13-letter words containing a, b, s, e, n, t

  • abbreviations — a shortened or contracted form of a word or phrase, used to represent the whole, as Dr. for Doctor, U.S. for United States, lb. for pound.
  • abnormalities — an abnormal condition, state, or quality; irregularity; deviation.
  • absent-minded — Someone who is absent-minded forgets things or does not pay attention to what they are doing, often because they are thinking about something else.
  • absentee rate — the percentage of people who are absent each day from a school or company
  • absentee vote — a vote cast in advance by a voter who will be unable to go to the polling place on polling day
  • absolute unit — a unit of measurement forming part of the electromagnetic cgs system, such as an abampere or abcoulomb
  • abstentionism — the policy of withholding one's vote or refusing to participate in some other aspect of the political process
  • abstentionist — a person who practises or advocates abstention or abstentionism
  • adaptableness — The state or quality of being adaptable; adaptability.
  • administrable — able to be administered or managed
  • alterableness — The state or quality of being alterable.
  • ambient music — a style of popular music which aims to create a relaxing atmosphere
  • ambient noise — the level of the total noise in an area
  • ambitiousness — having ambition; eagerly desirous of achieving or obtaining success, power, wealth, a specific goal, etc.: ambitious students.
  • analphabetism — the inability to read and write, illiteracy
  • answerability — liable to be asked to give account; responsible: He is answerable to a committee for all his decisions.
  • antiobscenity — opposed to or working to combat obscenity
  • antisubmarine — (of weapons, missiles, etc) designed to combat or destroy submarines
  • arbitrariness — subject to individual will or judgment without restriction; contingent solely upon one's discretion: an arbitrary decision.
  • ascertainable — to find out definitely; learn with certainty or assurance; determine: to ascertain the facts.
  • ascertainably — In a way that can be ascertained.
  • at one's back — behind, esp in support or pursuit
  • at one's best — in one's best mood, form, health, etc.
  • baby snatcher — a person who steals a baby from its pram
  • backbone site — A key Usenet, electronic mail and/or Internet site; one that processes a large amount of third-party traffic, especially if it is the home site of any of the regional coordinators for the Usenet maps. Notable backbone sites as of early 1993 include uunet and the mail machines at Rutgers University, UC Berkeley, DEC's Western Research Laboratories, Ohio State University and the University of Texas. Compare rib site, leaf site.
  • backing store — a computer storage device, usually a disk, that provides additional storage space for information so that it can be accessed and referred to when required and may be copied into the processor if needed
  • bacteriolysin — an antibody which, when it combines with bacterial cells, causes lysis of those cells, thus destroying them
  • balance shaft — a shaft in a vehicle engine that is designed to reduce the amount of vibration from other moving parts as it rotates
  • balance sheet — A balance sheet is a written statement of the amount of money and property that a company or person has, including amounts of money that are owed or are owing. Balance sheet is also used to refer to the general financial state of a company.
  • balance staff — a pivoted axle or shaft on which the balance is mounted.
  • balanced step — any of a series of staircase winders so planned that they are nearly as wide at the inside of the stair as the adjacent fliers.
  • balkan states — the countries of the Balkan Peninsula: the former Yugoslavian Republics, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, Greece, and the European part of Turkey
  • ballet lesson — a class in which ballet is taught
  • band spectrum — a spectrum consisting of a number of bands of closely spaced lines that are associated with emission or absorption of radiation by molecules
  • bang goes sth — If you say bang goes something, you mean that it is now obvious that it cannot succeed or be achieved.
  • banister back — a back of a chair or the like, usually having semicircular spindles between the top rail and the cross rail or seat.
  • bank transfer — a payment between two bank accounts
  • bantamweights — Plural form of bantamweight.
  • baseline cost — the projected cost for an undertaking at the time it is budgeted
  • basement flat — a flat below the ground floor of a building
  • basement-rock — the undifferentiated assemblage of rock (basement rock) underlying the oldest stratified rocks in any region: usually crystalline, metamorphosed, and mostly, but not necessarily, Precambrian in age.
  • basket dinner — a group social gathering, as of church members, to which participants contribute casseroles or other dishes to share.
  • bass clarinet — a clarinet with the lowest range, in the octave below the B-flat clarinet
  • bass trombone — the lower-pitched of the two main types of trombone
  • bass-baritone — a singer or voice in the bass range with baritone qualities
  • bassenthwaite — a lake in NW England, in Cumbria near Keswick. Length: 6 km (4 miles)
  • bastard eigne — the first-born illegitimate son of parents whose second son was legitimate.
  • battlegrounds — Plural form of battleground.
  • be nuts about — to be greatly in love with
  • be upstanding — (in a court of law) a direction to all persons present to rise to their feet before the judge enters or leaves the court

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