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AALLW

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There are 15 eight-letter words containing 2A, 2L and W

ALLEYWAY-alleyway n. A narrow street formed by the proximity of adjacent buildings.
alleyway n. A passage between two rows of cabins in a ship.
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.
FALLAWAY-fallaway adj. (basketball) Of a shot, taken while moving away from the basket.
fallaway n. (basketball) A shot taken while moving away from the basket.
fall away v. (intransitive) To cease to support a person or cause.
GADWALLS-gadwalls n. plural of gadwall.
HALLWAYS-hallways n. plural of hallway.
JAWFALLS-Sorry, definition not available.
LAWLANDS-Sorry, definition not available.
ROLLAWAY-rollaway adj. Having wheels to allow for storage.
SEAWALLS-seawalls n. plural of seawall.
sea walls n. plural of sea wall.
WALKABLE-walkable adj. Able to be walked.
walkable adj. Short enough or close enough to be accessible by walking.
WALLABAS-wallabas n. plural of wallaba.
WALLAROO-wallaroo n. Any of three closely related species of moderately large macropods, intermediate in size between the kangaroos.
wallaroo n. The common wallaroo, Macropus robustus; the most common and widespread species of the three.
WASHBALL-washball n. Alternative form of wash-ball.
wash-ball n. (archaic) A ball or cake of substance used for bathing or personal cleansing, or to produce a lather for.
wash ball n. Alternative form of wash-ball.
WELLADAY-welladay interj. variant form of wellaway; Alas.
welladay n. A cry of "welladay".
WELLAWAY-wellaway interj. (archaic) Expressing sadness, regret etc.

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