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There are 20 eleven-letter words containing A, L, N, Q and R

AQUAPLANERS-Sorry, definition not available.
CONQUERABLE-conquerable adj. Capable of being conquered or subdued.
EQUIANGULAR-equiangular adj. (geometry) Of a polygon, having all interior angles equal. This is not necessarily a regular polygon.
EQUILIBRANT-equilibrant n. A force equal to, but opposite of, the resultant sum of vector forces; that force which balances other.
HARLEQUINED-harlequined v. simple past tense and past participle of harlequin.
LACQUERINGS-lacquerings n. plural of lacquering.
LAMBREQUINS-lambrequins n. plural of lambrequin.
QUADRANGLES-quadrangles n. plural of quadrangle.
QUADRENNIAL-quadrennial adj. Happening every four years.
quadrennial adj. Lasting for four years.
quadrennial n. A four-year period.
QUADRILLING-quadrilling v. present participle of quadrille.
QUADRILLION-quadrillion num. (US, modern British and Australian, short scale) A thousand trillion: 1 followed by fifteen zeros, 1015.
quadrillion num. (dated, Britain, Australia, long scale) A million trillion: 1 followed by twenty-four zeros, 1024.
quadrillion n. (figuratively, slang) Any very large number, exceeding normal description.
QUADRUPLING-quadrupling v. present participle of quadruple.
QUARRELLING-quarrelling v. present participle of quarrel.
quarrelling n. A heated argument.
QUAVERINGLY-quaveringly adv. In a quavering manner; tremulously.
RAINSQUALLS-rainsqualls n. plural of rainsquall.
TRANQUILEST-tranquilest adj. superlative form of tranquil: most tranquil.
TRANQUILISE-tranquilise v. Alternative spelling of tranquilize.
TRANQUILITY-tranquility n. Alternative spelling of tranquillity.
TRANQUILIZE-tranquilize v. (transitive, now rare) To make (something or someone) tranquil; to pacify or calm.
tranquilize v. To use a drug to sedate a person or animal.
tranquilize v. (intransitive) To become tranquil; to relax.
TRANQUILLER-tranquiller adj. comparative form of tranquil: more tranquil.

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