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There are 12 eight-letter words containing A, E, M, N, O and Z

ARMOZEEN-armozeen n. A thick plain silk, generally black, used for clerical garments.
ARMOZINE-armozine n. Alternative form of armozeen.
EMBLAZON-emblazon v. (transitive) To adorn with prominent markings.
emblazon v. (transitive) To inscribe upon.
emblazon v. (transitive, heraldry) To draw (a coat of arms).
MANZELLO-manzello n. (music) A modified saxello, with an upturned bell.
MENAZONS-Sorry, definition not available.
MESOZOAN-mesozoan n. Any worm-like, marine parasite of the phylum Mesozoa.
METAZOAN-metazoan n. (zoology) Any animal that undergoes development from an embryo stage with three tissue layers, namely.
metazoan n. (zoology) Any animal that is multicellular.
metazoan adj. Having to do with animals that develop from an embryo with three tissue layers.
METAZOON-metazoon n. (zoology) One of the Metazoa.
MONAZITE-monazite n. (mineralogy) any of a range of reddish-brown minerals that are mixed phosphates of the lighter rare earth.
NOMADIZE-nomadize v. (intransitive) To lead the life of a nomad; to wander with flocks and herds for the sake of finding pasturage.
ROMANIZE-romanize v. (transitive) to put letters or words written in another writing system into the Latin (Roman) alphabet.
romanize v. (transitive, historical, usually capitalized) to bring under the authority or influence of Rome.
romanize v. (transitive, intransitive, usually capitalized) to make Roman in character or style.
WOMANIZE-womanize v. (intransitive, said of a man) To flirt with and/or seduce, or attempt to seduce, women, especially lecherously.
womanize v. (transitive, usually figuratively) To turn into a woman; to feminize.

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