11-letter words containing a, l

  • -splattered — splashed with the substance specified
  • 8-bit clean — eight-bit clean
  • a class act — If you say that someone such as a sports player or a performer is a class act, you mean that they are very good at what they do.
  • a couple of — a combination of two; a pair of
  • a dead loss — If you say that someone or something is a dead loss, you have a low opinion of them because you think they are completely useless or unsuccessful.
  • a good deal — bargain
  • a l'abandon — carelessly; recklessly.
  • a la vapeur — steamed.
  • a long face — If you have a long face, you look very unhappy or serious.
  • a long shot — If you describe something as a long shot, you mean that it is unlikely to succeed, but is worth trying.
  • a20 handler — (software, storage)   IBM PC memory manager software providing HMA. XMMs usually provide this functionality. Named after the 21st address line (A20), controlling the access to HMA.
  • abandonedly — in an unrestrained manner
  • abbevillian — the period represented by Lower Palaeolithic European sites containing the earliest hand axes, dating from the Mindel glaciation
  • abd-el krim — 1881?–1963, Moroccan chief: leader of the Riff revolts 1921, 1924.
  • abd-el-krim — 1882–1963, Moroccan chief who led revolts against Spain and France, surrendered before their combined forces in 1926, but later formed the North African independence movement
  • abderhalden — Emil [ey-meel] /ˈeɪ mil/ (Show IPA), 1877–1950, Swiss chemist and physiologist.
  • abdominally — of, in, on, or for the abdomen: abdominal wall; abdominal pains.
  • abdullah ii — born 1962, King of Jordan from 1999, son of King Hussein
  • abhominable — abominable.
  • abhorrently — causing repugnance; detestable; loathsome: an abhorrent deed.
  • abiological — not involving living organisms
  • abiotically — in a way that involves the absence of life or the absence of living forms
  • ablactation — the weaning of an infant
  • ablatitious — relating to the surgical removal of an organ, structure, or part
  • able rating — (esp in the Royal Navy) a rating who is qualified to perform certain duties of seamanship
  • able seaman — an ordinary seaman, esp one in the merchant navy, who has been trained in certain skills. Also called: able-bodied seaman
  • able-bodied — An able-bodied person is physically strong and healthy, rather than being weak or having a disability.
  • able-minded — not mentally handicapped
  • ablutionary — a cleansing with water or other liquid, especially as a religious ritual.
  • abney level — a surveying instrument consisting of a spirit level and a sighting tube, used to measure the angle of inclination of a line from the observer to another point
  • abnormalism — a belief that unusual conditions and circumstances are more important as causes of subsequent events than normal conditions
  • abnormality — An abnormality in something, especially in a person's body or behaviour, is an unusual part or feature of it that may be worrying or dangerous.
  • abnormalize — to make abnormal.
  • abolishable — Capable of being abolished. (First attested from the mid 17th century.).
  • abolishment — to do away with; put an end to; annul; make void: to abolish slavery.
  • abolitional — aiming to abolish something, esp slavery
  • aboriginals — Plural form of aboriginal.
  • aboundingly — In an abounding manner; in a manner that abounds; plentifully. (First attested from around (1350 to 1470.)).
  • absolutions — Plural form of absolution.
  • absolutists — the principle or the exercise of complete and unrestricted power in government.
  • absolvitory — Of or pertaining to a dismissal or an acquittal.
  • absorbingly — In an absorbing manner. (First attested in the mid 19th century.).
  • abstinently — in an abstinent manner
  • academicals — traditional academic clothing; cap and gown
  • acadian owl — saw-whet owl
  • acanthology — the study of spines, as in sea urchins or certain spiny-headed worms, particularly as they relate to taxonomic classification.
  • acarologist — a specialist in the study of mites and ticks
  • acarpellous — (of flowers) having no carpels
  • acatalectic — having the necessary number of feet or syllables, esp having a complete final foot
  • acataleptic — not able to be understood or conceived.

On this page, we collect all 11-letter words with A-L. It’s easy to find right word with a certain length. It is the easiest way to find 11-letter word that contains in A-L to use in Scrabble or Crossword puzzles

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