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ABIKN

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There are 18 seven-letter words containing A, B, I, K and N

BACKING-backing n. Support, especially financial.
backing n. A liner or other material added behind or underneath.
backing n. (music) Musicians and vocalists who support the main performer.
BAKINGS-bakings n. plural of baking.
BALKING-balking v. present participle of balk.
balking n. A frustration or disappointment; a check.
BANKING-banking n. The business of managing a bank.
banking n. The occupation of managing or working in a bank.
banking n. (aviation) A horizontal turn.
BANKITS-Sorry, definition not available.
BANKSIA-banksia n. A plant belonging to the genus Banksia.
BARKING-barking v. present participle of bark.
barking adj. Who or that barks or bark.
barking adj. (British slang) Clipping of barking mad.
BARMKIN-barmkin n. (obsolete) The battlement on the exterior fortification of a castle in northern England and parts of Scotland;.
BASKING-basking v. present participle of bask.
basking n. The act of one who basks.
BAUKING-Sorry, definition not available.
BAWDKIN-Sorry, definition not available.
BEATNIK-beatnik n. A person who dresses in a manner that is not socially acceptable and therewith is supposed to reject of.
beatnik n. A person associated with the Beat Generation of the 1950s and 1960s or its style.
BOAKING-boaking v. present participle of boak.
BRAKING-braking v. present participle of brake.
braking n. The act of applying brakes.
FINBACK-finback n. A large baleen whale, Balaenoptera physalus, that has a ridge on its back; the fin whale.
IKEBANA-ikebana n. The Japanese art of flower arrangement.
ikebana n. An arrangement of flowers in this style.
INBREAK-inbreak v. (transitive) To break in; break into; make an incursion into; insert into; interrupt.
inbreak n. A sudden violent inroad or incursion; an irruption.
LAMBKIN-lambkin n. A young lamb, a very young sheep.
lambkin n. A term of endearment.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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