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There are 18 seven-letter words containing A, C, E, F and T

ACETIFY-acetify v. (transitive) To convert into acid or vinegar.
acetify v. (intransitive) To turn acid.
AFFECTS-affects n. plural of affect.
affects v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of affect.
CANTREF-cantref n. A mediaeval land division in Wales.
CATFACE-catface n. A mark or blemish in wood, plasterwork etc.
CRAFTED-crafted adj. manufactured.
crafted v. simple past tense and past participle of craft.
CRAFTER-crafter n. Someone who participates in a particular handicraft, either as a hobby or as a small business.
FACETED-faceted adj. Having facets.
faceted v. simple past tense and past participle of facet.
FACTICE-factice n. Vulcanized unsaturated vegetable or animal oil, used as a processing aid and property modifier in rubber…
FACTIVE-factive adj. (linguistics, of a verb) Licensing only those content clauses that represent claims assumed to be true…
factive adj. (epistemology, of a knowing agent) which does not know any falsities: which knows only truths.
FACTURE-facture n. (archaic) The act or manner of making or doing anything, especially of a literary, musical, or pictorial…
facture n. (dated, business) An invoice or bill of parcels.
FALCATE-falcate adj. (zoology and botany) Shaped like a sickle.
FAUCETS-faucets n. plural of faucet.
FLACKET-flacket n. A barrel-shaped bottle; a flagon.
FRACTED-fracted adj. (heraldry) Having a part displaced, as if broken; said of an ordinary.
FURCATE-furcate adj. Forked, branched; divided at one end into parts.
furcate v. To fork or branch out.
GEOFACT-geofact n. A natural stone formation that is difficult to distinguish from a man-made artifact.
OUTFACE-outface v. (transitive) To disconcert someone with an unblinking face-to-face confrontation; to stare down.
outface v. (transitive) To boldly confront a situation.
REFRACT-refract v. (intransitive, of light) To change direction as a result of entering a different medium.
refract v. (transitive, optics) To cause (light) to change direction as a result of entering a different medium…

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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