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There are 16 eight-letter words containing A, F, K, L and O

BACKFLOW-backflow n. The flow of a fluid (through a pipe etc) in a direction opposite to that which is normal or intended.
FLATWORK-flatwork n. (construction) Horizontal construction work using concrete, such as floors.
FLOKATIS-flokatis n. plural of flokati.
FOAMLIKE-foamlike adj. Resembling foam; foamy.
FOLDBACK-foldback n. A current-limiting feature in power supplies and amplifiers.
foldback n. The use of rear-facing heavy-duty loudspeakers on stage during live music performances.
foldback n. (genetics) A denatured (single-strand) DNA molecule that has formed base pair bonds with itself.
FOLKLAND-folkland n. (law, obsolete, Britain) Land held in villeinage, being distributed among the folk, or people, at the.
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.
FOLKWAYS-folkways n. plural of folkway.
FORKBALL-forkball n. (baseball) A baseball pitch, much like the sinker.
FORKTAIL-forktail n. Any of various small insectivorous birds in the genus Enicurus.
forktail n. (Britain, dialect) A salmon in its fourth year's growth.
FORSLACK-forslack v. (intransitive, rare) To slack up; be or grow slack; pall.
forslack v. (transitive, obsolete) To be slack in; neglect by idleness; relax; render slack; delay; lose or spoil.
KORFBALL-korfball n. (uncountable) A non-contact unisex team sport originating from Holland, similar to netball, where players.
korfball n. (countable) The ball used in the sport of korfball.
LOCKFAST-lockfast adj. (Scotland) Fastened or secured with a lock.
OUTFLANK-outflank v. (transitive) To maneuver around and behind the flank of (an opposing force).
outflank v. (transitive) To gain a tactical advantage over (a competitor, for example).
out-flank v. Alternative spelling of outflank.
ROCKFALL-rockfall n. A quantity of rocks that has fallen from a cliff etc.
SEAFOLKS-Sorry, definition not available.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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