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There are 19 eleven-letter words containing A, B, T, U and V

ADUMBRATIVE-adumbrative adj. Of or pertaining to adumbration.
ATTRIBUTIVE-attributive adj. (grammar, of a word or phrase) Modifying a noun, while in the same phrase as that noun.
attributive adj. Having the nature of an attribute.
attributive n. (grammar) An attributive word or phrase (see above), contrasted with predicative or substantive.
LUBRICATIVE-lubricative adj. Assisting, or relating to, lubrication.
OBJURGATIVE-objurgative adj. That objurgates; sharply disapproving.
SUBCAVITIES-subcavities n. plural of subcavity.
SUBCURATIVE-subcurative adj. (medicine) Insufficient to effect a cure.
SUBINTERVAL-subinterval n. Any of several smaller intervals into which a larger one is divided.
SUBORNATIVE-subornative adj. Of or pertaining to subornation.
SUBSTANTIVE-substantive adj. Of the essence or essential element of a thing; as, "substantive information".
substantive adj. Having substance; enduring; solid; firm; substantial.
substantive adj. (law) Applying to essential legal principles and rules of right; as, "substantive law".
SUBSTRATIVE-Sorry, definition not available.
SUBTRACTIVE-subtractive adj. Of or pertaining to subtraction.
subtractive adj. Of a colour: from which some wavelengths have been removed.
SUBVERTICAL-subvertical adj. Partly or not quite vertical.
UNAVERTABLE-unavertable adj. That cannot be averted or turned aside.
UNAVERTIBLE-unavertible adj. That cannot be averted.
UNCOMBATIVE-uncombative adj. Not combative.
UNOBSERVANT-unobservant adj. Not observant.
UNVISITABLE-unvisitable adj. Not visitable; that cannot be visited.
unvisitable adj. (obsolete) Unsuitable for visiting.
VITUPERABLE-vituperable adj. Liable to, or deserving, vituperation or severe censure.
VOCABULISTS-vocabulists n. plural of vocabulist.

* 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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