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There are 14 seven-letter words containing A, C, K, O and T

BACKLOT-backlot n. The farthest section of a parking lot.
backlot n. (Hollywood) The area of a movie studio where outdoor scenes were filmed. It typically served as a generic.
BACKOUT-backout n. A reversal or undoing of tasks previously done (often in reverse order).
back out v. To reverse a vehicle from a confined space.
back out v. (idiomatic) To withdraw from something one has agreed to do.
CASTOCK-Sorry, definition not available.
COMATIK-Sorry, definition not available.
HATTOCK-hattock n. (Scotland, archaic) A small hat.
HOTCAKE-hotcake n. A pancake.
JACKPOT-jackpot n. A money prize pool which accumulates until the conditions are met for it to be won.
jackpot n. A large cash prize or money.
jackpot n. An unexpected windfall or reward.
MATTOCK-mattock n. An agricultural tool whose blades are at right angles to the body, similar to a pickax.
OATCAKE-oatcake n. Any of many flat biscuits, or cakes, made from oatmeal.
OUTBACK-outback n. (Australia) The most remote and desolate areas of Australia; the desert and areas too arid for growing.
outback adj. Characteristic of the most remote and desolate areas of Australia; very remote from urban areas.
outback adv. To or towards the most remote and desolate areas of Australia.
STOMACK-stomack n. Archaic form of stomach.
stomack v. Archaic form of stomach.
TARROCK-tarrock n. (Northern Scotland) a young kittiwake.
tarrock n. (Britain, dialect) The common guillemot.
tarrock n. (Britain, dialect) The common tern.
TOMBACK-Sorry, definition not available.
TOWSACK-towsack n. (chiefly US regional) A kind of burlap sack; a gunny sack.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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