construct",
1317
+ "consult",
1318
+ "consumer",
1319
+ "consuming",
1320
+ "contact",
1321
+ "container",
1322
+ "contempt",
1323
+ "contend",
1324
+ "contented",
1325
+ "contently",
1326
+ "contents",
1327
+ "contest",
1328
+ "context",
1329
+ "contort",
1330
+ "contour",
1331
+ "contrite",
1332
+ "control",
1333
+ "contusion",
1334
+ "convene",
1335
+ "convent",
1336
+ "copartner",
1012
1337
  "cope",
1338
+ "copied",
1339
+ "copier",
1340
+ "copilot",
1341
+ "coping",
1342
+ "copious",
1013
1343
  "copper",
1014
1344
  "copy",
1015
1345
  "coral",
1016
- "cord",
1017
- "core",
1018
1346
  "cork",
1019
- "corn",
1347
+ "cornball",
1348
+ "cornbread",
1349
+ "corncob",
1350
+ "cornea",
1351
+ "corned",
1020
1352
  "corner",
1021
- "corps",
1022
- "corpse",
1023
- "corpus",
1353
+ "cornfield",
1354
+ "cornflake",
1355
+ "cornhusk",
1356
+ "cornmeal",
1357
+ "cornstalk",
1358
+ "corny",
1359
+ "coronary",
1360
+ "coroner",
1361
+ "corporal",
1362
+ "corporate",
1363
+ "corral",
1364
+ "correct",
1365
+ "corridor",
1366
+ "corrode",
1367
+ "corroding",
1368
+ "corrosive",
1369
+ "corsage",
1370
+ "corset",
1024
1371
  "cortex",
1372
+ "cosigner",
1373
+ "cosmetics",
1025
1374
  "cosmic",
1026
1375
  "cosmos",
1376
+ "cosponsor",
1027
1377
  "cost",
1028
- "costly",
1029
- "cosy",
1378
+ "cottage",
1030
1379
  "cotton",
1031
1380
  "couch",
1032
1381
  "cough",
1033
1382
  "could",
1034
- "count",
1383
+ "countable",
1384
+ "countdown",
1385
+ "counting",
1386
+ "countless",
1387
+ "country",
1035
1388
  "county",
1036
- "coup",
1037
- "couple",
1038
- "coupon",
1039
- "course",
1040
- "court",
1041
- "cousin",
1042
- "cove",
1389
+ "courier",
1390
+ "covenant",
1043
1391
  "cover",
1044
- "covert",
1045
- "cow",
1046
- "coward",
1047
- "cowboy",
1048
- "crab",
1049
- "crack",
1392
+ "coveted",
1393
+ "coveting",
1394
+ "coyness",
1395
+ "cozily",
1396
+ "coziness",
1397
+ "cozy",
1398
+ "crabbing",
1399
+ "crabgrass",
1400
+ "crablike",
1401
+ "crabmeat",
1050
1402
  "cradle",
1051
- "craft",
1403
+ "cradling",
1404
+ "crafter",
1405
+ "craftily",
1406
+ "craftsman",
1407
+ "craftwork",
1052
1408
  "crafty",
1053
- "crag",
1409
+ "cramp",
1410
+ "cranberry",
1054
1411
  "crane",
1055
- "crap",
1056
- "crash",
1412
+ "cranial",
1413
+ "cranium",
1414
+ "crank",
1057
1415
  "crate",
1058
- "crater",
1059
- "crawl",
1416
+ "crave",
1417
+ "craving",
1418
+ "crawfish",
1419
+ "crawlers",
1420
+ "crawling",
1421
+ "crayfish",
1422
+ "crayon",
1423
+ "crazed",
1424
+ "crazily",
1425
+ "craziness",
1060
1426
  "crazy",
1061
- "creak",
1062
- "cream",
1063
- "creamy",
1427
+ "creamed",
1428
+ "creamer",
1429
+ "creamlike",
1430
+ "crease",
1431
+ "creasing",
1432
+ "creatable",
1064
1433
  "create",
1434
+ "creation",
1435
+ "creative",
1436
+ "creature",
1437
+ "credible",
1438
+ "credibly",
1065
1439
  "credit",
1066
1440
  "creed",
1067
- "creek",
1068
- "creep",
1069
- "creepy",
1441
+ "creme",
1442
+ "creole",
1443
+ "crepe",
1070
1444
  "crept",
1071
- "crest",
1072
- "crew",
1445
+ "crescent",
1446
+ "crested",
1447
+ "cresting",
1448
+ "crestless",
1449
+ "crevice",
1450
+ "crewless",
1451
+ "crewman",
1452
+ "crewmate",
1453
+ "crib",
1454
+ "cricket",
1073
1455
  "cried",
1074
- "crime",
1075
- "crisis",
1076
- "crisp",
1077
- "critic",
1078
- "croft",
1456
+ "crier",
1457
+ "crimp",
1458
+ "crimson",
1459
+ "cringe",
1460
+ "cringing",
1461
+ "crinkle",
1462
+ "crinkly",
1463
+ "crisped",
1464
+ "crisping",
1465
+ "crisply",
1466
+ "crispness",
1467
+ "crispy",
1468
+ "criteria",
1469
+ "critter",
1470
+ "croak",
1471
+ "crock",
1079
1472
  "crook",
1473
+ "croon",
1080
1474
  "crop",
1081
1475
  "cross",
1082
- "crow",
1476
+ "crouch",
1477
+ "crouton",
1478
+ "crowbar",
1083
1479
  "crowd",
1084
1480
  "crown",
1085
- "crude",
1086
- "cruel",
1087
- "cruise",
1088
- "crunch",
1089
- "crush",
1481
+ "crucial",
1482
+ "crudely",
1483
+ "crudeness",
1484
+ "cruelly",
1485
+ "cruelness",
1486
+ "cruelty",
1487
+ "crumb",
1488
+ "crummiest",
1489
+ "crummy",
1490
+ "crumpet",
1491
+ "crumpled",
1492
+ "cruncher",
1493
+ "crunching",
1494
+ "crunchy",
1495
+ "crusader",
1496
+ "crushable",
1497
+ "crushed",
1498
+ "crusher",
1499
+ "crushing",
1090
1500
  "crust",
1091
1501
  "crux",
1092
- "cry",
1093
- "crypt",
1502
+ "crying",
1503
+ "cryptic",
1504
+ "crystal",
1505
+ "cubbyhole",
1094
1506
  "cube",
1095
- "cubic",
1096
- "cuckoo",
1097
- "cuff",
1098
- "cult",
1099
- "cup",
1100
- "curb",
1507
+ "cubical",
1508
+ "cubicle",
1509
+ "cucumber",
1510
+ "cuddle",
1511
+ "cuddly",
1512
+ "cufflink",
1513
+ "culinary",
1514
+ "culminate",
1515
+ "culpable",
1516
+ "culprit",
1517
+ "cultivate",
1518
+ "cultural",
1519
+ "culture",
1520
+ "cupbearer",
1521
+ "cupcake",
1522
+ "cupid",
1523
+ "cupped",
1524
+ "cupping",
1525
+ "curable",
1526
+ "curator",
1527
+ "curdle",
1101
1528
  "cure",
1102
1529
  "curfew",
1103
- "curl",
1530
+ "curing",
1531
+ "curled",
1532
+ "curler",
1533
+ "curliness",
1534
+ "curling",
1535
+ "curly",
1104
1536
  "curry",
1105
1537
  "curse",
1538
+ "cursive",
1106
1539
  "cursor",
1540
+ "curtain",
1541
+ "curtly",
1542
+ "curtsy",
1543
+ "curvature",
1107
1544
  "curve",
1108
- "custom",
1545
+ "curvy",
1546
+ "cushy",
1547
+ "cusp",
1548
+ "cussed",
1549
+ "custard",
1550
+ "custodian",
1551
+ "custody",
1552
+ "customary",
1553
+ "customer",
1554
+ "customize",
1555
+ "customs",
1109
1556
  "cut",
1110
- "cute",
1111
1557
  "cycle",
1112
1558
  "cyclic",
1113
- "cynic",
1559
+ "cycling",
1560
+ "cyclist",
1561
+ "cylinder",
1562
+ "cymbal",
1563
+ "cytoplasm",
1564
+ "cytoplast",
1565
+ "dab",
1114
1566
  "dad",
1115
- "daddy",
1567
+ "daffodil",
1116
1568
  "dagger",