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There are 17 nine-letter words containing A, D, K, R, S and T

DARKLIEST-darkliest adv. (literary, dated) superlative form of darkly: most darkly.
DEMARKETS-demarkets v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of demarket.
HARDTACKS-hardtacks n. plural of hardtack.
hard tacks n. plural of hard tack.
KREASOTED-kreasoted v. simple past tense and past participle of kreasote.
REDSTREAK-redstreak n. A kind of apple with the skin streaked with red and yellow, a favourite English cider apple.
redstreak n. Cider pressed from redstreak apples.
RESTACKED-restacked v. simple past tense and past participle of restack.
RICKSTAND-rickstand n. A flooring or framework on which a rick is made.
SIDETRACK-sidetrack n. (rail transport) A second, relatively short length of track just to the side of a railroad track, joined.
sidetrack n. (sometimes) Any auxiliary railroad track, as differentiated from a siding, that runs adjacent to the main.
sidetrack n. (mining) A smaller tunnel or well drilled as an auxiliary off a main tunnel or well.
STACKYARD-stackyard n. A farmyard in which stacks of hay etc. are stored.
STARKENED-starkened v. simple past tense and past participle of starken.
STINKARDS-stinkards n. plural of stinkard.
STOCKYARD-stockyard n. (US) An enclosed yard, with pens, sheds etc. or stables, where livestock is kept temporarily before being.
TALUKDARS-talukdars n. plural of talukdar.
TIDEMARKS-tidemarks n. plural of tidemark.
TRACKPADS-trackpads n. plural of trackpad.
TRACKSIDE-trackside adj. Located to the side of a track, especially a racetrack or set of railroad tracks.
trackside n. The area that borders a track.
YARDSTICK-yardstick n. A measuring rod thirty-six inches long.
yardstick n. (figuratively) A standard to which other measurements or comparisons are judged.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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