22-letter words containing a, h, e

  • (all) hot and bothered — flustered, excited, etc.
  • a clean bill of health — If a doctor gives you a clean bill of health, they tell you that you are fit and healthy.
  • a frog in one's throat — phlegm on the vocal cords that affects one's speech
  • a lump in one's throat — a tight dry feeling in one's throat, usually caused by great emotion
  • a name to conjure with — If you say that the name of a particular person or organization is a name to conjure with, you mean that that person or organization is very important and influential in the field you are discussing.
  • acoustic spectrography — a technique for analyzing sound by separating it into its component frequencies.
  • adenosine triphosphate — ATP
  • advertisement hoarding — a large flat structure on which advertisements can be posted, especially at the roadside
  • african horse sickness — a fatal infectious disease of horses, mules, and donkeys, which is transmitted by insect vectors. It is caused by an arbovirus and is characterized by pulmonary or cardiac signs
  • against the run of sth — If something happens against the run of play or against the run of events, it is different from what is generally happening in a game or situation.
  • alfred north whiteheadAlfred North, 1861–1947, English philosopher and mathematician, in the U.S. after 1924.
  • alkaline earth element — any of the divalent electropositive metals beryllium, magnesium, calcium, strontium, barium, and radium, belonging to group 2A of the periodic table
  • alpha-naphthylthiourea — ANTU.
  • alternative hypothesis — the hypothesis that given data do not conform with a given null hypothesis: the null hypothesis is accepted only if its probability exceeds a predetermined significance level
  • alternative technology — a form of technology that challenges conventional technology, often being promoted as more in harmony with nature
  • american shorthair cat — one of a breed of medium-sized, muscular shorthaired domestic cats with a broad head and a short, thick coat.
  • anatolian shepherd dog — a large powerfully-built dog of a breed with a large head and a short dense cream or fawn coat, originally used for guarding sheep
  • androcles and the lion — a comedy (1913) by G. B. Shaw.
  • animal rights movement — a group of people who campaign for the rights of animals to be protected from exploitation and abuse by humans
  • annotated bibliography — list of reference works
  • antediluvian patriarch — See under patriarch (def 1).
  • antiestablishmentarian — a person who supports or advocates antiestablishmentarianism.
  • appenzell inner rhoden — a demicanton in NE Switzerland: Catholic. 66 sq. mi. (170 sq. km). Capital: Appenzell.
  • arithmetic progression — a sequence of numbers or quantities, each term of which differs from the succeeding term by a constant amount, such as 3,6,9,12
  • arm's-length agreement — a commercial transaction done in accordance with market values, disregarding any connection such as common ownership of the companies involved
  • armed response vehicle — (in Britain) a police vehicle carrying armed officers who are trained to respond to incidents involving firearms
  • arseniuretted hydrogen — arsine (def 1).
  • articulatory phonetics — the branch of phonetics concerned with the production of speech sounds
  • at the top of the tree — in the highest position of a profession, etc
  • attachment of earnings — (in Britain) a court order requiring an employer to deduct amounts from an employee's wages to pay debts or honour financial obligations
  • autokinetic phenomenon — the apparent movement of a fixed point of light when observed in a darkened room. The effect is produced by small eye movements for which the brain is unable to compensate, having no other reference points
  • axiom of comprehension — (logic)   An axiom schema of set theory which states: if P(x) is a property then {x : P} is a set. I.e. all the things with some property form a set. Acceptance of this axiom leads to Russell's Paradox which is why Zermelo set theory replaces it with a restricted form.
  • bacillus thuringiensis — a bacterium used in genetically altered form in the biological control of budworms, gypsy moth larvae, Japanese beetles, and other insect pests. Abbreviation: B.t.
  • balance sheet equation — A balance sheet equation is a basic accounting equation that states that assets equal liabilities plus equity.
  • bark up the wrong tree — to misdirect one's attention, efforts, etc; be mistaken
  • battle of the atlantic — the struggle for control of the sea routes around the United Kingdom during World War II, esp 1940–43
  • be in a person's shoes — to be in another person's situation
  • be of the opinion that — to believe that
  • be streets ahead of sb — If someone is streets ahead of you, they are much better at something than you are.
  • beats the shit outa me — (exclamation)   (BSOM) "I don't understand it". The last thing you say as you walk out on someone whose system you can't fix.
  • behaviour modification — the use of techniques to change someone's behaviour by reinforcing desired behaviour
  • beltsville small white — a small domestic turkey developed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to fit small ovens when being cooked.
  • better late than never — If you say better late than never when someone has done something, you think they should have done it earlier.
  • black hole of calcutta — a small dungeon in which in 1756 the Nawab of Bengal reputedly confined 146 English prisoners, of whom only 23 survived
  • black-capped chickadee — any of several North American birds of the genus Parus, of the titmouse family, especially P. atricapillus (black-capped chickadee) having the throat and top of the head black.
  • black-scholes equation — a partial differential equation used to estimate the changing value of an option over time
  • bleeding-heart liberal — a person of left-wing or liberal views who is deemed to be excessively soft-hearted
  • block redundancy check — Longitudinal Redundancy Check
  • bosnia and herzegovina — country in SE Europe: it came under Turkish rule in the 15th cent. and under Austro-Hungarian control in 1878: it was part of Yugoslavia (1918-91): 19,741 sq mi (51,129 sq km); pop. 4,366,000; cap. Sarajevo
  • brachiocephalic artery — a major artery, arising from the arch of the aorta, that supplies blood to the right arm and the head.

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