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CMNW

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There are 19 nine-letter words containing C, M, N and W

CHARWOMAN-charwoman n. (chiefly Britain) A woman employed to do housework.
char-woman n. Alternative form of charwoman.
CHARWOMEN-charwomen n. plural of charwoman.
char-women n. plural of char-woman.
CLAMPDOWN-clampdown n. A sudden repressive or punitive restriction or control.
CLIMBDOWN-climbdown n. A retreat or withdrawal from an earlier position or opinion; a backdown.
climb down n. (idiomatic, sometimes hyphenated) An abandonment, withdrawal from, or softening of a previously expressed.
climb down v. Used other than as an idiom. To descend by climbing.
CLUBWOMAN-clubwoman n. (dated) A woman who is a member of a club.
CLUBWOMEN-clubwomen n. plural of clubwoman.
COMEDOWNS-comedowns n. plural of comedown.
come-downs n. plural of come-down.
CORNWORMS-cornworms n. plural of cornworm.
DOWNCOMER-downcomer n. A pipe to conduct something downwards.
DOWNCOMES-downcomes n. plural of downcome.
INCHWORMS-inchworms n. plural of inchworm.
MACKINAWS-mackinaws n. plural of mackinaw.
NEWCOMERS-newcomers n. plural of newcomer.
new-comers n. plural of new-comer.
SCRAWMING-Sorry, definition not available.
SCRUMDOWN-Sorry, definition not available.
SWITCHMAN-switchman n. A person who operates railway switches which route trains onto rail tracks.
switchman n. A person whose job is to help in the switching of railcars in a railway yard.
SWITCHMEN-switchmen n. plural of switchman.
UNWELCOME-unwelcome adj. Not welcome.
WELCOMING-welcoming adj. hospitable, accessible and cordial.
welcoming v. present participle of welcome.
welcoming n. An act of giving welcome.

* 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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