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"
]