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AIIR

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There are 19 six-letter words containing A, 2I and R

AIRIER-airier adj. comparative form of airy: more airy.
AIRILY-airily adv. In an airy manner; lightly; gaily; jauntily; flippantly.
AIRING-airing v. present participle of air.
airing n. (uncountable) An exposure to warm or fresh air.
airing n. (countable) A public expression of an opinion or discussion of a subject.
ARILLI-arilli n. plural of arillus.
ARIOSI-Sorry, definition not available.
DIAPIR-diapir n. (geology) An intrusion of a ductile rock into an overburden.
HAIRIF-Sorry, definition not available.
IATRIC-iatric adj. Of or pertaining to a physician or physicians.
-iatric suff. Of or relating to a physician.
-iatric suff. Pertaining to a particular branch of medicine.
IMARIS-Sorry, definition not available.
IMPAIR-impair v. (transitive) To weaken; to affect negatively; to have a diminishing effect on.
impair v. (intransitive, archaic) To grow worse; to deteriorate.
impair adj. (obsolete) Not fit or appropriate.
IRIDAL-iridal adj. (rare) Pertaining to a rainbow.
iridal adj. (chiefly medicine) Pertaining to the iris of the eye.
MIDAIR-midair adj. In the act of flight; airborne.
midair n. (aeronautics) a collision between two or more aerospace vehicles in flight.
mid-air n. The middle of the air, as while in flight.
MOIRAI-moirai n. In Greek mythology, the 3 Fates, personifications of destiny.
moirai n. one's own destiny, fate.
PIRAIS-pirais n. plural of pirai.
PRIAPI-priapi n. plural of priapus.
RAGINI-Sorry, definition not available.
RAISIN-raisin n. A dried grape.
raisin v. (intransitive) Of grapes: to dry out; to become like raisins.
RAPINI-rapini n. A vegetable native to China, with green spiky leaves and a bitter taste.
TRIVIA-trivia n. insignificant trifles of little importance, especially items of unimportant information.
trivia n. A quiz game that involves obscure facts.
trivia n. plural of trivium.

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