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ACFMU

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There are 15 ten-letter words containing A, C, F, M and U

BACULIFORM-baculiform adj. Shaped like a bacillus; rod-shaped.
CAFETORIUM-cafetorium n. A large room, usually in a school, used as both a cafeteria and an auditorium.
CAMOUFLAGE-camouflage n. A disguise or covering up.
camouflage n. The act of disguising.
camouflage n. (military) The use of natural or artificial material on personnel, objects, or tactical positions with.
CAMOUFLETS-camouflets n. plural of camouflet.
CAMOUFLEUR-Sorry, definition not available.
CREAMPUFFS-creampuffs n. plural of creampuff.
cream puffs n. plural of cream puff.
FACTUALISM-factualism n. A form of evaluation that emphasizes the usage of facts, falsifiability, logic and reason.
MACROFAUNA-macrofauna n. A term applied to large animals, not quite large enough to be considered megafauna but larger than microfauna.
MICROFAUNA-microfauna n. The smallest of the faunal size divisions, including mainly microorganisms but also sometimes applied.
MULTIFACED-multifaced adj. Having more than one face; multifaceted.
MULTIFOCAL-multifocal adj. Arising from or occurring in more than one focus or location.
multifocal adj. (of an eyeglass lens) having several focusing areas that correct for both nearsightedness and farsightedness.
STOMACHFUL-stomachful n. Enough to fill one's stomach.
stomachful n. As much as one can stomach.
SURFACEMAN-surfaceman n. (Scotland) A platelayer; one who maintains a railway track.
SURFACEMEN-surfacemen n. plural of surfaceman.
ULTRAMAFIC-ultramafic adj. (geology) Describing igneous rocks that contain magnesium and iron and only a very small amount of silica.
ultramafic n. A rock with such properties.

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