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There are 13 seven-letter words containing 2A, C and 2E

ACADEME-academe n. (historical) The name of the garden in Athens where the academics met. [First attested in the late 16th.
academe n. (poetic) An academy; a place of learning. [First attested in the late 16th century.].
academe n. (poetic) The scholarly life, environment, or community. [First attested in the mid 19th century.].
ACERATE-acerate n. (chemistry) A combination of aceric acid with a salifiable base.
acerate adj. Acerose; needle-shaped (long and pointed).
ACETATE-acetate n. (organic chemistry) Any salt or ester of acetic acid.
acetate n. cellulose acetate.
acetate n. A transparent sheet used for overlays.
ACREAGE-acreage n. Size, as measured in acres.
acreage n. An area of land measured in acres.
AMESACE-Sorry, definition not available.
ANELACE-anelace n. A medieval long dagger.
CAMERAE-cameræ n. (rare) plural form of camera.
CASEASE-casease n. (biochemistry) An exoenzyme that hydrolyzes casein.
CASEATE-caseate n. (uncountable) A certain ion.
caseate n. (countable and uncountable) A salt, compound or solution containing this ion.
caseate v. (intransitive) To produce a cheese-like substance.
CATENAE-catenae n. plural of catena.
CHAETAE-chaetae n. plural of chaeta.
chætæ n. plural of chæta.
EARACHE-earache n. (pathology) A pain in the middle or inner ear.
TEACAKE-teacake n. (Britain) A flat, round bread bun, usually containing currants, sultanas or peel and often served toasted.
teacake n. (US) A traditional cookie.
teacake n. (Australia) A sweet cake, sometimes sprinkled with cinnamon and caster sugar, often served warm.

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