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AAGGP

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There are 18 eleven-letter words containing 2A, 2G and P

ANGIOGRAPHY-angiography n. (medicine) A medical imaging technique in which an X-ray image is taken to visualize the inside of blood.
ARPEGGIATED-arpeggiated v. simple past tense and past participle of arpeggiate.
ARPEGGIATES-arpeggiates v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of arpeggiate.
CAMPAIGNING-campaigning v. present participle of campaign.
campaigning n. The act of taking part in a campaign.
DISPARAGING-disparaging adj. Insulting, ridiculing.
disparaging v. present participle of disparage.
disparaging n. disparagement.
GALLOPADING-gallopading v. present participle of gallopade.
HAGIOGRAPHY-hagiography n. (uncountable) The study of saints.
hagiography n. (countable) A biography of a saint.
hagiography n. (countable) A biography which expresses reverence and respect for its subject.
LOGAGRAPHIA-Sorry, definition not available.
PAEDAGOGUES-pædagogues n. plural of pædagogue (alternative spelling of pedagogues).
PARAGLIDING-paragliding n. The sport of gliding with a paraglider.
paragliding n. The activity of using a paraglider.
paragliding v. present participle of paraglide.
PARAGOGICAL-paragogical adj. Synonym of paragogic.
PATRONAGING-patronaging v. present participle of patronage.
PEDAGOGICAL-pedagogical adj. Of, or relating to pedagogy; teaching.
pedagogical adj. Haughty and formal.
PROPAGATING-propagating v. present participle of propagate.
PTYALAGOGIC-Sorry, definition not available.
PTYALAGOGUE-ptyalagogue n. Any sialogogue.
RADIOPAGING-radiopaging n. The use of radiopagers.
REPACKAGING-repackaging v. present participle of repackage.
repackaging n. The process of packaging something again or anew.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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