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There are 17 six-letter words containing A, G, L and P

APOLOG-Sorry, definition not available.
GALLOP-gallop n. The fastest gait of a horse, a two-beat stride during which all four legs are off the ground simultaneously.
gallop n. An abnormal rhythm of the heart, made up of three or four sounds, like a horse's gallop.
gallop v. (intransitive, of a horse, etc) To run at a gallop.
GALOPS-galops n. plural of galop.
GELCAP-gelcap n. a pill where the medicine is held inside gelatin capsules.
GRAPLE-Sorry, definition not available.
LAPDOG-lapdog n. Alternative form of lap dog.
lap dog n. A small dog, kept as household pet, whose light weight and companionable temperament make it both suited.
lap dog n. (idiomatic, by extension) A person who behaves in a servile manner, such as a sycophantic employee or.
MAGILP-magilp n. Alternative form of megilp.
PAGLES-Sorry, definition not available.
PAIGLE-paigle n. (obsolete) cowslip.
PALAGI-palagi n. (Western Polynesia, New Zealand) A white person; a Caucasian.
PALING-paling v. present participle of pale.
paling n. A pointed stick used to make a fence.
paling n. A fence made of palings.
PELAGE-pelage n. fur, or any other form of the coat of a mammal.
PLAGAL-plagal adj. (music) Designating a mode lying a perfect fourth below the authentic form.
plagal adj. (music) Designating a cadence in which the subdominant chord precedes the tonic.
PLAGES-plages n. plural of plage.
PLAGUE-plague n. (often used with the, sometimes capitalized: the Plague) The bubonic plague, the pestilent disease caused.
plague n. (pathology) An epidemic or pandemic caused by any pestilence, but specifically by the above disease.
plague n. A widespread affliction, calamity or destructive influx, especially when seen as divine retribution.
PLAGUY-plaguy adj. Causing annoyance or bother, irritating.
PYGALS-Sorry, definition not available.

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