List of Words Ending With ‘XED’

There are hundreds of words that end in ‘xed.’ However, here, 87 ‘xed’ ending words have been provided whose meaning can be found in the Merriam-Webster dictionary.

There are more than 600,000 words in English literature. But the vast majority of those words are no longer used in modern English. Therefore, we have not included those obsolete ‘xed’ ending words in this list.


  • To mix in


  • Reaching to the stem, but not attached to it


  • To attach physically
  • To attach in any way add, append
  • Impress
  • One or more sounds or letters occurring as a bound form attached to the beginning or end of a word, base, or phrase or inserted within a word or base and serving to produce a derivative word or an inflectional form
  • Appendage


  • To add (an area or region) to a country, state, etc. to take control of (a territory or place)
  • To attach as a quality, consequence, or condition
  • To join together materially unite
  • To add to something earlier, larger, or more important
  • To incorporate (a country or other territory) within the domain of a state


  • Having an apex


  • Attached by the apex


  • A cutting tool that consists of a heavy edged head fixed to a handle with the edge parallel to the handle and that is used especially for felling trees and chopping and splitting wood
  • A hammer with a sharp edge for dressing (see dress entry 1 sense 6e) or spalling stone
  • Removal from office or release from employment dismissal
  • Abrupt elimination or severe reduction of something
  • Any of several musical instruments (such as a guitar or a saxophone)


  • Damage, ruin
  • Smash


  • Attached at or near the base


  • Bisexual


  • To throw into disorder
  • Bungle
  • To make mistakes in doing (something) to upset or ruin (something)


  • To inject botulinum toxin into (part of the body and especially part of the face) especially for cosmetic purposes (as to minimize wrinkles)
  • To inject botulinum toxin into (part of the body and especially part of the face) usually for cosmetic purposes (as to minimize wrinkles)


  • Placed or enclosed in a box


  • To calm down relax


  • A figure of speech in which a series of phrases or sentences is arranged in ascending order of rhetorical forcefulness
  • The highest point culmination
  • The point of highest dramatic tension or a major turning point in the action (as of a play)
  • Orgasm
  • Menopause


  • To influence or gently urge by caressing or flattering wheedle
  • To draw, gain, or persuade by means of gentle urging or flattery
  • To manipulate with great perseverance and usually with considerable effort toward a desired state or activity
  • Fondle, pet
  • Coaxial cable


  • Mingle, blend
  • To become mingled or blended


  • A group of buildings, apartments, etc., that are located near each other and used for a particular purpose
  • An emotional problem that causes someone to think or worry too much about something
  • A group of things that are connected in complicated ways
  • A whole made up of complicated or interrelated parts
  • A group of culture traits relating to a single activity (such as hunting), process (such as use of flint), or culture unit


  • Coxswain
  • Coxswain
  • Cyclooxygenase
  • A person who steers a rowing boat in races
  • Cyclooxygenase


  • Turned abruptly downward


  • Castrate, spay
  • To eliminate perceived sexism from
  • Desexualize sense 2
  • Castrate sense 1, spay


  • Attached by the back


  • To publicly identify or publish private information about (someone) especially as a form of punishment or revenge


  • To publicly identify or publish private information about (someone) especially as a form of punishment or revenge


  • Having two principal elements or parts double, twofold
  • Having two complementary polynucleotide strands of dna or of dna and rna
  • Allowing telecommunication in opposite directions simultaneously
  • To make duplex
  • Something duplexsuch as


  • Having approximately equal dimensions in all directions


  • To ship (something) to (someone) by using the services of the fedex corporation


  • Securely placed or fastened stationary
  • Nonvolatile
  • Formed into a chemical compound
  • Not subject to change or fluctuation
  • Firmly set in the mind


  • To bend especially repeatedly
  • To move muscles so as to cause flexion of (a joint)
  • To move or tense (a muscle) by contraction
  • Use, demonstrate
  • Bend


  • Completely unable to understand utterly confused or perplexed


  • A series of changes continuous change
  • A substance used for helping to melt or join metals
  • A flowing of fluid from the bodysuch as
  • Diarrhea
  • Dysentery


  • Discolored with foxing


  • To practice witchcraft
  • To put a hex on
  • To affect as if by an evil spell jinx
  • A person who practices witchcraft
  • Spell, jinx


  • To trick into believing or accepting as genuine something false and often preposterous
  • An act intended to trick or dupe imposture
  • Something accepted or established by fraud or fabrication
  • To trick or deceive (someone)
  • An act that is meant to trick or deceive people


  • To mix in


  • An alphabetical list at the end of a book that shows the page where each thing in the list can be found
  • A group of related things that are in alphabetical or numerical order
  • A sign or number that shows how something is changing or performing
  • A number that indicates changes in the level of something (such as a stock market) when it rises or falls
  • A list (as of bibliographical information or citations to a body of literature) arranged usually in alphabetical order of some specified datum (such as author, subject, or keyword)such as


  • To fasten or fix by piercing or thrusting in
  • To impress firmly in the consciousness or disposition
  • To insert (a sound or letter) as an infix
  • A derivational or inflectional affix appearing in the body of a word (such as sanskrit -n- in vindami “i know” as contrasted with vid “to know”)
  • Characterized by placement of a binary operator between the operands


  • Bent or turned abruptly inward or downward or toward the axis


  • To mix together
  • To become mixed together
  • To mix together


  • One that brings bad luck
  • The state or spell of bad luck brought on by a jinx
  • To foredoom to failure or misfortune bring bad luck to
  • Someone or something that causes bad luck
  • A state or period of bad luck caused by a jinx


  • Formatted so as to display the full rectangular frame of a wide-screen motion picture


  • Attached by the middle


  • Combining characteristics of more than one kind
  • Combining features of two or more systems of government
  • Made up of or involving individuals or items of more than one kindsuch as
  • Made up of or involving persons differing in race (see race entry 1 sense 1a), national origin, religion, or class
  • Made up of or involving individuals of more than one sex


  • Many, multiple
  • Being or relating to a system of transmitting several messages or signals simultaneously on the same circuit or channel
  • To send (messages or signals) by a multiplex system
  • To multiplex messages or signals
  • A complex that houses several movie theaters


  • To refuse to accept or allow (something) veto, reject
  • No
  • Nothing
  • A water sprite of germanic folklore
  • To refuse to accept or allow (something) to say no to (something, such as a suggestion or plan)


  • A box or tray (as on a desk) for holding outgoing interoffice mail
  • A computer folder for outgoing email messages that have not yet been sent
  • To outdo or surpass in boxing to box more skillfully or successfully than (an opponent)
  • A box or other container on a desk in which letters, notes, etc., that are being sent from the desk are placed
  • A computer folder that holds e-mail messages you have not yet sent


  • Outsmart
  • To defeat or trick (someone) by being more intelligent or clever


  • To mix too much


  • Exhibiting an excessive sexual drive or interest
  • Having more interest in sex than is usual


  • To tax (someone or something) too heavily or beyond what is due
  • To lay too heavy a burden or demand upon (someone or something)
  • To make (someone or something) do more than that person or thing is able to do or should do to make heavy demands on (someone or something)
  • To make (people) pay too much in taxes


  • Filled with uncertainty puzzled
  • Full of difficulty
  • Unable to understand something clearly or to think clearly confused
  • Unable to understand something clearly or to think clearly


  • A battle-ax with a short handle and often a hook or spike opposite the blade
  • One with a long handle used as an ornamental weapon
  • An ax used in slaughtering cattle
  • To attack, strike, or fell with or as if with a poleax
  • To hit and knock down (someone)


  • A virus disease (such as chicken pox) characterized by pustules or eruptions
  • Smallpox
  • Syphilis
  • A disastrous evil plague, curse
  • To infect with a pox and especially with syphilis


  • To add a letter, number, or symbol at the beginning of a word or number
  • To fix or appoint beforehand
  • To place in front
  • To add as a prefix
  • An affix attached to the beginning of a word, base, or phrase and serving to produce a derivative word or an inflectional form — compare suffix


  • To mix before use
  • A mixture of ingredients designed to be mixed with other ingredients before use


  • Stretch


  • To affix (something) again
  • To reattach (something) physically


  • To add or acquire back as a territory to annex again


  • To fix (something) againsuch as
  • To make (an object) firm, stable, or stationary again
  • To affix or attach (something) again
  • To set or establish (something) again and usually differently
  • To repair (something) again


  • Bent or curved backward or downward


  • A flowing back
  • Gastroesophageal reflux
  • A process of refluxing or condition of being refluxed
  • To cause to flow back or return
  • To heat such that the vapors formed condense and return to be heated again


  • Freed from or lacking in precision or stringency
  • Set or being at rest or at ease
  • Easy of manner informal
  • Somewhat loose-fitting and usually casual in style
  • Calm and free from stress, worry, or anxiety not worried or tense


  • To mix again
  • A variant of an original recording (as of a song) made by rearranging or adding to the original
  • A new or different version of a recorded song that is made by changing or adding to the original recording of the song


  • Fixed in some respect or temporarily


  • Having sex or sexual instincts
  • Having sex appeal


  • To box with an imaginary opponent especially as a form of training
  • A shallow enclosing case usually with a glass front in which something is set for protection and display
  • To box with an imaginary opponent as a form of training


  • A letter or a group of letters that is added to the end of a word to change its meaning or to form a different word
  • An affix occurring at the end of a word, base, or phrase — compare prefix
  • To attach as a suffix
  • A letter or group of letters that comes at the end of a word and has a meaning of its own


  • A charge usually of money imposed by authority on persons or property for public purposes
  • A sum levied on members of an organization to defray expenses
  • A heavy demand
  • To levy a tax on
  • To make onerous and rigorous demands on


  • A communication service involving teletypewriters connected by wire through automatic exchanges
  • A teletypewriter used in telex
  • A message sent by telex
  • To send (something, such as a message) by telex
  • To communicate with by telex


  • To hold motionless by or as if by piercing
  • To pierce through with or as if with a pointed weapon impale
  • To cause (someone) to sit or stand without moving because of surprise, shock, interest, etc.
  • To hold motionless by or as if by piercing through with a pointed weapon


  • To remove from a box


  • Deficient in sexual desire
  • Deficient in sexual desire


  • To loosen from a fastening detach, disengage
  • To make unstable unsettle


  • Not flexed unbent


  • Not indexedsuch as
  • Not provided with or included in an index
  • Not tied to an index not regulated by indexation


  • Not mixed
  • unadulterated, pure


  • Not perplexed unbaffled
  • Simple, straightforward, clear


  • Not having a prefix


  • Not at rest or at ease not relaxed


  • To deprive of sex or sexual power
  • To deprive of the qualities typical of one’s sex
  • To deprive of sexual qualities or characteristics
  • Castrate sense 1a


  • Not subjected to taxation not taxed


  • Free from disturbance calm, serene


  • Not coated or treated with wax not waxed


  • Affected with, marked by, or causing trouble or vexationsuch as
  • Feeling or showing irritation, annoyance, or distress
  • Difficult and often frustrating to understand or deal with
  • Difficult and frustrating to deal with
  • Annoyed or worried


  • A substance that is secreted by bees and is used by them for constructing the honeycomb, that is a dull yellow solid plastic when warm, and that is composed primarily of a mixture of esters, hydrocarbons, and fatty acids beeswax
  • Any of various substances resembling the wax of beessuch as
  • Any of numerous substances of plant or animal origin that differ from fats in being less greasy, harder, and more brittle and in containing principally compounds of high molecular weight (such as fatty acids, alcohols, and saturated hydrocarbons)
  • A solid substance (such as ozokerite or paraffin wax) of mineral origin consisting usually of hydrocarbons of high molecular weight
  • A pliable or liquid composition used especially in uniting surfaces, excluding air, making patterns or impressions, or producing a polished surface


  • The 24th letter of the english alphabet
  • A graphic representation of this letter
  • A speech counterpart of orthographic x
  • Ten — see table of numbers
  • A graphic device for reproducing the letter x


  • To copy on a xerographic copier
  • To make (a copy) on a xerographic copier
  • To copy (something, such as a document) by using a special machine (called a copier)