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There are 20 four-letter words containing A, C and K

BACK-back adj. (not comparable) Near the rear.
back adj. (not comparable) Not current.
back adj. (not comparable) Far from the main area.
CAKE-cake n. A rich, sweet dessert food, typically made of flour, sugar, and eggs and baked in an oven, and often covered.
cake n. A small mass of baked dough, especially a thin loaf from unleavened dough.
cake n. A thin wafer-shaped mass of fried batter; a griddlecake or pancake.
CAKY-caky adj. Resembling cake in texture.
CALK-calk n. A pointed projection on a horseshoe to prevent it slipping.
calk v. (possibly dated) Alternative spelling of caulk.
calk v. To make an indentation in the edge of a metal plate, as along a seam in a steam boiler or an iron ship.
CARK-cark v. (obsolete, intransitive) To be filled with worry, solicitude, or troubles.
cark v. (obsolete, transitive) To bring worry, vexation, or anxiety.
cark n. (obsolete) A noxious or corroding worry.
CASK-cask n. A large barrel for the storage of liquid, especially of alcoholic drinks.
cask n. (obsolete) A casket; a small box for jewels.
cask v. To put into a cask.
CAUK-cauk n. (mineralogy) An opaque, compact variety of barite, or heavy spar.
CAWK-cawk n. Alternative form of cauk.
DACK-dack v. (Australia, informal) To pull down someone's trousers as a practical joke.
HACK-hack v. (transitive) To chop or cut down in a rough manner. [circa 12th c.].
hack v. (intransitive) To cough noisily. [19th c.].
hack v. To withstand or put up with a difficult situation. [20th c.].
JACK-jack n. A mechanical device used to raise and (temporarily) support a heavy object, e.g. screw jack, scissor jack.
jack n. A man or men in general.
jack n. A male animal.
LACK-lack n. (obsolete) A defect or failing; moral or spiritual degeneracy.
lack n. A deficiency or need (of something desirable or necessary); an absence, want.
lack v. (transitive) To be without, to need, to require.
MACK-mack n. (slang) An individual skilled in the art of seduction using verbal skills.
mack v. (slang) To act as pimp; to pander.
mack v. (slang) To seduce or flirt with.
PACK-pack n. A bundle made up and prepared to be carried; especially, a bundle to be carried on the back; a load for.
pack n. A number or quantity equal to the contents of a pack.
pack n. a multitude.
RACK-rack n. A series of one or more shelves, stacked one above the other.
rack n. Any of various kinds of frame for holding clothes, bottles, animal fodder, mined ore, shot on a vessel.
rack n. (nautical) A piece or frame of wood, having several sheaves, through which the running rigging passes.
SACK-sack n. A bag; especially a large bag of strong, coarse material for storage and handling of various commodities.
sack n. The amount a sack holds; also, an archaic or historical measure of varying capacity, depending on commodity.
sack n. (uncountable) The plunder and pillaging of a captured town or city.
TACK-tack n. A small nail with a flat head.
tack n. A thumbtack.
tack n. (sewing) A loose seam used to temporarily fasten pieces of cloth.
WACK-wack adj. Egregious.
wack adj. (hip-hop slang) Bad (not good), inauthentic, of an inferior quality, contemptible, lacking integrity.
wack adj. (slang) Crazy, mad, insane.
YACK-yack n. chatter.
yack n. Alternative form of yak.
yack v. (slang) to vomit, usually because of intoxication.
ZACK-zack n. (Australia) Sixpence.
zack n. (Australia, rare) Five cents.
zack n. (Australia) A six-month or six-year prison sentence.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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