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There are 18 words beginning with BLIS

BLISSbliss n. Perfect happiness.
Bliss prop.n. An English surname transferred from the nickname originating as a nickname.
Bliss prop.n. (Rare) A unisex given name from English.
BLISSEDblissed adj. In a state of bliss.
BLISS v. to experience ecstasy.
BLISSESblisses n. Plural of bliss.
BLISS v. to experience ecstasy.
BLISSFULblissful adj. Extremely happy; full of joy; experiencing, indicating, causing, or characterized by bliss.
blissful adj. (Obsolete) Blessed; glorified.
BLISSFUL adj. very happy.
BLISSFULLYblissfully adv. In a blissful, happy or joyful manner.
BLISSFUL adv. very happy.
BLISSFULNESSblissfulness n. The characteristic of being blissful.
BLISSFULNESS n. the state of being blissful.
BLISSFULNESSESblissfulnesses n. Plural of blissfulness.
BLISSFULNESS n. the state of being blissful.
BLISSINGblissing n. Obsolete spelling of blessing.
BLISS v. to experience ecstasy.
BLISSLESSblissless adj. Devoid of bliss; joyless.
BLISSLESS adj. destitute of bliss.
BLISTB-list n. An informal list of people in any of several categories (but especially in the entertainment industry)…
BLESS v. to sanctify.
BLISTERblister n. A small bubble between the layers of the skin that contains watery or bloody fluid and is caused by…
blister n. A swelling on a plant.
blister n. (Medicine) Something applied to the skin to raise a blister; a vesicatory or other applied medicine.
BLISTEREDblistered v. Simple past tense and past participle of blister.
blistered adj. Having one or more blisters.
BLISTER v. to cause fluid filled swellings on the skin.
BLISTERIERBLISTERY adj. having blisters.
BLISTERIESTBLISTERY adj. having blisters.
BLISTERINGblistering v. Present participle of blister.
blistering adj. Causing blisters.
blistering adj. Very hot.
BLISTERINGLYblisteringly adv. In a blistering manner.
BLISTERING adv. BLISTER, to cause fluid filled swellings on the skin.
BLISTERSblisters n. Plural of blister.
B-listers n. Plural of B-lister.
BLISTER v. to cause fluid filled swellings on the skin.
BLISTERYblistery adj. Having blisters.
BLISTERY adj. having blisters.

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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