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There are 18 six-letter words containing A, F and P

AFFRAP-affrap v. (obsolete, rare) To strike; to strike down.
CAPFUL-capful n. The amount that will fit into a cap.
capful n. (nautical) A light puff of wind.
FACEUP-faceup adv. Alternative spelling of face-up.
face up v. To confront an unpleasant situation.
face-up adv. In a position with the face upwards.
FLAPPY-flappy adj. that flaps.
FRAPPE-frappe n. Liqueur poured over shaved ice.
frappe n. (New England) A thick milkshake containing ice cream.
frappe n. (Greece) An iced, sweetened, beaten coffee drink.
FRYPAN-frypan n. (US, Australia, New Zealand) A frying pan.
LAPFUL-lapful n. As much as somebody's lap can hold.
PACIFY-pacify v. (transitive) To bring peace to (a place or situation), by ending war, fighting, violence, anger or agitation.
pacify v. (transitive) To appease (someone).
PANFRY-panfry v. Alternative form of pan-fry.
pan-fry v. To fry in a pan with minimal oil.
pan fry v. Alternative form of pan-fry.
PANFUL-panful n. As much as a pan will hold.
PAYOFF-payoff n. Alternative spelling of pay-off.
pay-off n. A payment.
pay-off n. A reward.
PERFAY-Sorry, definition not available.
PIAFFE-piaffe n. (dressage) A calm, composed, elevated trot in place.
piaffe v. (archaic, rare) To strut pretentiously, to parade about.
piaffe v. To trot a horse with a high, slow, step, lifting the feet but without moving forward significantly.
PILAFF-pilaff n. Alternative spelling of pilaf.
PILAFS-pilafs n. plural of pilaf.
PREFAB-prefab abbr. prefabricated.
prefab n. A prefabricated building.
prefab n. A prefabricated section of a building.
SAPFUL-sapful adj. (poetic) Full of sap.
UPWAFT-upwaft v. (archaic, poetic, intransitive) To waft upward.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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