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There are 17 eight-letter words containing A, C, U and W

BUCKSAWS-bucksaws n. plural of bucksaw.
CAUSEWAY-causeway n. A road that is raised, as to be above water, marshland etc.
causeway v. (obsolete, transitive) To pave, to cobble.
CUMSHAWS-cumshaws n. plural of cumshaw.
CURASSOW-curassow n. Any of several species of bird in the genera Nothocrax, Mitu, Pauxi, and Crax of the Cracidae family.
CUTAWAYS-cutaways n. plural of cutaway.
CUTWATER-cutwater n. (nautical) The forward curve of the stem of a ship.
cutwater n. The wedge of a bridge pier, that resists the flow of water and ice.
cutwater n. A black skimmer; a sea bird of the species Rynchops niger, that flies low over the sea, "cutting" the.
DUCKWALK-duckwalk v. (intransitive) To jump on one leg while moving the other back and forth, a motion sometimes employed by.
duck walk n. (skating) A means of acceleration, moving with each foot turned 45 degrees from the forward position.
duck walk v. To move through use of the duck walk.
HAWBUCKS-Sorry, definition not available.
OUTCRAWL-outcrawl v. (transitive) To crawl faster or farther than.
OUTWATCH-outwatch v. To watch more than someone else.
outwatch v. To maintain a vigil beyond the end.
SAWBUCKS-sawbucks n. plural of sawbuck.
saw bucks n. plural of saw buck.
UNCLAWED-unclawed adj. Lacking claws.
WAESUCKS-Sorry, definition not available.
WATCHFUL-watchful adj. observant, vigilant and aware.
WATCHOUT-watch out v. (idiomatic) To be aware or conscious; to look closely or carefully; to use caution. Often used in the.
WAUCHTED-wauchted v. simple past tense and past participle of waucht.
WRACKFUL-wrackful adj. Full of wrack or wreckage; ruinous; destructive.

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