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There are 12 nine-letter words containing A, C, P and 2U

BEAUCOUPS-beaucoups n. plural of beaucoup.
CAPITULUM-capitulum n. (botany) A densely clustered inflorescence composed of a large number of individual florets arising from.
capitulum n. (arachnology) The head-like mouthpart apparatus of a tick, including the palpi, mandibles, and hypostome.
capitulum n. (anatomy) A small protuberance on a bone which articulates into another bone to form a ball-and-socket.
CRAPULOUS-crapulous adj. Characterized by excessive eating or drinking.
crapulous adj. Suffering physically from the consequences of excessive eating or drinking.
crapulous adj. Surcharged with liquor; sick from excessive indulgence in drinking or eating; drunk.
NUNCUPATE-nuncupate v. (transitive) To dedicate.
nuncupate v. (transitive) To solemnly pronounce.
nuncupate v. (transitive, law) To declare, usually of a will, by word of mouth only.
OPUSCULAR-Sorry, definition not available.
PIRARUCUS-pirarucus n. plural of pirarucu.
PUNCTUATE-punctuate v. To add punctuation to.
punctuate v. To add or to interrupt at regular intervals.
punctuate v. To emphasize, to stress.
PURSUANCE-pursuance n. A search for something; a pursuit or quest.
pursuance n. A completion or putting into effect of something already begun; a prosecution.
pursuance n. The state of being pursuant; consequence.
SCUPPAUGS-scuppaugs n. plural of scuppaug.
TEACUPFUL-teacupful n. A unit of measure, the capacity or volume of a teacup.
USUCAPION-usucapion n. The acquisition of right or title to an object by means of the passage of time. The legal analog of usucapion.
USUCAPTED-usucapted v. simple past tense and past participle of usucapt.

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