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Definitions of linkage
n. - The act of linking; the state of being linked; also, a system of links. 2
n. - Manner of linking or of being linked; -- said of the union of atoms or radicals in the molecule. 2
n. - A system of straight lines or bars, fastened together by joints, and having certain of their points fixed in a plane. It is used to describe straight lines and curves in the plane. 2

The word "linkage" uses 7 letters: A E G I K L N.

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Words formed by adding one letter before or after linkage (in bold), or to aegikln in any order:
f -   fanglike   s -   linkages   snaglike   t -   gnatlike   w -   weakling  

Shorter words found within linkage:
ae   ag   age   agile   agin   ai   ail   ain   akin   al   ale   algin   alien   align   alike   aline   alkine   an   ane   angel   angle   ani   anil   anile   ankle   egal   eking   el   elain   elan   elk   en   eng   gae   gaen   gain   gal   gale   gan   gane   gel   gen   genial   gie   gien   gin   gink   glean   glen   glia   ilea   ilk   ilka   in   ingle   ink   inkle   ka   kae   kail   kain   kale   kane   kea   keg   ken   kiang   kiln   kin   kina   kine   king   la   lag   lain   lake   laking   lane   lang   lank   lea   leak   lean   leg   lei   lek   li   liane   liang   lie   lien   ligan   like   liken   lin   linage   line   ling   linga   link   na   nae   nag   nail   ne   nil  

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