11-letter words containing a, l

  • acaulescent — having no visible stem or a very short one
  • accelerando — (to be performed) with increasing speed
  • accelerants — Plural form of accelerant.
  • accelerated — Simple past tense and past participle of accelerate.
  • accelerates — Third-person singular simple present indicative form of accelerate.
  • accelerator — The accelerator in a car or other vehicle is the pedal which you press with your foot in order to make the vehicle go faster.
  • accentually — of or relating to accent or stress.
  • acceptingly — in an accepting manner
  • access land — (in England and Wales) areas of the countryside which are open to the public
  • accessional — (rare) Pertaining to accession; additional - Sir T. Browne.
  • accessorial — of or like an accessory; supplementary
  • accidentals — Plural form of accidental.
  • acclamation — Acclamation is a noisy or enthusiastic expression of approval for someone or something.
  • acclamatory — a loud shout or other demonstration of welcome, goodwill, or approval.
  • acclimating — Present participle of acclimate.
  • acclimation — The process of becoming, or the state of being, acclimated, or habituated to a new climate; acclimatization.
  • acclimatise — Standard spelling of from=Non-Oxford British spelling.
  • acclimatize — When you acclimatize or are acclimatized to a new situation, place, or climate, you become used to it.
  • acclivities — Plural form of acclivity.
  • acclivitous — an upward slope, as of ground; an ascent (opposed to declivity).
  • accomplices — Plural form of accomplice.
  • accomptable — accountable
  • accordantly — agreeing; conforming; harmonious.
  • accordingly — You use accordingly to introduce a fact or situation which is a result or consequence of something that you have just referred to.
  • accountable — If you are accountable to someone for something that you do, you are responsible for it and must be prepared to justify your actions to that person.
  • accountably — subject to the obligation to report, explain, or justify something; responsible; answerable.
  • acculturate — (of a cultural or social group) to assimilate the cultural traits of another group
  • acculturize — to cause (a nation, tribe, or other ethnic group) to adopt the culture of another people.
  • accumulated — to gather or collect, often in gradual degrees; heap up: to accumulate wealth.
  • accumulates — Third-person singular simple present indicative form of accumulate.
  • accumulatio — (rhetoric) A forceful summarisation of previously made points.
  • accumulator — a rechargeable device for storing electrical energy in the form of chemical energy, consisting of one or more separate secondary cells
  • accusatival — of the accusative case
  • acerbically — in an acerbic manner
  • acetabulums — Plural form of acetabulum.
  • acetanilide — a white crystalline powder used in the manufacture of dyes and rubber, as an analgesic in medicine, and as a precursor in penicillin manufacture. Formula: C6H5NHCOCH3
  • acetylating — Present participle of acetylate.
  • acetylation — to introduce one or more acetyl groups into (a compound).
  • acetylative — introducing an acetyl group into a chemical compound
  • achlamydate — not chlamydate; having neither mantle nor pallium.
  • acid reflux — the regurgitation of stomach acid into the oesophagus, causing heartburn
  • acid-loving — (of a plant) requiring a pH of 4.5 to 5.5 for optimal growth.
  • acidophilic — easily stained with acid dyes
  • acidophilus — a lactic-acid-producing bacterium primarily found in live yoghurt, useful in restoring bacterial balance in the intestine
  • acidulating — Present participle of acidulate.
  • acidulation — to make somewhat acid.
  • acidulously — In a acidulous manner; in a mildly sour or acid way.
  • acknowledge — If you acknowledge a fact or a situation, you accept or admit that it is true or that it exists.
  • acoelomates — Plural form of acoelomate.
  • acorn clock — a mantel clock of the first half of the 19th century, having the upper part of the case shaped with a double ogee curve to resemble an acorn.
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