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There are 19 nine-letter words containing 2A, F and W

AFTERWARD-afterward adv. (US) Alternative form of afterwards.
FADEAWAYS-fadeaways n. plural of fadeaway.
FALLAWAYS-fallaways n. plural of fallaway.
FATWAHING-fatwahing v. present participle of fatwah.
FLATWARES-flatwares n. plural of flatware.
FOLDAWAYS-foldaways n. plural of foldaway.
FOOFARAWS-foofaraws n. plural of foofaraw.
MARROWFAT-marrowfat n. A large variety of pea that is often processed and sold in tins / cans.
RAUWOLFIA-rauwolfia n. Any of several small trees and shrubs, of the genus Rauwolfia, that yields materials of medical use.
rauwolfia n. Any of a group of alkaloids extracted from these trees.
WAITSTAFF-waitstaff n. Collectively, staff employed to wait at tables in a restaurant.
WARCRAFTS-warcrafts n. plural of warcraft.
WARFARERS-warfarers n. plural of warfarer.
WARFARING-warfaring v. present participle of warfare.
warfaring n. warfare; conflict.
WARFARINS-warfarins n. plural of warfarin.
WATERFALL-waterfall n. A flow of water over the edge of a cliff.
waterfall n. (figuratively) A waterfall-like outpouring of liquid, smoke, etc.
waterfall n. (technical, computing, slang) Waterfall model.
WATERLEAF-waterleaf n. (botany) Any plant of the genus Hydrophyllum.
waterleaf n. (botany) Any plant of Hydrophyllaceae, the waterleaf family.
waterleaf n. A tropical plant (Talinum fruticosum), the leaves of which are eaten as a vegetable.
WAYFARERS-wayfarers n. plural of wayfarer.
WAYFARING-wayfaring adj. Travelling, especially on foot.
wayfaring adj. Peripatetic.
wayfaring n. Travel, especially on foot.
WHARFAGES-wharfages n. plural of wharfage.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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Words in green are found in both the twl06 and the sowpods dictionaries; words in red are only in the sowpods dictionary.

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