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List of 11-letter words containing

AEGPW

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

ENWRAPPINGS-enwrappings n. plural of enwrapping.
GIFTWRAPPED-giftwrapped v. simple past tense and past participle of giftwrap.
gift-wrapped v. simple past tense and past participle of gift-wrap.
GLADWRAPPED-Sorry, definition not available.
GRANDNEPHEW-grandnephew n. A grandson of one's sibling; a son of one's nephew or niece. (Brother's grandson: fraternal grandnephew.
PAPERWEIGHT-paperweight n. A small, decorative, somewhat weighty object placed on one or more pieces of paper to keep them from fluttering.
paperweight n. Any object for this purpose.
paperweight n. (slang) An otherwise useless piece of equipment.
PASSAGEWAYS-passageways n. plural of passageway.
PASSAGEWORK-passagework n. (music) An ornamental passage in a musical work, often resembling a scale; or the performance of such.
POSTWEANING-postweaning adj. Following the weaning period.
PREWRAPPING-prewrapping v. present participle of prewrap.
SPANGHEWING-spanghewing v. present participle of spanghew.
SPONGEWARES-spongewares n. plural of spongeware.
SPRINGWATER-springwater n. Water originating from a spring.
springwater n. Water purported to be from and marketed as spring water but in actuality mostly or entirely filtered or.
spring-water n. A variant spelling of springwater.
UNWEAPONING-Sorry, definition not available.
WAMPUMPEAGS-Sorry, definition not available.
WEAPONISING-weaponising v. present participle of weaponise.
WEAPONIZING-weaponizing v. present participle of weaponize.
WINGSPREADS-wingspreads n. plural of wingspread.
WIRETAPPING-wiretapping n. The installation or monitoring of wiretaps.
wiretapping v. present participle of wiretap.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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