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There are 17 nine-letter words containing A, 2C, H, K and T

BACKCHATS-backchats n. plural of backchat.
backchats v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of backchat.
BACKCLOTH-backcloth n. The painted scenery at the back of a stage; the backdrop.
back-cloth n. Alternative spelling of backcloth.
CHAPSTICK-chapstick n. lip balm.
CHATCHKAS-chatchkas n. plural of chatchka.
CHATCHKES-chatchkes n. plural of chatchke.
CHECKMATE-checkmate interj. (chess) Word called out by the victor when making the conclusive move.
checkmate n. The conclusive victory in a game of chess that occurs when an opponent's king is threatened with unavoidable.
checkmate n. (figuratively, by extension) Any losing situation with no escape; utter defeat.
COCKMATCH-cockmatch n. (archaic) A cockfight.
HATCHBACK-hatchback n. A car with a sloping, hinged rear door that opens upwards.
hatchback n. The door itself.
HATCHECKS-hatchecks n. plural of hatcheck.
HEATHCOCK-Heathcock p.n. A surname​.
MATCHLOCK-matchlock n. Early type of firearm, using a smoldering piece of cord to fire the powder in the firing pan.
matchlock n. The gunlock used in such a weapon, having a slow smouldering match, see: slow match.
NOTCHBACK-notchback n. A motor car whose rear window makes an angle with its back segment.
PATCHOCKE-Sorry, definition not available.
SACKCLOTH-sackcloth n. A coarse hessian style of cloth used to make sacks.
sackcloth n. (Usually paired with 'ashes'), garments worn as an act of penance. Now often used figuratively.
SALTCHUCK-saltchuck n. (British Columbia, Washington, Pacific Northwest) Any body of saltwater, especially the ocean.
salt chuck n. Alternative form of saltchuck.
TACMAHACK-tacmahack n. Archaic form of tacamahac.
TOUCHBACK-touchback n. (American football) The result of a play (usually a kickoff or punt) in which the ball passes out the.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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Words in green are found in both the twl06 and the sowpods dictionaries; words in red are only in the sowpods dictionary.

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