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There are 20 eleven-letter words containing A, C, E, U and W

BULLWHACKED-Sorry, definition not available.
BUSHWHACKED-bushwhacked v. simple past tense and past participle of bushwhack.
BUSHWHACKER-bushwhacker n. (US) One who travels through the woods, off the designated path.
bushwhacker n. (Australia) A person who lives in the bush, especially as a fugitive; a person who clears woods and bush.
bushwhacker n. (US, historical) A guerrilla (of either side) during the American Civil War.
CATERWAULED-caterwauled v. simple past tense and past participle of caterwaul.
CATERWAULER-caterwauler n. One who caterwauls.
CAULIFLOWER-cauliflower n. Brassica oleracea var. botrytis, an annual variety of cabbage, of which the cluster of young flower stalks.
cauliflower n. The edible head or curd of a cauliflower plant.
CAUSEWAYING-causewaying v. present participle of causeway.
COUNTERDRAW-counterdraw v. (archaic) To trace (draw by copying).
COURSEWARES-coursewares n. plural of courseware.
CRUISEWEARS-Sorry, definition not available.
JAWCRUSHERS-Sorry, definition not available.
LACQUERWARE-lacquerware n. Decorative coated with lacquer.
lacquer-ware n. Alternative form of lacquerware.
LACQUERWORK-lacquerwork n. Artistic or decorative work made with lacquer.
LAWRENCIUMS-Sorry, definition not available.
LUCKENGOWAN-Sorry, definition not available.
PUBCRAWLERS-pub crawlers n. plural of pub crawler.
SWASHBUCKLE-swashbuckle v. (intransitive) To take part in exciting romantic adventures.
UNWATCHABLE-unwatchable adj. That cannot be watched; that does not bear watching.
WATERCOLOUR-watercolour n. A water-soluble pigment.
watercolour n. A painting made by using such pigment.
watercolour n. This kind of painting as a genre.
WATERCOURSE-watercourse n. any channel, either natural or artificial, through which water flows.

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