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There are 20 eight-letter words containing A, E, I, P, R and U

APTERIUM-apterium n. (ornithology) An area of bare (featherless) skin on a bird.
EPIDURAL-epidural adj. (anatomy) Situated on or outside the dura mater.
epidural n. (medicine) An injection of anaesthetic into the epidural space of the spine, especially associated with.
EUPATRID-Eupatrid n. (historical) In Ancient Greece, a member of the noble Attic landowning class.
Eupatrid adj. (historical) In Ancient Greece, belonging to the noble Attic landowning class.
EUPHORIA-euphoria n. An excited state of joy; a feeling of intense happiness.
PAINTURE-painture n. (obsolete) The art of painting.
painture n. (obsolete, countable) A painting.
PECULIAR-peculiar adj. Out of the ordinary; odd; curious; unusual.
peculiar adj. Common or usual for a certain place or circumstance; specific or particular.
peculiar adj. (dated) One's own; belonging solely or especially to an individual; not shared or possessed by others.
PERIAGUA-periagua n. a dugout canoe.
periagua n. by extension, any small boat.
PLAGUIER-plaguier adj. comparative form of plaguey: more plaguey.
PLUMERIA-plumeria n. frangipani.
PRATIQUE-pratique n. (nautical) Permission to use a port given to a ship after compliance with a quarantine or on conviction.
pratique n. (obsolete) practice; habits.
PREAUDIT-Sorry, definition not available.
SPIRULAE-Sorry, definition not available.
UMPIRAGE-umpirage n. (law, archaic) The office (or term of office) of an umpire.
UNPAIRED-unpaired adj. not forming one of a pair.
unpaired v. simple past tense and past participle of unpair.
UNPRAISE-Sorry, definition not available.
UNREPAID-unrepaid adj. (of a loan etc.) not yet repaid.
UNREPAIR-unrepair n. An unsound state, as that of a building; dilapidation.
UPRAISED-upraised adj. (nonstandard or archaic) Lifted, raised, held high.
upraised v. simple past tense and past participle of upraise.
UPRAISER-upraiser n. One who upraises something.
UPRAISES-upraises v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of upraise.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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