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There are 19 words containing D, H, V and Y

ADHESIVELYadhesively adv. In an adhesive manner; by adhesion.
ADHESIVE adv. sticking.
DEVILISHLYdevilishly adv. In a devilish manner.
DEVILISH adv. fiendish.
DOVEISHLYDOVEISH adv. like a dove, also DOVISH.
DOVISHLYdovishly adv. In a dovish manner.
DOVISH adv. like a dove, also DOVEISH.
EVENHANDEDLYevenhandedly adv. In an evenhanded manner.
even-handedly adv. Alternative form of evenhandedly.
EVENHANDED adv. fair, impartial.
HEAVYHEARTEDheavyhearted adj. Alternative form of heavy-hearted.
heavy-hearted adj. (Idiomatic) sad, melancholic.
HEAVYHEARTED adj. despondent, saddened.
HEAVYHEARTEDLYheavyheartedly adv. Alternative form of heavy-heartedly.
heavy-heartedly adv. In a heavy-hearted manner; sadly, morosely.
HEAVYHEARTED adv. despondent, saddened.
HYDROVANEhydrovane n. A hydrofoil.
HYDROVANE n. a hydrofoil.
HYDROVANEShydrovanes n. Plural of hydrovane.
HYDROVANE n. a hydrofoil.
HYPERCIVILISEDhypercivilised adj. Alternative form of hypercivilized.
HYPERCIVILISED adj. excessively civilised, also HYPERCIVILIZED.
HYPERCIVILIZEDhypercivilized adj. Very highly civilized.
HYPERCIVILIZED adj. excessively civilized, also HYPERCIVILISED.
HYPERDEVELOPEDhyperdeveloped adj. Developed to a very high degree.
HYPERDRIVEhyperdrive n. (Science fiction) A spaceship engine that allows faster-than-light travel by entering hyperspace.
hyperdrive n. A state of accelerated action.
HYPERDRIVEShyperdrives n. Plural of hyperdrive.
HYPERPRODUCTIVEhyperproductive adj. Exceptionally productive.
HYPERVENTILATEDhyperventilated v. Simple past tense and past participle of hyperventilate.
HYPERVENTILATE v. to breathe rapidly and deeply.
OVERHYPEDoverhyped v. Simple past tense and past participle of overhype.
overhyped adj. That has been promoted or publicized excessively.
OVERHYPE v. to hype to excess.
VIDEOGRAPHYvideography n. The art and technology of producing moving (video) images on photosensitive surfaces, and its digital counterpart.
videography n. The occupation of making videos.
videography n. The list of music videos a singer has appeared or sung in.
YRAVISHEDyravished v. (Obsolete) past participle of ravish.
RAVISH v. to seize and carry off by force.

Scrabble words — in black are valid world wide — in RED are not valid in North America — in GREEN are valid only in North America.
Definitions are short excerpt from the WikWik.org and 1Word.ws.

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  • English Wiktionary: 668 words
  • Scrabble in French: 2 words
  • Scrabble in Spanish: no word
  • Scrabble in Italian: 1 word
  • Scrabble in German: 6 words
  • Scrabble in Romanian: no word

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