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List of 8-letter words containing

AEEPW

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There are 12 eight-letter words containing A, 2E, P and W

KNAPWEED-knapweed n. Any of various common weeds of the genus Centaurea.
NEWSPEAK-newspeak n. A mode of talk by politicians and officials using ambiguous words to deceive the listener.
Newspeak p.n. The fictional language devised to meet the needs of Ingsoc in the novel Nineteen Eighty-four (George Orwell.
Newspeak p.n. (computer languages) A highly dynamic and reflective programming language descended from Smalltalk, supporting.
PAGEVIEW-pageview n. (Internet) An individual viewing of a web page by a user, often counted when measuring a web site's popularity.
PALEWISE-palewise adv. (heraldry, archaic) In the manner of pales, divided by perpendicular lines.
PERSWADE-perswade v. Obsolete spelling of persuade.
SNAPWEED-snapweed n. (botany) Certain species of Impatiens.
SPAEWIFE-spaewife n. female fortuneteller.
SPEEDWAY-speedway n. (uncountable) A form of motorcycle racing on dirt tracks using motorcycles with neither brakes nor gears.
speedway n. A racetrack venue designated especially for the sport of auto racing.
speedway n. (chiefly US) A road for high speed traffic; an expressway.
SWEETPEA-sweetpea n. Alternative spelling of sweet pea.
sweet pea n. A flowering plant, Lathyrus odoratus, grown for its bright colours and sweet fragrance.
sweet pea n. (colloquial) A term of endearment for something sweet or lovely; a child or a pet, for example.
WAPPERED-wappered v. simple past tense and past participle of wapper.
WEAPONED-weaponed adj. Armed with a weapon.
weaponed adj. (figuratively) Equipped, prepared.
WEBPAGES-webpages n. plural of webpage.
web-pages n. plural of web-page.
web pages n. plural of web page.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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