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There are 17 six-letter words containing A, 2G, I and N

AGEING-ageing v. (Australia, New Zealand, Britain) present participle of age.
ageing n. (Australia, New Zealand, Britain) The process of becoming older or more mature.
ageing n. (Australia, New Zealand, Britain) The deliberate act of making something (such as an antique) appear older.
AGINGS-agings n. plural of aging.
AGOING-agoing v. (archaic) present participle of go.
CAGING-caging v. present participle of cage.
caging n. The act of placing or trapping something in a cage.
GAEING-Sorry, definition not available.
GAGING-gaging v. present participle of gage.
GAMING-gaming v. present participle of game.
gaming n. The playing of a game or games, including but not limited to video games and games of chance.
gaming n. Careful, strategic use of rules to achieve one's purposes, as one would use the rules of a game.
GAPING-gaping v. present participle of gape.
gaping adj. Wide open.
gaping n. The act of one who gapes.
GATING-gating v. present participle of gate.
gating n. An arrangement of gates.
GAZING-gazing v. present participle of gaze.
gazing n. The act by which somebody gazes.
GIGMAN-gigman n. One who operates a gig (a kind of carriage).
GINGAL-gingal n. Alternative form of jingal.
GRINGA-Sorry, definition not available.
LAGGIN-Sorry, definition not available.
PAGING-paging n. The arrangement of pages in a book or other publication.
paging n. (computing) A transfer of pages between main memory and an auxiliary store, such as hard disk drive.
paging v. present participle of page.
RAGING-raging v. present participle of rage.
raging adj. Volatile, very active or unpredictable.
raging adj. (of a person) In a state of rage; in a state of extreme, often uncontrollable, anger.
WAGING-waging v. present participle of wage.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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