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There are 17 eleven-letter words containing A, F, I, P and U
|DISPATCHFUL||-||dispatchful adj. Bent on haste; intent on speedy execution of business or any task.|
|FISSIPAROUS||-||fissiparous adj. Factious, tending to break into pieces.|
fissiparous adj. Causing division or fragmenting something (often appearing in the collocation "fissiparous tendencies").
fissiparous adj. (biology) Of cells that reproduce through fission, splitting into two.
|FOETIPAROUS||-||foetiparous adj. Alternative form of fetiparous.|
|GRAPEFRUITS||-||grapefruits n. plural of grapefruit.|
|NAUPLIIFORM||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|PAINFULLEST||-||painfullest adj. superlative form of painful: most painful.|
|PAINFULNESS||-||painfulness n. The state or quality of being painful, of causing pain.|
painfulness n. The state or quality of being tedious, of requiring great care.
|PANDURIFORM||-||panduriform adj. (botany, rare) Pandurate.|
|PISCIFAUNAE||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|PISCIFAUNAS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|PLANULIFORM||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|PREFIGURATE||-||prefigurate v. (transitive) To prefigure.|
|PURIFICATOR||-||purificator n. One who, or that which, purifies; a purifier.|
purificator n. The napkin used to wipe the lip of the chalice during Holy Communion.
|PUTREFIABLE||-||putrefiable adj. Capable of being putrefied.|
|SUPERFAMILY||-||superfamily n. (taxonomy) A taxonomic category above family and below order (and its subdivisions).|
superfamily n. (molecular biology) A large group of related proteins or other molecules.
|SUPERFICIAL||-||superficial adj. Shallow, lacking substance.|
superficial adj. At face value.
superficial adj. Of or pertaining to the surface.
|UNAMPLIFIED||-||unamplified adj. Not amplified.|
* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.
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