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There are 18 eight-letter words containing A, W and Z

FRAWZEYS-Sorry, definition not available.
SWAZZLES-swazzles n. plural of swazzle.
TIZWASES-Sorry, definition not available.
WALTZERS-waltzers n. plural of waltzer.
WALTZING-waltzing v. present participle of waltz.
waltzing n. The motion of one who waltzes.
WARZONES-warzones n. plural of warzone.
war zones n. plural of war zone.
WAZZOCKS-wazzocks n. plural of wazzock.
WEAZANDS-weazands n. plural of weazand.
WEAZENED-weazened adj. wrinkled and withered.
WHAIZLED-Sorry, definition not available.
WHAIZLES-Sorry, definition not available.
WHIZBANG-whizbang n. (dated) A type of firework that made a whiz before exploding.
whizbang n. (dated) A small artillery shell.
whizbang n. (by extension) Someone or something that holds an explosive amount of success, skill or effectiveness.
WIZARDLY-wizardly adj. Like, or suiting a wizard.
WIZARDRY-wizardry n. The art of a wizard; sorcery.
wizardry n. Something, such as an advanced technology, that gives the appearance of magic.
wizardry n. Great ability in some specified field.
WOMANIZE-womanize v. (intransitive, said of a man) To flirt with and/or seduce, or attempt to seduce, women, especially lecherously.
womanize v. (transitive, usually figuratively) To turn into a woman; to feminize.
ZAMZAWED-zamzawed adj. (US, dialect) Dried through overcooking.
ZUGZWANG-zugzwang n. (chess) A situation in which a player is forced to make a disadvantageous move.
zugzwang n. in figurative uses.
ZWIEBACK-zwieback n. a usually sweetened bread enriched with eggs that is baked and then sliced and toasted until dry and crisp.
zwieback n. a teething food for toddler children.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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Words in green are found in both the twl06 and the sowpods dictionaries; words in red are only in the sowpods dictionary.


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