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There are 16 six-letter words containing A, E, L and 2P

APPEAL-appeal v. (transitive, obsolete) To accuse (someone of something).
appeal v. (transitive, law, chiefly US, informal elsewhere) To apply for the removal of a cause from an inferior.
appeal v. (intransitive) To call upon another to decide a question controverted, to corroborate a statement, to.
APPELS-appels n. plural of appel.
APPLES-apples n. plural of apple.
apples n. (Cockney rhyming slang) Stairs. Clipping of apples and pears.
apples n. (Australia, Australian rhyming slang) Nice, fine.
APPLET-applet n. (computing) a small program module that runs under the control of a larger application, typically a web.
APPLEY-appley adj. Resembling apples, apple-like.
appley adj. Of, or pertaining to, apples.
Appley p.n. a village in Lancashire, England, its full name is Appley Bridge.
DAPPLE-dapple n. A mottled marking, usually in clusters.
dapple n. An animal with a mottled or spotted skin or coat.
dapple adj. Having a mottled or spotted skin or coat, dappled.
LAPPED-lapped v. Past tense of to lap.
lapped adj. Being one or more complete laps behind the leader in a race.
LAPPEL-lappel n. Dated form of lapel.
LAPPER-lapper n. One who laps liquid, who takes liquid in with the tongue.
lapper n. (in combination) something (especially a race) that is a stated number of laps e.g. a 25-lapper.
lapper n. (sports) A competitor who is one lap behind another, in the same race, and hence physically in front.
LAPPET-lappet n. A small decorative fold or flap, especially of lace or muslin, in a garment or headdress.
lappet n. (zoology) A wattle or flap-like structure on the face.
lappet v. (transitive) To decorate with, or as if with, lappets.
LAPPIE-lappie n. (South Africa) loincloth.
lappie n. (South Africa) dishtowel.
lappie n. (South Africa) face cloth; flannel.
PALPED-palped v. simple past tense and past participle of palp.
palped adj. (zoology) Having a palpus.
PAPULE-papule n. A small, inflammatory, irritated spot on skin; similar in appearance to a pimple, without containing pus.
RAPPEL-rappel n. Descending by means of a rope, abseiling.
rappel v. (obsolete) to call back a hawk.
rappel v. to abseil.
SAPPLE-Sorry, definition not available.
UPLEAP-upleap v. (intransitive) To leap up; spring up.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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