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

BAMMER-Sorry, definition not available.
DAMMER-dammer n. One who builds a dam.
dammer n. A clear to yellow resin, obtained in Malaya from trees of the genera Shorea and Symplocus of the Dipterocarpaceae.
dammer n. Any of various hard resins, obtained especially from evergreen trees, notably of the genera Agathis (Araucariaceae.
GAMMER-gammer n. (obsolete) An old woman.
GRAMME-gramme n. (Britain, dated) gram (unit of mass).
-gramme suff. Alternative form of -gram.
HAMMER-hammer n. A tool with a heavy head and a handle used for pounding.
hammer n. A moving part of a firearm that strikes the firing pin to discharge a gun.
hammer n. (anatomy) The malleus, a small bone of the middle ear.
JAMMER-jammer n. Any device used to jam radio reception.
jammer n. A form of swimwear used by athletes.
jammer n. A device (e.g. a jumar) which will slide along a rope in one direction but not the other, used in rock-climbing.
LAMMER-Sorry, definition not available.
MAIMER-maimer n. Agent noun of maim; one who maims.
MAMMER-mammer v. (rare) To hesitate.
mammer v. (rare) To mumble or stammer from doubt or hesitation.
MAMZER-mamzer n. a child who is born out of wedlock, from an incestuous or adulterous relationship or from parents of different.
mamzer n. a contemptible person, a jerk.
MERMAN-merman n. A legendary creature, human male from the waist up, fishlike from the waist down.
RAMMED-rammed v. simple past tense and past participle of ram.
rammed adj. (colloquial) Filled to capacity with people.
RAMMEL-rammel n. (obsolete) refuse matter.
RAMMER-rammer n. A device used to ram; a ramrod.
rammer n. One who rams.
RAMMLE-Sorry, definition not available.
YAMMER-yammer v. (intransitive) To complain peevishly.
yammer v. (intransitive) To talk loudly and persistently.
yammer v. (transitive) To repeat on and on, usually loudly or in complaint.

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