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There are 18 eleven-letter words containing A, C, K, T and W

AWESTRICKEN-awestricken adj. Filled with awe.
awe-stricken adj. Awe-struck.
BETHWACKING-bethwacking v. present participle of bethwack.
BLACKWATERS-blackwaters n. plural of blackwater.
CABINETWORK-cabinetwork n. furniture made by a cabinetmaker.
cabinetwork n. cabinetmaking.
ELECTROWEAK-electroweak adj. (physics) Describing the combination of the electromagnetic and weak nuclear forces.
KITCHENWARE-kitchenware n. Instruments and utensils found in a kitchen, particularly those associated with the preparation and serving.
kitchenware n. (attributive, uncountable) Of or pertaining to utensils and appliances used for food preparation.
KNACKWURSTS-knackwursts n. plural of knackwurst.
LATTICEWORK-latticework n. A lattice or latticelike structure; interlacing laths or strips.
lattice-work n. A lattice or latticelike structure; interlacing laths or strips of metal.
PATCHWORKED-patchworked v. simple past tense and past participle of patchwork.
PAWNTICKETS-Sorry, definition not available.
SWATCHBOOKS-Sorry, definition not available.
SWITCHBACKS-switchbacks n. plural of switchback.
TRACKWALKER-trackwalker n. A person employed to walk over and inspect a section of railway track.
WATCHMAKERS-watchmakers n. plural of watchmaker.
watchmaker's n. The shop or workshop of a watchmaker.
WATCHMAKING-watchmaking n. The making (and repairing) of watches.
WEATHERCOCK-weathercock n. A weather vane, sometimes in the form of a cockerel.
weathercock n. (figuratively) One who veers with every change of current opinion; a fickle, inconstant person.
weathercock v. (intransitive, of a boat) To turn upwind because of the difference in water pressure on two sides.
WORKWATCHER-Sorry, definition not available.
WRECKMASTER-wreckmaster n. One who is appointed by law to take charge of goods, etc., thrown on shore after a shipwreck.

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