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AALRRV

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There are 19 thirteen-letter words containing 2A, L, 2R and V

EXTRAVASCULAR-extravascular adj. Situated or happening outside of the blood vessels or lymph vessels.
FIBROVASCULAR-fibrovascular adj. Having both fibrous and vascular tissue.
GRAVIMETRICAL-gravimetrical adj. gravimetric.
INTRAVASCULAR-intravascular adj. Pertaining to anything inside blood vessels, including the internal surface of veins and arteries.
LAEVOROTATORY-laevorotatory adj. Alternative spelling of levorotatory.
lævorotatory adj. Alternative spelling of levorotatory.
MICROVASCULAR-microvascular adj. (anatomy) Of or pertaining to extremely small blood vessels.
NEUROVASCULAR-neurovascular adj. (anatomy) Of or pertaining to both nerves and blood vessels.
OVERELABORATE-overelaborate adj. Excessively elaborate.
overelaborate v. To elaborate excessively; to go into too much detail.
over-elaborate adj. Alternative form of overelaborate.
PREPARATIVELY-preparatively adv. By way of preparation.
REBARBATIVELY-rebarbatively adv. In a rebarbative manner.
TRANSVERSALLY-transversally adv. In a transverse manner.
transversally adv. In regard to a transversal.
UNTRAVERSABLE-untraversable adj. That cannot be traversed.
VENTROLATERAL-ventrolateral adj. (anatomy) Both ventral and lateral.
VERNACULARISE-vernacularise v. Alternative form of vernacularize.
VERNACULARISM-vernacularism n. A vernacular idiom.
vernacularism n. The belief that texts should be published in the vernacular.
VERNACULARIST-vernacularist n. A supporter of vernacularism.
VERNACULARITY-vernacularity n. The quality of being vernacular.
VERNACULARIZE-vernacularize v. (transitive) To make vernacular.
VIBRACULARIUM-Sorry, definition not available.

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