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There are 20 nine-letter words containing A, C, E and 2K

BACKCHECK-backcheck v. (transitive, ice hockey) To check (an opposing player) while skating toward or near one's own goal.
backcheck v. (intransitive, ice hockey) To engage in checking while skating toward or near one's own goal.
BREAKBACK-break back v. (tennis, of a receiver) To win a game having lost a service game, or during a tiebreak, to win a point.
BREAKNECK-breakneck adj. Dangerously fast; hell-for-leather.
breakneck n. A fall that breaks the neck.
breakneck n. A dangerous steep place from which one could fall.
BUCKRAKES-Sorry, definition not available.
CAKEWALKS-cakewalks n. plural of cakewalk.
cake walks n. plural of cake walk.
cake-walks n. plural of cake-walk.
CHALKLIKE-chalklike adj. Having characteristics of chalk.
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.
JACKKNIFE-jackknife n. Alternative spelling of jack-knife.
jackknife n. (statistics) A resampling method that applies estimators to all subsamples that each omit a single different.
jackknife v. Alternative spelling of jack-knife.
KNACKERED-knackered adj. (Britain, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, slang) tired or exhausted.
knackered v. simple past tense and past participle of knacker.
knackered adj. (Britain, Ireland, South Africa, colloquial) Broken, inoperative.
KNACKIEST-Sorry, definition not available.
LOCKMAKER-Sorry, definition not available.
MUCKRAKED-muckraked v. simple past tense and past participle of muckrake.
MUCKRAKER-muckraker n. (US) One who investigates and exposes issues of corruption that often violate widely held values; e.g.
muckraker n. (Britain) A sensationalist, scandal-mongering journalist, one who is not driven by any social principles.
muckraker n. (US, historical) One of a group of American investigative reporters, novelists and critics of the Progressive.
MUCKRAKES-muckrakes v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of muckrake.
PLACEKICK-placekick n. (in several forms of football) A kick of the ball from a stationary position.
placekick v. (in several forms of football) To kick the ball from a stationary position, especially as a means of scoring.
place-kick v. Alternative form of placekick.
SKEWBACKS-skewbacks n. plural of skewback.
SKYJACKED-skyjacked v. simple past tense and past participle of skyjack.
SKYJACKER-skyjacker n. A person who commits skyjacking, who skyjacks.
SMOKEJACK-smokejack n. A device for turning a spit by means of a fly or wheel moved by the current of ascending air in a chimney.
STOCKTAKE-stocktake n. (Britain) An event in which stock is taken of something.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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