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There are 15 six-letter words containing A, C, E, H and P

APACHE-apache n. Alternative letter-case form of Apache, a Parisian gangster.
Apache p.n. The group of languages used by any of several Athabascan-speaking peoples of the American southwest excluding.
Apache p.n. The town of Apache, Oklahoma.
CHAPEL-chapel n. A place of worship, smaller than, or subordinate to a church.
chapel n. A place of worship in a civil institution such as an airport, prison etc.
chapel n. A funeral home, or a room in one for holding funeral services.
CHAPES-chapes n. plural of chape.
CHEAPO-cheapo adj. (slang) Inexpensive and of poor quality.
cheapo n. (slang) A person who is stingy, a cheapskate.
cheapo n. (chess) A primitive trap, often set in the hope of swindling a win or draw from a losing position.
CHEAPS-cheaps n. plural of cheap.
cheaps v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cheap.
CHEAPY-cheapy n. Alternative form of cheapie.
EPARCH-eparch n. (historical, Ancient Greece) The governor or prefect of a province.
eparch n. The ruler of an eparchy.
eparch n. (Eastern Orthodoxy) The metropolitan bishop of a province or eparchy.
EPOCHA-epocha n. Archaic form of epoch.
HEPCAT-hepcat n. (informal, music) A jazz performer, especially one from the 1940s and 1950s.
hepcat n. (informal) A person associated with the jazz subculture of the 1940s and 1950s; a hipster.
hep cat n. Alternative spelling of hepcat.
PEACHY-peachy adj. Resembling a peach, peach-like.
peachy adj. (slang) Very good, excellent.
PECHAN-Sorry, definition not available.
PHAEIC-Sorry, definition not available.
PHOCAE-phocae n. plural of phoca.
PLEACH-pleach v. (transitive) To unite by interweaving, as branches of trees; to plash; to interlock.
PREACH-preach v. (intransitive) To give a sermon.
preach v. (transitive) To proclaim by public discourse; to utter in a sermon or a formal religious harangue.
preach v. (transitive) To advise or recommend earnestly.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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Words in green are found in both the twl06 and the sowpods dictionaries; words in red are only in the sowpods dictionary.

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