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There are 18 nine-letter words containing A, E, P and 2U

BEAUCOUPS-beaucoups n. plural of beaucoup.
EUPHAUSID-euphausid n. (zoology) Any member of the Euphausidae.
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.
PLUMULATE-Sorry, definition not available.
PULLULATE-pullulate v. To multiply rapidly.
pullulate v. To germinate.
pullulate v. To teem; to be filled (with).
PUNCTUATE-punctuate v. To add punctuation to.
punctuate v. To add or to interrupt at regular intervals.
punctuate v. To emphasize, to stress.
PURPUREAL-purpureal adj. Of a purple color.
PURSUABLE-pursuable adj. Able to be pursued or followed.
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.
PUSTULATE-pustulate v. To form, or be formed into pustules.
pustulate adj. Having pustules or prominences resembling them.
QUADRUPED-quadruped n. a four-footed or four-legged animal.
quadruped n. a mammal ambulating on all fours.
QUADRUPLE-quadruple adj. Being four times as long, as big or as many of something.
quadruple v. (transitive) To multiply by four.
quadruple v. (intransitive) To increase by a factor of four.
SUPERSAUR-Sorry, definition not available.
SUPPURATE-suppurate v. (intransitive) To form or discharge pus.
suppurate v. (transitive) To cause to generate pus.
TEACUPFUL-teacupful n. A unit of measure, the capacity or volume of a teacup.
ULTRAPURE-ultrapure adj. extremely pure.
UNPLAGUED-unplagued adj. Not plagued.
USUCAPTED-usucapted v. simple past tense and past participle of usucapt.

* 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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