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There are 16 six-letter words containing A, E, K and 2R

BARKER-barker n. Someone or something who barks.
barker n. A person employed to solicit customers by calling out to passersby, e.g. at a carnival.
barker n. A shelf-talker.
DARKER-darker adj. comparative form of dark: more dark.
KARTER-karter n. One who takes part in the sport of karting.
Karter p.n. A male or female given name.
KERRIA-kerria n. Kerria japonica, the sole species in the genus Kerria, a deciduous shrub with five-petalled yellow flowers.
KRATER-krater n. An ancient Greek vessel for mixing water and wine.
LARKER-larker n. A catcher of larks (the bird).
larker n. One who indulges in a lark or frolic.
MARKER-marker n. An object used to mark a location.
marker n. Someone or something that marks.
marker n. A real or virtual objective, something to be aimed for.
PARKER-parker n. A parkkeeper.
parker n. Someone who parks a motor vehicle.
Parker p.n. An occupational surname​ for a gamekeeper.
RACKER-racker n. One who racks.
racker n. A horse that has a racking gait.
RAKERS-rakers n. plural of raker.
Rakers p.n. plural of Raker.
RAKERY-rakery n. Debauchery; lewdness.
RANKER-ranker adj. comparative form of rank: more rank.
ranker n. One who ranks things, or arranges them in ranks.
ranker n. A kind of soil developed over non-calcareous material, usually rock.
RARKED-Sorry, definition not available.
REMARK-remark n. Act of pointing out or attentively noticing; notice or observation.
remark n. The expression, in speech or writing, of something remarked or noticed; a mention of something worth attention.
remark n. A casual observation, comment, or statement.
REPARK-repark v. To park again.
RERACK-rerack v. (transitive) To place back in a rack.
rerack v. (transitive, billiards, snooker, pool) To rack (the balls) again, as when preparing for a new game.
rerack n. (snooker) An instance of reracking the balls to restart a frame.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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