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Huzzah! Astonishingly enough, the English language has no shortage of words with the letter A. You’ll find short words with A like MA, PA, ACT and YAK. There are plenty of longer A words too, including DAZZLE, FRAZZLED, KATZENJAMMERS and NEBUCHADNEZZARS. Try saying that three times fast. This expansive list of words with A is conveniently organized by length and sorted by points, perfect for scoring big in your favorite word game. Read more about words with A

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razzamatazzes
52
razzmatazzes
51
razzamatazz
50
razzmatazz
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pizzazz
46
quizzicalities
46
quizzicality
46
quizzically
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quizzicalness
46
nebuchadnezzars
45
vajazzling
45
nebuchadnezzar
44
objectivization
44
oxyphenbutazone
44
clickjackings
43
zyzzyvas
43
benzodiazepines
42
blackjacking
42
clickjacking
42
dizzymaking
42
katzenjammers
42
schizoaffective
42
vajazzled
42
zyzzyva
42
backprojections
41

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More About Words With A

With rare exception, practically every word in English needs at least one vowel. Given there are only five vowels, not including the “sometimes vowel” Y, there’s a good chance that words with A are going to pop up all the time. In fact, some experts estimate that as much as 10 percent of English words have an A in them. That’s a lot. 

Does this fact AMAZE you? As you meander your way through the alphabet, building up your vocabulary, you’ll learn how to maximize the points you earn through winning plays in your favorite word game. Studying lists of words with A can be useful when writing poetry or song lyrics too. You’ve got words with short A sounds, like ABOUT, CAT and PARKLAND. And then there are words with long A sounds, like REBATE, LAKE, and CONJUGATE. 

For a more specific rundown, read up on words that start with A and words ending in A too. Get your AWESOME ANAGRAMMING ACT together, whether you’re studying in ACADEMIA, reading an ENCYCLOPEDIA or even eating a QUESADILLA.

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