100 Words That End With EST

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afforest (verb) establish a forest on previously unforested land Synonyms: forest
alcahest (noun) hypothetical universal solvent once sought by alchemists Synonyms: universal solvent, alkahest
alkahest (noun) hypothetical universal solvent once sought by alchemists Synonyms: universal solvent, alcahest
anapaest (noun) a metrical unit with unstressed-unstressed-stressed syllables Synonyms: anapest
anapest (noun) a metrical unit with unstressed-unstressed-stressed syllables Synonyms: anapaest
arbalest (noun) late version of the crossbow with a steel bow Synonyms: arbalist
archpriest (noun) a senior clergyman and dignitary Synonyms: primate, hierarch, high priest, prelate
armrest (noun) a support for the arm
arrest (verb) take into custody Synonyms: pick up, apprehend, nail, cop, nab, collar
(verb) hold back, as of a danger or an enemy; check the expansion or influence of Synonyms: check, stop, turn back, hold back, contain
(verb) attract and fix Synonyms: get, catch
(verb) cause to come to an abrupt stop Synonyms: hold, halt
(noun) the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal) Synonyms: pinch, catch, collar, apprehension, taking into custody
(noun) the state of inactivity following an interruption Synonyms: stop, halt, hitch, stay, stoppage, check
attest (verb) provide evidence for; stand as proof of; show by one's behavior, attitude, or external attributes Synonyms: demonstrate, certify, manifest, evidence
(verb) authenticate, affirm to be true, genuine, or correct, as in an official capacity
(verb) give testimony in a court of law Synonyms: bear witness, take the stand, testify
(verb) establish or verify the usage of
backrest (noun) a support that you can lean against while sitting Synonyms: back
bedrest (noun) confinement to bed continuously (as in the case of some sick or injured persons) Synonyms: bed rest
behest (noun) an authoritative command or request
bequest (noun) (law) a gift of personal property by will Synonyms: legacy
best (verb) get the better of Synonyms: outflank, outdo, scoop, trump
(noun) the supreme effort one can make
(noun) the person who is most outstanding or excellent; someone who tops all others Synonyms: topper
(adverb) in a most excellent way or manner
(adverb) it would be sensible
(adverb) from a position of superiority or authority Synonyms: better
(adjective) (superlative of `good') having the most positive qualities
(adjective) (comparative and superlative of `well') wiser or more advantageous and hence advisable Synonyms: better
birdnest (noun) nest where birds lay their eggs and hatch their young Synonyms: bird nest, bird's nest
(verb) gather birdnests Synonyms: bird-nest
blest (adjective) highly favored or fortunate (as e.g. by divine grace) Synonyms: blessed
chest (noun) the part of the human torso between the neck and the diaphragm or the corresponding part in other vertebrates Synonyms: pectus, thorax
(noun) box with a lid; used for storage; usually large and sturdy
(noun) the front of the trunk from the neck to the abdomen Synonyms: breast
(noun) furniture with drawers for keeping clothes Synonyms: bureau, dresser, chest of drawers
closest (adverb) (superlative of `near' or `close') within the shortest distance Synonyms: nearest, nighest
congest (verb) become or cause to become obstructed Synonyms: back up, foul, choke, choke off, clog, clog up, crap up
conquest (noun) the act of conquering Synonyms: subjection, subjugation, conquering
(noun) success in mastering something difficult
(noun) an act of winning the love or sexual favor of someone Synonyms: seduction
contest (noun) an occasion on which a winner is selected from among two or more contestants Synonyms: competition
(noun) a struggle between rivals
(verb) to make the subject of dispute, contention, or litigation Synonyms: contend, repugn
crest (noun) the top line of a hill, mountain, or wave
(noun) the top or extreme point of something (usually a mountain or hill) Synonyms: peak, summit, crown, tip, top
(noun) the center of a cambered road Synonyms: crown
(noun) (heraldry) in medieval times, an emblem used to decorate a helmet
(noun) a showy growth of e.g. feathers or skin on the head of a bird or other animal
(verb) lie at the top of Synonyms: cap
(verb) reach a high point
dearest (noun) a beloved person; used as terms of endearment Synonyms: love, honey, dear, beloved
deforest (verb) remove the trees from Synonyms: disafforest, disforest
detest (verb) dislike intensely; feel antipathy or aversion towards Synonyms: hate
digest (verb) convert food into absorbable substances
(verb) arrange and integrate in the mind
(verb) put up with something or somebody unpleasant Synonyms: put up, endure, stand, stick out, stomach, suffer, support, abide, bear, brook, tolerate
(verb) become assimilated into the body
(verb) systematize, as by classifying and summarizing
(verb) soften or disintegrate, as by undergoing exposure to heat or moisture
(verb) make more concise Synonyms: concentrate, condense
(verb) soften or disintegrate by means of chemical action, heat, or moisture
(noun) a periodical that summarizes the news
(noun) something that is compiled (as into a single book or file) Synonyms: compilation
disafforest (verb) remove the trees from Synonyms: deforest, disforest
disforest (verb) remove the trees from Synonyms: deforest, disafforest
dishonest (adjective) deceptive or fraudulent; disposed to cheat or defraud or deceive Synonyms: dishonorable
(adjective) capable of being corrupted Synonyms: purchasable, venal, corruptible, bribable
disinfest (verb) rid of vermin
disinterest (noun) tolerance attributable to a lack of involvement Synonyms: neutrality
(noun) lack of interest
disinvest (verb) deprive of status or authority Synonyms: divest
(verb) reduce or dispose of; cease to hold (an investment) Synonyms: divest
(verb) remove (someone's or one's own) clothes Synonyms: divest, strip, undress
divest (verb) take away possessions from someone Synonyms: deprive, strip
(verb) deprive of status or authority Synonyms: disinvest
(verb) reduce or dispose of; cease to hold (an investment) Synonyms: disinvest
(verb) remove (someone's or one's own) clothes Synonyms: disinvest, strip, undress
earliest (adverb) with the least delay Synonyms: soonest
(adjective) (comparative and superlative of `early') more early than; most early Synonyms: earlier
earnest (adjective) characterized by a firm and humorless belief in the validity of your opinions Synonyms: sincere, solemn
(adjective) sincerely earnest Synonyms: heartfelt, dear, devout
(adjective) not distracted by anything unrelated to the goal Synonyms: businesslike
(noun) something of value given by one person to another to bind a contract
egest (verb) eliminate from the body Synonyms: eliminate, pass, excrete
eldest (adjective) first in order of birth Synonyms: firstborn
(noun) the offspring who came first in the order of birth Synonyms: firstborn
farthest (adverb) to the greatest distance in space or time (`farthest' is used more often than `furthest' in this physical sense) Synonyms: furthest
(adverb) to the greatest degree or extent or most advanced stage (`furthest' is used more often than `farthest' in this abstract sense) Synonyms: furthest
(adjective) (comparatives of `far') most remote in space or time or order Synonyms: utmost, uttermost, farthermost, furthermost, furthest
fastest (adverb) most quickly Synonyms: quickest
fewest (adjective) (superlative of `few' used with count nouns and usually preceded by `the') quantifier meaning the smallest in number
footrest (noun) a low seat or a stool to rest the feet of a seated person Synonyms: ottoman, footstool, tuffet
forest (noun) the trees and other plants in a large densely wooded area Synonyms: wood, woods
(noun) land that is covered with trees and shrubs Synonyms: timber, woodland, timberland
(verb) establish a forest on previously unforested land Synonyms: afforest
furthest (adverb) to the greatest degree or extent or most advanced stage (`furthest' is used more often than `farthest' in this abstract sense) Synonyms: farthest
(adverb) to the greatest distance in space or time (`farthest' is used more often than `furthest' in this physical sense) Synonyms: farthest
(adjective) (comparatives of `far') most remote in space or time or order Synonyms: utmost, uttermost, farthermost, farthest, furthermost
gabfest (noun) light informal conversation for social occasions Synonyms: gossip, gab, small talk, causerie, chin wag, chin wagging, chin-wag, chin-wagging, chit chat, chit-chat, chitchat, tittle-tattle
goldcrest (noun) European kinglet with a black-bordered yellow crown patch Synonyms: Regulus regulus, golden-crested kinglet
greatest (adjective) highest in quality Synonyms: sterling, superlative
guest (noun) a visitor to whom hospitality is extended Synonyms: invitee
(noun) a customer of a hotel or restaurant etc.
(noun) (computer science) any computer that is hooked up to a computer network Synonyms: node, client
handrest (noun) a support for the hand
hartebeest (noun) a large African antelope with lyre-shaped horns that curve backward
harvest (noun) the yield from plants in a single growing season Synonyms: crop
(noun) the consequence of an effort or activity
(noun) the gathering of a ripened crop Synonyms: harvest home, harvesting
(noun) the season for gathering crops Synonyms: harvest time
(verb) gather, as of natural products Synonyms: reap, glean
(verb) remove from a culture or a living or dead body, as for the purposes of transplantation
headrest (noun) a cushion attached to the top of the back of an automobile's seat to prevent whiplash Synonyms: head restraint
(noun) a rest for the head
honest (adjective) not disposed to cheat or defraud; not deceptive or fraudulent Synonyms: honorable
(adjective) without dissimulation; frank
(adjective) worthy of being depended on Synonyms: reliable, dependable, true
(adjective) without pretensions
(adjective) marked by truth
(adjective) not forged Synonyms: good
(adjective) gained or earned without cheating or stealing Synonyms: fair
houseguest (noun) a guest entertained in your house Synonyms: house guest
immodest (adjective) having or showing an exaggerated opinion of your importance, ability, etc
(adjective) lacking decorum or decency
incest (noun) sexual intercourse between persons too closely related to marry (as between a parent and a child)
infest (verb) invade in great numbers Synonyms: overrun
(verb) occupy in large numbers or live on a host Synonyms: overrun, invade
(verb) live on or in a host, as of parasites
ingest (verb) serve oneself to, or consume regularly Synonyms: consume, take, take in, have
(verb) take up mentally Synonyms: absorb, assimilate, take in
inquest (noun) an inquiry into the cause of an unexpected death
interest (noun) a sense of concern with and curiosity about someone or something Synonyms: involvement
(noun) a reason for wanting something done Synonyms: sake
(noun) the power of attracting or holding one's attention (because it is unusual or exciting etc.) Synonyms: interestingness
(noun) a fixed charge for borrowing money; usually a percentage of the amount borrowed
(noun) (law) a right or legal share of something; a financial involvement with something Synonyms: stake
(noun) (usually plural) a social group whose members control some field of activity and who have common aims Synonyms: interest group
(noun) a diversion that occupies one's time and thoughts (usually pleasantly) Synonyms: pastime, pursuit
(verb) excite the curiosity of; engage the interest of
(verb) be on the mind of Synonyms: occupy, worry, concern
(verb) be of importance or consequence Synonyms: matter to
invest (verb) make an investment Synonyms: place, put, commit
(verb) give qualities or abilities to Synonyms: gift, endow, indue, empower, endue
(verb) furnish with power or authority; of kings or emperors Synonyms: clothe, adorn
(verb) provide with power and authority Synonyms: vest, enthrone
(verb) place ceremoniously or formally in an office or position Synonyms: seat, induct
jest (noun) a humorous anecdote or remark intended to provoke laughter Synonyms: joke, gag, jape, laugh
(noun) activity characterized by good humor Synonyms: jocularity, joke
(verb) tell a joke; speak humorously Synonyms: joke
(verb) act in a funny or teasing way Synonyms: joke
latest (adjective) up to the immediate present; most recent or most up-to-date Synonyms: up-to-the-minute
(adjective) in the current fashion or style Synonyms: in style, in vogue, modish, a la mode
(noun) the most recent news or development
longest (adverb) for the most time
lowest (adverb) in the lowest position; nearest the ground
(adjective) lowest in rank or importance Synonyms: last, last-place
manifest (verb) provide evidence for; stand as proof of; show by one's behavior, attitude, or external attributes Synonyms: demonstrate, certify, evidence, attest
(verb) record in a ship's manifest
(verb) reveal its presence or make an appearance
(adjective) clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment Synonyms: unmistakable, palpable, patent, plain, evident, apparent
(noun) a customs document listing the contents put on a ship or plane
mapquest (verb) search for a location and directions by means of the MapQuest program
modest (adjective) marked by simplicity; having a humble opinion of yourself
(adjective) not offensive to sexual mores in conduct or appearance
(adjective) not large but sufficient in size or amount Synonyms: small
(adjective) free from pomp or affectation
(adjective) low or inferior in station or quality Synonyms: humble, small, low, lowly
(adjective) humble in spirit or manner; suggesting retiring mildness or even cowed submissiveness Synonyms: meek, mild
(adjective) relatively moderate, limited, or small Synonyms: minor, pocket-size, pocket-sized, small, small-scale
molest (verb) harass or assault sexually; make indecent advances to
(verb) annoy continually or chronically Synonyms: harass, beset, harry, hassle, plague, provoke, chevvy, chevy, chivvy, chivy
nearest (adverb) (superlative of `near' or `close') within the shortest distance Synonyms: nighest, closest
nest (noun) a structure in which animals lay eggs or give birth to their young
(noun) a kind of gun emplacement
(noun) a cosy or secluded retreat
(noun) a gang of people (criminals or spies or terrorists) assembled in one locality
(noun) furniture pieces made to fit close together
(verb) inhabit a nest, usually after building
(verb) fit together or fit inside
(verb) move or arrange oneself in a comfortable and cozy position Synonyms: draw close, nestle, nuzzle, snuggle, cuddle
(verb) gather nests
nighest (adverb) (superlative of `near' or `close') within the shortest distance Synonyms: nearest, closest
northwest (noun) the direction corresponding to the northwestward compass point
(noun) the compass point midway between north and west; at 315 degrees Synonyms: NW, nor'-west, northwestward
(noun) a location in the northwestern part of a country, region, or city
(adverb) to, toward, or in the northwest Synonyms: nor'-west, north-west
(adjective) situated in or oriented toward the northwest Synonyms: northwesterly, northwestern
(adjective) coming from the northwest Synonyms: northwesterly
overmodest (adjective) affectedly modest or shy especially in a playful or provocative way Synonyms: demure, coy
palimpsest (noun) a manuscript (usually written on papyrus or parchment) on which more than one text has been written with the earlier writing incompletely erased and still visible
pest (noun) a serious (sometimes fatal) infection of rodents caused by Yersinia pestis and accidentally transmitted to humans by the bite of a flea that has bitten an infected animal Synonyms: pestilence, plague, pestis
(noun) any epidemic disease with a high death rate Synonyms: pestilence, plague
(noun) a persistently annoying person Synonyms: gadfly, pesterer, cuss, blighter
(noun) any unwanted and destructive insect or other animal that attacks food or crops or livestock etc.
predigest (verb) digest (food) beforehand
priest (noun) a clergyman in Christian churches who has the authority to perform or administer various religious rites; one of the Holy Orders
(noun) a person who performs religious duties and ceremonies in a non-Christian religion Synonyms: non-Christian priest
protest (noun) a formal and solemn declaration of objection Synonyms: protestation
(noun) the act of protesting; a public (often organized) manifestation of dissent Synonyms: dissent, objection
(noun) the act of making a strong public expression of disagreement and disapproval
(verb) utter words of protest
(verb) express opposition through action or words Synonyms: resist, dissent
(verb) affirm or avow formally or solemnly
quest (verb) make a search (for)
(verb) search the trail of (game)
(verb) bark with prolonged noises, of dogs Synonyms: bay
(verb) seek alms, as for religious purposes
(verb) express the need or desire for Synonyms: call for, ask for, request, bespeak
(noun) a search for an alternative that meets cognitive criteria Synonyms: pursuance, pursuit
(noun) the act of searching for something Synonyms: seeking
quickest (adverb) most quickly Synonyms: fastest
rainforest (noun) a forest with heavy annual rainfall Synonyms: rain forest
reforest (verb) forest anew
regest (noun) (archaic, obsolete) A register.
request (verb) express the need or desire for Synonyms: quest, call for, ask for, bespeak
(verb) ask (a person) to do something
(verb) inquire for (information)
(noun) a formal message requesting something that is submitted to an authority Synonyms: petition, postulation
(noun) the verbal act of requesting Synonyms: asking
rest (noun) something left after other parts have been taken away Synonyms: residue, remainder, residual, residuum, balance
(noun) freedom from activity (work or strain or responsibility) Synonyms: relaxation, repose, ease
(noun) a pause for relaxation Synonyms: relief, respite, rest period
(noun) a state of inaction
(noun) euphemisms for death (based on an analogy between lying in a bed and in a tomb) Synonyms: sleep, quietus, eternal rest, eternal sleep
(noun) a support on which things can be put
(noun) a musical notation indicating a silence of a specified duration
(verb) not move; be in a resting position
(verb) take a short break from one's activities in order to relax Synonyms: breathe, catch one's breath, take a breather
(verb) give a rest to
(verb) have a place in relation to something else Synonyms: lie
(verb) be at rest
(verb) stay the same; remain in a certain state Synonyms: stay, remain
(verb) be inherent or innate in Synonyms: repose, reside
(verb) put something in a resting position, as for support or steadying
(verb) sit, as on a branch Synonyms: perch, roost
(verb) rest on or as if on a pillow Synonyms: pillow
(verb) be inactive, refrain from acting
rinderpest (noun) an acute infectious viral disease of cattle (usually fatal); characterized by fever and diarrhea and inflammation of mucous membranes Synonyms: cattle plague
slowest (adverb) most slowly
slugfest (noun) a fight with bare fists Synonyms: fistfight, fisticuffs
soonest (adverb) with the least delay Synonyms: earliest
southwest (noun) the compass point midway between south and west; at 225 degrees Synonyms: SW, sou'-west, southwestward
(noun) the direction corresponding to the southwestward compass point
(noun) a location in the southwestern part of a country, region, or city
(adverb) to, toward, or in the southwest Synonyms: sou'west, south-west
(adjective) coming from the southwest Synonyms: southwesterly
(adjective) situated in or oriented toward the southwest Synonyms: southwesterly, southwestern
suggest (verb) make a proposal, declare a plan for something Synonyms: propose, advise
(verb) drop a hint; intimate by a hint Synonyms: hint
(verb) imply as a possibility Synonyms: intimate
(verb) call to mind Synonyms: evoke, paint a picture
tempest (noun) a violent commotion or disturbance Synonyms: storm
(noun) (literary) a violent wind
test (verb) put to the test, as for its quality, or give experimental use to Synonyms: prove, examine, essay, try, try out
(verb) test or examine for the presence of disease or infection Synonyms: screen
(verb) examine someone's knowledge of something Synonyms: quiz
(verb) show a certain characteristic when tested
(verb) achieve a certain score or rating on a test
(verb) determine the presence or properties of (a substance)
(verb) undergo a test
(noun) trying something to find out about it Synonyms: trial, tryout, trial run
(noun) any standardized procedure for measuring sensitivity or memory or intelligence or aptitude or personality etc Synonyms: mental test, mental testing, psychometric test
(noun) a set of questions or exercises evaluating skill or knowledge Synonyms: examination, exam
(noun) the act of undergoing testing Synonyms: trial
(noun) the act of testing something Synonyms: run, trial
(noun) a hard outer covering as of some amoebas and sea urchins
unrest (noun) a state of agitation or turbulent change or development Synonyms: agitation, ferment, fermentation, tempestuousness
(noun) a feeling of restless agitation
vest (verb) provide with power and authority Synonyms: invest, enthrone
(verb) place (authority, property, or rights) in the control of a person or group of persons
(verb) become legally vested
(verb) clothe oneself in ecclesiastical garments
(verb) clothe formally; especially in ecclesiastical robes Synonyms: robe
(noun) a man's sleeveless garment worn underneath a coat Synonyms: waistcoat
(noun) a collarless men's undergarment for the upper part of the body Synonyms: undershirt, singlet
west (noun) the cardinal compass point that is at 270 degrees Synonyms: W, due west, westward
(noun) the direction corresponding to the westward cardinal compass point
(noun) a location in the western part of a country, region, or city
(adverb) to, toward, or in the west
(adjective) situated in or facing or moving toward the west
wildebeest (noun) large African antelope having a head with horns like an ox and a long tufted tail Synonyms: gnu
wrest (verb) obtain by seizing forcibly or violently, also metaphorically
zest (verb) add herbs or spices to Synonyms: spice, spice up
(noun) vigorous and enthusiastic enjoyment Synonyms: relish, zestfulness, gusto
(noun) a tart spicy quality Synonyms: nip, tang, piquance, piquancy, piquantness, tanginess

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