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There are 19 eight-letter words containing A, D, G, L and P

ANGLEPOD-Sorry, definition not available.
DAPPLING-dappling v. present participle of dapple.
dappling n. A dappled pattern.
DIAGLYPH-diaglyph n. Glyptic art consisting of a sunken or depressed engraving or carving on a stone or gem.
DIPLEGIA-diplegia n. (medicine) Paralysis that affects symmetrically opposed parts of the body.
GALLOPED-galloped v. simple past tense and past participle of gallop.
GALOPADE-Sorry, definition not available.
GALOPPED-Sorry, definition not available.
GLADWRAP-glad-wrap n. attributive form of glad wrap.
glad wrap n. (Australia, New Zealand, sometimes US) Thin plastic film used as a wrap for food, etc.
GRAPPLED-grappled v. simple past tense and past participle of grapple.
PADDLING-paddling v. present participle of paddle (all senses).
paddling n. The act of using a paddle.
paddling n. An act of corporal punishment consisting of spanking the buttocks with a paddle.
PEDALING-pedaling v. present participle of pedal.
pedaling n. (music) The set of pedal movements to be performed when playing a piano or organ.
PILLAGED-pillaged v. simple past tense and past participle of pillage.
PLAIDING-plaiding n. plaid cloth.
PLEADING-pleading n. The act of making a plea.
pleading n. (law) A document filed in a lawsuit, particularly a document initiating litigation or responding to the.
pleading v. present participle of plead.
PLUMAGED-plumaged adj. Having plumage.
PODAGRAL-podagral adj. Relating to podagra.
PRODIGAL-prodigal adj. wastefully extravagant.
prodigal adj. (often followed by of or with) someone yielding profusely, lavish.
prodigal adj. profuse, lavishly abundant.
PYGIDIAL-pygidial adj. Of, or pertaining to, the pygidium.
SPANGLED-spangled v. simple past tense and past participle of spangle.
spangled adj. Having spangles.

* 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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