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LIMPET

'LIMPET' is a 6 letter word starting with L and ending with T
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Crossword clues for 'LIMPET'

ClueAnswer
Clinging mollusc (6)LIMPET
Type of mine (6)LIMPET
A type of mollusc (6)LIMPET
Rock-clinging mollusc (6)LIMPET

Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for LIMPET

4 letter words

BURR - CLAM - CRAB - GLUE - GUNK

5 letter words

BRIAR - BRIER - DECAL - LEECH - PASTE - PRAWN - SHELL - SNAIL - SYRUP - THORN - WHELK

6 letter words

CEMENT - LIMPET - MUSSEL - OYSTER - QUAHOG - REMORA - SHRIMP

7 letter words

BRAMBLE - BULLDOG - CRAWDAD - LOBSTER - MOLLUSC - MOLLUSK - PLASTER - PRICKLE - SCALLOP - STEAMER - STICKER

8 letter words

ADHERENT - ADHESIVE - BARNACLE - CHORDATA - CRAWFISH - CRAYFISH - MOLASSES - MUCILAGE

9 letter words

BLUE POINT - CHILOPODA - GASTROPOD - LANGOUSTE - SHELLFISH

10 letter words

COQUILLAGE - ECTOPROCTA - ENTOPROCTA - NEMERTINEA - PERIWINKLE - PHORONIDEA

11 letter words

ECHIUROIDEA

12 letter words

DECALCOMANIA - JAPANESE CRAB

13 letter words

DUNGENESS CRAB - SOFT-SHELL CRAB

14 letter words

LITTLENECK CLAM - MONOPLACOPHORA

Definition of limpet

  • any of various usually marine gastropods with low conical shells; found clinging to rocks in littoral areas
  • mollusk with a low conical shell



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