18-letter words containing a, h, e

  • (go) off the rails — (to go) off the proper course
  • (in) the worst way — very much; greatly
  • a barrel of laughs — If an experience is a barrel of laughs, it is very enjoyable. If someone is a barrel of laughs, they are fun to be with.
  • a bird in the hand — A bird in the hand is something that you already have and do not want to risk losing by trying to get something else.
  • a flash in the pan — If you describe an achievement or success as a flash in the pan, you mean that it is unlikely to be repeated and is not an indication of future achievements or success.
  • a foot in the door — an action, appointment, etc, that provides an initial step towards a desired goal, esp one that is not easily attainable
  • a leap in the dark — an action performed without knowledge of the consequences
  • a pain in the arse — In informal English, if you call someone or something a pain or a pain in the neck, you mean that they are very annoying or irritating. Expressions such as a pain in the arse and a pain in the backside in British English, or a pain in the ass and a pain in the butt in American English, are also used, but most people consider them offensive.
  • a place in the sun — If you say that someone has found their place in the sun, you mean that they are in a job or a situation where they will be happy and have everything that they want.
  • 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 shot in the dark — If you describe something someone says or does as a shot in the dark or a stab in the dark, you mean they are guessing that what they say is correct or that what they do will be successful.
  • a slap in the face — If you describe something that someone does as a slap in the face, you mean that it shocks or upsets you because it shows that they do not support you or respect you.
  • a slap on the back — congratulation
  • abd-er-rahman khan — 1830?–1901, amir of Afghanistan 1880–1901.
  • absolute threshold — the minimum intensity of a stimulus at which it can just be perceived
  • acadian flycatcher — a small, greenish tyrant flycatcher (Empidonax virescens) found in deciduous forests of E North America
  • according to hoyle — according to the rules and regulations; in the prescribed, fair, or correct way
  • accounting machine — a machine for performing bookkeeping functions, as arithmetic operations or vertical and horizontal tabulations.
  • acorn risc machine — (processor)   The original name of the Advanced RISC Machine.
  • acoustic phonetics — the branch of phonetics concerned with the acoustic properties of human speech
  • acquired behaviour — the behaviour of an organism resulting from the effects of the environment
  • acquired character — a modification of structure or function caused by environmental factors: now generally regarded as not inheritable
  • activated charcoal — a form of carbon having very fine pores: used chiefly for adsorbing gases or solutes, as in various filter systems for purification, deodorization, and decolorization.
  • addressing machine — a printer that prints addresses directly on to letters, labels, and envelopes
  • adenosylmethionine — (biochemistry) An adenosyl derivative of methionine that is a common co-substrate involved in transmethylation.
  • admirable crichton — a comedy (1902) by Sir James M. Barrie.
  • aerial photography — Aerial photography is the process of taking photographs of an area from above, for example from an airplane or mast.
  • aeronautical chart — a topographic map of an area of the earth's surface, designed as an aid to aircraft navigation
  • aerothermodynamics — the study of the exchange of heat between solids and gases, esp of the heating effect on aircraft flying through the air at very high speeds
  • aesthetic distance — a degree of detachment from or nonidentification with the characters or circumstances of a work of art, permitting the formation of judgments based on aesthetic rather than extra-aesthetic criteria.
  • ahead of the curve — People, products or ideas that are ahead of the curve are more advanced or modern than others of their kind.
  • ahead of your time — If someone is ahead of their time or before their time, they have new ideas a long time before other people start to think in the same way.
  • alaska-hawaii time — the civil time officially adopted for a country or region, usually the civil time of some specific meridian lying within the region. The standard time zones in the U.S. (Atlantic time, Eastern time, Central time, Mountain time, Pacific time, Yukon time, Alaska-Hawaii time, and Bering time) use the civil times of the 60th, 75th, 90th, 105th, 120th, 135th, 150th, and 165th meridians respectively, the difference of time between one zone and the next being exactly one hour.
  • albrecht waldstein — Albrecht von [German ahl-brekht fuh n] /German ˈɑl brɛxt fən/ (Show IPA), Wallenstein, Albrecht Wenzel Eusebius von.
  • alcohol dependence — alcoholism.
  • alexander hamiltonAlexander, 1757–1804, American statesman and writer on government: the first Secretary of the Treasury 1789–97; mortally wounded by Aaron Burr in a duel.
  • all along the line — at every stage in a series
  • all over the place — If something is happening all over the place, it is happening in many different places.
  • all the better for — improved as a result of
  • all the king's men — a novel (1946) by Robert Penn Warren.
  • all the same to me — If you say 'It's all the same to me', you mean that you do not care which of several things happens or is chosen.
  • allegheny barberry — a shrub, Berberis canadensis, of North America, resembling the common barberry of Europe, but having leaves with grayish undersides.
  • along the lines of — similar to
  • alternate straight — a hand consisting of five cards following one another by two in order of denomination, as a five, seven, nine, jack, and king, being of special value in certain games.
  • alternative school — any public or private school having a special curriculum, especially an elementary or secondary school offering a more flexible program of study than a traditional school.
  • alumina trihydrate — a crystalline, water-insoluble powder, Al(OH) 3 or Al 2 O 3 ⋅3H 2 O, obtained chiefly from bauxite: used in the manufacture of glass, ceramics, and printing inks, in dyeing, and in medicine as an antacid and in the treatment of ulcers.
  • aluminium sulphate — a white crystalline salt used in the paper, textile, and dyeing industries and in the purification of water. Formula: Al2(SO4)3
  • aluminum hydroxide — a white powder, Al(OH)3, obtained from bauxite and used to make glass, paper, etc. and in antacids
  • american chameleon — anole: lizards of this type (family Iguanidae) are incorrectly called “chameleons”
  • american cockroach — a large, reddish-brown cockroach, Periplaneta americana, found originally in the southern U.S. but now widely distributed.

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