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

  • a good second best — an acceptable alternative
  • a plague on sb/sth — You say a plague on a particular person or thing when you are very irritated by them and do not want to bother with them any more.
  • a slap on the back — congratulation
  • absolute magnitude — the apparent magnitude a given star would have if it were situated at a distance of 10 parsecs (32.6 light years) from the earth
  • adjustable spanner — a tool with adjustable jaws used for turning bolts, etc
  • albert bruce sabinAlbert Bruce, 1906–93, U.S. physician, born in Poland: developed Sabin vaccine.
  • albrecht waldstein — Albrecht von [German ahl-brekht fuh n] /German ˈɑl brɛxt fən/ (Show IPA), Wallenstein, Albrecht Wenzel Eusebius von.
  • anti-establishment — opposed to established authority
  • arbitration clause — a clause in a contract laying down that disputes between the parties should be settled by arbitration
  • asbestos longjohns — (humour)   Notional garments donned by Usenet posters just before emitting a remark they expect will elicit flamage. This is the most common of the asbestos coinages. Also "asbestos underwear", "asbestos overcoat", etc.
  • assignment problem — (mathematics, algorithm)   (Or "linear assignment") Any problem involving minimising the sum of C(a, b) over a set P of pairs (a, b) where a is an element of some set A and b is an element of set B, and C is some function, under constraints such as "each element of A must appear exactly once in P" or similarly for B, or both. For example, the a's could be workers and the b's projects. The problem is "linear" because the "cost function" C() depends only on the particular pairing (a, b) and is independent of all other pairings.
  • astrometric binary — a binary star that can be recognized as such because of its undulating proper motion.
  • at someone's elbow — very close to someone; easy to reach
  • australian doubles — an unusual formation in doubles in which the server's partner is positioned on the same side of the court as the server.
  • bachelor's-buttons — any of various plants of the daisy family with button-like flower heads
  • back in the saddle — at work again
  • back to square one — If you are back to square one, you have to start dealing with something from the beginning again because the way you were dealing with it has failed.
  • ballistic pendulum — a device consisting of a large mass hung from a horizontal bar by two rods, used to measure the velocity of an object, as a bullet, by retaining the object upon impact, its velocity being a function of the displacement of the mass.
  • banded rattlesnake — timber rattlesnake.
  • bankers-acceptance — a draft or bill of exchange that a bank has accepted. Abbreviation: BA. Also called banker's acceptance. Compare acceptance (def 6).
  • baritone saxophone — the second lowest instrument in the family of saxophones
  • basal conglomerate — a conglomerate deposited on an erosion surface and constituting the bottom layer of a stratigraphic series.
  • basement apartment — an apartment below the ground floor of a building
  • basket-handle arch — an arch having a symmetrical form drawn from an odd number of radii in excess of one, which increase in length from the springing toward the center.
  • bats-in-the-belfry — a hairy Eurasian campanulaceous plant, Campanula trachelium, with bell-shaped blue-purple flowers
  • battleground-state — a state of the U.S. in which the Democratic and Republican candidates both have a good chance of winning and that is considered key to the outcome of a presidential election: the swing states of Ohio and Indiana.
  • behaviour patterns — the characteristic ways in which a person or animal acts
  • bells and whistles — additional features or accessories which are nonessential but very attractive
  • benchmark position — a public service job used for comparison with a similar position, such as a position in commerce, for wage settlements
  • bill of quantities — a document drawn up by a quantity surveyor providing details of the prices, dimensions, etc, of the materials required to build a large structure, such as a factory
  • biodiversification — the process by which the diversity of plants or animals develops or is increased within a particular region or group of organisms.
  • bioinstrumentation — the use of instruments, as sensors, to detect and measure certain body functions, as of persons in spaceflight, and transmit the data to a point where it is evaluated
  • biological parents — the biological mother and father of a child
  • black-necked stork — a large Australian stork, Xenorhyncus asiaticus, having a white plumage, dark green back and tail, and red legs
  • blanche of castile — ?1188–1252, queen consort (1223–26) of Louis VIII of France, born in Spain. The mother of Louis IX, she acted as regent during his minority (1226–36) and his absence on a crusade (1248–52)
  • board of elections — a bipartisan board appointed usually by local authorities and charged with control of elections and voting procedure.
  • boole's inequality — the theorem that the probability of several events occurring is less than or equal to the sum of the probabilities of each event occurring.
  • bore the pants off — to bore extremely
  • boston baked beans — haricot beans baked with belly pork and molasses
  • boston brown bread — a dark, sweetened, steamed bread made of cornmeal, rye or wheat flour, etc., and molasses
  • bottle-nosed whale — any of various beaked whales of the family Hyperoodontidae, characterized by a bulbous forehead, especially Hyperoodon ampullatus of the North Atlantic.
  • bounty-fed farmers — farmers who benefit from subsidies
  • breast enhancement — a surgical procedure to increase the size of a woman's breasts
  • breast enlargement — a surgical procedure to increase the size of a woman's breasts
  • breathe one's last — When someone breathes their last, they die.
  • breathing exercise — an exercise intended to promote effective and healthy breathing and breath control
  • broadcasting house — any of a number of buildings in the UK from which the BBC broadcasts or has broadcast
  • building materials — materials such as bricks, cement, timber, etc
  • business education — education for general knowledge of business practices.
  • cabernet sauvignon — a black grape originally grown in the Bordeaux area of France, and now throughout the wine-producing world

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