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There are 17 eight-letter words containing A, C, E, U and Y

ADEQUACY-adequacy n. The quality of being sufficient, adequate or able to meet the needs.
AUXOCYTE-Sorry, definition not available.
BUOYANCE-buoyance n. The state or quality of being buoyant.
CALYCULE-Sorry, definition not available.
CAUSEWAY-causeway n. A road that is raised, as to be above water, marshland etc.
causeway v. (obsolete, transitive) To pave, to cobble.
CAUSEYED-causeyed adj. Having a causey.
CENTAURY-centaury n. Any of the flowering plants in or formerly in the genus Centaurium.
centaury n. Any of diverse other plants.
CYANURET-cyanuret n. (obsolete) cyanide.
EUCALYPT-eucalypt n. Any tree of the genus Eucalyptus.
eucalypt n. Any tree of the related and similar genera Corymbia and Angophora.
EUCARYON-eucaryon n. Alternative spelling of eukaryon.
EUCARYOT-eucaryot n. Alternative form of eukaryote.
GAUCHELY-gauchely adv. In a gauche manner.
LACQUEYS-lacqueys n. plural of lacquey.
NUMERACY-numeracy n. The quality of being numerate; numerical skill.
PICAYUNE-picayune adj. Petty, trivial; of little consequence; small and of little importance; picayunish;.
picayune adj. Small-minded: being childishly spiteful, tending to go on about unimportant things.
picayune n. (US, especially Louisiana, archaic) A small coin of the value of six and a quarter cents; a fippenny bit.
QUACKERY-quackery n. (law, medicine, uncountable) The practice of fraudulent medicine, usually in order to make money or for.
quackery n. (countable) An instance of practicing fraudulent medicine.
SEACUNNY-Sorry, definition not available.

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