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There are 14 six-letter words containing A, B, D, I and R

ABIDER-abider n. (obsolete) One who abides, or continues. [First attested around 1350 to 1470.].
abider n. One who dwells or stays; a resident. [First attested around 1350 to 1470.].
ABRAID-abraid v. (transitive, obsolete) To wrench (something) out. [10th-13thc.].
abraid v. (intransitive, obsolete) To wake up. [11th-18thc.].
abraid v. (intransitive, archaic) To spring, start, make a sudden movement. [from 11thc.].
BARDIC-bardic adj. Of or pertaining to bards.
bardic n. A bardic circle or competition: a gathering or contest at which stories, poems, and/or songs are recited.
BARDIE-bardie n. (Scotland) A minor poet or bard; used as a self-deprecatory epithet by Robert Burns.
bardie adj. Rude and insolent; bolshie.
bardie n. (Australia) The edible larva of an insect.
BRAIDE-Sorry, definition not available.
BRAIDS-braids n. plural of braid.
braids n. A style of hair in which the hair is interweaved into thin locks.
braids v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of braid.
BRAIRD-braird n. (Scotland) The first shoots of grass or crops.
BRIARD-briard n. An ancient French breed of sturdy, rough-coated dogs.
BRIDAL-bridal n. (now archaic) A wedding feast or festival; a wedding.
bridal adj. Of or pertaining to a bride, or to wedding; nuptial.
DISBAR-disbar v. (law, transitive) To expel from the bar, or the legal profession; to deprive (an attorney, barrister.
disbar v. (transitive) To exclude (a person) from something.
LABRID-labrid n. (zoology) Any of the family Labridae of marine fishes.
RIBALD-ribald adj. Coarsely, vulgarly, or lewdly amusing; referring to sexual matters in a rude or irreverent way.
ribald n. An individual who is filthy or vulgar in nature.
RIBAND-riband n. ribbon.
riband n. (heraldry) A narrow diminutive of the bend, thinner than a bendlet.
RIBAUD-ribaud n. (obsolete) A ribald.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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