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ABLQ

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There are 20 eleven-letter words containing A, B, L and Q

BEQUEATHALS-bequeathals n. plural of bequeathal.
BIQUARTERLY-biquarterly adj. Twice every quarter, i.e. eight times per year.
BLANQUETTES-blanquettes n. plural of blanquette.
COLLIQUABLE-colliquable adj. (obsolete, rare) Liable to melt, grow soft, or become fluid.
CONQUERABLE-conquerable adj. Capable of being conquered or subdued.
EQUABLENESS-equableness n. The state or quality of being equable.
EQUIBALANCE-equibalance n. Equal weight; equiponderance.
equibalance v. (transitive) To make of equal weight; to counterbalance.
EQUILIBRANT-equilibrant n. A force equal to, but opposite of, the resultant sum of vector forces; that force which balances other.
EQUILIBRATE-equilibrate v. (transitive) To balance, or bring into equilibrium.
equilibrate v. (intransitive) To balance, to be in a state of equilibrium.
ILLAQUEABLE-illaqueable adj. (obsolete, nonce word) Capable of being ensnared or entrapped.
INEQUITABLE-inequitable adj. unfair, unequal or unjust.
INEQUITABLY-inequitably adv. In an inequitable manner.
LAMBREQUINS-lambrequins n. plural of lambrequin.
LIQUEFIABLE-liquefiable adj. Able to be liquefied.
LIQUIDAMBAR-liquidambar n. A resinous gum that exudes from the bark of the tree Liquidambar styraciflua.
OBLIQUATION-obliquation n. The act of becoming oblique; a turning to one side; obliquity.
obliquation n. Deviation from moral rectitude.
QUALIFIABLE-qualifiable adj. Able to become qualified for something.
qualifiable adj. Able to be modified, limited or restricted.
QUOTABILITY-quotability n. The degree to which a person, literature, or a speech is useful or relevant for being quoted.
RACQUETBALL-racquetball n. (uncountable) A certain sport, similar to squash, but played with a bigger ball.
racquetball n. A ball used for this sport.
UNEQUITABLE-unequitable adj. inequitable.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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