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There are 17 seven-letter words containing A, N, O, R and W

FANWORT-fanwort n. Any of the genus Cabomba of aquatic plants, having divided submerged leaves in the shape of a fan.
FORWARN-forwarn v. (transitive) To prohibit; forbid; deny (right, access to, etc.).
NARROWS-narrows v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of narrow.
narrows n. A narrow part of a navigable waterway.
Narrows p.n. A town in Virginia.
NAYWORD-nayword n. (obsolete) A byword or proverb.
nayword n. (obsolete) A watchword.
NONWARS-nonwars n. plural of nonwar.
NORWARD-norward n. Archaic form of northward.
ONWARDS-onwards adv. onward.
PAWNORS-pawnors n. plural of pawnor.
RAINBOW-rainbow n. A multicoloured arch in the sky, produced by prismatic refraction of light within droplets of rain in.
rainbow n. Any prismatic refraction of light showing a spectrum of colours.
rainbow n. (often used with “of”) A wide assortment; a varied multitude.
RAWBONE-rawbone adj. Alternative form of rawboned.
WAGONER-wagoner n. Someone who drives a wagon.
Wagoner p.n. (astronomy) The constellation Auriga.
Wagoner p.n. An occupational surname​ for a wagoner.
WAITRON-waitron n. (nonstandard, rare) A waiter or waitress.
waitron n. (dated, science fiction) A robotic or mechanical waiter.
WARISON-warison n. (obsolete) Wealth, possessions; a treasure (literal or figurative).
warison n. (obsolete) A reward, recompense.
warison n. (obsolete after misuse by Walter Scott) A war cry played to order the soldiers to attack (normally played.
WARWORN-warworn adj. Worn from military service.
WARZONE-warzone n. Alternative spelling of war zone.
war zone n. A region where war is ongoing.
war zone n. A region where structures are damaged or in disarray, appearing similar to the effects of a military conflict.
WAYWORN-wayworn adj. Weary from travelling.
WORKMAN-workman n. A man who labours for wages.
workman n. An artisan or craftsman.
Workman p.n. A surname​.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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