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There are 19 seven-letter words containing 3A, C and L

ACAUDAL-acaudal adj. acaudate.
ALCAZAR-alcazar n. A Moorish fortress in Spain.
Alcazar p.n. A surname​.
ALMANAC-almanac n. (astronomy, navigation) A book or table listing nautical, astronomical, astrological or other events for.
almanac n. A handbook, typically published annually, containing information on a particular subject.
ALPACAS-alpacas n. plural of alpaca.
ALPACCA-Sorry, definition not available.
BACALAO-bacalao n. Alternative spelling of bacalhau.
BACLAVA-baclava n. Alternative form of baklava.
CABALAS-Sorry, definition not available.
CABBALA-cabbala p.n. Alternative spelling of Kabballah.
CALAMAR-calamar n. (dated) A squid.
CANTALA-Sorry, definition not available.
CARACAL-caracal n. A type of mountain cat native to Southern Africa, West Asia, and parts of Central and South Asia, Caracal.
CATALPA-catalpa n. Any tree of the genus Catalpa, the family Bignoniaceae. The two North American species, the southern catalpa.
CAVALLA-Sorry, definition not available.
CHALAZA-chalaza n. (zoology) One of the two spiral bands which attach the yolk of an egg to the eggshell, suspending it in.
chalaza n. (botany) The location where the nucellus attaches to the integuments, opposite the micropyle.
HALACHA-halacha n. Alternative letter-case form of Halacha.
Halacha n. A law or tradition established by the Halacha.
Halacha p.n. Jewish law, taken as a whole.
MALACCA-Malacca p.n. State in western Malaysia.
Malacca p.n. Capital of Malacca state.
Malacca p.n. A narrow stretch of water between the Malay Peninsula and the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
MALACIA-malacia n. (medicine) An abnormal craving for certain types of food. [from 17th c.].
malacia n. (pathology) Abnormal softening of organs or tissues of the human body. [from 19th c.].
-malacia suff. (medicine) used to denote an abnormal "softening of the tissues"; malacia.
MANCALA-mancala n. (games, board games) A generic name applied to various board games, common throughout Africa and Asia.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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