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

ACETIFY-acetify v. (transitive) To convert into acid or vinegar.
acetify v. (intransitive) To turn acid.
AFFLICT-afflict v. (transitive) To cause (someone) pain, suffering or distress.
afflict v. (obsolete) To strike or cast down; to overthrow.
afflict v. (obsolete) To make low or humble.
BACKFIT-Sorry, definition not available.
BIOFACT-biofact n. (archaeology) a biological artefact, not altered by human hands; e.g. a seed, or an uncarved wooden roof.
biofact n. (philosophy, sociology, the arts) A hybrid of an artefact and a living entity, or between concepts of.
CAITIFF-caitiff n. A base or despicable person; a wretch.
caitiff n. (obsolete) A captive or prisoner, particularly a galley slave.
caitiff n. (archaic) A villain, a coward or wretch.
CATFISH-catfish n. Any fish of the order Siluriformes, mainly found in fresh water, lacking scales, and having barbels like.
catfish v. To fish for catfish.
catfish n. (Internet) Someone who creates a fake profile on a social media platform in order to seduce people.
FACTICE-factice n. Vulcanized unsaturated vegetable or animal oil, used as a processing aid and property modifier in rubber.
FACTION-faction n. A group of people, especially within a political organization, which expresses a shared belief or opinion.
faction n. Strife; discord.
faction n. A form of literature, film etc., that treats real people or events as if they were fiction; a mix of fact.
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.
FACTOID-factoid n. An inaccurate statement or statistic believed to be true because of broad repetition, especially if cited.
factoid n. An interesting item of trivia.
FANATIC-fanatic adj. Fanatical.
fanatic adj. (obsolete) Showing evidence of possession by a god or demon; frenzied, overzealous.
fanatic n. A person who is zealously enthusiastic for some cause, especially in religion.
FASCIST-fascist adj. Of or relating to fascism.
fascist adj. Supporting the principles of fascism.
fascist adj. (informal) Unfairly oppressive or needlessly strict.
FATIDIC-fatidic adj. (now rare) Of or pertaining to prophecy; prophetic.
FRANTIC-frantic adj. (archaic) Insane, mentally unstable.
frantic adj. In a state of panic, worry, frenzy or rush.
frantic adj. Extremely energetic.
INFARCT-infarct n. (pathology) An area of dead tissue caused by a loss of blood supply; a localized necrosis.
INFRACT-infract v. (transitive) To infringe, violate or disobey (a rule).
infract adj. Not broken or fractured; unharmed; whole.
TACKIFY-tackify v. (transitive) To make (a material) tacky.
TRAFFIC-traffic n. Pedestrians or vehicles on roads, or the flux or passage thereof.
traffic n. Commercial transportation or exchange of goods, or the movement of passengers or people.
traffic n. Illegal trade or exchange of goods, often drugs.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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