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There are 19 thirteen-letter words containing A, C, I, L, O and Q

ACQUISITIONAL-acquisitional adj. Of or relating to acquisition.
COLLIQUATIONS-colliquations n. plural of colliquation.
COLLOQUIALISM-colloquialism n. A colloquial word or phrase; a common spoken expression, often regional.
COLLOQUIALIST-Sorry, definition not available.
COLLOQUIALITY-colloquiality n. (uncountable) The state or condition of being colloquial; colloquialness.
colloquiality n. (countable) A colloquial term, utterance, etc.; a colloquialism.
COLOQUINTIDAS-coloquintidas n. plural of coloquintida.
CONSEQUENTIAL-consequential adj. following as a result.
consequential adj. having significant consequences; of importance.
consequential adj. important or significant.
EQUIMOLECULAR-equimolecular adj. (chemistry) Containing the same number of molecules (of two or more compounds).
EQUINOCTIALLY-equinoctially adv. In an equinoctial manner; relative to the equinox.
EQUIVOCALNESS-equivocalness n. The state of being equivocal; ambiguity.
LIQUEFACTIONS-liquefactions n. plural of liquefaction.
MAGNILOQUENCE-magniloquence n. The quality of being magniloquent; pompous discourse; grandiloquence.
QUADRILOCULAR-quadrilocular adj. Having four cells or compartments.
QUALIFICATION-qualification n. A clause or condition which qualifies something; a modification, a limitation. [from 16th c.].
qualification n. The act or process of qualifying for a position, achievement etc. [from 16th c.].
qualification n. (obsolete) A quality or attribute. [17th-19th c.].
QUALIFICATORS-qualificators n. plural of qualificator.
QUALIFICATORY-qualificatory adj. That serves as qualification.
QUODLIBETICAL-quodlibetical adj. (philosophy) Of or relating to quodlibet; of a question, posed extemporaneously.
UNEQUIVOCABLY-unequivocably adv. In an unequivocable manner.
UNEQUIVOCALLY-unequivocally adv. In an unequivocal or unambiguous manner.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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