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There are 18 thirteen-letter words containing 2A, I, 2P and U

APHANIPTEROUS-aphanipterous adj. (zoology) Of or pertaining to the Aphaniptera, a former classification of insects.
APPENDICULATE-appendiculate adj. (biology) Describes anything that has the nature of an appendage, such as the leg or antenna of an insect.
appendiculate adj. (mycology) Describes a mushroom that has partial veil remnants hanging along the cap margin.
APPOGGIATURAS-appoggiaturas n. plural of appoggiatura.
APPROPINQUATE-appropinquate v. (obscure, transitive, intransitive) to approach, to near.
DEPAUPERATING-depauperating v. present participle of depauperate.
PANLEUCOPENIA-Sorry, definition not available.
PANLEUKOPENIA-panleukopenia n. A distemper of cats caused by a strain of Parvovirus.
PAPILLOMATOUS-papillomatous adj. having papillomae.
PAPOVAVIRUSES-papovaviruses n. plural of papovavirus.
PAUPERISATION-pauperisation n. Alternative spelling of pauperization.
PAUPERIZATION-pauperization n. The act or process of reducing to pauperism.
PHOSPHATURIAS-phosphaturias n. plural of phosphaturia.
PIPIWHARAUROA-Sorry, definition not available.
SUPPLANTATION-supplantation n. The act of supplanting.
supplantation n. The condition of having been displaced.
UNAPPARELLING-unapparelling v. present participle of unapparel.
UNAPPEALINGLY-unappealingly adv. In an unappealing manner.
UNAPPRECIATED-unappreciated adj. Not deemed to have any value.
unappreciated adj. (of an investment) Not having risen in value.
UNAPPROPRIATE-unappropriate v. (transitive) To take from private possession; to restore to the possession or right of all.
unappropriate adj. Inappropriate; unsuitable.
unappropriate adj. (obsolete) Not appropriated.

* 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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