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There are 20 ten-letter words containing A, K, 2T and U

AUTARKISTS-Sorry, definition not available.
BLACKBUTTS-blackbutts n. plural of blackbutt.
HACKBUTTER-hackbutter n. An arquebusier.
KHITMUTGAR-khitmutgar n. Alternative spelling of khitmatgar.
MATSUTAKES-matsutakes n. plural of matsutake.
MULTITASKS-multitasks v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of multitask.
MULTITRACK-multitrack adj. (music) Recorded on multiple tracks.
multitrack adj. (of a railway line) Having multiple, parallel tracks.
multitrack v. To record on multiple tracks simultaneously (typically with each performer or instrument having its own.
OUTSKATING-outskating v. present participle of outskate.
OUTTALKING-outtalking v. present participle of outtalk.
OUTTASKING-Sorry, definition not available.
OUTTHANKED-Sorry, definition not available.
STARSTRUCK-starstruck adj. Alternative spelling of star-struck.
star-struck adj. (dated) under the malevolent influence of the stars or of one's horoscope.
star-struck adj. fascinated and/or obsessed by fame or by celebrities.
TAIKONAUTS-taikonauts n. plural of taikonaut.
TANKBUSTER-tankbuster n. (colloquial) A military aircraft suited to the destruction of tanks.
THUMBTACKS-thumbtacks n. plural of thumbtack.
TITARAKURA-Sorry, definition not available.
TRACKSUITS-tracksuits n. plural of tracksuit.
TUMATAKURU-Sorry, definition not available.
TURTLEBACK-turtleback n. Anything having the shape of a turtle's back (that is, its shell).
turtleback n. (nautical) A convex deck at the bow or stern of a vessel, designed to shed seawater quickly.
turtleback n. A primitive stone celt of a form suggesting the back of a turtle.
TUTWORKMAN-tutworkman n. A laborer who carries out tut-work.

* 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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