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There are 20 seven-letter words containing A, H, L, N and T

ALENGTH-alength adv. At full length; lengthwise.
ALTHORN-althorn n. (music) An alto or tenor saxhorn.
ANETHOL-anethol n. Dated form of anethole.
ANTHILL-anthill n. A cone-shaped formation constructed from sediment and other available materials by ants or termites. The.
ant-hill n. A mound-shaped nest built or inhabited by ants or termites.
BENTHAL-benthal adj. benthic.
CANTHAL-canthal n. (zoology) Any of the scales along the upper surface of the canthus rostralis in snakes, located behind.
ENTHRAL-enthral v. (transitive) To hold spellbound; to bewitch, charm or captivate.
enthral v. (transitive) To make subservient; to enslave or subjugate.
ETHANAL-ethanal n. (organic chemistry) acetaldehyde.
ETHANOL-ethanol n. (organic chemistry) A simple aliphatic alcohol formally derived from ethane by replacing one hydrogen.
ethanol n. Specifically, this alcohol as a fuel.
GNATHAL-gnathal adj. (anatomy) Relating to the jaw.
HALTING-halting adj. prone to pauses or breaks; hesitant; broken.
halting v. present participle of halt.
HANTLES-hantles n. plural of hantle.
HAPLONT-Sorry, definition not available.
INTHRAL-inthral v. Archaic form of enthral.
LATHING-lathing v. present participle of lathe.
lathing n. A covering of laths.
LETHEAN-lethean adj. Of or relating to death or forgetfulness.
Lethean adj. (chiefly poetic, Greek mythology) Of or relating to the river Lethe, one of the four rivers of Hades.
NAPHTOL-naphtol n. Archaic form of naphthol.
THALIAN-thalian adj. Comic; comedic.
TULCHAN-tulchan n. (obsolete) A calfskin stuffed with straw and given to a cow, as if living, to induce her to give milk.
tulchan n. (historical, derogatory) A man appointed as a bishop in Scotland after the Reformation, who was a bishop.
UNLATCH-unlatch v. Remove from a latch.

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