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

BECLOAK-Sorry, definition not available.
CLOAKED-cloaked adj. Wearing a cloak.
cloaked adj. Covered, hidden, disguised.
cloaked v. simple past tense and past participle of cloak.
EARLOCK-earlock n. A lock of curly hair worn by the ear, often by Jewish men for religious reasons.
KAGOULE-kagoule n. Alternative form of cagoule.
KAOLINE-kaoline n. Alternative spelling of kaolin.
KEITLOA-keitloa n. A variety of the black rhinoceros.
LEUKOMA-leukoma n. Alternative form of leucoma.
LOCKAGE-lockage n. Materials for locks in a canal.
lockage n. The works forming a canal lock or locks.
lockage n. A toll paid for passing the locks of a canal.
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.
OAKLIKE-oaklike adj. Resembling or characteristic of an oak or its wood.
OARLIKE-oarlike adj. Resembling an oar or some aspect of one.
OATLIKE-oatlike adj. Resembling an oat or oats.
POKABLE-pokable adj. Capable of being poked.
pokable adj. (slang, vulgar) Sexually desirable.
POLKAED-polkaed v. simple past tense and past participle of polka.
ROKELAY-rokelay n. (Scotland) A short cloak.
SEAFOLK-seafolk n. Merpeople.
seafolk n. People who live near the sea and make a traditional living from it.
SKATOLE-skatole n. (organic chemistry) A mildly toxic white crystalline organic compound of the indole family, occurring.
SKOALED-Sorry, definition not available.
ZELKOVA-zelkova n. A kind of tree in the elm family (genus Zelkova).

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