Kill Unscramble word

kill is a Scrabble word, kill uses Four letters.
Scrabble point value for kill Eight points.
Words with Friends point value for kill: Eight points.

Below are the results of unscrambling kill. We found a total of 18 words by unscrambling the letters in kill.

3 letter words made by unscrambling the letters in kill

ilk 7 ill 3 kil 7

2 letter words made by unscrambling the letters in kill

ik 6 il 2 ki 6 kl 6 li 2 ll 2

Definitions of kill

British English : kill If a person, animal, or other living thing is killed, something or someone causes them to die.Six people have been killed in a road crash.The earthquake killed 62 people.kɪl VERB

verb (mainly transitive)

  1. (also intransitive; when transitive, sometimes followed by off) to cause the death of (a person or animal)
  2. to put an end to; destroy   ⇒ to kill someone's interest
  3. to make (time) pass quickly, esp while waiting for something
  4. to deaden (sound)
  5. (informal ) to tire out; exhaust   ⇒ the effort killed him
  6. (informal ) to cause to suffer pain or discomfort   ⇒ my shoes are killing me
  7. (informal ) to cancel, cut, or delete   ⇒ to kill three lines of text
  8. (informal ) to quash, defeat, or veto   ⇒ the bill was killed in the House of Lords
  9. (informal ) to switch off; stop   ⇒ to kill a motor
  10. (also intransitive) (informal ) to overcome with attraction, laughter, surprise, etc   ⇒ she was dressed to kill , his gags kill me
  11. (slang ) to consume (alcoholic drink) entirely   ⇒ he killed three bottles of rum
  12. (sport ) to hit (a ball) so hard or so accurately that the opponent cannot return it
  13. (soccer ) to bring (a moving ball) under control; trap
  14. See kill oneself
  15. See kill two birds with one stone


  1. the act of causing death, esp at the end of a hunt, bullfight, etc
  2. the animal or animals killed during a hunt
  3. (New Zealand ) the seasonal tally of stock slaughtered at a freezing works
  4. the destruction of a battleship, tank, etc
  5. See in at the kill


  1. (US ) a channel, stream, or river (chiefly as part of place names)