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There are 13 five-letter words containing A, G, N and W

AWING-awing adv. On the wing; flying; fluttering.
awing v. present participle of awe.
DWANG-dwang n. (Scotland, New Zealand) A horizontal timber (or steel) section used in the construction of a building.
dwang n. A large metal crowbar.
GNAWN-gnawn v. (archaic) past participle of gnaw.
GNAWS-gnaws v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of gnaw.
GOWAN-gowan n. (Northumbria) The common daisy.
gowan n. (mineralogy) Decomposed granite.
Gowan p.n. A surname​.
SWANG-swang n. A swamp.
swang v. (African American vernacular, slang) To steer one's vehicle from side to side while driving.
swang v. (archaic and dialectal) simple past tense of swing. Now largely replaced by swung.
TWANG-twang n. The sound of a vibrating string, for example, of a bow or a musical instrument.
twang n. A technical term for a particular sharp vibrating sound characteristic of electric guitars.
twang n. A trace of a regional or foreign accent in someone's voice.
WAGON-wagon n. A four-wheeled cart for hauling loads.
wagon n. A freight car on a railway.
wagon n. A child's riding toy, four-wheeled and pulled or steered by a long handle in the front.
WANGS-wangs n. plural of wang.
WHANG-whang v. (chiefly of an object) To make a noise like something moving quickly through the air.
whang v. (informal, transitive) To throw with a rapid slamming motion.
whang v. (US, Scotland, Britain, dialect, slang) To whack or beat.
WIGAN-wigan n. A canvas-like cotton fabric, often coated with latex rubber, used to stiffen and protect the lower part.
Wigan p.n. A town and metropolitan borough in Greater Manchester, England.
WONGA-wonga n. (slang, Britain, chiefly London, New Zealand) Money.
WRANG-wrang v. (dialect) simple past tense of wring.

* 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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