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There are 16 eight-letter words containing A, B, R, T and W
|BEDSTRAW||-||bedstraw n. any plant of herb genus Galium of the madder family with small pointed leaves and hairy stems with small.|
bedstraw n. Any plant of the genus Cruciata.
bedstraw n. (obsolete) straw put into a bed.
|BLAWORTS||-||blaworts n. plural of blawort.|
|BLEWARTS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|BLOWKART||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|BROWBEAT||-||browbeat v. (transitive) To bully in an intimidating, bossy, or supercilious way.|
brow-beat v. Alternative spelling of browbeat.
|DRAWTUBE||-||drawtube n. The tube that is drawn out in order to expand a telescope.|
|OUTBRAWL||-||outbrawl v. (transitive) To surpass in brawling.|
|ROWBOATS||-||rowboats n. plural of rowboat.|
|WABSTERS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|WARBIEST||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|WATERBED||-||waterbed n. A bed with a tough plastic mattress filled with water.|
water-bed n. Alternative spelling of waterbed.
water bed n. Alternative spelling of waterbed.
|WATERBUS||-||waterbus n. Alternative spelling of water bus.|
water bus n. A boat that operates like a bus, as a means of public transport.
|WHIRLBAT||-||whirlbat n. (archaic) Anything moved with a whirl, as preparatory for a blow, or to augment the force of it.|
whirlbat n. (archaic, poetic) The cestus of ancient boxers.
|WHORLBAT||-||whorlbat n. Alternative form of whirlbat.|
|WORKBOAT||-||workboat n. A boat used for purposes other than recreation, passenger transport, or combat.|
|WRITABLE||-||writable adj. Capable of being written.|
writable adj. (computing, of a file, storage device, etc.) Capable of being written to.
writable adj. (programming) mutable.
* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.
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