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

BRAKEAGES-Sorry, definition not available.
BREAKAGES-breakages n. plural of breakage.
BROKERAGE-brokerage n. A business, firm, or company whose business is to act as a broker (e.g, stockbroker).
brokerage n. The commission paid to a broker.
DEBEAKING-debeaking v. present participle of debeak.
EAGLEHAWK-eaglehawk n. A large Australian eagle, Aquila audax.
eagle-hawk n. Alternative spelling of eaglehawk.
GABLELIKE-gablelike adj. Resembling a gable or some aspect of one.
GAUZELIKE-gauzelike adj. Like or resembling gauze.
GEEKSPEAK-geekspeak n. (colloquial) A type of slang used by geeks, especially computer geeks. It incorporates several terms derived.
GENNAKERS-gennakers n. plural of gennaker.
GLADELIKE-gladelike adj. Resembling a glade or some aspect of one.
GRAPELIKE-grapelike adj. Resembling a grape or some aspect of grapes.
GRAVELIKE-gravelike adj. Resembling a grave (burial place) or some aspect of one.
GREENBACK-greenback n. (US) Any bill that is legal tender in the US (originally printed with green and black ink) issued by the.
greenback n. The United States dollar.
greenback n. A unit of American currency issued during the Civil War by the Treasury Department.
GREYWACKE-greywacke n. (geology) A hard dark sandstone with poorly sorted angular grains of quartz, feldspar, and small rock.
NECKGEARS-Sorry, definition not available.
REGMAKERS-Sorry, definition not available.
REPACKAGE-repackage v. To package again, to give new packaging to.
STAGELIKE-stagelike adj. Resembling or characteristic of a stage (setting where a dramatic work is performed).
stagelike adj. (sciences) proceeding through discrete stages; often used of developmental processes.
WEAKENING-weakening v. present participle of weaken.
weakening n. An instance or process of loss of strength.
weakening n. (uncountable, mathematics) A structural principle of mathematical logic that states that the hypotheses.
WRECKAGES-wreckages n. plural of wreckage.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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