Words containing a, c, k, n, o
6 letter words containing a, c, k, n, o
- acknow — to recognize
- ackton — a quilted garment worn under mail in the 13th and 14th centuries; gambeson.
- cranko — John. 1927–73, British choreographer, born in South Africa: director of the Stuttgart Ballet (1961–73)
- kaonic — of or relating to a kaon
- nocake — Indian maize that is dried and powered into meal
7 letter words containing a, c, k, n, o
- bannock — a round flat unsweetened cake originating in Scotland, made from oatmeal or barley and baked on a griddle
- bantock — Sir Granville. 1868–1946, British composer. His works include the Hebridean Symphony (1915), five ballets, and three operas
- candock — a yellow water lily
- cannock — a town in W central England, in S Staffordshire: Cannock Chase (a public area of heathland, once a royal preserve) is just to the east. Pop: 65 022 (2001)
- conakry — the capital of Guinea, a port on the island of Tombo. Pop: 1 465 000 (2005 est)
8 letter words containing a, c, k, n, o
- acknowne — aware
- antilock — designed to prevent skidding and improve control by sensing and compensating for overbraking
- antirock — opposed to rock music
- backbond — a legal document qualifying the terms of a bond or explaining the purpose for which a bond has been granted
- backbone — Your backbone is the column of small linked bones down the middle of your back.
9 letter words containing a, c, k, n, o
- ankylotic — Of or pertaining to ankylosis.
- anti-lock — designating or of an automotive braking system that prevents the wheels from locking during a sudden stop
- antiknock — a compound, such as lead tetraethyl, added to petrol to reduce knocking in the engine
- antishock — designed to reduce the force of impact
- ayckbourn — Sir Alan. born 1939, English dramatist. His plays include Absurd Person Singular (1973), the trilogy The Norman Conquests (1974), A Chorus of Disapproval (1985), House and Garden (2000), and Private Fears in Public Places (2004)
10 letter words containing a, c, k, n, o
- acknowledg — Obsolete form of acknowledge.
- adirondack — a member of an Algonquian people living mainly north of the St. Lawrence River.
- alpenstock — an early form of ice axe, consisting of a stout stick with an iron tip and sometimes having a pick and adze at the head, formerly used by mountain climbers
- anti-knock — An anti-knock agent helps to stop an engine from knocking, making it function more smoothly.
- antishocks — antishock
11 letter words containing a, c, k, n, o
- acknowledge — If you acknowledge a fact or a situation, you accept or admit that it is true or that it exists.
- acrokinesia — (pathology) Alternative form of acrocinesia.
- alpenstocks — Plural form of alpenstock.
- autokinetic — automatically self-moving
- backcountry — an area far from cities and towns that is thinly populated and largely undeveloped; hinterland
12 letter words containing a, c, k, n, o
- acknowledged — recognized as being true or existing
- acknowledger — to admit to be real or true; recognize the existence, truth, or fact of: to acknowledge one's mistakes.
- acknowledges — to admit to be real or true; recognize the existence, truth, or fact of: to acknowledge one's mistakes.
- appleknocker — Northern U.S. a rustic.
- backboneless — lacking backbone; cowardly
13 letter words containing a, c, k, n, o
- acknowledging — Present participle of acknowledg.
- action-packed — full of activities, events and excitement
- anticlockwise — If something is moving anticlockwise, it is moving in the opposite direction to the direction in which the hands of a clock move.
- apple-knocker — Northern U.S. a rustic.
- backformation — Alternative spelling of back-formation.
14 letter words containing a, c, k, n, o
- acknowledgedly — by general agreement, admittedly
- acknowledgment — An acknowledgment is a statement or action which recognizes that something exists or is true.
- back-and-forth — backward and forward; side to side; to and fro: a back-and-forth shuttling of buses to the stadium; the back-and-forth movement of a clock's pendulum.
- back-formation — the analogical creation of one word from another word that appears to be a derived or inflected form of the first by dropping the apparent affix or by modification.
- backside-front — backend-to.
15 letter words containing a, c, k, n, o
- acknowledgeable — to admit to be real or true; recognize the existence, truth, or fact of: to acknowledge one's mistakes.
- acknowledgeably — in a way that is able to be generally acknowledged or recognized
- acknowledgement — An acknowledgement is a statement or action which recognizes that something exists or is true.
- acknowledgments — a section of text containing an author’s statement acknowledging his or her use of the works of other authors and thanking the people who have helped him or her, usually printed at the front of a book
- blagoveshchensk — a city and port in E Russia, in Siberia on the Amur River. Pop: 222 000 (2005 est)
16 letter words containing a, c, k, n, o
- acknowledgements — Plural form of acknowledgement.
- adiadochokinesia — the inability to perform rapidly alternating muscular movements, as flexion and extension.
- adiadochokinesis — the inability to perform rapidly alternating muscular movements, as flexion and extension.
- around-the-clock — all day and all night
- back-propagation — (Or "backpropagation") A learning algorithm for modifying a feed-forward neural network which minimises a continuous "error function" or "objective function." Back-propagation is a "gradient descent" method of training in that it uses gradient information to modify the network weights to decrease the value of the error function on subsequent tests of the inputs. Other gradient-based methods from numerical analysis can be used to train networks more efficiently. Back-propagation makes use of a mathematical trick when the network is simulated on a digital computer, yielding in just two traversals of the network (once forward, and once back) both the difference between the desired and actual output, and the derivatives of this difference with respect to the connection weights.
17 letter words containing a, c, k, n, o
- bouncebackability — the ability to recover after a setback, esp in sport
- clicks-and-mortar — pertaining to or denoting a company that does business on the Internet and in traditional stores or offices.
- cloud-cuckoo-land — If you say that someone is living in cloud-cuckoo-land, you are criticizing them because they think there are no problems and that things will happen exactly as they want them to, when this is obviously not the case.
- congo-kordofanian — Niger-Kordofanian
- dark-complexioned — (of a person) having a dark complexion
18 letter words containing a, c, k, n, o
- the-dark-continent — Africa: so called, especially during the 19th century, because little was known about it.
19 letter words containing a, c, k, n, o
- angels-on-horseback — a savoury of oysters wrapped in bacon slices and served on toast
- concurrentsmalltalk — (language) A concurrent variant of Smalltalk.
- devils-on-horseback — a savoury of prunes wrapped in bacon slices and served on toast
- knock-down-drag-out — marked by unrelenting violence: a knock-down-drag-out fight.
- leukoencephalopathy — (medicine) Any disease that effects the white matter of the brain.
20 letter words containing a, c, k, n, o
- anti-motion-sickness — combatting the effects of motion sickness
- back-of-the-envelope — (of a plan, calculation, etc) composed or performed quickly and without detailed analysis or research
- keratoconjunctivitis — inflammation of the cornea and conjunctiva.
- neuromusculoskeletal — (medicine) Describing the interactions between nerves, muscles and the skeleton.
21 letter words containing a, c, k, n, o
28 letter words containing a, c, k, n, o
- meter-kilogram-second-ampere — of or relating to the system of units in which the meter, kilogram, second, and ampere are the principal units of length, mass, time, and electric current. Abbreviation: mksa, MKSA.
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