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There are 19 eight-letter words containing A, 2F, O and T

AFFOREST-afforest v. (transitive) To make into forest.
AFFRONTE-affronté adj. (heraldry) face to face, or with the fronts facing each other.
AFFRONTS-affronts n. plural of affront.
affronts v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of affront.
BLASTOFF-blastoff n. The countdown and launch of a rocket, missile or spacecraft.
blast-off n. Alternative spelling of blastoff.
blast off v. (idiomatic, intransitive) to begin ascent under rocket power.
BOUFFANT-bouffant adj. Of hair or clothing, full-bodied or puffy; puffed out away from head or body.
bouffant n. A popular hairstyle in the mid-to-late 16th century, nowadays common with poodles.
CASTOFFS-castoffs n. plural of castoff.
FLATFOOT-flatfoot n. (chiefly in the plural) A condition in which the arch of the foot makes contact with the ground.
flatfoot n. A person having the above condition.
flatfoot n. (colloquial, archaic, pejorative, law enforcement) (plural typically flatfoots) A policeman.
FOALFOOT-foalfoot n. coltsfoot.
FOOTFALL-footfall n. (countable) The sound made by a footstep.
footfall n. (chiefly Britain, uncountable) Foot (pedestrian) traffic.
foot-fall n. Alternative spelling of footfall.
FORFAULT-Sorry, definition not available.
GRAFFITO-graffito n. (archaeology and related fields) An informal inscription, as by a worker or vandal.
graffito n. (rare) A single instance of graffiti in the art/vandalism sense.
OFFBEATS-offbeats n. plural of offbeat.
OFFCASTS-offcasts n. plural of offcast.
OFFSTAGE-offstage adj. Of, or relating to that part of a stage not visible to the audience.
offstage adj. Of, or relating to the private life of a celebrity.
offstage adv. Taking place offstage (as above).
OFFTAKES-offtakes n. plural of offtake.
OFFTRACK-offtrack adj. Alternative spelling of off-track.
off-track adj. Away from an intended route; wayward.
off-track adj. (of gambling) conducted away from a racetrack.
STANDOFF-standoff n. A device which maintains a fixed distance between two objects, especially between a surface and a sign.
standoff n. A deadlocked confrontation between antagonists (see stand off and verb below).
standoff v. Nonstandard spelling of stand off.
TAKEOFFS-takeoffs n. plural of takeoff.
take-offs n. plural of take-off.
TRADEOFF-tradeoff n. An advantage or improvement that necessitates the corresponding loss or degradation of something else.
trade-off n. Any situation in which the quality or quantity of one thing must be decreased for another to be increased.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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