Batch III from Subwords. Words from litscape.
Anomic: Anomy n. “Disregard of law, lawlessness; esp. (in 17th c. theology) disregard of divine law. Obs.”, anomia n. “A form of aphasia characterized by inability to recall the names of objects.” (OED)
Pall: “A cloth, usually of black, purple, or white velvet, spread over a coffin, hearse, or tomb. Also: a shroud for a corpse”. (OED)
Trot: “An old woman; usually disparaging: an old beldame, a hag.” (OED)
Ply: “The condition of being bent or turned to one side (lit. and fig.); a twist, turn, direction; a bias, inclination, or tendency of mind or character; esp. in to take a (also the, one’s) ply. Obsolete.” (OED)
Trophic: adj. “Of or relating to the availability of food; (Ecology) of or relating to the availability of nutrients in a lake or wetland (cf. eutrophic adj. 2, oligotrophic adj. 2, etc.).” and “Of or relating to the consumption of food; (Ecology) of or relating to relationships between autotrophs and heterotrophs, as in a food chain (see food chain n. 1a).” (OED)
Ops: op n. “A military operation. Frequently in plural.” and “A detective; esp. a private investigator.” (OED)