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There are 15 eight-letter words containing A, B, 3E and R
|BARGEESE||-||bargeese n. plural of bargoose.|
|BEAVERED||-||beavered adj. Covered with, or wearing, a beaver or hat.|
|BEEBREAD||-||beebread n. Bee pollen with added honey and bee secretions, made and stored in brood cells by forager bees, and used.|
bee bread n. Alternative spelling of beebread.
bee-bread n. Alternative spelling of beebread.
|BEERAGES||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|BEHEADER||-||beheader n. One who beheads or decapitates.|
|BEREAVED||-||bereaved adj. having suffered the death of a loved one.|
bereaved v. simple past tense and past participle of bereave.
|BEREAVEN||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|BEREAVER||-||bereaver n. Someone who bereaves.|
|BEREAVES||-||bereaves v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bereave.|
|BEVERAGE||-||beverage n. (chiefly US) A liquid to consume; a drink; such as tea, coffee, liquor, beer, milk, juice, or soft drinks;.|
beverage n. (slang, archaic) (A gift of) drink money.
Beverage p.n. A surname.
|FREEBASE||-||freebase n. (chemistry) The purified, dry form of an amine, especially an alkaloid natural product, that is normally.|
freebase n. (specifically) The purified, dry form of certain illegal drugs, especially cocaine.
freebase v. To purify a drug by crystallization.
|REEFABLE||-||reefable adj. (nautical) Of a sail: capable of being reefed.|
|REELABLE||-||reelable adj. Capable of being wound onto a reel.|
|TENEBRAE||-||Tenebrae p.n. A Christian religious service celebrated by the Western Church on the evening before or early morning.|
|TEREBRAE||-||terebrae n. plural of terebra.|
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