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There are 16 eight-letter words containing A, C, I, N and W

CHAINSAW-chainsaw n. A saw that has a power-driven and fast-revolving chain of metal teeth, usually used to cut trees.
chainsaw v. To cut with a chainsaw.
chain saw n. Alternative spelling of chainsaw.
CHINWAGS-chinwags n. (Britain, informal) plural of chinwag.
chin-wags n. plural of chin-wag (alternative form of chinwags).
chin wags n. plural of chin wag.
CORDWAIN-cordwain n. A kind of leather from Córdoba, originally of tanned goatskin, later of horsehide.
COXSWAIN-coxswain n. In a ship's boat, the helmsman given charge of the boat's crew.
coxswain n. In a rowing crew, the member who steers the shell and coordinates the power and rhythm of the rowers.
coxswain n. (archaic) The second or third mate of a vessel, in charge of the master's barge.
CRAWLING-crawling v. present participle of crawl.
crawling n. The motion of something that crawls.
HAWFINCH-hawfinch n. A large Eurasian finch, Coccothraustes coccothraustes, with a thick bill.
LACEWING-lacewing n. Any of a number of gauzy-winged insects of certain families within the order Neuroptera.
MACKINAW-mackinaw n. A heavy, woolen cloth.
mackinaw n. A blanket made of wool, formerly distributed to the Amerindians by the U.S. government.
mackinaw n. A flat-bottomed cargo boat; mackinaw boat.
SANDWICH-sandwich n. A dish or foodstuff where two or more slices of bread serve as the wrapper or container of some other.
sandwich n. (by extension) Any combination formed by layering one type of material between two layers of some other.
sandwich n. (Britain) A layer cake or sandwich cake.
WAINSCOT-wainscot n. An area of wooden (especially oaken) panelling on the lower part of a room’s walls.
wainscot v. To decorate a wall with a wainscot.
WATCHING-watching v. present participle of watch.
watching n. The act of one who watches.
WHACKING-whacking v. present participle of whack.
whacking adj. (informal) Exceptionally large; whopping.
whacking n. A beating.
WHINCHAT-whinchat n. A small Old World songbird, Saxicola rubetra, that feeds on insects.
WINCHMAN-winchman n. A man who operates a winch.
WINGBACK-wingback n. (soccer) A player who doubles as a defender when their team is defending, and a winger when they are attacking.
wingback n. (American football) A running back who is in formation near the line of scrimmage and outside the tackles.
wingback n. wingback chair; wing chair.
WRACKING-wracking v. present participle of wrack.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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