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ACCKM

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There are 18 nine-letter words containing A, 2C, K and M

BACKCOMBS-backcombs v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of backcomb.
CAMELBACK-camelback n. (uncountable) The backs of camels.
camelback n. (countable) A flexible water container worn on the back.
camelback n. (countable) A house with a second storey that does not completely cover the ground floor.
CHECKMARK-checkmark n. A mark (✓) made to indicate agreement, correctness or acknowledgement.
checkmark v. (transitive) To mark with a ✓ symbol; to tick.
check mark n. a mark (✓) made to indicate agreement, correctness or acknowledgement.
CHECKMATE-checkmate interj. (chess) Word called out by the victor when making the conclusive move.
checkmate n. The conclusive victory in a game of chess that occurs when an opponent's king is threatened with unavoidable.
checkmate n. (figuratively, by extension) Any losing situation with no escape; utter defeat.
COCKAMAMY-cockamamy adj. foolish, silly.
cockamamy adj. trifling.
COCKLEMAN-cockleman n. A fisherman who catches cockles.
COCKMATCH-cockmatch n. (archaic) A cockfight.
COMEBACKS-comebacks n. plural of comeback.
CRACKSMAN-cracksman n. (archaic, informal) A burglar or safebreaker.
CRACKSMEN-cracksmen n. plural of cracksman.
CRUMMACKS-Sorry, definition not available.
GAMECOCKS-gamecocks n. plural of gamecock.
GIMCRACKS-gimcracks n. plural of gimcrack.
JIMCRACKS-jimcracks n. plural of jimcrack.
MATCHLOCK-matchlock n. Early type of firearm, using a smoldering piece of cord to fire the powder in the firing pan.
matchlock n. The gunlock used in such a weapon, having a slow smouldering match, see: slow match.
MUCKAMUCK-muckamuck n. (US, dialectal, possibly dated) Food.
muckamuck n. (idiomatic, irreverent) A person in a position of power, authority, or status.
muck-a-muck n. Alternative form of muckamuck.
NAMECHECK-namecheck v. (music, especially in jazz) To announce the name of a person before they play a solo.
namecheck v. To name-drop.
TACMAHACK-tacmahack n. Archaic form of tacamahac.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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