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There are 18 seven-letter words containing A, E, F, P and R

EARFLAP-earflap n. either of two flaps attached to a cap that cover the ears.
FELSPAR-felspar n. Alternative spelling of feldspar.
FIREPAN-firepan n. A pan for holding or conveying fire, especially the receptacle for the priming of a gun.
FLAPPER-flapper n. (colloquial, now chiefly historical) A young woman, especially when unconventional or without decorum;.
flapper n. Something that flaps.
flapper n. A flipper; a limb of a turtle, which functions as a flipper or paddle when swimming.
FLAREUP-flareup n. Alternative spelling of flare-up.
flare up v. (intransitive) To burn brightly again.
flare up v. (intransitive) To become more intense suddenly.
FOREPAW-forepaw n. Either of the paws of an animal's foreleg, homologous to the hand in humans.
FRAPPED-frapped v. simple past tense and past participle of frap.
FRAPPEE-Sorry, definition not available.
FRAPPES-frappes n. plural of frappe.
frappés n. plural of frappé.
PALFREY-palfrey n. (historical) A small horse with a smooth, ambling gait, popular in the Middle Ages with nobles and women.
Palfrey p.n. A surname​.
PARAFLE-Sorry, definition not available.
PIAFFER-piaffer n. A dressage movement in which a horse trots in a stationary position while using high lifting of the legs.
PREFABS-prefabs n. plural of prefab.
PREFACE-preface n. The beginning or introductory portion that comes before the main text of a document or book.
preface n. An introduction, or series of preliminary remarks.
preface n. (Roman Catholicism) The prelude or introduction to the canon of the Mass.
PREFADE-Sorry, definition not available.
PREFARD-Sorry, definition not available.
PROFACE-proface interj. (obsolete) Much good may it do you! — a familiar salutation or welcome.
PROFANE-profane adj. Unclean; ritually impure; unholy, desecrating a holy place or thing.
profane adj. Not sacred or holy, unconsecrated; relating to non-religious matters, secular.
profane adj. Treating sacred things with contempt, disrespect, irreverence, or scorn; blasphemous, impious.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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