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There are 18 eight-letter words containing 2G, L and M

EMULGING-emulging v. present participle of emulge.
GAMBLING-gambling v. present participle of gamble.
gambling n. An activity characterised by a balance between winning and losing that is governed by a mixture of skill.
GEMOLOGY-gemology n. The art and science of gems.
GINGLYMI-ginglymi n. plural of ginglymus.
GLAUMING-glauming v. present participle of glaum.
GLEAMING-gleaming adj. Having a bright sheen.
gleaming n. A flash or reflected light.
gleaming v. present participle of gleam.
GLOAMING-gloaming n. (poetry, Scotland, Britain, Northern England) twilight, as at early morning or (especially) early evening;.
gloaming n. (obsolete) sullenness; melancholy.
GLOMMING-glomming v. present participle of glom.
GLOOMING-glooming v. present participle of gloom.
glooming n. twilight of morning or evening; the gloaming.
glooming n. gloomy behaviour; melancholy.
LEGGISMS-Sorry, definition not available.
LOGOGRAM-logogram n. A character or symbol that represents a word or phrase (e.g. a character of the Chinese writing system).
logogram n. A graphical symbol representing a concept or thing, as in roadside signs; a logo.
MAGALOGS-magalogs n. plural of magalog.
MALGRING-Sorry, definition not available.
MANGLING-mangling v. present participle of mangle.
mangling n. An act in which something is mangled.
MINGLING-mingling v. present participle of mingle.
SMUGGLED-smuggled v. simple past tense and past participle of smuggle.
SMUGGLER-smuggler n. One who smuggles things.
smuggler n. A vessel employed in smuggling.
SMUGGLES-smuggles v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of smuggle.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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