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There are 15 eight-letter words containing A, C, G and W

CAGEWORK-cagework n. A cage or cage-like structure.
CHINWAGS-chinwags n. (Britain, informal) plural of chinwag.
chin-wags n. plural of chin-wag (alternative form of chinwags).
chin wags n. plural of chin wag.
COWGRASS-Sorry, definition not available.
COWHAGES-Sorry, definition not available.
CRAWLING-crawling v. present participle of crawl.
crawling n. The motion of something that crawls.
DOGWATCH-dogwatch n. (nautical) Aboard a ship, either of the two short two-hour watches that take place between 4 p.m. and…
dogwatch n. (by extension) A night shift, or other very late or early period of duty.
dog watch n. Alternative form of dogwatch.
GAWCIEST-Sorry, definition not available.
LACEWING-lacewing n. Any of a number of gauzy-winged insects of certain families within the order Neuroptera.
SCALAWAG-scalawag n. (pejorative, archaic) A scrawny cow.
scalawag n. (pejorative, archaic) A rascal.
scalawag n. (pejorative, US, archaic or historical) Any white Southerner who supported the federal plan of Reconstruction…
WATCHDOG-watchdog n. a guard dog.
watchdog n. a person or organization that monitors and publicizes the behavior of others (individuals, corporations,…
watchdog v. To perform a function analogous to that of a watchdog; to guard and warn.
WATCHING-watching v. present participle of watch.
watching n. The act of one who watches.
WHACKING-whacking v. present participle of whack.
whacking adj. (informal) Exceptionally large; whopping.
whacking n. A beating.
WINGBACK-wingback n. (soccer) A player who doubles as a defender when their team is defending, and a winger when they are…
wingback n. (American football) A running back who is in formation near the line of scrimmage and outside the tackles,…
wingback n. wingback chair; wing chair.
WRACKING-wracking v. present participle of wrack.
WRECKAGE-wreckage n. Something wrecked, especially the remains or debris of something which has been severely damaged or destroyed…

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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