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There are 14 seven-letter words containing A, D, H, O and P

APEHOOD-apehood n. The state or essence of being an ape.
DASHPOT-dashpot n. A mechanical damping device consisting of a piston that moves through a viscous fluid (usually oil); used.
HAPKIDO-hapkido n. An eclectic Korean martial art founded by Young Sul Choi, a student of Daitō-ryū Aiki-jūjutsu.
HAPLOID-haploid adj. (cytology) (of a cell) Having a single set of unpaired chromosomes.
haploid n. A cell which is haploid.
haploid n. An organism, such as a fungus, with haploid cells.
HARDTOP-hardtop n. (Britain) the removable roof of a convertible or sports car which is made of a rigid material.
hardtop n. (Britain) a car with such a roof.
HEXAPOD-hexapod n. Any organism or being with six legs.
hexapod n. An arthropod with six feet; a member of subphylum Hexapoda.
hexapod n. (dated) An insect.
HOPHEAD-hophead n. (US, slang) A drug addict.
hophead n. (Britain, slang) A beer enthusiast or homebrewer.
HOPTOAD-Sorry, definition not available.
MOPHEAD-mophead n. Alternative spelling of mop head.
mop head n. Used other than as an idiom: see mop,‎ head.
mop head n. The end of a mop, to which the thrums or rags are fastened.
PHACOID-phacoid adj. Resembling a lentil; lenticular.
POACHED-poached v. simple past tense and past participle of poach.
poached adj. Cooked by poaching.
poached adj. Obtained by poaching.
POCHARD-pochard n. Any of various diving ducks of the subfamily Aythyinae, especially the common pochard, Aythya ferina.
POTHEAD-pothead n. (derogatory slang) A person who smokes cannabis frequently, to excess.
pothead n. A cannabis consumer.
UPHOARD-uphoard v. (transitive, rare or obsolete) To hoard up.

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