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There are 14 eight-letter words containing A, B, C, E, K and T

BACKBEAT-backbeat n. (music) The sharp accent on the second and fourth beats of rock music in 4/4 time.
back beat n. Any of the even beats in music, as opposed to the odd downbeats.
BACKBITE-backbite v. To make spiteful slanderous or defamatory statements about someone.
backbite v. (informal) To attack from behind or when out of earshot with spiteful or defamatory remarks.
backbite v. To speak badly of an absent individual.
BACKDATE-backdate v. To give or assign a date to a document that is earlier than the current date, to antedate.
BACKREST-backrest n. The back piece of a chair, used to support the sitter's back.
backrest n. A guide attached to the slide rest of a lathe, and placed in contact with the work to steady it in turning.
BACKSEAT-backseat n. Alternative spelling of back seat.
back seat n. Any of the seats in the rear of a vehicle.
back seat n. (informal) A powerless position.
BACKSETS-backsets v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of backset.
BETHWACK-bethwack v. (transitive) To pelt, thrash, or cudgel soundly.
BLACKEST-blackest adj. superlative form of black: most black.
BOATNECK-boatneck n. A wide, high neckline that follows the curve of the collarbone and ends in points on the shoulder seams.
BRACKETS-brackets n. plural of bracket.
brackets v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bracket.
SEATBACK-seatback n. The usually vertical portion of a chair or similar piece of furniture that supports the back.
SETBACKS-setbacks n. plural of setback.
TIEBACKS-tiebacks n. plural of tieback.
WETBACKS-wetbacks n. plural of wetback; a slur towards persons of Mexican descent in the United States.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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