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There are 13 nine-letter words containing A, O, P, T and Z

AZEOTROPE-azeotrope n. (physics) A mixture of two or more substances whose liquid and gaseous forms have the same composition.
AZEOTROPY-azeotropy n. (physics, chemistry) The formation of an azeotrope; the condition of being azeotropic.
OPERATIZE-operatize v. (transitive) To convert into operatic form.
PANZOOTIC-panzootic adj. (of a disease) affecting animals of many species.
PATRONIZE-patronize v. (transitive) To make a patron.
patronize v. (transitive) To act as a patron; to protect, defend, support.
patronize v. (transitive) To assume a tone of unjustified superiority; to talk down to; to treat condescendingly.
PIZZICATO-pizzicato adv. (music) An instruction to players of stringed instruments to pluck the strings instead of using the bow.
pizzicato n. (music) A note that is played pizzicato.
PROTOZOAL-protozoal adj. protozoan.
PROTOZOAN-protozoan n. (cytology) Any of the diverse group of eukaryotes, of the phylum Protozoa, that are primarily unicellular.
protozoan adj. Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a protozoan.
TRAPEZOID-trapezoid n. (geometry, US) A (convex) quadrilateral with two (non-adjacent) parallel sides.
trapezoid n. (geometry, Britain, Australia, New Zealand) A convex quadrilateral with no sides parallel and no equal.
trapezoid n. (anatomy) The trapezoid bone of the wrist.
ZAPATEADO-zapateado n. A dance of Mexican Indian origin characterized by a lively rhythm punctuated by the striking of the dancer's.
ZAPOTILLA-zapotilla n. Alternative form of sapodilla.
ZELOTYPIA-zelotypia n. (formal) jealousy.
ZOOPLASTY-zooplasty n. the surgical grafting of tissue from an animal to a human; zoografting.

* 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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