We are developing an application using the King James Version of the Bible. We will be posting useful information that we gather from this development process from time to time. Below is a JavaScript array with all the old words ending in the “est” suffix. Learn about this suffix if you are unfamiliar with it.

[
"abhorrest",
"abodest",
"acceptest",
"afflictest",
"anointest",
"answerest",
"approvest",
"askest",
"badest",
"baptizest",
"barest",
"basest",
"bearest",
"beatest",
"becamest",
"begettest",
"beginnest",
"beholdest",
"believest",
"belongest",
"betrayest",
"blessest",
"boastest",
"brakest",
"breakest",
"bringest",
"broughtest",
"buildest",
"buyest",
"callest",
"camest",
"carest",
"carriest",
"castest",
"causest",
"changest",
"chargest",
"choosest",
"clothest",
"comest",
"commandest",
"committest",
"compassest",
"compellest",
"condemnest",
"considerest",
"contendest",
"couldest",
"coverest",
"criest",
"crownest",
"cursest",
"cuttest",
"dealest",
"deckest",
"defendest",
"delightest",
"deliverest",
"desirest",
"despisest",
"destroyest",
"devourest",
"diddest",
"dishonourest",
"dissolvest",
"doest",
"drewest",
"dwellest",
"earnest",
"eatest",
"enrichest",
"enviest",
"exaltest",
"exceedest",
"excellest",
"executest",
"fallest",
"favourest",
"fearest",
"feedest",
"feignest",
"fellest",
"fillest",
"findest",
"fleddest",
"forgavest",
"forgettest",
"forsookest",
"foundest",
"gaddest",
"gatherest",
"gavest",
"givest",
"gloriest",
"goest",
"hatest",
"heardest",
"hearest",
"hidest",
"hirest",
"holdest",
"honourest",
"huntest",
"increasest",
"inhabitest",
"inquirest",
"intendest",
"judgest",
"keepest",
"killest",
"knewest",
"knowest",
"lackest",
"layest",
"leadest",
"leddest",
"leftest",
"lettest",
"liest",
"liftest",
"lightest",
"livest",
"lookest",
"lovest",
"lowest",
"madest",
"maintainest",
"makest",
"markest",
"mayest",
"meanest",
"meetest",
"mightest",
"needest",
"numberest",
"observest",
"openest",
"opposest",
"oughtest",
"owest",
"partakest",
"passest",
"perceivest",
"persecutest",
"persuadest",
"possessest",
"preachest",
"preparest",
"preservest",
"prevailest",
"preventest",
"puttest",
"readest",
"reapest",
"rebellest",
"recompensest",
"regardest",
"reignest",
"remainest",
"rememberest",
"renderest",
"renewest",
"rentest",
"repentest",
"repliest",
"reproachest",
"restest",
"restrainest",
"revilest",
"risest",
"rulest",
"satest",
"satisfiest",
"savest",
"savourest",
"sawest",
"sayest",
"scarest",
"scornest",
"sealest",
"searchest",
"seekest",
"seest",
"sellest",
"sendest",
"sentest",
"servest",
"settest",
"settlest",
"sewest",
"shewest",
"shouldest",
"sighest",
"sittest",
"slanderest",
"sleepest",
"slewest",
"smitest",
"smotest",
"sowest",
"spakest",
"speakest",
"spendest",
"spreadest",
"standest",
"stillest",
"stonest",
"stoodest",
"straitest",
"stretchest",
"succeedest",
"sufferest",
"swarest",
"takest",
"talkest",
"tarriest",
"teachest",
"tellest",
"terrifiest",
"thinkest",
"thoughtest",
"threwest",
"tillest",
"tookest",
"transgressest",
"travailest",
"treasurest",
"triest",
"trimmest",
"troublest",
"trustest",
"turnest",
"understandest",
"upholdest",
"usest",
"valuest",
"visitest",
"vowest",
"walkest",
"washest",
"waterest",
"weavest",
"weepest",
"wentest",
"withdrawest",
"withheldest",
"wouldest",
"writest",
"wroughtest"
]