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There are 17 eight-letter words containing A, E, F, K and O

BREAKOFF-breakoff n. discontinuance (act of breaking off).
break-off n. (billiards, snooker) The first shot in a game of snooker or other cue-game.
break-off v. To play the first shot in a game of snooker.
ECOFREAK-ecofreak n. (informal, derogatory) A person with a passion for protecting the natural environment; an ecological activist.
FOAMLIKE-foamlike adj. Resembling foam; foamy.
FOLKTALE-folktale n. A tale or story that is part of the oral tradition of a people or a place.
folk tale n. Alternative spelling of folktale.
FOREPEAK-forepeak n. (nautical) The part of the hold of a ship within the angle of the bow.
FORERANK-forerank n. The first rank; the front.
FORKHEAD-forkhead n. (obsolete) An arrow with a barbed tip.
forkhead n. (biochemistry) A sequence of amino acids that forms a motif, in FOX proteins, that binds to DNA.
FORSAKEN-forsaken adj. Deserted; abandoned.
forsaken adj. Helpless.
forsaken v. past participle of forsake.
FORSAKER-forsaker n. One who forsakes.
FORSAKES-forsakes v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of forsake.
FORSPEAK-forspeak v. (transitive, dialectal, Northern England and Scotland) To injure or cause bad luck through immoderate.
forspeak v. (transitive, obsolete) To bewitch, to charm.
forspeak v. (transitive, obsolete) To forbid, to prohibit; to oppose. [15th–19th c.].
FREAKOUT-freakout n. (slang) A frightening or disorientating experience, especially one that results from the use of a hallucinogenic.
freakout n. (slang) An occurrence of unrestrained or irrational behaviour.
freak-out n. The act of freaking out.
OFFTAKES-offtakes n. plural of offtake.
RAKEOFFS-rake-offs n. plural of rake-off.
SEAFOLKS-Sorry, definition not available.
TAKEOFFS-takeoffs n. plural of takeoff.
take-offs n. plural of take-off.
WORKFARE-workfare n. (US) A form of welfare in which people are required to work as a condition of receiving aid.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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