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There are 17 seven-letter words containing A, B, G and Y

ABYEING-abyeing v. present participle of abye.
BABYING-babying v. present participle of baby.
babying n. The act of coddling or pampering somebody.
BAGGILY-baggily adv. In a loose baggy manner.
BAYTING-bayting v. present participle of bayt.
BEGGARY-beggary n. The state of a beggar; indigence, extreme poverty.
beggary n. The fact or action of begging.
beggary n. Beggarly appearance.
BOGYMAN-bogyman n. Alternative spelling of bogeyman.
BOWYANG-bowyang n. (Australia, New Zealand) A strap worn below the knee, especially by labourers, to keep the trousers up.
BRAYING-braying v. present participle of bray.
braying n. An act or sound of braying.
BUOYAGE-buoyage n. (nautical) Any of several codes of practice under which buoys of various shapes and colours are used for.
CABBAGY-cabbagy adj. Resembling cabbage.
EBAYING-eBaying v. present participle of eBay.
GARBAGY-garbagy adj. Alternative spelling of garbagey.
GOOMBAY-goombay n. (music, dance, Bahamas) A type of traditional Bahamian drum.
goombay n. (music, dance, Bahamas) A genre of folk music played with this drum.
goombay n. (music, dance, Bahamas) A dance associated with this music genre.
GYMBALS-gymbals n. plural of gymbal.
LADYBUG-ladybug n. (Canada, US) any beetle of the Coccinellidae family of beetles, typically having a round shape and a colorful.
lady-bug n. Alternative spelling of ladybug.
MANGABY-Sorry, definition not available.
PAGEBOY-pageboy n. A boy who serves as a page.
pageboy n. A shoulder-length hairstyle with the ends of the hair curled under.
page boy n. A young male attendant at a wedding, generally between five and ten years of age.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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