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There are 20 eight-letter words containing A, B, P, S and U

BIPAROUS-biparous adj. producing two offspring from one pregnancy; twinning.
BLUECAPS-bluecaps n. plural of bluecap.
BREAKUPS-breakups n. plural of breakup.
break-ups n. plural of break-up (alternative spelling of breakups).
PABULOUS-pabulous adj. (obsolete) nourishing.
PABULUMS-pabulums n. plural of pabulum.
PAXIUBAS-Sorry, definition not available.
PUSHBALL-pushball n. (games, uncountable) A team game where players attempt to push a large inflatable lightweight ball into.
pushball n. (countable) The large ball used for this game.
SUBGRAPH-subgraph n. (graph theory) A graph or network that makes up part of a larger graph or network.
SUBPANEL-subpanel n. A subsection of a panel.
SUBPARTS-subparts n. plural of subpart.
SUBPENAS-subpenas n. plural of subpena.
SUBPHASE-subphase n. A subsection of a phase.
subphase n. (chemistry) The liquid upon which a film or layer floats.
SUBPHYLA-subphyla n. plural of subphylum.
SUBPOENA-subpoena n. (law) A writ requiring someone to appear in court to give testimony.
subpoena v. To summon with a subpoena.
subpœna n. Obsolete spelling of subpoena.
SUBPOLAR-subpolar adj. Situated below the poles.
SUBSPACE-subspace n. (mathematics) A subset of a space which is a space in its own right.
subspace n. (science fiction) Any (often unspecified) method of communicating faster than light.
subspace n. (BDSM) The psychological state of the submissive or "bottom" during sadomasochistic activity.
SUBTOPIA-subtopia n. Sprawling suburbs, collectively.
SUPERBAD-superbad adj. Very bad; villainous.
superbad adj. (slang) Fine, excellent.
UPBRAIDS-upbraids v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of upbraid.
UPBREAKS-upbreaks v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of upbreak.

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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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