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There are 10 nine-letter words containing A, C, 2K and N

ANTIKNOCK-antiknock adj. of an additive added to petroleum/gasoline to reduce the occurrence of engine knock.
antiknock n. Such a substance, usually tetraethyl lead (also MMT, MTBE and ethanol).
anti-knock adj. Alternative form of antiknock.
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.
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.
KICKSTAND-kickstand n. A levered bar that can be folded down from the frame of a bicycle or motorcycle to prop it upright when.
kickstand n. A similar folding bar to prop up a mobile phone or similar device when it is being used on a surface.
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.
KNAPSACKS-knapsacks n. plural of knapsack.
knapsacks v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of knapsack.
NICKNACKS-nicknacks n. plural of nicknack.
nick-nacks n. plural of nick-nack.
PICKTHANK-pickthank n. A sycophant, a yes-man; one who meddles, tattles, informs (often in order to curry favour).
pickthank adj. Of or relating to pickthanks.
POCKMANKY-Sorry, definition not available.

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