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There are 16 eight-letter words containing A, B and 2K

BACKPACK-backpack n. A knapsack, sometimes mounted on a light frame, but always supported by straps, worn on a person’s back.
backpack n. A similarly placed item containing a parachute or other life-support equipment.
backpack v. (intransitive) To hike and camp overnight in backcountry with one's gear carried in a backpack.
BACKWORK-Sorry, definition not available.
BANGKOKS-Sorry, definition not available.
BANKBOOK-bankbook n. passbook, chequebook.
bankbook n. (idiomatic) wealth.
BEAKLIKE-beaklike adj. Resembling a beak; pointed.
BOOKMARK-bookmark n. A strip of material used to mark a place in a book.
bookmark n. (computing) A record of the address of a file or Internet page serving as a shortcut to it.
bookmark n. (databases) A pointer found in a nonclustered index to a row in a clustered index or a table heap.
BOOKRACK-bookrack n. A rack for books; a bookshelf.
BUCKRAKE-Sorry, definition not available.
BUKKAKES-Sorry, definition not available.
KIBITKAS-kibitkas n. plural of kibitka.
KICKABLE-kickable adj. Capable, or deserving of being kicked.
KICKBACK-kickback n. (countable) A backward kick.
kickback n. (countable) A clandestine payment in return for a favor; especially an illegal one.
kickback n. (uncountable, firearms, machinery) Recoil; a sudden backward motion, usually in the direction of the operator.
KICKBALL-kickball n. (uncountable) A sport similar to baseball, where a ball is kicked rather than hit.
kickball n. (countable) The ball used in the above sport.
PICKBACK-pickback adv. Archaic form of pickaback.
SKEWBACK-skewback n. The side of an arch.
TALKBACK-talkback n. A system in broadcasting and recording studios that enables the director to communicate with others during.
talkback n. (by extension) Communication from members of the public to the makers of a broadcast transmission while.
talk back v. (idiomatic) To reply impertinently; to answer in a cheeky manner.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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