Scrabble Word shelling, Words With Friends score & SHELLING definition

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

Below are the results of unscrambling shelling. We found a total of 229 words by unscrambling the letters in shelling. We unscrambled the letters to create a list of all the words found in Scrabble for shelling, Words with Friends, and Text Twist. Click these words to get how many point that word worth, their definitions, and all the other words that can be made by unscrambling the letters from these words. If one or more words can be unscrambled with all the letters entered plus one new letter, then they will also be displayed.

7 letter words made by unscrambling the letters in shelling

6 letter words made by unscrambling the letters in shelling

5 letter words made by unscrambling the letters in shelling

4 letter words made by unscrambling the letters in shelling

egis 5 eigh 8 elhi 7 ells 4 engl 5 engs 5 gein 5 gell 5 gels 5 genl 5 gens 5 ghis 8 gien 5 gies 5 gile 5 gill 5 gils 5 gins 5 gise 5 gish 8 glen 5 glis 5 heil 7 hein 7 hell 7 heng 8 hens 7 hies 7 hile 7 hill 7 hine 7 hing 8 hins 7 hisn 7 ills 4 isle 4 legs 5 lehi 7 leis 4 leng 5 lens 4 lien 4 lies 4 lige 5 lile 4 line 4 ling 5 lins 4 lise 4 lish 7 neil 4 nell 4 nesh 7 nies 4 nigh 8 nile 4 nill 4 nils 4 sell 4 shel 7 shen 7 shin 7 sigh 8 sign 5 sile 4 sill 4 sine 4 sing 5 sinh 7 snig 5

3 letter words made by unscrambling the letters in shelling

eli 3 ell 3 els 3 eng 4 enl 3 ens 3 gel 4 gen 4 ges 4 ghi 7 gie 4 gil 4 gin 4 gis 4 gns 4 hei 6 hel 6 hen 6 hes 6 hie 6 hin 6 his 6 hsi 6 ign 4 ihs 6 ile 3 ill 3 ing 4 ins 3 ise 3 ish 6 isl 3 isn 3 leg 4 lei 3 len 3 les 3 lie 3 lig 4 lin 3 lis 3 neg 4 nei 3 nig 4 nil 3 nis 3 seg 4 sei 3 sel 3 sen 3 she 6 shi 6 sie 3 sig 4 sil 3 sin 3

2 letter words made by unscrambling the letters in shelling

eg 3 eh 5 el 2 en 2 es 2 ge 3 gi 3 gl 3 gn 3 gs 3 he 5 hg 6 hi 5 hl 5 hs 5 ie 2 il 2 in 2 is 2 le 2 lg 3 lh 5 li 2 ll 2 ln 2 ls 2 ne 2 ng 3 ni 2 nl 2 ns 2 se 2 sg 3 sh 5 si 2 sl 2 sn 2

Definitions of shelling

noun

  1. (military ) the act of bombing a place with artillery shells   ⇒ Out on the streets, the shelling continued.

noun

  1. the protective calcareous or membranous outer layer of an egg, esp a bird's egg
  2. the hard outer covering of many molluscs that is secreted by the mantle
  3. any other hard outer layer, such as the exoskeleton of many arthropods
  4. the hard outer layer of some fruits, esp of nuts
  5. any hard outer case
  6. a hollow artillery projectile filled with explosive primed to explode either during flight, on impact, or after penetration Compare ball1 (sense 7a)
  7. a small-arms cartridge comprising a hollow casing inside which is the primer, charge, and bullet
  8. a pyrotechnic cartridge designed to explode in the air
  9. (rowing ) a very light narrow racing boat
  10. the external structure of a building, esp one that is unfinished or one that has been gutted by fire
  11. the basic structural case of something, such as a machine, vehicle, etc
  12. (physics ) a class of electron orbits in an atom in which the electrons have the same principal quantum number and orbital angular momentum quantum number and differences in their energy are small compared with differences in energy between shells an analogous energy state of nucleons in certain theories (shell models) of the structure of the atomic nucleus
  13. a class of electron orbits in an atom in which the electrons have the same principal quantum number and orbital angular momentum quantum number and differences in their energy are small compared with differences in energy between shells
  14. an analogous energy state of nucleons in certain theories (shell models) of the structure of the atomic nucleus
  15. the pastry case of a pie, flan, etc
  16. a thin slab of concrete or a skeletal framework made of wood or metal that forms a shell-like roof
  17. (British ) (in some schools) a class or form
  18. See come out of one's shell
  19. See bring out of one's shell
  20. a class of electron orbits in an atom in which the electrons have the same principal quantum number and orbital angular momentum quantum number and differences in their energy are small compared with differences in energy between shells
  21. an analogous energy state of nucleons in certain theories (shell models) of the structure of the atomic nucleus

verb

  1. to divest or be divested of a shell, husk, pod, etc
  2. to separate or be separated from an ear, husk, cob, etc
  3. (transitive) to bombard with artillery shells