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There are 12 seven-letter words containing A, C, F, O and T

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…
CASTOFF-castoff n. Something that has been rejected or discarded; a reject.
castoff adj. discarded, rejected.
cast-off adj. Alternative spelling of castoff.
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…
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.
FACTORS-factors n. plural of factor.
factors v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of factor.
Factors p.n. plural of Factor.
FACTORY-factory n. (obsolete) A trading establishment, especially set up by merchants working in a foreign country.
factory n. (now rare) The position or state of being a factor.
factory n. A building or other place where manufacturing takes place.
FORCATS-Sorry, definition not available.
GEOFACT-geofact n. A natural stone formation that is difficult to distinguish from a man-made artifact.
NONFACT-nonfact n. That which is not a fact; an opinion, falsehood, etc.
OFFCAST-offcast v. (transitive) to cast off; shed.
offcast v. (transitive, theater, television) to remove from the cast of a production.
offcast n. That which is rejected as useless.
OLFACTS-Sorry, definition not available.
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.

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