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There are 12 eight-letter words containing A, C, E, G and V

CLAVIGER-claviger n. One who carries a club; a club bearer.
claviger n. One who carries the keys to a place; a keyholder.
CLEAVAGE-cleavage n. The act of cleaving or the state of being cleft. [from 19th c.].
cleavage n. The hollow or separation between a woman's breasts, especially as revealed by a low neckline. [from 20th.
cleavage n. (by extension) Any similar separation between two body parts, such as the buttocks or toes.
CLEAVING-cleaving v. present participle of cleave.
cleaving n. The act of one who cleaves, splits, or severs.
cleaving n. The act of one who cleaves, clings, or adheres.
COVERAGE-coverage n. An amount by which something or someone is covered.
coverage n. The amount of space or time given to an event in newspapers or on television.
coverage n. (genetics) The average number of reads representing a given nucleotide in the reconstructed sequence.
ENCAVING-encaving v. present participle of encave.
GAVELOCK-gavelock n. (rare, obsolete) A spear or dart.
gavelock n. (Britain, Scotland, dialect) An iron crow or lever.
GIVEBACK-giveback n. A rebate.
giveback n. A reduction in pay or conditions as a result of unfavourable economic conditions.
give back v. (transitive) To return, restore (a thing to its original owner or location etc.).
SCAVAGER-scavager n. One who scavages.
SCAVAGES-scavages n. plural of scavage.
scavages v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of scavage.
SCAVENGE-scavenge v. (transitive) to collect and remove refuse, or to search through refuse, carrion, or abandoned items for.
scavenge v. (transitive) to remove unwanted material from something, especially to purify molten metal by removing.
scavenge v. (transitive) to expel the exhaust gases from the cylinder of an internal combustion engine, and draw in.
VICARAGE-vicarage n. (countable) The residence of a vicar.
vicarage n. The benefice, duties or office of a vicar.
VICINAGE-vicinage n. (now rare) A surrounding district; a neighbourhood.
vicinage n. (now rare) The people of a neighbourhood.
vicinage n. The state of living near something; proximity, closeness.

* 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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