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There are 19 eight-letter words containing A, K, O, R and V

BOSHVARK-Sorry, definition not available.
GARVOCKS-garvocks n. plural of garvock.
HAVOCKER-havocker n. A person who causes havoc.
LAVEROCK-laverock n. Alternative form of lark (the bird).
LAVROCKS-lavrocks n. plural of lavrock.
MAKEOVER-makeover n. A major change in the use of something, or in the appearance of something or someone; a radical transformation.
make over v. (idiomatic) To renovate or to convert to a different use, particularly houses, offices, or rooms within.
make over v. (idiomatic) (of a person, particularly a woman) To create a new physical look, especially with a new hairstyle.
OVERBAKE-overbake v. (transitive) To bake for too long.
OVERPACK-overpack v. (intransitive) To pack too much.
overpack n. A container intended to hold smaller containers.
OVERRACK-Sorry, definition not available.
OVERRAKE-overrake v. (transitive) To rake over, or sweep across, from end to end, as waves break over a vessel anchored with.
OVERRANK-overrank adj. Too rank or luxuriant.
OVERSOAK-oversoak v. (transitive) To soak for too long.
OVERTAKE-overtake v. To pass a more slowly moving object.
overtake v. (economics) To become greater than something else.
overtake v. To occur unexpectedly; take by surprise; surprise and overcome; carry away.
OVERTALK-overtalk v. (intransitive) To talk too much.
overtalk v. (transitive) To overcome or persuade by talking; talk over.
overtalk v. (transitive) To overstate; overexaggerate; talk up to seem greater than what is actual.
OVERTASK-overtask v. To task too heavily, to give someone or something to many tasks; overburden.
OVERWEAK-overweak adj. Excessively weak; too feeble.
TAKEOVER-takeover n. (economics) The purchase of one company by another; a merger without the formation of a new company, especially.
takeover n. (economics, Britain) The acquisition of a public company whose shares are listed on a stock exchange.
takeover n. A time or event in which control or authority, especially over a facility is passed from one party to.
VOERTSAK-Sorry, definition not available.
WALKOVER-walkover n. An easy victory; a walkaway.
walkover n. (tennis) A bye or victory awarded to a competitor when a scheduled opponent fails to play a game.
walkover n. A horse race with only one entrant.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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Words in green are found in both the twl06 and the sowpods dictionaries; words in red are only in the sowpods dictionary.


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