|ASTARTED||-||astarted v. simple past tense and past participle of astart.|
|ASTERTED||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|DETRACTS||-||detracts v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of detract.|
|DISTRACT||-||distract v. (transitive) To divert the attention of.|
distract adj. (obsolete) Separated; drawn asunder.
distract adj. (obsolete) Insane; mad.
|DISTRAIT||-||distrait adj. absent-minded, troubled, distracted.|
|DUSTCART||-||dustcart n. (Britain) A vehicle for collecting refuse.|
dust cart n. Alternative form of dustcart.
|REDSTART||-||redstart n. Any of various insectivorous ground feeding birds, mainly of the genus Phoenicurus. Many of the species.|
|RESTATED||-||restated v. simple past tense and past participle of restate.|
|RETASTED||-||retasted v. simple past tense and past participle of retaste.|
|SCRATTED||-||scratted v. simple past tense and past participle of scrat.|
|STARDUST||-||stardust n. Particles of matter that fall from space down to Earth.|
stardust n. (figuratively) a powder with supposedly magic qualities.
stardust n. (informal, dated, astronomy) A distant cluster of stars, resembling a cloud, the individual stars of which.
|STARTLED||-||startled adj. Surprised and slightly frightened.|
startled adj. Extremely shocked.
startled v. simple past tense and past participle of startle.
|STATURED||-||statured adj. (in combination) Of or having a certain kind of stature.|
|STRADIOT||-||stradiot n. (historical) A mercenary unit from the Balkans, recruited mainly by states of southern and central Europe.|
|STRAITED||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|STRIATED||-||striated adj. Having parallel lines or grooves on the surface.|
striated v. simple past tense and past participle of striate.
|TARDIEST||-||tardiest adj. superlative form of tardy: most tardy.|
|TRIADIST||-||triadist n. One who believes in a triad.|