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There are 19 eight-letter words containing A, B, K, L and W

BACKFLOW-backflow n. The flow of a fluid (through a pipe etc) in a direction opposite to that which is normal or intended…
BAKLAWAS-baklawas n. plural of baklawa.
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…
BLOWBACK-blowback n. (firearms) A type of action where the pressure from the fired cartridge blows a sliding mechanism backward…
blowback n. An unintended adverse result, especially of a political action.
blowback n. (slang) The act of shotgunning (inhaling from a pipe etc. and exhaling into another smoker's mouth).
BLOWKART-Sorry, definition not available.
BULWARKS-bulwarks n. plural of bulwark.
bulwarks v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bulwark.
BUSHWALK-bushwalk n. (Australia, New Zealand) A hike; an off-road walk in the countryside, possibly wearing a backpack, undertaken…
bushwalk v. (Australia, New Zealand) To undertake an off-road walk in the countryside.
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…
HAWKBELL-hawkbell n. A small round metal bell used in falconry, attached to the leg of the bird.
HAWKBILL-hawkbill n. Alternative spelling of hawksbill.
HOWLBACK-howlback n. A high-pitched squeal produced by feedback when a microphone is too close to its connected speakers.
KNOWABLE-knowable adj. Capable of being known, understood or comprehended.
LAWBOOKS-lawbooks n. plural of lawbook.
PLOWBACK-plow back v. To reinvest profits into a business.
SKEWBALD-skewbald adj. (of horses) Marked with patches of white and non-black colours.
skewbald n. A skewbald horse.
SLOWBACK-slowback n. (archaic, slang) A lubber; an idle fellow; a loiterer.
WALKABLE-walkable adj. Able to be walked.
walkable adj. Short enough or close enough to be accessible by walking.
WORKABLE-workable adj. Capable of functioning.
workable adj. Able to be worked or fashioned.
WORKABLY-workably adv. In an workable fashion.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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Words in green are found in both the twl06 and the sowpods dictionaries; words in red are only in the sowpods dictionary.


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