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There are 20 eight-letter words containing A, C, K, L and Y

BLACKBOY-blackboy n. (Australia, obsolete, possibly offensive) An Aboriginal boy or servant.
blackboy n. (Australia, informal) Any plant in the genus Xanthorrhoea, native to Australia.
black boy n. Alternative spelling of blackboy.
BLACKFLY-blackfly n. A black or dark green aphid that is a common pest of agricultural crops.
blackfly n. Any of various small black bloodsucking flies of the family Simuliidae.
black fly n. Alternative spelling of blackfly.
CLAYBANK-claybank n. A dun-coloured horse.
CLAYLIKE-claylike adj. Resembling clay.
CRANKILY-crankily adv. In a cranky manner.
CREAKILY-creakily adv. In a creaky manner.
CROAKILY-croakily adv. In a croaky manner.
EYEBLACK-eyeblack n. Alternative spelling of eye black.
eye black n. (US) a grease smeared under the eyes of sports players to reduce glare from sunlight or stadium lights.
FLACKERY-flackery n. The aggressive public relations activity associated with press agents.
FLYBACKS-flybacks n. plural of flyback.
GARLICKY-garlicky adj. Tasting or smelling of garlic.
HICKYMAL-Sorry, definition not available.
LACKADAY-lackaday interj. (dated) An expression of regret or grief.
LACKEYED-lackeyed v. simple past tense and past participle of lackey.
LATCHKEY-latchkey n. A key, especially to an outside door.
latchkey n. A child who is given a key to the home and is expected to remain at home alone (without adult supervision.
latchkey adj. Equipped with a key; generally in the phrase latchkey child.
LAYBACKS-laybacks n. plural of layback.
LAYLOCKS-laylocks n. plural of laylock.
LOCKAWAY-lock away v. (transitive) To lock up; to lock in a safe place, out of view.
PLAYBACK-playback n. The replaying of something previously recorded, especially sound or moving images.
play back v. (idiomatic, transitive) To replay a recording.
ROCKLAYS-rocklays n. plural of rocklay.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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