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There are 17 seven-letter words containing A, E, G, P and U

EARPLUG-earplug n. A piece of protective gear meant to be inserted in the ear canal to protect the wearer's hearing from.
earplug v. (transitive) To fit with earplugs.
GAUPERS-Sorry, definition not available.
GRAUPEL-graupel n. (uncountable) A precipitation that forms when supercooled droplets of water condense on a snowflake.
graupel n. (countable) The result of this process, a small ball of rime.
PAGEFUL-pageful n. As much (text etc.) as a page will hold.
PEGASUS-pegasus n. A winged horse (imaginary or mythical, sometimes figurative).
Pegasus p.n. (Greek mythology) A winged horse fabled to have sprung from the blood of Medusa when she was slain. He.
Pegasus p.n. (astronomy) An autumn constellation of the northern sky, near the vernal equinoctial point, said to resemble.
PLAGUED-plagued v. simple past tense and past participle of plague.
plagued adj. Constantly afflicted or relentlessly attacked (by someone or something).
PLAGUER-plaguer n. One who plagues or annoys.
PLAGUES-plagues n. plural of plague.
plagues v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of plague.
PLAGUEY-plaguey adj. Alternative spelling of plaguy.
PLUMAGE-plumage n. Feathers, either covering a bird or used ornamentally.
plumage n. Finery or elaborate dress.
PLUSAGE-Sorry, definition not available.
PUGAREE-pugaree n. Alternative form of puggree.
UNPAGED-unpaged adj. Without page numbers.
unpaged adj. (computing, of memory) Not subject to paging.
UPGAZED-upgazed v. simple past tense and past participle of upgaze.
UPGAZES-upgazes n. (rare) plural of upgaze.
upgazes v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of upgaze.
UPGRADE-upgrade n. An upward grade or slope.
upgrade n. An improved component or replacement item, usually applied to technology.
upgrade n. An improvement.
UPSTAGE-upstage n. The part of a stage that is farthest from the audience or camera.
upstage adv. toward or at the rear of a theatrical stage.
upstage adv. away from a motion-picture or television camera.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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