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There are 13 words beginning with ALIM

ALIMENTaliment n. (Now rare) Food.
aliment n. (Figuratively) Nourishment, sustenance.
aliment n. (Scotland) An allowance for maintenance; alimony.
ALIMENTALalimental adj. Supplying food; nourishing.
ALIMENTAL adj. affording food.
ALIMENTARYalimentary adj. Of, or relating to food, nutrition or digestion.
alimentary adj. Nourishing; nutritious.
ALIMENTARY adj. pertaining to food; nourishing.
ALIMENTATIONalimentation n. (Law) Alimony.
alimentation n. (Biology) Nourishment, as a process or as a substance.
alimentation n. A French delicatessen.
ALIMENTATIONSalimentations n. Plural of alimentation.
ALIMENTATION n. the act of feeding or being fed.
ALIMENTATIVEalimentative adj. Relating to aliment.
alimentative adj. Nutritious, nourishing.
ALIMENTATIVE adj. nourishing.
ALIMENTEDalimented v. Simple past tense and past participle of aliment.
ALIMENT v. to feed, nourish.
ALIMENTINGalimenting v. Present participle of aliment.
ALIMENT v. to feed, nourish.
ALIMENTIVENESSalimentiveness n. The state or quality of being alimentive.
alimentiveness n. (Phrenology, obsolete) The instinct or faculty of appetite for food.
ALIMENTIVENESS n. a phrenologist's word for the instinct to seek food or drink.
ALIMENTSaliments n. Plural of aliment.
aliments v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of aliment.
ALIMENT v. to feed, nourish.
ALIMONIEDALIMONIED adj. provided with an alimony.
ALIMONIESalimonies n. Plural of alimony.
ALIMONY n. an allowance paid to a partner after divorce.
ALIMONYalimony n. (Law) A court-mandated allowance made to a former spouse by a divorced or legally separated person.
alimony n. The means to support life.
ALIMONY n. an allowance paid to a partner after divorce.

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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