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There are 20 eight-letter words containing A, C, D, R and W

ACCREWED-Sorry, definition not available.
BACKWARD-backward adj. (of motion) Pertaining to the direction towards the back.
backward adj. (of motion) Pertaining to the direction reverse of normal.
backward adj. Reluctant or unable to advance.
BACKWORD-backword n. A contention, retort, or reply.
backword n. A contradiction or answer to put off an engagement; a countermand.
backword n. A section of commentary at the end of a book.
BAWDRICS-Sorry, definition not available.
BECOWARD-Sorry, definition not available.
CHAWDRON-chawdron n. (obsolete) entrails.
CITYWARD-cityward adj. Directed toward cities.
cityward adv. Toward a city or cities.
CORDWAIN-cordwain n. A kind of leather from Córdoba, originally of tanned goatskin, later of horsehide.
COWARDED-Sorry, definition not available.
COWARDLY-cowardly adj. Showing cowardice; lacking in courage; basely or weakly fearful.
cowardly adv. (archaic) In the manner of a coward, cowardlily.
COWARDRY-cowardry n. (uncommon) Cowardice.
COWHEARD-cowheard n. Obsolete form of cowherd.
CRABWOOD-crabwood n. A flowering plant of the genus Carapa in the mahogany family, Meliaceae.
CRAWDADS-crawdads n. plural of crawdad.
DRAWBACK-drawback n. A disadvantage; something that detracts or takes away.
drawback n. A partial refund of an import fee, as when goods are re-exported from the country that collected the fee.
draw back v. to retreat from a position.
SCRAWLED-scrawled adj. Having been written in a rapid and sloppy manner.
scrawled v. simple past tense and past participle of scrawl.
SCRAWMED-Sorry, definition not available.
SCRAWPED-Sorry, definition not available.
WARDCORN-ward-corn n. (Britain, law, obsolete) The duty of keeping watch and ward, with a horn to be blown upon any occasion.
WILDCARD-wildcard n. (computing) A character that takes the place of any other character or string that is not known or specified.
wildcard n. (also written wild card) An uncontrolled or unpredictable element.
wildcard n. (also written wild card) An element, often deliberately concealed, which is withheld for contingency.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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