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There are 16 nine-letter words containing A, B, D, K and W

BACKDOWNS-backdowns n. plural of backdown.
BACKSWORD-backsword n. A sword with one sharp edge.
backsword n. (Britain, dated) A stick with a basket handle, used in rustic amusements.
backsword n. (Britain, dated) The game in which the stick is used.
BACKWARDS-backwards adj. Oriented toward the back.
backwards adj. Reversed.
backwards adj. (derogatory) Behind current trends or technology.
BACKWOODS-backwoods n. Partly or wholly uncleared forest, especially in North America.
backwoods n. A remote or sparsely inhabited region, especially in North America; away from big towns and from the influence.
backwoods adj. Pertaining to the backwoods.
BACKWORDS-backwords n. plural of backword.
BEADWORKS-beadworks n. plural of beadwork.
BLACKWOOD-blackwood n. (countable) any of several trees yielding a very dark wood.
blackwood n. (uncountable) the very dark wood of such trees.
Blackwood p.n. Any of many places in England, Scotland and the United States.
BLADEWORK-bladework n. The skill of handling the blade of an oar in rowing.
BOARDWALK-boardwalk n. A path for pedestrians, typically made out of wood and running alongside a beach.
BREAKDOWN-breakdown n. A failure, particularly mechanical; something that has failed.
breakdown n. A physical collapse or lapse of mental stability.
breakdown n. Listing, division or categorization in great detail.
BULWARKED-bulwarked v. simple past tense and past participle of bulwark.
DRAWBACKS-drawbacks n. plural of drawback.
SKEWBALDS-skewbalds n. plural of skewbald.
WAKEBOARD-wakeboard n. The board one stands on for wakeboarding.
wakeboard v. To take part in wakeboarding.
WINDBREAK-windbreak n. (agriculture) a hedge, fence or row of trees positioned to reduce wind damage to crops.
windbreak n. a sheet or stack of material used to protect people or fire from wind.
wind-break n. Alternative spelling of windbreak.
WORDBREAK-wordbreak n. Alternative form of word break.
word break n. A point in writing where a word is split so that part of it is relegated to the next line, typically at.
word-break n. Alternative form of word break.

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