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There are 17 seven-letter words containing A, E, N, P and Y

APLENTY-aplenty adj. (postpositive) In a generous or overlarge quantity.
aplenty adv. Enough or more than enough.
a-plenty adj. Alternative form of aplenty.
DYSPNEA-dyspnea n. (pathology) Difficult or labored respiration, shortness of breath.
ENDPLAY-endplay n. (bridge) A tactical play in which a defender is put on lead at a strategic moment, and then has to make…
endplay v. (bridge) To make an endplay.
HYPONEA-Sorry, definition not available.
NYMPHAE-nymphae n. plural of nympha.
nymphæ n. plural of nymph.
PANEITY-paneity n. The quality or state of being bread.
PATENCY-patency n. (medicine) The degree of openness of a tube, such as a blood vessel or catheter; the relative absence…
patency n. (uncountable) Obviousness; clarity.
PAYFONE-Sorry, definition not available.
PAYMENT-payment n. (uncountable) The act of paying.
payment n. (countable) A sum of money paid in exchange for goods or services.
PENALLY-penally adv. According to a penal code.
PENALTY-penalty n. A legal sentence.
penalty n. A punishment for violating rules of procedure.
penalty n. (finance) A payment forfeited for an early withdrawal from an account or an investment.
PHYTANE-phytane n. (organic chemistry) A diterpenoid alkane with one more carbon than pristane.
PLAYPEN-playpen n. An enclosure for children to play in.
PLENARY-plenary adj. Fully attended; for everyone's attendance.
plenary adj. (theology or law) Complete; full; entire; absolute.
plenary n. plenary session.
PYGMEAN-Sorry, definition not available.
SYNAPSE-synapse n. (neuroanatomy, cytology) The junction between the terminal of a neuron and either another neuron or a…
synapse v. (intransitive) To form a synapse.
synapse v. (intransitive) To undergo synapsis.
SYNAPTE-Sorry, definition not available.

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