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There are 20 seven-letter words containing A, E, F, R and Y

DEFRAYS-defrays v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of defray.
EFFRAYS-effrays v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of effray.
FAGGERY-faggery n. (Britain, education, historical) The system in boarding schools whereby younger students acted as servants.
faggery n. (slang) Homosexuality.
FARMERY-farmery n. The buildings and yards necessary for the business of a farm; a homestead.
FASHERY-Sorry, definition not available.
FEODARY-feodary n. An accomplice.
feodary n. (Britain, law) An ancient officer of the Court of Wards.
FEUDARY-feudary adj. Held by, or relating to, feudal tenure.
feudary n. A tenant who holds his lands by feudal service; a feudatory.
feudary n. A feodary.
FLAYERS-flayers n. plural of flayer.
FORAYED-forayed v. simple past tense and past participle of foray.
FORAYER-forayer n. One who makes or joins in a foray.
FOREBAY-forebay n. (reservoirs) An artificial pool of water ahead of a larger body of water.
forebay n. The distinctive overhang(s) on a Pennsylvania barn.
FORELAY-forelay v. To lay down beforehand.
forelay v. To waylay.
forelay v. To plan; contrive in advance.
FORESAY-foresay v. (transitive) To say beforehand; predict; foretell.
foresay v. (transitive) To decree; ordain; appoint.
FRATERY-fratery n. A frater house.
FRAWZEY-Sorry, definition not available.
FREEWAY-freeway n. (Australia, Canada, US) A road designed for safe, high-speed operation of motor vehicles through the elimination.
freeway n. A toll-free highway.
FRYABLE-fryable adj. That can be fried.
LEAFERY-leafery n. leaves; foliage.
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​.
WAYFARE-wayfare n. (archaic) Travel, journeying.
wayfare v. (intransitive, archaic) To travel; make a journey.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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