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There are 13 eight-letter words containing 2A, K, L and W

BAKLAWAS-baklawas n. plural of baklawa.
BALLHAWK-ballhawk n. (sports) A player who handles the ball skilfully.
ballhawk n. (baseball, chiefly in Chicago) A person who specializes in catching home-run and foul balls.
ball hawk n. (baseball) an outfielder who is particularly good at defense, especially one who is particularly good.
CAKEWALK-cakewalk n. (historical) A contest in which cake was offered for the best dancers.
cakewalk n. (music) The style of music associated with such a contest.
cakewalk n. (performing arts) The dance, or style of dance associated with such a contest.
CATWALKS-catwalks n. plural of catwalk.
CLAWBACK-clawback n. (US law of evidence) A rule that permits a party to take back evidentiary materials that were mistakenly.
clawback n. (US taxation law) Money that a party is entitled to keep under one tax provision but is taken by another.
clawback n. (US, business) Any recovery of a performance-related payment based on discovery that the performance was.
JAYWALKS-jaywalks v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of jaywalk.
LATEWAKE-latewake n. Alternative form of late-wake.
late-wake n. lich-wake.
LAWMAKER-lawmaker n. One who makes or enacts laws.
LOCKAWAY-lock away v. (transitive) To lock up; to lock in a safe place, out of view.
RACEWALK-racewalk v. To participate in the sport of racewalking.
race-walk v. To compete in race walking.
race walk n. (athletics) A racewalking race.
WALKABLE-walkable adj. Able to be walked.
walkable adj. Short enough or close enough to be accessible by walking.
WALKAWAY-walkaway n. An easy victory; a walkover.
walk away v. Used other than as an idiom: see walk,‎ away.
walk away v. (idiomatic) To withdraw from a problematic situation.
WALKWAYS-walkways n. plural of walkway.

* 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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