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There are 15 nine-letter words containing A, D, G, H, I and T

DAYLIGHTS-daylights n. plural of daylight.
daylights n. (slang, chiefly boxing) Eyes.
daylights n. mental soundness, wits, consciousness.
DEADLIGHT-deadlight n. (nautical) A strong (often wooden) shutter fitted over a porthole, that can be closed in bad weather to.
deadlight n. (nautical) A deck prism, a device to allow light into the cabin of boat through the deck.
deadlight n. (figuratively) An eyelid.
DETACHING-detaching v. present participle of detach.
GIANTHOOD-gianthood n. The state of being a giant.
GILTHEADS-giltheads n. plural of gilthead.
GLIDEPATH-glidepath n. Alternative form of glide path.
glide path n. The path of an aircraft as it lands under low power; especially, such a path advised to a pilot by radar.
glide path n. (economics, by extension) The pattern of systematic withdrawal of money from a retirement portfolio.
HAGADISTS-Sorry, definition not available.
HAGGADIST-Sorry, definition not available.
HEADLIGHT-headlight n. A bright light, with a lens and reflector, on the front of a motor vehicle (or originally a train), designed.
headlight n. (US, slang, vulgar, chiefly in the plural) A woman's breast.
headlight n. (Canada, slang, vulgar, chiefly in the plural) A woman's erect nipples, partially masked by clothing.
HYDRATING-hydrating v. present participle of hydrate.
INDRAUGHT-indraught n. An inward flow of air or water.
indraught n. (obsolete) An opening from the sea into the land; an inlet.
NIGHTWARD-nightward adj. Toward night.
RIGHTWARD-rightward adj. To or from the right.
rightward adv. To or from the right.
THREADING-threading v. present participle of thread.
threading n. The act or process by which something is threaded (in various senses).
threading n. An ancient Eastern method for removing hair by means of a thread, which is rolled over the hair in order.
TIGHTWADS-tightwads n. plural of tightwad.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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