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AKLOO

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There are 15 eight-letter words containing A, K, L and 2O

ALCOLOCK-alcolock n. A mechanism that prevents a car from starting if the driver has exceeded the legal limits of alcohol consumption.
BOOKABLE-bookable adj. Able to be booked or reserved.
bookable adj. (Britain, sports) Warranting a booking (a yellow card).
BOOKLAND-bookland n. (Anglo-Saxon) In Anglo-Saxon society, land held by charter or written title, free from all fief, fee.
COOKABLE-cookable adj. That can be cooked; suitable for cooking.
LAWBOOKS-lawbooks n. plural of lawbook.
MOONWALK-moonwalk n. An exploration of the Moon's surface on foot (by an astronaut).
moonwalk n. (dance) A dance style in which the dancer slides backwards though the feet move as if he were walking.
moonwalk v. (intransitive) To walk on the surface of the Moon.
OARLOCKS-oarlocks n. plural of oarlock.
OOLAKANS-oolakans n. plural of oolakan.
PALOOKAS-palookas n. plural of palooka.
PLAYBOOK-playbook n. A book containing the text of a play.
playbook n. A book of games and amusements for children.
playbook n. (US, American football) A book of strategies (plays) for use in American football.
TALOOKAS-talookas n. plural of talooka.
WOODLARK-woodlark n. A lark, Lullula arborea, the only member of the genus Lullula.
WOOLPACK-woolpack n. A bag of wool, traditionally weighing 240 pounds.
WOOLSACK-woolsack n. A wool bale or cushion, the traditional seat of the Lord Speaker in the British House of Lords.
WORKLOAD-workload n. The amount of work assigned to a particular worker, normally in a specified time period.
workload n. The amount of work that a machine can handle or produce.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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