If the Wordle mystery word you’re trying to guess has the letters A, I, and L as the last three, this selection of 5-letter words ending with AIL should be the ace up your sleeve. So, try your luck with “grail” or “snail,” but be mindful of your limited tries as a pro tip.
If it’s Scrabble or Words With Friends you’re into, know that every word here is valid. Also, feel free to sort 5-letter words ending with AIL by points (selectable on the sort words menu) to give you an idea of which ones can give you a better footing score-wise.
5-letter words ending with AIL you might want to know
Enrich your vocabulary with the following good-to-know words:
Drail. Its dictionary meaning is “a fishhook and line weighted with lead.” A drail’s main purpose is to troll for fish.
Scail. As a verb, to scail is to scatter or disperse. As a noun, it’s a company of people who’ve been dispersed or scattered.
Spail. This word refers to a chip or splinter, particularly wood. It’s an almost obsolete spelling for “spale.”
Swail. A boggy or wet hollow in the ground is a swail. In neighborhoods, a grassy pavement with a depression in the middle where water collects after a downpour is an example of it.
Express yourself like a native
To realize this, learning idioms is necessary. For example, “at a snail’s space” is an expression that you use when referring to someone who could be more efficient with a particular task,
Another one is “the holy grail of (something).” It can be something that’s considered the best of its kind. It can also refer to “someone trying hard to achieve something.”