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There are 15 nine-letter words containing 2A, C, T and W

ANTWACKIE-Sorry, definition not available.
BACKWATER-backwater n. The water held back by a dam or other obstruction.
backwater n. (idiomatic) A remote place; somewhere that remains unaffected by new events, progresses, ideas, etc.
backwater n. A rowing stroke in which the oar is pushed forward to stop the boat; see back water.
CASTAWAYS-castaways n. plural of castaway.
CATERWAUL-caterwaul v. (intransitive) To cry as cats in heat; to make a harsh, offensive noise.
caterwaul v. (intransitive) To have a noisy argument, like cats.
caterwaul n. A yowling.
COASTWARD-coastward adj. towards the coast.
coastward adv. towards the coast.
HATCHWAYS-hatchways n. plural of hatchway.
JACKSTRAW-jackstraw n. (usually plural) One of the pieces used for the game variously called jackstraws or pick-up-sticks.
jackstraw n. (dated) An insignificant person.
jackstraw adj. Resembling a bundle of jackstraws that has been strewn on a surface.
SWASTICAS-swasticas n. plural of swastica.
TRACKWAYS-trackways n. plural of trackway.
WAISTCOAT-waistcoat n. An ornamental garment worn under a doublet.
waistcoat n. (chiefly Britain) A sleeveless, collarless garment worn over a shirt and under a suit jacket.
WALLCHART-wallchart n. (education) A large informational chart, typically hung on the wall of a classroom.
wall chart n. Alternative form of wallchart.
WARCRAFTS-warcrafts n. plural of warcraft.
WATCHABLE-watchable adj. That can be watched.
watchable adj. That is worth watching; interesting or thrilling to watch.
watchable n. Something to be watched, or worth watching.
WATCHBAND-watchband n. a band of leather, metal etc that fastens a wristwatch to the wrist; a watchstrap.
WATCHCASE-watchcase n. The casing that holds the mechanism of a watch.

* 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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