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There are 18 eight-letter words containing A, C, I, R and W

AIRCREWS-aircrews n. plural of aircrew.
AIRSCREW-airscrew n. The propeller of an aircraft; the prop.
airscrew n. Any actuator disk whose working fluid is air.
ARCHWISE-archwise adj. In the shape of an arch.
archwise adv. In the shape of an arch.
BAWDRICS-Sorry, definition not available.
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.
CRABWISE-crabwise adj. In the manner of a crab; sideways.
crabwise adj. (figuratively) Incidental.
crabwise adv. In the manner of a crab; sideways.
CRAWFISH-crawfish n. (Southern US, Midwestern US and Western US) Alternative form of crayfish.
crawfish n. (Quebec, Canada, slang, derogatory) A slur against Anglo-Canadians used in some corners of Quebec (including…
crawfish v. (colloquial, Southern US) To backpedal, desert or withdraw (also used with out).
CRAWLIER-crawlier adj. comparative form of crawly: more crawly.
CRAWLING-crawling v. present participle of crawl.
crawling n. The motion of something that crawls.
MICAWBER-Micawber n. A person who is poor but eternally optimistic, believing that "something will turn up", like the fictional…
Micawber v. To be optimistic that "something will turn up", in the style of Wilkins Micawber.
RICKSHAW-rickshaw n. A two-wheeled carriage pulled along by a person.
rickshaw v. to move someone by means of a rickshaw (noun sense).
'rickshaw n. (dated, hypercorrect) Alternative form of rickshaw.
TWISCARS-twiscars n. plural of twiscar.
WHACKIER-whackier adj. comparative form of whacky: more whacky.
WHITRACK-Sorry, definition not available.
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…
WISEACRE-wiseacre n. One who feigns knowledge or cleverness; one who is wisecracking; an insolent upstart.
wiseacre n. (obsolete) A learned or wise man.
WRACKING-wracking v. present participle of wrack.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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