7 letter words ending in fy

Acetify (v. t.) To convert into acid or vinegar.

Acetify (v. i.) To turn acid.

Acidify (v. t.) To make acid; to convert into an acid; as, to acidify sugar.

Acidify (v. t.) To sour; to imbitter.

Amplify (v. t.) To render larger, more extended, or more intense, and the like; -- used especially of telescopes, microscopes, etc.

Amplify (v. t.) To enlarge by addition or discussion; to treat copiously by adding particulars, illustrations, etc.; to expand; to make much of.

Amplify (v. i.) To become larger.

Amplify (v. i.) To speak largely or copiously; to be diffuse in argument or description; to dilate; to expatiate; -- often with on or upon.

Anglify (v. t.) To convert into English; to anglicize.

Balmify (v. t.) To render balmy.

Beatify (v. t.) To pronounce or regard as happy, or supremely blessed, or as conferring happiness.

Beatify (v. t.) To make happy; to bless with the completion of celestial enjoyment.

Beatify (v. t.) To ascertain and declare, by a public process and decree, that a deceased person is one of "the blessed" and is to be reverenced as such, though not canonized.

Brutify (v. t.) To make like a brute; to make senseless, stupid, or unfeeling; to brutalize.

Calcify (v. t.) To make stony or calcareous by the deposit or secretion of salts of lime.

Calcify (v. i.) To become changed into a stony or calcareous condition, in which lime is a principal ingredient, as in the formation of teeth.

Candify (v. t. / v. i.) To make or become white, or candied.

Carnify (v. i.) To form flesh; to become like flesh.

Certify (v. t.) To give cetain information to; to assure; to make certain.

Certify (v. t.) To give certain information of; to make certain, as a fact; to verify.

Certify (v. t.) To testify to in writing; to make a declaration concerning, in writing, under hand, or hand and seal.

Chylify (v. t. & i.) To make chyle of; to be converted into chyle.

Chymify (v. t.) To form into chyme.

Clarify (v. t.) To make clear or bright by freeing from feculent matter; to defecate; to fine; -- said of liquids, as wine or sirup.

Clarify (v. t.) To make clear; to free from obscurities; to brighten or illuminate.

Clarify (v. t.) To glorify.

Clarify (v. i.) To grow or become clear or transparent; to become free from feculent impurities, as wine or other liquid under clarification.

Clarify (v. i.) To grow clear or bright; to clear up.

Crucify (v. t.) To fasten to a cross; to put to death by nailing the hands and feet to a cross or gibbet.

Crucify (v. t.) To destroy the power or ruling influence of; to subdue completely; to mortify.

Crucify (v. t.) To vex or torment.

Damnify (v. t.) To cause loss or damage to; to injure; to impair.

Dandify (v. t.) To cause to resemble a dandy; to make dandyish.

Dignify (v. t.) To invest with dignity or honor; to make illustrious; to give distinction to; to exalt in rank; to honor.

Dulcify (v. t.) To sweeten; to free from acidity, saltness, or acrimony.

Dulcify (v. t.) Fig. : To mollify; to sweeten; to please.

Duncify (v. t.) To make stupid in intellect.

Falsify (a.) To make false; to represent falsely.

Falsify (a.) To counterfeit; to forge; as, to falsify coin.

Falsify (a.) To prove to be false, or untrustworthy; to confute; to disprove; to nullify; to make to appear false.

Falsify (a.) To violate; to break by falsehood; as, to falsify one's faith or word.

Falsify (a.) To baffle or escape; as, to falsify a blow.

Falsify (a.) To avoid or defeat; to prove false, as a judgment.

Falsify (a.) To show, in accounting, (an inem of charge inserted in an account) to be wrong.

Falsify (a.) To make false by multilation or addition; to tamper with; as, to falsify a record or document.

Falsify (v. i.) To tell lies; to violate the truth.

Fishify (v. t.) To change to fish.

Foolify (v. t.) To make a fool of; to befool.

Fortify (v. t.) To add strength to; to strengthen; to confirm; to furnish with power to resist attack.

Fortify (v. t.) To strengthen and secure by forts or batteries, or by surrounding with a wall or ditch or other military works; to render defensible against an attack by hostile forces.

Fortify (v. i.) To raise defensive works.

Glorify (v. t.) To make glorious by bestowing glory upon; to confer honor and distinction upon; to elevate to power or happiness, or to celestial glory.

Glorify (v. t.) To make glorious in thought or with the heart, by ascribing glory to; to asknowledge the excellence of; to render homage to; to magnify in worship; to adore.

Gratify (v. t.) To please; to give pleasure to; to satisfy; to soothe; to indulge; as, to gratify the taste, the appetite, the senses, the desires, the mind, etc.

Gratify (v. t.) To requite; to recompense.

Hornify (v. t.) To horn; to cuckold.

Horrify (v. t.) To cause to feel horror; to strike or impress with horror; as, the sight horrified the beholders.

Justify (a.) To prove or show to be just; to vindicate; to maintain or defend as conformable to law, right, justice, propriety, or duty.

Justify (a.) To pronounce free from guilt or blame; to declare or prove to have done that which is just, right, proper, etc.; to absolve; to exonerate; to clear.

Justify (a.) To treat as if righteous and just; to pardon; to exculpate; to absolve.

Justify (a.) To prove; to ratify; to confirm.

Justify (a.) To make even or true, as

Justify (v. i.) To form an even surface or true

Justify (v. i.) To take oath to the ownership of property sufficient to qualify one's self as bail or surety.

Lignify (v. t.) To convert into wood or into a ligneous substance.

Lignify (v. i.) To become wood.

Liquefy (v. t.) To convert from a solid form to that of a liquid; to melt; to dissolve; and technically, to melt by the sole agency of heat.

Liquefy (v. i.) To become liquid.

Magnify (v. t.) To make great, or greater; to increase the dimensions of; to amplify; to enlarge, either in fact or in appearance; as, the microscope magnifies the object by a thousand diameters.

Magnify (v. t.) To increase the importance of; to augment the esteem or respect in which one is held.

Magnify (v. t.) To praise highly; to land; to extol.

Magnify (v. t.) To exaggerate; as, to magnify a loss or a difficulty.

Magnify (v. i.) To have the power of causing objects to appear larger than they really are; to increase the apparent dimensions of objects; as, some lenses magnify but little.

Magnify (v. i.) To have effect; to be of importance or significance.

Mercify (v. t.) To pity.

Metrify (v. i.) To make verse.

Mollify (v. t.) To soften; to make tender; to reduce the hardness, harshness, or asperity of; to qualify; as, to mollify the ground.

Mollify (v. t.) To assuage, as pain or irritation, to appease, as excited feeling or passion; to pacify; to calm.

Mortify (v. t.) To destroy the organic texture and vital functions of; to produce gangrene in.

Mortify (v. t.) To destroy the active powers or essential qualities of; to change by chemical action.

Mortify (v. t.) To deaden by religious or other discip

Mortify (v. t.) To affect with vexation, chagrin, or humiliation; to humble; to depress.

Mortify (v. i.) To lose vitality and organic structure, as flesh of a living body; to gangrene.

Mortify (v. i.) To practice penance from religious motives; to deaden desires by religious discip

Mortify (v. i.) To be subdued; to decay, as appetites, desires, etc.

Mummify (v. t.) To embalm and dry as a mummy; to make into, or like, a mummy.

Mundify (v. t.) To cleanse.

Mystify (v. t.) To involve in mystery; to make obscure or difficult to understand; as, to mystify a passage of Scripture.

Mystify (v. t.) To perplex the mind of; to puzzle; to impose upon the credulity of ; as, to mystify an opponent.

Neatify (v. t.) To make neat.

Nitrify (v. t.) To combine or impregnate with nitrogen; to convert, by oxidation, into nitrous or nitric acid; to subject to, or produce by, nitrification.

Nullify (a.) To make void; to render invalid; to deprive of legal force or efficacy.

Petrify (v. t.) To convert, as any animal or vegetable matter, into stone or stony substance.

Petrify (v. t.) To make callous or obdurate; to stupefy; to paralyze; to transform; as by petrifaction; as, to petrify the heart. Young.

Petrify (v. i.) To become stone, or of a stony hardness, as organic matter by calcareous deposits.

Petrify (v. i.) Fig.: To become stony, callous, or obdurate.

Putrefy (v. t.) To render putrid; to cause to decay offensively; to cause to be decomposed; to cause to rot.

Putrefy (v. t.) To corrupt; to make foul.

Putrefy (v. t.) To make morbid, carious, or gangrenous; as, to putrefy an ulcer or wound.

Putrefy (v. i.) To become putrid; to decay offensively; to rot.

Putrify (v. t. & i.) To putrefy.

Qualify (v. t.) To give individual quality to; to modulate; to vary; to regulate.

Qualify (v. t.) To reduce from a general, undefined, or comprehensive form, to particular or restricted form; to modify; to limit; to restrict; to restrain; as, to qualify a statement, claim, or proposition.

Qualify (v. t.) Hence, to soften; to abate; to diminish; to assuage; to reduce the strength of, as liquors.

Qualify (v. t.) To soothe; to cure; -- said of persons.

Qualify (v. i.) To be or become qualified; to be fit, as for an office or employment.

Qualify (v. i.) To obtain legal power or capacity by taking the oath, or complying with the forms required, on assuming an office.

Rectify (v. t.) To make or set right; to correct from a wrong, erroneous, or false state; to amend; as, to rectify errors, mistakes, or abuses; to rectify the will, the judgment, opinions; to rectify disorders.

Rectify (v. t.) To refine or purify by repeated distillation or sublimation, by which the fine parts of a substance are separated from the grosser; as, to rectify spirit of wine.

Rectify (v. t.) To produce ( as factitious gin or brandy) by redistilling low wines or ardent spirits (whisky, rum, etc.), flavoring substances, etc., being added.

Reedify (v. t.) To edify anew; to build again after destruction.

Russify (v. t.) To Russianize; as, to Russify conquered tribes.

Salsafy (n.) See Salsify.

Salsify (n.) See Oyster plant (a), under Oyster.

Satisfy (a.) In general, to fill up the measure of a want of (a person or a thing); hence, to grafity fully the desire of; to make content; to supply to the full, or so far as to give contentment with what is wished for.

Satisfy (a.) To pay to the extent of claims or deserts; to give what is due to; as, to satisfy a creditor.

Satisfy (a.) To answer or discharge, as a claim, debt, legal demand, or the like; to give compensation for; to pay off; to requite; as, to satisfy a claim or an execution.

Satisfy (a.) To free from doubt, suspense, or uncertainty; to give assurance to; to set at rest the mind of; to convince; as, to satisfy one's self by inquiry.

Satisfy (v. i.) To give satisfaction; to afford gratification; to leave nothing to be desired.

Satisfy (v. i.) To make payment or atonement; to atone.

Scarify (v. t.) To scratch or cut the skin of; esp. (Med.), to make small incisions in, by means of a lancet or scarificator, so as to draw blood from the smaller vessels without opening a large vein.

Scarify (v. t.) To stir the surface soil of, as a field.

Scorify (v. t.) To reduce to scoria or slag; specifically, in assaying, to fuse so as to separate the gangue and earthy material, with borax, lead, soda, etc., thus leaving the gold and silver in a lead button; hence, to separate from, or by means of, a slag.

Signify (n.) To show by a sign; to communicate by any conventional token, as words, gestures, signals, or the like; to announce; to make known; to declare; to express; as, a signified his desire to be present.

Signify (n.) To mean; to import; to denote; to betoken.

Specify (v. t.) To mention or name, as a particular thing; to designate in words so as to distinguish from other things; as, to specify the uses of a plant; to specify articles purchased.

Storify (v. t.) To form or tell stories of; to narrate or describe in a story.

Stupefy (v. t.) To make stupid; to make dull; to blunt the faculty of perception or understanding in; to deprive of sensibility; to make torpid.

Stupefy (v. t.) To deprive of material mobility.

Stupify (v. t.) See Stupefy.

Suavify (v. t.) To make affable or suave.

Terrify (v. t.) To make terrible.

Terrify (v. t.) To alarm or shock with fear; to frighten.

Testify (v. i.) To make a solemn declaration, verbal or written, to establish some fact; to give testimony for the purpose of communicating to others a knowledge of something not known to them.

Testify (v. i.) To make a solemn declaration under oath or affirmation, for the purpose of establishing, or making proof of, some fact to a court; to give testimony in a cause depending before a tribunal.

Testify (v. i.) To declare a charge; to protest; to give information; to bear witness; -- with against.

Testify (v. t.) To bear witness to; to support the truth of by testimony; to affirm or declare solemny.

Testify (v. t.) To affirm or declare under oath or affirmation before a tribunal, in order to prove some fact.

Testify (adv.) In a testy manner; fretfully; peevishly; with petulance.

Tipsify (v. t.) To make tipsy.

Torpify (v. t.) To make torpid; to numb, or benumb.

Torrefy (v. t.) To dry by a fire.

Torrefy (v. t.) To subject to scorching heat, so as to drive off volatile ingredients; to roast, as ores.

Torrefy (v. t.) To dry or parch, as drugs, on a metallic plate till they are friable, or are reduced to the state desired.

Undeify (v. t.) To degrade from the state of deity; to deprive of the character or qualities of a god; to deprive of the reverence due to a god.

Versify (v. i.) To make verses.

Versify (v. t.) To relate or describe in verse; to compose in verse.

Versify (v. t.) To turn into verse; to render into metrical form; as, to versify the Psalms.

Vitrify (v. t.) To convert into, or cause to resemble, glass or a glassy substance, by heat and fusion.

Vitrify (v. t.) To become glass; to be converted into glass.

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