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There are 19 eight-letter words containing 2A, C, G and T

AGACANTE-Sorry, definition not available.
AGUACATE-Sorry, definition not available.
ANTALGIC-antalgic adj. (medicine) alleviating pain.
antalgic n. Any medicine to alleviate pain; an anodyne.
CAATINGA-caatinga n. A sparse, thorny wooded area of northeastern Brazil containing drought-resistant trees.
CABOTAGE-cabotage n. The transport of goods or passengers between two points in the same country.
cabotage n. (law) The right to engage in such transport.
cabotage n. The exclusive right of a country to control such transport.
CARTAGES-cartages n. plural of cartage.
CATALOGS-catalogs n. plural of catalog.
catalogs v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of catalog.
CATJANGS-catjangs n. plural of catjang.
CHANTAGE-Sorry, definition not available.
CONTAGIA-Sorry, definition not available.
CRAGFAST-cragfast adj. stranded on a crag (inaccessible rock).
GALACTIC-galactic adj. (medicine) Of or pertaining to milk, or the secretion of milk.
galactic adj. Relating to a galaxy.
galactic adj. (figuratively) Enormous (in size or impact).
GLACIATE-glaciate v. To cover with ice or a glacier.
glaciate v. To erode with a glacier.
glaciate v. To freeze.
MAGMATIC-magmatic adj. Pertaining to magma or magmatism.
SAGACITY-sagacity n. (obsolete) Keen sense of smell.
sagacity n. The quality of being sage, wise, or able to make good decisions; the quality of being perceptive, astute.
TAIGLACH-taiglach n. Alternative form of teiglach.
TRACKAGE-trackage n. railway tracks collectively.
trackage n. The right of a railway company to use the tracks belonging to another; the charge levied for this right.
trackage n. The act of tracking, or towing, as a boat; towage.
TRAGICAL-tragical adj. (archaic) tragic.
VACATING-vacating v. present participle of vacate.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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Words in green are found in both the twl06 and the sowpods dictionaries; words in red are only in the sowpods dictionary.

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