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There are 18 eight-letter words containing A, F, G and 2L

BERGFALL-Sorry, definition not available.
FALLINGS-fallings n. plural of falling.
FLAGELLA-flagella n. plural of flagellum.
FLAGLESS-flagless adj. Without a flag.
FLAGPOLE-flagpole n. A tall pole up which one or more flags may be raised and flown.
flagpole v. (Canada, rare) Exit a country momentarily and reenter. Usually this is done to satisfy immigration requirements.
flag pole n. Alternative spelling of flagpole.
FLAILING-flailing v. present participle of flail.
flailing n. A flailing action or motion.
FLATLING-flatling adv. Flatly, plainly.
flatling adv. In a flat position.
flatling adv. With the flat side (e.g. of a weapon).
FLATLONG-flatlong adv. With the flat side downward; not edgewise.
FRUGALLY-frugally adv. In a frugal manner.
FULGURAL-Sorry, definition not available.
FULLAGES-fullages n. plural of fullage.
GASTFULL-Sorry, definition not available.
GLASSFUL-glassful n. The amount that a glass will hold.
glassful adj. (obsolete) glassy; shining like glass.
GOOFBALL-goofball n. (informal, often derogatory) A foolish or silly person.
goofball n. (informal) A pill or tablet containing a pharmaceutical which has hypnotic or intoxicating effects, especially.
goofball adj. Silly.
HALFLING-halfling n. (fantasy) A fictional small humanoid creature featuring in fantasy fiction; a hobbit.
halfling n. (fantasy) A fictional humanoid born of a human parent and a parent of another race in fantasy fiction.
LANGLAUF-langlauf n. Cross-country skiing.
LAUGHFUL-laughful adj. Full of laughter; merry.
LONGLEAF-longleaf n. A longleaf pine, Pinus palustris, or the wood of this tree.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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