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There are 20 eight-letter words containing A, B, D, G and O

ABORDING-abording v. present participle of abord.
BOARDING-boarding v. present participle of board.
boarding n. the act of people getting aboard a ship or aircraft; embarkation.
boarding n. the act of a sailor or boarding party attacking an enemy ship.
BOGARTED-bogarted v. simple past tense and past participle of bogart.
BOGGARDS-boggards n. plural of boggard.
boggards n. (obsolete) Alternative form of boggard: an outhouse.
BOGLANDS-boglands n. plural of bogland.
BONDAGER-bondager n. (Scotland) A field worker, especially a woman.
bondager n. (BDSM) One who takes part in bondage activities.
BONDAGES-bondages n. plural of bondage.
DOGBANES-dogbanes n. plural of dogbane.
GABBROID-gabbroid adj. (geology) Resembling gabbro.
GABIONED-gabioned adj. Furnished with gabions.
GADABOUT-gadabout n. someone who restlessly moves from place to place seeking amusement or the companionship of others.
GAMBADOS-gambados n. plural of gambado.
GAMBOLED-gamboled v. (US) simple past tense and past participle of gambol.
GAOLBIRD-gaolbird n. Alternative spelling of jailbird.
gaol-bird n. Alternative spelling of gaolbird.
GARBOARD-garboard n. (nautical) The board on a boat which attaches to the keel running fore and aft along the bottom.
GLOBATED-globated adj. Alternative form of globate.
LOGBOARD-logboard n. (nautical) A board on a vessel displaying the current portion of the log, to be transcribed later into.
PEGBOARD-pegboard n. A board that has a pattern of holes into which pegs are fitted; used especially to record the score in.
pegboard n. A perforated form of hardboard.
TAGBOARD-tagboard n. (Internet) A small message board on a webpage, usually located in the sidebar, where visitors can leave.
VAGABOND-vagabond n. A person on a trip of indeterminate destination and/or length of time.
vagabond n. One who wanders from place to place, having no fixed dwelling, or not abiding in it, and usually without.
vagabond v. To roam, as a vagabond.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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