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There are 19 six-letter words containing 2F and G

EFFIGY-effigy n. A dummy or other crude representation of a person, group or object that is hated.
effigy n. A likeness of a person.
EFFING-effing adj. (euphemistic, slang) bowdlerization of fucking.
effing adv. (euphemistic, slang) bowdlerization of fucking.
effing v. present participle of eff.
FIFING-fifing v. present participle of fife.
GAFFED-gaffed v. simple past tense and past participle of gaff.
GAFFER-gaffer n. (film) A chief lighting technician for a motion-picture or television production.
gaffer n. A glassblower.
gaffer n. (colloquial) An old man.
GAFFES-gaffes n. plural of gaffe.
GLIFFS-gliffs n. plural of gliff.
GOFFED-Sorry, definition not available.
GOFFER-goffer v. To make wavy; to crimp.
GONIFF-goniff n. Alternative form of gonoph.
GRAFFS-graffs n. plural of graff.
graffs v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of graff.
Graffs p.n. plural of Graff.
GRIFFE-griffe n. (US, dialectal, dated) The offspring of a mulatto (person of mixed black and white ancestry) and a person.
griffe n. (US, dialectal, dated) A mulatto.
GRIFFS-griffs n. plural of griff.
GRUFFS-gruffs v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of gruff.
GRUFFY-Sorry, definition not available.
GUFFAW-guffaw n. A boisterous laugh.
guffaw v. (intransitive) To laugh boisterously.
GUFFIE-Sorry, definition not available.
LOGOFF-logoff n. (computing) The process of logging off.
log off v. To log out.
log off v. (idiomatic) To depart from conversation; to say goodbye.
OFFING-offing n. (nautical) The area of the sea in which a ship can be seen in the distance from land, excluding the parts.
offing n. (nautical) The distance that a ship at sea keeps away from land, often because of navigational dangers.
offing n. (figuratively) The foreseeable future. Chiefly in the phrase in the offing.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.

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