9 letter words ending in en
Bedridden (v. i.) Confined to the bed by sickness or infirmity.
Bequethen () old p. p. of Bequeath.
Bespitten () of Bespit
Boatwomen (pl. ) of Boatwoman
Bondwomen (pl. ) of Bondwoman
Botryogen (n.) A hydrous sulphate of iron of a deep red color. It often occurs in botryoidal form.
Bridesmen (pl. ) of Bridesman
Buttermen (pl. ) of Butterman
Camphogen (n.) See Cymene.
Caragheen (n.) See Carrageen.
Carrageen (n.) Alt. of Carrigeen
Carrigeen (n.) A small, purplish, branching, cartilaginous seaweed (Chondrus crispus), which, when bleached, is the Irish moss of commerce.
Charwomen (pl. ) of Charwoman
Chromogen () Vegetable coloring matter other than green; chromule.
Chromogen () Any colored compound, supposed to contain one or more chromophores.
Chrysogen (n.) A yellow crystal
Churchmen (pl. ) of Churchman
Clergymen (pl. ) of Clergyman
Coronamen (n.) The upper margin of a hoof; a coronet.
Cracksmen (pl. ) of Cracksman
Craftsmen (pl. ) of Craftsman
Daker hen () The corncrake or land rail.
Damaskeen (v.) Alt. of Damasken
Dandy-hen (n. fem.) A bantam fowl.
Daughtren (pl. ) of Daughter
Decoy-men (pl. ) of Decoy-man
Dictyogen (n.) A plant with net-veined leaves, and monocotyledonous embryos, belonging to the class Dictyogenae, proposed by Lindley for the orders Dioscoreaceae, Smilaceae, Trilliaceae, etc.
Disburden (v. t.) To rid of a burden; to free from a load borne or from something oppressive; to unload; to disencumber; to relieve.
Disburden (v. i.) To relieve one's self of a burden; to ease the mind.
Doughtren (n. pl.) Daughters.
Enchasten (v. t.) To chasten.
Endenizen (v. t.) To admit to the privileges of a denizen; to naturalize.
Energumen (n.) One possessed by an evil spirit; a demoniac.
Enginemen (pl. ) of Engineman
Enhearten (v. t.) To give heart to; to fill with courage; to embolden.
Enlighten (v. t.) To supply with light; to illuminate; as, the sun enlightens the earth.
Enlighten (v. t.) To make clear to the intellect or conscience; to shed the light of truth and knowledge upon; to furnish with increase of knowledge; to instruct; as, to enlighten the mind or understanding.
Enquicken (v. t.) To quicken; to make alive.
Ercedeken (n.) An archdeacon.
Evergreen (a.) Remaining unwithered through the winter, or retaining unwithered leaves until the leaves of the next year are expanded, as pines cedars, hemlocks, and the like.
Evergreen (n.) An evergreen plant.
Evergreen (n.) Twigs and branches of evergreen plants used for decoration.
Everywhen (adv.) At any or all times; every instant.
Excisemen (pl. ) of Exciseman
Fillipeen (n.) See Philopena.
Fishermen (pl. ) of Fisherman
Fishwomen (pl. ) of Fishwoman
Forbidden (p. p.) of Forbid
Forbidden (a.) Prohibited; interdicted.
Foretoken (n.) Prognostic; previous omen.
Foretoken (v. t.) To foreshow; to presignify; to prognosticate.
Forewiten (pl.) of Forewite
Forewomen (pl. ) of Forewoman
Forgotten (p. p.) of Forget
Forgotten () p. p. of Forget.
Foryetten () p. p. of Foryete.
Frenchmen (pl. ) of Frenchman
Gentlemen (pl. ) of Gentleman
Groomsmen (pl. ) of Groomsman
Guardsmen (pl. ) of Guardsman
Halloween (n.) The evening preceding Allhallows or All Saints' Day.
Hammermen (pl. ) of Hammerman
Hemselven (pron.) Themselves; -- used reflexively.
Himselven (pron. pl.) Themselves. See Hemself.
Illighten (v. t.) To enlighten.
Indenizen (v. t.) To invest with the privileges of a denizen; to naturalize.
Indigogen (n.) See Indigo white, under Indigo.
Indigogen (n.) Same as Indican, 2.
Inlighten (v. t.) See Enlighten.
Kinswomen (pl. ) of Kinswoman
Liverymen (pl. ) of Liveryman
Lumbermen (pl. ) of Lumberman
Middlemen (pl. ) of Middleman
Midheaven (n.) The midst or middle of heaven or the sky.
Midheaven (n.) The meridian, or middle
Minutemen (pl. ) of Minuteman
Mischosen (p. p.) of Mischoose
Misfallen (p. p.) of Misfall
Misgotten (a.) Unjustly gotten.
Mishappen (v. i.) To happen ill or unluckily.
Misshapen (a.) Having a bad or ugly form.
Mucinogen (n.) Same as Mucigen.
Organogen (n.) A name given to any one of the four elements, carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen, which are especially characteristic ingredients of organic compounds; also, by extension, to other elements sometimes found in the same connection; as sulphur, phosphorus, etc.
Outbidden () of Outbid
Outbrazen (v. t.) To bear down with a brazen face; to surpass in impudence.
Outspoken (a.) Speaking, or spoken, freely, openly, or boldly; as, an outspoken man; an outspoken rebuke.
Ovalbumen (n.) The albumin from white of eggs; egg albumin; -- in distinction from serum albumin. See Albumin.
Overladen (p. p.) of Overlade
Overripen (v. t.) To make too ripe.
Overtaken (p. p.) of Overtake
Patrolmen (pl. ) of Patrolman
Pauhaugen (n.) The menhaden; -- called also poghaden.
Phellogen (n.) The tissue of young cells which produces cork cells.
Pistareen (n.) An old Spanish silver coin of the value of about twenty cents.
Plasmogen (n.) The important living portion of protoplasm, considered a chemical substance of the highest elaboration. Germ plasm and idioplasm are forms of plasmogen.
Policemen (pl. ) of Policeman
Praenomen (n.) The first name of a person, by which individuals of the same family were distinguished, answering to our Christian name, as Caius, Lucius, Marcus, etc.
Preachmen (pl. ) of Preachman
Quarrymen (pl. ) of Quarry-man
Requicken (v. t.) To quicken anew; to reanimate; to give new life to.
Roundsmen (pl. ) of Roundsman
Schoolmen (pl. ) of Schoolman
Sclerogen (n.) The thickening matter of woody cells; lignin.
Scotchmen (pl. ) of Scotchman
Scythemen (pl. ) of Scytheman
Sea green () The green color of sea water.
Sea-green (a.) Of a beautiful bluish green color, like sea water on soundings.
Sea raven () An American cottoid fish (Hemitripterus Americanus) allied to the sculpins, found on the northeren Atlantic coasts.
Sea raven () The cormorant.
Selectmen (pl. ) of Selectman
Seventeen (a.) One more than sixteen; ten and seven added; as, seventeen years.
Seventeen (n.) The number greater by one than sixteen; the sum of ten and seven; seventeen units or objects.
Seventeen (n.) A symbol denoting seventeen units, as 17, or xvii.
Shopwomen (pl. ) of Shopwoman
Sicklemen (pl. ) of Sickleman
Sightsmen (pl. ) of Sightsman
Spoilsmen (pl. ) of Spoilsman
Spokesmen (pl. ) of Spokesman
Sportsmen (pl. ) of Sportsman
Squamipen (n.) Any one of a group of fishes having the dorsal and anal fins partially covered with scales.
Statesmen (pl. ) of Statesman
Steersmen (pl. ) of Steersman
Sundrymen (pl. ) of Sundryman
Switchmen (pl. ) of Switchman
Swordsmen (pl. ) of Swordsman
Tavernmen (pl. ) of Tavernman
Thermogen (n.) Caloric; heat; regarded as a material but imponderable substance.
Thretteen (a.) Thirteen.
-strucken () of Thunderstrike
Timbermen (pl. ) of Timberman
Tradesmen (pl. ) of Tradesman
Unburthen (v. t.) To unburden; to unload.
Underween (v. t.) To undervalue.
Untighten (v. t.) To make less tight or tense; to loosen.
Unwritten (a.) Not written; not reduced to writing; oral; as, unwritten agreements.
Unwritten (a.) Containing no writing; blank; as, unwritten paper.
Velveteen (n.) A kind of cloth, usually cotton, made in imitation of velvet; cotton velvet.
Vergalien (n.) Alt. of Vergaloo
Vestrymen (pl. ) of Vestryman
Washermen (pl. ) of Washerman
Water hen () Any gallinule.
Water hen () The common American coot.
Well-seen (a.) Having seen much; hence, accomplished; experienced.
Withouten (prep.) Without.
Workwomen (pl. ) of Workwoman
Xanthogen (n.) The hypothetical radical supposed to be characteristic of xanthic acid.
Xanthogen (n.) Persulphocyanogen.
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