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AACCT

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ACT

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There are 15 seven-letter words containing 2A, 2C and T

ACCOAST-accoast v. (transitive, intransitive) To lie or sail along the coast or side (of); to accost.
ACMATIC-acmatic adj. (rare) relating to the acme of something, highest.
ACRATIC-acratic adj. Alternative form of akratic.
ATACTIC-atactic adj. (medicine) Of or pertaining to ataxia.
atactic adj. (chemistry) Describing any regular polymer or other macromolecule in which the orientation of the subunits.
BACCATE-baccate adj. (botany) Pulpy throughout, like a berry; said of fruits.
baccate adj. Looking like a berry.
baccate adj. Producing berries.
CARACTS-caracts n. plural of caract.
CARRACT-Sorry, definition not available.
CATCALL-catcall n. A shout or whistle expressing dislike, especially from a crowd or audience; a jeer, a boo.
catcall n. A shout, whistle, or comment of a sexual nature, usually made toward women.
catcall n. (historical) A whistle blown by a theatre-goer to express disapproval.
CATCLAW-catclaw n. An acacia, specifically Acacia greggii, now Senegalia greggii, native to most of the border region of.
CATFACE-catface n. A mark or blemish in wood, plasterwork etc.
CHARACT-charact n. (obsolete) A letter or character.
charact n. (archaic) A magical symbol.
PICCATA-piccata adj. Sliced, sautéed and served with lemon, parsley and butter sauce.
PLACCAT-Sorry, definition not available.
SACCATE-saccate adj. Shaped like a pouch or sac.
saccate adj. Having a pouch or sac.
saccate adj. Enclosed in a sac.
TOCCATA-toccata n. (music) A piece of music (usually for a keyboard instrument) designed to emphasise the dexterity of the.

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