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There are 19 nine-letter words containing A, B, G, H and O

ABHORRING-abhorring n. Detestation. [Mid 16th century.].
abhorring n. A detested thing. [Mid 16th century.].
abhorring v. present participle of abhor.
BAGHOUSES-baghouses n. plural of baghouse.
BAROGRAPH-barograph n. A type of barometer that continuously records air pressure on a sheet or rotating drum.
BEACHGOER-beachgoer n. Someone who goes to the beach.
beach-goer n. Alternative form of beachgoer.
BIOGRAPHS-biographs n. plural of biograph.
BIOGRAPHY-biography n. A person's life story, especially one published.
biography v. (transitive) To write a biography of.
BOLOGRAPH-Sorry, definition not available.
BROACHING-broaching v. present participle of broach.
BROUGHAMS-broughams n. plural of brougham.
BROUGHTAS-Sorry, definition not available.
BUSHGOATS-Sorry, definition not available.
DOUCHEBAG-douchebag n. A sterile container which holds the fluid used for giving a vaginal douche.
douchebag n. (US, slang, vulgar) A jerk or asshole; a mean or rude person; someone seen as being arrogant, snobby or.
douchebag n. (US, slang) Any social misfit; a doofus, dork, or nerd.
HABERGEON-habergeon n. (historical) A sleeveless coat of chain mail.
HAMBONING-hamboning v. present participle of hambone.
HARBORAGE-harborage n. (US, nautical) A place for refuge for a vessel.
harborage n. (US, law) A condition on land favorable to infestation by animals considered pests.
HARBORING-harboring v. present participle of harbor.
HOBDAYING-hobdaying v. present participle of hobday.
ROUGHBACK-Sorry, definition not available.
SCHOOLBAG-schoolbag n. A satchel used to carry supplies for school; a bookbag.

* 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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