23-letter words containing a, h, e

  • a pleasure/the pleasure — If you meet someone for the first time, you can say, as a way of being polite, that it is a pleasure to meet them. You can also ask for the pleasure of someone's company as a polite and formal way of inviting them somewhere.
  • acquired characteristic — a characteristic of an organism that results from increased use or disuse of an organ or the effects of the environment and cannot be inherited
  • actual cash value basis — Actual cash value basis is a method of valuing insured property that is calculated by subtracting depreciation from the replacement cost.
  • adenosine monophosphate — AMP
  • advanced skills teacher — a teacher who has achieved high standards of classroom practice and success and who, after passing a national assessment, is paid to share his or her skills and experience with other teachers
  • all his geese are swans — he constantly exaggerates the importance of a person or thing
  • all sweetness and light — If you say that a relationship or situation is not all sweetness and light, you mean that it is not as pleasant as it appears to be.
  • alpes-de-haute provence — a department in SE France. 2698 sq. mi. (6990 sq. km). Capital: Digne.
  • alpes-de-haute-provence — a department of SE France in Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur region. Capital: Digne. Pop: 144 508 (2003 est). Area: 6988 sq km (2725 sq miles)
  • alpha-ketoglutaric acid — a dibasic keto acid, C 5 H 6 O 5 , that occurs as an intermediate in the Krebs' cycle and in protein metabolism.
  • american stock exchange — the second largest stock exchange in the U.S., located in New York City. Abbreviation: ASE, A.S.E.
  • any amount of something — If you say that there is any amount of something, there is a lot of it. If you say that there are any amount of people or things, there are many people or things.
  • appenzell ausser rhoden — a demicanton in NE Switzerland: Protestant. 94 sq. mi. (245 sq. km). Capital: Herisau.
  • archaeomagnetism dating — the dating of archaeological specimens by determination of the magnetic alignment of objects containing ferromagnetic materials, as baked clay pots, within undisturbed archaeological sites.
  • arthur jeffrey dempsterArthur Jeffrey, 1886–1950, U.S. physicist.
  • ashton-tate corporation — (company)   The original vendor of dBASE and joint developers of EEMS. Ashton-Tate was founded by Charles Tate and Ashton was his pet parrot's name. The parrot lived in the lobby of the company's LA headquarters. In the early 1990s Ashton-Tate was taken over by Borland International, Inc., who later became Borland Software Corporation.
  • at each other's throats — If two people or groups are at each other's throats, they are quarrelling or fighting violently with each other.
  • at the beck and call of — at the service of; obedient to the wishes of
  • at the mercy of someone — If one person or thing is at the mercy of another, the first person or thing is in a situation where they cannot prevent themselves being harmed or affected by the second.
  • atanasoff, john vincent — John Vincent Atanasoff
  • atmospheric electricity — static electricity produced by charged particles in the atmosphere.
  • atmospheric perspective — a technique of rendering depth or distance in painting by modifying the tone or hue and distinctness of objects perceived as receding from the picture plane, especially by reducing distinctive local colors and contrasts of light and dark to a uniform light bluish-gray color.
  • atomic energy authority — (in Britain) a government body established in 1954 to control research and development in atomic energy
  • australopithecus boisei — an extinct species of very rugged, large-toothed bipedal hominid, formerly known as Zinjanthropus boisei, that lived in eastern Africa one to two million years ago.
  • autoerotic asphyxiation — asphyxia caused by intentionally strangling oneself while masturbating in order to intensify the orgasm through reduced oxygen flow to the brain.
  • bachelor of arts degree — a degree conferred on a person who has successfully completed his or her undergraduate studies, usually in a branch of the liberal arts or humanities
  • batten down the hatches — to use battens in nailing a tarpaulin over a hatch on a ship to make it secure
  • battered child syndrome — the array of physical injuries exhibited by young children who have been beaten repeatedly or otherwise abused by their parents or guardians.
  • be left holding the bag — If you are left holding the bag, you are put in a situation where you are responsible for something, often in an unfair way because other people fail or refuse to take responsibility for it.
  • be the making of sb/sth — If something is the making of a person or thing, it is the reason that they become successful or become very much better than they used to be.
  • bellefontaine neighbors — a city in E Missouri.
  • bite someone's head off — If someone speaks or replies to you angrily, and you think they are being unfair or reacting too strongly, you can say that they bite your head off.
  • black-throated whipbird — an Australian whipbird, Psophodes nigrogularis
  • branch coverage testing — (programming)   A test method which aims to ensure that each possible branch from each decision point (e.g. "if" statement) is executed at least once, thus ensuring that all reachable code is executed.
  • brinell hardness number — a measure of the hardness of a material obtained by pressing a hard steel ball into its surface; it is expressed as the ratio of the load on the ball in kilograms to the area of the depression made by the ball in square millimetres
  • but then/but then again — You use but then or but then again before a remark which slightly contradicts what you have just said.
  • cachoeiro do itapemirim — a city in SE Brazil.
  • calcium channel blocker — any drug that prevents the influx of calcium ions into cardiac and smooth muscle: used to treat high blood pressure and angina
  • capitalize on something — to use something to one's own advantage or profit
  • casemaking clothes moth — any of several small moths of the family Tineidae, the larvae of which feed on wool, fur, etc., especially Tinea pellionella (casemaking clothes moth)
  • cast in someone's teeth — (in most vertebrates) one of the hard bodies or processes usually attached in a row to each jaw, serving for the prehension and mastication of food, as weapons of attack or defense, etc., and in mammals typically composed chiefly of dentin surrounding a sensitive pulp and covered on the crown with enamel.
  • catch someone off guard — If someone catches you off guard, they surprise you by doing something you do not expect. If something catches you off guard, it surprises you by happening when you are not expecting it.
  • catherine of alexandriaSaint, a.d. c310, Christian martyr.
  • cauchy integral formula — a theorem that gives an expression in terms of an integral for the value of an analytic function at any point inside a simple closed curve of finite length in a domain.
  • cauchy integral theorem — the theorem that the integral of an analytic function about a closed curve of finite length in a finite, simply connected domain is zero.
  • caught in the crossfire — If you are caught in the crossfire, you become involved in an unpleasant situation in which people are arguing with each other, although you do not want to be involved or say which person you agree with.
  • character assassination — A character assassination is a deliberate attempt to destroy someone's reputation, especially by criticizing them in an unfair and dishonest way when they are not present.
  • characteristic equation — Mathematics. the characteristic polynomial of a given matrix, equated to zero. Also called auxiliary equation. an equation with one variable and equated to zero, which is derived from a given linear differential equation and in which the coefficient and power of the variable in each term correspond to the coefficient and order of a derivative in the original equation.
  • characteristic function — a function that assigns the value 1 to the members of a given set and the value 0 to its nonmembers
  • characteristic velocity — a measure of the effectiveness with which the combustion in a rocket engine produces high temperature and pressure, equal to the exhaust velocity divided by the thrust coefficient.

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