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There are 19 nine-letter words containing A, E, K, P and W

BACKSWEPT-backswept adj. Swept back.
CAPEWORKS-Sorry, definition not available.
KNAPWEEDS-knapweeds n. plural of knapweed.
MOPEHAWKS-Sorry, definition not available.
NEWSPEAKS-newspeaks n. plural of newspeak.
Newspeaks n. plural of Newspeak.
PACKWAXES-Sorry, definition not available.
PAPERWORK-paperwork n. routine work involving written documents.
paperwork n. written documents.
paperwork n. (hyperbolic) excessive paperwork, busy work, red tape.
PAWKINESS-pawkiness n. The quality of being pawky.
pawkiness n. (Scotland, Northern England, Ireland) Something that is pawky; something arch or shrewd; a subtlety.
ROPEWALKS-ropewalks n. plural of ropewalk.
rope-walks n. plural of rope-walk.
SHEEPWALK-sheepwalk n. Land given to pasturing of sheep, smaller than a sheep-run.
SLEEPWALK-sleepwalk v. (intransitive) To walk and/or perform other actions while sleeping; to somnambulate.
SPACEWALK-spacewalk n. Any activity by an astronaut outside of a spacecraft or space station in space; extravehicular activity.
spacewalk v. To perform a spacewalk.
space walk n. Any activity performed by an astronaut outside of a space vehicle in space.
SPADEWORK-spadework n. Work done by digging with a spade.
spadework n. (figuratively) Work done in preparation for something else.
SWEEPBACK-sweepback n. The rearward angle of the leading edge of a wing, or airfoil.
SWEPTBACK-sweptback adj. (of an aircraft wing) angled backwards from its attachment to the fuselage.
sweptback adj. (of a hairstyle) backswept.
WAPENTAKE-wapentake n. An administrative subdivision in northern English counties, developed under Norse influence, and corresponding.
WHIPSNAKE-whip snake n. Any of the slender snakes of diverse general and species.
WORKPLACE-workplace n. The place where someone works.
WORKSPACE-workspace n. An area allocated for someone to work in, especially in an office.
workspace n. (computing) A file (or system of files) in which related software and data can be manipulated or developed.
workspace n. (computing, graphical user interface) An empty portion of the screen or window that serves as a container.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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Words in green are found in both the twl06 and the sowpods dictionaries; words in red are only in the sowpods dictionary.

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