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There are 15 nine-letter words containing 2A, B, K and O

AEROBRAKE-aerobrake n. A mechanism for aerobraking.
aerobrake v. To perform aerobraking.
BACKBOARD-backboard n. (basketball) The flat vertical surface to which the basket is attached.
backboard n. (tennis) A flat vertical wall with the image of a tennis net drawn or painted on it. Designed to practice.
backboard n. (medicine, first aid) A spine board.
BACKLOADS-backloads v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of backload.
BAKEBOARD-bakeboard n. (now rare) A board upon which dough is prepared (kneaded, etc) while making bread.
BOARDWALK-boardwalk n. A path for pedestrians, typically made out of wood and running alongside a beach.
GAOLBREAK-gaolbreak n. Alternative form of jailbreak.
KATABOLIC-katabolic adj. Alternative form of catabolic.
LOANBACKS-loanbacks n. plural of loanback.
loan-backs n. plural of loan-back.
PACKBOARD-packboard n. A board worn on the back like a backpack for carrying goods while travelling.
RAZORBACK-razorback n. (US, southeastern US, informal) A thin feral pig.
razorback n. A sleeveless shirt whose back consists of a narrow strip of fabric that fits between the wearer's shoulderblades.
SOAPBARKS-soapbarks n. plural of soapbark.
TACKBOARD-tackboard n. Synonym of pinboard.
WAKEBOARD-wakeboard n. The board one stands on for wakeboarding.
wakeboard v. To take part in wakeboarding.
WALKABOUT-walkabout n. (Australian aboriginal) A nomadic excursion into the bush, especially one taken by young teenage boys.
walkabout n. A walking trip.
walkabout n. (Britain) A public stroll by some celebrity to meet a group of people informally.
ZAMBOORAK-zamboorak n. A light swivelling gun, traditionally mounted on, and fired from, the the back of a camel.

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