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There are 19 eight-letter words containing A, K, U and W

BUCKSAWS-bucksaws n. plural of bucksaw.
BULWARKS-bulwarks n. plural of bulwark.
bulwarks v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bulwark.
BUSHWALK-bushwalk n. (Australia, New Zealand) A hike; an off-road walk in the countryside, possibly wearing a backpack, undertaken.
bushwalk v. (Australia, New Zealand) To undertake an off-road walk in the countryside.
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.
LUKEWARM-lukewarm adj. (temperature) Between warm and cool.
lukewarm adj. (social) Not very enthusiastic (about a proposal or an idea).
OUTWALKS-outwalks v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outwalk.
SAWBUCKS-sawbucks n. plural of sawbuck.
saw bucks n. plural of saw buck.
SQUAWKED-squawked v. simple past tense and past participle of squawk.
SQUAWKER-squawker n. Something that squawks.
squawker n. A person who complains or protests noisily.
squawker n. A loudspeaker used for frequencies intermediate between those of a woofer and a tweeter.
UNAWAKED-unawaked adj. (archaic) unawakened.
WAESUCKS-Sorry, definition not available.
WALKOUTS-walkouts n. plural of walkout.
WAUKMILL-waukmill n. Alternative form of waulkmill.
WAUKRIFE-Sorry, definition not available.
WAULKERS-waulkers n. plural of waulker.
WAULKING-waulking v. present participle of waulk.
waulking n. The work by which cloth is waulked.
WRACKFUL-wrackful adj. Full of wrack or wreckage; ruinous; destructive.
WREAKFUL-wreakful adj. (poetic or obsolete) Vengeful; angry, furious.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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