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There are 18 eight-letter words containing A, F, I, K and N

BLACKFIN-blackfin n. bluefin tuna.
CALFSKIN-calfskin n. A fine leather made from the hide of a calf.
FANGLIKE-fanglike adj. Resembling a fang.
FANKLING-fankling v. present participle of fankle.
FAUNLIKE-faunlike adj. Resembling a faun or some aspect of one.
FAWNLIKE-fawnlike adj. Resembling a fawn or some aspect of one.
FINBACKS-finbacks n. plural of finback.
FINMARKS-Finmarks n. plural of Finmark.
FINNACKS-Sorry, definition not available.
FINNMARK-Finnmark p.n. A county in Norway.
FLACKING-flacking v. present participle of flack.
FLANKING-flanking v. present participle of flank.
FRACKING-fracking n. (oil industry) Hydraulic fracturing.
fracking adj. (slang, euphemistic, bowdlerization) Fucking.
FRANKING-franking n. (countable) A device or marking such as postage stamp, printed or stamped impressions, codings, labels.
franking n. (Australia, finance, uncountable) A corporate tax system in which some or all of the tax paid by a company.
franking v. present participle of frank.
FRANKLIN-franklin n. (obsolete except historical) A freeholder, especially as belonging to a class of landowners in the 14th.
Franklin p.n. A surname​.
Franklin p.n. Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), American author, scientist, inventor, and diplomat, and one of the Founding.
FREAKING-freaking v. present participle of freak.
freaking n. (dated) A streak or variegation in a pattern.
freaking adj. (euphemistic, slang, vulgar, chiefly US) Fucking.
KNIFEMAN-knifeman n. Someone who uses a knife as a weapon.
RATFINKS-ratfinks n. plural of ratfink.
rat finks n. plural of rat fink.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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