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ADIWY

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There are 20 eight-letter words containing A, D, I, W and Y

CITYWARD-cityward adj. Directed toward cities.
cityward adv. Toward a city or cities.
DRIVEWAY-driveway n. (Britain) and (US) Short private road that leads to a house or garage; (Britain) also: drive.
GUIDEWAY-guideway n. A track along which something is guided, such as a component in a machine, or an automated transit vehicle.
GWYNIADS-gwyniads n. plural of gwyniad.
HIDEAWAY-hideaway n. a hiding place, somewhere one can go to get away from other people.
hideaway adj. Capable of being stored out of sight when not in use.
hide away v. (transitive) To stash or store something in a secret location.
INWARDLY-inwardly adv. In an inward manner; on the inside or to oneself.
inwardly adv. (obsolete) Completely, fully.
RIDGEWAY-ridgeway n. A track or path that follows the highest part of the landscape.
Ridgeway p.n. A surname​.
SIDEWAYS-sideways n. plural of sideway.
sideways adj. Moving or directed toward one side.
sideways adj. (informal) Positioned sideways (with a side to the front).
SKIDWAYS-skidways n. plural of skidway.
SLIDEWAY-slideway n. Any form of track along which things can slide.
TAWDRILY-tawdrily adv. In a tawdry manner.
TIDEWAYS-tideways n. plural of tideway.
WADDYING-waddying v. present participle of waddy.
WAYSIDES-waysides n. plural of wayside.
WHINYARD-whinyard n. (obsolete) A sword, or hanger.
whinyard n. (Britain, dialect, obsolete) The shoveler, a type of duck.
whinyard n. (Britain, dialect, obsolete) The poachard, a type of duck.
WIDTHWAY-widthway adj. Alternative form of widthways.
widthway adv. Alternative form of widthways.
WILLYARD-Sorry, definition not available.
WINDWAYS-windways n. plural of windway.
WIZARDLY-wizardly adj. Like, or suiting a wizard.
WIZARDRY-wizardry n. The art of a wizard; sorcery.
wizardry n. Something, such as an advanced technology, that gives the appearance of magic.
wizardry n. Great ability in some specified field.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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