Wordhippo 5 Letter Words: Find Your Perfect Match Easily

Discover how WordHippo can help you find a variety of five-letter words, perfect for any game or writing project.

  1. Alert- Quick to notice; vigilant.
  2. Bliss- Complete happiness.
  3. Charm- The power of pleasing or attracting.
  4. Draft- A preliminary version of a piece of writing.
  5. Evoke- Bring or recall to the conscious mind.
  6. Flair- Stylishness and originality.
  7. Gleam- Shine brightly, especially with reflected light.
  8. Haste- Excessive speed or urgency of movement or action.
  9. Ideal- Satisfying one’s conception of perfection.
  10. Jolly- Happy and cheerful.
  11. Knead- Work dough or clay with hands.
  12. Lapse- A temporary failure of concentration or judgment.
  13. Mirth- Amusement, especially expressed in laughter.
  14. Novel- New or unusual in an interesting way.
  15. Oasis- A fertile spot in a desert where water is found.
  16. Pique- Stimulate (interest or curiosity).
  17. Query- A question, especially addressed to an official or organization.
  18. Rustic- Relating to the countryside; rural.
  19. Shrew- A woman with a bad temper and sharp tongue.
  20. Twirl- Spin quickly and lightly.
  21. Unity- The state of being united or joined as a whole.
  22. Vivid- Producing powerful feelings or strong, clear images in the mind.
  23. Weary- Feeling or showing tiredness.
  24. Xenon- A colorless, dense, odorless noble gas used in lamps and bulbs.
  25. Yield- Produce or provide (a natural, agricultural, or industrial product).
  26. Zesty- Having a strong, pleasant, and somewhat spicy flavor or smell.
  1. Ample- Enough or more than enough; plentiful.
  2. Brisk- Active, fast, and energetic.
  3. Civic- Relating to a city or town, especially its administration.
  4. Dwell- Live in or at a specified place.
  5. Ethic- A set of moral principles or values.
  6. Fjord- A long, narrow, deep inlet of the sea between high cliffs.
  7. Grasp- Seize and hold firmly.
  8. Hoist- Raise by means of ropes and pulleys.
  9. Inept- Having or showing no skill; clumsy.
  10. Joust- Engage in a sports contest in which two opponents on horseback fight with lances.
  11. Knack- An acquired or natural skill at performing a task.
  12. Leaky- Allowing fluid to escape through a hole or crack.
  13. Moose- A large deer with palmate antlers and a growth of skin hanging from the neck.
  14. Niche- A comfortable or suitable position in life or employment.
  15. Outdo- Be better than in performance.
  16. Plumb- Measure the depth of water.
  17. Quirk- A peculiar behavioral habit.
  18. Rover- A person who spends their time wandering.
  19. Slyly- In a cunning and deceitful or manipulative manner.
  20. Troop- A group of soldiers, scouts, or players.
  21. Urged- Recommend persistently; encourage.
  22. Vapor- A substance diffused or suspended in the air, initially a liquid or solid.
  23. Whack- Strike forcefully with a sharp blow.
  24. Yacht- A medium-sized sailing boat equipped for cruising or racing.
  1. Adorn- Make more beautiful or attractive.
  2. Bevel- A slope from the horizontal or vertical in carpentry and stonework; a sloping edge.
  3. Crank- An eccentric person, especially one who is obsessed by a particular subject.
  4. Dread- Anticipate with great apprehension or fear.
  5. Excel- Be exceptionally good at or proficient in an activity or subject.
  6. Frail- Weak and delicate.
  7. Glyph- A hieroglyphic character or symbol; a pictograph.
  8. Hefty- Large and heavy; powerful and convincing.
  9. Inset- A thing that is put in or inserted.
  10. Judge- Form an opinion or conclusion about.
  11. Knoll- A small hill or mound.
  12. Learn- Gain or acquire knowledge of or skill in (something) by study, experience, or being taught.
  13. Motel- A roadside hotel designed primarily for motorists.
  14. Nerdy- Unfashionable and socially inept or boringly studious.
  15. Opine- Hold and state as one’s opinion.

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