Word Extension Finder
Answers to Questions
How to extend a word?
A word is said to be extensible if it is possible to add / join one or more letters to the beginning or to the end of the word in order to create a new one, present in the chosen dictionary.
Example: CODE can be extended with R at the end to become CODER
Example: CODER can be extended with DE at the beginning to become DECODER
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What is a prefix?
A prefix is a letter or group of letters that can be affixed to the beginning of a word.
Example: CODE + prefix DE gives DECODE
What is a suffix?
A suffix is a letter or group of letters that can be affixed to the end of a word.
Example: CODE + suffix R gives CODER
What is a stop word?
A stop word (non-extensible) is a word that can not be extended either by a prefix or a suffix