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There are 19 six-letter words containing A, N, W and Y

ANYHOW-anyhow adv. (manner) In any way or manner whatever.
anyhow adv. (conjunctive) In any case. Used to indicate that a statement explains or supports a previous statement.
ANYWAY-anyway adv. (obsolete) In any way. [16th-19th c.].
anyway adv. (conjunctive) Regardless; anyhow. [from 19th c.].
anyway adv. (speech act) Used to indicate that a statement explains or supports a previous statement. See anyhow.
BRAWNY-brawny adj. Characterized by brawn; muscular, thewy; strong.
brawny adj. Calloused; hardened.
DAWNEY-Sorry, definition not available.
GOWANY-gowany adj. (Scotland) Covered with daisies.
NOWAYS-noways adv. Alternative form of noway.
RUNWAY-runway n. a defined, usually paved section of land for airplanes to land on or take off from.
runway n. a narrow platform extending from a stage on which people walk, especially used by models in fashion shows.
runway n. the usual path taken by deer or other wild animals, i.e. from the forest to the stream.
SAWNEY-sawney n. a fool, an idiot.
sawney adj. foolish, stupid.
Sawney p.n. A diminutive of the male given name Alexander, of Scots origin.
SPAWNY-spawny adj. In some way like or resembling spawn.
spawny adj. (slang) lucky.
SWANKY-swanky adj. Rather posh, elegant, ritzy.
SWANNY-swanny adj. Resembling or characteristic of a swan.
swanny v. Alternative form of swan (“declare, swear”).
TAWNEY-Tawney p.n. A surname​.
TWANGY-twangy adj. That makes a twanging sound.
TWANKY-Sorry, definition not available.
UNWARY-unwary adj. Lacking caution as a result of naïveté or inexperience.
unwary adj. Unprepared; not watchful.
WAYING-Sorry, definition not available.
YAWING-yawing v. present participle of yaw.
YAWNED-yawned v. simple past tense and past participle of yawn.
YAWNER-yawner n. A person who yawns.
yawner n. (entertainment, sports, informal) Something unexciting or boring that causes yawns, as a book, sporting.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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