Turn the competition into a goner with WordsRated’s 5-letter Words Ending With ER. Indeed, your rivals in Scrabble or Words With Friends won’t know what hit them with the likes of “fixer,” “joker,” and “hazer.”
On this comprehensive list, there’s a lot to sink your word-starved teeth into. That’s because it brings to the table 443. Now that’s what we call “super!”
With more than one definition
Knowing the definition of words is one of the key ingredients of effective communication. That said, some terms have more than one meaning, and certain 5-letter words ending in ER are among them. Take a look at these examples:
Flier. A flier is a person who likes to travel by air. It can also refer to a flying thing, usually an insect or a bird. It can also be a handout or leaflet used for advertising.
Boxer. Someone who fights in a boxing match, especially as a sport, is called a boxer. The word in question is also what you call a medium-to-large, mastiff-type dog, known for their friendliness and intelligence.
Biker. A biker is a member of a motorcycle gang. It can also be used to refer to a cyclist.
Fixer. Someone who uses personal influence to make certain arrangements for other people illicitly is called a fixer. It’s also what you call a substance that repairs photos.
Paper. Besides that thin sheet on which you can draw or write, paper is another word for newspaper. A paper can also be an academic thesis or essay.
5-letter professions ending with ER
When you enter adulthood, earning a living becomes your reality. Good thing this list of 5-letter words ending with ER houses some of the most diverse jobs out there.
For instance, consider being a “coder” if you’re into computers. You also might want to be a “filer” and send official documents to a tax authority.
Are you into sports? Try being a professional “diver.” Or perhaps going mano y mano as a “boxer” is more your thing.
As a “diker,” you’ll see yourself building dikes or those wall-type structures that prevent flooding. Or you can be a mover and help people move all their belongings, usually furniture, from one house to another.