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There are 17 five-letter words containing A, 2L and Y

ALKYL-alkyl n. (organic chemistry) Any of a series of univalent radicals of the general formula CnH2n+1 derived from.
ALLAY-allay v. (transitive) To make quiet or put at rest; to pacify or appease; to quell; to calm.
allay v. (transitive) To alleviate; to abate; to mitigate.
allay v. (intransitive, obsolete) To subside, abate, become peaceful.
ALLEY-alley n. A narrow street or passageway, especially one through the middle of a block giving access to the rear.
alley n. (baseball) The area between the outfielders, the gap.
alley n. (bowling) An establishment where bowling is played; bowling alley.
ALLOY-alloy n. A metal that is a combination of two or more elements, at least one of which is a metal.
alloy n. An admixture; something added which stains, taints etc.
alloy v. To mix or combine; often used of metals.
ALLYL-allyl n. (organic chemistry, especially in combination) The univalent radical, CH2=CH-CH2-, existing especially.
BALLY-bally adj. (Britain, dated, euphemistic) bloody; used as a mild intensifier.
bally adv. (Britain, dated, euphemistic) Very.
DALLY-dally v. To waste time in voluptuous pleasures, or in idleness; to trifle.
dally v. To interchange caresses, especially of a sexual nature; to use fondling; to wanton; to sport (compare.
dally v. To delay unnecessarily; to while away.
GALLY-gally n. Archaic form of galley.
gally adj. Like gall; bitter as gall.
gally v. (obsolete, Britain, dialect) To frighten; to worry.
LALDY-Sorry, definition not available.
LAXLY-laxly adv. In a lax manner; without rigor or strictness.
LOYAL-loyal adj. Having or demonstrating undivided and constant support for someone or something.
loyal adj. Firm in allegiance to a person or institution.
loyal adj. Faithful to a person or cause.
MYALL-myall n. (obsolete, Australian Aboriginal) A stranger; an ignorant person.
myall n. (Australia) An Aborigine living according to tradition.
myall n. Any of various Australian acacias, especially the weeping myall, Acacia pendula, or the wood of such trees.
PALLY-pally adj. Like a pal; friendly.
pally n. (US) An affectionate term of address.
pally n. (US, Australia) A slightly derogatory and insulting term of address.
RALLY-rally n. A demonstration; an event where people gather together to protest for or against a given cause.
rally n. (squash (sport), table tennis, tennis, badminton) A sequence of strokes between serving and scoring a.
rally n. (motor racing) An event in which competitors drive through a series of timed special stages at intervals.
SALLY-sally n. A willow.
sally n. Any tree that looks like a willow.
sally n. An object made from the above trees' wood.
TALLY-tally adj. (Britain) Used as a mild intensifier: very (almost exclusively used by the upper classes).
tally interj. (radio, aviation) Target sighted.
tally n. Originally, a piece of wood on which notches or scores were cut, as the marks of number;.
WALLY-wally n. (Britain, slang) a fool.
wally n. (colloquial, London and Essex) a large pickled gherkin or cucumber.
wally v. (colloquial, obsolete, Essex) alternate pronunciation (and hence spelling) of value.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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