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There are 15 six-letter words containing 2A, B and G

AIRBAG-airbag n. A protective system in automobiles in which when a crash occurs, a bag containing nitrogen, formed by.
airbag n. A similar inflated bag used in performing stunts, etc.
airbag n. (slang) A person who talks too much; a windbag or gossip.
AMBAGE-ambage n. (especially in plural) ambiguity; circumlocution.
ATABEG-atabeg n. (historical) A high medieval Turkish feudal title, originally charged with the caretaking and mentoring.
BAAING-baaing n. The bleating of a sheep.
baaing v. present participle of baa.
BAGASS-bagass n. Alternative form of bagasse.
BAGMAN-bagman n. (informal) A person who collects, transports, or distributes illicit money, especially for the purpose.
bagman n. Assistant to a police detective, most commonly in the British police force.
bagman n. (Australia, slang) A bookmaker.
DAGABA-dagaba n. Alternative form of dagoba.
DAGOBA-dagoba n. A stupa.
GAMBAS-gambas n. plural of gamba.
Gambas p.n. plural of Gamba.
GAMBIA-Gambia p.n. A country in Western Africa. Official name: The Republic of The Gambia.
GASBAG-gasbag n. A bag or bladder to hold a reservoir of gas, as in a hot-air balloon.
gasbag n. (figuratively) A person who is overly garrulous or prone to making empty, unsupportable statements; a.
gasbag v. (intransitive) To speak foolishly, pompously, or at length; to blather.
GAZABO-gazabo n. (slang, pejorative) guy, fellow.
RAGBAG-ragbag n. A collection containing a variety of miscellaneous things.
RATBAG-ratbag n. (slang) A despicable person.
ratbag n. (Australia, slang) A stupid person, a meathead.
ratbag n. (New Zealand, slang, sometimes affectionate) A mischievous person, especially a child.
SEABAG-seabag n. A duffel bag used by sailors or marines.

* 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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