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There are 13 seven-letter words containing A, K, O, T and U

ATOKOUS-atokous adj. (zoology) Producing only asexual individuals.
BACKOUT-backout n. A reversal or undoing of tasks previously done (often in reverse order).
back out v. To reverse a vehicle from a confined space.
back out v. (idiomatic) To withdraw from something one has agreed to do.
OUTASKS-outasks v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outask.
OUTBACK-outback n. (Australia) The most remote and desolate areas of Australia; the desert and areas too arid for growing.
outback adj. Characteristic of the most remote and desolate areas of Australia; very remote from urban areas.
outback adv. To or towards the most remote and desolate areas of Australia.
OUTBAKE-outbake v. (transitive) To surpass in baking; to bake better than.
outbake v. (transitive) To heat (equipment) at low pressure to remove adsorbed gas from surfaces.
OUTBARK-outbark v. (transitive) To surpass in barking.
OUTRANK-outrank v. (transitive) To be of a higher rank than.
OUTTAKE-outtake n. A portion of a recording (a take) that is not included in the final version of a film or a musical album.
outtake n. A complete version of a recording or film that is dropped in favour of another version, reject.
outtake n. An opening for outward discharge, vent.
OUTTALK-outtalk v. (transitive) To overpower, outdo, or surpass in talking.
outtalk v. (transitive) To outwit by talking.
OUTTASK-Sorry, definition not available.
OUTWALK-outwalk v. To walk further than another.
TAKEOUT-takeout adj. (of food) intended to be eaten off the premises.
takeout n. Food purchased from a takeaway.
takeout n. (curling) A stone that hits another stone, removing it from play.
WALKOUT-walkout n. A sudden stoppage of work; a strike.
walkout n. A similar mass action of people leaving a place as a form of protest.
walk out v. (intransitive) to stage a walkout or strike.

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