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There are 18 eight-letter words containing A, B, 2G and N

ABEGGING-abegging v. (archaic) present participle of beg.
BAGGINGS-baggings n. plural of bagging.
BANGINGS-bangings n. plural of banging.
BEAGLING-beagling v. present participle of beagle.
BEGAZING-begazing v. present participle of begaze.
BLAGGING-blagging v. present participle of blag.
BRAGGING-bragging n. The act of one who brags.
bragging v. present participle of brag.
BUGGANES-Sorry, definition not available.
GABBLING-gabbling v. present participle of gabble.
gabbling n. Rapid, confused speech.
GAMBLING-gambling v. present participle of gamble.
gambling n. An activity characterised by a balance between winning and losing that is governed by a mixture of skill.
GANGBANG-gangbang n. (vulgar) Sexual intercourse involving more than two persons, especially with a high proportion of men.
gangbang n. (US, slang) The act of a street gang attacking random people on the streets and/or committing gang crimes.
gangbang v. To have sex with others in a gangbang.
GARBLING-garbling v. present participle of garble.
garbling n. The act by which something is garbled or confused.
GRABBING-grabbing v. present participle of grab.
grabbing n. The act of one who grabs.
GUNNYBAG-gunnybag n. Alternative form of gunny-bag.
gunny-bag n. Gunny sack.
JINGBANG-jingbang n. (colloquial, chiefly Scotland) thing, lot, shebang.
jing-bang n. Alternative spelling of jingbang.
TABOGGAN-taboggan n. Dated form of toboggan.
taboggan v. Dated form of toboggan.
TOBOGGAN-toboggan n. A long sled without runners, with the front end curled upwards, which may be pulled across snow by a cord.
toboggan n. (Canada, US) A similar sled of wood, pulled by dogs, possibly with steel runners, made to transport cargo.
toboggan n. Something which, once it starts going (figuratively) downhill, is unstoppable until it reaches the bottom.
UNBAGGED-unbagged v. simple past tense and past participle of unbag.
unbagged adj. Not bagged.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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