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There are 14 eight-letter words containing 2A, K, W and Y

JAYWALKS-jaywalks v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of jaywalk.
LOCKAWAY-lock away v. (transitive) To lock up; to lock in a safe place, out of view.
PACKWAYS-packways n. plural of packway.
PARKWAYS-parkways n. plural of parkway.
ROCKAWAY-rockaway n. (dated, uncommon) A light, low, four-wheeled carriage with standing top, open at the sides, but with waterproof.
rockaway n. (dated, uncommon) A similar but heavier carriage, enclosed except at the front, and with a door at each.
Rockaway p.n. A sandy peninsula in Queens County, New York, extending west from Nassau County, dividing Jamaica Bay.
SOAKAWAY-soakaway n. (chiefly Britain) A deep hole used for drainage, where rainwater and other wastewater drains directly.
SWAYBACK-swayback n. An excessive sagging of the spine of a quadruped animal, especially a horse.
swayback n. An animal with such excessive sagging.
TAKEAWAY-takeaway adj. (chiefly Britain, Australia and New Zealand, of food) To be eaten off the premises.
takeaway n. (chiefly Britain, Australia and New Zealand) A restaurant that sells food to be eaten elsewhere.
takeaway n. (chiefly Britain, Australia and New Zealand) A meal bought to be eaten elsewhere.
TRACKWAY-trackway n. A set of footprints left in soft ground by a human or animal, especially if fossilized.
trackway n. Any of two or more narrow paths, of steel, smooth stone, or similar, laid in a public roadway otherwise.
TWANKAYS-twankays n. plural of twankay.
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.
WAYMARKS-waymarks n. plural of waymark.
WORKADAY-workaday adj. suitable for everyday use.
workaday adj. mundane or commonplace.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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