20-letter words containing a, h, e

  • (god) save the mark! — an exclamation of humorous astonishment, irony, contempt, etc.
  • (whole) new ballgame — a situation changed so drastically as to need new approaches or solutions
  • a bolt from the blue — a sudden, unexpected, and usually unwelcome event
  • a drop in the bucket — an amount very small in relation to what is needed or desired
  • a fight to the death — If you refer to a fight or contest as a fight to the death, you are emphasizing that it will not stop until the death or total victory of one of the opponents.
  • a nail in the coffin — If you say that one thing is a nail in the coffin of another thing, you mean that it will help bring about its end or failure.
  • a safe pair of hands — If you say that someone is or has a safe pair of hands, you mean that they are reliable and will not make any serious mistakes.
  • a shoulder to cry on — If someone offers you a shoulder to cry on or is a shoulder to cry on, they listen sympathetically as you talk about your troubles.
  • a trick of the light — If you say that something is a trick of the light, you mean that what you are seeing is an effect caused by the way that the light falls on things, and does not really exist in the way that it appears.
  • abreast of the times — up-to-date, as in ideas, fashions, etc.; modern
  • absent without leave — absent from duty without official permission but with no intention of deserting
  • accessory chromosome — B chromosome.
  • acetylcholinesterase — an enzyme in nerve cells that is responsible for the destruction of acetylcholine and thus for switching off excitation of the nerve
  • acetylmethylcarbinol — acetoin.
  • achievement quotient — a measure of ability derived by dividing an individual's achievement age by his actual age
  • acts of the apostles — the fifth book of the New Testament, describing the development of the early Church from Christ's ascension into heaven to Paul's sojourn at Rome
  • admiral of the fleet — an officer of the highest rank in the Royal Navy, equivalent to field marshal
  • adrenocorticotrophic — stimulating the adrenal cortex
  • adrenocorticotrophin — (hormone) adrenocorticotropic hormone.
  • africanized honeybee — killer bee.
  • after the fashion of — like; similar to
  • after-hours drinking — drinking in a pub after its legal closing time
  • alfred hermann fried — Alfred Hermann [al-frid hur-muh n;; German ahl-freyt her-mahn] /ˈæl frɪd ˈhɜr mən;; German ˈɑl freɪt ˈhɛr mɑn/ (Show IPA), 1864–1921, Austrian writer and journalist: Nobel Peace Prize 1911.
  • algorithmic language — ALGOL 60
  • alkaline earth metal — any of the divalent electropositive metals beryllium, magnesium, calcium, strontium, barium, and radium, belonging to group 2A of the periodic table
  • alkaline phosphatase — a phosphatase active in an alkaline medium.
  • alkaline-earth metal — any of the group of bivalent metals including barium, radium, strontium, calcium, and, usually, magnesium, the hydroxides of which are alkalis but less soluble than those of the alkali metals.
  • all part of the game — If you say that something is all part of the game, you are telling someone not to be surprised or upset by something, because it is a normal part of the situation that they are in.
  • aluminum borohydride — a volatile liquid, Al(BH 4) 3 , that ignites spontaneously in air and reacts vigorously with water to form hydrogen, used chiefly in organic synthesis.
  • amana church society — a Christian community in Iowa governed by elders, with no ordained clergy: founded in Germany in 1714, in America since 1843
  • ammonium chrome alum — chrome alum (def 1).
  • ammonium thiocyanate — a colorless, crystalline, deliquescent, water-soluble solid, CH 4 N 2 S, used chiefly as a herbicide and as a fixative in textile printing.
  • ammonium thiosulfate — a white, crystalline, water-soluble solid, (NH 4) 2 S 2 O 3 , used chiefly in the manufacture of cleaning compounds for alloys having a tin or lead base.
  • analytical chemistry — a branch of chemistry that deals with the identification of compounds and mixtures (qualitative analysis) or the determination of the proportions of the constituents (quantitative analysis): techniques commonly used are titration, precipitation, spectroscopy, chromatography, etc.
  • anthemius of tralles — c474–c534, Greek mathematician and architect, active in Lydia.
  • anticrepuscular arch — antitwilight arch.
  • antidisestablishment — Opposed to the separation of church and state.
  • antidiuretic hormone — vasopressin. Abbreviation: ADH.
  • antimony oxychloride — a white, water-insoluble powder, SbOCl, used chiefly in the manufacture of antimony salts.
  • apollonius of rhodes — 3rd century bc, Greek epic poet and head of the Library of Alexandria. His principal work is the four-volume Argonautica
  • apothecaries' weight — a system of weights, formerly used in pharmacy, based on the Troy ounce, which contains 480 grains. 1 grain is equal to 0.065 gram
  • appalachian dulcimer — dulcimer (def 2).
  • arches national park — a national park in E Utah: natural arch formations. 114 sq. mi. (295 sq. km).
  • archiepiscopal cross — patriarchal cross.
  • architectural bronze — a brass alloy of about 57 percent copper, 41 percent zinc, and 2 percent lead.
  • armchair quarterback — a person who is not a quarterback (or general, etc.), but offers opinions and criticism on the performance or decisions of those who are
  • as right as a trivet — in perfect health
  • as straight as a die — perfectly honest
  • aschheim-zondek test — a test used to detect whether a woman is pregnant by noting the effect on the ovaries of an immature mouse or rabbit injected with her urine.
  • asleep at the switch — a slender, flexible shoot, rod, etc., used especially in whipping or disciplining.

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