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There are 17 six-letter words containing A, D, L, N and O

ALMOND-almond n. (countable) A type of tree nut.
almond n. (countable) A small deciduous tree in family Rosaceae, Prunus dulcis, that produces almonds.
almond n. Other plants that produce almond-like nuts.
ANODAL-anodal adj. Relating to the anode.
DALTON-dalton n. (physics) the atomic mass unit.
Dalton p.n. Any of several places in the north of England and in Scotland.
Dalton p.n. A habitational surname​.
DOLINA-Sorry, definition not available.
DOLMAN-dolman n. A long, loose garment with narrow sleeves and an opening in the front, generally worn by Turks.
dolman n. A short, close-fitting, heavily braided military jacket, usually worn under a pelisse, originally by hussars.
dolman n. A woman's garment with wide capelike sleeves.
DOOLAN-Doolan p.n. A surname​.
ENODAL-enodal adj. Without a node.
LADINO-ladino n. Trifolium repens (white clover).
ladino n. (dated, Central America) A mixed-race descendant of whites and Native Americans; a mestizo.
ladino n. (US, Southeastern US) A cunningly vicious horse.
LADRON-ladron n. Alternative form of ladrone.
LARDON-lardon n. Alternative form of lardoon.
LOADEN-loaden v. (archaic) past participle of load.
LOANED-loaned v. simple past tense and past participle of loan.
ONLOAD-onload v. (transitive) To load onto or upon.
onload n. That which is onloaded.
OXLAND-Sorry, definition not available.
SOLAND-soland n. A solan goose.
SOLDAN-soldan n. (now rare, historical) The ruler of a major Muslim state in the Middle Ages, especially the Sultan of.
soldan n. (now rare, archaic) A sultan.
UNLOAD-unload v. (transitive) To remove the load or cargo from (a vehicle, etc.).
unload v. (transitive) To remove (the load or cargo) from a vehicle, etc.
unload v. (intransitive) To deposit one's load or cargo.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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