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There are 11 seven-letter words containing A, E, L, 2R and T
|ALERTER||-||alerter n. One who or that which alerts.|
alerter adj. comparative form of alert: more alert.
|ALTERER||-||alterer n. One who alters.|
|RATTLER||-||rattler n. (chiefly US, informal) A rattlesnake.|
rattler n. A freight train or, (chiefly Britain), a decrepit passenger train.
rattler n. Something which rattles.
|REALTER||-||realter v. (transitive) To alter again.|
|REALTOR||-||realtor n. (Canada, US) A person or business that sells or leases out real estate, acting as an agent for the property.|
|RELATER||-||relater n. Someone who relates or narrates.|
|RELATOR||-||relator n. One who relates, or tells.|
relator n. (law) A private person at whose relation, or in whose behalf, the attorney-general allows an information.
relator n. (mathematics) An expression of the identity element of a group as a product of generators, used in the.
|RETIRAL||-||retiral n. (now chiefly Scotland) Withdrawal, retreat. [from 17th c.].|
retiral n. (now chiefly Scotland) Retirement from employment. [from 19th c.].
|RETRIAL||-||retrial n. (law) A second trial, by the original court, if the original trial was found to be improper or unfair.|
|TRAILER||-||trailer n. Someone who or something that trails.|
trailer n. Part of an object which extends some distance beyond the main body of the object.
trailer n. An unpowered wheeled vehicle, not a caravan or camper, that is towed behind another, and used to carry.
|TRAWLER||-||trawler n. A fishing boat that uses a trawl net or dragnet to catch fish.|
trawler n. A fisherman who uses a trawl net.
* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.
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