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There are 20 eight-letter words containing A, B, 2C and K

ABRICOCK-abricock n. (obsolete) apricot.
BACKACHE-backache n. any pain or ache in the back.
BACKCAST-backcast v. To identify the actions required in order to reach a proposed future.
backcast v. (Britain dialectal) To change retrospectively; reverse.
backcast n. A cast or throw back.
BACKCHAT-backchat n. (Britain) Cheeky or impertinent responses, especially to criticism.
backchat v. To respond in a disputative, often sarcastic manner.
BACKCOMB-backcomb v. To hold the hair away from the head and comb it towards the head, thus giving it a thicker look.
back-comb v. Alternative spelling of backcomb.
BACKPACK-backpack n. A knapsack, sometimes mounted on a light frame, but always supported by straps, worn on a person’s…
backpack n. A similarly placed item containing a parachute or other life-support equipment.
backpack v. (intransitive) To hike and camp overnight in backcountry with one's gear carried in a backpack.
BALLCOCK-ballcock n. A floating sphere, attached to a lever, that controls the level of liquid in a cistern.
ball cock n. Alternative spelling of ballcock.
BAWCOCKS-bawcocks n. plural of bawcock.
BLACKCAP-blackcap n. A small Old World warbler, Sylvia atricapilla, which is mainly grey with a black crown.
blackcap n. Whitebark raspberry (Rubus leucodermis).
blackcap n. An American tit (Parus atricapillus); the chickadee.
CALLBACK-callback n. The return of a situation to a previous position or state.
callback n. (telephony) A return telephone or radio call; especially one made automatically to authenticate a logon…
callback n. A product recall because of a defect or safety concern.
CASHBACK-cashback n. Alternative spelling of cash-back.
cash-back n. the retail facility whereby a customer may withdraw an amount of cash when making a purchase with a credit…
CLACKBOX-clackbox n. Alternative form of clack box.
clack box n. The box or chamber in which a clack valve works.
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…
COCKBOAT-cockboat n. (nautical) A small rowing boat, especially one pulled behind a larger ship, or used to ferry goods between…
COMEBACK-comeback n. A return (e.g. to popularity, success, etc.) after an extended period of obscurity.
comeback n. A retort or answer, particularly a quick or clever one.
comeback n. (sports) An occurrence of an athlete or sports team in a competition overcoming a substantial disadvantage…
CUTBACKS-cutbacks n. plural of cutback.
cut-backs n. plural of cut-back.
DABCHICK-dabchick n. (Britain) The little grebe.
KICKBACK-kickback n. (countable) A backward kick.
kickback n. (countable) A clandestine payment in return for a favor; especially an illegal one.
kickback n. (uncountable, firearms, machinery) Recoil; a sudden backward motion, usually in the direction of the…
PICKBACK-pickback adv. Archaic form of pickaback.
SCATBACK-scatback n. (American football) A small lightweight running back valued for speed rather than power.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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