14-letter words containing a, b, o, v, e

  • abdominopelvic — (anatomy) Of or pertaining to the abdomen and (the cavity of) the pelvis.
  • above all else — Above all else is used to emphasize that a particular thing is more important than other things.
  • above reproach — perfect; beyond criticism
  • above the line — a mark or stroke long in proportion to its breadth, made with a pen, pencil, tool, etc., on a surface: a line down the middle of the page.
  • above-the-line — denoting entries printed above the horizontal line on a company's profit-and-loss account separating the entries that show how the profit (or loss) was made from the entries showing how the profit is to be distributed
  • abovementioned — mentioned or written above: The role was sung by the abovementioned Mr. Phillips.
  • absentee voter — a voter who votes in advance because of being unable to go to the polling place.
  • absolute value — the positive real number equal to a given real but disregarding its sign. Written | x |. Where r is positive, | r | = r = | –r |
  • absorptiveness — the quality of being absorptive
  • anti bolshevik — a member of the more radical majority of the Social Democratic Party, 1903–17, advocating immediate and forceful seizure of power by the proletariat. (after 1918) a member of the Russian Communist Party.
  • anti-bolshevik — a person who is opposed to Bolshevism
  • antisubversion — opposed to or acting against subversion
  • aviation badge — wings.
  • aviation-badge — Also called aviation badge. Military Informal. a badge bearing the image of a spread pair of bird's wings with a distinctive center design, awarded to an aircrewman on completion of certain requirements.
  • backflow valve — a valve for preventing flowing liquid, as sewage, from reversing its direction.
  • balloon sleeve — a sleeve fitting tightly from wrist to elbow and becoming fully rounded from elbow to shoulder
  • baseball glove — a padded glove with webbing between the thumb and index finger, worn by baseball players
  • belaya tserkov — city in WC Ukraine: pop. 204,000
  • belvoir castle — a castle in Leicestershire, near Grantham (in Lincolnshire): seat of the Dukes of Rutland; rebuilt by James Wyatt in 1816
  • bioequivalence — the equality of strength, bioavailability, and dosage of various drug products
  • bokhara clover — white melilot.
  • bound variable — (in the functional calculus) a variable occurring in a quantifier and in a sentential function within the scope of the quantifier.
  • boundary value — boundary value analysis
  • break of serve — the act or instance of breaking an opponent's service
  • by the vanload — in very large quantities
  • columbia river — a river in SW Canada and the NW United States, flowing S and W from SE British Columbia through Washington along the boundary between Washington and Oregon and into the Pacific. 1214 miles (1955 km) long.
  • conceivability — capable of being conceived; imaginable.
  • costovertebral — (anatomy) Connecting a rib with the body of a vertebra.
  • developability — to bring out the capabilities or possibilities of; bring to a more advanced or effective state: to develop natural resources; to develop one's musical talent.
  • favourableness — The state or condition of being favourable.
  • free vibration — the vibration of a structure that occurs at its natural frequency, as opposed to a forced vibration
  • global village — the world, especially considered as the home of all nations and peoples living interdependently.
  • governableness — The state of being governable.
  • have bought it — to be killed
  • have sth on sb — If someone has something on you, they have evidence that you have done something wrong or bad. If they have nothing on you, they cannot prove that you have done anything wrong or bad.
  • indiscoverable — not discoverable.
  • interbehaviour — interaction between multiple individuals
  • inviolableness — The quality or state of being inviolable.
  • irremovability — The quality or state of being irremovable.
  • irrevocability — not to be revoked or recalled; unable to be repealed or annulled; unalterable: an irrevocable decree.
  • job evaluation — the analysis of the relationship between jobs in an organization: often used as a basis for a wages structure
  • labor movement — labor unions collectively: The labor movement supported the bill.
  • labour of love — If you do something as a labour of love, you do it because you really want to and not because of any reward you might get for it, even though it involves hard work.
  • local variable — (programming)   A variable with lexical scope, i.e. one which only exists in some particular part of the source code, typically within a block or a function or procedure body. This contrasts with a global variable, which is defined throughout the whole program. Code is easier to understand and modify when the scope of variables is as small as possible because it is easier to see how the variable is set and used. Code containing global variables is harder to modify because its behaviour may depend on and affect other sections of code that refer to that variable.
  • logic variable — (programming)   A variable in a logic programming language which is initially undefined ("unbound") but may get bound to a value or another logic variable during unification of the containing clause with the current goal. The value to which it is bound may contain other variables which may themselves be bound or unbound. For example, when unifying the clause sad(X) :- computer(X, ibmpc). with the goal sad(billgates). the variable X will become bound to the atom "billgates" yielding the new subgoal "computer(billgates, ibmpc)".
  • movable system — a system of solmization which assigns the names re, mi, fa, sol, la to the major scale in any key
  • moveable feast — a religious festival that occurs on a different date each year
  • non-cultivable — capable of being cultivated.
  • non-reservable — to keep back or save for future use, disposal, treatment, etc.
  • nonbehavioural — not related to or concerned with behaviour

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