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There are 19 seven-letter words containing A, E, F, K and L

FADLIKE-fadlike adj. Having characteristics of a fad.
FANKLED-fankled v. simple past tense and past participle of fankle.
fankled adj. (Scotland) Tangled.
FANKLES-fankles v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fankle.
FANLIKE-fanlike adj. Resembling a fan (hand-held cooling device).
FARTLEK-fartlek n. An athletic training technique, used especially in running, in which periods of intense effort alternate.
FATLIKE-fatlike adj. Resembling fat (the chemical substance) or some aspect of it.
FLACKED-flacked v. simple past tense and past participle of flack.
FLACKER-flacker v. to flutter as a bird.
flacker v. to flicker, quiver.
FLACKET-flacket n. A barrel-shaped bottle; a flagon.
FLAKERS-flakers n. plural of flaker.
FLAKIER-flakier adj. comparative form of flaky: more flaky.
FLAKIES-Sorry, definition not available.
FLANKED-flanked v. simple past tense and past participle of flank.
FLANKEN-flanken n. A certain cut of beef used in Ashkenazic Jewish cuisine, made by cutting short ribs across the bone.
FLANKER-flanker n. (rugby) A player who plays in the back row of the scrum.
flanker n. (American football) A wide receiver who lines up behind the line of scrimmage.
flanker n. (military) A fortification or soldier projecting so as to defend another work or to command the flank.
FLASKET-flasket n. (obsolete, Britain) A long, shallow basket with two handles.
flasket n. (obsolete) A vessel for serving food.
OAKLEAF-oakleaf n. (often attributive) The leaf of the oak.
oakleaf n. (military) A device, badge or emblem shaped like the leaf of an oak, and indicating an award. (see Oak.
oak leaf n. Alternative form of oakleaf.
SEAFOLK-seafolk n. Merpeople.
seafolk n. People who live near the sea and make a traditional living from it.
WAKEFUL-wakeful adj. Awake; not sleeping.
wakeful adj. Sleepless.
wakeful adj. Vigilant and alert; watchful.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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